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November 03, 1967 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-03

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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

WEST BLOOMFIELD

Scenic lot. 2 beautiful ravine lots
in a fine custom sub-division.
Bounded on 3 sides by picturesque
Franklin River. Sewers and water.
First time offered. $15,000 each.

Huntington Woods Manor

Beautiful 11/2-story brk. bung. on
90' lot. 3 bedrms, Florida Rm.,
attached garage.
Ask for Terry Reblitz
LI 4-3104 or LI 7-2000

aka/44016c,

THE RAVINE
SOUTHFIELD

A beautiful 4 bedroom ranch
house. Price reduced. By owner.
A beautiful 4-bedroom ranch house.
Price reduced. By owner.

851-1641 or

old girl and a baby boy. This is
a position for an intelligent lov-
ing woman. The home is 3 years
old and you have o car for your

own use.

Please write for interview

BOX 825

The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7
Mile, Detroit, Michigan 48235

SCHUBINER

OAK PARK

UN 1-5373

LUXURY-EXPANDABLE

JO 6-4644

SOUTHFIELD
23551 NOEL

FERNDALE. Large professional office,
heated, $245 month. 548-6404, 358-0045.
22741 Woodward.

9 Mile-Evergreen

CUSTOM MADE
SILK DRAPES
FOR KNOB IN
THE WOODS APT.
353-7639

OUR GIRLS ARE FROM

JAMAICA, ENGLAND, CANADA,
ETC. and have been interviewed
and screened by our very own
agents. Visit with us and see
for yourself at

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

BAR-MITZI/A, Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish,
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254.

tea

LI

MARY NEDELMAN — Piano teacher.
My home. 342-2286.

EXPERIENCED piano teacher. Anne
Ferguson. My home. 341-4348.

31—TRANSPORTATION

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

EL 6-3613
Open Sunday. 2-5

Large 4-bedroom 2-bath ranch.
Finest appointments and equipment
$47,500. Below bank appraisal.

15565 NORTHLAND DRIVE
SOUTHFIELD, MICH.
358-1370

50—BUSINESS CARDS

A-1 PAINTING, decorating, interior.
UN 4-0326. After 6:30.

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-1005
526 Belmont.

Insured Driveway Systems

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

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

SOUTHFIELD
12 Mile - Evergreen

SUITE 804
W. NORTHLAND TOWERS

CARPENTRY WORK — Specializing in
recr. rooms and outside work. I.
Schwartz, BR 34826, VE 8-5073.

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

By Owner

EUROPA

LIVE-IN DOMESTICS

A good agency can save a great
deal of wear and tear on your
nervous system. We are a re-
liable agency and have proven
our program to be one of the
best. Our hundreds of clients and
growth of our agency is proof
of our sincerity to serve you.

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

TUTORING, Bar-Mitva. Also piano
sons for beginners. Reasonable.
3-5163.

Immediate possession. CUSTOM
ROMAN BRICK RANCH on large
wooded lot. 3 bedrooms with den or
4th bedroom, 21/2 baths, spacious
living room with dining area_ 2
natural fireplaces, mahogany panel-
ed family room and enclosed porch.
Large deluxe kitchen with built-ins,
breakfast area. Many deluxe fea-
tures. 21/2-car garage with opener.
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALH TO
$41,500.

40-B—LIVE IN MAIDS

19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

11/2 story brk. ranch HUNTINGTON
WDS: twin size super bedrms, Den
w/bit-in bar; 2 dining areas-2 full
baths. Pan. Rec. Rm. (It's gigantic)
w/fancy mahogany bar—glazed ter-
race, 2 car att. garage. Room for
2 more bedrms & bath up as your
family grows. Reduced to $42,000.

COOLIDGE S. OF 10 MI.

Dr. Abram Spiro, professor of highly regarded as a teacher of
Near Eastern Languages and Lit- Hebrew at Wayne.
eratures at Wayne State Univers-
He is survived by a brother,
ity, died Sunday at age 55. He Rabbi David Spiro, of Fuerth,
lived at 630 Merrick.
Bavaria.
Born in Poland, Dr. Spiro joined
the Wayne State faculty as an as-

71-ACRE FARM, near Brighton. Stream.
Excellent investment. $750 per acre.
Owner. LI 9-3516.

UN 3-9314

547-3133

OFFICE 427-6310
HOME 476-0540

HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED

LIVERNOIS
W. Fort St. Section

MAYWEATHER MOVING CO.

Household and office furniture. No
job too large or too small. Licensed
and responsible movers.

