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17—HOUSES fOR SALE

Beautiful -corner„..: professionally,
landscaped lot, three bedrooms,
12 - foot den, formal dining
room, fireplaces in living room
and 'recreation room, large kit-,
chen, 21 z car gar:ilia- p i 54?;9(}0,.`

!.Q-Jde Orchard .Gets! ii the Swim

i

; i t ,

8511r1 r501

110

C ustom ?'built: igadaious

bedroom debraicikicotortii:
iol with every` '- madern
convenience, 21/2 baths,
paneled family room, fin-
ished basement, air con-

Through the archway, a swimmer is indoors or out-
doors, as suits his whim. Olde Orchard Condominiums, on
10 Mile Rd. west of Haggerty in Novi, have the only in-
door-outdoor heated pool in the Detroit , area, where resi-
dents can swim all winter. The Olde Orchard clubhouse
also has a Finnish sauna and exercise room, billiard room,
teen room, bobby mom and day care center. Olde Orchard
country homes are available in seven different designs,
with 1-, 2- and 3-bedrooms and up to 2 1,4 baths, priced
from 326,900. Section 3 is now open.

ditioned, electric garage

door opener, deluxe oP.
pliances. $62,900.

12782 VERNON

Call for appt.
546-7553

z

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

17-A—LOTS FOR SALE

THREE top-of-hill wooded lots.
Riverbank Fairway Estates.
Owner. 356-6522.

WORK IN PAWN SHOP

Teenager

18—STORE RENTALS

needed part-time,

after school, O.K.

STORE FOR RENT in Oak Park.
Good location. 15x70-ft., 1300 rent.
Plealie call after 7. 355-6729.

19-C—COMMERCIAL

1400 Michigan WO 2-8698

BLDG.

RETIREES

FOR SALE

Oak Perk N.

Modern. Clean. On beautiful
Lake Huron. Plyaground equip-
ment shuffle board, sandy beach.
perfect for children. Good fish-
ing: 170 miles from Detroit. Fos-
ters Sunrise Cabins. E. Tawas.'
Mich.

757-8753

of

9 Mi.

Nr. Scotia. Only $129 per mo.

incl. taxes. Assume present low
interest mtge. Immaculate
alum. 3 bedrm. ranch, gas he.
full base. Carpeting, 2
oir
conditioners. Perfect home for
young & old. A-1 condition.

PENN REALTY

22—REAL ESTATE WANTED

LI 8-1900

Work in Pawn Shop

Consider immediate
outright
cash purchase of your luxury
or better home. If you are anx-
ious or in a hurr y , call me! tie
obligation.

Person needed full time

S. ALKON - REALTOR
645-0310

WO 2-8698

APARTMENTS
WANTED

CASH

OR TERMS

ANYWHERE—
ANY CONDITION
DIVERSIFIED
INVESTMENT

341-0500

1400 Michigan Ave.

r Modem Conservative Temple
needs a "modern rabbi." Rea-
sonable salary, all fring bene-
fits. Temple B'noi Israel (100).

Rabbi's Committee, 1424 S.
Washington, Saginaw, Mich ,

48601.

PART-TIME
TELEPHONE SALES

Aggressive sales person to work
from suburban office. Expert
enced only. Hourly salary plus
commission. Call Miss Rubin be-
fore noon. 557-2100.

Bonded Collection Corp.

Shipping & receiving clerk &
general warehouse work. For
wholesale consumer electronics
distributor. Salary commensu-
rate with experience.

342-3666

MODERN MATH tutoring. All
grades. M.A.H.S. degrees. Ex-
perienced certified teacher. 545.

SALESPERSON

trio:moan-tent trainee Wanted.

Mutt have ear - And ability le

talk to people. -

ro

Cell Mr. Melee, ken. 2 & 4 p.m.

In.' with' recovering , patient. 'in-'

"

A prestige career opportunity
in Real Estate. We need sev-
eral good salespeople, some

soles experience preferred, but
not necessary. If selected, you

will be trained to become a
professional Reol Estate Sales
Associate with on outstanding
ea rning potential.

We are members of the Birm-
ingham Board of Realtors and
the United Northwestern Realty

Association.

Call Ron Galperin

5344100

or . Res. 676 -5070

a.

7090 Puritan—Detroit

861-6441

CARPENTRY. Anything & Every-
thing. Free estimates. Call any-
time. 533-8577.

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

Local and Lang Distance
Also Storage

CARPENTER
REAS., EIFIOENIE

Bsmt. rms., ceilings, paneling,
cedar closets, cabinets, repairs.
any woodwork.

