PAINTING, interior and exterior,
reasonable price, work guaranteed.
Free estimates. DI 1-2910.
An unusual "U" shaped house
blt. around enclosed patio; 3
bedrms., 134 baths, full basement,
including such quality features as
face brick, wet plaster, double
insulated walls, copper plumbing,
blt.-in appliances, formica counter
tops, In-sink-erator, mirrored
Hollywood vanity, sliding glass
A distinctive home in an estab-
Come out this Sunday 1-7 p.m.
18608 Sunset Blvd:, Livonia
mi. W. of Middlebelt,
2 blks. S. of 7 Mi. Rd.
N. W. Detroit
5 and 5 income, air-conditioned,
garages, every extra imaginable.
Low land contract price and
Single home, 5 rooms down, just
decorated, with 3 room apt. up-
stairs, separate entrance, 2 stoves,
2 . refrig's., sun room, finished
basement, air-condit., carpeting
and drapes. For sale by owner.
Shown by app't.
11 M1.-JAS. COUZ. HWY.
Owner leaving city. Sacrificing
beautiful 3 bedrm. ranch. Over
1 4 acre of land. Beautifully land-
scaped. 14x20 paneled family rm.
Full basement. 23-car attached
garage. UN 4-4600.
J. WM. KLEM
SENECA NR. 9 MI.
3 bedrm. brk. Ranch. Spac.
panld. eating sp. in kitch. Dble.
closets, carpt; drapes; many ex-
tras. Excel. cond. Nr. schools,
transp. Reasonable. Mr. Gleiber.
OHIO - CURTIS
Lovely 4 bedrm. 2 1,4 bath center
entrance, face brick Col. Rear
den, grade lay. Attractive car-
pets and drapes, gas heat, rec.
rm.. 2-car brick garage. UN
J. WM. KLEM
SCOTIA NR. 9 MILE
Spac. face brk. 3 bedrm. Ranch.
Vacant. Close to schools, transp.
Terr; gar. Mrs. Kessler.
- UN 4-3100
Bargain Hunters you must come
and see it to appreciate. 234 brick
car garage, finished basement, 3
bedrooms. 134 baths, plus many
extras. Close to all shopping
centers, Synagogues and schools.
Priced to sell.
PAINTING and decorating, finest
workmanship, free estimates. Sam
Fishman. UN 1-3265.
All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments
3 bedroom colonial, corner lot,
garage, S. & S., stove and refrig.,
carpeting. Meyers-7 Mile area.
Not for Honeymooners-this is a
FAMILY house. Lg. Spoon-built
Col. 30-ft. Liv. Rm. 3 lg. bedrms.
Plus 4th ex. bdrm. 2 stall show-
ers. B-I-G corked Den, screened-
in porch. Compl. fin. Basement,
bar, 12-ft. cedar closet, gas heat.
Sundays 2-5, owner-UN 1-4396.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason
able Free estimates. UN 4-3339
PAINTING . and wall washing, win-
dow washing. Reasonable price.
Quick service. 20 years experi-
ence. TE 4-5864.
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or smalL BR
3-4826, LI 5-4035.
PLASTERING and decorating.
Cement work_ TY. 7-5654.
LOTS FOR SALE
AND DELIVERY SERVICE
CHOICE LOT, Northland Gardens
Sub., 8 Mile-Southfield Section.
Also Office Furniture.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
PAPER HANGING AND
10 Mi. Rd. W. of Greenfield oppo-
site New Orleans Shopping Cen-
ter. 180x110. Sewer, water &
paving in. TO 8-4639.
HELEN E. PURDY, BROKER
BAR-MITZVAH instructions by ac-
complished tea c h e r. Joshua
Shames. 19318 Roselawn. UN 2-0372.
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds,
kitchen- cabinet doors, wall panel-
ing, steps, railings, cedar closets,
work myself. UN 4-1897.
_TUTORING for all elementary sub-
jects. Call evenings or Sundays,
A-I WALL WASHING, painting, ref-
erences, free estimates, William
Weddington. TO. 9-8280.
EXPERT DRESSMAKER from Rome,
Italy. Any alterations and new
clothes. KE. 4-6664.
CALL REEVE'S -
ALL REPAIRS, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, porches, chimney, steps.
If you need good domestic help,
day or week. Look for me in the
GUARANTEED painting, washing,
papering, light repair, special
on vacancies. LI 8-8831.
