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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—?May, October 3 0, 19 59-30

17-=-HOUSES FOR SALE

Buy Today - Move In
Tomorrow
20030 SNOWDEN

Lovely 2 bedroom brick with
stone front. Space for 2 bed-
rooms upstairs. 2 - car garage,
fireplace, carpets in living-din-
ing room. Gas heat. Beautiful
yard. Screened in porch. Only
$16,500.
EL 6-1509 - EL 6-0033

STEEL-THATCHER

Face brk. bung.. 2 mast. bedrms.,
full din. rm., marble firepl. Va-
cant. Only $14„900.

TYler 6-7003

GROSS REALTY

LESURE, 19779

Owner selling attractive small
home. 10 years old, 14 block
from school. 2 bedrooms down.
1 up,• back screened porch, ga-
rage, gas heat, 10-foot cedar
closet in basement. $15,000. No
down payment. Mortgage bal-
ance $9,300. Open Sunday 2 - 5.
UN 4-1166

18484 STANSBURY

JAS. COUZENS - 7 MI.

OPEN 2-5 SUN.

Beautiful Income type face br.
bung. with 3 bedrms. & bath
upstairs, 5 rooms & bath down-
stairs, 2-car br. gar., lovely
street.

BRUTON

VE 8-4000

ARDMORE- PEMBROKE

Face brk., 4 bedrm.. full din.
rm., 114 baths, firepl., gar., gas
ht., carpeting incinerator. Under
$20,000.

HOMER

VE 8-3880

18039 APPOLINE
Open Sun. 2-5

3 Bedrm. Colonial. Brick to roof.
Gas heat, pass hall, S & S, car-
peting, drapes. C al cinat o r,
screened-in back porch, 2-car
gar. Excellent condition. By
owner. Reasonably priced.

NORTHWEST

3 bdrm. ranch on 60x154
landscaped lot. rec. rm., bar,
den, garage, screened back
porch, alum. S & S, gas heat,
new carpet-, drapes, stove, re-
frig. garb. disposal, dish-
master,etc. 4% G.I.
$17,900. Owner. 20155
Tracey.

DI 1-2484

HARTWELL, 18320

OPEN SUN. 2-5
Sensational Value-only 8 yrs. old
3-Bedrm., cent. ent. Col.. 2 baths
up plus 1st lay. Front libr., scr.
porch. Rec. rm., carpets, drapes,
;18,50. UN 3-0700.

JULES M. KLEIN

SNOWDEN, 19721
OPEN SUN. 2-5

Spoon built cust. 3-bedrm. Col.,
paneled den, grade lay., brkfst.
rm., completely air cond., scrnd.
porch, rec. rm.. carpets, drapes,
Reduced for quick sale.

Jules M. Klein, UN 3-0700

MARK TWAIN, 20055
OPEN SUN. 2-5

Outstanding-$1 8,900
Lovely 3-bedrm. ranch paneled
air cond. den, screened glass
baths, compl. finished
porch,
bsmt., new carpets, drapes, lge.
kitchen. Immed. occ.

Jules M. Klein, UN 3-0700

STEEL, 19791

OPEN SUN. 2-5
$16,900-MAKE OFFER
Sacrifice. Sharp 3-bedrm. col.,
screened porch, 2-car gar., rec.
rm., 11,4 baths. carpets, drapes.
Move in condition. UN 3-0700.

JULES M. KLEIN

OPEN SUNDAY

1-8242 MARK TWAIN
Nr. Winship School. Extra large
1Y2 -story custom ranch bung. 3
bedrooms, pan. den or 4th bed-
room. 2 full baths. pan. rec. rm.,
bar. Alum. screened terr., S & S,
car, drapes. Many extras. Very
reasonable. For quick sale. Own-
er, UN 4-9025.

I

I .

