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March 15, 1963 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-15

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GREEN ACRES
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Lovely 4 bedrm. face brick Col-

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onial. Attractive rear den. Grade
lay. Paneled rec. rm. Lovely car-
pets and drapes. Gas heat, 2-car
gar. Vacant. Must be sold. UN
4-4600.

J. WM. KLEM

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45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

30-A-INSTRUCTION

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

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

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

MATHEMATICS Tutoring. High school
teacher. B.S.-M.S. degrees. 13 years
experience. VE 7-8736.

Hotel Investors

$10,000 dn. money maker. - 60
rm. hotel, elevator service. Yearly
income $26,500, expenses incl.
payment $15,500. M. BORSEN,
LI 8-1900.

Penn Realty

50-BUSINESS CARDS

18306 ILENE
OPEN SUN. 2-5

40-EMPLOYMENT

Lovely 5 room bung., pass hall,
large rooms, full din. rm., car-
pets, drapes, stove, refrig., attic
fan. Only $12,900. UN 3-0700.

JULES M. KLEIN

NORTHWEST DETROIT. 6. room
brick Colonial. Breakfast room.
Fireplace. Gas heat. Carpeting and
drapes. Storms and screens. By
owner. UN 1-8471.

FENMORE, 19376
7 MI.-SOUTHFIELD
OPEN SUN. 2-5
EVERYONE LOVES
3 bedrms., 1 flr. nice clean
home, wonderful foe. 2 blks.
Mi. bus. Only $11,500, $350 dn.
KE 2,0113.

O'NE I L REALTY

- Outer De. West, 5651-
:FACE BRK. C. E. COLONIAL

Your opportunity. Excellent 3-
. bedrm., library and lay. 1st floor,
paneled rec. rm., gas a.c. ht.,
carpeting. See this one, close to
everything. LI 7-5200.

Sheldon S. Watson

OAK PARK. 7 room brick, 11/2 baths.
fireplace, attached garage. On
Coolidge Hwy. Ideal for profes-
sional man needing home and of-
fice use. By owner. LI 6-5195.

23450 BEVERLY, OAK PARK

Etkin 3 bedroom, den, 2Y2 baths,
large screened terrace, finished
basement with bar, 2 cedar clos-
ets, garage, many extras. Excel-
lent location. Owner transferred.
By Owner. $26,500.

LI 7.2793

18940 OAK DRIVE
Brick col., 4 bedrooms, 2 baths,
(Master bedrm. with bath), plus
den, breakfast rm., panelled rec.
rm., mod. kitchen with built-ins;
features lush decor carpet.,
drapes, gas heat, 2-car gar. FHA.
$1,200 dn. $150 mo.
BRENNER REAL ESTATE
UN 1-2265
UN 3-7236

CORNER Gardner and Wales, Oak
Park-2 lots, sacrifice to close
estate. TU 5-9240.

BLOOMFIELD Township. Morningside
Heights Sub., Charrington Road cor-
ner. Private owner will sell rea-
sonable. UN 2-4600.

IN SOUTHFIELD. 10 Mile-Southfield
area. Lot. Call 543-4328.

23-B-LAND CONTRACTS

DO YOU -
NEED MONEY?

Do contract payments
give you a headache?

We'll buy your land contract,
good or bad.

1% Discount
Per Mo.

MILLER BROS. REALTY

12120 Linwood, TU 3-4400

ASK FOR MR. CASH

All Kinds of Alterations
Call tot A ppointments

MIDDLE - AGED Yiddish speaking
single woman to be companion to
active elderly lady. Live-in. DI
1-2285.

UN 3-8283
1 71 75 ROSELAWN

FOR BETTER wall washing. call
James Russell One day service
ro 6-4005 526 Beirnont

$150 WEEK
RETAIL SALESMEN

LARKINS MOVING

Paid even while in training, if
you qualify. Experienced in Fur-
niture, clothing, insurance, shoes,
jewelry. vacuums, etc. Company
in business over 50 years, located
near Oak Park.

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

Also Office Furniture .

