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July 12, 1963 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

50—BUSINESS CARDS

SOUTHFIELD Washington Heights
Sub. Large lot. All improvements.
Must sell. WO 5-3896 or 626-6708.

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

British Home Secretary Appeals
to Jews on Racial Incitement Issue

Mrs. Eisendrath Dies
After Long Illness

Mrs. Maurice N. (Rosa) Eisen-
LONDON, (JTA) — Henry by Lord Walston, who said he drath, a leader of Reform
19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Brooke, the British Home Sec- could not understand how Bri- Judaism and the wife of the
MASTER PLBG.
retary, appealed for Jewish tain could seek to guide other president of the Union of
First Floor Office Space
DR 1 -4634
DR 1 -341 5 understanding of his opposition nations when not only racial American Congregations, died
at Reasonable Rental.
Inquire at
to legislation outlawing public discrimination, but actual in- July 3 after a long illness, at
incitement against racial and citement to racial hatred, was Mount Sinai Hospital , New
ZEMAN'S BAKERY
DRESSMAKING
permitted to go unchecked in York.
religious groups.
12945 West 7 Mile cor. Sorrento
As the wife of the leader of
the country. The bill would
All
Kinds
of
Alterations
UN 2-9300
He told the House of Com- strengthen existing provisions the c en t r al congregational
Call for Appointments
mons that he had no desire to of the Public Order act, but it
body of Re-
be the first Home Secretary to does not specifically make in-
form Judaism,
UN
3-8283
26—LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE
introduce into British law a con- citement to religious or racial
she a c co m-
1 71 75 ROSELAWN
cept that "some of my fellow
p ained him
ATTENTION BUILDERS
EPOR BETTER wall washing. call citizens are to be singled out for hatred a criminal offense,
on countless
James Russell. One 'day service
Five • choice building sites in
Lord
Chancellor
Dilhorne,
special protection because of
visits in this
TO 6-4005 526 Belmont.
beautiful Lake Angelus Golf
View Estates on Walton Blvd.
the race to which they belong." speaking against the amend-
country a n d
A-1 PAINTING. paperhanging, in-
just beyond Silver Lake Road.
ment, asserted that its approval
terior, exterior. Immediate serv-
abroad. In
"I would ask my friends of would make a criminal offense
Lots average 80 to 100 ft. in
ice.
Guaranteed.
Reasonable.
UN
width. Surrounded by two lakes
1958 she was
the Jewish community and else- of any words used in private
4-0326.
and a golf course. Paved roads,
with Dr Eis-
where to think whether a sort conversation which were held
water and gas. Private beach
endrath on
for residents. Priced for quick
of racial division within society to constitute an offense.
sale. Call Otto Schultz.
an internation-
is what they really desire," he
A REPAIR SPECIAL
GORDON WILLIAMSON
al peace mis-
said. He spoke in moving for a
sion which
COMPANY
second reading in Commons of International Body
$3.00
19180 GRAND RIVER
took them on
changes in the Public Order bill Formed to Plan for
a five-month
KE 2-3400
which would strengthen penal-
All make sewing machines,
tour of the
ties for incitement to religious Monument in Dachau
SAGINAW BAY. Year round home.
vacuum cleaners and irons. No
Far East. They
or racial antagonism.
Completely furnished. Must sell.
BRUSSELS, (JTA) — An
charge for home estimates. Store
VE 6-3242.
hours 9:30-:700. This special will
The bill was an outgrowth of International Committee for a Mrs. Eisendrath met with re-
last for only 2 weeks. New and
a series of rallies sponsored by Dachau Monument has been ligious and political figures,
rebuilt sewing machines for sale.
26-A—LAKE PROERTY FOR
Britain's three fascist and neo- formed here under the presi- including General and Mrs.
RENT
Nazi movements which sparked dency of Arthur Haulot, Belgian Chiang Kai-Chek, Prime Mini-
wild rioting in London's Tra- High Commissioner for Tourism ster Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime
869-6464
CHARLEVOIX. Boulder Park. Lux-
falgar Square and in heavily- and former President of the Minister Robert G. Menzies of
urious home and guest house,
completely equipped. 1 or 2
Jewish sections of the city last International Commit tee to Australia, and Occidental . and
months. LI 5-6289.
Oriental spiritual leaders.
PAINTING and decorating, plaster- year. The Home Secretary had develop the project.
Mrs. Eisendrath gave up a
ing. Repairs. Work on job. Low previously rejected demands for
The
new
committee
expects
cost. Best work. UN 4-8534.
30-A—INSTRUCTION
legislation specifically making within a few weeks to choose promising career as a concert
HEBREW TUTOR. Experienced wo- ALL CARPENTER work. Porch such incitement a criminal from four designs for a monu- pianist to devote herself to her
railings, steps, floors, partitions,
man teacher. Remedial. LI 8-2070.
front doors. Kitchen cabinets offense.
ment to remind humanity of the husband's endeavor. Born in
and cedar closets. Work myself.
REMEDIAL Reading Specialist. In-
degredation and deaths meted Bonham, Tex., she spent her
He
said
that
for
some
years,
342-1880.
dividualized instruction. By ap-
childhood in Okla hom a. A
"small fascist groups" had been out by the Nazis in one of their graduate of Milwaukee-Downer
pointment. KE 7-9115.
first concentration camps in
holding
public
meetings
and
55—MISCELLANEOUS
College, Mrs. Eisendrath did
that they had dwindled to three Germany. Two of the designs
40—EMPLOYMENT
TURN YOUR old suits - shoes into groups "because they tended to are from Yugoslavia, one from post-graduate work at the Uni-
. she
cash. DI 2-3717.
quarrel among themselves." He West Germany and one from versity of Chicago where m
specialized in the field of music
An Unusual Opportunity
contended that "practically no Britain.
as a pianist. Folowing her mar-
57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
one" had gone to those meet-
For The Right Man
The monument is scheduled riage she lived in Charleston,
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
ings and that "contempt is to be inaugurated April 29, W. Va., and Toronto, Ontario,
An agency with 500 present policy
GREY Renaissance carpeting. 70 much the best treatment for 196.5, the 20th anniversary of the where h e r husband occupied
holders, over one million dol-
yards. 2 purple upholstered chairs. their intolerant, malignant and liberation of the camp. The first
lars of insurance in force. Sales
pulpits.
Grey • drapes. 342-2117.
rejected doctrines."
committee decided last year at
experienced preferred. Excellent
In Toronto, Mrs. Eisendrath
a
meeting
in
Luxembourg
to
He asserted that the hate
fringe benefits. Guaranteed salary.
served on the Lieutenant Gov-
groups "badly misjudge the erect an international memorial ernor's Commission on Hous-
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Community Groups
British people" and that the at the site of the death camp. ing, and as vice-president of
Donate to New Hebrew existing law was fully effective. Since that time, the government the Cana d i a n Council of
Down River Branch
However, he said, the results of Bavaria promised to Prepare Women and of the Women's In-
Call Ed Kasperek for app`t.
Memorial Chapel
of the rally-sparked rioting had the camp, build a new museum ternational League for Peace
Spurred on by strong commun- provided that the Public. Order on the camp premises, and re-
DU 3-3450
and Freedom. In the U.S. she
ity enthusiasm, officers a n d Act was "not severe enough in locate before the end of 1963
had been actively engaged in
board members of the Hebrew its penalties — hence this bill. the refugees still living there.
the work of the World Council
WOMAN living in Blackstone Manor
desires a woman companion for Benevolent Society (Chesed shel
of Women, National Council of

