THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 22, 1961 —
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
If you need good domestic help
Vacant-3 bedroom ranch! 22711
Rosewood, Oak Park. Do some
work here and you can save
$$$. A wonderful. opportunity
and value, $11,500. Call L/ 8-1500.
50 - BUSINESS CARDS
Bookkeeper or bookkeeping serv-
ice available in your office or by
home. Full experience. Capable of
running any office. Call between
6 and 8 p.m., all day Sunday.
24621 Coolidge just S. of 10 Mi.
20' PANELED DEN
Like new in and out. Jr. dining
rm. Picture window liv. rm. Built-
ins. Garage attached. Gas heat.
Storm s. Excellent carpeting,
drapes. Vacant. This is beyond ex-
ception. LOOK. $12,900. Your
terms. Mr. Shatz.
J. WM. KLEM UN 4-460 0
Modern 3-bed. br . bung., F.A. ht.,
nat. firepl., vest., excell. cond.,
nr. Winship School, trans. Vacant.
Must be sold. to settle estate.
Price slashed to $11,900, $350
dn. F.H.A. or will listen to cash
Today's Hottest Buy!
Don't wait. Clean 3-bed. br . bung.,
carpets, large porch, gar.. $600 dn.
Only $13,900. It's nice.
HUBBELL 18064. 5 and 5. Face brick
income. Terrace, 2-car garage. 9
years old. Gas heat. $28,500. Owner.
Open Sun. 2-5
19923 Mark Twain
Price slashed to $15,900 on
this beautiful 3-bedrm. ranch,
rear pan. Den; Vernor school.
Only $700 dn. to new FHA
mtge. All offers presented.
VACANT. MAY HELMAN.
Full dining rm., sep. break-
fast rms., 3 bedrms., GAS ht.,
2-car gar. and other extras.
Asking only $19,700. Name
your own terms.- Owner must
sell. JEAN WEISS.
with Oak Pork's only Realtor
Office. Must have the desire
to earn minimum of
$10,000. Experience is not
necessary. Our Real Estate
Sales School welcomes the
most inexperienced. Call
BUD CHAMBERLAIN, LI
ALAN GROSSMAN CO.
• 3 ,bedrooms
• 2 full baths
• Pan. Den
Wanted: Shammas and Supervisor
of Maintenance crew. In well es-
tablished Congregation. Salary,
four to five thousnd per year.
Apply: Mr. J. C. Shaprow, Con-
gregation Beth Israel. Hamilton
and Oren Avenues_ Flint, Mich-
WOMAN for light housework. Prepare
light kosher meals for elderly
widow. Dexter-Ewald Circle Area.
Phone TO 6-9035 after 4 p.m.
40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED
COMPANION to elderly lady, nursing
experience. Free to travel. DI 1-4572
GENERAL office Work. Assistant
Bookkeeping, Typist. Experienced.
Dependable. References. UN 3-8544.
45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Barber Shop &
combined. Owner forced to
sell in desirable Oak Pk. loca-
tion. All modern equipment.
LOUIE'S Re-uphoisterIng, Repairing
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason
able Free estimates UN 4-3339
AND DELIVERY SERVICE
Also Office Furniture.
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. no job too big or small. BR
3-4826 LI 5-4035
PAINTING and decorating, finest
workmanship, free estimates. Sam
Fishman UN 1-3265.
A-1 PAINTING, paper hanging, wall
washing, interior and exterior. Rea-
sonable. Immediate service. UN
Call for Appointments
FOR BETTER wall washing,' call
James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005 526 Belmont.
BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid-
dish, English, Citizenship, experi-
enced leacher. WE 4-1793.
BAR-MITZVAH Instructions, reason-
able, • dependable, conscientious.
Joshua Shames. 19318 Roselawn.
31 - TRANSPORTATION
COUPLE leaving, for Los Angeles
about January 15. Wanted, a driver
willing to pay part of expenses.
PLATINUM Charm Bracelet with12
charms. Wyoming-6 Mile, or Black-
stone Manor. 864-5867.
