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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fr iday, August 25, 196 1-30

Samit Building Co.
_Opens New Models in
Southfield Gardens

50 - BUSINESS CARDS

17-HOUSES .FOR SALE

Oak Park

FURNITURE repairs and refinishing.
Free estimates. Call UN 4-3547.

SACRIFICE 3 bedrm. Roman
brick, full basement, screened
in rear terrace, play room, car-
peting, drapes, storms, screens.
Make offer, low dn. paymt. Mr.
SCHECTER, EL 6-1247.
21981 Westhampton S. of 9 Mi.

LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason-
able. Free estimates. UN 4-3339.
VE 5-7453.

The Samit Building Co. an-
nounces the grand opening of a
new ranch and colonial custom
home model in Southfield Gar-
dens, west of Southfield road and
north of Ten Mile road. The
models are located on Concourse
17-A-LOTS FOR SALE
Dr.
The homes feature attached OAK PARK, 69 foot lot on Colleen
between Ludlow and Vernon, near
garage, paneled family room,
grade and high school. DI 1-9548.
three and four bedrooms, two
WOODS. Vacant lot.
and three ceramic and crystaline HUNTINGTON
50x125. Greater Norwest. DI 1-1125.
tile baths with twin vanities.
BEAUTIFUL and largest lot
The island kitchen is equipped MOST
available on Ardmoor Drive. Bloom-
with G.E. built-ins, dishwasher,
field Township. 140x241. Owner.
MI 7-2271.
attic fan and custom kitchen cabi-
nets and vinyl tile. Other high- SOUTHFIELD. Beautiful Lot, 145x-
175. Improvements. Nice surround-
lights include abundant closet
ing homes. Maple Ridge and Philips.
space, parkay floors and door-
Days TR 5-5297. Evenings and Sun-
days EL 6-4384.
vial leading to the rear patio,
full basemen t, storms and FRANKLIN FAIRWAY ROAD. Desir-
able lot, 210x210. Reasonable. Bar-
screens, a wide full driveway
gain. VA 2-0739.
and a large foyer leading to all
Washington Heights.
rooms, which eliminates excess SOUTHFIELD,
140x140 on New Jersey Drive. BR
3-8236.
traffic through the house.
Models are open 12:30 p.m. to
six p.m. daily. For evening ap- 30 A INSTRUCTION
pointments, call KE 2-5461, or
BAR-MITZVAH instructions. Rea-
EL 6-8628.
sonable, dependable, conscientious.

