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May 14, 1965 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-14

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

22-C-REAL ESTATE - CANADA

PRACTICAL NURSING for mothers
and new born babies. $13 a day. Stay
week or weeks. Phone 834-8016.

Coyle, 19341
Open Sun. 2-5

WINDSOR, CANADA

Charming cent. ent. colonial, blt.
'51, 112 baths, rear pan. Den.
w/blt-ins, attic fan, lovely kitch.
large screened terrace, brick Bar-
B-Q & patio, 2V, car gar. THEL-
MA POLSKY, 342-8255 or VE 8-0077.

For all kinds of Real Estate-resi-
dential, commercial, industrial, va-
cant and lake frontage, call Earl
Totton Real Estate, 911 Canada
Trust Bldg., 256-4693. Morris Moss-
man-sales representative, 253-2706.

SCHAEFER 19723. Brick duplex, 1
floor. 264-6208.

PONTIAC LAKE front. Beautiful cot-
tage. Electric kitchen, shower and bath.
Completely furnished. Glass porch.
Safe sandy beach. Rent or sell. LI
7-2913.

WARREN SEELYE

FRANKLIN KNOLLS

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE

Ranch. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, den.
Dishwasher, fireplace, appliances,
attic fan, newly draped and painted.
Attached garage, full basement.
$24,900.

26-A-LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT

MA 6-6154

Modern-furnished on Lake St. Clair.
14 nine from Tunnel. For rent-
July and August. Safe beach for
children. Excellent swimming. A
paradise for 2 months.

SUMMER HOME

HUNTINGTON WOODS

By owner. 13324 Balfour. Open 2-5
p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 3 bed-
rooms, 2 baths, parquet floors.
Large lot.

LADIES APPAREL SHOP

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

REMEDIAL READING
AND MATH

7 MILE-SCHAEFER





6-3 Income. Let tenant pay. Newly
decorated. New carpeting and drapes,
beautiful knotty pine recr. room.
Near Jewish Center, synagogues,
good school. Sacrifice. OPEN 1-6
SUN. 18627 TRACEY. DI 1-0624.

TY 4-9704
TY 4-1696 after 8 p.m.

Classes now forming
Grades 1-12
Certified teachers
Four students per class

MICHIGAN CENTER OF
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
864-2066

BY OWNER

BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yiddish,
English; experienced teacher. 342-9254.

8 MI.-LAHSER AREA

4-BEDROOM RANCH

20148 Northrop. 2 full baths, pan-
eled den, fully tiled and parti-
tion basement, carpeting, drapes.
112 car garage. Walk to Down and
Taft Schools. $22,900. KE. 5-0493.

MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school
teacher. BS, MS degrees. 15 years ex-
perience. Modern or traditional mathe-
matics. 353-3562.

WOULD LIKE to join couple driving
to Mexico City or Texas on or about
third week in June. Drive and share
expenses. DI. 1-2940.

40-EMPLOYMENT

AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN

4 different locations. Groups of 10
to 150. Fully improved lots. Ready
to go with sewer, water and pav-
ing installed.

MR. FRIEDMAN

UN 2-6047

DELICATESSEN counter man. Exper-
ienced. Days or nights. Sol's Delica-
tessen. DI. 1-2553.

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

SOUTHFIELD-Residential lot, 100x135
Magnolia sub. on Magnolia Parkway.
Sewer and water in. Anxious. Reduced
$2,000. Brenner, UN 1-2265.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

TEACHER OF HEBREW

SOUTHFIELD

Attention builders and developers!
Acreage parcels with truck line
improvements adjacent to prop-
erty. Nothing could be hotter.

LAND REALTY CO.

UN 1-0346

UN 4-8735

CHOICE LOT on Stratford-Washing-
ton Heights Sub-Division. 100x135, all
utilities. West of Southfield. EL. 6-
7326.

17-H-7--HOME CONSULTATION

BUYING A NEW HOME?
ARE YOU GETTING
WHAT YOU PAY FOR?

We offer a unique inspection and
consultation service backed by 15
years of residential building experi-
ence. Nominal fee. For information
call: .

LI 6-0948

18-B-STORES FOR LEASE

20x75 STORE. Excellent location for an-
type of business. KE 2-3686.

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

969-2422 or 948-4802

YOUTH ADVISOR for Synagogue
Youth Group. Experienced. Good Jew-
ish background. Contact Mr. Kaplan.
LI. 8-9000.

UN 4-8735

BLOOMFIELD, Southfield, Oak Park,
Farmington areas. Builders 245 im-
proved lots. Developers acreage, sewer,
water. Meljoy, 541-7332.

Household and
Office Furniture

Bible, bible commentaries, conversa-
tion. Time and salary, open to dis-
cussion. Temple Beth-El. WINDSOR,
ONT.

ATTN: INVESTORS

LAND REALTY CO.

A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior.
wallwashing. immediate service. Guar-
anteed. Reasonable. UN 4-0326 after
5 p.m.

