THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
46—Friday, June 25, 1971
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
Real Estate One Names
Eugene Sherman VP
Lahser, Nr. 11 Mi.
Real Estate One announced the
promotion of Eugene S. Sherman
to group vice
sales for the
Oak districts. His
office will be at
887 East Maple,
the real estate
business for 10
years, Sherman's Sherman
most recent assignment was as
manager of Real Estate One's
lust sell! 4 bedroom brick Col. 21:,
baths, Family Rm.. full base., gas
ht. attach. gar. Asking very low
$40's. Will take offer.
ALKON REAL ESTATE
Should be seen ! Charming 3 bed-
room brick ranch. 2 baths. family
room. central air. gas heat. Gas
barbecue and incinerator. Carpet-
ing. drapes. Close to shopping,
synagogue and schools. Low $30's.
8 MILE-EVERGREEN AREA
17—HOUSES FOR SALE
3 bedroom brick ranch, central air.
finished basement. 2 car garage.
Many extras. Excellent condition.
3 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths,
large family room and kitchen. Cen-
tral air, inter-corn. Sprinkling sys-
tem. Carpeting and drapes. Many
extras. Swim club available.
3 bedroom brick ranch, 11/2 baths,
den, finished basement. Newly dec-
6 room brick. Immediate occu-
LIVONIA MALL AREA
3 bedroom brick, 1 1/2 story, 11/2
baths, 2 car gar. Close to city pool
and Burton School, $27,500.
Attractive contemp. 3 bed. Tri.
Beaut. area. Immed. occup. $43,900.
3 bed. ranch, 21/2 car att. gar., pres-
tige area. Vacant. $60,000.
Call PAULINE WIENER
Selling at Cost
New rach, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,
Ready for immediate occupacy.
Nr. schools & Park.
OPEN SAT. &SUN 2-5
3 bedroom contemporary brick
ranch, paneled den, large kitchen,
separate eating area. New carpet-
ing, drapes throughout. Completely
air-conditioned. Beautiful landscap-
ing etc. OPEN SUN. 12-5. 29196
W. of Southfield
S. of Baverly Rd.
Also Under Construction
4-bedroom Colonial and
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OAK PAHK HOMES
OPEN SUN. 2-5
15151 Pearson nr. Hording
Etkin built 3 bedroom brick
ranch, paneled den, central air,
new carpeting, drapes, dish-
washer. 2 full baths. Many ex-
tras. Under $30,000. See it now!
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OPEN SUN. 2-5
ranch, 1 1/2 baths, newly carpet-
ed ' throughout. Beautiful fin-
ished rec. room. Priced to sell.
2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, dining room,
paneled family room, library with
built-ins. Spacious kitchen with
eating space. Beautifully land-
Brick ranch. Open Sunday 2-5. 21851
Church. By owner. 3 extra large bed-
rooms, 1 1/2 baths, playroom in base-
ment, plus extra lay.
541-1133 — Best Offer
BY OWNER—OAK PARK
21450 KIPLING, OPEN SUN. 2-5.
3 bedroom brick ranch, newly dec-
orated, central air-conditioning, gas
h e a t. Excellent condition. Near
schools and shopping.
CALL FOR APPT.
brick ranch, 4 years
young. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths
new carpets, drapes, central
air, large family room, kitchen
built-ins. 2 car attached garage.
OPEN SUN. 2-5
Owner must sell — see this
charming 4 bedroom quad-level,
2 1/2 baths, large family room,
carpeting, drapes, central air.
Asking $36,900. Make offer.
Deluxe brick ranch, 3 bed-
rooms, 3 full baths, paneled
den, beautiful carpets, drapes,
kitchen built-in. Rec. room.
Central air. Now $37,500. Make
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Superbly decorated 4 bedroom Col.
professionally landscaped lot with
lake privilegees. Bloomfield schools.
Priced for fast sale.
17-A—LOTS FOR SALE
Franklin Mills Sub.
3/4 Acre Plus
All Improvements In.
