17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
MARK TWAIN-VASSAR, Jas.
Couz. Area-Well kept 2 bed-
rm. brk. bung. basement,
garage. Bath with vanity. Ex-
cell. neighborhood. A fine
starter home or for retirees.
Let Geller Really
3 bedroom brick, car-port, new car-
peting and drapes, air-conditioned.
Large lot, beautiful outdoor patio.
Gas heat. Full price $15,500.
Manage your flats, stores,
OPEN SUN. 2-5
Excep. 4-bdrm. col., ft. libr., rear
fain. rm., 2 bdrms., bath on third
floor. All lge. rms. Fin. recr. rm.
Separate breakfast rm. First time
SHELDON ROSS REAL ESTATE
OUR FINEST-3 bedrm. ranch
in a splendid Oak Pk. neigh-
borhood, Separate dining room,
Den. tiled base.. nicely land-
scaped lot. A fine home for
raising children. $20;500.
bedrm. Fieldstone ranch, sep-
arate dining rm., Den, roomy
kitchen, w/table space, tiled
basement, Rec. Rm. w/firepl.,
black marble firepl. in liv. rm.,
fabulous blt.-ins, luxury extras.
This is an exceptional value
GOLF CLUB AREA - 18625
Warrington Dr. Luxury 4
bedrm. eust. Colonial, 2 1/2
baths,- pan, libr. w/firepl., all
elec. kitchen, 1st flr. powder
rm., pan. Rec. Rm., elec. eye
garage, garden patio w/barbe-
que. Hampton School. A mag-
nificent home $37,500. Ask
for Mr. Rosenzweig.
Six 3-bedroom Colonials, full din.
rm. Family Rm., Extras included.
TANGLEWOOD SUB. in SOUTH-
GAY-SMITH HOMES, Inc.
Stratford N. df Oak Park Blvd.
&bedroom brick contemporary, new
carpets, drapes, finished basement,
large lot with trees. Assume 4,1/2%
FHA mortgage. • LI 5-5440. NO
4-bedroom Etkin ranch, 2 baths,
family room; central air-condition-
ing. Lovely kitchen. 2-car garage,
sprinkler - system. Many extras.
Coolidge S. of 10 Mile
7 yr. old 3 bed. brk. ranch, beauti-
fully carpeted, modern tile kitch.
w/blt-in oven, range. Private patio
plus other fine features. 1st time
offered. A steal at $18,700. Assume
F.H.A. mtge. & save. Call Mr.
Nathan H. Knoppow 863-4200
Modern Cape Cod home with 1 bed-
room on first floor and 2 bedrooms
up. Den, living room, and dining
room. New carpeting, closed_in
porch plus finished basement with
maid's room and complete bath-
room. 2-car garage. Excellent bus
LI. 7 - 1717
8 MILE - EVERGREEN area. 3 bedroom
brick ranch, 11/2 baths, tiled basement,
carpeting and drapes. Shopping close
by. Near schools. Shown by appt. only.
17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
25820 Woodville Place
Coll Weekdays betw. 9 a.m. & 5 p.m.
3-bedroom ranch, large screened
porch, finished basement, and many
other extras. Excellent location, Key
school district. Phone for appt.
Most desirable area in Southfield,
with sewer, water, paving. Ready
•for bldg. Lots sold to builders or
DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290
First offering - s-bedroom brick
ranch with attached car-port. 14x14
screened porch. On large lot.
Newly decorated, carpeting, drapes,
storms and screens, gas heat. Can
assume 43/4% mortgage.
OPEN SUN. 2-5
Brick ranch - 3 bedrooms, den, 2 1/2
baths, lovely carpeting and drapes.
Many fine features. Custom built
SOUTHFIELD, 4 lots fully approved,
ready to go'. 566-4638.
1 ACRE LOT
Beautiful countryfied area. Lo-
cated on Glen Eyrie between Ink-
ster and Beech-Daly Road, off 10
Mile. Water on lot, gas in area.
Call Mr. Slavin
Between Evergreen & Lahser
Beautiful park like setting. Land-
scaping and shrubs. Sprinkling
system. Sewer. $16,500.
Off 13 Mi. Rd.
2 blocks N. of 8 Mi., 2
blks. W. of Coolidge . . .
