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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, August 2, 1963 — L2

50-BUSINESS CARDS

19-F-VACANT BUSINESS
PROPERTY FOR SALE

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

N.W. DETROIT

NEW RANCHES

Commercial

2, 3 or 4 bedrooms. Den, 2 full
baths. On Whitcomb, Carol and
Prest Streets near Pemboke.
Model, 20049 Prest near Pembroke

6-rm. house all on 1 flr., with
full basement, gas ht., excel!.
location & good parking. Ideal
for doctor, accountant, lawyer,
beauty shop, barber, antique shop,
etc. Good business location on
Oak Park main thoroughfare.

LIPSHAW BLDG. CO.

UN 4-8891; Eves., VE 8-3180

OAK PARK

Extra large face brick ranch. 3
bedrooms, den, 2 full baths. At-
tached garage, tiled basement.
Air-conditioner, carpeting, drapes.
Gas heat. Landscaped, fenced.
Best School. Immediate occu-
pancy. $22,000.

LI 6-1667

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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

$11,500, land contract.

Sprinkler Systems Installed and
Repaired. Reasonable rates. All
work guaranteed. References.

CHAMBERLAIN
LI 8-1500

NOTTINGHAM SPRINKLERS
527.5044

30-A-INSTRUCTION

HEBREW tutoring. Beginners and
advanced. LI 8-8914 after 4 or all
day Sunday. No Sabbath calls.

REMEDIAL Reading Specialist. In-
AFTER 7 P.M.
dividualized instruction. By ap-
pointment. KE 7-9115.
STRATHMOOR-Pembrook area. 3
bedroom ranch. Gas heat. Over EXPERIENCED Hebrew tutor avail-
sized garage. Carpets, drapes, 11/2
able for Sunday School classes.
baths. Open to offers by owner.
LI. 8-8914. No Sabbath calls.
DI. 1-3562.

5-ROOM home for sale or sub-lease.
Adults only. 19204 Greenlawn. 862-
4557.

SOUTH FIELD
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

Custom 82-ft. long ranch, 34
acre lot, 2,100 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms,
2% baths, 2 fireplaces, 26x13
farm kitchen with built-ins, 22x
14 family room. All Thermo-
pane windows. Full basement.
Attached garage.

' 356-3501

18967 BURT

NR. 7 MILE

Brick ranch. 3 bedrooms, 1%
baths, 2-car garage, gas heat,
basement. Fireplace. Over 1,200
sq. ft.

OWNER

MATHEMATICS Chemistry, P h y s-
ics Tutor High School, College.
All methods. Expert, effective. LI
1-2645-UN 1-9173. '

31-TRANSPORTATION

MAY CONSIDER RENTING

-

KENTUCKY, N. 6 MI.

5 & 5 FACE BRICK

Alum. trim, gas ht., break. rm.
$600 down. F.H.A. A rare buy in
this lovely area

UN 1-4918

GENTILE REALTY

HUBBEL, 16660 by App't.

Just a Short Walk to 6 Mile.
All brick colonial built 1952. 134
baths, pass hall, full dining rm.,
carpeting, screened terr., patio,
fenced, auto. lawn sprinkler.

VE 7-7220

EDW. C. LUTZ

Owner transferred, must sacrifice
for $32,000. 4 bedroom ranch,
beautifully carpeted throughout,
drapes, 2% baths, 16x20 enc.
patio, Rec. Rm. with bar. Furni-
ture available.

24650 LATHRUP

OPEN SUN 2-5

Cor. of Geo. Washington. 2-bed.
Den, 25' liv. rm., firepl., spac.
hitch., snack bar, patio, heated
gar. Beaut. lot. Only $18,500.

OAK PARK-13031 Albany

9 Mile-Schaefer. 3 bedroom brk.
Newly decorated, 1g. kitch., break.
nook, carport. $10,900. Vacant.

EL 6-1700

Nelson Realty

OAK PARK

Big Value! Brick 3 bedrm., 134
baths, basement, auto. ht . extras.
Only

$800 DN.

OWNER'S SACRIFICE.

PENN REALTY LI 8-1900

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

cash. DI 2-3717.

Retail Salesmen

_

$200 Per Week

(Experienced in Furniture -
Clothing • Jewelry - Vacuums
etc.)

$200 a week paid even while
training, if you qualify.

Make up to $2,000 per month
and more !

Qualified Leads - No
canvassing

Reliable Company near
Oak Park

Apply for job in person only

SUNDAY 10-6

NORTHLAND INN
At Northland Shopping
Center

HOUSEKEEPER wanted for 2 gen-
tlemen. No laundry. Kosher. Good
pay. 17176 Warrington Drive. DI.
2-4432. Mr. Tickton.

EXECUTIVE

TYPE

SECRETARY

WE 1-0203

SALESWOMAN for drapery shop.
Good pay. KE 7-2110.

COMPANION
Jewish speaking woman over 50
for able elderly lady. No nurs-
ing care or cleaning. Salary, own
room in 4 room apartment and
all meals. Northwest section.
Call Fri., Sun., or Mon.
WO 3-6800
EXT. 1401

EXPERIENCED salesman and man-
ager for men's clothing and shoes.
Good opportunity. LO. 3-0090.

