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February 10, 1961 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 10, 1961 —

LADY WANTS baby sitting, call
UN. 4-6364.

A-1 GENERAL house cleaner desires
five day week work or days, plain
cooking, good with children, home
nights, own transportation. TY.


MODERN self-serve market, excel-
lent business. 12540 Dexter.



New and Repair Special

UN 1-5075

PAINTING and decorating, finest
workmanship, free estimates. Sam
Fishman. UN 1-3265.

Steel Landscaping Co.

Lawn Construction, Work Guaranteed

23910 W. 7 MILE RD.


KE 8-3530


All Kinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

UN 3-8283

FOR BETTER wall washing, call
James Russell. One day service.
TO 6-4005. 526 Belmont.

LOUIE'S Re-upholstering, Repairing
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reason.
able. Free estimates. UN 4-3339
VE 5-7453.

PAINTING and wall washing. Reason-
able price. Quick service. 20 years
experience. TE 4-5864.

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

PLASTERING and decorating.
Cement work. TY. 7-5654.



. .

Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
TY 4-4587

UN. 4-0326

GREENBERG'S Building Maintenance
and Repairs. Specialized. Electrical
Appliances, door bells, locksmith,
sash cords, window glass, carpentry
work. Reasonable rates. TO 9-4815.

PLASTERING, rock bottom prices
and guaranteed work on attics,
repairs, new work. VE. 7-9628. •

PAINTING, decorating, work alone,
low prices, Ben Wrotslaysky, UN.

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

MODERNIZATION, room additions,
attics, basement, garages, cement
work. Janitor Service. Special 5
rooms washed $28.00. A A A Build,
ing Maintenance. LI. 5-2500.

EXPERIENCED man wants wall wash-
ing, window washing, waxing and
polishing floors. Phone TO 6-7792.

PAINTING, decorating, inside and
outside, free estimates, reasonable.
LI. 7-5639 - WE. 4-2339.


About Jewish Names


(Copyright, 1961, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)

It's Abe Lincoln's birthday.
Abe is a fine name. It has
the feeling that we like to as-
sociate with Lincoln. The name
Abe must have helped Lincoln
get elected. It has that same
something as the rail splitting
of which so much was made in
Lincoln's campaign for the
Presidency. It has earthiness,
the common touch.
I remember a bit of Yiddish
doggerel that I used to hear in
my boyhood about names. The
first verse ran:
"If his name is Mendel,
You can eat from his
fender (dish)
Names have a certain logic.
Jews frequently go fancy and
translate Abraham or Abe into
Arnold. But an Arnold is differ-
ent from an Abe. Arnold has a
tense look. His mother is always
over him. "Arnold, have you
studied your piano lesson? Ar-
nold, put on your rubbers." .
But Abe can take care of
himself. His playmates are al-
ways at home with him. The
Abes get along very. well.
The old simple Jewish names
seem to be coming back. Mr.
Eisenhower prided himself on
Ike. Since Moshe Dayan became
famous, Moshe has become
popular—even Moish. A good
lady social worker I know—a
Jewess—recently told me of a
little East Side boy she has
been attending. He said to her,
"Call me Moish." We can under-
stand that. A boy named Moish
is no sissy. He is a real boy.
I know J u d a h s who have
changed their name to Judd.
They think in a non - Jewish
world they can get farther with
that. But Judah P. Benjamin
did pretty well, becoming Sen-
ator from LoUisiana and the
first man in the Southern Con-
federacy next to Jefferson .
We are imitative in our
names. Our ancestors did not

Abe a Fine One

ape high society. They went
out to nature. Jonah is a dove;
Debora, a bee; Zeeb, a wolf;
Aryeh, a lion; Zipporah, a bird.
They were bold. Sometimes
they used whole sentences for
a name. Thus, a prophet called
his son "A Remnant Shall Re-
turn." His idea in this name of
course was to teach Israel a
lesson. Probably at school it
was a little hard for the teacher
to call him by his name. Imag-
ine his playmates saying to
him, "Come on, play with me, ,,
A Remnant Shall Return." It
sounds odd to us, but such a
name at leaSt gives you some-
thing to think about. Suppose
we named our children today
such names as "It's Late?. Than
You Think." It might prove
very helpful socially.
On the whole, the old Hebrew
names were very simple. The
earliest and most comprehen-
sive catalog of Hebrew names is
to be found in Chapter 46 of
"And these are the names of
the children of Israel who came
into Egypt. Jacob and his sons,
Reuben . . . And the sons of
Reuben: Hannoch and Pallu and
Hezron and Carmi . . . And the
sons of Simeon: ‘Jemuel and
Jamin and Ohad and Jachin
and Zohar and Shaul . . . And
the sons of Levi: G e r s h o n,
Kohath and Maran . . . And the
sons of Benjamin; Bela and
Bechel and Ahiel, Gera and
Naaman, Ehi and Rosh, Muppim
and Huppim . . ." and. so on.
Imagine such names as Mup-
pim and Huppim. What movie
star would not envy them!

Canadian Prime
Minister Is Feted
at Israel Bond Ball

TURN YOUR OLD suits, topcoats,
and shoes into cash. TU 3-1872.

