17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
OPEN SUN. 2 - 5
Lavishly furnished 3 bedroom, 4
bathroom and den home. Carpeted,
air-conditioned. Finished basement.
Patio, swimming pool. 5 minutes
to Northland, walk to school. Option
3 bedroom brick ranch, full
basement, gas heat. Immediate
occupanc y. FHA appraised,
OAK PARK AREAS
NEW & USED HOMES
Ranches, Colonials, TA-levels
FROM $20,000 TO $80,000
List your home for fast sale with
OAK PARK-BY OWNER
Etkin built 3 bedroom ranch,
den, 11/2 baths, full tiled base-
ment. Central air-conditioning.
Carpeting, drapes. 5 1/4% mort-
gage. 1 block from 10 Mile
Open Sun. 2-5
CENTRALLY AIR CONDITIONED
3 bedrm. tri-level in FRANKLIN
VILLAGE. Newly decorated. Very
custom features, lovely patio off
fireplaced Family Rm. modern
kitchen with breakf. area. $47,900.
Xhis newly decorated central air-
conditioned 3 bedroom ranch in-
cludes I8x16 paneled family room
with complete built-ins, 11/2 baths,
carpeting in kitchen. Many other
Beacon Sq.-27685 Abington
Tri-level with 4 bedrooms on upper
level, large beautiful kitchen, 25 ft.
family room with fireplace, 2 full
baths, 2 half baths. 51/2% mortgage.
CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONED 3
bedroom brick ranch, 11/2 baths, new
carpeting, drapes, tiled basement.
Fully landscaped. Close to bus,
transportation, schools, synagogue,
shopping. No agents.
Seneca - Northfield
3 twin size bedroom brick ranch,
large kitchen and dining room.
Tiled & partitioned basement with
lay. Appliances, carpeting and dra-
peries. Park-like landscaping. Near
excellent bus transportation and
Asking $27,900 - will consider rea-
Call 356-8187 for °pot. to inspect
House Hunting in
°a/c Park B!vd., Nr Scotia .
Exceptional 3 bedroom brick
ranch on well landscaped lot.
Newly decorated plus brand
new carpeting. Full base.
F.A. oil ht. F.H.A. or bank
mortgage terms. Priced in
middle $20's. Inquire today.
Arthur N. King
All Kinds of Carpentry Work
SAVE - Deal Direct with
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, synagogue, Eng-
lish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254, 546-
EXPERT tutoring - all Hebrew and
English subjects. 353-1567.
TUTORING: All subjects. Experienced
teacher. Approved Board Education.
COMPANION for elderly lady. No
housework. Live-in. 356-4802.
A-I EXPERIENCED man and woman
wish wall washing. 925-6581 days or
WE NEED a live in companion to elder-
ly lady. Room, board and a good salary.
UN 4-3358 or 398-3942.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
FOR A MAID IN A JIFFI
Assume 51/2% mortgage, $85.
payments includes interest,
taxes, insurance. 2-bedroom
home. OAK .PARK. Troy-
3 bedroom ranch 11 paneled-can be
used as denl, 11/2 baths, carpeting
throughout, drapes. Nicely land-
scaped. Assume 41/2% mortgage.
15061 KENTON, OPEN SUN. 2-5.
12 blocks East of Greenfield, 4
blocks South of 10).
A PERFECT LOCATION
Open Sun. 1-4 or by appt.
Airy 2 bedroom ranch, gas heat,
full basement, attached garage and
breezeway. 1/2. block to Kosher
• showing, synagogue. FHA_ Imr
mediate possession. OWNER.
Irvine nr Coolidge
Central air conditioning
Exceptional 3 bedrm. brick ranch
home, beautiful carpeting & dra-
pes, full finished base., cedar
closet, patio. Priced in middle
$30,000. Convention or Land
Cont. terms. Call MIKE BER-
J & S
This custom attractive ramb-
ling ranch will bear its own
mark of excellence. 3 spacious
bedrms, 21/2 ceramic tile
baths, Central Air Cond.
sprinklers, costly carpets &
drapes. Fabulous Family Rm.
Inter-com throught. A dream
kit. 2 car att. gar., elec. eye
plus many more feat.
3 bedroom brick ranch on extra
large lot, 2 car attached garage.
