MALE AND/OR FEMALE
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
OPEN SUN. 2-5
22200 MAR LOW
First offering on this spacious face
brick ranch, 3 lovely bedrooms, car-
peting and drapes. Excellent condi-
tion. Priced to sell.
10030 W. McNICHOLS
30 Friday, December 27, 1968
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
To work in downtown Jewish agency.
One who has good office training
and likes to work with people. Ex-
perience helpful but not essential.
CALL MRS. VASS.
LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office Furniture
A SHOW PIECE
OF GOOD TASTE
for busy Northwest Real Estate
office to work SAT. 9-5 and
Local and Inter-state
FOR BETTER wall washing. call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
PLUMBING. Expert home repair speci-
alist, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.
Call Mr. Budman
Elegant home of fine quality
in The Ravines. 4-bedroom
quad-level, 31/2 baths, spacious
family room, 2 fireplaces.
Unusual swimming pool, pic-
turesque setting on 13/4 acres.
Owner transferred — anxious
for a sale.
A-1 PAPERHANGING and painting. Im-
mediate service. UN 4-0326.
CUSTOM Draperies by REGINA. Free
Estimates, Reasonable. Samples Shown.
FURNITURE refinished and repaired
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
BOOTH & CO.
PAINTING and decorating. All work
guaranteed. References. ry 7-2501.
VIENNA FURRIER — Re-model, re.
pairs. Reasonable prices. DI 1-0462.
OAK PARK—BY OWNER
Near schools and shopping center.
Lovely 3-bedroom brick ranch, com-
plete with carpeting throughout,
drapes, appliances, central air, etc.
Seller to hold mortgage until paid
down to 41/2% mortgage.
2 beautiful bungalows, spa-
cious liv. rms., din. rms.,
elec. kit. lg. pan. rec. rm.
Gas heat, garage. Immedi-
ELECTRIC REPAIRS. All types — resi-
dential, commercial. EL 6-7228.
DECORATING-PAINTING — Neat and
LADIES alterations. Quick service. Rea- clean. Also small carpentry work. 542-
sonable prices. Experienced. 538-4030.
40—EMPLOYMENT MALE AND/OR FEMALE
Three More Part-Time
QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED
accountants who will earn
PAINTING. Interior-exterior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, KE 8.1047.
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
COLDSPOT refrigerator, frost-free, 14
cu. ft. 4 years old. Tappan gas range.
Both excellent condition. 862-6298.
Forest in Israel
' Holding their annual convention
in Israel, the Jewish Funeral Dir-
ectors of America planted a forest
in Israel through the Jewish Nat-
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kaufman of
Detroit were in the party of 193
that made the trip for the con-
vention and the forest planting.
Louis Schlossberg of Boston was
elected national president of the
association, to succeed Louis J.
Freehof of San Francisco.
Ira Kaufman, as a former presi-
dent, retains membership on the
national board of directors.
The visiting funeral directors
were addressed by Gen. Shlomo
$15 PER HOUR
preparing income tax returns, are needed for the tax season.
(We also have one full-time position which is still open.)
c; AMERICA &CANADA
If interested PHONE 532-1628
BURTON M. SEIDON
OAK PK. NR. 9 MI.
opq N; =1 IN;. 1-4 9.114
Reduced $1500 for quick sale
3-bedrm. brk. ranch plus Den, new
carpeting, good size bedrms., fin.
base. with half bath, gas ht., side
drive, garage. Ask for MR. LEAF.
Beautiful 6-room brick ranch. 3
bedrooms, 11/2 baths, attached ga.
rage, 73 ft. frontage. Full dining
room and kitchenette, built-in dish-
washer. Carpeting throughout. Ex-
cellent condition. Central air-condi-
For Appt. Call 398-6633
19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
12701 W. 10 MILE, Oak Park. Private
paneled office. $85 month. 398-4666.
MATH TUTORING, grades 7-12. James
Wlneman. UN 3-6372.
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng.
fish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254. 546-0583
31 — TRANSPORTATION
DRIVE my 1968 Buick to Miami Beach—
first week in January. References — In-
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
MR. AND MRS. IRA KAUFMAN
AT FUNERAL DIRECTORS'
FOREST SITE IN ISRAEL
Appreciate the wide opportunities and training in rewarding
jobs. Lots of interesting jobs — with fine future — are avail-
Apply now between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
Room 201, Leland House, 400 Bagley, Detroit
Room 5-19 Northwest Office Center, Southfield
(Southfield Rd. at 91/2 Mile)
13635 Greiner (Near 6 Mile & Gratiot)
225 S. Troy, Royal Oak
100 5. Gratiot, Mt. Clemens
105 E. Bethune (corner John R)
Michigan Bell Telephone Company
Part of the Nationwide Bell System
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Use your "On the job training" allowances from VA
thru employment with our company as
• Electrical Technicians
Receive full poy while training for a challenging career with
excellent fringe benefits and good opportunities to advance.
ALL around meat cutter wanted full-
time. Good wages and hours. Apply
meat department, 210 S. Woodward,
For information call 393-3202 or apply in person 8:30 a.m.-S:30
p.m. for interview at
BABYSITTER needed Monday-Thursday,
3:30 to 8:00 p.m., Sundays 8:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. 399-1970.
Room No. 201, Leland House, 400 Bagley, Defroif
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL teacher for pri-
vate school. English and Social Studies.
