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February 25, 1966 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-25

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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

ONLY ONE' LEFT'

JEFFERSON AVE.

SOUTHFIELD GAltDENS

Solidi brick--stores and 10
flats—annual income $10,800
—price $25,000—terms.

Immediate Delivery














4 Bedroom Colonial
Family Room
Separate Dining Room
1st Floor Laundry
2 Full Baths
Plus Powder Room
2-Car Attached Garage
Fireplace
Built-in Oven and Range
Built-in Dishwasher
Large Living Room
Insulated Glass Windows and
Screens

ELSEA

VI 1-1400

# Investments
Investment for the future.
Buy 6 stores-4 flats. In-
come $5,400 a yr. A main
thorofare. Only $29,500
with $8,000 dn. Call today!

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

Phone 547-3200

arnold cohen
& associates

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

OFFERED BY OWNER

EXPERIENCED teacher now tutoring in
Spanish. Call 626-0458.

31—TRANSPORTATION

Park

OAK PARK — 3 bedroom, 11/2 bath
ranch. Recr. room. Excellent condition.
LI 5-6157.

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

LAKE LOT
Franklin Hills Country Club Area

OFFICE MANAGER - bookkeeper — full
charge. Must have experience. Good
proposition. 567-6751.

Insured Driveaway System

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

18-B—STORES FOR LEASE

7 MILE RD. 15321

16 x 75 ft. store. Near
Greenfield. Good location
for office space or tailor
shop or similar lines.

*

*

C

COOLIDGE MALL

OAK PARK PLAZA
SHOPPING CENTER. 9
MILE AND COOLIDGE.
Attractive 22 x 49 ft.
stores in this active shop-
ping center. Equipped for
gas heat and air-condi-
tioning.

By owner—first time offered. Beau-
tiful sloping 1 1/4 acre lot with front-
age on Coventry Lake. Gas and
sewer available. Priced to sell at
$16,500.

JO 6-8671

PHONE MA 6-2010

40-r—EMPLOYMENT

40—EMPLOYMENT

SALESPEOPLE

REGARDLESS OF WHAT

YOU ARE SELLING NOW!

1.

After School Okay
No Experience Necessary

1400 MICHIGAN

Co.

Milton Berry LI 4-4063 Ed Silver

TO WORK IN
PAWN SHOP.
YOUNG PERSON

CARS TO BE GIVEN

Woods

Bldg.

FURNITURE salesperson — experienced.
On Social Security. Part-time. 567-4880.

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

WEST BLOOMFIELD
Orchard Crest Estates
A Prestige Community

4103 Orchard Crest Court

Community Workshop

163 MADISON

21950 MARLOW
OAK PARK

V2 Mile N. of Maple off Orchard
Lake Rd.

GROUP SUPERVISOR

For sheltered workshop. Interesting
permanent position in a rehabilita-
tion atmosphere. Supervise a small
gtoup doing light assembly and
packaging. Short work week. Un-
matched fringe benefits. Send brief
background description to:

Detroit, Mich. 48226

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

Step into this gracious salte-floored
foyer of our beautiful 4 bedrm.
brick veneer Colonial. It will lead
into an inviting living rm. or into
a separate din. rm. or through to
the most luxurious kitchen you've
ever seen—with handsome furniture
finish cabinets, formica counter
tops, G.E. double deluxe ovens,
range and dishwasher, wooded pan-
elled family rm. with brick fire-
place, 2 full baths plus guest lava-
tory. Completely finished 2 1/2-car
gar. Near Tam O'Shanter and Knoll-
wood Country Clubs. Priced $39,900.
MODEL OPEN 1-5 DAILY

Companion with car for
middle-aged woman. Write
Box 758, The Jewish News,
17100 W. 7 Mi. Rd., Detroit,
Mich. 48235.

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER would like oc-
casional babysitter. Day-time. LI 3-2913.
References.

18150 Alta Vista

Ranch, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
24x24 paneled family room,
large living room-dining room
combination. Finished recr.
room with bar, maid's room and
bath. Large landscaped patio.
Carpeting, drapes and other
quality features. Ready to move
in. Asking $30,500.

Jewish Music Festival Starts March 6

22—REAL ESTATE WANTED

5 blks. N. of 10 Mi. 34 Blk W. of
Southfield

OPEN SUN. 2-5

40—EMPLOYMENT

We will improve your income

WO 2-8698

MATURE CAPABLE
WOMAN FOR LARGE
REAL ESTATE FIRM
(Livernois-8 Mi. Area)
Diversified duties! Typing
a must. New modern of-
fice. Full and part time
openings.
Phone 883-4000 for appt.

RECEPTIONIST

for leading dance studio. Part-time
afternoons. Pleasing personality and
phone voice for arranging appoint-
ments. Must type. Adults.

