THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
58—Friday, April 9,1971
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
13 MILE AT 1-75
11 acres. Last large parcel in area.
Zoned office. Less than 75c per
sq. ft. Terms available.
10 MILE-Greenfield area. 3 bedroom
brick ranch, all appliances. Near schools
and synagogues. 541-6439, 398-8409.
3 BEDROOM brick. Reasonable. Oak
Park. Good condition. LI 5-1046.
on new 3 bedrm., 2• baths
Col. with Family Rm. Din. El,
oven, range, dishwasher &
carpet allowance. $34,900.
4 blks. N. of 9 1/2 Mi. 2 blks. E. of
Charming 3 bedroom colonial on
tree lined street, 2 blocks from
school. Living room with built-in
bookcases and fireplace, la r g e
master bedroom, formal dining
room, country kitchen, 11/2 baths,
% finished basement. PA car garage.
Double wing brick colonial, 4
bedrooms, 21/2 baths, family
room-fireplace, carpeting and
drapes. First floor laundry.
Library. Basement. 2 car at-
tached garage, patio, profes-
sional landscaping. $56,900.
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
#84. Singer-Riverbank Estates.
Bellwood Dr. West of Bell Rd.
100x130 ft. $22,000. less buil-
Over 3/4 acre ravine lot in
Riverbank Estates, on Morn-
ingside Drive. Asking $26,-
542-6627 AFTER 5 P.M.
Coventry Woods Lane
Off of Bell Road
near Shaarey Zedek
For A Maid In A Jiffi
Transportation provided-most sup-
plies furnished. Fully insured,
screened, dependable service.
30 - A — INSTRUCTIONS
SCRAP METAL DEALER
BUY, SELL & APPRAISE
As a career with a highly respected
firm. Experience preferred or will
train ambitionus men & women for
full & part time positions. Class
now forming with the Michigan
Real Estate Academy. Call for in-
terview. MR. SILVERMAN.
155 acres of vacant commercial
land located 11 miles north of
Cheboygan and 5 miles south of
Mackinac City, on U.S. 23 in
Sec. 35, Cheboygan County.
There are approx. 2 miles of
roads. The view f aces the
Straights of Mackinac. Grand
Hotel can be seen from the
94 lots have been surveyed and
staked. Have planned and zoned
a 100 unit trailer park, 1/2 mile
of scenic road could be used
for camping site. There is a
gravel pit with a large supply
of high quality commercial
gravel that was approved by the
State Highway Department and
used to widen U.S. 23. The
terrain is cleared, sloping land.
Ideal for industrial site.
If interested, please contact me
50 — BUSINESS CARDS
EXPERT paperhanging. 545-0444.
PAINTING, decorating. Neat and clean.
Small carpentry work. Free estimates.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS
ODD JOBS, electrical, carpentry, plumb-
ing, etc. Free estimates. 399-4172, 542-
HERALD ROOFING CO.
Grades 6 and 9 for Birmingham
Temple. If you are qualified and
interested p 1 e as e phone Mrs.
An aide at the Kennedy Day Center • in Israel supervises two
cerebral palsy children weaving bright-colored wool and cellophane
into long strips. The strips and mats are sewn together later to
make attractive and useful shopping bags. The Kennedy center is
a small institution in Jaffa which, for five days a week, takes care
of a dozen youngsters suffering both from cerebral palsy and mental
retardation. The center was established in 1964 by ILAN, the
Israel Foundation for Handicaped Children suffering from' polio,
cerebral palsy and other neuro-muscular disorders, with the help of
Malben, the Joint Distribution Committee health and welfare pro-
gram in Israel.
Local Independent Roofer
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
534-5100 or Res. 676-5070
WANTED — companion for woman COMPLETE remodeling — additions,
cardiac patient, not bed-ridden. Stay in kite h en s, dens, basements, family
nights. Comfortable apartment. No chil- rooms. Free estimates. 538-6894.
dren. Light housekeeping. 861-9117.
PANELING, partitions, floors and cell.
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable.
Ron. 968-4576 after 5.
HAPPY PASSOVER TO
ALL OUR FRIENDS . .
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. 474-8953.
PLUMBING. Expert home repair spe-
cialist, garbage disposals repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.
ELECTRIC repairs, appliances, etc.
DELICATESSEN — Daily counter work
9-5. No Saturdays or Sundays. WO 1-
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings, office furniture.
543 - 4832
Suburban Day School Needs
Certified Teachers in the
On Part-Time Basis
20 years experience
guaranteed. TY 7-2501.
