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February 10, 1967 - Image 30

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30—Friday, February 10, 1967

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

17—HOUSES FOR SALE

DAVISON & EWALD CIRCLE

OAK PARK BRICK

rem. rm. vv/bar, gs. ht., 2-car garage.
6 rms., 3 bedrms., full basement,
new carpeting, F.H.A., conventional
terms. LI 3-7520.

MILLER BROS. REALTY

EVERGREEN - 8 ML AREA

3 bedroom brick ranch, 11/2 baths.
Near schools and transportation.
Conventional terms. $18,200. Im-
mediate possession. By owner.

KE 7-6105

Lahser-8 Mi.

OPEN SUN. 1-5

20194 Cooley. Newly decorated brick
ranch, 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, car-
peting, drapes, tiled basement. Gas
heat patio. Near transportation and
Henry Ford High School. $20,900.

KE 5-3714

111111.--

■ —•41110.-41110-410.---

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.

OPEN SUN. 1-5

18911 ADDISON
DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290

SOUTHFIELD

REALTY

OPEN SUN. 2-5
19909 KENTFIELD

Evergreen-8 Mile area. Lovely 3-
bedroom brick ranch. 3 large - bed-
rooms, beautiful kitchen, screened-
in porch, carpeting and drapes. Gas
heat. Excellent condition. Quick oc-
cupancy. Priced to sell.

ALTIN REALTY
10030 W. McNichols
862-0150

OAK PK—OPEN SUN. 2-5
13521 BURTON nr. COOLIDGE

Broadfront, 3 bedrm. face brk.
ranch, lge. kitch. Din. El., pan.
base. & bar, 1 1/2 baths, carpets,
drapes. 2 cr. gar., air conditioners.
$25,500. JOE MEDWED, UN 3-0700.

JULES M. KLEIN REALTY

For the discriminating home buy-
er, we offer a gracious_4 bedrm.
COLONIAL. Bedrm. & bath on
1st fir. Mast. suite & 2 more fam-
ily bedrms. on 2nd fir. Ultra
modern kitch., lge. breakfast
room, magnificently appointed
Family Rm. & Den. Tremendous
storage thruout house. Gas F.A.
ht. C. Ent., A.C., sprink. syst.,
2 1/2 att. gar. w/elec. eye.

RANCH IN THE CITY

Super Deluxe ranch in the City.
Mast. suite with complete Dress-
ing Rm. & Bath plus 2 other lge.
bedrms. and bath. Family Rm.,
lge. Living Rm., sep. dining rm.
Gas F.A. ht. cent. air cond.
sprink. syst. F.H.A. Val. $29,250.

LOTS

Two high picturesque lots on the
Banks of the FRANKLIN RIVER.
The perfect setting for the home
of your dreams. Call today —
Make your dreams come true!

In Beautiful Hickory Knoll's Sub.

Bloomfield Hills Schools. 7 lots
from $3500 to $3950. Terms . avail-
able.

In the heart of BLOOMFIELD
HILLS N. of Quarton Rd. Only a
lots left, all over 11/4 acres. City
sewer and paved streets. Priced
from $17,000 to $25,000 each.

ACREAGE

58 acres of rolling wooded acre-
age with 850 ft. frontage on pic-
turesque Morgan Lake. Inde-
pendence Tnship. Ideal for Lake-
side Resort, Day Camp, Hunting
Lodge, Investment. Nr. Clarkston,
Kensington, Pine Knob & front-
age on 1-75. Asking $900 per acre.
Contact MR. HELMAN.

THOMAS
GROSSMAN

REAL ESTATE

Member of the
Birmingham Board of Realtors
295 N. Hunter Blvd., Birmingham

MI 7-0963

ELSEA

841-1400

30-A--INSTRUCTIONS

MODERN MATH specialist for grades
3-8. 541-3735.

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

MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school
teacher. B.S., M.S. degrees. 17 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.

OAK PARK

Insured Driveway System

Attractive 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 - car
garage. Beautiful 60 ft. lot.
Ideal location. Many extras.

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

LI 6-0498

40—EMPLOYMENT

OAK PARK

3-bedroom brick ranch. Florida
room. Finished basement. Near
all schools. Owner.

398-4310

WANTED-Driver for nursery. KE. 7-
5440 between 9-3.

SECRETARY. Experienced. 5 day-35
hour week. Must take shorthand. Small
office, Downtown area. TA. 5-.6080.

WANTED-someone to service a vending
machine route. $150. a week to start.
544-3077.

45 — BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Monte Vista-7 Mi.

