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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 23, 1962 -- 30

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

FAUST, 20266

1st offering. Sharp 5 rm. br.
bung., new carpeting, lge. kitch.,
5 minutes to Northland. A real
buy at $12,900.

50



BUSINESS CARDS

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

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

STRATHMOOR 17554
OPEN SUNDAY
THE SHARPEST

NEW METHOD — Carpets cleaned;
walls washed, by machine. Work
guaranteed. Free estimates. KE 5-
8470—KE 8-1778.

3 BED. 1 1,4 BATHS
Spotless face br. bung. 2 bed.
bath dn. 1 up & lay. new carpets,
family kitch. din. rm. 1 blk to
bus, excell. location. Real buy.

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

LARKINS MOVING

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

FENTON 20526

Terrific br. ranch, so clean it
shines. 3 bed. new carpets, family
kitch. Rec. Rm. real buy. Must
see to appreciate.

VE. 8-7006

WILBANKS

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

TILE

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

Franklin Forest

Northwestern and 13 Mile Road,
152 ft. by 201 ft. Your chance to
get a bargain in this high-class
area. $6,500.

MARK HOWARD & CO.

13819 West 8 Mile Rood

DI. 1-5660

17-F—FARMS FOR SALE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?

New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

UN 1-5075

REPAIRS, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys, porches. Steps.
UN. 2-1017.

INTERIOR, exterior painting, odd
jobs, neat, reasonable. C. Piotrow-
ski. TY 8-5485.

FOR SALE—
PRODUCING ORCHARD

Leelanau County, Michigan. Out-
standing resort area, -1 mile to
Lake Michigan. 135 acres Apples,
100 acres Cherries, 630 total
acres includes quantity merchan-
tible timber, 160 acres for addi-
tional plantings. Good buildings,
complete operating equipment.
Everything in first class condi-
tion. Operating personnel avail-
able. Offers excellent deprecia-
tion and capital gains possibili-
ties and development potential.
Send for complete information.

Schafer & Company, Brokers

Dept. DN

Ludington, Michigan

DRESSMAKING

All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

- UN 3-8283
1 71 7 5 ROSELAWN

1■ 011 BETTER wall washing, call

James

Russell. One day service
TO 6-4005 526 Belmont.

A-1 PAPER hanging, painting and wall
washing. Work guaranteed. Imme-
diate service. UN 4-0326.

EXPERIENCED painter wants job as
maintenance man. Call after 5 p.m.
833-5713.

55

18—STORE RENTALS

SINGLE or double store for rent,
reasonable. Suitable for any busi-
ness. 8611 West Eight Mile Road.
UN 3-4786.

22-A—REAL ESTATE TO
EXCHANGE

PRIVATE owner wishes to exchange
good income property, Dexter area
for trade or sale. Cheap for cash.
TO 9-8537.

30 A

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INSTRUCTION

BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yid-
dish, English, experienced teacher.
WE 4-1793.

MATHEMATICS, Chemistry, P h y s-
ics Tutor. High School, College.
All methods. Expert, effective. LI
1-2645—UN 1-9173.

BAR-MITZVAH Instructions. Reason-
able. Dependable. Conscientious.
Joshua Shames. 19318 Roselawn.
UN 2-0372.

31



TRANSPORTATION

LEAVING for Florida November 27,
will share driving and car expen-
ses with 2 ladies. References ex-
changed. UN 4-8487.
MAN leaving for Los Angles, would
like driver. References. KE 7-3111.

LEAVING for Florida, December 16,
will take 2 passengers. Returning
January 14. UN 4-8089.

40



EMPLOYMENT

If you need good domestic help
call us.

REEVES
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

LI 4-5138

CARETAKER WANTED

Man or couple, in small institu-
tion. Middle-aged. Light duties
' keeping place clean. Salary $165
a month plus free rent and utili-
ties. Phone Mrs. Samberg, Dia-
mond 1-5959. Or write to JHS,
10801 Curtis, Detroit 21.

40 A

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EMPLOYMENT WANTED

FAMILY MAN from Israel, speaks
good English, seeks a job. 10 years
experience in plumbing, no license.
5 years experience offset printing.
LI 2-8315.

45



BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

BAR-B-Q and Restaurant—Guaran-
teed income. 3 phones. Big deliv-
ery service. Can't handle alone,
will take partner or sell outright.
Mixed trade. TR 4-9849. Ann.



MISCELLANEOUS

TURN YOUR old suits - shoes into
cash. TU. 3-1872.

HIAS Honors Yiddish -
Press with- Scrolls

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
Yiddish press in the United
States was singled out for special
honors when scrolls of honor
were presented to the Jewish
Daily Forward and the Jewish
Day-Journal, citing the Yiddish
press in the United States as
the reflection of "the aspirations
of newcomers to our shores,"
picturing the achivements of im-
migrants in this country.
The scrolls were presented to
the newspapers at the 33rd an-
nual convention of the Council
of Organizations of United Hias
SerVice. Murray I. Gurfein, presi-
dent of United Hias Service, and-
James P. Rice, executive direc-
tor, reported on the work of the
worldwide migration a g e n c y.
Gurfe in noted that United Hias
Service will help approximately
9,100 migrants and refugees to
resettle, in 1962, in the United
States, Brazil, Canada and Aus-
tralia.

