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December 08, 1961 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 8, 1961 -- 38



If you need good domestic help
call us.

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


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

A-1 PAINTING, paper hanging, wall
washing, interior and exterior. Rea-
sonable. Immediate service. UN

LI 4-5138

EXPERIENCED Saleslady wanted for
part-time. Ladies ready to wear.
TA 5-7980. 4850 Michigan Avenue.



All Rinds of Alterations
Call for Appointments

Webster, Wisconsin, for boys and
girls, ages 10 thru 16. Creative,
democratic "Jewish environment.
Now hiring for 1962 season: Pro-
gram Director, Unit Heads and
General Counselors. Male .and
Female. Write To: Moshe Dwor-
kin, Director,

UN 3-8283

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

1986 Pinehurst Avenue, St. Paul
16, Minnesota.



SECRETARY, Bookkeeper. 1 girl Syna-
gogue office. Call LI 7-3804. 9 a.m.-
5 p.m.

UN 1-5075

Real Estate
Sales Opportunity

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

EXPERIENCED interior painter.
All work guaranteed. Call TY

with Oak Park's only Realtor
Office. Must have the desire
to earn minimum of
$10,000. Experience is not
necessary. Our Real Estate
Sales School welcomes the
most inexperienced. Call


PAINTING, wall washing, 25 years
experience, striping, waxing, buff-
ing tile floors. TE 4-5864. •

PROFESSIONAL Painting and Re-con-
ditioning. 15 years experience. I
work on job myself. Satisfaction
our goal. TO 6-5485.

PAINTING, decorating, outside, in-
side. Free estimates. Reasonable.
LI 7-5639, KE 8-1047.

24621 Coolidge just S. of 10 Mi.

LADY to be companion and do cook-
ing. Live-in. Salary. 18273 Stoepel:
UN 4-1193.

EXPERIENCED, capable manager
and shoe salesman for family shoe
store. UN 44923.


WIDOW will be companion to old-
er people, can give Insulin and
shots. Also baby sitting. Experi-
enced, references. WE 5-2975.

BOOKKEEPER. Qualified by 25
years of experience. For full
charge job. Can handle corres-
pondence. References. TO 6-3342.

elderly lady. References. DI 1-4572-
UN 2-4803.


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Very active and diversified
Owner forced to sell due to
Substantial down payment

New and Repair Special

Write Box 519

The Jewish News
17100 W. 7 Mile Road
Detroit 35, Michigan

QUALITY work on paneling, cabi-
nets, room dividers, planters or
repairs. No job too small. KE
3-8577. Any time.

PAPER HANGING, painting, and
steaming. Do work myself. WE


PAINTING by Schuetz. Dutch Jew-
ish Jeweler examining a Diamond.


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

AN EXCLUSIVE Re-Sale Shop. 11340
Woodward. Presents Designer label
clothing, from wealthy homes. Also
will sell clothes on consignment.


BEAUTIFUL apartment size Baby
Grand piano, Walnut finish. 3-piece
leather den set, washer and dryer.
All in excellent condition. Must
Sell. 13341 Dartmouth. Oak Park.
Sunday 2-5.

Elegant Italian Tall slender
Commode Secretary (Nicco-
lini) Cost $850 priced $300.
Small dropleaf Hitcock Cher-
ry Dinette table, $65. Chairs
to match, $25 each. 9x11
Ka r a s t a n Orange-Brown
tweed rug (1 week old) cost
$16.95 yrd. price $8.50 yrd.
Private party Phone 869-
5547 after 6:30.


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.

87 - PETS


POODLE puppies. Males and fe-
males. Toys and miniatures. AKC.
$60 up. CR 8-8680.

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

Polish-Jewish Noble

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



Also Office Furniture.
Any time.
TY 4-4587


Michael Esofowicz, a 15th
century Polish-Jewish financier
and the only Jew ever to be-
come a Polish nobleman, was
appointed by King Sigismund
as head of all Lithuanian Jew-
ish communities and entrusted
with the responsibility of ad-
ministering justice and collect-
ing taxes. He also represented
the interests of the Jews before
the government. (J.T.A.)



Complete Moving Seriiiee
No Job Too Large-Too Small
Always Open

Bowles Now Kennedy's
Adviser on Middle East

President John F. Kennedy
told a press conference that
Chester Bowles, re - assigned
from a high State Department
post, would now devote his en-
tire time to rendering advice
on problems in the Middle East
and other regions with which
Bowles is familiar.
Kennedy . indicated that
Bowles could serve a function
vitally important to the United

Austrian, Greek Jewish Victims
of Nazism Urged to File Claims

United Restitution Office here
issued a reminder that Dec. 31
is the deadline for filing appli-
cations with Austrian social in-
surance institutions by Jewish
refugees from Austria who are
already paying voluntary con-
tributions into insurance schemes
and who wish to avail them-
selves of the opportunity of pay-