ALL painting, plaster, interior, ex-
terior. Special 5 rooms washed,
$28. LI 5-2500.
PAINTING, decorating, inside and
outside, free estimates, reason-
EXPERIENCED child care for vaca-
able. LI 7-5639, WE 4-2339.
tioning parents, also baby sitting,
day or evenings, excellent refer-
ences, ask for Esther. KE 7-7395.
DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair SpeZial
U OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO.
NELSON HOMES, INC.
OAK PARK RANCHES
GARDNER. Lovely, face brk. 3
bedrms. Nr. 9 Mi-Coolidge shops,
ROSEMARY. Young couples. 3
bedrm. brk. 30 yr. FHA loan.
PAINTING, interior, exterior, $15 per
room, also paper hanging. UN
$450 DN. 30 YR. MTGE. .
H. M. Brody, Corp.
4 all brick 5 year old duplexes.
Fully rented, totaling $9,360 year.
Total taxes $2.177, can be bought
for only $16.500 each, $20,860
buys all equities.
MODERN, self-serve market, excel-
lent business. 12540 Dexter.
TURN YOUR OLD suits, topcoats,
and shoes into cash. TU 3-1872.
FOR SALE, 18 pan Marshall Bakery
oven, cheap. Call Pioneer 9-5506.
8 p.m. New Haven, Michigan.
on Naming PreSident
JERUSALEM, (JTA) - The
board of governors of the He-
brew University failed to agree
on a new president to succeed
EXPERIENCED LICENSED BUILDER Dr. Binyamin Mazar and tempo-
Lovely face brick cape cod, con-
Will custom build your home in rarily invested Prof Yoel Rakah,
sisting of 2 spacious bedrooms
any price range. Free estimates,
and bath down, 2 bedrooms and
the new rector, with all the pow-
no obligation. F.H.A., VA. Will
complete bath up. Attractive liv-
ers of the presidency but not
ing and dining room. 2 car at-
tached garage, gas heat, UN
with the title.
The board. postponed another
J. WM. KLEM
attempt to name a successor to
Dr. Mazar, who resigned for rea-
sons of health from both ,posts
of president and rector, until the
next board session, to be held
within one year.
Dr. Gerhard Liebes, a veteran
24040 Jerome, Oak Park
of the board and a noted
Brk. 7-rm. ranch, beautiful family room, 1 1/2 baths, breakfast rm.
Shakespeare and Plato translator,
and kitchen, 3 large bedrms, vacant. Sharply reduced. Move in.
was named vice - president, re-
placing Prof. Aryeh Dvoretsky.
Dr. Liebes is - also EI Salvador's
Beautiful 3-bedrm. brk. ranch, "Etkin bit." carpeting, throughout.
honorary consul in Jerusalem
Any reasonable offer accepted. SHIRLEY CASH.
Dr. George Wise had been the
strongest candidate for the Uni-
versity presidency but he report-
edly made a unanimous vote a
DI 1-8044 condition for his acceptance and
18210 James Couzens
such a vote was not achieved.
Hagadah Seder Service for Blind
HILL - ES
(7 Mi.-Middlebelt areo)
18049 GRIGGS. Spotless 434 rm.
bung; gas ht; 1 1 4 car gar. Close
to everything. $14,300.
19795 SANTA BARBARA at Outer
Dr. 5 nn. brk. bung. Lge. rms;
gas ht; 134 baths. $13,500.
18701 BIRWOOD. Gorg. 6 rm.
bung. 2 bedrms., den. Attractive
liv. rm; jr. din. rm; lge. kitch;
rec. rm. Asking $14,500.
19308 LESURE. 4 bedrms, 2 dn.
2 up. 2 baths. Lge. liv. rm; full
din. rm; gas ht; gar. Close to
everything. Price reduced to
$16,300. Mr. Operman.
FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN 4-3547.
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
Mrs. Harry J. Finke, president, Jewish Braille Institute -of
America, presents the first copy of the institute's Hi-Fidelity
recording of the complete Hagadah Seder Service for Passover,
in Hebrew and English, to Eliezer Katz, a blind teacher of
Hebrew and Hebrew-Braille. Looking on is Mrs. Nathan
Berkman, president of Ivriah, the organization whose grant
of $2,500 made this project possible. The recordings have been
distributed as gifts to the Jewish blind throughout the world.
