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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, August 5, 1960 — 22

40—EMPLOYMENT

50—BUSINESS CARDS

RELIABLE WOMAN to care for sick
woman. Free room and board
plus wages. LI 5-0098.

YOUR . KITCHEN chairs re-uphol-
stered in U.S. Naugahyde. Free
pick up and delivery. $4.95 per
chair. LO 7-5955.

COOKSEY Employment Agency. For
all your Domestic Help, Male and
Female. Call TO 8-8018.

40A — EMPLOYMENT WANTED

WILL CARE for convelescent or in-
valid, excellent references, KE
7-7675.

BA'AL TEFILOH seeks position for
Holidays. In Detroit or vicinity.
40 years experience. UN 4-5141.

45 — BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

JUNK BUSINESS for sale, building
bailer included. UN 4-1945.

SAN- JUAN, (JTA) — Luis
Munez Marin, Governor of
Puerto Rico, has issued a pro-
Levi Moving Company
clamation designating 1960 as
Solomon Ibn Gabirol year, in
35 years of Courteous and
memory of the 11th century
Efficient Service.
Spanish-Jewish poet. This is the
J. Levi—Owner
second such proclamation, the
UN. 4-0708
KE. 7-1908 first having been issued by May-
or Wagner of New York City
PLASTERING and decorating. last January.

Cement work. TY 7-5654.

NATHAN DeROVEN. First class
painting and decorating. Work
m y s el f. Reasonable. Call LI
4-5213.

WELL ESTABLISHED Delicatessen- FLAT ROOF and gutters installed
and repaired, tinning work, free
Cafeteria Downtown. 1429 Broad-
estimates. KE 2-0783, TR 3-0412.
way.

57—FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

50 — BUSINESS CARDS

PAINTING and decorating. Inside
and Outside. Work guaranteed. FOR SALE—RCA air conditioning,
Free estimates. UN 4-7123, TO
1 /2-ton unit, perfect condition.
6-6732.
Week-adys call KE 1-9613 before
6 p.m. Sunday BR 3-0594.

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

FURNITURE repairs and refinishing
Free estimates. Call UN. 4-3547.

Steel Landscaping
Co., Architectural

Expert
Lawn Construction
Work Guaranteed

23910 W. y MILE RD.
At Telegraph

KE 8-3530

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpen-
ter work, no job too big or small
BR 3-4826, LI 5-4035.

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds—

Porch, floors, steps, kitchen cabi-
nets, doors, panelling. Work my-
self. UN 4-1897.

PAINTING and wall washing Rea-
sonable price. Quick service. 20
years experience. TE 4-5864.

TILE

DO YOU NEED TILE WORK?
New and Repair Special
V OF D TILE & TERRAZZO CO

ROME (JTA) — Arrange-
ments were completed for the
reception and housing of the
Israeli squad due here to par-
ticipate in the 1960 Olympic
Games. The Israeli team is ex-
pected to include about 35 ath-
letes and ten trainers and
aides.
The Israelis will be housed
in Olympic Village adjacent to
the United States and Maltese
teams. Their quarters will be
on two floors and they will have
two dining rooms, their own
kitchen and two refrigerators.
The Israelis will have their
breakfast with the athletes of
other countries in the common
dining-hall but kosher food will
be prepared for their other
meals and served in their own
dining-rooms.
The Rome Jewish community
has set up a special Hospitality
Committee for the Israeli visi-

.

