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June 30, 1961 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 30, 19 6 1 — 30

50—BUSINESS CARDS

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

VINO

Disbanded Society
Greenman, Head of
of Jabotinsky's Death AJCommittee, Dies
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
to Perpetuate Name
The Jewish News)

HENRY LEONARD

WALL WASHING special $28. Paint-
ing, window cleaning, carpet clean-
ing. LI 7-5284.

A grove 'Of 1,000 trees will
perpetuate the name and work
of a well-known Landsmanshaf-
- ten Society which recently dis-
banded, the Kovner Volyner.
In March, 1961, the 37-year-old
group. decided to disband and
agreed to contribute the re-
mainder of its proceeds, approxi-
mately $2,000 in Israel bonds, to
the Jewish National Fund to
plant a grove in the American-
Israel Freedom Forest in memory
of deceased members and in
honor of those still living.

LARKINS MOVING

AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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

DRESSMAKING

All Kinds of AlterationS
Call for Appointments

UN 3-8283
17175 ROSELAWN

Borowsky, Philadelphia
Communal Leader, Dies

CARPENTER WORK of all kinds,
kitchen cabinet doors, wall panel-
ing, steps, railings, cedar closets,
work myself. UN 4-1897.

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — F.
Gordon Borowsky, Philadelphia
industrialist and Jewish com-
munal leader, died in Boston,
June 24, aged 54.
A vice-president and member
of the board of the Federation of
Jewish Charities here, Borowsky
also was a member of the na-
tional campaign cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal, and chair-
man of the 1961 conference of
the UJA Mid-Atlantic Region.
He participated in a number of
UJA study missions to Israel.
He was a past president of the
American Technion Society and
a member of the board of the
Albert Einstein Medical Center
here.

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

ALL REPAIRS, brick, cement, plaster,
pointing, porches, chimney, steps.
UN 2-1017.

• NATHAN DeROVEN, A - 1 painting
and decorating, interior and ex•
terior, paper hanging, LI. 4-5213 or
UN. 4-5667 evenings.

"If Churchill and Eisenhower only listened to
me years ago, Max, we'd never be in such a
mess today."
Copr. 1960, Dayenu Productions

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

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

Board Rejects Ban on Xmas Observances

MILWAUKEE, (JTA) — The
school board of two heavily
Jewish suburban areas of Mil-
PAINTING and wall washing, win• waukee was reported to have
dow washing. • Reasonable price. backed the continued obser-
Quick service. 20 years experi-
vance of Christmas in the
ence. TE 4-5864.
schools, rejecting the stand of
GUARANTEED interior, exterior
painting, washing. Special on va- its own school superintendent,
cancies. LI 8-8831.
who had urged a ban on such
observances.
LEVI MOVING CO.
The school board of the Fox
OVER 35 YEARS IN BUSINESS
Point and Bayside schools
COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT
voted, unanimously to continue
SERVICE
such observances, but added a
FREE ESTIMATES
clause to the resolution aimed
J. LEVI
at "the removal of as many
UN 4-0708
8276 STRATHMOOR DETROIT areas of potential controversy
and tension as possible."
H. AND S. DISCOUNT, painting and
The. board acted on the basis
decorating, reasonable prices, done
by experts. No job too large or too of a report by a special coin-
small. Work guaranteed. Call for
free estimates. BR 3-1308 — UN mittee named last January after
1-3617.
School Superintendent Peter
Stormonth submitted several
PAINTING and Decorating, good
work, low prices, ask for Bill or proposals to de-emphasize
Bob. KE 8-0258 and VE 7-3007.
Christmas in school programs.
FIRE REPAIR, additions, violations He said then that many Jewish
- corrected. Garages, porches, ce-
ment work, plumbing, and siding. parents had objected to phases
Free estimates. Mr. Johnson. DI of,,, the Christmas programs, in-
1-5141.
cluding what was termed exces-
PAINTING, decorating, inside and sive amounts of school time for
outside, free estimates, reasonable.
the programs..
LI 7-5639, WE 4-2339.
The board rejected the co ► -
plaint of lost school time, de-
55 MISCELLANEOUS
claring there was no appreci-

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



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

55 - A — WANTED MISC.