89 Give Up Sophisticated Parisian
Life for Kibbutz in Rmal France
According to . a recent report
in the New York Times, 89 non-
Jewish urbanites have given up
the sophisticated life of Paris-
and its drawbacks - to pattern
their existence after an Israeli-
style kibbutz in south-central
Their reason is that "it is im-
possible to live decently, intelli-
gently, spiritually in the money-
mad, physically unhealthy, over-
crowded atmbsphere of Paris."
Their inspiration comes from
Vincent Thibout, founder of the
kibbutz at Pardailhan who re-
cruited the volunteers.
Thibout, a metallurgical en-
gineer, ancI his wife, Therese.,
spent 18 months on the Sdeh
Eliahu Emeek Beth Shean Kib-
Survivors of Nazi
Camps Still Suffer •
NEW YORK, (JTA) - Surviv-
ors of Nazi concentration camps
still suffer the mental and physi-
cal wounds of their experiences
15 years after their liberation, a
Norwegian psychiatrist who was
himself one of those survivors,
Dr. Leo Eitinger, who made
the report to a joint session of
the American Orthopsychiatric
Association and the World Fed-
eration for Mental Health meet-
ing here, is a member of a team
set up at the University of Oslo
Hospital to study and help Nor-
wegian camp victims who have
since liberation developed ill-
nesses that have made normal
life increasingly difficult.
He reported that of the first
100 patients studied 96 were suf-
fering from symptoms which
could be traced to the long-term
effect of life amid daily death in
the camps, "the concentration
camp syndrome." Eighty-five suf-
fered from chronic ills resulting
directly from long and severe
starvation, head injuries and
They suffered generally from
loss of ability to concentrate, in-
creased irritability, greater fa-
tigue and emotional instability.
He found that 84 could do work
only with the greatest effort, and
with the last remains of their
Among the worst of the con-
tinuing conditions were the asso-
ciations called up by innocent
objects. An avenue of trees
brought visions of rows of gal-
lows with corpses swinging in
the breeze. A man stretching his
arms recalled prisoners hanging
in agony by their arms. More
than half still experienced night-
mares recalling their camp ex-
periences, Dr. Eitinger reported.
butz on the Israeli-Jordan fron-
tier three years ago.
They became convinced that
the "kibbutz way of life, plus
Judaism, offered an answer to
man's mortal and material prob-
lems." Thibout converted to
Upon his return to the crowded
Faubourg Saint Antoine quarter
on the right bank of the Seine,
Thibout began to enlist his „fellow
pioneers: With the help of his
68-year-old farmer uncle, Abel
Thibout, they established them-
selves in the abandoned hamlet
of Pardailhan on a high plateau
in Languedoc, 25 miles northeast
of Beziers. •
Almost a year has passed, arid
the 900 acres of rocky unfertile
land has been worked to produce
potatoes, tomatoes and green
vegetables, almost to the point
where the settlers are self sus-
taining. Chickens are being raised
and plans are being made to
acquire a herd of cattle.
The kibbutz is the first in
France and probably the first any-
where in the world outside of
Israel, the Times 'says.
Starts Ticket Sale
STRATFORD, Ontario - More
than 350,000 blue, green, orange,
buff and white tickets, represent-
ing almost $1,100,000 in poten-
tial sales are ready at the Strat-
ford Shakespearean Festival,
with the opening of the box office
Although the opening of the
season - June 19 - is still more
than three months away, Box
Office Manager Bruce McDonald
and a staff that will eventually
ntunber 25 at the height of the
summer are ready to start proc-
essing mail orders. Other sales
will -be handled by ticket agents
in Detroit, Windsor and a dozen
For the 113 performances of
the three Shakespearean plays,
"Coriolanus," "Love's Labour's
Lost" and "Henry VIII", and the
new Canadian comedy, "The
Canvas Barricade," by Donald
Lamont Jack, 255,254 tickets are
For "The Pirates of Penzance,"
to be staged by Sir Tyrone Guth-
rie in the Avon theater for 45
performances commencing July
7, there are 50,535 tickets.
Five Sunday concerts,. to be
held in the Festival theater with
Glenn Gould, Leonard Rose,
Oscar Shumsky, Lois Marshall
and Maureen Forrester as per-
forming artists, represent 11,290
Seats for the Film Festival, to
be held during the two weeks
commencing Aug. 21, will be re-
1961 'IS WIEN qui*T3 sAtaist
77-HOUSES FOR SALE