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THE WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE August 11, 1961 ON THE O can .jtv New Titles for Interesting Summer Reading ther or the Bride. j all accounts. For those who have been, are i came to the Unit- about to be, or ever hope to be in a similar predicament. Simple Wedding is a positive must. TELL ME ANOTHER MORNING By Zdena Berber Harper & Brothers $3.95 This is a beautifully told story of THE MOZART LEAVES AT NINE By Harris Greene Doubleday & Co. $4.50 449 pp. The "Mozart" (in this case being the name of a train), is Harris Greene's novel of postwar, occupied Austria. It is a good, straight Army story, full of sharply delineated characters who speak sharply credible dialogue. The tale turns on somewhat of the same conflict which vitalized Wouk's "The Caine Mutiny," the battle between duty and honor, between orders and i a young girl growing to woman-conscience, although it lacks the h o o d in Hitler's concentration single-minded searching of that ' camps and finding her own way to work. j survival with integrity. The scene is Salzburg and the ; Within its scope, it has been Army Security Service, where hailed as an almost perfect novel, Maj. Jeremy Burton (West Point, , "which reems to shine singularly Armv family) is in charge. The ! for both its spirit and its artistry." problems ot command which mam- t It is truly a remarkable book that fest themselves during the novel's performs with astonishing control span of one week are amazingly di- and economy the J.ervice of tragedy verse. There is the border, where , in the great sense; it presents not theoretically no one may cross ; only an enduring but even a learn without authorization, but where in j ing and a growing soul, fact groups of Jewish DP's stream ! stubbornly across, and there are : POWER and RESPONSIBILITY those who would ihoot them to : By Wm. II. Harbaugh stop them, like Macklin, and those : Karrar, Straus & Cudahy who would not. like Sodeck; it is $7.50 ' 549 pP, again the novel's basic issue, in a: minor key. Making use of previously un There Is the rounHino un anrl in. 1 tapped biographical sources, Wil terment of Nazis still at large in the lia,n Henry Karnaugh in Power American Zone, under the direc-1 ana TPniiDiiiiy painis an eio. tion of Werner Baumgart, who ' U" nt picture of one of this coun brings a zeal to his job above thel1 '" ,n,,st Popular, and surpris-call of duty. There is the Worn- ,r",v -'nUKh. one of the least un en's Stockade and the baffling I derstood political heroes. A Jewish 'Hdison' By David Schwartz Washington Week By BOLTON FRIEDMAN BELL TELEPHONE stock is one A comDanv was formed to ex- of the blue chips. If you've had a '. ploit the Bell telephone. Berliner j chunk of it in recent years, you ; wrote them about his invention. A must be pretty well off. The total , study was made of it, and it was ; capitalization of the company runs agreed that the Berliner invention ! into astronomical figures. ' was just the thing needed to make ; , This is the story of a man who the telephone a feasible thing. I Billy Graham Group Attempts to Convert Israelis asked for about one-third of the "How much do you want for it?" j WASHINGTON The Billy ! Quotes Dr. Chaim Vardi -total capital and who really was Berliner was asked. ' Graham crusade. Amerina's 1mH- entitled to it although he never I h f,,r something like ' ing Evangelistic m o v e m e n t is I .D!"- chaLm Vardi, head of the , ,,n ' iononinv n ramnaicm in or.o Christian Department of the Is- !VT- ",7.? ".I v"'"7- rael Ministry nf Rolicrin Affair How can we give you that " Y"'m mere . . . ' ,r-""Z got it. the crucial period of preparing for ! the marriage festivities. It is rem- j A young boy, son of a father niscent of Uward reeicr s ta- ; who knew his Talmud very well by ml"'T ""th "n" The tota is a great lack of faith in Israel r-anital f f ho fr.mnanv hp was told. I 'oaay- ed States around 1870 when Grant was Presi dent. His name was E m i 1 Berliner. When he got to America, he added an E to Emil, making it Emile. He thought that this would Americanize his name. He worked for vV i i 1 Rev. Billy Graham's official or is quoted. He told the Protestants: "Had it not been for the Protestant Reformation, there would have been a Balfour Declaration was only $12,000. Berliner took less. 4' 1 THIS WAS NOT Berliner's only j jfrl"t ?v 10 ?.fT Gra; i been a slate of Israel, vention. He was a Jewish Edi- .adherents. It asked: "Is ; not ... Wir . . I-. I V 1 .PS W by the British Govern a T" ' ,,r.?Ulc ment. and there never would have Mr. Wirt's analysis, dissemin- can well begin . . . The people ' ate' throughout the Graham ' tify continued employment of an noul n,.A tu: i i. .L-- movement, is that "Nn man ran individual n linvtahlp nnlitirallv vw . iirii inuu m 1.1 Kt mp r . - - - DwM Sthtrarta mystery of how the women con tinue to become pregnant; they thus, by the rules, must be released. There arc the spying and harassment of the local Russian Mission. And there is the inevitable discord between the high command from Vienna and the difficulties of daily administration in Salzburg. The book is intriguing and well-executed, particularly where the nuances of power struggle in the Army and the clutter and excitement of Army life abroad are concerned. BURNT OFFERING By David Spicrhandler Maemillan Co. $3.95 248 pp. The word is out that if you liked Exodus und admire Ernest Hemingway, you should read Burnt Offering, an exciting novel of modern-day Israel. The story concerns itself with an idealistic Brooklyn Jew and an American Catholic explosives expert w ho join forces with an embittered Israeli commander in a desperate fight to save the latter's kibbutz from the Arabs. It is high-spirited adventure intermixed with entrancing drama. SO IT WAS JCST A SIMPLE WEDDING By Sara Kasdan The Vanguard Press $3.95 249 pp. His grin was world famous, and every schoolboy knows he once said. "Speak softly, and carry a big stick." Hut beyond that, Theodore Roosevelt has remained a major enigma, his entire life marked by enormous psychological and political contradictions. He has been denounced as a dangerous authoritarian, dismissed as a noisy buffoon, and praised as a progressive, scientific intellectual. He has been claimed as a "personal" hero by both arch-conservatives and radical social reformers, by interventionists and isolationists, by clergymen and big-game hunters. But now, Mr. Harbaugh. distinguished American historian, goes behind the flashing grin, and takes the full measure of the man public and private. His controversial book is a complete reappraisal of TR ... his formative years ... his meteoric rise from police commissioner to president . . . his petty feuds and his epochal battles. THE JEWISH PROBLEM IN THE SOVIET UNION By B. Z. Goldberg Crown Publishers $4.95 vention. The microphore used in radio a rlrvvodHs honco llini? and later i broadcasting is also Berliner's in- as a bookkeeper. Unlike his fath- vention. Frederick Wm. Wile, who cr, he didn't seem very much in- , wrote Berliner's biography, re-terested in the Talmud, but he ; garded that as his greatest inven-used to sit around the library of i tion. Berliner made other inven-Cooper Union reading scientific tions in acoustics, helicopters and and engineering works. While I what not. working for the drygoods shop, he 1 Berliner, although born in Ger-fixed up a little laboratory, where j many, had never linked German he experimented. He wanted to be ; militarism. A lot ot quips were invention son. Like Edison, he too invented a talking machine. In fact, it ap pears that the phonograph we use jd -: sav that the IsAeli, art visit Israel today without having is more his invention than Edison's. tM?tom& ta lmffthi admiration kindled by what The Edison record was of the cyl- 'ru 100 mucn m lne Darrel r two mission people . . . have been indrical type, long discarded. The : 6 ' able to do in 13 years. Such a round flat disc was Berliner's in- , Enjoys a Mass Following : visit may not change Dolitical Rev. Graham enjoys a mass njPaxnies. the (Arab) refugee following in both liberal and con- Prolems row more staggering servative protestant elements. His eaen yaF' Peace ,ls as far off as "revivals" have swept America eve,r- H.ebrew and Arab . . . both and foreign nations. He has visi- Tak,e ,"Sp,re!ive claims to tne ted Israel and the Near East. But : land of Palestne." the new Graham approach on Is-' New Look at Old Hostilities raei is tne nrst open clarion call Army Urged to Fire Employee for Aid to Rockweilites WASHINGTON (JTA) A Congressman called on Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara to discharge Schuyler Ferris, holder of a strategic U. S. Army civilian position, because of charges that Ferris provided the American Nazi party with its "hate bus" and otherwise aided George Rockwell's movement. Rep. Seymour Halpern, New York Republican, cited information about Ferris, an employee