F.H.A. appraised. Brk. lovely
6 1/2 rms., newly decorated in
& out. All floors sanded &
varnished. Modern tile kitch-
en, breakfast nook, tile bath,
full base., Rec. Rm., gas ht.,
side dr., 2 cr. gar. Vacant. Ask
for Mr. Kalfuss.

GROSS REALTY
Dl 2-1300

ESTABLISHED Pawn Shop for sale.
Top location. Retiring from business.
Call TE 3-3230.

TERRIFIC opportunity. Fruit, dairy,
delicatessen. Good location. Sacrifice.
541-9138.

50 — BUSINESS CARDS

DECORATOR. Expert workmanship.
Free estimates. Mr. Evans, 931-3622.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

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

8829 Nortbend—Ferndalo

DETROIT

PALMER WOODS

60x100 lot, high traffic corner, suit-
able for car wash, etc., includes
brick building.

543 - 4832

Hartwell S. of 7 Mi.

Brk. Col. 15 yrs. old. 3-bed. (2 Mas-
ter) tile baths, stall shower, spac.
liv.-din. rm., carpeting, lush drapes,
family kitch. w/all extras, scr. ter-
race, 2-car gar. BIG. DISC. FOR
CASH FOR EQUITY or F.H.A., low
dn. paymt.

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

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and
Office Furniture

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

* * *

Picodilly S. of 8 Mi.

Brk. 7 rms. 30' liv. rm., 2 mast.
bedrms. Den, break. rm., mod. tile
baths, Rec. Rm., sprinklers, new
F.H.A. $1200 dn. plus mtge. costs.

Wall Paper Is My Business
My Only Business

If you want professional results
Call John Lepine

BRENNER REAL ESTATE

UN 1-2265

UN 3.7236

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

FRANKLIN VILLAGE. Beautiful lot
in exclusive residential area. Birming-
ham schools. 184x150. $13,000. Leeds
Realty. 353-2400.

Washington Heights

Most desirable area in Southfield,
with sewer, water, paving. Ready
for bldg. Lots sold to builders or
individuals. Call Mr. Rodd.

SOUTHFIELD REALTY

DI 1-0441 or LI 6-1290

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

Store on Livernois
For Sale

7 Mi. 60' of front window. •
Over 6,000. sq. ft. centrally
Air Cond. Ideal for almost
any type of business. Out of
town widow must sell. Easy
terms. Ask for Mr. Shook.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

836-4953

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

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 64005.
526 Belmont.

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

56—ANTIQUES

We

are very honored to present an
exclusive

Show

.15 - 17

1-10 P.M.
HILLCREST COUNTRY CLUB

50 Groesbeck Hwy.
(M-79) at Cass
Mt. Clemens
Snack Bar—Free Parking
Admission $1.00

86—MONEY WANTED

WOULD like to borrow $30,000. Pro-
perty for collateral. 541-4231.

Aid in Uroguay
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany
last year allocated a total of
$30,000 for medical, educational
and communal rehabilitation proj-
ects in Uruguay.

Lucy Spinner Named
by Leeds Realty Co.

