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May 13, 1966 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

OAK PARK

Custom 4-bdrm. centrally air-cond.
Ranch. 21/2 baths, pan. den, 2 1/2-car
attached gar. Sprink. system. Con-
venient to Synagogues, Schools,
shopping. $44,900.

LI 5-0996

BY OWNER

bedroom brick - ranch. Immed. oc-
cupancy. Gas heat, drapes and car-
peting. Automatic sprinkling sys-
tem. Finished recr. room. Many
extras. On Marlowe near Norfolk.
For appt.

342-3377

-

HUNTINGTON WOODS
13337 LUDLOW

Colonial. 3 good size bedrooms, 11/2
baths. Brick and new top quality in-
sulated aluminum siding. Beautiful
modern kitchen with eating area.
Large separate dining room, 18 ft.
living room with natural fireplace,
screened porch. 1 1/2 car garage. Fin-
ished basement. C a Ty e tin g and
drapes like new. Owner moving out
of state. $28,500.

544-0845

SOUTHFIELD

28440 LAHSER
OPEN SAT. 1-6
SUN. 1-5

beim 11 & 12 Mi. Rd.
3 bedrm. col., 2 1/2 baths, spanking
brand new. Will finish to suit.

OCCUPANCY 60 DAYS

16360 MARYLAND

W. of Greenfield, N. of 91/2. 3
bedrm. Col. 2-car attached gar-
age, 1st floor laundry.

OCCUPANCY 120 DAYS

16075 HARDEN CIRCLE

4 bedrms., Del. Col. blt-in appli-
ances, Family Rm. & Firepl.

OCCUPANCY 120 DAYS

Will build to suit on other avail-
able home sites. For further in-
formation call

CARDINAL

Quality Home Builders, Inc.
564-6136
542-0910

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS
DELUXE COLONIAL

Four bedroom traditional colo-
nial with 3,000 sq. ft. of gracious
living area; large center en-
trance foyer with winding stair-
case; four separate bathrooms
and utility room on first floor;
unusual floor plan with library,
full sized dining room and extra
large family room. At this point
you can decorate to suit your
taste. Priced at $61,500. Other
homes as low as $43,500.

Shown by Appointment

DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290

SOUTHFIELD

REALTY

40

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

9- Mile - Southfield Area

2 choice lots situated in this beau-
tiful residential section. Surround-
ed by $40,000 homes. Size 86x130.
Price $7,950 each. Also 3 lots on 9
Mile Rd. near Southfield. Ideal for
doctor or psychiatrist. Lots include
gas, water, sewers.

$8,000
$6,500
$3,600

Call UN 4-4600

800 FT. on Startford, West of Pierce.
Southfield Highlands. No. 1 Sub. LI
7-0167.

Southfield

SHERWOOD VILLAGE
105' Frontage
Completely Improved
25820 Woodville Place

Call Weekdays betw. 9 o.m. & 5 p.m.

357-2501

120 FT. frontage lot. Washington
Heights. Call LI 6-9654.

17-D-ACREAGE FOR SALE

SEE SALESMAN AT MODEL IN
OAK PARK CORNER BALFOUR
AND CHURCH

Open Every Day and Sun. from
Noon till 6 P.M. (Closed Thur.)

SAM IITI BLDG. CO .

KE 2-5461

EL 6-8628

LAKE LOT

Franklin Hills Country Club area.
By owner. Beautiful sloping 1 1/1 acre
lot with frontage on Coventry Lake.
Gas and sewer available. $14,500.

PHONE MA 6-2010

Friday, May 13, 1966-37

LADY with experience in nursing older
people wishes job. Excellent references.
931-4697.

Cocktail lounge near the race
track in Livonia. Hot spot!
a
(Grossing over $10,000
month.) Beautiful building and
equipment. Owner has other in-
terests. Minimum $40,000 cash
required. Will consider some
real estate or contracts in trade
Contact us now! Stan Loomis,
Broker, 521 N. Washington,
Lansing.

A Dedication Sabbath will be presented by the faculty and board
of Telshe Yeshivah June 10 and 11, announces Abraham L. Adel-
stein, board chairman. Hundreds of visitors from all over the country
are expected for the event, which will serve to dedicate the new
campus at 28400 Euclid, Wickliffe, 0. after the tragic fire in 1963. The
deans of Telshe Yeshivah are Rabbi Boruch Sorotzkin and Rabbi
Mordecai Gifter. Sabbath meals will be served in the Yeshivah din-
ing hall, and arrangements are being made for hotel accommodations
for all out-of-town guests. The dedication of the new Beis Medrash,
culminating the rebuilding program and named in memory of the
Roshei Hayeshivah. Rabbis Elijah M. Bloch and Ch. Mordecai Katz
will take place June 12.

