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March 28, 1969 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-28

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70—Friday, March 28, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

19-D—INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

VACANT COMMERCIAL

MADISON HEIGHTS. 12 Mi-John R.
area. 160x640' site. Zoned light mfg.
sewer & water in. 525,000. Land
Cont. terms available.

G. & W. Real Estate

366-2996

19-E—BUSINESS PROPERTY
FOR SALE

SOUTHF1ELD-ZONED OFFICES
LOT 55x136 — 5 rm. brick
ranch fin. base. $35,500.
LOT 88x89 — 6 rm. brick
ranch with attach. 1 car gar.,
fin. base., corner lot. $48,900.

Ask for Betty Grigg
357-5414 or 356-4597

WORK IN PAWN SHOP
Person needed part-time or full-
time. No experience needed.

SALESPEOPLE

Full and part-time. Sell sharp ladles
sportswear. Excellent working con-
ditions and fringe benefits. Apply
in person.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

COMPLETE modernization—specializing
In recreation rooms. Free estimates.
Call BR. 3-4826 or LI. 5-4035. I. Schwartz

358-5285

Paper Hanging

Specialists

Saturdays
9 A.M. to 6 P.M.

FREE ESTIMATES

342-8600

ELECTRICAL repairs all types. Rest-
dential, Commercial. EL. 6-7228.

Real Estate

Custom
q3uilder

PAINTING—exterior, interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI. 7-5639, KE. 8-1047.

Secretary-Receptionist

for active office in Northwest De-
troit area. Knowledge of Real Es-
tate & office procedure helpful.
Typing essential. Call Mr. Silverman

Arthur N. King

.Every
Customer
A Reference

MANEY THOMAS

Deluxe Carpet & Upholstering

342-8600

Cleaning

Commercial — Homes

Person for office, part-time, 15-
25 week. Typing, some book-
keeping and filing. $2.0042.50
hour.

7 Mile-Southfield Area
Mr. Roy Wilson, KE. 2-8950

17663 W. 10 Mile

Free Estimates

868-3959

DECORATING, painting. Neat and clean.
Small carpentry work. 544-4104. 542.3370

358-4310

SO-A—INSTRUCTIONS

MATH TUTORING, grades 7.12. James
Wineman. UN 3.6372.

BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng-
lish. Experienced tutor. 342.9254. 546-0583

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

HOUSEKEEPER, live-in. Private quar-
ters. Doctors home. Recent references.
Must like children. Top salary. 864-2787.

WAREHOUSE person for wholesale dry
goods company. 5 days a week. Possibil-
ity f or advancement. Downtown De-
troit. TA. 5-6080.

Bookkeeper-Office Manager
Salary commensurate with ex-

For large Linen Supply and
Industrial Garment Rental
Company. Aggressive indi-
vidual who is qualified to
advance. Min. 2 years col-
lege. Starting salary $190.
weekly plus commissions.
Liberal vacations, hospital-
ization and retirement pro-
gram. Car furnished.

Send Resume To: Domestic
Linen Supply, Attn: John
Rabette, 3800 - 18th. Street,
Detroit, Mich. 48208

SALESPEOPLE

LIVE-IN OVERSEAS DOMESTICS
AVAILABLE FOR PLACEMENT IN
YOUR HOME.

• BURTON'S GAL
Harvard Row Mall
11 Mile 8 Lahser, Southfield

FIT FOR A QUEEN AGENCY

352-1090

358-5285

Attractive Investment

LEEDS REALTY

ROUTE
SALESPERSON

GROSS REALTY

Large Linen Supply and
Industrial Garment Rental
I Company has opening for an
I aggressive individual who is

DI 2-1300

Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings.
8829 Northend—Ferndale

543 - 4832

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

Galvanized and Aluminum Gut-
ter installed. Roofs repaired
and recovered.

Serving Detroit & Suburbs
since 1905.

Free Estimates

Call TA 5-3368

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

A-I PAPERHANGING and painting. Im-
mediate service. UN 4-0326.

WE CARE ALL SEASON

I

Dry Cleaning .
Business

Good N.W. area doing all
business over the counter.
Fully equipped with modern
machinery. Ask for MR.
LEMER.