of the U. S. Army Map Service, and wrote McNamara he was "perplexed that such an individual has classified access to the army's secret maps. I do not understand how the U. S. Government can jus- an inventor. EVERYBODY KNOWS Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. You've read about him and have seen moving pictures about him. He was a great man. But the telephone Bell invented was not a very practical thing. It transmitted sound all right, it fiirly reeked with sound, but you had to be very alert, to make out what the words were. Bell had made a good transmitter, but the receiver was woefully inadequate. It was Emile Berliner, who suDplied the missing link. made by him about the Germans during the first World War. He recalled that the thing he liked best about the Prussian military was the intelligent look on their horses. He couldn't say as much for those i riding the horses. He urged that the German expression, "Gesund-heit," said when someone sneezed, be changed to Liberty. for a "Crusade for Christ" in the i ,. c-sscnllally alter exploration and Jewish State discussion, the Billy Graham group in "What ak . t 10.1 ,ueciuea xnai in Israel A fresh leaHini? rttl hv b breakthrough in the centuries-old iw2J tlCle y eV Graham's hostility between Jew and Chris- hh'1irVrt,1f nite historical possi- LONDON (JTA) B. J. Vos-ter, the newly appointed Minister of Justice of the Republic of South Africa, is a former Nazi who was interned in South Africa during World War II. the time is ripe for a big conver sion drive in Israel. But "the Christian cannot come to the Jew as he comes to the atheist, agnostic or adherent of another faith. Whatever the Shy-locks and the Eichmanns of the world may have felt, a warm spiritual bond has persisted between devout Jew and devout Christian, based on common devotion to the word or uod in the Old Testament. According to conclusions drawn: "After this short span of freedom, words are coming out of Israel that in a sense have not been spoken for centuries. They are friendly words. The New Testament is being studied at the Hebrew University. Christians are being invited to hold church conventions in Jerusalem. Evangelicals are being brought to Israel Barney Glazer's Hollywood j on the wishes, dreams and aspira tions 01 a people. Berenson HOLLYWOOD 20th Century- j spoke without scratching each oth-Fox studios made special petition er's eyes out! to the Israeli army asking for a deferment on Sgt. Elana Eden. Her ; SO FAR, NOBODY has been mom just suftered a heart attack chosen to play Fanny Brice in the here. . . . Eddie Fisher and Debbie ! late star's movie biog. You can bet Reynolds were back together! But don't get me wrong. They happened to attend the ceremonies heie for the consolidation of two of our major Jewish hospitals and just bumped into each other. No casualties and Liz and Debbie even The Jewish Problem in the Soviet Union: An analysis and a so- , lution by H. Z. Goldberg is a book that is unique. For one thing, it i not only describes the dilemma of j the Jew in the Soviet Union, but it : Also Slll?i?t,st twiihh cit!lifif,nu f, ir So It Has Just a Simple Wed-j the many problems he must face, ding is a hilarious and deliciouslv! In the second place, Mr. Gold-witty novel about a wedding told j berg is probablv the only man in in the words and through the eyes j the western world so well quali-of the mother of the bride. Written fied to write such a stud v. He was by Sara Kasdan, who will be remembered for her delectable cookbook. Love and Knlshes, Simple Wedding turns out to be a concoction of many complications, not so simple. It is a delightful narrative relating the stresses and strains of a middle-class Jewish family during How does it feel to be a Jew in the Soviet Union? Is the younger generation of Soviet Jews assimilated? How much discrimination is there against Jews in the USSR? Is there discrimination against the Jewish religion? What really happened to the dream of a Jewish community at Birobidjan? Why were so many Jewish writers and intellectuals executed? How can the government of the Soviet Union work towards a solution of the Jewish prob- born in Russia and speaks Russian fluently. Over a period of 25 vears he has paid three extended visits to I tions of life among Jews in Russia the Soviet Union, during which he j the book gives a panoramic view studied the situation of the Jews' of that country. Mr. Goldberg is and talked with their leaders. ! an observant traveller and his The Jewish Problem in the So- book describes what he saw and yiet Union poses and answers many came to know of life behind the important o.uestions. 