Any time
Reasonable.
1319 GLADSTONE
TI 4-4587

APPLY IN PERSON, 10-6
SUNDAY ONLY

NORTHLAND INN

I. SCHVV AK f2.. All Kinds of carpenter

worn., no lob too big %Jr small. BR
3-4826 Li 5-4035

NORTHLAND SHOPPING
• CENTER

ROOMS 143-144

CLOTHING alterations. Expert fitter.
20 years experience. 864-1768.

If unable to come over, call
KE 8-4050 - 883-3111

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

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NEW METHOD - Carpets cleaned;
walls wasned, by macnine. Work
guaranteed. Free estimates. KE 5-
8470-KE 8-1778.

2 Salesmen needed for a real

live wire organization repre-
senting the largest company
of its kind in the world. Be-
ginning earnings in excess of
$750 per month. Opportunity
to advance into management
within 6 months. Our experi-
enced managers earn in ex-
cess of $20,000 per year.

Dressmaker's Holiday Special

PLAIN HEMS $1.00
All kinds of alterations. Reason-
able.
19347 HARLOW

KE 3-9219

If you are between 25 and 45
years of age, and have at
least 2 years of successful
sales experience in the direct
sales field you may qualify.

A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, wall
washing. Immediate service. Guar-
anteed. Reasonable. UN 4-0326.

EUROPEAN dress designing and al-
terations, in my home or your
home. 835-3834.

Phone 562-5310

f o r confidential interview
with Mr. Zaritsky. Monday
and Tuesday only. 10 A.M. to
4 P.M.

55-MISCELLANEOUS

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

DEPENDABLE GIRL wishes five
days. Excellent references. Eve-
ning free. 834-9608.

MIDDLE-AGED woman desires baby
sitting. Days. Call UN 1-1905-
356-1548.

41-CONVALESCENT HOMES

PETOSKEY GERIATRICS
AND CARE CENTER
Overlooking Little Traverse Bay
at. Petoskey on US-131
New fireproof accommodations
for retired, elderly, and convales-
cent persons. Complete therapy.
R. N. Supervision. Kosher kitchen
provided. Rabbinically supervised
with religious services. Jewish
Nursing personnel. Phone 347-4611
or write for brochure.

40-EMPLOYMENT

LE .1. Ke.uptioiste•ing Repairing

Reason
Satisfaction guaranteea
able Free estimates UN 4.3339
dE i-7453

CAREER
OPPORTUNITY

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

DRESSMAKING

CANTOR WANTED for Passover.
Call HO 8-8012, New York Hotel,
Mt. Clemens, Mich. Mrs. Willinger.

STORE FIXTURES for sa16. 5 light
wood glassed in wall cases. 6
glassed in floor show cases. 8 six
foot Oak tables. Cash register, and
window display fixtures. UN 4-1485.

57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

Beautiful Singer Zig-Zag Sewing
Machine. Lovely wood console at
sacrifice price, by making 9 pay-
ments of $5.86 each. All features
built in for making button holes,
designs, etc. Guaranteed. Will
discount for cash.

VI 6-7896

PAY BALANCE due of $32.11. Like
new Singer Console style sewing
machine. Magic action Zig-Zagger.
Designs, buttonholes. Available
for $3.10 per month payments.
KE 5-0283.

40-EMPLOYMENT

RETIRED RETAIL MEN

If you have previous experience in running your own business
or worked in a furniture store, clothing store, jewelry store, or
sold insurance, then we have a nice, steady, easy job that we
know you can handle. There is no selling or chasing around-
just light telephone work in a warm office.

The University of Michigan
Medical Center accommodated
over 21,000 patients in the hos-
pital last year.

Apply for job in person
10-6 Sunday only
Stouffer's Northland Inn
at Northland Shopping Center
Room 143 - 144

