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Desirable Weiulerly Drive. $63,000 custonbuilt luxurious 4 level, 7 rooms plus 3 lovely rooms on lower level. Huge iiia,ster bedroom with bath ensuite. 2 other vanity baths. Dream kitchen with breakfast room. Landscaped, troed garden, 2 car attached garage. Finished bay room, Jiiany uiitstaiiding features. Mr. Verrall, 635-1170.
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Solid brick 2 storey home. :j;42,900. Beautiful entrance hall, gracious livuibj; and diiiing room, 4 elegant bedrooms. Modern superb kitchen, powder room on main floor. 2 other uaslirooiiis. Professional finished basement. Majiv extras, (.'lose to everything. Mrs. Gor-nowska, 635-1170,
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liumaculate 4 bedroom home. Main floor powder room, huge combined living-dining rooms with walk-out to patio. Modern kitchen with separate eating area. 4 twin size bedrooms. Attached garage. Desirable area for the larger family. Mrs. Solnik, 635-1170.
BATHUHST VILLAGE SIDE-SPLIT Immaculate. 5 \ears new 6 3/4^f mortgage - 20 years to go. Combined living and dining rooms. Newest style kitchen with all modern conveniences and walk-out to' patio, 4 twin size bedrooms with 3 pc. washroom en-, suite. Huge panelled den with all built-ins and walk-out to beautiful garden. Professionally finished basement, rec, ruom with wet bar. Extras galore. Mcest home on the nicest street in the area. Mrs. Solnik, 635-1170.
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$20,000 down to one mortgage, 7^c, 23 years to go. 7 room side-split bungalow with all modern conveniences, fully air conditioned. Many expensive extras. Huge living-dining rooms, French Provincial kitchen. 3 huge bedrooiiis, 3 pc, washroom ensuite, panelled den with walk-mii steps to bus, schools, synagogues and shiippiiig, Mrs, Sulnik, 635-1170.
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$8,000 duwii to line mortgage. 2 storey, 6 room solid l)rick, attaclit-d garage on a 50' lot, center hall plan with iiiige living-dining rooms. Large kitchen, 3 huge bedrooms, luads of cupboards tliroughout house. Close to all roiiveiiiencts. First time offered. Mrs. Solnik, 635-1170.
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$34,500, 6 room back-split bungalow, large kitchen, combined living-dining area, 2 bathrooms, finished basement. Private drive and carport. Excellent mort- , gages. Mr. I issog 925r2131 or Res. 636-2066.
B.\THIRST STREET NORTH OF SHEPPARD AVE. 382 Ellerslie Avenue - Solid brick, 8 rooms back-split, 4 washrooms. Finished basement, double garage. 8^1 mortgage. Mr. I.Issog 925-2131 or Res. 636-2066.
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THE BETH TZEDEC TALMUDIC STUDY GROUP Conveys its deepest condolences TO THE FAMILY OF THE-LATE
A dedicated colleague chavau aloe'avdin
BAIMOIL, SOLOMON. -Oji February 4th, late of 30 D'Arcy St.
BUCKSTEIEN, HERSCH-ELL.- On February 4th, late of Z121 Bathurst St.
CHOLIVA, SAM.- On February 9th, late of 27Beatrice Ave.
COHEN, HARRY.-On February 8th, late ,of 18 Lynn-haven Rd.
EISEN, SIDNEY.- On February. 7th, late, of 188 Dun-blaine Ave.
GOLDGRUB, SARAH.- On February 4th, late of 3388 Bathurst St.
GULKO, HYMAN. .- On February 4th, late of 3560 Bathurst St.
LEVY, RACHEL.-OnFebT ruary 9th, late of 544 Lawrence Ave.
NORRIS, EVELYN.- On February 9th, late of 120, Shelborne Ave. . RICHMOND, ANNIE.- On February 9th, late of 24 . Allmgham Gardens.
ROK, HINDA.. On February 7th, late of 3560 Bathurst St.
: RYTWO, MARY.-. On February 4th, late of 83Clavir
SILVER, SAMUEL. - On February 5th late of .725 Woburn Ave.