OBITUARIES

S I M 0 N DRISSMAN, 19160
SADYE ABEND, 15226 James,
Manor, died Aug. 19. He leaves Oak Park, died Aug. 17. She
his wife, Riva; a son, Michael; leaves her husband, Abraham;
a son, Mark; a sister, Mrs.
two brothers and two sisters.
LARKINS MOVING
* * *
Arthur Bernstein; and four
AND DELIVERY SERVICE
SARAH ZECO, 11501 Petos- grandchildren.
key, died Aug. 20. She leaves
Also Office Furniture.
her husband, Abraham; two
BELLE LITMAN, 15886
Any time.
daughters, Mrs. Harry Hosay and Woodinghair, died Aug. 18. She
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
Mrs. George Berman; two broth- leaves a son, Herman; a daugh-
TY 4-4587
ers, a sister and six grandchil- ter, Mrs. Herbert Ginsberg of
Los Angeles; and four grand-
PAINTING and decorating, finest dren.
• * *
workmanship, free estimates. Sam
children.
Fishman. UN 1-3265.
• * *
JACK STEWART, a former
Reason-
PAINTING, window washing.
EDWARD
GORDON, 27630
Detroiter,
died
recently
in
Bur-
able price. Quick service, 20 years
bank, Calif. Surviving are his Fairway Hills, Birmingham, died
experience. TE 4-5864.
Aug. 18. He leaves his parents,
GUARANTEED interior, exterior wife, Rose; a son, George; a
painting, washing. Special on va- daughter, Mrs. Rubin Kapin, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A.
cancies. LI 8-8831.
Schlafer; and his grandmother,
six grandchildren.
* * *
Mrs. Bessie Shon of Miami. In-
A-1 PAINTING
BERNHARDT B. LEVIN, terment, Louisville, Ky.
PAPER HANGING
* * *
19337 Santa Rosa, died Aug. 20.
WALL WASHING
He leaves his wife, Gertrude; a
SAM SHLAKMAN, 18644
Reasonable-Work Guaranteed
son, Stanford M. Leeds; a daugh- Northlawn, died Aug. 19. Surviv-
IMMEDIATE SERVICE
ter, Mrs. Richard Vernick; and ed by two sons, Ben of Los An-
three grandchildren.
geles and Jack; two daughters,
UN 4-0326
* * *
Mrs. Louis (Jean) Schnitzer and
BESSIE ARLIN, 15000 Mar- Mrs. Abe (Leah) Corman; and
FAUCET-SEALER
Joshua Shames. 19318 Roselawn. UN
2-0372.
CURES ALL LEAKING FAUCETS low, Oak Park, died Aug. 22. She seven grandchildren.
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
* * *
leaves three sons, Leonard Shultz,
SAVING YOU $5.00 A YEAR!
Replace old rubber washers with
Irving and Max Arlin; four
IDA
LEVINE,
3806 W. Grand,
TRANSPORTATION
31
EVER-WEAR SEALS, guaranteed
3 bedrm. bungalow
daughters, Mrs. Morton Surovitz, died Aug. 21. Survived by hus-
10 times better. Fixes any stand-
LEAVING
FOR
DENVER
August
27.
ard faucet. $1.25 installed,
Large liv. rm., din. area, eating
Mrs. Albert Rockhind, Mrs. Eva band, Isadore, and a sister in
Desire passengers to share ex-
space in kitch., fin. rec. rm., gas
CALL UN 1-6617
Galperin and Mrs. Albert Gantz; Argentina.
penses. Exchange references. UN
ht., incinerator, gar. Must be
2-1532.
sold. Priced right. For appt.
* * *
AFTER 5 P.M.
15 grandchildren and four great
call DI 1-5805.
grandchildren.
REBECCA
KANFER, 20426
PROFESSIONAL
* * *
EMPLOYMENT
40
Cheyenne, died Aug. 18 at the
DRESSMAKER
HYMAN WAXMAN, 11501 age of 68. She was active in
Petoskey,. died Aug. 22. Survived Mezricher Society, Hadassah and
If you need good donistic help
HOLIDAY SPECIALS
Huntington Woods
by three sons, Morris L., Edward other local movements. She is