Toronto Newspaper
Assails Politician for
Anti-Semitic Speech

TORONTO, (JTA) - The Tor-
onto Globe and Mail charged
editorially that there were "anti-
Semitic inclinations" in an elec-
tion speech by a Social Credit
Party candidate last week, and
called on the party's leader to
"disown" the candidate immedi-
ately.
Unless he does so, the paper
said, "the public will be entitled
to conclude that the Socreds are
willing to harbor men of such
unpleasant opinions within their
ranks."
The candidate, Neil Car-
michael, contesting the St. Paul's
riding, told an audience there
last week that the Rothchild fam-
ily was trying to buy up all
Canadian mines it could and was
working through a non-Jewish
agent. The Rothschilds, he as-
serted, were part of an inter-
national circle of financiers
attempting to get control of all
Canadian business.
"Mr. Carmichael did not take
an openly anti-Semitic line," the
paper said, "but the tone of his
remarks suggested that Jewish
international financiers w e r e
somehow working against the
interests of the Canadian people.
He said that the Rothschild fam-
ily were trying to buy all the
Canadian mines they could and,
by adding that they were work-
ing through a non-Jewish agent,
implied that this was in the
nature of a conspiracy."
The editorial added that "this
sort of talk is more absurd than
objectionable, but it comes very
close to the familiar anti-Semitic
propaganda dealing with Jewish
financiers and their alleged
machinations to enslave the
world."
Robert Day, president of the
Young Social Credit Association
of Ontario, said he found "Mr.
Car mi cha e s anti-Semitism
thoroughly distasteful" and de-
clared he would resign from that
post unless Carmichael gave up
his candidacy. A Social Credit
Party spokesman said that Robert
Thompson, the party's national
leader, had asked for an investi-
gation of the speech.
Robert Thompson, national
chief of the Social Credit Party,
issued a statement declaring
that Carmichael would be per-
mitted to continue his campaign
but would not be encouraged
to seek election again.

Canadian Educator
Dr. Goldstick Dies

LONDON, Ont., Canada,
(JTA) - Dr. Isadore Goldstick,
member of a well-known Cana-
dian Jewish family, teacher of
modern languages in London
High Schools and the first Jew-
ish secondary school teacher in
Ontario, died here at the age of-
73.
A native of Latvia, he was
educated in Toronto and was a
graduate of the University of
Toronto. He had made many
translations from Yiddish writ-
ers and was a founder and
board member of the Canadian
Jewish Congress.

Rabbi Leipziger Dies, 85
Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger,
rabbi emeritus of Touro Syna-
gogue, New Orleans, died in
Houston, Monday, at the age
of 85.

Nazi 'Euthanasia'
Expert Extradited
for Trial in Germany

FRANKFURT, (JTA)-Rein-
hold Vorberg, the first Nazi war
criminal ever extradited by
Spain, arrived here to stand
trial for the "euthanasia" mass
murder of 100,000 "mentally re-
tarded"- and "mentally ill" per-
sons, including Jews, during
World War II.
The West German govern-
ment, in its request for Vor-
berg's extradition, charged him
with a role in Hitler's plan to
create a "master race." Vorberg
was arrested in Barcelona last
December at the request of the
Bonn government.
Material furnished by East
German sources on Professor
Werner Heyde, the 59-year-old
physician charged with heading
the Nazi "euthanasia" program,
and Vorberg's wartime chief,
will facilitate further investiga-
tions into the cases of several
other persons suspected of hav-
ing participated in the program,
Chief Public Prosecutor Fritz
Bauer declared here.
He said that the trial of Pro-
fessor Heyde would probably
begin this summer. It was
Bauer who had dug up the
Vorberg case and initiated the
successful effort to have the
man extradited from Spain.

Polish Documents
Made Available
for Thelmno Trial'

BONN, (JTA) - Documents
obtained by two Bonn public
prosecutors from a Polish mili-
tary mission in Berlin will be
introduced into the trial here
of 12 former SS guards of the
Chelmno extermination camp
where 180,000 Jews were killed
during the Second World War.
Testimony which was to have
been presented by Gustav Sorgi,
former inspector of the Sach-
senhausen concentration camp,
on the techniques of gas van
exterminations, will be post-
poned since the new Polish
material also contains details
on the same subject.
In testimony on wartime con-
ditions in the Lodz Ghetto,
former police inspector Guen-
ther Fuchs, who is being de-
tained in Hanover, said that,
while in 1943 there were 170,000
Jews in the ghetto, only 70,000
Jews remained when the ghetto
was liquidated in 1944.

"Brotherhood is something
YOU can do for your country
by believing in it and prac-
ticing it."-Lee H. Bristol

-

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healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)- dis-
covery of a world-famous research
institute. This substance is now avail-
able in suppository or ointment form
called Preparation H®. At all drug

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