Reads—at 2 1 /2

WANTED—English or other light-
weight girl's bicycle. Reasonable.
26" or over. UN 1-6668.

57—FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS

FOR SALE—Hot Pointe electric
stove, 1 year old. Crosley refriger-
ator, also gas stove. VE 8-8062.

57 - A — FURNITURE WANTED

FURNITURE WANTED — Highest
prices paid for good used furni-
ture and appliances. Call Nate
Paige, TY 5-6601. Open daily 9-
8:30 p.m., Sun. 11-6. Closed Sat.

Jews, Moslem Victims
of Agadir Earthquake
Get Government Relief

CASABLANCA, (JTA)—Jew-
ish victims of last year's dis-
astrous earthquake at Agadir will
receive the same government
relief funds to be given to the
Moslem earthquake sufferers,
amounting to 100,000 Moroccan
francs •($200) for each head of
his family.
There were more than 1,000
Jewish victims as a result of the
Agadir disaster.
..
It was pointed out, howeVer,
FLORENCE JACOBS, 2 1/2
that the 100,000-franc allotment years old, bones up on astron-
will go only to heads of those omy at the public library in
families that still live at Agadir. West New York, N.J. She
The majority of the Jewish vic- also reads books on atomic
tims have moved since the earth- energy and other subjects,
quake, either to this city or to and the library has given her
Marrakesh, where smaller allot- a card to draw books for her
ments will apply.
reading.

able loss of such time. The
board did approve a committee
proposal to keep Yule trees out
of classrooms, other than kind-
ergarten, and to display them
in general school building
areas.
The board also agreed that
trees and other room decora-
tions for Christmas should be
limited to materials provided
by the school, and that tradi-
tional music of all faiths should
be used on a group basis, with
no separation of groups for
such musical activity on a reli-
gious basis. Additionally, the
board ruled that group solicita-
tion for teachers' gifts and
group exchange of gifts in con-
nection with Christmas should
be ended.

New Chair At Weizmann
Institute in Taubman's Memory
A chair in applied mathematics
has been established at the Weiz:
mann Institute of Science in Is-
raeel and named in memory of
the late Herman P. Taubman, oil
magnate and prominent Jewish
benefactor, of Tulsa, Okla.

H. Liverman, Cultural
Body Executive, Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Harry
Liverman, vice-chairman of the
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion, died last Friday in New
York. He was 86.
Liverman was board chairman
of Lane Bryant, Inc., which op-
erates 93 retail stores in this
country.

State Fair Books

Top Entertainment

The Michigan State Fair, Sept.
1-10, has booked the Dick Clark
Show and the Ricky Nelson
Show and has cut the Coliseum
admission charge.
This is announced by Donald
L. Swanson, State Fair general
manager, who predicts the return
engagements of these shows,
along with supporting all-star
casts including Bobby Rydell and
Fabian, will attract all-time rec-
ord crowds.

NEW YORK — Frederick F.
Greenman, prominent attorney,
president of the American Jew-
ish Committee, died here Mon-
day night at the age fo 68. A
:dormer chair-
man of the
AJC executive
board, Green-
man, who was
elected preSi-
.:c1 en t of the
organization
on April 30,
was to have
served for one
year. He was
a former vice
president of
Temple Em-
Greenman
anu-El.
Born in New York City,
Greenman attended Harvard
College and Harvard Law School
where he edited the Harvard
Law Review and was admitted
to the bar here in, 1917. He
served as chairman of the Uni-
versity of the State of New
York committee on planning and
development. During the second
world war, Greenman was gen-
eral counsel to the Army-Navy
liquidation commissioner and -
the foreign liquidation commis-
sioner of the State Department.
Active in both national and
local Jewish affairs, Greenman
was a former honorary presi-
dent of the New York Federa-
tion of Reform Synagogues and
served as - vice president of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations from 1939 • to
1950. He was a former national
chairman of the allotment com-
mittee of the United Jewish
Appeal.
In 1957, Greenman led an
American Jewish Committee
fact-finding mission on a con-
sultative tour of Europe, North
Africa and Israel. He also
headed a group of AJC officials
Who took part in a ceremony in
the White House in 1960, nam-
ing President Eisenhower the
first honorary president of the
committee's Institute of Human
Relations.

