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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-27

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Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- 30

17--HOUSES FOR SALE

13240 ROSEMARY

3-bedroom ranch. Excellent con-
dition. Beautiful finished rec.
room with bar. 1V2-car garage.
Near schools and shopping. Very
reasonable.

BY OWNER

OAK PARK

Well kept brick ranch home.
3 bedrooms, spacious dining "L"
and kitchen. Screened porch.
Gas heat. Near Northland and
schools. Beautifully carpeted.
Corner location. Open Sun. 2.5
p.m.

22000 AVON

LI 5-1621

HARTWELL 19929

Lots of value in this face brick
2-bedrm. with vestibule, firepl.,
expans. attic, rec. rm., forced
air, gas ht., carpets, alum. storms,
gar. 52' lot. A bargain at new
low price of $11,900. KE 3-1600.

J. L. MOONEY CO.

OAK PARK RANCH

3 bedrooms, full basement. Brick.
Gas heat. Paneled recr. room
with built-ins. Carpeting and
drapes. Custom light fixtures.
Garage. Walk to synagogue or
park. Beautiful 50x140 ft. lot.

24261 GARDNER

ONLY $16,200
OWNER-LI 8-9373

30-A-INSTRUCTION

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

8760 WEST McNICHOLS

UN 2-6047

BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yid-
dish, English, experienced teacher.
934-1793.

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

HEBREW LESSONS. Beginners and
advanced. Mr. I. Hochberg. LI
2-8093.

A-1 PAINTING. paperhanging, in-
terior, exterior. Immediate serv-
ice. Guaranteed. Reasonable. UN
4-0326.

MATHEMATICS TUTORING. High
school teacher. BS, MS Degrees.
14 years experience. Illinois-SMSG
programs. 356-6937.

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

CERTIFIED teacher. Tutor elemen-
tary English and Math. My home
or yours. DI. 1-0308.

LARKINS MOVING

Ba r-Mitzvah Advice

AND DELIVERY CO.

PARENTS, ATTENTION PLEASE!

Licensed Movers
Professionals

^

Do not wait with your Bar-
Mitzvah instructions until your
boy is twelve years or older. If
he did not learn anything at the
age of eleven, do not wait any
longer.

3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

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

CALL JOSHUA SHAMES

19318 ROSELAWN
UN 2-0372

DRESSMAKING

All Kinds of Alterations

Call for Appointments

UN 3-8283
17175 ROSELAWN

31 - TRANSPORTATION

10400 Oak Pk. Blvd.

$16,900 - low dn.

Clean 3 bed. brick ranch, situated
on cor. lot, gas ht., gar., 4 blks.
from grade school. Ann Baranska.

la 8-2000

For Sale or Lease

3 bedroom ranch in OAK PARK.
Finished basement. Near syna-
gogue and shopping. Call Sunday
thru Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
except Holidays.

DI. 1-0708

NICE CLEAN room. Close trans
portation. Gentleman preferred.
UN 1-7987.

ROBSON - 7 MILE

3 bedrooms. 45-ft. lot. Fin-
ished basement. Double ga-
rage.

GOING to Los Angeles about Oct. 1st.
2 to share and drive. UN. 4-5063,
10 to 12.

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?

LADY to care for semi-invalid.
Jewish cooking. Light housekeep-
ing. Day and nights. KE 3-2137.

Charming 3 bedroom ranch style.
Living room, dining L. Large kit-
chen. Excellent condition. Newly
decorated. Open Sunday 2-5.

BR. 3-0594

COMPANION for widow. Live in.
Small wages. Light housework and
cooking. Northwest Detroit. 962-
3154.

WANTED: RETAIL SALESMEN

17-A--LOTS FOR SALE

19-E-BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

NORTHWEST SECTION
$10,000 dn.

buys 1 large corner bldg. 5 stores,
15 offices. Stores have long
leases. Bldg. in excel'. cond. net-
ting 50%. Mr. Borsen.

LI 8-1900

UN 1-5075
UN 1-4950

55-MISCELLANEOUS

TURN YOUR old suits - shoes into
cash. DI 2-3717.

Start The New Year Off
With a Better Job !

(Furniture, Clothing, Jewelry.
vacuums, etc.)
Old reliable company nr.

OAK PARK

KE. 8-4050

CALL MR. KEMPNER

UN. 1-2858

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

SOUTHFIELD. Washington Heights.
Excellent lot. Well located.
111x130. EL 7-1604.