40-EMPLOYMENT

17-HOUSES FOR SALE

AUTO WASH

BIRMINGHAM AREA

First offering by owner of cus-
tom built deluxe ranch home.
3 lge. bdrms., 214 baths, 14 x 20
ft. pan. den. Separate din. rm.
enormous kitchen with built-in
automatic. Carpets, draperies,
washer, dryer. 214-car attached
garage. 3'4 acre landscaped lot,
with fenced yard. Near public
Schools. 3260 Middlebury Lane.
$39.500.

money back in one year. All

Must sell because of illness.

UN 3-3695

MI 6-3502

EVENINGS, UN. 4-3814

19424 FENMORE near 7 Mile-2-bed-
room, gas heat, new utility shed,
4% G.I. $10,900. KE 2-1824.

PARTNER to take part in expand-
ing unusual established enterprise.
No competition. Have multi-mil-
lion dollar highly profitable sales
potential. Active participation if
desired. TE 2-6122.

COMPANION for elderly lady. Room
and board plus salary. BR 3-2736,
VE 5-9175.

40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED

LI 6-4918

.EIPERIENCED GIRL with refer-
ences wishes steady days. TO
9-5877, call Sunday. •

ATTRACTIVE 6-room home. Ranch
type. By owner. UN 3-7718.

EXPERIENCED European tailor
desires position. Call UN 2-8216.

YOUNG married man with salesman
experience seeks permanent posi-
tion with chance for advancement.
Call UN 3-9336 or LI 5-3706 after
. 5 p.m.

HUNTINGTON WOODS

RESPONSIBLE, middle-aged woman
wishes job to care for small chil-
dren when mother is employed. 5
days a week. N.W. section. Refer-
ences. Mrs. Schiller. KE 8-0267.

In the best part of the 'Woods
Proper. An excellent lot for cus-
tom bit. home, 75x160. Lots • like
this are extremely scarce. Open
to offers. Call Now.

Center Realty TR 4-2900

NORTHLAND GARDENS-100 foot
lot, wooded area. Best location.
Owner, EL 6-7108.

21-G-INVESTMENT PROPERTY

INVESTMENTS

WOMAN TO BABY-SIT or will be
companion. Also available for com-
plete weekends. VE 7-5326.

WONIAN will be companion and do
cooking. Call TU 3-3311.

MATURE, educated woman wishes
baby sitting. best references. Very
reasonable. TY 8-1729.

REFINED, reliable lady wishes baby
sitting work. UN 4-5719, Mrs. L.

MOTELS, SHOPPING CEN-

WOULD like job-baby sitter. Reli-
able. Good with children. DI
1-1573.

T E R 5, APTS. A.A.A.-1

LEASES. SELL-TRADE. WO.

1-1166. ASK FOR AL BRO.

EXPERIENCED baby sitter, Hunt-
ington Woods section preferred.
Have own transportation. Reason-
able. EL 7-0444.

DER.

31-TRANSPORTATION

50 - BUSINESS CARDS

DRIVING TO Miami Beach, need
another driver. Car expenses paid.
WE 4-6704.

35 - INSTRUCTION

BAR MITZVAH, Hebrew, Bible, Yid-
dish, English. Call experienced
teacher. WE 4-1793.

DANCE LESSONS?

A phone call will answer all
your questions about dance
lessons for individuals, couples,
teen-agers, group or private, at
your home or our studio. Cha,
Cha, Swing, Fox-Trot, etc. Low-
est rates.

PAINTING and decorating, pickling,
references if desired, free esti-
mates, work guaranteed. UN
4-7123.

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds-
Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi ,-
nets, doors, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.

BASEMENT DAMP? Clothes dryer
need venting? Call Wolfe, BR
3-4446, KE 2-7850.

WASHERS, dryers, ironers repaired.
Dryers vented. All work guaran-
teed. VE 8-6054.

LARKINS MOVING
AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE

JUAN ISPANO STUDIOS
UN 3-0086

Alsc Office Furniture.
Any time.
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

HIGH SCHOOL teacher will tutor in
Social Studies- & History. Patient
and confident. Call LI 3-5805.

