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Luxury 4 Bodroonti Bungalow $40,006 down; Elegant entrance; 24'living room; 16' dining room; 18' Hollywood kitchen with separate dining area; 4 twin sized bedrooms; Panelled den; Huge rec room; 4 washrooms; Maid's quarters; Expensive built-ins & extras. Mr. Canton, 633-7777.
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$59,900; Fully air conditioned 4 bedroom side split; Spacious, elegant rooms; Ultra modern kitchen opening to patio; All bedroom twin sized; Panelled den & rec room; Double garage. Mrs. Weisfeld, 633- -7777.
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6 room bungalow plus basement apt; Large living & dining rooms; Family sized kitchen; 3 bathrooms; Attached garage; Income Will help carry! Don't miss this! Mrs. Estrin, 633-7777.
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$15,000 dovm, one mortgage back, easy financing,' luxury 3 plex^ huge living and dining rooms L shaped, modern kitchen refinished in mahogany with eating area. 3 oversized bedrooms, close to everything, many extras. Call Mrs. Solnik 6351170.
BATHURST & WILSON
$15,000 down, one mortgage back, terms to suit purchaser, huge L shape living and dining rooms, 3 oversized bedrooms, modern kitchen, refinished in mahogany with big breakfast area. Many extras, close to everything. CaU Mrs. Solnik 635-1170.
BATHURST & WILSON
Bargain of the week.-$12,000 down, interesting 2 storey solid brick home with radiant oil heating, each room's temperature individually controlled. 7 room family home plus fourth bedroom and panelled recreation room in basement. 3 bathrooms, double garage, tasteful draperies and carpeting go vwth this house, along with air conditioning. Many surprise extras. 5 exit doors from house. Ravine treed picturesque lot. See it today.
CaU Mrs. Sher 635-1170.
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EXPERIENCED CARPENTER Offices, rac rooms, modern kitclMns, built-in furniture, cedar closets, etc. reasonable; call 633-2931.
refined young woman would like to look after people at home; live out; reasonable; 533-4398.
Same place over 40 years; made to measure - $75.00 suits, stacks, top coats; manufacturer to wearer; all patterns and styles; ask for SOL — 532-3410.
English widow will wash dishes, help in kitchen, babysit, in return for small furnished bedroom; references; please write, Rachel Shore, 32? Church St., Toronto 2.
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HOUSE FOR SALE
Landscaped, 3 bedroom bungalow with attached garage; rented basement apartment; near schools, Syna^ gogues and shopping; owner has bought, bid your own price; all reasonable offers considered; principals only; call 633-2428.
MATHEMATICS Tutoring by visiting graduate Write Box 31. Station D. Scarborough
Salesgirl vyanted in bakery; experience desir^ able but not necessary; part or full time; good salary; 636-1055
COHEN, MINNIE. - On July 8th, late of 36 Nassau. St.;'
FREIDMAN, SARAH IDA^ Oii July 1st, late of 183 Gien Cedar Rd.
FREIFELD, LOUIS. - On July 5tli, late of Z Manor Haven Rd.
GREESON, JOSEPH. - On July 2nd, formerly Boston.
MARKS, REBECCA. - On July. 4th, late of 133 Win-nett Ave.
MiNDLIN, ALFRED. - On July 2nd, Jate of London, Ont
MIRSKY, ROSE ZUBATA. -On July 3rd, late of2121 BathurstSt.
WALTMAN, LOUIS. - On July 8th, late of 1603 Bathurst St.
ZOLOTOVSKY, EVA.-On July 1st, late of 3270 Bathurst St.
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BALABIN, GUSSE.-On June 30th, late of 675Brunet, Street.
