17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
Lafayette Park Community,
which is bounded by Lafayette,
Gratiot, the Chrysler Express-
way and the Grand Trunk Rail-
way's sub-grade right-of-way, re-
cently opened its first tenant-
The 35 - million - dollar pri-
UN 1-2992 - JO 6-3143
vately - owned development on
the fringes of downtown, will
provide 2,000 housing units for
a total population of 7,000 per-
Bring taste & price into focus,
sons and will have its own shop-
with this 3 bedrrn. brick plus un-
ping center, school and recrea-
finished 2nd fir. with plumbing
roughed in for 2nd full bath.
Living room is 19' long and
The 22-story Pavillion Apart-
other rooms correspond. Small
playground across street in this
ment Building was opened for
excellent established neighbor.
occupancy in October of last
hood. You can assume G.I. Mort-
year and is now almost com-
pletely full. More high-rise
apartment buildings, as well as
single and two-story residences
815 S. Woodward R: O.
are now being constructed. The
LI 3-8500 community is planned to be
completed by 1963.
BY OWNER. Oak Park. 3 bedrooms,
11/2 baths, ranch, carpet, drapes,
The development of the area
near school. Phone LI 7-8326.
is being done by Samuel N.
Katzin, a Chicago real estate
developer. Katzin, 60, is a mem-
THING. Builders own custom
ber of the board of governors
home, 3 lge. bedrms., 2 Bath-
of Hebrew University, former
rooms, lge. kit., separate din.
rm., den, with built-ins, gas
chairman of Chicago's Com-
heat, air conditioned. Sump
bined Jewish Appeal and a
pump. Will accept offers. Call
member of the Citizen's Com-
for App't. Fri., Sat. only.
mittee of the University of Chi-
cago. He is the brother-in-law
of Detroiter Mrs. Theodore
OAK PK. BLVD.
Beautiful ranch, large liv. rm. as
Levin, wife of Judge Levin.
large din., holds full din. rm.
Mrs. Katzin is the former Betty
set, 3 bedrms., large kitch., rec.
rm., carpeting, drapes. Outside
Kahn, daughter of the late De-
newly painted. A real buy &
troit architect, Albert Kahn.
Former partner in the ven-
ture was the late Herbert S.
LI 3-2010 OR LI 6-4507 SUN. EVES. Greenwald, who died in a plane
crash on Feb. 3.
Block to elementary, intermedi-
ate schools, 3-bedroom colonial,
first fir. lay., breakfast room,
pass hall, finished rec. room,
carpeting, drapes, screened rear
terrace, garage, gas heat. Low
taxes, low down payment. Open
Sunday, or appointment.
A. G. ELLIOTT & SONS
SUSSEX, 21915-OAK PK.
OPEN 2-5 SUN.
Owner very anxious to sell this
3-bedrm. Etkin Built ranch. Has
carpeting, air-conditioning, gas
ht. Priced to sell. Only asking
SANTA ROSA 19777. Dutch colonial,
unfinished upper, owner. UN
OPEN SUN. 1-6
Deluxe bungalow, 4 bdrms., den,
2!-%. baths, natural firepl., car-
peting, rec. rm., 2-car garage.
F.H.A. Sacrificed by owner.
UN 3-2617 & TO 8-7100
WYOMING - CURTIS AREA
$4200 Down, buys this beautiful
4 bedroom brick home. 21/2
baths, double garage. Sprinkler
system. Bar-B-Q, S & S. Metal
awnings. Landscaped. Draperies
and carpeting all included.
Close to shopping center & syn-
agogue. Balance like rent. F.H.A.
25 year mortgage. Owner. UN.
3 BDRM. BRK. RANCH
Carport with storage space, gas
heat, $2,700 takes over 41/2%
F.H.A. mortgage. $95 paym'ts
monthly. No need to qualify, full
price $13,900. Owner.
6 ROOM BRICK, finished basement,
storms and screens, 2-car brick ga-
rage. 22011 Avon, Oak Park. LI
OAK PARK. By owner, 3 bedroom
brick, carpeting and drapes, tile
basement, 2-car garage. Complete-
ly landscaped. 4 years old. $21,900.
Woodingham - Curtis
8218 Woodward TR 4-2900
Lovely brk. ranch, gas heat,
alum. Awnings, doors, win-
dows, rec. rm., owner.
For Discriminating Buyer
Greenfield - 10 Mile
Open Sunday 1-6
Cost Over $32,000
Three bedroom, two baths,
den, full huge basement, mod-
ern kitchen with built-in ap-
pliances, luxurious carpeting,
tailored drapes, well land-
scaped, patio, other extras.
No New Home Extras to Add
Only One Year Old
Sub. No. 1, 2 blks. North of 10
Mile Rd., 2 blks. West of South-
field. Price $8,850. TE 4-2610,
until 6 p.m. Evenings, LI 3-8293.
