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August 12, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-12

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 12,

19347 INDIANA

....Between Outer Drive and West
Seven Mile Road, brick 2 bed-
room, newly decorated and car-
peted, 13/ car garage, will sac-
rifice, moving out of town. By
Owner. For app't. call

UN 3-3842

BY OWNER, brick bungalow, 3 bed-
rooms, dry basement, 2 car garage,
24311 Ridgedale, Oak Park, LI
4-8516.

OAK PARK

KIPLING-10 MILE

$13,500. Attractive 3 bedroom
ranch, good sized rooms, car-
peting, full basement, extra in-
sulation, excellent condition,
$450 down F.H.A., or assume
4 1 4% mortgage. $80 month. All
conveniences close by.

COMPASS REALTY
UN 4-5750

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

HELMAN WOODS

Beautiful high and dry lot.
Perculation guaranteed. Nearly
an acre. Must be sold. Easy
terms.

ROBT. B.

MATH ERS
LI 8-1717

40 - EMPLOYMENT

50-BUSINESS CARDS

WIDOW, 65, wishes a nice com-
panion to live in. Kitchen privi-
leges, references. BR 3-1242.

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

SECRETARY-Bookkeeper for Syna-
gogue Office. Call for interview.
LI 6-6662.

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

COMPANION to children ages 12
and 9, sleep over. TO 5-8996.

WOMAN to care for 3 children and
live in for 3 weeks. KE 4-8536.

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

UN 1-5075

EXPERIENCED girl, high school
graduate. Desires typing, filing,
baby sitting, etc. UN 1-6891.

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

COMPANION to elderly lady, nurs
ing experience, infant care. WO
3-7642, UN 2-4803.

OFFICE MANAGER, accounts re-
ceivable, payable, pay rolls, per-
sonnel. Honest, reliable, industri-
ous. Let me prove it. KE 3-8835.

FEIUALE companion to middle-aged
woman. DI 1-4591.

TAILORS AND CLEANERS

Levi Moving Company

Ill

health forces sale. Good
area, near shopping. transp.,
Rouge Park. All equipment in-
eluded, men's wear to sell. Rent
low.

20811 WEST CHICAGO

% acre, all utilities in, paved
street; reasonable price, desir-
able location.

FOR SALE, a store full of all kinds
of merchandise, antiques, furni-
ture. tools, and misc. Not able to
take care of. Will sell cheap. TU
3-3670.

INVESTORS
SPECULATORS
BUILDERS
DEVELOPERS

Farmington Township is going
to be the biggest thing in this
area. We have many acreage
parcels - large and small -
that should be of interest to
you. Now is the time. Don't
wait and see your opportunity
go by.

ROBT. B.

MATHERS
LI 8-1717

26-LAKE PROPERTY
FOR SALE

WOODHULL LAKE. Executive's cot-
tage. Year round home, 3 bed-1
rooms, 2 baths, oil furnace, lot
100x150. R. A. Sadow, UN 4-8309.
Evenings.

WOODHULL LAKE

Clean duplex cottage on Lake
front. 6 rooms each. A duplex
you will be proud to own and
live in. Complete with furni-
ture and appliances.

SACRIFICE
KATZ
4570 CLINTON ROAD
OR. 3-4201 or GA. 1-0700

BEAUTI FU L CEDAR HAVEN

Summer home with all modern
conveniences for sale or rent.
In an ideal private resort com-
munity. Swimming pool - club
house included. 11/2 hour driving
time from Detroit. Located on
Lake Huron.

CALL FOR APP'T
JO. 4-6598 or UN. 1-5307

26-A-LAKE PROPERTY
FOR RENT

WOODHULL Lake, modern 5 room
cottage. spacious grounds, fenced,
reasonable. UN 2-3725.

••••••••

30 - A - INSTRUCTION

31 - TRANSPORTATION

DRIVING to Los Angeles, California
in September, will take 2 or 3
people. Share expenses. Refer-
ences exchanged. UN 4-2333, call
after 6.

CALIFORNIA. Girl or woman to
drive and share expenses. Leaving
August 27th. LI 7-2930.

