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May 27, 1955 • Page Image 1

…The Sobeloffs: Two Remarkable Brothers THE JEWISH NEWS A Weekly Bedew of Jewish Events Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle 17106 W. 7 MILE RD., Detroit 35—May 27, 1955 A Tribute to Bernard Isaacs Master Plan for Our Centers Commentary, Page 1 VOLUME 27, No. 17 Shevuot: Our Challenging Festival Editorials, Page 4 $4.00 Per Year, Single Copy 15c Impending Military Patification Forese...…

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…Purely Commentary Synagegues Commemorate Shevuot By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Two Remarkable Brothers: The Sobeloffs The very excellent "fortnightly of facts and ideas," The reporter, in an article by Anthony Lewis (winner of a Heywood Broun Award), pays a glowing tribute to the Solicitor General of the United States, Simon E. Sobeloff, the eminent Baltimore attorney and former Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. The Solicitor General—("his...…

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….****--,,, ▪ Labor Zionists Set June 12 as Date For Cornerstone Event Israel-Egyptian Battles Conti nue . Continued from Page 1 negotiations should continue. Said the General: "Deplorable as the loss of life in such incidents is-, it would be unfortunate if either party should determine to break off negotiations because of them. Unless the parties try to improve the situation in this way, it is very possible that it will deteriorate stil...…

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…Spirit of the Ten Commandments THE JEWISH NEWS Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Association Published every Friday by The Jewisb News Publishing Co, 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VF 8-9364 flwbscription $4 a year, Foreign 35. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at...…

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…State Bnai Brith to Convene June 3-5; ADL Meets Jointly in South Haven Nathan Astar, Vice-Consul of Israel with offices in Chicago, will be a principal speaker at the annual Spring Conference of the Michigan B n a ' Brith Council, June 4 and 5, a Fidelman's Re- s o r t, South Haven. Mich. Samuel J. Le- vine, Council president from Mt. Clemens, announces that t h e conference program will in- clude reports on current a c tivi- Astar ties. plan...…

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…Viertel NoNel,, Due for Best Seller List F-.4. ,)oes Nazism. Offers Stron g ArgliMeni jilSti Nin" , t-, zionist Ideals Simon and Schuster, dynamic publishers of best sellers, have just released another powerful novel. "The Last Temptation" by Joseph Viertel is destined for the best-seller list. A Literary Guild selection for the coming month, this exciting book serves to re-awaken public sentiment to the horrors which were im- posed only a sh...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 7

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-7 Samuel J. Rhodes Succeeds Shevitz Cominunitv Council President Samuel J. Rhodes was unani- Laikin. Morris Lieberman, Philip mously elected president of Marcuse, I. Pokempner, David I. the Jewish Community Council Rosin and Meyer Silverman. Be- ginning one-year terms will be Mrs., Max Frank and Morris W." Stein. Boris Joffe, executive director of the Council, summed up the highlights of the season in his report, a n d re...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 8

…Governor Starts An Israel Forest JNF Tag Day This Week-End JNF Tag Day was set for Sat- urday night and all day Sunday, May 28 and 29, according to the Jewish National Fund Council. The proceeds from the tags given are dedicated to the re- clamation of the land of Israel, restoring many acres to food 'V.MLOAM..5,-HART producing fertility, and to the settlement of the hills and . bor- der areas which is essential to the guarding of Israel's e...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 9

…Re-Elect Mrs. Isenberg Hadassah President For 3rd Straight Year Around the World A digest of current worldwide news reported by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, United States WASHINGTON—In its unflagging efforts to attain maximum 'self-support, Israel has raised its production, agricultural out's* 'and exports and reduced inflation, according to Cedric I3. Seager, Near Eastern regional director of the Foreign Operations Adminis- tration. But ...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 10

…10—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Maimonides Auxiliary Gives $3,000 To Hadassah's Jerusalem Hospital Friday, May 27, 1955 State Adopts Weak FEPC Admittedly w e a k , watered- down and diluted, the Fair Em- ployment Practices Law passed both Houses of the State Legis- lature Tuesday. But despite its weaknesses, the law is called "history-making." Failure • to impose penalties weakens the measure. Mrs. LOUIS SHIOVITZ, president of Maimonides Medical A...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 11

…I The Suburban Community-1 SOC School Daze BY Summer Heat to Put End To Rash of SOC Activities J udy By the Oak-Woodser Stutz The month of May on our trusty desk calendar is sporting some time-worn wrinkles, and is just about ready to step aside for a refreshing June. With it comes thoughts of outdoor living—a trip to the golf course, puttering around the garden, barbecue parties, picnics and even plans for va- cations. In fact, just a...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 12

