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December 30, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, December 3 0, 1960 — 18

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

40—EMPLOYMENT

SOUTH F I ELD
24817 MARYLAND

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Tri-level. 5 bedrms. and family
rm., baths, 2-car att. gar.,
family kitch., with built-ins. Full
din. rm., costly carpt., drapes.
Move in cond. Priced to sell.
Mrs. Kessler.

MODERN self-serve market, excel-
lent business. 12540 Dexter.

UN 4-3100 18410 WYOMING

4 months to go on Texaco lease;
4 stalls; 60x60 building about 10
years old. 100 ft. frontage on
Orchard Lake Road in Keego
Harbor.

GAS STATION

GROSS NORTHWEST

OAK PARK

Cloverlawn W. of Coolidge

ELSEA

Nr. Synagogues. 3 bedrm. brick
with den, gas ht. 2 cr. gar. bar-
gain $16,500. Mrs. Katanick.

B. F. CHAMBERLAIN CO

JO 6-3187



MARK TRAIN nr. 7 MI.

TILE

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

UN 1-5 07 5

Gorgeous face brk. Ranch. 2
bedrms., panld. den, full din. rm.,
huge mod. kitch., dishwasher,
disp., 3 ton air cond., costly
carpt., drapes, gas ht., 2-car gar.
Priced for immed. sale. Mr.
Guntzler.

PAINTING and decorating, finest
workmanship, free estimates. Sam .
Fishman. UN. 1-3265.

GROSS NORTHWEST

UN 4-3100 18410 WYOMING

Indiana nr. Curtis
5-4 Brick Income

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

Steel Landscaping Co.

Lawn Construction, Work Guaranteed
BIG SALE
ON ALL EVERGREENS

Sharp cond. completely recond.
f. a. gas ht. alum. storms &
screens. Upper apt. rents $150.
Excell. home & investment.

GENTILE REALTY

23910 W. 7 MILE RD.

AT TELEGRAPH

UN 1-4918

OAK PARK

3 bedrms.. & Den

Kenosha, Face brick,
cr. at-
tach. gar., barbecue firepl. in den,
paneled breakfast corner, modern
kitch., practically new carpeting
& drapes, spotless in & out.
Alum. storms, gas ht. Hard to
please? Then, see this beauty.
As low as $1,500 dn. Barney
Schatz.

KE 8-3530

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

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

DRESSMAKING

All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

GROSS NORTHWEST

UN 4-3100

UN 3-8283
1 71 75 ROSELAWN

18410 WYOMING

Strathmoor 18310

Start the New Year right

this bargain. Nice large 3
bedrm., 2 bath, face brick bung.,
carpets, 21' liv. rm., 2 cr. gar.,
gas ht., porch.

See

Lindsay 18420

Spacious 3 bedrm. brick Col.,
enc. porch, carpets, large kitch-
en, 1st. fl. lay., Rec. Rm., gas
ht., gar.

Warwick 19347

Real beauty, 3 bedrms.. 2 baths;
brick bung., kitch. table space.
Carpets, Rec. rm., gas ht., gar,
spotless cond.

Redfern 19451

$3 7,0 00
BR 3-0100

50—BUSINESS CARDS

24621 COOLIDGE JUST S. OF 10 Ml.

LI 8-1500

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

t.

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

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

PL A S T E R I N G and decorating.
Cement work. TY. 7-5654.

Wilbanks . VE 8-7006

ALTERATIONS, coats, suits, dresses,
reasonable, 13501 Dexter at Davison.
Apt. No. 305. TE 4-1167.

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

CARPENTER, cabinet maker, rough-
and finished work, all types, free
estimates. KE 1-3167,

CHOICE LOT, Northland Gardens
Sub., 8 Mile-Southfield Section.
VE 8-9191.

30-A—INSTRUCTION

BAR-MITZVAH instructions' by ac-
complished teacher. Joshua Shames.
19318 Roselawn. UN 2-0372.

HOME REPAIRS

Prompt Service

Glass

TUTORING by experienced teacher,
all science and math courses. LI
6-8647.

Carpentry

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

Masonry, Etc.

COMPANION or baby sitting, day
or evenings, excellent references,
no over nights. UN 3-8424.

Complete
Modernization Service

Roofing

MIDDLE-AGED widow capable, hon-
est, would like to manage property
in Florida. Write Box 475. The Jew-
ish News, 17100 West Seven. Mile
Road. Detroit 35, Michigan.

