THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 21, 1960 — 36
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
LAUDER-8 MILE SECTION
Gorgeous ranch house, 3 large
bedrooms, 2 baths, paneled den,
recr. room and bar, carpeting
and draperies. Owner must sell.
Tri-level, 3 bedrooms, 114 baths,
18' family room, 1,300 square feet,
gas heat, face brick, bath vanity,
carpeting in living room, built-in
T.V. and music center. Lot 75x135
w. trees. $14,990. $590 down.
Beautiful ranch, 3 bedrooms, 11.t;
bathrooms, carpeting and drapes,
priced $21,500. Make offer.
RHYS MOORE SALES CO.
OAK PARK, furnished, 2 bedrooms
upstairs, S. & S., finished base-
ment, fenced back yard. Owner
must sell. LI 1-2184.
Kentucky nr. Curtis
$17,500 - 3-bedrm. brick Col.,
large liv. rm. firepl. separate
dining rm. gas ht., 2-car gar.,
completely newly decorated,
center entrance, 1st flr.
OWNERS IN ARIZONA
10010 Woodland Court, Oak Park
(Take Rosewood to Woodland Ct.,
IA Mile • South of 10 Mile)
OPEN SUNDAY 2 - 5
Call Mr. Lea Straus
for further information
B. F. Chamberlain Co.
24621 Coolidge Just S. of 10 Mi.
3 bedrm., 2 • baths, lg. pan. den,
comp. bit-in kit. comp. air-cond.,
incinerator, land. Entire home in-
terior decorated (carpt., drapes,
For Further Information
Charming 3 bdrm. Brk. Col.
Brkfst. nk., din. rm., rec. rm.,
gas ht., fine carpt., drapes. Neat
as a pin. Owner transf. Mrs.
2-BEDROOM brick bungalow, pan-
eled basement, garage, unfinished
attic. 7 Mile-Southfield area.
Owner KE 5-3277.
Hartwell - Curtis
Very attractive 6-rm. br. Col.,
3 lge. bedrms., gas ht., 2-cr. gar.,
also the following Colonials: 19195
Griggs, 18453 Hartwell, 18704
MR. FAY. DI 1-8044
OPEN 2-5 SUN.
LI 5 - 2009
UN 4 - 5228
24680 ROANOKE, Oak Park. 3 bed-
room ranch, built-in stove, flood-
proof basement, carpeting and
drapes, S. & S., by owner. Call for
app't. LI 5-2809.
Face brick 3 bedrm. Col. with
23' liv. rm., tiled kitch., break-
fast bay, gas ht., 1 1,(.-car gar.
Everything in tip-top cond. Ter-
rific buy. UN 3-0661.
LAHSER - 8 MILE SECTION
31 - TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING to New York, October 25th,
want someone to share expenses,
driver preferred. UN 4-0790.
ALL REPAIRS, brick, cement, plas-
ter, pointing, porches, chimney,
steps. UN. 2-1017.
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets, doors, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.
IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
LOOK FOR ME IN
THE YELLOW PAGES
Top ranking Insurance Company
has opening for man 25-40. 2 year
individually supervised profes-
sional training. 20 year retire-
ment plan. Salary plus commis.
Phone TU. 2-9603. Sat. 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
COMPANION to elderly woman, live-
in. Plain cook, references, phone
evenings DI 1-6156.
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
$10,000 IN COMMISSIONS
Experienced real estate agent
or broker wanted who can sell,
follow-up and close. Can earn
up to $10,000 its commissions
selling luxury co-op apartments
in the Northwest area. Call
FEMALE COOK for Kosher type
restaurant, must be experienced
with references. 20231 James Cou-
zens. BR 2-0644.
All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments
AND DELIVERY SERVICE
Also Office Furniture.
PAINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price. • Quick service. 20
years experience. TE 4-5864.
I.. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpels-
ter work, no job too big or small
BR 3-4826. LI 5-4035.
FATHER AND SON. Will work rea-
sonable. Use best odorless paint.
Free estimates. Best references.
Mr. Edleman. TR 5-2561.
PAINTING and decorating, finest
workmanship, free estimates. Sam
Fishman, UN. 1-3265.
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO
PLASTERING and decorating.
Cement work. TY. 7-5654.
Steel Landscaping Co.
3 BEDROOM Colonial, dream kitch-
en, must be seen to appreciate.
UN 1-9089. 18257 Wisconsin.
40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED
23910 W. 7 MILE RD.
4 BEDROOM brick house, 2 car brick
garage, gas heat, draperies, carpet-
ing, for sale by owner. Shown by
app'mt. UN 1-5971.
OPEN 2-5 SUN.
LADY wishes housework or baby
sitting or maid's work. TE 1-0891.
ICE 8 - 3530
Modern 3-bedrm. Col., 2-car gar.,
pass hall, vacant. Must be sold.
