Custom-Built by Sylvan & Schecter,
Southfield Homes Ready for Occupants
Teachers required for Religious
School. 5 hours per w e e k.
Reply; Box 636, The Jewish
News, 17100 W. 7 Mile, De-
troit, Mich. 48235.
Sunday Club leader in secular
Jewish education program. To lead
children ages 5-18. For informa-
Pictured: Model Home at 17558 Jeannette, Southfield Village
CAPABLE woman to take care of elder-
A home with a custom-built look, Sylvan & Schecter ads in today's ly couple. Live-in, own room. No Shab-
but without the headaches that ' issue, are now being offered for bos calls. UN 4-4218.
normally accompany the building sale and immediate occupancy. ELECTRICIAN, Journeyman. 40 hours.
of such a home, is being built by Many of the ranch* and colonial Phone 863-6424.
homes offer the following features:
Sylvan & Schecter Building Co.
plaster, copper plumbing, 45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Principals of the firm, Sol Sylvan we
and Larry Schecter, have had near-. G.E. dishwasher, built-in ranges
and grocery store for sale. Best
ly 25 years' experience building and double ovens. garbage dis- MEAT
offer buys. 6367 14th Street. TY 4-3275.
custom homes in the Southfield, posals. paneled family rooms with
Oak Park and Birmingham-Bloom: parquet floors and natural fire- 50--BUSINESS CARDS
places, 21/2 tile baths, marble
Schecter and Sylvan have begun window sills, slate and marble
on an unusual building theme, and foyers, insulated glass windows,
AND DELIVERY CO.
are diverting from the normal pickled woodwork, split rock brick,
"model home" and duplication plan. attic fans with automatic timers,
They are building several "For storms and screens, cement patios,
Sale" homes—homes that are com-
plete and ready for immediate oc- garages, and circular driveways.
The two ranch homes in Sher-
The result is that custom-home wood Village are priced at $36,900
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
seekers can pick and choose from
a great variety of homes, decide in Southfield Gardens will be sold
By Hour or Flat Rate
on the one they like best, and move at $26,900 to $31,900. Syvan and
Local and Long Distance Packing,
storage, pianos. appliances, house-
in immediately—in plenty of time Schecter offer the lowest-priced
to be settled for the fall school prestige residences in the Sher-
8700 West McNichols Rd.
wood Village community from
semester. Many construction sav-
$32,900. Fifty lots are available
ings are accomplished through this in the two communities and Sylvan
plan and the savings are passed on and Schecter will build from their A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior,
wallwashing. Immediate service. Guar-
to the home buyer.
Reasonable. OR 6-1066, UN
plans or those of the customers. anteed.
4-0326 after 5 p.m.
Located in "Sherwood Village,"
All Sylvan & Schecter "For
just east of Southfield Rd. and
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Sale" homes are open . for inspec- Russell.
One day service. TO 6-4005.
north of Ten Mile, and in "South-
tion 1-8 p.m. every day except 526 Belmont.
field Gardens" just west of Tuesday. For information, call
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
Southfield, are several already
357-2500 or 356-1247.
work, no job too big or small. BR
completed "For Sale" homes that
3-4826, LI 5-4035.
range from $26,900 to $46,900.
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
Ultimately, the custom - home
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable.
Free estimates. UN 4-3339, VE 5-7453.
seeker will be able to choose
from colonials in both contein-
WALL TO WALL
porary and traditional .eleva-
Beautiful Ravine type lot, 140x300,
one of few choice lots available in
this desirable area. A steal at
We also clean upholstered furni-
Seven homes, described in two
$5,900. Ask for Mr. Sparage.
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
By Owner. Attractive well kept
3 bedroom brick ranch. Basement,
2 car garage, covered patio. Close
to synagogues, schools, park and
OPEN SUN. 1-5
HUBBELL - PEMBROKE
3 bedroom ranch, paneled recr. rm.,
enclosed terrace, gas a.c. heat,
garage. 2 blocks to Vandenburg
school and synagogue. UN 3-6260.
BURTON M. SEIDON
MT. VERNON PLACE, Sub-Division,
City of Southfield. 3-83)(109 ft. lots for
sale. By .Owner. DI 2-3323 or VE 8-5836.
22—REAL ESTATE WANTED
Mr. and Mrs. Renter
May we bring to your attention a
cliche "Whether you rent or
whether you buy, you pay for the
home you occupy." If you pay for
the home you occupy, why not own
it, otherwise you are buying it
for the landlord.
Top Prices Paid
HAMPTON SCHOOL AREA
For homes, flats, vacant land,
business property, apartments, land
40 Years in Business
Beautiful 4 bedroom home. 2 Ve
baths, large family room, base-
board heat, modern kitchen, attic
fan, sprinkling system. Ready for
occupancy. 1 8 6 6 5 IVIUIRLAND.
OPEN 2-5 SAT. & SUN. OR UN.
3-2779 FOR APP'T.
"GET RICH QUICK"
12545 LINWOOD TU 3-4000
26-A—LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT
BRIGHTON area. 3 bedroom cottage.
Furnished. All conveniences, club house,
sandy beach. Rent with option to buy.
UN 3-2077. UN 4-2090.
To settle estate. Will carry mort-
gage. Custom built ranch. 6 rooms,
132 baths, rear paneled den, en-
closed porch. Garage. Automatic
sprinkling system. Fenestra win-
dows, marble sills. Carpeting and
drapes. Will accept offers.
REMEDIAL Reading Specialist. Indi-
vidualized instruction. By appointment.
MODERN ranch. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
family room, 2 way fireplace, finished
basement. 2 car attached garage. Lot
150 ft. front. Owner. MA 6-6269.
