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January 08, 1960 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-08

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE-

GREEN ACRES

Attractive 3 bedrm. farm co-
lonial situated on 80 ft. land-
scaped corned. 3 complete baths.
Spacious living rm., full din-
ing rm., breezeway or den. 2-
car attached gar., lovely carpets
and drapes. UN 4-4600.

J. WM. KLEM

OAK PARK

Coolidge - 9 Mi.
2 bedrm. asbestos, gas ht. car-
pets, gar. Can assume 4 1/2%
mtge or buy on land cont. ask-
ing $11,900. Dl 1-5805

PERCE J.

Golden Realty

KENTUCKY • Pickford - 6 5. Gas
$32,000. -Avner. Evenings, Sunday
UN 4-2673.

APPOLINE, 18954
OPEN SUN. 2-5

Only $1,400 dn. 3 bedrm. Col.
So much for so little. Carpt.;
drapes. 2-car gar. Must be sold.
Miss Weitzman.

GROSS NORTHWEST

UN. 4-3100

13450 W. 7 MILE

OAK PARK - Moritz

REDUCED $2,500
Owner anxious to sell. See and
make offer. 3 bedrm. ranch, 4
yrs. old. Roman brick, full base-
ment, screened terr., 2-car gar.
Small dn. paymt. Mr. McRae,
UN 4-3300.

LOUIS P. MALONE CORP.

Greenlawn N. 6 Mi.

Reduced $2,500
Brick Col. 9 yrs. old, 3 bedrms,
114 baths, tiled, large liv. rm.
firepl. din. rm. carpeting, pass
hall, scr. terr. modern kitch.
garb. disp. calcinator, gas ht.
s. d. gar. $16,000.

Greenlawn, 16522

N. of Marygrove College. Br. and
fr. Col. 3 bedrms, 1% baths,
mod. kitch. break. rm. plus
Family Room, gas ht. Calcinator,
2 cr. gar. sprink. syst. Hurry! To
new F.H.A. mtge.

$1,550 Dn.
BRENNER REAL ESTATE

UN 1-2265

UN 3-7236

Cooley - 7 Mile

3-Bedrm. brk. ranch. 1,100 sq. ft.,
26-ft. liv. - din. area, table sp. in
kitch., gas a. c., carpeted. FHA
valuation $15,300. Will take less.
A bargain. Must sell.

Gentile Realty UN 1-4918

20560 Rosemont
8 Mile - Southfield Vicinity

Fa. brk. 3 bdrm., pan. den., din.
"L", garage, gas ht.. new carpet-
ing and drapes. Partly finished
rec. rm. 'many extras. Priced for
quick sale. $18,500. Call owner,
KE 3-8902.

17 - HOUSES FOR SALE

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

3 BEDROOM brick, gas heat, fin-
ished basement, bar. 11/2 baths,
awnings, 2 car garage, land-
scaped. Immediate occupancy.
Open 12-5 Sunday. After 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday 20101
Biltmore.

CAPITAL available. $50,000 to $75,-
000. For financing of any legite-
ment venture of merit. Must stand
rigid investigation. Write Box
326, Jewish News, 17100 W. 7
Mile Rd., Detroit 35, Michigan.

17 - A - LOTS FOR SALE

SOUTHFIELD
100'x280' for a fine home nr.
Northland. $10,000.
WASHINGTON HTS..
100' x 130' on Stratford, $4,900.
PALMER WOODS MANOR
2-50' adjoining lots at $7,500 ea.
N.W.'s finest residential- area.
Sewer, water, paving.

GREATER NORWEST
REALTY CO.

A real bargain. Custom built
colonial, on large landscaped
lot, 3 bedrooms, family room,
grade lay.. nat'l woodwork. FHA
mortg. for $16,900. Occupancy 30
days. Call, UN 2-7219.

Oak Park

18 - B - STORE FOR LEASE

STORE FOR LEASE, 1,600 sq. feet,
10 Mile-Coolidge shopping center.
Private parking in front. Excluded
from City zoning restrictions.
Good for any business. By court
decree. TU 3-4000.

21 - F - INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

35 - INSTRUCTION

BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid-
dish, English. Call experienced
teacher WE 4-1793.

CALL LI. 4-7777 or LI 7-8206
OWNER

Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

PAINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price Quick service. 20
years experience. TE 4-5864.

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

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
Fl OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO

UN 1-5075

40-EMPLOYMENT

for the person who desires a
minimum of $10,000 per yr.,
and will adjust to rigorous
work habits call LI. 7-2000,
Bud Chamberlain.

