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February 23, 1962 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-23

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

BY OWNER. Priced below market. 3
beautiful bedroom Colonial, carpet-
ing, drapes, 2 car garage. UN 3-8255.

LAUNDERETTE-COIN OPERATED

SOUTHFIELD. $700 Down. 3 bedroom
brick ranch. Storms and screens,
fence, carpeting, drapes, EL 6-6950.

Owner too busy to give business
venture proper time. Will sell
good business at reasonable price.
Purchaser must have good assets.
$2,8000 will handle dn. payment
& escrow items. Located in busy
shopping area with good parking.

SOUTHFIELD

A. G. ELLIOTT & SONS

18447 HARTWELL. 3 bedroom Colon-
ial. Open Sunday 2-5. Priced under
$15,000. UN 1-7412.

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Fine NEW home, brick, full base..
60x150' lot. Will trade for 'equity
in your property. Only $15,500.
Call for further details.

LI 7-3800

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ANCHOR

JO 4-5777

20539 BLACKSTONE, between Ever-
green and Lahser. 4 year old, 3
bedroom brick ranch, 11/2 baths.
Reasonable. KE 7-5566.

101/2 MILE and Coolidge. 5 spacious
rooms, 11/2 garage, 60x135 foot lot,
finished basement, carpeting and
drapes. $11,200. 14070 Ludlow. LI
4-7723.

LI. 3-8500

50-BUSINESS CARDS

FREE ESTIMATES
ON ELECTRICAL WORK
NO JOB TOO SMALL
ALTMAN ELECTRIC
WE 3-2202 - LI 8-0051

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19-E-BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

2 STORES and 3 flats for sale. Cor-
ner building. $1,000 equity. BR

30 - A - INSTRUCTION

DRESSMAKING

Rinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

All

UN 3-8283
17175 ROSELAWN

MATHEMATICS Tutoring - High
school teacher, B.S., M.S. degrees.
12 years experience. Illinois pro-
gram 1-4. VE 7-8736.

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

BAR MITZVAH Instructions. Rea-
sonable, dependable, conscientious.
Joshua Shames, 19318 Roselaw,n.
UN 2-0372.

PAINTING, wall washing, 25 years
experience, striping, waxing, buff•
ing the floors. TE 4-5864.

MATHEMATICS; Chemistry, Physics
Tutoring, Grade school, high school,
college. Illinois program 1-6. UN
1-9173.

40 - EMPLOYMENT

If you need good domestic help

call us.

REEVES
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

LI 4-5138

JOHN HANCOCK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

Has an opening for 3 career life
insuraince agents, 22 - 45. In the
metropolitan Detroit area. A 3
years training program with sal-
ary plus bonus. Lifeline lead
service available. Full fringe
benefits. Call or write

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

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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

1. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4826. Ll 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
4-0326.

Leaders Pay Tribute
to Mendel N. Fisher
on Retirement from JNF

NEW YORK, (JTA)-A stu-
dent house will be built at Ein
Hod, the artist colony in Israel,
bearing the name of Mendel N.
Fisher, retiring executive direc-
tor of the Jewish National Fund,
it was announced at the 54th
annual Order Day dinner of
Bnai Zion, American fraternal
Zionist organization. Ein Hod is
financed by Bnai Zion.
About 1,500 persons, includ-
ing many leaders in American
life, attended the dinner which
was greeted by a special mes-
sage from President Kennedy.
The President lauded Fisher's
27 years of service to the JNF.
"The goal of transforming
arid wastes into habitable, fer-
tile and productive soil," stated
Mr. Kennedy in reference to the
JNF's work of land reclamation
in Israel, "is a job that should
serve as an example to all
nations."
Principal speakers at the din-
ner included Israel Ambassador
Avraham Harman; Ambassador
Philip M. Klutznick, a member
of the U.S. delegation to the
United Nations; Norman G.
Levine, national president of
Bnai Zion, and Albert Schiff,
president of the Jewish National
Fund of America.
Messages of greetings to
Fisher were received also from
Israel's Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, other members of
the Israel Cabinet and from Dr.
Nahum Goldman n, Moshe
Sharett and other leaders of the
Jewish Agency.

