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The Jewish Floridian ( May 18, 1956 )

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lbe\wiytUEIIiDiriidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY .Number 20 [^EL ECTED PRESIDENT frith Votes for Alliance mizations to Trouble Problems Around World GTON— A proposal to form a federation of Jewish organiwould act •consultatively" on world problems was considerwhen H'nai B'rith voted unanimously to participate in it. posal was made here at the B'nai B'rith triennial convention i Dutznick, who waf reelected by acclamation as president bnization. The success of the "experiment" would depend, on the participation of other major Jewish organizations throughout the" world. For the present, the participating organizaffipfiPH trt tions would discuss only questions IJIVvlvU lv on wn i cn (here "is agreement that they be dealt with." He added: "In the absence of such agreement, every organization can act on its own. No voting procedure will take place during a two-year trial period and decisions can only be reached by agreement." Secretary of State John Foster Dulles told the 1,000 delegates anil guests that there was some hope of reducing tension in the Middle East. He based this belief on the mission of t'nited Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammorskjold and Miami, Florida, Friday, May 18, 1956 Price 20 fmbassv Status to Israel Loan VGTON (JTA>—The ExBank is expected to ibly in the reasonably re on an Israel request ^000.000 loan to finance iiit of water resources the main Jordan River was indicated here by ties, which cnnlirmed that ration had been made. is an agency of the U.S. tot. 1 on the fact that "the Soviet Union P HILIP M. KLU TZNlCK^preside nt of B 'nai B'rith, hands cereingly aware of the monial trowel to Mrs"j5aTsy ^lonsky, of Los Angeles, at cornerstone-laying exercises of the new B'nai B'rith exhibit hall and building. Looking on are Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (left) and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver (right), who were the principal speakers at the event. The $1,300,000 "shrine to democracy" is being erected by the B'nai B'rith Henry Monsky Foundation. M. 1UDAH HUH national authority ; Effective Cease-Fire First Step to Peace, Dag Feels seems increasi dangerous consequences of reckless action, and has indicated that it too would be prepared to support a solution through the United Nations." The delegates took note of his triennial banquet address by passing a resolution favoringly "any honorable approach" that will bring peace to the Middle East. "whether through the good offices of the United Nations, the North Atlantic treaty Organization, or joint action by the Western democ racies." In other resolutions the B'nai „_.:_., i this week declared United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarsk• Bnth delegates warnea again, i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Securi y Council on his peace m j S M 0n to the!is persona non grata and cant enpermitting sectarian religious inM j (id | e g ast 'ter." But. Mrs. Eisenhower went doctrination in publis schools"; far off. but even partial • WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Eisenhower last week told newsmen at his press conference that Saudi Arabia does have "some rights" with respect to persons who enter United States bases there, because the bases do not have the same status as U.S. Embassies. The President also indicated that he had not heard that American Jews had been barr< <1 from serving at bases there and referred the question to the State Department. Replying to the initial question on the matter, the President said that he had known that "certain of our agreements accord to a nation where these bases are .situated the right to determine if an American RIGHTS SUBORDINATED NEWARK (JTA)—A charge that the State Department has subordinated the "rights of American citizenship to the expediencies of international bargaining," was made here by Phil Baum of the American Jewish Congress Legal Department. Addressing the Essex County chapters of the Greater Newark Women's Division of the AJC, Mr. Baum described various forms of Arab discrimination against American Jews, and noting especially the ban on American Jewish servicemen at the air base in Saudi Arabia, declared that acquiescing in this arrangement meant becoming "a party to the UNITED NATIONS (WNS>-If the cease-fire he recently concluded negation of the constitutional conbetween Israel and the Arab countries can be kept up. it would start a of re "8', us freedom and rel chain of reactions toward peace and ultimate Israel-Arab peace talks, | %  g ous privacy. ^ The final settlement," Hammarskjol cautioned, "is probably still on to add, "Now, I have never t of the United Nafar off. but even partial solutions*j heard this, that American Jews s, to the harrassing problems of the| ( he we i( a re of the peoples concerncannot go into our air bases. When the reporter explained tions and its specialized agencies, including UNESCOregion would be a contribution to mfab Opens on Personnel Crisis ng the Personnel Crisis in sh Schools" will be the i two-day regional conofficially opening at the Saturday. May 19, and ng win, workshop sessions Iwnference luncheon at the I hotel Sunday. [conference, co-sponsored by erican Association for Jew"uon and the Bureau of Education of Greater Mie fourth in a series of conferences convened hv the American Assn. throughouti the South and with recommendacheduled for has assumed critical proportions ed and to the peace of the world." The UN Secretary General con\ that eluded that the initiative tor peace must come from the Middle Eastern contries themselves and that no attempt should be made to im the same problem and %  next November in Washington, D.C. Over 300 delegates from Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and South Carolina are expected to attend. The conference will deal with the social and economic factors responsible for the present teacher shortage in Jewish schools, the current sources of teacher supply in not only in this area, but throughout the nation. Highlight of the weekend will be an address by Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director for the American Association for Jewish Education. Dr. Pilch is well-known in both educational and religious Continued on P9 8 B BH DEPUTIES SEND MEMORANDUM TO MOSCOW .... -_..wi„ m *nv families to be united. Pentagon had advised newsmen that Jews simply were never assigned there as a'result of private advisement by Saudi AraIbia, the President said he would Sde Diplomats here interpreted ment which "is where I get my this as a warning to the great nowexact information." He continued, ers not to meddle in the Middle. however, by referring t East without UN sanction. Speculation here centered on the possibility of a second "peace mission" to the Middle East by Hammarskjold in the wake of the report to the Security Council that bases do not have Embassy status and said, "We are not a sovereign there. Therefore, they do have some rights that you have got to accord them." PON (JTAi—The Board of Deputies of British ^martc public the memorandum it sent to lfk! n,ler Nlko,ai Bulganin and Communist I JNikita Khrushchev when the Soviet lcad*• Britain last month. The memorandum hh"! b> "'"'"* ,hal news h d reached British ihih' ewlaa Draver t* 00 ** h,d bcen pub lot* V S V '' Union, that new synagogues had r od and that for the first time in many V!* lsn s 'ngers and cantors had appeared at ^concerts. j 1 1 heartening feature of what may well ^ nd forward looking policy is the permis%  • number of Soviet citizens, now running rl hundreds, to join their relatives in ,he memorandum said. We^ JMJW^ otter' requirements of the Jewish religion. Gov Theodore R. McKeldin, of Maryland, at annual dinner in New York's Waldorf Astoria hotel Apr. 29. Recipients were cited for "outstanding individual contributions in epitomizing and advancing principles of human brotherhood." Brig. Gen. David Sarnotf, chairman of board of the Radio Corporation of America, first brotherhood award winner in 1951, presented leather bound citations in a special ceremony.



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Page 2 A +Je*isti fkrldttam Dr. Williams Given Convention *"• %  ** Award at Meeting Fr Dr. H. Franklin Williams (right 1 vice president of University of Miami, is presented with North Shore lodge. B'nai B'rith. annual award for "outstanding public service" by Jerome G. Greene, B'nai B'rith state vice president, at a banquet in the Fontainebleau hotel recently. Tifereth Israel Will Honor Officers Tiforoth Israel Norlhside CenPtadorieh H Mayer, Theodore tor will honor newly elected "Hi Peerlatein, Irving Querldo and Bar cers and members of the board ol rj /uckerman. lora during Pridaj evening Following arc Siaterhood offlAnn Harris, president: An To i I ire Mar-hall nette Eisenberg, first vice presiI 1 .... ...... .1 I... l.._ .1 .. ff— % % % %  %  n 1 • H. Comis, president; Dr Morton Terry, first i sident; eond \ ice president; dent; Sylvia Pearlstein, aecond vice president; Sadie Saul, third vice president; Sylvia First, treasurer; %  •' w ,x i" v -*wv ,<: I'i'-iTirni. .-,iv iu r ji x, iir.iMirer. Nat< surer; Kohert Hilda Srhwartztxrrg. financial 1 1 .............. it .... _. 1 :.,. i Dr. If. Franklin Williams, vice president it ImverMty <>f Miami, WM presented uith an award "for outstanding public service In the Miami community (luring 1955" by the North Shore lodge of B'nai B'rith at its installation dinner last week in the Fontainebleau hotel Sunday in the Fontainebleau hotel.Judge Milton Friedman, past B'nai B'rith State Federation president, was master of ceremonies and Installed newly elected officers ol the lodge. Jerome G. (Jreenc. state vice president of B'nai B'rith. made the annual presentation of awards. Nathaniel Glickman was inducted as president Other officers for the year 1956-1957 are S. George Berkley, president-elect; George Baltueh. David Fenton and Dr. Gerald Fishbein, vice presidents; Jack Wilson! Treasurer ;* Jerome G. (Ircene. chaplain; Arthur S. Ncmser. corresponding secretary; Dr. Enoch J. Saphffe. recording secretary; Alvin Trautenberg. financial secretary; Is'>u ran afford. \\ lie||ier orthodox, eoii-er\ jlivr, or reformed -eiviees are deoircd, Hi\fr>^ Beaeh provide* the attention of a friendly, experienced, underotandini Maff ana •padoua chapels vith faciliiiw to linn every family rcmiireinent. Indcr the personal supervision of: I*IM. Ri taaaac, ^fcWro aid oai Aoe Eit>otiic, Twmmtm RIVERSIDE-BEACH I MiMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI m:\ II I2S0 Normandy Drive • ( ^'<'" 5: ^., 1234 Wohinmon Avenue • Jt:ff"-"" '1850 Allan Rood • JEgerson 4-2l0 MIAMI Woal FUgJar and 20th Aonue • Mlamt W< 24 HOI R AMBULANCE Tom Burn*, F-DSERVICE %  RlvcroloV Mrmorlal J^H New Varl: 7Alh St. A Am-eroW,



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18,1956 +Jtni§ti thrMicin Page 3 A n a r en cJLetter rom ABE... I. P. MKVKAI Mr. and Mrs. Dade County Dade County, Florida Dear Friends: A. I'm sure you all know that my recent heart attack forced me to resign as Mayor of Miami and withdraw from political activity. However, our county is in grave danger and I cannot conscientiously idly sit by while a vicious political machine is preparing to regain control of the vast resources of Dade County. In the interest of good government, I should like to publicly state to every individual in Dade County that I am wholeheartedly supporting the campaign of Commissioner I. D. MacVicar who is seeking that post in the second primary election on May 29th and further to state that we cannot permit a conniving political machine to elect a puppet to accomplish their purpose. Commissioner MacVicar has indisputably proved his personal and official integrity through his ten years of dedicated service to Dade County and I strongly urge you to soberly consider his invaluable experience which is urgently needed in these critical times. Sincerely. AU AnwMMty Abe Aronovitz (Pd. Pol. Adv.) I I I ME AKONOVITZ



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Page 4 A ^KMorkmr wjenisli Meridian Published every Friday sines If 27 by the Jewish! Florldlan at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami l. F lonaa I Entered as second class matter July 4. 1930. at the Post| Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March S, 187 r, The Jewish Florldlan haa absorbed the Jewish UnltyrJ • nd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewisn Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arte Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Amor, lean Association of English -Jewish Nowspapsrs. Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E dit oi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editor OFFICF and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones FR 41141 FR 4-8212 The Jewtwb Plorl.llan doee not auarantee the Kaahdoea not guarantee the 1 rlvertlnerl In Its rolums. null of the merchandise a 8USC.PTION RATES: One Year 300 Two Yaara W.M Si van 8. 5716 Volume 30 Number 20 Friday. May 18, 1956 Philip Klutznick Reelected Let's Put a Stop to it Philip Klutznick's reelection to presidency of B'nai B'rith indicates the world organization's iaith in his past activities and leadership. B'nai B'rith has for a long time been a voice with which to reckon both on the national and international scenes. Klutznick has a long record of public service in behalf of Jewry, dating back to the early Roosevelt administrations. As president of B'nai B'rith. he raised the organization's significance to great heigh Especially during the last three years, American Jewry's entree to inner Washington circles has been slight, to say the least. Among other leaders, Klutznick's name has been paramount in the tactically difficult problems involved in bringing to the attention of our government the causes near to the hearts of us all. He has had frequent personal contact with Secretary of State Dullesfrequent in light of the unfortunately attenuated relationship between American Jewry and Washington's upper echelons during the past few years. On most occasions these contacts have been fruitful in bridging the gap. Klutznick's reelection at this time came simultaneously with a B'nai B'rith proposal to form a federation of Jewish organizations that will act in consultative fashion on world problems. The creative and energetic nature of his spirit symbolizes this latest move in behalf of the world's oldest and largest fraternal Jewish order ever to be vigilant in regard to Jewry's and humanity's best interests. One Failure Breeds Another We don't like laboring a point. But sometimes it is necessary—especially when the issue with which we are concerned goes continually horn bad to worse. We refer here to the Hammarskjold report. When the UN secretary general told the Security Council that he had achieved the first step toward peace in the Middle East, he must surely have been embarrassed by Israel's latest announcements of battles on her borders with recalcitrants Jordanian and Arab infiltrators. Latest rumor is that Hammarskjold will make another trip to the Near East soon. If the United Nations is to achieve peace in the trouble spot, its emissary will have once and for all to settle two issues. These are the continuing failure on the part of the Arab nations to recognize the national and territorial integrity of the State of Israel and the illegal blockade of the Suez Canal. Barring a reversal of these conditions, there can be no peace—no sound future for Israel or the Arab peoples. For the failure to recognize Israel's integrity and to bring to a close the Suez blockade demonstrates effectively, in turn, the Arab failure to respect the United Nations and the peoples of the world who are its members. The Season for Awards This is the season once again for the many book awards given by various Jewish organizations and individuals to top writers. Among these are the Louis Lamed Awards and the four prizes for 1955's best works of Jewish interest contributed by the Jewish Book Council of America. In the face of the multitudinous problems besetting Jewry today, its leaders still take time out to recognize the artistic achievement of novelists, poets and playwrights. We would welcome similar activity on the part of peoples and groups elsewhere in our nation and abroad. For such activity indicates concern for the highest principles of human endeavor, emphasizes the similarity of universal human ideals and shows differences to be a matter on which only the bigot and the 11informed thrive. President Eisenhower has told newsmen that the Saudi Arabians have "some rights" in the matter of barring Jews from service at American bases there. The President's explanation is based on the fact, as he puts it, that military bases do not have the same status as foreign embassies. We suppose this would imply our governent's stern insistence on the principle that we nd all other nations—have no right to inter fere with the internal governmental policies of powers abroad. This principle has historically proven to be in the worst interest of the free peoples of the world. But we would be inclined, nonetheless, to support it on the basis that our neighbors' business is not our own. However, the history of our foreign policy during the past twenty years clearly indicates that we have ignored this principle time and time again when we felt that the trend of internal events of other nations might affect us adversely. Our role in putting down the Guatemala revolution is a case in point. Our role in the quarrel between maverick Chiang Kai-Shek and Red China is another example. Our identification with the French in Indochina and North Africa, with the British in Transjordan, Cyprus and Ceylon—these are further examples of American willingness to ignore the hands-off principle. The President's remark to newsmen is therefore lacking in good taste and judgment. In addition, it silently encourages the Arabs to look upon American Jewry as a second-class citizenry without the rights and privileges accorded all Americans everywhere. Finally, it skirts an even more fundamental issue—the fact that the Stars and Stripes are forbidden by Saudi Arabia to be flown over American bases there and that Americans are denied the freedom to practice their religions in accordance with their consciences because all these things are reprehensible to Arab nationalist and spiritual impulses. How much are we going to let them push us around, and how long will the present Administration remain silent in the face of such obvious insults to our integrity as a truly free and democratic people? '/r*—. I LOTS Of OBSTACLES STILL LIFT During The Week ... %  y LEO MINDLIN %  THE FAT'S in the fire and will soon be ponnin„ their speech mechanisms to say auinm ?•' andid want to hear. Why the Republicans are pl a 2 "> h < tins Presidential election year is beyond me?,* na,i n; recall the ignominious Dewey defeat of IQJ m ">* McCormick and Time magazine rolled off th hen c news event which was never destined to tak i Presv v ,h feel sore of victory. IaKp P'ace. Nori Its simply that the Republicans believe ntu to Mr. Eisenhower himself-will disloX th nolhln MJ from the White House. The national convention ^i*" 1 A 4 frill—a "boys' time away from home." The re ** *' is the American people themselves—the peon| e '< S n f r moment of comfort and their total unawarenes^^T C on fundamental failure. ess of ,h e Ad ernmental activity about which most voters have li, understanding. To employ an ancient Hooverism b people" are inundated by a multiplicity „f chick !" autos in our garages, we give a fig for nothing else v,\ was a principle issue in 1948 and 1952. It should h. a importance in 1956. But Republican spokesmen-.!,' 11 failure in this regard—have ruled that it Mill not Only several months ago, Secretary of State Dull.. J not to permit foreign relations to become a "wliiiiTJ coming campaign. 1 00tl Ik CCORDING TO Mr. Dulles, indictment of Rewbfci ** would indicate to the world at large a lack of is hypnotized are we by the untouchable Eisenhower nameta 1 fallen victim to this plea. But the fact is that the Renu'h selves, will be operating full blast in this arena come -\d Russian military men Marshals Zhukov and Konev •he! war year friends, are rumored preparing for a visit to WJ of course, along about July or August. The symbolism here is excessively sweet—som too much candy. Such a visit will demonstrate Mr "ability" to "deal" with the Russians whenever he has an. It will all be carried off well because, politically naive | major interest in foreign policy is to keep tins nation oil certainly an admirable motive but hardly sufficient, in itj antee the peace we heartily seek. In effect, the visit of Zhukov and Konev will show that! hower can walk right into the Red Bearmouth and charm 1 own grounds. This feat will be employed by the Republl example of a "repeat performance"—with full reference tol dent's trip to Korea and his "settlement" of the war there J regard to the fact that the Korean action was well on its wij elusion in the waning days of President Truman's office. The tragedy is that only Americans can fall prey to i hack politicking. The tragedy is that they will not recognize I dealing here in foreign policy terms—terms which the State sought to deny them several months ago and which i tration is now preparing to use in order to turn failure into 1 THE BLESSINGS OF JEWRY UPON HIM R. DULLES last week appeared on the rostrum of convention in Washington. He had just returned fren foreign ministers' meeting in Paris and employed the rostr rtidio report to the nation. The initial B'nai B'rith invitati Dulles was shocking, because it indicated little regard fort both Israeli officials and American Jews concerned for uj Israel in the Republican scheme of things have been virtuai entrance to the White House since 1953. Few B'nai B'rith leaders apparently cared that a sudd can acceptance of the Jewish plea for recognition by the i ington circle was not a change of Administration heart but a| move designed to allay angry Jewish [eelinf Some of thought Mr. Dulles would be put on the spot in the matter ( I~rael— would have to make at least a semblance of a sympatl ment in this regard. But the Big Three attitude as expressed in Paris preeM possibility. By announcing that peace in the Middle Easts for the UN, the Tripartite signatories there withdreww than before from the commitments into which they entered May, 1950 declaration. Thus. Israel was once again sharply pro-Arab State Department—a State Department fit of Presidential leadership. It Is a travesty on justice that the architect of W DW have been conveniently offered the rostrum of an •" %  ". organization from which to say absolutely nothing a I impression to the nation at large that, despite everyi""*"] of American Jewry were upon him. nh.Mil W HO KNOWS? These blessings may very well oe Miami is a perfect example of Jewish schiznphmua"' politics. I shudder to think of the number ol ^ ^" n ] port the Republican Administration next N )veml *Li J helped put it into office in 1952. Many of them• '""JJ Zionists. But what, after all. has Israel to d chickens and autos? Then, of course, there are the numerous jewisn. as members of the Dade County Council on Comfuosj. ^ ^ enthusiastically in behalf of the Supreme (ung )blfl ,l isms at this time. Anything goes—it necdnt ** mn(< &4 Eisenhower—so mastermind Leonard Hall hupeM a Hadassah Medical Org a ni.on "^ r: "What's it all about? Ivegot" briefed him AM* minutes I campaigning in any case. But two ^ !" £*J*. fefj.M preparing to visit Miami this very month une jj^ti will have many urgent, intense things to say. ul another visit here several years ago. .. g un( )j In an automobile on Indian CNek^dr._j* e l i$&, going to address a queried anxiously: you know." In a matter of several amutca, fS —io %  function, he passed out prepared press r. -lessor ^ ^ speech on the floor of the Senate that Keiau ^ ^ read into the Congressional Record, in c r t0 do •** made to Israel and which had nothing whatm medicine or the Hadassah Medical 0rRanl ?f'} ver bet*l "I am M thrilled at being h. K ; „ y ,ndf "that I am discarding the talk I prepared on*. ^.. you extemporaneously on a matter dear t" m J\ iM (greVJ A valuable thing this oil-on which KfP" many campaigners operate admirably these w



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_ +JeUi>n*ri*M^ Jters to the Editor *£t been dkd to %  ^ue in which he fee" ^ ,BM h IStotainl a 'La" J5*or layman to KIbor-h.P in rehgioua KVns of deviatloniSl Etfticle further contt%  ROB and mnucndoe* it orthodoKT l fotual nature, couchC irhich have long alii ?(1 • u „ Uncth '; Xhe under Mn!' s! %  roatKLM ;,. i un qun Lu'pora< l' vidu ,,| rm > such ban i !• Mr Mindlin saw fit (such a statement, then the lakes Third as President ifcr, local hotel operator, .„ ;iou-. leader, was elected president of i Academy for a third [special board (if directors meek in the Academy I selected to serve with honorary presiL David S. Andron: chairtjve committee. Harry jorary vice president*, „Frutchman. Harry Lev[olman Luna; vice pfesf-[ Satin, Samuel Rein-1 Ba-ch. Raymond RuFirtel. Daniel Broad, lerg. Max Ramiel, Morland Jacob Kaufman. Samuel M. Grundggrer, Sidney Rubinal secretary, Harry I recording secretary, Lsi. auditor. Sol Goldptspondin; secretary, burg: medical advisor, tjhkonky. I elected to the board are ml Samuel J. Halperin, llesselman. Isadore KramMerwitzer. Moses H. Jacob Katz. Oscar [Joseph Shapiro and Mor(elected trustees are Leo IB.Jacnbson Al Kevelson i Kramer. public record such a pronouncement or publicly apologize to the rabbis, each one of whom is an honored member of the Rabbinical Council of America. Rabbi Simon April Rabbi Arie Becker Rabbi Alexander S Gro Rabbi Jonah F:. Caplan Rabbi Louis Rothman Rabbi Joseph K Rackovsky Rabbi Tibor H Stern Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.-ky Edifor, The Jewish Floridian: Thought Mr. Leo Mindlin a article in May 11 Issue was excellent. JERRY CARVER 1 amp li§h Lam I '• lays & Girls [ SB8ING FLORIDA pt from Miami. You ean| child every weekend.] ind land (ports InhorMbick riding. MalupiMe Half. Th only| Mmp m Florida that ii W'ted member of Amar-J imping Asm. JKB ENROLLMENT |2 H 0NE NE 5.3*42 Beth Sholom Will Honor Kelemer Temple Beth Sholom will hold a dinner to honor Cantor Samuel Kelemer on the occasion of his lentft anniversary with the Tempi.on Saturday evening. May 26 at the Seville hotel, according to an announcement by Ralph Bpero Temple president. "< antor Kelemer has enriched our services with Wi beautifully trained voice and his inspir'" | interpretations of the traditional liturgy," Spero laid. A child cantonal prodigy, Cantor Kleiner is today one ol the leadof the newlj organized American Conference of Certified Can torsponsored by I he Hebrew Union School ,,i Sacred Music. "Deeplj concerned with the dej velopmenl of Jewish music, Cantor Kelemer is one of the founders of the Greater Miami Jewish Music Council and he has developed our terhood choral group and our religious school choirs so that tln> can render both the old classics and the newly-created music of the Jewish people to the utmost delight and inspiration of our con-1 gregation. We are delighted with this opportunity to pay tribute to our cantor." Spero added. Chairman of the function is Leon jJ. Ell, immediate past president of the congregation. Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president I of the PTA, Mrs. Barry Cameron, | Sisterhood vice president, Jacob C. I Fishman. David D. Pollack and James M. Albert, of the Temple's board of directors, make up the other members of the committee. Page 5 A CROWN FENCE • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN UNI WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP & DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 # i .o. I wish to thank my friends and many unknown supporters for giving me their encouraging vote at the polls on primary day. Sincerely, Anna Brenner Meyers i Til. Pol. Adv.) .1 MAKE THIS SUMMER "REAL COOLS" CANTOK SAMUtl KlfMEl tan yaars af service up Sky Top 'WYS4GIRIS I> THE BEAUTIFUL WDGE MOUNTAINS I* W8TH CAROUNA Anderson Miller •""wr-Director J N .W.38thTfrract Miami Springs "•ONE TU 8 9704 1 4 4 < 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 Adversities Highlighted Sixth lecture in a series on "The Art of Living" will be mven by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct. Topic will be "Capitalize on Your adversities." Question and answer period follows. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES coll for STRONGER Yet SAFER AN AC IN Won't Upeat Tfce Stomach fmtur raliaf from pa.n of ••£ | M Sam* Ownership Since 1M [^omp Osceola L ,. F 0R Mrs AN* fthHS r T' Sllw l **. Hm She*. 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Page 6 A +Jmlst>nor*McMi have a truly luxurious wedding fashion show banquet at the exciting new... Fabulous elegance at sensible prices! Because of our matchless facilities, and experienced management : and expertly trained staff, we can *A serve any event for much less than you could Imagine' Yet you will enjoy all the glamour • and excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel! And remember-here at the Seville— luncheon for ten or a banquet lor over a thousand can be served with the same gracious ease 1 Caasilt as saan PHONE Ml. HARFEMIST Citennj Maoafer Seville aim Sfri'cfly Kosher Catering JEHerson 2-2611 OCEANFRONT. 29th TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH a| Have that £ Business Meeting, + Banquet, or ^ 9 JAY HESS Miami Youth Wins UM Scholarship Jay Rnice Hess, son of Mr. and Mrs David Hess, of 2190 SW 10th st., last week won a fully paid scholarship to the University of Miami, which was presented to him In the Miami (ivitan club, at a luncheon in the McAllister hotel. Jay, who is a 17-year-old senior at Miami Senior High School, mm the award for his essay on "Citizenship for World Understanding" which was chosen from among 3.000 eeaeya submitted by students in eight senior high school*. He is also an accomplished pianist, having appeared on stage, radio and television throughout Florida. He holds the title of "Mr. Television, Junior" which he recently won in a contest sponsored by station W'l'VJ, and has also been presented with the "Ner Tamid" medal, highest religious Boy Scout award. He plans to prepare for a career in medicine. yj "HALF BLOCK FROM PLAYHOUSE THE A ^ CANDLE-LIGHT 3131 COMMOOOII PU2A, COCONUT BjaL' 4:30 to 10 p.m. wo, 'l Dinner Strvin PRIVATI PARTY ROOMS FOR BAMOUm PUNTY OF FREE PARKING FOR RESERVATIONS CALL HI 82m Mf Six* Cekf.il, m Steaks, Ckoo. on i $,. fMdl (U FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM $1*$ Uiv arseilUs HOTEL CATSMN FOR All OCCAla • *.-.!„„ | fr( Strictly Kesfcer Rabbinical Supervision Tradition Shevuotli l>iiiu, T *Q ALW TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIOHT DINNER U WITH COMPLIMENTARY WINE On the Ocean — 1741 Collins Avenue Miami free f.rfci-f Air Conditioned ROOM I 7th ON TH( OCEAN MIAMI BEACH Miami Bcic SUPERB DINING PLUS 41 Dinner Music rf SID LEWIS I ORCHESTRA Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I OPEN £V£*YOAY w,AM it t I. S*bt T fA.M 1trJ0*M. f !f% KM MARRIAGE CUSTOMS AMD TRADITIONS : ^ __.—_ C*lVtT OlkllLimO (OHMVV i BEEF ,d BIRD Tear Nests ... rear 'RooW Joe Cohen & Manny toff (If BEEF and BIRD ft tht Mtirt Family .. A StlectiM for $3.95 none hightr \ THI onta inebl eau' HOTEL has added a strictly kosher kitchen and service to their banquet facilities Mf For information call Kosher Catering Department JE a-8811 44th AND COLLINS AVE. Cover page of a new booklet describing emotionally rich and beautiful customs and rituals of the Jewish wedding. Booklet was prepared by Ruth Jacobs, writer for Jewish newspapers, radio and television. Published by the Joseph Jacobs Organization for Calvert Distillers Co., a free copy is yours for the asking at: Tubie Resnik, Calvert Distillers Co., 305 Lexington Ave., New York 17. N.Y. Arthur Wilde's Seafood Harbor ON THE OCEAN AT 193rd ST. (THE IDEAL RESTAURANT) COMPLETE MEAT or POULTRY II 3 8 DINNER front %  COMPLETE SUFWD DINNER H*j from I ROAST PRIMI RIBS of BEEr %4* DINNER •• WHOLE OROILEO MAINE LOBSTER W DINNER •• CHIIDKH'S DIHHER .97 DELICIOUS HOME COOKED MEALS Of IN i WIIK DAYS .. 4:10-10 00 1 SUNDAY 1 10-10=00 CfcMtf*••?< FHONB I16-J55I



