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January 14, 1966 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-14

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18-B—STORES FOR LEASE

COOLIDGE AT 10 MI. RD.

FOR SALE OR LEASE in active
Oak Park shopping area. 40'x80'
store, air-conditioned. Includes 12x18
ft. walk-in cooler, and compressor.

LI 1-0300

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

INVESTMENT PROPERTY -
LIVERNOIS

6 stores—all rented. $21,000.

Nets $3,350 per year. Several
others.

VI 1-1400

ELSEA

56—ANTIQUES

40—EMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITY

Is really knocking. Investigate our
two 18x60 buildings located side by
side on Livernois near 7 Mile Road.
Zoned light commercial. Priced
building.
- right at $19,500 for each
Can be sold separately or together.
Located in the heart of the excel-
lent Livernois and 7 Mile exclusive
bUsiness district.

ROE-ROBERSON REALTY CO.

3120 N. Woodward

TYPIST

For full or part-time in Jewish
Social Agency. Knowledge of short-
hand helpful, but not necessary.
Excellent working conditions.
Northwest area location.

CALL DI 1-5959

Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

ARE YOU THE MAN?

IF you want to improve your finan-
cial future, this is your opportunity-
IF you are unhappy in your present
work, this is your opportunity.
IF you are semi-retired and want to
augment your earnings, this is your
opportunity.
IF you are retired and desire in-
come, this is your opportunity.
Many of our representatives are
eaning from $7500 to $25,000 per
year or more. Previous sales ex-
perience, in Real Estate, invest-
ments, building and loan or insur-
ance would be helpful but is not
necessary.
Former military, merchants, and
teachers are doing well with us. We
train you. No investment required.
Permanent and of professional dig-
nity. Are you the man who will
take advantage of this lifetime op-
portunity?
If so, contact us today. Send your
'brief resume with three local ref-
erences to 27570 Schoolcraft Road,
Livonia, Michigan 48150 or tele-
phone 425-0600, for a personal, con-
fidential interview. FINANCIAL
Programs, Inc.

HEBREW TEACHER wanted for tradi-
tional religious school for Sunday
mornings. 342-8126.

LI 9-5400

21—INVESTMENTS

Investor's Special !

2 stores and 2 flats on West Side,
all rented. 30% return on this in-
vestment. Call A. J. Knapp for
particulars.

Nathan H. Knoppow

16909 Livernois

Phone 863-4200

WE HAVE

Day workers, housekeepers, com-
panions, convalescent care, c h i 1 d
care, baby sitters. Bonded—Licensed.

Bonded Personnel Agency

10932 Grand River
933-0522

_ SALESMAN WANTED
FULL TIME
FOR MENS WEAR STORE

PLEASE CALL
VI 1-8364

22—REAL ESTATE WANTED

Want Cash for your Home!

Call Us, We Pay More!
Cash Often Within 24 Hours

DIVERSIFIED INVESTMENTS

342-1103

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

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

EXPERIENCED piano teacher. Will
teach beginning students. Call Miss
Judy Kay. UN 1-6489.

31—TRANSPORTATION

CARS TO BE GIVEN

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

ALL POINTS DRIVER AGENY

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

FLORIDA

Wanter party to drive 1966 Cadil-
lac to Miami Beach on or about the
15th or 16th of January. Must have
references, Reliable and have good
driving record.

VE 8-1500

Ask for Barney

40—EMPLOYMENT

GIRL FRIDAY

PART-TIME

Flexible hours. Modern one man
office. Must be willing to learn and
be proficient in math, record keep-
ing and typing. Potential career
position with salary increases.

CALL MI 6-5030, EXT. 27
BETWEEN 9 - 12
Must have own transportation.

RECEPTIONIST—Photography studio.
Mature woman. UN 2-0660.

STENOGRAPHERS
AND TYPIST
FOR POSITIONS IN
JEWISH AGENCIES
CALL MRS. VASS
WO. I -8570.

EXPERIENCED
PRIVATE SECRETARY

For executive Jewish Institution.
Expertly qualified in secretarial
skills. and human relations. Write
letter to arrange interview.

BOX 750
THE JEWISH NEWS
17100 W. 7 MILE
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48235

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

You'll see the Bizarre and the
Beautiful, the Quaint and the
Quixotic — everything from fine
antiques to inexpensive "What-
is-its" — at our ANTIQUES
WALK indoors at the Livonia
Mall on Thursday, Friday, Satur-
day — January 13, 14, 15 —
from 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
daily. No admission charge, free
parking.

LIVONIA MALL
SHOPPING CENTER
MIDDLEBELT & WEST
SEVEN MILE

"Where it's Springtime all the
time"

57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

MOVING—Disposing of entire house-
hold furnishings, clothing, sterling
silverware, jewelry, teakwood stands,
Oriental vases, etc. -Call after 11 a.m.
UN 1-4988. 16196 Griggs.

