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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-24

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35-INSTRUCTION

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 24, 1960 —

TUTOR, subjects in mathematics,
chemistry, and physics, elemen-
tary, high school, and college. For
an appt. call LI 2-0513.

STRENGTHEN your child's reading
ability through specialized instruc-
tion this summer. Call Pearl
Burns, VE 7-3675.

TUTORING, University instructor
teaches high school and College,
English, History and Biology. For
an appointment call WE 4-2534.

SPEAK HEBREW. Know Bible, Bar-
Mitzvah, Qualified professional ed-
ucator for study groups., individ-
uals. TO 7-8633.

BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid-
dish. English. Call experienced
teacher WE 4-1793.

40-EMPLOYMENT

50-BUSINESS CARDS

Levi Moving Company

35 years of Courteous and
Efficient Service.

J. Levi-Owner

UN. 4-0708

LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason-
able. Free estimates. UN 4-3339,
VE 5-7453.

ALL REPAIRS, brick, cement, plas-
ter, pointing, porches, chimney.
steps, UN 2-1017.

TILE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO

Call Reeve's
Employment Service

IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
WEEK.
LOOK FOR ME IN
THE YELLOW PAGES

LI 4-5138

ELDERLY widower desires house-
keeper, must be a good cook. UN
4-2420.

DRIVER SALESMAN

For nation wide wholesale food
distribution. Man between 25 to
30 years old. Must have exten-
sive sales background. Perma-
nent position, 5 day a week.

CALL TE 1-7900

ASK FOR
MR. LIGHT

ELEMENTARY teacher, qualified,
for half days, 1-4. Call WE 1-0203.

EXCELLENT - opportunity for
ambitious man who desires a
rewarding and secure career.

Meisner Insurance Agency
16038 West McNichols Rd.
BR 2-0288

EXPERIENCED pantry woman, Jew-
ish cooking experience, for all
year around club. Union pay plus
benefits. MI 6-9010, Mr. Everett.

SECRETARY, 1 girl office, exper-
ienced, Northwest Section, Whole-
sale business, smart, alert, 20 to
to 30 years old. UN 2-0135.

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

,

UN 1-5075

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets, doors, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.

PAINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price. Quick service. 20
years experience. TE 4-5864.

WALL WASHING and Painting, in
and out, reasonable rates, fast
service. TY 8-5642, Bob Kimborough
Jr.

FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN. 4-3547.

DRESSMAKING, all kinds of altera-
tions. Call for appointments eve-
nings. UN 3-8283. 17175 Roselawn.

Steel Landscaping
Co., Architectural
Expert and florist

Flower Arrangements
Designed by Artists
Lawn Construction
Work Guaranteed

23910 W. 7 MILE RD.
At Telegraph
KE 5-4869

PAINTING, plastering, cement work,
and rat walls, all city violations
corrected. TO 6-6673.

A-1 PAINTING, 4 rooms $100, labor
HIGH SCHOOL Senior boy wants
and material. VE 6-8410.
summer employment. Can type or
clerk. Any kind of work. UN ALL WALL WASHING, $5.00 per
1-6668.
room, painting, plastering, carpets
cleaned. Swartz, UN 4-9263.
BOOKKEEPER, experienced, wishes
part-time work, permanent. EL CARPET CLEANING, Vonschrader
7-0444.
method, guaranteed and reason-
able. Call for free estimates. TE
GENERAL house work by the day,
4-7857 - WE 3-1571.
$6.00 and carfare. TO 5-3035.

NURSE will take elderly or con-
valescent in her home for care,
East side. LO 7-5644.



KE. 7-1908

YOUNG GIRL wishes summer work,
typing, filing, and general office
work. UN. 4-1413.

MIDDLE-AGED woman, housekeeper
and plain cook, wants job for
board and room and small wages.
Call Shirley Saslav, TE. 2-8727.

GIRL WITH 2 years of College de-
sires full or part-time employ-
ment. Typing, general office work,
or selling. Call LI. 5-3706.

45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

HAND LAUNDRY and cleaning for
sale, retiring, good business, good
location. 5734 Woodward, TR
2-3593.

DEPARTMENT STORE

For Sale in Mixed neighborhood,
very cheap rent, right party
doesn't need over $5,000 cash to
handle.

Write Box 456

THE JEWISH NEWS

17100 W. 7 MILE ROAD
DETROIT 35, MICHIGAN

FOR RENT, junk shop with upstroke
press. WA 8-4640.

UPHOLSTERING Done Reasonably.
Call KE 5-1020.

EXPERT exterior-interior painting.
For perfection call WE 4-4472,
reasonable rates.

ROOFING

We Stop Any Leak!
5 Year Guarantee

OLD ROOFS MADE
BETTER THAN NEW

SAVE 50%

Commercial - Industrial
Apartments - Residential

No roof too large or to small.

For Free Estimates Call

Salomon
Roof
Spraying
Co.