…People Make News Nicholas Kel- ley, Jr., secre- tary of t h e Chrysler Cor-. porat ion, was: , e 1 e c ted presi- dent of t h e United Founda- tion at the an-. nual meeting Tuesday. N. Kelley * * * Rabbi Maurice L. Zigmond, of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at Harvard University, has been appointed director of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at the Hebrew Uni- :iversity in Jeru- salem, replacing Rabbi Maurice :Pekarsky, it was announced by...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 13

…4A: omen :J u Actifidie3 Jewish Women's European WO:7.,,IEN will hold an emergency Welfare Organization will install luncheon at 12:30 p.m., June 15. Mrs. Jack Seder as president at in the home of Mrs. M. Stein; 3 p.m. ceremonies, Thursday, at 16165 Ilene, to raise funds for Young Israel Center. Mrs. Re- CARE packages for Israel. Co- becca Katzin will be installing hostesses will be Mesdames L. officer and Mrs. Minnsie Levine, S. Figlen, S...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 14

…Veterans Groups, Congregations Join in Memorial Day Services Members of the Jewish War Veterans and American Legion will join mourners in conduct- ing services for our country's war dead at nearly every ceme- tery in the community. The Department of Michigan JWV will hold Memorial Day services at 10:45 a.m., Sunday, at Machpelah Cemetery, Woodward at 8 1,, Mile Rd. Individual posts will hold. graveside services for comrades who have fallen, s...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 15

….Bnal Brith NVomen Set June 7 as Date Of Seminar, Installation' Under the direction of Mrs. Irving Lipson, plans have been completed for the Seminar and Installation program of the Greater Detroit Council of Bnai Brith, scheduled for 9:15 a.m., June 7, at the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel. Mrs. Hy Burn- st ei ri, seminar chairman, will extend greetings at the opening of the .general assembly iits,the Grand Ball- room. This will be folloWed by a pre...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 16

…Shmuel Auxiliary Sets June 7 boner Event To Wed in December -Beth The annual donor luncheon of available by calling the syna- Confirmands Temple Al- Homes Weekend of May28 Annual confirmation services of Temple Israel will be held OA Thursday evening, May 26, At -home receptions will take place tch.it weekend for the following Temple Israel confirmands: Dave Diamond * d * Eff)WiN MARSHALL BARRIS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Barris, of I'...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 17

…Tales Out of Schoo Roberta Katz to Wed Leonard B. Rosenberg "Tbe Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of Posterity.'—DisraRli By By • Rena Katz Joni Handleman Central High Mumford High The 12B's are in a flurry over Final results for Student their forthcoming senior elec- Council officers and Senate tions. On the slate for presi- members have finNy been an- dent_ are Leon Cohen whose nounced. Heading the Council campaign manager is Mic...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 18

…Baritone Ramon Gilbert to Highlight Garden Party of Local Brandeis Group The closing meeting of t h e Detroit Chapter, National Wom- en's Committee for Brandeis University will be highlighted by the appearance of Ramon Gil- bert, a Brandeis graduate who is making his mark in the mu- sic world. Mrs. Eli Gross, program chair- man, advises that the program 'will be held June 21, in the gar- den of Mrs. Joseph, Davidson, 19450 Renfrew. ..Mrs. Aar...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 19

…Junior Division AJC Workers DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-191 Hashofar Friday, May 27, 1955 Recital June 6 to Conclude Season Hashofar Society for Advance- Shapiro; violis t; and. Milton ment of Jewish Music will pre- Setzer, pianist, will be heard in sent its final concert on June 6, a trio by Hugo Kauder, Violinist in cooperation with the Jewish Edouard Kesner, of the Detroit Community Center and the Symphony Orchestra, Will per- Music Trust Fund o...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 20

…4111111114161410111111 --- 20—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, May 27, 1955 Attorney A. C. Lappin Observes 65th Birthday on Wednesday Ruth Greetings came from many quarters to community leader A. C. Lappin on Wednesday, as By N. E. ARONSTAM, M.D. • At the crossroads they halted ,betvveen Judah and Moab, Ruth and Naomi with tears in their eyes. "To • thy kinsfolk, hiy daughter, go thou with my blessing, Thither in Judah my happiness lies." A...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 21

…Distorted Report On Israel Prostitution `Angers' UN Officials IN THE LESS than three seemingly short years that the City of Hope Cancer Fighters have been in existence, it has compiled as enviable record of meritorious achievement in be- coming one of the top Jewish women's organizations in the city . . . It was a little group of 14 members in 1952 and today the strong roster of 452 is abundant with energetic, hard working folks whose every e...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 22

