46-Friday, March 6, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
Assume High Mortgage Bal.
Ask for MARY GREENBERG
LI 8-8630 - LI 8-1500
Southfield-Open Sunday 1-5
New lge. 3 bed. ranch, 11/2 baths,
pan. Fam. Rm. firepl. oven dish-
washer, 2 car attach, garage. Im-
med. poss. Land Cont. or F.H.A.
3 bedroom ranch, carpeting and
drapes throughout. Air-condi-
tioned. Finished basement. Built-
OAK PARK-23081 BEVERLY
Face brick ranch, 3 bedrooms. 2
baths, family room, built-ins. Full
basement. Assume 544 ,!, mortgage.
OPEN SUN. 2-5
Spacious 3 bedroom ranch, family
room plus den, first floor laundry
room, large kitchen with double
oven, range, dishwasher. Beautifully
landscaped 100x130 ft. lot, circular
drive, sprinkler system, 21/2 car ga-
rage. MUST SELL.
NEW MODEL HOMES
BUY before models are completed
and save $1,000. Prices start under
10 yrs. young. Rambling cust.
blt. ranch, all face brk. 71-
rms. of comfort. Complete
modern kitch., sharp Liv. Rm.
Fam. Km. , & Din. Rm., nat,
firepl., parkay floors, bit-in
libr., 21/2 baths, 21/2 alt. gar.,
sprink. syst., copper plumbing.
Conven. mtge. only. Priced
Call Between 8:30-5:30
Mondy thru Friday
Distinctive Blt. Homes Inc.
9 Mi.-Greenfield Area
3 bedroom ranch, new carpeting
and drapes, 2 full baths, den, new
central air-conditioning. Finished
sunroom and patio. Just painted -
Immaculate condition. By owner.
$32,000 or best offer.
Airy 2 bedroom ranch, gas heat,
gas heat, full basement, attached
breezeway and gar age. Walking
distance to Kosher shopping, svna-
gogue and all other needs. FHA
committment. Rimed. possession.
Open Sun. 1-5 or by oppt.
New Homes - Open 2-5
3 bedroom brick ranch, 2 baths,
paneled family room with fire-
place. Move right in.
4 bedroom brick colonial, V,.
baths, paneled family room with
fireplace. House roughed in. Sell
as is or will finished to suit.
Interesting Chalet style tri-level.
5 bedrooms, or 4 and den, family
r o m. Central air-conditioning.
Country kitchen with built-ins.
Attached garage. Under the market
16211 Pennsylvania cor. Ariel
Lot 62x145. For sale with 1,800
sq. ft. basement in. Sell as is or
will change floor pions to suit
ALKON REAL ESTATE
16444 New Jersey
Lot 98x132 for sale with 2,250
sq. ft. basement in. Sell as is
or will change floor plan to suit
Luxurious 4 bedroom ranch
home built by Singer. Extra
large rooms, 21/4 baths. Full
tiled basment: Fully air-condi-
tioned. Circular drive, autc.
matic sprinklers, electric ga-
rage doors, large 100 ft. tot,
fully landscaped. Custom made
rugs and drapes included.
Price $64,500. Can assume
51/41i, mortgage. Immediate
4 bedroom brick colonial located
in Doherty Estates. 2., baths,
large paneled family room with
fireplace. House roughed in. Sell
as is or will finish to suit.
Doherty Estotes. 2 lovely lots.
17.A-LOTS FOR SALE
LARGE WOODED lot on Stonewood
Court in Farmington. All improve-
ments. Walking distance to schools.
Frontage 247x177x280. 626-7583.
100'x175' Treed Lot
Coventry Woods Lane
BY OWNER. Corner lot. Bloomfield
Village, Indian Mound Area, 963-0733.
bed. ranch includes
landscaping, central air
cond. not. firepl. Tappan
stove, dishwasher & dis-
posal. Furniture finished
kitchen cabinets, storms,
screens, paneled Family
Rm. w/beamed ceiling &
drapes. 1st floor Laundry,
2 car attached garage,
outside patio. Only
25340 Ronoill Ct. car. Balfour
Rosemont Bldg. Co.
L11 . 84114
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
COMPANION wanted for elderly woman.
Very light duties. Beautiful room with
private bath. Live-in. Good wages.
Southfield area. 368-1200, EL 6.3253,
LI 4-7570, 358-0110, 352-2726.
ELDERLY LADY wishes companion to
live in. Everything furnished. Northgate
apartment. 342.8543 after 4.
SALES and stock help. Full or part-
Real Esfafe Salespeople
Will train-full or part time.
Make $ S $
Leeds Realty 353-2400
24725 Greenfield, S. of 10 Mi.
We have moved into larger mag-
nificent quarters ! We are expand-
ing !! We need experienced per-
sonnel to handle:
Excellent commission & prof it
Ask for Mr. Gross
Dr. Hanoch Milwidsky, head of the department of thoracic and
cardio-vascular surgery of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical
Center, who died when a Swiss airliner exploded over Zurich, is
shown with an Arab patient whom he had successfully treated at
Are you a leader? Investigate this
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provement company has an opening
for salespeople who have a desire
to win. No prior experience in home
improvements necessary. If you are
looking for an interesting, bright
exciting future with salary and
commission APPLY IN PERSON
3840 E. 8 MILE
WORK IN PAWN SHOP
Full or Part-Time
Work in Pawnshop
After school okay
No experience necessary
WANTED FOR WASTE
a * *
"Whether it was the underpriv- community but to the world at
fleged Arab or the Jew, it did not 1 a r g e," Mrs. Schenk said in a
matter what the station of life or transatlantic telephone interview
the religious origin = all that from Jerusalem.
