46-Friday, August 13, 1971
26-LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALL
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 50-BUSINESS CARDS
A7.1 Painting & Decorating
13 COTTAGES catering to summer
and winter rentals on beautiful
spring-fed Devils Lake in Southern
Michigan. Very lucrative income.
ADULT-Part-time help, 5 day. Ice
Cream Shop, Tel-Twelve Mall. 355-3360
State Licensed & Bonded
Home or Hospital
Kaplan tutoring courses to pre-
pare for MCAT and DAT board
exams. Enrollments now being
taken for October exams.
All grades. M.A., B.S. degrees.
Certifield, experienced teacher.
BAR MITZVA, synagogue, Hebrew
WANTED-Ride from Oak Park to
downtown Detroit and return. 5 days.
Will pay $5.CO. 543-4542.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
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.
F. L. Dettore Real Estate Co.
28551 Southfield Rd.
COMPANION wanted for elderly lady.
Help with cooking and cleaning. 353-
LIVE-IN companion for elderly lady.
Light housekeeping. 368-2735.
World's finest financial insti-
tution has limited openings for
Complete training course. Very
high income potential. Call Mr.
Fenton, 968-1000 for confi-
Illness forces sale of going
ladies sportswear shop in major
shopping center. Reasonable
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.
4002 Meadows Drive
Indianapolis, Indiana 46205
Telephone 317 545-7861
THE HOTTEST PROGRAM
We need qualified operators to
service the finest phonograph
record racks and stereo tapes
produced by major companies
such as MGM, RCA, Columbia,
etc. Featuring the greatest ar-
tists in the world such as Johnny
Cash, Lynn Anderson, Loretta
Lynn and all the big Country
and Western starts, plus all the
Pop artists such as The Car-
penters, Crosby, Stills, Nash and
Young, Tom Jones, etc. No sell-
ing; we establish all accounts;
operator goes around and refills
the racks. Operators now netting
over S15,000 per year. Cash in-
vestment required $3,250. Invest-
ment secured by inventory. Guar-
anteed sales and exchange pro-
gram. Write to:
JOHNSTON ENTERPRISES, INC.
2655 Dupont Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
50 BUSINESS CARDS
HERALD ROOFING CO.
Local Independent Roofer
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
534-5100 or Res. 676-5070
COMPLETE remodeling - additions,
kitchen s, dens, basements, family
rooms. Free estimates. 538-6894.
COMPLETE interior, exterior paint-
ing and decorating. New and old wood
refinished, antiquing. Reasonable. 547-
Beautiful room, private bath. Top
wages. 368-1200 or 358-0110 or LI 4-
7570 or 557-2726.
CARPENTRY WORK. Interior, exterior.
Specializing in rec. rooms. 273-4826, LI
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Metro Window Cleaning
Experts on aluminum storm win-
dows, aluminum and woodwork
washing. Eaves cleaned. Tree trim-
ming. Free estimates.
LARKINS MOVING CO.
Household and Office
Local and Long-Distance
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. 474-8953.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
S of 12 Mdle
Scientist, Receives Son's Tribute
Harry M. Shulman, nationally
famous as a refrigeration engineer,
a former president of Shaarey
Zedek, died Saturday morning at
the age of 82. Funeral services
were held at Kaufman Chapel Sun-
As a mark of tribute to his
leadership in the congregation,
the funeral cortege passed the
20 years experience
guaranteed. TY 7-2501.
CEMENT WORK, repairs. Reasonable.
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
furnishings, office furniture.
543 - 4832
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti-
mate. 968-5639, 357-4585.
coverings and discount prices.
557-5945 or after 6, 545-7956
PROFESSIONAL book-binding, reason-
able rates-work guaranteed. 548-3182.
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
Selling everything! All appliances,
furniture, misc. household items:
Including kitchen sink. Sun. 10-5,
Levi, 17190 Hilton, 1 block N. of
10, 1 block E. of Southfield.
Slightly Used Furniture
From Exclusive Apt.
Breakfront $285. 7 piece din-
ette $175. Twin bedroom,
dresser-chest $250. Hideabed
$65. Twin dressers with mirror
$85. Draperies, odd chairs and
more. Must sell-Moving.
UN 1-4856 AFTER 5
91-COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP
SHENANDOAH Swim Club member-
ship. WO 2-1870.
David S. Block, 79
Supplementing the tribute by
Rabbi Groner, Prof. Marshall D.
Shulman, in behalf of himself
and his brother Lee, spoke in
tribute to his father. He de-
scribed him as a great man who
was sensitive to human needs
and to his responsibilities to his
family. He spoke of him as hav-
ing "stood like a mighty oak to
Surviving Mr. Shulman are his
wife, Bessie W.; sons, Dr. Marsh-
all D. Shulman, who heads the
Russian Institute at Columbia Uni=
versity, and Lee M. Shulman,
prominent psycholagist; a brother,
Rudolph; three sisters and six
CARPENTER. Experienced. Repairs
and remodeling. Commercial and res-
Custom exterior and interior
painting. Large selection of wall
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Zedek President, Refrig eration
PAINT UP for the holidays. Custom
painting. Interior and exterior. 544-1646.
SHENANDOAH Swim Club membership
for sale. 626-5987.
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PLUMBING. Expert home repair spec-
ialist, garbage disposals repaired and
serviced. Call UN 4-6926.
