THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS 40-AEMPLOYMENT WANTED
38—Friday, July 2, 1971
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
III- -HOUSESFOR SALE
FRANKLIN MILLS SUB.
Roseland Woods Sub-Division
Grey brick ranch, 8 years old. This
2100 sq. ft. home consists of 4
bedrooms, living room, dining room,
large paneled family room with
parquet floor, breakfast room, kitch-
en with dishwasher, and 18 ft. re-
frig. Full basement with lay. 5 ton
air conditioner, electronic filter,
gas incinerator. Center entrance.
2 car garage.
For appt. call 356-4802
1 2 acre lot. 3 bedrooms,
den, 2 baths,
looking completely private yard
with inground pool. Many
Best buy ! Owner anxious. 3 bedrm.
brick ranch. Family rm. CENTRAL
AIR, custom appointments thruout.
Priced to sell immediately. Be sure
to see this.
Ask for MARY GREENBERG
OAK PARK—BY OWNER
i t pen Sun. and Mon. 1-5
3 . bedroom brick ranch, central air,
passhall, large living room and
dining area. Carpeting. Full base-
17•A—LOTS FOR SALE
Coventry Woods Lone
Off of Bell Rood
near Shaarey Zedek
ON LOON LAKE
Waterford Township. Zoned multi-
17-D—ACREAGE FOR SALE
A rare parcel of land in
Oakland Twp. (Where the
action goes) Frontage on
3 paved roads.
For More Information Call
To settle estate. Wooded lot, 3/4
acre, nr. Northwestern and 13 Mile
Rd. Sewers, gas, water.
FRANKLIN — Highest peak, 5 1/2 acres.
Magnificently surrounded by 20 ft pine
trees. MI 6-3990.
STORES FOR LEASE
All grades. M.A.-B.S. degrees.
Certified, experienced teacher.
545 - 3898
BAR MITZVA, synagogue, Hebrew
863-3191 or 399-9666
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
ELDERLY WIDOW requires minor care
and light housekeeping. Live-in. Refer-
ences. LI 7-2589.
OUR BUSINESS IS GOOD
Come in and -start making $ $ $!
Buy, sell and list with a profes-
sional. We are expanding our Sales
Force and have openings for 3
licensed salespeople. Our large vol-
ume of listings and investor owned
properties and extensive advertis-
ing program guarantees high year-
ly earnings. For an interview call
MR. RICHARD SILVERMAN.
342 - 8600
WANTED — Live-in housekeeper for
elderly woman. ample time off. UN
2-9254 or 557-3911.
for women's organization 5 days.
Shorthand, typing necessary. Salary
WRITE BOX 1026
The Jewish News, 17515 W. 9 Mile
Rd., Suite 865. Southfield, Michi-
MATURE companion wanted for elderly
woman. Light duties. Beautiful room.
368-1200, 358-0110, LI 4-7570.
1-5 daily or hours to suit for Bldr's
office. Must know typing, book-
keeping and do general office work.
CRANBROOK HOMES, INC.
1151 West 9 Mile, Ferndale
HOUSEKEEPER, live-in, care for elder-
ly invalid couple. Experience in kosher
home desirable. 557-2926 until 9 p.m.
Mature person, pleasant compan-
ion for elderly couple. Licensed driv-
er. Travel south in winter. Live-in
541-5082 or 532-2590 days
Wanted for furniture department in
discount department store. No ex-
perience necessary. APPLY DAILY
9 a.m. BUILT-RIGHT CENTER,
NO PHONE CALLS
LIVE-IN companion needed for elderly
lady. Must have car or license. Lovely
private room and bath. Huntington
Experienced woman will care for
children only, ages 3 months to
8 years while you vacation. Ex-
Latin Jews Plan Aliya
!Stang' Dies in Jail
sands of Latin-American Jews,
ACCOUNTANT-Office Manager, experi- particularly Argentinians, a r e
enced, seeks work with building, in-
surance or real estate office. 474-0983. making plans for resettlement in
Israel, it was reported here by
Max Starkman, president of the
Latin-American Conference of Gen-
Metro Window Cleaning
Experts on aluminum storm win-
dows, aluminum and woodwork
Most of the intended emigres
washing. Eaves cleaned. Tree trim-
ming. Free estimates.
