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January 20, 1967 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-20

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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

OPEN SUN. 1 - 4

40 - A — EMPLOYMENT WANTED

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, January 20, 1967

New Models Open
in Pontchartrain Woods

24321 SENECA
OAK PARK

North of Northfield Blvd., East
of Scotia. On quiet curved street,
large treed lot, is this 3 bedroom
brick ranch with 2 full baths,
paneled den, central air-condi-
tioning, gas heat. Exterior offers
no clue to the large interior liv-
ing area of home. Low taxes.
Immediate occupancy.

SHELDON ROSS REAL ESTATE

342-8383

FARMINGTON

OPEN SUN. 2-5

28136 Sybil Court

in Green
Castle Estate, 12 Mi. Betw.
Inkster and Middlebelt Rd. Nr.
Site of New Birmingham Temple.
4-bedrm. brk. ranch. Family
Room, 2 1/2 baths, 1st flr. Laun-
dry, Basement Recreation Rm.,
2 fireplaces. 1 1/3-acre wooded
lot. Priced $39,900.

EXPERIENCED WOMEN desires baby
sititng, care to sick woman. TE 4-1646.

Sam Steel, Inc., builder of cus-
tom homes, announces the grand
opening of new ranch and colonial
models in Pontchartrain Woods,
adjacent to Shevington Forest and
Kenwick Estates on Pontchartrain
Dr., three blocks north of 11 Mile
Rd.
Featuring up to 3,200 square
feet, the homes have four large
bedrooms, huge family room,
separate study, four baths, first
floor laundry room and many other
custom features. On large wooded
lots opposite Shaarey Zedek, they
will also build to individual plans
and specifications. They are priced
from $45,000 to $55,000.

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS Subdivision —
Desirable corner, 130x140. 398-9064, eve-
nings.

BIRMINGHAM, 14 Mile Road near South-
field. Sewer and water, 40x120, $3,500.
363-7579.

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION

Agent — KE 7-7337

Washington Heighis

SOUTHFIELD

Most desirable area in Southfield,
with sewer, water, paving. Ready
for bldg. Lots sold to builders or
individuals. Call Mr. Rodd.

22411 AVON LANE

SOUTHFIELD REALTY

OPEN SUN. 1 - 4
Beautiful landscaping surrounds this
custom 3-bedroom ranch home.
Modern fully equipped kitchen, liv-
ing room with fireplace, family
room dining area, 2 baths. Large
terrace for summer luxury. 2-car at-
tached garage. 1 block from school.

DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290

19-E—BUSINES-S PROPERTY
FOR SALE

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

9 Mile Road, 2 blocks West of
Southfield, off Greenview

LI 7-7551

1110-480-4510-41110-4110---

WASHINGTON
SHINGTON HEIGHTS
DELUXE COLONIAL

Four bedroom traditional colo-
Mal with 3,000 sq. ft. of gracious
case; area; large center en-
trance
tranc
e foyer with winding stair-
case; four separate bathrooms
utility room on first floor;
unusual floor plan with library,
full sized dining room and extra
large family room. At this point
you can decorate to suit your
taste.

O

PEN SUN. 1-5

ADDISON
DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290

R EA.1.71rir

Sherwood
East

5 DIFFERENT RANCH AND
COLONIAL MODELS,

26 500

PRICED
FROM
Featuring 3 and 4 bedrooms,
2 1/2 baths, large Family
Rm., 2-car att. garage and
many other custom features.

15643 Jeanette
1 blk. W. of Greenfield
2 blks. N. of 10 Mi.

SAM STEEL, Inc.
LI 7-7337

Bldg. with 60'
Store Front

on Livernois nr. 7 Mi. Over
6,000 sq. ft. Air cond. Ideal
for almost any type of busi-
ness. Out of town widow must
sell. Easy terms. Ask for Mr.
Shook.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

20—BUILDER

I'D LIKE TO
BUILD YOUR HOME !

See my models in Olde
Franklin Towne Subdivision,
Farmington Township. Call
me direct and I will build
on your lot.

Remco Construction Co.

353-6055
Seymour Eichenhorn

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

GUITAR LESSONS by professional folk
singer and guitarist. LI 4-7652.

PIANO LESSONS. Attended Juilliard.
By appt. Call 869-0075.

BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew and piano les-
sons for beginners. Experienced teach-
er. LI 3-5163.

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

MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school
teacher. B.S., M.S. degrees. 17 years
experience—Modern mathematics. 353-
3562.

31—TRANSPORTATION

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.

Insured Driveway System

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

ATTN.: BLDRS. . ! LOTS

SOUTHFIELD AREAS

Sherwood Village
Washington Heights

MELJOY

353-1700

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP

Beautiful lot overlooking
Meadow Lake
Will build to suit.