World Body of Jurists
Convinced of Racism
in Russian Trial

GENEVA, (JTA) — The In-
ternational Commission of Jur-
ists declared this week it was
convinced that the death sen-
tences pronounced in recent
months in the Soviet Union,
many involving Russian Jews,
undoubtedly related to prob-
lems of racial prejudice in that
country. The commission also
noted that "the number of
Jews sentenced to death is ab-
normally high and, in general,
the convictions affecting Jews
are exceptionally hard."

Germans Help Build
French Jewish Center

FRANKFURT — Twelve
young Germans, half of them
from West Berlin, left here for
Villeurbanne in southeast France
to assist in the building of a
Jewish community center there
under the sponsorship of the
movement founded in 1959 by
the Evangelical Church of Ger-
many to make amends for the
Nazi persecution and destructiOn.

Anti-Semitism
Reported Strong
Among Mosleyites

Kennedy, Ike bail
Jewish Chaplains

NEW YORK,. (JTA)—Presi-
dent Kennedy has hailed the
100th anniversary of the com-
missioning of the first Jewish
Army . chaplain in 1862 as an
era "marked by the service,
devotion and valor of our Jew-
ish chaplains in times of war
and peace."
The statement appears in a
book, "Rabbis in Uniform," de-
scribing the story of the Ameri-
can Jewish military chaplains
during the past century, pub-
lished this week as one of the
year-long observance of the cen-
tennial; The book was published
by the Association of Jewish
Chaplains of the Armed Forces,
in cooperation with Jonathan
David Publishers. Ex-President
Eisenhower also contributed an
introductory statement, describ-
ing the record of chaplains "of
all faiths" as one "in which
Americans take great pride.

LONDON, (JTA)—A reporter
who spent 10 weeks in Oswald
Mosley's fascist Union Movement
as an apparent bona fide mem-
ber warned that anti - Semitic
feeling was so strong among
members that Mosley might have
to adopt an openly anti-Semitic
policy as he did before World
War II.
Alan Rogers of the Daily
Herald noted that while there
was no official policy toward
Jews and that Mosley had re-
peatedly claimed neither he nor
his movement were anti-Semitic,
"the truth is that the vast ma-
jority of members are using the
Union Movement to band to-
gether for their vile racialist
theories and activities."
He said members of the move-
ment were responsible for some
of the recent incidents of attacks
on Jewish property in London Ohio Governor-Elect
which he said were ."by no means
rare occurrences." He added that Seeks Funds for Pool
"the street riots we have seen at Wingate Institute
already may well prove to be
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
only the beginning of yet more Wingate Physical Culture Insti-
vicious battles to come."
tute near Natanya will receive
a new swimming pool through
the efforts of Governor-elect
Diefenbaker Lauds
James Rhodes of Ohio, who af-
firmed a pledge he made two
Canadian Zionists
TORONTO, (JTA)—Canadian years ago that he would raise
Prime Minister John G. Diefen- $75,000 for the purpose if he
baker lauded Israel this week were elected governor.
Rhodes reiterated the pledge
as a bastion of freedom in the
Middle East and praised the to Haim Glibinsky, secretary of
Canadian Zionist movement for the Israeli Olympic Committee,
its 60 years of activity in this who received a cable here that
c ountr y as "a partnership the Governor-elect would raise
among Jews and a fellowship the required funds from friends
of the Wingate Institute in this
with history."
Addressing the 36th annual country.
convention of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Canada, the Prime Truman Presented
Minister told the delegates that Israeli Vets Award
they had shared in the achieve-
BEVERLY HILLS, Cal., (JTA)
ment of the creation of Israel. — Former President Harry S.
Joseph N. Frank of Montreal Truman was presented with a
was elected president of the special award, the Israel War of
ZOC at the final session. He Independence Standard, by order
succeeded Lawrence Freiman of Israel Prime Minister David
of Ottawa. Also elected were Ben-Gurion.
Bertram Loeb of Ottawa, and
The A war d had previously
John R. Devor of Toronto, vice- been given only to Israel army
presidents; Leon Levin of Mon- units and settlements which par-
treal, treasurer; and Robert H. ticipated in the Israel War of
Soren, Toronto, secretary.
Independence. Truman received
the award at an Israel Commen-
dation Dinner here sponsored by
Canada College OK's
the State of Israel Bond Organi-
Israel Bond Payment
zation and attended by 800 per-
WINNIPEG (JTA) — The sons.
Others honored with Medalion
University of Ma nit o b a an-
nounced that it would accept of Valor awards at the dinner
State of Israel bonds for its included Brigadier G e n e r al
$3,000,000 capital fund cam- S. L. A. Marshall.
paign. Peter D. Curry, general
chairman of the capital fund Jerusalem Road Is •
drive, hailed the decision by the Named for Weizmann
university to accept Israel bonds
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
as a move which will provide approach road to Jerusalem was
for better prospects of contribu- named Weizmann Boulevard in
tions for the campaign.
ceremonies which were part of
a series of events honoring Is-
rael's first president on the oc-
Israeli Luxury Liner
casion of the 10th anniversary
Launched in France
of his death.
Benjamin - Weizmann, son of
PARIS, (JTA) — The launch-
ing of a new Israel 23,000-ton the late president, arrived from
luxury liner, the S.S. Shalom, at England to take part in the cere-
the Chantiers de l'Atlantique mony in which Justice Minister
Shipyard at St. Nazare, was re- Dov Joseph, Jewish National
Fund president Yaakov Tsur and
ported here.
The vessel, which will be de- Jerusalem Mayor Mordechai Ish-
livered late next year for ser- Shalom, also participated.
vice on the regular New York
to Haifa run, will carry 1,984 Plan to Name Housing
passengers and a crew of 450. Project for Rabbi Wise
It will be 629 feet in length
NEW YORK, (JTA)—A 399-
and will have a cruising speed apartment project, a state-aided
of 20 to 21 knots.
development being built by the
New York City Housing Author-
ity at a cost of $8,500,000, will
Temple University
be dedicated in the name of the
Starts Hebrew Class
late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, it
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — was announced at the project's
Temple University has intro- ground-breaking ceremonies.
duced courses in modern He-
City and state officials, as
brew for the current semester well as clergymen representing
as one of its full credit foreign the Jewish, Catholic and Protes-
language courses. A total of 40 tant faiths, participated in the
students are enrolled in various ceremonies. When the project is
classes which comprise elemen- completed, its main lobby will
tary and advanced Hebrew, Bib- feature a bust of Dr. Wise, the
lical Hebrew and literature and gift of his children, Judge Jus-
Hebrew literature in English tine Wise Polier, of New York's
in English translation. Dr. Ezra Family Court, and James Water-
Shereshevsky is the instructor. man Wise.

