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February 07, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-07

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38—Friday, February 7, 1969 Fg

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24-A—PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

LET US HELP YOU

RAVINE LOT

Southfield—Residential Ravine lot
with running stream. Over an acre
of land. Water & gas in, also deep
well. Priced 314,000.

ASK FOR DONNA TITSCHLER

EL 7-5414

SELL, RENT or MANAGE
YOUR PROPERTY
in OAK PARK or DETROIT

We Do Pay Cash, If You Prefer

546-6211

GELLER

chamberlain

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

Southfield and 11 Mile Roads

17-C—WANTED—LOTS

MATH TUTORING, grades 7-12. James
Wineman. UN 3-6372.

BAR.MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng.
Ush. Experienced tutor. 342-9254. 546-0583

FOR AN excellent Bar-Mitzva perform-
ance call Joshua Shames. UN 2-0372.

W-A-N-T-E-D

Vacant Lots & Acreage

Residential or Business
Detroit or Suburb

366-2996

3200 E. Outer, Detroit 48234

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

ARTIST

Young agressive accountant for active
production home builder. Good future.
Write Box No. 913,

walls and furniture.

THE JEWISH NEWS
17100 W. 7 MILE RD.
Detroit, Mich. 48235

NEEDED
SCHOOL SECRETARY

Position available for a school sec-
retary. Week-day afternoons and
Sunday morning.

Contact Mr. Fishman
357-5544

WORK IN PAWN SHOP

PIANO OR organ lessons given at
your home Experienced and thorough.
Sigmond Ross, 272-2249.

Teen-ager—after school okay
or person, part-time. No ex-
perience needed.

HOUSEKEEPER WANTED

For light duties—kosher home.
Part-time, good salary. 2 adults.
Call evenings and Sunday
after 6.

542 - 8670

of

REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE

Make More Money

Grand opportunity to associate yourself with a live & fast
growing organization, with offices in the Suburbs &
Detroit. Liberal drawing account to salespeople with
proven background. We are established & highly re-
garded. We have the 'know-how' in all facets of Real
Estate. Member of N. Woodward Board & Multi-List, &
Detroit Real Estate Board. If you are considering a
change for the better, contact MR. KLINE at

353-8600

All inquiries treated in strict confidence.

LOOKING FOR AN
INTERESTING JOB?

Many positions now available
AS

TELEPHONE OPERATORS
CLERK TYPISTS
KEY PUNCH OPERATORS
STENOGRAPHERS

1400 Michigan
WO. 2-8698

Real Estate People

Must be presently licensed. Learn the
Real Estate business from a MAN'S
point of view. This is your opportunity
to join Oakland County's largest buying
office if you're not satisified with your
present earnings, you will be interested
in what we have to offer.

Penn Realty

LI 8-1900

COMPANION WANTED

For elderly doctor's mother.
Must be good natured and in-
dustrious. Familiar with Jew-
ish cooking. Must live in. Light
housekeeping duties essential.
Salary excellent.

CALL MA 6-6100

CLERK
TYPIST

This Association has an open-
ing in the Accounting Dept.,
Downtown Detroit Office, which
will be subsequently relocated
to 10 Mile and Northwestern,
Southfield, in approximately
one year.
Good starting salary for ex-
perienced typist to train for
flex-o-writer operation.

Apply Personnel Dept.-7th Floor

AMERICAN SAVINGS
600 Woodward

An equal opportunity employer

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

BABYSITTER available for evenings.
Call after 6. 8624238.

CARE FOR infant or pre-school child
while mother teaches. Excellent ref-
erences. Oak Park or Southfield. LI
1-6050.

50 — BUSINESS CARDS

APPLY OR CALL

LADIES alterations. Quick service. Ex-
erienced. Reasonable prices. 538-4030.

Between 8:30 A.M. and 5 P.M. Monday thru Friday

PLUMBING. Expert home repair speci-
alist. garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.

ROOM 201, LELAND HOUSE
400 Bagley, Detroit, Phone 393-2815

225 S. TROY, ROYAL OAK Phone 543-9910

100 S. GRATIOT, MT. CLEMENS Phone 468-9957

13635 GREINER, DETROIT

Also positions as

ATTENTION !

Apartment and house owners.
Commercial and custom paint-
ing. 24-hour service. Insured.
Free estimates.

Call Now 861-8540

• Installers
• Splicers
• Electrical Technicians

APPLY OR CALL

A-1 PAPERHANGING and painting. Im.
mediate service. UN 4-0326.

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005
526 Belmont.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Between 8:30 A.M. and 5 P.M. Monday thru Friday

Household and Office Furniture

ROOM 201, LELAND HOUSE
400 Bagley, Detroit, Phone 393-2815

Local and Inter-state
Also storage.
894-4587

105 E. BETHUNE (Corner of John R)

SMALL JOBS, basement ceiling and
floors tiled, walls paneled. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4576.

Phone 875-2081

Rooms-101 Northwest Office Center, Southfield
(Southfield at 9 1/2 Mile)
Phone 357-4473

23500 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn

Phone 565-5740

Michigan Bell
Telephone Co.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

50—BUSINESS CARDS

Person needed to work in pawn shop.
No experience necessary. WO 2-8698.

NEED TUTORING? Spanish, math.
Transportation provided. Call 356-5229.

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

G. & W. Real Estate

t

.

EXPERT PAPERHANGING
PAINTING

Hand painted decorating on

358-2877

HOUSE PAINTING, interior and exter-
ior, garages and trim. Phone 371-5373.

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. All types—resi-
dential, commercial. EL. 6-7228.

PAINTING and decorating. All work
guaranteed. References. TY 7.2501.

