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October 15, 1965 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-15

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17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
REALTOR'S NEWS
Margaret Sou-
SOUTHFIELD. 82x304 residential lot.
Sewer, all utilities. $6500. UN 2-7665.
ter, Sales Coun-
sellor for the Oak
FRANKLIN VILLAGE
Park office,
Chamberlain Re-
1-acre Lot
altor says, "Rep-
Paved
Road
resenting home
owners in the
Must sell-Make Offer
sale of their prop-
Phone LI 8-7079
erty and assist-
ing prospective Mrs. Souter
purchasers is a rewarding - chal- 19-E-BUSINESS PROPERTY
lenging experience."
FOR SALE
She is always happy to discuss
PALMER PARK DISTRICT
your particular problem - call
Adv.
18710 Woodward
her at LI 8-1500.

Prime location for Doctors. Dentists
or varied Professional Men. Clinic-
; type bldg. 5 rms. & all facilities and
parking.

1 7-H 0 USES FOR SALE

869-2438-UN 1.1411-DI 2-1500

RISD0111

Tracey N. of Vassar Dr.

STORE & FLAT

Attractive 5 rm. brk. bung., 2
spacious bedrms., nice liv.
rm., Jr. din. rm., excell. car-
peting, drapes, close to
Ahavas Achim Syn. & trans.
Only $13,500. Ask for Mr.
Operman.

Full basement, gas steam furn. -
fenced - full price $2,000.

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

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

MATH TUTORING-Grades 7-12. James
Wineman. UN 3-6372.

PIANO LESSONS in my home. North-
west section. BR 3-8806, after 11 a.m.

MATHMATICS tutoring, high school
teacher, B.S., M.S. degrees. 1,6 years
experience, modern math. 353-3562.

BY OWNER
546-6613

31-TRANSPORTATION

OAK PARK

CARS TO BE GIVEN

3 bedrooms, 1 1 /2 both ranch.
Carpets, drapes. Excellent loca-
tion. 15121 Northfield. LI
7-9209.

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

OPEN SUN. 2-5

ALL POINTS DRIVER AGENY

CURTIS, 14031

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

ONLY $330 DN.

Very nice, clean 5-rm. brick 1,.4 du-
plex. Carpets, dinette, gas ht. IM-
MEDIATE POSS.

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WISCONSIN - 7 MI.

F.H.A., G.I. or Land Cont. terms.
Attractive 5-rm. brk. bung., Ige.
liv. rm. & din. rm., nail firepl.,
gas ht., 2-car garage, carpeting,
drapes. Ask for MR. DRIKER.

List your home with us
for fast action. We DO
have qualified buyers!

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Phone 863-4200

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16909 LIVERNOIS

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SALESMEN

ENO

Full Price $18,900
Cent. ent. brk. Col. 6 spacious
rms. & break rm., nat. firepl.,
Powder Rm., stall shower, lge,
enclosed porch, Rec. Rm., side
dr., 2-cr. gar. only $900 dn. F.H.A.

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40-EMPLOYMENT

537-8300

OUTER DR. W. NR. CURTIS

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Oak Park
Open Sun. 2-5
23635 Parklawn

North of 9 Mile. First offering
on this beautiful 6-room face
brick ranch. 3 large bedrooms,
screened porch. Lovely recr.
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room. Carpeting and drapes.
igl Side drive, 2-car g a r a g e.
Priced to sell.
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Oak Park
Pierson - Coolidge

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Oak Park
Church - 9 Mile

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First offering on this 6-room lig
face brick ranch, passhall,
1 large living room, 3 lovely a
bedrooms, screened p o r c h. 0
Recr. room. Call for appt.

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ALTIN REALTY

ill 10030 W. McNichols $
862-0150

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38-Friday, October 15, 1965

PHARMACIST

No Sundays or Holidays.
Close at 9:30 p.m. Down-
town Royal Oak. Apply
Oct. 20, 21 and 22.

ROYAL OAKS
508 S. Washington
Royal Oak

Wanted - who have ad-
in
ministrative abilities
retail. $17,000 per year.
Want to stay active?

JE 9-0200
MR. MEYER

To work in pawn shop, young man
of high school age. After school
okay. No experience necessary.

1400 MICHIGAN

WO 2-8698

FULL CHARGE bookkeeper. Part-time.
Write Box 734, The Jewish News, 17100
'. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit, Michigan 48235.

Man, 35-50, for customer
contact work. Must have
good knowledge of Metro-
politan Detroit. Salary plus
car expense. NO SELLING.
Mr. Davis, UN 2-3230

MR. BENJAMIN
JE 9-0200

SEMI-RETIRED SALES EXECS.

