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March 15, 1968 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-15

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46-Friday, March 15, 1968

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 Driveway System

9970 GRAND (Hypo
DETROIT. MICH. 48204
WE 1-0621

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

ACCOUNTANT

CPA firm has opening on perma-
nent staff for experienced man.
Salary open. Excellent opportunity
for advancement. Write or call:

NEWMAN, STEINBERGER
& BORNSTEIN

18301 West McNichols Road
Detroit, Michigan 48219

532 - 8700

REAL 'ESTATE SALESPEOPLE

To join a large Investor Organiza-
tion, selling residential properties
in the 510.000 to $20.000 price range.
Our large inventory & extensive
advertising p r o g r a in guarantees
earnings in excess of $15,000 yrly.
For an interview call Mr. Richard
Silverman.

HOME CORP.

345-6050



Secretary for one-man law of-

fice; with or without legal ex-

perience, but must have some

general stenographic experience;

present girl has worked here 16

years; very high salary to pro-

per applicant; no discrimination;

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40-1,----LIVE-IN MAIDS

EUROPA

NUMBER ONE IN
LIVE-IN DOMESTICS

• Stability
• Value
• Promptness
• Efficiency

Qualifications and screenings by
our agents. Girls and couples
from Jamaica a n d Canada etc.

We can save wear and tear on
your nervous system. Visit with
us and see for yourself at

Flas.Opening for two aggressive

Persons in the Ann Arbor and

Ypsilanti Area. Must hove .pre-

358-1370

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

DRY CLEANING PLANT
FOR SALE

Small, synthetic, fully equipped.
1 1/2 years old. Northwest area.

Coll LO 7-8333 or
626-0590 after 6.

DELICATESSEN FOR
SALE
NORTHWEST SECTION
OWNER WISHES TO
RETIRE
20211 W. 7 MILE ROAD
CLOSED' MONDAYS.

Glamour Names, Inc.
6386 Jackson' Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103

or call

662-4518

BUSY RESTAURANT
and DELICATESSEN .

Curtis-Wyoming 'area. Owner
has new Suburban Restaur-
ant. Cannot handle both.
Make an offer.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300'

ELECTRIC REPAIRS. All types-Resi-
dential, commercial. EL 6-7228.

a hr. lesson.
Rates are $14 per
Help with written test as needed.
Details any day before 10 a.m.

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

MR: KURTZ, 341-9046

Free Classes Starting Weekly

WEST SIDE ADULT DRIVER ED.

ENROLL NOW! for sales work with
our spanking new SUBURBAN of-
fice. Opportunity unlimited in this
highly profitable field. Become as-
sociated with a reputable, well es-
tablished organization that covers
the entire city and Suburbs. Age
is no barrier. Retirees are welcome.
Come in & talk it over.

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4008
526 Belmont.

A-1 PAINTING, decorating, interior-
exterior. UN 4 - 0326.

56-ANTIQUES

Noon to 10 p.m.
Closing 6 p.m.
Last Day

This ad admits

2 for $1.50

57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

FOR SALE
REASONABLE

2-piece beige and white stripe sec-
tional couch. Black wrought Iron
glass top dinette set with 4 chairs.
Small miscellaneous electrical items.

CALL LI 2-2104
AFTER 6

NEW NO-WAX
HOME FLOORING

835-2792 before 9 A.M.
or after 5 P.M.

59 - A - PIANOS FOR SALE

FOR SALE-Small Grinnell's spinet
I piano. $275. 353-9879.

LOVELY FRUITWOOD SPINET
PIANO AND BENCH. MUST
SACRIFICE. 13000 BURTON,
OAK PARK. 1 BLOCK SOUTH
OF 10 MILE, SUN. 10.5.,

50-BUSINESS CARDS

PAINTING - Exterior, interior.
Free
estimates. Reasonable. LI 75639, KE
8-1047.
-
-
- --
PAINTING and decorating. All work
guaranteed. References. TY 7-2501.

DRIVING LESSONS

Real Estate Career

FURNITURE refinished and repairea.
Free estimates. UN 44547.

The ultimate in low cost luxury.
You never need wax your kitchen,
bath_ or recr. room. floors, etc.
ever again ! For free info and esti-
mate call:

potential.

For Personal Interview Write:

LADIES alterations. Reasonable priceS.
Experienced. Fast service. 538-4030.

Mar. 28-31
Adm. $1.25

necessarily in the building field.

earning

543-4832

15565 NORTHLAND DRIVE
SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

vious sales experience _but not

Excellent

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
- tee
-nanos. appliances, nousehold furn-
;shings.
8829 Nort hend-Ferndala

Great Lakes
Masonic Temple

1764 Penobscot Bldg., WO

Company in the Building Field

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

SUITE 804
W. NORTHLAND TOWERS

2-6633.

SALES OPPORTUNITY

50-BUSINESS CARDS

60-CARS FOR SALE

: 54 OLDS - Automatic- new battery ,
snow tires, P. S.., P. B:, radio. Motor
good condition. dean interaor,."$
544-2777, evenings 862-6209.

