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March 24, 1961 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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19-B-COMMERCIAL BUILDING
FOR SALE

Office Building

New building in Grosse Pointe.
Prime offering.

OFFICE BLDG.-6 tenants on
leases, paved parking. Stores,
11% on asking price. Don't fail
to inquire.

WO 2-3666
Smith - Bisschop & Co.

REALTORS

Commercial Vacant

Off 8 Mi. Rd. W. 146'43'. Owner
will sell or lease. Bob Winters
WO 2-3666.

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

A-1 WALL WASHING, painting, ref-
erences, free estimates, William
Weddington, TO, 9-8230.

PAINTING, interior and exterior,
reasonable price, work* guaranteed.
Free estimates. DI 1-2910.

EXPERIENCED LICENSED BUILDER

Will custom build your home in
any price range. Free estimates,
no obligation. F.H.A., VA. Will
finance.

LEONARD FEALK, BUILDER
DI. 1-1654

PAINTING, interior, exterior, $15' per
room, also paper hanging. UN
4-2333.

TILE

REALTORS

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

BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid-
dish, English, Citizenship, experi-
enced teacher. WE 4-1793.

INDIVIDUAL Instruction in Oil
Painting and Drawing by noted
artist, UN 2-6125 or UN 3-8905.

EXPERIENCED tut or and high
school teacher, in sciences and
mathematics. UN 4-8417.

BAR-MITZVAH instructions by ac-
complished t e a c h e r. Joshua
Shames. 19318 Roselawn. UN 2-0372.

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

MIDDLE-AGED woman would like to
baby sit. UN 1-2105.

DRESSMAKING

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.

CALL REEVE'S
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

PAINTING and wall washing, win-
dow washing. Reasonable price.
Quick service. 20 years experi-
ence. TE 4-5864.

If you need good domestic help,
day or week. Look for me-in the
Yellow Pages.

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

GIRL wants day work, honest, reli-
able, references. WA 1-6986.

PLASTERING and decorating.
Cement work. TY. 7-5654.

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

INSURANCE AGENCY
ANNUAL COMMISSION $10,000.
WRITE BOX 490
THE JEWISH NEWS
17100 W. 7 MILE ROAD
DETROIT 35, MICHIGAN

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

50-BUSINESS CARDS

PAINTING
PAPER HANGING AND
WALL WASHING.
IMMED. SERVICE
REASONABLE
INSURED
UN. 4-0326 -

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds,
kitchen cabinet doors, wall panel-
ing, steps, railings,- cedar closets,
work myself. UN 4-1897.

DOW

CLEAN-UP, complete - land-
scaping, by experienced gardner.
UN 3-3654.

SPRING

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

FINEST Wholesale Tailoring, picked
up- and delivered. Call TY 4-5009.

55-MISCELLANEOUS

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

57-FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

ESTATE BEING SETTLED

Must sell complete household of
- beautiful furniture. Fine decora-
tor pieces, complete French Pro-
vincial J. L. Metz dining room
including magnificent break-
front and server with marble
top. Huntley French Provincial
bedroom set complete. Custom
made living room furniture,
curio cabinet, lamp, tables, etc.

OPEN SUNDAY 11 - 5
23101 AVON
OAK PARK

EXPERIENCED painter, wall washer;
floor sanding and waxing, reason- DANISH Modern Walnut buffet and
able rates. TY 5-7882.
commode. Call GR 4-6811.

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

WRECKING Yard for sale. Call UN
4-5780 week-days after 6 p.m. or
week-ends.

PAINTING
FLOOR CARE
RUG CLEANING AND
WALL WASHING
FREE ESTIMATES
REASONABLE
FULLY INSURED
CALL TE 4-8790

GREENBERG'S Building Maintenance
and Repairs. Specialized. Electrical
Appliances, door bells, locksmith,
sash cords, window glass, carpentry
work. Very reasonable rates. TO
PAINTING and decorating, finest.
9-4815.
workmanship, free estimates. Sam
Fishman. UN. 1-3265.
SPOTLESS CLEANERS, windows,
walls, and carpets. TO 5-0077.

