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June 14, 1963 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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40—EMPLOYMENT

50—BUSINESS CARDS

SALESPEOPLE WANTED

CEMENT, PAINTING, and Plaster-
ing. All city violations corrected.
TO 6-6673.

Men or women to service real
estate brokers. Draw to qualify.
Over 45 okay.

RELIABLE wall washer. $4.00 up.
One day service. TY 8-7243. TE
4-5796.

AETNA MORTGAGE CO.
UN 3-3191

55—MISCELLANEOUS

ONE elementary Hebrew teacher
and 1 Jewish history teacher for
Sunday morning in Oak Park.
Call UN 3-0584, Mr. Farber.

QUALIFIED HEBREW
TEACHERS WANTED

State all qualifications. Write
Box 584. The Jewish News.
17100 West Seven Mile Road.
Detroit 35, Michigan.

SALESMEN WANTED

Are you interested in making a
very good living? Our salesmen
average between $12,000 to $18,000
first year. If you are consci-
entious, hard working, you too
can earn the same. No can-
vassing or soliciting.

APPLY IN PERSON

43800 MICHIGAN AVE.

West of Wayne, Michigan

TRADITIONAL Synagogue seeks ex-
perienced youth counselor for
teen-age group. BR. 2-3906.

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

LADY will baby-sit. Call DI 1-4591.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

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

NORTHLAND
MOVING & STORAGE CO.
LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE

Agent For
Lyon Van Lines Inc.

342-3151

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

TILE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?

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

UN 1-5075

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

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

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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

Plumbing and Heating, all types
of plumbing, water heaters, base-
ment toilets, second floor bath-
rooms. all types of installations.
Free estimates.

MASTER PLBG.
DR 1-4634
DR 1-3415

A-1 PAINTING. paperhanging, in-
terior, exterior. Immediate serv-
ice. Guaranteed. Reasonable. UN
4-0326.

TURN YOUR old suits - shoes into
cash. DI 2-3717.

French Gestapo
Official Jailed

MARSEILLES, (JTA) —Jean
Barbier, a French national who
was a Gestapo official during
the occupation of France and
charged with the torture and
shooting of hundreds of Jews
and anti-Nazis, was disclosed to
have been jailed by the Mar-.
seilles military tribunal on his
own request.
Condemned to death in ab-
sentia after France's liberation,
Barbier lived peacefully for
years in Marseilles under an as-
sumed name of Leroyer. It was
learned that police knew of his
whereabouts since 1961 when a
13 - year - old girl complained
about brutalities Leroyer had
inflicted on her. A police inves-
tigation of the charges disclosed
Leroyer's true identity but the
Marseilles military tribunal ac-
corded him "provisional lib-
erty."
The tribunal decided to in-
carcerate him at his own re-
quest made, it was believed, out
of Barbier's fears that survivors
of the Gestapo's torture dunge-
ons might respond to the leni-
ency shown Barbier by killing
him.
In asking to be imprisoned,
Barbier said he did so that he
could reveal "the whole truth."
But there were reports that he
had received threatening let-
ters which induced him to
choose the security of a prison
until he might arrange to find
a new refuge under a new iden-
tity. He was in charge of a spe-
cial section of the Gestapo in
Greenhold during the occupa-
tion.

JNF Plans Land
Reclamation Along
Jordanian Border

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
project for the reclamation of
3,250 acres of land along the
Jordanian border, so as to
strengthen the frontier posts
along Jordan by the establish-
ment of new settlements there,
was announced by the Jewish
National Fund's Land Develop-
ment Authority.
The JNF executive commit-
tee also voted to carry out a
number of other reclamation
projects in 1963, involving 6,500
acres in 52 settlements. Shimon
Ben-Shemesh, director of the
Land Development Authority,
reported that 4,800,000 trees
were planted during the last
season, providing nearly 750,000
days of work for Israelis.