Local and Long Distance Packing,
storage, pianos. appliances, house-
hold furnishings.
8700 West McNichols Rd.

CALL TE 1-6700

LAND REALTY CO.

UN 1-0346

Anywhere, anytime, any place.
By the hour, $9.50 for 2 men
or free estimates on flat rates.
568-2516

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

for supervisor of stock room in
Linen Supply Co. No experience
necessary. Excellent starting salary.
Fringe benefits. Good working
conditions. Opportunity for advance-
ment.

SOUTH FIELD

We have several choice plots of
acreage well located in Metro.
Detroit. Predominately in the
Northwest and North Woodward
communities. Tremendous growth
potential and excellent capital
gain situation. Call us for more
specifics.

ALL STAR
VAN & STORAGE

31-A-TRANSPORTATION
WANTED

DESIRABLE lot in Southfield. 145x175.
$5,900. EL 6-4384, TR 5-5297.

UN 4-8735

50-BUSINESS CARDS

9970 GRAND RIVER
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
WE 1-0621

OAK PARK - 4 lots for custom homes
on Kenosha nr. Einstein School. VE
6-6265.

UN 1-0346

D'grJCATESSEN - Restaurant. North-
west location. Owner deceased. Excel-
lent business opportunity. UN. 3-6397.

ALL POINTS DRIVER AGENCY

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

M. T. LEWIS, Broker
VE 7-3600

Owner wants it sold, 15 unit
brick bldg. Good renting
Linwood - McGraw area. In-
come $9,000 yr., only $5,000
dn. Call today!

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
Texas, Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
where.

29590 EVERETT, Southfield. Open Sun.
1-5. Attractive 2 bedroom ranch, den.
EL. 7-2583.

Large lot on Westhampton in North-
land Gardens Sub. Very few lots
left in this exclusive section. Only
$10,500.

Double Your Money

GROSS REALTY
Dl 2-1300

31-TRANSPORTATION

OPEN SUN.

SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

$5000. 3 long dress racks filled
with ladies dresses from name
brand wholesale companies. 5 all
glass display cases filled with
jewelry, lingerie, gloves, blouses,
large hat bar, hosiery bar, large
handbag rack all filled with mer-
chandise. Good going business,
health condition reason for selling.
JOY ROAD AREA.

UN 1-5790

LI 2-6807

Money in Your Pocket

Sharp 15 unit brk. bldg. 3 &
4 large rooms. Income over
$11,000 yr. great renting dist.
Dexter-Webb area. Don't de-
lay, call today!

TILE

GENERAL OFFICE

Typing correspondence and light
bookkeeping. Northwest section.

837-5100

541-4232

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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• • LADIES • • •
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• • APPAREL •• • •
• •
• •

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$375,000.00 Volume

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




And growing rapidly. Also 2 •
excellent suburban locations for :
sale, merger, consider selling •
1- or possibly a very qualified •
experienced Jr. partner.

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Write Box 710





The
Jewish
News
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17100 W. 7 Mile




Detroit, Mich. 48235 do •



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DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special

U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

UN 3-8766
UN 1-4950

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

DECORATING, interior, exterior paint-
ing. Small carpenter work. Clean and
quick service. Call Bill Powell. 542-3270.

LAWN SPRINKLER
SERVICE

INSTALLATION and

MAINTENANCE

WORK GUARANTEED

527-5044

BEAUILeUL OAK dining room set.
10 pieces. Will sacrifice. 17300 Indiana.

CUSTOM LAMPSHADES. New York
trimming. New and remodeled. LU.
4-6277 for appt.

DRAPES custom made. Very reason-
-
able. Free estimates. LI. 6-4171. •

Atlanta Plans
Hospitality
for Publishers

ATLANTA (WNS). - There
isn't much one can do to prolong
the fading blossoms of this city's
famous dogwood trees, but every-
thing possible is being done to
make the forthcoming visit of
American Jewish Press Associa-
tion members a memorable one,
it was declared here by Adolph
Rosenberg, editor and publisher
of the Southern Israelite, weekly
English-Jewish newspaper serv-
ing the southeastern United States.
Meeting in the Dogwood City
May 20-23 in their 22nd annual con-
vention, Association members can
expect true Southern hospitality
interwoven with their business de-
liberations, Rosenberg said.
Marking the change of location
from its usual New York or Wash-
ington site, Mr. Morris Janoff,
publisher of the Jersey City Jew-
ish Standard and president of the
organization, noted, "We hope this
change will mark the beginning
of a new 'grass roots level' of
understanding and communication
between our members and the
communities served by their pa-
pers."
The Caban Motel on Atlanta's
famed Peachtree Street will be
the headquarters for the conven-
tion. A highlight of the occasion
will be a community-wide dinner
marking the 40th anniversaries of
the Southern Israelite and the He-
brew Watchman of Memphis,
Tenn. Philip Slomovitz, editor of
The Jewish News of Detroit and
founder and first president of the
American Jewish Press Associa-
tion, is to be the leading speaker
at a session to be devoted to "The
Living Jewish Newspaper."
Declaring that the forthcoming
convention in his home city was
expected to draw unprecedented
attendance from Jewish newspa-
permen from all parts of the
country, Mr. Rosenberg said "we
hope not only to uphold our re-
putation for Southern hospitality,
but to revitalize the Association
and establish a rapport between
the public and the men who serve
it through the news media."

