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March 26, 1965 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-26

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17—HOUSES FOR SALE

A DREAM residence built to
your specifications on your
site or ours. See the quality
construction that can be yours.

Northland Village Draws Buyers
at Opening of New Model Homes

BY NATHAN ZIPRIN
(Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)

MODEL OPEN 1-5 DAILY
4200 ORCHARD CREST DR.
1/2 Mile N. of Maple off Orchard
Lake Rd. — LI 4-4063 or 626.0832

MILTON BERRY

ED SILVER

PARK WOODS BLDG. CO.

The Salem

Thousands of prospective home-
buyers attended the grand open-
Lahser-12 Mi.
ing of Northland Village with four
Mt. Vernon Sub. 1 yr. old 4 bed.
new model homes announced in
Col. 21/2 baths, lge. Family Rm. WI
The Jewish News with a full-page
nat. firepl. bit-ins. incl. dishwasher,
gas ht., 21/2 attach. gar. Must sell.
advertisement last F rid a y , ac-
Only $29,750.
cording to Spoon, Kushner and
LAURENCELLE REALTY LI 7-3000 Sukenic, the developers and build-
ers.
Sixteen homes—primarily four-
Oak Park
bedroom colonials were sold over
3 bedrm. ranch, new carpeting, gas
the weekend, totaling $500,000 at
ht., enclosed carport, only $90 mo.
includes everything. $400 moves you
an average price of $30,000.
in, no other costs. 9 Mi.-Coolidge
Northland Village is located in
area. Why pay rent?
Southfield, near Greenfield and
LAURENCELLE REALTY LI 7-3000 Ten Mile Rds.

Southfield Bargain!

OAK PARK

3 bedroom brick ranch. Knotty pine
kitchen. Finished basement. Bathroom,
walk-in closet of master. Carpeting,
drapes, storms, screens, gas heat. 21/2
car garage. $900 down, to FHA. $19,000
mortgage ct.

24210 RENSSELAER
LI 5-5240

OAK PARK
ALBANY NR. MANISTEE
REDUCED TO $7,900
F.H.A. mo. paymts. $68 incl. all.
Cedar shingle ranch, 5 rms., 2
bedrms., Utility Rm., no basement,
incl. stove, refrig., garb. dispos.,
lge. lot, fenced. Sacrifice Sale.
BRENNER REAL ESTATE
UN 1-2265
UN 3-7236

FRANKLIN-INKSTER-14 MI. RD.
4 ACRES, LAKE, KEEP HORSES

Delightful and different. Superb
view. Country charm in this home.
3 bedri-ns., 3 baths, family rm.,
complete built-in kitchen, attached
garage. May be sub-divided. By
appointment. Thelma Polsky, 342-
8265 or VE 8-0077.

WARREN SEELYE

OAK PARK

CLOVERLAWN

3-bedroom brick ranch, family room,
1 1/2 baths, finished basement with
maids room and bath. Carpeting,
drapes, stove and refrig.

LI 8-5016

OAK PARK

CONTEMPORARY
3-bedroom brick ranch, gas heat,
carpeting, carport. Im.med. posses-
sion.

Four models with alternate
elevations are open to visitors.
These are three- and four-bed-
room colonials, also one ranch
home, priced from $24,900 of $32,-
500, including lot. All homes
have center - entrance foyers,
family rooms, breakfast nooks,
full basements and two-car, at-
tached garages.

Every home has prewired tele-

18—STORE RENTALS

STORE FOR RENT

REASONABLE

Good for fruit, fish or general food
market. In best West 6 Mile shop-
ping block. Next to bakery, drug-
store, restaurant and others.

OAK PARK

3-bedroom brick ranch. Spotless
condition. Carpet like new. Tiled
basement with stall shower. Near
shopping, schools and synagogues.
41/2% G.I. mortgage.

OPEN SUN. 1 - 4

LI 1-5979

1 7 A

-



LOTS FOR SALE

Huntington Rd.
at Salem Rd.

75x150' lot, excellent location.
Priced for quick sale. Ask
for MR. OPERMAN.

GROSS REALTY
DI 2-1300

18-B—STORES FOR LEASE

OAK PARK AREA
24695 COOLIDGE

40x80 air-conditioned store.
Fixtures also available.

BERNARD ROLLIN .

. LI 3-8303

19-B—COMMERCIAL BUILDING
FOR LEASE

ALLEN PARK
8461 PARK

Modern brick clinic-5 treat-
ment rooms, office, reception
room — plenty of parking —
220 power — lease $260 mo.

ELSEA

VI 1-1400

30-A—INSTRUCTIONS

REMEDIAL READING
AND MATH

Classes now forming





Grades 1-12
Certified teachers
Four students per class

MICHIGAN CENTER OF
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
864-2066

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, March 26, 1965

All homes have forced air heat
and plenty of storage and ward-
robe space. Pre-finished wood
kitchen cabinets or laminated
plastic are available. Buyers may
have their choice of built-in range,
oven and dishwasher in any of the
models.
Models will be open daily 1-8
p.m.; Saturdays 11 a.m. to 6
p.m.; closed Thursdays.