Supermarket Manager
Given 4-Year Sentence

Lady Sieff, Co-Founder of WIZO, Dies
in Tel Aviv; Famed as Zionist Leader

Lady Sieff, a co-founder with
Mrs. Chaim Wlizmann of the
Women's International Zionist
Organization — WIZO — died in
Tel Aviv last Saturday at the age
of 75. She had suffered from a
heart ailment and when her condi-
tion worsened her husband, Lord
(ISrael) Sieff, who last week be-
came a life peer, flew from Lon-
don to be with his wife. Thus,
Lady Sieff, who as Rebecca Sieff
did yeoman work hi advancing the
Zionist cause, did not live long
to enjoy the newly acquired title.
Lord Sieff is chairman of the
British department store chain
Marks & Spencer. His wife was a
sister of the late Lord Marks,
founder of the firm.
Lady Sieff made her home in
Tel Mond, Israel, since 1938. She
helped in the founding of WIZO
44 years ago and was the organiza-
tion's president until 1963. She

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Abraham
Feinberg, 34, former manager of
the Supersol supermarket chain in
Israel, was sentenced here Sunday
to four years imprisonment, after
being found guilty of arson and of
"juggling" the company's books.
Feinberg, a former Detroiter
who was born in Canada, was ar-
rested 18 months ago after a fire
had gutted the company's princi-
pal headquarters here, destroying
the firm's books. The fire occurred
after the company's home office,
in Canada, had appointed an ac-
countant to check suspected irreg-
ularities.
The District Court here, which
pronounced the sentence, said that
falsification of the Supersol's
books were aimed to show profits
instead of losses. The court noted
that shareholders of Supersol had
certified the fact that they had re-
ceived from Feinberg 62,000 Israe-
li pounds ($20,666) in damages,
cancelling the claims against him.

Germany, Israel . Name
Delegations for Talks
on Bonn's Economic Aid

Mrs. Stralser, Prominent in Women's
Groups as Parliamentarian, Dead at 83

Mrs. Rae L. Stralser, who died
Jan. 5, was in her 80s. But she
was active to the very end, man-
aged her home at 1000 Merton,
attended meetings and retained a
fine sense of humor.
Until the death of her husband,
Abraham Stralser, on Aug. 7, 1959-
they were married 55 years—they
were always together.
She was known as "the parlia-
mentarian." A charter member of
Detroit Hadassah and of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the United
Hebrew Schools, she wrote the
constitution for the latter, and
whenever parliamentary questions
arose—in local Jewish groups she



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window, $10.00 per thousand.

M & M SPECIALTY CO.
Call Anytime After 6

541-3521

BOOKKEEPER and general office work.
N.C.R. billing machine knowledge pre-
ferable but not necessary. 1200 Trum-
bull, WO 1-3656, INO 1-7693.

alterations.
dressmaking,
EXPERT
First class work. Oak Park. 542-9146.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, January 14, 1966

PAINTING—exterior, interior. Free
estimates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, KE 8-
1047.

Ex - City of Hope Head Dies

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Chaim
Shapiro, attorney, a founder and
former president of the City of
Hope, a leader in the Histadrut
and Jewish labor activities in Los
Angeles for many years, died here
at the age of 79.

was always called upon to render
decisions.
In addition to her active role in
Hadassah and life membership in
the Hebrew Schools' Ladies' Aux-
iliary, she was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and honorary di-
rector of its sisterhood; a 50-year-
member of Purity Chapter, Order
of Eastern Star; and a member of
the Women's Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Home for the A g e d, ORT,
National Council of Jewish
Women, Mizrachi and Sinai Hos-
pital Women's Guild.
Born in Pittsburgh, she lived in
Detroit for more than 65 years.
She is survived by nieces and
nephews.