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

TILE

MARK HOWARD AND CO.

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

7 MILE ROAD
LIVONIA

Building 20x50 with 4500 sg. ft.
Parking area. Adjoining room for
expansion. Also small store 20x
30, last used as Donut Shop and
Grill.

INQUIRE: MINUTE MART
27845 W. 7 MILE
'LIVONIA



7-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

ORMICA and chrome table plus two
chairs. Good shape. $12. UN 3-1103.

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?

18-STORE RENTALS

CALL MR. LEIDER

: 5-MISCELLANEOUS

Northwestern at 13 Mile Road.
Large wooded lot in exclusive
-
area. '

13819 West 8 Mile Road
DI 1-5660

Beat the heat with an attic fan.
Many satisfied customers.

9 URN YOUR old suits - shoes into

50-BUSINESS CARDS

$6,750

UN 3-8283
17175 ROSELAWN

LI. 7-5639. KE. 8-1047.

Write Box 589
The Jewish News
17100 W. 7 Mile
Detroit 35, Mich.

experience. Available for
DESIRABLE Southfield lot. 150x150, NURSING
any shift. References. TY. 8-7373.
on S.E. corner Mulberry and 10
Mile. 3 blocks West of Lahser.
Reasonable. M. Ratner. TW 2-5550.

FRANKLIN FOREST

.

,. AINTING, decorating. Inside, out-
r side. Free estimates. Reasonable.

EXPERIENCED saleslady for
lamp and gift shop. Full or part-
time. Must qualify.

Southfield

Sherwood Village

DRESSMAKING

All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

AT LI 6-3408

40-EMPLOYMENT

ARDMORE, 19324

2 bedrooms, large kitchen, dining
el. Close to synagogue, stores and
transportation. Open Sunday 2-5.
UN 2-0913.

James Russell. One day service
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.

ATTIC FANS

COLLEGE STUDENT driving to Cali-
fornia. Take one or two others.
LI 2-2334, after 7 p.m.

COMPANION for elderly woman.
Kosher kitchen, light household
duties. Room, board and wages.
• UN. 4-1847. UN. .1-8714.

ICE 2-3199

Li OR BETTER wall washing, call

UN 1-5075

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4826. LI 5-4035.
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable.
Free estimates. UN 4-3339, VE
5-7453.
A-1 PAINTING. paperhanging, in-
terior, exterior. Immediate serv-
ice. Guaranteed. Reasonable. UN
4-0326.

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

lectronic Stimulator
eveloped by Dr. Levy

A simple, do-it-yourself elec-
t ronic stimulator kit, designed
1 y a Boston University scien-
b
t ist, will soon be available to
] igh schools and small colleges
h
t hroughout the --United States.
, T he stimulator is the first of
s everal pieces of scientific
1 e quipment which will be de-
signed as do-it-yourself kits.
They are being originated by
Dr. Charles K. Levy of Fram-
ingham Center, Mass., associate
professor of biology in the uni-
versity's College of Liberal
Arts, who received a $9,000
grant from the National Sci-
ence Foundation to carry out
the project. John Degelman of
ittleton, Mass., instrument de-
signer for the university's
Graduate School, is co-research-
er of the project.
According to. Levy, the in-
struments will be specifically
designed for teaching physiol-
ogy. "Electronic equipment
used by researchers today is
usually very expensive and too
complicated for use by most
schools," he said. "We don't
need quite so high a quality of
equipment at the high school
and college levels as is needed
by the research scientist."
To date Levy and Degelman
have designed a master unit
which can power 26 pieces of
equipment.

Airman. Milton Zafron
Dies in The Netherlands

Jewish Groups Laud
Kennedy's Proposals
on Immigration Law

LARKINS MOVING

Milton Zafron, 22510 Gard-
ner, Oak Park, died July 24
from injuries suffered in an
accident while stationed with
the U. S. Air Force in The
Netherlands. He was 22.
An airman second class,
Zafron was. a graduate of Oak
Park High School and attended
Wayne State University for two
years. He had been in the Air
Force since 1960, serving as an
electronics technician.
Survivors include his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zafron; sis-
ter, Sandra Lee; and grand-
parents, Mrs. Ida Brenner and
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ravitz.
Services will be held 3:30
p.m. today at the Kaufman
Chapel.

