46—Friday, February 6, 1970
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
Oa A Hill Nr. Franklin
VACANT. Custom 5 bedroom, den,
a I r-conditioned contemporary
lrs el. etzei sq ft plus 2-ear heated
garage. Beautiful landscaping — a
gentle stream pouring through ap-
prox. 2 acre lot .
Country Trench flavor. Brick floors,
built-in kitchen appliances. 3 bed-
room ranch. II-, baths. Fire-placed
den_ OWNER. 329.900.
10 Mi-Greenfield Area
100'x175' Treed Lot
Coventry Woods Lane
off Bell Rd.
bedroom ranch, new carpeting
and drapes, 2 full baths, den, new
central air-conditioning. Finished
sunroom and patio. Just painted —
Spring Valley Sub
S bedroom ranch, beautifully land-
Sprinkler system. Many extras.
Must be seen Public and Hebrew
school in sub.
Call GR 6-1524
OWNER'S LIVONIA RANCH
6 MI.-INKSTER AREA
Prestige home with unique interior.
Must see to appreciate. 3 bedroom
ranch. 2 car attached garage. 1
acre landscaped 139,000. Land con-
Call HELAINE WOOLF
LI 4-9534 or LI 8-1500
Open Sun. 1-5
bedroom ranch with large
family room, large kitchen,
dining el. Large patio in back,
Everything Imaginable In this 3
bedroom ranch with den. Prime lo-
cation. HEATED SWIMMING POOL.
A I r-conditioning. New carpeting.
Cust. bit. 4 bed. Col. with 3,000
sq. ft. of living area. Fabulous
Mast. Suite large Family Rm. vi/
Oren!. spacious Llv. Rm. 4, formal
Din. Rm. Den, 2 Car 'garage &
base. Nr. Tel-12 Shopping Center
In a prestige area.
Local Independent Roofer
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
543-5100 or Res. 676-5070
BAR-MITZVA, Hebrew, Synagogue, Eng-
lish_ Experienced tutor. 342-9254. 546-0583
MATH TUTORING. grades 7-12. James
Wineman. UN 34372.
SPANISH tutoring, certified, experi-
enced high school teacher. 6474426.
MODERN math tutoring, all grades.
M.A.-BS. degrees. Certified, experi-
enced teacher. 545-7E93.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
ELDERLY woman wants companion —
also light duties. Beautiful room with
private bath. Live-in. Very good wages.'
Southfield area. 368-1200, a. 6-3253, LI
4-7570, 358-0110, 352-2726.
Work in Pawnshop
After school okay
No experience necessary
Call Evenings Until 9
PLUMBING. Expert home repair special-
' list, garbage disposals, repaired and
serviced. Call UN. 4-6926.
BABYSITTER needed for Shomrey
Shabbos family. 4-6 hours daily. Call
from 2-6 p.m. 398-6545, 399-9222.
WORK IN PAWN SHOP
Full or Part-Time
CARPENTRY WORK, all kinds. exterior,
interior Free eestimate-s. L Schwartz,
BR 3-4226. LI 5-40/5.
Designed and built to gire
you the most for your money.
M. Corey, Builder
BLUE CHIP CORPORATION
needs 2 experienced phone so-
Coll 353-0347 for interview
19—OFFICE SPPACE FOR RENT
55-C---COATS FOR SALE
PERSIAN LAMB coat, size 14.16,
just remodeled, latest fashion, 5150,
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
FOR SALE — Furniture, refrigerator,
washing machine, stove — in good con-
dition. Very reasonable. Must be sold
in 2 weeks. Also antiques. DI 14787.
DRFXEL bedroom set, like new. RCA
color T.V.-23 inch screen, beautiful cab-
inet. Also twin beds and misc. items.'