Tel Gat Fortifications
Discovered in Israel

James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
remains of what are believed to
PAINTING, 5 rooms $75, 3 rooms be the second oldest fortifica-
$45, references, Evans. WA 5-9691.
tions in the Palestine area, dat-
ing back 3,000 years B.C.E. have
been discovered at Tel Gat,
southwest of Ashkelon, the
We Stop Any Leak!
Israel Antiquities Department
reported. The oldest fortifica-
5 Year Guarantee
tions discovered here are the
OLD ROOFS MADE
remains of ancient Jericho.
BETTER THAN NEW
The fortification walls at Tel
Gat, site of the Biblical city of
Gat, were 16 feet thick, S.
Commercial - Industrial
Yeivin, director of the Antiqui-
Apartments - Residential
ties Department said. The exca-
No roof too large or to small.
vations were conducted by the
For Free Estimates Call
department in cooperation with
the Middle East Art History
Department of Rome's Oriental
Institute.
He said that many vessels
found in the Tel Gat diggings
indicated close association with
pre-dynastic Egyptian culture.
In higher layers, representing
a later period, many small sculp-
tures and ornaments, including
some gold earrings, were found.

ROOFING

SAVE 50%

Salomon
Roof
Spraying
Co.

DI 1-5367

50—BUSINESS CARDS

50—BUSINESS CARDS

ALL CITY
MOVING & STORAGE CO.

YE

8-7660

CHICAGO, (JTA) — The first
Jewish day school under Con-
servative auspices in suburban
Skokie will open in September
with a kindergarten and the
first two grades.
The Solomon Shechter school,
which will be affiliated with the
Chicago Board of Jewish Edu-
cation, will be housed in Con-
gregation Bnai Emunah.

tors. Members include Chief
Rabbi Elio Toaff of Rome, the
president of the community and
the president of the Union of
Italian Jewish Communities.
A gala service will be held in
the principal synagogue of
Rome early in September in
honor of the Jewish athletes of
all nations participating in the
games.
The Rome Jewish Community
and the Jewish youth of Rome
will tender receptions for the
Israelis.
The Israeli team will be
given a giant welcome when it
arrives at Ciampino Airport and
will be escorted from the air-
field to Olympic Village by a
motor cavalcade. A pool of 35-
40 cars will be kept at the dis-
posal of the Israeli athletes for
the duration of their visit here
for sight-seeing and social ac-
tivities.

Agudah to Form Own Labor Group;
Breaks With Poalei Agudat Party

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Agudat Israel party has decided
to form its own labor organiza-
LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing tion following the break in re-
• Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason.
able. Free estimates. UN 4-3339 lations between the Agudah and
VE 5-7453.
the Poalei Agudat Israel work-
CARPET CLEANING, Vonschrader ers party, when the latter joined

FOR BETTER wall washing. call

Chicago Suburb's First Day

School to Open Next Fall

Rome to Welcome Israeli Athletes
Participating in Olympic Games

UN 1-5075

method, guaranteed and reason-
able. Call for free estimates. TE
4-7857 — WE 3-1571. -

Puerto Rico Proclaims
1960 Ibn Gabirol Year

14948
Meyers Rd.

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Complete Moving Service
No Job Too Large — Too Small
Always Open

the Government coalition.
A staunch supporter of Agu-
dah, the Rebbe of Gur has or-
dered all his followers to turn
in their Poalei Agudah mem-
bership cards and to cease read-
ing "Shearim," the morning pa-
per published by the Agudah
Workers party.
The Moetzet Gdolei Hatorah,
the Council of Sages, de-
nounced the Poalei Agudat Is-
rael faction for joining the gov-
ernment. Poalei Agudah's three
Knesset members joined the
coalition in which party leader
Binyamin Mintz became minis-
ter for posts.
The Council declared that by
joining the coalition, the Poalei
Agudat Israel excluded itself
from the ranks of Orthodox,
thus forfeiting the right to bear
the name of Agudah. The Coun-
cil expressed regret and "deep
hurt" that Agudah workers had
joined the government, and
said this move was the last in a
series of acts against the spirit
of the Council.
The Council called on all
members of. both ultra-orthodox
bodies to rally around the par-
ent Agudat Israel party.