PLAIN HEMS - $1.00
call us.
Don't Miss These!
H. and Sam; three daughters, survived by a son, Raymond;
All •other kinds of alterations
SPOTLESS BR. & STONE BUNG.
reasonable. Leather coats.
REEVES
Mrs. Morrey L. Pollack, Mrs. two daughters, Mrs. Edward
Gas ht., carpeting., 2 cr. gar.,
shortened. Prompt and satisfac-
patio, rec. rm., $17,900.
tory service. Free fittings in
Allan A. Agree and Mrs. Michael Lutz and Mrs. Minnie Gallis;
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
your home.
BRICK 5 BEDRM., 2 baths; a.c.
Lewis of Omaha, Neb.; nine a sister, Mrs. Julius Saltz; eight
gas ht., nat. firepl., 2 cr. gar.,
3708 Grand Ave. WE 5 0174
LI 4-5138
grandchildren and nine great grandchildren and . three great-
under $21,000.
grandchildren.
IN THE FRONT SEC.-Spacious
ALTERATIONS in my home that's grandchildren.
Col., 4 bedrms., 2 full baths,
why so reasonable. Ladies', chil-
* * *
'5 * *
WOMAN to be companion to elderly
plus 1st lay., terr., gar., terrific
dren's, and men's. LI 2-9035.
lady, room, board and wages. Call
value.
EDWARD
MINKOFF,
20413
BESSIE
PECHERER,
16644
UN 4-0525 or UN 4-2925.
REPAIRS, brick, cement, plaster,
LI 8-1222 WOMAN to take care of elderly ALL
WEAVER
pointing, porches, chimney, steps. Freeland, is survived by his Griggs, died Aug. 20. She leaves
wife, Eleanor; a son, Martin her husband, Samuel; a daugh-
UN 2-1017.
couple, and sleep in. UN 2-4442,
McNichols-Birwood Area
LI 8-2944, ar LI 3-3890.
Charles; two daughters, Paula ter, Mrs. Morrie Maslowe; and
Close to Beth Aaron Syn. Lovely
Dale and Karen Lynn; his two grandchildren.
55
MISCELLANEOUS
644 rms., face br., nat. firepl.,
REAL ESTATE SALESMEN
mother, Mrs. Rose Minkoff; a
spacious 3 bedrms. with lots of
* g:
Opportunity of a lifetime, for 2
TAILOR machine and mendineg ma-
closets, 1i4 colored tile baths,
salesmen to be connected to one
brother, Nathan; and a sister,
chine
for
sale.
Good
condition.
Rec. Rm., gas ht., garages, $2,000
NATHAN
MANHEIM, 81, of.
of the fastest selling and best
TO 7-9733.
dn. F.H.A. Mr. Roth, VI. 3-6015
Mrs. William Rosow.
advertised organizations in De-
Alliance, 0., died Aug. 1. Sur-
or UN. 4-7107.
troit. 39 yrs. same location. You
TURN YOUR OLD suits, topcoats,
get the same commission as our
MEYER M. SIMONS died in viving are his wife, Belle; a son,
ELSEA
and shoes into cash. TU 3-1872.
salesmen who have been with us
Los Angeles Aug. 17. Survived Robert; two daughters, Judith
for 20 yrs. Earn $20,000 a yr.
SOUTHFIELD - 9 MILE ROAD
or more. See sales mgr.
by two sisters, Mrs. Sam Rosen- Medvin of Detroit and Anita Wolf
57 A FURNITURE WANTED
"Get Rich Quick"
To settle an Estate. Bonstelle
feld of Los Angeles and Mrs. of Canton, 0.; a brother, Myer
Road, 17811. Lovely 6 room, 2
FURNITURE WANTED - Highest Morton L. Snyder, and t wo of Canton; , a sister, Mrs. Ann
bath, brick ranch home with
BENJ. RICH
prices paid for good used furni-
full basement. Features include
Ind.. Gittlesohn of Cleveland, and. fiv
ture and appliances. Call Nate brothers, Phillip of Marion, Ind..
TU 3-4000
12545 Linwood
den, carpeting and drapes. Open
Paige, TY 5-6601. Open daily 9- and Harry of Chicago. grandchildren.
Sunday 1-5.