BESSNER HARRY.-On June 30th, late of Montreal
BLUMER, SAM.^OnJune 28th, late of Montreal
BLUSTEIN, YETTA.-On June 27th, late of 5773 Mc-Alear, Cote St Luc
BULUA, HI. - Oh June 28th, late of Montreal
FAGEN, ALTER. - On June 2nd, late of 5174 Clark
FINKE LSTEIN, LILLIAN.-On July 2nd, late of Montreal -
GINSBERG, ISSE. - On June 30th, late of Montreal
GOLD, HYMAN. - On June 30th, late of 3275 Linton
GOLDBERG, EEARL.-On June 29th, late of Montreal
GOLDSTEIN, DAVID.-On .June 27tb, late of Montreal
LINDER, JACK. - On July 2nd, late of 2355 St Louis St, St Laurent
MILLER, IDA.-On July 1st late of Montreal
MOSCOVICZ, ROSETTA.-On July 1st late of Montreal
RESIN, ANN (KATZOFF).-On July 3rdi late of 5510 Robinson.
SAND, LILY.-On July 1st late of Montreal . SCHULMAN, BESSIE.-On July 4th, late of Montreal
COTTAGE FOR SALE
4 bedroom cottage; 2 bathrooms; electrically heated; 70 miles from Toronto; call HU 5-8248 evenings or 249-7521 during the day.
APIS. FOR RENT
4190 Bathurst Street
Beautiful 1 and 2 bedroom apartments right on Bathurst St., overlooking York Downs Golf Course. Outdoor swimming pool. 2 inch high patio area.. See superintendent, suite 105.
APT. TO SHARE
Woman would like to share ■2 bedroom apartment; suit business woman,* dl privileges; call evenings only 787-9885.
ROOM FOR RENT
Room for rent in nice Jewish home; suit middle-aged worlcing woman; call 225-7169 after 5:00 p.m.
Young orthodox girl seeking room and board in modern home or apartment immediately; call 783-9836.
Business girl looking for room and board before August 1st; must be strictly kosher home; write Box Number 3358, The Canadian Jewish News, 3433 Bathurst Street. Toronto 19.
GOOD MARRIAGE AND FRIENDSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: CALL MRS. FREN: LE. 2-4207 OR WRITE BOX 3166, THE CANADIAN JEWISH NEWS. 3433 Bathurst Street
We can help you to get married. Please come, call or write: Leon Rotholtz, 5287 Waverly St., Montreal, Quia. - or call . 271-5077
Bachelor, 39. pr.ofessiorial, good appearance and character^, wishes to find an intelligent young lady; call 532-4207. or write Box Number 3166, The Canadian Jewish News, 3433 Bathurst Street, Toronto 19.
is seeking to purchase burial ground. Please write full information to Box Number 3357, The Canadian Jewish News, 3433 Bathurst Street, Toronto 19.
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FUR. ROOM FOR RENT
Congenial elderly woman has room for rent in apartment; all privileges; swimming pool; call 636-5276 or 635-9087.
Furnished, private room in 2-bedroom apartment; kosher home; lady aged 40^0 preferred; breakfast optional: reasonable; RU 2-7741, evenings only.
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Jewish widow would like to share apartment; master bedroom and private bathroom: parking and kitchen privileges: call RU 1-1414.
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CAPLAN, KATIE. The unveiling of a monument in memory of the late Katie Cap-Ian, beloved wife of the late Harry L. Caplan, devoted mother of Art (Archie), JShirley ■ Shoihet, Delia Swadron, Beatrice Shachter and Alfred, will take place Sunday, July\14th, 11:30 a.m., at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, Beth Sholom section. Wilson, west of Dufferin,
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WILL LECTURE AT
INSTITUTE OF JUDAISM. - Dr. David Pat-. terson, Cowley, lecturer at the University of Oxford and Visiting Professor of Hebrew Literature at Cornell University^ who will lecture at the Institute of Judaism during the weekend of August 23rd through 25th at the Bigwin Island Hotel in Muskoka. The event is sponsored by the Toronto Regional Council of B'nai B'rith.
DENMARK ISRAEL SQUARE
Copenhagen, (JCNS). -Green Square, in the centre of Copenhagen, known by that name for 200 years because the city's vegetable market used to be held there, is to be renamed Israel Square.
The renaming, aproject of the Denmark-Israel Association, will take place on October 1, at the same time as a similar ceremony naming a square in Jerusalem, Denmark Square, and a park, Sweden Park. The date is significant - it is the 25th anniversary of the flight of Jews from German-occupied Denmark to Sweden, where they were given asylum.