5454712 or 338-5073

SPRING CLEAN-UP. Power Rak-
ing. Lawn Cutting. Tree Esti-
mates. 561-0927. -

51—LOST AND FOUND

LOST—Black Male cat. Kenwood
& 9 Mile area. 968-9357.

53-A--ENTERTAINMENT

TWO PIECE orchestra. Reason-
able. All occasions. Freddie
Sheyer. 398-2482_

FEMALE PIANST. Available for
parties. Mood music. singslong,
etc
Also has Portable Organ.
353 : 9566.

55-A—MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED

WANTED, filled miniature
whiskey & wire bottles, after 9
p.m. 355-1856.

NEW FULLY AUTOMATIC
DELUXE

894-4587

559-8181

The Durbin Company

Realtors

Local and Long Distance STOR-
AGE. Packing, pianos, appliances,
household furnishings, office
furniture.

28200 Southfield

EXPERIENCED ready-to-wear

salesperson. Immediate open-

Regular price 3348. Now 50%
off with full guarantee.

Floor sanding, finishing,
and stain work beautiful-
ly done. Free estimates.

557-6932

L KAUFMAN

Home and Industrial

357-0607

Sales and Service

mission and extras. Apply in
person to Mr. Sobel.

PANELING, partitions, floors.
ceilings tiled. Also small jobs.
Reasonable, Ron . 968-4576.

ALBERT'S

ELECTRIC REPAIRS . Re ason-
able. 557-7238, 644-0409.

PRIVATE PARTY would like to
purchase some little boys quality
miscellaneous clothes. Size 10,
12, 19, from private home. Also,
little girls size 8 Call LO 5-6908.

ing, full or part-time, for right

person. Hourly rotes plus com-

SOUTHFIEUF PLAZA
121/2 sad Sosehfiald Rd.
nest to Micreffell

56—ANTIQUES

CUSTOM PACINTING. Interior, SILVERPLATING & repairs. Sil-
exterior Willa Architectural ver-Gold-Copper & Brass. VA
work, Free estimates. Work 6-072 1.
guaranteed. 352-2863.

57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD
GOODS & FURNISHINGS

FURNITURE REPAIR

Working mother looking imm•
diately for a mature woman for
baby's/Ring only 5 days a week.
Please call after 7 p.m.

548-8238

ag. burns, scratches, dents,
cracks, dog bites, gouges, broken
legs, loose joints, stains, touch
up. UPHOLSTERY REPAIR spe-
cial care for ANTIQUES.

free estimates

AL SUNSHINE

40-A--EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

532-7302

SCANDINAVIAN

Order fine contemperarY feral
Sure from Denmark, swedes as
savings of 23%.
MR. SOLOFF
557474$



Take-charge Gal Friday seeks

area. Skills secretarial, 3 yrs.

insurance experience, rate com-

HOT WATER HEATER
REPLACEMENT

30 gallon glass lined heater including -.C.om-
plete normal installation and permit, $139.95.
Automatic heater. 5 year warranty. Other

sizes available.

receptionist. Also worked

Call 537-1369

WOMAN would like job to help
Invalid, be companion. 968-7572.

Burton's Gal of Eastland and
Wonderland Centers. For fur -

ther r infrimiation, 398-3048.

.

CiliVROLET

CALL
UN 4-7502

•••

. -
115--PERSIIINAL

WEIGHT REDUCTION

The new H.C.G. Kennedy Clink'
Method as used by Phyllis Dilktr
no hunger. Be firm, trim, and•
lose inches with "ContcniV
Wraps.

759-0303

91—COUNTRY CLUB MEM*,
FOR SALE

SHENANDOAH Swim Club mem-
bership. 2 pools. Children 4.
adults. 327$. 41262011,

Schools Suffer
in Argentina
Cash Crisis

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)--

In view of-the grave situation
which is facing the Jewish
school system in this coun-

try, Herz' Gesang, presidetit_
of the Olam Insurance Co.,_

announced Shat his firm has
set up 10 scholarships for
needy Jewish students.
These scholarships will be
handed over to the Federa-
tion of Parents Clubs of Her

brew Schools (Horim) for
distribution to parents who
cannot afford to pay tuition

fees.
The Jewish school system
here is beset by economic
difficulties. Last year some
2,000 children were forced
to drop out of school because
their parents could not pay
tuition fees and a number of -
schools face shutdowns.
Several days ago, Joseph
Klarman, head of the Youth
Aliya department of the Jew-
ish Agency in Israel, cabled
Zvi Feitersh, head of the
Jewish community in Buenos
Aires, and offered to absorb
Jewish children in Argentina
who face loss of education.
Klarman also stated that
Youth Aliya institutions in
Israel are in a position to
absorb all children whose
parents are unable to pay
for tuition in Argentine He-
brew schobls. He said he was
prepared to come to Argen-
tina to arrange for the chit;
dren's transfer to Israel.
Kiarman's proposal is not
considered feasible by Jewish
leaders here since most of
the children are from 6 to 12
years of age and regarded
as too young to be separated
from their parents.
Baruch Iungman, secre-
tary general of Horim, ac-
knowledged Olam's grant and
exPrislOthe hope that (tiler
:ficiai institutions