Beautiful sloping home site, 160
ft. frontage by 222 ft. Located
in desirable Westwood Village.
Homes 535,000 up. Near Knoll-
wood Country Club. $5,000.
26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE
Modern 3 bedrm. lake front sum-
mer home, all large rooms,
newly decorated with wood pan-
eling, tile bathroom with shower
and full bath, reasonably priced.
Call owner at UN 3-6287 for
27 - LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT
CASS LAKE FRONT. 3 bedroom
cottage. Hot-cold water, stall show-
er, season: UN 3-9207.
2 MODERN apartment. 11 Miles from
Windsor, Lake St. Clair, Hwy. 39,
July and August. SE 5-2391.
ON LAKE HURON
$80 per week and up
Write J. J. Reilly
Tawas City, Box 303
Phone FO 2-2626
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
All brk. ranch, 3 yrs. old, den,
attic fan, carpeted, thru-out,
S&S, drapes. Sacrifice sale. Own-
er leaving state.
THE BUY OF THE YEAR-
Gorgeous face brick only 11
years old, 6 rooms, 3 twin size
bedrooms, tile bath & stall
shower, 1st. fir. lay.. knotty pine
rec. rm., carpeting, drapes, many
extras, La. ht., 2-car brick gar.,
side drive, sprinkler. Surpris-'
ingly low price only $1,800 dn.
5 ADJOINING LOTS
HOUSE for sale near 8 Mile Rd.
20540 Trinity. Open Sunday.
19745 SAN JUAN, 3 bedroom brick
bungalow, carpeted, gas heat, rec.
room, 2 car garage $15,500. By
owner. UN 2-7470.
7 MILE-WISCONSIN. 3 bedroom
brick colonial, grade lay., carpets,
aluminum storms and screens,
walking distance to synagogue.
Owner. $15,750. UN 4-2387.
OAK PARK. Owner. 2 bedroom
brick bungalow, many extras.
$14,950. LI 7-0716.
SINGLE HOME, 6 rooms, 2 car ga-
rage, finished basement with lava-
tory. Northland section. Must be
sold. UN 4-9363.
WILL SACRIFICE, 3-bedroom brick
ranch, Oak Park. dry basement.
OAK PARK-3-bedroom corner brick
ranch, storms and screens, rec.
room, attic fan, calcinator, jal-
ousied porch, near shopping , and
school. 20830 Westhampton. LI
TAKE OVER 41/2% G.I. mortgage, 3-
bedroom face brick, 11/2 baths.
Owner, LI 573854.
LEAVING CITY-Sacrificing attrac-
tive 5-room bungalow. Ohio-7 Mile.
DESIRABLE 2 bedrooms down, one
up, large rooms. Snowden, 18245.
UN 3-7648, by owner.
19466 GREENLAWN - 2-bedroom
house, living room and dining
"L," carpeting, S&S, full base-
ment. 2 blks to Synagogue. Open
17 - A - LOTS FOR SALE
CEMETERY for sale. 100x120. In-
quire Albert Orlow. DI 1-3629.
BEAUTIFUL 7-room cottage on Lake
St. Clair, in Canada. Call TO
COTTAGE for rent or for sale. 3
bedrooms, screened porch, modern
kitchen, day camp privileges at
Farband Camp. UN 4-0365.
140A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED
RELIABLE Jewish woman, baby sit-
ting days or evenings. Call TY
STEEL - CHAIN LINK
WOMAN wants day or week work,
good references, call TY 5-6461,
Sunday or evenings.
R T W OPERATOR
WITH PROVED RECORD
PAINTING and decorating, inside
and outside, free estimates, rea-
sonable. TO 7-1937.
To invest $5,000-we will invest
$25,000. Must be experienced
with full responsibility and abil-
ity to promote established
LADIES WEAR, location Dear-
born. Excellent opportunity for
skillful person with top ability.
Write Box 295, The Jewish
News, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De-
troit 35, Michigan.
PAINTING and Decorating. Paper
hanging, wall repairing. Work
guaranteed. Free estimates. UN.
EXPERIENCED girl wishes baby sit-
ting. TR.. 2-3060.
20-INCH girl's bike. Good condition.
WANTED: $11,000 at premium inter-
est, for five years, to refinance
and expand business. Box 586,
Rose City, Michigan.
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNITURE
KOSHER Meat Market for sale. Good
price. Telephone GL 1-0332, FA
50 - BUSINESS CARDS
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small.
TY 7-7758. LI 5-4035.
A-1 PAINTING. decorating. Rea-
sonable prices Free estimates.
VI 2-1026. BR 3-6271.
WILLIAMS and YATES, decorating,
exterior, interior, painting, wall
washing, paper hanging. TR 1-1253,
ALL CITY MOVING
AND STORAGE CO.
BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible,
Yiddish, English. Call experienced
teacher, WE. 4-1793.
PIANO, accordion lessons in your
home. Professional teacher. Begin.
ners, advanced. WE 5-6243.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets, doors, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.