40—EMPLOYMENT

A RARE
JOB OPPORTUNITY

An industrious young man be-
tween 25 and 30 who can handle
responsibilities and has a business
background and possibly some
knowledge of chemistry will find
a rewarding administrative future
with a recognized manufacturer of
consumer products. For interview,
send resume to Box 701.

The Jewish News

DRUG CLERK, male or female. Experi-
enced. Referencs. Full time. Apply per-
sonally: Fairlane Drugs, 26704 Ryan
corner 11, Warren.

45—BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

DELICATESSEN

Sam and Waller franchise—
busy Woodward Ave. money-
maker — $4,500 total price.
Many others.

ELSEA

VI 1-1400

50—BUSINESS CARDS

WALL TO WALL
CARPET CLEANING

We also clean upholstered furni-
ture. All work guaranteed. 42 years
experience. 35 yards of carpeting,
$15.
SAM SMALTZ
LI 2-4735
Call after 4 p.m.

A-I PAIIVIING, papernanging, interior,
wanwasning. inunediate service. Guar-
anteed. Reasonable. UN 4-0326 after
a p.m.

JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate

BAR-MITZVAH, Hebrew Bible, Yiddish.
English; experienced teacher. 342-9254.

Local and Long Distance Packing,
storage, pianos, appliances, house-
hold furnishings.
8700 West McNichols Rd.
UN 2 - 6047

MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school
teacher. BS, MS degrees. 15 years ex-
perience. Modern or traditional mathe-
matics. 353-3562.

LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable.
Free estimates. VE 5-7453.

31—TRANSPORTATION

INTERIOR, exterior painting. Carpen-
ter work. Free estimates. Powell and
Son. 542-3270.

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

LARKINS MOVING CO.

To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
Texas, Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
where.

Household and
Office Furniture

ALL POINTS DRIVER AGENCY

9970 GRAND RIVER
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
WE 1-0621

TAILOR-FITTER

SOUTHFIELD LOTS, Washington Heights,
Sherwood Village & Northland Gardens.
Meljoy, 541-7332.

lage.

17100 W. 7 Mile
Detroit, Mich. 48235

40—EMPLOYMENT

KENTUCKY near Santa Clara--6-room
lower. Adults. $130 month, heated.
Broker, UN 1-4918.

phone planning and is insulated
with Fiberglass. Each offers a
choice of brick with aluminum
siding.
Country-style living with all city
conveniences, which include, san-
itary sewers and gas service are
prime factors in Northland Vil-

UN 2-5408
UN 2-9656

MORRITZ SCHUBINER
UN 1-5373
LI 3-6232

13620 W. LINCOLN

7 ,7
Historic Nuggets

Only experienced men need apply.
Good working conditions. Perma-
nent work. Year round salary. Paid
vacation, insurance, etc. Call collect
NOrmandy 3-1829 or NOrmandy
2-8490.

RESIDENT housekeeper for motherless
home. 1 child. Residing in Oak Park.
References exchanged. LI 8-2041, UN
3-9796. -

LICENSED MOVERS
PROFESSIONALS
894-4587

1. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work, no job too big or small. BR
3-4326, LI 5-4035.

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

PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free
estimates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639. KE
8-1047.

P & W

DECORATING COMPANY

Interior and Exterior Decorating

Painting and Wall Washing

Phone

TE 4-0196

TE 4-1122

the speculator in real estate he
1;as been described to be, but that
he was greatly influenced by W.
D. Robinson, who had a plan to
settle Jews in the United States.
Mordecai Noah was also influ-
enced through association with
Louis Way, a representative of the
London Bible Society, who sought
to have the Russian Czar Alex I
free all Jews so that he could bap-
tize them.
Asking "what was the driving
force behind the idea of establish-
ing the Ararat State?" Dr. Kohn
replied that he was inclined to
the view that the immediate
causes were the Missionary Soci-
eties in New York City and
Jewish converts who were tryir
to convert Jews and who establi
ed an unsuccessful colony for per-
secuted Jews provided they be-
came baptized.