GET RELIEF from the pains of
Arthritjs. Wesley. Box 86, Detroit
55 - B - APPAREL
TURN YOUR OLD suits, topcoats,
and shoes into cash. TU. 3-1872.
FOR SALE beautiful black Persian
Lamb coat, with mink trim. Like
new condition. Very reasonable.
Call UN 1-8471.
AN EXCLUSIVE Re-Sale Shop. 11340
Woodward. Presents Designer label
clothing, from wealthy homes. Also
will _sell clothes on consignment.
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD .
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
MOVING ? ?
Do you have a complete house-
hold of furniture to sell? Let us
do it for .you.in your home. We
have the customers.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE SALES
8 unit apartment building; built
in 1946. Average rent $62 per
mo. per unit. 5 rooms, individual
furnace and basement for each
All Rinds of Alterations
51-LOST AND FOUND
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
Builder of Finer
ON ELECTRICAL WORK
NO JOB TOO SMALL
WE 3-2202 - LI 8-0051
24621 Coolidge just S. of 10 Mi.
Oak Park-You can eat off
the floor of this spotless 3-
bedrm. ranch, new carpeting,
large modern kitch., beauti-
ful lands, lot. Asking only
$17,100. FHA terms. SAM SOS-
SMALL carpenter jobs, rough and
finished. Very reasonable. UN
E. WHITMAN - S. WERBE
TE 3-6820 - UN 1-2358
FURNITURE WANTED - Highest
prices paid for good used furni-
ture and appliances. Call Nate
Paige, TY 5-6601. Open daily 9-
8:30 p.m., Sun. 11-6. Closed Sat.
Bnai Brith Series Accomplishes
$100,000 in Israel Bond Sales
The five Bnai Brith "Salute
to Israel" programs this month
have resulted in Israel Bond
purchases totaling $100,000, it
was announced by Morris Diren-
feld, president of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
and Sam G. Bank, Council Israel
The rallies on behalf of Israel
Bonds started with the Dec. 4
program. More than 500 partici-
pated in the rally and pur-
chased $45,000 in Israel Bonds
after listening to appeals by
Ervine Lavine, president of
Bnai Brith District Grand Lodge
No. 6, and George Jessel.
On Dec. 9, Einstein Lodge
and Chapter held an Israel pro-
gram and more than 200 at-
tended and bought $11,000 in
Israel Bonds. Emil Cohen was
the entertainer. Certificates of
honor were awarded to Sam
Freedman, Einstein Lodge
president; Mrs. Anszel Gun,
Einstein Chapter president;
Louis Baker, the lodge Israel
Bond chairman, and Mrs. Louis
Levinson, the chapter Israel
Six lodges and chapters held
a combined Israel program on
Dec. 11 which resulted in Israel
Bond sales of $6,000. Jan Bart
was the guest artist. Lodges
and chapters participating in-
cluded Motor City, Stone, Rex,
Suburban, D owntown and
Sparked by Marshall Lodge
and Chapter, an outstanding
program on Dec. 12 resulted in
Israel Bond sales totaling
$30,000. More than 400 attended
this affair, which was one of
the r most successful in the Bnai
Brith series. Joining Marshall
were Bloch, Tikvah, Fox, De-
troit, Handler-East Side, Yuster-
Rosenberg, Livonia and B. & P.
chapter. Jan Bart was the guest
Complete Program for Israel Bond
New Year's Eve Fashion Festival
Beth-Sheva Laikin will be the
fashion commentator for the
Italy-Israel Fashion Festival, on
New Year's Eve, at the Shera-
The D etroit Israel Bond
Women's Division is sponsoring
The affair will bring to a cli-
max the 1961 Israel Bond cam-
paign. Only 1961 Bond holders
and those enclosing their pur-
chases with their reservations
are eligible to attend the event
which will include an Israeli
champagne hour front 9 p.m.,
a parade of 41 original crea-
tions made by the leading
The bill was supported by all
religious parties, most mem-
bers of Mapai and Herut and
one member, Prof. H. Fling-
hoffer of the Liberal Party,
which as a whole opposed it.