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I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4826. LI 5-4035.

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Golden Realty

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EDWARD HENKEL CO.
WO. 1-2655 - --

EVENINGS MI 4-2918

NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOUSE
FOR SALE. 3 BEDROOMS, 21/2
BATHS.

5864 WEST OUTER DRIVE
CORNER HARTWELL

CALL DI 1-6891

SUBURBAN executive home, will sac-
rifice. Maple-15 Mile area. VA
2-0739.

SOUTHFIELD - 10 MILE ROAD

18255 NEW HAMPSHIRE

Brick ranch, abedrooms, 2 baths,
family room, attached 214-car
garage, large lot, well landscaped.

OWNER-BY APP'T.

KE 3-6755

WISCONSIN, 19162

7 MILE - WYOMING SECTION

3-bedroom brick Colonial. Clean
and well kept., carpeting and
drapes. Tiled basement with
lay., fireplace. Separate dining
room. S15,800.

BY OWNER

UN 1-8471

8:30 p.m., Sun. 11-6. Closed Sat.

ELDERLY MAN getting Social Se-
curity, but still wants to be active.
Very easy light work to keep you
busy. Call VA 2-0739.

HYMAN SCHUTZMAN, 3772
Industrialist Dies
Duane, died Aug. 21. Survived Abraham Blumenkrantz, New
by wife, Rose; a daughter, Mrs. Haven industrialist, founder of
WOMAN to live-in, 1 child. More. for
Seymour (Sarah) Kaiserman of I the General Instrument Corpora-
home. DI 1-4677 after 6 p.m.
Los Angeles; a brother, - Sam of tion, who had been making his
Seymour B. Goldman, 40, well Pittsburgh; a. sister, Mrs. Hyn-ian.lhome in New York, died Aug. 18
EMPLOYMENT WANTED known attorney who practiced
40 A
(Rebecca) Drotman of Pittsburgh. I at the age of 63.
AMBITIOUS mature alert family before the U. S. Supreme Court,
man 25 years in own business, de- died Aug. 16.
sires work in any field managing
Mr. Goldman, 25575 York,
and selling. UN 1-3919 evenings.
Royal Oak, was a graduate of
EXPERIENCED child care for vaca-
tioning parents, also care of new Wayne State University and the
born and mother, also baby sitting University of Michigan Law
day or evening. Excellent refer-
School. Active in community af-
ences. KE 7-7395 or LI 8-6947.
CAPABALE, dependable, good fairs, he was a member of the
Detroit and Michigan Bar Asso-
health, baby sitter. UN 2-9212.
Dr. Joseph R. Rosenbloom has to be identified, and not all of
ciations, Temple Beth El and the rendered a service to historians these positively. In 1783 the pop-
Oakland
County
Democratic
Club.
S0
BUSINESS CARDS
with his compilation of brief bio- ulation of the United States was
Survivors include two sons, graphical sketches of Jews in the estimated at 2,776,000. Viewed
A-1 PATCH PLASTERING and com-
plete painting by experts. Clean, Jonathan and David; a daugh- early years of American history.
against this figure, America's
insured work. Free estimates. ter, Martha; his parents, Mr. and
Delta Decorators. UN 2-8331.
In "A Biographical Dictionary 18th-century JeWish population
Mrs. Solomon Goldman, and two
appears to be infinitesimal."
PAINTING - DECORATING, interior, brothers, Irving S. and Alvin R. of Early American Jews-Colo-
In his preface to the compila-
exterior. Quality workmanship, in-
nial
Times
Through
1800,"
pub-
sured, reasonable. UN 4-8534.
lished by University of Kentucky tion, Dr. Rosenbloom states: "A
Mose Feld, Prominent Press, Lexington, Ky., Dr. Rosen- few terms peculiar to the organi-
ATTENTION
bloom has incorporated the names zation of Jewish communal life
COAL BUYERS
Jewish Leader, Dies
of about 4,000 people who are in the era covered in his book
• We specialize in commercial and
HOUSTON, Tex., (JTA) - identified by him as Jews.
has been included: bodek, a cer-
domestic coal. Fill your bins up
now.
Mose M. Feld, prominent philan-
tified official charged with exam-
Dr. Rosenbloom considers his ining an animal or fowl before
thropist and Jewish communal
WOLVERINE COAL CO.
leader, died here Aug. 21 of a work a source for "sociological ritual slaughter; hazzan, a cantor
TE 1-6756
and cultural analysis, a basic tool or reader presiding over the syn-
heart attack at the age of 61.
Born in Galveston, Tex., Feld for the study of American Jewish agogue's worship services;..mohel,
was known as "the one-time history."
a person authorized to perform
DRESSMAKINQ
newsboy who became a million-
Cautioning about inevitable the rite of circumcision accord-
All Kinds of Alterations
aire industrialist." He was a fel- omissions, the author explains the ing to Jewish law; shanunas, a
Call for Appointments
low of Brandeis University and use of Jewish names or names s y n a g 0 g a 1 beadle or sexton;
./ -
a member of the board of the of people with Jewish associa- shohet, a Jewish ritual slaugh-
UN 3-8283
National Conference of Chris- tions. A noteworthy fact to terer."
17175 ROSELAWN
tians and Jews. He was a past emerge from his volume, he ex-
Dr. Rosenbloom is a lecturer
CARPENTER WORK of all kinds, president of the Houston Jewish plains, "is the extremely small in Hebrew at the University of
kitchen cabinet doors, wall panel-
ing, steps, railings, cedar closets. Community Council and was for- percentage of Jews in America Kentucky and rabbi of Lexing-
work myself. UN 4-1897.
merly chairman of the board of during the nearly two centuries ton's Temple Agudath Israel. He
FOR BETTER wall washing, cal) the Houston United Jewish Cam- covered by this dictionary. With- studied at Hebrew Union Col-
James Russell. One day service. paign.
out allowance for deaths and emi- lege, where he received his doc-
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.
grations during the years in ques- torate in Hebrew letters. His
GREENBERG'S Maintenance and Re-
In Gurnee, M., it's illegal for tion, the data suggest that, dur- biographical- dictionary began in
pair. Specializing electric ap:
pliances, door bells, locksmith, a woman weighing more than ing the entire period, no more 1951 as a rabbinical thesis for
window glass, carpenter work, 200 pounds to wear shorts while than some 4,000 Jews, 1,500 of Hebrew Union College - Jewish
sash cords, screens, reasonable
riding a horse.
whom were born in America, are Institute of Religion.
rates. TO 9-4815.

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Seymour B. Goldman,
Local Attorney, Dead

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Biographical Dictionary of Early
American Jews Considered Source
for Sociological, Cultural Study

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18301 ILENE

OPEN 2 - 5
3 bedrm. bung. Pass hall to
kitch. and liv. rm. Full din. rm., •
screened terrace, good shops,
schools, and Schules.
MR. SEIDON
UN 4-4600

J. WM: KLEM

CLEAN 3-bedroom colonial. Priced
right. Owner. 17176 Washburn. UN
1-5585. .

City of Southfield

80x120 lot. Sewer, water &
paving. $4,950. UN 4-9151 or
EL 6-1247,

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