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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 26, 1962

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

OAK PARK

SEE OURS FIRST
COOLIDGE-9 MILE
Contemp. 3 bed., newly decorated.
Vacant, must sell. $15,000.

KENOSHA-DARTMOUTH
Brick ranch, gar. $14,500.

NR. DEXTER-DAVISON MARKET
Face br. spacious Duplexes. As-
sume easy payments. 15% in-
vestment return.

LI. 6-7668

RACEY REALTY

OAK PARK, 3 bedroom, 1,100 square
foot brick ranch, excellent condi-
tion, stove, carpeting, drapes, like
new. Near buses, shopping, schools.
$15,000. 23101 Marlow. Open every
day.

FOR SALE by owner, 4 bedroom, tri-
level, family room, 21/2-car garage,
2 full baths, 408 Hillboro, West-
chester Village, Birmingham. MI
4-9029. $29,950.

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

Franklin Forest

L I VON IA

19475 RENSELLOR

New 3 bedroom brick, basement.
gas heat, disposal, double sink.
$11,950. $50 down, moves you in.

JOHN B. PICKING

Northwestern and 13 Mile Road,
152 ft. by 201 ft. Your chance to
get a bargain in this high-class
area. $6,500.

HUNTINGTON WOODS

8 years old, 4 bedrooms, paneled
den, 2 full baths, powder room,
recreation room with bar, formica
wall in kitchen, built-in dishwash-
er, air-conditioning, automatic
sprinkler, 2 car garage, drapes,
carpeting.

LI 2-8963

Lovely 3 bdrm. lir ranch, gorgeous
den, 1600 sq. ft., lge. kitchen.
$21,500.00. Shirley Cash,

SCHATTEN REALTY BR 2-1900

18448 FERGUSON

BET. 7 MILE & OUTER DRIVE
3 bedroom brick, basement rec-
reation room., garage, fenced yard,
lovely neighborhood. Full price
$13,500. $150 down FHA.

SENECA REALTY COMPANY

274-2850

278-1212

OAK PK-HARDING 24511
OPEN SUNDAY 2-5

E. of Greenfield, 2 blks. S. 10
Mi. Sparkling 4 bedrm. ranch
plus large paneled den, 2 baths,
carpeting, spacious kitch-dinette.
gar. $25,900.

LEEDS REALTY

DI. 1-3533

LARGE 3 bedroom house in Oak
Park, with den, 21/2 baths, built-in
kitchen, back porch, in exchange
for a smaller house. LI 5-2993.

WARREN SEELYE

18940 OAK DRIVE

Best street in Hampton school
area. 4 air-conditioned bedrooms,
214 baths. den, modern kitchen,
excellent condition. Sell under
FHA appraisal. $1,200 down. Call
for app't.

UN 1-1302

INCOME 5-5

BIRWOOD 9209

Gas heat, garage, deep lot, near
buses, immaculate neighborhood,
upper rented. FHA, land contract,
or cash. Make reasonable offer.

OWNER - WE. 5.0462

New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

LI 4-5138

WOMAN TO care for 2 pre-school
children. Light housekeeping. Own
room. GR 6-3464.

Wanted Americanized young or
middle-aged woman, to take care
of house with 3 children. Mother
working.

UN 1-5075

REPAIRS, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys, porches. Steps.
UN. 2-1017.

INTERIOR, exterior painting, odd
jobs, neat, reasonable. C. Piotrow-
ski. TY 8-5485.

PAINTER needs work, inside and
outside, special price for vacan-
cies. Immediate service. Refer-
ences. All work guaranteed. TO
6-5485.

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

SOUTHFIELD, Washington Heights STRONG, middle-aged Jewish speak- HEMS. Knitted and plain garments,
good and reasonable. UN 4-6367.
-Choice lot, well located, 111x130'.
ing woman with nursing experience
EL 7-1604.
to care for elderly semi-invalid
woman. Live in. References. UN
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
3-2451.

SOUTHFIELD
WESTHAMPTON-EVERGREEN

WANTED man or woman, experienced
in selling. Semi-retired. 861-1860.

Corner lot 110x130, $2,500. Shirley
Cash.

EXCELLENT POSITION

SCHATTEN REALTY BR 2-1900

FOR SALE - ORCHARDS

The growing of fruit offers a
clean, peaceful, outdoor life free
from big city pressures and over
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
now available.

