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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 50 - BUSINESS CARDS

3S-Friday, August 21, 1970

17-A-LOTS FOR SALE

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

FRANKLIN Forest. Northwestern and
.13 Mile. 2 large desirable lots. 358-1285
or 353-5742.

SOUTHFIELD-BEACON SQ. SUB.

4 bedrm. COLONIAL 21/2 baths,
perfect condition. elec. kitch. w/all
appliances. Huge pan. Family Rm.
with parkay floors, new carpets
& drapes, attached 2ti.• car garage.
Swim pool close by. Priced in the
540's. SALLY WERBE.

ACRE Ravine lot behind Shaarey
iedek. Asking 51,000 less than develop-
ers price. 5424627.

BEAUTIFUL custom home site, 150x150.
Lahser-Q uarton area. Sewer, water,
paved. 357-4246.

ALAN GROSSMAN CO.

19345 Livernois

DI 1 - 9090

19-OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

A Business Man's Home
7 Mi.-Southfield

BIRMINGHAM - Best bet in
nice space for educational or
religious use. Private offices,
at 575 mo. all services. Wood-
ward-Hunter-Maple area. POE,
LI 3-4700.

Corner lot 3 bedroom brick bunga-
low. 154 baths. Beautiful recr. room
finished in knotty cedar with bar.
Business office i push button phones)
Every convenience. Priced below
apprasial. By owner (moving to
Fla.)

18516 Gilchrist

272-2080

20-A-MODERNIZATION

OAK PK. N. of 10

A & D CONSTRUCTION

Immaculate 2 bedroom and Florida
Rm. brick home with attractive
firepl. in cheerful spacious Liv.
Rm., separate dining room overlook-
ing beaut. landscaped garden, 2.2
car garage. Asking 528,000.

All types of home improve-
ment and hew construction
Free estimates.

Ask for HELAINE WOOLE
LI 4-9534 or LI 8-1500

chamberlain

OAK PARK
$25,900

3 bedroom brick ranch. Beautiful
carpeting and drapes throughout.
Modern kitchen with new formica
counter tops and new floor. Air(
conditioner, dishwasher. Finished
basement. Large patio. Assumable
mortgage. Immaculate move-
.in condition. Oak Park-Greenfield
area. OPEN SUN. 2-5. 15141 LESLIE.

476 - 9288

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

I BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, synagogue, Eng-
lish. Experienced tutor. 342-9254, 546-
13583.

QUALIFIED piano teacher has few
openings. 863-3370.

TUTORING. Experienced certified teach-
er. Modern math and other elementary
subjects. 545-6420.

1

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

399-7078

WANTED - Teacher, experienced for
Sunday Religious School, in Oak Park.
Early grades. LI 8-9000.

SHERWOOD VILLAGE

WANTED - A person or couple as
resident house parents for small group
home for children. Husband can con-
tinue own work. Children under care
able to use community school and facil-
ities. Attractive home and good salary
for persons interested in children and
in working with them and a profes-
sional team. Call or write, Mrs. Ruth
S. Getz, Jewish Family & Children
Service. DI 1.5959. 10801 Curtis, Detroit
48221.

3 bedroom ranch, 2 full, 2 half
baths, 17x22 paneled family
room, many custom built-ins.
Large kitchen and breakfast
room. New carpeting, drapes,
decorating. 2 car attached ga-
rage-electric door, circular
drive. 564,500.

353-5441

ASSIT MANAGER

9303 E. OUTER DRIVE



Lovely 3 bedroom colonial, brick
and shingle construction. Newly
decorated kitchen and family room-
beamed ceiling etc. Gas heat, dis-
posal, dishwasher. Extra lot op-
tional. Nr. schools & buses. 523,000.

for sports stores- to train for
management. Starting salary
5675. Fast raises.

538 - 8960, 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Jack Swartz

371-8060

HOUSEKEEPER to look after elderly
gentleman. 2 consecutive days weekly -
stay nights. LI 8-5617.