Jack Tobin, President of Hebrew Free
Loan, Traditionalist, Zionist, Dies at 71

Jack Tobin, of 19888 Cranbrook,
president of the Hebrew Free
Loan Association and for many
years an active member of the
B 0 N N (JTA) — - Asher Ben-
Nathan, Israel's first ambassador board of the United Hebrew
45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
to West Germany, and Dr. Rolf
Lahr, state secretary at the West Dr. Zoltan Klar, 72
LUMBER YARD
German Foreign Office, will head
and HARDWARE
NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Zoltan
their respective delegations for
in fast growing downriver area—
Klar, a prominent Jewish physi-
negotiations
for
West
German
eco-
bldg. and equipment. Terms or
cian and journalist, died here at
nomic aid to Israel.
trade.
The West German government the age of 72. He was editor of
VI 1-1400 announced it had extended a "first Az Ember, a Hungarian-language
ELSEA
SUNDAY morning bagel route—about credit" of $18,750,000 to Israel, weekly published here.
90 customers. Must sell. Call UN 2-0792.
Born in Hungary, Dr. Klar was
and that negotiations on an eco-
nomic agreement between the two sent by the Nazis to the Maut-
50—BUSINESS CARDS
countries would begin in January. hausen concentration camp, where
A pledge to negotiate such an he was a camp physician during
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after agreement was made by the West the Second World War. After the
6:30.
German government last spring in war he returned to Budapest
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James talks leading to an exchange of where he founded an organization
Russell. One day service. TO 64005.
diplomatic recognition between to aid Jewish concentration camp
526 Belmont.
victims. He was also an ardent foe
the two countries.
DECORATING, interior, exterior paint-
of the Soviet occupation of
ing. Small carpenter work. Clean and
quick service. Call Bill Powell. 542-3270.
Shortage of Technicians Hungary.
Dr. ,_Klar emigrated to Paris
in Israel by '69'
in 1949, and came to the United
LARKINS MOVING CO. Looms
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
States in 1952. Two years later he
to The Jewish News)
Household and
JERUSALEM — Israel faces the became editor of Az Ember. He
Office Furniture
prospect of a serious shortage of figured in a number of libel cases
LICENSED MOVERS
technicians and professional men arising from his charges against
PROFESSIONALS
by 1969 because of insufficient several Hungarian emigres whom
894-4587
high school graduates, Hanoch he accused of having Nazi back-
Smith, director of Israel's man- grounds. He won a $25,000 coun-
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR 3-4826, power planning authority, said ter-claim against the editor of a
LI 5-4035.
Tuesday at a press conference.
rival weekly whom he accused of
Asserting that only 15 per cent having pointed out Jews to be
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. of youngsters of high school age sent to concentration camps.
complete a high school education,
By Hour or Flat Rate
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor- the manpower expert said that a
age, pianos, appliances, household furn- decrease even in this percentage Two Yiddish Poets Dead
ishings.
NEW YORK (JTA) — Kalman
was likely because Oriental new-
8829 Northend Ferndale
comers and their first-generation Heisler, a well-known Yiddish
543 4832
UN 2 6047
children show a high dropout rate. poet, died after an operation. He
VIENNA furrier. Re-modeling, repairs. He added that the shortage was was 66. Born in Komarno, Poland,
Reasonable prices. DI 1-0462.
likely to be most severe in regis- he came to the United States in
tered nursing and in industries 1921. He was the author of sev-
Business cards, $5.50 per thousand,
requiring technicians with highly eral books of Yiddish poetry.
printed envelopes size 10 regular
* * *
$11.00 per thousand. Size 6 3/1 regu-
specialized training.
lar, $9.00 per thousand. Size 6 3,i,

nurse wishes
LICENSED practical
work. Part-time-5 day week. Experi-
enced masseuse. 538-3117.

also assisted in the founding of the
World Jewish Congress under the
leadership of the late Dr. Stephan
S. Wise.
In memory of her son, she es-
tablished with her husband the
Daniel Sieff Institute at Rehovoth,
which served as the beginning of
the Wlizmann Institute of Science.
Active in all important Jewish' , ,,
movements, she was instrumental,
in 1938, in assisting agricultural
workers. She toured the United
States and Canada during World
War II in behalf of Hadassah and
the Zionist movement.
Recognizing her welfare work,
by the British Crown, she was
named in 1960 an Officer in the
Order of the British Empire.
She escaped death in an Arab
commando raid on Tel Mond in
1956 when her gardener was killed
and she was thrown out of bed
by the explosion.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Pesach
Binetzki, well-known Yiddish poet,
died here at age 54. Born in Byali-
stok, where he started publishing
Yiddish verse in 1937, he spent
the war years in areas in the
USSR unoccupied by the Nazis,
emigrated to Poland in 1946, and
Came to Israel in 1949.

Schools, died Tuesday, at the age

of 71. Funeral services were held
Thursday at Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving are his wife, Zilpah
R.; a daughter, Mrs. Ben-Zion Got-
lib, of Flint; three grandchildren;
a brother, Louis; and four sisters,
Della of New York, Mrs. Lester
H. (Lena) of Palo Alto, California,
Mrs. Eric (Minnie) Menter of Port
Elizabeth, South Africa, and Mrs.
Reuben (Eunice) Cooper of Nor-
folk, Va. Two other sisters, Edna
and Fay Conal, passed away in
1961 and 1939 respectively.
Mr. Tobin, who was active also
in the Shaarey Zedek, retired from : -
active business several years ago,

having been among the most.,
prominent wholesale jewelers here-' ---

for 40 years. He was a dedicated
Zionist, assisted in numerous Is-
raeli projects and was known for
his devotion to traditional causes.
He was active also in behalf of
Hillel Day School and the Telshe
Yeshiva in Cleveland and the
American Jewish Congress.

Mr. Tobin came to Detroit in
1922 from Ironwood. He was
born in Lithuania and was brought
to Michigan by his parents as a
child.

Noah Greenberg, Founder
of YMHA's Pro Musica, 46;
Mother Dies at the News

NEW YORK—Noah Greenberg,
46, founder and director of the

N.Y. Pro Musica, died Sunday at

the age of 46.
Told of his death later that day,
his mother, Mrs. Lillie Greenberg,
died of shock in Shrub Oak, N. Y.
The Pro Musica concerts were

established by the New York
YMHA as a noteworthy factor in

the city's musical activities.
Greenberg gained national fame
through his Pro Musica work. In

1963 he took "Tile Play of Daniel,"
which he directed, to Israel and
several other countries.

What your eyes have seen

Report not hastily to the mob.
— Proverbs

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