SCHAFER AND CO.
Dept. DN
Brokers
LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN

FOR PERMANENT POSITION

with well established Detroit
institution.

• Position calls for man between
ages 30-40, with college edu-
cation, pleasing personality and
ability to meet the public.

• Above average salary, pension,
insurance and other group ben-
efits.

• Replies confidential.

Write:

Box 558
The Jewish News

17100 West 7 Mile Road
Detroit 35, Michigan

18-STORE RENTALS

A MODERN Store, Third and Stimson
area. Ideal for Pawn Shop or Pat-
ent Medicines. Low rent. UN 4-6737.

19-OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

COMPLETELY FURNISHED office.
On Schaefer near Pembroke.
341-4340.

19-B-COMMERCIAL
BUILDING FOR SALE

Chicago nr. Mendota. 1900 sq. ft.
Doctors clinic, partly rented to
Dentist at $200 a month: 24 car
parking lot, excellent value.

ELSEA

BR 3-0100

30-A-INSTRUCTION

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

MATHEMATICS Tutoring, high school
teacher, B.S.-M.S. Degrees. 13 years
experience. Ill.-Yale Programs. VE
7-8736.

LADY TO care for small home and
invalid. Live-in. Steady. 18625 In-
diana. 863-3031. UN 1-2307.

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

PRACTICAL NURSE, companion to
elderly ladv. References. UN 1-0952,
UN 2-4803.-

MIDDLE-AGED man will care for sick
people. Experienced. 341-6729.

45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

PAWN SHOP for sale. Good money
maker, ill health. Call after 8 p.m.
LI 7-8635.

50-BUSINESS CARDS

DRESSMAKING

All Rinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

UN 3-8283
17175 ROSELAWN

40 - EMPLOYMENT

MAN WANTED for Pawn Shop. Ap-
ply in person. 473 Gratiot.

UNHAPPY SALESMEN

If you had any experience in selling insurance, clothing, furniture,
shoes, real estate, jewelry, books, vacuums, etc. -

THEN HERE IS YOUR IDEAL JOB

1-Earn up to $18,000 year, but never less than $7,000.
2-Get healthy checks-52 weeks a year.
3-No canvassing-all TV and newspaper leads.
4-Big health and accident insurance paid by company.
5-Year round steady work.
6-Work for reliable company, in business over 50 years.
Apply for job in person in Oak Park, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

10160 West Nine Mile Road
Oak Park
Majestic Office Center
Room 112

ELECTRIC FRYER, cooker, broiler,
down comforter, like new pink and
brown satin, large sized bed-
spread, taffeta rose color. Every-
thing reasonable. UN 1-6668.

MAN'S TAN SUIT, size 40-waist
36-$8. All kinds of dresses, formals
and coats, sizes 12-18. Everything
cheap. UN 4-7867.

57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

TO SELL beautiful living furniture,
2 gas ranges, saw, many other
items. LI 6-5370.

57-B-WANTED TO BUY
PIANOS

WANTED, Upright Piano, in good
condition. Call UN 4-9088.

Sophie Sklar Dies at 94

Sophie Sklar, 16809 Wooding-
ham, died Oct. 18. She was 94.
Surviving her are two sons,
Samuel and Joseph; five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Louis Maskin, Mrs.
Max Bronstein, Mrs. Sol Gold-
man, Mrs. Joseph Barnett and
Mrs. Louis Krause; two brothers,
30 grandchildren, 60 great-
grandchildren and nine great,
great-grandchildren.

Learning will not be found
among traders or merchants,-
The Talmud, Erubin 55.

111111.1MINIMEW
The Family of the Late

LOUIS
A
- PPLEBAUM

Acknowledge with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

UNDERGROUND sprinkler systems
installed and serviced. Quality
work at reasonable prices. Free
estimates. 527-5044 or 372-9439.

MATHEMATICS, Chemistry, P h y s-
ics Tutor. High School, College.
All methods. Expert, effective. LI FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
1-2645-UN 1-9173. Free estimates. Call UN 4-3547.

ALL CARPENTER work. Kitchen cabi-
nets, front doors, railings, cedar
closets, porches, floors, partitions,
steps. Work myself. 342-1880.

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

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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

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

NEW METHOD - Carpets cleaned;
walls washed, by machine. Work
guaranteed. Free estimates. KE 5-
8470-KE 8-1778.

