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November 16, 1962 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-16

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Next Issue's
Earlier
Deadline

The deadline for all
classified advertising for
the next issue, due to
Thanksgiving, will be at 3
p.m. on Tuesday.

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

SOUTHFIELD-MUST SELL

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S10,000 below cost. Like new.
Brick 4-bedroom, 21.- baths,
quad-level. Built-in f r e e z e r,
refrig., dishwasher. oven, range,
kitchen table, music center, Cal-
cinator, carpets, drapes. Quick
occupancy.

EL 6-8042

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OAK PK.-KENOSHA AT 10 MI.

3-bed. brk., very Ige. kitch..
expensive carpeting, drapes. 2-
car gar., gas lit. Very close to
school, Syn. Must sell.

LI 7-7979

ROVIN

OPEN SUN. 2 - 5

OAK PK., NORTHFIELD BLVD.
Nr. Church. 3-bed. face brk., con-
temp. excell. cond., freshly
painted, carpets, drapes, dish-
wash.. elec. range, 80-gal. heater,
fin. nn.- in base., patio. Very
close to school. Has to be
Sold.

LI 7-7959

ROVIN

DELUXE RANCH

19908 ST. MARYS-Unbelievable
Ige. 3-bed. & Den, 13:; baths,
Family Mich., 2-car gar. Reason-
able offer takes it. EVE SHER-
MAN, LI 4-3653 or VE 8-0077.

WARREN SEELYE

24131 WESTHAMPTON, Oak Park-
3-bedroom brick ranch, Ige. kitch.,
many extras. Close to Shules and
shopping, $16,500. Owner. LI 6-8821.
Open Sunday, 2-5.

.19159 ROBSON

Large 3 bedroom colonial. Cen-
ter entrance, den, first floor lay.,
gas heat, screened terrace, recr.
room. Widow will sell on land
contract.

VE 7-3697

BR 2-2274

NEW HOME

FOR SALE

19755 LESURE
DI 1-6891

MENDOTA - 7 MI. •

3-bed. cust. Col.
Double closets, birch woodwork
Pass hall, grade lay., gas ht.
Modern kitch., dishwasher
Ideal location

$18,500
J. L. VALIQUETT

Grd. River

All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

WRITE TO MR. B. J. SHUMAKER
229 GRATIOT
DETROIT 26, MICHIGAN

UN 3-8283
17175 ROSELAWN

NEAR VASSAR DRIVE

By Owner

20126 LESURE

NOTHING DOWN

$107 month

includes principal.
interest and taxes. 3 bedroom
brick bungalow. Completely car-
peted and draped. Extra large fin-
ished room up. Recreation room
with full bath. Gas heat. Owner.

WILL SACRIFICE

CO.
KE 3-2060

MONTE VISTA - PICKFORD

3-bed. face brk. bung., pan. Rec.
Rm. bar, cent. air cond., carpet-
ing, drapes, 2-car brick gar. with
elec. eye door, sprinklers &
much more. Owner retired. Only
$14,500 for this jewel.

GENTILE REALTY UN 1-4918

STANSBURY - 7 MILE

Complete neat 3-bedroom brick
bungalow, recreation room in
basement, gas heat, garage. $12,-
900. FHA terms. Call today.

MAYFAI R
KE 7-2700

Indicating time available and
qualifications.

CARETAKER WANTED

Man or couple, in small institu-
tion. Middle-aged.. Light duties
keeping place clean. Salary $165
a month plus free rent and utili-
ties. Phone Mrs. Samberg, Dia-
mond 1-5959. Or write to JHS,
10801 Curtis, Detroit 21.

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

Franklin Forest

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

MARK HOWARD & CO.

13819 West 8 Mile Road

DI. 1-5660

ARTHUR N. KING

TO 5-3600

50-BUSINESS CARDS

FURNITURE repairs and refinishing
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.

FOR SALE-
PRODUCING ORCHARD

Leelanau County, Michigan. Out-
standing resort area, 1 mile to
Lake Michigan. 135 acres Apples.
100 acres Cherries, 630 total
acres includes quantity merchan-
tible timber. 160 acres for addi-
tional plantings. Good buildings,
complete operating equipment.
Everything in first class condi-
tion. Operating personnel avail-
able. Offers excellent deprecia-
tion and capital gains possibili-
ties and development potential.
Send for complete information.

