30-Friday, April 28, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Einstein Medical College
Names Dr. Gordon Dean
SEVERAL openings with retail sales or
pawn shop experience. Salary open.
Half day off. No late hours. U. S. Loan
Office. 8930 12th.
LOS ANGELES-(JTA) - The
1 sum of $250,000 was pledged by
Abraham Goodman, New York
JWV Plan Urges
WANTED-Teacher for Jewish Religi-
ous school beginning September. Sun-
day mornings. Good background. Excel-
lent remuneration. LI 8-9000, Mr. Far-
Nr. 7 Mi. Over G,000 sq. ft. of
busy work area. 60' front win-
dow display. Ideal for any
business. Will sell cheap. Easy
terms. Ask for MR. SHOOK.
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11 offices with
large Reception Rm., over
2250 ft. Gas ht. and centr. air
cond. Lots of parking. Wy•
orning•7 Mi. area. Ask for
a married person between ages
23.40 who wants to consider a
worthwhile sales opportunity.
This individual should have a
reasonably good education, sales
experience if possible, and pre-
ferably some executive experi-
ence. We are prepared to invest
considerable money In the right
person. If interested in a career
opportunity, write giving full In-
formation, including telephone
no., to BOX BOO. The Jewish
News, 17100 West 7 Mile Road,
Detroit, Mich. 48235, to arrange
for a personal interview.
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22-REAL ESTATE WANTED
HIGH $$$ PAID
position for intelligent
mature person in very
BUY, TRADE OR SELL
pleasant office, wit h
knowledge of bookkeep-
ing and switchboard at
$125 to start.
Dr. Harry II. Gordon has
been named dean of the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine of
Yeshiva University. Announcing
the appointment, Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of the univer-
sity, said Dr. Gordon would as-
sume the post on July 1, succeed-
ing Dr. Marcus D. Kogel, who
was recently appointed vice
president of medical affairs and
science of the university. Dr.
Gordon is National Association
for Retarded Children-Grover F.
Powers Professor of Pediatrics
at Einstein and director of the
Rose F. Kennedy Center for
Research in Mental Retardation
and Human Development, being
constructed on the Einstein Col-
ANYONE OWE YOU MONEY?
You pay only for results. We
collect all types of debts, back
rent - bad checks-retail -
Write Box 797
The Jewish News
17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.
BAR-M1T•VA, Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish,
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254.
Detroit, Mich. 48235
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
Texast Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
Progressive local manufac-
turer, service retail trade,
needs an office manager who
is seeking a key management
position with salary potential
and personal recognition. Ex-
perience must enable individ-
ual to be effective in the fol-
Maintenance of accounting
Order Desk Supervision
Office controls relating
Will confider retail
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Free estimates. 542-3270, after 6.
MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school
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experience-Modern mathematics. 333-
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If you want professional results
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MR. & MRS. AMBITION
Starting salary approx.
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Write Box 796
The Jewish News
17100 W. 7 Mile
Detroit, Mich. 48235
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UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after 6:30.
B. F. CHAMBERLAIN
REAL ESTATE CO.
YOUNG MAN - Single - Looking for
a position - Background in light cler-
ical duties - office management. 543-
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
Gi ves $250,000 for Brandeis School
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate
Jewish leader, to the Brandeis In-
stitute, at Brandeis, Cal., toward
the construction of an academy-
a college preparatory school-on
the grounds of the institute, 35
miles from Los Angeles. Ground-
breaking is slated for fall.
Dr. 'Shlomo Bardin, executive
WASHINGTON - The Jewish director and the man who founded
War Veterans of the USA present- the institute with the support of Su-
ed a six-point program before the preme Court Justice Louis D. Bran-
Senate Armed Services Committee deis, said the academy will be
designed to correct inequities in based on the Jewish ethic and will
require Hebrew as a second lan-
the present draft system.