87 - PETS

SETTER 'PUPS. AKC champion
pedigree. PR 2-3156.
pedigree.

Irving Litwin, 58,
Vegas 'Pit Boss'

Purple Gang Head
Abe Bernstein, 76

Abe Bernstein, said to be the
brains behind the Prohibition-era
Purple Gang, died March 7 in his
suite at the Sheraton - Cadillac
Hotel. He was 76.
Bernstein's "career" began on
old Hastings Street; he and the
neighborhood boys weren't "really
bad boys," so goes the legendary
statement, "just a little purple."
The gang was involved in murder
and extortion, among other crimes,
but Bernstein never went to prison
for a major crime. Nevertheless,
he was arrested often, and his rec-'
ord showed a few convictions for
misdemeanors. Bernstein was con-
sidered a peacemaker between the

A Tribute to
Alfred Segal

(A

Seven Arts Feature)

By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Alfred Segal died.
One of the finest journalists of
our century, Alfred Segal was also
one of the sweetest of men.
In the 85 years of his lifetime he
wrote hundreds of thousands of
words.
If these words, skillfully written
by a master craftsman, could be
transformed into one image, that
image would be a hand on the
back of mankind, assuring us that
we can be more decent, more con-
siderate, and more creative than
we are.
gangs.
Alfred Segal began his career
After a shocit-out on Coiling- back in 1904, serving the readers
wood Ave., in which three boot- of the Cincinnati Post as a cub re-
leggers of a rival gang were porter.
killed, the Purple Gang went into
Ultimately he became the most
decline. Three members of Bern- popular feature writer of his city.
stein's gang, including his broth- He was known as "Cincinnatus."
er, Raymond, were given life
As such, he was the conscience
sentences for their part in the of that community, and he helped
1931 Collingwood Massacre.
lift Cincinnati from corruption to
Bernstein spent much of his life fine government.
Alfred Segal wrote not only
trying to gain his brother's release
from prison, but shortly after Ray- for the daily press. He was ,for
mond's sentence was commuted long years. the steady, stalwart -
two yeas ago, he died of cancer.
editorialist for the periodical of
Bernstein was mentioned only in- the Baal Brith, which was head-
frequently thereafter, in connection quartered in Cincinnati before
with minor charges. He had been moLing to Washington.
living in the Sheraton-Cadillac for
Al who does not remember
26 years. One brother, Joseph, "Plain Talk." the weekly column
survives.
which year after year Alfred Segal
wrote for the Seven Arts Syndi-
cate? Segal sought to convey to
Bert Ruby, Promoter
the non-Jewish reader the fruit
of Hebraic idealism in his writings
and Ex-Wrestler
Bert Ruby, junior heavyweight for the daily press. In his Jewish
wrestling champion of the world column, he never stopped plead
with Jews to build bridges of
during the 1930s and '405, died ing
understanding with their Chrrassoi
March 9 at age 57.
neighbors.
Mr. Ruby, 23711 Radclift, Oak
So Alfred Segal began his career
Park, was active in wrestling pro-
reporting what was gt.wis est MIN
motion throughout the state of by
the
world outside. Rut the
Michigan. He also had two wrestl-
of
his life's work us. to re
ing programs on television and ra- to us
in the
what was Corn
dio in Jackson and Grand Rapids.
world inside. inside of hi. .4-1•1•1410.1.
Born in Hungary, Mr. Ruby was soul.
a member of Oak Park Lodge of
And the Segal soul
the Masons, Bnai Brith and Cong tized
not only by w kat be .a
Bnai Moshe.
Cincinnati.
w hat be saw a. a II
Surviving are his wife, Irene; War I reporter
in France two .csi
two sons, Allen and Robert; one by what he saw
in I We J.
brother and one sister.
world. but also by that lw
sorbed at the rabbinical semi,-
Leib Strongin Dies;
in Cincinnati.
He was a student at the Ilebre%
Was Russian Journalist
Union
College. Although he did not
LONE1ON, (JTA)-Leib Strongin,
a veteran Jewish journalist and complete his studies. he came into
contact
with Isaac Mayer Wise.
ublisher of the Yiddish
Another contact with Wise was
language magazine,
"Sovietish
through
the Cincinnati Israelite. a
Heimland," died in Russia at the
weekly founded by Wise. edited
age , of 74.
sa'
Mr. Strongin was for many years by another Segal. Henry Segal. no
the manager of the "Ernes." Mos- relation.
Alfred Segal died. But we call
cow publishing house which spe-
cialized in Yiddish books and pub- keep his soul marching on if we
too,
strive to adopt the Jewish out-
lished the Yiddish Communist
look and adapt it to the enrich-
newspaper "Ernes" ("T h" •
The firm has since been liqui- ment of our milieu.
dated.