ROSS & PREGERSON BUILDERS, INC.

999 So. Adams Road
Birmingham
644-4277

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

40—EMPLOYMENT

CLERICAL—Northwest section, experi-
enced. Phone 3424000 between 2 and 3
o'clock only.

PERSON to work in pawn shop. Al's
Loan. 2309 Gratiot. LO 7-9833.

40 - A — EMPLOYMENT WANTED

Efficient secretary wants position
for general office work in North-
west section, Oak Park or South-
field. 5-day week—City references.
Call after 6 p.m. LI 1-8156 or write
The Jewish News, Box D-7, 17100
West 7 Mile Rd., Detroit, Michigan
48235.

MR. AMBITION

Improve your status in life—
age is no barrier! We will train
you now for a career in REAL
ESTATE. 2 openings available
to complete staff in the OAK
PARK office.

Call Ron Galperin, LI 8-1500

Chamberlain

24621 Coolidge, Oak Park

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

WORK CLOTHES business for sale.
Price reasonable. Owner ill. TO 8-1618.

Manufacturing bus. and distribu-
torship, long established accounts,
formulas and registered "trade
name," 73/4 acres, modern home,
new mfg. plant fully equipped,
trucks, etc., $40,000 takes all, $15,-
000 down. We do sell more proper-
ties each month than any other
firm in Michigan. Let us sell yours.

ELSEA

VI 1-1400

50—BUSINESS CARDS

COMPLETE poodle grooming, $6.00 LI
3-2531.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age. pianos, appliances, household furn-
ishings.
8829 Northend—Ferndale
543 - 4832

AJCongress Loses Pennsylvania Suit;
Court Upholds State's Busing Law

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Penn-
sylvania State Supreme Court up-
held Tuesday the constitutionality
of the state's busing law which re-
quires public school districts in the
state to provide free transportation
to children of private and religious
schools.
The 5-2 decision dealt with a
consolidated suit filed in two coun-
ties, Abington and Rose Tree, in
which the American Jewish Con-
gress was a sponsor. Leo Pfeffer,
the AJCongress law expert, served
as an attorney for the plaintiffs in
the consolidated case. The suit was
filed directly with the State Su-
preme Court in August, 1965.
The ruling also struck down a
separate challenge to the constitu-
tionality of the 18-month old law
which was filed as a taxpayers suit
in Philadelphia in March, 1966, by
the Presbyter of Philadelphia, the
Philadelphia Baptists Association,
the Council of Liberal Churches
and the Philadelphia Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council.

Germany to Hold
More Trials of Nazi
Staff at Auschwitz

FRANKFURT (JTA)—The state
prosecutor's office in Frankfurt is
now preparing 36 new trials in-
volving hundreds of alleged war
criminals, including former camp
and inmates at the
LARKINS MOVING CO. personnel
Auschwitz death camp, Dr. Hans
Household and
Grossman, the chief prosecutor,
disclosed.
Office Furniture
Among the defendants in a third
LICENSED MOVERS
Auschwitz trial which is due to
PROFESSIONALS
start soon, he said, will be three
894-4587
former camp inmates accused of
FURNITURE refinished and repaired. participation in the murder of
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
other prisoners. A fourth Au-
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior schwitz trial, he said, would in-
UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after 6:30.
volve former members of Hitler's
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James SS.
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
Dr. Grossman noted that the
526 Belmont.
first two trials of Auschwitz
guards and camp personnel had
Wall Paper Is My Business
not been concluded because the
My Only Business
defendants had appealed their
convictions and the appeals were
If you want professional results
still pending. He said that in-
Call John Lepine
dictments would be forthcoming
836-4953
early in 1967 against at least six
former Nazi police officers.
Current investigation, he said,
cover the activities of hundreds
DRESSMAKER SPECIAL
of persons suspected of war crimes
Straight Hems $1.00
in Czechoslovakia between 1939
and 1945, the years of the German
All kinds of alterations REASONABLE.
occupation. He said preparations
Fast efficient work.
were being made to bring to trial
those responsible for execution of
Call for appt.
the Nazi campaign to exterminate
345-6878 20016 Greenfield the gypsies. -
The Frankfurt prosecutor's of-
fice, Dr. Grossman said, is cur-
rently examining the possibility of
55—MISCELLANEOUS
bringing to trial the Nazi officials
who devised the train transporta-
ELECTRIC
tion plans for deportation of Jews
ADDING MACHINES
to the extermination camps in
Adds, subtracts, multiplies to 11
Poland.

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. BR
3-4826, LI 5-4035.