STRATHMAN, SAMUEL,- • : On February 6th, late of 4340 Bathurst St.
SZIGETI, SEDELL.- On .February. 8th,. late of 64 Robingrove Rd.
WOODS, ROSE.- On February 6th, late of 25 Cedar-croft Rd»
At the time,of Shiva ji , G'vc the gift of Life ; . ' Plant trees in Israel .
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Two Storey $96,000. Custom built, lu.xuriuus executive tiome ideally located in finest part of village. Spacious tliroughout. Fully air,.con-d'itioned; underground sprinklers. Main floor powder room. Beautifully panelled library. Five twin-sized bedrooms, 3 baths on second floor. Ultra modern kitchen, fully equipped. For appointment call Mrs. H. Mosten c.-\NADA PERMANENT TRUST co., Realtor, 789--7311 or 782-0942.
FIT for A KING -BATHURST-FINCH $98,000. Custom designed for lu.xurious living, featuring all ultra-modern conveniences. All 4 carpeted bedrooms are e-quipped with intercom. Laundry room discreetly adjoins the Hollywood kitchen. The living room, den and family room artistically panelled and broadloonied. Bar room with spacious counter. Rec. room and maid's room in lower level. If only the l)est will do, then this 3 1/2yearnewdream home is created especially for you. Call Mr. Car-valho - Office 653-5530, Res. 536-7729. H. KEITH LTD. Realtor.
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Refined gentleman seeks private or self-contained room and bath; no cooking; BattiurSt-Eglinton -Lawrence area preferred; nice neighborhood. Call weekends only 787-3386.
Male college graduate needs room and/or board and/or job opportunity. References. Mr. Seth Grossman, 4104 Raleigh Rd., Baltimore, M.D. 21208. USA
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BATHL-RST - EGLINTON Cook/housekeeper urgently needed for 2 adults. Live in; top wages; experienced in plain cooking. Take charge of home. Private room, bath, TV. Char kept. Call 531-6215; after-6 p.m. 783-7394.
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ATTENTION LADIES AND GENTLEMEN who wish to find suitable marriage partners or friends. Mrs. Fren has well qualified people to help you and has been serving the community for. many years. Cal! 532-4207 or write 1175 Bay Street.
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Very pretty university graduate; good background, wishes to meet a well-educated young gentleman. Reply Box No. 3505, The Canadian Jew- : ish News, 3433 Bathurst SUjIornto 19.
Business woman, intelligent, late 50's (widow), would like to meet similar, with means to travel or friendship; call 636-1595 between 8 - 10 a.m. or.evenings. —
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An exclusive JCNS Interview with'the editor of the Jerusalem Arab daily newspaper El-Kuds.
Ml: .M.\IL\!t>ll) KI.-Zl'LOF. tlie cdiloi; and publisher of I'lKiids ,in East .lerii.sak'm, \vii() i.s iritical of Israel and jjeiyoria yion 'jKiUi ill .lor(i;tn at tlio same lime, believes tliat a i'aiestiiiiiiM Slate nHisislinij of the VVesl Bankjiid (la/.a. Willi a corridor across Israel would be the only way to a setlltWiitiii thai sector, lie would like .siici) a Slate to have liegemoiiy over .Jerusalem, bui would settle tor iiilernalionalisalioti.
.\lr F.l-Zulol al.so believes that West Hank .\rab Icadfrs. by and larije. ai^rec with this, but do not luive the couraf^e to say so. •
ilearlnji a friend thai Mr El-Zulof holds
"open house ■■ every niyht at about eleven, after his'|)aper has j^one to press, we had made our way
to the handsome mansion which houses his enterprise in Kast .Jerii.s;ilem.
Till' door was open and we pushed in. peering* into olTices until we found the editor, a tall -well over si.x leet—lieavyish, but not flabby, handsome man of about forty, dressed in tweeds and sitting behind a massive desk in a chair suitable for the eliaiiinan ol any larjjc company.