SALESMAN AND
STOCKMAN

Wanted for wholesale
business. Apply at 1200
Trumbull or call

- WO 1-3656

WOMAN. General fofice. 5-day week.
TO 9-5800.

2 ASSIST. SALES MANAGERS

Needed at once. Top pay,
terrific future. Mr: Benja-
min.

JE 9-0200

YOUNG MAN-18 or over. Willing to
learn pawn shop business. No experi-
ence necessary. LI 7-6980. LI 7-2829.

NEW HOUSE SALES

Man or woman-Work direct for
builder-selling in Southfield's fin-
est location.. Ask for Lawrence Su-
kenic.

DI 1-7171

EL 3-2177

Real Estate

The B. F. CHAMBER-
LAIN CO. has 3 positions
open for those interested
in _Real Estate Sales as a
career.
Convenient Evening
Classes in Real Estate be-
gin on Nov. 1st. and cover
all aspects of the Profes-
sional work in the Oak
Park, Huntington Woods
& Southfield - areas. Build
your future with Cham-
berlain Real Estate Co.
For a confidential in-
terview, contact MR.,
NEWLAND at LI 8-1500
or JO 6-3187.

TILE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.

UN 1-4950

WILLIS WRIGHT. Wall washing and
painting. 921-3389.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age, pianos, appliances, household furn-
ishings.
8700 West McNichols Rd.

UN 2-6047

53-MEALS-CATERING

CAKE MASTER
Pastries from Toronto are now
available. Daily fresh Hungar-
ian strudel. Call

C. GORMAN

863-2549

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

57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

CONSOLE piano, Credenza, electric
range and refrigerator, kitchen table
and chairs. Reasonable. UN 2-5353.

59 - A - PIANOS FOR SALE

ACCOUNTANT -Junin r. Permanent PIANO - Made by Hardman Peck.
position. Northwest C.P.A. office. A. Fine small studio upright. Excellent
condition. $300. UN 4-9217, WO 1-7409.
Richard Tischler & Co. DI 1-8981.

MATURE woman 35-40. For sales and
light stock work. Flom's, 8311 Fenkell.

SALESLADY, capable, full or part-
time for ladies specialty shop also lady
for alterations. Sherri's. Greenfield at
10 Mile Road.

50-BUSINESS CARDS

55-A-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

Full or part-time. Even if you are
not looking for a job, better job
may be looking for you. Call for
appt.

11

West of Coolidge. First offer-
Al ing on this lovely 7-room face a
brick ranch. 3 bedrooms and
a paneled den, 1 112 baths, car- a
.„, peting and drapes in excellent
J11 condition. Call for appt.

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EAST SIDE-Automatic car wash, new
equipment. For sale or lease. 891-6618.

2 SALES MANAGERS

TUTORING and forming classes -
French and German. 547-3080.

OAK PARK

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JE 9-0200

OFFICE CLERK. 3 days weekly. Typ-
ing, filing. Northland area. 444 1415.

3-bedroom brick Etkin ranch. Car-
peting, drapes, attic fan. tiled base-
ment, gas heat. Well landscaped.
Storms and screens. CLEAN. 1 block
from school.

WILBANKS

YOUNG MEN

17 and up. Jr. salesmen,
paid while in training.
Mr. Benjamin.

VI 1-1400

ELSEA

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

' NM NE ME UM ME ME ME ME

40-EMPLOYMENT

PUBLIC OPINION SAMPLING. House-
wives-Retirees. Must live in Southfield.
Excellent earnings. Call Mr. Diamond.
963-3396.

Want to stay active?
Here's an opportunity for
profitable selling. Mr.
Meyer.

JE 9-0200

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

RETIRED MAN 67, seeks light employ-
ment. Cannot earn more than $125 mo.
WE 5-3696.

HOUSEKEEPER with nursing experience
for 1 or 2 elderly people. 273-8759.

NOTICE

Many listings in the 'Male'
or 'Female' columns are not
intended to exclude or discour-
age applications from persons
of the other sex. Such listings
are for the convenience of
readers because some occupa-
tions are considered more at-
tractive to persons of one sex
than the other. Discrimination
in employment because of sex
is prohibited by the 1964 Fed-
eral Civil Rights Act with cer-
tain exemptions. Employment
agencies and employers covered
by the Act must indicate in
their advertisement whether
the listed positions are avail-
able to both sexes."

