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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

18—STORE RENTALS

Northlawn-Curtis
2 Flat — 6 & 5

COOLIDGE MALL

WANTED

OAK PARK PLAZA
SHOPPING CENTER

Youth activities coordinator, part-
time for local branch of National
Jewish Organization. Apply in writ-
ing to:

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

Both flats decorated. 2 nat.
fireplaces, 2 modern kitchens,
2 tile baths, full bsmt., gas
f u r n a c e, side dr. garage.
F.H.A. only $795 dn. Ask for
Mr. Kalfuss

7 Mile W., 20136

7-Eevergreen Shopping Center
20x123' store with full bsmt., oil
heat in active 1,000-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.

OAK PARK

STENOGRAPHER with general office
experience. Downtown office. Excellent
working conditions and fringe bene-
fits. Jewish Community Council. WO.
2-6710.

ESTABLISHED PLUMBING-
HARDWARE-FLOORCOVERING
RETAILER DESIRES TWO EX- 1
PERIENCED SALESPERSONS

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19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

9 Mile—East of Collidge

Contemp. brick ranch, 3 bedrooms,

2421 W. GRAND BLVD.

full dining area, kitchen with table
space, newly decorated in and out,
gas heat, S & S., • att. car-port. Real-
istically priced. Open Sun. 1-5 p.m.

Nr. 14th. 2 Family solid brk., 7 rms.
ea., lge. lot 40x208', zoned Commer-
cial. Low price, terms.

23041 Oak Crest.

ELSEA

MARS REALTY CO.

VI 1-1400

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EVES. LI 7-2371

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

LIVONIA MALL AREA

DAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yiddish

1 block to Hebrew School. 23x12
master bedroom, 2 twin sized bed-
rooms, 11/2 baths, country kitchen
with built-in dishwasher. Gas heat,
air-conditioned, carpeted, first floor
utility room. Beautifully landscaped,
fenced. $21,900.

English; experienced teacher, 342-9254.

31—TRANSPORTATION

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

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

To

19224 AUBURNDALE

GR 4-7225

19380 WINTHROP

ALL POINTS DRIVER AGENCY

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

BY OWNER

Ranch home — excellent condition.
2 car garage, jalousie enclosed
porch, heated, 3 bedrooms, 11/2
baths, gas heat, carpeted. Finished
rec. r o o m s with gas fireplace,
built-in TV, cedar closet, inciner-
ator. Ceiling fan. Disposal. Priced
for fast sale.

40—EMPLOYMENT

PAWN shop needs salesman and clerk.
Experienced preferred but will consid-
er training beginner. Clairmount Loan,
9109 Woodward.

VE 6-1334

annatinking

Joan Heights No. I Sub.

Oak Park

Starting from $22,500

Salesman at Model GARDNER SUBDIVISION (See Map)

(10 1/2 MILE) 0

304110 00

Office Phone
VE 8-6740

0131 AN33 21 0

W. LINCOLN

Model Phone
543-6699

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Exceptional growth opportun-
ities for young, aggressive,
salesmanagement-minded in-
dividuals with dynamic, well-
known company in Fort
Wayne, Indiana. Send re-
sume, correspondence to:

Standard Plumbing and
Hardware Supply Co.
135 West Main
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Attn: Mr. Sheray

Piwrimummum

MODEL

OAK PARK

OPEN SUN. 2-5

23541 WILDWOOD

Center entrance ranch with
3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, large
kitchen with built-ins, sepa-
rate breakfast room, family
room, finished basement with
powder room. Central air-
conditioning, sprinkling sys-
tem, 2-car garage. Beautifully
appointed.

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OPEN SUN. 2-5

A truly magnificent 4-bed-
room ranch, custom built in
every detail. Family kitchen,
breakfast area, large rear liv-
ing room, dining room and
family room which leads to
patio, basement with lay. Cen-
tral air-conditioning, sprink-
ling system.

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OAK PARK

Da r l i n g 2-bedroom brick
ranch. No basement. Large
living room, new carpeting,
custom drapes, gas stove, new
disposal, car-port.' Just dec-
orated. 1/2 block to school.
Must be seen. Only $450
down FHA.

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SOUTHFIELD

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OAK PARK BEST BUYS

GEE, I HOPE MOM & DAD BUY OUR NEW HOME IN

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IDEALLY LOCATED IN
NORTHWEST DETROIT'S
FINEST SUBURB!

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URGE LOTS! 4 BEDROOM MODELS AVAILABLE!

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The "ROSEMONT" Colonial . . .
3 Bedrooms, 2-Car Attached Ga-
rage, Full Basement, Face Brick,
Separate Dining Room, 1 1/2 Baths,
Large Kitchen with furniture-fin-
ished cabinets with Formica count-
er tops, Hood and Vent Fan, Garb-
age Disposal, Fam-
ily Room with Fire- it'
v
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P lace Aailable
and closets Galore!

9,750

The "MANHATTAN" Ranch . . . 3
Bed., 1 1/2 Baths, Full Base., Face Brk.,
2-Car Att. Gar., Furniture-Fin. Cab-
inets with Formica
Counter Tops, Built-in
Hutch, Family Room
with Fireplace Avail.
Nr. Schools, Syn. & Shopp.
Models open daily & Sun.
1-8 P.M., Closed Thursday

$18,750

ROSEMONT BUILDING CO.

Office 543-8488
Model 5454643

of your children in her home, Mon.-Fri.
DI 1-5078.

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

FOR SALE OR RENT

REASONABLE

PAINTING, exterior, interior, free esti-
mates, reasonable. LI 7-5639, TO 4-4881.