DI 1-5367

50-BUSINESS CARDS

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE

55-MISCELLANEOUS

Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

ACCORDION 120 Bass, Cost over
$300 will sell $100, including stand,
music, etc. .. . Also V. M. Record
Player, 3 speed, needs repair, only
$10. Satin Feather Comforter,
like new $10. UN 4-7867.

FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.

ENCYCLOPEDIA Britannica, 1959
edition, 24 volumes, $125. Evenings,
DI 1-8010.

ALL CITY
MOVING & STORAGE CO.

Complete Moving Service
No Job Too Large - Too Small
Always Open

55-MISCELLANEOUS

BEST PRICES PAID for men's suits,
topcoats and shoes. TU 3-1872.

57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNITURE

ITALIAN Provincial dining room
suite, 9 piece Fruitwood, original
cost $2,100, leaving town, must
sacrifice, matching drapes, Satur-
day and Sunday 12-5, 3840 West
Outer Drive.

MUST SELL 9 piece dining room
set. $150. Baby crib and dresser-
closet combination. 3 end tables,
1 lamp. Best offer takes. Call UN
1-2393.

Sheltering of Nazis in
Rio de Janeiro Protested

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

RIO de JANEIRO-A protest
against an order by the gover-
nor of the province of Rio
Grande Do Sul, who has com-
manded the arrest of "all for-
eign agents hunting Germans
accused of being war crim-
inals," was lodged with the
federal government here Tues-
day by Dr. Aaron Steinbruch,
member of parliament, who is
also president of the Federation
of Jewish Institutions of Rio de
Janeiro.
The Rio Grande Do Sul order
was issued last week by the
chief executive of that province,
Governor Lionel Brizola. In his
pr o t es t, Dr. Steinbruch re-
quested the federal government
to inquire from Senor Brizola
as to the reason why he has not
ordered the arrest of war
criminals taking refuge in his
province.
Last winter, when Brazil, like
so many other countries, wit-
nessed a wave of swastika-
smearings, it was freely pointed
out that Brazil had become a
haven for ex-Nazis who had
come to this country after the
collapse of the Nazi regime.
These ex-Nazis were blamed for
the anti-Semitic manifestations
in this country.
J. Chenkin, chief of the Rio
Grande Do Sul political police,
declared Tuesday that he has no
reason to believe that "foreign
agents" are hunting for Nazi
war criminals in his province.
Chenkin is the son of Jewish
immigrants.

Joan Goldman Dies

Argentinian UN Delegate Charged
with Pro-Nazism During Last War

I one of the many shifts in Ar-
' gentine politics during the
NEW YORK - Two New World War II period. The Ra-
York dailies, the Forward and mirez regime broke relations
the New York Post, charged in with Germany and Japan and
articles published Tuesday that it was then that Amadeo was
Dr. Mario Amadeo, Argentina's forced out of the Foreign Of-
permanent representative to fice. The Ramirez regime was
the United Nations, was during overthrown in a revolt of mili-

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

World War II, "a trusted col-
laborator of the Sicherheits-
dienst," the Nazi intelligence
service.
Both newspapers cited, in
evidence a statement to that
effect published in an official
United States' State Depart-
ment document, published in
1946.
The Forward printed the ac-
cusation against Dr. Amadeo in
English, on the front page.
Both articles appeared on the
eve of the scheduled meeting of
the United States Security
Council.
The pamphlet was entitled
"Consultation Among the
American Republics with Re-
spect to the Argentine Situa-
tion.
According to the 1946 'publi-
cation, Dr. Amadeo worked with
Juan Carlos Goyeneche, a Nazi
leader in the Argentine during
World War II. Goyeneche trav-
eled through Europe on a diplo-
matic passport and conferred
with Himmler, Von Ribbentrop
and other Nazi and pro-Nazi
leaders to strengthen the cause
of Nazism in the Argentine and
other Latin American countries.
The Yiddish Daily Forward
cited this statement from page
29 of the State Department pub-
lication:
"Thereafter, Goyeneche per-
formed varying services for the
SD, including the furnishing of
political reports which Goyen-
eche received -at the Argentine
embassy in Madrid, by pre-
arrangement for this purpose
with Mario Amadeo of the Ar-
gentine Foreign Office, himself
a trusted collaborator of the SD.
In this connection it will be
recalled that Amadeo resigned
from the Argentine diplomatic
service when relations with
Germany and Japan were sev-
ered, but was promptly rein-
stated after the assumption of
power by Farrell and Peron."
General Edelmiro Farrell was
installed as president in place
of General Pedro Ramirez in

