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July 23, 1965 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-23

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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

40—EMPLOYMENT

EXCITING HOME
IN THE CITY

Are you looking for a fine home?
This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime op-
portunity for the value conscious
homeseeker. Large custom colonial
with 2-car attached garage on 75'
beautifully landscaped lot, 3 lovely
bedrms, 2 baths up, powder room
dn., sitting room and paneled fam-
ily room. Can be BOUGHT AT
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS LESS
THAN ORIGINAL COST. If you're
not satisfied with the average type
of house, this is the home for you
to see Sunday.

Full-time Position

only 12 yrs. old. Well estab-
lished DOCTOR'S CLINIC 20
rms., 3 suites. All air cond.
pan. reception rm., running
water in every rm., 3 lays,
consultation rm., 3 gas furn-
aces, auto. hot water, inured.
occupancy. Ask for Mr. KAL-
FUSS.

Intelligent young woman, well
groomed with pleasant person-
ality and writing skills. Basic
fabric knowledge essential. Sell-
ing background desirable. Must
have car.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

APPLY IN PERSON
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
14th FLOOR

0.PIEN :SION. 2 -5

20100 CAROL

Henry Ford Hi Dist.
or call EDITH GOODMAN
to see anytime
DI 1-1540 or VE 8-0077

COMPARISON SHOPPER

Ultra Modern

HUDSON'S DOWNTOWN

26-A—LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT

WARREN SEELYE

MODERN—all conveniences. 4 bedroom
home on Lake Charlevoix, 1 mile North
of Boyne City. Rent by week. Call
OL 1-1611.

OAK PARK

BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yiddish
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254.

9 MILE & GREENFIELD

EXPERIENCED TUTORS

Brich ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,
paneled den, kitchen built-ins, over
1800 sq. ft., gas heat, attic fan, in-
cinerator, brick garage, patio, bar-
becue, fully landscaped, sprinkler
system, near everything. $31,500.
By owner. Sat. & Sun. 12 to 5.

ENGLISH & MATH

30 - A — INSTRUCTIONS

23550 HARDING

Algebra, geometry, trigonomet-
ry, calculus, etc. And all elem.,
high school and college English.

LI 6-1275

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

549 1229

-

31—TRANSPORTATION

COOK
FOR STRICTLY KOSHER
KITCHEN. NEW CON-
VALESCENT HOME.

PHONE 534-8400

COOK WANTED

MUST BE EXPERIENCED IN
JEWISH - STYLE COOKING
REFERENCES REQUIRED
APPLY IN PERSON. DARBYS
RESTAURANT. 7 MILE AT
WYOMING. ASK FOR MR. B.

SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

COOKS

Large lot on Westhampton in North-
land Gardens Sub. Very few lots
left in this exclusive section. Only
$9,500.

To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida. Utah, California,
Texas, Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any.
where.

Must have minimum of 3
year's experience in com-
mercial cooking.

ALL POINTS DRIVER AGENCY

Apply in person
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
14TH FLOOR
HUDSON'S DOWNTOWN

M. T. LEWIS, BROKER
VE 7-3600

SOUTHFIELD

ATTN.: BUILDERS ONLY

Groups of lots from 25 to 150 ready
to go with all improvement. As low
as 10% down. BROKER.

UN. 1-0346

9970 GRAND RIVER
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
WE 1-0621

DRIVING TO LOS ANGELES. Share
expenses and driving. Exchange ref-
erences. Leaving August. LI 7-9590.

40—EMPLOYMENT

UN. 4-8735

18—STORE RENTALS

7 Mile W., 20136

7-Evergreen Shopping Center
20 x 123' store with full bsmt., oil
heat in active 1,00-car shopping
center. Fine location for florist,
gift shop, office supply, etc. Prac-
tical Home Builders, 21700 Cool-
idge Hwy., Oak Park. JO 6-8671.

COOLIDGE MALL

OAK PARK PLAZA
SHOPPING CENTER

Northwest corner of 9 Mile and
Coolidge. 10 stores under con-
struction in this active shopping
center.

YOUNG MEN 17-25

JE 9-0404

TAILOR - FITTER

Experienced, 25-45 years of
age. To fit men's suits, coats,
trousers. Must be able to alter
ready-made clothes. 5 day-40
hour week. Liberal program of
employee benefits.