LADIES alterations. Experienced. Rea-
sonable. Quick service. 542-2537.
GRADES 9 & 10
MATH & SCIENCE
SOCIAL STUDIES &
LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office
Local and Long-Distance' •
COMPLETE interior, exterior painting
HOUSEKEEPER needed for 2 school and decorating. New and old wood
antiquing. Reasonable. 547-
age children. Light housekeeping. Re-
f erences. Call after 6. 398-1391.
Metro Window Cleaning
Woman or couple as residential
houseparents f o r small group
home for children. Husband can
continue own work. Children under
care able to use community schools
and facilities. Attractive home and
good salary for persons interested
in children and in working with
them and a professional team. Call
or write: Mrs. Ruth S. Getz, Jewish
Family & Children Service, 10801
Curtis, Detroit, Michigan 48221. DI
MA 6-1570 or 353-6023 ,
DRUG STORE WITH LIQUOR
Over $300,000 gross. May be con-
verted to Party Store.
REAL ESTATE ONE
Industrial - Commercial Dept.
Middlebelt-14 Mile Rd. 1 1/4 acre
prime location. For institutional
building, next to Hillel Day School.
Investigate today. Call,
To settle estate. Wooded lot,
3.4 acre near Northwestern
and 13 Mile Road. Sewers, gas,
SALE OR MERGER
Egg Processing Corp.
Over $5,000,000 annual sales. Full
information ter ms available to
* * *
needs working foreman to help
manage business. Must be able
to drive tractor and trailer.
REISMAN REALTY P 545-0330
Can any day 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
341-1050, ask for Charles
BAR-MITZVA, synagogue, Hebrew tu-
Palsy Children Get a Helping Hand
Would like to manage or work in
scrap yard. Over 20 years experi-
ence in just about all phases of
scrap business. References.
REAL ESTATE ONE
Industrial - Commercial Dept.
Adiiison nr. Greenfield
Charming 3-bedroom brick quad-
level, family room, 2 full baths,
1 half • bath, central air. Assumable
mortgage. See it now!
17 -D—ACREAGE FOR SALE
Educational Director f o r
large Conservative congrega-
tional school in midwestern
university c i t y. Pleasant
working conditions. Salary
open. Submit full resume in-
cluding educational back-
ground, experience, salary
required and recent photo.
All inquiries strictly confi-
The Jewish News,
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.,
Southfield, Mich. 48075
Experts on aluminum storm win-
dows, aluminum and woodwork
washing. Eaves cleaned. Tree trim-
ming. Free estimates.
Simple chores taken for granted by-'normal children must be
learned painstakingly by handicaped children in the "ON'.! Elemen-
tary School for children suffering from cerebral PaTsy.,-Since he
cannot use his hands, this.8-year-old boy, a cerebral - Palsy victim
of above •average intelligence, has learned to count !and-manipulate
colored squares with his feet The Saco]; in a _suburb, -of Tel Aviv,
is one of the facilities =maintained by ILAN, the Israel Foundation
for Handicaped Children with polio, cerebral palsy and other neuro-
muscular disorders, with financial help and professional guidance
from Malben, the Joint Distribution • Committee program in Israel.
Deaf Learn •to Make Music in Israel
LA Service Aids
LOS ANGELES ( J TA )—Des crib -
ing the jobless situation for engi-
neers in the San Fernando Valley
as "staggering," the district direc-
tor of the Jewish Family Service
of Los Angeles said that when JFS
officials now examine programs
for the unemployed, "we are no
longer referring solely to families
living along the poverty line. Now
we mean people who are used to
earning $12,000 to $15,000 and
Citing in particular the difficul-
ties of engineers who have lost
work because of cutbacks and can-
cellations of aerospace contracts,
Alice Wolfson said the jobless
problem had produced a series of
She said wage earners who would
in normal times be holding jobs as
gas station attendants or shoe
salesmen have been displaced by
jobless engineers "many of whom
will do anything just to work" and
"the spiral of unemployment filters
down until there are some people
who simply have nothing to do and
nowhere to go."
The "NIV" School in Tel Aviv is the first in Israel to have
introduced speech therapy for deaf and hard-of-hearing children in
the elementary school system. It is one of a wide range of services
and facilities for children with speech and hearing disordlers which
Malben, the JDC health and welfare program in Israel, is helping to
develop throughout the country. Here, members of the school's
percussion band respond to their teacher's direction. The deaf and
hard-of-hearing children are sensitive to the vibrations of drums,
tambourines and cymbals and take great pride in their performance.
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