New and Repair Special

U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

WOMAN wanted on call basis for
baby-sitting while Mother substi-
tute teaches. Will pick up. 10 Mile-
Coolidge area. LI. 8-4929.

Broker needs experienced real
estate man or woman. Good
commission set up. Buy all you
want. No expenses or paper work.

.

TILE

40 - EMPLOYMENT

VE 8-8128

PENN REALTY

BY JOB OR HOUR
FREE ESTIMATES
LOCAL - STATE OF MICH. -
AND LONG DISTANCE

HEBREW tea c h e r. Experienced.
Adults and children. Private or
groups. 342-5489.

Oak Park

18451 HUBBELL

CUSTOM MOVERS

A-1 BOOKKEEPING and Tax Service.
Efficient and reasonable. Books
picked up and delivered. 11735
Hamilton. TO. 8-3011.

REMEDIAL Reading Specialist. In-
dividualized instruction. By • ap-
pointment. KE 7-9115.

LI 6-5821

Alger F. Quast

50-BUSINESS CARDS

28-A-BOOKKEEPING &
TAX SERVICE

OAK PARK

MAID wishes day work or week
work. Home nights. References.
897-1382.

57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD

GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

BRAND NEW antique white sofa.
Beautifully hand tufted in Sage
Green Brocatelle fabric. Private
owner. GR. 4-1780.

57-B-WANTED TO BUY

PIANOS

UPRIGHT or Spinet piano wanted.
Good condition. LI. 8-4929.

Yiddish Author
Gaynor Dies
from Beating

.

NEW YORK, (JTA)-Moishe
Gaynor, a 77-year-old author of
books and articles in Yiddish
HOTEL - BOAT RESORT
and Hebrew, died Sept. 24 in a
There is Only One. This Is It.
hospital after he was attacked
It's the most beautiful, most pro-
fitable and the most reputable.
by a muscular six-foot subway
with the finest clientele. 35
rider who was jailed by police
guest rms., liquor lie., swimming
pool, docks for 80 boats, paved
on a charge of homicide.
parking. Very good return.
The victim, who wrote under
EDW. C. LUTZ
VE 7-7220 the pea-name M. Chochom, had
tried to stop a quarrel between
Jerry Watts and another subway
rider. Watts, a laborer, who had
WITH BEER & WINE
Gd. River-Canfield sec. 4 stores,
been quarreling with the other
4 flats, incl. Market doing $1200
passenger, turned on Gaynor
weekly business. Same owner for
over 35 years. $4500 worth of
and beat him with his fists. As
stock, full price only $35,000.
Gaynor was describing the at-
M. BORSEN.
tack, to the police, he complain-
PENN REALTY
LI 8-1900
ed of feeling sick and was rush-
ed to a hospital where he died.

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

SUPER MARKET

Former U. of M. Students in Many
Cities Mourn Mrs. Zwerdling's Death

Former University of Mich-
igan students in many cities
throughout the land are mourn-
ing the passing on Sept. 19 of
Mrs. Hannah Zwerdling of 1056
Baldwin, Ann Arbor. Born in
England, Nov. 6, 1882, she would
have been 81 in six weeks.
Together with her husband,
Osias, the distinguished Ann
Arbor leader, Mrs. Zwerdling
had created a
hospitable
atmosphere
for many Jew-
ish students.
Those who
sought advice,
many who
wanted kosher
meals, the
observant who
Mrs. Zwerdling wished to
mark the festivals properly,
were assisted by the Zwerd-
lings, and Mrs. .Zwerdling
always was the proper hostess
whose home was open to young
Jews from many American
cities and from other lands.
Mrs. Zwerdling was active in
Beth Israel Sisterhood and
Hadassah of Ann Arbor and
shared her husband's many -
interests in Hillel Foundation,
the Jewish National Fund, the
Zionist movement, Israel Bond
Organization, Bnai Brith, cam-
pus affairs, civic causes and
the national organizations with
which they were affiliated.
She accompanied her husband
to many important conventions.
On their 50th wedding anni-
versary, on Jan. 5, 1958, the
Zwerdlings were given com-
munity-wide honors in Ann
Arbor.
Mrs. Zwerdling was the
former Hannah Kaufman of
Manchester, England. The

