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March 08, 1968 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46—Friday, March 8, 1968

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

. 31—TRANSPORTATION

SCOTIA MANOR APTS.

RESPONSIBLE man to sit with elderly
Jewish gentleman on occasim.al Satur•
daN nights. Own transportation. South-
field. 353-3852.

12800 W. 9 MILE RD.
OAK PARK

2 bedroom apartment. April 1.
S 1 80 per month-. _ Adults. See
building manager.

Real Estate Career

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

Free Classes Starting Weekly
ENROLL NOW! for sales work with
our spanking new SUBURBAN of-
fice. Opportunity unlimited in this
highly profitable field. Become as-
iociated with a reputable, well es-
tablished organization that covers
the entire city and Suburbs. Age
is no barrier. Retirees are welcome.
Come in & talk it over.

Telephone Receptionist
SATURDAYS 8. SUNDAYS
Work consists of answering tele-
phone & miscellaneous typing in
large N.W. Real Estate Office.
Knowledge of dictation helpful. For
an Interview call Mr. Richard Silver-
man.
HOME CORP.

CENTER REALTY 863-7400

345-6050

REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE

EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER

to take full charge of office.
Good salary. 5-day week.

CALL TA 5-2885

To join a large Investor Organiza-
tion. selling residential properties
in the 510,000 to $20,000 price range.
Our large inventory & extensive
advertising p r o g ram guarantees
earnings in excess of 515,000 vrly.
For an interview call Mr. Richard
Silverman.
HOME CORP.

345-6050

AUDITOR

SALES OPPORTUNITY

JUNIOR ASSISTANT

Company in the Building Field

WE HAVE A JUNIOR ASSISTANT
AUDITOR OPENING WHICH OF-
FERS AN EXCELLENT OPPOR-
TUNITY FOR AMBITIOUS CA-
REER-MINDED PERSON IN-
TERESTED IN THE SAVINGS
AND LOAN BUSINESS. A BACH-
ELOR'S DEGREE WITH MAJOR
I ACCOUNTING OR WITH TWO
YRS. AUDITING OR ACCOUNT-
ING EXPERIENCE WILL BE
CONSIDERED. COMPETITIVE SAL-
ARY AND EXCELLENT FRINGE
BENEFITS.

Has Opening for two aggressive

Persons in the Ann Arbor and

Ypsilanti Area. Must have pre-

vious sales experience but not

Excellent earning potential.

For Personal Interview Write:

Glamour Homes, Inc.

6386 Jackson Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103

AMERICAN SAVINGS

or call

600 WOODWARD AVE.
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48226

662-4518

TENOR

BOX 850

The Jewish News, 17100 West 7 Mile
Road, Detroit, Michigan. 48235.

SALESMAN NEEDED

distributor in food
MAJOR
service equipment industry re-
quires full time woman for
credit and collection depart-
ment. Background in chattel
mortgage and or collection
required. Applicants for part-
time help will be considered.

REPLY BOX 852

FOR MEN'S
FURNISHING STORE

The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Rd., Detroit, Michigan 48235

CALL 963-1157

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DISSATISFIED with the

retail business but still
desirous of own business
or independence? No in-
ventory, no fire insurance,
no theft insurance, no
style changes, no seasonal
problem and no capital
needed. For a real Mitzva,
contact.

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LI 8-9603

WOMAN wanted to live-in and care for
convalescent middle-aged woman. Call
Friday 835-0730.

BOOKKEEPER

Full Time

Publishing Company
Northwest Area
Blue Cross - Pension Plan
375'2 hour week

Phone Jerry Kabeck

342-5115

40-B—LIVE-IN MAIDS

EUROPA

NUMBER ONE IN
LIVE-IN DOMESTICS

• Stability
• Value
• Promptness
• Efficiency

Qualifications and screenings by
our agents. Girls and couples
from Jamaica a n d Canada etc.
We can save wear and tear on
your nervous system. Visit with
us and see for yourself at

SUITE 804
W. NORTHLAND TOWERS

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO:

15565 NORTHLAND DRIVE
SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

and Long Distance Packing stor
.e alanos appliances. nousehold turn
11.nes
8829 Northend-- Ferndalo
543.4832

358-1370

LADIES alterations. Reasonable prices.
Experienced. Fast service. 538-4030.