Charming brick ranch, 3
bedrooms, G.E. air-condi-
tioner, slate -marble - tile
throughout. Cozy fire-
place. Cast iron fixtures.
By Owner - No agents please!!
Open Sun. 3-6 p.m. or by oppt.
any day. We welcome your
AUG. 24, 25, 26
Roma Hall - Livonia. 27777
BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish,
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254.
"Modern Moth" problems?
Trouble with English?
Weak in study skills?
Prepare now for a successful school
MODERN INSTITUTE OF
MATHEMATICS and ENGLISH
18244 W. McNichols
WANTED-Lady to help drive my car
to Florida. Leaving September. UN
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
Texas( Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
Schoolcroft (next to Detroit Race
1-10 p.m. Free Park-
ing. Air-conditioned. Door prizes.
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
BEIGE and blue curved sofa. Window
table and dining room set. 353-6929,
call after 7 p. m.
G.E. STOVE, refrigerator, portable
dishwasher, mangle, automatic ,washer
and dryer, Woodaard porch furniture,
Assorted chairs, lamps, table. Like
new. UN 1-1974. ,
Morris Posner, 77;
Built an Israeli
Home for Orphans
Morris Posner, 77, of 811 Lafay-
ette Towers West, 'died Monday.
Funeral services were held at He-
9970 GRAND RIVER
brew Memorial Chapel Tuesday.
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
He is survived by his wife, Edith;
brothers, Isadore of Lansing and
Max; and a sister, Mrs. Charles
WANTED-Riders to share expenses
Leaving (Ida) Goldschlag.
and driving to California.
about Sept. 1. 931-2474.
Together with his wife, he had
established. about 15 years ago, a
home for 80 orphans in Bnai Brak,
Israel, at the Ponevezh Yeshiva
Companion to accompany and stay
supervised by Rabbi Joseph Ka-
with elderly woman in Florida
apartment for 10 months. Must be
cheerful, cooporative and willing to
He also has aided the work of
and willing to do light housekeep-
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, sup-
ing in apartment. Air transporta-
tion paid and also salary.
ported the West Coast Talmudical
Write Box 778
Academy in Los• Angeles and has
aided many • individuals of all
The Jewish News
17100 W. 7 Mile
Born in Lodz, he came to this
Detroit, Mich. 48235
country at the age of 11. He first
PERSON with own transportation. settled in San Francisco and be-
7 Mile - Greenfield area. For child care, I fore coming to Detroit lived in
2 girls, 5 and 1. Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday evenings, 5 p. m. - 9:30 p. rn. Bay City and Saginaw. He was a
used industrial machinery dealer
MARKET needs chicken cutter. Part- and a financier and at one time
time. Call DI 1-4525.
operated 45 surplus stores in
RETIRED dry goods person. Part or Michigan.
Insured Driveway System
HUNTINGTON WOODS' PROPER
"Let Us Help You Sell Your Home"
Sunday Office Hours 11 - 5
OPEN SUN. 2-5
I 38-Friday, August 19, 1966
full-time. Apply 19146 Schaefer.
SLEEP IN housekeeper wanted. Adults
only. Northwest area. 341-2803.
40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior
UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after 6;30.
On Livernois nr. 7 Mi.
Dr. Bruno Kisch,
BAD NEUHEIM, Germany -
Dr. Bruno Z. Kisch, eminent cardi-
ologist and medical historian who
was medical director of Yeshiva
University from 1938 to 1962, died
here Aug. 11 at age 76.
Dr. Kisch, a native of Prague,
Czechoslovakia, joined the faculty
of Yeshiva University shortly
after his arrival in the United
States from Germany.
In addition to his duties as med-
ical director, he also served as
professor of philosophy and his-
tory of science. He had been pro-
fessor of physiology, bio-chemistry
and experimental medicine at the
University of Cologne for 11 years
before he was forced to flee Nazi
persecution in 1938.
In 1949, Dr. Kisch organized the
American College of Cardiologists
and served as the organization's
president from 1951 to 53. He was
also a developer of the world's
first electronic microscope which
was introduced in 1952.
In 1952 Dr. Kirsch broke a vow
never to return to Germany when
he was invited by the Bonn gov-
ernment to deliver the opening ad-
dress at the silver jubilee session
of the German Cardiological So-
ciety. He was a founder of the
society, the first of its kind in
A man of varied interests, Dr.