1 Iron Curtain. on one thing. It won't be the ac tress best suited to play Fanny but the one who will draw at the box-office. Best example of this was Roz Russell who got the nod over Gertrude Berg to play the lead in "Majority of One." Without a doubt. Miss Berg was the logical choice, but she lost out in the casting when admittedly she was too weak in the boxoffice draw department. But don't think for a minute that Roz Russell won't be great, because she will be. MADELINE RIIUE, as you may have heard, suftered severe facial injuries in an auto accident. It never fails that beautiful girls do not break a leg. Their facial beauty is damaged. Same thing happened to my daughter who is in her 20's and is also a TV and motion picture actress (Leslie Summers). Both Madeline and my daughter f' T .Cr r J -il al "eta ana snown the country as guests to come to the Jew with honest j of the Government " f'Tn'thml-Hn profo"n.d de;' To the Christianthis means "A Ifil J C mtlnfn' ' ' 11 ls not- climate is being prepared in which easy to lay aside 9 centuries of something can be said (to the mistrust and hostility but God Jew) out of deepest convict on " has never been bound bv the trn. i v uun' ! ditions of men; nor has he set . . . ! nmiis to nis love in Christ." j 1 " "ol oasea on actuality, but Israelis Talk to Christians Sherwood E. Wirt, Rev. Gra-; ham's editor, described a recent j visit to Israel. He said "every-! where we traveled in Israel . . . we found the same remarkable phenomenon: The Israeli is ready i to talk to the Christian. He will speak of the Messiah. He will! even speak of Jesus of Nazareth. Thrilled as he is at the unbeliev-i able turn of events that brought ' into being the State of Israel, he j is nevertheless aware that some-1 thing is missing in his life." I Mr. Wirt emphasized that "this 1 is not to say that the Israeli is ready for a visit from a mission- j ary. Quite the reverse is true; ; missionaries in Israel are having trouble renewing their visas these days." Nevertheless, Christian mission-I aries in Israel "are quite aware of i a changed relationship." Mission- i aries, "performing a magnificent1 work," don't like the word "mis- sions." Madison Avenue termin-! ology is considered in view of the i task. The Rev. Dwight Baker, head ! of Southern Baptist Mission in the ! Galilee area, reported that "We feel the country needs us. Without us Israel would become a ghetto of the Middle East." individual so unstable politically that he fecilitates totalitarian extremism and propaganda activities, whether Nazi, Fascist, or Communist," the Congressmen wrote. Defense Department sources commented only that the Ferris case was "under study" by appropriate agencies. When Arlington, Va., police a few days ago impounded the Nazi "hate bus" it was found that the vehicle was registered in the name of Ferris who was previously linked with Rock-wellite agitation. Bill to Ban Neo-Fascist Group Backed by Italians FLORENCE (JTA) A resolution supporting a bill pending in Parliament for the last year, calling for the dissolution of the neo-fascist Movimento Sociale Italiano, was adopted here at a meeting called to analyze the resurgence of fascist movements in Italy. To refrain from sinful action is itself a religious act. Huna m a m I I REXALL Willis18 S700 N. MUKKAY AYKN17I rtltewtod -77 W Call For wd DeltTer Tour Pr. cripUon at No Addition! Cham One Source For All Your Needs! For The SYNAGOGUE HOME LIBRARY Everything Yes, Everything of Jewish Interest Book Greeting Cards Mezuzahs Prayer Shawls Israeli Giftware Esrogim and Lulavim MAIL LI BPS iinuiEW no ok sToni: 5128 West Center Street Hilltop 5-5210 Open Sunday Closed on Saturday lent n addition to describing condi-! suffered severely cut lips and loss ui icein. Madeline lost 24 upper teeth The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle Congregation Beth Israel CONSERVATIVE Anno u n ces High Holy Services at The Milwaukee Jewish Community Center Our Synagogue is in Hit process of construction Therefore services will he hcltl at the Auditorium and Kanjcr Hall Auditorium Traditional Services Reserved Spats $15 and $30 RAKBI KENNETH N EI MAN and CANTOR ZITKERMAN ROSII HASH AN AH Sunday, September 10. at 7:15 p.m. Monday and Tuesdav. September 11 and 12. at 7:30 a m. and YO.M KIPPl'R Kol Nidre. Tuesday, Sept. 19. at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 8:00 a.m. Karger Hall Parallel Services (In KnIish) RARHI ISRAEL FRIEDMAN and CANTOR AARON HOROWITZ ROSII HASHANAH Sunday. September 10. at 7:15 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. September 11 and 12. at 9:00 a m. and YOM KIPPCR Kol Nidre. Tuesday. Sept. 19. at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. at 9:00 a.m. Tickets May Be Obtained at the Svnagogue Office. 