United Hias Will
Aid Cuban Refugees

"And they shall beat their
swords into ploughshares
And their spears into pruning
Nation shall not lift up sword
-against nation,
Neither shall they learn war
any more."
—Isaiah 2:3-4

full cooperation of United Hias
Service in implementing the
program adopted at a three-day
national conference in Miami on
resettlement of Cuban refugees
was pledged by James P. Rice,.
Hias executive director, follow-
ing his return from the confer-


(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — James Zarb, the
British businessman whb arrived
here Tuesday after his release
from a Cairo prison Monday by
presidential d e c r e e, said he
thought his release was due "to
some extent" to remarks made
by Dr. Arnold Toynbee dm-ing a
debate last week in Montreal
with Israel Ambassador -Yaacov
Herzog in which the British his-
torian compared Israel's treat-
ment of the Arabs in 1957 with
the Nazi treatment of the Jews.
Zarb was sentenced in 1957 to
a ten-year prison term by a Cairo
court on a charge of espionage.

Editor of Zionist
Record Dies in Africa

Moscow Helps
Nasser Develop
Atomic Reactor

(JTA)—A nuclear reactor pres-
ently under construction at In-
shas, 35 kilometers. from Cairo,
will become critical early this
year, according to a report by the
International Atomic Energy
Agency. The reactor is described
as identical with the WWR stroke
C reactor of the Academy of
Science in Moscow.
The thh-d volume of the World
Directory of Nuclear Reactors,
published by the IAEA, describes
the reactor as a tank type, ,using
enriched uranium, light water
moderated and cooled. The direc-
tory gives its purpose as "re-
search." The reactor is the prop-
erty of the UAR Atomic Energy
Commission. Fabrication of its
components, according to the di-
rectory, is by the USSR.

Zarb Says Toynbee
Debate Effected His
Release from Cairo

The Rt. Hon. John G. Die-
fenbaker, prime minister of
Canada (left), received the
Canada-Israel Friendship
Award at an Ambassador's Ball
sponsored by the Toronto Com-
mittee for State of Israel
Bonds, with Israel Ambassador
Yaacov Herzog (right) as host.
More than 650 persons at-
tended the Ball.


David Dainow, veteran • Jewish
journalist who for 20 years served
as editor of the Zionist Record
here, died after a long illness. He
was 75.
Born in England, Dainow came
to South Africa after World War
I to engage in Jewish social work,
and later became the editor of
the Zionist Record. He retired
from that post and took up resi-
dence in Jerusalein, where he be-
came an Israeli citizen. Several
months ago, he came here for a
visit and was stricken with ill-
ness that proved fatal.

portunities in all fields of en-
deavor will be greater within the
next decade for American youth
who are members of minority
groups, teen-age leaders of the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization
were told here.
The hospitable climate towards
minorities will not be merely an
advantage to young people, but
will be America's gain in this
critical age," Herman Edelberg,
Washington director of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith
said in an address to the open-
ing session of the three-day exec-
utive committee meeting of Bnai
Brith's youth-serving agency.
Edelberg pointed out that the
1960 Presidential election . "is an-
other evidence that prejudice is a
declining force in America." But,
he said, this decline "is not, : a
signal for relakation of efforts
since there is still far too much
prejudice for healthy society to
tolerate complacently."
Meanwhile, teenage leaders of
the BBYO Tuesday presented Sen.:
ator John J. Sparkman, a mem-
ber of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, with a resolu-
tion endorsing the Administra-
tion's proposal for a "peace corps"
of youths to assist other landS.
The resolution was adopted by
the executive boards of the
BBYO's two. major divisions,
Aleph Zadek and - the Bnai Brith

Dr. Emanuel Olsvanger,
Zionist, Man of Letters,
Dies in Israel at 72

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Dr. Emanuel
Olsvanger, a veteran Zionist
and one of Israel's leading men
of letters, died here Tuesday at
the age of 72.
An authority on languages
and Jewish folklore, he was one
of the leading proponents of
Esperanto, an international lan-
Born in Grayeva, Poland, Dr.
Olsvanger settled in Palestine
in 1930 when he joined the staff
of the Keren Hayesod. He was
the recipient of the coveted
Tabernichovsky Prize in 1946
for his translation into Hebrew
of Dante's Inferno and of
numerous citations from the
Esperanto League.
Among his other works are
volumes on Jewish folklore and
humor as well as translations
into Hebrew of the Decameron
and the Divine Comedy.

Bernard A. Pearl Dies

Bernard A. Pearl, 64, of
Friendship is like money,
24101 Beverly, Oak Park, well
easier made than kept.
known attorney, died Tuesday
—Samuel Butler.
at the wheel of his car while
driving in downtown Detroit.
Funeral services were held
Thursday at Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving him are his wife,
Mary; two daughters, Mrs. Ar-
nold Rayle and Mrs. Harold
Nosan; three brothers; Dr. Nor-
man, David and Saul Pearl;
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Thaur-
att and Mrs. Ethel Haddock,
and four grandchildren.
A graduate of Northern High
and Detroit College, he was a
past chancellor of Knights of
Pythias, past president of Ham-
tramck Bar Association and a
member of Detroit and Michi-
gan Bar Associations, and was
active in a number of Jewish

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BBYO Endorses
Kennedy's Peace
Corps Proposal

"Then, Ladies, as our answer to all the recent
bombings ... it is agreed that we shall go on
record as 'DEPLORING HATE'." Iropr. 1959, Leonora Pritikin

CHICAGO, (JTA) — The 12
medical and social welfare agen-
cies affiliated with the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Metropoli-
tan Chicago will need $26,000,000
in 1961, and the Federation will
have to provide $5,750,000 to-
ward that total operating budget,
Charles Aaron, Federation presi-
dent, reported at the agency's
61st annual meeting.

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