Did you know that a "trefa ban-
quet" in June of 1883 at the Cin-
cinnati Highland House was the
opening wedge in the movement
which culminated in the founding
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary and establishment of the Con-
servative wing in the American
synagogue?
A good deal of light was thrown
last week on the subject by Dr.
John J. Appel in a paper he read
in Cincinnati at the 63rd annual
meeting of the American Jewish
Historical Society. Reform minded
historians, said Dr. Appel, explain-
ed the serving of non-kosher foods
on this ceremonial occasion, the
graduation of the first class of
American trained rabbis from the
Hebrew Union College and the an-
nual council meeting of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
As to Mordecai Manual Noah
tions, as an unfortunate accident himself,
Dr. Kohn was of the
and oversight which furnished the opinion that
he was stimulated
enemies of Rabbi Isaac M. Wise
by
firm
religious
convictions in
with an issue to attack and dis-
and in belief that the
credit him at a sensitive period in Judaism
his career and in the development restoration of the Jewish people
was bound to come.
of the Hebrew Union College. On to Palestine
according to Dr. Kohn,
the other hand, Conservative Noah,
wanted to combat the mission-
writers point to the strong emo-
aries' activity of conversion and
tional impact the incident he
also felt that the Indians
made on the leaders of opinion
the lost 10 tribes and that
among rabbis belonging to the were
establishment of a Jewish State
"historical school." In any event, in
the United States, even
the Jewish press of the day had a
picnic, ringing with charges and though temporary, would bring
the Indians to the Jewish
counter-charges and contradictory back
fold.
accounts of what happened and
According to an AP report i
what was served on that day of
May of 1964 of a study conducted
June 11, 1883.
From another paper, read by by Drs. Donald J. Bogue and Jan
Dr. Samuel J. Hurwitz, we learn E. Dizard of the University of Chi-
that Jamaican Jews were the cago, "Jewish respondent showed
a greater level of prejudice to-
first to achieve political rights
wards others than others toward
from Great Britain.
The British government at first Jews."
But a paper read at the conven-
refused to assent to legislation giv-
ing the Jews political rights until tion by Dorothy Steinberg devel-
those rights were given to non- oped the thesis that an examina-
white citizens. Thus, the Jews in tion of the original paper shows
Jamaica had to wait for political that in terms of self-expressed
rights until the government of Ja- prejudices, Jews are less prejud-
maica granted, under pressure, iced toward all other groups than
political rights to the free Ne- are other like groups and that the
groes. It was only then that the AP report derived, not from the
British government assented to answers by the Jewish respon-
legislation granting the Jews of dents, but from a separate report
Jamaica political rights. Under of the subjective rating of the re-
the Windsor Proclamation of 1661 spondents by the interviewers.
As to the studies on Jewish in-
all English subjects were entitled
to equal privileges, but the Jews termarriage by Erich Rosenthal,
of Jamaica nevertheless soon Miss Steinberg observed that the
found themselves unable to vote, statistical image of the intermarry-
to hold public office, or to be em- ing Jew has led to a conclusion
concerning the eventual, if not im-
ployed in public service.
Was Mordecai Manuel Noah a minent, disappearance of the Jew,
mere charlatan, a visionary, or a suggesting that what the Inquisi-
scatter-brained though interesting tion failed to achieve the statisti-
individual? Dr. S. Joshua Kohn, in cian might.
a paper attempting to give an
answer to this question, presents a
number of interesting views of this
unique figure in early American
life. Dr. Robert Gordis, a noted
Jewish scholar, views Noah as a
visionary and as the first political
Zionist a half - century before
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (JTA) —
Herzl. A similar view is taken by
Isaac Goldberg, who depicted Ma- Dr. Erwin R. Goodenough, world
jor Noah as a Zionist and a prac- renowned non-J e wish Biblical
ticed polititian. Another Jewish scholar who has
historian, Bernard D. Weinryb, be- written e x t e n-
lieves that Noah was really not sively on Judaic
themes, died
here Saturday at
50—BUSINESS CARDS
the age of 71. A
professor emeri-
GREENER ALUMINUM CO.
tus in religion at
SALES AND SERVICE
Yale University,
Everything in Aluminum. Storms -
Dr. Goodenough
screens - doers - awnings - insur-
ance repairs.
also was a visit-
ing lecturer at
I. GREENER
Brandeis Univer-
19521 W. 7 MILE
Res. 532-5462
Bus. 535-6115 sity.
His major work
WILLIAMS BROS. decorating. Let us
advise a figure an your painting. TO was "Jewish
9-0277, call evenings.
Symbols in the
Greco - Roman
55 A MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Period," a 10-
v o 1 u me discus-
TURN YOUR OLD SUITS, topcoats,
sion of the in- Dr. Goodenough
shoes into cash. DI 2-3717.
fluence he said pagan culture had
exercised on Palestinian Judaism.
ANTIQUES
56
The work based its main con-
clusions on what it claimed was
REFINISHING, REPAIRING, RE-
STORING of old furniture and an-
the presence of pagan symbols and
tiques. Expert work. Reasonable
designs in early Jewish art and
prices. Pick-up and delivery.
expressions of religion.
Decore Antiques, Inc.
Dr. Goodenough was .a partici-
16527 Hamilton
Highland Park pant in the Roman Lecture Series
TO 1-5357
at Wayne State University.

Prof. Goodenough,
Writer on Judaic
Themes, Dies at 71

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