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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-06

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Galin Real Estate Firm

THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS

or-wrf-g:

'27-LAkereitatitirrialTeirRENT S -BUSINESS

LAKE HURON, Lake front cottages,
automatic hot water, stall show-
ers, electric kitchens, screened
porches, excellent sand beach. WE
3-4315. No Sat. calls.

Mrs. Mollye Fink is now as-
sociated with Galin Realty Co.,
15734 W. '7 Mile, where she will
manage the property manage- 35 INSTRUCTION
ment and rental department of
TUTOR, subjects in mathematics,
the real estate firm.
chemistry, and physics, elemen-
Active in the real estate field
tary, high school, and college. For
an appt. call LI 2-0513.
in the Northwest section for the
past two years, Mrs. Fing, in SPEAK HEBREW, Know Bible, Bar-
Mitzvah, Qualified professional ed-
her new capacity, will hold con-
ucator for study groups, individ-
sultations, give advice and offer
uals. TO 7-8633.
apprasals on all property.
PROFESSIONAL Hebrew and Bar

Mitzvah teacher, experienced. LI
7-2975.

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

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

10110 Saratoga, Oak Pk.

2 bdrm. ranch, newly decorated.
stove, refrig.. auto washer, land-
scaped, fenced, carport, patio,
immediate occupancy.

40-EMPLOYMENT

Call Reeve's
Employment Service

$300 Dn.
Brenner Real Estate

UN 1-2265

UN 3-7236

CUSTOM BUILT Tri-Level, 8 years
old, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious
living room, full dining room, pan-
eled den, corridor kitchen with
nook. Screened porch, finished
basement, fourth bedroom easily
added. Convenience plus comfort
and beauty in this livable home.
Owner, 19497 Birwood, DI 1-0411.

CLEAN 2 BEDROOM BRICK. Owner,
UN 3-0356.

6 ROOM FACE BRICK, 3 bedrooms,
large kitchen and dining room,
garbage disposal, fully carpeted
and draped, 11/2 baths, storms,
screens; others. Oak Park, 22145
Church, open Sunday 1 - 5. LI
5-2830.

EVERGREEN:7 Mi1e, - 19914 Kentfield,
3 bedroom brick ranch, 4% mort-
gage. Open Sunday 2-5. KE 2-8824.

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

17 A

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LOTS FOR SALE

CHOICE 100' Corner lot, exclusive
Northland Gardens, (W e s t of
Southfield-3 blocks North of 8
Mile Road) Corner Westland and
Westmoreland. For sale by owner,
UN 4-7775.

Palmer Woods Manor

2-50-foot adjoining lots; North-
west's finest new residential
area; complete with sewer,
water and paving; in the midst
of all fine custom homes.

IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
WEEK.
LOOK FOR ME IN
THE YELLOW PAGES

FRANKLIN VILLAGE, Corner lot in
finest residential section. 3.8
Acres. Will sacrifice or consider
trade. TO 8-8369.

BEAUTIFUL Northland Gardens, 100
foot wooded lot with sewer, water,
paved streets, sacrificed by owner,
EL 6-7108.

0 ...R.JULSULSLISLUL

wanted for Temple Beth El,
permanent position, excellent
salary.

CALL MR. KATZ
TR 5-8530

how easy it is to make $25.00
or more per week, 5 customers
a day. $5.00 a day, Don't wait.
Call Avon Cosmetics.

WO 2-4453

WANTED, mature housekeeper for
motherless Jewish Home, live-in
6 days. KE 3-6097.

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EMPLOYMENT WANTED

EXPERIENCED practical nurse, care
for infants and invalids, best ref-
erences, LI 8-0326.

CLERICAL WORKER experienced,
with a knowledge of typing. KE
8-0877.

EXPERIENCED Practical Nurse now
accepting patients, best references.
UN 3-5366.

45

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

FOR RENT - Junk Shop with up
stroke press. Call WA 8-4640.

50

-

BUSINESS CARDS

WALL WASHING and Painting, in
and out, reasonable rates, fast
service. TY 8-5642, Bob Kimborough
Jr.

Please call after 5 p.m.
or week-ends.

0

26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE

FOR SALE OR RENT, attractive 2
spacious log cabins, one 5 bed-
room house, garbage disposal,
dishwashers, 5 acres of land, lake
frontage, good swimming and fish-
ing, on Commerce Lake, 20 miles
from Detroit. Open to reasonable
offers, for individual or entire
property. UN 4-1820.

27-LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT

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

ALL REPAIRS, brick, cement, plas-
ter, pointing, porches, chimney,
steps, UN 2-1017.

EXPERT CEMENT WORK, swimming
pools, garages, porches, etc. F.H.A.
terms. VE 8-1125.