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

RELIABLE lady wishes domestic
work, day or week, references.
TY 4-8389.

EXPERT DRESSMAKER from Rome,
Italy. Any alterations and new
clothes. KE. 4-6664.

UN 1-5075

GIRL WISHES work on Monday and
Thursday. Call afternoons. TE
2-0076.

LI. 4-5138

,

50-BUSINESS CARDS

Smith - Bisschop & Co.

30-A-INSTRUCTION

-

• ^ •

50-BUSINESS CARDS

ALMOST NEW studio couch, Lawson
davenport, flat top desk with glass.
Reasonable. LI 2-6405.

Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4.4587

Home Repairs

No Job Too Small

Glass. - Carpentry
Roofing - Painting

Home
Improvements

Recreation Rooms - Attics -
Kitchens - Closets

For prompt service or
estimates Call

KE. 3-9988

Ernie's Construction
and Repairs

I

KENMORE automatic washer, port-
able mangle, reasonable. 13269
South Norfolk. DI 1-0997.

ses p I I I I I•a

-BY HENRY LEONARD

228

"What did I tell you! In that part of Jersey,
Lifvaks DO outnumber Galitzeaners two to one."

Copr. 1960, Doyenu Productions

Historian Describes
Pre-Civil War Jews

Bancroft Home American Israel Body
Gets Medical OK Asks U.S. to Promote

The Bancroft, the newest and
one of the most impressive con-
valescent homes in Detroit, last
week received high commenda-
tions from national medical quar-
ters.
Located at 4262 W. Fort St.,
this impressive new home, in
its completely-rebuilt four-story
headquarters, serves the needs of
older persons who have retired
and seek companionship and an
independent life.
It is a home also for convales-
cents who need non-hospital sur-
roundings for recuperation.
For chronically ill, the Ban-
croft also has been recommended
as one of the choicest and most
inviting homes in the state.
There are services at this home
for cardiac cases, diabetic or
hypersensitive people, men and
women.
The new convalescent home is
so attractive, with so many invit-
ing features, that a number of
younger people who are convales-
cing selected it for their homes.
Charles G. Marion, New York
hospital expert, has been chosen
for the post of executive director
of the Bancroft Convalescent
Home because of his wide ex-
perience in the hospital field. He
invites those interested to call
him, at TA 6-3200, and to ar-
range to see the new convalescent
home.

WJ Congress Seeks
Majdanek Witnesses

A global search has been in-
stituted by the World Jewish
Congress in New York for
survivors from the Majdanek
concentration camp in Poland
where 250,000 Jews were gassed
and shot by the Nazis.
The survivors are required to
provide evidence against camp
officials sought for prosecution
by the West German author-
ities.
Majdanek, once a camp for
Polish Jewish prisoners of war,
was transformed into a concen-
tration camp by the Germans
for the Jews from the ghettos
of Warsaw, Lublin and its sur-
rounding areas. There were five
sectors, each split into 24 bar-
racks.
Majdanek was the scene of
one of the Nazis' most mon-
strous acts. In one single 'day,
November 3, 1943, 18,000 Jews
were murdered. In all , about
250,000 victims died in the gas
chambers and at the hands of.
Nazi firing squads, and their
bodies burned in'the crematoria
of the camp.
Former Majdanek internees
are requested to contact Dr.
Nehemiah Robinson, director,
World Jewish Congress Insti-
tute of Jewish Affairs, 15 E.
84th Street, New York 28.