are students, professionals or busi-
Starkman added that the new
guaranteed. TY 7-2501.
interest in aliya has special signif-
PAINTING, carpentry work. Free esti- icance. Many of the present can-
mates. 544-4104, 542-3270.
didates for immigration to Israel
once were counted as assimilation-
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. ists, having little or no intrests in
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household Judaism or the state of Israel. Two
factors are responsible for this
furnishings, office furniture.
transformation: the uncertain
political and economic future of
Latin-America and the enthusiasm
HERALD ROOFING CO.
for Israel in the wake of the Six-
Local Independent Roofer
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
534-5100 or Res. 676-5070
COMPLETE remodeling — additions,
kitchen s, dens, basements, family
rooms. Free estimates. 538-6894.
LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office
Local and Long-Distance
HOT SPRINGS, Arkansas — will drive
air-conditioned car. will take passen-
gers. Leaving after July fourth. 968-
3 bedroom, 11/2 bath colonial, beau-
tifully decorated, carpeting, central
air. Fireplaced family room, kitchen
built-ins, first floor utilty room.
Full basement. Assume 7',• mort-
gage wth low down payment.
STORE for lease. 10 Mile-Greenfield
area. LI 5-5576 or 557-4725.
acres. All improvements
MA 6 - 1570 or 535 - 6023
Leaving city — Good buy. 3 bed-
room, 2 bath brick ranch, built-ins,
Fenced in yard. Park view.
WOMAN, mature experienced diver-
sified agency, synagogue, school gen-
eral office, references. WE 5-3930.
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. 474-8953.
PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ron. 968-4576 after 5.
Bank Interest 16.5 Pct.
JERUSALEM (ZINS)—The cur-
rent interest payable on personal
loans from Israel banks is now 16 1/2
per cent, a rate sanctioned by the
Considering that it is difficult to
obtain personal loans from banks,
many borrowers are compelled to
negotiate their loans from private
sources. It is said that the interest
paid on such loans averages 25
per cent per year and can go even
A-1 Painting & Decorating
Fully licensed and insured. In-
terior and exterior. No job too
big or too small. Reasonable.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
CARPENTRY WORK. Interior. exterior.
Specializing in rec. rooms. 273-4826, LI
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spec-
ialist, garbage disposals repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.
ELECTRIC repairs. Prompt. Reason-
60 - C — TRUCKS FOR SALE
1960 DODGE dump triuck with steel
scrap box. Phone 557-8785.
Poor Among Israelis:
They're Not Starving
Davar economist Joseph Canaan,
Israel is one of the few countries
in the world with no incidence of
stark hunger. That alone, says
Canaan, milist be counted as a
great aeomplishment. The so-
called poverty level is reflected
rather in housing.
According to 1969 government
igures, there are 54,500 families
in crowded housing conditions
with a density of three persons
per room. These families consti-
tute 8.5 per cent of the total Jew-
ish population. In addition to these,
a further 14,000 families live in
slums and dilapidated quarters
which pose a threat to health and
security. Although the most vocal
protests against these conditions
occurred in Jerusalem, the center
of poverty is Tel Aviv.
According to official figures
there are 13,000 families in Tel
Aviv, comprising some 40,000 per-
sons, who receive welfare. They
represent 10 per cent of the city's
population. Another 80,000 Tel
Avivians, with jobs, continue to
live in inadequate quarters. There
are also 60,000 senior citizens, age
65 and over, a third of whom have
to get along on very meager pen-
DUESSELDORF, G e r m an y—
Franz Stangl, former commander
of Treblinka concentration camp,
died in jail here while awaiting a
new trial on charges that he mur-
dered at least 400,000 Jews. He
was sentenced to life imprison-
ment Dec. 22.