Isadore Singer Dies

Isadore Singer, a retired baker
who was well known in many
local fraternal circles, died sud-
denly at his home, 18610 Santa
Rosa, Sept. 18, on the eve of
Rosh Hashanah.
Funeral services were held at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel on Sun-
day morning.
Mr. Singer was active in Con-
gregation Beth Abraham, was a
regular attendant at its services
and participated in the daily
Mishnaic studies at the syna-
gogue.
Surviving him are his wife,
Sabina; sons, Simon and Ernest;
' daughters; Mrs. Louis Greenberg,
Mrs. Herbert Hordes of Herzliah,
Israel, and Kay Singer; a brother,
Max; sisters, Mrs. Sam Winograd
of Windsor, Mrs. Sidney Erdman
and Mrs. Harry Lutner, both of
1 New York, and 11 grandchildren.

De Roy Kuttnauer Dies

De Roy L. Kuttnauer, presi-
dent of the hospital equipment
and garment manufacturing firm
bearing his name, died Sept. 17.
WYOMING-THATCHER
He was 62.
Low Dn. Paymt.
Mr. Kuttnauer, 25241 Rue Ver-
7 offices and Conference
sailles, Oak Park, was a mem-
Rm. blt. on 40)(100' lot, 3
ber of Temple Beth El. Surviv-
offices and Reception Rm.
ing are his wife, Sylvia; sons,
50-BUSINESS
CARDS
carpeted. Main office panel-
Calvin and Robert; daughter,.
ed. Air conditioning. Make
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
It's easy to be popular-find Mrs. Samuel Faber; brother,
offer. M. BORSEN.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable. out the other fellow's view- Melvin J., and seven grandchil-
-
Free estimates. UN 4-3339, VE
PENN REALTY
LI 8-1900
5_7453 .
point and adopt it as your own. dren.

19-G-OFFICE BLDG. FOR SALE

.

.........................................................


Zwerdlings were married in
Manchester on Dec. 25, 1907.

Funeral services for Mrs.
Zwerdling, held last Sunday at
the Zwerdling-Cohen Chapel of
Beth Israel Congregation in
Ann Arbor, were arranged by
Kaufman Chapel of Detroit. Rab-
bi Harold S. White officiated.
Burial was in the new Beth
Israel Memorial. Garden of Ar-
borcrest Cemetery.

Surviving M r s. Zwelding
besides her husband are three
sons, Morris, of Detroit, hearing
referee, Michigan Workmen's
Compensation Commission; Ab-
raham L., a Detroit attorney,
and Joseph, of Silver Springs,
Md., an examiner with the Fed-
eral Power Commission in Wash-
ington; two sisters, Mrs. Harry
Kaufman and Mrs. Esther
Halman, and six grandchildren.

Eli Almi, Noted
Jewish Author,
Commits Suicide

NEW YORK, (JTA) - Eli
Almi, a prominent Jewish writer,
committed suicide Sept. 24. He
had been director of the Yid-
dish-Hebrew department of the
United Jewish Appeal from its
inception until his retirement
several years ago.
Born in Warsaw in 1892, he
came to the United States as a
youth and entered Jewish jour-
nalism as a columnist for the
Jewish Daily News in 1913. He
was a member of the American
Philosophical Society, the Yid-
dish PEN Club, the I. L. Peretz
Writers Club and the Spinoza
Institute of America. He was
the author of 18 volumes of
essays as well as five volumes
of poetry and three collections
of short stories as well as many
pamphlets.

Testify Gestapo
Chief Bribed Jews
• Concentration Camp
In

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

HANNOVER-David Gertler,
a former Jewish official in the
Nazi occupied Lodz Ghetto, tes-
tified Tuesday in the Bradfisch-
Fuchs murder trial here that
former Gestapo Commisar Guen-
ther Fuchs freed Jewish inmates
in return for money, clothing
and food bribes.
Fuchs, 52, is on trial. with
Otto Bradfisch, 70, on charges
of complicity in the wartime
murders of some 86,000 Jews.
Bradfisch was brought to Han-
nover for trial from . prison,
where he is currently serving a
10-year term for complicity in
the murder of 15,000 Jews when
he commanded an extermination
squad in occupied Russia:

Founder of Einstein
College, Abrams, Dies

CLEVELAND (JTA) -Morris
Abrams, industrialist and phi-
lanthropist, died of a heart at-
tack Sept. 17 at his home at the
age of 50. He was a founder of
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine in New York City and
of the Technion Institute in
Haifa.

G'MAR HASIMA TOVA .

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• You and Your Organization
Can Be of Great Help

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