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October 18, 1968 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-18

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17-HOUSES FOR SALE

Southfield
Stately 4 Pillared
Georgian Colonial

On lovely landscaped grounds in
desirable area. Gracious home in
immaculate condition with attach-
ed garage, basement and restful
patio. 4 bedrooms, 21/2 baths, din-
ing room, family room, and kitch-
en with all built-ins. Convenient
to Expressways and shopping.
Value: $48,700.

Phone DAVE SCHIKLER
353-2530
chamberlain

17 - A - LOTS FOR SALE

FRANKLIN FOREST

Northwestern and 13 Mile

2 large desirable lots.

JO 6-3961

FARMINGTON Township. 4 acres. 8
Mile - Grand River area. $10,000. TE
4-7772.

in W. Bloomfield Tnship, nr,
Tam 0' Shunter. Fine Residen-
tial area, with lots of trees

JO-A-INSTRUCTIONS

PIANO lessons. Experienced teacher.
Beginners and advanced. 863-3370.

D,stinguished residence in prestige
area, Birmingham school district
Superb features too numerous to
mention in builders 5 year old per-
sonal home. Custom designed on a
magnificent wooded site. Beamed
ceilings, 2 huge stone fireplaces.
Perfect setting for modern living.
Sprawling 4 bedroom tri-level, 4700
sq. ft. of living area, 31/2 baths.
Air-conditioning. Exciting kitchen.
BY APPT. $95,000.

VOICE LESSONS, beginning piano,
theory. B.M. degree Boston Conserva-
tory of Music, M.M. degree University
of Michigan. 862-1423.

OAK PARK-OPEN SUN. 2-5
12810 OAK PARK BLVD.

You'll love this 3 bed. brk. ranch,
Ian transportation, shopp. & schools.
New carpeting, drapes. "WIFE-
Saver" kitchen, tiled base., terrace,
well landscaped. Owner has 2
homes. Priced in low 20's. 353-2400.

Bar-Mitzva, Hebrew, Bible, Syna-
gogue, English. Experienced tutor.
342-92M.

WORK IN PAWN SHOP

Teenager or person part time.
No experience necessary. After
school OK.

1400 Michigan Ave.

WO 2-8698

OAK PK.-Open Sun. 2-5
Palmer Woods Manor
10420 Dartmouth

WORK in pawn shop. Person needed-
no experience necessary. WO. 2-8698,
1400 Michigan.

DETROIT - OPEN SUN. 2-5
20241 PIERSON

8 Mi.-Evergreen. Desirable 3 bedrm.,
brk. ranch, close to shopp. 8 trans.
Good kitchen, gas ht., tile base., ex-
tra lay., fenced yd. Ford High. 353-
2400.

LEEDS REALTY

SOUTHFIELD
IN BEAUTIFUL HAMPSHIRE WOODS

Magnificently appointed home!
Master bedroom suite on main
floor. 2 bedrooms up, 21/2 baths
stunning Family Rm., lge. bit-in.
kitch. & dinette. Beautiful carpet.
ing, drapes & fixtures. Attach. gar.
patio, artistically landscaped, fin.
base., CENT AIR. A divine home
blt without consideration of cost.
353-2400.

LEEDS REALTY

HUNTINGTON WDS. MANOR

Comfortable & sparkling clean 2-
bedrm. brk. ranch w/pan. Family
Rm. & Expansion attic. Tiled base.,
2-car gar. nr. Trans. & shopp. Let
us show you this exceptional home!
353-2400.

LEEDS REALTY

Farmington Township

IMMED. OCCUPANCY

ROLLING OAKS

Tri-Level Model

4 bedrms, 2V. baths, ext. large kitch.
Step-up Din. Rm. looking unto scen-
ic view & paneled Private Study.
Radio Intercom. Wet bar in Family
Rm. Laundry & Mud Rm. off 2 car
attach. garage. Carpeted. Disposal,
landscaping. Home located on a roll-
ing site.

$58,000

located off 14 Mi. Rd. betty. Farm-
ington & Drake Rds. or call

626-4300

or

353 - 9111

The Webster - Grant Co.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

COOK-experienced in Hungarian style
foods. Good hours. Sol's Restaurant and
Delicatessen. 13616 W. 7 Mile. DI. 1-2553.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY

for sales clerk - experienced in
mens clothing, to train in special-
ized field.

Apply Metropolitan Uniform Co.

455 Macomb

Corner Beaubien, opposite
Detroit Police Headquarters

STENO-SECRETARY

2 days week

Steady. Requires shorthand and

typing. Pleasant smaller office

on W. 7 Mile Rd. DI 1-5060.

RELIABLE driver wanted to pick 3
children up from Akiva Hebrew Day
School to Lahser-8 Mile area. After-
noons only. Call 537-2973.