Schafer & Company, Brokers

Dept. DN

Ludington, Michigan

18-A-STORES FOR LEASE

1 STORE, commercial building for
lease, 15,000 square feet, gas heat,
parking area. Incinerator, good
location. EL 7-0248.

30 - A - INSTRUCTION

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

Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason
able Free estimates. UN 4-3339
VE 5-7453

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

LARKINS MOVING

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

1. SCH\VARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4826. LI ,5-4035.

TILE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?

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

UN 1-5075

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

CATERING
FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Hors d'oeuvres Dinners, Lunch-
eons. Cocktail Parties, Showers,
etc. No party TOO large or too
small. Choice dates stilt avail-
able. for information call:

548-2730
341-9065
547-3859

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

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

PAINTER needs work, inside and
outside, special price for vacan-
cies. Immediate service. Refer-
ences. All work guaranteed. TO
6-5485.
MATHEMATICS, Chemistry, P h y s-
ics Tutor. High School, College.
All methods. Expert, effective. LI
1-2645-UN 1-9173.

BAR-MITZVAH Instructions. Reason-
able. Dependable. Conscientious.
Joshua Shames. 19318 Roselawn.
UN 2-0372.

31 - TRANSPORTATION

WOMAN driving to Florida end of
November, will take passenger,
share expenses. 341-1338.

A-1 PAPER hanging, painting and wall
washing. Work guaranteed. Imme-
diate service. UN 4-0326.

55 - A - COATS FOR SALE

WANTED from private party, used
toys of good quality for my 6
children. Reasonable. Also ladies
cedar closet or cedar chest. LO
5-6908.

57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

EARLY American sofa, matching
twin chairs. LI 7-4345.

Parents Without

LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

17-F-FARMS FOR SALE

EL 6-7805

CLEANING PLANT

WEST 12 MILE - BERKLEY

OAK PARK, 3 bedroom brick, alum-
inum trim. 1,i1 car garage. Custom
kitchen booth. Tiled full basement.
3' down FHA. LI 5-7744. 23611
Condon.

HANDYMAN

Home Owners - Widows - Prop-
erty Owners. Minor repairs in
plumbing (changing washers,
etc.) Electrical, and lawn main-
tenance. Excellent work. Rea-
sonable prices. References.

55 - MISCELLANEOUS

Well established, must sell.
Only 81,000 down. Ask for Mr.
Katz.

KE 8-4666

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

TURN YOUR old suits - shoes into
cash. TU. 3-1872.

No money down, FHA. Open Sun-
day 1-5. 3 bedroom brick ranch.
2 , car garage, carpeting and
diapes.

GORDON - BEGIN

DRESSMAKING

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

23450 SENECA, OAK PARK

3 bedrooms, 11:1! baths, face brick.

19260

Business Representative. Half-
time. For rehabilitation shelt-
ered workshop. To contact firms
for work contracts. Salaried po-
sition. Must have own car. Age
open.

19372 LAUDER

Attractive custom built ranch
home. Center pass hall, large liv-
ing room, separate dining room.
kitchen tiled to ceiling. Natural
fireplace with wall mirrors. 3 ton
air-conditioner. Gas heat, storm
windows, tiled basement, inciner-
ator. Carpeting drapes, paneled
library, cedar closet. Sprinkling
system. Many other features.
Must see to appreciate.

50-BUSINESS CARDS

40 - EMPLOYMENT

UN 4-3946

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

DAYENU

Parents Without Partners of
the Jewish Center, 18100 Mey-
ers, will hold a Square Dance
8:30 p.m. Nov. 27 for members
and potential members. Refresh-
ments will be served.

OPEN SUNDAY 2-5

RUTH ERFORD

ONLY $600 DOWN

FIRST OFFERING
Near Pickford, attractive 7-room
Colonial, brick, 3 1/2 bedrooms,
carpeting and drapes, marble
fireplace, rec. room. Open for
offer.

LIVONIA

$600 FOR EQUITY
TAKE OVER GI MORTGAGE
ANY AGE-NO QUALIFYING
Brick 3-bedroom ranch, carpet-
ing, garbage disposal. 4 3/4`Yo int.

TO 5-3600
ARTHUR N.

KING

Shrinks Hemorrhoids
Without Surgery

If you need good domestic help

call us.

REEVES
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

Stops Itch-Relieves Pain

LI 4 5138

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For the first time science has found

a new healing substance with the as-

2 REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN OR WOMEN

to handle Northwest, Oak Park
& Southfield Sec. Exclusively.
Check our 80% commission plan.
4 offices.