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KMMay '9. 'M6 iai Names Three >w Trustees Here fl, e ilection of three new mem^^mdore Hecht, Sam Host and irl SuBikind—for one-year terms Ihe hoard of trustees of Mount [inai Hospital was announced ,ttntlv by Max Orovitz, presiC of the hospital. (The election took place at Mount nai's annual meeting Apr. 26 at p h>< pital. which is raising foOO.000 for a new 300 bed struc[Abreham Goodman and Benjai Ka'e were elevated to the poj)n of lif p trustee, while board Lnber reflected for three-year i included Moses Ginsberg, Im A. Golstein, Aaron Kanner, upey I/'fcourt. J. Gerald Lewis, Bj C Myers. Sam Resnick. £n B. Buskin, Arthur Ungar and onard A. Wien. with currently continuterms are Leonard Abes*. duel Blank Samuel Friedland, \ Loui(Jlasser, Dr. Morris iman. Leon U Jacobs. Howard kS. (' I.evenson, chairman of [year's nominating committee. Hie Uberman, life trustee, Jo| Upton, Baron de -Hirsch *r, Max Orovitz, David PhilJoseph Rose, Herbert Scher, Sher. William D. Singer, Sirkin life trustee. 'Joseph Rein. Carl Weinkle. Louis E. Jbon. Mitchell Wolf son and iiuel Gertner, Mount Sinai execkt director, ex officio. ***** FhrSJtor Page 7 A Community Leaders Named to Group Samuel N. Friedland, Harry A. i Greenberg and George J. Talianoff! have been elected to the national %  sponsors committee of the nation-1 wide "Back to the Synagogue"! movement headed by such eminent Americans as Sen. Herbert H % Leh! man, Roger Straus and Admiral Lewis L. Strauss. The "Back to the Synagogue" movement is sponsored by the Synagogue Council of America, central national organization representing the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform rabbinic and congregational bodies of Judaism. The newly-launched drive is the first co-. ordinated and comprehensive program sponsored by the Synagogue Council "to stimulate increased Synagogue affiliation and attendance among the nation's 5,500,000 Jewish men and women and thus to contribute to the role of religion in general American life." SAM HOST iVal Pledges He fill Support Collins irvie DuVal. candidate for the legislature. Wednesday aned he would "support GovBy Collins and the Dade deleIon in the next session of the itire if I am elected in the lary runoff May 29." I comment ins: on Collins' sweep^victory in the first primary. ?aid. "Gov. Collins' unpreBted vote demonstrates the ndous confidence that the have in him to guide the %  H nf our ereat state for the I lour years. If elected as state tentative in Group 1 from county. [ will give him my phearted support and cooperan bis legislative program." nVal added that he would n %  a team with Sen. Joe jo and Rep>. John B. Orr, Jr.. [Cliff Herrell to give Dade K the best legislative team M1AMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-343*f IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director %  V! is a pioneer resident of Mtunty and a descendant of %  > P DuVal. Florida's first !" As a former judge and t state attorney, he advo"thanees in our criminal Particularly those dealing |uie child molester, sex devi>vert and .shoplifter." t-Oranada Holds Confirmation Jw Granada Jewish Corncenter Sunday school held j" con '"-mation Wednesday "*rved the lath anniversary L lin der. principal of the if T US HONOR OUR BIMtD ONES W WE IEUEVE IN THE ETERNITY OF THE SOUL WE MUST PRACTICE THE SACRED TRADITION Of "TAMiARA" "The Ritual Preparation of the Deceased" Pkmu Request on Official CERTIFICATE from flic GREATER MIAMI CHEVRA KADISHA and CHESED SHEL EMES It is mandatory to make the TAHARA before the body is shipped away tvery Traditional Rabbi Urgently Requests the Public to Cooperate with the Chevra Kadisha FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND SERVICE CALL I. Schwartz, Chairman, Ritual Committee Ph. 82-3117 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 'Miami's Leading Serving the Jewish MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Memorial Dealers" Community Since 1921 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I CATtKIMG EXCLUSIVELY TO THE IVNISH CLIENTELE CRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save I All Monuments Custom Made in Our Own Shops Within 3 Oays I 0 r'WWW"'WW> MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES 5505 N.W. 3rd it, the •-WWA^WV PhoM MO 1-8201 3277 • 79 • 81 SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Next to Corner at 33rd Avenue PHONES: j HI A-S922 HI 4-5921 nnds ^e Nancy Tauber. DrutzT SUSan StiUer B <"" K a nil r '" ra Travers R osa r aml Joanne Lubin. !i H<,i v onduc,ed th *n R I" f ,hp ceremony. C!!^yMrs. p au ] Draizar. mart! • i* :IK. Courteous Efficient MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL V MVINII ANO LOAN AmOOC.AT.ON', %  %  %  I i Dignified Service j j NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME H formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. [Newman Funeral Director ;; 1333 DADE BOULEVARD I Phone JE 1-7677 % %



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f May 18. 1956 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Jmi9i,nnr+m+ AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle tea. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. ,. ,. ,, m. Saturday *:J -in hYi.m Threaten..I BJSfK" I-lain I" -Kthl.-M of tlM J"tr. %  • %  ••' %  ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava. Conservative. Rabbi Raakov Rosenbrg. C*ntor William W.'Lipson. .n s;i" i''" Harmon: "JuilalMii .' | in Honor of ninth ,,f itlrth of NMrmirKl iv.iiil S;il rd.n '.' a.m. liar Miiz r.n.. eon of Mr. and Mrs %  "'. • • BETH EL. 500 SW 17Mi ava. OrI thodox. Rabbi Shmaryaho T. SwirLky. Cantor Louis Gartanhaus. Saturday S:J0 a.m. v M.iM.i ..r Deflnitionx." IjanJoi '" •' %  '"• Talmud Ojivea I • a BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th ||Vt. • • • BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava. (Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis RortSaturday I Id .. m .,„ : i ; ;ill\ Mira. < "I.IMM 111 %  •:.!• %  .. 10 p.m. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washingon ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Ittrn. Cantor Maurica Mamchos. ii |i in. Saturday S::io a.m. on: •!.• i I Mil i'|, iiur Peoph • BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd Orthodox. Rabbi Ario Backer. • • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Reckov1:45 |i in. Saturday S-30 a.mi I Kinaihflit) Hal %  n II i p.m.: "M BO M.o l>. IM M v • FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW pi. Consarvativo. Rabbi Lao urn. I ; %  n Saturday 9 a.m. per"Wr>k!\ l'.r( i. Rai Mltsvuh n ol Mr. and Mra. Sannul %  Sfela. dai. p.^ #W i V# Pf u *r•W-. Reform. Rabbi M.riu, R.„. • MONTICELL0 PARK. 164th st R n .bb. N E "f "•• ***£& Rabbi Isaac Larar. Krl.lav :15 ,, „, s '•"" %  ii. "I-,..,,, CANDUUGHTING TIME Sivan 8 — 6:44 pan. 4* nlty to II.. .. • s „, .,,,,, • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Barela Kelamer • • • NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Hanry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neo. ii.ni. Sermon: "This i Page 9 A Two Will be Confirmed At Zamora Center Services Miss Harriet Ostrie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostrie. and Miss Sharon Press, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Press, will be confirmed by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz at Saturday morning serv-i ance ices May 19. Both Harriet and Sharon are students at Hebrew HiKh School of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Study Group Meets American Assn. Study Group of United Nations Assn. here met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Anna Weiss, 6020 Indian Creek dr. Speaker was Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink in a discussion of technical assistNew President Officiates Flakier Granada Jewish Community Center Women's Group met at the Center, with Mrs. Harry Hirsh. newly installed president officiating. Thanks Beach Voters Faris N. Cowart, District 1 county commission candidate, this week toured Miami Beach to thank voters and supporters for their "splendid vote of confidence." Kriil;. 1 'milii in." 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FYldaj ervlcei hold in Sunset i;i.-. mem IM>I s :o i, m • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. lion and board member of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. RE WEAVING OF MOTH HOLES, BURNS AND TEARS. Special service far cleaners. Call after 1 p.m. 2350 N.W. 60th St. NE 5-5517. FREE ESTIMATES SPRAY PAINT YOUR BUILDING as low as $79 ROOFS as low as $49 Masonry, Tile Work, complete building maintenance. American Homo Improvement JE 2-2138 RENT A CAR $15 ppr Week plus 5c par Mile Beit For Less BEN'S RENTALS 1451 W. FLAGLER — Ph. FR'3-6765 Pickup Miami and Beach TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 „ • .... NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor /Wner COn W t W C W Center Ban Grossberg. CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320 £lermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris | ip Brummer. >op. Cantor Irving Robinson. on: "Th.Hapothers." Hatui ;•"' svah S!.|ih'n. m> Mr .m.I Mi Hal i j l>wor.kin. • • HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th Orthodox. 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American Medical Center, sponsored a "Jamboree" Sunday evening in the Coronation room ot the Empress hotel. Mrs. Morris Goluskin, chairman, £*" J 0U R "DOING OVER t-8JBr announced there were games and SfiR?^" C0 ."?^ TuiSlj 1 cards. Committee members were the Mesdames H. Schoenfeld, L. Hotel, Motel, Apartment House & Home Owners— DADE REST RESORT Permanent Home for Blind. Chronic, Convalescent and Hard-to-Manage Aged Persons. 1389 N. W. 7tfc STREET Phones 9-7636 A FR 3-0579 TOM SPAGN0L0 Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Conen Fifth Avenue, New York City 1654 LENOX AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423 Cantor Jacob Bornsteirv Ki Iday eel vice* • IS p.in. • • TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami. P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Reform. ". P 111 ill I '.i! p.Mil. I -' I I.I II, Itial at. .in.i NK "iih sve. Mil/. A. Schwarts, A. Denom, M. Puncher, D. Lieberman, P. Goldliluin and S. Cohen. Mrs. Schoenfeld and Mrs. Springer were in charge of information. 5720 SW 17th Rabbi Alfred |. m. i P. • • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW f r. Conservative. Rabbi MorW*livsky. Cantor Samuel f*ow. • • | pNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah '• Cantor Abraham So if. irday 8 so .m. •t'* 1 %  ; p.in BACHELOR s. l!!* 1 ?! 2 "'" cemfertefcle J 'trc.bly with private en'Hiiikit i, ,k -o,, •••••* &f &f TEMPLE ZION. st. Conservative. Wax man. Pi Ida) ( 10 %  nd S I0> p at, Hal in da i • n.ni Sermon: "fSreal Men In Israel.' SubUilh nchnol :3(i a.m • • • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.l Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert Glantx. I i i.i.n s: 15 p in. s.iiii.'ii: "The Hap| M.II i lage htetunla) S a m, s. 11 "In till' Si-1 V Li.'I 'l."l • • • TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave. American Judaism. Rabbi Abraham Cassel. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph Brill. 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Page 10 A +Jewisi>fk>rkUar Fr >day. May i 8 SAUL CARSON — Our Poor State Department-How it Does Dreadfully Sufh BIBLE AND SWORD. England and Palestin* from the Bronx* Age to Balfour. By Barbara W. Tuchmm. 268 pp. New York: New York University Press. $5.00. By HILARY MINDLIN PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST fascinating aspects of history comes through the chronicler's consciousness of irony and historical, if not poetical, justice, in a tale fully told. Such a poetic sense, fired by emotion, tempered by a cold bath of fact, and whetted to a fine point by the ceaseless grind of study, acts like a scalpel on the body of history: it cuts out dessicated matter and reveals the living flesh in its raw and naked grandeur. It is not often that one reads history which flames so redly into life, not is it. in fact, often that a 4ale can be told with any degree of fullness. In the phenomenon of the State of Israel is a story which is, in one sense, complete. Mrs. Tuchman. who has the dual advantage of a concluded segment of history and a skilled sensitivity, has done a job so splendid as to give the lie to Aristotle's estimation of History as compared with Poetry. Mrs. Tuchmans thesis is that Britain's Palestine Mandate and the Balfour Declaration were the logical and almost inevitable result of religious and political motives whose origins lie far back in the fogs of British history—as far back as England's Stone Age ancestors. The importance of the English Bible to the English is one stream of the British conscience; why. asked Welsh writer John Cowper Powys, "have the English a 'mania' for the Old Testament, and why is it that 'our Anglo-Celtic race has come to find its individual religion in Jewish emotion and Jewish imagination as nowhere else?'" Mrs. Tuchman goes on to say that "a single God and a chosen people who are the transmitters of His message and who try, however imperfectly, to live by it—in these terms generation after generation of English came to know the Book." Even England's change to Anglicanism, sometime during the stormy 16th century, contributed to the tradition, for. in their constant struggle to challenge Rome's authority, the British leaned more heavily than ever on their own spiritual roots and claims in the Holy Land. The Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury. whose real to restore the Jews to Palestine and so fulfill Biblical prophecy and pave the way for the Second Coming of the Christian messiah, was himself a product of English feeling about the Jews and the Bible; ironically, it never struck the good Lord that if Jews were difficult to convert in the midst of homelessness and persecution, it would hardly be easier in the shadow of Mt. Zion. But his efforts, and Napoleon's proclamation promising to return Israel (which, though a military stratagem, set the pattern, for ••whenever the powers fell to fighting in the Middle East someone would propose the restoration of Israel"), and Disraeli's strange Jewish nationalism worked together to shake the Jews into the realization that they could "act as their own Messiah," instead of waiting for Divine intervention. Disraeli's purchase, on a loan from Lord Rothschild, of the Suez Canal, was the one act which made "inevitable the British conquest of Palestine forty years later," when the Balfour Declaration "allowed Britain to acquire the Holy Land with a good conscience." Subsequently, of course. Bevin reneged, and the last pages of the story are bitterly well known to Jews. Dor-, Imel, ihfri txist today because of thr Bntnh or in spit* of the BntiaV As m the American colonies. England had laid die foundation* of a Mate and then resitted the logical dei elofment of what | gress who complained about I dirty bed sheets. "It's too dirty for TOU." castically commented the manager. "Sokolow and Git baum and Oppenheimer and I kin slept on those sheets, they are too dirty for you!" Meeting in Israel this year,I delegates to the Congress cert ly found nothing lacking in I accommodations. A recent i of the statistical departmentI the Israel Bond Organhatioa i veals that there are now than 500 hotels in Israel n these about one-fifth get class rating. Israel has cert proven a success from the point of view. The record ill astonishing. The only fir* i hotel in Palestine during thel tire mandatory Period w* King David hotel. It was built I der joint Jewish and British r pices. Thomas Jefferson, who i kind of American Zion out i French-owned Louisiani I by purchasing it from Nip once remarked on the growth of the territory I as America got control. The i thing happened when tl turned Palestine into BELL WOLFE — Their Soccer Team Scored a Big Hit There has been much talk recently about the rich Jewish cultural heritage, of which most American Jews are completely ignorant. A book filling this gap and bringing to American Jews—young and adult—the essence of Jewish contributions to world culture, has been published by Random House's Modern Library. It is a 740-page anthology, edited by Lewis Browne and entitled "The Wisdom of And all that I can say about this book is that no Jewish home in America should be without it. The volume contains gems of the Bible and the Talmud, sayings of Hillel and confessions of Josephus. It acquaints the reader with selections reflecting the rich Jewish cultural achievements in medieval times from Saadia Gaon to Wilner Gaon and from Mai monides to Spinoza. There is a fine collection of sayings of the Baal Shem-Tov and of numerous Hassidic Rabbis, throwing light on the Hassidic period. The section dealing with the modern period covers a substantial number of Jewish thinkers and writers from Moses Mendelssohn and Heinrich Heine to Israel Zangwill and Ludwig Lewisohn. Lovers of Yiddish will find there Yiddish folk-humor and proverbs well translated into English for the benefit of the American reader. They will also find Sholem Aleichem and J. L. Peretz properly represented. Hebraists will find the songs of Chaim Nachman Bialik capably translated into-English. The Israel soccer team, which came to the United States in connection with the celebrations here of Israel's Independence, scored a big hit and was a point of interest among newspaper scribes and sports fans. The players, as well as the coaches, were well received, and the visit was a happy prelude to the next jaunt for the Israeli squad—to Moscow to play the Russian national team. The Russians are known to be top soccer players, and therefore the competition presents a sharp challenge to the Israelis. This summer, in a return visit, the Russian soccer team will travel to Israel to meet the Israelis in the big stadium near Tel Aviv. The contests between the Russians and Israelis will determine which of the two teams will go to the Olympics in Australia. New York got its first glimpse of the athletic contingent from Israel some when a runner time before U* team. Shalom Kahalny.11 old farmer, ran from Je* ( International airport iII W to New York's City W an Olympic torch of* This was in connection Apr. 29 rally atW dium, where the soccer w a featured attraction. There were many with the officials of the cer team-Jack G.bboJ andCol.SamSocher'nV of Mi's port cont.n* bons was formerly Bnt* cer star and >**** signed by the Israel Go£ Socher is in charge oft* committee of israe".^ „ was learned that *" soccer is growin* P* m L At present, there than 140 teams These squads are leagues. art' ntbe*"f



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.Mov l S. 1956 ^MIfcrMf^ ^T^ i Susan Freedman, teenage ghter ot Mr. and Mrs. David dinar.. 2225 SW 19th ave.. solo pianist at annual icheon ol American Jewish ogress in the Columbus horecently. She is a piano dent of Mrs. Harold Robin. :ademy Students Shavuoth Oramat:c playlet entitled "Bik^im Today" was presented by I grade students of the Hebrew jsdemy on Tut - narrator. Dance group asted of Sarah Feigenbaum, ginia Parnrs and Joyce Naness. •art Zemel and Jordan Kele1 will also participate. pKtuming was arranged by Marjorie Ent. Academy kingarten Instructor. Mr. Aaron S. er, supervisor, was in charge [icenen. Lawrence Nadler and Fhtel were in charge of Mrs. Mirium Donnerstag rted the music. Rabbi AlexS. Gross, principal, intro1 the program. P*' rd -wlc students participat e'WWWW ing were llene Alpert. Adrienne Debhnger. Dennis Ever. Michael Genet. Joan Leon. Ernest Lipsthutz, Stuart Mirmelli. Adrian Pollack. Arnold Reinhard. George Schulson, Leslie Seid and Marsha Shapiro. Pag* 11A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FlCTIT.OUS „.. NAME LAW NOTICE i.HKRKin (S1VKN that n M-. 1.1. i< I.I: ..iii '>•• i:"l< iii'i. M *, nd '" ih Hi.. r..url of i tinnh, ( %  loi |.|.( I i' ; : X ^ | X v h 1 ,; l:i NOTICE UNDER FlCTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH lli:i:i i:v <;|\ i:\ UW Un< : Kit n. bliKlrieKx under id,. f„ in K' 'PKINTl <.\ |.i\.,,|.\ | v. i Unenln It..ad. Miami Item i, |....|.. County, Kin.. Intends to ..,,,, *", h hf Clerk ,,f h( < "Mi t ..r Dade County, II,., A.NX A k' H'KIM. Koli Own. KOVNICR M.W.MIKIMi;,: Attorne.x H for Applicant NOTICE fffi^jnerrrmn %  %  of Milr : Miracle %  • Hi* Clerk I of i..,-,,„,„v. R08ERAR FOODS UtC ii I'M;,,!''' 1 1 c n>oratlon ant "i Seybold Hl.it '/ 5/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS v ,., NAME LAW N "T '!' '>• HKRKRY rilVEN thai l.l %  to en ate In ./.'->U LIT KM,. |, (-th ,i,\ of Mas "• 1 E B. LEATHERM \N Clerk "f %  i by rr ii RICE, n: Deputy Clerk I TAL1ANOPF Incoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. • ss — •; i NOTICE TO DEFEND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THS CIRCUIT COUflT OF THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 189M1 i.run: JENNlNoa, plaintiff, va, I'REKS JENNINfJS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ro: PRE • 'I:\N!.\<;H, I ,---i,l, ,,. ,. unk no-A II • You, I'REHH JENNINOR, are herehv ,| | i '"i i .-, Bill of romplalnl to/ %  haa been filed agalnal you. and YOU are required to aerve •' ,,oi %  r i'i. ad Ins tn the iTTu ,,f ('•mnlntnl •-,, the PlalntlfPa Attor-i BEN I:SSI-:N, I,,II Reynold isi.u, Mian i HToi Ida, and file the original Anawer ,., Pleading in the office of the Clerk -.I the Clrettll Court >,n or %  • fore the 2Sth day ,>r M If .\'-i:i f;iil to ih, ,,. jn.itrm,.|it by fleflll hi taken aitainat yon f..r 'h.relief demanded In th>Mill of ilnt. DONE AM. ORDERED at Miami, Florida, ii,.'.ih da) %  << April. .\ D f'ln-tilt I n E. B. IJBATHBRMAN, '",-,k. Circuit Court, Countv, Florida. R JOAN COURNO i ER, y r s,..,i) ] teputy i 'lark. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY DIVEN thai inderalaned, dea rlna tn engage In %  %  CARLYLE G \RfBNH ..ml I nd i" i ,-i:i.~-i •. Id ii, n • Ith I be of the <'i • HI Court • %  ( Dade County, Florida. I ISC VR I.I'IHT l: \i: i. I riHT K, >\*NER .*; %  MANNHEIMER nd Mri. Light N'O-f'CE UNbER "FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t-. engaa-e In %  %  -• %  < under the fictltloua nai f RAfB-E ARMY NAVY DEPARTMENT STORES, al Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intenda t,. raglater raid name with the .'i.-ik of the CJri 'null .,f i lade < %  .ii ii i x-. Florida. DADE \VII,.I.I:SAI.I: PRODUCTS, INC, a Florida corporation AARON M KANNER, Esq. Att,.in.\ for Dade Wholeaale Producta, In,-. :,. ll-ls-^.-, — ,;/ 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'OTICE is HEREBY nivi:\ that Ignad, deali Ing to engage In ii nd, ithe fl. tltioua name of EAHTCHEHTER APARTMENTS, al %  id i: Ba) II u boi I,-. i\,-. Bay Harbor i-ijin.i-, Intendi t" register %  -. %  ii'1 name i I. i< of the Clrcull < ',. n I lade i 'ounty, Florida, THE REX CORPORATION i Fl. n HI i 'orp. Tin:, n>, IRE it NElyS. IN .Mi"m •. i.., Auplli anl l Lincoln I: IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24335 RE: ESTATE OK LENA Kl'RZROK, !• eaa. l NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ibereb) given thai I have filed the final report and petition for 1-1 naI IHHcharge as <-\r<-ut,,i of the tatr of LENA KTRZItuK. deceaMd; anil thai on the 11th .lav of June, IMC, 1 will applv to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of mild final report and for fln.il discharge a exe. utor ,,f the .state of LENA KCRZK.'K. deceased. This 4th day of May. l:.6. HARRY KI'RZItoK. egecutor of the estate of LENA Kl'RZROK MYERS, HEIMAN \KAPLAN Attoin.-v* f,.i Executor 5/11-18-25 — 6/1 [GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS P '•*. 22nd AVI. ft. HI 6-5860 r*'" r ^oof repaired now; you 1 ..! a !'. on n w foof later Mtilac'.iry Work by ->P^n t ,iced Men" Offering only THE VERY BES1 la SANITARIUM FACILITIES Murray B. Pinks Managing Dlr.ctor .*• 't a- HEALTH HESOR1 • AHENTION [AnORNEYS! J Uc Tour Ucal notices IT? opprtjelaU your P^onaoe and guaraaw* %  ?• 8nrlc4 at WgaJ Ph one FR 44366 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35790-B In R<-: ESTATK OF EVA 'SIIKle 'KF*. De, • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit or* and All IVranna Having Clalmi or Deman.ls Afalnat Bald ICatate; Y,.u .11 ,i • ai h of s"". re hi nptlfled and required to nn nt anj cTalme and denianda which you, or either • %  < you, nuy have Knw i e .st.it. of i:\'A DSHKROFr". de lai 6 0 f i>:,.i.. County, Florida, to tne Hon. FRANK rxiWLINn, ,,f Dade i"ounty. and rile in. in hli n '•>• %  %  • %  ""<> Courthouae In Dade f..imiv. Hmi.ii.. within elrhl calendai ^pontha from the date „f the flrat puMlcatloh herelalmo ,-r demands !.. contain ih'.legal addreaa of the clalmani t,, be nrorn to i nd "„" or an me will I tlon 110 of Ihr |S1 Pmhate A> t. Date July II. \ ", ,' \. Executor of the Laat \\ ill ami Teatament of EV ^ iSHERDF l I ed MILTON \ I RIRPM VN Attoi n< j for Executor J/ll-18-25 — 8/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IM -HEHEHV llrt'EN thai th.undei algned, ,l. ngage in %  -under the fli mloua name ,,f SOCTHERN WINE .*. SI'JBITS, ini-mis tn reclatei anld name itl, Um Clerk i,f the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. .I.ISKI'H R STEIN i: s STEIN M MtSIIAI.I. I. STEIN LEWIS W, IK IRFINE KATHERINK F HOTALINa ,ii HIN .1 ROIXIERS JOHN A RODOERS MARIE HOTALINQ MEISNER -, IS-2S — /l-S ^E^NT^^D^^/uVof ^OSN'T D Y A -,N' CHA A N N C D ER^ NO. ^ AUK BMRKOrr, Plaintiff. TO. REBECCA BERKOFI J0-5S Keagrt Boulevard Far Rockaway „,. "„ ConVplalnl For Plvoi hern filed M*lne1 jroji hv reaulred to nerve %  i t Ana*. • •'-'"" if, ;v ";;rit,',oi M'.^: J.-T A. ilRNRT 128 Lincoln '•"•"'-, ',, JR. 1.1 III, 111 .11 lit"" % % %  • %  — .... ^ %  • %  ""^•K'-VI'KKAVH'KHMVN' &rt of "he rircu t„Oourl B) R H Ii Iirputy Clerk J&NKT nr:NKT Attorney" for lB n,lff Miami Beach. Ho,Ida In Re: ESTATK OF si:i: \ ARBI'SE, alao known as SARAH ARBl.'SE, Deceaaed IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37774 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ail Peraona Flavian; Claims or Demandi Against Said Estate; Y.ni, and each ,,r you arc hereby M'.i ifi>-.i and rttpiired t.> preaenl any claima and demands which you, or rither of you, may have against the ,,fsi".i:v ARBI'SE. alao known \it.\H ARBI'SE, '!• %  eaaed I iti ,.i Dade County, Florida, '•> the Honorable County Judg. s ol I "ade Countv, nie the .--im.i" their offices In th,County Courthouae In Dade ty Florida, within eight i i nontha from the date of the fJ-rat i,--i,ii. ,ti,in heieof Said clalmi or oemands t ntaln the legal address ,..the clalmani and to be swo i „i„l pn n -I'"' as afor. will be barred. See Se< tlon ISJ.H w i Tobate A, i Mai h v %  I RRODY. \v Adi • of ,he SERA VRBL'SE, ;ii~, known aa SARAH ARBI'SE SHAPIRO \NI PRIED. ESQS. Attorneys for Admlnlstral'-ls ., rtoad, lllaml beach Fla. ", 1-11-18-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROLATE No. 37451-A in It.-!>.-• I \ i-i: OF: KitlOl) h:HRE.\'KRANE, De. %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'eraons I! %  I'II: CIHIIUH or Demands Against !:*tHi<>: You, .in,' each ,,f you ;ir,. I,. notified .iini required i" present any claims ..nil demands ivhlch you, "r either of you, mas ha\ l the estate of FRED BHRTJNKRANZ, -I-l late of I' in. %  1,1 i. to tii,. ii..n.m, nty Judg. I >ade '..mil >. .iini i ii. i he same In their offices In i he i 'ade '' [house in Dade County, Florida, within ighl monthe tlie tint-i.f the flral p ibllcatlon hi Sai,l claims or demands to ...ntain the leaal address ,,f the clalmani and %  n l.i ali'l :.s HfOfeBald, or same u ill l>.i, ,•, ,- f< n lanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO JOHNNIE ELSO.M Address Unknown Toil are hereby notified thai a Bill of CompUlpI f i "• has %  ?• %  f,i,.,i against jrou, and you an i -^.1 v.. 11 run \* <• \ i I ,\ II > I 2r U 'pUadlM W th7 P BUI of C ptalnt ,,.:! rh.mtiffs Attorney, 0 A ? O'Brien, 3300 P d. Leon Boule, ,..| Coral (lubles. Florida and fMe ihTorialnal Answei m 1" "offtee of X Clerk of the Clrcull Cour, ,,', before the Ith dayol "''V,. 1 ^. if ,-ou fall to .1" so. Judgmenl h> fl#: i ; i ;"vi.n...ak.',au ;i iins, >.,,'.. ,,.M,.f demanded In U*S Bin "' to '" f H notice shall be published .Th week for four i onse, utlve weeks ; '"'TI IK JEWISH I'lnmlMAN '"oiSS AND ORIERED at Mia". Florida, this 2nd .lay "f May, A. o. 3 *" %  |i LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, '• ''"".'" v .; EiSlS&m B) JOAN < ol H.NOirJH, l.|,iit> ."l.ik. (Circuit <••> .•>*!?,.. .in,ile I. Boulevard l oables. Ftodda Atio n.% foi i-laiiitnf. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37969 In R. ESTATE OF GORDON s. BROWN, Dec. d T.. All Creditors and All I'qraona II ivini; Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: d i i. ii of you, are hereby notified nd required to m .sent any claims and demands which von, or either of you, may have agalnat the ,-'.,-, ol GORDON B. BROWN, ,1^ceased late ,f Dade ,"'iiiiii\'. Florida, in tinHonorable Cpun.ty .iu,i^> Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the (••nmty CotjrthoUM in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the fiist publication hereof. BWd claims or demands to contain the legal addreaa "f the i-iaimant anil to be ewoiti i end presented HH aforesaid, or same Will be harred. Date May Tth. A.D. ESTHER '". BROWN, FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF MIAMI Bv RALPH D RODABACOH, Trust Officer At Executors of the Laal \\ ill an i Testament of (i.iRI'ON S. BROWN. I lecea sed MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Reybold Building, Miami. Florida Attorneys for Executors r, II-U-ZS — 6/i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WilnM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, (JEEETINGS: Wli. %  NEWTON LEVINSON, MIAMI. I-I..IRIDA MAR.'I.I' TANNEN, \n WII. l LORIDA OERTRCDE T \MAl:o. MIAMI. FI-ORIDA ,ii,i ,m the Ird day • %  ( May. A D. 184S, lo 1. in. .i p.. ., i.-il 1'ii.ler the provision* "f Hie general corporation • • i, --., i. if I lot da 1 >EUA, INC., il Ion. "i' 11 Its principal ,.f husln. ss al Miami Rea, h, County, In the s,at,. ,,f Florida, ami whereas the stockholders of such corporation did ..n the tth dav ol May, \ I i |95g, aus. to be" Rled i" 'he ..f I fi,-e of the Bejpretan of suit.of the State of FTorlda, %  Coaaent of nil the Mo, kholdars under the provisions of .mi ham, i 'i 1 "Ploi Ids Statutes, %  how ng the dlaaolutlon of sudp ,orNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring: lo engage in i.iisiii.-s under the fictitious nan., .-f KIT KAT INN al 3071 N. W. ITth \vus me with the Clerk of' the Clrcull i "oui t ,,f I County, Florida R BALKHAFH MICHAEL KLECINSKY KESSLER \ OARS Attorney* foi Applicants 1782 W, Klagler St. :, I1-1S-23 — 6/1 1 ion. Now, therefore, the Secretary of siat.does herebj certlti t,, the foregoing and that he i>that ii,, requirements ,.f law have bean """"""IVwiTNKSS WHBrWflf. \.. hereunto set my hand iffixed the Oreal Heal of the siat.of l-*l..rila. at Taltahaasee, the Capital, this the Fbtinh day of May. A D I: A ORAY, (SEAL) Secretary of State. :./11/56 Your dog bites Hie mailman Doe your liability Insurance provide payment for his medical oxpansos? for me smww to mi, er easy onW inoronce ej u s irf asi' Arttiur M. Kohrt Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street I 1M TSAVRItS. Herrfoei n • t. ATTENTION ATTORMCYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the HvWISJi FLOR1DIAN at Fit ii;nj r I if !• f I, I