mattered for him was that a hu-
In Amman, Jordan, there is
man being was in distress."
an Arab who knew the skill of
Mrs, Max Schenk, president of
the department headed by the
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist
58-year-old Dr. Milwidsky. Re-
Organization of Am e r i c a, was
peatedly the Arab from Amman
speaking of Dr. Hanoch Milwidsky,
had tried unsuccessfully to find
head of the department of thoracic
relief from his increasing breath-
surgery of the Hadassah-Hebrew
lessness in Beirut, Damascus
University Medical Center. Pro-
and Cairo. It was Hadassah's
fessor Milwidsky was one of the
physicians who replaced
47 who died in the crash of the
the Arab's two diseased heart
Swiss airliner that was bound
from Zurich to Tel Aviv. On a
sabbatical f r o m the Hadassah "The records of the Hadassah
Medical Organization, he had been Medical Center are full of Arab
deeply involved in his all-embrac- names who have been treated by
ing interest: heart surgery. this humanitarian," Mrs. Schenk
The death of Dr. Milwidsky was said.
"not only a loss to the scientific
She recalled that Prof. Milwid-
sky, who this year was celebrating
his 32 years of work in Hadassah,
performed the first closed-heart
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. operation in; Israel in 1952; and
Local and Long Distance STORAGE. in 1959, he did the first open heart
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
It was under his direction that
the department of thoracic surgery
ELECTRIC REPAIRS, all types. Resi- successfully fought pulmonary tu-
dential, commercial. EL 6-7228.
berculosis and is an authority in
PAINTING AND decorating. Experi- this field. Because of him, the de-
enced paperhanger. All work guar- partment is able to handle all
anteed. References. TY 7-2501.
kinds of cardio-vascular and thora-
cic surgery whether congenital or
HERALD ROOFING CO.
Local Independent Roofer
Annually, he directed over 200
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
His publications have been read
543-5100 or Res. 676
the world over, not excluding the
medical institutions of the Arab
world, Mrs. Schenk said.
In a sharp indictment of those
who had perpetrated the bomb
explosion of the Swiss airliner,
she asserted "All men mourn
and cry out for the shame that
lies with every man who re-
off Bell Rd.
BLDR'S RANCH MODEL
Israeli Surgeon, Victim in Air Crash,
Treated Arabs, Jewish Patients Alike
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, synag syna-
gogue. English. Experienced tutor. 342-
Days WO 1-0690
Weekends and evenings, 546-9130
MATH tutoring, grades 7-12.
Charming 3 bedroom Spanish type
colonial, 1'l baths, carpeted kitch-
en, breakfast nook, formal dining
room, den and living room with
double fireplace. Decorator drapes.
2 car garage, beautifully land-
scaped. $35,900. BY OWNER.
SOUTHFIELD-4 bedrm. brk. Col.
Pan. Fam. Rm. w/ firepl., 2 , ,
baths, cent. air cond., auto gar.
door opener, new carpeting. Ask-
MODERN MATH tutoring, all grades.
M.A., B.S. degrees, Certified,
enced teacher. 545-3898.
2 lots approx. 78x275. Phillips Drive.
Or will build to suit. Plans avail-
Roth Construction LI 3-5194
360 FT. FRONTAGE on Michigan
Avenue - Good for motel. Close to
Metropolitan Airport. Also Income prop-
erty. Small down payment. Land con-
tract. LOgan 1-4173.
22 - REAL ESTATE WANTED
CASH for Detroit property. Call Sid
I Moss, 341-5161.
30 - A - INSTRUCTIONS
EXPERIENCED piano teacher, specializ-
ing in beginners. 647-7239.
PRIVATE TUTORING in Spanish. All
students. 357-4275 after 5.
Experienced shoemakers to make
new shoes. Steady work.
New York Custom Shoe Shop
WO 2-7989, 567-3743
CARPENTRY WORK, all kinds, exterior,
interior. Free eestimates. I. Schwartz,
BR 3-4826. LI 5-4035.
Household and Office Furniture
Local and Inter-state
LARKINS MOVING CO.
In appealing to the United
States, the international commu-
nity, airlines and the pilots asso-
Call Evenings Until 9
ciation to curb the activity of
_ terrorist group s, Mrs. Schenk
scored the curtailment of any air
PLUMBING. Expert home repair special
service, saying "To yield to terror
list, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
is to join forces with terror."
FIRST CLASS painting and decorating
25 years experience. Wood finishing
and antiquing our specialty. Reason
PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 34576.
DECORATING, painting, neat
clean. Small carpenter work. 544.4104,
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
Complete Household Furniture
Fine oil paintings, magnificent
water colors, art objects. This is
a once In a life time opportunity
for art collectors.
Sat. 2.6 P.M.
Sun. 10-4 P.M.
MOTHER of six children would like
to purchase from private party -
t5lIdren's and teens used clothes -
if good quality. Call 5654062,
Residents of New Nursing
Home Help Run Facility
MONTREAL (JTA) - Residents
of the new Jewish Nursing Home
will help to run the institution
which has a kitchen on each of its
two floors open to residents and
their visitors. This arrangement
is part of a program to provide
as much of a home-like atmos-
phere as is possible in such a
facility. Another feature is a pro-
vision that nurses do not wear uni-
The new institution, located on
the grounds of the Jewish Hospital
of Hope here, was converted from
a former nurses' residence. It was
opened for admission in January.
More than 150 applications were
received by early December for
the home's 44 beds and additional
applications have continued to be