NEW YORK (JTA) - Major
Jewish organizations issued a
joint statement commending
President Kennedy's immigra-
tion law proposals and calling
upon the Congress to pass
them. The statement reads:
"President Kennedy's pro-
posal for gradual abolition of
the national origins quota sys-
tem is a major step toward
the rectification of the dis-
crepancy between our immi-
gration code and the true in-
terests of our nation and the
democratic values upon which
our national life is based.
Enactment of the President's
proposal would manifest to the
world our commitment to in-
dividual dignity, equality of op-
portunity and human brother-
hood; within our own borders,
it would contribute to the cam-
paign for elimination of racism
from American life.
"The need for the reforms
recommended by the President
has been voluminously estab-
lished by testimony and other
data gathered over the years.
We urge the Senate and House
Committees on Judiciary to
report bills incorporating the
recommendations out without
delay, so that they may be
passed in the present Con-
gress."
organizations signing
The
the statement were American
Jewish Committee, American
Jewish Congress, Anti-Defama-
tion League of. Bnai Brith, Jew-
ish Labor Committee, Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
National Community Relations
Advisory C o u n c i 1, National
Council of Jewish Women,
Union of American Hebrew
Congregation, Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of
America, United Hias Service
a n d United Synagogue of
America.

Neo-Nazi Quarters
Raided in Germany

BONN (JTA)-Three persons
suspected of forming a link be-
tween neo-Nazi organizations in
West Germany and the so-called
World Union of National So-
cialists have been arrested in
this country, according to the
federal prosecutor at Karlsruhe.
The names of the suspects were
not made public.
A raid on the headquarters
of •the group, the prosecutor
said, disclosed literature show-
ing the link between the neo-
Nazis here and the world or-
ganization. Among the • items
were 100 reprints of a 1934 is-
sue of "Der Sturmer," the no-
torious anti-Semitic publication
issued under the Nazi regime,
devoted to an "expose" of al-
leged Jewish practice of ritual
murder. The reprints were said
to have been produced in the.
United States for distribution in
West GerrnallY..

N.Y. Philanthropist
Charles Gutwirth Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA)-Charles
Gutwirth, prominent Jewish
philanthropist a n d diamond
merchant, died here July 25
at- the age of 71. Born in
Antwerp, Belgium, Gutwirth
came to the United States in
1939. He was a vice-president
of Ampal and of the Israel De-
velopment Corporation, one of
the founders of the Albert Ein-
stein College of Medicine of
Yeshiva University, an active
supporter of the United Jewish
Appeal, the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, the Weizmann
Institute of Science, in Rehovot,
and the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of Greater New
York.

Selma Arden Dies

Selma E. Arden, 17555 Wilde-
mere, died July 31. She was a
member of Temple Beth El and
its sisterhood, the Council of
Jewish Women, ORT, Women's
City Club, Hadassah, Women's
Division of Brandeis University
and was an active Red Cross
volunteer during World War II.
Surviving Mrs. Arden are her
husband, Manuel E., a promi-
nent real estate developer;
daughter, Mrs. Harold A. (El-
lin) Lawson; brothers, Irwin
Hamburger, Burt Homburger of
Bay City and Abner Homburger
of Buffalo; and two grandsons.
Services are scheduled for 1
p.m. today at Temple Beth El.

440 Students Take
Hebrew Courses at
Wisconsin University

MADISON, Wis., (JTA) -
The University of Wisconsin's
department of Hebrew and
Semitic studies has an enroll-
ment of 140 students taking
courses on the campus, and
more than 300 students taking
the courses by correspondence,
a report of the department dis-
closed here.
The courses, both on campus
and by correspondence, are
conducted by Prof. Manfred
Mansoor, who taught Hebrew
to adults and university stu-
dents in London, Dublin and
Baltimore, before joining the
faculty of the University of
Wisconsin. The correspondence
courses lead students from the
alphabet to advanced Hebrew.

Ex-Nazi Appointed
Director of Austrian
Automobile Factory

VIENNA, (JTA) - A former
Nazi SS office r, Dr. Franz
Allitsch, has been named man-
aging director of Austria's
largest automobile manufactur-
ing plant, Autocar Fabrication
Simmering Graz Paukerwerke.
The appointment was protested
by the plant's employes.

Anglo-Jewish Body's
President Carvalho
Resigns Unexpectedly

Mexico to Send Trade
Delegation to Israel

LONDON, (JTA)-R. N. Car-
valho, since 1954 president of
the Anglo-Jewish Association,
resigned effective Oct. 1. The
unexpected resignation will be
filled by the AJA Council when
it meets in early fall. Carvalho
said his resignation was due to
"personal reasons."

MEXICO CITY (JTA)-Mexi-
co will soon send a trade mis-
sion to Israel, reciprocating a
visit made here by an Israeli
trade mission. The five-man
Israeli mission, under the chair-
manship of Schmuel Kimche,
was well received in this coun-
try by officials of the Ministries
of Trade, Industry and Finance.

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Grossinger's Pro Diving Tilt

GROSSINGER, N.Y. - Joa-
quin Capilla of Mexico City,
Olympic and Pan - American
high-diving gold medal winner,
will be one of the competitors
in the 1963 world professional
high-diving championship Aug.
16 and 17 at Grossinger Coun-
try Club.
The title tilt, slated to be
held at the resort's official out-
door Olympic pool, will include
diving events from 10- and
16 1/2-foot springboards and a
3-foot tower with a trampoline
on it, There will be both trick
And; form diving. .

Stops Itch-Relieves Pain

For the first time science has found

a new healing substance with .the as-

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tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids and to relieve pain - without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
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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 He. At all &till
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