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y ...s n j *i(/ oman s fULM There were>>>€C jutropolitan opera star Jennie Too re I, whose mezzo-soprano jv the envy of many of her colleagues, stopped off at the p-l^t week lor a brief vacation from New York City. i private life, Jennie is Mrs. Harry Gross. Husband Dr. Harry, Lccompanied her on the Beach jaunt, is a prominent cardiol[ind author of "Treatment of Heart Disease". .nnit's la>t Miami trip was for the purpose of appearing in I it program with the UM symphony orchestra. >>>>><< w Celebrities seem to be making Candle-Light Inn in Coconut \t. a traditional artists' gathering place, their favorite dining Spied among recent guests was Tennessee Williams, whose et Bird of Youth" on the boards at Studio M, may soon break roadway. iTtnrttisee took quite a ribbing because of his costume for the ping of "( omanche" here. *iot to be outdone, "Bus Stop" casters, including Kent Smith flarbara Baxley, also dined at Candle-Light Inn the other eve>>te [Off tn their summer home in Spring Valley, N.Y., are Mr. and Mix Yokell. [Their 4450 Nautilus dr. home will be reopened when the Hilt return in early October. [Keen excitement is the tone of a Gotham Town trip by Mrs. I Holland, 844 Abbott ave. [Purpose of Mrs. Holland's trek is the wedding of granddaughter I Holland. Groom is handsome Kenneth Liebman. IShtili Beth and Morris. Waidman arc ecstatic over their new Val born at ML Sinai Hospital Apr. 30. [Shf • Barbara Ann, the Waldmans' first born. Sharing in the occasion are two sets of prominent grandparents here—the l Kargers, 2850 Pinetree dr., and the Joseph Waldmans, of |Crown and Victor hotels. [Mr. md Mrs. Ben Giller, 1500 Daytonia rd., are back from an Shre Western trip. [Ben attended a management conference of the U.S. Savings and lUague in Salt Lake City. [The Cillers also made stopover visits in Chicago, Denver, San %  dteo, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas and New Orleans. [Ben's vice president of the Washington Federal Saving! and \ Aon. [The Nacional in Havana saw prominent Miamians attending Pptimi.-t and Opti-Mrs. club district convention recently. Taking in the sites and convention business were Dr. and Mrs. Ru*kin, the Harry Raskins, Jacob Lows, Mr. and Mrs. Irving •>. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bookbinder and the Lysle Feslers. %  William H. Bernstein and Philip Samet are back at ML after attending clinical investigation conferences in Atlantic and New York. Dr William and Philip had to buck much chill and rain, but cardiology specialists report a "stimulating trop." which also "oed a heart conference at the National • Health Institute in ""igton. F 'irii (Mrs. Bernstein) and Phyllis (Mrs. Samet) kept the home burning, with Nettie, Joan and Gerald Bernstein and Janet, I and Bonnie Samet assisting. incidentally, Janet is a member of the graduating class at n High and is an accomplished clarinetist—as are Sosan and in their respective schools. >* JPeaking of doctors. ML Sinai Hospital is holding its sixth "?' Postgraduate seminar this weekend, with sessions slated at 'ontainebleau. Social event of' the seminar, dedicated to the theme "Recent %  Ws in Diagnosis and Therapy," will be a banquet Saturday 8 m the Grand Ballroom at the Fontainebleau, with Mrs. r* d *nd as ladies' hospitality committee chairman. %  %  Wing will be the Mosdemet Rudolph E. Drost, R.ehard M. "" %  S tanley Fretilin* Max Grata. Josee O. Halpern, Sherman "*"• lph B. Kirsch, Victor H. Kufjel. *7 ">' Mesd.me. Alexander Libow, Leon H. Mer.he.mer, J** Nathan, Jacob Neber, Julius Pearson, Jandon Schwari, r* Shapiro and William Wickman. LAnd speaking of Or* Prehlln** daughter Stefanie was given a V Party wit n hu wife „ hoateas, at a performance Saturday "*> %  • Gets Spring Fever" in the Pied Piper Playhouse... ^liewiisJtUEIlioicildlilaun Miami, Florida. Frida y, May 18, 1956 • AMI Section B Mrs. Itzhak Ben Zvi, wife of Israel's President, receives Mrs. Samuel Sakrais at her home during national leadership tour there conducted by Israel Bonds organization. Returned to Miami last week, Mrs. Sakrais will report on her trip at a meeting now being arranged. She is former president of Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah. Miss Lillian Goodman, vice president and Youth Aliyah coordinator for Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah (left), and Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Ima chairman and member of national Hadassah Youth Aliyah committee, discuss recent award luncheon attended by 900 Hadassah members here. 900 HADASS AH MtSWERS ATTEND Ladies Honored for Role in Youth Aliyah Twenty-three women were honored at a recent Greater Miami Hadassah award luncheon in the Seville hotel, each of whom became an Ima through an outright gift of $600 or a total contribution of $13 800 to the Youth Aliyah movement in Israel. An Ima maintains a Youth Aliyah child for one year in the Jewish State Some 900 Hadassah women attended the affair. Mrs. Samuel Shapiro. Ima chairman, made the presentations. Awards were gold discs bearing the Hebrew characters TMA. which means 'mother." Ceremony was planned and presented by Miss Lilban G Receiving the awards were the Mesdames Sarah Czech. Sarah Densen J. E. Fisher. Forris Franklin. Meyer Harris Selma Nash. Samuel Oritt Irving Paul, Richard S. Rosen. Minnie Rothfield. Frances Rubin. Sol Shave Jacob Sher. Julius Simpson. • lie Mesdames Fanny Tropp. Bessie Spen. Jerome Zarow.tz. Elizabeth Zentler and three 'anonymous" presentations. Also receiving awards were Miss Goodman and Mrs. Sapiro. Conference Will Present Officers Mrs. Aaron Farr. retiring presi dent of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties, this week announced that the annual installation luncheon will be held Thurs day May 24. at the Algiers hotel. Acting as installation officer at the noon ceremony will be Mrs Irving Lehrman. To be installed Mrs. Sakrais Will Be Welcomed Back Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. 1058 Chen co-chairman of the women's division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, was welcomed back to Florida last week by a committee headed by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and Mr.Oscar Sindell. Mrs. Meyers, chairman of the women's division, and Mrs. Sindell, president of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah, announced plans are being formulated for a community-wide reception for Mrs. Sakrais. At that time, the former president of the Hadassah chapter will report on her visit to Israel as part of a national leadership tour conducted by the Lsrael Bonds organization. Presidents and Israel Bonds chairmen of every women's organization in Dade county will be contacted to join the planning committee, Mrs. Meyers said. "Our women's division is off to a good start, but a concerted effort must be made before the summer vacations slow bond sales," Mrs. Meyen said. DPhiE Alums Wiil Name Mrs. Zwitman Mrs. Nathan Zwitman will be installed president of the Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority in a 7 p.m. dinner dance Saturday evening at the Nautilus hotel. Others to be installed are Miss Isabel] Pugatsky, first vice president; Mrs. Marvin Guberman. second vice president; Mrs. Melvin Rosenberg, recording secretary; Hrs. Marvin Rosenberg, corresponding secretary": Mrs. Ernest Harris, treasurer; and Mrs. Arthur Jackowitz, good and welfare chairman. Mrs. Raymond Chislinq will be installing officer. Invocation will be delivered by Mrs. Ethel Gerson. Mrs. Herbert Bernstein is chairman of the affair. are president, Mrs. Harry Rodgers; first vice president, Mrs. Bernard Stevens; second vice president, Mrs. Alexander Kogan; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Blank; recording secretary. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Harold Solomon; registrar, Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz; calendar chairman, Mrs. Irving Sussman. MoElie Kahaner Women to Install Luncheon and installation of newly elected officers of the Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary will be hold Thursday noon. May 24. at the Thunderhird motel. Rabbi Isaac N. Lerer will install the following slate: President. Mrs. Harry Fertig; first vice president. Mrs. Marvin Choos; second vice president. Mrs. Louis Foster; third vice president, Mrs. Hyman Eckstein; fourth vice president, Mrs. Arthur Cohen; recording secretary. Mrs. Albert Alson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Joseph Packar; financial secretary, Mrs. S. Robert Kasten: and treasurer, Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Samuel S. Lerer. Committee in charge of installation are Mrs. A. Stephen Gold, chairman, Mrs. Mac Lasser, Mrs. Raymond Greenfield, Mrs. Harry Fertig, Mrs. S. Robert Kasten and Mrs. Hyman Eckstein, program. First Dramatic Trio will offer a dramatic presentation. Members of the group are Mrs. Gershon Miller, Boris Pritcher and Bob Lyons. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Hannah Cohen. Arrangements chairman is Mrs. Leonard Glasser, and publicity chairman is Mrs. David Kirsh.



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Page 2 B eVoWfJW*/#ft/7 ^Xfboitt Uour Special favorites Light, fluffy kasha is now prepared by quick new method from 'Phyllis Wolff Buckwheat Cook Book." Brown groats, mixed with egg (top), are placed in skillet with pre-melted fat. Water is added (left 1 Mixture is brought to boil, covered and cooked ever low heat for fifteen minutes (right). IVtN SIMM FOR NOVICt Buckwheat Groats Form New Basis For Quick and Easy Taste Thrills Devoti es of old world brown CAD now pi i thi 'Ilectable food in three quicktops, it wn announced nomist Phyllis Wolff, in n tempting new k A' iilable free i -ted homemaken, this handy guide to tastier meala may ned by writing to Phyllis ii. Penn Yen 8. New York. Enabling even the novice to producc light, iiufiy. delicately-flavored groats in a fraction of the time dedicated to the preparation Hi kasha, ai it i~ frequently called. this eat) to Use cook hook offers twenty-six delirious recipes highlighting buckwheat, a Continental ette and a dietary mainstay ol innumerable Americans. Equally intriguing to the long%  groata fancier, and to the woman who has never discovered th.delights of tinversatile loud. are the many buckwheat variations presented m thi^ well-rounded, 1l> colored cook hook. Using medium l.rown gi %  bask in gradient, Hiss Wohtf ha strated how this pantry shelf staple can change Its appearance and it-. mood—progressing from breakfast through lunch and dinner to tinmost elegant of evening parties Breakfa-t offerings included in "Phyllis Wolf I Buckwheat Cook Book" .-how buckwheat groats in two different c ha ract e rs, osed in one instance a> a smooth, creamy breakfast cereal, and a second time as a crunchy. nut-like enhancement lor raisin muffin-. These muffins also add a welcome variet> to lunches or dinners, adding a tomb of th( umi-ual to the bread basket. Entree selected by alias Wolff arc equally adaptable to different ion-, ranging from simple one-dish meals for small-fry lunchtenrpting side or main dishes for family dinners, to pieces de resistance for festive entertaining Included in this category are such diverse dishes as stuffed peppers buckwheat and bow-knots, bush puppies, country-style creamy kernels, bean and mushroom casserole, grilled chicken buckwheat. lamb shoulder roast, savory meat loaf, stuffed veal breast, sweet n sour meat balls and two cheese ensseroles For poultry, two stuffing recipes provide a mouth-watering choice. To please the family and delight the Kiiest-. lilts Wolff bids the I homemaker turn to brown groats both for sweets and for tangy little party tidbits Buckwheat desserts include baked pudding, fruit and nut ring and prune-apple pudding Party snacks offered in "Phyllis Wolff Buckwheat Cook Hook arc an inviting array of diminutive pastry tarts, revealing such UVOT) filling* as chicken, cottage cheese. egg, fruit and nut. liver and onion, all highlighted with the special delicate ilavor of buckwheat. Goodman Group Has Party I It. (iuodman group of Hade* %  ah were entertained by Mr n Label, membership chairman with I swim card party on Sunday afternoon. Apr. 29. Dr. and Mrs. Ida Lear offered the use of then facilities for the party, and stated that this might be the beginning of an annual affair. A pin was award ed to MrI.OIK-1 for bringing In the motl member* durum the >ea> Treasure Island PTA in Elections MrHen Fabric v 'ailed pea %  ldcnt of the Trea


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r May 18. 1956. ^iml^Ukridiarj f cminine fair: \D n the te< elect I national officers |a conven'l n of the organizain New Y rk'a Biltmore ho[ late last month. Among officers elected were Wi community leaden Mrs. •rles P Feinberg. national president, Rabbi Yaakov penber.. Mi .. David Brodsky. • Larry Inedland. Mrs. WtlB0B Kamen *s A I. Saltzman. all the national adminrative committee, r m were presented wael Ambassador Abba Eban "ng the five-day convention. *ell as by New York Gov. WI Harriman and Dr. MaurScopus Hadassah Slates Installation Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah will install Mrs. David Sernaker as president at a luncheon in the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Wednesday noon. Other incoming officers will be Mrs. Harry Elson, organization vice president; Mrs. N. W. Lauretz, vice president; Mrs. Mark Bernard, vice president; Mrs. J. H. Weitzner. financial secretary; Mrs. Sol Collins, treasurer. Mrs. Abraham Topol, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Herman Mintzer. recording secretary: Mrs. I Max Churvis. social secretary. Parliamentarian is Mrs. Louis Rubin, and installing officer will be Mrs. Arthur Pekelner. Program consists of a playlet, "The Voice of the Gremlin." Soloist will be Theresa Ronson accompanied by MiHarold Robbinv Mothers Feted; Rabbi is Speaker Special Mother's Day service took place at Temple Emanu-El Saturday during the regular 9 a.m. service, according to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation. Rabbi Lehrman spoke in honor of the occasion. Greetings in behalf of mothers were extended by Mrs. Irving Cypen, president of Sisterhood Mrs. Raphael Yunes. president of the Parent Teacher's Assn.. offered a special prayer. Participating students were Marsha, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Classman; Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gordon; and Byrna and Esther, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. David Samels. aeneous* Kirn 5h Guaranteed Koine i — Rabbi Jacob Cob** JsT \ ttrtaiu M Air z o f&d School Appoints Counselor of Camp Abraham M Cassel. director |"ord school, 1204-54 West • Wednesday announced the appient of John Lee as head w of Oxford school camp. *"l be in charge of the daily f activities at the camp M"Pervise the staff of men and *" """'selors. He will also be •"Plete char *e of the Olympicl [wuwnin? pool and water ac* s Oxford. o'SbVTn wo %  > DR. TIBOR M. STERN w *hinton Av#„ M. B. • I-220S Jf MMf ROOSEVELT PLAYHOUSE 770 Arthur Godfrey Rood (41ft St.) MIAMI BEACH in Sam Htrtdl pKMHU VINCENT PRICE LOUISE ALBItlTTOX "DIAL IA FOR MURDER" IAST DM Oaeninj May 22nd STEVE COCHRAN M "THi RAINNAKIR' T„eday thro Saaday at Wf* Set. Sun. Matinees at 2:30 POPULAR PRICES %  •( Or/ice Open 10:00 AJM. >• 9:30 ••*. Phono IE 1-0108. IE 1-3698 Mettls-SM Sar. • *•"'" MEAL Paro .. white... just right I Ideal for "breading" chops, cutlets, croquettes. Grand for all recipes. Distribute a by KAJuM Disiruou iuno, two. 14 N.E. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FIA. PHONI FR 3-6866 and bo sure Ws FLORIDA DAIRIES nomootmuo Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Docro fraraeftd TtL FR 4-2621 Greater Miami Delivery MR. PVMPERXiK SEZ: Adlai and Estes Are politicians slick. Roth rote for the bestest And elect • • ymjmXks RESTAURANT G7th & COLLINS AVENUE Miami Beach -%  %  and PUMPERNIKS PANTRY THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN



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Page 4B +Jmist> fUrktinn Final Meeting of Season for Beth David Ladies Will Highlight Honors Beth David Sisterhood will hold itfinal meeting of the year Wedn< day afternoon in the ijmafogna buildir.','. • *• All new members who joined Mrs. Green Heads Nautilus Group Mrs. Leon Creep. 4444 N Michiave Miami Beach, will be In,l presidi nl ol Nautilus JunHigh School PTA for the 1996 57 year a( the Nautilus parent%  er meeting in th* school cafeMonday evening. Harry Rogera, newly installthis year will he honored at a consecration ceremony conducted by membership viee president Mrs. Sam Badanes l'K'si.ient Mrs Maa Handahu will her \ ear end report on projects and activities during her term of office Special rec o gnition will be given to Mcsdames Frank A ROM Barry Zuckerman anil Harold lierney. who will be recipients of ItSChes i" awards These awards ire gtvefl OB a point system by National Women'i lie of the I rnted S) I of America for years of Sisterhood service and participation in all Sisterhood activities nationally, nally and locally Although Mother Daj officially I seas celebrated on Sunday, Maj IS, neeting will be dedicated bo lute t. Louis Gidney, vice presidents; Mrs Charles M < I acretao I Mae. Ben Mandell, corresponding MrNorman Babel, treasuri %  A ti recently | M by the Nautilus Parent-Teacher oard members of usry, Biscayne %  i> and Treasure I Lorber Chapter Hears Specialist Lorber chapter of Jewish Nation al Home t,,r Asthmatic Children met at Harvey's restaurant Tbursto hear Dr. Harold S. Tuft. medical director of the Home and one of cialfsts git-. Nautilus Parent Teacher Asm annual iaciiit> and board member uncheon will ba bald at the Lute me hotel at noon Saturday. Nautilus, which has been an elementary-junior hinh school, will become a junior high school in September, with grades from aeveo Teen Agers Hold Active Program Climax of events of the teen age and preteen program co-sponsored by the North Dade Jewish (enter and the Greater Miami Jewish Community' Center is betflg planned by the youth members. On Friday, annual youth service haM by members of the North Daden and Dade Debs groups. Rabbi Henry Qkolica consulted with group leaders Mis Albert Gordon and Irving Jacobson in pre paring this program. A final dance and installation of new officers i> being planned for the North Dade preteen girls club Tuesd.iy. May 29. Boys' club, whose leader is Perry Alexander, has been preparing for a June 3 field day. which will IMheld at the Flakier Granada Jewish Community through nine. The luncheon will pay tribute to teachers and parents who will be transferred to other schools because of this change. Theme of the program will be "Maytime." Original words were written by Mrs Samuel Paetro. member of the faculty, and will be sung by Mrs. Harold Wynn and Mrs. Albert Shapiro, accompanied by Samuel Kane, also of the faculty. Mrs. Louis A. Gidney, chairman of the day. will serve as narrator Siege!,' The Meadanai Ann. guardian: Frank Biel* s Weidw,, M 'HredGra y ,'ta an. financial .secret-*! ham Goldstein, hi ^ Brandt, counselor; andj t nist. The affair is H heduled a; ij Jagtallation, with Nanh fhJ %  jRnai B nth a* insuilingl Named will be Harold ft, president; David Amdur. Hineser and Akin Wank. iM "lents. M..rn, Klein, retortj •ponding secretary; Winneker. f i nancial Rabbi Henry Okolica, Martin Tucker, warden: Book, guardian; and Frankl Coleman Meyers and Fnalj trustees. A V3GUS9 BROS fty 13 thi fits Center. At this the country's leading spe-1 event, a trophy honoring the club's in asthma and other aller-! achievement of winning the subi urban basketball league tournaYVhile in Miami. Dr Tuft is also | ment will be presented to the scheduled to speak baton the Flor group. £ HS £SS' LT"""'" L N h D d "-• ** <* Included it th* m,. inn e a mMS visit t0 ,he Miami inciucien at tne meeting were M.-IIu w •• final reports of all chairmen and a ** rUns baseba ame Thursbrief skit entitled "Madame Lor-| day May 24 In addition, boys are bert Audit." by Mrs Irvin Gold preparing a dramatic skit which Mtm __ wi climax their years activities. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN CORDON GORDON and PONT ^ IW 5 KOSHER CATERERS I law aW ,rom h I'wtrtt to m fmphtt fcvfftf 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE 9-7W. Under tabbimcaf SvpervisJM OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS RAR M4TZVAHS RECEPTIONS GRADE "A" PRODUCTS S SERVING ^GREATER MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE JE 1-5537 strictly KOSHER! There it is ... the all-important 0eal ] of approval of THE UNION OF l ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS Of AMERICA .. your guarantee of Kosher food! A delightful, quick-to-fix Kosher food The most popular "meichel" of them all in every Jew** neighborhood! How about Heitf Kosher Beans today? HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS Strictly Kosher



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toy, May 18. 1956 fcrbood of the Coral Gables Center will hold their last L of the season Wednesday L at the Cent-r. L busine-s meeting will pre1 Mnnlinn ^JeHtotiRoridton also scheduled with Mrs. Morris Slcop as installing officer. Each officer will receive an instrument, ami Mrs. Alfred Reich, Sisterhood president, will receive ,the baton, forming a complete program directed by Mrs.^, o cmy on ^^ 9m im l, orU on the theme "Unity f„r the forthcoming year in ngt h.Mock installation is "Unity." Mans for Fraternity House I ^AINESVILLE-The newest adijition to the University of Florida's |fraternity row was launched with : groundbreaking ceremonies for the Tau hps.lon Phi house last week< rid. Architect Leonard Glasser Miami, outlined plans for the'new structure, project,! as the finest '" "; modern chapter houses to MM Florida'a fraternity row. Page 5B Dial-a-Thon' Sees Campaign's Finale Telephones have been ringing all over town in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal starting May 14, when the annual "Dial-A-Thon" was launched to reach outstanding prospects. which eight persons will man a battery of telephones daily. The "Dial-A-Thon" idea was originated two years ago by veteran campaigner and former CJA chairman M. J. Kopelowitz. In 1955. he Each volunteer will be asked to personally secured 521 pledge, to work only two hours per day. j the Combined Jewish "Dial-ASchedules arc now included in Thon" drive. i %  EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR -" 'KITCHEN 'LAUNDRY >^B ATH ROOM FOR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEL makes dishes shine without washing or wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no "Detergent Burn" to hands with VEL teAJAX FOR POTS AND PANS AND SINKS Kosher and Parve AJAX cleans sinks, pots, pans, bathrooms up to twice as easy, twice as fast... thanks to "FOAMING ACTION". It floats dirt and grease right. down the drain I tx f AB FAMILY IAUNDRY Great New Formula FAB contains More Acr/ve Dirt Remover than any any otker leading product, plu* — not one, but two of the most effective whitening ingredients ever discovered I Yet Fab is actually milder to hands than leading floating soaps.