968-7377 — VE 8-9800
CHEST and bookcase combinations,
by Basset. Wrought-iron table, glass top,
3 chairs. Other pieces, all like new.
ALSO, piano, Whitney-Kimball console,
very good condition, $400.
11 stations — 23 dryers
Large Oak Park center
91—COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP
HERALD ROOFING CO.
Coventry Woods Lane
Local Independent Roofer
Hot Tar or Residential Shingles
Off of Bell Rood
near Shoarey Zedek
SHENANDOAH swim club membership.
2 heated pools. Exceptional facilities.
Special low prices. 626-0752.
Prof. Jones, Chemist
at Hebrew University
JERUSALEM — Prof. Zvi E.
Jolles, founder and head of the
534 5100 or Res. 676-5070
Casali Institute of Applied Chemis-
COMPLETE remodeling — additions, try at the Hebrew University, died
kitchen s, dens, basements, family here June 14 at age 69.
rooms. Free estimates. 538-6894.
Dr. Jolles was born in Lvov, theil
of Austria. He first came to
LARKINS MOVING CO. part
Israel in 1919 and remained until
Household and Office
1923, working for the most part on
road building operations in the
Local and Long.,Distance
Haifa area. He fell sick with ma-
laria and typhoid and moved to
Italy. There he enrolled at the Uni-
COMPLETE interior, exterior painting versity of Florence, being awarded
and decorating. New and old wood his Phd in chemistry in 1928. In
refinished, antiquing. Reasonable. 547-
1937 he was appointed associate
professor of applied chemistry at
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
the University of Florence, one of
Free estimates. 474-8953.
the youngest and most distin-
PANELING, partitions, floors and ceil-
ings tiled. Also small jobs. Reasonable. guished.
Ron. 968-4576 after 5.
A year later, with Mussolini's
PAINTING, exterior, interior. Free rise to power, he was dismissed
because he was a Jew and sought
estimates. 968-5639, 357-4585.
INTERIOR and exterior painting. Rea- refuge in England.
When Leda Chemicals, a London
sonable, reliable, experienced. Free es-
timates. 863-2717, after 6:30.
firm, contemplated opening a
branch in Israel, he was named to
Metro Window Cleaning
head its research department,-
Experts on aluminum storm win-
staying on as director of research
dows, aluminum and woodwork
washing. Eaves cleaned. Tree trim-
for Berk Chemicals when the latter
ming. Free estimates.
firm bought out Leda. Subsequent-
ly, the Berk Chemicals Co. took a
20 years experience share in Bromine Compounds
guaranteed. TY 7-2501.
Limited, a subsidiary of the Dead
PAINTING, carpentry work. Free esti- Sea Works.
mates. 544-4104, 542-3270.
Dr. Jolles, who held nearly 30
different patents concerned with
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. paints and fireproof materials in
Local and Long Distance STORAGE. 1966, he became scientific consult-
Packing, pianos, appliances, household
ant to the National Council for
furnishings, office furniture.
Research and Development at the
Prime Minister's Office in Jeru-
DELUXE custom painting. Interior, ex- salem.
terior. Reasonable. A. Zatkoff, 544-1646.
In 1967, he also was appointed
CEMENT repair work, porches, steps, visiting professor of applied chem-
istry at the Hebrew University.
side-drives. Reasonable. 398-0719.
With the opening of the Casali In-
A-1 Painting 6' Decorating
stitute of Applied Chemistry at the
Fully licensed and insured. In-
start of the 1971-72 academic year,
a development for which he was
terior and exterior. No job too
substantially responsible, he was
big or too small. Reasonable.
appointed its head.
SOUTHFIELD. Beautiful I acre lot.
$10,400 or best offer. 398-1494.
18-C—STORES FOR SALE
UN 2-2444, 9 to 4.
After 5, VE 7-4927
26-A—LAKE PROPERTY FOR RENT
90 miles from Detroit. Completely
modern 2 bedroom lakefront cot-
tage. Private beautiful surround-
ings. Reasonable by month.
teacher. Reasonable. 398-8123:
BAR MITZVA, synagogue, H e b r e w
All grades. M.A.-B.S. degrees.
