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February 03, 1961 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

40-EMPLOYMENT

OUTER . DR. - 7MILE

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Gorgeous 5 bedrm., 2 bath center
entrance Col. 1st offering; Spa-
cious activity rm. and paneled
den, beautiful kitchen, large sep-
arate breakfast rm., gas heat,
carpets and drapes. This home
must be sold! UN 4-4600.

J. WM. KLEM

oct

OAK PARK

Kw.4

3 bedroom home, carpeting, -
• drapes, vanity, garbage disposal,
screened patio, car-port, land-
scaped. cyclone fence, must sacri -
fice. $1,500 down to assume mort-
gage.

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7:3

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10411 SARATOGA
LI 5.6656

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- ST. MARY'S 20077

Near new, large center entrance,
3 bedroom, paneled den, 234
baths, dishwasher, S. & S., air.-
conditioning, carpeting and
drapes. $31,500.

En4

OWNER

O

• BR 3-6648

OAK PARK

E.

Beautiful brick ranch, 11/2 baths,
carpeting, drapes; gas a.c. heat.
Owner must sell.

Stansbury-Pembroke Section. Brick
5 room bungalow, as heat, priced
$12,500. Make offer.

MORRITZ SCHUBINER
WE 3-3282 - TE 4-9650

Lesure nr. 7 Mi, Rd.

Tell .me where you can find an-
other face brick 5 & 5, gas a.c.
Income, like this in this area?
Carpeting, drapes, large kitchens,
tile base, 2 cr. gar. • Oh, yes, it's
only 10 yrs. old & a whale of a
buy. UN 1-4300.

Real Estate
Saleswoman •

-

Warrington - Outer Dr.

w

level lot in beautiful Green-
acres Sub. Street paving, side-
walk & water already paid. Full
price $3,500. •

TYler 6-1003 -

-

Side. Railroad Spur. Two 2-story
storage buildings. • (20x35 and 24x
40.) For information call

50-BUSINESS CARDS

TILE

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

UN 1-5075

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

Steel Landscaping Co.

Lawn Construction, Work Guaranteed
BIG SALE
ON ALL EVERGREENS

23910 W. 7 MILE RD.

GROSS • REALTY

AT TELEGRAPH

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

DRESSMAKING

30-A

-

INSTRUCTION

BAR-MITZir
instructions by ac-
complisher teacher. Joshua Shames.
19318 Roselawn. UN 2-0372.

BAR MITZVAIt, -1Hebzew, , Bible, - Yid-
dish, English. Call experienced
teacher. WE 4-1793.

40-EMPLOYMENT

WANTED:

Director for small children's
camp; experienced, mature, to
take full charge.

WRITE TO MR. SMITH
1530 ST. ANTOINE
DETROIT 26, MICH.

By MILTON FRIEDMAN

(Copyright, 1961, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)

