THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, September 8, 1967
9-Month Sales Record
The brothers Chamberlain—who
together comprise one of the larg-
est real estate selling services in
the Midwest — have shattered all
previous sales records set by the
two companies for any nine-month
Citing the first three quarters of
the fiscal year as the greatest in
their 19-year history, B. F. Cham-
berlain and Calvin M. Chamber-
lain of It. F. Chamberlain Co. and
Chamberlain. Inc. announced com-
bined total sales of more than '
In bllsines, as partners since
1948, the two brothers maintain 10
offices throughout Wayne, Oakland
and Macomb counties.
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
up, MI. AREA
3 bed.. den, 21/2 baths
GREENFIELD-I 0 MI. AREA
3 bed.. It_ baths
Must Sell Both
Lovely 4 bedroom colonial on beau-
tifully landscaped 11/2 lots. 31/2
baths. spacious living room, dining
room with bay, paneled family room
with built-ins and fireplace. Mod-
ern kitchen with built-Ins. Addit-
ional playroom or bedroom on main
OAK PARK SPECIAL
Fabulous beamed family room with
fireplace. 3 bedrooms. 1 paneled.
11/2 baths upstairs, air-conditioner,
carpeting and drapes. 2 car gar-
age. Short walk to school and
shut. Priced right.
Open 2-5 Sun.
For appt. call LI 8-9246
SOUTH F I ELD
bedrooms, 21/2 baths, family
room, separate dining room, cen-
tral air-conditioning, built-ins.
Wolok built 3 bedroom ranch, 11/2
baths. extra • bath in basement.
Carpeting and draperies, central
air-conditioning. Immaculate condi-
tion throughout. 41/2':. mtge. $27,500.
23701 Wildwood—Oak Park
Call for Appt. LI 7-5912
3 bedroom brick ranch on beauti-
fully landscaped corner lot. 2 baths,
family room, center passhall,
screened in back porch, Chrysler
air-conditioner. Permanent storms
and screens. Frig. built-ins. Tiled
and partitioned basement. Carpet-
ing and drapes. Near schools and
shopping. Immed. occupancy.
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
PALMER WDS. MANOR, OAK PK.
An exceptional buy in this modern
custom bit. cent. ent. Colonial. 4
bedrms. 2• baths, gas f.a. ht., 21/2
garage, 535,900!! See this lovely
home and make a reasonable offer
today! Immed. poss., too!
The situation along the Suez
Canal has been relatively quiet
since July 27, when the United
For a beautiful 5 room brick duplex,
2 lee. bedrms.. new gas furnace.
Nations supervisor of cease-fire
full base., tile ftrs., carpeting, side
operations, Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, got
drive, other side also available.
both sides to agree to keep their
863-4200 shipping off the canal. Israel had
insisted right along that a policy
COOLIDGE - 11 MI. AREA
of "either or neither" be imple-
Just listed' And a bargain too! 5
mented, under which both sides
room brick and asbestos bung.. 20'
liv. run. wiwall-to-wall carpeting,
would he allowed to use the canal
twin size bedrooms, full base.. 11/2
or neither side.
car gar.. excel!. condition inside
and out. Quick poss.! $15.900.
After the July agreement had
expired last week, Gen. Bull ob-
tained agreement to continue in-
definitely the practice under which
neither side would use the canal
COOLIDGE S. OF 10 MI.
JO 6 - 3187 for its shipping. However, a few
LI 8 - 1500
days ago, Gen. Bull requested Is-
rael to allow Egypt to run some of
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
its ships through the southern half
SOUTHFIELD-MIDWAY; 86' front lot. of the canal along the west bank
LI held by Egypt. Israel's Defense
Sewer, water, paving. Sacrifice.
241404 or EL 6-9026 Eves.
Minister, Gen. Moshe Dayan, de-
manded reciprocity, saying Israel
19 — OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
would also use that section of the
canal if Egypt did.
NICE QUIET office space In home. Very
reasonable. Private entrance. I will take
Monday morning, when the
phone messages in your absence. 545- Egyptian batteries opened fire on
Israeli vessels sailing that portion
of the canal's east bank, the Egyp-
30 - A — INSTRUCTIONS
tions were evidently trying to scare
PIANO lessons. Harriet Miller. KE
off the Israeli ships. Israel consi-
ders the question of reciprocity
HEBREW tutor. Ritual or modern. Call important because it may have an
after 7 p.m. 547-1384.
effect on the future of navigation
in the Suez Canal.