We do a complete plumbing repair se;ikiii:

Se World Zionist Organisa-

GALL
KWIK-E i'LUMBING

shorp ladies sportswear shops.

'1965

Original ' Owner. 4 door, 404
0
miles. Good Condition. Power'
steering, radio, heater,
snow
tires. Call.

Jewfsk fina
.101/-40HOW-luit.
for'rel Aviv, the Labial

,

Illness forces sole of these 2

•493-9236

UMW
PROBLEMS?

Free estimates, no obligation,
immediate service.

OPPORTUNMES
OPPORTUNITIES

rings..Robbit-ooPe.

COMPLETE' 'interior. ' esiterlor ,'
painting and deeorating. New
40—FOR SAL' E-
and old wood. refinished. -an- •
tiquing. Reasonable. 597443E.
AUTi3MOBILES

COMPLETE remodeling — addi-
HOME SEWING MACHINES
bons, kitchens, dens, basements,
family rooms, Free estimates. Dealer to you'—no
middle man.
538-6894.

for N.Y.C. publishing firm.

_Typing , ,essentiat

366-8047

REAL ESTATE SALES

putation, bookkeeping, account.

For,Oefiroleoffice of notionally
krtawn institattoni Mature' re-
sponsible perso.- ► with prior
communal andator organiza-
tional experieriCe preferred.

leaks. 24 hours service, 7 days
o week.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.

Better ladies' sportswear dept.

WANTED:
CARIPAIGN SECRETARY

Sewers & drains cleaned elec-
trically. We repair all plumbing

an ish Accessories. T w
carved cocktail tables, slat

top. End table. Large carved
Hot' Tor or Residentret-Sibmighe -table -lamp, Diamond cockt

'WEAVING. Burns, tears in cloth-
ing, knit wear, furniture, carpet-
ing repairs. 557,1531.

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

has excellent position open for
an experienced salesperson.
Full or part - time. Coll 544-
3500 for appt.

Marti-K, Suburban Oak Park

441-1/11PLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

r

tilt

Free Estimates

FURNITURE refinished and re-
paired. Upholstering. Free esti-
mates. 474-8953.

50—BUSINESS CARDS

40—EMPLOYMENT
MALE AND/OR FEMALE

perm. employment. Northwest

30-A--INSTRUCTIONS

MODERN MATH tutoring. All
grades. M.A.B.S. degrees. Ex-
perienced certified teacher. 545-
3898.

Mel Durbin; prisident!
the Durbin Co., Realtors, an-
nounces
that Suzanne Krause
_ .

Durbin also welcomed into
the "Million Dollar Club"
PAINT UP for spring. interior
Farial Dickow and Mary and exterior. Free estimates.
Kiriluk. Gold bracelets f 544.1646 , 543-9052.
achievement were presented
INSURED—BONDED - •
to Mrs. Dickow and Mrs.
Kiriluk at a recent special Experienced Domestic Hilp —
Housekeepers—Nurse Companion
meeting. Sales of $3,000,000 —Vacation Sitters—Party Help.
were accomplished by the two
Call 3,J
women during the past 12
SUPERIOR SERVICES 883-0522
months.

HUNTINGTON V i OIXg.

bldr`S.

Durbin Co.) limrdtcmns

bs
a joined the firm as resi-
'dential sales counselor. Mrs.
Krause will be working from
the West Bloomfield office
on Orchard Lake ltd.

¶)URBIN COMPANY'

Realtors

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GOODS a FUltANSHINGE
HERAixt...E■0411.00 cp.-

5414vitley,; Mardi 24, 19722 ; THE DETROIT - JEWISH NEWS Mrs. Krause-Joins

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Zialdist Movement called*

tion' to - lagrease its

ma i - is *wish ethic

k die Diaspora,
- Lathe-America.
followed:'
The
' t
meeting of the Labor Zioass
Secretariat at which the
situation confronting Jewish

schools in Argentina, Urit-

Oa, and Chile was (114-

g

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