Edelman Associates Purchase Key
Northern Michigan Industrial Site

Purchase of over 6,000 acres, ' world's largest producer of ce-
including the Rockport Harbor, ment, lies to the south of the
docks, quarry and miles of Lake Edelman property.
The ' Rockport. Harbor and
Huron frontage at Alpena and
Quarry, one of the pioneer de-
Rogers City, Michigan, was an- velopments in the center of this
nounced by Bernard Edelman industrial complex, includes a
Associates, Inc.
dredged harbor and commercial
The sale included the real es- dock over 900 feet long and a
tate of the Northern Michigan 1,000 acre quarry reported to
Limestone Corporation, 44 Wall have an almost inexhaustible re-
Street, New York City, successor serve of limestone deposits.
to Kelley Island Lime and Trans-
Plans for the development of
port Co., formerly the largest this property include the use of
users of limestone in the United the harbor, docks, quarry and
adjoining land as a major indus-
The tract of land is in the cen- trial area. Utilizing cheap water
ter of one of the country's larg- transportation, products produced
est limestone formations. The here can be shipped around the
world's largest limestone quarry world via the St., Lawrence Sea-
at Rogers City just north of the way.
purchased site is owned by the
Bernard Edelman Associates,
United States Steel Corporation. Inc. also plan to develop the
Adjoining the acquired site is miles of Lake Huron shoreline
the Presque Isle Harbor and and adjoining land for residen-
Quarry, a combine of Republic tial, commercial and recreational
Steel Corporation, Bethlehem use.
Steel Corporation, Jones & Laugh-
Purchase of this property was
lin Steel Corporation, National made by Calvert Investment Co.
Steel Corporation and Youngs- and development will be by
town Steel and Tube Co., supply- Highland Farms Co., both divi-
ing limestone to their steel mills. sions of Bernard Edelman Asso-
Huron Portland Cement Co., the ciates, Inc.

Lipsky Hailed on 85th Birthday
as 'Symbol of Zionist Continuity'

NEW YORK, (JTA) -Louis
Lipsky, veteran Zionist leader,
was honored by top leaders of
the American Zionist movement
at a luncheon marking his 85th
birthday. He was the recipient
of numerous messages from
leading Jewish personalities, in-
cluding Israel President Ben-
Zvi and Prime Minister David
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, who tendered the
luncheon in honor of Lipsky,
emphasized the important role
which he played in building up
the Zionist movement in the
United States. He called him a
"symbol of Zionist continuity."
Ambassador Michael Comay,
head of the Israel delegation to
the United Nations, greeted Lip-
sky on behalf of the Israel gov-
ernment and the people of Is-
Premier Ben-Gurion lauded
Lipsky's devotion to the Zionist
cause and the effective role he
played in keeping American
Jewry alert to the fight for the
establishment of a Jewish Na-
tional Home in Paelstine before
the creation of Israel.
Lipsky, replying to the trib-
utes, declared: "I started in the
Zionist movement with its be-
ginnings in the United States
and I thought I had ended, when
announcement came of the crea-
tion of the Jewish State. Since
then, I have hovered on the out-
skirts of affairs, enjoying the
comings and goings of those
who are observing the splendor
of its growth. I never believed
in fighting to the bitter end be-
cause the end of every fight is
bitter. This luncheon table is an
animated picture of the value of
this belief."
Premier Ben-Gurion declared
in his message: "Your vigor and
freshness of soul at 85 is some-
how symbolic of the vitality of
our people. The richness of
your • distinguished life as a

leading writer, thinker and
orator, has had a powerful im
pact on the form and pattern
of the largest center of Jewry
in the world today, which has
been one of the prime builders
of the Yishuv and the State."

The 25th day of the Hebrew
month of Kislev, the first day
of Hanukah, was sacred to the
pagan Greeks before it became
a Jewish festival. Antiochus
Epiphanes, the Greek ruler who
is the villain of the Hanukah
story, offered a burnt offering
in the Temple of Jerusalem on
that day three years before the
Maccabeans instituted Hanu-


ing higher contributions to earn
higher pensions.
The announcement said that
applications may be filed only
by persons whose present
monthly income is at least 3,600
Austrian schillings ($144) and
who had already paid voluntary
insurance contributions before
January, 1956, at the highest
level then, wihtout having inter-
rupted payments since then for
more than two years.
(A complete translation of the
Austrian law recently enacted to
compensate Nazi victims for lost
possessions has been prepared
by the World Jewish Congress
Institute of Jewish Affairs in
Ne'w York. It is available to any-
one. There are about 80,000 Aus-
trian victims scattered through-
out the world, most of them in
the United States, other Ameri-
can lands, as well as in Israel
and Great Britain.)
In Vienna, the Austrian gov-
ernment announced that former
Nazi victims in Austria now liv-
ing a b r oad, who were self-
e m p l o y e d as professionals,
businessmen, freelance artists
and writer s or independent
artisans, will be eligible for pen-
sions under Austria's social se-
curity system, providing they can
prove through documents what
their income was prior to the
Nazi regime.
The documents must show,
through license records or ar-
chives of bodies like the Cham-
ber of Commerce, just what the
claimant did and how much he
earned during the years 1935
to 19 3 7, t h e announcement
The privilege of claiming so-
cial security pensions, however,
will be given only to those
former Austrian Nazi victims
abroad who live in countries with
which the Austrian Government
has reciprocal agreements. Thus
far, the United States is the only
country having such an agree-
ment with Austria.
ATHENS, (JTA) The filing
deadline for the submission of
compensation claims under the -
Greek indemnification law has
been extended for a 60-day pe-
riod by the Greek cabinet for
the benefit only of Nazi victims
residing outside of Greece.
Claims must be filed by, lawyers
accredited to the Greek courts.
The Cabinet's action in ex-
tending the deadline date when
claims must reach the Greek
authorities from Dec. 1, 1961,
to Jan..31, 1962, - followed repre-;. -
sentations made by the 'Confer,
ence on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany.


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"If you'll just be patient, sir, I'm sure we have
a copy of the Bible somewhere."

Copt. 1961,

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