Family room, 11/2. baths, full base-
ment. High assumable low interest
mortgage. Being transferred. 30
TUTORING of young retarded children
children or slower learners. 398-7547.
A & D CONSTRUCTION
All types of home improve-
ment and new construction
Hitchcock Real Estate
landscaped, 2 bedroom ranch, new
kitchen, family room with fireplace,
all carpeted and draped, large
rooms, attached 2-car garage. Plans
available for expansion. FHA ap-
praised at 532,500. Purchase terms
available or excellent mortgage as-
sumption. Rackham Golf Course.
area, OAK PARK.
Transportation provided - most
supplies furnishe d. Insured,
screened, dependable service.
Call any day E1:00 a.m. to 9 p.m.
354 - 3145
WIDOW wants babysitting or companion
DESIRE to be companion. Elderly or
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI 75639, ICE 8-1047.
DECORATING, painting, neat and
clean. Small carpenter work. 544-4104,
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
Exterior and Interior
PLUMBING. Expert home repair special
list, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
EXPERIENCED painter. Interior. ex-
terior. Guaranteed work. Reasonable.
Free estimates. 352-9544. after 6 p.m.
FIRST CLASS painting and decorating
25 years experience. Wood finishing
and antiquing our specialty. Reason
Many satisfied customers. Nice
work at reasonable prices.
Call Ext. 353-9025
at your convenience
17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
In the Ravine. 9 Mile-Inkster on Thorn-
175x196. Small down payment.
BEAUTIFUL lot, 150x150. Lahser -
Quarton area. Sewer, water, paving
22522 NORTH BELLWOOD
Award winning ultra-livable custom ranch home.
5 bedrooms, including 2 master suites with full baths, powder room
and third full bath. Outstanding family room with cathedral ceiling,
pegged oak floor, natural fireplace and built-ins. Large paneled study
with loads of bookshelves. Formal dining room with built-in break-
front, designer kitchen with complete built-ins and breakfast area.
Carpeting and- drapes. Finished basement with recr. room. Zoned
heating and air conditioning. Attached 21/2-car garage, lawn sprinklers.
Low traffic street, walking distance to Elem. School and Cong. ShaareY
Dup. Cost Over $125,000
AFFILIATES REALTY CO.
PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ron. LI 3-4.576 after 5.
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings, office furniture.
543 - 4832
CARPENTRY WORK, all kinds, exterior,
Interior. Free estimates. I. Schwartz.
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
By GEORGE FRIEDMAN
(Copyright 1910, JTA. Inc.)
With the swearing in of Associate
Justice .Harry Andrew Blackmun,
Flocks, Foils, Burlap,
a Methodist, the "Jewish seat" on
the Supreme Court has become de-
Judaicized for the first time in 33
years. Louis D. Brandeis was on
HERALD ROOFING CO.
the Bench from 1916 to 1939. Ben-
jamin Nathan Cardozo, who suc-
Local Independent Roofer
ceeded three-decade Justice Oliver
Wendell Holmes, served from 1932
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
to 1938. His place was subsequent-
534-5100 or Res. 676-5070
ly taken by Felix Frankfurter,
LADIES alterations, experienced, work 1939-62; Arthur Joseph Goldberg,
guaranteed. 542-2537, Mrs. G.
1962.65, and Abe Fortas, 1965-69.
NORTHWEST cement repairs, cement, (The only other Jewish Justice has
brick steps & porches etc. Small jobs been Louis Dembitz Brandeis,
preferable. Done by owner. Reasonable 1916-39.) Ironically, the seat now
occupied by conservative Minneso-
GRADUATE accountant - nights and tan Blackmun is situated on the
extreme left of the High Court
- CARS FOR SALE
Seven leaders of black coopera-
tives in the American South are
in Isarel to inspect irrigation meth-
ods and related communal prac-
68 FORD, 4 door hardtop, air. A-1
tices. A smaller group made a
sharp. First $1,600.
shorter visit last year. The tours
30870 W. 8 Mile Rd., Rear
were coordinated by Histadrut, to
which the black leaders were refer-
red by the Scholarship, Education
and Defense Fund for Racial
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
PAIR of blue and white antique Delft
lamps, $550 the pair. Handmade Bretz
SEDFRE president Marvin Rich
two-poster bed, box springs and mat-
tress, $400. Silver and silver plate serv- says "a lot of people were very
ing pieces $25 to $50. Call 626-0040.
impressed" with the data obtained
in 1969. "There is much that the
Israeli co-ops have to offer," he
notes. Greg Bardacke, executive
director of the Trade Union Coun-
cil for Histadrut, offers an addi-
tional insight: There are similar
co-ops in California, but the Ne-
LONDON (JTA) - Plans for a groes felt they would be mare wel-
Swiss concert by the prominent come in Israel.