FURNITURE refinished and repaired .
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.

DECORATING-PAINTING — Neat and
clean. Also small carpentry work. 542-
3270.

Secretary of State Asked
for Report on De Gaulle's
Intentions in Mid East

3 UN Picketers
Expelled From
Satmar Yeshiva

NEW YORK (JTA) — Three
young followers of the Satmar
Rebbe in Williamsburg who took
part in a demonstration in front
of the United Nations on Jan. 14
against the state of Israel and its
retaliatory attack on the Beirut
airport have been expelled from
the Satmar Yeshiva and banned
from the Satmar Synagogue. .
The action against the three
youths was taken as an indication
of its displeasure of the Satmar
Rebbe over their participation in
the picketing which was done with-
out permission or approval from
the Hasidic sect, the JTA was in-
formed.
The youths, age 17 to 19, were
expelled from Yeshiva Tora V'Yira
and banned from the Yitev Leiv
Synagogue in what amounted to
an act of social ostracism against
them, the JTA was told.
Two other Satmar youths who
took part in the demonstration
averted similar punishment, the
JTA was told, when they con-
vinced sect leaders that they re-
pented their picketing. The three
expelled youths have the same
option, it was indicated, although
it could not be learned whether
they intended to seek a reversal of
the ouster action.
The Satmar Rebbe followers
were among a group of some 100
bearded Williamsburg Jews who
took part in the demonstration in
expressing the view among ultra-
Orthodox Jews that the modern
state of Israel is opposed to tradi-
tional Judaism. A leaflet distribut-
ed during the protest asserted that
Israel "is not and cannot be a
`Jewish State'."

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rep.
Seymour Halpern, ranking Repub-
lican member of the international
finance subcommittee of the House
Banking and Currency Committee,
asked Secretary of State William
P. Rogers for "an immediate re-
port on indications that the anti-
Israel policies of President de
Gaulle of France are designed to
attract hard currency deposits by
Arab oil sheikhs to the Bank of
France to strengthen the franc and
manipulate other currencies in-
cluding the dollar."
The Congressman said that bank-
ing sources in Paris and Beirut
have confirmed his suspicion that
"The decline of the franc led de
Gaulle to a desperate and cynical
accommodation with the Arabs
even though it facilitates Soviet
designs and undermines American
interests.
"It appears that de Gaulle h.
irresponsibly exploiting what Presi-
dent Nixon has termed a 'powder-
keg' situation in the Middle East. Arab-Jewish Ties Aided
He is doing this while piously and
hypocritically proposing so-called With Grant to Hebrew U
peace plans hatched in Moscow JERUSALEM—The Hebrew Uni-
and Cairo," said Rep. Halpern.
versity Adult Education Center has
Rep. Halpern told Secretary received a grant of 157,000 pounds
Rogers that "our government
($45,530) for the year 1969 from
must respond immediately. De the "Avi Continuation" (Rothschild
Gaulle is jeopardizing the shaky Foundation) towards expanding its
Mideastern balance and risking Arab-Jewish cultural projects and
a world nuclear conflagration by its programs for adult education
throwing France behind the in immigrant centers.
Arabs in a desperate gamble for
The grant will enable the center
massive hard currency transfers to develop its Arab and Hebrew
to Paris from American, British language teaching courses for the
and other banks." two sectors of the population of
It was reported from Beirut that Jerusalem, as well as its educa-
leading Lebanese parliamentarians tional programs in Ramie. It also
called for withdrawal of Arab will make it possible for the center
bank accounts from countries sup- to launch a new teaching project
porting Israel and depositing of in Beth Shemesh, site of the new-
such funds in the Bank of France ly opened French-Israeli Tur-
in appreciation of Gen. de Gaulle's bomeca jet engine factory.
embargo on spare parts and mili-
Following the ideas of the late
tary equipment for Israel.
Prof. Martin Buber, who founded
The French newspaper Combat the Adult Education Center and
said Gen. de Gaulle has proposed became one of the pioneers for
a secret plan to strengthen the I mutual understanding between
Bank of France with Arab de- Jews and Arabs, the center shortly
posits, permitting him to under- after the Six-Pay War launched
mine British and American cur- a Hebrew language teaching pro-
rencies.
ject in East Jerusalem for Arabs
Combat also said contacts with and parallel with this an Arabic
Russia have been ordered by Gen. language course for Jews from
de Gaulle for an agreement for West Jerusalem. This project to-
joint support of the Arabs to "en- day has an enrollment of some 250
circle and neutralize" Israel. The Arabs and Jews studying one an-
plan reportedly involves technical other's languages.
and military aid and military ex-
perts. France would be responsible
Genetic counseling can prevent
for Israel's northern and eastern , certain inherited birth defects by
flank, including Iraq, Lebanon and' discouraging high-risk conceptions,
Syria.
according to the March of Dimes.
The Soviet Union would insinuate
itself into Jordan and build up its
position in Egypt, it said. Jordan
has just signed a trade agreement
its first—with Russia.

Now Possible To
Shrink Hemorrhoids

Egyptian Folksingers
Expected Full House in
Riga, Learn Otherwise

And Promptly Stop Itching,
Relieve Pain In Most Cases.

Science has found a medication
• with the ability, in most cases—
to relieve pain, itching and shrink
INTERIOR ONLY.
LONDON (ZINS) — A poignant
hemorrhoids. In case after case
example of Soviet popularity for
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All tickets had been sold out well
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianh-ST appliances, household in advance, but when the curtain
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tion H Ointment or Suppositories.
was
raised,
not
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single
person
8829 Northend—Ferndale
—Adv.
showed up for the concert.
543-4832

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