A 33-year-old mother of
three, Mrs. Joan E. Goldman, of
25575 York, Huntington Woods,
died June 22. Services were at
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Mrs. Goldman was a member
of Temple Beth El, Sigma Delta
Tau sorority, National Council
of Jewish Women, Democratic
Institute of Arts.
She leaves her husband, Sey-
LOS ANGELES, (JTA)-The
mour; two sons, Jonathan and
David; a daughter, Martha; her Jewish Funeral Directors of
parents, Dr. .,and Mrs. Emil America, an association of 149
Rothman; and a brother, Wil- members in the United States
and Canada, has adopted a re-
liam A. Rothman,
solution refusing to recognize
a Jewish mortuary any mor-
Los Angeles College Offers as
tuary owned and operated by
Hebrew Courses Next Fall non-Jews.
LOS ANGELES, (JTA)-Of-
Irving Glazband, president of
ficials of Los Angeles City Col- the association, said the pur-
lege announced that, starting

tary officers, who apparently
feared that Ramirez intended
to declare war on the axis. After
Farrell was installed as presi-
dent, Peron emerged as the real
power and later dictator.
A State Department spokes-
man told New York Post that
it would be "difficult" to de-
termine who wrote the 1946
publication.
Similar charges against Ama-
deo and Pablo Pardo, legal ad-
Visor to the Foreign ministry,
were aired in a broadcast in
Buenos Aires by Arturo Mathov,
a member of the opposition
Radical Peoples Party.
"Dr. Amadeo," it was stated
by Mathov, "cannot be our
spokesman at the United Na-
tions, having been himself an
enthusiastic follower of Hit-
ler. There is no justification for
our going to extremes to de-
fend a Nazi murderer. Juridicia-1
dialectics are elastic. If Eich-
mann were to be returned here
by Israel, those elastic interpre-
tations of legalisms might be-
come so complicated that Eich-
mann could be allowed by some
officials to escape justice.
"Argentina is a refuge f or-
hundreds, perhaps 'housands, of.
Nazi criminals who escaped
when the Nazi regime collapsed.
I feel that the entire Eichmann
matter should be referred to- the
International Court of Justice
at The Hague, and not to the
Security Council. The Council
is a ' political body, not a juri-- .
dicial organ."

.

`No Comment' from Amadeo

UNITE D NATIONS, N.Y.
(JTA)-Dr. Amadeo, questioned
by the Jewish Telegraphic Ag-
ency about reports that, in 1946,
the United States Department
of State had identified him in an
official publicatior_ as a war-
time "trusted collaborator of
the Sicherheitdienst," the Nazi
intelligence service, replied:.
"No comment."

Mortuaries Operated by Non-Jews
Barred by Jewish Funeral Directors

pose of the resolution was to
help "preserve and maintain
the finest traditions and cus-
toms of the Jewish funeral
service as recognized and prac-
ticed by those of the Jewish

faith."
The Los Angeles undertaker

said that "certainly we cannot
expect non-Jews to protect our
rituals and our customs." He
added that the board of the as-
next September, courses will
be offered for credit in He- Frieda Hennock Dies sociation would meet this week
in Atlantic City and that furth-
brew.
WASHINGTON, ( J T A ) - er steps would then be taken
Classes will meet five times
Frieda Hennoc k, 55, only to create and develop an edu-
a week.
cational and public 'relations
woman ever
program dealing with the proper
to serve on
Mrs. Gutterman Enters t h e Federa-
rites and rituals for the burial
of Jews.
Real Estate Field -
Com muni
Isabel King Gutterman, a cations C o m
native Detroiter who is affili- mission, diee
Landmanshaft Leader,
ated with many communal or- here Monday.
Charles Usher, Dies
ganizations, has joined the staff
A brilliant
Charles Usher, 77, a promi:"
of the Julian C. Frank Co., New York at
nent member of landsmanshaf-
19507 Livernois.
torney of Jew-
ten groups in Detroit for many
A long-time resident of Hunt- ish faith, she
years, died June 22, in Sinai
ington. Woods; Mrs. Gutterman was appointed
Hospital,
has had much experience in the to the commis-
value of properties and other sion by Presi-
A Detroit resident for 47
important factors in the subur- dent Truman.
years, Mr. Usher lived at .4015
She led the
ban areas.
Leslie. In 1930, he founded the
The wife of Dr. Meyer A. Gut- fight for edu-
Usher Oil Service, and was a -
member, of Downtown Lodge of
terman, a prominent internist, cational tele-

Mrs. Gutterrnan is • affiliated
with the Maimonides Medical
Auxiliary, National Council of
Jewish Women, Sinai Hospital
Women's Guild, City and Coun-
try PTA, Burton School PTA
and the University of Michigan
Alumni Association.

vision. A sup-
porter of Is-
rael and Jew- Frieda Hennock
ish causes, she
is survived by William H.
Simons,* her husband, and a
brother, Jacob W. Hennock, of
Detroit.

Bnai Brith.
• Services were held at Ira
Kaufman Chapel. He leaves his
wife, Hannah; three sons, Dr.
W. K. Usher, Morris and David;
a daughter, Mrs. Reva Geer; a
brother, a sister, 12 grandchil-
dren and a - great grandchild.

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