40-EMPLOYMENT

Call Reeve's
Employment Service

35 years of Courteous and
Efficient Service.

J. Levi-Owner

UN. 4-0708

NATHAN DeROVEN. First class
painting and decorating. Work
my s e 1 f. Reasonable. Call LI
4-5213.

BASEMENT DAMP? Clothes dryer
need venting? Call Wolfe, BR
3-4446 - KE 2-7860.

WALL WASHING and Painting, in
and out, reasonable rates, fast
service. TY 8-5642. Bob Kimbor-
CLEANING and laundering store
ough, Jr.
for sale. Good going business
Forced to sell due to illness. 9111 A-1 SKILLED workers want interior-
12th Street.
exterior painting. Gutter, plaster-
ing repair. Guaranteed workman-
ship. References. TY 8-2922.

50 - BUSINESS CARDS

PAINTING and decorating. Inside
and Outside. Work guaranteed.
Free estimates. UN 4-7123, TO
6-6732.

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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

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

Steel Landscaping
Co., Architectural

Expert
Lawn Construction
Work Guaranteed

23910 W. 7 MILE RD.
At Telegraph

KE 8-3530

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-

ter work, no job too big or small.
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

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ROOFING

We Stop Any Leak!

5 Year Guarantee

OLD ROOFS MADE
BETTER THAN NEW

SAVE 50%

Commercial - Industrial
Apartments - Residential

For Free Estimates Call

Salomon
Roof
Spraying
Co.

DI 1-5367

50-BUSINESS CARDS

WILL GIVE contractors painting
prospects for small commission.
UN 1-1595.

55-MISCELLANEOUS

Double door burglar proof safe.
26 inches wide. 33 inches in
height. 3 showcases with lights.
Monarch marking machine.
Men's and Women's window
fixtures. Other items.

CALL TY. 7-4141

AFTER 6
UN. 3-9010

ENGLISH baby carriage. White body
with blue trim. WE 3-2371.

BEST PRICES paid for Men's suits,
topcoats, and shoes. TU 3-1872.

HIGHEST prices paid for men's
suits, topcoats. TO 8-5595.

`Adequate Reparations'
Now Satisfy Argentina

BY ASHER MIBASHAN
JTA Staff Correspondent
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) )-

COOKSEY Employment Agency. For
all your Domestic Help, Male and

Female. Call TO 8-8018.

JERUSALEM-The harvest
of Israel's bumper cotton crop,
which will begin next week,
is expected to satisfy the en-
tire demand for local consump-
tion for the first time since
cotton was experimentally cult-
ivated eight years ago, Ministry
of Agriculture sources predict-
ed Wednesday.
A total of 20,000 acres of
cotton has been planted
throughout the country this
year. Next year's crop is ex-
pected to exceed the 1960
quota and supply enough cot-
ton for the country's textile
export market, in addition to
satisfying the local demand.
Arrangements have been
made to assure an adequate
supply of cotton pickers for
the harvest.

Method of Electing
Councilmen Rapped
by Clovis Ferguson

Clovis C. Ferguson, who was
a runner-up for the nomin-
ation for the Detroit Common
Council at the Primaties, in
a statement addressed to The
Jewish News, pointed out that
the nominees hardly represent
"the people's choice".
A statistician of note, Ferg-
uson, one of the candidates,
showed that the two top men,
who were nominated, received,
respectively, less than 3 per
cent and 2 per cent, respective-
ly, of the registered Detroit
votes. He also showed that
only 33 per cent of the regis-
tered voters cast their ballots.
Ferguson stated that city em-
ployees who endorsed candidates
emerged the victors, and he
added:
"I question the desirability
of the use of voting machines
to record the accurate desires
of voters, since most citizens
are not familiar with the many
mechanical gadgets appearing
before them when they enter
the mechanized booths. Paper
ballots would be more desir-
able and less confusing to
voters.
"What happened to the 120,-
706 votes which did not regis-
ter on the voting machines
for the 42 council candidates
on Aug. 2nd?
"Will the voters of Detroit
continue in their present state
of complacency and permit the
city emyloyees, their families
and their close friends to dic-
tate the nominees to the city's
elective offices?"