NEW YORK (JTA) - Funeral
services were held here Tuesday
at Temple Emanu-El for Paul Felix
Warburg, a member of the prom-
inent Jewish family of financiers
and philanthropists, who died in
New York Sunday at age 61.
A son of the late Felix M. War-
burg, founder and first president
of the Federation of Jewish Phil-
anthropies of Greater New YoTl -
Paul F. Warburg was one of
Federation's active leaders fo
many years and was credited with
having led in developing the Fed-
eration's highly-successful fund-
raising methods, according to Irv-
ing M. Flet, president of the Fed-
eration.
He was also on the board of
trustees of the Jewish Board of
Guardians and a founder of the
Federation's employment and guid-
ance services.
Among Felix Warburg's surviv-
ors are a brother, Edward M. M.
Warburg, chairman of the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee; and two sisters, Mrs. Rob-
ert W. Sarnoff, wife of the chair-
man of the board of the National
Broadcasting Co.; and Mrs. Walter
N. Rothschild.

Physician Jacob Shapiro
Succumbs at Age 61

Physician Jacob Shapiro, 1292
Stuyvessant, Bloomfield Township,
died Wednesday at age 61. A De-
troit-area resident 19 years, the
Cleveland-born doctor was a 1929
graduate of the University of
Michigan Medical School.
Dr. Shapiro, who had his offices
at 14634 E. Seven Mile, was a
member of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
and the American and Wayne
County Medical societies and was
on the staffs of East Side, North
Detroit and Saratoga general hos-
pitals.
He served as lieutenant colonel
in the Army Medical Corps during
World War II.
Dr. Shapiro leaves his wife,
Hilda; a son, Dr. Howard; a
daughter, Mrs. Herbert (Maurine)
Sillman; his mother, Mrs. Jennie
Shapiro; a brother, Nathan; two
sisters, Mrs. Harold (Shirley)
Saphire and Mrs. Larry (Ida)
Himmel; and five grandchildren.

Sickness, Health and Idol Worship

Zunin met Rabbi Akiba and said:
"Rabbi, there is a thing that per :
plexes me greatly. Scores of sick
and ailing people come and testify:
`We have worshipped in this or
that temple of an idol and we have
been cured'!"
Rabbi Akiba replied: "I shall

Mazel

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

In its early Biblical usage the
planets or the signs of the Zodiac
A SIZZLING RESTAURANT
are referred to as "Mazalot." Some
Busy Wyoming-Curtis area, only
$1,000 for this money-making finest
authorities
claim that the planets
stainless steel equipment. Widow
must sacrifice immediately.
were referred to by this name be-
cause of the primitive belief that
BENJ. RICH
"Get rich quick"
the planets have an influence in
12545 Linwood
TU 3-4000 the destinies of men. They trace
the term to an expression which
50-BUSINESS CARDS
means "to flow" (Nazel). Others
ROOF-CHIMNEY repaired and refaced,
$50. Gutters cleaned and rust proofed, trace the term to an expression
$20 and up. Windows scraped, puttied, meaning "to go" or "to revolve"
painted with Dutch Boy, $4 each. The (Azal) indicating that the term de-
Andrews Service. 873-9356.
scribes the movement or the revo-
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior lution of the .heavenly bodies. In
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after
Talmudic literature the term is
often referred to as indicating
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005. planets or heavenly bodies (Moed
526 Belmont.
katan 29a). Even as early as the
DECORATING, interior, exterior paint- Tamudic period the term "iVIazel"
ing. Small carpenter work. Clean and seemed to bear both connotations
quick service. Call Bill Powell. 542-3270.
i.e. either a planet or one's for-
especially since many Rab-
LARKINS MOVING CO. tune,
binic authorities disavowed the
Household and
belief in astrological influence
Office Furniture
upon human affairs. In common
colloquial usage of today, the term
LICENSED MOVERS
refers to "luck" and many of its
PROFESSIONALS
users have long lost sight of the
894-4587
fact that it was originally associ-
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter ated with the worship of the stars
work, no job too big or small. BR 3-4826, or the belief in astrology.

LI 5-4035.

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

Paul Felix Warburg
Dead at 61; Member of
Prominent Jewish Family

"A man's conscience and not
his mattress has most to do with
his sleep."

explain it to you by means of a
parable. In a certain town there
lived a trustworthy person who
owned a strong safe, and people
would let him store their valuables
without either witness or a receipt.
Once a man came with witnesses
for his deposit. He followed this
routine many times, but finally on
one occasion brought no witnesses.
"The wife of the trustworti--\_
man said to him: 'Let us teach ti,
fellow a lesson since he mistru(
us. When he asks for his deposer
deny that we have received it.'
"Her husband answered: 'Because
this man does not act correctly,
shall I do likewise?'
"So it is with sicknesses. When
God sends them, He places a lim-
ited time upon them. Would it be
right for these ailments to betray
their mission, and not depart from
their victims when their time is
passed, merely because those vic-
tims have been superstitious and
behaved like fools?"
- Abodah Zarah

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covery of a world-famous research
institute. This substance is now avail-
able in suppository or ointment form
called Preparation H®. At all drug
counters.

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