17—HOUSES FOR SALE
OAK PARK RANCH
Why pay rent when you can assume
high mortgage, low interest rates
and monthly payments of $146 in-
cluding taxes and insurance. Move
in to this 3 bedroom center en-
trance ranch home with den, 2 full
baths, finished recr. room, gas heat
and central air-conditioning. Any
reasonable offer accepted.
DETROIT; OPEN SUN.
N. of Outer. Very pretty & immacu-
late 3 bed. brk. bung. fin. Rec. Rm.
w/extra lay. cent. air cond., carpet-
ing, drapes, excellent condition.
$18,900. Phone 353-2400.
GOLF CLUB AREA
Spacious 4-bedrm. C.E. brk. Col. 2 1/2
baths, Ige. liv. rm w/firepl. Sep. din.
rm., fin. Rec. Rm., Den, carpeting,
drapes, modern blt.-in formica
kitch., excellent condition. A buy
at $26,900! Phone 353-2400.
Elsea Realty Offers
tutoring. High school
Appraisal Course Series MATHEMATICS
teacher. B.S.. M.S. degrees. 17 years
A series of appraisal courses is
being offered by Elsea Realty and
The emphasis is practical, ac-
cording to Staunton M. Elsea,
president. "We not only aim to
give the salesman a working know-
ledge of economic trends and mar-
ket developments which affect real
estate values in general, but we
force him to apply that knowledge
to actual properties which he has
listed and sold."
The first of these courses was
held in October and November for
39 members of the Elsea sales
staff. They are conducted by
Ralph Lipshaw and Leo Majzels,
both of whom are professional real
estate appraisers and realtors, with
many years of extensive sales ex-
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
Brk. clean 6 rm. decorated,
nat. firepl., modern tile
kitch., tile bath, full base.,
gas ht., cor. drive, 2-car gar.,
extra lot incl. F.H.A. only
$895 dn. Ask for Mr. Kalfuss.
Beautiful quality 4-bedrm. brk.
ranch, 2 full baths, lovely kitchen
w/pan. eating area, fin. rec. rm.
with bar, extra bath, terms avail-
Southfield's Finest Area
Lot 83x134 — $8,000
SECRETARY, legal, typing and dicta-
tion. $368 per month, downtown, 965-
CLERK and delivery person — days.
Semil-retired considered. Apply North-
gate Drugs, 25258 Greenfield, Oak Park.
LIVE IN housekeeper. UN 3-8793.
of dictaphone and office machines
I helpful. $300. month to start. Fringe
benefits. LI 7-5015.
For downtown Jewish Agency. One
who has good office training and
likes to work with people. Experi-
ence helpful but not important.
Call MRS. VASS.
DRIVERS and helpers for moving fur-
niture and appliances. Apply 8829
SELLING REAL ESTATE ...
Can be a rewarding profession.
Enjoy the finest working en-
vironment with our progressive
company. Our expansion plans
can include you. We train you.
Evening classes will start soon.
Stop in — or phone LI 8-1500!
Ask for Ron Galperin.
40 - A — EMPLOYMENT WANTED
RELIABLE woman will care for one
or more children in my home. 861-
SOUTHFIELD. Sacrificing last 86x132 lot
on Midway. Beautifully established area.
All improvements. EL 6-9026, 398-3370.
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age. pianos, appliances, household furn-
543 - 4832
Most desirable area in Southfield,
with sewer, water, paving. Ready
for bldg. Lots sold to builders or
DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290
Magnificent modern 2-story
home, 3 bedrms., 2 baths up,
1 bedrm w/11/2 baths dn.,
exquisit family rm., deluxe
kitch. w/all bit-ins., rec. rm.,
2-car att. gar. w/circular
drive, cent. air cond. All
convenience. Ask for Mr.
PEOPLE who love to talk. Telephone
from office. $1.25 per hour. 9 a.m.-3
p.m. or 3 p.m.-9 p.m. 862-4972.
Coolidge S. of 10 Mi.
OPEN HOUSE SUN.
40 — EMPLOYMENT
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
S. of 8 Mi. E. of Evergreen
Lovely 3 bed. ranch. Henry Ford -
High, close by. 1 bath, 2 lays. Break-
fast area, separate din. El. Many
extras. 01.- ner moving. Assume G.I.
We have one of the few remaining
lots in this desirable area. For
information, call 353-2400.
Originally 6 stores, now 2 single
and 2 double stores. Florida owner
will sacrifice for S7,500—Terms. We
do sell more properties each month
than any other firm in Michigan—
Let us sell yours.
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. BR
3-4826, LI 5-4035.
LARKINS MOVING CO.
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior
UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after 6:30.
Bldg. with 60'
on Livernois in*. 7 Mi. Over
6,000 sq. ft. Air cond. Ideal
for almost any type of busi-
ness. Out of town widow must
sell. Easy terms. Ask for Mr.
Imagine 3 Bedrooms, 2 1 /2 baths,
paneled family rm., country
kitchen with combination oven
and range, face brick, full base-
ment, paved lot plus many more
features. Other models priced front
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, . Florida, Utah, California,
Texas( Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
9970 GRAND RIVER
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
MATH SPECIALIST. Tutoring grades
3-8 in modern math. Call 541-3735.
BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish,
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254.
Score of Cantata, "Joseph and His Brothers," commissioned by
the National Jewish Welfare Board as the major musical work on
a Jewish theme in celebration of its golden jubilee, is presented to
Sanford Solender (right), executive vice president of JWB, by
Robert Starer (center), the composer. A JWB committee under the
chairmanship of Rabbi Avraham Soltes (left), chairman of JWB's
National Jewish Music Council, commissioned Starer to compose
the cantata and guided him in the selection and development of the
Biblical theme. Scored for full orchestra and choir, as well as for
performance by soloists, mixed chorus, organ or piano, the new
work will have its world premiere at Carnegie Hall, New York,
Jan. 22. The occasion will be a special concert under the auspices
of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation in memorial tribute to
Arturo Toscanini. William Steinberg, conductor of the Pittsburgh
Symphony Orchestra, will direct a full symphony orchestra for the
cantata's premiere. The Camerata Singers will be conducted by
Abraham Kaplan, and Marian Anderson will be guest narrator.
Israelis Allowed to Pay in Own Currency
for Visits of Relatives From Russia
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Repre-
sentatives of the official Soviet
travel agency in Israel indicated
that Israelis may pay in local cur-
rency for visits of their relatives
from the Soviet Union.
The announcement paralleled
reports that Israel does not plan
to take any action for the time
being to clarify Soviet Premier
Alexei Kosygin's recent statement
that Soviet Jews would be allowed
to visit relatives. in , Israel or even
The premier made the state-
ment in reply to a question at a
press conference Dec. 3 in Paris
during an official visit to France.
The Israel government is wait-
ing to see whether the Soviets
really mean to remove existing
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
Jews in Romania, Poland
BUCHAREST (JTA) — The
Federation of Jewish Communities
in Romania reported Tuesday it
had completed fencing around the
ancient Jewish cemetery of Jassy,
using prefrabricated sections for
the mile-long fence.
Cemeteries in several provincial
towns, including Cluj, were fenced
earlier last year but there are
several such fencing projects
which will be completed within
this year. The federation also re-
ported it had recently repaired
ritual baths in several towns where
Jews are still resident.
JWB Commissions Musical Work
2 - 5
experience—Modern mathematics. 353-
Friday, January 6, 1967-37
SEWING MACHINE operators. Exper-
ienced on power machines. Apply, WO.
MT. VERNON VILLAS
Nr. Bnai David Syn. Beautiful lge.
NEW 4 bedrm. Colonial, Family
Rm., Sliding doorwalls, 2 1/2 baths,
-att. garage ,kitchen bit.-ins. Many
luxury features. 70' lot, immed.
occup. Your dream come true'
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Adds, subtracts, multiplies to 11
Column Total. Has Cred. Bal. $135
with 90 day guarantee.
Metropolitan Typewriter Co.
18050 James Couzens
Open 8 to 5 or call for eve. app't.
Knesset Bill Enables
Divorces for Mates of
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A bill
that will enable mates of different
religions to obtain a divorce in
Israel was introduced into the
Knesset, Israel's parliament, Tues-
day by Justice Minister Yaacov
Under the present law, dissolu-
tion of mixed marriages is impos-
sible in Israel since laws of mar-
riage and divorce are governed by
religious authorities and no civil
or religious court has jurisdiction
over both husband and wife.
The bill is intended to give
civil courts the power to issue
declaratory judgments under which
such marriages contracted abroad
can be dissolved.
Repair Communal Areas
At -the same time, it was re-
ported that a special committee
of the Jewish Social and Cul-
tural Association and the Lublin
Jewish community has been
formed to restore and guard the
150-year-old Lublin Jewish ceme-
tery in Poland.
The cemetery is the site of an
obelisk commemorating the Jews
murdered by the Nazis which was
erected immediately after the war.
More trees are being planted and
new fences erected. Substantial al- .
locations for the work have been.
made by the Polish government,
the Lublin City Council and the
National Council for Monuments
of the Struggle and Martyrdom.
The entire project is scheduled
for completion by next spring:
barriers to - visits or immigration
by Soviet Jews, it was indicated.
Meanwhile, in London, nego-
tiations were reported under
way between the Board of
Deputies of British Jews and
other Jewish organizations
about the composition of a dele-
gation which will seek to call on
Premier Kosygin during his
visit to London starting Feb. 6.
A leading member of the board
said that a number of Jewish or-
ganizations seemed to be anxious
to join the delegation for public
relations purposes even though
the board is the accepted repre-
sentative body of British Jewry.
It was noted that the negotia-
tions had an air of unreality be-
cause there has been no indica-
tion that the Soviet premier
would be willing to meet with a
Jewish delegation to discuss the
problems of Soviet Jews. Prev-
ious experience, it was pointed
out, strongly suggested he would
do no such thing.
A government source said that
Premier Harold Wilson was ex-
pected to discuss the Middle East
with the Soviet premier, among
other issues, and that he would
present to Kosygin the British
stand for a ban on shipments of
arms to the region, as was indi-
cated by Foreign Secretary
George Brown in Parliament re-
However, the source said, it
was very doubtful whether Wil-
son would bring up the subject
of Soviet Jews.
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