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Cares for your lawn all
season — not just during
Pesach. Call now for re-
serve service.

542-3986 or 549-7352

SMALL JOBS, basement ceiling and
floors tiled, walla paneled. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4576.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

894-4587

I
I
qualified to advance. Steady
employment. .Litbieornalanvd acrea .- I

Send Resume To: Domestic
Linen Supply, Attn: John
Rabette, 3800 - 18th. Street,
Detroit, Mich. 48208

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Household and Office Furniture
Local and Inter-state
Also storage.

I

III

I -

Modern Store Bldg. Has 6
stores, all ocupied and leas-
ed. Tenants pay all utilities.
Shows good return. Make of -
fer. Ask for Mr. Lemer.

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_school' education.

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

ST. MORITZ

If you can SELL, our organization
can provide you with unlimited
earnings, in the field of Real Es-
tate. For Appt. call Miss Carr at
353-2400.

1 tirement program. Min. high

Or

Carolyn at 341-8874

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Experenced Salespeople

g

For serving and clean-up
Call
Linda at 863-5370

40-B—LIVE-IN MAIDS

Full and part-time. Sell sharp ladies
sportswear. Excellent working con-
ditions and fringe benefits. Apply
in person.

I

HAVING A PARTY!

SALES AND
SERVICE SUPERVISOR

perience and ability.

Cadillac Sq. Fruit Co.
2454 Market St.
962-5020

535-0206

342-6652

GROSS REALTY-
DI 2-1300 •

55—MISCELLANEOUS

Brunswick Poolhall Slate Table.
piece slate, heavy duty, old

3

style. 5175. Con move. profes-
Vonal golf set, Wilson-Staff.

$50,

2.6713, AMU,

60—CARS FOR

SALE

•7'EMPEST • 1966. 54,000 - miles, • Power
steering, automatic, whitewalls. 357-4755.

found himself on the British
'wanted" list.
As mayor of Israel's chief sea-
port and center of heavy industry,
Mr. Khoushi administered a city
of 300,000 with the energy and
flare of the late Fiorello H. La-
Guardia, the mayor of New York
to whom he was often compared.
He was an early riser, and each
morning he personally inspected
the streets for cleanliness and tidi-
ness. The door to his office in
Haifa's modern' city hall was al-
ways open, and the mayor fre-
quently gave personal attention to
the problems of individual citi-
zens. He spoke Arabic fluently,
and his relationship with Haifa's
Arab and Druze communities was
always considered excellent.

-

Berlin Actor
Ernst Deutsch

Vinyls, Flocks, Foils and Wet-Looking
Vinyls.

for a large Real Estate office in
Northwest area. Typing essential,
knowledge of office procedure help-
full. Call Mr. Silverman.

Arthur N. King

HAIFA (JTA) — Abba Khoushi,
mayor of Haifa for the past 18
years, died at Rothschild Hospital
here early Monday at age 71. Mr.
Khoushi was hospitalized a week
ago for what was diagnosed as a
slight heart attack.
One of Israel's most colorful and
most formidable political figures.
Mr. Khoushi was born in Turka,
Austria, and settled in Palestine
in 1920 when Haifa was a minor

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

Telephone Receptionist

S. BARENHOLTZ

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

1400 Michigan
WO. 2-8698

Southfield & 11 Mi. Rds.

20—BUILDER

OAK PK.- MI. AREA
A REAL MONEY MAKER
Drop-off Laundromat, the lat-
est of machinery (Wash and
Iron drop off and Pickup).
For many years in same loca•
Hon. Owner made enough to
retire. Don't miss this money
maker. $5,000 needed. Ask for
Mr. Kalfuss.

WOMAN wishes companion to live-in
Oak Park apartment. Private room.
Light housework. Good pay. 342-5774.

BURTON'S GAL
Harvard Row Mall
11 Mile & Lahser, Southfield

chamberlain

Ideal for Couple

BOOKKEEPER, part-time, thru trial bal-
ance. Some typing. Southwest area. 843-
3761.

