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February 11, 1966 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-11

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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

18-D—STORES POR SALE

3 New Models Under

Construction

Pinehurst-Curtis

Very clean brick bungalow.
2 bedrooms down, 1 paneled
bedroom up, decorated. Car-
peting and drapes. Full base-
ment. Auto. heat. Side drive,
FHA only $495 down. Ask for
Mr. Kalfuss. ,

in BEVERLY HILLS (13 Mi-Ever.
green N. of Groves High School), W.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS. Other sites
available in WASHINGTON
HEIGHTS, Southfield, for custom
homes, your plans or ours. Prices
range from 538,900. Please call for
details.

Park

GROSS REALTY

DI 2-1300

Woods

Bldg.

7 Mile-Sorrento

2 units, 2 beautiful stores,
tiled front, air-conditioning,
gas heat, both stores occup.
Ideal for any type of business
Plenty of parking in rear of
building. Ideal location. Full
price $18,900, For partic. call.
Ask for Mr. Kalfuss.

GROSS REALTY

Co.

DI 2-1300

Milton Berry LI 4-4063 Ed Silver

BY OWNER. Desirable location. Oak
Park. 3 bedrooms. Call after 5. 547-5326.

This Space Reserved

Investor's Special !

2 stores and 2 flats on West Side,
all rented. 30% return on this in-
vestment. Call A. J. Knapp for
particulars.

WARREN SEELYE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, February 11, 1966

Nathan H. Knoppow

16909 Livernois

Phone 863-4200

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

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

SHERWOOD FOREST

SHREWSBURY-CHESTERFIELD, plenty of room in this handsome 4 bed-
room home, 2 add'I. bedrooms on third floor, 3 1/2 bathrooms, large paneled
den with marble fireplace, St. Charles kitchen, gas heat, well insulated,
sprinkt. system, priced surprisingly low.

OAK PARK

WESTHAMPTON — Immaculate, broadfront 3 bedroom and den ranch,
spacious liv., din. comb., bright kitchen with breakfast nook, 1 1/2 baths,
finished basement, sprinkling system, in excellent location. CALL TODAY!

31—TRANSPORTATION

CARS TO BE GIVEN

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

Insured Driveaway System

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

BUILDERS—MULTIPLE SITES

LEVEL VACANT LAND — Zoned multiple in Clawson, immed. South of
city of Troy line. Good for 28 one bedroom units or 20 two bedrm. units.
Sewer and water adjacent. Only $30,000. Terms arranged. DON'T WAIT!

40—EMPLOYMENT

CENTER REALTY UN 3-7400

WANTED - Experienced Nursery-
kindergarten Teacher, State li-
censed, Sabbath observer, for

OAK PARK BEST BUYS!

Box 756, The Jewish News, 17100

school in Queens, New York. Write

left at 1965 _Price

"Buy now! Beat interest increase"
The "ROSEMONT" Colonial
3 bedrms., 11/2 baths, 2-car attach. garage
The "MANHATTAN" Ranch
3 bedrms., 1 11/2 baths, 2-car attach. garage

W. 7 Mile, Detroit Michigan .48235.

HOUSEKEEPER—live-in. Full charge—
motherless home. Excellent wages,
week-ends off. References. 546-5822 or
LI 8-5123.

'22,500
$
21®0

Family Room and Fireplace Included

TO WORK IN
PAWN SHOP.
YOUNG PERSON

After School Okay
No Experience Necessary

Near Schools, Synagogues and Shopping
60 DAY DELIVERY

1400

MICHIGAN
WO 2-8698

MODEL OPEN SAT. AND SUN., 1-6 P.M.
2 blks. W. of Coolidge
Model 14491 LaBelle
2 lbks. S. of 11 Mi.

ROS MON)Ti .131UPILID ONG -

Office 543 - 8488

45 — BUSINESS

too.)

Call for further information
Weekdays
5:30 p.m.