Best of Workmanship
Quick Sevice
Reasonable Prices

WRITE BOX 450

or LI. 5-3706

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

SEE NOW

THE JEWISH NEWS
17100 W. 7 MILE ROAD
DETROIT 35, MICHIGAN

Call UN. 3-9336

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

A-1 PLASTERING-
PAINTING

Have Steel Warehouse Build-
ing with overhead crane. Lots
of extra land and trucking fleet.
Desire proposition.

Like new, excellent condi-
tion. Complete controls,
windshield, cushions, steer-
ing wheel, boat cover. Will
accept any reasonable offer.

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

OAK PARK, high school girl wanted
one afternoon a week as "mother's
helper." Ithaca-Oak Park Blvd.
area. LI 6-1122.

INCOME $700 weekly. South Haven,
rooms, cottages, Restaurant. $5,000
handles. Also Resorts. We trade.
Robin. LO 5-4800.

12 Foot Luger Boat
16 Horsepower
Scott Motor

UN 1-5075

PAINTING, Inside and outside.
Reasonable price. Work guaran-
teed. Free estimates. UN 4-7123.

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work. no job too big or small.
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

GROCERY, Beer, Wine, and Lunch
Meat, For Sale, in apartment area.
$3,500, includes stock and fixtures.
2473 Elmhurst, TO 8-3542.

25-BOATS & EQUIPMENT

TILE

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

Experienced Bookkeeper

LADY with references wishes days,
10 a.m.-4 p.m., $6 and carfare.
Call TA 6-1388.

REALTY CO.

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

MOVING? Washers Dryers Installed.
Call Wolfe, BR 3-4466-KE 2-7850.

-

18107 James Couzens DI 1-1125

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE

LI 4-5138

40 A

GREATER NORWEST

cAlferroomminew

WE 3-6803

J. Steel
Landscaping Company

JENNIE S' H E RM A N, 2287
Richton, died April 30. Survived
by her husband, Morris; four
UN 2-0574 sons, Dr. Howard M., Bernard,
DI 1-9206
Earl I. and Martin of Los An-
Res.
Office
geles; a brother, a sister and
two grandchildren.
a *
Levi Moving Company
HARRY SOBELMAN, 18017
35 years of Courteous and
Griggs, died April 28. He leaves
Efficient Service.
his wife, Melvina; a son, *Wil-
liam; a daughter, Mrs. David
J. Levi-Owner
Frank; a brother, two sisters
KE. 7-1908
UN. 4-0708
and a grandchild.

ROOFING

We Stop Any Leak!
5 Year Guarantee

OLD ROOFS MADE
BETTER THAN NEW

SAVE 50%

Commercial - Industrial
Apartments - Residential

For Free Estimates Call

Salomon
Roof
Spraying
Co.
DI 1-5367

55-MISCELLANEOUS

WHEEL CHAIR, very good condi-
tion. Call UN 4-7436.

DRESSMAKING, all kinds of alter-
ations. Call for appointment eve-
nings. UN 3-8283. 17175 Roselawn.

BEST PRICES paid for men's suits,
topcoats, and shoes. TU 3-1872.

WASHERS - DRYERS

Repaired In Your Home

BENDIX Duomatic Specialists
Appliance
Repair

LINDEN

WA 5-9184

Wisdom in Politics

The conduct of a wise poli-
tician is ever suited to the
present posture of affairs. Of-
ten by forgoing a part he
saves the whole, and by yield-
ing in a small matter secures
a greater.-Plutarch.

AT FARBAND CAMP

3 bedrooms, electric kitchen,
screened sleeping porch facing
lake. Day camp privileges for
children.

UN 4 0365 or VI 3-3100

HARRY R. KIEF, 10410 Hart,
Huntington Woods, died April
29. He leaves his wife, Laverne;
three sons, Robert S., David J.
and Marvin S.; a brother and
three sisters.
*
SAMUEL AARON LE VINE
(LEE), 17590 Pinehurst, died
May 2. He leaves his wife,
Bluma; two sons, Seymour and
Ronald; four sisters and four
grandchildren.
a. C
*
WILLIAM GREENBERG,
9354 Braadstreet, died May 2.
He leaves his wife, Sarah; two
daughters, Mrs. Marcus Schei-
man and Mrs. Alan Bresslar;
his mother, Mrs. Bertha Green-
berg; two brothers, four sisters
and two grandchildren.

Israel Purchases 45 Prize
Winning UAHC Filmstrips

Israel's Ministry of Education
and Culture has purchased 45
prize winning color filmstrips
from the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
The visual-aids will be made
available to that country's
schools through its central ped-
agogic libraries. Tile sale re-
sulted from .a course on audio-
visual techniques conducted by
Dr. Samuel Grand, director of
the UAHC's Department of
Audio-Visual Aids and Experi-
mental Education, at the He-
brew University last summer.