14th FLOOR

HUDSON'S DOWNTOWN

JEFFERSON

VI 1-1400

Medical Bldg.

13 rms. Ideal location on Liv-
ernois nr. Oak Dr. Gas ht.,
air cond. Parking area. Good
investment. Owner must sell.
Ask for Mr. HAROLD SHOOK

GROSS REALTY

DI 2-1300

PRIVATE

SECRETARY

Wanted for Rabbi in large
Metropolitan Reform Temple.
Maturity and good judgement
essential, in addition to expert
secretarial skill.

CALL MISS DRAZIN

TRINITY 5-8530

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

SECRETARY

Age 25-45—real estate or compar-
able experience preferred, 1 girl-
3 men office. Girl Friday type.
Excellent working condtiions, lo-
cations, transportation. Typing,
some shorthand, light bookkeeping.
No nights. Long local references.
Salary commensurate with quali-
fications.

DRAPERY TECHNICIAN

"

MALE NURSE. Experienced and com-
petent. References. 867-0675.

45 — BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

ROOFING and sheet metal business.
Established 43 years. Fully equipped.
Bargain. Retiring. TO. 5-0438.

DELICATESSEN Sandwich Shop—Beer-
wine takeout. Established downtown
location. Open 7:30 to 5:30. Closed
Sundays. Reasonable. 1749 Cass. 964-
7990.

50 — BUSINESS CARDS

A-1 PAINTING paperhanging, interior
wallwashing Immediate service. Guar-
anteed. Reasonable. UN 4-0326 after
5 p.m.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

Local and Long Distance Packing.
storage, pianos appliances. house-
hold furnishings.
8700 West McNichols Rd.

UN 2 - 6047

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

DECORATING, interior, exterior paint-
ing. Small carpenter work. Clean and
quick service. Call Bill Powell. 542-3270.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and
Office Furniture

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

1. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4326, LI 5-4035

DEPT. AND STORE MANAGER

Alert young men with retail sell-
ing experience, not necessarily in
our line. Excellent opportunity
modern fringe benefits. APPLY
IN PERSON OR WRITE:

Mr. Alan
c/o Raimi's Curtains
Northland Center
EL 6-2382

ALTERATIONS - FITTERS

Adequate experienced in
sewing and fitting worn-
en's Ready to Wear.

Apply in person
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
14TH FLOOR
HUDSON'S DOWNTOWN

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

FOR SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT

Excellent opportunity for the personable career minded young
woman. Ability and pleasant personality important. Excellent starting
salary, plus a fine program of employee benefits.

Apply in person

Employment Office — 14th Floor

• HUDSON'S DOWNTOWN

TILE

for one of America's leading Life
Insurance Companies. Man we seek
married, between 25-40, doing well
at present job, yet some what im-
patient with progress. Applicants
need not have life insurance ex-
perience. Unlimited earning poten-
tial. Pension at 65. We supply train -
ing, direct mail plan, other proven
helps to locate buyers and make
sales.

PHONE 353-2525

MON. BETWEEN 9:30 - 12:30

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special

U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

UN 1-4950

LAWN SPRINKLER
SERVICE

INSTALLATION and

MAINTENANCE

SALES
REPRESENTATIVE

America's largest manufacturer
of wood cased pencils carry-
ing foremost lines of pens—
specialties and executive gifts,
desires sales Representatives.
Full payment of your commis-
sion every week—plus Bonus
every (4) four weeks on your
sales. Details will be given for
your review without cost or
obligation. Full and Part-time
men and women will be trained
in the field to insure your suc-
cess with this money making
line. Will visit and discuss prop-
osition with you in your City.
Write or telephone collect . . .

Wm. L. Gilley
District Manager
19496 Kinloch
Detroit, Mich.
Telephone 534-0040
Or Contact

Venus - Pen & Pencil Corp.
Pencil Specialty Division

Hoboken, N.J.