Column Total. Has Cred. Bal. $135
with 90 day guarantee.

Metropolitan Typewriter Co.

18050 James Couzens

342-2211

Open 8 to 5 or call for eve. app't.

57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

30-INCH gas range for sale. 342-1062, call
evenings.

59 - A — PIANOS FOR SALE

MAHOGANY PIANO, Hudson console.
VE 5-2729.

Home on the Range

Right-Wingers Picket
AJCongress Building

NEW YORK (JTA) — The head-
quarters of the American Jewish
Congress was picketed here Jan.
11 by the ultra-rightist National
Renaissance Party. Demonstrators
carried placards denouncing the
AJCongress for "torturing" Ger-
many. The picketing lasted one
hour, in accordance with a police
permit.
The pickets included Joseph H.
Madole, leader of the group, who
carried a placard stating "Jewish
Vampires Bleed Germany" Ma-
dole and five others, guided by a
contingent of police, stood across
the street from the entrance to the
Stephen Wise Congress House as
guests were arriving for a meeting
on Germany sponsored by the
Horace }Callen chapter of the Con-
gress.
Dr. Neils Hansen, West German
deputy consul general in New
York, saw the pickets as he ar-
rived to address the meeting.

The late financier, Bernard
Baruch, once became convinced
that his subconscious mind was
producing sensational ideas while
he was sleeping, and set out to
train himself to write them down
on a pad he placed at his bedside.
He awoke one morning in a
pleasant glow, convinced that he
had jotted down something interest-
ing while he was in dreamland.
He was right. Scrawled across the
page were these three inspiring
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
words: "Ride 'em, cowboy!"

A spokesman for the Philadel-
phia JCRC said that the ruling
would be studied before a deter-
mination was made as to whether
the decision should be appealed.
The ruling was hailed WednesK
day by the Agudath Israel of Amer- j
ica and the National Jewish Com-
mission on Law and Public Affairs,
an organization composed of young
Orthodox Jewish lawyers. Rabbi
Morris Sherer, executive vice presi-
dent of Agudath Israel, said that
the Pennsylvania Supreme
decision was "the latest victor
justice for nonpublic school
dren." The commission on lazy ,,nd
public affairs had filed a brief sup-
porting the defendants in the case.
In Los Angeles, the Board of
Rabbis of Southern California
Wednesday reiterated its opposi-
tion to Jewish participation in
the released-time program of the c:
Los Angeles Public Schools )
which allows pupils time off
from school to receive religious
instruction in an institution of
their choosing.
Rabbi Samson H. Levey, presi,
dent of the board, declared in a
statement that "We are opposed tort
released time and continue to 1
maintain that indoctrination and',
education in religion is the exclu-
sive responsibility of the home.
the synagogue and the church, and
it is not the business of the public
school's either through direct or in-
direct action."

o

-

Coalition Partners Oppose
Eshkol on Wage Freeze

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Premier Levi
Eshkol's government encountered
new opposition Tuesday from two,
of the coalition parties over its
partial freeze on wages for 1967.1
Ahdut Avoda, which is in align- 1
ment with Mapai as the dominent
element in the government, and,
the leftist Mapam joined with
leaders of the Histadrut, the Is-',
rael Labor Federation, in insisting'
on payment of a previously schecI-J
uled 5 per cent wage increase for',
industrial workers. The two parties S,
also have resumed pressure for
compulsory loan or for new taxes,
in the battle against Israel's'
mounting unemployment.
The two parties also criticized
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir fo
his announced plan to dismiss some
1,500 civil servants in the govern-
ment's retrenchment pro g r a m.I
Mapam sources claimed they had
been given assurances that His-,
tadrut officials would "stand up l
for the rights of the workers."

Zioniit, Swiss Educator ' 1
Dies on Visit to Russia

BERNE (JTA)—Prof. T. Gordon-,
off, a long-time Zionist and faculty:
member of the University of Berne,
died at age 74 during a visit to,
Moscow. The remains were re)
turned here where burial tool%
place in the communal cemetery.
Born in Russia, Prof. Gordonoff,
arrived here as a young man. He'
studied pharmacology and achiev=
ed international status in that f=
He was an honorary govern
the Hebrew University, prey
of the Swiss Friends of the Hebrevqi
University and president of the'
Zionist Society of Berne. He had
served as editor of a number of
scientific publications.

Shrinks Hemorrhoids
Without Surgery

Stops Itch—Relieves Pain

For the first time science has found
a new healing substance with the as-
tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids and to relieve pain — without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most(
amazing of all — results were so thor-
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
be a problem!" The secret is a new
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 HO. At all drug
counters. -

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