V. Gollancz Proclaims
Self Judaeo Christian

"Our hope is that by bringing
together a number of prayers
that we have happened upon we
Sprinkler Systems Installed and
Repaired. Reasonable rates. All
may have illustrated, haphaz-
work guaranteed. References.
ardly enough, a by no means
NOTTINGHAM SPRINKLERS
unfamiliar theme. Which is this:
`From amidst diversified and
527-5044
often warring creeds: over a
vast span of history: in the
language of many a nation—the
DRESSMAKING
single voice of a greater Human-
AB Kinds of Alterations
ity rises confidently to heaven.' "
Call for Appointments
These words are from the pre-
face by Victor Gollancz to the
UN 3-8283
book that he and Barbara
17175 ROSELAWN
Greene edited together, "God
of a Hundred Names," to be
published July 12 by Double-
BASEMENT
day.
LEAKS !
Victor Gollancz, London pub-
All work guaranteed-3 years.
lisher and author, talks of his
Reasonable.
religion as "nothing in par-
SUBURBAN BASEMENT REPAIR ticular, but I sometimes de-
scribe myself as a liberal, non-
424-1330
practising Judaeo - Christian."
PAINTING, exterior-interior. Free His co-author, Barbara Greene,
estimates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639. I
s a practising Roman Catholic.
KE 8-1047.

Ben-Gurion. Discusses Renewed
Syrian Attacks With Truce Chief

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Re-
newed Syrian attacks on an
Israeli patrol boat on Lake
Tiberias and on Israeli field
workers in the Shaar Hagolan
area were among the subjects
discussed between Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion and
Gen. Odd Bull, the new chair-
man of the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization.
The meeting also was attend-
ed by Henri Vigier, • political
adviser for Bull, and Col. Yosef
Kalev of the Israeli General
Staff. Premier Ben-Gurion re-
portedly cited the new wave of
unprovoked attacks from Syrian
positions on the northeast shore
of Lake Tiberias where the
Syrian gunners opened fire on
'Sunday on an Israeli patrol
vessel with mortars and heavy
machineguns. The fire was re
turned and no casualties were
reported. Earlier attacks were
aimed at field workers in the
Shaar Hagolan area and at
fishermen on the lake.
The Prime Minister pointed
out to General Bull that, until
Sunday, the Syrians had not
recently used machine guns
and recoilless rifles on the set-
tlements and added that Israel
would not countenance repeat-
ed aggressions without reply.
(In Damascus, the Syrian au-
thorities charged that Israeli
jet planes fired rockets this
weekend into a Syrian border
village near Lake Tiberias and
that an Israeli boat had shelled
a Syrian outpost.)
* * *
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,
(JTA)—Syria complained to the
United Nations that Israeli jet
planes fired machine guns and
rockets against a Syrian village
near Lake Tiberias Sunday but
Israel immediately replied that
"there is not the slightest
proof" to the allegations.
In a letter to Secretary Gen-
eral U Thant, Selah el Din
Tarazi, Syria's permanent repre-
sentative here, alleged that two
Israeli jet planes flew over
Syrian territory Sunday morn-
ing firing machine guns and
rockets, "with which they bom-
barded the village of el Douga."
A few minutes earlier, accord-
ing to the Syrian complaint, an
Ishaeli armored vessel on Lake
Tiberias shot automatic fire and
mortar shells at Syrian positions
at el Douga, "causing the Syrian
positions to return fire."
A spokesman for the Ishaeli
delegation here declared: "On
Friday last and again on Sun-
day an Israeli police boat carry-
ing out routine patrols on the
Lake came under fire from
Syrian fortified positions near
the shore. These cases of illegal
and unprovoked armed attack
by Syrian forces on Israel
vessels within Israel territory
are a serious danger to the
peace. There is not the slightest
proof to Syrian reports that
Israel planes and rockets were
used, or that the firing was
initiated by the Israel police
boat."
The Syrian letter did not re-
port a meeting of the Security
Council, but asked only that the
contents be circulated to all
members of the United Nations.
*

Israel farmers in the region of
Tel Katzir in Northeast Israel
and at Israeli patrol boats on
Lake Tiberias.
"The culpability and respon-
sibility of the Syrian govern-
ment," Comay declared in the
note, "cannot be evaded by put-
ing out false and unfounded
stories."
The letter, which drew the
Secretary General's attention to
"the • constant harrassment of
Israel fishermen on the lake
and the constant Syrian incur-
sions onto the lake,"- noted that
18 such incidents had occurred
during the recent fishing sea-
son.
Comay also listed five inci-
dents in which Syrian fire was
directed at Israeli farmers in
the Tel Katzir area and noted
that "on numerous occasions
representations have been made
to the Syrian government by
UN authorities in an attempt to
bring a halt to this aggressive
and provocative behavior and to
allay the tensions to which it
gives rise."

