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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS .

13—. -FOR RENT APARTMENTS

Friday, April 4, 106941 ''

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

'Earliest Known Work' of Jewish Music
Wasn't, Says Chicago Professor

CHICAGO (JTA) — A Chicago
scholar has disputed the assertion
of a Jerusalem music authority
that a musical .selection heard at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America was the earliest
known work of Jewish music.
The performance was based on
a 12th Century manuscript frag-
ment identified as the work of
Obadiah the Norman, a monk con-
verted to Judaism about 1102 CE,
and found in the Conservative
seminary's Geniza archives.
At the time that the selection
was presented here late last year,
the seminary quoted Dr. Adler in
a report published by JTA as say-
ing that the fragment of music
not only helped understand Jew-
ish liturgical tradition but served
as a key to its relationship with
church music, particularly the
Gregorian plainsong.

Dr. Adler is the head of the
music department and national
sound archives of the Jewish
National and University Library
in Israel, and is director of Jew-
ish music research at Hebrew
University. His disputant is Dr.
Norman Golb, associate profes-
sor of medieval Jewish studies,
department of Near Eastern
languages and civilization, Univ-
ersity of Chicago.
Dr. Golb, who claims to have

been the first to identify the frag-
ment's scribe as Obadiah, said
that "competent Jewish musico-
logists" who had recognized the

Gregorian chant characteristics of
the fragment were "led astray"
by "eastern Hebrew handwriting"
on the fragment into thinking that
the music was "Jewish."
What Obadiah, did, the scholar
claims, was to merely "adapt the
melodies of his youth to the He-
brew poetry learned by him after
his conversion." The music, he
said, is not "of demonstrably Jew-
ish origin."

Syracuse Jewry Joins
Interfaith Housing Aid

Liners and display classified ads accepted from
responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
2 p.m. Wednesday. For rates and information .. .

CALL VErmont 8-9364

10—ROOMS FOR RENT

YOUNG man to share living quarters
with same. UN. 4-0055 after 12.

NEWLY decorated room for woman.
Kitchen privileges. Blackstone Manor.
UN. 4-4303. 356-2993.

BEAUTIFUL large room—double closet.
Air-conditioning. Will make a happy
home for working lady. UN. 2-5303 Sun-
day and evenings.

SCHAEFER APARTMENTS. 16555
Schaefer between McNichols and Puri-
tan. 1 and 2 bedroom apartments
available. Air-conditioned. All utilities
except electric. $137.50 up per month.
See manager, Apt. 11.

Free Parking after 5 p.m.
James Garner in

"SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF"

11:15, 2:50, 6:30, 10:10
Faye Dunaway, Steve McQueen

"THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR"

1:10, 4:50, 8:30
WED. LADIES DAY 75c

FOX

2211 Woodward—WO 1.9494
2ND BIG Week Ends Tues.
Guys youll love or hate

DEVIL'S 8"
"THE
in color, plus

"ANGELS FROM HELL"

CAMELOT

LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For Schedule Information Call WO 1.7917

At Grand Circus
Park. WO 1-3240
31/2 hrs. free parking after 5:30 p.m.
Sidney Peltier In

GRAND CIRCUS

"STAR"

Exclusive Area Showing I
All Walt Disney Program
Glen Ford in

"TO SIR WITH LOVE"

11:05, 2:40, 6:25,10:05

Ladies' Day Wed. 75c

MICHIGAN

Baglezvg 1i River

Jim Brown, Raquel Welch

"100 RIFLES"

11:25, 1:40, 3:55, 6:10, 11:30, 10:45

WED. LADIES DAY 75c

TELENEWS

1540 Woodward—WO 1-0543
Doors open 9:45 a.m.

"THE FEMALE"

WED. LADIES DAY . 75c

S. Greenfield Rd.
358-3920
Dean Jones, Buddy Hackett
In Technicolor

9 PAL
AMERICANA
1109 4444476

"THE LOVE BUG"

Easter Vacation Week

MATINEES EVERY DAY

1:540, 3:55, 6:00, 10:10
April 4th through 13th

NEIGHBORHOOD'

BERKLEY

12 Mne - Cootidge LI 2-0330

Bob Hope - Phyllis Diller

"PRIVATE NAVY OF
SGT. O'FARRELL"

FRI., MON., TUES open 6:45. SHOWN
7:00, 10:25. SAT. EVE. re-open 6:45.
shown 9:00 only Sun. open 1:15 shown
3:35, 7:00, 10:25
$11011 9 Winters, Lola Lolabrigida

"BUONA SERA MRS. CAMPBELL"

FRI., MON., TUES. 3:35 only. SAT. EVE.
7:10, 10:30. SUN. 1:35, 5:05, 8:35
SAT. CHILDREN'S MATINEE,
ALL SEATS 50c
"THE WIZARD OF BAGDAD" "PRI.
VATE NAVY" starts 1:20, over 4:30

STARTING SAT. MATINEES EVERY
at 12 noon until SUN. April 13.

Plymouth

Rd.

0

0

at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 44400

NOW AT REGULAR PRICES!