PAINTING and wall washing. Rea-
sonable price. Quick service. 20
years experience. TY 7-9868.

40-EMPLOYMENT

Call Reeve's
Employment Service

REPAIR, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, chimneys and porches
Steps UN 2-1017.

IF YOU NEED GOOD DO-
MESTIC HELP. DAY OR
WEEK.

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

LI 4-5138

J. STEEL
LANDSCAPING CO.

SALESLADY WANTED. Call all day.
TR 1-2921, evenings and Sunday.
TO 6-4719. References.

Man Wanted to Work in
Loan Office. Apply:

.

ZEIDMAN'S LOAN OFFICE
709 Gratiot
Do Not Phone

WANTED - Ambitious young man
suitable to work in -haberdashery
or shoe department. Experienced.
LO 3-0090. 27643 Michigan Ave.,
Inkster, Michiga.n

50-BUSINESS CARDS

3-bedroom ranch, many modern
f eat u r e s. Near synagogues,
schools; and playground. Finish-
ed basement with lay. Must sell.
leaving city. Reasonable. LI
64863.
24221 Gardner
Oak Park

Opening Ceremonies for the
new $15,000,000 regional Won-
derland Shopping Center, Ply-
mouth and Middlebelt Roads,
Livonia, were participated in
by Mayor Itliriani and many
officials and business leaders.
T h e Wonderland Shopping
Center was represented by its
developers, Henry S. Alper and
Abe Green; its architects, Louis
G. Redstone and Allan G.
Agree; its exclusive leasing
agent, Schostak Bros. & Co.,
realtors.
Austin Grant, radio and TV
news commentator, and presi-
dent of Livonia City Council
was master of ceremonies.
The 56-acre center, is stra-
tegically centered to serve
shoppers in more than a dozen
communities embracing the
west side of the county.

Sarah Levin Dies;
Was Wife of Rabbi

Mrs. Sarah Levin, wife of
Rabbi Leizer Levin, died Oct.
23, at Harper Hospital. The
family home is at 18681 Indi-
ana.
Services for Mrs. Levin, a
Detroiter for 22 years, were
held at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel. Her husband, Rabbi
Levin, is spiritual leader of
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel-
Tikvah and chairman of the
presidium of the Detroit Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis.
Besides Rabbi Levin, she is
survived by a son, Rabbi Abra-
ham Levin; three daughters,
Mrs. Chaim Keller, Mrs. Beryl
Wein and Mrs. Yaakob Lifshitz;
a sister and nine grandchildren.

Philip Leemon Dies
in ,San Francisco

Philip Leemon, a former De-
troiter who moved to San Fran-
cisco, Calif., 15 years ago, died
Oct. 24, in San Francisco, where
services and interment were
held.
Born and raised in Detroit;
Mr. Leemon made his home in
California since the end of
World War II, in which he
served as a naval officer. He
was active in veterans affairs.
He leaves his wife, Edith; a
brother, Jacob; and three sis-
ters, Mrs. Fannie Starr, Mrs.
Betty Abel and Mrs. Julia
Rosenthal, all of Detroit. The
family will sit shiva at 4290
Richton.

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DI 1-9206

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UN 2-0574

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Res.

1. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small.
TY 7-7758. LI 5-4035.

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TILE

UN 1-5075

50-BUSINESS CARDS

ALL CITY
MOVING & STORAGE CO.