CALL LI 7-4470

BEST DEAL IN TOWN

for salespersons experi-
enced in home improve-
- ment sales, such as siding,
storm windows, additions
and kitchens.

25511 SOUTHFIELD RD.
SUITE 111

Nachum Yud, Poet on
Daily Forward, 77

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
NEW YORK — Funeral services

were held We dnesday for
Nachum • Yud, (Yarusalimchik),
the noted Yiddish poet and author,
who died at his home here at age
77. He was a member of the edi-
torial staff of the Jewish Daily
Forward.
Born in Russia, Nachum Yud
came to this country in 1916 and
established himself as a talented
writer of fables with many of his
books used in Yiddish schools. His
works were published in many
Yiddish periodicals.

40-A—EMPLOYMENT WANTED

50—BUSINESS CARDS

EXPERIENCED MAN wants part-time
work. Men's Furnishings or Men's
Shoes. Retired. UN 4-3483.

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

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

50—BUSINESS CARDS

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and
Office Furniture

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

PLASTERING service. Fine, expert
workmanship. Reasonable prices. Free
estimates. Alfred Thomas. UN 3-8929.

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

55—MISCELLANEOUS

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

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

LIQUIDATING ! ! !

Desks
19.50
Portables
29.50
Royals
39.50
IBM
69.50
C heckw riters
29.50
ALL GUARANTEED—NO JUNK
22741 Woodward
548 - 6404

DECORATING, interior, exterior paint-
ing. Small carpenter work. Clean and
quick service. Call Bill Powell. 542-3270. FOR SALE — Electric stair glide with
seat. Excellent condition. Seen
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter swivel
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. DR by appt. Phone UN 3-7866.
3-4826, LI 5-4035.

55-A—MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

2.

We will pay you while training

3.

We will guarantee you 52 pay checks or more per year

4.

Blue Cross-life insurance benefits

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

5.

No canvassing — Appointments only

UN 2-6047

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

56—ANTIQUES

Join a company that has
been in business 59 years.

This is the design of the poster announcing the 1966 Jewish
Music Festival to be held throughout the country from March 6 to
April 6 under the auspices of the National Jewish Music Council,
sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Board.

543-4832

WE NEED 50,000 BOOKS
For our annual used book
sale. Brandeis U. Women's
Comm. Book donations tax de-
ductable. For pick-up

DI 1-2461

56—ANTIQUES

ANTIQUES

OIL PAINTINGS

SEE MR. BENJAMIN

CRANBROOK MOTEL

20500 JAMES COUZENS

18th and 19th century originals originating from large private collections
in England and France. Largest selection ever offered in the midwest.
Sold for realistic prices.

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday

KINGSLEY INN

W. 8 MILE AND JAMES COUZENS

Woodward So. of Long Lake Rd.

SUNDAY, FEB. 27, 9:30 A.M. - 5 P.M.

MI 4-1400

Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

$500,000 Gift to Brandeis
Just 'Token of Friendship'

WALTHAM, Mass. — The chair-

I man of the board of the Star Mar-

ket Co. has given brick-and-mortar
substance to a dedicated friend-
ship with a high-school' classmate
through a major gift to Brandeis
University.
The $500,000 gift from Stephen
1 P. Mugar has underwritten con-
struction of a research center
I which will bear the name of Bos-
ton lawyer Benjamin Brown, one
of Mugar's closest friends.
Ground - breaking ceremonies
for the new facility, which will
house the research component
of Brandeis' Florence Heller
Graduate School for Advanced
Social Studies in Social Wel-
fare, will be held on the campus
at noon, Saturday. A luncheon
will follow in the Brandeis Fa .-
culty Center.
Dr. Robert C. Wood, undersecre-
tary of the department of housing
and urban development, will be
principal speaker at the dedica-
tion ceremonies.
The gift from Mugar, who has
donated more than $4,000,000 to
Brandeis and seven other New
England educational institutions,
follows a continuing pattern in that
the building is being named for
someone other than himself, be-
cause, a Mugar said, "that's one
of the pleasures I get from giv-
ing."

$240,000 for HUC on Coast.-
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — The

Hebrew Union College school here,
the California branch of the Re-
form seminary, has announced a
gift of $240,000 from Walter S.
Hilborn, Jewish leader and philan-
thropist, for construction of the
school's new building when it
moves to a site near the University
of Southern California campus.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
the - seminary, has designated that
the new building's chapel be named
in honor of the donor, a member
of the new Jewish Institute of
Religion board of governors.
When the new school is in
operation, there will be an aca-
demic relationship with the Uni-
versity of Southern California,
under which there will be mutual
exchange of academic credits,
joint use of facilities and faculty
supervision of students partici-
pating in the joint programs.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, February 25, 1966

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