Chamberlain Co.

WOMEN. With Meat business ex-
perience. TY. 6-3739 evenings.

Call Reeve's

Employment Service

IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
WEEK.

RESIDENT housekeeper for doctor's
motherless home. 5 children. Other
help employed. LI. 7-3854.

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

IRONING. Neatly done in my home.
Call LI 2-4226.

SALESMAN, Manager experience 14
years, excellent productive record,
both inside and outside sales.
Self-starter, personable, ambit-
ious. LI 6-4906.

1. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small.
TY 7-7758. LI 5-4035.

ALL PLASTERING, Winter rates,
arches, ceilings, attics, new or re-
pair work. Guaranteed. UN. 4-9263.

PAINTING $6 to $12 per room.
Apartments $25 up. Best refer-
ences. Evans: WA 5-9691.

CARPENTER repairs, odd jobs, base-
ments partitioned. No job too
small. KE 5-2391.

A-1 PAINTING, 5 rooms $100. Labor
and Material. VE 6-8410.

FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN. 4-3547.

55 - MISCELLANEOUS

1954 FORD V-8. 4 door, like new,
37,000 miles, Fordomatic, radio,
heater, newly painted. Sale -by
owner. $545. KE 2-1847.

POODLE Puppies. Miniatures. Choice
of color and sex, show quality.
Cash or terms. UN 4-6076.

ACCORDION, 120 bass, used very
little. Cost over $300, will sell $100.
UN 1-6668.

German Deputy Speaker
Lectures at Hebrew U.

COMPLETELY furnished and equip-
ped hotel. Kosher. Equipped for
winter apartments. Illness forces
sale. Schwartz Hotel. 189 Cass, Mt.
Clemens, HO 8-3144.

JERUSALEM, (JTA)-Prof.
Carlo Schmidt, West German
Social Democrat leader and
deputy speaker of the Bunde-
stag, delivered the first lecture
to be given by a German in
German at the Hebrew Univer-
sity since the second World
War. He is touring Israel as a
guest of the Israel Purchasing
Mission in Cologne.
Discoursing on the evolu-
tion of European culture, Pro-
fessor Schmidt stressed the con-
tributions of Jews to the devel-
opment of the European spirit
and declared that Israel's estab-
lishment is among the most
significant vindications of that
spirit.

50-BUSINESS CARDS

50-BUSINESS CARDS

EXPERIENCED practical nurse now
accepting patients. Best refer-
ences. UN. 3-5366.

Corner Oak Park Blvd.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths and show-
ers, separate dining room, extra
large kitchen, carpeting, drapes,
gas heat. Open Sunday 12-6 or
by app't.

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

COLLEGE STUDENT will tutor High
School Algebra & Chemistry. UN
1-6668.

OAK PK. RANCH

OAK PARK
23751 MARLOW

LARKINS MOVING

TILE

3 bedrms, full basement, gas ht.
F.H.A.'d at $12,750. Eager owner
says, "Sell for $11,900." LI 8-6217.

3 Bedrm. Ranch, screened rear
porch, extras. 4% mortg. Open
Sunday 2-5 p.m. KE 2-8824.

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets. doors, panelling. Work my-
self UN 4-1897

BAR MITZVAH-Experienced teach-
er, Cantor Kaminsky. DI 1-1998.
18461 Steel.

A Real Estate Sales
Opportunity

BOOKKEEPER, payroll, typing, gen-
eral office, thoroughly experi-
enced. Part-time. DI. 1-3024.

45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

`The Mystery of the Missing Chalah'

"The Mystery of the Missing
Chalah" should have been pub-
lished ahead of Hanukah. Pub-
lished by Jonathan David (85
Division, N. Y.), this splendid
story by Freda Charles, well
illustrated by Lil Goldstein,
has a charming Hanukah angle.
However, the entertaining
story is suitable for children
for the entire year.
It is a story about eight little
girls and their parents, their
Sabbath observance, their pre-
paration for Hanukah, the
Chalahs they enjoy on the Sab-
bath and the retention of the
family tradition of using two
Chalahs on Sabbath and festi-

val.
The children's assistance to
their mother, their cooperative
home spirit; the parental care
and the sisterly ardor-all help
to make this a tale with real
warmth. Young children will
relish this tale.
The author, daughter of Sam-
uel M. Shapiro, who was the
editor of the Toronto Daily He-
brew Journal, had a fine Jewish
background, enabling her to
write a truly fine Jewish story.
She is now director of arts and
crafts at the Toronto Holy
Blossom Temple. The illustrator
is art instructor at the Brandeis
School in Far Rockaway, N. Y.