Labor Zionist Leader
in Baltimore Resigns
Over Jewish Pickets

BALTIMORE, (JTA) - The
chairman of the Labor Zionist
Organization of Baltimore an-
EXPERT DRESSMAKER from Rome. nounced in a paid advertisement
Italy. Alteration and tailoring.
that he was resigning from that
I KE 2-3732.
JONES AND HUMPHREY AGENCY
post in a policy dispute.
PAINTER, good workmanship, rea-
200 FIRST NATIONAL BUILDING
In the advertisement in the
sonable prices. Free estimates. LI
DETROIT 26, MICHIGAN
6-9677. Harold Rubin.
Jewish Times, Gedaliah Cohen
WO 1-2730
PAINTING, decorating, inside and said he could not agree "with
outside, free estimates. Raesonable. any colleagues in encouraging
LI 7-5639-KR 8-1047.
40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED
Labor Zionist Youth to picket
Jewish business establishments."
GIRL DESIRES day or week work.
Experienced. References. TY 7-7710. 55 - B - APPAREL
The advertisement did not indi-
FORMER BUSINESS man, experi- TURN YOUR OLD suits, topcoats, cate the nature of the picketing.
enced, men's wear. Conscientious
and shoes into cash. TU 3-1872.
He said he was also "with-
worker. References. Family man.
drawing as of this day from the
Native Detroiter. Wants any type
work. UN 1-3919.
ranks of the Labor Zionist Or-
87 - DOGS FOR SALE
ganization of Baltimore."
EXCF.T.I.ENT day worker, available

Tuesday and Friday. Call Saturday D A C H S H U N D. Registered. Male.
and Monday. Miss Watkins. TY 4 Champion stock. Red. 11 months
5-7169. i old. KE 5-7735.

EXPERIENCED girl wants week work,
home nights. References. 342.2364
or UN 1-7182.

GIRL WISHES to take in typing. Ex-
perienced. DI 1-2648.

Want ads get quick results!

Kenya Leaders Get Hadassah's
Briefing on -Visit in Jerusalem

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

A PAWN SHOP
MUST SACRIFICE
BECAUSE OF ILLNESS
3143 WOODWARD

Tucson

20 UNITS

These brand-new furnished apart-
ments, near University of Ari-
zona, are completely air-condi-
tioned and have an income of
over $1,600 per month. This prop-
erty will return over 20% on
invested capital.

40 UNITS

These new apartments in a lux-
ury area are beautifully fur-
nished, and have refrigerated air
conditioning and a swimming
pool. The income is over $5,000
per month and will return over
25% on invested capital.

Now is the time to invest in
sunny Tucson, the land of Golden
Opportunity. We are specialists
in investment properties, either
land or income producting and
will be happy to answer all in-
quiries.

SANFORD
REALTY CO.

601 E. 6TH, TUCSON, ARIZONA

Mrs. Pamela Mboy,a (center), bride of Kenya's labor lean-
er, Torn Mboya, examines embroidery at Hadassah's Alice
Seligsberg Vocational High School for Girls in Jerusilem, as
Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin (left), former national president of
Hadassah, and Mrs. Simi Olshan, chairman of Hadassah's
Vocational Education Services in Israel, look on. Mrs. Mboya
told Mrs. Halprin that Kenya needs vocational schools and ex-
pressed the hope that Kenya would be able to send "some
teachers" for training at the Seligsberg School. Mrs. Halprin
headed the Hadassah Jubilee Mission to Israel, to celebrate
the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Women's Zionist
Organization of America. Mr. and Mrs. Toni Mboya were in
Israel on their honeymoon.

round the W

A Digest of World Jewish Happenings
from Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and Other News-Gathering Media.