Obituaries

TILE

REEVES
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

17100 W. 7 MILE RD.
DETROIT 35, MICH.

19487 SUSSEX - ONLY $12,750

Charming br. bung. ideal location
nr. 7 mi. Greenfield shopp. Syn.
cent. ent. Jr. din. rm. new 13.;
cr. gar. solid dr. Eve Sherman LI
4-3653 or VE 8-0077.

CARDS

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?

DI. 1-5660

13819 West 8 Mile Road

50-BUSINESS

call us.

WRITE BOX 557
THE JEWISH NEWS

17-F-FARMS FOR SALE

Open Sunday 2 - 5
23881 CONDON

If you need good domestic help

MARK HOWARD & CO.

581-5490

OAK PARK. 13120 Dartmouth. 3-bed-
room ranch, 2 baths, beautifully
landscaped, other features. Best of-
fer accepted. LI 5-6065.

40-EMPLOYMENT

Dave Malkin,
Sylvia Cooperman,
Louis Zucker,
Harry Zucker,
William Zucker
and Morris Zucker,
Family of the Late

RACHEL
MALKIN

Acknowledge with
grateful appreciation

the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends dur i n g their
recent bereavement.

NETTIE BARRIS, 16157 In-
diana, died Oct. 19. She leaves
a son, Sidney Silverman; a
brother; a sister, and a grand-
child.
* * *
LOUIS HOPPER, 10643 Santa
Maria, died Oct. 20. He leaves
his wife, Anne; two daughters,
Mrs. Isadore Martin and Mrs.
Allen Nirkind; a sister, and four
grandchildren.
* *_ *
LOLA SAMUEL, 17371 Green-
field, died Oct. 20. She leaves
her husband, Ellis; a son, Rich-
ard E.; two brothers, and a
sister.
* * *
MEYER NADLER, 18965
Monica, died Oct. 20. He leaves
his wife, Sarah; son, Donald;
daughter, Toni; mother, Mrs.
Nathan Nadler; a brother, and
two sisters.
* * *
SAMUEL BUCHIN, 14529
Bramell, died Oct. 21. He leaves
his wife, Mary Ann; son, Peter;
daughter, Joanne; Parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Buchin.
*
*
MICHAEL MILLER, 17601
New Hampshire, Southfield,
died Oct. 21. He leaves his wife,
Anna, and two brothers.
* * *
MORRIS ABUGOW, 3281
Richton, died Oct. 22. Survived
by his wife, Bessie; a son, Her-
bert; a daughter, Mrs. Irving
(Shirley) Tennenhouse; a broth-
er, a sister and five grandchil-
dren.
* * *
LOUIS MORRIS WERSEL,
3296 Elmhurst, died Oct. 21.
Survived by a brother-in-law,
Benjamin Hessler, and a neph-
ew, Arthur Hessler.
*
*
SOPHIE JOSEFF, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Oct. 22. Survived by
three sons, Morris of Toronto,
Ont., David and Norman; a
daughter, Mrs. Irving (Rose)
Kolko of Pittsburgh, Pa.; a sis-
ter, seven grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
• * *
P.AULINE BECKER, 13262 N.
Norfolk, died Oct. 24. Survived
by husband, Joseph; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Arnold Bennett and
Mrs. Harvey Greenspan; a broth-
er and six grandchildren.
* * *
CLARA KOHN, Los Angeles,
Calif., died Oct. 13. She is sur-
vived by a son, Robert; grand-
son, Michael; four brothers,
Sidney, Martin, Edward Klein
of Calif. and George Klein -of
Chicago; three sisters, Esther
Pollak, Mary Trager and Rose
Hausman.
• * *
ABRAHAM MOORSTEIN of
Traverse City died Oct. 23. He
is survived by sons, Dr. Ben-
jamin of Akron, 0., and Harry;
and five grandchildren.

George Cassidy Dies

WASHINGTON, (JTA) - Is-
rael Ambassador Avraham Har-
man and Theodore R. McKeldin,
former Governor of Maryland
and current president of the
America-Israel s o c i e t y, paid
memorial tributes to George L.
Cassidy, former executive di-
rector of the society, who died
Oct. 14. He was 60.
Cassidy directed the society
from 1954 to 1961 in its pro-
gram of advancing cultural
relations between the United
States and Israel. A former
managing editor of the New
York Post, Cassidy was a mem-

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For Further Information Call

TYler 6-1686

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