Certified, experienced teacher.
MALE AND/OR FEMALE
to care for 2 children and do light
household tasks while mother at-
tends school. Salary plus room and
board if desired.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005,
CARPENTRY WORK. Interior, exterior.
Specializing in rec. rooms. 273-4826, LI
PROFESSIONAL wallpapering, custom
exterior and interior painting. Free esti-
mates. 557-5945, after 6. 545-7956.
for women's organization. 5 days.
Shorthand, typing necessary. Sal-
Write Box 1026
The Jewish News, 17515 West 9
Mile Road, Suite 865, Southfield,
3 spacious bedrooms Insulated,
gas and oil heat. Newly decorated.
Owner being transferred. $19,500.
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
Oak Park—Corner Ranch
M. &. K. BUILDERS
3 bedroom face brick ranch, carpet-
ing throughout. Finished rec. room
with extra bedroom, bath and bar.
Above ground pool and gas barbe-
cue. Near schools. Assumption or
conventional mortgage. Asking $24,-
acre ravine lot in River-
bank Estates. 11 Mile-Bell Road
area. Must sell.
Machinery included. Must sell due
to death in family.
Coolidge-10 Mile Area
WOMAN, mature experienced diver-
sified agency, synagogue, school gen-
eral office, references. WE 5-3930.
17-D—ACREAGE FOR SALE
Beacon Sq. Tri-Level
17.A—LOTS FOR SALE
Would you like to use your driving
background to qualify for financial
betterment of yourself? Simple public
relations, will train. Part or full-time,
$9000 to $31,000.
Call between 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 381-
7018. Or write to: Astro Inc., 1067
Mayflower. Lincoln Park, Mich.
LIVE-IN housekeeper—care for
elderly gentleman. 353-7394.
Experienced preferred but
not necessary. Immediate posi-
tions available. Outstanding
merchandising program. Call
MEL DURBIN, 851-1666.
HOUSE PAINTING. The best paint. Call
after 6 p.m. LI 5-7539e.
People Make News
Three residents of the Detroit
area recently were elected to the
board of overseers of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
HOWARD DANZIG of Laurel Val-
ley Dr., Southfield, was elected to
a two-year term as representative
of the National Association of Syna-
gogue administrators. ARTHUR
BOSCHAN of Lincoln Ave., Hunt-
ington Woods, and JACK SHENK-
MAN of Sherbourne Rd., were
among 15 leaders selected from
communities across the continent
to serve three-year terms on the
national advisory body.
* * *
Dr. ALBERT B. SABIN, presi-
dent of the Weizmann Institute of
Science, received an honorary doc-
torate from Tel Aviv University
for "his dedication to the fields
of preventive medicine and medi-
cal research to which he has de-
voted a lifetime of service."
Saul Carson, Veteran
JTA UN Correspondent
DEERFIELD PARK, Fla. (JTA)
—Saul Carson, veteran New York
and Philadelphia newsman and
United Nations correspondent for
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
died here Sunday night after a
brief illness. Ile was 76.
Mr. Carson, who was born in
Russia, was the JTA's UN corres-
pondent and staff reporter from
4953 until his retirement two years
ago. A founder of the Philadelphia
Newspaper Guild in the 1930's, he
came to New York with the closing
of the Philadelphia Public Ledger
where he was labor editor.
In New York, he served on tilt
staff of the. New York Journal
American, the newspaper PM, and
was a contributing editor to Time
magazine. He was a member of
the radio-TV staff of Variety from
1944 - 1947, an executive editor of
Billboard magazine from 1950•-
1954, and was among the country's
first radio-TV columnists for the
Mr. Carson also served as pub-
licity director of the Brooklyn
Federation of Jewish Charities and
the Association of Jewish Social
Workers. He was the author of
numerous magazine articles and
of two books, "Of Human Free-
dom" and "Return to the Root.".
He and his wife, the former
Bettina Dayna, moved from New
York City to Winter Park, Fla.,
several months ago.