Dr. Lubin Appointed to Organize
New Israel Jewish Agency Office
The board of directors of the
Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc.,
announces the appointment of
Dr. Isador Lubin, distinguished
economist, administrator and
expert in government and in-
ternational affairs, to organize
its Jerusalem representative of-
Dr. Lubin, who will serve as
consultant to the NeW York
corporation, will spend the sum-
mer in Israel in order to work
out basic organizational pro-
cedures, methods of accounting
government posts in the fields
of labor, employment, public
works, and economic planning.
He has been the U.S. represen-
tative on the governing board of
the International Labor Or-
ganization; associate represen-
tative of the U.S., with the rank
of Minister, on the Allied
Reparations Commission in Mos-
cow at the end of World War II;
U.S. representative, with the
rank of Minister, to the UN's
Economic and Social Council;
member of the U.S. delegation
to the 7th session of the Gen-
eral Assembly of the UN;
special assistant to the Assistant
Secretary of State; chairman of
the N.Y. State Commission on
Refugees; Industrial Commis-
sioner, N.Y. State Department
of Labor; and advisor to many
government agencies and public
bodies. He is at present Arthur
T. Vanderbilt Professor of Pub-
lic Affairs at Rutgers Univer-
sity, New Brunswick, N.J.
Mass Conversion Ceremony
Development Marks Conducted in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — planning such marriages. Others
Greenfield Venture Beth
Sholem Synagogue an- said they were attracted to
Judaism because of its teach-
Greenfield Brothers recently nounced plans this week for a
changed the name of their busi- new class of prospective con- ings.
ceremony was conducted
ness firm from Golden Cracknel verts to Judaism after 10 wom- by The
Rabbis Morris V. Dembo-
Co. to that of Greenfield Noodle en and five men were accepted witz
and Morris S. Goodblatt.
as converts in services at the
and Specialty Co.
Conservative synagogue. The The two rabbis conducted an
Behind the change is a story new class will be started in the Institute of Judaism which the
converts attended for 15 weeks
that goes back almost a century. fall.
From 1866 until December of
The 15 converts were re- of instruction. They were given
last year, an item called crack- ceived into the faith in the Hebrew names in accordance
nels of egg biscuits was being first such group ceremony in with Jewish religious require-
manufactured in Detroit exclu- Philadelphia. A private cere- ments and received certificates
sively. Eugene, Harry, and Ern- mony was held first and then of admission to Judaism.
est Greenfield acquired the a public ritual followed. The
business, located at 600 Custer ceremony included the ritual Egyptian Spy Gets 6 Years
in Detroit, in 1948, and manu- immersion of the converts in
HAIFA. (JTA)—Ahmed Oth-
factured cracknels until recent- a pool in the synagogue. The mann, a native of Egypt, who
ly, when they sold their patent five men had previously under- was serving a term for espio-
rights to a New York concern. gone ritual circumcision.
nage, was sentenced in district
The group ranged in age court here to a six-year prison
In 1951, in order to take up
the slack in their factory, from youths in their twenties term for leading the breakout
Greenfields began making a to grandparents. Many of them at the Shatta Prison three years
quality egg noodle and egg far- were either married to Jews or ago.
fel. Greenfield's noodles and
farfel were so well received in
For the Best Deal on the
the Detroit market, that soon
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Greenfield began shipping to
Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Toledo,
Cincinnati, Baltimore, Minne-
apolis and a number of other
The demand for Greenfield
noodles continued to grow un-
A stamp bearing the legend til Greenfield brothers had to
"Champion of Liberty," issued discontinue the manufacture of
Assistant Sales Mgr.
General Sales Mgr.
by the U.S. Post Office in honor cracknels in order to devote all
of Thomas G. Masaryk, first their efforts and facilities to
president and founder of the the manufacture and sale of
Republic of Czechoslovakia, is Greenfield noodle products.
DR. ISADOR LUBIN
being barred from the mails by
Along with the s al e of
and reporting, liaison with the Czechoslovakia.
Jerusalem headquarters of the
An indignant Postmaster Gen- noodles, Greenfield brothers
Mich. Ave., Dearborn
Between Ford Rd.
world-wide Jewish Agency and eral Arthur Summerfield stated
other arrangements connected that mail carrying such stamps bution of kosher foods. Green-
with the new system of allocat- at first was returned to this fields now represent such na-
ing American Jewish philan- country marked "received with- tionally known companies as
thropic funds for the Jewish out stamps," and later "not ad- Streits, Horowitz - Margareten,
Rokeach, Croyden House, Tel
Old Phonographs Converted to Stereo
Agency's rehabilitation and re- mitted."
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settlement programs. He will
While a nation belonging to Aviv Imports, and others.
‘report on every aspect of the the Universal Postal Convention
Associated with E u g e n e,
.projects for which allocations is allowed to prohibit "objec- Harry, and Ernest Greenfield
are made by the New York tionable" mail from foreign are Abe Greenfield, a nephew,
corporation, as a basis for deci- countries, the Czechoslovakian and Lawrence Greenfield, son
sions on budget allocations government did not notify the of Harry.
which will be determined at a U.S. first, a universal obligation
Locally and throughout the
meeting of the Agency's board imposed upon members of the state of Michigan, Greenfield
to be held in Jerusalem this convention.
noodles are distributed by the
No explanation has been re- George A. Gardella Co.
Dr.. Lubin, a native of Wor-
A brilliant author, scholar
cester, Mass., has been a profes-
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"His dedication to the cause corded an all-time high for
of freedom for his own people capital investments during the
also led him to a recognition of first five months of 1960 when
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the merits of Zionism as a great a total of more than $48,000,000
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he, therefore, evaluated the
Jewish liberation movement by 000,000 invested in the same
stating: 'I see in Zionism a drop period of 1959 in 79 projects.
of oil of the Prophets'."
"In 1927 Kfar Masaryk, the
Masaryk Village, was _ estab-
lished in his honor In Palestine,
and he was named an honorary
citizen of Tel Aviv.
His support of Jewry and
Palestine was remunerated by
the Jews of America who sup-
ported him in his campaign for
a free Czechoslovakia. Thus was
sealed a link between his own
libertarian cause and that of
Among his friends were Mr.
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Israel Sends Delegates
to Orientalists Congress
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)
ber delegation from the He-
brew University here will rep-
resent Israel at the Internation-
al Congress of Orientalists to
be convened in Moscow next
month, it was announced here
Prof. Uriel Heyd, director of
the university's school of Ori-
ental -tudies, ~ill head the
delegation, which will also in-
cludes Dr. Yigael Yadin, pro-
fessor of archaeology at the uni-
versity and former chief of
staff of the Israel armed forces.
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