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42-Friday, July 30, 1971

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

Q

SOUTHFIELD

CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE

Just listed. This ultra sharp ranch
on a lovely treed lot has 3 nice
bedrooms, country kitch. Raths-
skeller Rec. Rm. with firepl. & wet
bar. patio & garage & only $28,450.
Call today!

4 BIG BEDROOMS

In this beautifully planned brick
Col., new carpeting throughout.
Lovely formal Din. Rm.. large kitch
with blt.-ins. base. 23x24 screened
terrace, 2 1/2 car att gar. on an
83' lot. Call for appt. $41,900.

CONVENIENCE

To shopping, transportation &
schools is just one of the factors
that make this 3 bedroom brick
ranch so desirable Consider also
carpeting throughout. Complete
blt. in kitch. CENT. AIR, comfort-
able Den. Pan Rec. Rm. w/bar
and IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
and you've found a great buy for
$39,400.

THE
HARTMAN GROUP, Realtor
352-2700

SHERWOOD VILLAGE
By Owner

Beautiful 4 bedroom colonial, 21,
baths, sunken family room with
fireplace, den, extra large kitchen
and breakfast area. Attached ga-
rage. Carpeting, drapes. Sprink-
ling system, central air.

557-8377 or 642-4919

BY OWNER-SOUTHFIELD

Colonial-mint condition. 4 bed-
fireplace, 21/2 baths, family room
with fireplace, full basement. At-
tached garage.-Central air. Built-ins.
many other features too numerous
to mention.

557-9632

OAK PARK

10841 ALBANY

2 bedroom. New gas furnace.
Carpeting. 18 ft. pool. Gas stove
included. BY OWNER.

398-0944

Brick Single near Oak Park

Blvd. Land Contract

GELLER

546-6211

OAK PARK SPECIAL

Priced Reduced For Immed. Sale

Exceptionally clean 3 bedroom
brick ranch, 11/2 baths, new car-
peting, drapes, air-cond., Many
extras. Best price in area. $17,000
assumable mortgage. Monthly pay-
ments, $176 including taxes and
insurance. Open Sun. 1-5.

547-0920

BY OWNER
Olde Farm Sub-Division

South of Maple, west of Middle-
belt. Newly decorated 4-bedroom
colonial, 3 baths, dining room,
family room with fireplace, large
lot, well landscaped with patio
and privacy fence. Swimming
pbol in sub-division. 5524 Wild

Ridge Lane, West Bloomfield
_ Township, $49,900.

851-5997

BEST BUY
IN OAK PARK

OPEN *UN. 2- 5

24310 ONEIDA

3 bedroom brick ranch,
plus 16' Family Rm. corn-
plctely AIR CO-ND. Almost
new carpeting, 21/2 car gar
Extra finished room, Cedar
closet & Lay. in tiled base.
Owner has 2 homes, must
sell. QUICK OCCUP. Open
for reasonable offers. . Be
sure to see this. For special

appt.

Ask for MARY GREENBERG

548-1500

LI 8-8630

chamberlain

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

Deluxe Colonial Tri-Level

5 bedrms, 21/2 baths, handsome walk
out Family Rm. Loads of storage &
finished heated office off garage.
Heavily wooded rear yd. provides
privacy for patio area & terraced
fountain garden. Birmingham
schools. $79,900.

RALPH MANUEL

REALTORS

MI 7-7100

1821 W. MAPLE

BIRMINGHAM

OAK PARK

1st offering
On this 3 bedrm. 11/2 baths, Oak
Pk. beauty. Newly decorated and
close to schools & transp. Perfect
for the family with children. Ask-
ing $32,900. Call 851-1900.

REAL ESTATE ONE

17.A-LOTS FOR SALE

FRANKLIN MILLS

Wooded lot, over 3/4 acre. All
improvements. $25,000.

968-7377

VE 8-9800

30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

WANTED-Companion wiith car for
woman, several afternoons weekly.
557-4548.

45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

SPARE TIME INCOME

Own your own profitable vending
business. $175 to $450 monthly
earnings possible in your spare
time (day or eve.). Dispensing
NABISCO and AUSTIN snack prod-
ucts. No Selling-just service es-
tablished locations. We supply
product, dispensers, locations and
continuous guidance. Income starts
immediately. If you are interested
in applying for this genuine op-
portunity toward financial success,
you must be able to make a cash
investment of $895 to $3,500, have
good character, dependable auto
and some spare time weekly. For
personal interview in your area
call or write to:
Mr. P. H. Kennedy Sr.

AUTOMATIC MERCHANDISERS
OF AMERICA

4002 Meadows Drive
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
Telephone 317 545-7861

Illness forces sale of going
ladies sportswear shop in major
shopping center. Reasonable
rental.
398-3048

Kaplan tutoring courses to pre-

pare for NCAT and DAT board

exams. Enrollments now being

taken for October exams.