Fully equipped flower shop. High-
land Park. V, block from Hospital,
high school and Jr. College, 1 1/2
blocks from Osteopathic hospital, 2
blocks from Funeral Home, 3
blocks from Highland Park General
Hospital. Call between 6 & 8 p.m.
at

TO 5-7200

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ATTENTION

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Buy a good used Frigidaire self-
service type dry cleaning machine
for your bulk (8 lb. loads) business.
Reasonable.

EL. 6-7435

Professional Person Needed for Ex-
clusive Representation High Quality
European Manufacturers: Stuffed
Toys, Musical and Non-Musical Toys,
Musical Gift Items, Leather Gloves,
including Ladies Dr es s, Casual,
Sport, Ski Clothing, also for Gen-
tlemen. Work on Commission Basis.
Territory Includes Entire U.S. and
Canada. Send Complete Resume,
P.O. Box 3802, Oak Park, Michigan
48237.

LIQUOR party store. Did $300,000 in
1964. Closed Sundays. Get in time for
holiday season. 3052 Lothrop.

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BUSINESS CARDS

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

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

TI LE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special

UN 1-4950

MARLOWE-1 MI.

Magnificent 3-bedroom cont.,
designed and bulit by Mal-
colm Leventen. Unusual floor
plan includes 26 ft. living
room, paneled libr. Master
bedroom has all custom built-
ins, other bedrooms excep-
tionally large. Screened in
paneled porch, finished base-
ment. 2-car garage and fence
in matching brick. N e a r
schools. The buy of a life-
itme.

SHELDON ROSS
REAL ESTATE

DI 2-8383

55—MISCELLANEOUS

IMPORTED high-quality Euro-
pean merchandise: stuffed toys,
musical and non - musical toys,
musical gift items, lea titer
gloves, including ladies dress,
casual, sport, ski clothing; also
for gentlemen. Write P.O. Box
3802, Oak Park, Michigan
48237.

Professional Dry Cleaners

U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

A large family will make use
of this 5-bedroom home with
large family room. Center en-
trance p a sshall, modern
kitchen, finished basement
with bath, 2 full baths up,
plus powder room on main
floor. Double lot, sprinkling
system, garage. Hampton
School. $28,500.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

TILE and linoleum floors, basement
and kitchen, machine scrubbed, waxed
and buffed to a beautiful shine. HE
2-1692.

Informal elegance in custom
built 3-bedroom ranch. The
family room with fireplace
wall is center of this unusual
floor plan which also offers
a separate living room, din-
ing room, kitchen with oak
woodwork and all built-ins, 3
full baths, central air-condi-
tioning and finished basement
with bar and fireplace. Make
an app't. and see for yourself
the value and prestige of the
house and the area for
$65,000.

GOLF CLUB

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10 MILE

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Chamberlain Appointment

Bernice Nemer has been ap-
SECRETARY
Shorthand desirable but not necessary. pointed to the
Downtown office, 35 hour week. Good
staff of the B.
salary, excellent working conditions.
WO. 5-3939 .
MISS LEVINE F. Co hamber-
1 a i n Company,
LIGHT houskeeping, mature woman,
child care preferred. References re- Oak Park office.
quired. 965-0134, call 9-5.
She will special-
ize in Oak Park,
Huntington
40 A EMPLOYMENT WANTED
Woods, and
LICENSED Practical Nurse wishes nurs-
ing or companionship, part-time. Call Southfield prop-
538-3117.
erties. Bernice Nemer
She can be reached at LI 8-1500.
TEACHER'S WIFE desires to take care

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

12820 BURTON

COLONIALS 11 RANCHES

40—EMPLOYMENT

Box 730
The Jewish News
17100 W. 7 Mile
Detroit, Mich. 48235

JO 6-8671

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

UN 2-6409

40—EMPLOYMENT

LAWN SPRINKLER
SERVICE

INSTALLATION and

MAINTENANCE

WORK GUARANTEED

527-5044

A-1 PAINTING. paperhanging, interior
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after
6:30.

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

55-A--.-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

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

`The Fatal Eggs'
Contains Subtle
Russian Satire

" The Fatal Eggs' and Other
Soviet Satire" is a most revealing
anthology. Edited and translated
by Mirra Ginsburg, published by
Macmillan, this volume contains
a large collection of short stories
by a group of Russian writers.
The narratives are satirical. They
are entertaining and offer excel-
lent reading material. They also
show how Russian writers often
register their protests against ex-
isting conditions by means of puns,
humor, subtle satirical commen-
taries in the form of stories.
The title of the book derives
from the longest story in the book
— a novelette by Mikhail Bulgakov
(1891-1940). "The Fatal Eggs" was
written in 1925. It was a prediction
of sad days to come in 1928 and
apparently was not forgiven for it.
His death, therefore, was not re-
ported in the Literary Gazette. But
in 1963 he was "rehabilitated" and
his works received due recognition.
The magazine Moskva published
several of his stories and called
him "a writer with a great and
original talent. "The 80-page "Fatal
Eggs" prove it.
There is great merit to the en-
tire collection which includes
stories by 13 writers, one listed as
anonymous. There are brief bio-
graphical notes about all the writ-
ers.
Miss Ginsburg showed keen un-
derstanding of her selection of
stories, some of which can be read
in less than five minutes. Her
translations are excellent. She ex-
plains in her introduction: "My
criteria were: essential value as
literature; good writing; genuine
wit; independence of official pol-
icy; and contemporary reference."
And she adds:
"I chose stories dealing only
With the current scene in Russia,
omitting historical sature or satire
directed at the 'capitalist West' or
America, particularly since the lat-
ter bears the unmistakable stamp
of official policy."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 27, 1965-37

Opening for

Part-Time

Reporter
Editorial Assistant
Rewrite Man

Person with experience preferred

Write

Box A

The Jewish News, 11100 W. 1-Mile Rd.

Detroit, 4823 5 or Call VE 8-9366

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