Harman Tells Profs of
Significance of Hebrew

MODERN COTTAGE FOR RENT
OR FOR SALE

-

BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED, 3 bed-
room cottage for rent, modern
conveniences, all Jewish commu-
nity, Bass Lake. UN 3-6826.

DAVID LEVENSTEIN, of
Los Angeles, Calif., died May 1.
Services and interment in Los
Angeles. He leaves his sons,
Meyer Levens and Israel Leven-
stein, of Detroit, and a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Louis (Rose) Pook,
of Ypsilanti; three other sons,
Max, Morris and Ben, of Los
Angeles; 12 grandchildren and
16 great grandchildren.
* *
HYMAN CANTOR, of Miami
Beach, Fla., died April 30, in
Miami Beach. He leaves his
wife, Mildred; a son, Harvey;
five brothers, a sister and two
grandchildren.
a a *
SALLY ZEFF, 3385 Richton,
died May 3. Survived by her
husband, Albert; a son, David;
three brothers, a sister and a
grandchild.
*
ARMAND ARTHUR FOX,
16683 Tuller, died May 4. Sur-
vived by his wife, Bertha; two
daughters, Mrs. Irving Berko-
witz and Mrs. Henry Gotliffe;
and two grandchildren.
a *
MOLLIE WEINE R., 20168
Stansbury, died April 22. Sur-
vived by her husband, Louis; a
son, Abe; twodaughters, Mrs.
William Lite and Mrs. Hyman
Gilman; two sisters and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
MOLLIE SHULMAN, 19178
Lahser, died April 23. Survived
by son, Irwin; a daughter, Bet-
ty; two brothers, two sisters and
a grandchild.

Quality Workmanship
Work Guaranteed

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

ALL MAKES

OBITUARIES

Complete Moving Service
No Job Too Large - Too Small
Always Open

LEXINGTON, Ky., (JTA) -
The significance of the revival
of Hebrew as a medium of com-
munication was discussed by
Avraham Harman, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States
at the 13th University of Ken-
tucky Foreign Language Con-
ference.

LOUIS H. FREED, formerly
of Detroit, died April 19, in
Chicago. Services and interment
in Chicago. He leaves his wife,
Bessie; three sons, Zangwill, of
Peoria, Joseph and Herbert, of
Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. P. F.
Snyder, of Detroit; and 11
grandchildren.

Israel Army Alters
Tactics to Cope With
Soviet Aid to UAR

JERUSALEM, (JTA) - Is-
rael Army organization and tac-
tical methods are being re-
vamped to be able to cope with
Soviet methods adopted by the
United Arab Republic, Briga-
dier Yitzhak Rabin, Chief of
Israel's Operations, disclosed at
army headquarters.
He made the disclosure in
warning against the "miscon-
ception" that the potential dan-
ger to Israel's security could be
gauged by the degree of tran-
quility on Israel's borders. "The
development of military power
in depth within the Arab coun-
tries constitutes a greater dan-
ger and has no relation to the
border tranquility," he stressed.
For this reason, he said, Israel
army training programs for the
current year have been de-
signed to meet the new con-
ditions resulting from the adop-
tion of Soviet military doctrines
by the UAR. He reported that
the UAR has been sending
thousands of its key military
personnel to Soviet bloc coun-
tries for training while hundreds
of Soviet technicians and advis-
ers are now in the UAR in train-
ing capacities.
"Considerable efforts are be-
ing made to improve the qual-
ity of the United Arab Repub-
lic Army," Brig. Rabin said. He
revealed that Israel's current
training goals were to absorb
and master new weapons in the
light of knowledge of changes
in Arab armies. "The goal of
Israel's defense forces is to
maintain the status quo," he
said. "To achieve this goal Is-
rael's Army is trained to serve
as a deterrent force and, if de-
terrence fails, to be able to deal
a crushing blow to an ag-

gressor."

Dewhirst Issues
Report on Israel

A 44-page pamphlet, entitled
"Israel - A Land of Hope and
Achievement," by Gerald F.
Dewhirst, vice president of the
National Bank of Detroit, con-
tains the Detroit banker's re-
port on his study of economic
conditions in Israel.
In a statement accompanying
the brochure, under the heading
"A Tribute and a Report,"
Dewhirst states:
"This book is a tribute to
the outstanding performance of
the Jewish Agency in its finan-
cial support of the economy of
Israel, and for its accomplish-
ments in the settlement of im-
migrants in self-sustaining oc-
cupations in the -country. It is
a compliment to the American-
Jewish charities in recognition
of their splendid material and
spiritual contributions. And this
is my report, as a member of
the Banker's Study Mission to
Israel. It is a blending of Bible
history and current economics
and politics, of studies and ob-
servations during four days in
Austria and 11 days in Israel."
The pamphlet is richly illus-
trated with maps and photos of
scenes in Israel.
Dewhirst's report presents a
complete analysis of economic
and cultural developments in
Israel, and the manner in which
immigrants are received in the
new State.

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