851-6077

BAR MITZVA, synagogue, Hebrew
tutor. 342-9254.

40-EMPLOYMENT
MALE-AN-D/OR FEMALE

REAL ESTATE
REPRESS-NTATIVE
For Oakland and surrounding coun
ties to become part of a young-
organization with plenty of ad-
vancement potential. Earn in ex-
cess of $15,000. Fringe benefits,
complete training program.
352-9810

F. L. Dettore Real Estate Co.
28551 Southfield Rd.
Lathrup Village

NEW OPPORTUNITY
IN THIS AREA

Need qualified person to service
- accounts established by our com-
pany. New concept in food mer-
chandising. All accounts estab-
lished by our company. Person
selecter will service and replace
nationally advertised food pro-
ducts, F & F Products, Holly-
wood Brands, Campbells, Chef-
-- Boy-ar-Dee. Excellent earnings;
possibilities of making $10,000
up per year part time. Person
selected will be trained in all
phases of our operation. Must
have $3,250.00 cash investment,
secured by inventory. For fur_
ther information and personal
iterview, write to:

JOHNSTON-BRIGGS
FOOD SERVICE, INC.

2655 Dupont Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408

50-BUSINESS CARDS

CARPENTRY WORK. Interior, exterior.
Specializing in rec. rooms. 273-4826, LI
5-4035.

For top residential broker. Experi-
enced preferred. Excellent commis-
sion and investment opportunity.
Associate with a 21 years old AAA
Company.

LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office

GROSS REALTY CO.
342-1300

REAL ESTATE
BUY, SELL and LIST

With the Professionals. We ore
- expanding our Sales Force and
need 3 licensed Salespeople who
can start immediately. Our large
inventory and extensive adver-
tising program guarantees high
yearly earnings.

CALL MR. SLLVERMAN
342-8600

KING

Steady Part-time Work

For experienced salesperson in
ladies sportswear in ladies sports-
wear shop. $2.00 a hour to start.
Apply in person.

Burton Cal, 21762 W. 11 Mile
Hatract Raw Mall, Southfield

BOOKKEEPER

Full charge. Must be experi-
enced with complete knowledge
of all phases of bookkeeping
thru financial statement:

933-6190 for appt.

40-A-EMPLOYMENT WANTED

MALE' NURSE available-private duty,
full time. 573-7822.

MALE nurse available-Private duty-
full time. 573-7822.

YOUNG GIRL wishes babysitting.
352-2863.

WOMAN, mature, experienced, diver-
sified agency, synagogue, school, gen-
eral office. References. WE 5-3930. •

LIVE-IN housekeeper wanted for ac-
tive elderly gentleman. References. UN
3-6023, 353-7394.

WIDOW wishes position as companion
or nurse to older person. 968-7572.

Jacob Meyer Mathis, a teacher
and administrator in the United
Hebrew Schools for more than 40
years, died Monday at age 67.
Mr. Mathis, highly regarded as
a Hebraist, combined his love for
the language and literature with a
skill in audio-visual techniques,
which he pioneered within the com-
munal school system.
Jay Braverman, former princi-
pal of the United Hebrew High
School here and
now educational
director of the
United Talmud
Torahs in Mon-
treal, said in his
eulogy that Mr.
Mathis repre-
sented a vital
link between
gymnasium edu-
cation in Europe
Mr. Mathis
and the a f ter-
noon school system in the United
States.