WANTED: Capable person or
couple interested in children-
to work with a professional
team as resident houseparents
in an attractive home for
children. Husband can con-
tinue on his own employment.
Children are able to use com-
munity schools and facilities.
Good salary.

Call Mrs. Ruth S. Getz, Jewish Fam-
ily & Children Service, DI. 1-5959.

WANTED: Person that would
like to live in a comfortable
kosher Jewish home in Grand
Rapids, Mich. - To assist
elderly lady and son with
cooking - no housework.
Good home in quiet atmos- -
phere also with adequate
salary.

Write: H. Himelstein,
400 Marywood Dr. N.E.
Grand Rapids, Mich. 49505

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

RELIABLE woman desires babysitting.
Un 1.5593 or ICE 8-8218.

PART-TIME general office - bookkeep-
ing. EL 6-8984.

Highest Return
for your money

3 stores all tiled front, sep-
arate heating units, gas. Su-
per market with long lease.
Air cond. Tenants pay own
utilities. Full base, 4 car brk.
ga. Income $1,400 a mo. $18,000
cash needed. W. McNichols.
Ask for MR KALFUSS.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

Best Business
location in N.W.

Very modern lge. 6 stores,
tile front, all separate heating
units. Tenants pay own util-
ities. Auto hot water. Plenty
parking in rear. Fully occu-
pied. $15,000 cash need. Ask
for MR. KALFUSS.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

Also

storage.

1194-4317

CANADIAN oyster white Beaver fur
coat, mink collar. Size 14-16. Sacrifice.
EL 3-7788.

56 - ANTIQUES

49th SEMI-ANNUAL

ANTIQUE SHOW

Oct. 24, 25, 26, & 27. Thurs., Fri.,
Sat. 1-10 p.m., Sunday 1-7. 48 exhib-
itors from all over the country,
showing glass, china, furniture,
jewelry and general lines of fine
antiques.

Masonic Temple

500 Temple Ave.

Admission $1.25

60-CARS FOR SALE

BARRACUDA

"67" fastback. 15 months old. V-8
automatic. 17,000 actual miles. Navy
blue-white interior. Console, bucket
seats. Warranty. $2200.

1967 CORVAIR convertible, four on the
floor. A.M.-F.M. radio. One owner. Call
874-0196.

DRY
CLEANING PLANT

Fully equipped. Doing all bus-
iness over the counter. Has
Conveyor system. Brand new
Boller. Brand new Auto-Flex
system. Must sell. Call for in-
formation.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

87-PETS

GERMAN Shepard pups. AKC registered-
shots. Champion blood line. 2 months
old. Reasonably priced. ICE 4-0836.

Tel Aviv U. Sets Institute
on Latin American Life

NEW YORK (JTA) - Tel Aviv
University will establish a Latin
American Institute to strengthen
cultural ties between Israel and
Latin America, Dr. George S.
Wise, president of the University,
announced here.
50-BUSINESS CARDS
Dr. Wise arrived here on com-
LADIES alterations, experienced. Rea- pletion of a visit to five countries
sonable prices. Fast service. 538-4030.
in Latin America during which he
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. explained the nature of the project
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor- to the ministers of education in
age, pianos, appliances, household furn-
each of the countries and to the
ishings.
8829 Northend-Ferndale
heads of their universities and
543 4832
secured their cooperation in the
PAINTING and decorating. All work project.
guaranteed. References. TY 7-2501.
In each country, Dr. Wise said,
EXPERIENCED painter desires interior- the project was looked upon as an
exterior painting. Guaranteed. 871-3381. implementation of the cultural
DRESSMAKING, alterations. New York agreement between Israel and the
experience. Giselle. KE. 4-2309.
countries-Mexico, Argentina, Bra-
DECORATING-painting. Neat and clean. zil, Chile and Venezuela-signed in
Also small carpentry work. 542-3270.
1958.
The new institute will begin

-

PLUMBING. Expert home repair speci-
alist, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.

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

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

FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
526 Belmont.

EXPERT PAPERHANGING
PAINTING

INTERIOR ONLY.
REFERENCES

CHAS. CADOTTE 874-3281

Vemcb ELECTRONIC

GARAGE DOOR

OPENER

Household and Office Furniture

hater - state

FREE NEW TESTAMENT

For Synagogue or home Compara-
tive Religion Study. Available in
English Yiddish or Hebrew. Write:
SCRIPTURES. Dept. 11-51. 151 Pros-
pect Drive, Stratford. Conn. 06497.

358-4173

LARKINS MOVING CO.

en+

5-PIECE dining room set. Couch and
chair. 1 year old. Must sell. Call after
8. 549-3861.

DETROIT ANTIQUE SHOW INC.

50-BUSINESS CARDS

Load

AURORA H.O. scale slot car set. 538-
7871.

55-8-APPAREL FOR SALE

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

PERSON to work in produce depart-
ment in super market, part-time, morn-
ing hours. Apply at State Fair Super
Market, 726 Hilton Rd., Ferndale.