Complete Moving Service
No Job Too Large - Too Small
Always Open

Ezra Korman, of 18252 Steel,
noted Detroit author and poet
who had gained worldwide fame
for his poetry and plays, died
last Friday night at Sinai Hos-
pital, after a brief illness.
Funeral services were held
at Kaufman Chapel Sunday
afternoon.
Surviving him is his wife,
Anna; son, Dr. Norman R. Kor-
man, who is on the staff of
Jackson Memorial Hospital in
Miami, Fla., and a sister, Dena
Korman in Russia.
Long active in the affairs of
the Sholem Aleichem Institute
here, the deceased was control-
ler at the Jewish Home for
Aged for 32 years and retired
recently due to illness.
He became famous for his
Yiddish poetry anthologies and
for several of his plays which
were produced by the famous
Wilna Troupe.
Mr. Korman's prose and
poetry translations into Yiddish
from many languages, including
the works of Heine, were pub-
lished in Russia, France, Latin
America and other countries, as
well as in this country.
Born in Kiev, Russia, Mr.
Korman devoted himself froin
his youth to Yiddish cultural
work and was secretary of the
Yiddish section of the All-
Ukrainian Literary Commission.
He left Russia in 1921, lived in
Warsaw and Berlin before corn-
ing to Detroit in 1923.
In 1928, he published his an-
thology "Yiddish Women Poets."
He translated into Yiddish Gals-
worthy's "Strife" and his latest
book, "Signs and Symbols,"
published in Israel, contains
a eulogy written - for himself.

Wayne State Student,
Herbert Hart, Dies

Herbert S. Hart, a 25-year-old
Wayne State University stu-
dent, died Oct. 25, in his home
at 2695 Pingree. Services were
at the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
A native of Detroit, he was
a member of the United States
Chesis Federation.
He leaves his parentS, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Hart; two
brothers, Alvin and Stanley;
and two sisters, Mrs. Nathan
Manela and Mrs. Irving Leve-
nowsky.

Mrs. Jakont Dies;
Detroiter 70 Years

A Detroit resident for over
70 years, Mrs. Sarah Lena Jak-
ont, of 18444 Washburn, died
on Oct. 27. Services were at the
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Born in Warsaw, Mrs. Jakont
was brought to this country
when she was two-years-old.
Active in numerous organiza-
tions, she included among her
affiliations membership in Ha-
dassah, Jewish National Fund,
Jewish Home for Aged and the
Sisterhood of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
She leaves her husband, Sam-
uel; four daughters, Mildred,
Hilda, Mrs. Maurice Greenberg
and Mrs. Isadore Trebuck; a
brother, William Elbinger; a
sister, Mrs. Ruth Rubert; and
three grandchildren.

Education Program
Upbraided by Katz

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Moving out of Detroit.

17-A--LOTS FOR SALE

Detroit Yiddish Poet,
Dies at Age of 71

A-1 PAINTING and Decorating. 5
rooms $100. Labor and materials.
VE 6-8410.

equipment in A-1 condition.

6-rm., 3 bedrms.. oil heat, util-
ity room, good shopping section.
Nice for retired couple. Take
over G.I. mortg. Bargain. Call
Broker,

Ezra Korman, Noted-

INTERIOR,exterior, decorating con-
sultant, free. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. Reasonable rates. WE 4-7500.

Established 19 years. Your

OPEN SUNDAY
22031 DANTE - OAK PARK

50-BUSINESS CARDS

CALL TODAY, done tomorrow, ex-
pert, small repairs, ceilings, attic
guaranteed. TR. 3-2677, TR. 1-4661.

24-Year Hebrew-English Calen-
dar Gives all dates and days of
the week from September, 1937
to September, 1961. Helps you
to find Yahrzeit dates at a
glance.
For your free copy, write to:-
H. J. Heinz Company, Dept. J2,
Pittsburgh 30, Pa.

NEW YORK, (JTA)-The ed-
ucational content in Jewish
schools in this country is "a
mile wide, and an inch deep,"
lagging behind increasing pupil
enrollments, Label A. Katz,
president of Bnai Brith, declar-
ed here.
He criticized what he sees as
"hesitance" on the part of the .
American Jewish community
"to face up to its religious edu-
cational problems with the same
vigor that it applies to social
and philanthropic issues."

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