Vatican Lobbying
by Jews Deplored

NEW YORK.-Moses I. Feuer-
stein, president of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, representing over
3,000 synagogues in the United
States and Canada, scored sharp-
ly, at the annual dinner of the
Union at the New York Hilton,
"Jewish secular agencies which
are attempting to lobby for theo-
logical changes and doctrinal
amendments among the Catholic
clergy at the sessions of the
Ecumenical Council."
He maintained that "the Jew-
ish secular pressure groups
render a great disservice to the
welfare of Jewry by engaging in
programs intended to revise Cath-
olic teachings, liturgy, and cate-
chetical doctrines. These opera-
tions tend to diminish the dignity
of the Jewish community and to
create situations which are high.
ly detrimental to better inter-reli-
gious understanding."
Feuerstein pointed out that "the
Catholic Church alone must deter-
mine whether it wishes to change
its theology, dogmas and princi-
ples. The orthodox Jewish commu-
nity, under the aegis of its reli-
gious authorities, has always de-
clared that these questions of
theology arose exclusively within
the province of Christianity and its
structural beliefs and conscience.
World Jewry has suffered the evils
of hatred, persecution and blood-
shed for centuries due to the vici-
ousness of the label of deicide.
This is a blot on the historical re-
cord of Christianity. Its eradica-
tion is not the task of the Jewish
community and not a problem of
the Jewish conscience."

Ford Foundation
Grants Congress
House $300,000

NEW YORK-A $100,000 check
made out to the American Jewish
Congress was received at Stephen
Wise Congress House - the
first payment of a $300,000 grant

by the Ford Foundation to sup-
port the work of the Interracial
Council for Business Opportunity
(ICBO).
The interracial project was es-
tablished jointly last year by
Bank Leumi Sells Out
AJCongress and the Urban League
Its Courage Allotment
of Greater New York "to help give
NEW YORK.-Bank Leumi le- real meaning, in bread-and-butter
Israel, 60 Wall Street, today com- terms, to the struggle for racial
pletely sold out its allotment of equality," according to Murray A.
1000 special proof-like sets of Is- Gordon, chairman of the Congress'
rael's 1965 coinage. This was the New York 'Metropolitan Council.
The ICBO project offers guid-
first time that Israel coinage was
sold to coin collectors in the 'USA ance and counseling for Negroes

through commercial banking chan-
nels.
Long before the Bank opened at
9 o'clock-on what was also In-
dependence Day for the State of
Israel-a line of eager coin col-
lectors, of all ages, had formed
on Wall Street outside the Bank.
The Bank said it had been liter-
ally swamped with mail, telephone
and personal requests for the Is-
rael coinage. All mail requests
were returned because the coin-
age was sold only over-the-coun-
ter.

55-A-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

seeking help in opening their own
new companies or in strengthen-
ing existing small businesses.

More than 250 clients have been
helped since the Council's forma-
tion in 1964. The Ford Foundation
$300,000 grant, for a three-year
period, is expected to extend the
program to some 3,400 more per-
sons through the opening of ICBO
offices in Newark and Los An-
geles this year and in two addi-
tional cities next year.

Neo-Nazi Is Convicted of
Violating Building Law

LOS ANGELES (JTA)-Ralph
Forbes, the American Nazi Party
member who established a local
party headquarters in adjoining
56-ANTIQUES
Glendale, was convicted by a jury
of violating the Glendale city
REFINISHING, REPAIRING, RE-
STORING of old furniture and an-
building code by converting a
tiques. Expert work. Reasonable
residence to an assembly area.
prices. Pick-up and delivery.
The jury of five men and seven
Decore Antiques, Inc.
women found two other Nazi de-
16527 Hamilton
Highland Park fendants, Allen Vincent and Rob-
ert Giles, not guilty.
TO 1-5357
Forbes also was convicted on
charges of conducting meetings
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD

TURN YOUR OLD SUITS, topcoats,
shoes into cash. DI 2-3717.

GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

without a permit. Municipal Judge
Lee Stanton imposed a 60-day sus-
COLONIAL Dining Room set. Chest of
Drawers. Coffee Table. Large Mirror, pended jail sentence on Forbes.

end table (hardly used). Norge Washer
$40. Silverware. 15031 Dartmouth, Oak
Park (Near Greenfield-10 Mi.) Sunday
3-5.

60-CARS FOR SALE

1964 BUICK Electra Convertible. Ex
tra clean, full. powers. G.M. executive
car. EL. 7-0421.

A group of Glendale citizens seek-
ing to oust the Nazi party head-
quarters from Glendale were being
aided by the Jewish War Vet-

erans.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 14, 1965-37

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