50 - BUSINESS CARDS

LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason-
able. Free estimates. UN 4-3339,
VE 5-7453.

BABY - SITTING my home. Chil-
dren any age. By day, week, WE
4-1716.

19914 KENTFIELD

POULTRY store for sale. 15139 7
Mile Rd. VE 5-6896.

HEBREW Teaching of all kinds. Ex-
cellent, modern system. Learn fast.
Specializing in Bar Mitzvah and
torahing reading. Call for appoint-
ment, LI. 6-1149.

IRONING. Neatly done in my home.
Call LI 2-4226.

EVERGREEN - 7 MILE

Once in a life time opportunity.
Must sell immediately, on ac-
count of sickness. Moving south.
$200 to $300 per week profit.
Your money back in one year.
Investigate this wonderful op-
portunity. UN 3-3695, evenings,
UN 4-3814.

2 FLAT, $2,000 to mortgage. Earn
30% on investment. Single. $4,000
cash. Good rent. 2 lots. Also some
land contracts. UN. 2-7917, UN.
1-1755.

Beautiful 6 room fully insulated,
fa. brk. ranch, built-in dish-
washer, fan and hood, electric
s to v e, carpets and drapes
throughout, S & S, full side
drive, 12771 Sterling Ct. LI
8-5269. Open Sat. and Sun. 2-5.

VAN REAL ESTATE

NORTHWEST SECTION

18107 James Couzens DI 1-1125

OAK PARK, near 9 Mile and Green-
field. Also other lots. Make offer.
LI 4-4849.

LI 4-5138

19136 Indiana

AUTO WASH

A Hanukah Story Good for Entire Year

Controversy Evoked by Dropping of
Religious Prayer in L. I. Schools

PORT WASHINGTON, L. I.,
(JTA)-A decision to drop
recitation of the Lord's Prayer
from school assembly programs
will be reviewed 'as a result of
a meeting of parents at which
many participants strongly pro-
tested against the omission of
the religious prayer, it was an-
nounced by Eugene Worcester,
president of the Board of Edu-
cation.
Nearly 300 persons attended
the meeting at which the issue
was debated. The meeting was
called after widespread . divi-
sions within the comm-unity de-
veloped on the matter. Wor-
cester said that board mem-
bers had not ordered a ban
specifically on the Lord's
Prayer but on "all sectarian
and denominational" prayers.
Booming Port Washington has
5,000 children in its high

Congress Criticized
for Postponement in
Civil Rights Action

school, two junior high and six
elementary schools.
The practice of opening high
school assemblies with the
Lord's Prayer had not been
questioned until last winter
when Supreme Court Justice
Bernard S. Meyer ruled that the
daily reciting of the New York
state-authorized prayer of the
Board of Regent in nearby Her-
rick should not be made man-
datory. The Board of Regents
is recited regularly in Port
Washington elementary schools
with the pledge of allegiance.

Sophie Tucker Gives
$10,000 to Hartford
Jewish Aged Home

HARTFORD, Conn., (JTA)-
Sophie Tucker, the noted en-
tertainer, has presented a gift
of $10,000 to the Hebrew Home
for the Aged here, her native
city.

Miss Tucker made the gift
in memory of her parents and
The two-year extension of her brother. The gift was one
the life of the federal Commis- of a series made by Miss Tucker
sion on Civil Rights was the to the institution.
"solitary advance" in 1959's
"highly disappointing record" Contributes Hanukah
of Congressional action on civil
rights, the Anti - Defamation Present-A Synagogue
DALLAS, Texas, (JTA) -
League of Bnai Brith stated.
In making public the League's Something unique in Hanukah
year-end review of the national presents - a synagogue - has
civil rights picture, Henry Ed- been promised to Congregation
ward Schultz, national chair- Beth Israel here, according to
man, said that members of Jay Sharp, president of the con-
both parties must "share re- gregation.
sponsibility for C o n g r es s'
Sharp said that Paul Lewis,
failure to take acutely needed Dallas builder, had presented
action." The League's report plans for the synagogue which
was prepared by Herman Edels- he will build and contribute to
berg, director, and David A. the congregation on a site al-
Brody, counsel, of ADL's Wash- ready purchased by the con-
ington office.
gregation for that purpose.

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