Moroccan Jew Seeks
Rights in Parliament

CASABLANCA, (JTA)—Mey-
er Obadia, a leader of the Mo-
roccan Jewish community who
was named to parliament in the
country's recent elections, told
a Jewish Telegraph Agency
correspondent that he would
work in parliament to make the
views of Moroccan Jewry un-
derstood and to have their
rights and interests safeguard-
ed. He said the latter included
freedom of movement.
Declaring that the Moroccan
Jewish community had elected
him and that he would do
everything to defend their in-
terests, he emphasized that he
would strive to "remain faith-
ful to my God, my King and
my country."

Israel's Mapam Party
Agrees to Unification

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — The left - wing
Mapam Party agreed Tuesday
night to join the other three
labor parties on unification.
The decision followed lengthy
talks between Mapam and Ach-
dut Avodah during which Ma-
pam was induced to agree to
join in the talks. It was learned
that while Map am leaders
agreed to join in such talks the
issue of Mapam's return to Is-
rael's coalition government was
considered impractical at the
present time.

DAMENU

Iran Suspects
Nasser Ordered
Riots in Teheran

LONDON, (JTA)—Anti-Israel
overtones in the rioting against
the modern reforms instituted
by the Shah of Iran indicate
that Egyptian conspirators were
involved, it was reported here
from Teheran.
'ranks and jeeps were used
by the government against the
demonstrators who poured into
Teheran, some of them shout-
ing that Iran break off "all
links with Israel." Iran grant-
ed Israel defacto recognition
more than 10 years ago but has
no diplomatic representation in
Israel. Gen Hassan Pakravan,
Teheran's security chief, hinted
at a news conference that Presi-
dent Nasser was behind the riot-
ing. -

15,000 Professionals
Go on Warning Strike
for Wages in Israel

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — More
than 15,000 professional em-
ployed in public and govern-
ment institutions called a two-
hour warning strike June 6
for changes in their pay. They
included doctors, engineers,
laboratory workers and techni-
cians.
Despite a warning from the
Histadrut, Israel's Labor Fed-
eration, that it opposed the
strike and that its members
should ignore it, only a small
number of the professionals re-
mained on the job. The profes-
sionals struck to win an in-
crease in grants for profession-
al literature and a rise in the
"high cost of living roof," a ref-
erence to the index to which
wages are linked.
The strikers held- protest
meetings in various institutions,
including hospitals and clinics.
They warned that a longer
strike might be called if their
demands were not met. Hista-
drut officials warned of the
possibility of penalties against
the strikers.

Jewish Agency Tests
Techniques in Hebrew

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Mod-
ern methods of teaching Hebrew,
ranging from the use of an elec-
tronic Language Laboratory to
the Ulpan method, were sur-
veyed in a recent • all-day sem-
inary workshop sponsored by the
Department of Education and
Culture of the American Section
of the Jewish Agency for Israel.
Some 50 educators teaching He-
brew in high schools, colleges
and adult education centers at-
tended the workshops.

BY HENRY LEONARD1

hCS

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. —
Ambassador Michael S. Comay,
Israel's permanent representa-
tive to the United Nations,
Wednesday branded as a "frivo-
lous untruth" Syrian allegations
that Israeli planes attacked the
Syrian village of El Douga last
weekend.
In a letter to Secretary Gen-
eral U Thant, which Comay
asked be circulated among the
members of the Security Coun-
cil, Ambassador Comay stressed
the gravity of the situation cre-
ated by the "pattern of .aggres-
sion and harrassment" of Syr-
ian army positions firing on

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