OAK PARK

3 bedrm. ranch on lovely wooded
street. Large paneled Fam. Rm.
w (nat. firepl. & beamed ceiling.
Kitch. w'tilt-ins, double stainless
steel sink & birch cabinets. 2 car
garage. 537,500.

ELDERLY woman wants companion.
Private room and bath. Live-in. Light
duties. Top wages. 368-1200, LI 4-7570,
358-0110, 352-2726.

REAL ESTATE
SALESPEOPLE

ASK FOR SADIE ELKIN
LI 8-1500 - 399-1676

chamberlain

Come where the action is. Many
leads and many properties. Come
in & start making 555. Our great
volume of listings & investor owned
properties & extensive advertising
program guarantees yearly. For in-
terview. call Richard Silverman.

SOUTHFIELD

12 MI.-EVERGREEN

4 bedroom colonial, 2 12 baths,
family room with fireplace.
first floor laundry, central air.
Newly decorated. 5 1 5 c-mort-
gage. 547,500.

Arthur N. King
1 551 0 Livernois

EXPERIENCED person wanted for full-
, time position in bookstore. Call Mr.
Fuller, 399-2255.

RELIABLE babysitter wanted to care
for infant and pre-schooler. My home
- 2 or 3 days week. Must drive. 398-
0799.

356-1991

OPEN SUN. 1 - 5

TYPIST-

15558 George Washington, Southfield

3 bedroom ranch, paneled den,
carpeting, drapes. Finished base-
ment, enclosed back porch. Cen-
tral air. Automatic sprinkler. Many
other features.

RECEPTIONIST

Switchboard Operator

Experience preferred - for
Downtown Detroit Jewish
agency.

357-1758

Call Mrs. Vass

BY OWNER

WO 1-8570

Equal Opportunity Employer

Huntington Woods Proper

Top Location Colonial

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

WIDOW wants job taking care of in-
valid. LI 6-7272.

3 large bedrooms, 2 1 /2 baths,
2 car garage. Central air-con-
ditioning. Sprinkler system.
Built-in ovens, range, dish-
washer and Ily large
kitchen. Paneled family room
with all built-ins. House fully
carpeted. Huge closets. Finish-
ed basement with large cedar
closet. Mortgage or land con-
tract available.

50 - BUSINESS CARDS

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

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings, office furniture.
8829 Northend-Ferndale

543 - 4832

LI 3-4194

r

PAINTING, exterior, Interior. Free esti-
mates. Reasonable. LI 74639 • KE 8-1047•

CARPEN'IStY WORK, all kinds, exterior,
interior. Free estimates. I. Schwartz.
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

CEMENT and brick repairs, porches,
steps, etc. Small job preferred. Rea-
sonable prices. Call evenings, 862-5519.

Pen Portrait of Gunnar Jarring

By GEORGE FRIEDMAN

(Copyright I920, JTA, Int.)

What is Gunnar Jarring really
like? After all, Sen. Jacob
Javits says he lacks charisma.
HERALD ROOFING CO.
"Who's Who in America With
Local Independent Roofer
World Notables" doesn't list him,
and once, after replying to news-
Free Estimate*
men's questions repeatedly with
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
"no comment," an observer re-
534-5100 or Res. 676-5670
marked: "That's the longest state-
ment I've ever heard him make."
PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
Yet this quiet, mysterious Scan-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
dinavian is probably the most im-
Ron. LI 3-4576 after 5.
portant cog in the Mid East wheel
ADDITIONS, alterations, repairing, re-
modeling. Kitchens, den, basements. -Ralph Bunche won a Noble Prize
family rooms. All work complete. Call
Prize for effecting the Rhodes
538-6894.
agreement and two decades later
there is still no Arab-Israeli peace.
METRO Window Cleaning
After diplomatic duty in Turkey,
Ceylon,
India, Iraq, Iran and
Alum.
Storm
Windows
on
Mxperts
* Aluminum & Woodwork Washing
Ethiopia, Dr. Jarring served as
* Eaves Cleaning
Swedish
ambassador
to India, Cey-
* Tree Trimming
lon, Iran, Iraq and Pakistan. He
Free Estimate
was chief of his foreign ministry's
political section from 1952 to 1956,
541-0278
and his country's United Nations
EXPERIENCED painter. Interior, ex-
envoy from 1956 to 1958. In the
terior. Guaranteed work. Reasonable.
midst of that latter service, the
Free estimates. 352.9544. after 6 p.m.
Security Council sent him to medi-
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
ate the Indian-Pakistani hostilities.
Free estimates. 474-8953.
He produced a report in which
DECORATING, painting, neat and
he admitted his inability to come
clean. Small carpenter work. 544-4104,
542-3270.
up with substantive solutions, but
he phrased it all so diplomatically'
ELECTRIC repairs. Good service. Ap-
pliances. Reasonable. 356-7228, KE 5.3238.
that both sides praised him. From
1958 to 1964, Dr. Jarring was
Swedish ambassador to Washing-
LARKINS MOVING CO. ton.
Since Nov. 23, 1967. the day
Household and Office
after Passage of Council Resolu-
Furniture
tion 242, he has been Thant's
man on the Mid East, on leave from
Local and Inter-State
his formal post as Sweden's am-
Also storage.
bassador to Moscow. He will be
894-4587
63 on Columbus Day, Oct. 12.