A. L. Riklis, Journalist,
Author, Dies in Israel

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — A. L.
Riklis, noted Jewish journalist
and author who wrote under
the pen name "Lirik," died here
July 27 after a prolonged ill-
ness. He was '74.
For the past nine years, he
was the Israel correspondent of
the Jewish Daily Forward, a
New York daily newspaper.
Born in Russia, Mr. Riklis
came to the United States in
1940 and worked for various
New York Yiddish dailies until
emigrating to Israel in 1951.

G.O.P. 1860 Convention Delegates
Bee-Lined for Kosher Zion Sausages;
25,000 Hot Dogs Sold Last Week

CHICAGO, Ill. — The long
shadow of Abe Lincoln was cast
over a hot dog in Chicago a,
a covered wagon served free
frankfurters to the delegates at
the G.O.P. National Convention.
Seen munching a weenie
served to him by a girl in hoop-
skirts was a model posing as
Abe Lincoln, nominated 100
years ago in Chicago. David
Berg & Co., which also cele-
brates its 100th anniversary this
year, employed the prairie
schooner, the free franks, the
gal in crinoline, and the Lin-
colnesque actor as a sentimental
gesture honoring the visit of
David Berg himself to the 1860
GOP National Convention, the
one which nominated the Great
Emancipator.
In 1860, the founder of David
Berg & Co., had just started in
business for himself, making
franks in the Old. World man-
ner in the back of a butcher
shop on Pacific Avenue, between
Van Buren and Jackson, where
the huge Board of Trade build-
ing stands today.

The G.O.P. convention, which
opened during his first year,
seemed to David Berg a heaven-
sent opportunity to introduce
himself and his product to hun-
dreds of potential—and hungry
customer s. He loaded his
franks into a wagon and set
up temporary convention head-
quarters at the Wigwam, site
of the 1860 G.O.P. conclave in
Chicago.
Family folklore says he
made a bee4ine for the Illinois
delegation, the one which was
to see its favorite son nomi-
nated. At that time, Berg
shipped no hot dogs out of
Chicago and Berg wanted to
concentrate his red hot promo-
tion on Chicago customers.
These were favored with one
frank free for every one bought
at the regular two-cents-plain
price. These "freenies" (free
weenies), dispensed to Illinois-
ans in 1860, grew to gratis red
hots for all the delegates a
hundred years later.
Berg's mobile unit of 1860
was a sound investment. He
sold or gave away 2,000 be-

fore the convention closed.
Last week the company esti-
mates that 25,000 hot dogs
also were sold during the 1960
convention.
"The New York State delega-
tion of 1860 bought the most
hot' dogs," says a company
spokesman. This was because
the hot dog, like the nation,
grew from East to West. By
1860, it had Peached Chicago.
It was Berg's manifest destiny
to open up the West for the
weener.
During the Civil War, the
David Berg frankfurters helped
feed the fighting spirit of Union
soldiers and later the franks
fortified the pioneers pushing
west, according to a grand-
daughter, Mrs. Cora Stern, now
72.
- Today, David Berg and its
affiliate, Kosher Zion Sausage
Company of Chicago, has 10,000
retail outlets throughout the
country.

People...

Make News

LEO 'KNIGHT, 17363 Wyo-
ming, has been awarded a spe-
cial Certificate of Merit by the
Winona School of Photography,
Winona Lake, Ind., having com-
pleted a course in speedlight
portrait photography.
* * *
CARL GUSSIN, attorney, of
26060 Hendrie, Huntington
Woods, has been named secre-
tary of the National Association
of Claimants' Compensation At-
torneys (NACCA), at the an-
nual meeting in San Francisco.
*
x.
*
Prof. MICHAEL SELA, of the
Biophysics Department at the
Weizmann Institute of Science
in Israel, has left for the U.S.
where he will spend his sab-
batical year in research at the
National Institute of Health, in
Bethesda, Md. Prof. Sela will
visit scientific and research in-
stitutions in France and Great.
Britain to discuss matters of
joint interest before taking up
his work in the U.S.

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