OAK PARK. 23545 Parklawn. 3 bedrooms,
marble patio. Reasonable. Open Sun. 2-5.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 17, 1964
ture. All work guaranteed. 42 years
experience. 35 yards of carpeting,
Call after 4 p.m.
LAWN SPRINKLER SERVICE
FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN 4-3547.
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.
LEVI MOVING COMPANY
Courteous and efficient service.
J. LEVI, OWNER
DETROIT 35, MICH.
PAINTING, carpentry. Interior, exterior.
Clean work. Free estimates. Powell and
HOUSE PAINTING. Best paint. Call 6
p.m. to 10 p.m. LI 5-7539.
A-1 wall washing. 1 day service. Rea-
sonable. UN 1-6799.
Traditional Synagogue seeks
Cantor for High Holidays.
Reply; Box 636, The Jewish
News, 17100 W. 7 Mile, De-
troit, Mich. 48235.
TURN YOUR OLD suits, shoes into
cash. DI 2-3717.
57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
VICTORIAN 3-piece matching living
, room set. WE 4-4496.
Farband Plans Memorial Services
for Late Zionist Leader Louis Segal
Memorial services for the late
Louis Segal, general secretary of
Farband in America and Canada,
will take place 8:45 p.m. Thurs-
day, at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute, it was announced by Harry
Schumer, Farband City Commit-1
Rabbi Milton Arm of Congrega-
tion Ahavas Achim; Cantor Reu-
ven Frankel, Shaarey Zedek; David
Sislin, chairman of Farband Dis-
trict 6; and Movsas Goldoftas, Hay-
im Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish
Shule, will participate.
From Area Dies
in Plane Crash
Dr. Robert Levin. a young phy-
sician from Detroit, was killed in
the crash of a United Airlines jet
near Newport, Tenn., last week.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham J. Levin, 7420 Franklin,
Franklin, he was one of four blood
specialists aboard the plane when
it carried 39 persons to their
deaths in the Great Smoky Moun-
tains. The four were on their way
to a conference of specialists at
Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Dr. Levin, 30, married and the
father of two, was to report at
the conference on his research
into blood platelets, minute
A colleague at the Institutes of
Health at Bethesda, Md., from
which Dr. Levin was on leave to
conduct his research at Yale Uni-
versity, called the young physician
"an unbelievingly promising young
man." The associate, Dr. Emil
Freireich, said he would deliver
the paper in Dr. Levin's behalf.
He called the death "a terrible
loss" to medical research and the
fight on cancer.
A graduate of Bloomfield Hills
High School, the University of
Wisconsin and the University of
Michigan Medical School. Dr. Le-
vin joined the Institutes of Health
staff in 1961.
His latest discovery, according
to his father, a retired attorney,
was an improved method of ex-
tracting blood platelets from whole
blood for the treatment of exces-
Rabbi Judah L. Levin, dean of
the Orthodox rabbis in Detroit for
25 years until his death in 1926,
was the grandfather of Dr. Levin.
Survivors also include three
brothers, Judson of Oak Park,
Franklin of Franklin and Jeremy
of New York; and a sister, Mrs.
Harold Edelstein of New Roch-
Dr. Bunim Dies; Expert
on Rheumatic Diseases
NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Joseph
J. Bunin, cinical director of the
National Institute of Arthritis and
Metabolic Diseases in Bethesda,
died of a heart attack at the Insti-
tute July 8 at age 58.
Dr. Bunim was noted for his
contributions in the field of
rheumatic diseases. He was a
pioneer in the use of penicillin
in treating rheumatic fever. He
had also been active in early
test work on new anti-arthritic
drugs introduced in 1954.
A 1918 graduate of the Rabbi
Joseph Jacob School in New York,
he received his MD at New York
University Medical School.
He served as associate profes-
sor of medicine and chief of the
arthritic clinic at the NYU school
and as associate professor of med-
icine at John Hopkins University.
A former president of the Am-
erican Rheumatism Association, he
was a fellow of the American Col-
lege of Physicians and a member
of various other medical societies.
He was born in Russia, and
brought to the United States at
the age of four.
Abram Haitowitsch Dies
NEW YOR.K (JTA) — Abram
Haitowitsch, a blind, Russian-born,
Jewish violinist, renowned for his
concerts here in the 1920s and
'30s, died at the age of 70.
Born in Russia, he went blind at
the age of 3, when a fall paralyzed
his optic nerve. But with the aid of
his brother, he transcribed into
Braille all the violin music he
wanted to master.
The violinist played before mem-
bers of the Russian royal family,
Engineer Henry Bernstein before World War I. During the
war, he and his brother left Russia,
Dies; Taught at Center
for New York, and later toured the . .
Henry Bernstein, mechanical en- major cities of Europe and the'
gineer for Pioneer Engineering United States.
and Manufacturing, died Wednes-
day. An engineer for 20 years, Mr.
Bernstein was a former art teach-
er at the Jewish Center. He was 22.
A native Detroiter, Mr. Bern-
stein, 19324 Littlefield, was a mem-
Stops Itch—Relieves Pain
ber of Beth Aaron Synagogue and
For the first time science has found
the National Association of Mural
a new healing substance with the as-
tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
He leaves his wife, Thelma; two
rhoids and to relieve pain — without
surgery. In case after case, while
sons. Arthur and Paul; a daughter,
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
Barbara; mother, Mrs. Mary Bern-
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most
stein; two brothers and two sisters.
amazing of all — results were so thor-
"Now, therefore, if ye will obey
my voice indeed, and keep my cove-
nant, then ye shall be a peculiar
treasure unto me above all peo-
ple; for all the earth is Mine."—
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 forts
called Preparation H). At all drug
The Hebrew Memorial Chapel
Chesed Shel Ernes — MIR
26640 GREENFIEL D RD.
(Near 11 Mile Rd.)