Neve Aviv Retirees' Club
in Israel Opens New Wing
TEL AVIV—The sixth anniver-
sary of the Neve Aviv Retirement
Club in Kfar Shmaryahu, was
marked with festive public cere-
monies opening the newly corn-
pleted wing of 60 air-conditioned
Meir de Shalit, director-general
of the ministry of tourism, official-
ly cut the ribbon for the new wing,
which doubles the capacity of the
Each of the new rooms is cen-
trally heated, has a private bath,
balcony and telephone, and is
furnished with made - in - Israel
Guests in the new wing will be
served all their meals in the
main dining room. All food serv-
ice is supervised by the Herzlia
The project is based on the
premise that the outside world
is a frightening place to someone
about to be discharged from a
psychiatric hospital. The further
premise is that to make the
transition from patient to self-
sustaining member of society,
such a persons needs expert help
to learn work skills, to meet
other people and to live—during
the transition period—in a friend.
ly, comfortable home,
Jewish Community Services of
Long Island is the third largest
Jewish family agency in the nation
and the one with the largest psy-
chiatric program, according to
George J. Gross, president of the
agency's board of directors. JCSLI,
said Gross, serves about 6,000
families a year, 80 per cent of
In the 20 years of operation of
the placement program, JCSLI
has interviewed some 3,000 dis-
chargees and placed about 500.
Mrs. Essrog noted that none of
the families providing the resi-
dences have been American-born,
adding that the agency did not
The residence provider, who
undergoes a careful screening by
Mrs. Essrog, receives $220 a
month. The individual remains in
residence for 12 months, at the end
of which period, he or she is ex-
pected to be self-sustaining. He
remains, during this residence,
under supervision of the agency,
which provides psychiatric and
casework help, vocational counsel-
ing and money for clothing educa-
tion and daily expenses.
During the day, the individual
participates in vocational training,
works at a paying job or is in-
volved in other such activities out
of the residence. Once the individ-
ual gets a job, he is required to
turn a percentage of his salary
over to JCSLI for the duration of
his stay in the program.
Neve Aviv Club, which opened
in 1964 to accommodate retired
Americans wishing to settle com-
fortably in Israel, has resident-
members from the United States,
JULI US ROSS MOVING CO. Canada, South Africa England
Local and Long Distance STORAGE.
Packing, pianos, appliances, household Australia, Rhodesia, France and
South America. Temporary guests
who come to the club for two- and
three-month stays join the mem-
bers in the activity program, which
includes Hebrew lessons, an arts
and crafts hobby shop, lectures,
movies, special events and tours.
E 10 3r,ELEE
Meushar Agib, the general man-
ager of the club, supervises a
staff of 32, including a nurse, die-
tician, visiting physician arts and
crafts director and gymnastics in-
r -r j-rfriT -77r
structor. Swimming at K f a r
Shmaryahu Swim Club, adjacent to
the grounds, is available to all
members and guests. The beaches
It costs the agency about $5,000
of Herzlia are minutes away-
The U.S. representative of the for a one-year residence and care
for each individual.
club may be reached by writing
One problem in obtaining
to Mrs. Frances Nusbaum Neve
homes, according to Mrs. Ess-
Aviv Club, 535 Madison, New
rog, is that, by and large, the
BABYSITTER. Monday thru Friday. 2
children. My home. 535-6052, after 4.
A program of temporary board-
ing placement of persons discharg-
ed from mental hospitals in pri-
vate homes—many of them resi-
dences of Jewish survivors of the
Holocaust — is running into prob-
lems of more applicants than in-
dividuals available to open up
their homes to them.
Accordingly. Jewish Community
Services of Long Island, which
has operated the unique program
for the past 20 years, has launched
an intensive search for families
willing to board such persons.
The program is the only one of
its kind in New York City and pos-
sibly the only one anywhere spon-
sored and supported entirely by a
private family agency, according
to Mrs. Cecelia T. Essrog, super-
visor of special projects for the
COOK needed for Orthodox Jewish
overnight summer camp in Michigan
for months July and August. 398-6545,
licitors. Good pay and liberal
bonus. You work pre-condi-
tioned leads only.
(Copyright 1970, JTA, Inc.)
FOR BETTER wall washing. call James
•usseu. One day service. TO 6 - 4005
Experienced in pegboard, pay.
Mon. thus Fri. call 963-3350
Weekends & Evenings 356-5369
4 bedrm., 21/2 baths, cult. Colonial,
situated on a acre In prestige
Southfield area Beautiful paneled
Family Rm. 1st. fir. Laundry Rm.
formal Din. itm. heated pool, 2
car att. garage, circular driveway,
cent air cond. & sprink. syst.
