17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 12, 1962
Br. 4 bed. 2 baths, Rec.
Rm. auto ht. side dr. gar.
vacant. Offer over $13,000
takes. Your terms.
OPEN 2-5 SUN.
RENT-OPTION TO BUY
Price reduced for quick sale.
Occupancy Nov. 1st - 3-bedrm.
farm Colonial, family rm., 1 1/,
baths. Winship School area.
CALL EDITH GOODMAN
DI 1-1540 or VE 8-0077
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
OPEN SUN. 2-5
Reduced to $12,250
Yes, that is the price of this all
brick bung. in a very fine loca-
tion, close to everything. 5 rms.
& full tile base., gas ht., pan. Rec.
rm., gar., carpets, drapes, S&S, on
beautiful landsc. lot. Widow must
sell. Her loss is your gain. Can be
bought with a very low dn. pay-
ment. Conic out today, you won't
HENRY J. ROSEN
OAK PK.-10 MI.-COOLIDGE
2 bedrms. Sharp f. Tile base,
auto ht. walk to everything.
3 BED. BRK. RANCH
BEAUT. INTERIOR-LGE. LOT
LOW DN.-MAKE OFFER.
BEVERLY, OAK PK.
A real buy in a 3 bedrm. Con-
temporary. scr. terr., Rec. rm.
bar, extra lay., sprink. syst. Near
Roosevelt School. Doctor owner
wants it sold. Small down.
"Greenspan bit. - 3-bedroom brick
ranch, and beautifully paneled
den, 2 baths, large kitchen, cedar
closet, 1,800 square feet. Finished
recreation room. Reasonable. Un-
$107 per month including taxes
and insurance. 3 bedroom brick
bungalow. Completely carpeted
and draped. Extra large finished
room up, recreation room with
full bath. gas heat. Owner.
3 Bedroom brick, 134 baths plus
basement lay., large family kitch-
en, storms and screens, land-
scaped. $650 down, FHA or GI., or
can assume present mortgage.
$16,900. KE 7-6123.
8 years old. corner. 4 bedrooms,
paneled den. finished recr., air-
conditioning. Automatic sprin-
EIGHT MILE-Telegraph. Woodbine
19944. Brick ranch, three bedrooms,
two baths, finished basement„ car-
peting and drapes. Near school.
OPEN SUN. 2-5
23881 CONDON - OAK PARK
Lovely 3 bedrm. brick ranch,
beautiful den. 2 baths. quick pos-
session. Shirley Cash, Schatten
WISCONSIN 18108 Nr. CURTIS
3 BED. BRK. COL.
LGE. LIV. RM., FIREPL.
FAMILY RM., KITCH. BLT-INS.
1 FULL BATH-2 HALVES, GAR.
Beautiful grey brick, wide front
ranch, 3 bedrms.. lovely formica
kitchen, 15x15 screened porch.
nice carpet & drapes. Value
priced at 516,900. Mr. Davidson,
2 Bedrm. Brk. Ranch, den, base.,
rec. rm., 23",-car gar., gas ht.,
schools. shopp. 2 blks. to Beth
Shalom. vacant, sacrifice $12,950.
20531 PIERSON, NR. 8 MI.
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
NORTH OF 7 MILE
A warm inviting 6 room brick,
nestled among beautiful trees on
large lot. 3 bedrooms, marvelous
condition, gas heat, recr. room.
Selling at a bargain price. $13,500.
Owner. UN 2-8779 Sunday. Days
GOLF CLUB SUB.
PARKSIDE 17185. An exceptional
home at the outrageously low
price of $21,500. All lge. rooms,
4 spacious bedrooms, 2 baths on
2nd floor. powder room, den, fin-
ished basement, maid's quarters,
1 bath on 3rd floor. Brick 3-car
gar., side drive. many extras.
Elderly owners must sell. CALL
OAK PARK. Immaculate 3 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath brick ranch, full base-
ment, 11/2 car garage. Sale by
owner. LI 7-0259.
