17—HOUSES FOR SALE
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
10 to 90 Day Occupancy
DUTCH HILL FARMS
12 Mi. Rd., 2 blks. W. of Lahser
in Beautiful SOUTHFIELD
OPEN SUN. 12.6
2-4 bedrm. Colonials, 1st. fir. laundry
rm. 2,400 sq. ft.
1—Colonial 4 bedrms. 1st. fir. libr.,
2;00 sq. ft.
1—Colonial, 4 bedrms., 1st. fir. library,
2,650 sq. ft.
All have attached garage, double
over in built-in kitchen, pan. Family
rm., 2Y2 baths, fireplace, storms,
MODEL RANCH FOR SALE
3 bedrms. with all the above features
PLUS LANDSCAPING & carpeting
A WOODBURY-ARTISAN Community
On beautiful Northfield Blvd. Cus-
tom built 3 bedroom brick ranch.
Large living room with fireplace,
separate dining room, screened in
porch. Many extras. Near schools
and synagogues. $23,950.
NEAR VASSAR DRIVE
Must sell. Therefore priced at $18,-
900. 3 bedrms., 11/2 baths, beautiful
pan. fam. rm., with built-ins.
South of 10 Mile, near Pearce. First
offering. Out of town owner anxious
to sell. 3-bedrm. brick ranch. fam.
rm., mod. kitch.- with built-ins,
Florida rm., 2 full baths, main floor.
Can assume 5 1/2% mtge. Full price
$31,900. For appt. to see both homes
call Edith Goodman
OAK PK.—OPEN SUN. 2-5
5-rm. brk. bung., carpeting, drapes,
like new. Newly painted in & out,
tile kitch., tile bath, Rec. Rm.,
alum. S. & S. Call MR. CASH.
RELIABLE woman desires convalescent
Jets to Jordan
WASHINGTON (JTA) — De-
ploring what he termed "the stamp
BEACON SQUARE EAST
of secrecy" imposed on details of
an extensive new United States
eal a te occupancy
agreement to provide U. S. super-
Spacious 4 bedrm. Colonial, attached
sonic military jets to Jordan, Rep.
21/2 cr. gar, 21/2 baths, pan. Fam.
Seymour Halpern, New York Re-
Rm. plus libr., 1st fir. laundry Rm.,
publican, said in a speech on the
on 90' lot. Priced from $36,950.
floor of the House that he was
27015 BRADFORD LANE
"extremely distressed" by the
N. of 11 Mi. betw. Evergreen & Lahser
growing extent of U. S. govern.
Buy This 26-Unit
Richter-Sherwood Bldg. Co.
ment involvement in Arab military
Brk. beauty nr. Dexter.
It's better than money in
Israelis See New Element
the bank. Income $19,000
of Tension in U. S. Deal
yearly. Only $15,000 dn.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — While
15110 Northfield near Greenfield.
Open Sat. & Sun. 1-5 p.m. Clean 3-
the official attitude of the Israel
bedroom brick ranch, 11/2 baths,
government toward the United
central air-conditioning, finished
recr. room, lots of extras. Asking
States announcement of an agree-
ment to supply jet aircraft to Jor-
dan has stressed the government's
determination to continue its ef-
forts to maintain an arms bal-
ance in the Middle East region,
NEW BRICK HOMES
nongovernmental sources here are
3-bedroom brick ranches, full base-
mt. gas ht., built-in oven and stove
more outspoken. They warn that a
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. new element of tension has been
and ' many other features.
created in the area.
By Hour or Flat Rate
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor- U.S. Jordan Deal Reported
pianos, appliances, nousehold furn-
Involving 24 Supersonic Jets
LONDON (JTA) — The United
9 Mi.-Coolidge: Oak Park
543-4832 States deal with Jordan, for pro-
NEW LISTING. 3 bedrm. ranch,
vision of "a limited number of
storage bldg., carpeting, excell.
landscaping, utility area. Assume
military jet aircraft" to the Am-
4 1/2% mtge. at only $75 bo. Be the
LARKINS MOVING CO. man Government, involves the sale
1st to call.
of two squadrons, comprising 24
planes, of the F-104, jet super-
sonic type, the Financial Times re-
ported from Beirut, Lebanon. The
S. State Department's confirma-
OPEN SUN. 2-5
tion of the agreement with Jordan
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior did not identify either the type of
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after craft or the number of planes.