Argentine and Israeli spokes-
men agreed that the formal ac-
cord reached here between the
two countries had closed the
Adolf Eichmann incident and
would mark the resumption of
the normal, friendly relations
About 100,000 new cases of
which formerly prevailed.
TB are reported in the United
Angelo Centeno, Argentine States every year, yet TB can
Foreign Under-Secretary, con- be prevented. Get a chest X-ray!
firmed that Argentina regarded
Israel's acknowledgement in
the joint communique that Ar-
gentine rights had been violat-
ed, as the "adequate repara-
tion" which was demanded of
Israel in the Security Council
resolution of June 23. He com-
mented that "world opinion
will judge how Argentina act-
ed in this matter."
A Buenos Aires judge has
ordered an 'investigation into
the kidnapping of Eichmann
here last May. The order was
issued by Federal Judge Leo-
poldo Isurralde on the basis
of a complaint brought by
Eichmann's wife, Vera. Judge
Issuralde ruled that Mrs. Eich-
mann had no legal right to
sue since Eichmann was the
person directly affected.

MOW

I3naic Orit4







Activities

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS LODGE
will hold its annual picnic, Sun-
day at Lola Valley Park. Mem-
bers, friends and relatives are
invited. There will be games,
prizes and refreshments. Is
Malin and Jack Fine are chair-
men of this affair.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will hold its
annual outdoor "Bar-B-Que for
Fund-raising" Tuesday night at
the home of Mrs. Ruth Fogel,
18951 Edinborough. Featured
speaker will be Mrs. Samuel
Gold.
* * *
PHILIP HANDLER CHAP-
TER, will hold a board meeting
at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Sidney Sachs,
18426 Marlowe. Mrs. Sidney
Levine and Mrs. Alex Leder
will deliver a report on the
membership tea held Aug. 4.
The Chapter will hold its first
fall meeting 8:30 p.m. Sept. 1 at
the Hayim Greenberg Center. A
guest speaker, games and refresh-
ments will be featured.

People
Make News

...

LOUIS STERN, of Newark,
has been designated by the
Synagogue Council of America
to represent the J iwisr com-
munity on the Rockefeller
Foundation Commission to
study voluntary health agencies,
it was announced by Rabbi Max
D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy,
Synagogue Council president.
Stern, an investment broker,
has long been active in Jewish
communal and social welfare
activities.
* * *
SUSAN WENDER, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Wender,
16620 Baylis, who attended the
High School Honors Science
Institute at Michigan State Uni-
versity, Lansing, was among 102
outstanding high school stu-
dents from 16 states selected
to attend the Institute, co-spon-
sored by the National Science
Foundation and Michigan State
University.

Italian-Jewish Scholars
Edit Bible . Translation

ROME, (JTA) - A new Ita-
lian translation of the Bible
will soon be published. It is
being edited by a board of
Jewish scholars including
Rome's Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff
and rabbis of other cities.

BY HENRY LEONARD

50-BUSINESS CARDS

ALL CITY
MOVING & STORAGE CO.

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

LI 4-5138

KE. 7-1908

JUNK BUSINESS for sale, building
and bailer included. UN 4-1945.

No roof too large or to small.

HEBREW TEACHER, well qualified
with years of experience. Avail-
able for Bar Mitzvah preparation.
Personal attention. Northwest Sec-
tion UN 3-0602.

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

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

VE 8-7383 until 6 P.M.
UN 2-9009 after 6 P.M.

17-D--ACREAGE FOR SALE

CARPET CLEANING, Vonschrader
method, guaranteed and reason-
able. Call for free estimates. TE
4-7857 - WE 3-1571.

YOUR KITCHEN chairs re-uphol-
stered in U.S. Naugahyde. Free
pick up and delivery. $4.95 per
chair. LO 7-5955.

LEE BAKER DRIVE
SOUTHFIELD

LI 3-3323

TILE

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

Bumper Cotton Crop
Reported in Israel

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

206

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"And after the Rabbi's sermon, to help
reawaken the Congregation, we'll sing psalm
number .•.
1960, ctonard Prittkin

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