The United Nations made public
HEBREW AND FRENCH
a cabled report from Gen. Bull,
placing blame for the start of the
Port Tewfiq clash on the Egyptian
BY ISRAELI TEACHER
Two Israeli soldiers were in-
jured Tuesday as a result of Jor-
attacks, first with small
DRAMA, voice, piano instructions. Jo-
arms fire and later with mortars.
celyn Krieger. 474-7638.
BAR-51ITZVA, Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish,
English; experienced teacher. 342-9254.
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
Texas( Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
EXPERIENCED salesperson for ladies
Call Mr. Solomon KE. 7-3395
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
9970 GRAND RIVFD
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
specialty shop. Better coats, suits and
dresses. Full or part-time. Call in per-
son. Town & Country Shop. UN 4-6133.
EXPERIENCED religious teachers of
Hebrew and the Bible. All grades. Be-
ginning September. $7.00 per hour. .
Phone Windsor 519-969-2422, Mon. thru
Fri. 1 to 5 for appt.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Long established, successful, Ko-
sher-style Delicatessen and Restau-
rant in Phoenix, Arizona, for sale.
PART-TIME help wanted for account-
ant's office. Light typing and knowl-
edge of bookkeeping.
necessary. Call 342-5015 for appoint-
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and office
administrator wanted for synagogue.
Knowledge of stenography helpful. UN
MR. & MRS. AMBITION
Improve your status
is no barrier. We will train
You now, for a career in REAL
ESTATE. We have 3 openings
available to complete our OAK
PARK Soles staff. New REAL
ESTATE CLASSES will be start
Sept. 18. Register now ! ! Call
Mr. GALPERN at LI 8-1500
or JO 6-3187 for an appoint-
B. F. CHAMBERLAIN
REAL ESTATE CO.
52,000 SQUARE FEET
Clawson Area. prime industrial, high ceilings,
heavy power, bus duct, air-conditioned, modern
offices. Close to 1-75. Ideal for light manufac-
turing or warehouse. Immediate possession.
Representatives needed for one of
America's top companies. Assured
income while training, excellent in-
come possibilities after training. We
back you with the finest sales aids
and methods. Management oppor-
BOOKKEEPER, 20 years
handle set of books at home. Receiv-
ables, payables, payroll, taxes, trial
balance. Phone 546-9226 after 6:00 p.m.
Insured Driveway System
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Bull Blames Egypt - for Tewfiq Clash
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Israeli police Tuesday arrested
Husni Ashab, the former Jordan-
inspector of education for the
near the Damiyah bridge.
Egypt complained Wednesday to Jerusalem area, and
the president of the Security Coun- Achmed Abdul Latif, charging
The attacks emanated from the
eastern bank of the Jordan River
cil that, as a result of Israel's them with trying to prevent the
"sneaky attack to force the pass- opening of East Jerusalem schools
age of three of her boats through and urging non-cooperation with
the Suez Canal at the Suez entrance Israeli authorities. However, Israel
occupation officials indicated there
on Monday." 42 civilians were
killed, 161 wounded, of whom 14 would be no effort to compel the -
are in serious condition and 30 opening of west bank schools
buildings were destroyed, as well which had failed to do so on Fri- -
as two mosques and two hospitals. day. the first day of the new
semester. The matter, they said,
In a letter to the president of the was entirely up to the residents
Security Council, the Egyptian of the west bank.
ambassador to the UN, Mohammed
The schools which opened on
el Kony, said that, as a result of
schedule, located mostly in the
Israel's shelling, a Greek freighter
with a cargo of cement, a dredger southern part of the west bank,
belonging to the Suez Canal autho- reported greatly increased attend-
ance over the last school year.
rity and a motorboat belonging to
the Eastern Petroleum Co., were Arab teachers throughout the
northern part of the west bank,
however, refused to resume their
In addition to that, an Indian classroom duties because of a
ship was damaged and the tower "crisis of conscience." A spokes-
of Port Tewfiq was demolished. man for the teachers reportedly
The Egyptian letter, which did not told Brig. Uzi Narkiss, the west
request a meeting of the Security bank military governor, that they
Council, said that Israel's "latest objected to Israel's occupation of
actions demonstrate their aggres- the area and the use of Israeli-
sive designs, in flagrant violation censored textbooks.
of the cease-fire resolution of the
Failure of most northern area
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
Sunday night castigated the Arab
summit meeting as an "ir-
responsible" body. He expressed
Israel's sorrow over the meet-
ing's decision not to recognize
Israel or to negotiate with Is-
rael, saying that was "a grave
matter which forces Israel to
draw her own conclusions in the
fields of politics and security."