Part-time position. Call 548-9324.
Room S 101, Northwest Office Center, Southfield
23500 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn (Nr. Westborn)
19992 Kelly Road, Detroit (Hr. Eastland)
105 E. Bethune, Corner John R
Dynamic motivator wanted for
aggressive firm. Main Empha-
sis on developing and stimula-
ting Sales Force, but also
should know mortgage pack-
aging & closing. Earnings po-
tential over $20,000 first year.
Write Box 910, The Jewish
News, 17100 W. 7 Mi. Rd.
Detroit, Mich. 48235
Southfield at 91/2 Mile Road
An Equal Opportunity. Ernployer, "..
Goren, chief chaplain of the Is-
rael armed forces and chief rabbi-
elect of Tel Aviv, who stated:
"We believe that what has been
done .in Israel there last years is
partial fulfillment of the prophetic
vision—and the redemption of the
old Israel and the Temple Wall and
other holy places, including Mount
Sinai and the Jordan River, is the
greatest realization of the prophe-
tic vision in our times.
"Since this vision is connected
finally with world wide peace
among nations, we have to accom-
plish the entire vision when we will
have the opportunity between us
and our neighbors and finally to
get peace throughout the world. I
recognize this period from the
Jewish point of view as the beginn-
ing of the Messianic era."
Considerable time was devoted
at the convention to consultations
regarding the regulations and pro-
cedures for bringing deceased
Americans to Israel for burial, a
practice which is increasing rap-
idly each year. A special commit-
tee of the association will continue
to meet with representatives of the
ministries of health and religion,
and with the airlines, in an effort
to reduce delays and the cost to
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Yitzhak
Sullam, Israel's first heart trans-
plant, died Dec. 19. Belinson Hos-
pital reported that death was due
to kidney malfunction and not to
rejection of the new heart 'by bodily
rejection mechanisms. The 41-year-
old bank clerk, father of four, nev-
er came out of the coma into which
he lapsed after the operation last
Officials of Beilison Hospital re-
ported that they bad received a
number of offers from prospective
donors of various parts of their
bodies for posthumous use in such
The officials said it appeared that
since the Sullam operation, many
Israelis had decided that such
transplants were a vital part of
modern medicine. Meanwhile,
Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak
Nissim, who at first expressed
gratitude to the surgeons who did
the heart transplant, remarked
after learning of Sullam's death,
that "One should not be in a rush
on things like this."
The surgery was performed by
a team headed by Prof. Morris
Levi. Use of an artificial kidney
failed to halt the malfunction. The
patient had been treated with spec-
ial medicine ordered from Britain
which arrived the next night. Doc-
tors remained at his bedside
through the night. The hospital has
never indicated the donor of the
heart, partially because of fear of
protests from Israel's Orthodox
Jews. Some, though not all, Israeli
Orthodox leaders declared, during
the controversy which followed dis-
closure of the operation, that they
opposed all organ transplants.
Author Max Brod,
Pianist F. Pelleg
Mourned in Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel is
mourning the loss of two outstand-
ing personalities in the cultural
life of the country, Max Brod,
author, dramatist and composer,
died here Dec. 20 at age 85.
Frank Pelleg, pianist, harpsich-
ordist and composer, who appear-
ed as guest soloist with the Ger-
man, Prague and Israel Philhar-
monic orchestras, died in Haifa
Saturday at age 58.
Mr. Brod was a close friend of
Franz Kafka and was his literary
executor. His book s, "Ticho
Brahe's Way to God" and "Gali-
leo in Chains" won awards. His
musical productions included the
"Requiem Hebraicum" and cham-
ber and piano works. He was
known also as a critic and was art
adviser to the Habima National
He came to Israel from Prague
in 1939. He had played an active
part in Czechoslovak Jewish life
and had been vice president of the
Czechoslovak Jewish National
Jack Goldman, Owner
Mr. Pelleg, who also came from
Prague, was famed for bis inter-
of Luggage Business
Jack M. Goldman, founder and pretations of Bach and for his
owner for the past 45 years of interest in Baroque music.
Bates Luggage, 325 E. Jefferson,
died Sunday at age 78.
Jack Yager; Owned
Mr. Goldman was a life member
of Perfection Lodge of the Masons, Woodmere Clothiers
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and its men's
Jack A. Yager, owner of Wood-
club and the Hannah Schloss Old mere Clothiers, 9615 W. Fort, for
Timers. Born in Bay City, Mr. 12 years, died Tuesday at age 66.
Goldman lived in the Detroit area
Mr. Yager, 19308 Coyle, was
for the last 65 years. He resided at born in Russia and lived in Cedar
21849 Independence, Southfield.
Rapids, Ia., for 30 years before
Surviving are his wife, Shirley; coming to Detroit. He had been
and a son, Fred.
active in the community there. A
member of Zager-Stone Lodge,
MRS. MACK DIES AT 97
Bnai Brith, Mr. Yager also be-
Mrs. Julian W. (Cecile) Mack, longed to Temple Israel.
widow of Judge Mack, who was
Survivors are his wife, Mildred;
president of the Zionist Organiza- a son, Alvin; two daughters, Rosa-
tion of America, died in Bording- lyn and Mrs. Norman (Jean) Katz
hera, Italy, Dec. 20, at the age of Chicago, one brother and two