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Page 6B -*Je*L$l>fkr*ft*r? Workers \ SgKVKt 37 N.f. 5th St. PH. 94401 AL MFIOENBERQ. Owner A NEW OPINING! A EAST NEW EAST METHOD. tEARN TO DANCE the "Miracle Way" Wi Fee I I I Mon -Sat 11:00 A.M. 10:30 P.M. MIRACLE DANCE STUDIO 109 S.E. 1st 8T. Ph. J-3043 i • ear by <\i>ay Spark Legitimate Theater In Push on Beach With the recent opening of the ••veil Playhouse, legitimate theatre is now in operation on Miami Beach. Currently showing i> Dial M' for Murder." which opened May 8 and stars Vincent Price and Louise Allbritton. Producer Sam Hirsch has also scheduled for the summer season "The Rainmaker," with Steve Cochran: "The Tender Trap." featuring Dick Haymes; and "Reclining Figure." starring Luther Adler. Policy of the Roosevelt Play house is to present outstanding shows with top Broadway and Hollywood stars. Though it has been set up as a summer operation only, if the response warrants, plans will be made to continue year-round. Hirsch. who operates the Sam Hirsch School of Dramatics and Allied Arts, was founder of the Casablanca Players in 1953 and the I Biltmore Playhouse in 1954. SHIP VOIJI CAR ONLY FULLY TNSURED DRIVEAWAY For .}k'*!?' i ty • Pr P r *y Damage. F.r. The and S80. deductible at reapecta every car ahipped. "RELIABLE'' AUTO TRANSPORT 1440 DtlXEl AVENUE, MIAMI IEACH. FlOtlDA low Rates Ne Passengers e 24 Hour Service Year Reuad • Memberi Miami Beach A Miami Chamber* of Commerce e Representatives New York — Chicago Detroit PHONE JE 8-0421 Mra. Joaeph Bermann is new chairman of board of directors of Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. A former preaident of Siaterhood of Beth David Congregation and active in B'nai B'rith for many years. Mra. Bermann haa been involved in work of BBYO tor paat three years. PIANIST AVAILABLE PARTIES, TEAS, LUNCHEONS, WID DIMCS, ttt. OWN Electronic Portable Pleee. Call leMaNE 4 0531. ANNOUNCING the opening of another Sylrian DESIGN FOR BEAUTY Specializing in Hair Tints 17S 71et aT.. MIAMI BEACH Telephone UN S-S2S1 aleo SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON BELMAPt HOTEL GLAMOUR SECRETS NEW ARRIVAL OPEN HOUSE Glamour secrets gave Maria Mercy a busy week here I demonstrated "The New You" for Temple Kmanu-El wutu hood of Roosevelt lodge. Sisterhood's program chairmen wn Leonard Glaeser and Mrs. Al Cheykin. Maria heads the draaW ment at Marrymount College. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Shulach, 535 N. Shore dr., were amokM guests at the Tower Isle in Jamaica. New daughter Lam weighed in at five pounds, the Hy Rothstains, 1245 NE 154th 1 reporting to friends. Proud mother is the former Joyce I ter of Miami Shores' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blum. The home of Mrs. Jennie Greesinger was opened Wednesday to 11 of Greater Miami chapter. Women's American ORT. In reservations was Mr*. Ettelle Tischler. At North Shore Confirmation took place Tuesday evening. May 15, at the late Shavuoth service of North Shore Jewish Center. The following conflrmands participated in the ceremony: Susan Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Carey; Robert Keith, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben L. Fabric; Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gaby; Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Kulick; Phyllis Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lipson; Sandra Gale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alpert. Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; Daniel Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Solomon; Lloyd Stephen, son of Mrs. Sara B. Stern; and Robert Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller. Dramatic-narrative entitled "The Ten Commandments and the Ten Confirmands," especially written for the class, was presented at the service, with confirmands participating in the -reading of the dialogue. Reception for the congregation followed confirmation exercises. Confirmation Held ]] are Temple Emam Highlighting the celeb Shavuoth. which was usherti) sundown on Tuesday, Emanu El held confirmatioa> cises Wednesday, the first the festival, during the holiday service beginningst1 Seventeen members art in tat j firmation class, Confirmands are Carol V man, Claudia Bobianne Arlin Jay Dubler. Elliott C. wald, Bonnie Elaine Howard Arthur Goldklang,; Marcia Halpern, Leonard I.e\>. Pearl Lorber. Adrietmel cia Miller. Paula Muravchidt riet Susan Newman. Joanne] (Ruby. C>nthia Mirrell SiegeLl en Henry Schwartz, Susan Tose and Leslie Carol Zebttj fj the BEST' r-r-r-r-r-r it's cold inside FUR STORAGE uill e RiMooiiiNo ensmiNe CALL 82-1611 A bonded messenger cmll/or your furs prompt %  .UNO******



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r ,MaylM?5S ,iily Service Elects Alvin Cassel o Succeed Mrs. Ackerman as Leader _:_otinu National Family i various prvioc t .. ^2l5tItrM*>*i binatinu jir^. Leo Arkcrman to the ency is Alvin Cassel, Miami attorney <8ervic! of tho a?enrv. caseNational Family | various Jewish Family Service held Some 960 families "receiver! mnual membership meet.ng I work and counseling helo through *at the DiLido hotel. Sue-[the family service department Thirty-one children or unmarried mothers were helped by the n wly created child care service. More has been a member of the (than 700 others mad u n f Plnetree dr., Mr. an.i Mrs, Harry w Ureenberg; Jerald Martin Hart. .",020 X. Ba) id Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hart; Isabella Mirlam Hecht, 121.1 Nautilus dr., Mr. and Mis Isadore Hech) Nan Qen Hei ni.iii. :i:, \ Bhore dr., Mr. and Mn pan lei Herman; Abby Qulnn Hlrsch, .!> X. Hay rd Mr. and Mrs. Th.">dore Epstein; Jill Huberman, 1*1 G Rue Vi .nil.-. Mr. and Mrs, Lao Huberman; Marilyn Sue Jahln. I5Z6 Adams BV Mi MII. I Mrs Jack Jablo. Sara Louisa Kleinmaa, MM i: Broadview dr., Dr. and Mrs. gam ; Klelnman; Linda Rae Kornhiiim, .".:'"! Allon id.. Mr. and Mrs. Hair* M. Kornblum; Jean baleen Kratiah, U>2 Posl ave Mr, and M Adolph Kratiah: Nikki Nanry Krau* IR75 darns V( Mr and Mis. Milton Klaus; j Itli 'hard ("lark Lewis, 41-1 Post ,iv.-. Mr. ;-iid Mrs. Marvin Lewi*; Michael IJaj MarRtlls, 1672 Day ton la rd.. Mr. and Mis Solomon Maie s. Bhore dr.. Mr. and Mis. Murray Millar; Michael L. Miller, 1602] B. Broadview dr., Mr, and Mis. Howard Miller; Beatrice Ifeth Nedler, 1575 X. Michigan ave., Mr. ami Mrs Harry Nadler Nancy Rae Ory, % %  ; W. "."tli st.. Mr. and Mis. Randolph Ory; Judith Bileen Richard, w> av ST.1"'* Mr Stanley Richard; I'.liZHbcth Rubin. 2419 X. M. .. v. %  .. Mr and Mis. Alexander Rubili Nancy 8ue Bohonfeld, -.".IK rinetren dr.. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonreld; I l.enre Seid-rman, 1616 i'inetiee dr., Mr. and Mrs Paul Beldertnan; Phvllls lx>rls Blrvers, (600 N. Bay rd., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silvers; Qllbert Mick. s:i:i s,t h st., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spavack; Aim I.inda 37S7 Prairie ave.. Mr. And Mis Herbert si.-ele; Ronald Charlei VTlnxer, 4.1 Riviera dr.. Golden Beaoh, Mr. Mini Mis. Manny Winser; and Marl n Audrey Zeltlin, L'OLM M.ii.iian a\>.. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Zeltlin. Mrs. Hardison in May 29th Runoff Mrs. Thelma Hardison, who was appointed to fill the unexpired constable's term of her husband killed in the line of duty and who was reelected" four years ago, is again a candidate in the May 29 runoff. Mrs. Hardison Wednesday, said "I am confident of victory in the second primary and will continue together with my capable deputies the quick, efficient service rendered in the past in the serving of warrants and criminal papers and the duties of the office of constable at the public's beck and call at all times, as I have in the past." Mrs. Hardison, Florida-born, has lived in her district for over a quarter of a century. "I know most of my constituents by their first names." Mother of four children, two married, Mrs. Hardison is a Baptist, belongs to W.O.W. Auxiliary. American Legion Auxiliary and the PTA. "I want to take this opportunity." Mrs. Hardison said, "to thank everyone who voted for me and humbly ask them to please come out and vote for me again May 29." —* — — **# — — Specio/mng in Hand Addressing of Invitations, Plate Cards far Wed' Unas, Shawers, Bar hiittvams, etc. Mrs. Harry Miller, 945 Bay ri*a, Miami Booth, Ha., Ph. UN 6-61 63. fAMID SUMMER RIS0RT INCRAGGAN INN Wrimous Cuisine Season May 30th to October 1st %  '''""-Beginning of $55.00 a Week Counselor for Children weision.ii Entertainment In our Recreation Bldg. — Dancing "•r Free Booklet Yowr Hosts, Blanche and Sid lewis *oun! 0 i„,_3 r d AVI., W., HENDEKSONVIllE, N.C. Ph. 4201 •y Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions UNDER PERSONAL NUNA6EMENT •f SAUl HERMAN t s^uJ^u fau~u the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEAGI I Miami's finest BBRBBBBBBBBBIBRBBBB1 i!5iLHT IRON FUBIVITIJRE r Cocktail ana Occasional looofe Chain Scroll M Meaabeara's Teacarts Sectteeals Serein* Bars DISTINCTIVE C*T ITEMS Vanities wpoiUffe irom Product* Erne. %  $T *T PNOM PR 3-135 CALU Tnc rPAIYlKLIiV PRESS, I\c "Rorid.. FW" row ENGRAVED WEDDINGS 'CALLINCa CARDS e INFORMAL9 (•TOCKS • BONOS *• •TATIONKRY FlNKST QUALITY • EXCatLLKNT SERVIC-tf PHONE FR 3-8306 S28 SOUTHWKST TNTH STRICT 6 bla*kstone flower shops la serve yen 24 hoars ph.*. JE 8-1591 so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS/ Revolving Charge Account pay nothing down ... 1/3 your balance each month and NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. 7B I. FLA6LER PHONE S2-4441 4 %  i i 1



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Page 8 B •JewldhncrMbn frtotyMay W.1 Friedland Installed Emanu-EI President at Friday W, Samuel Friedland. civic and re .liKious leader, was installed for I mother year as president of Tern'pi.Emanu-EI. in a ceremony that highlighted the service last Friday i night. Those who ascended the pulpit and were charged with their re sponsibilities by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. installing officer, were honorary life presidents Mayer H. Frankel. Joseph M. Rose and Harry Workshops, Address by Or. Pilch Will Highlight Education Conference Continued from Pa 1 A \ M offlK fields. He has served as visiting r v, M m W^^^m m M New York lnivcrsl,y j W M ^^ %  ^AB Yeshiva ,4!) WL djk > ^^^ < %  —r~ ^Jk Opening session Saturday night h will feature Stanley Myers, presiMapping plans for Senior Citizens celebration are delegates dent of Greater Miami Jewish Fed to the Senior Citizens Council, representing the three Golden eration. Mrs Matilda H. Ratner. Aqe clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, president of the Bureau of Jewish Shown (front row. left to right) are three club presidents JoEducation, and Rabb. Joseph Narseph Horowitz. Beach Branch; Henry Garison. Town Branch; ot. of Temple Israel and Maurice Show, Flagler-Granada. Second row (left to Sundays activit.es wil right) are Louis Stillman. Mrs. Bert Cromer. Mrs. Maurice Shaw and Bert Cromer. in with an address by Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, txecutive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Delegates will then participate in three workshops chaired by Charles Cropper. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz and Alias Stratten. Discussion leaders arc Harold Thurman. Myers. Myer Baskin. SAMUll fKHDUMD Thurman Slated Principal Specker Harold Thurman. civic leader here and chairman of the Senior ^^ £aaHm, of Hollywood. AlCitiMM Div.s^ns of the Dade ^ Tanenbaum> of Savannah. Ga.. County Welfare Planning Council.: d Jack Bccker o{ Jacksonville. will he principal speaker at a joint netting sponsored by the Council Following the morning workof the Greater Miami Jewish Comshops will be a coherence lunchmun.tv (enter Sunday afternoon at %  addressed by Dr. Pilch .after 450 SW 16th ave. which the workshops will continue. ,„. ... The conference will close with an Senior Citizens t ounc.l is nude ^^ ^ whjch summarics up of representation of the three Q( wor|tsh fjndmgs wi „ ^ pre Golden Age r r i e nds hi p clubs. sen|ed worksh recorders Nat 1 Joint Shavuoth celebration was which are sponsored by the (,reat wjnokur and Herm n FeIdman t0 ^ held Thursday evening at ,r NliamiJev^sh Community Cenf<>||owcd by a conference summary ^j, H conugregaUon. u r? rancn l bv Louis Schwartzman. executive i Sponsors of the program are Branch and Fla gatrKSr anada *+\Z,*K of the Bureau of Jewish looSa Myerson club of Pioneer Education. Women and Ben Gurion Branch of Joint Shavuoth Celebration Here ish Community Center. Senior Citizens Sunday has been Sirkin. vice presidfnls J* B| ner, chirles Lipton an.1 George j 3 "T.'M.ier. Max ^ m cal secretary. So! (J' cording secretary, Dr Mechlowitz. Taking their oath, „ "f 'he board of d,^* Harry Bodenatein, M ? Iry.nu Cjrpjo, Bernard S Allen (...idherg. George Joaeph Hoffman. Leo B Benjamin 0. Kline Hirrtl etzky, Frank Lane. Dav7 son. Samuel Lipton. Samuel Oscar Mamber, Baron de Meyer. Dr. Kurt Peiser J Perlmutter. Leo RobmaT mond Rubin, Julius Irving Schatzman, Jack „ Edward J. Singer, i^ Alfred Stone. Henry Wi Members of the board, tees are Benjamin Adler," Applehaum. Hvman iel Broad. Jack Burns, _. kin. Jules channing. Jan* Max B Cohen. Jack Coopet Cove. Ben F. Danbaum. Uoj stein. Dr Jack J. Falk. Feiner. Dr. Stanley FrehH^ rice G. Furman. Sydar Harry Genet. Ben Zion Alexander Gordon, Nat Henry Hillman. Harold L field. Samuel Kagan. Dr. Sherman Kaplan. Katz. Sam Katz. M. J Hank Meyer, I. Louis Harry Mufson, Al CMwoH i Phillips. Louis Pollack. Postol. Bernard Rodins. I Simon Rubin. Marcus 0. Harry Seligman, Milton < Max Sulken. William Michael Tose. Harold | ney Walzer. Charles Raphael Yuncs. Chairman of the conference will Farband. MRS fANNIl BKAMNICK designated U the Official name for Gottlieb, and co-chair-! Rabbi Morton llalavsky. Israelite tins particular meeting at which „„„„.,„,.„., ,Mps ,„. Center spiritual leader, was guest time they will NMgnta and pay men for arrangefnenU art Mrs. Jo^ ^ ^ tribute to all senior citizens of the seph Duntov and Mrs. Benjamin vocallst presented musical proGrcater Miami area. Greene. ^^ with Q|ga Bibor stern K companying at the piano. Program chairman was Dr. A. J. Ishlon, who revealed Wednesday Oneg Shabbal Friday evening at > an official tour of the veterans or-1 the Friends of the Golden Slipper tna entertainment also included Coral (iables Jewish (enter will yani/ation. Thursday evening.! Camp for Children and also berecitations by Mrs. Sonya Gerbert. or Mrs Fannie E. Bramnick. there was to IK> a meeting of all I longs to the State Parole Board of Lf Golda Myerson club, national president of the National lord auxiliaries at the New Yorker Pennsylvania. A member of the; JWV Women's Official in Visit To Miami Area Emergency Aid Commission of Pennsylvania, she has helped spearhead the JWA Israel program. Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish hotel, and on Sunday a luncheon War Veterans o! the United States. w ,n honor Mrs. Bramnick at LinMrs Bramnick arrived here coin Manor. Greater Miami JWV i %  %  iday afternoon iron PhiladelpiMs and auxjli aries will he hosts plna and was met by Mrs Frieda Levine, Florida state Dapartmanl lent. day for Richmond. Va, to continue mar Hospital in Israel and eon m; ,tt ached men and women are The JWV women's official is on her official tour, is a member of ferred with Israeli officials invited to attend. Open House' Scheduled •Open House'' will be held by the B*nai B'rith Social Council „ 0n n ht r feC nt T A L E r TSaturday evening at the Florid.an raa lionMrs Bramnick visited Tel Hashohot{ ,, MombcrSi friends and al THE SWING IS TO ROWELL YOUR CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER MR. C. F. "Pete" SMITH and MR. RUDY LUND OUTSTANDING LEADERS IN BUSINESS, CIVIC AND AVIATION DEVELOPMENT and who were in our District 4 County Commission Race, have unanimously endorsed STACY'S Candidacy. HIS INSURE COUNTY PROGRESS WITH LEADERSHIP, ENTHUSIASM AND PROVEN BUSINESS ABILITY. Vote May 29 PULL LEVER 4 B CFd lv.I Adv.) 2-4 1 : ACREPIKBl Niflh and cleared, (a f $2,250 tack. Near St. UM( State Highway 76. NORMAN E.BUTIB | REALTM 13030 N.W. 7th An. Ml HOMESTEAD 10 AC PINELAND HOMESTEAD IS HURT HOUSES, terms. Wt I •r Acreage all over tl of Florida. SNYDDL 89-9914 — Evenings Sunset Island^ $35,000 Attractively h 3 Bedroom, 2 Balk Powder room, moid'! fee" Florida room, aba Uu ~ furnished if to defirii 2121 Regatta**] Call Owner-JE 1-01* EUREKA and W AREA $150 0Ptt* 10 acre* high p"""* $40^0 20 acre mange #•# *" $1500 PH 5 acrei high lla*Jf $1500 c OPA-L0CKA INOUSTIttl 235' Ft* !" RRSidi, ; 9 $ 4 i5 s ^ with only So-" 00 w Term*. Coll WILLIE ABRA Hl65712 asMA?' HAYMONP C ASMA*;



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w M ay 18, 1956 Collins Names ler Chairman feterans Home Lrj Lessor has been appoint[e chairman of the" Florida DS Home (Soldiers Home) state "l Florida. AppointL made by Gov. LeRoy Col•k. L r ,s presently national depL,.f of staff of the Disabled L n Veteran! and district UmamliT of that organiza|e is past national commandL Sonol Jewish War VetL s a !-" been active with [ Veterans of For[ Military Order of the Heart and Marine Corps an> ill World War I named [recently inaugurated barnily "Alfred A. iBarratkot Miami Beach." David Men Jacobson UMObson v/aa last week ously I to a fourth president of Beth David fclub. r officernamed were Louis ha. fit president; (ius |Mconii \ice president; Na%  tary; and Irvine; fen, tii of directors are Moe AtI Badanes, Murray Baum, [Bcrney. I'oiil Bleck, Michael | Herbert Frame, Milton A. an. Maurice H. Hyman, Max lu, Sheldon Kay, Jack LazISidney I-efcourt, Archie pon. Samuel Ostrowsky, I Pern. Robert Purish. %  rd Rothbart, Joe Ray vis, Bosengarten, Mitchell Sha|k Shantield. Edward Safer, E. Scher and Charles Z. iif.ee Appointed iuntment of a committee of ne Builders Assn. of South | to help plan the staging of fth annual Home Builders scheduled Nov. 25 through Jat Dinner Key auditorium kn innounced by John Beatpn. president. Beatty disJ that John Gassaway will produce the show as manager and that Vince DeMeo form Fox will act as chaired co-chairman respectively uilder-' committee. Walts Young or Old irn to Dance! Why Sit Home? [Meet New People the Waltz. Fox Trot Rhumba. etc. ENROUMCNT NOW r Appointment Phone Plaza 7-1643 Washington Avenue 'OF LEAK? CALL r OR CONN re Pair it or apply • one. For free "*phone: ACME SUPPLY CO. 9-S274 PR 3-6996 Weekend in Naples is ticket for a "get-away-from-it-all" rest, say Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, of 5227 Alton rd., Miami Beach, who enjoy their first visit to Beach club hotel in Gulf coast resort. Chiropractic Clinic Opened on Normandy Isle Dr. Irwin Bard, chiropractic physician, has announced the open ing of hi* oil KM i at 907 Normandy dr., Nnrmandv \-\v. Complete chiropractic diagnoses and treatment will be given at the clinic without t h e necessity of sending patients to outside Laboratories for tests. Dr. Bard revealed. "All types of cases are being treated at the new clinic, but special attention will be paid to structural deformaties in children and young adults, chronic joint disorders and physical rehabilitation of paralytic conditions." Dr. Bard has studied at Long Island University, University of Washington and is an honor graduate of the Chiropractic Institute of New York. Ue interned at Spears Chiropractic Hospital and Sanitorium in Denver, Colo., and spent two years at physical medicine departments of U.S. Army hospitals here and abroad. MacVSwrleeksAid In Next Primary County Commissioner I. r>. Macvicar. appearing before a dozen or more civic groups during the Pa>t week, express.,1 his apprecia'on to.he thousands of DadeeounL7h erS M Wh o su PP rt ed him during the May 8 primary election aH ,'h Inrfeed Rratif > in 8 to re"> t'Kit-M, many sober-thinking citizens n our county have ex •rcised their power at the polK ZSSfff 1 and l am deeply Commenting on the coming second primary on May 29, the comm.ss.oner pledged his continued efforts "toward keeping Miami and Dade county fully informed of the many accomplishments of the commission and •urged the voters not to be misled by high-sounding campaign accusations which look fine m print, hut which cannot stand up In the bright glare of public service, "Remember instead, it is the proved results Of ten years' experience which really count. 'This is a critical time in the history of Dade county." MacViear continued. "It is imperative that I I). MacViear be elected to the county commission to preserve a balance of integrity and progress at the same time." Pointing to his record of accomplishments during the past ten years. Commissioner MacViear listed his participation "in developing Miami's International Airport, the highly-praised park system, Jackson Memorial hospital, Dade county auditorium, Vizcaya and the Miami Seaquarium." Paqe 9 B Annual Teen Frolic May 19 is the date set for the annual teen spring frolic at the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center, 951 E. 4th ave., it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Isadora Stemmer, chairman of the joint youth activities committee of the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Centerand the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Newly elected presidents of Men's and Women's Councils of Southeast Florida, B'nai B'rith, Sidney Efronson and Eleanor Baltuch, review guide to coming year's activities following installation at Nautilus hotel. Efronson to Head B'nai B'rith Council Miami attorney Sidney Efronson has been elected president of the men's B'nai B'rith Council, of Southeast Florida. Council is the coordinating body of B'nai B'rith lodges in this area. Elected to serve with Efronson are Stanley Caidin, first vice president, who will also assume the presidency of Sholom lodge; Mike lossin, past president of Miami Beach lodge, second vice president; Ted Robinson, past president of Flamingo lodge, third vice president; David Sachs, secretary; Hal Green, treasurer; Leo Steinman. financial secretary; and Jack Kirschbaum, advisor. Efronson attended the University of Michigan, where he obtained his undergraduate degree. He graduated from the University of Miami school of law in 1950, where he was one of the founders of "Barrister,"' law school newspaper. At the university, he was also president of Bar and Gavel Legal So' ciety. A member of the Pythians and Masons, Efronson was also chairman of the board of directors of B'nai B'rith youth program in Greater Miami. He resides in Coral Gables with his wife, Sydell, and his only child, Beth Loren. GLASS F0R V b M


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"~ Page 10 B +^ls£!teisBa£= J^ay.MayH JWitzvali Bar Mitzvah Due At Gables Center Sloven Dwoskin will lx-come Bar Mit/vah durini: Maria* morning services. May 19of Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi MornSkop and Cantor Irving Robinson will officiate. Steven is the son of Mr dnd Mi v Harry Dwoskin. 2100 S\V 16th IfiamL !!• i> in the sevntti grade at Shenandoah .lunior High and has attended religkHU school for the past two rears. A reception in his honor will he bald Saturday evaoiag at the Center. rvonahl. _.. A pervotubl* yogn 9 m„ fKIGID KING with ribs mmtmtk fevch Auto Air Conditioning, Inc. 3551 N.W. 14* AVX-P*. NE 5-7M1 \ £?u !" *J n *• 2043 N. M. AM ,15 !" .ZZZZT*** • ch.ng*. Will ,,„""* ••"ll* iob. For f Urt £ tien ple, C ont K t n*L BARTH BENNITT DAY CAMP $30 a Month 2*01 S.W. 7th Si. HI 8 1407 Out-of-Towners To Fete Bayer Laurence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bayer. 2515 S\V 25th ave., will become Bar Ultxvata during .Saturday morning ser\ u-e-. May 19. at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov G, Rosenberg will officiate, with Cantor William W. i ipson rendering the musical portion of the liturgy Mr. and Mrs Bayer will be hosts in honor of their son at the Kidciu-h on Sabbath morning. Laurence is a seventh grade BtB> dent at Shenandoah Junior High and is in the concert band and bugle corps He haboon attending Beth David religious school for the past six years Out-of-town guestwill include Ingrandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gottesman and Mrs Clara Bayer, of Brooklyn, and Mrs A. \V. (ielfand. ol the Bronx, NY. Gary Martin, son of Mrs. Roslyn Leslie and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mart, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple EmamfCl Saturday; May 19. .Bobi* Irving lehzn)ao will officiate. Gary is a seventh grade student at Miami Beach Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Two Will be Confirmed At Zamora Center Services Miss Harriet Ostrle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostrie. and Mi-s Sharon Press, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Press, will be confirmed by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz at Saturday morning services May 19. Both Harriet and Sharon are students at Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jewish Education. MIAMI BEACH SUIFSWC 1104 line .In M. 9473 Hording Av.< Ph. JE 1-3112 Ph. UN 4-4171 CUSTOM TAILOKING 1104 LINCOLN ROAD Miami tMch 9473 HARDING AVENUE in Mil HABERDASHERY 32nUmr mm Miami iMch •rother, Louij B. B Ui h' 9-8443.*' Empl ym,n S3 Natior Ciaig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. Pinsker, 8329 Crespi blvd.. formerly of Pittsburgh, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Double Bar Mitzvah Joel. s..n ad Mr. and Mrs Charles ( Brandwein, 1985 Calais dr., and! Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray ] Regan, 1101 Marseilles dr. will be iBar Mitzvah Saturday morning at I the North Shore Jewish Center. \ Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Both boys are students at | the religious school of the Center and attend Nautilus Junior High. —Miami Board of fo^ Salesman SchotT" New Class May 7-10 pan. 4 weeb $50 DR. FRANCIS j. CAH0CCU learn to pass real en* ( Also ltorn ft em Backed by 400 Mwn I PHONE FR MJH FROM NEW YORK TO 1 NAPLES LIMITED SPACE STILL AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER SAILINGS 'met Consul* Vow*' TV0t/ Aamr IIM lllAtl HIVICMION (I HAMIET SMAROM ON MAY 29th A 4 V STEVENSON And the Sierention Delegate* OEUOATIS FROM >• CONGRISSIOfML OISTRICT Robert M. Morgan Mrs. EHaa K. Wbiteside Of LEGATES AT LAROf Dante t. F-oscell i William C. Laataff Adiai Demands Recognition 'Israel Is Here to Stay' Adiai E. Stevenson Wednesday called for immediate action t'> U sure the world that "Israel is here to stayTaking time out from his intensive campaigning in California, the Democratic Prastdantial aspirant told The Jewish Fioridian that 'it is now apparent that our present government has no firm policy in the Middle East "The Eisenhower administration has not unequivocally made it clear that the State of Israel is here to Stay and that we will not ;i!low it to be erased." Stevenson said. "The Eisenhower administration Rat encouraged military alliances and Arab rearmament in disregard of tensions and animosity, th, ichy opening the area to Communist penetration." AUGUST BROS fcy£ is the OKSI C 'OwMf-i lesmeititltti: Aecriai-Umll SMppl*| Cl.,lie. 19 ItctvSI..I.M• lift* Corns On In... The Water's fine At MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 10401 %  ISCAYNf lOUlEUI* OPENS JUNE 11 PHONE PL 7-4921 "THANKS" to all my thousands ol friends and supporter* who voted for me on May 8 I am forever grateful ... my warmest thanks to Tj EARL E. GATES I WOULD SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOU ALU* WITH ME AND GOING TO THE POLLS ON MAT* to Vote for THELMA HARDISON YOUR PRESENT CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 I feel that MRS. HARDISON. because of her past* and knowledge of Dlatrict 3. and with the otf competent deputise, will continue the splen service again for the next four years. Again Hun* BE SURE TO VOTE MAY 29. EARL E. GATES M Pot AAV > R. I. GoMtier. Jr. -Mrs. Phyllis Pollak Mrs. J. Friti Gordon Irving Cypen Tony •enedetto Mrs. Robert L. Hoyd Mrs. Aquilino Lopex. Jr. (Key West) Id Pol Ad. Enroll Yonr Children Now ...in the NORMANDY MUSIC & ART CAMP A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING i** • tramp ectivitWs iedeeief ercttestrs, Urnd, 4rmm ceres, tUrmi M '• eMJ dramatki. • All forms .1 peletlef. scepters eed creft*. FULL ATHLETIC PROGRAM .„ r „i • Wits, iwimmi*, KtWities centers* 1 et lbs Mertfc $Aert •* <•'• *> mm m • H,,M, .lull.4 erefeuieeel iteff. SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM • Reasdlel lesdief mm* Hlfffc Scbsel Selects. fr lnl.rmmli.rn Call UN 6 6811 1021 1IAMITZ 0IVl MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA STATf ACCffDITIO ON REQUK T NORMANDY SCHOOL PrlMN lebseb AsascWJes* % %  L