3 bedroom ranch, 1 1/2 baths, central
air-conditioning, beautiful finished
Other dispatches, received from
recr. room. DI 2-8383. Sheldon Ross.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James Cairo, reported that Al Ahram,
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
the authoritative Egyptian newspa-
per, expressed "surprise and re-
sentment" over Washington's an-
Custom built home. 3 bedroom
nouncement of the deal with Jor-
ranch, 11/2 baths, new carpeting,
dan, saying that the agreement
new drapes. Near schools and syna-
tions. Prompt Service. FREE
gogues. Many extras. Near 91/2 and
was "merely a pretext" for a new
Coolidge. Open Sun. 1-5.
American arms deal with Israel.
Cairo, according to other dis-
from Egypt, was offended
by a reference in the State Depart-
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter ment's announcement to "massive
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. DR
Soviet sales of arms to certain
3-4826, LI 5-4035.
Spacious & spotless, 3 nice bedrms.
countries of the Near East," point-
Family Rm., 2 full baths, large bit-in
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
kitchen, attic fan, 4 T. air cond.,
ing out that the Washington word-
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
costly carpeting, drapes, scr. porch.
ing pointed up the acquisition by
Must sell. A few more available.
WALL WASHING, 20 years experience. Egypt of armaments from the
Call after 5:30 p.m. 864-2936.
Egypt was reported also object-
ing to Washington's reminder that
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
it is interested in preserving the
WE NEED 50,000 BOOKS
balance of arms in the Middle
For our annual used book
East. Al Ahram asked sarcastical-
sale. Brandeis U. Women's
ly whether that concern meant the
Comm. Book donations tax de-
United States wanted to balance
Exclusive area, 80x130 with all
ductable. For pick-up
Egypt's use of Soviet arms against
improvements. Sewers, water and
paving. Ready to build. $9,900.
Jordan's reliance on American air-
60—CARS FOR SALE
Fullerton cor. Steel (off Grand River)
— a lazy mans dream — bldg. & good
going business — established contract
accounts — more available. Several
Brick — 3 bedrooms — gas heat —
11/2 baths — pass hall — tiled base-
ment — carpeting and drapes in
excellent condition — many other
features. $22,500. LI 7-9367 4-6 p.m.
Rovin LI 7-7979
3-bedroom brick ranch, full base-
ment, double bath, custom drapes
and c a r p e t i n g, newly decorated.
Near Einstein and Clinton schools.
41/2% GI mtge.
OPEN SUN. 2.- 5
a rare find in
DI 1-0441 or 546-1290
Custom built, charming and
authentic center entrance colonial.
3 good sized bedrooms, 2 1/2 beauti- 18—STORE RENTALS
Burgundy, 28,600 miles. Auto., full
fully tiled baths, slate entrance
power and safety features. Dual 90
hall, 21 ft. living room w/natural
tires, radio, heater, new top, excel-
13330 WEST 7 MILE RD.
lent cond. $1,200.
fireplace, library, sep. dining rm.,
rm., bit.-in dishwasher, 21x15 Store for rent or lease-20
paved patio, 2-car garage, storms ft. by 90 ft. Air-conditioned.
and screens, attic fan, completely
838-4092 or 353-5438
fenced and landscaped, newly dec-
Bill Outlawing Bias
orated by prominent interior dec-
in Frats Defeated
orator with many fine accessories 30-A—INSTRUCTIONS
throughout. Owner transferred.
LANSING—The outlawing of ra-
Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish,
LI 6-7414. • Price 35,900 BAR-MITZVAH,
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254. cial and religious discrimination
MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school in fraternities and sororities at
teacher, B.S., M.S. degrees. 16 years state colleges and universities was
experience. Modern mathematics. 353- turned down in the House of Re-
Beautiful 3 bedroom Etkin built
ranch. Carpeted throughout,
PIANO LESSONS. H. Miller. KE 1-0330.
screened porch. Storms and screens.
Although the vote was 44-42 in
Excellent location. SUNDAY 11-5.
MEDICAL student with 7 years college favor of passage, it takes 56 aye
education—qualified any area. Call after votes for a measure to pass. Spon-
sor of the bill was Rep. James Del
Rio, Detroit Democrat.
Backers said the measure
express the intent of the
4-bedroom colonial, family
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
legislature, but opponents said
room and den, multiple
To Philadelphia, New York City,
it would be ineffectual, and a re-
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
baths, built in '65.
solution would do just as well.