Model 545 - 9643

$22,900-$30,900

25833 Arrowhead, cor. Adrian

6 blks. N. of 10 Mi., 2 biks. W. of Southfield

AUTO WASH
Cr PROPERTY

ELSEA

VI. 1-1400

JUNK SHOP for sale. 2 scales. 2 bailers
5650 McGregor, Detroit. 826-3705.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

■∎ ••••••••••®04)(



$25,900-$35,900

100 Custom homes in SHERWOOD EAST Subdivision (adjoining beau-
tiful Sherwood Village Sub.) Featuring 4 bedrooms, attached garage,
2 1 /2 bath, Utility Rooms & many other features.

15629 JEANETTE

1 blk. W. of Greenfield, 2 blks. N. of 10 M.

SAM STEEL, Inc. LI 7-7337



IT'S TREMENDOUS

See the new 1966 custom
homes specially designed for

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS

10 MILE-SOUTHFIELD RD.

Includes paved streets, water & sewers

LIMITED NUMBER OF SITES AVAILABLE
RANCHES START AT $39,750

Want the Very Finest in a Custom Home—Your Plan
or Ours—Check with Our HOME CONSULTANT

YOUI1G AMERICA Inc

Morris Margulies, Builder

OPPORTUNITIES

6 Mi.-Woodward — netted
$18,000 last year. Price $23,-
500.

Fifty 3 & 4 bedrooms. Ranch & Colonial homes now being built in beau-
tiful SOUTHFIELD GARDENS Subdivision. Immediate occupancy on
some models.

If You

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age, pianos, appliances, household furn.
ishings.
8829 Northend—Ferndale

543 - 4832

DI 1-0441

Sophie Tucker

VIENNA FURRIER. Re-modeling, re-
pairs. Reasonable prices. DI 1-0462.

PAINTING. Exterior-interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, KE 8-1047.1

EXPERT dressmaking, alterations. First
class work. Oak Park. 542-9146.

TILE and linoleum floors, basement
and kitchen, machine scrubbed, waxed
and buffed to a beautiful shine. KE
2-1602.

LIQUIDATING ! ! I

1

REAL
ESTATE
SALES

Two greats in show business
died Wednesday.
Sophie Tucker, one of America's
most popular stage figures, died
at age 79.
Billy Rose, who became famous
as a producer, and who recently
attracted worldwide attention with
his deep interest in Israel and his
co-sponsorship of the new Israel
Museum in Jerusalem, died at
age .66.

Philanthropist Dies

NEW YORK (JTA) — Charles
19.50
29.50 Goldman, a prominent Jewish in-
Portables
Royals
39.50 dustrialist and philanthropist, died
IBM
50
69 '
C heckwriters
29.50 ' I of a heart attack last weekend at
age 63.
ALL GUARANTEED—NO JUNK
22741 Woodward
Among his major philanthropic
548 6404 I
contributions were the establish-
ment of the Goldman Wing of the
56—ANTIQUES
Israel Museum in Jerusalem and
the gift of the $660,000 Goldman-
Schwartz Art Studios to Brandeis
ANTIQUE SHOW
University. He was also a founder
FEB. 15-18
of the Albert Einstein College of
Roma Hall, East Detroit. 24845
Medicine of Yeshiva University.
Gratiot (near 10 Mile Rd.) 1-10 p.m.
Goldman was an industry leader
Free parking. Door prizes.
in the drives for the United Jewish
Appeal, Israel Bonds and the Fed-
INFORMATION 771-2767
eration of Jewish Philanthropies of
Greater New York. He contributed
57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
a number of items from his ex-
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
tensive collection of French im-
pressionist paintings to auctions
FOR SALE
for the benefit of the UJA.

-

REFRIGERATOR, and stove and
washing machine. One twin bed
and chest of drawers. 21 inch tele-
vision, Grey carpeting.

864-1367 or UN 3-7315

3 CUSHION COUCH. Light green, $10.
UN 2-6793.

75-A—ART OBJECTS

WORKS OF ART
FOR SALE

100 original pieces of art work by
top name artists. Reasonably priced
from $10 and up. Shown in my
home — 15857 New Hampshire in
Southfield, 3 blocks S. of 10, 2
blocks W. of Greenfield.