Mr El-Ziilof spoke openly aiid freeh aboiii everything w-e asked, smiling Ihroiighout and savouring both questions and answers. J asked him whether it was safe to keep his front door unlocked, in view of the fact that he probably had some potent political enemies, and be replied that friends thought liiiii crazy to do .so.
Ifmvever, he did not think aiislhinij would happen to hiui
or his building, and. if it did. he could take it. lie has taken it n'lany limes belore, he said, still smiling. lUs reference was to the closing by the Israelis of his highly successful " Al Jihad " and his le.ss successful but equally beloved Knglish-language " Jerusalem Times." when KasI Jerusalem fell in June. 1967.
Was he heavily censored"? He was not censored al all, he .said. Sitice he never printed any military news, but stuck to political ntallers. he was lell .strictly alone. 'I'here was absolutely nothing to complain of on that score.
He wa-! s((»riilul of the " ofiicial " ' .Arab newspaper sponsoretl l)y tlie I.sraeli Gov-ernnteiU - in compelilion with Itis. and doultled it ii had more
than a tlioii.sand readers, while his paper, he claimed, sold about If).000 copies daily.
Himself a refugee tfrom JalTai. he disagreed with those other refugees who saw only a return to their former homes as a just solution lo their home-Icssne.ss. The Palestinian Slate was I he answer, he said.
Hul could it be viable ? Certainly, he replied. All it would need would be some industrialisation. King I]us.sein. he said, had seen to it that all industry was concentrated on the East Bank, so that he could keep the West Bank agricultural and thus backward and no threat to him.
Mr El-Zulof said that while the West Bankers did not want lo live under the Israelis, neither did they want to live under Hussein. Asked whether Jordan could survive without
the West Hank, he smiled and shrugged his .shoulders to indicate that he could not care Ies.s. He probably vvoiild not be too reluctant to incorporate old 'l'ran.sjordan into his Palestine Slate.
'He appeared lo adriiire the Israelis —without liking them--for their know-how, and praised them for what Ihey had done for agriculture on the West Bank in the two-and-ahalf years of their occupation.
Mr ElrZulof said he frequently travelled to other Arab countries, mainly Lebanon, but no longer to Jordan, " where they don't like me very_mucli."
.lie finds that practically no one in the other countries believes him wiien he talks about the freedom of travel allowed by Israel from and lo the occu-/ied areas, and the fact that orry-loads of produce move freely across the two bridges into Jordan and other Arab countries, with which a lively commerce exists — livelier, in fact, than belore the Six-Day War.
He recalled that, last summer in Beirut, he was asked how he spent his holidays, and he replied : " Swimming." His Lebanese friends said they were happy to hear that the pools in East Jerusalem were back in use, but Mr El-Zulof said that he preferred the sea. "The sea? Where ? They did not believe him when he said " Herzlia " or "Netanya " in Israel.
Mr El-Zulof is apparently wealthy and quite happy, with his business, his political activities and. not least, his family. His wife is, a Eiiropean and his children, it is apparent, are the apple of his eye.
He is a mah to be reckoned with in the Israeli-.Arab conflict - if he survives.
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should be sought on the basis of the November, 1967, Security Council resolution.
He fully supported the two main principles of the resolution: withdrawal of Israeli forces from the occupied territories and the right of ail States in the region to have sovereignty, independence and security.
WILNER IN MOSCOW
. Tel Aviv (JGNS). - Meir Wilner, the Jewish secretary-general oflsrael'spro-Mdscow and pro-Nasser New Communist party (Rakah), arrived in the Soviet Union.
According to a party announcement, he will be resting at a convalescent home near Moscow because his health was impaired by the recent election campaign. Observers here believe, however, that the main reason for the visit is to discuss the new Soviet line sup^-porting the Arab terrorist organizations.
Until now, Rakah has denounced terrorism and has called for opposition to Israel's "occupation policy" by legal means. Should Moscow require it to change this attitude and support sabotage instead, it will face the risk of being banned.-
Already there ^have been many demands to'outlaw the party for its open support of Arab nationalism and the "Palestinian struggle".
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