Leeds Realty

Co. announces the

Israeli Physicists
in U.S. to Create
CommunityinArad

NEW YOK (JTA) — Israeli
association of
physicists working in the United
Lucy Spinner as States have organized a project
sales representa- to provide housing facilities near
the Dimona nuclear facilities in
tive at the Leeds Israel's Negev for scientists from
off-ices, 24725 the United States and other coun-
tries.
Greenfield, South-
Abraham Ben-Zvi, director of
.-
the North American branches of
Mrs. Spinner field.
the Israel government bureau for
professionals, disclosed der-
Zionist Council Head Urges Israeli
tails of the plan. He said that the
Priority on Israel's Behalf idea had been endorsed by Pre-'
NEW YORK (JTA) — Rabbi mier Levi Eshkol, who promptly
Israel Miller, recently elected assured Israeli government help
chairman of the American Zionist for the project.
Ben-Zvi said that the plan grew
Council, has called on Zionists in
this country to give priority to the out of an effort by his office to
"security and viability of the Land persuade Israeli scientists now sta-
tioned in the United States to con-
of Israel."
In his first major address as sider returning to Israel to help
council chairman before the Zion- contribute to Israel's scientific
ist leadership in the New York programs.
After his office sent out invita-
area, Rabbi Miller said that
American Zionism "cannot evade tions to some 50 Israeli scientists
the challenges which confront us— in this country, who were known
a responsibility which history has to be planning to attend a physics
placed upon us, since the two loci society conference held here, a
of strength of the Jewish people group headed by Prof. Gideon
today lie in Israel and America." Carmi of Yeshiva University and
The Zionist movement, he de- Prof. Aharon Eviatar of Bell Lab-
clared, "did not help to bring about oratories proposed that a scientific
Israel's establishment in order to community be built at Arad, a few
stand by and be a witness to its miles from Dimona.
Ben-Zvi transmitted the idea
destruction." Rabbi Miller also
to Premier Eshkol. Labor Min-
stressed the urgont need of the
Zionist movement to become ac- ister Yigal Alon and Prof. Amos
tively involved in programs for de Shalit, a leading nuclear
physicit. Replies were received
Jewish survival, which, he said,
endorsing the idea, promising
has always been a major Zionist
help and urging the Israelis to
concern.
* *
proceed with it. Subsequently,
44 Israeli scientists signed a
Dr. Neumann to Head
statement of readiness to back
ZOA Parley Set for Israel the project.
NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr.
The project will seek to create
Emanuel Neumann, honorary pres- a community in Arad which will
ident of the Zionist Organization provide appropriate housing and
of America, and member of the other facilities where scientists,
American section of the Jewish both Israeli and non-Israeli, can
Agency executive, has accepted reside while doing pure and ap-
the post of chairman of the ZOA's plied research with facilities at
national convention committee for Dimona.
the organization's 70th jubilee con-
The project also will seek to
clave in Israel next July.
induce such scientists to seek sab
Associate chairman of the con- batical research leaves to be spent
vention committee are Jacques in Israel living in Arad and work-,
Torczyner, president of the ZOA, ing in Dimona. Arad is now a
and former ZOA presidents Morti- small town of some 2,000 people,
mer May, Rabbi Irving Miller, mostly native-born Israelis.
Dr. Max Nussbaum and Robert
Ben-Zvi said that the scientists,,
Szold.
headed by Professors Carmi and
Eviatar, will seek to set up com-
mittees in the United States, in
Rome Govt. Pressed
cooperation with his office, to raise
to Fight Neo-Nazis
funds to seek to induce scientists
ROME (JTA) — The Union of to go to Arad. One hope of the
Italian Jewish Communities called sponsors is that -Israeli scientists,
on the Italian government to take now stationed in other countries,
all appropriate measures to coun- may decide -to remain- in Israel
teract Nazi terrorism in Italy, because of the improved housing
and working facilities.
particularly in South Tyrol.
In a statement warning of the
dangers of neo-Nazism and neo-i Hebrew U. Scholars
Fascism, the Union's executive I
council instructed its president, Write History of USSR of
JERUSALEM—An assessment
Judge Sergio Piperno, to make
known to competent authorities the 50 years of Soviet life is the theme
organization's position, and urged of a 600-page book, "Fifty Years of
governments and individuals to Soviet Russia," written mainly by
be watchful and to refrain from scholars of the Hebrew University
attitudes which could appear to of Jerusalem, to be published
be encouragement of neo-Nazi later - this year on the occasion of
the 50th anniversary of the 1917
ideologies.
October Revolution.
* * *
Editor of the work is Dr. Nissan
Italian Jewry Flourishing, Oren, 35, Hebrew University lec-
turer in International Relations
Reports WJ Congress
NEW YORK (JTA)—The JeWish and Russian Studies.
community of Italy "operates and
The book will appear in Hebrew,
flourishes under a law which out- but as much of the writing has
lines and guarantees its rights, its been submitted in English, an Eng-
activities, structure and repre- lish-language version may be pro-
sentation," it was reported here duced at a fairly early stage.
by Fritz Becker, representative of
the World Jewish Congress in Golden Book in Paperback
Rome, who is here on a brief
"So What Else Is New?" by
visit.
Harry Golden, will be published
"The law covering the commu- in a Fawcett Crest paperback edi-
nity was drafted by Jewish attor- tion.
neys and enacted in 1930," Becker
"Everything is new when Harry
declared, adding that it is "very Golden brings his special gift for
different from what goes on in seeing life in fascinating new ways,
the United States, but it satisfies and this provocative new volume
Italian Jewry. They are pleased of Goldenisms is enriching and
with it and seek only minor modi- inspiring," the publishers state.
"No subject is too big or too small
fications."
for the probing artistry of this
We can't afford to have the celebrated observer of humanity.
majority of the world's children' `So What Else Is New?' ranges in
topics from the Emancipated Worn-
live iiiirolaarty,_ and
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