SUN., FEB. 13

11 - 6 ONLY

Announce Plan to Train
Community Workers

NEW YORK (JTA) — Plans
which would provide fellowships
at the Hebrew University of Jeru-
Household and
salem for in-service training of
Office Furniture
professional Jewish community
LICENSED MOVERS
workers were announced here.
PROFESSIONALS
The projection of a World Semi-
894-4587
nar for Jewish Service, under
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior which American Jewish organiza-
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after tions and institutions can sponsor
3:30.
fellowships for graduate students
at the Hebrew University's Insti-
40—EMPLOYMENT
tute of Contemporary Jewry, was
NOWIll"101111"104110W announced at a conference on the
American-Israel University Pro-
gram of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University.
Prof. Moshe Davis, head of the
Institute of Contemporary Jewry
at the university, said that the
fellowship recipients will study
with counterparts from Israel and
Work directly for
other sections of the - Jewish world
and will belong to two categories:
Southfield Builder on
1) professionals of American Jew-
salary plus commission
ish organization—or those being
basis. New house ex-
considered for employment—who
would receive fellowships for in-
perience. Start imme-
service training; 2) graduate stu-
dately.
, d ents who will be working toward
a degree, masters or doctorate.
MORRIS SUKENIC
The development of the World
S eminar for Jewish Service is be-
& SONS INC.
i ng assisted by an American ad-
DI 1-7171 LI 8-8430
visory committee composed of exe-
c utives of American Jewish or-
g anizations and institutions.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Billy Rose

55—MISCELLANEOUS

Desks

PARKSIDE—NEW OFFERING, Hampton School area, splendid S bedrm.,
4 bath home in mint condition, large paneled libr., built-in bar, huge
living room, formal dining room, modern kitchen and breakfast room,
very modestly priced. CALL TODAY! H. KLEIN.

Only

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. BR
3-4826, LI 5-4035.

FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.

21—INVESTMENTS

$26,900

For Your
Classified Ad
Call VE 8-9364

Sophie Tucker,
Billy Rose Die

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

UN 2 - 6047

GOLF CLUB SECTION
PARKSIDE-6 BEDROOMS

Impressive French Tudor brk. home.
5 bedrms. on 2nd floor, complete
apt. w/bedrm. & bath on 3rd floor,
gas ht., libr., 2 cr. brk. garage. Best
buy in a r ea. THELMA POLSKY.
342-8255 or VE 8-0077.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

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

Abraham Shainak, 86

Abraham S h a i n a k, honorary
president of Cong. Mishkan Israel
Nusach Hari Lubavitcher Center,
died Tuesday at age 86.
Mr. Shainak, who had been
president of the congregation
when it was located on Blaine St.,
lived in the Detroit area 40 years.
Born in Poland, he was a civilan
worker for the U.S. Quartermas-
ter Division in World War II. He
was a member of Mizrachi.
Surviving Mr. Shainak are his
wife, Bella, 18987 Greenlawn;
four daughters, Mrs. Jerome . (Pau-
line) Winer, Mrs. Joseph (Sally)
Wagenheim, Lillian and Mrs. Da-
vid (Thelma) Lebow; and six
grandchildren.

Rabbi Cohen, Hillel Chief
on Coast; Was at U of M

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Rabbi
Jehudah M. Cohen, Pacific region-
al director of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundations, died Jan. 31 at age
58.
Rabbi Cohen supervised Hillel
activities for Jewish students on
25 campuses in eight western states
and British Columbia. He served
as director of the Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Michigan
from 1940 to 1946 and at the Uni-
versity of California at Los Ang-
eles from 19461 to 1959.

Helene Betty Israel

Helene Betty Israel, a member
of Temple Beth El, Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority and the National
Council of Jewish Women, died
Feb. 3 at age 40.
Mrs. Israel, 17554 Birchcrest,
was a 1946 graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
She leaves her husband, Dr.
Kenneth Israel; three sons, Mark,
Richard and Thomas; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Fred Kamens; and
a sister, Mrs. William Rothinan.

Margoshes' Son. Dies
- Adam Zion Margoshes pro-

fessor of psychology at State Col-
lege, Shippensburg, Pa., died Feb.
2 at the age of 49. He was the son
of Dr. .Sadnuel Margoshes, editor
of Day-Morning Journal, and Mrs.
Margoshes.

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