.Stangl, 63, was reported to have
died while having lunch in his cell.
The spokesman said cause of
death probably was a heart ail-
A member of the SS Elite
Guard, Stang' ran Treblinka in
1942 and 1943. He was arrested in
Brazil in 1967 and was extradited
to West Germany. Before the Dus-
seldorf court sentenced him, he
said he had only done his "duty as
a police official." He later appealed
Daylight Savings Bill
Dropped by Sponsors
SPRINGFIELD, ILL. (JTA)—A
bill introduced in the Illinois House
of Representatives to extend day-
light saving time through the entire
year, was dropped by its sponsor,
Representative Harold A. Katz,
after the Chicago chapter of Agu-
dath Israel of America brought to
the attention of the sponsors that
this measure would create religious
difficulties for Orthodox Jews, the
A similar bill, introduced in the
New York Legislature by State
Senator Roy Goodman, •was dropped
last month through the. interven-
tion of the national Agudath Israel.
Is Solemnized Here
Megdell from Flin
Joseph Megdell, founder and
former president of Yankee Stores,
is developing two mobile home
parks in Florida, one near Disney
World, and has plans to build a
12-story condominium apartment
building in St. Petersburg Beach.
But this new development doesn't
mean Megdell is losing interest in
Flint. He is a member of the Flint
Area Conference, Inc., a nonprofit
corporation of leaders of the Flint
business community studying ways
to redevelop the central business
And "just to keep busy," he has
been named to the executive board
of the Tall Pines Council ,of. the
Boy Scouts of America.
He resigned from the board of
Borman's Inc. in March, he said,
"to devote my time to other activi-
ties." But Megdell said he still
serves as a consultant to the firm
and is one of the larger share-
He maintains offices in Flint and
Orlando, and homes in Florida,
but he considers himself a Flint
Helped Run Market
Elizabeth Schwartz, owner and
operator of the Third Ave. Food
Market for 31 years with her hus-
band Frank, died June 19 at age
Mrs. Schwartz, 1627 Euclid, was
born in Debreczen, Hungary, and
resided in Flint the last 31 years,
coming from Cleveland. She was
a member of Cong. Beth Israel
and the sisterhood. Surviving are
her husband; and a son, Larry
Bruce Razek of Saginaw.
Vice is waste of life. Poverty,
obedience and celibacy are the
The good man wins a victory
and then stops; he will not go on
—George Bernard Shaw. I to acts of violence.—Lao-Tse.
MRS. DAVID PUGH
Adelle Marie Blum and David
Nelson Pugh were united in mar-
riage last Friday afternoon, with
Rabbi Hillel Millgram and Cantor
Abraham Ranani of Cong. Beth
Israel officiating at the ceremony,
held in the home of the bride's
The newlyweds are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blum of
Sugar Bush Ln. and the Joseph
Pughs of Lake Dr. SE, Grand
The bride wore a floor length,,
soft-pleated gown of aquamarine
silk-faced jersey, with a high
neckline and long, cuffed sleeves.
A deep midriff banding marked
the natural waistline. She car-
ried a Bible with sprays of
cascading rose s, Stephanotis
and babies' breath. A flower
spray secured the short veil of
Attending the bride were Ellen ;
Gordon of New Jersey, as maid
of honor, and Marcia Blum, the
bride's sister, as bridesmaid. Mr.
Pugh's best man was John Graber
of Grand Rapids, and Terrance
Ryan of Grand Rapids was usher.
Also in the wedding party were
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Himelhoch, and the
bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs.
Clarence Long of Grand Rapids.
The couple plans to honeymoon
in Bermuda before taking up
residence in East Lansing, where
the couple attends Michigan State