ESTABLISHED dress shop. 25 years
same location. WO 1-1847.

Choni and His Big Feet ... Press
Tradition . . . First Hebrew Victory

PARTNER OR MANAGER

to organize a Company. Local or
Nationwide. Active accounts, good
name, good product. Not sold in
discount houses. Send resume.

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)
It was reported recently that
10622 Morons
the 80th birthday of Choni was
Detroit
celebrated in Israel with a banquet.
Choni is a forgotten figure in
50-BUSINESS CARDS
America
today-, but 20 and 30 years
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after ago everyone in Jewish public life
6:30.
knew him. On the establishment of
the Jewish State, he left for Israel

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

19-D--INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

and seemingly has carved out an
illustrious career there also.

He had no means of livelihood
but found that unnecessary. If he
wished to attend a Zionist Con-
ft. frontage, bldg.-
171
gress in Switzerland or visit Eur-
60x70-20 ft. ceiling truck
543-4832 ope, he would arrange a farewell
UN 2-6047
door. Zoned ML. $60,000.
party to himself to raise the funds.
VI 1-1400
ELSEA
He would hold the farewell parties
LARKINS MOVING CO. annually or semi-annually as the
22-REAL ESTATE WANTED
circumstances - required.
Household and
On the birthday of the great
Office Furniture

SOUTHFIELD

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

Will rent, manage, sell

your property. Your stores

or shop.

GELLER

Zionist lady, Mrs. Archie Silver-
man, he sent her a beautiful bou-
quet of flowers C.O.D. He was
always a gentleman.

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

TY, 8-3081

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

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

26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE

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

KINGSVILLE AREA

Beautifully furnished face
brick 6 room year round beach
front home. Auto. heat, tile
features. Extra landscaped
lot, 100 ft. sandy safe beach
Every city convenience. Gar-
age. On beautiful Lake Erie.
Immed. possession.

WALL WASHING, 20 years experience.
Call after 5:30 p.m. 864-2936.

VIENNA FURRIER. Re-modeling,

re-

pairs. Reasonable prices. DI 1-0462.

EXPERT tailoring for ladies, men. Rea-
sonable prices. LI 8-5416.

.

J. WM. KLEM
UN 4-4600

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

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

MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school
teacher, B.S., M.S. degrees. 16 years
experience. Modern mathematics. 353-
3562.

31-TRANSPORTATION

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

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

40-EMPLOYMENT

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

COUPLE will care for home while own-
ers away for summer. Pay utilities and
upkeep lawn. References. WO 4.8476-
KE 3-8756.

KAR AID PRODUCTS

LAKE FRONT Summer home for rent,
for -July. 4 Bdrms., excellent swimming.
50 minutes from Detroit. $110 a week.
LI 2-4725.

$26,500
$21,500
$29,900
$31,500

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

HOUSEKEEPER for working people or
care for invalids. 533-8201.

Phone (517) 489-5062

IN SOUTHFIELD
RANCHES AND COLONIALS






to work spring and summer with
teen age boys and girls. Good pay.
Excellent working conditions. Im-
mediate opening. For appt. call
Mr. George, 398-0022.

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

J. Wm. KLEM

ONO LIEN11000 SU.B .

and Range, Dishwasher, Disposal,
lnsu la t e d wood windows and
screens. Center entrances, etc.

Telshe Yeshivah Dedication Tune 10.11

AMBITIOUS COLLEGE STUDENT

26-A-LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT

Large Family Rooms, 2-car attach.
garage, built-in Frigidaire, oven

EMPLOYMENT

.

ROSELAND WOODS

1. 120Z200
2. 120x200
3.- 98x120

-

PERSON wanted for pawn shop. Willing
to learn. WO 1-3884.

56-ANTIQUES

ANTIQUE SALE & SHOW
ROTUNDA COUNTRY INN

3250 Pine Lake Rd. June 6, 7, & 8.
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. $1.25 admission.
Finest selection of collectors items.