Soviet violinist-conductor David
Oistrakh and the noted American
Remember John Patler? Three
violinist-conductor Yehudi Menuhin
years ago he was convicted of
-both of whom are Jewish-have
his American Nazi
been vetoed by the Soviet govern-
ment, according to a Soviet spokes- "fuehrer," George Lincoln Rock-
well. He has been out on bail for
man in Berne.
two years pending a hearing on his
This is believed to be the first
appeal to the Virginia Supreme
time the Kremlin which has here-
tofore maintained a distinction be- Court on a writ of error. Patler,
tween culture and politics, has who maintains he was not at the
scene of the crime, is also trying
made such a decision.
The setting for the concert was to regain his original Greek sur-
to have been the annual music fes- name, Patsalos.
Meanwhile, he has begun pub-
tival at Gstaad of which Menuhin
is honorary president, scheduled lishing in Washington, D.C., at the
age of 32, a monthly Spanish-Eng-
for Aug. 13-Sept. 4.
The spokesman explained that lish newspaper called "El Pueblo"
("The People"). The paper's first
"No Soviet artist is permitted to
editorial declared, in part:
work with or aid artists of other
nationalities if the latter are
"We are now living in the age of
favorable or helpful to the Israeli
enlightenment. Human dignity is
now within our grasp. In recent
(In New York, the American years, our nation has taken posi-
Jewish Congress termed the re- tive steps forward in the struggle
ported Soviet decision "ludicrous" 'to eliminate the disease of racism
and - an ominous development in . . . (The government has) the
the Soviet campaign against its opportunity to do the right things
own Jewish community and against from the very beginning and not
repeat the mistakes of the past."
(Eleazar Lipsky, chairman of the
Not bad for an ex-starmtrooper.
Congress' commission on interna-
tional affairs, added: "It is sad-
"Playboy's" April pictorial fea-
dening enough that statesmen and
military figures must approach ture on Israeli pulchritude drew
to the editor that the editor
each other with distrust on the sub-
; headed "Sultry Sabras" in the July
ject of the Middle East.
(It is intolerable that extraneous ! issue. "The Middle East," observ-
political circumstances must now ed the Connecticut reader, "has
be invoked to keep artists and per- I always fascinated me, but one
formers from joining one another ' glance at 'The Girls of Israel'
in their art . . . We call upon per- finally showed me why the Arabs
formers everywhere to repudiate want to capture the Promised
this latest manifestation of Soviet Land."
'66 CHEVROLET SuperSport, 2 Door
hardtop, console, bucket seats. First
intransigence and insensitivity...")
TUNIS (ZINS)-The 77 American
senators who called on President
Nixon to furnish Israel with addi-
tional aircraft are now on the Arab
boycott blacklist, according to a
spokesman of the Arab Boycott
Committee. The head of the Boy-
cott Committee declared that none
of the blacklisted senators will be
A-1 WALL and window washing. Rea-
sonable rates. 925-6581 anytime days or permitted to visit Arab countries,
and that all business groups with
whom the 77 are connected will
LARKINS MOVING CO. also be blacklisted and their
products boycotted. This is the first
Household and Office
instance of a boycott against elect-
ed representatives of a foreign
Local and Inter-State
c ntry which is considered friend-
lz o Israel.
Friday, July 3, 1970-37
Neot Hakikar Becomes
JERURSALEM - A new co-
' operative settlement in the Arava
desert was recently established on
the site of Neot Hakikar. The set-
tlement is north of S'dom and ad-
joins the Jordanian border. The
' settlers come from villages and
, cities throughout Israel and in-
I elude persons and families with
The economy will be based on
the cultivation of vegetables for
export and a date planation plant-
ed by the Jewish National Fund.
JNF was also responsible for all
land reclamation and drainage for
. the village.