-

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

OWNER
UN 4-7383

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

WASHINGTON - A biparti-
san front has been opened in
Congress by a handful of lib-
PAPER HANGING
15734 W. 7 Mi. Rd. BR. 3-0600
erals eager to fulfill the 1960
WALL WASHING AND PAINTING platform pledges of both parties
WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE
DETROIT REAL ESTATE BOARD
IMMED. SERVICE
to liberalize discriminatory im-
REASONABLE
migration laws.
40 A EMPLOYMENT WANTED
INSURED
President Kennedy's leader-
ship in a battle to revise the
UN. 4-0326
'YOUNG married man desires full or
part-time work. LI 5-8942.
McCarran - Walter Immigration
FATHER. AND Son will work reason-
REFINED lady would like position
able. Use best odorless paint. Free Act is anticipated. White House
as companion. Part or full time.
estimates. Best references. Mr. Edle- aides have promised such ac-
Light 'duties. TO 7-4731.
man. TR 5-2561.
tion. They agree that a first-
BABY SITTER, experienced, reliable, ELECTRICIAN, all electrical work, class•nation cannot afford to
Mumford Graduate. Days or eve-
for free estimates call LI 8-6552.
offer only second-class citizen-
nings, referenceS. UN 2-5578.
GREENBERG'S Building Maintenance ship to naturalized citizens.
LADY WISHES general house. work,
and Repairs. Specialized. Electrical
stay some nights, no small chil-
Appliances, door bells, locksmith, They are aware that we brag
dren, good references, $40 week.
sash cords, window glass, carpentry abroad about American democ-
TY 4-0178. _
work. Reasonable rates. TO 94815.
racy while excluding Asians
WOMAN WISHES days, references. FIRST CLASS Painter. Will work rea- and restricting emergent Afri-
Call TR 3-8987.
sonably to keep working. Best ref-
can nations to quotas of only
erences. UN 1-1595. •.'
EXPERIENCED child care for vaca-
100 visas a year. .
tioning parents, also baby sitting. ATTICS, dens, kitchens, custom
Day or evening. Excellent refer-
stairways, carefull paneling, general
Envisaging a -"new frontier,"
remodeling, LI 4-4757.
ences. Ask for Esther,"KE 7-7395.
President Kennedy said shortly
LADY WANTS baby sitting by day
befo?e the election that- "our
or night. Good . references. KE 55
MISCELLANEOUS-
present immigration laws fur-
5-8464.
SPECIAL Money Saving Offer for new nish a quota system of national
'subscribers to _Readers Digest. Low origins with indefensible over-
45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
rates on renewals. Mel Notis. Phone
TO 8-8675. Except on the Sabbath. tones of racial preferenee . .
, The inequities and" preference
JUNK YARD 80X165
quotas they perpetuate are a
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Advertisement Shows national disgrace and a handi-
cap abroad."
Zoning approved. Located on East

ELMER M. CLARK

Choice 65' brick ranch site.
Near School. Must Sell.

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

GALIN REALTY

OAK PARK; 3 bedroom brick ranch,
Hi-Fi, air-condit., kitchen booth
• built-in. LI 6-0990.

OAK PARK

Start Congress Drive to Revoke
McCarran Act's Quota Clauses

LARKINS MOVING

We have an opening for an ex-
perienced full time saleswoman.
Excellent potential for one who
is not afraid to work.

WO 5-2662

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

50-BUSINESS CARDS

K-E 8-3530

All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

UN 3-8283. -
17175 ROSELAWN

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

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

PAINTING and wall washing. Reason-
able price. Quick service. 20 years
experience. TE 4-5864.

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

Michigan's Resource's

The second in a series of ad-
vertisements, presented as a
public, service by the Michigan
Press Association, of which your
newspaper is a member, and
Michigan Economic Development
Department, appears in today's
issue.
Based on the theme, "Michigan
Is Everything," the series tells
the story of Michigan's resources,
vital to most industry seeking
suitable locations for plants.
Today's advertisement depicts
Michigan's abundant water sup-
ply, essential to most manufactur-
ing processes, plus the living and
vacationing advantages of the
Water Wonderland.
While the amount of water
used by industry varies from
640,000 gallons needed to .make
a ton of - steel to 25 gallons to
produce one gallon of gasoline,
water is a paramount require-
ment for- almost every industry.
"Michigan, long known as the
Water Wonderland, has this es-
sential resource in quantities suf-
ficient to meet all demands of
industry," says Jack Sinclair,
president of the Michigan Press
Association.
He suggests that newspaper
readers clip the advertisements
as they appear from time to time,
and mail- them to friends in other
states.