4 large bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,
large beamed family room
with built-in's and fireplace.
Carpeted. Landscaped. Marble
center hall. Flair double oven.
Many other fine features.
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5
DUE TO HUSBANDS DEMISE
Delicatessen in Downtown Nash-
ville. Excellent business. Takes in
over $1,000 per week.
ASKING ONLY $14,500
(Schaefer S. to Curtis turn right
to Stansbury). 3 bed. ranch, car-
peted, draped, stove, refrig.. ter-
race, fin. Rec. rm. Must be seen.
* 1 *
NR. CURTIS. SLASHED PRICE
FOR IMMED. SALE.
19150 HARTWELL NR. 7 MILE
3-Bedrm. Brk. Colonial; deluxe
carpeting; nr. shopping, transp.
EVES. LI 7-3847
A STEAL at $11,900. Oak Park. 3
bedroom all brick ranch, carpet-
ing, drapes, dishwasher. 23631
Condon. LI 8-2070.
OAK PARK-3-bedroom brick ranch,
off Northfield Blvd. Under $18,000.
Have to see to appreciate. Open.
24021 Berkley, LI 5-0685.
COLONIAL. Steel, 19729. By owner.
Gas. 3 twin bedrooms, screened
porch, basement, recr. and lay.
6 ROOM brick ranch, carpeting,
finished basement, jalousie porch.
20549 Faust. KE 7-1533. Must sell.
2 story brick modern colonial, 3
twin size bedrooms, 13 4 tiled
baths. Fireplace. Screened ter-
race. 2-car garage. Convenient to
Northland and Expressway. Must
6 large rooms, 3 bedrooms, brick
ranch, 2-car garage, carpeting and
drapes. Freezer. Will sacrifice.
OPEN SUNDAY 1 - 5.
White brick, three bedrooms, gas
heat, two-car garage, recreation
room, enclosed porch. Located
in Seven Mile and Meyers Road
area. Priced for quick sale. Low
down payment. F.H.A. appraised.
TELEPHONE UN 3-2293
CORNER 7TH AND COMMERCE
NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE
WANTED, partner for Pawn Shop,
willing to invest in going busi-
ness to expand. LI 1-0508.
All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4826. LI 5-4035.
REPAIRS, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys, porches. Steps.
NEW METHOD - Carpets cleaned;
walls washed, by machine. Work
guaranteed. Free estimates. KE 5-
INTERIOR, exterior painting, odd
jobs, neat, reasonable. C. Piotrow-
ski. TY 8-5485.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
UNDERGROUND sprinkler systims
installed and serviced. Quality
work at reasonable prices. Free
estimates. 527-5044 or 372-9439.
PAINTER needs work, inside and
outside, special price for vacan-
cies. Immediate service. Refer-
ences. All work guaranteed. TO
FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN 4-3547.
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
New York City Jewish Community
Leader Wins Bias Case in Court
SCHAFER AND CO.
BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yid-
dish, English, experienced teacher.
MATHEMATICS Tutoring, high school
teacher, B.S.-M.S. Degrees. 13 years
experience. Ill.-Yale Programs. VE
MATHEMATICS, Chemistry, P h y s-
ics Tutor. High School, College.
All methods. Expert, effective. LI
40 - EMPLOYMENT
If you need good domestic help
Full or part time. Fast and accu-
rate typist. Shorthand desirable.
Good at detail and organization.
Call Mr. Simmons.
ALL CARPENTER WOil, Kitchen cabi- AMERICAN FLYER train set and ac-
nets, front doors, railings, cedar
cessories. No reasonable offer re-
closets, porches, floors, partitions,
fused. KE 5-9017. 20277 Bentler.
steps. Work myself. 342-1880.