Samuel Adinoff Dies

in Port Huron at 75

Samuel Adinoff, 2817 Electric,
Port Huron, one of that city's
leading civic personalities, died
June 22 at the age of 75.
Mr. Adinoff was chief chemist
for the St. Clair Rubber Co.
until his retirement in 1955. He
was a member of the Port Huron
Community Relations Board, past
president of the Port Huron-
i
i Sarnia Lodge, Bnai Brith; and a
member of Mt: Sinai Synagogue.
In 1959,. Mr. Adinoff was pre-
(Copyright 1961,

a:,
sented
the Port Huron Human
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) .
a
Relations Award as the person
Foreign Affairs
who made the most outstanding
Algerian rebel leaders are active in the United States in contribution to human relations
presenting their cause to influential Americans . . . When during the previous year.
Surviving are his 'wife, Anna;
asked what the attitude of an independent Algeria would be
three
sons, Joseph of Los An-
toward Israel, they frankly state that an Algerian Nationalist
geles, Dr. Bernard of Oak Park
Government will not extend diplomatic recognition to Israel. . . and Morton A. Eden of Detroit;
They defend this attitude by declaring that Israel has never and seven grandchildren.
voted at the United Nations in favor of the Algerian nationalists,
always siding with France against a "liberated" Algeria . . . On
the other hand they pledge that Algerian Jews will be considered Berlin • Denazification
as full-fledged Algerian citizens in an independent Algeria and Board Claims Assets
will enjoy equal rights there . . . They refer to the history of of Ex-SS Officer Jost
Algeria which shows that Jews have been living there for cen-
BERLIN (JTA)—Assets worth
turies, and they 'emphasize that no one can question rights of
Jews to full, equal treatment as natives of the country . . . Mean- 4,200 deutschemarks (about $1,-
While, there is a good deal of behind-the-scenes talk going on in 050) owned in West Berlin by
Paris with the French government, and in GeneVa with the Al- Heinz Jost, former Nazi SS brig-
gerian rebel leaders, on the fate of the 150,000 Jews in Algeria ... ade leader, were ordered con-
At present they are all French citizens; and, under the Nationalist fiscated by the West Berlin
regime, they will probably be permitted to choose their citizenship Denazification Board. Jost had
— they would either maintain their French citizenship, or been fined 14,000 deutschemarks
they would accept Algerian citizenship . . . Should they choose to by the local court for his Nazi
remain French citizens, they would be considered in Algeria activities, but his assets here
as "aliens" and treated as such, even if their parents and total only the amount just con-
grandparents had been born in that country . . . Should they fiscated. •
Jost was sentenced by the
choose to accept Algerian citizenship, the fear exists that they
may no longer be permitted to leave Algeria, as is the case Nuremberg 'War Crimes Tribu-
now in Morocco . . . The French government is willing to go nal in 1948 to life imprisonment
a long way to help Algerian Jews even when they apply for, for his war crimes. However, he
Algerian citizenship . . . France is ready to regard any Algerian was freed .in 1951. He lives now
Jew automatically as a French citizen whenever he enters French at Dusseldorf, where he is en-
soil, even if he did not retain his French citizenship under gaged in the real estate blisiness.
the Algerian Nationalist Government .. . The question is—will Berlin has no jurisdiction over
the Algerian Government permit its Jewish citizens to go abroad any assets he may possess out-
as readily as it will permit its Moslem citizens?
side West Berlin.

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