NEW YORK, (JTA) - Jewish
behavior and opinions in the
South before the Civil War were
in "no appreciable way different
from their non-Jewish neighbors,"
Dr. Bertram W. Korn, the histo-
rian, told the 59th annual meet-
ing of- the American Jewish His-
torical Society here.
Dr. Korn, who is president of
the society, presented a study of
southern Jewry during 1789 to
1865, at the opening session of
the two-day conference, which
was devoted to the Civil War cen-
tennial observance.
-;' Jews of the Old South func-
tioned as part of the general so-
cial pattern and close examina-
tion of their role 'disclosed that
"being Jewish did not play - any
discernible role in the determina-
tion of the relationship of Jews
to slavery," Dr. Korn said.
Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, Adolph S.
Ochs professor of American Jew- Berlin Student Says
ish History at the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Reli- Germans Don't Want
gion, was awarded the society's to Be Wed to' Jews
annual- Lee Max Friedman Medal
A 35-year-old former German
for "distinguished service to his-
tory." Dr. Korn made the presen- soldier declared that no one in
Germany wants concentration
tation.
camps, "but also no one wants
his daughter to marry a Jew."
At All Times
"I have many good Jewish
friends," declared Wolfgang
By JOSHUA JOYRICH
Marquard of Berlin, "but. I feel
Based on the Hebrew Poem
"Everywhere" by Michael Deshe
the same way."
Marquard, whose remarks ap-
At all :times, everywhere, be
pear in an article on Berlin in
tender;
the current issue of Look Mag-
Be yourself, be humane, be
azine, is presently studying
man-wise!
. _
industrial psychology. Discuss-
Defeated, forgotten? Do not
ing Germany's Jews in Look, he
slander;
For salvation of light open added:
"The Jews came out of the
the eyes!
ghettos of Poland long ago.
Emptiness, silence glide down
They became rich by being
eternity
shrewd. They were resented by
Love most arduoiisly, be bold, maybe half the German people."
ascend!
Set up a ladder to dawn's
When you buy U.S. Savings
integrity;
Bonds
'where you work or where
Bless celestial stars with
you bank, you are investing with-
infantile assent!
out risking your 'money. The
In this bloody, explosive entity- Treasury guarantees you good
Be man, be you for the sake interest; there's no chance of
of humanity!
loSs.

'

.

Middle East Peace

WASHINGTON, (JTA) - The
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee called on the U.S.
Government for "a sustained
effort" to promote Arab-Israel
peace and not be restrained by
fear that working for peace will
provoke Arab resentment. It
stressed that peace can be ob-
tained only by direct negotiations
between Israel and the Arab
states.
The committee's position was
enunciated in a policy statement
adopted at the conclusion of a
conference here. It was sub-
mitted to Lewis P. Stone, Assis-
tant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs.
Expressing • belief that • the
American people "have been
heartened by the courageous and
vigorous leadership of President
John F. Kennedy," the statement
expressed hope that the Ad-
ministration "will ensure a firm
policy in the Near East which
will deter aggression, promote
peace and economic development
and strengthen, freedom."
The committee urged a firm
commitment to resist aggression
in the Near East, vigilance by
America and its Western allies
to ensure that the arms balance
in the Near East is maintained,
opposition to Arab boycotts and
blockades and continued econo-
mic aid to the peoples of the
Near East.

Miami's Algiers Hotel
Owners Give Guests a
`Word to the Wise'

Algiers Hotel owners in Miami
Beach, Fla., Dave Levinson,
Chuck Posner and Lou Kenin,
are offering guests vacation tips
through a pamphlet prepared by
the National Health Maintenance
Board.
Among the tips are: Keep out
of the sun for extended periods,
balance rest and play, eat mod-
erately, be careful of sudden
chilling, get sufficient sleep, don't
drink extremely cold beverages
on hot days and don't be a Sun-
day athlete.

Relations with India
Good, Israeli Says

JERUSALEM, (NA) - The
chances of strengthening Israel-
Indian cooperation in health, ag-
riculture, development of water
resources and other fields were
described as "good" by Gideon
Rafael,, assistant director-general
of Israel's Foreign Ministry. Ra-
fael recently returned from New
Delhi where he held conversa-
tions with Krishna Menon and
acting Foreign. Minister Lakshmi
Menon.

Human Rights Hall
Honors David K. Niles' Memory
Br andeis University • paid
tribute to an early trustee, con-
fidant of presidents and impor-
tant figure on the national scene
for more than a quarter cen-
tury, by memorializing 't h e
name of David K. Niles, expert
in labor problems and minority
groups for Presidents Roosevelt
and Truman, in "David K. Niles
Human. Rights Hall" in Bran-
deis' new American Civilization
Center.

Shrinks Hemorrhoids
Without Surgery

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