17 - A - LOTS FOR SALE
WANTED-Used clothing. Reason-
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing
able. Junior sizes 5-11. Women's
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. Sout
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason
sizes 12-18. Call only between 2
field-10. Lot 100x135. Reasonable.
able Free estimates. UN 4.3339
and 3 P.M. 563-9613.
DOWN COMFORTER, like new pink
and brown satin. King size bed-
spread taffeta rose color; black
coat to fit size 16 or 18. Everything
AND DELIVERY SERVICE
reasonable. UN 1-6668.
Also Office Furniture.
FOR SALE - ORCHARDS
60 - CARS FOR SALE
The growing of fruit offers a
clean, peaceful, outdoor life free
1959, ROADSTER. Wire wheels.
from big city pressures and over
$1275. LA 7-0031.
the years it has been profitable.
We offer for sale Orchards from
60 to 600 acres. family to Com-
mercial size, located in West
Michigan fruit belt, along Lake
Michigan from the Indiana line
to Charlevoix. Send for infor-
mation and pictures of Orchards
Must have experience with Jew-
ish type foods and pastry. Will-
ing to re-locate to Flint. Age no
barrier. Write for interview.
Grossman's Restaurant and Deli-
catessen, 811 Welch Blvd., Flint,
EVERGREEN-7. Housekeeper wanted.
Phone after 6 p.m. 537-6663.
40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED
EXPERIENCED housekeeper, good
plain cook, wants job for room
and board and small salary. Have
references. Call Mrs. Fisher. DI
GREENFIELD ROAD, NEAR ELEVEN MILE ROAD, OAK PARK, MICHIGAN
NEW YORK, (JTA) - The
New York City Commission on
Human Rights sustained this
week the contention of one of
the city's leading Jewish citizens
that his bid to buy a cooperative
apartment in Manhattan had
been rejected because he is a
The plaintiff is Alfred R. Bach-
rach, president of Temple Emanu-
El, the largest Reform synagogue
in the world, a director of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, a member of the board
of the Associated YM a n d
YWHA's and a director of the
:•ontefiore Hospital in the Bronx.
The commission asked City
Corporation Counsel Leo A. Lar-
kin to seek a permanent injunc-
tion against the 1001 Tenants
Corporation which operates the
cooperative apartment, located
about a mile from Temple Em-
Larkin said the effect of the
move, if granted, would be to
give Bachrach first consideration
on any new vacancies. The move
for legal action was the first by
the commission in the case of a
cooperative apartment. It will be
filed under the city's Fair Hous-
ing Practices Law which bans
According to testimony before
the commission, Bachrach made
a $5,000 deposit on the $33,000
cooperative apartment. He was
informed later that the directors
of the cooperative had refused to
approve his bid. He filed a com-
plaint with the city commission
and a hearing was held which
upheld his contention.
Senate-House Conference Agrees
on Heirless Property Settlement
WASHLNGTON, (JTA) - A
Senate-House conference agreed
on an enemy assets disposition
bill containing an amendment
providing a $500,000 lump sum
settlement of all claims of suc-
cessor organizations for use in
rehabilitation of needy Jewish
persecutees of the Nazi regime
living in the United States.
The amendment was sponsored
by Senator Kenneth B. Keating
and Jacob K. Javits, both of New
York. This is the so-called
heirless property amendment on
which action was pending for a
considerable time. The sum will
go to the Jewish Restitution Suc-
cessor Organization. The bill re-
ported out by the conference
committee will go to the Presi-
The conference dropped
another amendment, however,
which would have provided indi-
vidual compensation payments to
German Jews who since World
War II became American, citi-
zens. The basic legislation per-
tained to the sale of the General
Aniline & Film Corporation, Ger-
man property vested by the
United States during World War
II and disposition of the pro-
The Jewish Community of
Kenya, which today numbers
some 1,000 persons, dates back
to 1903 when the British
gOvernment offered the Zionist
Organization an autonomous en-
clave in the territory. While
the offer was declined, several
Jewish families settled there.