KITCHEN remodeling, recr. room. All
kinds of carpentry work. 356-4665.

PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe-
cialist, garbage disposal, repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.

PAINTING and decorating. Experienced
paperhanger. All work guaranteed. Re-
ferences. TY 7-2501.

FIRST CLASS painting and decorating
25 years experience. Wood finishing
and antiquing our specialty. Reason
able. 547.1438.

55-MISCELLANEOUS

TWO high school girls would like to
buy college girls cloths of fine quality
from private home, size 5-9. Ask f i
Mrs. Hunt when calling, 565-1062.

• 4 •

The diplomat was born Gunnar
Valfrid Jonssen, but later changed
his surname for one less ordinary.
Dr. Jarring received a PhD in
East Turkish phonetics from Lund
University-at the age of 25. For
a while he lived on a lotus-circled
houseboat on Lake Srinagar in
Kashmir. In 1932 he married the
linguist daughter of an astronomer.
They have a daughter, 21. He has

Dr. Nelson Glueck

By DR. SAMUEL SILVER

56 - ANTIQUES

SOMERSET MALL
AUDITORIUM

ANTIQUE
SHOW

Aug. 27, 28 and 29
Thurs. and Fri. 9:30 a.m. to
9 p.m. Sat. 9:30 a.m. to 5:30
P-m-
FREE ADMISSION

FREE PARKING

16 MILE AT COOLIDGE
TROY, MICH.

(A Seven Arts Feature)

It's spelled Glueck but pronounc-
ed Glick.
Dr. Nelson Glueck is one of the
world's famous Jews.
A rabbi, he trains rabbis as
president of Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, which
has branches in Cincinnati, New
York, Los Angeles and Jerusalem.
A Reform rabbi, he is the first
of this seminary president to stipu-
late that his charges must have at
least one year of study in Israel.
Married to the former Helen
Iglauer a doctor whose father was
also a doctor, Dr. Glueck is one of
the world's foremost archeologists.
His books describing the art and
satisfactions of excavating in the
Holy Land are delightful. They
have inspired many to take up the
profession of archeology.
During World War II. he "dis-
appeared" into a cloak and dagger
outfit somewhere in the Middle
East and his activities contributed
greatly towards the Allied victory.
Dr. Glueck says that in 1971 he
will give up his administrative
work as head of the seminary.
You can rest assured this doesn't
mean retirement, for that dust will
fly in Israel all the more, as Dr.
Glueck continues his astounding
and rewarding work in the Holy

been awarded the Knight Com-
mander Order of the North Star.
Known in school as "The Lucky
Turk" for his ability to sell arti-
cles on Turkish etymology, his pub-
lished writings bear such titles as
"The Contest of the Fruits-An
Eastern Turki Allegory," "The
Uzbek Dialect of Qilich, Russian
Turkestan," "Uzbek Texts From
Afghan Turkestan," "The Distribu-
tion of Turki Tribes in Afghanis-
tan," "Materials for the Knowl-
edge of Eastern Turkestan" and
"An Eastern Turk-English Dialect
Dictionary." He is said to be
fluent in almost as many tongues
as can be heard at even an aver-
age General Assembly debate.
This bicycle-riding 6-foot Swede
may or may not win the Noble
Peace Prize. But at least he won't
bill the UN for interpreters.