…$40 Million Project For Israel Irrigation To Begin Oinerations , A $40,000,000 irrigation sys- _ tens, under construction ho. Is- rael for the past two years, will begin operations in June, ac- cording to Dewey D. Stone, na- tonal chairman of the United Israel Appeal. The announcement was made at the UIA's board of directors meeting in New York last week. The largest single portion of the funds was provided by American Jews, Stone said. Known...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 23

…CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Liners accepted from responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to 11 a.m., Wednesday. Deadline for dis- play classified ads is 4:30 p.m., Tuesday. Rates 10c a word, minimum charge $1.00, or $2.80 per column inch. CALL VErmont 8-9364 10-ROOMS FOR RENT LOVELY furnished room for lady or gentleman. Vicinity, Outer Dr. and Greenfield. 18010 Whitcomb. VE. 8-1582 ROOM TO RENT in a private home for a gentleman. Ju...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 24

…1l7—HOUSES FOR SALE OAK PARK Owner Must Sell 24201 Gardner—Nr. 10 17—HOUSES FOR SALE 17—HOUSES FOR SALE PRAIRIE, 19490, 1/2 block north of Out- er Dr. 5 room bungalow. face brick, $12.850. Owner. UN. 4-5798. HOUSE for sale. 2 19301 Grandville Mnie Immediate occupancy on this corn-, plate 3 bdrm. brick ranch home. L;ving and dining "L". Table space In kitchen, garbage disposal, vent fan, finished rec. room, 2 car garage, on a 50 ft. c...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 25

…17-HOUSES FOR SALE GREENLAWN, 18900 Open 2-5 Sunday Vacant - forced to sell. Attractive brick colonial, 3 large bedrms., gas a.c., carpeting & drapes, 2 car gar. PAUL KRONER, UN. 1-1411. RISDON OAK PARK bedrm., 6 room brick Lovely ranch, a.c. oil ht., carpeting, drapes, kitchen table space, 27' living room with dining "L", corner lot, all in excellent condition. Only $16,250. Cali FRED ROSS. HOMER YE. 8-3880 KENTUCKY Nr. 7 MILE BEST CO...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 26

…$0—BUSINESS CARDS 55—MISCELLANEOUS L. TAYLOR—Painting and papering, wall washing, reasonable. TY. 6-1390. WALL WASHING, experienced, work guaranteed. Free estimates. Radiant Wall Washing Co. TO. 8-2460. . L SCHWARTZ & Co. All types of car- HOSPITAL bed and wheel chair, like new. 9 piece dining room set. Original price $1,100. 3775 Cortland. 57—FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD ' GOODS & FURNITURE ,penters work. TY. 7-7758.or UN. 2-6329 PERFECT Wall ...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 27

…Obituary Notices Monument Unveilings ESTHER WERFEL, 2642 SOLOMON I. AZARKI, 10710 ROSE BURNSTEIN, of 23480 Hart, Huntington Woods, died hurst, died May 21. Services at Cloverlawn, Oak Park, and Mi- The family of the late George I The fainily of the late Sara E. May 18. Services at Kaufman Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Sur- D. Wauldron announces the un- Waterstone announces the un- ami Beach, Fla., died May 21. Chapel. He leaves his son. Larry vive...…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 28

…NG ATULATIONS To All of the Detroit Community's Religious we extend sincere best wishes to the confirmands, con- lAcrants and graduates o-f- the community's religious schools. Now that the initial task of Jewish learning has bean completed, it is our hope that these studies, now learned,. be put into practice; that the beginnings of knowledge now planted, grow deep into real wisdom; and that the quest for enrichment of mind and soul, now bl...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 1

…'Who'll give us a Serum against Fear?' Foolish Question Gets Answer It Deserves Commentary, Page 2 THE JEWISH NEWS A Weekly Review Our Youth and Their Jewishness of Jewish Events Editorial, Page 4 Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle • VOLUME-27—No. 11 cikgq;Ii1" . 7 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.—VE. 8-9364—Detroit 35, May 20, 1955 $4.00 Per Year, Single Copy 15c Eighth Year ith $4,000,000 In...…

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…Purely Commentary Vigorous Israel Bond Campaign Program Announced; Drives Start in Twelve Cities By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Who Will Give us a Serum against Fear? Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News We are indebted to the excellent bi-monthly magazine, The Reporter, for the following: NEW YORK — Plans for a `FULBRIGHT FEARS FOR STUDENT PLAN' "He said without mentioning names that some Congress- vigorous sales campaign for Is- men app...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 3