4600 N. Oakland Ave.. WOodruff 4-3290 AARON WEISS. President There Will Be Absolutely no Solicitation of Any Kind During the High Holy Days We I'se the Silverman Prayer Book while my daughter lost 5 uppers. Madeline s lower lip was cut badly; my daughter's upper lip was damaged. After three years of a plastic surgeries, my daughter's lip now looks normal. Madeline's lowre lip was not cut 1 as severely but required repair work and as I write this, she is re- ! leased from the hospital and ready to return to Paramount where she j stars opposite Yul Brynner and Sal M'.neo in "Escape from Zah-! rain." ! Madeline's lower lip was not cut j was born Madeline Roche in ; Washington. D. C. She has lived a ' 1 life very much like Marilyn Mon- ; roe, having attended 17 schools; ; from Washington to Los Angeles, j ; and has lived with aunts, was a 1 ward in a foster home, with her 1 ; mother. Mrs. Solomon, who died I ; last fall at the age of 43, and with ' her mother's three husbands. Until recently, she lived with her 1 1 father, Jerome Sampson, and was j driving her Italian sports roadster j on a mountain road here when she ; was involved in the tragic acci- j dent. ! It you will remember, I wrote an i item about Madlyn in this column ! when she was selected to appear in "Majority of One" opposite Rosa- , lind Russell. ; TONY CIRTIS CALLS me "Barnalla" . . . When Steve Allen '. was in the public eye as opposing lynching and capital punishment, he received a letter saying: "Keep your big Jewish nose out of our business." Steve told me: "If I could have met this nut, I would have told him I would love to be Jewish and only regret that I must deny oeing ot that faith which I admire so deeply." i'uhlmhed wwkly by the Wiaconiln Jrwljh Chronicle Publishing Company, at 120 E. Detroit Street. Milwaukee 2, Wtsconaln. Seeond-rlaM postage paid at Milwaukee. Wisconsin. Vol. H7 Auinifit 1 1. lliiil No. 2H Term of subscription: $fl.50 per year parable in advance. Delivered by mail only. A t ten tion Parents The United Hebrew Schools 5118 W. Burleigh St. (BETH AM CENTER) Is Now Enrolling Children for the 1961-62 School Year The Office is Open for Registration Register Early TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE For Information Call Hilltop 1-7790 Affiliated With Milwaukee Bureau of Jewish Education Dizon Paper Co. WHeleule Dirtricxrtor Oar 42nd Year INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONAL PAPER PRODUCTS TOWELS TISSUES TAPES WIAPPING IAGS BOXES CUPS - NAPKINS - TABtE COVER MIMEO - BOND DUPLICATOR MILWAUKEE MM N. Port WathiRftoa WO. 1-43T0 MADISON ton E. WasHirrarm Ave. Al. 7-11M Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol B'nai Sholom A CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE 5015 W. Center St. EMANUEL L. LIFSC1UTZ, Rabbi Hilltop 5-6136 MEYER SHISLER, Cantor Announces High Holiday Services SELICHOS SERVICES Saturday, September 2nd, at Midnight Rosh Hashanah Yom Kippur Sunday evening, September 10, at 6:45 Tuesday, September 19, at 6:30 p.m. p.m. Monday and Tuesday, September Wednesday, September 20, at 8:30 a.m. 11 and 12. at 8:30 a.m. PLAN NOW TO WORSHIP WITH US Memberships Available . . . $75 Per Family (Includes 2 Seats) Guest Seats Available In Limited Numbers . . . $10 $15 - $20 FULL FLEDGED MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES: Two seats for the High Holy Days in our air-conditioned Main Sanctuary. Free services for children ages 7 to '. in our Junior Congregation. Free Nursery service for the very young whose mothers are attending services. Free Sunday Schrol ami Adult Study Courses. Privilege to reserve seats in the Main Sanctuary for children age Y. and over. Personal services of the Rabbi and members of the staff. Special discounts for Bar and Ras Mitz-vahs and other social functions. The synagogue office will be open daily. Monday thru Friday M2 a.m., and Sunday morning !M2. Added Features: Soft-cushioned comfort seats; Prayer Rooks furnished no charge.

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