"This stand of the Arab heads
of state," said Eshkol, "strength-
ens Israel in her resolution not
to permit a return to conditions
that enabled her enemies to under-
mine her security and act against
her sovereignty and her very ex-
istence. Israel will stand fast in
th positions essential to her se-
curity and to her unhindered de-
velopment." The premier's state-
ment was issued on behalf of. the
entire Cabinet. which had just met.
Earlier. Foreign Minister Abba
Ehan said that the proposals for
solution of the Middle East crisis,
made by Yugoslavian President
Tito, were aimed "not at saving
the peace but at saving the Arab
governments from the need to
make peace." "Israel," he said,
"categorically opposes any solution
not based on agreement by the
sides to the dispute." Eban
said that these attitudes will be
made known by Israel to all gov-
ernments with which Israel has
Ehan rejected any idea that Is-
rael might accept a "partnership"
on Jerusalem affairs between the
Jews and Arabs in the city's muni-
cipal government. He made that
statement in bidding farewell to
Ambassador Ernesto Thalmann,
United Nations Secretary-General
Thant's special representative re-
garding Jerusalem. The latter left
Israel after a two-week fact-find-
ing mission he had undertaken for
schools to open was attributed
by an Israeli spokesman to the
fact that a large number of
refugees from the area had not
returned from the east bank,
where they had fled during the
The public schools in East Jeru-
salem, which are scheduled to
open on Sept. 15. are governed by
Israeli law which requires that all
children of the elementary level
must attend school. This does not
apply to other areas of the west
Israeli authorities expressed the
belief that the teachers' boycott
may ease within the next few days,
and that most of the closed Arab
schools will resume classes.
Some 200 schools in the west bank
area maintained by the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
for Palestine Refugees, functioned
normally Tuesday, the first day
of the school term, even though
government-operated schools in
most of the west bank Arab cen-
ters were closed as a result of a
boycott by teachers and pupils.
A noisy demonstration by young-
sters at the UNRRWA school in
Ttilkarem failed to compel the
UNRRWA authorities to close the
school. Extremist nationalist Arabs
have been waging a campaign of
intimidation and threats to force
closure of the UNRRWA schools
in Nablus, Jenin and Tulkarem, the
larger Arab towns.
A group of well-known Israelis
announced the formation of a
"Movement for Undivided Is-
rael," to oppose return by the
government of any areas now
occupied by Israel as a result
of the Six-Day War. The group
includes promine , • Israeli writ-
ers, poets, playwrights, persons
formerly active in Israel's se-
curity forces and others
Part of the new movement's
Israel has no intention of as-
signing to the Arab public schools concrete program proposed the
any Israeli Arabs or Jews who development of more settlements
had come from Moslem coun- in 'the Etzion area, between Beth-
tries, because Israel needs all lehem and Hebron, on the west
the teachers it has in its own bank of the Jordan River. Four
schools, it was stated by the kibutzim existed in that area prior
ministry of education. Yaacov to the Jordanian occupation, and
Sarid, director-general of Israel's the movement said that members
ministry of education, said that of religious kibutzim as well as of
the budget for the preparation Nahal, the parliamentary agricul-
and operation of the Arab schools tural organization, are ready to
for the next academic year start settlements in the area.
amounts to 10,000,000 Israeli
Among the members of the new
pounds ($3,333,333). He said the movement are Uri Zvi Greenberg,
cost of reprinting the Arab a well-known right-wing poet; Na-
school textbooks will be 3,500,000 than Alterman, a left-wing writer;
Israeli pounds (over $1,130,000). Itzhak Tobenkin. formerly a unit
Meanwhile, Israel's ministry of commander in Palmach, the re-
education and Civil Service Com- sistance group that fought against
mission have set up a special crash the British Mandatory administra-
course in Arabic. Some 600 civil tion in Palestine before the re-
servants, most of them senior offi- birth of Israel; and Dan Tolkow-
cials, will take that course. Courses sky, former Israeli air force com-
in Arabic are also being expanded mander.
An Arab-Israeli "peace plan,"
in some schools, and some of them,
with its main thrust on possible
in Tel Aviv are making the study
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of Arabic a compulsory course.