antiques from Europe. Ysselstein cabinet maker, Arie Molhoek, was determined to work for himself when he migrated to Australia in 1956. He landed with 10 Pounds Sterling in his pocket. He and his wife, Jacoba, who both feel anything is possible in their new homeland, provided one wants to work, now own a flourishing antique store, run a grocery business, and plan to build a 15000 Pound Sterling block of eight flats. Arie got his start in business in Adelaide, SA, by converting the family's luggage packing cases into ironing boards and then selling them. Wife Jacoba, a full business partner, recently spent eight months back in Europe buying 2000 Pounds Sterling worth of antiques for shipment to her husband to renovate for resale. Mr Molhoek in his antique store in Adelaide
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