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t. May' 8 1 956 jay Rally Sells in Bonds bign Miami'1956 Israel Bonds u m oved into high gear C is a Sunday night Labor ra IK 5 oId $30,000 in bonds the year's total past the mark ian Jacob Sher called the „, a series of Labor Zionist K addressed by Meyer L. •highly encouraging. With Hal success of our women's B 1956 looks like another year for the bond drive." ID, national president of the lioni.-t order, was feted at jr meeting Saturday night |a Sunday night rally, at HiLodge in Miami Beach. Ray Berman sang Israeli is a crowd of almost 400 cut Ihrfay rake *yrfnSolizirig fcan n i versary of: iadf Page IIP First UM Medical Grads Are Honored With a dinner and dance at the [Biscayne Terrace hotel on Saturday night, Beta Chi chapter of Phi | Delta Epsilon, national medical fraternity, honors its graduating members. The seniors, Sidney Adler, Rich ard Alper, Milton Hillman, Leo Braverman and Sheldon Kalmutz, —>—— will receive their MD degrees on J' ~ !" ftevenson sits with former Mayor Abe Aronovitz June n M mcm **vs of the first and precinct chairman Burnett Roth at a Stevenson rX in i g duatin S <*• of the University Flamingo park recently, with capacity crowds m atUdance M ami SCh f medicine Mayor Aronovitz made his first Vublic appearance srn7 e ^ Tr0nhi "* "^ *££? aCUVe P ,i,iCaI ,i,e in rder inSJ^Got -OBITUARIESARNOLD KRAMER si>. or Mi; gspanols Way, operator of the Hotel Sinclair adjoining his home, died Mm 1:1 ,,f ,, ii,..iit ailment He '•"' %  '"i here I" years n from New York. Where he was In tinStore, fixture liualneHH. II. leaves his wife. Rose; a later, Mrs Sarah i..-h^isfeld; and a brother, Abraham Kreminltaer. Services were Ma\ u la Memorial Chapel, Washington are., with burial in Ml. sinai Cemetery. HERMAN SALUK M, of SOI siv i;.ih avu., died May 18. A retired dress m;inuffi<'tiir'-i, he oaine here 12 yeara aan from Pbiladellihla. Btirvlvlng are his wife. Bertha; two sons. Oeorjaa and Abraham: two daughters, in> Itullni: Mrs Muse AlterMiami: and eight grandchildren ; ServicewenM.i\ II in Onlilon Kuneial Home, with burial In Alt. \el.o ( '. in. tl 16 Are Confirmed At Gables Center Wednesday thanked his supporters fcr defensive use, land Mrs Solomon Halperin I To persons at'a parlor u at then home which re1 in the purchase of $15,000 |e of Israel Bonds. terance Seeks it in Runoff mncrrted campaign to "get biggc.-t possible vote on P" h the campaign strategy > Pomerance. who faces a | with the incumbent in the r r constable. District Five. I meetinjt this week with hisand campaign manager Partner, plans were devised kail precincts from Miami [to Sunny Isles, urging voters V another few minutes to I your ballot." "mber of important races 1 lo be decided in the May ting. f Jess Yarboroughi j*fYsn!on. presideflOWBt^ 'lionist Assembly of Greater Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual rf II* M ffis^t'' J Mder J S raI G bleS JeWish Cen !" y u-nfced hi. ,t of the local Histadrutiter, and Mrs. Joel Belov. instrucin the May 8 primary %  -and presidents of every; tor. certified the confirmation of Pioneer Women and,16 students of the religious school gon organization in the area at services this week ated in the largest meeting i The class of 1956 was to interId by Labor Zionists {pripret the Ten Commandments and n<| I present a cantata under the direcy Glazier, city manager of tion of Robert Strassburg, commd organization, praised poser, entitled "Habikurim—First usts for their efforts in Fruits," during the Thursday serv•st five years of the camice. it said -lf)56 is a year of Nathan Winokur. Center presibn. and all of us must redent, presented the confirmands > our dforts." with Bibles. Mrs. Al Reich, Sistercalled Secretary of State hood president, awarded four camp ater Dulles' Middle East scholarships. Mrs. Belov presented "nothing short of appeasethe diplomas certified by Louis and called on the AdminisKisncr. education director. to allow Israeli purchase of — %  New Hospital, Surgical Plans Revealed Here Two hospital and surgical expense plans have been introduced by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, according to an announcement this week. Both plans provide benefits at older ages and during the policyholder's active years. According to the announcement,, one plan stipulates that premium payments cease when the insured reaches 65, with paid-up benefits on a modified basis provided without further premium payment obli-1 gation to the policyholder as long as he lives. The other hospital and surgical expense plan is offered to persons up to 75 years of age, with coverage continuing and premiums payable an long as the insured lives. The announcement indicates that both plans are guaranteed renewable. Once the policy is in force, it may not be canceled by the insurance company except for nonpayment of premiums. However, the announcement says, because of the changing trends in hospital costs and the company's experimentation with higher age brackets, Metropolitan reserves the right to adjust premium charges on such policies as a class. In charge of these plans here are four of Metropolitan Insurance Company's Miami Beach representatives. They are Ivan Fisher, Nat Cans, Richard Halpert and Sylvan Westein. Metropolitan office is at 3200 SW 3rd ave., Miami. Trophies, based on scholastic achievement and fraternal service, will be awarded to Richard Alper. Elton Goldfield will be designated "Outstanding Freshman." New officers for 1956-57 are Bruce "BtfirY 4>re^*nV Chirks jNaness, vice president; Arthur county commission from District 4,' Fle sner II, secretary; Arthur RaFossey Thanks Dade Supporters Balph Fossey, candidate for the LOUIS GERBER 84. nf 4'il SW nth st.. WIKI came tn .Miami l" years ago from Cleveland, died May 12. litwas owner anil operator of I, & (1 (lias* Co. until h.hrc anie III lam year. Surviving a 1 Ma wife. Uuth. and tWO sons. Hllint and Menjamin. Services were May II in < lordou Funeral Home, with burial in Ml. Nebo Cemetery. Fossey said he was "gratified at the wonderful vote I received and want to be sure and thank the people for the confidence they ex-, S hap,r01 pressed in supporting me for pub-, Epsilon graduate club, will be honlic office." iored guests. din, treasurer; Sidney Naness, historian. Dr. Theodore Struhl, alumni faculty advisor, and Dr. Richard president of Phi Delta MRS. CLARA SIEGAL fin. of 217 Klm-ayne St.. a resilient here VRT.1, iliad Stay 12. She was a J member of Heth Jacob Congreeation. Btirvlvlng are her husband. David, anil a son, Andrew Kchrader. Services wen M.iv 14 In Mivci side-Beach MeJ Chapel. Washington ave.. with interment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. HYMAN BERNSTEIN •IT. vi.lor from Brooklyn, N.T., died Apr, 12. Newman-tiorilnn %  Punerai Home waa In churKiOl local arrange m.-iiis. VHE LARGEST REUPHOLSTERERS AND REFINISHERS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA AREA TtigBH 7 HEARING AIDS Service All Makes Borteriet Cards MeMfl Redio-TV-Hi Fl [Gould Hearing Aids L'ncoln Rd Jt 8 79 AlUn Re. J-ECAL NOTICE ^cfRc B m/y BL ^ CAT,ON 1T H JiVnTr. C OURT OF THE 1 •"v N ,^iff No ,90 43 \ V I lh:de Keal) ,'Unty. Klurlrfa 1 KU'K. JR. Ueputy Clerk LEGISLATURE GROUP Jan. f. Cooray, CM, Cea,MJt^eer SAMUEL COHEN 85, retired painting contractor, dicl Hilived at l.Vi .l.-ff.-i son ave.. havini; come here 12 years aen from Brooklyn, His wife. Badle, Iwo daUSbtera, Mrs I.villi (ireene anil Mci Boabla Waldon, a aon and two sisters survive, Bervlcea will be in Brooklyn, with RIversMe-BeAoh Memorial Cliapil. Wushington ave.,' ill charge locally. SIMON KAHN 57, owner and operator of Rafter Palnl and Class ('<•.. died May 10. He came hen17 years ajto from Philadelphia, residing al IMS HW iih st. I), was a member of Workmen' C cle Branch 809 and the Moose. %  vivlna are Ms wife, Bella; two da ughtera, includlnt Mis Bather Hlefel: si-c brothers and two grandchildren BorvMa> ll at fjordon Pu Hum.with burial in Mt. Slnal i ISIE SILVERMAN fi".. of tt FUvo All', dr., an anarlmpnt i. Dei ami real estate di died May II. He came to Miami n ago from Inesaaapolts and \v:i~ a member of Temple Israel Surviving anliis wife. .less; two M.ns. S! i ti lej and .lark; and a ulster. Mrs Carson Bervlcea were May 13 In Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel, Alton id., with entombment in Woodlawn Mausoleum. RUBIN COHEN II. of Hi SW 2nd st., died May In. IN formerly lived In Brooklyn. He i> survived by hi wife. Kate; two -..ns. Daniel and Sandy; and three brothers, Max. Sidney and Samuel Hervlcea were May ll at RiversideBeach Memorial Chapel, with huiial in Ml. Sinai Cemetei f. LOUIS PECK 70, of 811 Jefferson ave died May HV A retired owner of a dry cleaninr business, he came here nine v ago from New York and la survived by his wife, Pe|d. a son. daughter, two brothers and two sisters. Serrii


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Page 12 B y.MttthrkMam GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST CASABLANCA (JTA)—The emigration of Moroccan Jews to Israel f 8 an •anti-national" act. Hadj Omar ben Abdel Jellil. a leader of the nationalist Istiqlal Party, told a Jewish audience he re At th e same lime he stressed the Istiqlal pledge of full equality of rights for Moroccan Jews, which the party adopted at its last congress. Addressing a meeting of Jew.sh Istiqlal members. Hadj Omar, a founder and executive member of the party, said that taking Moroccan capital out of the country must also be regarded as an "anti-national" act. He urged the Moroccan Jews to stay here and "help build a better future. TUNIS (JTA)-The Tunisian authorities hav<> no intention of interi.ring with Tunisian Jews who want to emigrate to Israel, official Circles here toM the Jew.sh Telegraphic Agency. These same circles emphasised that Tunisia la a free country and all Tunisians are at liberty to enter or leave the country at will, unless involved in criminal proceedings. This statement was made in the wake of remarks by Bechir Ben Yahmed. secretary "i %  %  • lor information, who told a press conference that the Tunisian Government hoped thai "Tunisian nation meaning Jewswould not "have their bodies in Tunisia and their hearls elsewhere." NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS MOSCOW (WNSi—An article charging that the World Zionist Con|| under the control of the American State Department and that the conclave has been transformed into I platform of warmongering hysteria appeared last week Ifl "Red Star." Soviet Army organ. In addition the publication also attacked Premier David Ben Gurion. calling him a war monger. The Red Star marked the first instance of a Soviet press assault OB torneJ since recenl Moscow declarations that Soviet Russia was prepared to cooperate IB solving the Arab-Israel dispute. toother Soviet publication, Pravda, carried an admonition to Communist Party members to cease Talmudlc disputation methods in political debate or evaluation. MUNICH (JTAi—The Bavarian Landtag has given unanimous approval to a Sonal Democratic motion denouncing "the mounting stream of propaganda emanating from the extreme right as well as from the extreme left," and calling upon the state government "to initiate the necessary counter-measures both in Bavaria and in Bonn" Speaking lor the sponsoring Social Democrats. I.andtag deputy H. Essl emphasised that the motion was designed t<> repudiate the efforts aiming at the ••i ol Nail atrocities synagogues throughout Israel would be closed down and prayers would be held in the open air. TiL AVIV (JTA)—The United States destroyer Surcoff arrived at Haifa where It received a riotous welcome, both official and unofficial. As the vessel steamed into the port all workers in the vicinity halted their labors and cheered wildly. L *;-ar NAT GAM! *• 14411 } un inset**,"' PARIS (JTA) A series of conferences to seek a rapprochement mg Christians, Moslems and Jews has been organized here by the nee Orient Committee." A communique issued by the group said We must find I way to bring Christians, Jews and Moslems togetherall those who say they are the descendants of Abraham." Speakers will include Edmond Flej| and Father Roger Rrau. whose topic will be "For onciliation between Christians and Jews." and Stanislaus Fuget. iking on The Debt Owed to the Jewish World." LONDON (JTAi—Prime Minister Sir Anthony F.den told Commons thai the United Nations is the proper forum for discussing the Middle East arms embargo and for resolution of the Israel-Arab conflict, He made h;statement in reply to a query from I.abonte W. N. Warbey who asked whether the Prime Minister was pursuing the suggestion made last week by Nikita Khrushchev. Soviet Communist Party chief, that there should be collective agreement 10 embargo arms to the Middle East ON THE AMERICAN SCENE NEW ORLEANS (JTA>—A controversy 0Mt a family seating plan in Congregation Chevra Thilim here may be headed for the courts, it was disclosed this week A group of members opposed to the new seat mg plan has engaged an attorney to represent them in the matter Meanwhile, in aa effort tfl settle the matter amicably the synagogue rd has modified the plan so that the new arrangement would apply only to the rear of the synagogue, while those who preter the old seating arrangement may remain in iront NEW YORK (WNSi — Chaim C.rade. II I.eiviek. Moshe Avigdor Shulvass and A. B Mala< hi .are the winners of the Louis I.aMcd prises for their Yiddish and Hebrew books which were published last year, it j was announced here this week. This is the Kith >ear in which the $500 priMS have been awarded annually by the Foundation to two books in each of the languages RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — The first commercial and payments agreement between Israel and Brazil was concluded here this week. The document was signed by Brazilian Foreign Minister Macedo Soares and Israel Minister of Commerce Pinchas Sapir. There is no limit on the financial transactions under the new agreement. Mr. Sapir left for New York after the conclusion of the agreement. TORONTO (JTA) — An appeal for defensive arms for Israel was voiced here at the closing session of the founding convention of the Canadian Labor Congress, composed of the merging AFL and C1Q groups. The delegates of the 1.000.000 member organization urged the •Canadian Government to release arms to Israel so that she could match in quality, if not in quantity, the arms which Arab states are receiving lrom the Communist bloc. Ufgf WIRES mm ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA) — Danny Kaye wound up a standing room onlytour of Israel with a performance at the garden auditorium of ZOA House here before several thousand spectators. An even greater number watched the comedian go through his paces from vantage points on nearby roofs. Kaye. who was here on his Asian goodwill mission for the United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF). highlighted his final appearance by "conducting" the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Members of the Israeli Chief Rabbinate and leading rabbis met to consider action to prevent "further desecration of the Sabbath" such as the opening of an industrial exhibit in Haifa last Saturday. The meeting decided that Chief Rabbis Isaac Herzog and Itzhak Nissim should call on President Itzhak Ben Zvi to ask his intervention with the Haifa authorities. If this fails, the rabbis agreed, all mroN TI U. S. ROYALI Ms^&k •' -HMfflMf DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! 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lbe\wiytUEIIiDiriidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.Number 20
[^ELECTED PRESIDENT
frith Votes for Alliance
mizations to Trouble
Problems Around World
GTON A proposal to form a federation of Jewish organi-
would act consultatively" on world problems was consider-
when H'nai B'rith voted unanimously to participate in it.
posal was made here at the B'nai B'rith triennial convention
i Dutznick, who waf reelected by acclamation as president
bnization. The success of the "experiment" would depend,
on the participation of other major Jewish organizations
- throughout the" world. For the
present, the participating organiza-
ffipfiPH trt tions would discuss only questions
IJIVvlvU lv on wnicn (here "is agreement that
they be dealt with." He added: "In
the absence of such agreement,
every organization can act on its
own. No voting procedure will take
place during a two-year trial period
and decisions can only be reached
by agreement."
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles told the 1,000 delegates anil
guests that there was some hope
of reducing tension in the Middle
East. He based this belief on the
mission of t'nited Nations Secreta-
ry-General Dag Hammorskjold and
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 18, 1956
Price 20 Eisenhower Tells Newsmen Saudis Have
'Some Rights' in Jewish Ban Controversy;
Says Bases Without1 W> fmbassv Status
to
Israel Loan
VGTON (JTA>The Ex-
Bank is expected to
ibly in the reasonably
re on an Israel request
^000.000 loan to finance
iiit of water resources
the main Jordan River
was indicated here by
ties, which cnnlirmed that
ration had been made.
is an agency of the U.S.
tot.
1
on the fact that "the Soviet Union PHILIP M. KLUTZNlCK^president of B'nai B'rith, hands cere-
ingly aware of the monial trowel to Mrs"j5aTsy,^lonsky, of Los Angeles, at corner-
stone-laying exercises of the new B'nai B'rith exhibit hall and
building. Looking on are Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (left) and
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver (right), who were the principal speak-
ers at the event. The $1,300,000 "shrine to democracy" is
being erected by the B'nai B'rith Henry Monsky Foundation.
M.
1UDAH HUH
national authority;
Effective Cease-Fire First
Step to Peace, Dag Feels
seems increasi
dangerous consequences of reck-
less action, and has indicated that
it too would be prepared to support
a solution through the United Na-
tions."
The delegates took note of his
triennial banquet address by pass-
ing a resolution favoringly "any
honorable approach" that will
bring peace to the Middle East.
"whether through the good offices
of the United Nations, the North
Atlantic treaty Organization, or
joint action by the Western democ
racies."
In other resolutions the B'nai
. _.:_., i this week declared United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarsk-
Bnth delegates warnea again, i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Securi,y Council on his peace mjSM0n to the!is persona non grata and cant en-
permitting sectarian religious in- Mj(id|e gast 'ter." But. Mrs. Eisenhower went
doctrination in publis schools";
far off. but even partial
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Eisenhower last week told
newsmen at his press conference
that Saudi Arabia does have "some
rights" with respect to persons
who enter United States bases
there, because the bases do not
have the same status as U.S. Em-
bassies. The President also indi-
cated that he had not heard that
American Jews had been barr< <1
from serving at bases there and
referred the question to the State
Department.
Replying to the initial question
on the matter, the President said
that he had known that "certain of
our agreements accord to a nation
where these bases are .situated the
right to determine if an American
RIGHTS SUBORDINATED
NEWARK (JTA)A charge that
the State Department has subor-
dinated the "rights of American
citizenship to the expediencies of
international bargaining," was
made here by Phil Baum of the
American Jewish Congress Legal
Department. Addressing the Essex
County chapters of the Greater
Newark Women's Division of the
AJC, Mr. Baum described various
forms of Arab discrimination
against American Jews, and noting
especially the ban on American
Jewish servicemen at the air base
in Saudi Arabia, declared that
acquiescing in this arrangement
meant becoming "a party to the
UNITED NATIONS (WNS>-If the cease-fire he recently concluded negation of the constitutional con-
between Israel and the Arab countries can be kept up. it would start a of re"8',us freedom and rel"
chain of reactions toward peace and ultimate Israel-Arab peace talks, | gous privacy.__________________^
The final settlement," Hammarskjol cautioned, "is probably still on to add, "Now, I have never
t of the United Na- far off. but even partial solutions*-----------------------------------jheard this, that American Jews
s, to the harrassing problems of the|(he wei(are of the peoples concern- cannot go into our air bases.
When the reporter explained
tions and its specialized agencies,
including UNESCO-
region would be a contribution to
mfab Opens on Personnel Crisis
ng the Personnel Crisis in
sh Schools" will be the
i two-day regional con-
officially opening at the
! Saturday. May 19, and
ng win, workshop sessions
Iwnference luncheon at the
I hotel Sunday.
[conference, co-sponsored by
erican Association for Jew-
"uon and the Bureau of
Education of Greater Mi-
e fourth in a series of
conferences convened
hv the American Assn. throughouti the South and with recommenda-
cheduled for has assumed critical proportions
ed and to the peace of the world."
The UN Secretary General con- \ that
eluded that the initiative tor peace
must come from the Middle East-
ern contries themselves and that
no attempt should be made to im
the
same problem and
next November in Washington,
D.C. Over 300 delegates from Flor-
ida, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama
and South Carolina are expected to
attend.
The conference will deal with
the social and economic factors re-
sponsible for the present teacher
shortage in Jewish schools, the cur-
rent sources of teacher supply in
not only in this area, but through-
out the nation.
Highlight of the weekend will
be an address by Dr. Judah Pilch,
executive director for the Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Edu-
cation. Dr. Pilch is well-known in
both educational and religious
Continued on P9 8 B
BH DEPUTIES SEND MEMORANDUM TO MOSCOW
.... -_..wi m*nv families to be united.
Pentagon had advised
newsmen that Jews simply were
never assigned there as a'result of
private advisement by Saudi Ara-
Ibia, the President said he would
Sde Diplomats here interpreted ment which "is where I get my
this as a warning to the great now- exact information." He continued,
ers not to meddle in the Middle. however, by referring t
East without UN sanction.
Speculation here centered
on
the possibility of a second "peace
mission" to the Middle East by
Hammarskjold in the wake of the
report to the Security Council
that bases do not have Embassy
status and said, "We are not a
sovereign there. Therefore, they
do have some rights that you have
got to accord them."
PON (JTAiThe Board of Deputies of British
^martc public the memorandum it sent to
lfk!n,ler Nlko,ai Bulganin and Communist
I JNikita Khrushchev when the Soviet lcad-
* Britain last month. The memorandum
hh"! b> "'"'"* ,hal news hd reached British
ihih',ewlaa Draver t*00** h,d bcen pub"
lot* VS"V"'' Union, that new synagogues had
rod and that for the first time in many
V!*lsn s'ngers and cantors had appeared at
^concerts.
j1*1" heartening feature of what may well
^ nd forward looking policy is the permis-
number of Soviet citizens, now running
rl hundreds, to join their relatives in
,he memorandum said. We^ JMJW- ^
otter' requirements of the Jewish religion.
Gov Theodore R. McKeldin, of Maryland, at annual dinner in
New York's Waldorf Astoria hotel Apr. 29. Recipients were
cited for "outstanding individual contributions in epitomizing
and advancing principles of human brotherhood." Brig. Gen.
David Sarnotf, chairman of board of the Radio Corporation of
America, first brotherhood award winner in 1951, presented
leather bound citations in a special ceremony.


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Dr. Williams Given Convention *" ***
Award at Meeting
Fr
Dr. H. Franklin Williams (right1 vice president of University
of Miami, is presented with North Shore lodge. B'nai B'rith.
annual award for "outstanding public service" by Jerome
G. Greene, B'nai B'rith state vice president, at a banquet in
the Fontainebleau hotel recently.
Tifereth Israel Will Honor Officers
Tiforoth Israel Norlhside Cen- Ptadorieh H Mayer, Theodore
tor will honor newly elected "Hi Peerlatein, Irving Querldo and Bar
cers and members of the board ol rj /uckerman.
lora during Pridaj evening