United States

NEW YORK - The American Federation of Jews from
Central Europe, an organization representing Jewish Nazi victims,
has announced the election of Dr. Curt C. Silberman, an East
Orange, N.J., attorney, as president of the group .. . More than
2,000 women pledged a total of $1,200,000 to the 1962 campaign
of the Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York . . . The United Zionists-Revisionists of America
have charged that some Jewish leaders are "attempting to weaken
Jewish determination to protest the treatment of Jews in Soviet
Russia," asserting that the "hush-hush policy advocated by these
leaders may seal the fate of Soviet Jewry to the spiritual geno-
cide to which the Communist authorities have doomed them."
. .. A revitalized program of adult Jewish education was urged
here by Dr. Louis L. Kaplan, executive director of the board of
Jewish education in Baltimore and dean of the Baltimore Hebrew
College and Teacher's Training School . . . The Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of America and the Rabbinical Council
of America declared here that passage of the Conklin humane
slaughter bill by the New York State legislature would be "a
serious threat to the free practice of schechita according to
Jewish law . . . Abraham Dickenstein, president of the Ameri-
can-Israel Corporation AMPAL, said the investment firm plans
to raise $50,000,000 for additional investments in Israel . . .
Youth Aliyah, which is supported partly by Hadassah and
Pioneer Women in the United States, has absorbed in Israel
3,500 youngsters from North African and European countries
during 1961, it was reported here at the annual Youth Aliyah
conference of the Hadassah.
WASHINGTON-Congressman Leonard Farbstein of New
York. said Secretary of State Dean Rusk listened "sympatheti-
cally" to his charges of Arab discrimination against American,
Jews at a conference the two held last week ... A. G. El-Emary,
an Egyptian banker and former • government official, was named
director of a newly-established Industrial Development Bank
Services Department of the International Finance Corporation,
a division of the World Bank . . . It has been announced here
that the United States has granted Israel a $10,000,000 20-year
loan to help build Israel's economy, and that a U.S. grant of
$40,000,000 has been given to the United Arab Republic to
build grain storage plants . . . The headquarters here of the
Jewish War Veterns of the U.S.A. has issued a warning that
powerful organized segments of the so-called "radical right
wing" are believed to be "engineering, financing and directing"
the campaign for the Texas gubernatorial election of former
Army Major General Edwin A. Walker . . . Senator Kenneth
Keating of New York told the Senate that he favors a firmer
stand by both the American people and the United States
Government on Soviet discrimination against Jewish culture and
religion.
ROCKAWAY PARK, N.Y.-Parent-Teacher Associations in
all-day Hebrew schools were urged last -week "to prepare a
program of orientation for parents which will emphasize the
profound religious significance of Bar Mitzvah rather than its
social aspects."
BOSTON-The Jewish Community Council here has urged
the adoption of a measure to ease the Massachusetts Sunday
closing law by permitting Jewish Sabbath-observing merchants
to remain open on Sundays . . . A $2,250,000 seven-year research
program to secure greater understanding of the nature of aging
and arteriosclerosis in man was announced here by the Beth
Israel Hospital, to be coordinated with the Harvard Medical
School and financed by the U.S. Public Health Service.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.-Officials of the new Jewish Center
here have appealed to parents to stop acts of vandalism by their
children who are causing severe damage to the new structure.

Europe

VIENNA-An exhibition devoted to the Eichmann trial
has been opened at the Israeli legation in Warsaw, depicting
the martyrdom of the Jewish population in the countries occu-
pied by the Nazis and the role played by Eichmann in the mass
annihilation of the Jews. Production of a new film on the
Auschwitz concentration camp based on Tadeusz Holau's book
"The End of Our World" will be started early next month by a
Polish company . . . The agreement between Austria and West
Germany, under which the Federal Republic of Germany will
contribute $80,000,000 to help indemnify claimants here for com-
pensation due to. victims of Nazism, will be ratified not later
than next June, authoritative sources reported here.
LONDON-The Paz Oil Company, which maintains extensive
operations in Israel, has authorized an initial expenditure of
$333,000,000 to enter the oil exploration field there, according
to Sir Isaac Wolfson, chairman of the board . . . The Board of
Deputies of British Jews announced that a group of lay and
religious Jewish leaders from Hungary will visit here next month
"to make contact with the Anglo-Jewish community" . . . A total
of 1.100,000 pounds sterling ($3,080,000) was raised here at the
annual Joint Palestine Appeal Dinner.
BONN-Indictments were returned at Coblenz against George
Heuser, former criminal police chief in the State of Rheinland-
Pfalz, and 13 other men, charging them with the murder of
"numerous" persons, including Jews, near Minsk, from 1941
to 1944.
GENEVA-Jewish leaders from five continents, members of
the executive committee of the World ORT Union, met here and
endorsed an $8,000,000 budget for 1962 for vocational training
schools in 19 countries.

Israel

TEL AVIV-An official of the United States Operations
Mission in Israel has disclosed that the USOM, in cooperation
with the Israel government, is planning to establish a number
of specialized professional and agricultural institutes . . . Pledges
of action to assitre early arrangements to meet Israel trade
problems arising from the growth of the European Common
Market were given here upon the departure of the 18-member
mission of the European Pariamentary Assembly with hopes that
a formula can be found to solve Israel's problems without in-
volving• her admittance to the EEC as a full member.

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