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-3 Awards for Best Works By Jewish Book Council Four awards carrying cash prizes totalling $700 for 1954's best works of Jewish interest in the fiction, poetry and juvenile fiel. --3 ---were made at the annual meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board. sponsored Jewish Book Council of America. held May 17, at Congregation Shear- ith Israel, New York. The $250 -Daroff Memorial Fiction Award went to 'Louis Zara, for his n...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 4

…THE JEWIA-I NEWS Fertile Planting Area Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicl e commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Mernber American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Association Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co, 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 8-9364 eubseription $4 a year. Foreign $5. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post ...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 5

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS JLC Asks SOviet to Liberate Jews NEW YORK, (JTA)—President Eisenhower sent greetings to Adolph Held, national chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee, on the occasion of his '76th birthday. Similar greetings were received by the Jewish Labor Committee for Mr. Held from Adlai Stevenson, Austrian Vice Chancellor Dr. Adolph Schaerf, former British Foreign Secre- tary Herbert Morrison and many other men of national and in- ter...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 6

…6--DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, May 20, 1955 Cantata to Highlight Young Israel Banquet CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Sabbath services at 7:20 p.m., today; at 9 a.m., Saturday. Shevuot services at 7:50 p.m., Thursday; at 8:45 a.m.. May 27; at 8:30 p.m., May 28. Rabbi Moses Lehrman will speak on "To Do and To Hearken" and "The Thrills of Living." TEMPLE BETH EL: At 8:30 p.m. services today, the annual high school graduation exercises and consecration ser...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 7

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-7 Beth Shalom Sisl - erhood The Suburban Community—I SOC School Daze By Judy Stutz South Oakland County Tenth grade students at Oak Park High are already planning their curriculum for next year. At present the tenth grade is the highest one in the high school, moving up and closer to graduation as the semesters pass. A teachers' committee has been formed to plan the new scheduling and addition of sub- jects. The stud...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 8

…Campaign Chairmen Win Awards Presented with awards at a recent report rally were these chairmen whoSe sections achieved 100 per cent or more of their last year's achievement: From the left: Standing, MARTY FRIED, REUBEN AXELROD, JOHN E. LURIE (chairman of the 1955 Allied Jewish Campaign), ARTHUR HOWARD and ALEX . SKLAR (associate chairman, trades and professions); Sitting, IRA y. SONNENBLICK, ANDOR FELDHEIM, MERWIN K. GROSBERG. Not shown are ...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 9

…Mischa Kottler to Solo With Center Orchestra Around the • World • A digest of current worldwide news reported by the Jewish • Telegraphic Agency. United States WASHINGTON—Senator Herbert H. Lehman attacked . the "utter complacency'.' and "callous indifference" of the president and administration to infringements on traditional American civil liberties. The occasion was the presentation to the 'Senator of the Stephen S. Wise Award for his "e...…

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…Set Early Date for Zionist Meeting Rabbi Moses Lehrman, presi- dent of the Zionist Organization of Detroit, announces that the annual meeting of the District Will be held at 8:30 p.m., Tues- day, in the Zionist House, 11345 Linwood. The advanced date for the an- imal meeting is necessitated by the 58th annual national con- vention of the Zionist Organiza- tion of America, scheduled for June 16 to 20, at Willard Hotel, Washington, D.C. The con...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 11

…Wayne University Sorority Gets National Charter Wayne University's Delta Theta Chapter of Delta Phi Ep- silon sorority will be installed at ceremonies, followed by a ban- quet at which charter members will be honored. Mrs. Melvin Scher, interna- tional vice-president of the sor- ority from New York, will con- duct the ceremony, assisted by Mrs. William Satt, Central Re- gional director; Shirley Rappo- port and Mrs. N. Rosenberg, alumnae advis...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 12

…12—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS A diviiiei Socielf Cpl. Gary Zeltzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Zeltzer, of 18658 Northlawn, has returned from the U. S. armed forces. He was stationed in Europe. Master Sammy Eigel, of Biltmore Ave., recently celebrated his sixth birthday. Joining in a party in his honor were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Levine and family, Mrs. Phyllis Siegal, Mrs. A. Brandman and daughter, Shelly. Mrs. Pamela Block and sons, Mrs. Rose Ross- ma...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 13

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-13 Friday, May 20, Elect Satovsky Men's Club Veep Re-Elect Levy to Head Temple Israe -1 Men's Chin Elect Sarasohn Men's Club Head Irving A. Levy was re-elected Judaism Institute at Camp Na- president of Temple Israel Men's helu, June 9 to 12, and a family Club at the annual election picnic for congregrants on June 11 9. meeting held May 12. Other officers chosen to serve For othe Perfect Affair! during the coming year a...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 14