Wed. and Sundays. 548-0825.
Emes), builders of the new He-
Grossinger Golf Tourneys
Jewish Women, and American
EOTJSEKEEPER. Part - time. Call brew Memorial Chapel at 26640 British Lords Drop
Guests at the Grossinger board of the World Union for
after 6:00 p.m. 537-6663.
Greenfield, near 11 Mile Rd.,
Amendment to Outlaw Country Club, Grossinger, N.Y., Progressive J u d a is m. After
Oak Park, are convening for
will be able to team with out- Rabbi Eisendrath assumed the
40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED periodic progress report meet- Racial Incitement
standing pros this summer in presidency of the UAHC in
ings
as
the
structure
nears
com-
LONDON, (JTA)—An amend- a series of pro-amateur golf 1943, they moved to Cincinnati
MAN with scrap business experi-
pletion.
ence wants job. 5484628. '
ment to the Public Order bill tournaments that will be held and in 1951 to New York City.
Although numerous community to make uttering or publishing at the resort. Before each tour-
Mrs. Eisendrath began her
45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES organizations have displayed an of words constituting an incite- ney, the pros will hold a free career as a m u s i c i a n, with
extreme interest in the need for ment to hatred on grounds of golf-instruction clinic for the studies under the noted pianist,
Woodland Lake
this Orthodox chapel by making religion, race, or color, a crimi- guests. There'll also be sweet- Mossayee Boguslawski, a n d
Trailer Court
treasury gifts to the Hebrew nal offense, was proposed and heart tournaments, hole-in-one herself taught piano during the
Full permit for 44 more recrea-
Benevolent Society, there are withdrawn during consideration contests, and other competition early years of her married life.
tion building laundromat. 478
feet. Grand River and Hacker
also a great number of individual of the bill in committee in the for links enthusiasts. The Gros-
In Toronto, Mrs. Eisendrath
Road frontage for shopping
contributors.
center. 1,000 families within mile
House of Lords. .
singer 18-hole championship organized the Red Cross chap-
circle. 900 ft. beatiful lake front-
Organizations which have al-
The amendment was offered course is in superb condition. ter of the Sisterhood of Holy
age ($50,000.) home, 4 car garage.
ready pledged or paid contribu-
Blossom Temple during the
MUST SELL
tions toward the building of the
Second World War; was chair-
OWNER, GEORGE OLMASHY
new chapel include:
man of the Committee on
8005 WEST GRAND RIVER
Aesculapian Ladies Auxiliary, Aes-
Housing and Slum Clearance of
CORNER HACKER ROAD
culapian Pharmaceutical Associa-
BY
HENRY
LEONARD
tion, Berdech-Keshenev Society,
BRIGHTON
the Local Council of Women of
Brezner Aid Society, Center Busi-
Canada, and was a member of
nessmen's Club, Chesed shel Emes-
Ladies Auxiliary, Cong. Gemiluth
the Board of the Toronto Sym-
50—BUSINESS CARDS-
Chassodim-Women, Cong. Mogen.
phony Orchestra.
Abraham, Eastern Ladies Society,