Kisch served as curator of Yale
University's Edward Clark Streeter
Collection of Weights and Meas-
ures, and was a consultant of the
Smithsonian Institute on this sub-
Dr. Kisch was in Germany for
health reasons at the time of his
death. He lived in Brooklyn.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth
Kisch-Arndt, who is an assistant
professor of music at Yeshva
University's . Stern College for
Women; a son and two daughters.
Interment took place Tuesday in
Jack Newman, Former
Detroiter, Dies in L. A.
While delivering a eulogy for
his friend, Joseph Spiegelman, at
the Hillside Memorial Park in
Los Angeles, Jack Newman, well-
known former Detroiter, collapsed
and died at the age of 66.
Mr. Newman, a former art di-
rector of the Jewish Culture Club
and the Institute of Jewish Edu-
cation in Los Angeles, was known
as an able orator, as an actor and
He is survived by his wife, Edith,
of 1319 Sunset Plaza Drive, Los
Angeles, and two daughters. Mrs.
Shirley Freiberger and Mrs. Nao-
JERUSALEM (JTA) - David
Palombo. a well-known Israeli
sculptor, died here Aug. 13 when
a motor scooter which he was rid- .
ing crashed into a chain road
barrier on Mount Zion. He was
100 ROOM HOTEL
in his early 30s.
Recently refinished-82 permanent
Mr. Palombo executed the im-
tenants, convenient to Detroit in-
dustrial district, shows good net-
pressive metal gates of the Tent
$90,000. We do sell more proper-
of Remembrance at the Yad Va-
ties each month than any other
firm in Michigan. Let us sell yours.
shem,. the memorial to the martyrs
VI 1.1400 of the holocaust, as well as the
gates to the new Knesset .Building
LOT and house for sale. To be zoned which will be officially dedicated Sarah Lipowicz, 65;
ERO. 165x385. 25646 Lahser Road, this fall. Only last week, the
Southfield, call 357-5029.
United Nations Educational. Scien- Active Club Woman
Sarah Woodberg Lipowicz, 18471
and Cultural Organization
awarded him a scholarship for Burt, died Monday at age 65. She
was a member of several groups.
study in Japan.
Full - Time
the Israel Club, Yiddish Folks
Farein and Bialostoker and Bob-
Journalist A. G. Benesch brisker aid societies.
WASHINGTON - Aaron G.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Lipowicz
Benesch, newspaperman for more lived in Detroit 43 years. She
than 50 years in St. Louis and leaves her husband, Jack: a son,
Washington, died here at age 73. Louis Woodberg; a daughter,
Mr. Benesch, a former managing
two sisters, Mrs. Kauf-
LARKINS MOVING CO. editor of the St. Louis Globe- Jeanette;
man (Bertha) Lederman of New
York and Mrs. Louis (Minnie)
associate editor of the Newhouse
National News Service in Wash- Kaslofsky of Brooklyn; and three
HOUSEKEEPER and nursing care for
one or two elderly people. 273-8759.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
sale, 'over 6,000 sq. ft. with
• 60' of busy attractive front-
age. Air cond.. • ideal for any
business. Easy terms. Widow
must sell. Ask for Mr. Shook.
K;11Pel in Crash
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age. pianos, appliances, household furn-
UN 2 - 6047
543 - 4832
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.
Stops Itch-Relieves Pain
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amazing of all - results were so thor-
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
be a problem!" The secret is a new
healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)- dis-
covery of a world-famous research
institute. This substance is now avail-
able in suppository or ointment form,
called PrepRPration H®. At all drug
Celia Michaels, 73
Celia Lewis Michaels, former
Detroiter of Richmond, Va., died
Sunday at age 73. Mrs. Michaels,
who lived most of her life in De-
troit, also made her home more
recently in Miami Beach and six
months ago moved to Richmond.
Chicago-born, Mrs. Michaels was
a former member of Temple Beth
El Sisterhood and Franklin Hills
She leaves her husband, Louis:
two sons, Hal and Edward Burnett
of New York; a daughter, Mrs.
Donald J. (Josephine) Lane; five
grandchildren and two great-