After obtaining his Hebrew and
secular high school education in
a Tarbut school in Lithuania, Mr.
Mathis went to Germany to com-
plete a degree in chemical en-
gineering. Returning to Lithu-
ania, he taught chemistry, phys-
ics, mathematics and nature in-
the Hebrew language. In so do-
ing he had to coin new words
for the sciences - relying upon
the Hebrew roots to maintain
the purity of the language.
In Detroit since 1928, Mr. Mathis
first mastered English at Detroit
City College and then devoted his
time to the Hebrew schools - an
association which he considered
central to his life.
With an insatiable curiosity of
his own, Mr. Mathis was not con-
tent to instruct by rote, instead
devising projects for his students,
taking them on trips and picnics,
allowing the children to compose
the narrative for film strips which
they then directed- Academically
disinterested students who could
50
BUSINESS CARDS
not be reached in other ways re-
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. sponded to Mr. Mathis' love of
Local and Long Distance STORAGE. machines and would come at 8
Packing, pianos, appliances, household a.m. Sunday to "help" him set up
furnishings, office furniture.
the laboratory.
8829 Northend-Ferndale
In September 1967, at age 63, Mr.
543 4832
Mathis entered Wayne State Uni-
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
versity graduate school to study
mates. 968-5639, 357-4585.
instructional technology (audio-
PAINTING, carpentry work. Free esti-
visual education), and 2 1/2 years
mates. 544-4104, 542-3270.
later received his masters degree.
One of the eulogies delivered at
HERALD ROOFING CO.
the funeral was in Hebrew by
Local Independent Roofer
Bernard Isaacs, superintendent
Free Estimates
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
emeritus of the United Hebrew
Schools and an organizer of Kvut-
534-5100 or Res. 676-5070
za Ivrit, the Hebrew cultural group
COMPLETE remodeling - additions,
kitchen s, dens, basements, family in which Mr. Mathis was very
active. He also was president of
rooms. Free estimates. 538-6894.
the
Hebrew Teachers Association
COMPLETE interior, exterior paint-
ing and decorating. New and old wood for six years.
refinished, antiquing. Reasonable. 547-
Mr. Mathis helped set up the
1483.
Habet Ushma Hebrew course in
the UHS high school and at the
Jewish Center, whose executive
Passport-Photos vice president, Irwin Shaw, also
spoke at the funeral at Chesed
for
shel Emes.
Mr. Mathis had led a number of
Back Door
adult Hebrew groups at the Center
Galleries
and was known to give private les-
sons to leaders of the Jewish com-
2 8 6 3 1 Southfield
munity. He refused to accept pay
S of 12 Mile
352-4116 from
them, or to teach them in- -.
their homes as did the old country
CARPENTER - Experienced. Repairs melamed - because, he said, this" -S4f-
and remodeling. Commercial and resi- would lower the dignity of his H
dential. 531-3633.
brew teaching profession.
ALTERATIONS and dressmaking. Rea-
Another source of great pricle,-
-
sonable. 541-2985.
Rabbi Braverman recalled, was:-
PAPERHANGING, painting. Charles
that Mr. Mathis had taught the-e .
Cadotte. 874-3281.
late Rabbi Morris Adler to drive
a car. -
56-ANTIQUES
Having retired from the
Mr. Mathis nevertheless stayed, oitf=
to direct the audio-visual . labora
tory and train a successor. He had
intended- to- help- set up- an auclib-
visual program for Rabbi Bra-
verman in Montreal, but then
learned of his illness and was
forced to cancel the trip. He had
expressed the desire to go to Is-
rael after spending two years in
Montreal.
Mr. Mathis, who lived at 19087
Bentler, leaves his wife, Yonina;
Telegraph & 12 Mile, S,field
a son, Harold; two daughters, Mrs.
Ancil (Gloria) Zeitak of Rehovot,
Israel, and 'Mrs. Edward (Faye)
August 6 thru 15
Menczer; a brother, David Matis
of New York; a sister, Mrs. Luba
Mon. thru Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sorid of Tel Aviv; and nine grand-
Sun. Noon to 5 p.m.
children.

-

REAL ESTATE
SALESPEOPLE

Ask for Mr. Gross

Jacob M. Mathis, 67, a Pioneer
in Hebrew Audio-Visual Education

Furniture

Local and Long., Distance
Also storage.
894-4587

FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. 474-8953.

A-1 Painting & Decorating

Fully licensed and insured. In-
terior and exterior. No job too
big or too small. Reasonable.

398-9477

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

CEMENT WORK, repairs. Reasonable.
398-0719.

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

ELECTRIC repairs. Prompt. Reason-
able. 557-7228.

PAINT UP for the holidays. Custom
painting. Interior and exterior. 544-1646.

Metro Window Cleaning

Experts on aluminum storm win-
dows, aluminum and woodwork
washing. Eaves cleaned. Tree trim-
ming. Free estimates.

541-0278

PAINTING
20 years experience
guaranteed. TY 7-2501.

Invitations, Copies,

Offset Printing

• Fastest Service
• Lowest Prices
• Highest Quality

Ask for Gene
3742 W. 12 Mile Road
398-9484

ZIP PRINTING

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$3.95

MALL

ANTIQUE SHOW
& SALE

Free Admission-Free Parking

57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

STEREO, drapes, cocktail table, lamp,
buggy, playpen, Swingomatic, jumper
excellent condition. LI 7-5920.

MOVING TO ISRAEL •
Will sell upright freezer Eureka
sweeper and some of my original
paintings. Julia Greenfield.
864-4156

SHENANDOAH COUNTRY CLUB swim
club membership-below market value.
$450. 626-0036.

Israeli Leader at Funeral
of Liberian President

.

JERUSALEM (JTA) - Knesset. ,
speaker Reuven Barkatt left-Thies-
day for Monrovia to attend the
funeral of the late President Wil-
liam Tubman of Liberia, who died
Sunday.
Barkatt represented President
Zalman Shazar of Israel, who was
unable to make the trip because
he is convalescing from a recent
illness.

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