GOING TO ISRAEL!
work for experienced salesper-
son in sharp ladies sportswear
shhop. $2.00 an hour to start.
Apply in person - Burton's Gal,
21762 W. 11 Mi. Harvard Row Mall
ELECTRIC repairs. Prompt. Reason-
Fully licensed and insured. In-
terior and exterior. No job too
big or too small. Reasonable.
H. M. Shulman, Former Shaarey
Shaarey Zedek, halted at the syna-
gogue structure and psalms were
recited in his memory.
Officiating at the funeral serv-
ices in Kaufman Chapel were
Rabbi Irwin Groner and Cantors
Jacob Barkin and J. H. Sonenklar.
Robert Jacob, 54;
Robert B. Jacob, chairman of
the board and chief executive offi-
cer of the Dayco Corp. of Dayton,
0., a plastic products firm, died
in New York City Aug. 6. He was
He and his brother Richard co-
founded Cadillac Plastic and
Chemical Co. of Detroit in 1946,
selling it to Dayco in 1957.
Mr. Jacob, former Detroiter of
Dayton, was associated here with
the 100 Club, Franklin Hills Coun-
try Club, Great Lakes Club and
Standard City Club.
In Dayton, he was founder of
the 100 Club, area general chair-
man of the 1971 United Negro
College Fund campaign, on the
board of directors of Winters
Bank and Trust Co. and director
of the area Chamber of Com-
merce, Heart Association and
For 40 years an associate of
the Hammond Standish Co., Mr.
Shulman, prior to that, was with
the Armour & Co., and later
served as consultant for Hy-
grade Packing Co. He developed
quick-freeze processing for
meats and was on call by lead-
ing firms and government agen-
cies in frequent needs for guid-
ance in refrigeration engineer-
ing. He wrote many articles on
the specialized subject.
Before serving as president of
Shaarey Zedek, from 1947 to 1950,
Mr. Shulman held numerous con-
gregational offices. As president
of Shaarey Zedek Men's Club he
brought world famous personali-
ties to speak in the synagogue
that was then located on Chicago
He was president of the Mo'os
Hitim Passover relief fund and
with his wife, a leader in Home
Relief Society, he helped provide
for the needs of many impover-
Mr. Shulman was an active
member of the Engineering So-
ciety and took a deep interest
for many years in national en-
Mr. Shulman was rated among
the most prominent Purdue Uni-,
versity graduates. He earned
Purdue degree in :1913 in civil 01:.7:
Dr. Samuel Browns
Oak Park Physictd'
Dr. Samuel M. Brown, vet_411,-
physician with offices 4-t. :05721
Coolidge, Oak Park, died 'tzgr
He was 65. _.•_
Dr. Brown, 21821 Harding, 0
Park, was a lifelong
His offices were on Wyo*ing, -f4.-
many years, before- he .-- :..Mova
them to Oak Park two yea-is ago.
He was a member of the Frater-
nal Order of Eagles and the
Wayne and Oakland County medi-
He leaves his wife, Rose; two
sons, Arnold and Lawrence;
brother, Ben of Los Angeles; t
sisters, Mrs. Helen Tarloff of
Toledo and Mrs. Morris (Zelda)
Siporin of San Fernando, Calif.;
and one grandchild.
Mr. Brown was a member in
Dayton of the advisory board of
Good Samaritan Hospital, the citi-
zens advisory committee of Ket-
tering Medical Center, the area
Progress Council and public se-
curity committee of Montgomery
He also was on the board of
nah Schloss Old Timers Club, the trustees of the Dayton and Mont-
American Legion and Jewish gomery County Library. He belong-
ed to Dayton's Temple Israel.
He leaves his wife, Ruby; two
He leaves his wife, Reva G. : a
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Dorothy) son, Robert Jr.; a daughter, Janet;
Milen and Mrs. Jerry (Sybil) Avi- his mother, Mrs. Nettie Jacob;
son; a brother, Samuel of Los a brother, Richard J. of Dayton;
Angeles; two sisters, Mrs. Perry and three sisters, Mrs. Irving Robert Schwarz, Ran
(Ruth) Burnstine and Mrs. Lillian (Adele) Goldberg, Mrs. Brod
Savior of Springfield, Mass.; and (Rolla) Doner and Mrs. Emanuel Packer Supermarkets
Robert H. Schwarz, former- gen-
five grandchildren. Interment De- (Eleanor) Hartman. Interment
eral manager of Packer Super-
markets in Detroit, died in Mia_
Aug. 11. He was 71.
Born in Hungary, Mr. Schwait,.
28810 Tavistock, Southfield,. had
recently retired as co-owner - of the
West Grange Pharmack in -' Tren7
He was a past president of the •,
Buy Blue White
ciety, and was a member of Cong..
Bnai Moshe and Perfection - Lodge_
Buy Israel's Products
of the Masons.
He leaves his wife, Marion; two
sons, Dr. Marvin and Dr. Alvin; a
daughte r, Mrs. Norman L.
(Jeanne) Ross; a brother, Irwin;
a sister; Mrs. Tillie Stern; and
David S. Block, former Detroit
retail jewelry salesman, died Aug.
9 at age 79.
' Born in Chicago, Mr. Block,
of Hallandale, Fla., retired in 1961
from the Detroit Household Pro-
He was a member of the Han-