FURNITURE repaired and refin-
ished Free estimates. WE 3-2110.
EXCELLENT experienced Bar Mitz-
vah, Hebrew, Bible teacher. Call
Couples, Cooks, Maids,
DAY or WEEK
PAINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price. Quick service. 20
years experience. TY 7-9868.
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO
AND DELIVERY SERVICE
Alsc Office Furniture.
FIRST CLASS wall washing and
painting. Very reasonable. TW
ROOF LEAKS, chimneys repaired,
waterproofing, cement pointing,
reasonable, go anywhere. Joe
Gluck. TY 5-2700.
IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
WANTED-Babysitter, 3-7 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday. Schaefer-
7 Mile area. UN 4-7414, after 6 p.m.
Experienced woman with physi-
cal education background. Full
time. Modern club. Jewish Com-
munity Center. 18100 Meyers Rd.
HOUSEKEEPER for motherless
home. Live-in. 2 chhildren. N.W.
Evenings, KE 3-8979.
Seeks permanent employment
with chance for advancement.
Mechanically inclined. Graduate
of military electronics school,
has salesman experience. Refer-
ences, salaried position or salary
plus commission. Willing to learn
any type of business. Please
write Box 287, The Jewish News,
17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit 35,
WE SPECIALIZE in office cleaning.
MOVING? Washers, dryers discon-
nected and installed. Dryers vent
ed. Wolfe, BR 3-4446.
80-SOAPS AND DETERGENTS
• Fluffier sheets,
• Easier ironing
• Eliminates static in
COMPLETE furniture for 2 bed-
rooms, dinette and living room,
also stove, occasional pieces and
combination TV. Owner leaving
city. LI 3-1871.
2 BEDROOM SUITES, cheap. Dining
room suite. Small antique love
seat. Lovely brand new Hotpoint
washing machine. Mrs. Johnson,
71 Glendale. Between Woodward
and 2nd. Apt. 108.
CABLE SPINET with bench. Excel-
lent condition. Walnut finish. $350.
20567 Plainview. KE 7-9424.
24-INCH ADMIRAL TV mahogany
console. Danish modern living
room couch, 9 ft. Danish modern
chair, end tables and lamps and
other misc. items. Good condition.
Eban Reads from Bible
in Spoken Arts Record
Large, Modern Vans. Com-
plete Moving Service. No Job
Too Large or Too Small.
FOR RENT or for sale. Bass Lake, REPAIR, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys and porches
3-bedroom log cabin. Hot water,
Steps UN 2-1017.
stall shower, large porch, coun-
selor services, community club
PAINTING-Exterior, interior.- Deco-
house. UN 1-5846.
rating, wall washing. W. Williams,
8554 American. TE 4-0195.
35 - INSTRUCTION
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
WASTE MATERIAL business for
sale. Bailers, building and license.
A new recording of selections
from the "Psalms" and "Ecclesi-
astes" read in both English and
in Hebrew by Ambassador from
Israel Abba Eban, has been re-
leased by Spoken Arts, Inc. of
New Rochelle, N. Y., Arthur
Luce Klein, president of the
company has announced.
Recorded in Washington,
D.C., last month, just as Am-
bassador Eban was preparing to
embark on a cross-country tour
of the U. S. prior to returning
to Israel, the record was made
with the understanding that all
of the proceeds from its sale
would be contributed to the
Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem for the establishment of a
chair in American drama and
On the record, Ambassador
Eban reads Psalms 8, 19, 23, 34,
90 and 148, and chapters 1, 3,
6, 8 from Ecclesiastes.
Rogosin Sees $2 Million
Profit for Rayon Plant
NEW YORK, (JTA) - Israel
Rogosin told a meeting of stock-
holders of Rogosin Industries
Ltd., here that by 1961, when
the second phase of plant in-
stallation is completed, the Ro-
gosin mills in Israel would earn
a profit of $2,000,000 a year.
The first section of the plant,
he announced, had produced
three million pounds of tire fab-
ric, all of it sold to two Israeli
tire companies, and two million
pounds of textile yarn.
Equipment now being install-
ed, he said, would increase ca-
pacity to five million pounds of
tire fabric - three million
pounds for Israeli needs and
two million for which he said
the firm had commitments out-
Sabbath Subway Operation
Draws Orthodox Threats
HAIFA; (JTA) - Orthodox
Jews here, about 1,000 of whom
attended a protest mass meet-
ing, decided to boycott the
Haifa subway if its trains should
run on the sabbath.
The subway, due to open in
the next few weeks, will con-
nect the city's port district
along the low-lying waterfront,
with the business and residen-
tial sectors on Mt. Carmel.
The Orthodox meeting voted
to boycott the new underground
railway for a week unless its
trains remained in the barns
on the sabbath.
29-THE DETROIT JE WISH NEWS — Friday, May 8,
Opens Town Houses