Mayor Abba Khoushi, 71;
Haifa's Own `Fiorello'

ABA KHOUSHI

port. He worked as a longshore-
man on the docks from 1920 to
1938 when he became general-
secretary of Haifa's Workers'
Council. He was elected to the
first Knesset on the Mapai ticket
in 1949 and served until 1951 when
he was elected Haifa's mayor.
Mr. Khoushi was a member of
the executive committee of His-
tadrut, Israel's labor federation,
and of the council of Mapai. He
was active in the Hagana, Jew-
ish Palestine's defense force of
pre-statehood days, and had to
seek refuge with a Druze fam-
ily on Mount Carmel when he

Dr. Gerstmann, 81;
Was Neurologist

NEW YORK — Dr. Josef Gerst-
mann, noted neurologist and psy-
chiatrist, died Sunday at age 81.
He was the author of more than
100 papers on neuropsychiatry.
A brain disorder that causes
right-left disorientation was de-
scribed by Dr. Gerstmann, for
whom the syndrome was named.
A graduate of the University of
Vienna and one-time assistant of
Nobel Prize winner Dr. Julius
Wagner von Jauregg, Dr. Gerst-
mann was in charge of a hospital
for nervous and mental diseases
on the Italian Front during World
War I. He later became director
of the Hospital for Mental and
Nervous Diseases in Vienna and
professor at the University of
Vienna.
Forced to leave his native Aus-
tria following the Anschluss, Dr.
Gerstmann came to the United
States, where he filled a number
of important research positions.

BERLIN—Ernst Deutsch, inter-
nationally known German Jewish
actor from the Max Reinhardt the-
atrical era who made a comeback
after World War H, died last Sat-
urday at age 78.
Mr. Deutsch was well known
among the younger German gen-
eration of theatergoers with his
impersonations of Shylock from
Shakespeare's "Merchant of Yen-
ice" and "Nathan the Wise" from
the play of the same name by
Lessing. He also was recognized
outside Germany and in Israel.
Born in Czechoslovakia, Mr.
Deutsch began his theatrical Ca-
reer in Vienna but soon moved
to Berlin and became leading
man in Reinhardt's Dentsches
Theater. He played in both
classic and modern works—from
Shakespeare to Ibsen.
He left Germany because of
Nazi persecution in 1933 and found
his way to the United States. Mr.
Deutsch acted in Hollywood and
on Broadway, returning to Ger-
many after World War H. He said
he had to go back because he
could not speak English well. But
Mr. Deutsch's return was ac-
claimed by German audiences.
who arose at his appearance op
stage.
He worked with several German
theater companies, and was last in
the United States on tour in March
1968.
Among his roles was that of
Kurtz in Carol Reed's classic 1930
movie, "The Third Man."

Sociologist Dr. Weinberg;
Ex-U. of M. Professor

TORONTO — Dr. Ian Weinberg.
associate professor of sociology at
the University of Toronto, died
March 12 at age 31. Before joining
the university, he was an assistant
professor of sociology at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
Born in London, Dr. Weinberg
was graduated with honors from
Oxford University, and at Prince-
ton University, he was an Ogden
Porter Jacobus fellow, receiving a
PhD degree in 1964. He edited two
sociology quarterlies and authored
a book on the English public
schools.

56—ANTIQUES

Dr. Israel Yagupski

A- ntiques

BUENOS AIRES (ZINS) — Dr.
Israel Yagupski, vice president of
the Latin American Confederation
of General Zionists, died here after
a short illness. Dr. Yagupski was
one of the most prominent Zionist
leaders of the Jewish community
in Latin America.
He was a pioneer of Hebrew
education in Latin America, as
well as a prominent longtime
Zionist leader. Dr. Yagupski did
not succeed in fulfilling his dream
of settling in Israel, where his
children and his grandchildren
have made their home.

Show

48 Exhibitors

March 27
to
March 30

1 P.M. to 10 P.M.
Sun. 1 P.M. to 6 P.M.

MASONIC TEMPLE
500 TEMPLE
Admission $1.25

Det. Antiques
Show, Inc.

However rare true love is, true
friendship is rarer.—La Rochefo1-
uld.

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