Terms to suit. Asking $14,900.
Truly here's the buy of the week.
EXPERIENCED woman wishes Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday work
-references. WA 4-4321.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason-
able. Free estimates. UN 4-3339.
Evergreen-Pembroke. Fine 3 bdrm.
brk. Ranch. Panl'd kit., huge liv.
rm., din. L, rec. rm., rear terr.
off kit. Priced low. Mrs. Kessler.
OPEN SUN. 2-5
Charming 3 bdrm. or 2 bdrm. plus
den ranch in exclusive loc. Gorg.
liv. rm., din. L., spac. kit with
eating spc., 134 car • gar., scrnd.
terr. Xcel, carpt., drapes, gas ht.
Close to Vandenberg school, trans.
HUBBELL 16652-3 bedroom brick
colonial, near transp., and Sinai
Hospital. $14,900. F.H.A. $650 down.
Shown by app't. Owner, GA 2-5553.
17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
X. 120, DESIRABLE LOT, Sorrento
North of 7. Priced for immediate
sale, UN 3-5050 evenings UN 2-4779
Face brick 3 large bedrooms, large
kitch., nice din. rm., pass hall,
1Y, baths, gas, covered porch,
costly carpets, drapes, 4 1,4%
mtge. $89 per mo. plus tax, new-
ly decorated, illness forces sale.
Compare, snake offer.
121x135 lot in Evergreen-9 Mile
vicinity. Near many executive
type homes, $6,000 terms.
WESTBROOK - W. 7 MI. RD.
$10,990 full price
Beautiful street. Cute 2 bedrm.
asb. shingle. Front dinette &
kitch., basement, incinerator,
gas ht., rear screened porch, gar.
Really a bargain, Mr. Hood.
3. L. Mooney
RANCH HOME - Oak Park's choic-
est neighborhood, 5 rooms plus
large utility. Owner. LI 6-2950.
Heyden-W. 7 Mi. Rd.
Ideal for retired couple. Spot-
less 2 bedrm., new carpets, large
attic, gas ht.
Owner - KE 3-8959
A beautiful home to suit your
entertaining needs. 12x59 Family
Room glass enclosed with 4 dor-
walls, 2 cr. attach. gar. lovely
basement rec. rm. with powder
room. Home is newly decorated,
carpeted, gas forced air ht. House
is priced at $26,950 but has over
$13,000 in extras. It must be seen
OAK - PARK, 60'. Avon corner Gran-
zon, sacrifice, also others. LI 4-4849.
18 - A - STORES FOR LEASE
STORE for lease. 25x75, 7 Mile-Green-
field. Good for any kind of busi-
ness including offices. KE 1-0052.
28-A-BOOKKEEPING & TAX
ACCOUNTING, bookkeeping and tax
service, weekly or monthly. Nate
Horwitz, UN 3-6635, UN 4-7808.
HEBREW TEACHER, well qualified
with years of experience. Avail-
able for Bar Mitzvah preparation.
Personal attention. Northwest Sec-
tion. Call Rabbi Jacob Hoberman,
FOR BETTER Hebrew Education, spe-
cial Bar Mitzvah, call Rabbi Lawton.
BAR MITZVAH instructions at your
home or mine. If you cannot
afford, you pay less. Joshua
Shames, 19318 Roselawn. UN
CLASS C BAR. By Owner, on 12th
Street near Pingree. Best offer
takes. UN 4-2041.
MODERN Shoe Repair shop for sale,
reasonable, corner 8 Mile and
Schaefer. BR 3-1037.
HAND LAUNDRY and cleaning store
for sale, good location and busi-
ness, must sell. 5734 Woodward.
GUTTER cleaning and repairs, leaks
repaired on roof, chimney's re-
paired. Other repairs done. Free
estimates on all work. Brewer's
Maintenance Service. VI 3-1514.
GREENBERG'S building repair shop,
specializing electrical appliances,
door bells, locksmith, window
glass, carpenter work, sash cords,
reasonable rates. WE 3-7919.
MODERN self-serve market, excel-
lent business. 12540 Dexter.
BASEMENT DAMP: Clothes dryer
need venting? Call Wolfe, BR
50 - BUSINESS CARDS
CARPET CLEANING, Vonschrader
method, guaranteed and reason-
able. Call for free estimates. TE
4-7857 - WE 3-1571.
A -1 PAINTING, 5, rooms $75.00. 3
rooms $45.00. Plastering. Evans.
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
NATHAN DeROVEN. First class
painting and decorating, paper
hanging. Work myself. Reason- LUXURIOUS Cerulean grey mink.
jacket. Practically new. 12-14. 'Sacri-
able. Call LI 4-5213, UN 4-5667.
fice, moving South. Huntington
Woods. LI 3-1305.
FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN. 4-3547.
PERSIAN LAMB JACKET, 10 - 14.