335-9676

Jerusalem Barber

Gets Three _Gifts
From Humphrey

He got along without work. It
wasn't that he was opposed in
principle to work. He simply had
an allergy to it. Actually, he al-
ways manifested deep sympathy
for the workingman.
At a banquet in Israel, Choni,
according to a report, told how he
got hold of his first dollar in
America. He was penniless, he said,
on arrival. Passing a department
store, he noticed a sign claiming
the store had everything. A re-
ward of $10 would be paid, the
sign said, if the store could not
supply any article desired.

Choni knew he had them. He
went in and asked for a pair of
shoes. The storekeeper took a look
and admitted defeat and turned
over the ten dollars. Choni's feet
are almost astronomical in size. It
was his big feet which had in fact
kept him from serving in the
Czar's army. Even the Russian
Army commissary had no shoes
large enough.

In this day, when automation
threatens to throw so many out of
work, the case of Choni offers re-
assurance. After all, is work as
necessary as it is cracked up to be?
* * *
With three daily papers in New
York suspending on account of a
strike, the thought occurs, how
did the ancients manage without
papers? There are those who hold
that the ancients were acquainted
with many arts which later were
lost, so maybe they had news-
papers. There surely are a great
many stories in the Bible which
would have made juicy newspaper
reading. There is the Cain and
Abel episode. Maybe the papers
then captioned it: BROTHER
HELD IN THE SLAYING OF AD-
AM'S SON.

JERUSALEM (ZINS) - A Jeru-
salem barber last week experienc-
ed one of the most pleasant mom-
ents of his life. In the VIP room
of the elegant King David Hotel
a United States representative pre-
sented the barber with a large
photograph of Vice President Hu-
bert H. Humphrey, together with
an admission card to the U.S. Sen-
ate and a gold pin. The friend-
ship between Vice President Hum-
phrey and the Jerusalem barber
dates back seven years when Hum-
phrey first Visited the barbership.
From time to time the barber cor-
responded with his American
friend and always received replies
And the caption of another story
to his leters. Last week the bar-
ber received the three gifts ac- might have been: CITY OF SIN
companied by an inscription "To REDUCED TO ASHES.
What a great newspaper story the
My Dear Friend Ephraim Mizrachi
Flood must have been! I have of-
of Jerusalem."

ten wondered if the forecast for

that event had been Showers. I
suspect the prediction was fair
weather. Anyway, I am sure, who-
ever wrote the newspaper story of

it then must have compared it with
the blizzard of 1888.
* * *
Today in America, thousands
study Hebrew. Colleges and
high schools offer courses in it,
but Sol Cohen, the veteran Long
Island Zionist leader, who has just
passed away, could tell of a dif-
ferent climate prevailing yester-

year.
Sol Cohen, along with Dr. Eman-
uel Neumann and the late Dr. Ab-
ba Silver, were members of the

Dr. Herzl Club, the first young
peoples Zionist society. When the
club announced a play in Hebrew,

the superintendent of the Educa-
tional Alliance refused to allow
the use of the hall, saying it was
unpatriotic to speak Hebrew-
Sol Cohen went to see Jacob
Sapirstein, editor of the Jewish
Morning Journal, and the editor
gave the superintendent an ulti-
matum. If the boys were not al-
lowed to produce the play, the
Morning Journal would editorially

condemn the Educational Alliance.
So the first battle for Hebrew
in America was won!
Sol Cohen lived and breathed
Zionism. He worked not only for
the Zionist organization but would
go around privately gathering sup-
plies to send to the Haluzim. The
secretary of the Continental Con-
gress once said that the story of

the American Revolution would
never be really known since so
much of it never saw print. 'The
same thought applies to the inde-
pendence of the Jewish State. It
was the Sol Cohens who helped to
lay the foundations of the Jewish
State, but not much about their
activities ever got into printer's
ink.

Merged Library Groups
to Hold First Convention

PHILADELPHIA - Jewish li-
brarians from all over the U.S. will
gather at Gratz College here June
19-22 in the first convention of the
Association of Jewish Libraries,
recently created by the merger of
two national groups which for
years have carried on their work
separately.
The older of the two groups, the
Jewish Librarians' Association, was
founded in New York City in 1946
and at first comprised mainly aca-
demic and research librarians of
that city. Later it expanded to in-
clude some of the top librarians in
the country.
The younger and larger group
was organized in Atlantic City in
1962, consisting predominantly of
congregational and center librar-
ians who felt a need for profession-
alization and standardization.

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