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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-05

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38-Friday, July 5, 1968

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

POWDER HORN ESTATES

Maple-Middlebelt area. West Bloom-
field. 3/4 acre scenic lot. trees, sewer,
water. MUST SELL. Terms.

CALL 851-3241

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE

BEAUTIFUL 1/2-acre site. $3,500. Big
Lake, near Waterford. 563-4282.

30-A--INSTRUCTIONS

SUMMER Tutoring? Experienced certi-
fied teacher for remedial reading, Pri-
mary subjects or Hebrew. Call 358-1106.

BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Bible, Syna-
gogue, English; experienced tutor.
342-9254.

SOUTH Fl ELD

20 improved lots in 10 MI-Southfield
Area. Individuals or builders. Easy
terms. Priced from $6,250 to $13,500.

Norm Steel, LI 7-7337

17-D--ACREAGE FOR SALE

97 ACRES

FARMINGTON TOWNSHIP

Industrial, Commercial, Multiple

W. of Halsted Rd. betw. 10 & 11.
adjacent to the world's largest in-
terchange. PRICE REDUCED. Excel-
lent opportunity to assume present
Land Contract or new terms.
EDITH GOODMAN-JOEL GOODMAN
DI 1.1540 or VE 8-0077

WARREN SEELYE

FARM LAND

PRICE REDUCED

117.8 ACRES - NOVI, MICHIGAN
FASTEST MOVING COMMUNITY
IN MICHIGAN. 1,970 iwI' ON B
MILE & 2,680 ON GARFIELD
MARVELOUS POTENTIAL FOR
DEVELOPERS. OWNER WILL
ACCEPT 10 YEAR LAND CON-
TRACT 25% DOWN - FARM
HOUSE & BARNS & WHEAT FARM
-PAYS FOR ITSELF.

EDITH GOODMAN - JOEL GOODMAN

DI 1.1540 of VE 8-0077

WARREN SEELYE

call us for our new Mich. Business
guide. We are members of Partridge

assoc.

19-E--BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

SOUTH F I ELD

31-TRANSPORTATION

MI. 4-7676

INVESTORS ATTENTION
IN HEART OF TROY

920 ft. Maple Avenue frontage.
Zoned business. Ideal for hospital
or convalescent home. All utilities
in. Specail assessments paid. Will
divide.

E. W. KURTH, REALTOR

MI. 4-7676

19-G-OFFICE BUILDING FOR SALE

BUILDING 35x100 at 13446 W. 7 Mile
Road. Air-conditioned. Rent or sell. In-
side 18 small offices. 358-1631.

Medical Clinic

Uveanois-Outer DT. Fully air-cond.
7-yr.-old modern bldg. Mo. rental
$1,050. Good investment. Good deal
for imimed. sale.
Call us for New Michigan

50-BUSINESS CARDS

EUROPA

JOHN LOREE PAINTING

NUMBER ONE IN
LIVE-IN DOMESTICS

Brush, spray, roll. Interior,
exterior. Insured.

• Stability

• Value
• Efficiency
Qualifications and screenings by our
agents. Girls and couples from
Jamaica and Canada, etc.

NO BUT NO

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.

SUITE 804
W. NORTHLAND TOWERS
15565 NORTHLAND DRIVE

Insured Driveway System

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

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

HELP Wanted, part of full time. Good
wages. 532-7160.

SCERETARY for general office work in
music store. DI 2-8880.

TEACHER for Sunday Religious school
beginning September. Good Jewish
background. LI 8-9000.

TEACHERS - Elem. and high school.
Early afternoon for 1968-1969. 353-6750.

SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHER

Are you able to be the "Bosses
Right Hand"? Good shorthand, elec-
tric typewriter, ability to handle
details independently. Challenging
position for responsible individual.
Liberal compensation with fringes.

Submit resume to BOX 881
The Jewish News, 17100 West 7 Mile
Road, Detroit, Michigan 48235

TELEPHONE RECEPTIONIST

FOR A LARGE Real Estate Office
in Northwest area. Knowledge of
Rea lEstate office procedures help-
ful. Typing essential. Call for Inter-
view. Mr. Richards.

342-2839

Mr. & Mrs. Ambition

Have you ever considered a
career in Real Estate? Improve
your status in lif.. Age no bar-
rier. We will train you. See us
now!

We have 4 openings available
to complete our staff. Call Mr.

SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

Coolidge just S. of 10 Mi.