While supporting the principles guage. "It will be a high level
and philosophy in the present Uni- school academically and will be
versal Military Training and Ser- open to all on a non-sectarian
vice law, Marshall 'G. Kaplan, basis."
chairman of JWV's armed forces
committee, told the Senate Com-
mittee that "we must recognize
that the enormous constant changes
in American life must of necessity
be reflected in all of our institu-
He presented JWV's six-point
Honor DeSola Pool
at JWB-UJA Fete
1. To remedy the inherent Inequities
of so vastly a decentralized system, as
well as to have its operation conform
more realistically to the ever increasing
mobility of our population. a single
uniform code of criteria for draftee
selection should be established for ad-
ministration from state level.
2. The Selective Service System should
review its personnel practices insofar
as the appointment of local board
members arc concerned. as well as in
the selection of Chief Clerks.
3. Student deferments should only
be continued if there is a contractual
obligation on the part of the college
student to fulfill his military obligation
at a certain time.
4. As a matter of policy, military
service, since it involves the sacrifice
of human life in the national interest
must be considered a higher degree of
value and service to the nation than
alternative service, no matter how valu-
able, such as the Peace Corps, without
downgrading the latter.
5. In order to encourage the mainte-
nance of a viable reserve component.
re-enlistment bonuses should be made
available to draftees.
6. We favor a periodic review of the
system through its legislative oversight
function by the Congress."
Daily Forward Lauded
on Its 70th Birthday
Almost 50 years to the day
after American Jewry created
the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB), members of the
agency's founding families in
the New York area were present-
ed with JWB Golden Jubilee
Scrolls "in grateful appreciation
of 50 years of continuous ser-
vice to the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, to Young Men's and
Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
ciations and to the Armed Ser-
vices program." Shown during
the scroll award ceremonies at
the annual JWB dinner in sup-
port of the United Jewish Appeal
of Greater New York, are Charles
Mayer (left), honorary dinner
chairman and a long-time JWB
leader, presenting a citation to
Dr. David de Sola Pool, re-
nowned spiritual leader and a
founder of JWB who played a
considerable role in organizing
religious programs for Jewish
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The serv-
ices rendered by the Jewish Daily
Forward, largest Yiddish news-
paper in the world, to the "hun-
dreds of thousands of Yiddish-
speaking people who have enriched
American life in this century" are
emphasized in an editorial in the
World Journal Tribune congratu-
lating the Forward on its 70th an-
niversary. Similar articles have
appeared in the New York Times,
the New York Post and other news-
The official celebration of the
Forward anniversary will take
place on May 14,
The editorial in the World Jour- Grant to Baeck Institute
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A $10,000
nal Tribune says that during the
70 years of its existence, the For- grant from the Charles E. Merrill
ward "was a social force" that Trust of New York was awarded
battled the economic handicaps here to the Leo Baeck Institute
which the Jewish immigrants en- for research on the history of Ger-
countered, and was also a "cultur- man-speaking Jews in Europe. The
al encouragement to the efflores- grant will make possible the anal-
ence of Yiddish art and letters that ysis, cataloguing and preparation
is still affecting American litera- for study of the institute's growing
ture so powerfully."
Thanks to U.S. Jewry From Vietnam
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age, pianos, appliances, household furn-
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. BR
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FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
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BOB'S carpet and furniture cleaning.
Free estimates. LI 8-7136.
MACL1N Janitorial Service. Basement
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dining room, first floor laundry, unique floor plan.
Open Sat. & Sun .1 to 6 p.m.
ORIENTAL RUGS - few sizes; largest
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ANTIQUB WATCH - Enamel
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DESIGNER AND BUILDER OF 'FlidER QUALITY HONES"
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
MOVING - Must sell furniture and ap-
pliances. DI 1-9746.
MOVING - Heritage, traditional ma-
hogany dining room; drop leaf table, 2
extra leaves, pads,
Packages of Passover kosher foods shown being unloaded be-
hind barbed wire quarters in Vietnam by Jewish Chaplains Ernest D.
Lapp and David B. Saltzman (from left) are part of the tons of
holiday supplies sent by the National Jewish Welfare Board to
Jewish men in the U.S. armed forces all over the world. Through
JWB's commission on Jewish chaplaincy, the Jewish chaplains in
Vietnam conveyed Passover greetings in behalf of the men in that
combat zone and expressed their heartfelt thanks for the support
they received from the American Jewish community through JWB.