Following arc Siaterhood offl-
Ann Harris, president: An
To i I ire Mar-hall nette Eisenberg, first vice presi-
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H. Comis, president; Dr Morton
Terry, first i sident;
eond \ ice president;
dent; Sylvia Pearlstein, aecond vice
president; Sadie Saul, third vice
president; Sylvia First, treasurer;
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Nat< surer; Kohert Hilda Srhwartztxrrg. financial
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Dr. If. Franklin Williams, vice
president it ImverMty <>f Miami,
WM presented uith an award "for
outstanding public service In the
Miami community (luring 1955" by
the North Shore lodge of B'nai
B'rith at its installation dinner last
week in the Fontainebleau hotel
Sunday in the Fontainebleau hotel.-
Judge Milton Friedman, past
B'nai B'rith State Federation presi-
dent, was master of ceremonies
and Installed newly elected officers
ol the lodge. .
Jerome G. (Jreenc. state vice
president of B'nai B'rith. made the
annual presentation of awards.
Nathaniel Glickman was inducted
as president Other officers for the
year 1956-1957 are S. George Berk-
ley, president-elect; George Balt-
ueh. David Fenton and Dr. Gerald
Fishbein, vice presidents; Jack
Wilson! Treasurer ;* Jerome G.
(Ircene. chaplain; Arthur S. Ncm-
ser. corresponding secretary; Dr.
Enoch J. Saphffe. recording secre-
tary; Alvin Trautenberg. financial
secretary; Is ian: and Morris Lunch, warden.
Directors are Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Harry Block. Alexan-
der Douglis. Milford Gilbert. Dr.
Herbert Goldberger. Ezra Finegold,
Dr. David Hendel. Melvin J. Rich-
ard. Dr. Robert Rosen. Morris
Roth. Sam Solloway. Morris I'ri-t.
Murray Weil.
Co-chairmen of the banquet were
Jack Wilson and Murray Weil.
The 1958 convention of the
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America will be held
in Miami Beach Nov. 9 through 11, \ 5*rmMt or*"^',
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cJLetter
rom
ABE...
I. P. MkVKAI
Mr. and Mrs. Dade County
Dade County, Florida
Dear Friends:
A.
I'm sure you all know that my recent
heart attack forced me to resign as Mayor
of Miami and withdraw from political
activity.
However, our county is in grave danger
and I cannot conscientiously idly sit by while
a vicious political machine is preparing to
regain control of the vast resources of
Dade County.
In the interest of good government, I
should like to publicly state to every
individual in Dade County that I am whole-
heartedly supporting the campaign of
Commissioner I. D. MacVicar who is seeking
that post in the second primary election on
May 29th and further to state that we
cannot permit a conniving political machine
to elect a puppet to accomplish their
purpose.
Commissioner MacVicar has indisputably
proved his personal and official integrity
through his ten years of dedicated service to
Dade County and I strongly urge you to
soberly consider his invaluable experience
which is urgently needed in these critical
times.
Sincerely.
AU AnwMMty
Abe Aronovitz
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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wjenisli Meridian
Published every Friday sines If 27 by the Jewish!
Florldlan at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami l. F lonaa I
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Friday. May 18, 1956____________
Philip Klutznick Reelected Let's Put a Stop to it
Philip Klutznick's reelection to presidency of
B'nai B'rith indicates the world organization's
iaith in his past activities and leadership.
B'nai B'rith has for a long time been a voice
with which to reckon both on the national and
international scenes. Klutznick has a long
record of public service in behalf of Jewry,
dating back to the early Roosevelt administra-
tions. As president of B'nai B'rith. he raised
the organization's significance to great heigh
Especially during the last three years, Ameri-
can Jewry's entree to inner Washington circles
has been slight, to say the least. Among other
leaders, Klutznick's name has been paramount
in the tactically difficult problems involved in
bringing to the attention of our government the
causes near to the hearts of us all.
He has had frequent personal contact with
Secretary of State Dulles- frequent in light of
the unfortunately attenuated relationship be-
tween American Jewry and Washington's
upper echelons during the past few years. On
most occasions these contacts have been fruit-
ful in bridging the gap.
Klutznick's reelection at this time came simul-
taneously with a B'nai B'rith proposal to form
a federation of Jewish organizations that will
act in consultative fashion on world problems.
The creative and energetic nature of his spirit
symbolizes this latest move in behalf of the
world's oldest and largest fraternal Jewish or-
der ever to be vigilant in regard to Jewry's and
humanity's best interests.
One Failure Breeds Another
We don't like laboring a point. But some-
times it is necessaryespecially when the
issue with which we are concerned goes con-
tinually horn bad to worse.
We refer here to the Hammarskjold report.
When the UN secretary general told the Securi-
ty Council that he had achieved the first step
toward peace in the Middle East, he must
surely have been embarrassed by Israel's
latest announcements of battles on her borders
with recalcitrants Jordanian and Arab infil-
trators.
Latest rumor is that Hammarskjold will make
another trip to the Near East soon. If the United
Nations is to achieve peace in the trouble spot,
its emissary will have once and for all to settle
two issues.
These are the continuing failure on the part
of the Arab nations to recognize the national
and territorial integrity of the State of Israel and
the illegal blockade of the Suez Canal.
Barring a reversal of these conditions, there
can be no peaceno sound future for Israel or
the Arab peoples. For the failure to recognize
Israel's integrity and to bring to a close the
Suez blockade demonstrates effectively, in
turn, the Arab failure to respect the United
Nations and the peoples of the world who are
its members.
The Season for Awards
This is the season once again for the many
book awards given by various Jewish organiza-
tions and individuals to top writers.
Among these are the Louis Lamed Awards
and the four prizes for 1955's best works of
Jewish interest contributed by the Jewish Book
Council of America.
In the face of the multitudinous problems be-
setting Jewry today, its leaders still take time
out to recognize the artistic achievement of
novelists, poets and playwrights.
We would welcome similar activity on the
part of peoples and groups elsewhere in our
nation and abroad. For such activity indicates
concern for the highest principles of human
endeavor, emphasizes the similarity of univer-
sal human ideals and shows differences to be
a matter on which only the bigot and the 11-
informed thrive.
President Eisenhower has told newsmen
that the Saudi Arabians have "some rights"
in the matter of barring Jews from service at
American bases there.
The President's explanation is based on the
fact, as he puts it, that military bases do not
have the same status as foreign embassies.
We suppose this would imply our govern-
ent's stern insistence on the principle that we
nd all other nationshave no right to inter
fere with the internal governmental policies of
powers abroad.
This principle has historically proven to be in
the worst interest of the free peoples of the
world. But we would be inclined, nonetheless,
to support it on the basis that our neighbors'
business is not our own.
However, the history of our foreign policy
during the past twenty years clearly indicates
that we have ignored this principle time and
time again when we felt that the trend of inter-
nal events of other nations might affect us
adversely.
Our role in putting down the Guatemala
revolution is a case in point. Our role in the
quarrel between maverick Chiang Kai-Shek
and Red China is another example. Our iden-
tification with the French in Indochina and
North Africa, with the British in Transjordan,
Cyprus and Ceylonthese are further exam-
ples of American willingness to ignore the
hands-off principle.
The President's remark to newsmen is there-
fore lacking in good taste and judgment. In
addition, it silently encourages the Arabs to
look upon American Jewry as a second-class
citizenry without the rights and privileges ac-
corded all Americans everywhere.
Finally, it skirts an even more fundamental
issuethe fact that the Stars and Stripes are
forbidden by Saudi Arabia to be flown over
American bases there and that Americans are
denied the freedom to practice their religions
in accordance with their consciences because
all these things are reprehensible to Arab
nationalist and spiritual impulses.
How much are we going to let them push us
around, and how long will the present Admin-
istration remain silent in the face of such
obvious insults to our integrity as a truly free
and democratic people?
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LOTS Of OBSTACLES STILL LIFT
During The Week ...
y LEO MINDLIN *
THE FAT'S in the fire and will soon be ponnin ,
their speech mechanisms to say auinm ?' andid*
want to hear. Why the Republicans are pla2*"> *h<
tins Presidential election year is beyond me?,* na,in;
recall the ignominious Dewey defeat of iqJ m ">*
McCormick and Time magazine rolled off th *hen c
news event which was never destined to tak iPresv v ,h
feel sore of victory. IaKp P'ace. Nori
Its simply that the Republicans believe ntu
to Mr. Eisenhower himself-will disloX th nolhlnMJ
from the White House. The national convention ^i*"1 A4
frilla "boys' time away from home." The re ** *'
is the American people themselvesthe peon|e' moment of comfort and their total unawarenes^^TCon
fundamental failure. ess of ,he Ad
ernmental activity about which most voters have li,
understanding. To employ an ancient Hooverism b
people" are inundated by a multiplicity f chick
autos in our garages, we give a fig for nothing else v,\
was a principle issue in 1948 and 1952. It should h. a
importance in 1956. But Republican spokesmen-.!,'11'
failure in this regardhave ruled that it Mill not
Only several months ago, Secretary of State Dull.. J
not to permit foreign relations to become a "wliiiiTJ
coming campaign. '100tl
Ik CCORDING TO Mr. Dulles, indictment of Rewbfci
** would indicate to the world at large a lack of is
hypnotized are we by the untouchable Eisenhower nameta1
fallen victim to this plea. But the fact is that the Renu'h
selves, will be operating full blast in this arena come -\d
Russian military men Marshals Zhukov and Konev he!
war year friends, are rumored preparing for a visit to WJ
of course, along about July or August.
The symbolism here is excessively sweetsom
too much candy. Such a visit will demonstrate Mr
"ability" to "deal" with the Russians whenever he has an.
It will all be carried off well because, politically naive |
major interest in foreign policy is to keep tins nation oil
certainly an admirable motive but hardly sufficient, in itj
antee the peace we heartily seek.
In effect, the visit of Zhukov and Konev will show that!
hower can walk right into the Red Bear- mouth and charm 1
own grounds. This feat will be employed by the Republl
example of a "repeat performance"with full reference tol
dent's trip to Korea and his "settlement" of the war there J
regard to the fact that the Korean action was well on its wij
elusion in the waning days of President Truman's office.
The tragedy is that only Americans can fall prey to i
hack politicking. The tragedy is that they will not recognize I
dealing here in foreign policy termsterms which the
State sought to deny them several months ago and which i
tration is now preparing to use in order to turn failure into 1
THE BLESSINGS OF JEWRY UPON HIM
R. DULLES last week appeared on the rostrum of
convention in Washington. He had just returned fren
foreign ministers' meeting in Paris and employed the rostr
rtidio report to the nation. The initial B'nai B'rith invitati
Dulles was shocking, because it indicated little regard fort
both Israeli officials and American Jews concerned for uj
Israel in the Republican scheme of things have been virtuai
entrance to the White House since 1953.
Few B'nai B'rith leaders apparently cared that a sudd
can acceptance of the Jewish plea for recognition by the i
ington circle was not a change of Administration heart but a|
move designed to allay angry Jewish [eelinf Some of "
thought Mr. Dulles would be put on the spot in the matter (
I~raelwould have to make at least a semblance of a sympatl
ment in this regard.
But the Big Three attitude as expressed in Paris preeM
possibility. By announcing that peace in the Middle Easts
for the UN, the Tripartite signatories there withdreww
than before from the commitments into which they entered
May, 1950 declaration. Thus. Israel was once again
sharply pro-Arab State Departmenta State Department
fit of Presidential leadership.
It Is a travesty on justice that the architect of W dw
have been conveniently offered the rostrum of an "".
organization from which to say absolutely nothing a I
impression to the nation at large that, despite everyi""*"]
of American Jewry were upon him. nh.Mil
WHO KNOWS? These blessings may very well oe
Miami is a perfect example of Jewish schiznphmua"'
politics. I shudder to think of the number ol ^ ^"n]
port the Republican Administration next N')veml*Li J
helped put it into office in 1952. Many of them '""JJ
Zionists. But what, after all. has Israel to d
chickens and autos?
Then, of course, there are the numerous jewisn.
as members of the Dade County Council on Comfuosj. ^ ^
enthusiastically in behalf of the Supreme ( Uononly to become equally enthusiastic suppon ., ^ (
candidates publicly deploring "the mixing oj ,n o(j
and dedicated to insurrectionist moves against trie
tution and the spirit of the court which ,n,erp, ,h,j, _
No wonder that candidates are busily o>ung )blfl,l
isms at this time. Anything goesit necdnt ** 'mn(<&4
Eisenhowerso mastermind Leonard Hall
hupeM
a Hadassah Medical Organi.on "^
r: "What's it all about? Ivegot"
briefed him AM*
minutes I
campaigning in any case. But two ^*J*. fefj.M
preparing to visit Miami this very month une jj^ti
will have many urgent, intense things to say. ul
another visit here several years ago. .. gun()j
In an automobile on Indian CNek^dr._j*e-li- $&, '
going to address a
queried anxiously:
you know."
In a matter of several amutca, ..... fSio
function, he passed out prepared press r. -lessor ^ ^
speech on the floor of the Senate that Keiau ^ ^
read into the Congressional Record, in c. r t0 do **
made to Israel and which had nothing whatm
medicine or the Hadassah Medical 0rRanl?f'} ver bet*l
"I am m thrilled at being h. K" ; y ,ndf
"that I am discarding the talk I prepared on*. ^..
you extemporaneously on a matter dear t" mJ\iM (greVJ
A valuable thing this oil-on which KfP"
many campaigners operate admirably these w


_ +JeUi>n*ri*M^
Jters to the Editor
*t been dkd to
^ue in which he
fee" ^ ,BM*h
IStotainl a 'La"
J5*or layman to
KIbor-h.P in rehgioua
KVns of deviatloniSl
Etfticle further contt-
Rob and mnucndoe*
it orthodoKT l
fotual nature, couch-
C irhich have long
alii?(1 u
Uncth '; *
Xhe under
Mn!'s! 'roat-
KLm ;,. i un qun
Lu'pora< l'vidu
,,| rm> such ban
i Mr Mindlin saw fit
(such a statement, then
the
lakes Third
as President
ifcr, local hotel operator,
. ;iou-. leader, was
elected president of
i Academy for a third
[special board (if directors
meek in the Academy
I selected to serve with
honorary presi-
L David S. Andron: chair-
tjve committee. Harry
jorary vice president*,
Frutchman. Harry Lev-
[olman Luna; vice pfesf-[
* Satin, Samuel Rein-1
Ba-ch. Raymond Ru-
Firtel. Daniel Broad,
lerg. Max Ramiel, Mor-
land Jacob Kaufman.
Samuel M. Grund-
ggrer, Sidney Rubin-
al secretary, Harry
I recording secretary, Lsi-
. auditor. Sol Gold-
ptspondin; secretary,
burg: medical advisor,
tjhkonky.
I elected to the board are
ml Samuel J. Halperin,
llesselman. Isadore Kram-
Merwitzer. Moses H.
Jacob Katz. Oscar
[Joseph Shapiro and Mor-
(elected trustees are Leo
IB.Jacnbson Al Kevelson
i Kramer.
public record such a pronounce-
ment or publicly apologize to the
rabbis, each one of whom is an
honored member of the Rabbinical
Council of America.
Rabbi Simon April
Rabbi Arie Becker
Rabbi Alexander S Gro
Rabbi Jonah F:. Caplan
Rabbi Louis Rothman
Rabbi Joseph K Rackovsky
Rabbi Tibor H Stern
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.-ky
Edifor, The Jewish Floridian:
Thought Mr. Leo Mindlin a arti-
cle in May 11 Issue was excellent.
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Beth Sholom Will
Honor Kelemer
Temple Beth Sholom will hold
a dinner to honor Cantor Samuel
Kelemer on the occasion of his
lentft anniversary with the Tempi.-
on Saturday evening. May 26 at
the Seville hotel, according to an
announcement by Ralph Bpero
Temple president.
"< antor Kelemer has en-
riched our services with Wi beauti-
fully trained voice and his inspir-
'" | interpretations of the tradi-
tional liturgy," Spero laid.
A child cantonal prodigy, Can-
tor Kleiner is today one ol the lead-
of the newlj organized Amer-
ican Conference of Certified Can
tor- sponsored by I he Hebrew
Union School ,,i Sacred Music.
"Deeplj concerned with the de- j
velopmenl of Jewish music, Can-
tor Kelemer is one of the founders
of the Greater Miami Jewish Music
Council and he has developed our
terhood choral group and our
religious school choirs so that tln>
can render both the old classics
and the newly-created music of
the Jewish people to the utmost
delight and inspiration of our con-1
gregation. We are delighted with
this opportunity to pay tribute to
our cantor." Spero added.
Chairman of the function is Leon
jJ. Ell, immediate past president of
the congregation. Mrs. Irving B.
Kaplan, president of the Sister-
hood, Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president I
of the PTA, Mrs. Barry Cameron, |
Sisterhood vice president, Jacob C. I
Fishman. David D. Pollack and
James M. Albert, of the Temple's
, board of directors, make up the
other members of the committee.
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JAY HESS
Miami Youth Wins
UM Scholarship
Jay Rnice Hess, son of Mr. and
Mrs David Hess, of 2190 SW 10th
st., last week won a fully paid
scholarship to the University of
Miami, which was presented to him
In the Miami (ivitan club, at a
luncheon in the McAllister hotel.
Jay, who is a 17-year-old senior
at Miami Senior High School, mm
the award for his essay on "Citizen-
ship for World Understanding"
which was chosen from among
3.000 eeaeya submitted by students
in eight senior high school*.
He is also an accomplished pian-
ist, having appeared on stage,
radio and television throughout
Florida. He holds the title of "Mr.
Television, Junior" which he re-
cently won in a contest sponsored
by station W'l'VJ, and has also been
presented with the "Ner Tamid"
medal, highest religious Boy Scout
award.
He plans to prepare for a career
in medicine.
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iai Names Three
>w Trustees Here
fl,e ilection of three new mem-
^^mdore Hecht, Sam Host and
irl SuBikindfor one-year terms
Ihe hoard of trustees of Mount
[inai Hospital was announced
,ttntlv by Max Orovitz, presi-
C of the hospital.
(The election took place at Mount
nai's annual meeting Apr. 26 at
p h>< pital. which is raising
foOO.000 for a new 300 bed struc-
[Abreham Goodman and Benja-
i Ka'e were elevated to the po-
j)n of lifp trustee, while board
Lnber reflected for three-year
i included Moses Ginsberg,
Im A. Golstein, Aaron Kanner,
upey I/'fcourt. J. Gerald Lewis,
Bj C Myers. Sam Resnick.
n B. Buskin, Arthur Ungar and
onard A. Wien.
- with currently continu-
terms are Leonard Abes*.
duel Blank Samuel Friedland,
\ Loui- (Jlasser, Dr. Morris
iman. Leon U Jacobs. Howard
kS. (' I.evenson, chairman of
[year's nominating committee.
Hie Uberman, life trustee, Jo-
| Upton, Baron de -Hirsch
*r, Max Orovitz, David Phil-
Joseph Rose, Herbert Scher,
Sher. William D. Singer,
Sirkin life trustee. 'Joseph
Rein. Carl Weinkle. Louis E.
Jbon. Mitchell Wolf son and
iiuel Gertner, Mount Sinai exec-
kt director, ex officio.
***** FhrSJtor
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Community Leaders Named to Group
Samuel N. Friedland, Harry A. i
Greenberg and George J. Talianoff!
have been elected to the national '
sponsors committee of the nation-1
wide "Back to the Synagogue"!
movement headed by such eminent
Americans as Sen. Herbert H% Leh-!
man, Roger Straus and Admiral
Lewis L. Strauss.
The "Back to the Synagogue"
movement is sponsored by the
Synagogue Council of America,
central national organization repre-
senting the Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform rabbinic and congrega-
tional bodies of Judaism. The new-
ly-launched drive is the first co-.
ordinated and comprehensive pro-
gram sponsored by the Synagogue
Council "to stimulate increased
Synagogue affiliation and attend-
ance among the nation's 5,500,000
Jewish men and women and thus
to contribute to the role of religion
in general American life."
sam host
iVal Pledges He
fill Support Collins
irvie DuVal. candidate for the
legislature. Wednesday an-
ed he would "support Gov-
By Collins and the Dade dele-
Ion in the next session of the
itire if I am elected in the
lary runoff May 29."
I comment ins: on Collins' sweep-
^victory in the first primary.
?aid. "Gov. Collins' unpre-
Bted vote demonstrates the
ndous confidence that the
have in him to guide the
H nf our ereat state for the
I lour years. If elected as state
tentative in Group 1 from
county. [ will give him my
phearted support and coopera-
n bis legislative program."
nVal added that he would
n a team with Sen. Joe
jo and Rep>. John B. Orr, Jr..
[Cliff Herrell to give Dade
K the best legislative team
M1AMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-343*f
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
V! is a pioneer resident of
Mtunty and a descendant of
> P DuVal. Florida's first
- As a former judge and
t state attorney, he advo-
"thanees in our criminal
Particularly those dealing
|uie child molester, sex devi-
>vert and .shoplifter."
t-Oranada Holds
Confirmation
Jw Granada Jewish Corn-
center Sunday school held
j" con'"-mation Wednesday
"*rved the lath anniversary
L linder. principal of the

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W WE IEUEVE IN THE ETERNITY OF THE SOUL
WE MUST PRACTICE THE SACRED TRADITION Of
"TAMiARA"
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Temple Sinai of North Miami Announces Hew Spiritual Head
Rabbi Morris Graff, of Roan
Ok, Va.. tstfl wmk accepted the
pulpit of Temple Sinai of North
Miami. Albert D. Sherman. DM*
kfent of the congregation, said
Rabbi Graff's appointment is ef-
fecthra this autumn.
With temporary quarters at
13M it. Raid \K fiih avi>. Tomple
Sinai i- one of Dade county^ new |
and last-growing congrefations.
Las( November. Mrs. Herman
I Rodstein, of North Miami Beach,
thought it was time that populous
tli Dade i"' seWiced by ;i Son-1
and Reform worship
rvice She contacted Rabhi
Joseph Narot, oi Temple Israel,
,i was told that otters had ex-
ised similar view-.
A meeting was subsequently
Ic tiled at the North Miami Beach
, Mail to discu a tin' posslbill-
I ., waa such an <'nthu ,.ti( to the meeting that |
Dr. Narot ~uRne*t< etthg with Rahhi Daniel L.
Da\i~. director of New Congrega-
tions of the Union ol Hebrew
Congregations, who was expected
in Miami late m December
After hearing from Rabbi
Davis, a unanimous vote set into
notion the congregation, today
known as Temple Sinai of North
Miami.
Within two weeks, the first
Friday night religious service was
held at the North Miami
Hall. Every week since, religious'
...i vices have been conducted)
with the aid of visiting rabbis and'
lay leaders who have lent their
talents and -piritual guidance to
the new congregation.
When the congregation recent-
i.w to 50 families it was de-
Cii ed to move to larger air condi-
tioned quarters, and in February
the board of trustees experiment-
id with the then newly-built
I penters' Hall in North Miami.
This met with instantaneou
pioval. and Temple officers have
i ow approved a long term rental
,1 the Hall for regular Friday
ht sen,( I
Plans bare already been for-
latecT for a Sunday school to
ri m September, with prdfea-
"...i instruction.
In addition to president Sher-
n, other officers are Df. Val
Bloch and Dr. Ahdn Kra-nrr. vice
i,l.n!. 1'at V. ma. corre-
sponding secretary; Howard
irer; and Ka\ lee Cut
lindsey Hopkins Schedules
Courses for Mechanics
ning trade extension division
0i tl I mdsej Hopkins vocational
school is conducting claaaea m ace-
tyla e and electric wt-iding.
These couraes are designed to
increase the knowledge of mechan-
ics who need and can use manipu- \
lative skills in the bnaaneas m
which they are employed, an an-
nouncement reveals.
Left to riqht are Marshall Comis. president of Tiiereth Israel
Northside'cemer. spiritual leader Rabbi Abraham Herson and
Jordan Davidson, oi Monte Carlo hotel during a beneht per
ormance at the hotel in behalf of Center's building, fund cam-
paign. Star was Alan Gale, who received scroll from Rabbi
Herson as "Master in the World of Entertainment." Facilities
of Monte Carlo and Gale's performance were offered gratis.
Classroom honoring memory of Gale's parents will be dedi-
cated when building is completed.__________________________
ler. recording secretary. Board of
directors are M. J. Sasse. Charles
Korach. Dr. Howard Novell.
Charles Ravett, George Leader,
Joseph Dollak. Harvey Cutler.
Leon Lipsick. Herman Rodstein,
Stanley Pred. Ralph WhiteMM
and Martin Dee.
New appointee* include Ed-
ward Strawgate, historian; Carl
Lip ton. parliamentarian: Jean
Wilner. choir: Stanley Fred, pub-
lic relations; Helen Krasne. at-
tendance: Betty Dee. member-
ship: Carl Lipton, religious serv-
ices: Charles Ravett. religious
practices; Leon Lipsick, building;
house and hospitality. Helen Rod-
stein; Kayle* Cutler, retlgh.us
school: Charles Birnbach, budget
and finance; George Leader, le-
gal: and at. J Sasse. cemetery.
Social events are being sched-
uled for this Spring and Summer
A Hebrew school, permanent
housing, a Men's club and a Sis-
terhood are in the immediate
planning stages.
Achievement off
Goal In Reach
Says Heiman
With a host of CJA divisions
soaring past their 1956 quotas, in-
dications were bright this week for
achievement of the campaign goal
in the very near future, according
to Sam J. Heiman, campaign chair-
man.
John Serbin, chairman of the
Business and Professions Divjsion.
repotted Wednesday that the
Drugs and Sundries unit had i
$4,146. exceeding their $4,000 quo-
ta.
The Cleaning and Laundry Divi-
sion announced a total of $18,015,
exceeding last year's amount by
more than $2,000.
Leo Chaikin has reported that
the Liquor Division has raised S28.-
823. and expects to surpass their
j $29,000 quota before the end of this
week. The Restaurants Division,
already passed the 1955 total of
$19,460, has now raised over $20.-
000 and according to chairman Joe
Mechlow. expects to attain their
quota of $22,000 before the end of
the month.
Leo Ackerman. a member of the
Business and Professions Council,
reported $5,660 raised in the Insur-
ance Division towards the quota of
$6,000. This unit expects to go over
the top within the next ten days,
according to Ackerman. Nudging
their quota of $11,000 is the Appli-
ances and Utilities Division with a
reported total of $10,595. This unit,
also, is scheduled to overtake the
quota, as well as last year's mark.
In the meantime, final cleanup
activities are under full swing in
all communities.
^day^Mov 18 1956
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f. May 18. 1956
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Jmi9i,nnr+m+
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle
tea. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
, ,. ,. ,, m. Saturday *:J
-in hYi.m Threaten..I
BJSfK" I-lain I" -Kthl.-M of tlM
J"tr. '. ,
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Raakov Rosen-
brg. C*ntor William W.'Lipson.
' .n s;i" i''" Harmon: "JuilalMii
' .' | in Honor of ninth
,,f itlrth of NMrmirKl
iv.iiil S;il rd.n '.' a.m. liar Miiz
r.n.. eon of Mr. and Mrs
''"'.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17Mi ava. Or-
I thodox. Rabbi Shmaryaho T. Swir-
Lky. Cantor Louis Gartanhaus.
Saturday S:J0 a.m.
v M.iM.i ..r Deflnitionx."
IjanJoi '" ''" Talmud Ojivea
I a
BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th
||Vt.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
(Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rort-
Saturday I Id .. m
., : i ; ;ill\ Mira. < "I.IMM 111
:.! .. 10 p.m.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
on ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Ittrn. Cantor Maurica Mamchos.
ii |i in. Saturday S::io a.m.
on: !. i I Mil i'|, iiur Peoph
*
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
Orthodox. Rabbi Ario Backer.
*
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Reckov-
1:45 |i in. Saturday S-30 a.mi
I Kinaihflit) Hal
n II i p.m.: "M BO M.o l>.
IM M
v
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
pi. Consarvativo. Rabbi Lao
urn.
I ; n Saturday 9 a.m. per-
"Wr>k!\ l'.r( i. Rai Mltsvuh
n ol Mr. and Mra. Sannul
Sfela.
dai. p.^ #Wi *V#' Pf- u*r-
W-. Reform. Rabbi M.riu, R..
* *
MONTICELL0 PARK. 164th st
Rn.bb.N.E "f ***&
Rabbi Isaac Larar.
Krl.lav :15 ,, s.
'""ii. "I-,..,,, ,
CANDUUGHTING TIME
Sivan 8 6:44 pan.
4*

nlty to II.. .. s, .,,,,, ,
*
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Barela Kelamer

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Hanry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neo.
ii.ni. Sermon: "This i
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Two Will be Confirmed
At Zamora Center Services
Miss Harriet Ostrie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostrie. and
Miss Sharon Press, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Press, will
be confirmed by Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz at Saturday morning serv-iance
ices May 19. Both Harriet and '
Sharon are students at Hebrew
HiKh School of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
Study Group Meets
American Assn. Study Group of
United Nations Assn. here met
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Anna Weiss, 6020 Indian Creek dr.
Speaker was Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink
in a discussion of technical assist-
New President Officiates
Flakier Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center Women's Group met
at the Center, with Mrs. Harry
Hirsh. newly installed president
officiating.
Thanks Beach Voters
Faris N. Cowart, District 1 coun-
ty commission candidate, this week
toured Miami Beach to thank vot-
ers and supporters for their "splen-
did vote of confidence."
Kriil;.
1 'milii in."
Center Reeiects
Winokur President
Nathan Winokur has been re-
elected president of the Coral Ga-
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein. blcs Jtwish Center far the 1956 57 NllS0N AVENUE, BALTIMORE 15, MD.
year,
Winokur is presently serving on
the planning and advisory board
of the City of Coral Gables.
He is a member of the board of
governors of the United Jewish _--i .---.
Appeal. Bureau of Jewish *** *** *-"* Ca" "h"
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.
FYldaj ervlcei hold in Sunset i;i.-.
mem im>I s :o i, m

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
lion and board member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 .... -
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor /Wner'COn WtWCW Center
Ban Grossberg.
CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
lermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris | ip Brummer.
>op. Cantor Irving Robinson.
on: "Th.- Hap-
others." Hatui
;"' svah S!.|ih'n. m>
Mr .m.I Mi Hal i j l>wor.kin.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Iron.
*
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Uminoo way. Consarvativo. Rab-
Boris Reclcovsky.
"'*> .........ii: "Tli.- PI
h mi. Sermon:
hi. '
*
[HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
st., Homestead. Conservative.
"is Gerli officiates.

[HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
i*. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
[HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
1 p<>< st., Hollywood. Conserv-
Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
<**h Heilbraun.
S.i ni.m: "Th.. l.ln><
ii.| sii.. v .mi h s..i -
mon: "Weakly Per-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Phil-
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IIhii\ Mart.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Keller, M. Holstein, S. Springer, A.
Group Sponsors 'Jamboree'
Greater Miami Auxiliary. Ameri-
can Medical Center, sponsored
a "Jamboree" Sunday evening in
the Coronation room ot the Em-
press hotel.
Mrs. Morris Goluskin, chairman, *" J0U.R "DOING OVER *t-8JBr
announced there were games and SfiR?^"C0."?^ TuiSlj1
cards. Committee members were
the Mesdames H. Schoenfeld, L.
Hotel, Motel, Apartment
House & Home Owners
DADE REST RESORT
Permanent Home for Blind.
Chronic, Convalescent and
Hard-to-Manage Aged
Persons.
1389 N. W. 7tfc STREET
Phones 9-7636 A FR 3-0579
TOM SPAGN0L0
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Formerly with Arthur Conen
Fifth Avenue, New York City
1654 LENOX AVENUE
Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423
Cantor Jacob Bornsteirv
Ki Iday eel vice* IS p.in.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.
' ". P 111 ill I '.i! p.Mil. I -' I I.I II,
Itial at. .in.i NK "iih sve.
Mil/. A. Schwarts, A. Denom, M.
Puncher, D. Lieberman, P. Gold-
liluin and S. Cohen.
Mrs. Schoenfeld and Mrs. Spring-
er were in charge of information.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
|. m.
i P.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
f r. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
W*livsky. Cantor Samuel
f*ow.
|
pNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
' Cantor Abraham So if.
irday 8 so .m.
t'*1 ; p.in
BACHELOR
s. l!!*1 ?! 2 "'" cemfertefcle
J 'trc.bly with private en-
'Hiiikit i-,,k' -o,, *??.
TEMPLE ZION.
st. Conservative.
Wax man.
Pi Ida) ( 10 nd S I0> p at, Hal in da i
n.ni Sermon: "fSreal Men In Israel.'
SubUilh nchnol :3(i a.m

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.l
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantx.
I i i.i.n s: 15 p in. s.iiii.'ii: "The Hap|
m.ii i lage htetunla) S a m, s. 11.......
"In till' Si-1 V Li- .'I 'l."l "

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
I-1 l.l.i v R l.'i p.m. Sei mon "The !> -
lah M..ih. .-..,1111.1.iv S:an .. "i i on-
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Phone 90667
BLDG.. 245 S. E. 1ST ST.
'oil
111 *. local work Bin 1115 ,noon- accorriim
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Advertising club of Greater Mi
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reau. New York, as principal speak
er at a luncheon meeting on the
roof Wednesday
noon, according to Will Crockett.
G0LF CLUBS
Golf Club Service
J2L_,l. Mu 83-2459
Gov. LeRoy Collins ha- Isstttd
an official proclamation deetg-
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in Florida coinciding with the na
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Subject of Taylors talk will be
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cover methods of radio promotion.
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Fr>day. May i8,
SAUL CARSON
Our Poor State Department-How it Does Dreadfully Sufh
BIBLE AND SWORD. England and Palestin* from the Bronx* Age to
Balfour. By Barbara W. Tuchmm. 268 pp. New York: New York
University Press. $5.00.
By HILARY MINDLIN
PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST fascinating aspects of history
comes through the chronicler's consciousness of irony and historical,
if not poetical, justice, in a tale fully told. Such a poetic sense, fired by
emotion, tempered by a cold bath of fact, and whetted to a fine point
by the ceaseless grind of study, acts like a scalpel on the body of history:
it cuts out dessicated matter and reveals the living flesh in its raw and
naked grandeur. It is not often that one reads history which flames so
redly into life, not is it. in fact, often that a 4ale can be told with any
degree of fullness. In the phenomenon of the State of Israel is a story
which is, in one sense, complete. Mrs. Tuchman. who has the dual ad-
vantage of a concluded segment of history and a skilled sensitivity, has
done a job so splendid as to give the lie to Aristotle's estimation of
History as compared with Poetry.
Mrs. Tuchmans thesis is that Britain's Palestine Mandate and the
Balfour Declaration were the logical and almost inevitable result of
religious and political motives whose origins lie far back in the fogs
of British historyas far back as England's Stone Age ancestors. The
importance of the English Bible to the English is one stream of the
British conscience; why. asked Welsh writer John Cowper Powys, "have
the English a 'mania' for the Old Testament, and why is it that 'our
Anglo-Celtic race has come to find its individual religion in Jewish emo-
tion and Jewish imagination as nowhere else?'"
Mrs. Tuchman goes on to say that "a single God and a chosen
people who are the transmitters of His message and who try, however
imperfectly, to live by itin these terms generation after generation
of English came to know the Book." Even England's change to Anglic-
anism, sometime during the stormy 16th century, contributed to the
tradition, for. in their constant struggle to challenge Rome's authority,
the British leaned more heavily than ever on their own spiritual roots
and claims in the Holy Land.
The Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury. whose real to restore the Jews to
Palestine and so fulfill Biblical prophecy and pave the way for the
Second Coming of the Christian messiah, was himself a product of
English feeling about the Jews and the Bible; ironically, it never struck
the good Lord that if Jews were difficult to convert in the midst of
homelessness and persecution, it would hardly be easier in the shadow
of Mt. Zion. But his efforts, and Napoleon's proclamation promising to
return Israel (which, though a military stratagem, set the pattern, for
whenever the powers fell to fighting in the Middle East someone
would propose the restoration of Israel"), and Disraeli's strange Jewish
nationalism worked together to shake the Jews into the realization that
they could "act as their own Messiah," instead of waiting for Divine
intervention.
Disraeli's purchase, on a loan from Lord Rothschild, of the Suez
Canal, was the one act which made "inevitable the British conquest of
Palestine forty years later," when the Balfour Declaration "allowed
Britain to acquire the Holy Land with a good conscience." Subsequent-
ly, of course. Bevin reneged, and the last pages of the story are bitterly
well known to Jews.
Dor-, Imel, ihfri txist today because of thr Bntnh or in spit* of the
BntiaV As m the American colonies. England had laid die foundation*
of a Mate and then resitted the logical dei elofment of what until (he original bond frayed out in bitternets and snje. The answer to
the quotum must be neither one thine nor the other, but partly bothone
of those minHlfmwj truths with which history so often defeat* iu inter-
preter!
Only one error in this answer Mrs. Tuchman, far from being
defeated, emerges triumphantly from her sparkling analysis as a gentle-
woman and a scholara rare historian indeed.
An old Jewish story gained
new currency as Dag Hammarsk-
jold ended the month of his man-
date. His Security Council au-
thorization to try to do something
about the Middle East had been
passed Apr. 4, giving him until
early May to place at least an
interim report before the Coun-
cil. He has, by this time, visited
all the major capitals involved in
the Arab-Israel conflicts. It is re-
called that the very first thing he
did. after going to the Middle
East, was to arrange a cease-fire
between Egypt and Israelafter
Egypt had sent its murderous fe-
dayeen deep into the Jewish
State's territory.
The Jew had complained to the
rabbi that life was impossible in
his hovel, with a wife, numerous
children and a couple of in-laws
crowded into cramped, smoky
quarters. "Bring the goat into the
house." advised the rabbi. The
Jew did as he was told, and wept
that things were now worse.
"Bring the chickens in also," he
was toldand he did, and was
more miserable than ever. He
added to the menagerie his neigh-
bor's goat, a pair of stray cats,
and the children of several rela-
tives. Then, gradually, the rabbi
had him return the children of
the relatives, eject the strays and
the borrowed animals, finally
turn back to outdoor grazing his
own chickens and his own goat.
"Ah," sighed the Jew after the
last of the intruders had been
turned out, "now the goat is out-
side again, and life is so wonder-
ful."
Mr. Hammarskjold started his
mission by turning the goat back
to pasture. It so happenedper-
haps Egypt planned it that way
that, just as the UN chief arrived
in the Middle East, Col. Gamal
Abdel Nasser unloosed his mur-
der gangs, 800 infiltrators who
wrought carnage inside Israel.
The world was shocked. So was
Mr. Hammarskjold. The Secreta-
ry-General tackled the problem
with vigor. In a few days, he had
an agreement. Israel and Egypt
agreed to abide by Article II,
Paragraph 2 of their Armistice
Agreement.
This department has certainly
shown itself, in the past, as amply
appreciative of Mr. Hammarsk-
jold's honesty, integrity and ener-
getic application of the UN's
highest principles. But as the
Secretary General frames his re-
port to the Security Council, it is
important to point out that, thus
far. his publicly-announced ac-
complishments have been any-
thing but startling. The Suez
Canal is still blockaded by Egypt;
terrorism still rules the Israel
borders; peace talks are not even
being discussed.
The fault is not Mr. Hammarsk-
jold's. Rather does it belong to
the Big Powersnot only the
DAS HAMMAffSKJOLD
, hock Ire* mission
HERBERT G. tf FT
That Boy From Chicago Was Either Good or Lucky-or Both
Sidney Sheldon, author of the current screen musi-
cal "Anything Goes.'' whom we visited in his Park
Avenue apartment less than three months ago to
say hello to his new baby daughter, now has return-
ed with his family to Hollywood to resettle on the
West Coast after writing a Broadway play for fall
production.
Sidney currently is busy at Paramount preparing
The Buster Keaton Story" with Donald O'Connor in
the title role, a picture which he not only co-authors
and co-produces (with Robert Smith), but also plans
to direct. Luckily enough. Buster Keaton has recov-
ered from his recent illness and now can devote his
full energy as adviser on the screen opus of his
colorful career.
Sidney Sheldon is a self-made man. I have known
him for many years, and his actress-wife. Jorja
Courtright, even longer. In fact, I remember her
as an ambitious young secretary in a motion picture
office, giving a helping hand to all who walked in
looking for a chance. Her smile won the hearts of
those who had almost given up.
Her husband didn't need such encouragement.
One of the youngest film creators today in Holly-
wood, he achieved success on Broadway when he
was barely out of his teens. And suffered disappoint-
ment when three of his plays closed after a few days.
His is truly a Horatio Alger story.
BORES SMOLAR
New Book Explains Jewish Pride in an Ancient Tradition
USSR which started the H
East arms race, ^JJ
United States which haS
Policy of fear whenever^
the need for a firm poliej,
vis the Middle East.
The American polie. rf|
Policy has reminded obi
here of another old Jewisk
tale This story is centered*
the Jew in the small. P0U*1
lage who went to see his ririi
cle in Warsaw to beg for?'
with which to start a
'Take these zloty," said thTl
cle, "and open two stores
store, you'll sell bread;'Jf
other, you'll sell shrouds-
your poor village folk must i
and must die. You'll ptmrnk
The Jew was back at hiiaj
desk a few months later 1
rupt. "But, schlemiel," thtj
.roared, "how couH j
Didn't you do as I told yoo
"I did as you said,"
the villager, "in one store [ |
bread for the living. Inthei
I offered shrouds for the
But in my village, uncle deiM
people neither livenor do |
die; they simply suffer."
Our poor State
How it does suffer!
DAVID SCHWARTZ
This Time the Zionists Met in Jerusal
The World Zionist Congress
met this year in the state it help-
ed create. It was not by the banks
of the Jordan but by the banks of
the Rhine and the Rhone that the
Zionist Congresses gathered in
times past and vowed they would
nerer forget Jerusalem. Meeting
in Jerusalem now they could as-
sert that they had kept this vow.
Mostly the world Zionist Con-
gresses were held in Switzerland
a little country which somehow
learned to live in peace in a tur-
bulent and fighting world, de-
spite the fact that many langua-
ges are spoken there and diverse
peoples inhabit it. It has other
achievements to its credit. Switz-
erland is not a land rich in nat-
ural resources. It has to import
most of its raw material but it
succeeded by means of technical
proficiency in becoming an im-
portant center of a scientific type
of industry. All of this has left
its effects on the Zionist dele-
gates. Weizmann very frequently
spoke of fashioning Israel into a
kind of Near Eastern Switzerland.
The scenery was nice in Switz-
erland, too. I presume there are
in general excellent hotel accom-
modations, but sometimes they
were a little deficient too. There
is the story of the American dele-
gate to the World Zionist Ca>|
gress who complained about I
dirty bed sheets.
"It's too dirty for tou."
castically commented the
manager. "Sokolow and Git
baum and Oppenheimer and I
kin slept on those sheets,
they are too dirty for you!"
Meeting in Israel this year,I
delegates to the Congress cert
ly found nothing lacking in I
accommodations. A recent i
of the statistical departmentI
the Israel Bond Organhatioa i
veals that there are now
than 500 hotels in Israel n
these about one-fifth get
class rating. Israel has cert
proven a success from the
point of view. The record ill
astonishing. The only fir* i
hotel in Palestine during thel
tire mandatory Period w*
King David hotel. It was built I
der joint Jewish and British r
pices.
Thomas Jefferson, who i
kind of American Zion out i
French-owned Louisiani I
by purchasing it from Nip
once remarked on the
growth of the territory I
as America got control. The i
thing happened when tl
turned Palestine into
BELL WOLFE
Their Soccer Team Scored a Big Hit
There has been much talk recently about the rich
Jewish cultural heritage, of which most American
Jews are completely ignorant. A book filling this
gap and bringing to American Jewsyoung and
adultthe essence of Jewish contributions to world
culture, has been published by Random House's
Modern Library. It is a 740-page anthology, edited
by Lewis Browne and entitled "The Wisdom of
And all that I can say about this book is that no
Jewish home in America should be without it. The
volume contains gems of the Bible and the Talmud,
sayings of Hillel and confessions of Josephus. It
acquaints the reader with selections reflecting the
rich Jewish cultural achievements in medieval times
from Saadia Gaon to Wilner Gaon and from Mai
monides to Spinoza.
There is a fine collection of sayings of the Baal
Shem-Tov and of numerous Hassidic Rabbis, throw-
ing light on the Hassidic period. The section deal-
ing with the modern period covers a substantial num-
ber of Jewish thinkers and writers from Moses
Mendelssohn and Heinrich Heine to Israel Zangwill
and Ludwig Lewisohn. Lovers of Yiddish will find
there Yiddish folk-humor and proverbs well trans-
lated into English for the benefit of the American
reader.
They will also find Sholem Aleichem and J. L.
Peretz properly represented. Hebraists will find
the songs of Chaim Nachman Bialik capably trans-
lated into-English.
The Israel soccer team, which
came to the United States in con-
nection with the celebrations
here of Israel's Independence,
scored a big hit and was a point
of interest among newspaper
scribes and sports fans.
The players, as well as the
coaches, were well received, and
the visit was a happy prelude to
the next jaunt for the Israeli
squadto Moscow to play the
Russian national team. The Rus-
sians are known to be top soccer
players, and therefore the compe-
tition presents a sharp challenge
to the Israelis.
This summer, in a return visit,
the Russian soccer team will
travel to Israel to meet the Is-
raelis in the big stadium near Tel
Aviv. The contests between the
Russians and Israelis will deter-
mine which of the two teams will
go to the Olympics in Australia.
New York got its first glimpse
of the athletic contingent from
Israel
some
when a runner
time before U*
team. Shalom Kahalny.11
old farmer, ran from Je* (
International airport iII W
to New York's City W
an Olympic torch of* ,
This was in connection '
Apr. 29 rally atW ,
dium, where the soccer w
a featured attraction.
There were many
with the officials of the
cer team-Jack G.bboJ
andCol.SamSocher'nV
of Mi's port cont.n*
bons was formerly Bnt*
cer star and >****
signed by the Israel Go
Socher is in charge oft*
committee of israe".^
was learned that *"
soccer is growin* P*
mL At present, there
than 140 teams
These squads are
leagues.
art'
ntbe*"f