0

Unbelievable Julie Andrews,

"STAR"

Week nights 6:20, 9:20
SAT., SUN. 1:05, 4:05, 7:15, 10:15

Fre e—Coo led

Last Week
Nominated for 5 Academy Awards

"2001—A SPACE ODYSSEY"

315 W. Fourth, R.O.

Exclusive Area 1st Run
Richard Burton Clint Eastwood In

"WHERE EAGLES DARE"

FRI., MON., TUES. OPEN 6:45
SHOWN 7:10, 9:55
SAT., SUN. OPEN 1:15.
SHOWN 1:35, 4:25, 7:25, 10:05
WED. SPECIAL MATINEE
ALL SEATS 50c till 6.
OPEN 12:45
SHOWN 1:05, 4:05, 6:55, 10:00

ROYAL r

4
,

,7k .4 ,ree....
. Moyers UN 4 - 111100








"GUESS WHO'S COMING
TO DINNER"

Carpeting
Gas F.A. Heat
Air Conditioning
Private balconies
Swimming Pool
Community Bldg.

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a

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9_9

tuts

Elegance is

LE CHATEAU

Luxurious 1 bedroom apart-
ment in the romantic tradi-
tion of 18th century New
Orleans, from $295. Individu-
ally controlled air-condition-
ing, Frigidaire kitchens of
tomorrow. Heated u n d e r-
ground garage. Just 5 min-
utes from Northland.

Open Daily and Sunday
Noon to 6 p.m.
Phone 548-4800

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FURNISHED MODELS

'TO SIR WITH LOVE"

0

0

Model open Daily 10 A.M. till
6:30 P.M.

rooms (1,570. sq. ft.)
... oodles of closet
space everywhere.
... country atmosphere,
yet near everything.
... eating space In kitchen.

2-Bedroom, 2-Bath
Apartments from $275

includes covered parking,
all utilities, but electricity

Sutton Place

NINE MILE AT PROVIDENCE
Southfield, Michigan

9 Mile Rd. between Lahser and
Telegraph in Southfield
Model open 12-7, except Wed.

Included in your monthly rental:

CALL 358-4094













Completely Carpeted
Air Conditioned
Hotpoint All-Electric Kitchen
Built-in Dishwasher
Heat and Hot Water Furnished
Private Carport
Individual Storage
Laundry Facilities
24-Hr. Maintenance Staff
RCA Master TV Antenna
Community Building and Pool

FROM $290

13-G—WANTED APARTMENTS

DOCTOR WISHES to lease or sublease
furnished apartment. Call 835-1404 be-
tween 9.5 weekdays.

14—FOR RENT—FLATS AND
INCOMES

AIR-CONDITIONED 5 room flat in Oak
Park for rent. Near Northland. 548-2143.

SHERWOOD Forest-Green Acres area.
Large 5 room upper flat. Call 342-3640,
341-5091.

16 — HOUSE FOR RENT

Open Daily and Sunday

Between 10 & 10 11 /2 Mile Rds.

MON. thru SAT. open 6:45
Shown 7:10, 10:30; SUN. open 2:45
Shown 5:00, 8:30

0

2 Bedrm. Apts.
from $170

25530 SOUTHFIELD

Sidney Politer In

MON. film SAT. 8:S5 only;
SUN. 3:15, 6:45, 10:05

1 &

Telephone 357-2505

Week Nights open 6:45 shown 7:05, 9:40
Sat. & Sun. open 1:30 shown 1:45, 5:20,
7:00, 9:40.

ROYAL OAK

Beech Daly at Shiawassee,
1 blk. N. of 11 MI.

Adults only, no pets

KE Lanse
7-r f at Grand
prr e and River

REDFORD

City of SOUTHFIELD

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co

oo

DAY

MAI KAI

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

garhway .Apts.

"SMITH"
"Incredible Journey"

12:50, 4:35, 8:15

"GUESS WHO'S COMING
TO DINNER"

0

ONLY A FEW LEFT
AND GOING FAST.
.. big, airy, bright

Luxury Apartments

Luxury Apts.

1 0

MAIN, ROYAL OAK "1"8 '1.8180ile

Separate Dining Room

Carport & other features
Rent $145 & up
Apply Manager
on Premises

Unbelievable Julie Andrews!

Week nights 6:20, 9:20
SAT., SUN. 1:05, 4:05, 7:15, 10:15

Spacious Apartments

1 & 2 bedrooms

NOW AT REGULAR PRICES!

in startling color

EVERY WED. LADIES' DAY

2-Bedroom-2-Bath

19519 Cranbrook

W. Warren at Miller Road
581-5040

-

Windsor Park Apt.

Outer Dr. W. of Wyoming

Mile Rd.

LARGEST
ROOMS
at the price.

358 1538

Whitehall

Cranbrook

BIk. North of 14

IF YOU PLAN TO
MOVE RIGHT AWAY,
GET THE

Anytime or call:

the ultimate

Near Greenfield

"OLIVER" (G)

1

10 and 101/2 Mile Rds.

in Gracious Living

Manager 357-5878
16200 W. 9 Mi., Southfield

SHOWN MON. thru SAT. EVE. at 8p.m.
SUN. EVE. at 7:00 P.M.
MATINEES DAILY FRI. Apr. 4 through
April 13 at 2:00
All seats reserved. Box office opens
daily 1.9 from April 4th till April 13th.