SECRETARY

358-1370

45-A-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED

INTEREST IN PURCHASING
A GOING BUSINESS. POS-
SIBLE PARTNERSHIP OR
NEW VENTURE. HAVE UP
TO $40,000 TO INVEST. ALL
REPLIES CONFIDENTIAL.

WO 1-8570

Rent blowing machine $15 - do

it yourself or add $20 labor-
we do it for you.

LET US HELP YOU

SELL, RENT or MANAGE

YOUR PROPERTY

The Jewish News,
17100 West Seven Mile-Road,
Detroit, Mich. 48235

in OAK PARK or DETROIT

WE DO PAY CASH, IF YOU PREFER

GELLER

546-6211

22030 Coolidge. Oak Park

BEAUTIFUL Oak dining room suite. 9

pieces. TO 6-1770.

60-CARS FOR SALE

'67 CADILLAC deVILLE

MODERN PIANIST • to provide back-
ground music for your special oc-
casions. Phone 626-4062.

4-door, blue with white vinyl
top. 11,500 miles. GM execu-
tive car. All power, loaded with
extras. $4,595.

PAINTING - Neat and clean. Small
carpentry work. Bill Powell. 542-3270.

PAINTING. Exterior-interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, KB 8-1047.

LI 2-6782

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

Irving Weiss, 53

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

Irving Weiss, owner and operator
of Delite Cleaning on 7 Mile Rd.
died June 29 at age 53.
Mr. Weiss was a life resident of
the Detroit area and resided at
20990 Virginia, Southfield. He was
a member of Mosaic Lodge, Cres-
cent Shrine Club, Bnai Brith, a
board member of the Detroit Dry
Cleaning Institute, and a vice-
president of the Detroit Laundry
Association.
He leaves his wife, Helen; a son,
Gary; a daughter, Judy; a brother,
Murray; his mother, Mrs. Rose
Weiss of Los Angeles; and two
sisters, Mrs. Israel (Edna) Schul-
man, and Ruth Weiss of Los An-
geles.

Vernco

ELECTRONIC

GARAGE DOOR

OPENER

Call Evenings Until 9

353-3284

Local and Inter-state
Also storage.
894-4587

Mail resume to Box 878,

55-13-APPAREL FOR SALE

534-8835

Household and Office Furniture

24-A-PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

55-MISCELLANEOUS

57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

ATTIC INSULATION

Challenging administrative po-
-sition with diversified respon-
sibilities. Must have organiza-
tional ability, well versed in all
office routine, thorough with
figures, and able to handle
correspondence. Position offers
I iberal compensation with
fringes and good future with
fast growing aggressive corn-
pony.

931-0112

Expert Paperhanging
Painting
Interior Only
References
Chas. Cadotte
874-3281

LAWN work. Mowing, edging, bedding
and trimming. You name it. College BEAUTIFUL current summer matern-
thy wardrobe from Page Boy-complete-
students. 545-4782.
shorts, evening, daytime, dress & coat
GENERAL modernization work. Cement ensembles. Tremendous bargain if sold
work, carpenter work. Roofing and sid- as unit. Size 12. 646-9002.
ing. Attic rooms, recreation rooms.
Reasonable. LA 7-4248.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

11839 Livernois

543-4832

CALL 353-2235

SO-BUSINESS CARDS

LADIES alterations-quick service. Ex-
perienced. Reasonable prices. 538-4030.

ADMINISTRATOR

NAT'S REALTY

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

slate, 8 cues, Belgium balls,
$190 each. Delivery available.

WARREN SEELYE

We have qualified buyers.
Call for cash sales.

i26 Belmont.

2 Brunswick Pool Tables, solid

OFFICE MANAGER

NEED LISTINGS

Russell. One day service. TO 8-4005.

WRITE BOX 885

EDITH GOODMAN -JOEL GOODMAN
DI 1-1540 of VE 8-0077

22-REAL ESTATE WANTED

FOR BETTER wall washing. call James

The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Road, Detroit, Mich. 48235

For downtown Jewish agency.
One who has good office train-
ing and likes to work with
people. Experience helpful, but
not important. CALL MRS.
VASS.

Business Guide
We are Members of Partridge Assoc.

FREE NEW TESTAMENT

For Synagogue or home Compara-
tive Religion Study. Available in
English, Yiddish or Hebrew. Write:
SCRIPTURES. Dept. H-51. 151 Pros-
pect Drive, Stratford, Conn. 06497.

Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age, pianos, appliances, nousehold furn-
ishings.
8829 Northend-Ferndala

Golperin.

b. f. chamberlain co.

342-7693

• Promptness

• Transportation Charges
• Documentations and Processing
Charges

75x120 ft. Greenfield frontage.
Zoned office services.

E. W. KURTH, REALTOR

40-B-LIVE-IN MAIDS

CEMENT WORK

PATIOS
GARAGE FLOORS
DRIVEWAYS
SIDEWALKS

CALL AFTER 6 P.M.

383-3535

FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 44547.

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

PAINTING and decorattng. All work
guaranteed. References-. TY 7-2501.

TYPING done in my home. 862-7818.
Clara Katz.

PLUMBING-Expert home repair spe-
cialist, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call 341-6058.

,

Letter-Writing
Champion. Dies

Funeral services will be held
today at Kaufman Chapel for
Wolf Levitan, a nonegenarian who
lived at the Camelot Hotel on
Park Ave.
He was famous here as a letter-
writer and he was a champion of
many causes, always defending the
rights of downtrodden, speaking
up against anti-Semites and anti-
Israelis.

By 1970, the Labor Department
estimates there will be 900,000
nursing home beds in the nation,
exceeding the number of acute
hospital beds by 80,000, the Michi-
gan Nursing Home Association re-
ports.

Yeshiva U. Press Publishes
Work by Dr. Sidney B. Hoenig

A marked tribute to the genius
of the late head of Yeshiva Uni-
vprsit,, is erntained in a Yeshiva
University Press
publication,
"Rabbinics a n d
Research: T h e
Scholarship of Dr.
Bernard Revel,'-'
by Dr. Sidney B.
Hoenig.
Supplementing
t h e evaluative
work in this vol-
ume is a prologue
by the man who
Dr. Revel succeeded
Dr. Revel, Dr. Samuel Belkin, who
honors his predecessor under the
title "The Transplanter of Tora on
This Continent."
Dr. Hoenig's compilation of Dr.
Revel's important writings is sup-
plemented by an introductory
essay in which he pays honor to
"the scholarly capacity of a pene-
trating mind, revealing an educa-
tor, teacher, expert researcher,
master in Tora lomdus (learned
acumen) and an expert in scien-
tific-academic investigation of the
new and old in Jewish scholar-
ship."
Dr. Revel's works on ethics,
philosophical thought, Karaitica,
"Restoration of Semikha," "Rab-
binic Novenae," Jewish notables
and other subjects are part of the
collected works that serve to en-
lighten students on major Jewish
subjects.
There is an epilogue to this vol-
ume by Dr. Leon D. Stitskin on
"The Eternal Thirst for Know-
ledge" and added tributes are in-
corporated by Drs. Jacon I. Hart-
stein, Leo Jung, Bernard Lander,
Hirschel Revel and Solomon Zeit-
lin.

Famous Letters
by George Moore

As novelist, poet, dramatist,
George Moore is among the great
figures in world literature.
The significance of his work, his
relationship to many of the other
great world figures, his attitudes
on the works and activities of his
contemporaries, are reflected in an
impressive work, "George Moore
in Transition," publish ed by
Wayne State University Press.
Contaning a valuable comment-
ary by Helmut E. Gerber; associ-
ate professor of English at Purdue
University, this volume incorpor-
ates letters written by Moore dur-
ing the years 1894-1910 to T. Fisher
Unwin, who was Moore's publisher,
and Lena Milman, who is credited
with having stimulated Moore's
interest in Russian literature.
The great value of this work
lies in its inherent commentaries
on works by. Emile Zola, Fedor
Dostoevsky, Iv an Turgenev,
Arthur Symons, George Eliot,
Jane Austen, William Butler
Yeats, James Joyce and others.
Students of world literature will
find great merit in such splendidly
compiled work and in the selection
of valuable material revealing the
personality structure of great
world literary figures.
There is, for example, the quo-
tation from Zola on replies to criti-
cism ("As Zola had reportedly done
on one occasion when asked 'Why
not answer the criticism?' - 'Oh,
no, I cannot answer anybody now,
I have passed the years of de-
fence.' ") There is the comment b3
the editor of the volume that
neither George Eliot nor Hane
Austem were good letter writers.
In its totality "George Moore in
Transition" is significant for its
revealing factors about noted
writers.

Of the developing countries' 800
million child ren, half do not re-
ceive any formal •educatio n.
UNICEF helps to train teachers
and to produce teaching materials.

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