SHOOTS ; HIMSELF Tel Aviv,(JCNS).-Private Silbermann, 18, who deserted from the army some weeks ago, committed suicide last week when the military police came to arrest him at his home in the village of Harif.
JERUSALEM V Jerusalem, (JCNS).-5ome 60 scholars from different countries will take part in a study conference on asj;)ects of redemption common to Western and Oriental religions in Jerus ale mi between July 14 and 19. Although he will not be attending, Prime Mikasa, a brother of Emperor Hirohito of Japan, has es;jtended his patronage.
The conference is being organized by the Internationa
al Association for the History of Keiigions in the Israel Academy of Sciences. The Hebrew University is participating.
ISRAELI SAILORS END SHIP STRIKE
Bonn, (JCNS). - Last week's strike by eight crew members of the I s'r ae 1 i banana carrier. Ayoca-docore, ended a few hours after the ship arrived at Bremerhaven from Dover.
Negotiations were conducted by representatives of the Israeli Ministry of Transport, the Israel Seamen's Union and the Israeli Consulate in Bonn.
A spokesman for the strikers said that they were on strike for better working conditions, not agaiiist their company, officers or captain. ■We love our Government, but not our union,* he declared.
No details of the settlement have so far been released.
TORONTO BETH JACOB HI STUDENTS SCORE AGAIN
Do Torah and science mix? Can an institution pledged to the supremacy of Torah do justice to the curriculum required of Ontario secondary schools? Toronto's Beth Jacob High School for Girls anid Teachers' Seminary answered with a resounding and triumphant "yes' to both these questions.
This year, the school had seven students enrolled in its Grade 13 class. All of them passed the difficult courses in this grade which in itself is quite an achievement But there is more to the story, Two of these graduates, Libby Burak and Sally Kipper, now carry the proud title, Ontario Scholar, awarded to those students whose high marks netted them Ontario scholarships. They are former sttidents of Toronto's EitzChaimDay School
This is the school's answer to all those who doubt that it is possible to do topflight work in both Torah and English studies.
A year ago, when Beth Jacob High School had its. fir St graduation and produced several Ontario Scholars, it was put down to "beginners luck". Today the luck story won't work. When fine achievements follow year in year out, they prove the excellent direction the school receives. The school has everything for building excellence of mind and body: an outstanding staff for secular studies coupled with an equally distinguished group of Torah scholars as well as an Olympic size swimming pool and gymnasium.
Rabbi Akiva Stefansky is the principal of Beth Jacob High School. Rabbi M. J. Bobrowsky is its president.
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WOMEN STILL GIVETOUJA. - Mrs. Morris Hauer (left) of the Stashover Slipia Sisterhood presents a check of $620.00 to Mrs. Allen A. Small, chairman, 1969 UJA-IEF Women's Division. Monies yvere raised by a Tea and Fashion Show staged by the Sisterhood at Mrs. Hauer's home in Carousel Court. Mrs. Hauer is the wife of the president of the Stashover Slipia Congregation.
WITH ISRAEL'S PRIME MINISTER ESHKQL. - Toronto M.P. Phil Gh/ens in Jerusalem chatting with Prime Minister Eshkol (ri^t) and M. Usishkin (center).
A JEW AS PRIME MINISTER'
(Continued from Page 1) Hall. At Varsity hg graduated in the honor course, Politieal Science and Economics, while at OsgoodeHall, where he obtained his law degree, he was a Gold Medalist debater. -—
He entered the political field in 1951 and was elected alderman in Toronto's Ward 5, a position he retained for nine years. He subsequently became a Controller, then Mayor.
Appointed aQueen's Counsel in 1962, Givens was a partner in the law firm of Pivnick, Givens and Chusid. Recently he became vice
president of Atlantic Packaging Company, serving as public elations and legal coimsel.
Throughout his career, Phil Givens has served in and worked for the Jewish community. He just has completed the chairmanship of the 1968 United Jewish Appeal and Israel Emergency Fund campaign; was general chairman of the 1967 Israel Einergency Campaign; organized, founded and was first president of the B'nai B'rith Metro Council. He is also intensively active in Zionism, having served as president of the Toronto
Zionist Council, as me of the ZOCNatonai and currently as iaiit vice president of the Federated Zionist Organization of Canada.