Nobel Prize Winner
Niels Bohr, World's
Top Physicist, Dies

PROF. NIELS BOHR

COPENHAGEN, (JTA) — The
Jewish community of Denmark
mourned the death of Nobel
Prize winner Niels Bohr whose
mother was a member of the
distinguished Jewish Adler fam-
ily. Dr. Bohr, who was consid-
ered the world's leading physi-
cist, died at his home here Nov.
18 at the age of 77.
Jewish leaders recalled that
when Hitler decided to terminate
his "lenient" treatment of Dan-
ish Jews under the Nazi occupa-
tion, the physicist fled with his
wife to Sweden and persuaded
the Swedish King to offer un-
conditional sanctuary-to all Jew-
ish refugees from Denmark. Dr.
Bohr was an honorary member
of the Weizmann Institute in
Israel.

Brig. Gen. Troper
Dies; Saved Refugees

NEW YORK (JTA) — Briga-
dier General Morris C. Troper,
a central figure in efforts to
aid Jews fleeing the Nazis dur-
ing World War II died here
Nov. 17, one day before he was
to ha v e celebrated his 70th
birthday. He had been chairman
of the JDC European executive
since 1920.
Active in Jewish refugee af-
fairs for almost 40 years, he
was first sent in- this connec-
tion by the JDC to Poland and
Hungary in 1920. He also went
to the Soviet Union in 1929
and in 1936, to study efforts of
Soviet Jews to establish autono-
mous colonies there. He first
visited Germany on behalf of
the JDC in 1933.
On the eve of World War II,
Brig. Gen. Troper and Paul
Baerwald, also of the JDC, ne-
gotiated with The Netherlands,
France, Great Britain and Bel-
gium to accept the 907 passen
gers aboard the Hamburg-Amer-
ican liner St. Louis, who had
been refused permission to dis-
embark in C u b a. Brig. Gen.
Troper remained in his Paris
office until just 10 hours before
the Nazis took the city and
then, after a brief stay in New
York, set up headquarters in
Lisbon to continue his work on
behalf of Jewish refugees.
In 1942 he entered the United
States Army in the Office of
the Fiscal Director. Subsequent-
ly he earned the rank of briga-
dier general and, in 1945, was
awarded the Legion of Merit
for his service.

Lawson, Former U.S.
Envoy to Israel, Dies

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Ed-.
ward B. Lawson, 68, former U.S.
Ambassador to Israel, who played
a major role in the turbulent
.Sinai-Suez war period of 1956,
died here Nov. 19. Lawson, a
career foreign service officer,
was named Ambassador to Israel
by President Eisenhower in 1954.
He was, then Minister to Iceland.
Israel was Lawson's last diplo-
matic post.

Passion is universal humanity.
Without it religion, history, ro-
mance and art would be useless.

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