40—EMPLOYMENT



S. & C. BLDG. CO .

KE 3-9988

WOMAN as companion ,to elderly
woman, light hodsekeeping. EL
6-8979.

DAY CAMP UNIT HEADS

June 26-August 18. Extensive ex-
perience required. Minimum age
21, college graduate. Salary range
$4004600 per season.

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
DI. 1-4200 - EXTENSION 48.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

FURNITURE: Moving will sacrifice,
dining, living, and bedroom furni-
ture, lamps, tables, Noritake China,
etc. 18516 Kentucky. UN 4-9529.

85—PERSONAL

FOR LADY PENSIONERS

who have poor circulation — take
advantage of under graduate work
rates in Swedish Massage. Ask
for Rita Rubinoff for app't on
Mondays and Fridays. WO 1-3317.
108 Fine Arts Bldg.

86—MONEY WANTED

IVI-ONEY WANTED—Desire $1,000 at
conservative rate. Adequate security
if desired. TO 9-8537.

Indians Cheer
Israel Orchestra

NEW DELHI, (JTA) — This
capital's largest auditorium was
crowded to capacity, the audience
including some of India's most
distinguished personalities, when
the Israel Philharmonic Orches-
tra made its debut here, and
heard itself cheered to the rafters
at the conclusion of the concert.
The Indian press was equally
enthusiastic in its reception of the
Israeli musical aggregation. The
Hindustan Times critic rates the
Israel Philharmonic as "beyond
a doubt among the world's lead-
ing orchestras," praising it highly
for its "passionate technical pro-
ficiency and the richness of its
string section.'! The Times of
India applauds the orchestra's
"flowing melodies," while the
critic for the All-India Radio
called the orchestra "magnifi-
cent." •
The proceeds from the first
concert have been allocated to
the building fund of the Delhi
Music Society. From here, the
Philharmonic went to Bombay,
for two concerts in that city.

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

Sharp 3 bedrm. face brick ranch,
carpeting throughout, all large
rooms, double closets. Nr. 7 Mi.

.

57—FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD

HOUSEKEEPER to cook and stay STEINWAY walnut console, LOuie
nights. Call WE 4-0460.
XV, cost $1,900, will sacrifice. WA
2-1643.

55—MISCELLANEOUS

TURN YOUR OLD suits, topcoats,
and shoes into cash. TU 3-1872.

MAGNIFICENT ranch mink coat,
3 /4-length, originally $3,500. Sacrifice
$550. Call all day Sunday and Mon-
day, weekdays after 6. LI 8-7473.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

ei

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

State Department OKs
Drive to Finance U.S.
Team in Maccabiah

A pledge of cooperation by
the United States State Depart-
ment highlighted the opening of
a campaign to select and fi-
nance a team to represent the
U. S. at the VI Maccabiah
Games in Tel Aviv, Israel, Aug.
29 to Sept. 5.
Kenneth Rabin, program of-
ficer of the American special-
ists branch, Office of Cultural
Exchange for the U. S. State
Department, officially endorsed
this country's participation in
the games.
. A goal of $250,000 to finance
the team's travel, equipment
and lodging was announced,
and expenses were underwrit-
ten for 30 of at least 100 ath-
letes competing in 13 sports to
represent the United States.
Although the United States
Department of State and the
Amateur Athletic Union of the
U. S. have given official en-
dorsement - for participation in
the event, private funds are
necessary for the financing of
the squad.
The estimated cost for each
athlete competing in the Mac-
cabiah is $1,500.00 inclusive of
costs necessary for coaches, su-
pervisory help and equipment.
The Maccabiah Games Com-
mittee hopes to achieve its
$1/4 million goal early next year.

Swastika Smear
Suspects Remain
in Cologne Jail

COLOGNE, (JTA) — Paul Jo-
sef Schoenen, the German youth
who touched off a world-wide
spate of anti-Semiitic incidents
when he desecrated the Cologne
synagogue on Christmas eve in
1959 was still in j21 this week
despite reports that he was re-
leased for lack of evidence on
charges of daubing swastikas and
anti-Jewish inscriptions recently
on buildings here.
Together • with Willi Michael,
another German youth, Schoen-
en was arrested less than two
months after he finished serving
a jail sentence for last year's in-
cident. The examining magistrate
rejected a request that the two
youths be released.
The Cologne prosecution office
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that there was no indica-
tion that the new swastika daub-
ing was part of a plan to cele-
brate the anniversary of last
year's Christmas Eve synagogue
desecration with a second swas-
tika campaign. A spokesman for
the prosecution office said he
thought the timing of the incident
"was merely coincidental."