Catholic College Provides

Harry Mendelsohn, 68;

Headed Insurance Firm
Former Detroiter Irving "Pitt"
Harry K. Mendelsohn. semi-re-
Litwin, pit boss at Las Vegas' Kosher Meals for Rabbi
LATROBR,i
Pa.
(JTA)-A
Cath-
tired as head of the Mendelsohn
Hotel, died Feb. 22 at age 58.
x LARKINS MOVING CO. Dunes
olic
college
here
reported
that
the
Insurance
Agency, died Wednes-
Mr. Litwin, beloved as a man
Household and Office Furniture who "could never say `No' to peo- Benedictine Sisters who operate day at age 68.
,
the
college
food
service
division,
Mr.
Mendelsohn.
15317 Northgate,
ple." was born in Toronto and
Local and Inter-state
CENTER REALTY 863-7400
prepare a kosher meal each day Oak Park. was a native of Detroit.
started to work as a paper bo y
Also storage.
for
a
rabbi
who
is
a
member
of
the
He
was
a
former
member
of Tem-
an early age. As the eldest child in
894-4587
ple Israel and belonged to Perfec-
REAL ESTATE
the family, he had to be second college faculty.
PLUMBING-Expert home repairs. Gar-
The kosher meal, the college' tion Lodge of the Masons, Moslem
Ambitious high caliber man wanted
bage disposals, repaired and serviced. father to the faMily during the De- said, is served
to Rabbi Reeve R. Temple and Crescent Shrine Club,
to work on vacant land our spe-
Call 342-5730. 341-2081.
pression.
cialty). No nights or Sundays. Earn
Brenner in the faculty dining room Crisis Club and the Hannah Schloss
$25.000 or more a year. 60^: split
During World War II, Mr. Litwin of St. Vincent College. Rabbi Bren- Old Timers.
SEAMSTRESS, reasonable. Home visits:
to salesman.
549-9390.
served in the Army Medi
cal Corps. I ner was named to the faculty last
Surviving are two sons, Richard
PAINTING-Neat and clean. Small car- He was a member of Detroit's! fall as a resident lecturer and and Dr. Sherman; two brothers,
LAND REALTY CO.
pentry work. Bill Powell. 542-3270.
Daylight Masonic Lodge, and later, teaches courses in introduction to George and Edward of Las Vegas;
UN 1-0346
of the Las Vegas Saints and Sin- Judaism and Jewish religious two sisters, Mrs. Anna LeBost of
MARTIN Furniture Finishing. Your
favorite pieces restored, hand rubbed
ners.
thought.
Los Angeles and Mrs. Michael
for lasting beauty. 867-7887.
40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED
He opened the State Flower Shop
Pereira of San Diego; and seven
PLASTER repairs. Low prices. Call KB
WOMAN WISHES lite housekeeping 3-5975. KE 7-7208.
in Detroit 20 years ago, but later New Afforestation Species !grandchildren.
and cooking. Speaks Jewish. 356-0674. _
turned it over to his brother, Sam,
ILANOT - In new forests to be
WOMAN WISHES babysitting, evenings.
so he could head west fo Las planed on the Golan Heights it Wilma Shevin Epstein, 23
Oak Park only. Needs transportation.
WAREHOUSING AND
Vegas.
He had worked there since will be possible to_grow the Tabor.: Wilma Shevin Epstein, 1017
547-0171.
1969. oak, it was revealed at a press con Beard, Flint, died March 3 at age
TYPING DONE in my home. Address-
DISTRIBUTION SERVICE
Survivors are his wife, Bess, and ference held by Dr. R. Karschon 23.
ing envelopes, labels, postal cards,
political campaign. 873-9251.
mother, Mrs. Anna Litwin, both 01' 1 and Mr. Y. Zohar of the forest re-
Miss Epstein, who was born in
RAIL AND TRUCK FACILITIES
Detroit; three brothers, David, Sam search department of the Volcani New York, was a Flint resident
and Dr. Jack, all of Detroit; and' Agricultural Research Institute. In for the past 21 years. She was a
SELLING? BUYING?
five sisters, Mrs. Carl (Joan Hit- the survey to prepare there large- member of Temple Beth El and a
CAVALER
tleman of Los Angeles Mrs. scale afforestation work by the graduate of Central High School.
THE JEWISH NEWS
Charles (Kitty) Limerick, Mrs. Jewish national Fund, two varie-
Surviving are her parents, Mr.
WAREHOUSE CO.
Charles (Saretta) Basset and Mrs. ties of deciduous forest trees have and Mrs. Louis Epstein; a sister,
CAN HELP TODAY !
Frances
Kay,
all
of
Detroit,
and
been
discovered
whose
.presence
Mrs.
Herbert Miller of Pontiac;
. • 3745 Bellevue
te he °coun
try had been unknown and her grandMother, Mrs. Rose
Mrs: 'Sam' (Geil). Goodman. of Tol thri
923-7937
ledo. Interment Las Vegas.
Shevin of Detroit.

CARPENTRY WORK - Specializing In
recr. rooms and outside work. L
Schwartz. BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

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