LEEDS REALTY

6 stores, on busy W. 8 Mi. Rd.
Ideal for any whoselale or re-
tail business. All stores occu-
pied with leases. Ideal invest-
ment.

GUITAR lessons, classical. Folk guitar
Flamenco. LI. 7-2068. 9 Mile-Greenfield
area.

LEEDS REALTY

Beautiful spacious 4 bed. Georgian
Col. in excel. area. 20' Pan. Fam.
Rm. w/firepl. dorwall, sep. Din. Rm.
21/2 baths, Lge. kitch. w/bIt-ins,
dinette, cent. air cond., tiled base,
lovely carpeting. This house is ready
for immed. occup. 353-2400

Modern Store Bldg.

626-5049

SOUTHFIELD

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

55-MISCELLANEOUS

Beautiful Bldg. Sife

Southfield & 11 Mi. Roads

353-9191

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Call Evenings Unhl

353-3254

functioning on the Tel Aviv cam-
pus in 1968, Dr. Wise said. It
will provide instruction in the
history, government, social and
economic structure, culture and
art of Latin America. The courses
will be given by the Tel Aviv
University staff and by exchange
professors who will lecture in
Spanish and Portuguese. Plans
are now being worked out, Dr.
Wise said, for a faculty exchange
program between Tel Aviv and
leading Latin American univer-
sities. •

Tel Avi‘, University will provide
25 scholarships each year for stu-
dents from Latin America. Five
scholarships for each of the par-
ticipating countries will be made
available for the first year.
Under arrangements made by
Dr. Wise with the ministers of
education and the university rec-
tors in the five countries, commit-
tees have been established there to
select the scholarship students.
The ambassador of Israel is an

honorary member of the commit-
tee in each country.
Selections are now being made
so that the first scholarship recipi-
ents can begin their studies at Tel
Aviv University this term.

Friday, October 18, 1968-45

UNRWA Finances
`Precarious,' Says
Chief Michehnore

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
The commissioner-general of the
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees
(UNRWA) warned Tuesday that
UNRWA's financial situation is
"precarious" and that the outlook
for its future was "even more
alarming."
The official, Laurence Michel-
more, told the General Assembly
in his annual report that unless
UNRWA received additional con-
tributions amounting to 10 per

cent of its prospective income for
the current year, a reduction in

services to the refugee population
would be inescapable.
Michelmore stated that such a
reduction would result in "human
hardship and suffering and the
likelihood that the efforts" of
Middle East peace envoy Dr. Gun-
nar V. Jarring "will be jeopar-
dized."
He said that if the assembly
should extend UNFcWA's mandate
beyond June 30, 1969, the situa-
tion of the refugees would re-
quire the agency not only to main-
tain but also to expand its health
and education services. He said it
would do so to the extent that

funds made it possible.
Michelmore estimated that
UNRWA would need $42,500,000 in
1969 to carry on present programs
but estimated that income was not
expected to exceed $37,600,000,
leaving a prospective deficit of
$4,900,000.
The UN official said that
UNRWA's capacity to help was
diminished by the fact that
some of its best camps, schools,
clinics and other facilities stood
idle in the West Bank town of
Jericho, while the one-time in-
habitants eked out a bare sub-
sistence in tent camps or other
interim accommodations in Jor-
dan. UNRWA had been prepar-
ed-and was still prepared-to
improve conditions in the emer-
gency tent camps. Michelmore
said, but added that there was a
striking incongruity between hav-
ing to improvise and to expend
limited resources while perman-
ent camps and facilities lay idle
on the West Bank.

Michelmore said that the great-
est demand for UNRWA services
during the year came from Jordan
where the number of Palestinian
refugees increased to 455,500 plus
some 38,500 from Gaza. In addi-
tion to these, the Jordan govern-
ment also registered some 246,000
persons displaced from the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip, he said.
Michelmore said that in general,
cooperation between UNRWA and
local authorities had been good.
He said consultations had been
held with the Israel government
to reconcile UNRWA statistics
with those produced by the Is-
raeli census. He said the agency's
current estimate of the number
of refugees remaining on the
West Bank is 245,000 of whom
140,000 are ration recipients.

Ex-Indian Envoy Suggests
End to Mid-East Deadlock

Arthur Lall, former Indian am-
bassador to the United Nations,
offers a proposal to break the
Arab-Israeli deadlock over the is-
sue of direct negotiations in "The
UN and the Middle East Crisis,
1967," to be published Tuesday by
Columbia University Press.
Lall suggests two separate but
identically-worded treaties, one
signed by Israel and other UN
members and the other signed by
the Arab states and other UN
members. "In this way the Arab
states and Israel would both be
bound by treaties involving them-
selves and the great powers and

other members of the United Na-
tions, and yet direct treaty rola-
would be deferred to a future
date," he notes.

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