Priced to sell at 565,000 firm.
HERALD ROOFING CO.
PAINTING AND decorating. Experi-
enced paperhanger. All work guar-
anteed. References. TY 7-2501.
Miller Bros. Realty
NR. 12 MI.-EVERGREEN
Call Owner for Appt.
LADIES ALTERATIONS, experienced-
quick service. Reasonable prices. 538-
S80 per mo. 400 sq. ft. & up.
includes office cleaning &
parking. Suitable for Account-
ant, Attorney or Mfg. Repre-
S bedroom brick, 11/2 baths. Well
landscaped, cyclone fenced yard.
eiv, mortgage Asking 328,000 —
Take all offers.
Tri-level. New carpeting and dra-
pes, dishwasher and stove. Near
schools 4 bedrooms and family
room, 4th. bedroom can be study
or den. 342,500.
FIRST CLASS painting and decorating.
25 years experience. Wood finishing
and antiquing our specialty. Reason-
By BEN GALLOB
Burns, tears, moth-boles. We weave
suits, coats, dresses and upholstered
furniture. Reasonable prices.
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free esti
mates. Reasonable. LI 7-5639, KE g - 1o47.
19—OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
ALTERATIONS of any kind in my
home. Near 12 Mile and Southfield.
For lease to right party.
7600 W. 6 Mile. corner San
Juan. Parking in front. Inquire
at meat market next door or
call DI 1-7626.
Corner lot. Bloomfield
Village, Indian Mound area. 963-0733.
Woodward - 11 Mi. Rds.
9 Mi.-Greenfield Area
EXCELLENT PRODUCE SITE
NY Agency Places
Patients in Homes
REPAIRS, all tYPel.
dentia/, commercial. H. 6-7=6.
'Lee' Parsons LI 7-6080
ENVELOPES for social occasions per-
sonally addressed_ P.00kkeeping done at
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
40 - A — EMPLOYMENT WANTED
RELIABLE woman desires convalescent
care, babysitting. 931-36E7, g01-7413.
James A. Keane
3 bedroom ranch. excellent condi-
tion. 2 full baths. living room, din-
ing el, family room, kitchen
breakfast room, finished basement.
Air-conditioning, humidifier, attic
fan. Carpeting in hall. Sprinkling
system. Asking price $37,900.
Very gracious 4 bedroom with Fam-
ily Room se -.vet bar and Library,
home. 4 bedrooms, multiple baths,
formal dining room. spacious 2.4'
Living Rm. v./firepl. centrally air
toad copper sprink. system, corner
lot in exclusive area. A very
elegant home $49.04.0). Call.
EXPERIENCED babysitter. Oak Park
area For occasional daytime and eve-
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
19—OFFICE SPPACE FOR RENT
A PRESTIGE LOCATION
OPPOSITE PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL
• AMPLE PARKING
• AIR CONDITIONING
• JANITORAL SERVICE
• HEAT INCLUDED
MODEL: 356-8100 • OFFICE: 444-5500
16300 W. NINE MILE RD.
Metvi••n Greenfield ii
Kallen to Deliver Dropsie
Honor Memorial Lecture
PHILADELPHIA — Dr. Horace
M. Kallen, considered the dean of
American philosophers and one of
the leading social thinkers, will
come here to deliver the third
annual Leo H. Honor Memorial
Lecture at Dropsie University.
The lecture is scheduled to be
held Feb 15 in the auditorium at
the university at Broad and York
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, president
of Dropsie, will extend the wel-
come of the post-graduate institu-
tion which is the only university
of its kind in the United States
completely dedicated to the study
of Hebrew, Bible, Middle East cul-
tures and languages, and higher
public is apprehensive about
mental illness, which tends to be
associated with difficult be-
havior." Yet, there has never
been a .suicide or instance of
hostile aggressive behavior, Mrs.
In fact, friendly relations often
develop between the home pro-
viders and the dischargees, per-
haps because so many of the pro-
viders are inclined to be under-
standing and helpful as a result of
their Nazi era experiences.
Most of the dischargees are
adults in their early 20s. A few
have been married persons. The
ratio has been roughly half men
and half women, Mrs. Essrog re-
ported that the majority of those
placed in the program have re-
turned to normal community life.