…▪ Temple Israel Confirmands At Homes Weekend of May 28 Nina Lask Plights Troth To Jerome Schneyer , • • , • .Annual confirmation services of Temple Israel will be held so 'Thursday evening, May 26. At home receptions will take place it taA weekend for the following- Temple Israel confirmands: Zimmerman, of 19318 Freeland Ave., .2. to 5 p.m., May 29. No cards. Bnai Brith Women Schedule Seminar, In,tallation of Officers on June 7 The. ...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 15

…May 22 At Home Receptions Set for Beth El Confirmands Miss Chicorel to Wed Egyptian Engineer . B & P Hadassah Closes Avalon Hikers Plan Outing Season with Dinner Event Avalon Hiking Club will meet at 1 p.m., Sunday, at the Avalon Business a n d Professional parking lot for a hike at High- Group, of Hadassah, will close its land Recreation Area. Evening activities will be announced at season with a dinner and pro- the meeting time. gram a...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 16

…To Wed in October Elect Dr. Morris Mintz Tales Out of Scho Friday, May 20, 1955 To Head Maimonides Maimonides Medical Society, meeting for the final time this pear, : elected Dr. .Morris Mintz president, to head activities for the 1955-56 term. Voted into of- fice with him :were: Drs. Milton Steinhardt, 'vice- president; Adolf W. Lowe, sec- retary; and Julian Stern, treas- urer. The society voted unanimous- ly to pass a resolution commend-...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 17

…I Local Artist Exhibits 25 Adler-Kopstein Nuptials Planned for Nov. 6 - enai rt Activiiieo Pad DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-17 Friday, May 20, 1955 Paintings at Garelick's Harry Packman, a Detroit PHOTOGRAPHS by The 87th annual convention of Synagogue. A glimpse at New artist, currently has 25 of his BERNARD H. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. Orleans,' old-time vaudeville and paintings on display at Gare- 6 will be held July 2 to 5, in scenes from -Bro...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 18

…Reception AAondciy Opens Associated Art Gallery Associated Gallery of Art will open officially Monday evening, at 18041 Wyoming, with a recep- tion and exhibition of the works of 10 New York artists. The gallery is directed by Mrs. Marvin Bruck and Mrs. Samuel Field, who plan to bring to De- troit the works of America's best contemporary artists. Alternate Non-Jews Give $21,000 For Protestant Chapel At Brandeis University I Mrs. Katchke Vie...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 19

…CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Liners accepted from responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to 11 a.m., Wednesday. Deadline for dis- play classified ads is 4:30 p.m., Tuesday. Rates 10c a Danny client . • .She had been weep- , ing three days without stopping . . A glance at the amount of . it was for $50,- the check . . "You 000 stilled her tears . may not believe it," she told the insurance gent soulfully, "but I'd give twenty thousan...…

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…— • 17—tiOUSES FOR SALE 3531 W. OUTER DR., 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Priced for quick sale or lease. UN. 2-6254. House open. MANSFIELD, 20200 OPEN '2 TO 5 SUNDAY OR BY APPOINTMENT Modern Colonial, all large rooms, front den, paneled breakfst. rm., foil size dining rm., carpets, grade ley., attic fan, stall shower, aluminum storms and screens, covered porch, three huge bedrooms, etc. High class section. BR. 3-2654. 18034 WISCONSIN OPEN 2-5 SUND...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 21

…17-HOUSES FOR SALE I 17-HOUSES FOR SALE -HOUSES FOR SALE • rI .ALF of a duplex for sale on Grand. I rked reasonakle. TO. 69189. STRATFORD' RD. Greenacres Section 3 BEDROOM brick ranch. added jalousie room. many extras. $17,900. Owner. 20014 Rentfield. Open 3-5 Sunday. SCHAEFER, 20231 rick 6 & 6, gas ht., I1/2 baths in pch, spacious rooms, rec. rm., car- eting, garage. * * WARD-OUTER DR. PRICE REDUCED - ONLY 518,900 i nner moving, mu...…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 22

…-=-3ZIOVErteriTtlAtr'''''r OP RT WANTED GRIGGS, 18085 2 bedrm., tile kitchen and bath, nat'l fireplace, carpets and drapes like new. Gas ht., Fenestra. windows. Storms and screens. $17.500. Open 2-5. Owner. UN. 4-6170. H UNTINGTON WOODS DUNDEE RD. - LINCOLN This is what you've been waiting for. Four bedrms., face brick; 1st fl. lay., 2 baths 2nd., Ige. living room, dining rm., rear lib., pass hall, mod- ern kitchen, brkfst. rm., gas ht.,...…

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