He has served with distinction for State of Israel Bonds, Jewish National Fund and the Commutiity Relations Committee. He is a member of Beth Tzedec Congregation and Mount Sinai Masonic Lodge.
«1 plan to continue being active in the Jewish com^ munity," says Givens. "Iwas a Jew long before I was an M.P.V
OPERATION -^CLEAN-UP" STARTS IN TEL AVIV
Seashore Slum Cleared
Tel Aviv, (JCNS).-Work has begun here to improve Tel Aviv's seashore and Hayarkon Street. The project is being financed jointly, by the Ministry of Tourism and the Tel Aviv municipality.
One of the oldest, most neglected and poorest slums near the seashore, She-chunat Machlul, is bieing cleared and the area planted with trees and equipped with car parks.
The main Tel Aviv synagogue, in Allenby.Road, is to be renovated and the Housing Ministry is contributing IL 250,000. ■
The Tel Aviv kindergartens have also been renovated. The Ministry is also helping to improve the appearance of private houses in Tel Ayiv, which have been neglected for many years.
BETHLEHEM CURFEW LIFTED ■ .:• TeI Aviv, (JCNS). - The
curfew in Bethlehem and
neighbouring Beit Jala was
lifted since both towns are
wiUingly co-operating with
the authorities and have remained qiiiet for many
months. Other towns in the
occupied areas are under an
11 p.m. to 3 a.m./curfew.-^ Jewish men, women and Also on Tuesday, curfew children when in charge of
hours on the roads were
cut by two hours and now
begin at nine p.mAlnstead
of seven p.m., ending at
three a, m. • There/is still a twelve-hour currew alortg the Jordan
River, in order to facilitate
operations against terrorist
incursions. , z' .
POLISH EMBASSY" . IN BUENOS AIRES RETURNS PROTEST
Buenos Aires, (JCNS). -The Polish Embassy in Buenos Aires has returned the protest against the anti-semitic campaign in Polsuid sent byDaia, the representative organization of Argentine Jewry.
About 20,000 people who . attended the rally in Luna Park stadium marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, appiroved the resolution protesting ajpdhst the treatment of Polish Jews.
Copies of the protest were sent to all embassies, some of which sent acknowledge-mentis. «
S.S. MAN SENTENCED TO HARD LABOUR FOR LIFE
Cologne, (JCNS). - During the trial of two men for the mass murder of Jews at Grodno, in Poland, between 1941 and 1943/ a local jury last week sentenced S. S. Sergeant Kurt Wiese. 53. to hard labour for life for the murder of seven Jews and complicity in the murder of at least ten ghetto inmates.
According to the indictment, Wiese was responisible for the murder of over 100
the Nazi ghetto adminlstra-Uon. ■
His co-defendant, Heinz Errelis, 55/ was acquitted on the ground oYinsufficient evidence, though the jury stressed that he was •not free of guilt". He had headed the Grodno Gestapo.
London, (JCNS) - Polish Jews are bewildered and uncertain, many fearing for their jobs ifthepreisentanti-Jewish and anti-Zionist campaign continues, according to Mr. Jacob Semel, the president of the (Left-wingy Jewish Progressive Centre of Melbourne, Australia, who is in London after two weeks in Poland.
But, Mr. Semel stated, there were a number of people who were not lying down under the attacks and were trying to fight back by speaking out in protest. One of these told him: "We should not make the mistake we made when we kept silent over the liquidation of the Jewish writers in the Soviet Union during: the Stalin terror of 1948-1953 or during the Slansky trials In Prague."
the long-term danger, however, said Mr. Semel, was that when the "storm" blew over, the fragile and sensitively balanced structure of the Polish Jewish community might have been fatally impaired.
LEYLAND TO OPEN PLANT
Jerusalem, (JCNS) - Ley-land, the British motor company, has agreed inprinciple to the estaUlshment in Jerusalem of a plant, to assemble its Triumph insseng^r cars.
The agreement/With the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and the municipality was reached on the initiative of the Histadrut-sponsored Jerusalem Development Authorty.
This authority says that t number of local and foreign interests have expressed a desire for apartnershipwith Leyland in the proposed enterprise.
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