`Challenge' Explores
Chabad Philosophy

LONDON-Lubavitch House, the
British office of the Lubavitcher
movement, announces the publica-
tion of a new anthology - "Chal-
lenge - an Encounter With Luba-
vitch-Chabad."
This book outlines some of the
doctrines of the Chabad Hasidic
philosophy, as well as the aims and
development of the Lubavitcher
movement from its inception, near-
ly 200 years ago, to the present.
The title was taken from the
book's prefatory letter by the pre-
sent Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson, in which
the rebbe writes of the challenge
of facing up to obstacles that are
encountered in life.
Copies of "Challenge" can be
ordered from Merkos, 770 Eastern
Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11213.

Dayan Most Trusted,
Golda 2nd, Poll Shows

JERUSALEM (JTA) - Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan is the lead-
er most trusted by Israelis, and
Premier Golda Meir is second, ac-
cording to the results of a public
opinion poll published Monday.
Asked "Who are the leaders the
public can trust to guide Israel's
affairs," 87 per cent of the respond-
ents named Gen. Dayan and 74 per
cent, Mrs. Meir.
Deputy Premier Yigal Alton rim
a poor third with 27 per cent,' fol-
lowed by Foreign Minister Abba
Eban (25 per cent), Chief of Staff
Haim Bar-Lev (19 per cent), Herut
leader Menahem Begin (16 per
cent), Ambassador Itzhak Rabin (5
per cent), Minister-Without-Port-
folio Shimon Peres (21/2 per cent),
former Minister of Transport Ezer
Weizmann (2 per cent) and former
Premier David Ben-Gurion
per cent).

Textbook Catalogue
Issued by UAHC

The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations has just published its
1970 Textbook Catalogue, a 111-
page illustrated booklet that lists
publications that should have great
56 - A - ANTIQUES WANTED
appeal for religious educators, li-
braries, the synagogue and the
ANTIQUES WANTED
home.
The catalogue lists new teaching
Furniture, Oriental rugs, oil
tools for all religious school grades,
paintings, silver, brass, glass.
teachers'
aids, parent education
china, collectables and misc.
and administrative materials. Addi-
Phone 581-6425 or 537 - 5995
tionally. the listing includes avail-
able audio-visual materials, certifi-
57 - FOR SALE - HOUSEHOLD
cates and ceremonial pamphlets re-
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
lating to religious services, and
BREAKFRONT, china cabinet and din-
other publications which deal with
ing table. White trundle or bunk beds.
Land. dig you, Dr. Glueck. And we (social action, family life, Bible
Zig-zag sewing machine. 5435912, 543-
wish you good digging.
2036.
commentaries, history and holi-
days. music, arts and literature.
Requests for the catalogue should
Gahal's Weizmann Rests Before Return to Politics
be sent to the publications depart-
TEL AVIV (JTA) - Former front and was released from the ment of the UAHC, 838 Fifth Ave.,
Minister of Transport Ezer Weiz- hospital just in time to attend the New York. 10021.
mann has been showered with job Knesset debate on the American
offers since he resigned from the peace proposal which ended with
The reasonable man adapts him-
government with Gahal, but he is Gahal's withdrawal from the gov- self to the world: the unreason-
in no hurry to return to work.
ernment.
able one persists in trying to
First, he has told friends, he
After his rest, he has said, re- ada',t the world to himself. There-
will go home to rest and spend gardless of what the future holds fore all progress depends on the
some time with his son, Saul, who for Gahal, he will return to pol- unreasonable man.-George Ber-
was wounded on the Suez Canal itics.
nard Shaw.

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