Texas, Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
Originally, the bill would have
made it a misdemeanor for any
Insured Driveaway System
campus organization to practice
9970 GRAND RIVER
discrimination. As amended, it
Magnificent cust. bit. 4 bedrms.,
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
pan. Family Rm. & Country style
would have prohibited any discrim-
modern kitch. attach., 3 1/2 baths,
inatory language in the bylaws or
all huge rms. for luxurious living,
air cond., 2-car gar. Must be seen.
constitution of any fraternity or
Ask for RONALD SCHATTEN.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
sorority with a chapter on a Mic-
30—Friday, April 15, 1966
American ORT Leader
NEW YORK (JTA)—Alexander
one of the founders of
the American ORT Federation and
its treasurer for many years, who
was also a member of the World
ORT Union, died here Sunday
at age 80.
Born in Poland, Mr. Dolowitz
received his education in New
York, being graduated from
Cooper Union and receiving a de-:
gree in civil engineering from
Columbia University. He became
chairman of the American' ORT
Federation's finance committee in
1931, and was elected to the World
ORT Union's central board in
At the time of his death, he
was a -member of that central
board as well as a member of the
executive and administrative com-
mittees of the American organ-
Walter Laib, Age 75
Walter Laib, founder of the Wolf
Detroit Envelope Co., 14700 Dexter,
died Tuesday at age 75.
Mr. Laib, 850 Whitmore, was a
member of Temple Beth El, Great
Lakes Club and the Economic Club
He leaves his wife, Ethel.
El Al to Egypt?
Not this Trip
NEW YORK (JTA)—Readers of
the travel section of the New York
Times were startled by an adver-
tisement of El Al Israel Airlines
offering a 62-day African tour, in-
cluding Egypt, for $3,703.
The African tour was one of
eight from New York offered in a
seven-column advertisement de-
scribed as El Al's "But-I-Don't-
Want-To-Go-to-Israel" tours. Anoth-
er El Al offering included Leba-
non in a 19-day tour for $659.
Several readers of the paper
called the JTA to ask whether.
it was correct that the Israel.,
airline was offering tours tc`
Egypt. A spokesman for El At—
confirmed that Egypt was one of
the points on the El Al African
deluxe tours but explained that
El Al did not fly into Egypt it-
self. Passengers desiring to in-
clude Egypt in this tour are
transferred by El Al to other
airlines permitted to land there.
The advertisement is designed
to inform travelers that El Al pro-
vides service to many points be-
sides Israel. "Basically, we're an
international airline, and we stop
at 17 cities in Europe and Africa,"
the advertisement stated. "Sur-
prised? Good. Then you'll also be
surprised at some of the tours we
have. Tours that don't go to Israel
for instance, and tours that go
from Israel to places you'd never
expect us to send you."
The El Al deluxe tour including
Egypt also offered stops at Iran,
South Africa, Rhodesia, Tanzania,
Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda, Ethio-
pia and Israel.
Lawyer Jacob Gilbert;
NEW YORK (JTA)—Jacob H.
'Gilbert, a prominent Jewish attor-
ney and a son-in-law of the late
Supreme Court Justice Louis D.
Brandeis, died here at age 83.
After Justice Brandeis' death in
1941,. Mr. Gilbert devoted much of
his time to the founding of Bran-
deis University at Waltham, Mass.
Justice Brandeis' daughter, Mrs.
Susan Brandeis Gilbert, 'survives
Mr. Gilbert devoted many years
to active work in behalf of Brandeis
University. After the justice's
death in 1941, Mr. Gilbert spent
much time studying the concept of
such a university and after its
founding in 1948, worked at the
campus on details of its develop-
A graduate of the New York
University's law school, Mr. Gil-
bert met Susan Brandeis, who
had been admitted to the bar a
few years previously, when they
pleaded the opposite sides of a
minor landlord-tenant case in
They were married Dec. 22, 1925,
in the meeting house of the Society
for Ethical Culture. Eventually,
the couple went into a law partner-
ship, as Gilbert and Brandeis. He
retired 10 years ago.
Besides his wife, Mr. Gilbert
leaves two sons, Louis B. and
Frank B. ; a daughter, Mrs. Alice
Popkin; and two grandchildren.
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with its 16,538 square miles of
land area, is equal in size to the
combined areas of Connecticut,
Delaware, Massachusetts and
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