DELICATESSEN FOR SALE
NORTHERN SECTION
OWNER WISHES TO RETIRE

20211 WEST 7 MILE ROAD
CLOSED MONDAYS

!

RESTAURANT &
DELICATESSEN

in
Restaurant
Established
busy Wyoming - Curtis area.
Owner has new suburban
business. Will sacrifice, make
offer.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

Mature woman wanted for

suburban area religious

school. Capable of taking

complete charge of office.

Bookkeeping and typing

experience necessary.

Please write listing quali-

fications to:

BOX 851

The Jewish News, 17100 West
7 Mile Road, Detroit, Michigan
48235

DRY CLEANING PLANT

FOR SALE

Small, synthetic, fully equipped.
11/2 years old. Northwest area.

Call LO 7-8333 or

626-0590

after 6.

45-A—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED

WANTED
Wholesale Automotive
Supply Business

Call

Mr. Koppelman

LI 7-1978

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Needs experienced man for operations — Won-

derful opportunity for advancement. We are a 45

million dollar institution located in Pittsburgh,

Penna. — State qualifications and salary desired.

Write Box 842

The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.

Detroit, Mich. 48235

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TO 5-6000

50—BUSINESS CARDS

PLUMBING—Expert home repairs. Gar-
bage disposals, repaired and serviced.
Call 342-5730, 341-2081.

SEAMSTRESS, reasonable. Rome visits.
549.9390.

PAINTING—Neat and clean. Small Car-
pentry work. Bill Powell. 542.3270.

MARTIN Furniture Finishing. Your
favorite pieces restored, hand rubbed
for lasting beauty. 867.7887.

PLASTER repairs. Low prices. Call KB
3-5975, KE 7-7208.

BOB'S CARPET-FURNITURE
CLEANING

SPECIAL—Any size living room
$12.00, dining area $8.00, bedrooms
$8.00. Min charge $15. Free esti-
mates.

548-7136



Austrian Survivors' Seek
Restitution 30 Years
After Nazi Takeover

NEW YORK — Former Austrian
Nazi victims who are fighting for
moral and material restitution
will hold a memorial watch in
FOR BETTER wall washing. call James front of the Austrian Consulate
ltiisseli One day service. TO 6-4005
General here noon to 1 p.m. Mon-
Bemiont
day.
A-I PAINTING, decorating, interior-
The memorial watch was or-
exterior. UN 4-0326.
ganized by the American Council
for
Equal Compensation for Nazi
i_ARKINS MOVING CO
Victims from Austria, an organiza-
Household and Office Furniture tion formed two years ago in or-
der to promote the interests of
Local and Inter-state
Also storage.
Nazi victims from Austria.
The significance of the March
894-4587
11 date is that 30 years ago, on
March 11, 1938. the last legal Aus-
57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD
trian government resigned in Vi-
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
enna under the impact of Nazi
FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator with top 40-
lb. freezer. New 40-inch electric Kelvi- pressure from within and without.
nator stove. VE 8-0786, after 6.
It was the beginning of Austrian
Jewry's destruction. Sixty thou-
sand were exterminated; another
NEW, NO-WAX
90,000 were able to emigrate.
HOME FLOORING
The American Council organiza-
The ultimate In low cost luxury.
tion has expressed its indignation
You never need wax your kitchen,
bath or recr. room floors. etc.
that anti-Semitism still exists in
ever again ! For free info and esti-
Austria, that justice to the perpe-
mate call:
trators of Nazi crimes is failing
835-2792 before 9 A.M.
and that material restitution is
or after 5 P.M.
glaringly unjust and a far cry
from the level of the laws of the
87—PETS
Federal Republic of Germany.

FURNITURE refinished and
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Furnace company wants working
partner to promote and develop
direct sales of furnaces, air-con-
ditioning, etc. Must have $6,500
to invest. Call Miss Reed.