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NOTTINGHAM SPRINKLERS
527-5044

Equality Club, First Hebrew Cong.
of Delray, Cong. Gemiluth Chasso-
dim, Goodfellowship Women's Aux-
iliary, Hebrew Ladies Aid Society,
JWV Yetz-Cohen Post, Friends of
Knights of Pythias, Maccabees Mat-
tathias Tent, Northern Frog. Ladies
Society, Osthovtzer Friendship So-
ciety, Progressive Ladies Aid So-
ciety, Rochel Laya Stepin Aid So-
ciety, Twelfth Street Mothers Club,
Vladimeritzer Emergency Relief Or-
ganization, Chaim Weizmann So-
ciety, Workmen's Circle Branch
460E, Yiddish Folks Farein, Zamosc
Tamoshover Prog. Society, Berez-
nitzer Aid Society, Bialistoker-West-
ern Aid Society, Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah, Detroit Fruit Ven-
dors Protective Association, Good-
fellowship Club, Jericho Lodge,
Pinsker Prog. Aid Society, Radomer
Aid and Ladies Society, Rovner-
Lachowitzer Society, Turover Aid
Soc., Yeshivah Beth Yehudah and
Zhitomer Prog. Aid Society.

Rabbi Israel I. Rockoye, execu-
tive director, may be reached
by phoning TY 6-1686 for infor-
mation.
Morris Dorn is president of
the Hebrew Benevolent Society
and Hyman Mitnick is fund-rais-
ing chairman for the new chapel.

Only part of one's laudable
qualities may be told in his
face.—Erubin 19

Dr. M. Rosenblueth,
Veteran Zionist, Dies

"Listen to him! With my people suffering 3000
years of persecution and misery . . he wants I
should be emotionally secure."
cop, 1963, Dayenu Productions

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Dr. Mar-
tin Rosenblueth, a veteran Zion-
ist and former representative in
the United States of Israel MM-
istry of Finance, died here Sun-
day at the age of 77. He was
the brother of Pinchas Rosen,
the former Minister of Justice.
Born in Germany, Dr. Rosen-
blueth served successively as
director of the Cophenhagen of-
fice of the World Zionist Organ-
ization, representative of the
Keren Hay e s o d in Central
Europe and director of the Lon-
don office of the Central Bureau
for the Settlement of German
Jews. He came to the United
States in 1940 when he was
named director of information
of the United Palestine Appeal
and represented the Israel Fi-
nance Ministry in New. York
from 1949 until his retirement
in 1961.

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