The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 15, 1955 · Page 8
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 8

Sandusky, Ohio
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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THE SANDUSKY REOISTEBSTARNEWS Thursday, npc^nibcr I,"I, 1SS5 Mrs. America Says Israeli Just Go On With Daily Taisks Mrs. Ramona Deitcmeyer of Lincoln, Neb., mother of five children, who wns selected as "Mrs. America" of 19^6 at Ellinor Village, Fla. after a nationwide contest, is touring Europe and the iVlid- dJe East, comparing notes with homemakors aliroad. Here is her story of hop \isit to Israel. B.v PAMONA DEITEMEYKR Written Expressly for INS JERUSALEM, Dec. 15— There .seems to be more fear In America and Europe that an Aral)-Israeli war miRht I break out than riffht here In I the backyard of the frontier I skirmishes. I visited a woman dressed in j tatters wiiose dilapidated house I shakily stands at the boundary line belwcen Jordan and Israel with barbed wire strung all i around her cluttered backyard. I She is actually the last rcsi- I dent of l .srael you can see beforci i you cross through the Mandle-; I baum Ciate, which Joins old I.Ferusalem, under Arab rule, witli i the Isi-acI go\criunent's ncu IJeriisalcni. I also had tea at (he ('|o;:;anlh- 'furnished suburban home of Mrs. Hanna Hcrlsoc;, wife of the chief rabhi of Isr.'iel, with such prominent Isr .'H 'lian wo'uen as Mrs. Paula Hon-fturion, wife of the l)riine minister; Mrs. (tcorgcs ,'\gif)ii, wife of the f.ord Mayor of .lerusalem; and Mrs Myriam Ma/or. wife of the minister of education, amoii!' otheis. And in lui instance wa-^ there an.\- mention of wai-. The Israelis just so about their daily tasks, with shop keepers now getting ready for fhaniikab, the feast of lights, eorrespondioR with the ("hristian's Cliri 'nas, ,\nd tliey can't seem to un- derst-vid why there i.s so much excitement aliroad about some border clashes wfiieli have l)een Koinp on in one form t>r another ever since tlic IN arniistifc «as signed. Wliile it was a.stoundiiig to me, it didu'l seem uimsual to ^9- year-old Rach(>l Mishale to hang lier wash on the liai'lied wires ill'.' Ii"r I okeii down brick lunro ;il 1(1 Reliov Saniuoll 1 l;in ;i \'ie. IMHIWM Samuel tlu'; ProphiM Slicel. Iinni the "no man's land" partition between .Fordan and Israel. She has nine children, ranging in age from 2 years to 21, seven of whom live with her and her printer husband, Abraham, In a bombcd-oiit homo on the border merly occupied by Arabs, for which they pay the Israelian enemy property commission, five pounds a month, or approximately $2..'in. The Mishales came to Israel 4'/i years ago from Morocco and are very religloas .Tews. Their oldest boy is a sergeant major in the army and another son lives in a kibbutz, or collective settlement. Mr. Mishale doesn't work steady and when he does he earas around $60 a month gross, with about one-third taken off for social security, taxes, etc. They are of course very, very poor by whatever standard you use, as arc a great many others who have come to Israel from /\sia, Africa and the East since 1948. The Israelis don't refer to these people as "immigrants" or "refuRces" but rather as "newcomers." While there \n still some food rationing In Israel it is not too stringent. Housewives arc permitted to buy one-quarter pound of meat per person each week although they can have all the chicken and turkey they desire Sugar is rationed to two pounds a month and coffee or tea at one quarter pound a month. Food prices are not too high. In keeping with income, ynd are controlled by the government. Servants charge around iSO a month and baby sitters receive 2^ cents an hour. Unlike what I found in man,? European citiea where the men feel It Is helow their diirnity to help the women around the house, here In Israel Just the opposite Is the case. Hebrew fathers are proud of their family life, and with chests held high, push baby carriages on the streets and in the parks and help with the dishes and even with washing and hanging the clothes on the line. Graduol IncrMM Reported On Pike Truck Traffic COLUMBUS, Dec. !."» (UP) Frank C. Dunbar. Jr., executive director of the Ohio TurnpH' , commission, said Wednesday the "steady Improvement" of truck traffic on he super toll road was "quite gratifying." Dunbar reported the volume had Increased gradually since the opening of the turnpike Oct. 1. He said a record high in truck revenues wa.s set Dec. 1 when tolls totaling $13,026 were collected. A record number of trucks, 4 ,895, pas.sed through the toll gates the previous day. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS CALLED WASTE OF MONEY COLUMBUS, Dec. 1.5 (INS) — A propo.sed overpass at the ,iunc- tion of Routes 23 and 159, four miles north of Chillicothe, was branded a "waste of public fiind.i" today by the privately- .supported Citizens Highway Committee. FRfii We are thoroughly convinced that the 'nt&w 1956 Capehart Tplovi.sion set is the finest in America today and we want to prove it t( vou. For the next 2 weeks we will demonstratt a new 1956 Capehart T'^levi.sion .set in youi Dwn home at absolutely no cost to you. If you are in the market for a new TV set stop in and see the new Capehart and let u> arrange for a Free Home Demonstration. WILLIAMS RADIO & TV Service is Part of Our Sales 217 Reese Si. Phons 2445 COME, VISIT SANTA Low-priced! 3-speed phonograph, in carrying case, you'd expect* to cost* more! $2 holds in Layaway! High-priced features: 2-tone gray washable Pyroxylin, luggage case, astatic tone arm 4'' I speaker! Plays 3.3 1/3, 45 and 78 rpm discs. M ^ F • 1 tube plus Selenium rectifier. Plastic-top Desk Distinctive Modern design in a single-pedestal style with sleek Ebony finish and a top that resists wear! Sale! 19.95 REG. WOULD BE 39.95 Wonderful gift at $20 savings . . . unbelievable at this price! Large 20x40" plastic top (Lime Oak finish) wipes clean with damp cloth, can't be harmed by alcohol, juices, hot liquids, cigarettes, I 'esists mars. Deep full-length drawer reverses right or left. Ebony finish, brass trim. Padded tubular chair, 5.95. RCA Victor More family-pleasure for less money! RCA Victor Console TV set hos oversize 21" picture, fine wood cabinet with new "Unmechonical Look!" 249.95 Price includes Excise Tax and parts warranty You'd expect to pay more . . . much more . . . for such a handsome console! It has plenty of exclusive RCA Victor features; "High-and-Easy" tuning, balanced- fidelity "Golden Throat"' sound, the famous oversiz* 21-inch "All Clear'' tube, aluminized for greater brilliance. Fine wood cabinet has mahogany-grain finish and the sleek new "Unmechanical Look" of concealed controls. NO DOWN PAYMENT on Lasall* Home Plan—and up lo 24 Months to pay for important home purchases! »E MATTRESS ALONE ... BUT A COMPLETEILEEP-SET! Hotel-Type Mattress Set Designed by famous-for-comfort Stearns & Foster, priced to save you $61! You get BOTH matlrssa and designed-lo-match box spring at this low pricel This is a mat- trc'ss-scM dosiqned with all the pei-snickety specifications that fine hotels demand! Mattress ha.s J;TI> t! iplf-tcmpcMfd stoel coils, Insuio cushion that banislies coii-fcel, ventilators that keep It, sturd\- probuilt bordeis and seal-edge design that just ree-fusc to break down loni ediie-siUmv;! Twin and full sizes in heavy-grade ticking . . , the whole set at a whop' -^f' Reg. Would Be $119 OCCASIONAL STYLES BY FAMED MOORiKlF-BEDFORD! Foam-cushioned Chairs • ^ Mi M 9 super-luxury styles in choice fabrics! priced to save you 21.50 each! Magnilu:eni chairs . . , types you'll want to own in pau 's to flank your fireside, make a con- \f•^^,^\l(.^ section or yive your TV-corner new comfort! All 9 styles are cushioned in d-e-e-p, luiMvaiii tu;tin liiat means yearts of comfort, years of shape-retention. Shown: exeeplionaUy !i,iiui>(iine ciiannel back with gracefully-curved wood frames, d-e-e-p lounge st.N le with frini^ed ti iin^ distintcive modern channel-back ... all in superb decorator-styled fabrics, many, many decorator colors. YOUR CHOICE Would Be 89.50 Each

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