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Hebrew Corner

Tiberias Springs

The Springs of Tiberias are no ordi-
nary springs but possess great heal-
PLASTERING and decorating. ing powers. One who does not feel
Cement work. TY. 7-5654.
'
well has only to rush to bathe in
orMing...• ■•■■■
the waters of these springs and be
cured.
ALL CITY
The secret of healing powers of
MOVING & STORAGE CO.
the Tiberias hot springs reached the ,
ears of Roman magnates who came
to Palestine to sell their wares and
14948
of Roman soldiers and their com-
8 - 7660 Meyer:. Rd.
manders who were stationed in the
army camps in the mountains of Gal-
ilee. All of these came to Tiberias
to bathe in its superior springs. Jew-
ish fighters, the heroes of Israel who
found themselves hideouts in the
caves of the Galilean mountains came
also to the springs.
And so with the passage of years
the water continued to serve every
epoch.
With the establishment of the State
45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
of Israel, Tiberias expanded. Its new
citizens who gathered to it from.all •
corners of the world took care of the
medicinal springs near the sea of Kin-
PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY WANTED-
neret. They built new baths with well
With an efficient middle-aged businessman or a refined single
amenities and the springs
of salvation received a new look.
businesswoman to build residential garages and modernization
work for homes and industries.
Many bathers come today from all
parts of the state of Israel and out-
I have over 20 years experience in selling and building garages .
side, and enjoy the bathing in the"
and construction jobs Of all kinds, and with the right conscientious
springs which facilitates the healing of
partner can produce and build these jobs at a great profit for
various
ailments such as rheumatism,
both of us.
women's disease, nervous diseases,
An investment of a few thousand dollars from either side is
pains in the back and spine, etc. Ex-
definitely necessary.
pert physicians who are at hand offer
the bathing public guidance.
If interested to have your own business with a steady year 'round
high income, write to me at once. State your business qualifica-
The city of Tiberias thus enjoys a
tions, your name . . • address, and phone for an immediate get
large crowd of visitors who come to it
together app't.
not only to see the holy places where
Rabbi Meir Baal Haness and others
Write Box 481
are buried, but also to bathe in the
The Jewish News
flowing springs near the sea of Kin-
17100 W. 7 Mile Road
neret.
Detroit 35, Michigan
Translation of Hebrew column
issued by Brit Ivrit Olamit.

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

chambers because they exceeded
our quotas.
If quotas were even brought
up to date to reflect 1960 sta-
tistics rather than those of
1920, it would mean an annual
increase of immigrants from
155,000 to about 300,000. Our
absorptive capacity and :national
wealth have.multiplied in the last
four decades.

-

During the last six years,
only 574,000 - quota numbers
-or roily percent of the
potential quota of 930,000 for
that period-were actually
used. The reason. _was that '
two qu'ota areas located in the
British Isles do not use . the
major portion of- 'the quotas
-allotted- to them. - In- fiscal
1960; these two-areas account-
et 'for - 48,000 unused - iiumta
immlber-s-This was 94 percent
of all the qu'ota numbers 'not .
used!- - • - -

- Speaking for liberals, Senator
Jacob K. Javits of New York
said - the proposed new legisla-
tion .would "strike a tremend-
ous blow for American prestige "
the world over." It would bol-
ster our foreign relations by
proving that we really care
about humanity.
Senator Kenneth Keating of
"If Emma Lazarus were New York pointed -out that a
writing today, her famous more humane law might well
lines, `give me yOur tired, increase rather than decrease
your poor,' would have to be employment opportunities. In
amended to read: 'as long as his hometown of Rochester, a
they come from Northern clothing manufacturing center,
Europe, are not too tired or . there is a serious shortage of
too poor or slightly ill and skilled tailors. Immigrant tail-
can document all their ac- ors, with appropriate skills,
tivities . . " Kennedy said. actually create work for eight
Six Senators, of both parties, additional people, per tailor, in
and one Republican member of related occupations.
the House, introduced new
Vice President Lyndon B.
legislation. It would remedy the Johnson referred the bills to
McCarran-Walter Act's national - the Senate Judiciary Commit-
origins quota system. Immigra- tee for processing.
tion would be based on the 1960
In the House, Rep. Seymour
census rather than the . 1920 Halpern, New York Republican,
population.
introduced and analyzed similar
In the last 40 years, the 'U.S. legislation. He would authorize
population grew by some 75 40,000 special non-quota immi-
million. This was caused by grant visas to refugee-eScapees
births rather than the whole- from such trouble spots as
sale admission of refugees, Cuba, North Africa, the Middle
many of whom died in Nazi gas East, and communist states.

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