Tel. 201-792-0400

Gamzey's Book
Views Israel
as the Miracle

Robert Gamzey, editor of Inter-
mountain Jewish News of Denver,
has written extensively on Israel
UN. 1-0346
UN. 4-8735 after his several visits there, and
his newest book, "Miracle of Is-
rael," published by Herzl Press,
describes the ingathering, the
peoples who inhabit the land, the
kibbutz life, the country's youth.
Must be qualified to mea-
He deals with the many aspects
sure, install and repair
of Zionist fulfillments, with the aid
draperies and assoc. items.
given by Israel to African coun-
tries, with the Dead Sea come to
Apply in Person
life through its many products
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
that have yielded bromides and
14TH FLOOR
potash; with the religious prob-
HUDSON'S DOWNTOWN
lems and the struggles for security
and with the new life envisioned
by Levi Eshkol who is accepted by
40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED
the author as the best availabl(
MAN AND WIFE need janitor work.
candidate to succeed Ben-Gurion
Offices, Doctors, Stores, Homes, etc.
KE 4-0784.
in the premiership.

APPLY IN PERSON

EMPLOYMENT OFFICE

WEST OF LIVERNOIS — 10 flats
— 2 stores — income $10,800 per
year — $25,000. terms. Phone for
Catalogue of Properties.

ELSEA

EXPERIENCED

.

Sales work and phone work, in-
side office, good pay. Nice en-
vironment. Phone Mr. Taub or
Mr. Meyer.

JO 6-8671

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

EXPERIENCED salesgirl for bakery.
20-50. From 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call after
4 p.m. LI 2-5908.

40—EMPLOYMENT

WORK GUARANTEED

527-5044

QUALIFIED piano tuning and repairs.
Good workmanship. No Sat. calls. UN
44881.

55 - A — MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

TURN YOUR OLD SUITS, topcoats,
shoes into cash. DI 2-3717.

56—ANTIQUES

FLEA MARKET

Sunday—July 25, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Roma Hall in Livonia-27777 School-
craft, next to Detroit Race Course.
Air-conditioned. Free parking. Ad-
mission 75c.

60 — CARS FOR SALE

MUSTANG, Hard-top. 289-4V. White
walls. 4-speed. R.&H. White-Red in-
terior. 537-1465.

61 — GARAGE FOR RENT

DOUBLE' garage. Front driveway. 18312
Ilene. UN 1-0185.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, July 23, 1965

Gamzey credits Israel with
having enriched American cul-
ture itself by a stream of artists
and musicians who have come
here.
Turning to fund-raising, he as-
serts that Israel sharpened the
sights for hundreds of thousands
of contributors and "taught them
how to give."
He declares that "for the tour-
ist, a visit to Israel is a revitaliz-
ing dose of Jewish pride in what
Jews can accomplish in building
and defending a pioneer land."
Thus, from all angles, Gamzey
portrays Israel as the miraculous
development in Jewish life which
has to its credit innumerable
achievements.

`The Pawnbroker'
a Sell-Out Beyond
All Previous Highs

"The Pawnbroker" has broken
all records for total weekly attend-
ance in the four-year history of
the Studio North Theater.
Now in its third week, the film
shattered its opening record with
receipts of $8,086 and then went
on to take in $8,160 in the second
week. Total attendance was 10,000.
The previous high for an opening
week was $6,250 when the theater
first opened in 1961.
Ross Caccavale, general man-
ager of the three Studio theaters,
attributes the box office success
of the Eli Landau production to
several factors, primarily "the
greatness of the film."
"The Pawnbroker" has drawn
a great number of young peo-
ple, Caccavale said, possibly
because of their unfamiliarity
with the World War II Nazi hor-
rors, depicted in unique sublim-
ial flashbacks throughout the
movie. The "greater social
awareness among young people
today" was also cited, in refer-
ence to "The Pawnbroker's"
Harlem setting.
The film, at first censored for
two scenes of nudity, was later
approved by the Motion Picture
Production Code. It marked the
first time there had been such a
reversal.
Caccavale pointed out that no
one who has seen the film here
has proposed censorship of the
scenes, "and anyway we allow no
one under 18 to see it. We show
the film as a work of art."
"The Pawnbroker" has drawn
a large Jewish audience, and the
impact on them is such that "they
all look stunned when they leave,"
said Caccavale.
The film, also being shown at
the Camelot in Dearborn, has ap-
pealed to Negro moviegoers as
well, he said. At the Camelot it is
expected to run till Aug. 10.
Caccavale predicted a longer
run at the Studio-North—perhaps
six months. "But I wouldn't be sur-
prised at anything," he said.
There's nothing typical about the
film, or the response it's getting."

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