Mapai- and Achdut Avoda also
opposed it. An earlier Agudas
Israel bid to include the
Nazareth area was defeated.
Mapai's Yaacov Rifkin con-
tended that the anti-pig bill
did not effect the mutual re-
sp,ect and co-existence of reli-
gious and non-religious elements
essential to Israel's - well being.
Mrs. Esther Raziel Naor said
that a people's culture was
measured by observance of its
traditions. In a -subtle allusion
to Prime MiniSter David Ben-
Gurion's Buddhist meditations
on his current visit to Burma,
she added that there was no
need to experiment with the
beliefs of, others. When Rabbi
Shlolom Lorencz began an at-
tack on the Prime Minister for
his Buddhist studies, he was
halted by Speaker Kaddish
Luz for rambling from the
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to The Jewish News)
FURNITURE repairs and refinishing .:
Free estimates. Call UN 4-3547.
EXPERIENCED interior painter.
All work guaranteed. Call TY
PAINTING, wall washing, 25 years
experience, striping,'^waxing, buff-
ing tile floors. TE 4-5864.
BARBER will make house calls eve-
nings after 8. LI 8-9326.
JERUSALEM - Israel's Par-
liament Tuesday approved a
first reading of a bill to ban
pig breeding and the sale. of
pork in Israel. The vote was
41 to 19, with five abSentions.
The measure, which exempts
the Nazareth area from the ban
because that area is inhabited
largely by Israel's Christian
Arab population, differs from
a 1955 law on the same topic
in . that it makes violation a
federal offense. The earlier law
empowered only local authori-
ties to, pass anti-pig breeding
laws and 55 of Israel's 151 local
authoriti-6s did legislate on the
West Germany Has
of War Crimes
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to The Jewish News)
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.
PAINTING, decorating, inside, outside,
reasonable. Free estimates. LI 7-5639
and KE 8-0147.
Israel Bans Pig
Breeding, - Sales
Italian and Israeli couturiers,
midnight kosher supper, danc-
ing till 4 a.m. and exhibition
F o r reservations c a 11 DI
1-5707, or write the Israel Bond
office, 8522 W: McNichols.
The nine Italian couturiers
who are participating with de-
signs made of Israeli textiles `Most Encompassing'
are Capucci, Carosa, Fabiani, Nazi Crimes Trial to
Fontana; Galitzine, Gregoriana,
Mingolini - Gugenheim, S chu- Open in W. Germany
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
berth and Simonetta.
- to The Jewish News)
Israeli designers participating
FRANKFURT-"The most en-
in the fashion festival with new
creations are Lola Beer, Finy compassing Nazi crimes trial in
Leitersdorf, Aled, Stefan Braun. West Germany" will open at the
end of 1962 when 26 former SS
"officials of the Auschwitz murder
camp will be tried, Heinz Wolf,
BY HENRY LEONARD
Frankfurt state attorney, an-
He said he expected to com-
plete preliminary investigations
against the 26 ex-Nazis in March
The most prominent of the 26
is former 'Auschwitz commandant
Richard Baer who was arrested
a year ago near Hamburg where
he was working as- a 'woodcutter.
The .others include former camp
doctors, dentists, guards and
members of the so called "politi-
cal section" of the Gestapo.
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
DEWING to Los Angeles January 3.
Will take 2 passengers to share
driving and expenses. BRoadwaY
On Dec. 13, the final affair
of the Bnai Brith Israel series
resulted in Bond purchases of
$8,000. Participating in the
event were Israel, Brandeis,
Frenkel , Oak-Woods, Morgen-
thau, Centennial, Jacob s, o n,
Herzl and Tucker lodges and
chapters. Jan Bart again enter-
"You say you want a Chanukah present?
A gesunt auf define keppele!"
BONN-Charges of war crimes
have been filed against 12,292 in
West Germany since the end of
World War II, the West German
IVIinistry of Justice reported
Of the 5,732 persons who were
convicted, 12 were sentenced to
death, 68 to life imprisonment,
5,178 to jail terms and 115 were
penalized by fines. The courts
acquitted 4,011 and in 2,549
cases, proceedings were closed.