'Corner Merchant Will Be
First to Suffer in Riot'

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jews
A merger of two of Birming- who live in the inner city "are
ham's real-estate firms—the Gor- bound to suffer from Negro anti-
don Williamson Co. Gallery of Semistism," Dr. Paul Phillips
Homes and A. L. Doenges Co.--; Cooke, president of the District of
was announced by Gordon William- Columbia- Teachers College, told
son and A. L. Doenges, heads of the biennial conference of the Na-
tinoal Council of Jewish Women.
the two companies.
• As of March 1, the office which Dr. Cooke said that as "the visi-
had been occupied by the Birming- ble symbol" of money and power
ham branch of the Williamson in the ghetto, "the corner mer-
firm was closed and the operation chant is the first one likely to be
moved to the Doenges building at struck in times of disorder."
887 Maple East, Birmingham.
He stressed that "the Jewish
Doenges, a builder and realtor ! stereotype has grown out of the
in Birmingham for 15 years, has experiences of poor Negroes with
been elected a vice president of I merchants who have high-pres-
the Gordon Williamson Co. and sured them, who have sold them
manager of the combined Birm- shoddy goods, and whose interest
ingham-Bloomfield Office.
rates are high."
Williamson will continue as brok-
A questioner asked Dr. Cooke:
er tA record with the title of vice "What should the Jewish mer-
president of the Detroit branch.
chant do, then—sell out and quit?"
Dr. Cooke replied: "I can tell you
50—BUSINESS CARDS
what one merchant did in Wash-
ington. He moved into an inner
DRESSMAKING, wedding gowns. Altera-
tions. New York experience. Gisele. city area where there is a high
KE 4-2309.
crime rate. He put up a good store
CARPENTRY WORK — Specializing In with fair prices. He hired Negroes.
recr. rooms and outside work. L People there respect him and they
Schwartz. BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.
spend their money in his store." -

necessarily in the building field.

SUBMIT RESUME TO
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

with choir experience for sygna-
gogue choir in Detroit area. Please
send brief resume of experience to:

Williamson, Doenges
Announce Merger

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

repairea

POODLES--AKC registered. Show qual-
ity. EL 6-8984.

Briton Back From Israel
Notes Contempt for Arabs

Chief Rabbi Complains
of Diggings Near Temple

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Chief
Rabbi Itzhak Nissim has com-
plained to Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol about archaeological work
going on in the vicinity of the West
Wall in Old Jerusalem. In a letter
to the Prime Minister, the chief
rabbi protested what he called the
"invasion" b y archaeological
groups of a building that is par-
tially used by the Beth Din, the
supreme rabbinical court. He said
that the court, which now uses less
than half the rooms, will soon
need the whole building. The build-
ing is owned by the Jerusalem
municipality. Mayor Teddy Kollek
rejected an earlier protest by the
rabbi.
Meanwhile, archaeologists headed
by Professor Mazur of the He-
brew University have begun dig-
ging near the south wall of the
Temple area on a license issued
by the ministry of education. The
chief rabbinate had protested that
work as well.
The internal affairs committee
of Knesset (Parliament) visited
the West Wall in Old Jerusalem
as part of the committee's con-
tinuing deliberations on the future
status of the site. The problem
before the committee is to decide
whether the West Wall is to be
treated as primarily a holy place
or an historical site.

LONDON (JTA) — The foreign
editor of the Financial Times,
just returned from a visit to the
Middle East, declared he found in
Israel "many alarming signs of
a popular contempt for the Arab
world, an arrogance which could
become dangerous and foolish as
well as distasteful."
According to J. D. F. Jones,
"there is no adequate sign that
the Arabs will be ready to enter
into the sort of negotiations which
the Israelis require" or that "the
Israeli government is worried by
what appears to be a growing
diplomatic isolation." Jones be-
lieved that unless the UN envoy,
Ambassador Gunnar Jarring,
made some unmistakeable diplo-
matic progress very soon, Israeli
businessmen, diplomats and politi-
cians are going to have to look
into the long-term implications of
the occupation" of Arab territories.
With regard to one of those ter-
ritories, Jones said that Israeli ex-
perts estimate the Sinai peninsula
to contain sufficient oil to provide
40,000,000 tons a year. In addition,
Israeli and international teams
which have been "furiously sur-
veying" the Sinai since last June's
war, have found a profusion of
minerals including manganese,
lead and coal. All that remains,
That's- a valiant flea that dare
Jones wrote, is to determine
whether these deposits can be eat his breakfast on the lip of a
lio0.—Shakespeare. . •• .
profitably exploited.

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