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March 31, 1961 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-31

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An employee of the Ata Textile plant checks the specific
gravity of dyeing fluids used in the finishing section of
plant, which processes textiles from the raw material
finished product. Like Ata, most of Israel's majo
enterprises are being expanded with the aid
Bond drive.

in Naples

Protest Freeing of N

of Cassations, and Zin
ROME, (JTA) — The decision( Cou
while remains in priso
of a Naples court to free Ludwig m
Zind, the anti-Semitic . West Ger-
attor
r. Piperno, who is
man schoolteacher, was strongly ey, stressed i his
mora
criticized in a memorandum fro
talia
dum that unde a
Dr. Sergio Piperno, president
law, the charg 3 aga
ind
the Union of Italian Je
o-ugh
are valid in It y, ev
Communities, to the Atto ey Zind was sente ced by a West
les German court.
General of Naples. The
e Italian Jew-
has ish leader urge the applicatio
court order releasing Zi
been appealed to the S reme of article 13 of t e Italian P
Code, dealing with extr
on
and said that Italian
antici-
Passover Greeting
pated the punishm
f the of-
fenses for whit
nd was sen-
CHILDREN
tenced in
Germany. The
FASHION SH
ordered Zind re-
Naples
Coats — Dresses — Gift
le
n the ground that he
Complete Line of Infants
Children's Wear
s a political refugee and en-
titled to asylum.
20040 W. 7 Mile Rd.
KE 2-7772
KE 2-9811
Zind fled from West Germany
a day after an appeals court
upheld a lower court sentence
Passover Greetings to All Our of a year in jail for his declaring
. Friends and Customers
publicly that not enough Jews
were gassed. Zind was spotted
FINE'S
in Naples by some Israeli sailors
BARBER SHOP .
as he was boarding a ship for
Men's and Women's Hair Cutting
Egypt. He was arrested and
Men's Manicures
jailed. The Naples court said his
Call for Appointment
VE 5-9534
remark about gassing Jews was
15317 W. 7 Mile Rd. nr. Whitcomb
a "personal opinion."

Greetings

NICK'S BAR &
RESTAURANT

Sandwiches - Dinners - Pizza
Fill-Up and Drink-Up at
One Stop
Take Outs

8050 Livernois

TY 4-8548

Season Greetings

!Ray's Smart Ladies'l
Apparel and Bridal]
Shop
i10909 Gd. River at Oakman

WE 3-4636

Greetings on Passover

Modern Shoe Service'

Northwest Area
Complete Shoe Repairing

18424 Grand River

2 blocks W. of Southfield
(Across from National and
A&P Markets)

VE 8-4666

U -

T GARDEN

Chinese and American Dishes
Luncheon 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

7105 West McNichols'
UN 3-1454

Happy Passover

Passover Greetings

Rouge Hobby Shop

WOLFE'S
TIRE CO.

Herbert L. Sanborn, Manager

20506 Joy Road BR 3-1685

3176 GRAND RIVER
TE 1-6450

.6-1112nrinnniinMnrznannizr ,

Passover Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers

Carl Pritchard Beauty Salon

Our Budget Prices Are:
Shampoo & Set
Haircuts
Newest Fashion Permanents
Hair Coloring

Char-
TORONTO, (JTA)
tered Canadian banks dis-
criminate against Jews when it
comes to hiring personnel, a
Federal Labor Department of-
ficial charged here at a meet-
ing of the Toronto Labor Con-
ference on Human Rights.
Three banks denied -the accusa-
tion.
G. R. Carroll, director of the
Federal Labor Department's
Fair Employment Practices Di-
vision, said: "I know they (the
banks) most definitely do dis-
criminate against Jews." He
told the • meeting that, while
some Jews may be employed by
banks "in lower echelons," he
knows of specific cases of anti-
Jewish discrimination. •
In one case, he said, the man-
ager of a bank in Western
Canada told a high school prin-
cipal not A°, send Jews for jobs
in the institution "b • ause we
don't hir
m.
e
dismisse
ar
said—but o
becaus
ad stated the i iscrimi
atory policy publicly. Anoth
ease cited by Carroll involv
a second bank which _I-efu
at "first to h'
a recent i
- grant b
e e was a ew,
then
he Jew
job
whic
an refuse to ac-
pt.
ilton Friedma
executive
'rector of the
wish Voca-
ional Service
d the session
that, since
organization was
founded
947, "we have not
succee
in placing applicants
in
tered banks." "We are
," he added, "that some