Justice Ministry Names
Morocco Chief Rabbi,
to Relief of Community

Canada Tightens Law
Against Bias in Housing

OTTAWA, (JTA) — Persons
or corporations discriminating
against lessees or purchasers of
homes financed by the Canadian
Government under the National
Housing Act will be severely
penalized if the discriminations
are based on race, religion,
color or origin, according to
new amendments to the Hous-
ing Act, it was pointed out here
by the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress.
The CJC circulated a copy
of the new amendments to -the
Housing Act. Until now, it was
pointed out, the Housing Act,
in existence since 1954, merely
forbade discrimination without
imposing any specific penalties.
Under the amendments, the law
now provides that a borrower
who violates the anti-bias legis-
lation is barred from receiving
another loan for three years.

Postpone Rabbinate
Elections in Israel
for Another 5 Weeks

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Rabbinical Nominations Board
agreed to a request from a joint
Mapai-National Religious party
delegation to postpone the elec-
tions of Chief Rabbis and a new
Supreme Rabbinate Council
again.
Rabbi Judah Maimon, chairman
of the nominations board, ac-
cepted the plea but cut the time
from the six weeks - asked by the
delegation to five weeks: He des-
ignated Feb. 1 as the latest date
for the much-postponed balloting.
The - bargaining was understood,
however, to be a fdrmality be-
cause it has been learned that the
elections will not be held for- at
least another six months as a
result of interparty maneuverings
on the issue.
At issue is the question of can-
didates for the posts of Ashken-
azic Chief Rabbi, which has been
vacant since the death nearly 18
months ago of Rabbi Isaac Halevi
Herzog, and Sephardic Chief Rab-
bi, now held by Rabbi Yitzhak
Nissim, who is a candidate for
reelection. The Mapai party favors
Rabbi Shlomo Goren, Chief Chap-
lain of the Armed Forces, for the
'post of Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi.

CASABLANCA, (JTA) —The
Moroccan Ministry of Justice has
named Grand Rabbi Chalom Mes-
sas president of the Casablanca
rabbinical court, ending a year-
ion, vacancy caused by the death
of Grand Rabbi Ben Soussan.
The appointment was received
with satisfaction by Moroccan
Jews, particularly in rabbinical
circles because it had been feared
that the vacancy would not be
filled. Grand Rabbi Malka Moise
is vice-president of the rabbinical
court. - •
T- wo of three Jewish candidates
were elected as members of the
Chamber of Commerce and In-
dustry of CaSablanca. The win-
ners were David Azoulay, secre-
tary general of the Casablanca
Jewish committee, and M. Benou-
aich, both members of the Na-
tional Union of Popular Forces.
Meyer Obadiah, president of the
Casablanca Jewish Committee, a Ask Casablanca Council
member of the Isticilal party, was. for Freedom of Mobility
defeated.
CASABLANCA, (JTA) —The
Casablanca Municipal Council has
Auschwitz Camp Chief been urged to act to assure free-
Now in Frankfurt Jail dom of movement in Morocco for
FRANKFURT; (JTA) — Jews who are again confronted
Richard Baer, 49-year-old ex- with passport difficulties.
major in Hitler's SS, the Nazi
Maati Bouabib, president of the
Elit•3 Guard, and last command- council, gave assurance -that seri-
ant of the -infamous Auschwitz ous consideration would be given
extermination camp was trans- to the problem and that every-
ferred to a prison in this city thing possible would be done to
this week from Hamburg where see that Jews were not discrimin-
he was arrested.
ated against.

RAMO

)

BY HENRY LEONARD

Dedicate School
to Henrietta Szold

NEW YORK, (JTA)_ — The
New York Board of Education
dedicated a Lower East Side
public school named for Hen-
rietta Szold, founder of Hadas-
sah, on the occasion of the
100th anniversary of her birth.
Located at East Broadway and
Scammel Street, the four-story
Henrietta Szold School accom-
modates 1,185 pupils.

"Officers of Temple Beth-El, members of the
Temple Board, members of my family, mourners
and any chance worshippers at this Friday night

service . . . "

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