40—EMPLOYMENT

353-5758

JEWISH PARENTS INSTITUTE

Day or Night

Want EXTRAS???

requires
A secular organization
qualified teacher for Sunday morn-
ing program of Jewish culture and
history for children age 10.

861-2280

See this 3 bedrm. Roman brk. ranch
OAK PARK! 2 full baths, fin. base,
Rec. Rm., central air cond. Family
kitchen, 2 car gar. and more 1 I I
$32,500.

Ckahvbettaiht

Household and
Office Furniture

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

Person to take charge of whole-

COOLIDGE S. OF 10 MI.

LI 8-1500

LARKINS MOVING CO.

DI 1-4200, ext. 273, 274,
if no answer UN 3-2836

sale business office. High salary
to qualified person. Alert, intelli-
gent and good telephone voice.

JO 6-4644

SOUTHFIELD

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Coll LI 6-9782

4 bedrooms, 3 complete baths.
sunken wormy-chestnut paneled
family room with fireplace. Fully
air-conditioned. 2 car garage. Situ-
ated on 14 acres in Hampshire
Woods. $50,000 including carpeting.

DI 1-8525 AND EL 7-0776

_ -
SOCIAL GROUP Worker for expand-
ing program in Southern Jewish Com-
munity Center. Work includes super-
vision of Youth Groups and direction
of Summer Day Camp. Excellent Per-
sonnel Practices. Storting salary de-
pendent on experience and skilJs.

SOUTHFIELD

WRITE BOX 823

Owner leaving. Assume mtge. bal.
3 bed. brk. Contemn. No base, very
clean. Carpeting, drapes, blt.ins•
storms & screens, carport, fenced
yard. Only $111 mo. payment. 12
MI-Greenfield area. Call Mr. A. J.
Knapp.

The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Rood, Detroit, Michigan, 48235

KNOPPOW REALTY

863-4200

Don't Panic Dad!

To sell the most revolutionary
SAVINGS-RETIREMENT PLAN
on the American Market. We
supply office - telephone - ad-
vertising leads. GUARANTEED
SALARY.

There's room for your large family
in this 4-bedroom brk. bungalow
OAK PARK! 254 baths, enclosed
breezeway, attached garage. 67' lot,
desirable neighborhood near every-
thing. $26,900.

atoodwitut

COOLIDGE S. OF 10 MI.

LI 8-1500

JO 6 - 4644

O

BE SURE AND
USE JEWISH NEWS
WANT ADS

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age. pianos. appliances, nousehold turn.
shings. •
8829 Northend—Ferndals

543 - 4832

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

54 — HALLS FOR RENT

LUTZKER HALL. Air•conditioned meet-
ing hall. Reasonable rental. Banquet
tables, chairs and kitchen facilities.
For information call 545-6006.

55—MISCELLANEOUS

PERSONNEL
WANTED

Phone or write Leonard L.
Radner, Director of Agencies.

Good for starter in business or fu-
ture investment. $2400. book value,
$1800. cash.

Write Box 827

The Jewish News. 17100 W. 7 Mile
Rr., Detroit, Michigan 48235.

METRO.
MUTUAL
INS. CO. -

234 State Street
WO 5-2850

I

COINS
CENTS THRU QUARTERS

El

56—ANTIQUES

ORT ANTIQUE SHOW

9

Friday, November 3, 1967-37

Dr. A. Spiro, Hebrew Scholar
and Wayne State U. Professor

to love and care for a 21/2-year-

18-D—STORES FOR SALE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

For 2 days. Excellent position for
a person wishing to become a mem-
ber of a creative dental team. Top
salary, private operatory. General
practice with heavy emphasis on
periodontal treatment and recon-
struction. Replies confidential.

17-F--FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE

Brick, 4 stores. Income $2,900. Price
$8,500. Small down payment.

Luxurious 3 bedroom Roman brick
ranch. Newly decorated. Custom
drapes and carpeting throughout
21/2 baths, paneled den. Built-ins.
Finished recr. room. 21/2 car garage.

DENTAL HYGIENIST

851-1958

EL 7-1780

LI 8-1500

40—EMPLOYMENT

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

EVERGREEN-8 MILE. 20261 Huntington.
3-bedroom brick ranch, 11/2 baths, car-
peting, drapes, semi-finished basement,
air-conditioner, patio. Excellent condi-
tion. Owner. KE 2-1768. Open Sun. 2-5.

Tues. and Wed., Nov. 7 and 8.
Cong. Bnoi Moshe, 10 Mile near
Church, Oak Pork. $1.25. 11
a.m. - 10 p.m. daily.

55-C—COATS FOR SALE

MINK COAT, light gray, large collar.
Practically new. Sacrifice. 356-3737.