Rothschilds, Israel -
Bonds Establish Plant
for Pharmaceuticals

Following closely in the foot-
steps of his grandmother, whose
investments and philanthropies
played a vital role in the early
days of Jewish settlement in Pal-
estine, Baron Edmond de Roths-
child, president of the Israel
Bond Organization in Europe,
this week opened a new chemical
plant in Israel at Natanya.
The- new factory, known as
"Plantex", was built with the aid
of . the Israel Development Budg-
et, of which Israel Bond funds
constitute more than one-third.
There were substantial invest-
ments by the Rothschild family.
The "Plantex" factory will pro-
duce plant and herb extracts for
use in medicine, poultry nutrition
and insecticides, as well as fine
chemicals and synthetics for phar-
maceutical use. It is anticipated
that initial annual turnover of the
plant will amount to $1,000,000
or more, with 95 percent of the
production slated for the export
market.

Happy Holiday

Jews are employed in low-level
clerical positions, but none has
obtained these jobs through our
office."
Sydney M. Harris, national
chairman of the Canadian Jew- -
ish Congress—Bnai Brith Pub-
lic Relations Committee, told
of a case in which a bank in
Victoria refused employment to
a Jew four years ago. In that
instance, said Harris, the bank's
home office sent letters to all
its branch managers, warning
them that the institution's per-
sonnel policy was non-discrimi-
natory. But the committee has
"always been given the impres-
sion," Harris said, that an anti-
Jewish discriminatory policy
existed in the chartered banks.

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Greetings on Passover

j

KNIGHT
INDUSTRIES, Inc.

12829 Hillview

SEVEN GRAND
SWEET SHOP

Soda Fountain — Money Orders
Dairy Products

19229 W. ,7 Mile Rd.
KE 1-9610

Season's Greetings

SH EPPARD
VARIETY STORE

School Supplies—Toys—Gifts
Notions—Dry Goods—Hardware

7315 W. Chicago WE 3-9004

Holiday Greetings

SHINNER'S MEATS

VI 3-5544

5866 W. Fort

VE 8-0470 1.

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Season's Greetings

JESS WILLARD

Greetings of the Season

SPECIFICATIONS
SERVICE CO.

Microline Service Center

Tune-Up — Wheel Balancing
Brake Work — Mufflers
Tail Pipes — Road Service

3720 W. McNichols
Opposite U of D Stadium
For Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Call UN 4-9779

14877 Wyoming WE 3-9070

Classified ads bring fast results'.

Happy Holiday Greetings

Detroit Independent Sprinkler Co.

.684 W. Baltimore



- TR 4-1575

Best Wishes to the Community
For A Happy Passover

HANDLEMAN COMPANY

670 E. Woodbridge Ave.

Happy Passover
to Our Friends and Patrons

DAVID-WACHLER & SONS

Designers & Manufacturers
of Fine-Jewelry

19384 James Couzens Hwy. cor. Vassar Dr.

Season's Greetings

(91.SULSULSWLSULSULCULSZASLCULQJ

Hobby Supplies—Collectors Items

Canadian Calls Banks Biased

Nazi Camp Boss
`Bathed' Inmates

FRANKFURT, (JTA)—A wit-
ness in the trial of Karl Chmiel-
ewski, former Nazi SS officer'
and commandant of the Gusen
concentration camp, testified that
Gusen camp inmates, chosen as
"unnecessary eaters" by Chmiel-
ewski, were "bathed to death" in
sub-freezing temperkures while
the camp commander "watched
with satisfaction."
The witness, Franz Cihal, who
was a prisoner at Gusen from
1939 to 1945, said that he saw
ill-looking inmates selected by
Chmielewski "bathed" by SS
men for 20 to 30 minutes in the
winter of 1940, a treatment
which resulted in the deaths of
90 percent of the victims.

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.50
01 .00
6.00 up
$5.00

Greetings on The Passover

EVENING A OINTMENT ON THURSDAY

Prices Slightl Higher in Our Fashion Shop

NOW I OUR NEW LOCATION
15425 W. 7 MILE nr. Greenfield

ROLL & MURRAY I
AUTO SERVICE I

i

7151 W. VERNOR
....„... ., V1 2-6434 .....).......,

VE 8-8860

.

.

at Savings from

20%

to 50%

Sizes 4-15 AAA to EEE Widths
Open Friday and Saturday to 9 p.m.
Monday through Thursdoy to 7 p.m.

Passover Greetings To All Our Friends

ELEVATOR
ENGINEERING
COMPANY

* Inspection
* Repairs
* Modernization -
* 'Remodeling
* New Installations
• Gates
• Doors
• Hangers
• Closers

Coll TR 2-3000 — 24 Hour Service'

6511 Lincoln

45 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, March 31, 1961

Bonds Promote Textile Industry

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