NEW 2 & 3 BEDROOM
2400 PARMENTER

Between Coolidge & Crooks Rd.

See Manager—Open Daily

MANAGER

Outer Dr. W. of Wyoming

W'ward 2 biks. S. 15 MI-
MI 4.6006
Nominated for 11 Academy Awards

BRIAR HOUSE APTS.

SOUTHFIELD

Open

Apply

BLOOMFIELD

MANAGER 398-1039

Located at 25675 Lahser

Carport & other hrs.
(Rent $165 & up)

SHOWN MON. thru SAT.
. a
at 1 : 00 PM
. .
SUN. at 7:00 P.M.
MATINEES SAT. & SUN. AT 2:00
MATINEE Wed. Apr. 9 at 2:00

11 Mi.-Coolidge Area

NORTHAMPTON APTS.

Between

1 & 2 bedroom
Luxury Apt.

19888

Lovely 2 bedroom apt. Carpeting,
drapes, built-ins, air-conditioned,
loads of closet space. $195. per
month.

Spacious . . . fully carpeted . . .
air-conditioned — all utilities except
electric included — 2 full baths.
Swimming pool. Lease. Finest loca-
tion.

Spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apts.
Carpeting, air-conditioning. Swim-
ming pool. Rentals starting at $175.
Close to expressway.

13 — FOR RENT APARTMENTS

"GONE WITH THE WOAD"

Grand Circus Park

ADAMS

WO 14525

3 53 -1070

ROOM in large home for working wom-
an or student. All privileges. Reason-
able. UN. 2-1601.

Birmingham—MI 44533
S. Woodward at Maple

Birm i • ng h am

NO CHILDREN OR PETS

FURNISHED or unfurnished room for
gentleman or student. 399-3750.

MOVIE GUIDE

DOW INTOW

2 bedroom, 11/2 baths, Ige. kitchen
with eating space, fully equipped,
carpeted. Central air cond. Only
$260 per month, heat included. JUST
NORTH OF NORTHLAND SHOP-
PING CENTER ON PROVIDENCE
DRIVE. MODEL OPEN DAILY 11
A.M. to 7 P.M.

GREENFIELD-10 Mile. Room for work-
ing girl or share apartment. Privileges.
546-5773.

SYRACUSE (JTA) — The Syra-
cuse Jewish Welfare Federation
has joined with other religious
groups to help finance the housing
program of the Syracuse Area
Improvement Corporation created
by the Interfaith Committee on
Religion and Race. The corpora-
tion seeks to buy and rehabilitate
large homes to rent them to
large, low-income families.
Federation officials said that a
federation loan of $3,000 was used
by the corpoartion as a down pay-
ment to buy such a home. More
than 30 families with a large num-
ber of children have had homes
made available through this pro-
gram. The corporation, represent-
ing Catholic, Protestant, Jewish
and Greek Orthodox groups in
Syracuse, is regarded as one of
the most effective, organizations
meeting the need for rental hous-
ing for such families.

AVAILABLE APRIL 1st

Coach House Townhouse
With Family Room

BEAUTIFUL room for gentleman or
student. All privileges. Evergreen-7
Mile. ICE. 7-7341.

353-1070

NO CHILDREN OR PETS

13—FOR RENT APARTMENTS

NICE room for lady. Privileges. 342-7837

COACH HOUSE APTS.

Luxurious 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, car-
peted, central air cond. 8250.
NORTH OF NORTHLAND SHOP-
PING CENTER ON PROVIDENCE
DRIVE. MODEL OPEN DAILY 11
a.m. to 7 p.m.

PHONE 356-8100

OAK PARK area. 2 or 3 bedrooms.
$165. 543-1493 or ICE. 24767.

LUXURY home—furnished. Short term
lease. Northfield Blvd., Oak Park. $275.

month. 358-4235.

WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOR SELLING FIRST-RATE HOUSES
IN A FIRST-RATE WAY TO FIRST-RATE PEOPLE.

By "FIRST-RATE HOUSES" WE MEAN clean, modern, well-kept
houses valued from $15,000 to $50,000.

By "FIRST-RATE WAY" WE MEAN no signs, no "open house," no
surprise showings, no showings to "lookers" or "shoppers," no fall-
through deals, no incompetence, and an abundance of know-how.

BY "FIRST-RATE PEOPLE" WE MEAN professionals, semi-profes.
sionals, businessmen and highly-paid skilled workers.

WE'VE PROBABLY SOLD THE HOME OF SOMEONE YOU
KNOW — SOMEONE WHO FOUND OUT, AS YOU WILL,
THAT IT'S A PROFITABLE PLEASURE TO

SELL THROUGH US.

S. R. HAYNES & CO:

Call 933-8478

• Principally me, Smith R. Haynes, and my charming and
glamorous wife, Edette L. Haynes. We spend more per
house on advertising than any other company in Detroit.

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