UN. 4-7600

WANTED man or woman, able to go
to Florida for several months.
Assist gentleman, partially handi-
capped. Simple cooking. Transpor-
tation and monthly salary. UN
2-8146, UN 3-4760.

TEL AVIV, (JTA) - Rabbi
Mordecai Nurock, a world Miz-
rachi leader, member of Israel's
Parliament as a leader of the
National Religious party, died
here at the age of 78. He had
been hospitalized last week with
a heart ailment.
Born in Latvia, he had been a
member of the Latvian Parlia-
ment, and Chief Rabbi of Lat-
via. His entire family was an-
nihilated during the Nazi holo-
caust and, in Israel, he was a
last-ditch opponent of the West
German-Israeli Reparations
Agreement.
He had been a member of the
presidium of the Jewish Com-
munities Council in Czarist
Russia, and a co-founder of the
World Jewish Congress. He was
Israel's first Ministers of Posts.

Israel's Third International
Music and Drama Festival, fea-
turing world-renowned artists,
will begin July 16, 1963.

40 - EMPLOYMENT

MILLER BROS.

Rabbi. Nurock Dies



18485

.. BRICK RANCH-$800 DOWN ..
Builder's home, no expense was
spared, 6-room showplace of
built-ins.

Mag Wilson, 74, a prominent
restaurateur in Detroit, died in
Los Angeles Oct. 31, it was
learned here. Burial was in
Los Angeles.
Some time after 1910 he
opened his first restaurant on
Gratiot Ave. near the old City
Hall. "Wilson's" soon became
and long remained a favorite
gathering place for political
figures of the 20's and 30's.
Later, he moved his restaurant
to Linden Ave. and later to
Dexter Blvd. Mr. Wilson is sur-
vived by three c h i l d r e n:
Charles of Tucson, Ariz., Her-
bert of Chicago and MrS. Ger-
trude Forman of Milwaukee.
Wis.; two brothers, Michael of
Los Angeles and Julius of De-
troit; and a sister, Mrs. Sylvia
Davis, also of Detroit.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Ida
Bronstein acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expression of sympathy Benjamin Muskovitz Dies
extended by relatives and
Funeral services were held
friends during the family's re-
Sunday morning, at Kaufman.
cent bereavement.
Chapel, for Benjamin Musko-
vitz, of 19355 Woodingham, who
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Fannie died Nov. 8 at the age of 57.
Born in Poland, the deceased
Rudin acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind lived in Detroit for 42 years and
expressions of sympathy extend- was widely known here as a
ed by relatives and friends dur- plumbing contractor.
He was a member of Beth
ing the family's recent bereave-
Aaron Synagogue, Mosaic Masonic
ment.
Lodge, Detroit Consistory, Mos-
lem Temple, Pisgah Lodge of
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Rita Bnai Brith, Zionist Organization
Winkler acknowledges with and the Plumbing and Heating
grateful appreciation the many Contractors' Association.
Surviving him are his wife,
kind expressions of symapthy
extended by relatives and Blanche; a son, Seymour; a
friends during the family's re- daughter, Mrs. Theodore H.
Grant; five grandchildren; a sis-
cent bereavement.
ter, Mrs. Sol Stark, and five
brothers, Abe, Joseph, George,
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Sarah Aaron and Irving.
Goldsmith acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many Former Cheboygan Mayor
kind expressions of sympathy Max Levine Dies at 74
extended by relatives and
Max Levine, former Mayor. of
friends during the family's re-
Cheboygan, Mich., died Sunday
cent bereavement.
night at the age of 74. Funeral
services were held in Los An-
geles.
Born in Russia, Mr. Levine
BY HENRY LEONARD
came to the U.S. at the age of
16. He was elected Cheboygan's
Mayor in 1950. He was esp.3cial-
ly interested in youth work and
he donated his $100 yearly sal-
ary as Mayor for youth activi-
ties in his city.

SEEKING RIDE to Los Angeles about
December 1. Will share. GR 4-6581.

HUBBELL

Max Wilson Dies;
Was Restaurateur

"Sam always wanted to be buried
in the soil of Israel."

tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids and to relieve pain - without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most
amazing of all - results were so thor-
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
be a problem!" The secret is a new
healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)- dis-
covery of a world-famous research
institute. This substance is now avail-
able in suppository or ointment form
called Preparation H®. At all drug
-punters,

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