Samuel Holland, 74

Samuel Holland, a 50-year resi-
dent of Flint and retired clothing
merchant, died Thursday at age
74. He resided in recent years at
10801 Santa Maria.
He was active in the United
Jewish Appeal, was a life member
of Flint's Cong. Beth Israel and
also belonged to Cong. Ahavas
Achim, Workmen's Circle and Ma-
sons. He was born in Poland.
Survivors are his wife, Minnie;
a soil, Walter of Traverse City;
two daughters, Mrs. William (Sar-
ah) Whitehorn of Villa Park, Ill.,
and Mrs. Saul (Faye) Berch; three
sisters, Mts. Hyman (Faye) Gross,
Mrs. Rose Bombel of Flint and
Mrs. Percy (Bess) Haron; seven
DR. ABRAM SPIRO
grandchildren and one great-
sociate professor in 1957. He was grandchild.
promoted to professor three years
later.
Showman Rose Buried
Prior to Joining the WSU fac-
in White Granite Tomb
ulty, Dr. Spiro was rabbi of the
Bnai Israel Congregation in Al-
HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.
buquerque and a captain in the
—Showman Billy Rose was buried
U.S. Army. From 1948 to 1952,
Sunday, 20 months after his death,
he attended Columbia University.
in a $127,000 white granite tomb.
Dr. Spiro was director of the
The burial ended a long and
Union of Liberal Progressive
bitter court battle between Rose's
Synagogues, London, from 1952
two sisters and the executors of
until becoming a WSU faculty
his estate. About 25 persons at-
member.
tended the funeral, including the
A graduate of the Hebrew Uni- sisters and producer Elia Kazan,
versity in Jerusalem, where he re- in a fashionable suburban ceme-
ceived his BA degree, Dr. Spiro tery. Neither of Rose's living ex-
received both his MA and PhD wives, nor the executors, were
degrees from Columbia. He was present,

Dr. Albert Sabin Heads 'Professors
for Peace' in Mid-East, Group of 10,000

must make a settlement in the
NEW YORK — Dr. Albert B.
area.' "
Sabin, developer of the oral anti-
polio vaccine, has accepted the
Over the weekend, the recently
national chairmanship of American formed Americans for a Perma-
Professors for Peace in the Middle nent Peace in the Middle East
East, a group of more than 10,000 issued an appeal for support in a
professors at 170 campuses full-page advertisement in The
throughout the United States dedi- New York Times. The advertise-
cated to finding a solution for ment said that the new organiza-
permanent peace in the Middle tion would "seek to put the facts
before the American public in
East.
The group of American profes- order to mobilize public opinion
sors was formed early in June as against Washington's lack of ini-
tiative" in carrying out President
a spontaneous response to the
Middle East crisis. American Pro- Johnson's five-point plan of June
fessors for Peace in the Middle 19, calling for a durable peace in
the Middle East.
East includes many distinguished
The statement added that Presi-
university presidents, chancellors,
dent Johnson realized "the need
deans, and Nobel Laureates who
for
action" but that -'.'the State
are determined to acquaint not
only the academic world, but the Department has to date failed to
take one step in that direction."
entire American public, with the
Meshula m Riklis, Israel- born
nature of the Middle East crisis in
an attempt to bring about a just financier, was listed as acting
chairman
and treasurer of the
and lasting peace to that area of
group. Herbert Rickman is execu-
the world.
tive director. The list ct! sponsors
A reaffirmation of the group's contained Jewish and non-Jewish
commitment to the principle of names.
direct negotiations between Arabs
Dr. Sabin. who is Distinguished
and Israelis as the basis of such Professor of Re ,, earch Pediatrics
peace appeared in a statement at the University of Cincinnati,
Tuesday in the New York Times. will chair the first national con-
It calls upon the United Nations ference of the American profes-
to honor its own charter which sors in New York City Dec. 9 and
recognizes "the right of all nations 10.
to exist and establishes that peace
Headquarters of American Pro-
be achieved through negotiation." fessors for Peace in the Middle
It also calls upon "President
East have been established in New
Johnson, the Congress of the
York City at 420 E. 79th St.
United States and the American
people to uphold with firmness
and without ambiguity the
President's statement of June 19,
HOW MUCH
in which he declared: 'Clearly
ARC sta..
the parties to the conflict must
+25 EictsCiE,r
be the parties to the peace.
Sooner or later it is they who

57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

FOR SALE

Bedroom, family room furniture.
Drapes, carpeting, baby crib and
miscellaneous. CALL SUNDAY 2-6
P.M., WEEKDAYS 7-9 P.M. 341-8737.

-

19541 Cronbrook, Apt. 218

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