Beautiful, modern, mink-trimmed,
only $50. UN 4-7867.
We Stop Any Leak!
5 Year Guarantee
OLD ROOFS MADE
BETTER THAN NEW
Commercial - Industrial
Apartments - Residential
No roof too large or to small.
PERSIAN LAMB COAT, size 40, ex-
cellent condition, very reasonable.
TO 6-0935, call Tuesday, Wednes.,
Thursday, and Friday until 4 p.m.
BEST PRICES PAID for men's suits,
top-coats, and shoes. TU 3-1872.
57-FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
For Free Estimates Call
SELECTED BY DECORATOR
Beautiful 3 rooms of furniture,
bedroom, dining, couch, chairs,
breakfront, lamps, tables, car-
peting, drapes, also misc. items.
Must sell immediately. Apart-
ment also available.
1001 MERTON ROAD
APT. No. 31
UN. 1-2906 or UN. 4-0075
Classified ads bring fast results!
MOVING & STORAGE CO.
BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid.
dish, English. Call experienced
teacher. WE 4-1793.
PRIVATE TUTORING, high school
mathematics, experienced teacher.
TUTOR, Subjects in mathematics,
chemistry, and physics, elemen-
tary, high school, and college. For
an appt. call LI 2-0513.
Lawn Construction, Work Guaranteed
ON ALL EVERGREENS
Best offer will take this lovely
spacious 3 bedroom, 134 ceramic
bath, ranch, family kitchen, beau-
tiful trees, screened porch, built
'54, carpeting, drapes included.
60-CARS FOR SALE
ASKING $21,500 - BY OWNER
AFTER 5 P.M.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted for small
family, calls taken at LI 8-0107.
4 bedrooms. 2 full baths, tiled
basement, brick ranch, only
$4,500 down to 41/2% F.H.A.
9 piece dining room set, like new.
Also, 3 piece bedroom suite. Plus
other household articles. Must be
sold at once. No reasonable offer
1956 red T V Spyder Convert-
ible, terrific buy at $895.
TYPIST-TELEPHONE OPERATOR I
Experienced for busy Northwest
Real Estate Office. Age 24-40.
Hours daily 1-9. Mrs. Erwin,
57-FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
Complete Moving Service
No Job Too Large - Too Small
Says Arab ]Lands
Unable to Take
UNITED NATIOD S, N.Y.
(JTA)-The Arab refugees in the
Middle East cannot be absorbed
by the Arab areas where they
now live-Gaza, Syria, Jordan
and Lebanon - because these
areas are "already saturated with
farmers and unskilled laborers,"
the General Assembly was told
by Dr. John W. Davis, director
of the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency for Palestine Refu-
gees in the Near East.
Davis made the statement in his
report to the Assembly, which
will be discussed soon by that
body's Specia, Political Commit-
tee. "The simple truth is," he
contends, "that the jobs at which
the refugees could be employed
do not exist within the host coun-
tries. Nor could any large num-
ber of jobs be created in these
countries-except at an uneco-
nomic level of investment-be-
cause of the limited local re-
sources and scope for employ-
fact has to be faced," the
report continues, "that, for the
majority of these refugees-two-
thirds or more-the areas where
they are presently located hold
out almost no prospect of their
absorption into satisfactory, self-
supporting, employment. It fol-
lows that, if these refugees are
ever to find suitable employment,
they will have to move across an
international frontier in one di-
rection or another."
The report does not pinpoint
specifically the "international
frontier" which the Arab refugees
will have to cross. But Davis
says flatly that "the refugees de-
pending on. UNRWA have been
denied rehabilitation through re-
patriation or compensation be-
cause Paragraph II of United Na-
tions Resolution 194 (adopted in
1948) has never been imple-
"They have not found work
where they reside because these
countries already have an ample
supply of farmers and unskilled
workers. And they have not
moved to nearby countries be-
cause these already have an
abundance of such workers."
Davis did not mention the fact
that the same resolution of 1948
also envisaged the possibility of
the resettlement of the refugees
in Arab countries.
The UNRWA director, at a
press conference here supple-
menting the submission of his re-
port, declared that large-scale
economic integration i- the Mid-
dle East, like the ten-year $14,-
000,000,000 plan projected two
years ago by Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold, are "not ac-
ceptable to the Arab people" as
an undertaking by UNRWA.
"The less we talk about economic
development," he declared, "the
more we do to solVe the prob-
For the three-year tenure re-
maining to UNRWA1961-63-
Davi:, projects budgets totaling
$40,600,000 for 1961; $39,400,-
000 for 1962; and $41,200,000 for
1963. In 1959, UNRWA, accord-
ing to the report, spent $34,072,-
673, of which the United States
contributed 70 percent, or $23,-
Dick LeBeau of the Detroit
Lions was a four sport star in
prep days, winning awards in
football, basketball, track and golf.