.MovlS. 1956
^MIfcrMf^
^T^
i Susan Freedman, teenage
ghter ot Mr. and Mrs. David
dinar.. 2225 SW 19th ave..
solo pianist at annual
icheon ol American Jewish
ogress in the Columbus ho-
recently. She is a piano
dent of Mrs. Harold Robin.
:ademy Students
Shavuoth
Oramat:c playlet entitled "Bik-
^im Today" was presented by
I grade students of the Hebrew
jsdemy on Tut - bitten and directed by Mrs.
ua Stadlan. third grade in-
Mctor, the playlet portrayed
ough music, dance and song the
bvuoth festival and the Bikkur-
Ifncession.
i.the days of the Temple, every
ser brought his first fruits
kunmi tu the Temple during
i Shavuuth season.
oreography was arranged by
fviah Stadlan. eighth grade stu-
of the Academy. Adinah
larted a> narrator. Dance group
asted of Sarah Feigenbaum,
ginia Parnrs and Joyce Naness.
art Zemel and Jordan Kele-
1 will also participate.
pKtuming was arranged by
Marjorie Ent. Academy kin-
garten Instructor. Mr. Aaron S.
er, supervisor, was in charge
[icenen. Lawrence Nadler and
Fhtel were in charge of
Mrs. Mirium Donnerstag
rted the music. Rabbi Alex-
S. Gross, principal, intro-
1 the program.
P*'rd -wlc students participat
e'WWWW
ing were llene Alpert. Adrienne
Debhnger. Dennis Ever. Michael
Genet. Joan Leon. Ernest Lip-
sthutz, Stuart Mirmelli. Adrian
Pollack. Arnold Reinhard. George
Schulson, Leslie Seid and Marsha
Shapiro.
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    LENA Kl'RZROK, eaa. l
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
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    .state of LENA KCRZK.'K. deceased.
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    HARRY KI'RZItoK.
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    AUK BMRKOrr, Plaintiff.
    TO. REBECCA BERKOFI
    J0-5S Keagrt Boulevard
    Far Rockaway
    ,. ConVplalnl For Plvoi
    hern filed M*lne1 jroji
    hv reaulred to nerve i.....t
    Ana*......'-'""if,;v,";;rit,',oi M'.^:
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    Iirputy Clerk
    J&NKT nr:NKT
    Attorney" for lB n,lff
    Miami Beach. Ho,Ida
    In Re: ESTATK OF
    si:i: \ ARBI'SE, alao known as
    SARAH ARBl.'SE, Deceaaed
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37774
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and Ail Peraona Flav-
    ian; Claims or Demandi Against Said
    Estate; .
    Y.ni, and each ,,r you arc hereby
    M'.iifi>-.i and rttpiired t.> preaenl any
    claima and demands which you, or
    rither of you, may have against the
    . ,,fsi".i:v ARBI'SE. alao known
    \it.\H ARBI'SE, '!' eaaed I iti
    ,.i Dade County, Florida, '> the Hon-
    orable County Judg. s ol I "ade Countv,
    nie the .--im.- i" their offices In
    th,- County Courthouae In Dade
    ty Florida, within eight i i
    nontha from the date of the fJ-rat
    i,--i,ii. ,ti,in heieof Said clalmi or oe-
    mands t.....ntaln the legal address
    ,..- the clalmani and to be swo i
    il pn n -I'"' as afor.
    will be barred. See Se< tlon ISJ.H w
    i Tobate A, i
    Mai h v I
    RRODY. -
    \v Adi of ,he
    SERA VRBL'SE,
    ;ii~, known aa
    SARAH ARBI'SE
    SHAPIRO \NI PRIED. ESQS.
    Attorneys for Admlnlstral'-ls
    ., rtoad, lllaml beach Fla.
    ", 1-11-18-23
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROLATE No. 37451-A
    in It.-- !>.- I \ i-i: OF:
    KitlOl) h:HRE.\'KRANE, De.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All I'eraons I! -
    i'ii: CIhIiUh or Demands Against
    !:*tHi<>:
    You, .in,' each ,,f you ;ir,. I,.
    notified .iini required i" present any
    claims ..nil demands ivhlch you, "r
    either of you, mas ha\ l the
    estate of FRED BHRTJNKRANZ, -I--
    l late of I' in. 1,1 i.
    to tii,. ii..n.m, nty Judg.
    I >ade '..mil >. .iini i ii. i he same In
    their offices In i he i 'ade ''
    [house in Dade County, Florida,
    within ighl monthe
    tlie tint-- i.f the flral p ibllcatlon hi
    Sai,l claims or demands to ...ntain
    the leaal address ,,f the clalmani and
    n l.i ali'l :.s HfOfe-
    Bald, or same u ill l>.- i, ,, ,- Sei in.n 738.1 ,,f the IMS Pro
    Dated Api II 'i. ah
    JBANETTE EHRENKRANZ
    and
    ,;il.l:i:i:'i" EHRENKRANZ,
    Exeoutors of ;. bove estate.
    JOSEPH ZEMEL
    nej li.r Executors
    i.....In Itonn, Miami Reach, Fla.
    4/27 r./4-l 1-18_____________________
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS'
    NAME LAW
    is HEREIIY rtlVE.N ,tWt
    the iiti.1t JIUn.-,r,' Jl^-liiof if, eiigatje'lh
    business under Hie ficfltlbus nan
    FOCR SEASONS ItixiK AND REC-
    ORD SHOP, ai number th tim s
    In the City "I Miami lli-mh, Florida.
    intends to register the said name with
    the Clerk "t the Circuit Court of Hade
    County, Florida.
    Dati ii ." Miami Beach, Florida this
    lHt dav of May. (964.
    IIAI.I.KN ASSOCIATES, INC.
    By: David Ha Hen, Pr.
    COURSHON .v KINK |
    Uncoln Road
    Miami Beach, Ftoruls
    Attorneys r,,r Applicant
    5/4-11-1'--' 5
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    notice: is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engau.- in
    is indei the fictitious name of
    ELIZABETH HAIR STYL1KT, at tt:uj.
    i 'olllns Avei ne, .Miami I:. i Fl.
    Is tu reglatei said name with the!
    Clerk "f the Circuit I !mi t < I.....
    ."..nuts, Florida.
    ELIZABETH R 'BE
    KOVNER & MANNHBIMFTR ,
    Attorneys for Elisabeth Rose
    .". 4-ll-ts--' i
    NOTICE TO DEFEND or
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801
    yivian ki.si'M. Plaintiff.
    IOHNNIE EL8I 'M, I> f< n lanl
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO JOHNNIE ELSO.M
    Address Unknown
    Toil are hereby notified thai a Bill
    of CompUlpI f i....." has ?
    f,i,.,i against jrou, and you an
    i -^.1 v.. 11 run \* < \ i I ,\ II > I
    2rU'pUadlM W th7PBUI of C.....ptalnt
    , ,,.:! rh.mtiffs Attorney, 0
    A? O'Brien, 3300 P....... d. Leon Boule-
    , ,..| Coral (lubles. Florida and fMe
    ihTorialnal Answei m 1" ',"-
    offtee of X Clerk of the Clrcull Cour,
    ,,', before the Ith dayol "''V,.1^.
    if ,-ou fall to .1" so. Judgmenl h> fl#-
    :i;i;"vi.n...ak.',au;iiins, >.,,'..
    ,,.M,.f demanded In U*S Bin "' to'"
    fH notice shall be published
    .Th week for four i onse, utlve weeks
    ; '"'tI IK JEWISH I'lnmlMAN
    '"oiSS AND ORIERED at Mia". .
    Florida, this 2nd .lay "f May, A. o.
    "3*" |i LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk, Circuit Court,
    ' ''"".'"v.; EiSlS&m
    B) JOAN < ol H.NOirJH,
    l.|,iit> ."l.ik.
    (Circuit <> .>*!?,..
    .in,- ile I....... Boulevard
    l oables. Ftodda
    Atio n.% foi i-laiiitnf.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37969
    In R. ESTATE OF
    GORDON s. BROWN, Dec. d
    T.. All Creditors and All I'qraona ii iv-
    ini; Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    d i i. ii of you, are hereby
    notified nd required to m .sent any
    claims and demands which von, or
    either of you, may have agalnat the
    ,-'.,-, ol GORDON B. BROWN, ,1^-
    ceased late ,f Dade ,"'iiiiii\'. Florida,
    in tin- Honorable Cpun.ty .iu,i^>
    Dade County, and file the same In
    their offices In the (nmty CotjrthoUM
    in Dade County, Florida, within eight
    calendar months from the date of the
    fiist publication hereof. BWd claims
    or demands to contain the legal ad-
    dreaa "f the i-iaimant anil to be ewoiti
    i end presented hh aforesaid, or same
    Will be harred.
    Date May Tth. A.D. '
    ESTHER '". BROWN,
    FIRST NATIONAL HANK
    OF MIAMI
    Bv RALPH D RODABACOH,
    Trust Officer
    At Executors of the Laal \\ ill
    an i Testament of
    (i.iRI'ON S. BROWN.
    I lecea sed
    MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
    Reybold Building, Miami. Florida
    Attorneys for Executors
    r, ii-u-zs 6/i
    CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
    DISSOLUTION
    IN THE NAME AND BY THE
    AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
    OF FLORIDA
    TO ALL TO WilnM THESE PRES-
    ENTS SHALL COME, (jEEETINGS:
    Wli.
    NEWTON LEVINSON,
    MIAMI. I-I..IRIDA
    MAR.'I.I' TANNEN,
    \n wii. l LORIDA
    OERTRCDE T \MAl:o.
    MIAMI. FI-ORIDA
    ,ii,i ,m the Ird day ( May. A D. 184S,
    lo 1. in. .i p.. .,i.-il 1'ii.ler the
    provision* "f Hie general corporation
    i, --., i. if I lot da 1 >EUA,
    INC., il Ion. "i'11 Its principal
    ,.f husln. ss al Miami Rea, h,
    County, In the s,at,. ,,f Florida,
    ami whereas the stockholders of such
    corporation did ..n the tth dav ol May,
    \ I i |95g, aus. to be" Rled i" 'he ..f
    I fi,-e of the Bejpretan of suit.- of the
    State of FTorlda, Coaaent of nil the
    Mo, kholdars under the provisions of
    . .mi ham, i 'i1"- Ploi Ids Statutes,
    how ng the dlaaolutlon of sudp ,or-
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    the undersigned, desiring: lo engage in
    i.iisiii.-s under the fictitious nan., .-f
    KIT KAT INN al 3071 N. W. ITth \v-
    us me with the
    Clerk of' the Clrcull i "oui t ,,f I
    County, Florida
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    KESSLER \ OARS
    Attorney* foi Applicants
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    :, I1-1S-23 6/1
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    siat.- does herebj certlti t,, the fore-
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    the Fbtinh day of May. A D
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    There were Hrank in the sunny atmosphere of Miami Beach
    during her two-week vacation at the Algiers hotel.
    "I never dreamed that lite would ever be so beauti-
    ful again," the German-born visitor said, recalling
    the dark days of 1939, when her family was in a
    concentration camp at Liegnitz. .
    m. King quickly dropped her memories to replace them with
    -and happier words conducive to the gay spirit of Miami. .
    Xvisitor from Great Britain, Mrs. K.'s attractive daughter Eve
    [airline* hostess, who plans to remain here and become a citi-
    ie worked for the American Army of Occupation in Germany
    foeral years as a nurse. "As a result, wouldn't you know but
    [my British accent," she quipped.
    rjp to Havana for five days was the gift Shirley and Milton
    ,, of 2850 Pinetree dr., presented themselves on the occa-
    [^f their 20th wedding anniversary. .
    be jKobsons are now back in their Beach home.
    >>>>C
    jutropolitan opera star Jennie Too re I, whose mezzo-soprano
    jv the envy of many of her colleagues, stopped off at the
    p-l^t week lor a brief vacation from New York City. .
    i private life, Jennie is Mrs. Harry Gross. Husband Dr. Harry,
    Lccompanied her on the Beach jaunt, is a prominent cardiol-
    [ind author of "Treatment of Heart Disease". .
    .nnit's la>t Miami trip was for the purpose of appearing in
    I it program with the UM symphony orchestra.
    >>>>><< Paradem Beach in Cuba was the destination late last week of
    enry Coves for a spring meeting of the Florida and Weal
    chapter of Hotel Sales Managers Assn. The Edward
    chs, 7730 Byron ave., are off for a six-week trip to Norfolk,
    Irbtre they are visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Pat and
    ty Finkelstein. While away, the Auerbachs will also visit
    her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. William Conn, and
    tkhildren in Merrick, Long Island. .
    > w
    Celebrities seem to be making Candle-Light Inn in Coconut
    \t. a traditional artists' gathering place, their favorite dining
    Spied among recent guests was Tennessee Williams, whose
    et Bird of Youth" on the boards at Studio M, may soon break
    roadway. .
    iTtnrttisee took quite a ribbing because of his costume for the
    ping of "( omanche" here. .
    *iot to be outdone, "Bus Stop" casters, including Kent Smith
    flarbara Baxley, also dined at Candle-Light Inn the other eve-
    >>te
    [Off tn their summer home in Spring Valley, N.Y., are Mr. and
    , Mix Yokell. .
    [Their 4450 Nautilus dr. home will be reopened when the
    Hilt return in early October.
    [Keen excitement is the tone of a Gotham Town trip by Mrs.
    I Holland, 844 Abbott ave. .
    [Purpose of Mrs. Holland's trek is the wedding of granddaughter
    I Holland. Groom is handsome Kenneth Liebman.
    IShtili Beth and Morris. Waidman arc ecstatic over their new
    Val born at ML Sinai Hospital Apr. 30. .
    [Shf Barbara Ann, the Waldmans' first born. Sharing in the
    occasion are two sets of prominent grandparents herethe
    l Kargers, 2850 Pinetree dr., and the Joseph Waldmans, of
    |Crown and Victor hotels.
    [Mr. md Mrs. Ben Giller, 1500 Daytonia rd., are back from an
    Shre Western trip. .
    [Ben attended a management conference of the U.S. Savings and
    lUague in Salt Lake City. .
    [The Cillers also made stopover visits in Chicago, Denver, San
    dteo, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas and New Orleans. .
    [Ben's vice president of the Washington Federal Saving! and
    \ Aon.
    [The Nacional in Havana saw prominent Miamians attending
    Pptimi.-t and Opti-Mrs. club district convention recently. .
    Taking in the sites and convention business were Dr. and Mrs.
    ' Ru*kin, the Harry Raskins, Jacob Lows, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
    >. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bookbinder and the Lysle Feslers.
    . William H. Bernstein and Philip Samet are back at ML
    ' after attending clinical investigation conferences in Atlantic
    and New York. .
    Dr* William and Philip had to buck much chill and rain, but
    cardiology specialists report a "stimulating trop." which also
    "oed a heart conference at the National Health Institute in
    ""igton. .
    F'irii (Mrs. Bernstein) and Phyllis (Mrs. Samet) kept the home
    burning, with Nettie, Joan and Gerald Bernstein and Janet,
    I and Bonnie Samet assisting. .
    incidentally, Janet is a member of the graduating class at
    n High and is an accomplished clarinetistas are Sosan and
    ' in their respective schools.
    . >* .
    JPeaking of doctors. ML Sinai Hospital is holding its sixth
    "?' Postgraduate seminar this weekend, with sessions slated at
    'ontainebleau.
    Social event of' the seminar, dedicated to the theme "Recent
    Ws in Diagnosis and Therapy," will be a banquet Saturday
    8 m the Grand Ballroom at the Fontainebleau, with Mrs.
    r*d *nd as ladies' hospitality committee chairman. .
    "Wing will be the Mosdemet Rudolph E. Drost, R.ehard M.
    ""Stanley Fretilin* Max Grata. Josee O. Halpern, Sherman
    "*" lph B. Kirsch, Victor H. Kufjel. .
    *7 ">' Mesd.me. Alexander Libow, Leon H. Mer.he.mer,
    J** Nathan, Jacob Neber, Julius Pearson, Jandon Schwari,
    r* Shapiro and William Wickman.
    LAnd speaking of Or* Prehlln** daughter Stefanie was given a
    V Party witn hu wife hoateas, at a performance Saturday
    "*> Gets Spring Fever" in the Pied Piper Playhouse...
    ^liewiisJtUEIlioicildlilaun
    Miami, Florida. Friday, May 18, 1956
    AMI
    Section B
    Mrs. Itzhak Ben Zvi, wife of Israel's President, receives Mrs.
    Samuel Sakrais at her home during national leadership tour
    there conducted by Israel Bonds organization. Returned to
    Miami last week, Mrs. Sakrais will report on her trip at a meet-
    ing now being arranged. She is former president of Greater
    Miami chapter of Hadassah.
    Miss Lillian Goodman, vice president and Youth Aliyah co-
    ordinator for Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah (left), and
    Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Ima chairman and member of national
    Hadassah Youth Aliyah committee, discuss recent award
    luncheon attended by 900 Hadassah members here.
    900 HADASSAH MtSWERS ATTEND
    Ladies Honored for Role in Youth Aliyah
    Twenty-three women were honored at a recent Greater Miami
    Hadassah award luncheon in the Seville hotel, each of whom became
    an Ima through an outright gift of $600 or a total contribution of
    $13 800 to the Youth Aliyah movement in Israel.
    ' An Ima maintains a Youth Aliyah child for one year in the Jewish
    State Some 900 Hadassah women attended the affair.
    Mrs. Samuel Shapiro. Ima chairman, made the presentations.
    Awards were gold discs bearing the Hebrew characters TMA. which
    means 'mother." Ceremony was planned and presented by Miss Lilban
    G Receiving the awards were the Mesdames Sarah Czech. Sarah
    Densen J. E. Fisher. Forris Franklin. Meyer Harris Selma Nash. Samuel
    Oritt Irving Paul, Richard S. Rosen. Minnie Rothfield. Frances Rubin.
    Sol Shave Jacob Sher. Julius Simpson.
    lie Mesdames Fanny Tropp. Bessie Spen. Jerome Zarow.tz. Eliza-
    beth Zentler and three 'anonymous" presentations. Also receiving
    awards were Miss Goodman and Mrs. Sapiro.
    Conference Will Present Officers
    Mrs. Aaron Farr. retiring presi
    dent of the Conference of Jewish
    Women's Organizations of Dade
    and Broward Counties, this week
    announced that the annual instal-
    lation luncheon will be held Thurs
    day May 24. at the Algiers hotel.
    Acting as installation officer at
    the noon ceremony will be Mrs
    Irving Lehrman. To be installed
    Mrs. Sakrais Will
    Be Welcomed Back
    Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. 1058
    Chen co-chairman of the women's
    division of the Greater Miami Com-
    mittee for State of Israel Bonds,
    was welcomed back to Florida last
    week by a committee headed by
    Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers and
    Mr.- Oscar Sindell.
    Mrs. Meyers, chairman of the
    women's division, and Mrs. Sindell,
    president of the Greater Miami
    chapter of Hadassah, announced
    plans are being formulated for a
    community-wide reception for Mrs.
    Sakrais.
    At that time, the former presi-
    dent of the Hadassah chapter will
    report on her visit to Israel as part
    of a national leadership tour con-
    ducted by the Lsrael Bonds organi-
    zation.
    Presidents and Israel Bonds
    chairmen of every women's organi-
    zation in Dade county will be con-
    tacted to join the planning com-
    mittee, Mrs. Meyers said.
    "Our women's division is off to
    a good start, but a concerted effort
    must be made before the summer
    vacations slow bond sales," Mrs.
    Meyen said.
    DPhiE Alums Wiil
    Name Mrs. Zwitman
    Mrs. Nathan Zwitman will be
    installed president of the Greater
    Miami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi
    Epsilon Sorority in a 7 p.m. din-
    ner dance Saturday evening at the
    Nautilus hotel.
    Others to be installed are Miss
    Isabel] Pugatsky, first vice presi-
    dent; Mrs. Marvin Guberman. sec-
    ond vice president; Mrs. Melvin
    Rosenberg, recording secretary;
    Hrs. Marvin Rosenberg, corre-
    sponding secretary": Mrs. Ernest
    Harris, treasurer; and Mrs. Arthur
    Jackowitz, good and welfare chair-
    man.
    Mrs. Raymond Chislinq will be
    installing officer. Invocation will
    be delivered by Mrs. Ethel Gerson.
    Mrs. Herbert Bernstein is chairman
    of the affair.
    are president, Mrs. Harry Rodgers;
    first vice president, Mrs. Bernard
    Stevens; second vice president,
    Mrs. Alexander Kogan; treasurer,
    Mrs. Fred Blank; recording secre-
    tary. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz; corre-
    sponding secretary, Mrs. Harold
    Solomon; registrar, Mrs. Sidney
    Rubinowitz; calendar chairman,
    Mrs. Irving Sussman.
    MoElie Kahaner
    Women to Install
    Luncheon and installation of
    newly elected officers of the Mol-
    lie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary will
    be hold Thursday noon. May 24. at
    the Thunderhird motel. Rabbi Isaac
    N. Lerer will install the following
    slate:
    President. Mrs. Harry Fertig;
    first vice president. Mrs. Marvin
    Choos; second vice president. Mrs.
    Louis Foster; third vice president,
    Mrs. Hyman Eckstein; fourth vice
    president, Mrs. Arthur Cohen; re-
    cording secretary. Mrs. Albert Al-
    son; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
    Joseph Packar; financial secretary,
    Mrs. S. Robert Kasten: and treas-
    urer, Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder.
    Guest speaker will be Mrs. Sam-
    uel S. Lerer.
    Committee in charge of installa-
    tion are Mrs. A. Stephen Gold,
    chairman, Mrs. Mac Lasser, Mrs.
    Raymond Greenfield, Mrs. Harry
    Fertig, Mrs. S. Robert Kasten and
    Mrs. Hyman Eckstein, program.
    First Dramatic Trio will offer
    a dramatic presentation. Members
    of the group are Mrs. Gershon
    Miller, Boris Pritcher and Bob
    Lyons.
    In charge of reservations are
    Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Han-
    nah Cohen. Arrangements chair-
    man is Mrs. Leonard Glasser, and
    publicity chairman is Mrs. David
    Kirsh.
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    Book" .-how buckwheat groats in
    two different characters, osed in
    one instance a> a smooth, creamy
    breakfast cereal, and a second time
    as a crunchy. nut-like enhancement
    lor raisin muffin-. These muffins
    also add a welcome variet> to
    lunches or dinners, adding a tomb
    of th( umi-ual to the bread basket.
    Entree selected by alias Wolff
    arc equally adaptable to different
    ion-, ranging from simple
    one-dish meals for small-fry lunch-
    tenrpting side or main
    dishes for family dinners, to pieces
    de resistance for festive entertain-
    ing Included in this category are
    such diverse dishes as stuffed pep-
    pers buckwheat and bow-knots,
    bush puppies, country-style creamy
    kernels, bean and mushroom cas-
    serole, grilled chicken buckwheat.
    lamb shoulder roast, savory meat
    loaf, stuffed veal breast, sweet n
    sour meat balls and two cheese ens-
    seroles For poultry, two stuffing
    recipes provide a mouth-watering
    choice.
    To please the family and delight
    the Kiiest-. lilts Wolff bids the
    I homemaker turn to brown groats
    both for sweets and for tangy little
    party tidbits Buckwheat desserts
    include baked pudding, fruit and
    nut ring and prune-apple pudding
    Party snacks offered in "Phyllis
    Wolff Buckwheat Cook Hook arc
    an inviting array of diminutive
    pastry tarts, revealing such UVOT)
    filling* as chicken, cottage cheese.
    egg, fruit and nut. liver and on-
    ion, all highlighted with the spe-
    cial delicate ilavor of buckwheat.
    Goodman Group Has Party
    I It. (iuodman group of Hade*
    ah were entertained by Mr n
    Label, membership chairman with
    I swim card party on Sunday
    afternoon. Apr. 29. Dr. and Mrs.
    Ida Lear offered the use of then
    facilities for the party, and stated
    that this might be the beginning of
    an annual affair. A pin was award
    ed to Mr- I.oIk-1 for bringing In
    the motl member* durum the >ea>
    Treasure Island
    PTA in Elections
    Mr- Hen Fabric v 'ailed
    pea-ldcnt of the Trea elemental1) lehoel PTA Tuesday
    . \ run
    Mrs Harry Rogers. P.idc County
    Council coordinator, installed offi-
    Serving with Mrs. Fabric are
    Mrs. William Goodman and Mrs.
    R. ('. McOavid. vice presidents;
    Mrs James Gordon, recording sec-
    retary. Mrs. Nathaniel Glickman,
    I corresponding secretary'- and Shel-
    'don Geller. treasurer.
    Women's CP Unit
    Mrs. Dorothy Spence will receive
    the gavel Saturday afternoon as
    the new president of the Miami
    Women'! I'nit of United Cerebral
    Palsy at a luncheon to be held in
    the Colony restaurant. Mrs. Flor-
    ence F.inbinder is chairman of the
    installation.
    Franklin F. Maunders, United
    Cerebral Palsy Clinic administra
    tor. will install Mrs. Spence along
    with Mrs. Lydia DeHersh, first vice
    president; Mrs. Bebe Finn, second
    Friday,
    installs Offfo
    Vice president; Mr, iV
    Mickev Frank .,. ^
    Dies
    VA ,he installatjj
    smtwtut
    Sugarine Beats
    Battle of Bulge
    With the summer holidays fast
    approaching, here's an item of in-
    terest for diabetics and those peo-
    ple trying to keep ahead in the
    "battle of the bulge."
    It's easy to over-eat when such
    an abundance of taste-tempting
    foods are placed before usit's
    only human But when we do eat
    too much, no matter how delig.ioii-
    it is. we pay for it in terms of calo-
    ries. We can greatly reduce our
    calorie intake by sweetening sum
    mar drinks with Sugarine.
    Now. thanks to this new liquid
    tetter, you can drink all the
    iced tea and lemonade you wish
    without gaining a single ounce
    Even folks who have nb wi
    problem are delighted with the
    BM and economy Of sweetening
    iced beverages with Sugarine. No
    more going stir crazy" trying to
    utilize the undissolved sugar in
    the bottom of the glass.
    Enjoy summer eating and picnic
    fun. Eliminate heat-producing cal-
    ories. Sweeten all of your iced
    drinks with Sugarine and keep
    cool.
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    newest commereia,^!
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    Ronald N Aurswak|J
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    Fridays and will 0ff,r ,
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    r, May 18. 1956.
    ^iml^Ukridiarj
    f
    cminine
    fair: \D n the Page 3B
    Mrtf
    ?
    ovnefront
    Mrs. Cynamon Will
    Take Office Sunday
    Installation dinner of Naomi
    group of Hadassah will be held
    Sunday evening at the Lucerne ho-
    tel.
    Campers Register
    Over 300 boys and girls have
    already been enrolled as campers
    in the summer day camp program
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
    munity Center, it was announced
    by Leon Epstein, county day camp
    chairman Wednesday. With the
    four'day camps operated by
    GMJCC not due to open until June
    8, it is anticipated that the 400
    capacity will be reached well be-
    fore the opening date. Waiting
    Mrs. Gerald Soltz. past president, lists have already been established
    of the group, will install the follow- in nMt., ,
    ing officers:
    Mrs. Carol Cynamon, president;
    Mrs. Elaine Rackoff, fund raising
    vice president; Mrs. Marilyn Blum-1
    berg, membership vice president; I
    Mrs. Clarice Berkowitz, organiza- j
    tion vice president; Mrs. Renee I
    Schaffel, program vice president;'
    Mr-. Doris Cynamon. treasurer; !
    Mrs. Paula Knopman, recording i
    secretary.
    Mrs. Harriet Ner^wrcorrespond-
    ing secretary; Mfg. Rita Roth, fi-
    Qjucia! secretary; Mrs. Claire
    Greenfield, financial dues secre-
    tary; Mrs. Sunny Hershbein. social
    secretary; Mrs. Joyce Drew, parlia-
    mentarian.
    . compare 1
    ttitft tu J
    uong new officers installed at Mount Sinai
    spital Auxiliary luncheon ast week are
    nding, left to right) Mesdames Murray A.
    low, treasurer; Paul Allen, assistant finan-
    pl secretary; I. E. Harris, financial secreta-
    Herbert Mathes, member of nominating
    committee; and Jerome Hofmayer, general
    vice president. Seated (left to right) are
    Mesdames Sam Marks, assistant treasurer;
    Morris Goldin, past president and chairman
    of day; Monte Selig, past president; and
    Jandon Schwarz, general vice president.
    ^J
    ' *m~
    nationd vice president of American Jewish Congress is
    s. Charles Feinberg (third from left), 5987 Alton rd., Miami
    Dch, shown at AJCongress' convention in New York City.
    to right are Dr. Israel Goldstein, national president; Hon.
    ne Wise Polier, chairman of the executive committee; and
    nd Polier, national vice president.
    |ach Woman Leader Named National
    Vice President of the AJCongress
    ice Eisendrath. president of the
    Union of American Hebrew Con-
    gregations.
    According to Mrs. Feinberg,
    the convention body recommend-
    ed that no trade agreement be
    concluded with Arab nations un-
    less all American citizens are
    permitted to participate, regard-
    less of religious affiliation. "We
    also recommended." she explain-
    ed, "that any diplomat to this
    country indulging in anti-Jewish
    activity should be expelled."
    The new vice president re-
    sides at 5987 Alton rd., Miami
    Beach.
    Club to Hear Speaker
    Health and Happiness club will
    meet at the Spinoza Outdoor Kor-
    um Saturday vening.
    Harry Kershaw, president, will
    be moderator following a discus-
    sion by Mrs. Fannie F'ritzker, pres-
    ident of the Theosophical Society,
    on "Brotherhood and Vegetarian-
    ism."
    Une thousand delegates rep-
    enting thi American Jewish
    gress t:. i?hout the United
    >te< elect I national officers
    |a conven'l n of the organiza-
    in New Y rk'a Biltmore ho-
    [ late last month.
    Among officers elected were
    Wi community leaden Mrs.
    rles P Feinberg. national
    president, Rabbi Yaakov
    penber.. Mi .. David Brodsky.
    Larry Inedland. Mrs. Wtl-
    B0B Kamen
    *s A I. Saltzman. all
    the national admin-
    rative committee,
    rm were presented
    wael Ambassador Abba Eban
    "ng the five-day convention.
    *ell as by New York Gov.
    WI Harriman and Dr. Maur-
    Scopus Hadassah
    Slates Installation
    Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah
    will install Mrs. David Sernaker
    as president at a luncheon in the
    Biscayne Terrace hotel on Wednes-
    day noon.
    Other incoming officers will be
    Mrs. Harry Elson, organization vice
    president; Mrs. N. W. Lauretz, vice
    president; Mrs. Mark Bernard, vice
    president; Mrs. J. H. Weitzner. fi-
    nancial secretary; Mrs. Sol Collins,
    treasurer.
    Mrs. Abraham Topol, corre-
    sponding secretary; Mrs. Herman
    Mintzer. recording secretary: Mrs. I
    Max Churvis. social secretary. Par-
    liamentarian is Mrs. Louis Rubin,
    and installing officer will be Mrs.
    Arthur Pekelner.
    Program consists of a playlet,
    "The Voice of the Gremlin." Solo-
    ist will be Theresa Ronson accom-
    panied by Mi- Harold Robbinv
    Mothers Feted;
    Rabbi is Speaker
    Special Mother's Day service
    took place at Temple Emanu-El
    Saturday during the regular 9 a.m.
    service, according to Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
    congregation.
    Rabbi Lehrman spoke in honor
    of the occasion. Greetings in be-
    half of mothers were extended by
    Mrs. Irving Cypen, president of
    Sisterhood Mrs. Raphael Yunes.
    president of the Parent Teacher's
    Assn.. offered a special prayer.
    Participating students were Mar-
    sha, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
    Classman; Virginia, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gordon; and
    Byrna and Esther, daughters of
    Mr. and Mrs. David Samels.
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    f&d School Appoints
    Counselor of Camp
    Abraham M Cassel. director
    |"ord school, 1204-54 West
    Wednesday announced the ap-
    pient of John Lee as head
    w of Oxford school camp.
    *"l be in charge of the daily
    f activities at the camp
    M"Pervise the staff of men and
    *" """'selors. He will also be
    "Plete char*e of the Olympicl
    [wuwnin? pool and water ac*
    *s Oxford.
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    Final Meeting of Season for Beth
    David Ladies Will Highlight Honors
    Beth David Sisterhood will hold
    it- final meeting of the year Wed-
    n< day afternoon in the ijmafogna
    buildir.','. *
    All new members who joined
    Mrs. Green Heads
    Nautilus Group
    Mrs. Leon Creep. 4444 N Michi-
    ave Miami Beach, will be In-
    ,l presidi nl ol Nautilus Jun-
    High School PTA for the 1996
    57 year a( the Nautilus parent-
    er meeting in th* school cafe-
    Monday evening.
    Harry Rogera, newly install-
    this year will he honored at a
    consecration ceremony conducted
    by membership viee president Mrs.
    Sam Badanes
    l'K'si.ient Mrs Maa Handahu will
    her \ ear end report on pro-
    jects and activities during her
    term of office
    Special recognition will be given
    to Mcsdames Frank A Rom Bar-
    ry Zuckerman anil Harold lierney.
    who will be recipients of ItSChes
    i" awards
    These awards ire gtvefl OB a
    point system by National Women'i
    lie of the I rnted S) I
    of America for years of Sister-
    hood service and participation in
    all Sisterhood activities nationally,
    nally and locally
    Although Mother Daj officially
    I seas celebrated on Sunday, Maj IS,
    neeting will be dedicated bo
    lute t Portrayal of motherhood, "Dear
    -ruled tifjff-r
    pres-
    Ifrs. Louis Schwartunan.
    ipating art the Meadarnea
    Milton Yaffe, Rebecca I aatle, I ad
    Bcrnhardt. Iforry 1""\. Kmanuel
    ii.in. Sam Dickaoo, Isadora
    Sheldon Kay and Harold
    < J
    North DadeCk
    InJoint Instaliat
    North Dad, chapter I
    Wmen, will .nstall J^
    rare hotel. 'hc B'"^
    Installing officer will
    b*rt Pallot, f,rst viJ,,b(M
    tNttrid 5. 'Ce p
    Atauming their pos
    Isdames Charles SJJ
    . sec
    Epstein, thij"!
    = ft!-^3
    dent:
    vice |
    il
    ^na'
    Mrs. Sarah Czech, prominent philanthropist and clubwoman
    here, becomes life member of Greater Miami chapter. Na-
    tional Women's Committee of Brandeis University, at recent
    Brandeis club dinner. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg (right), out-
    going president of local group, is shown enrolling Mrs. Czech.
    Nautilus PTA Slates Luncheon
    MRS. UOH GKftN
    ed area coordinator of the Dade
    ( it.ty PTA Council, will serve
    i- installing officer, installation
    will be fn form of the PTA symbol,
    it i ak tree
    Officers -rving with Mrs. Green
    ar Mr | JaCObsOA," Mrs.
    nod Kalish, Mr>. Louis Gid-
    ney, vice presidents; Mrs Charles
    M < I acretao I Mae.
    Ben Mandell, corresponding
    Mr- Norman Babel, treasur-
    i
    A ti recently | m by the
    Nautilus Parent-Teacher
    oard members of
    usry, Biscayne
    i> and Treasure I
    Lorber Chapter
    Hears Specialist
    Lorber chapter of Jewish Nation
    al Home t,,r Asthmatic Children
    met at Harvey's restaurant Tburs-
    to hear Dr. Harold S. Tuft.
    medical director of the Home and
    one of
    cialfsts
    git-.
    Nautilus Parent Teacher Asm
    annual iaciiit> and board member
    uncheon will ba bald at the Lu-
    te me hotel at noon Saturday.
    Nautilus, which has been an ele-
    mentary-junior hinh school, will be-
    come a junior high school in Sep-
    tember, with grades from aeveo
    Teen Agers Hold
    Active Program
    Climax of events of the teen age
    and preteen program co-sponsored
    by the North Dade Jewish (enter
    and the Greater Miami Jewish
    Community' Center is betflg
    planned by the youth members.
    On Friday, annual youth service
    haM by members of the North
    Daden and Dade Debs groups.
    Rabbi Henry Qkolica consulted
    with group leaders Mis Albert
    Gordon and Irving Jacobson in pre
    paring this program.
    A final dance and installation of
    new officers i> being planned for
    the North Dade preteen girls club
    Tuesd.iy. May 29.
    Boys' club, whose leader is Perry
    Alexander, has been preparing
    for a June 3 field day. which will
    Im- held at the Flakier Granada
    Jewish Community
    through nine.
    The luncheon will pay tribute
    to teachers and parents who will
    be transferred to other schools be-
    cause of this change. Theme of the
    program will be "Maytime."
    Original words were written by
    Mrs Samuel Paetro. member of the
    faculty, and will be sung by Mrs.
    Harold Wynn and Mrs. Albert Sha-
    piro, accompanied by Samuel
    Kane, also of the faculty.
    Mrs. Louis A. Gidney, chairman
    of the day. will serve as narrator
    " Siege!,'
    The Meadanai Ann.
    guardian: Frank Biel*
    s Weidw,,
    M'HredGray,'ta
    an. financial .secret-*!
    ham Goldstein, hi^
    Brandt, counselor; andj
    t nist.
    The affair is h heduled a; ij
    Jagtallation, with Nanh fhJ
    jRnai B nth a* insuilingl
    Named will be Harold ft,
    president; David Amdur.
    Hineser and Akin Wank. iM
    "lents. M..rn, Klein, retortj
    ponding secretary;
    Winneker. f i nancial
    Rabbi Henry Okolica,
    Martin Tucker, warden:
    Book, guardian; and Frankl
    Coleman Meyers and Fnalj
    trustees.
    AV3GUS9 BROS fty
    13 thi fits
    . Center. At this
    the country's leading spe-1 event, a trophy honoring the club's
    in asthma and other aller-! achievement of winning the sub-
    i urban basketball league tourna-
    YVhile in Miami. Dr Tuft is also | ment will be presented to the
    scheduled to speak baton the Flor group.
    hS SS' LT"""'" L N"h D'd" "- ** <*
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    inciucien at tne meeting were m.-ii- u w
    final reports of all chairmen and a **rUns baseba" ame Thurs-
    brief skit entitled "Madame Lor-|day- May 24 In addition, boys are
    bert Audit." by Mrs Irvin Gold preparing a dramatic skit which
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    toy, May 18. 1956
    fcrbood of the Coral Gables
    Center will hold their last
    L of the season Wednesday
    L at the Cent-r.
    L busine-s meeting will pre-
    1 Mnnlinn
    ^JeHtotiRoridton
    also scheduled with Mrs. Morris
    Slcop as installing officer.
    Each officer will receive an in-
    strument, ami Mrs. Alfred Reich,
    Sisterhood president, will receive
    ,the baton, forming a complete
    program directed by Mrs.^, ,o cmy on ^^ 9m
    iml,orU on the theme "Unity fr the forthcoming year in
    ngth.- Mock installation is "Unity."
    Mans for Fraternity House
    I ^AINESVILLE-The newest ad-
    ijition to the University of Florida's
    |fraternity row was launched with
    : groundbreaking ceremonies for the
    Tau hps.lon Phi house last week-
    < rid.
    Architect Leonard Glasser Mi-
    ami, outlined plans for the'new
    structure, project,! as the finest
    '" "; modern chapter houses to
    MM Florida'a fraternity row.
    Page 5B
    Dial-a-Thon' Sees Campaign's Finale
    Telephones have been ringing all
    over town in behalf of the Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal starting May
    14, when the annual "Dial-A-Thon"
    was launched to reach outstanding
    prospects.
    which eight persons will man a
    battery of telephones daily.
    The "Dial-A-Thon" idea was ori-
    ginated two years ago by veteran
    campaigner and former CJA chair-
    man M. J. Kopelowitz. In 1955. he
    Each volunteer will be asked to personally secured 521 pledge, to
    work only two hours per day. j the Combined Jewish "Dial-A-
    Schedules arc now included in Thon" drive.
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    MKS. NORMAN BASSIN
    mts. lAWKincf spicgh
    t. AND MRS. MORRIS
    Miami Hadassah
    Chapter Formed
    Miami chapter of HMkaaaah will
    hold ItJ first meeting and election
    of officers Monday evening. May
    21, at the Miami Pioneer club, 250
    N\Y North River dr.
    Mr- Arthur IVkelner. chairman
    pro-tem and chairman of the nom-
    inating committee, will present the
    following slate of officen for let
    tion: president, Mrs Irwin Lisa;
    vice presidents, Mr- n c. Moaer,
    Mn Homer Rievman, Mrs. Louii
    .it'/in.:n and Mn Gerald P
    traanirer, Mr- Murray La-
    vine; financial secretary, Mrs. j.
    .Martin Piahman.
    Recording aecretarjr, Mrs Sam-
    uel a. Prommer; aoeJal ecretary,
    Mrs. Harold d; and parlia-
    mentarian. Mix laapar < romer.
    Joseph Pardo will render vocal
    selections, several of which will be
    original compositions sung for the
    first time.
    Lodz Couple
    Mark 50 Years
    Of Wedded Bliss
    Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Morris,
    841 86th st.. Miami Beach, cele-
    brated their 50th wedding anniver-
    sary Sat unlay evening. May 5. at a
    party Riven by Workmen's Circle
    Branch 602 in the Lyceum. Some
    130 friends were present at the
    affair.
    The couple, who were sweet-
    hearts in Lodz, Poland, came to
    the United BUtei In 1904. They
    married May 12. 1906. in New York
    City. They moved to Miami Beach
    ten yean ago.
    Mr. Morris is active in helping
    build a home for the aged for
    Workmen's Circle members. He
    has also -old Israel Bonds in the
    sum of over $25,000, for which he
    received an award plaque. Now re-
    tired, he was a manufacturer of
    Tayatee Syrup in New York for a
    number of years.
    The couple have one daughter,
    Mrs Dorothy Reichstein. who lives
    in Brooklyn, and two grandchil-
    dren. Barbara May, who graduates
    from Ru.ssell Sage College, Troy,
    N Y.. this June, and Larry Steven.
    16.
    MIT Chapel Site
    Of Their Wedding
    Barbara Ann Gordon and Law-
    rence San ford Spiegel exchanged
    vows recently in the chapel of the
    Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
    nology.
    The bride is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Bernard Gordon, Swamp-
    scott. Maj and great-grandniece
    of Mrs Nader Cohen, 1876 SW 10th
    st.. Miami.
    Her husband is the son of Mr.
    and Mrs Charles Spiegel. 2210 SW
    2u'th st and Salem. Mass.
    Mr. Spiegel is working on a PhD
    degree at MIT.
    / | Bassins Vacation
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    Roslyn Finkelstein Halpern and
    Norman Bassin were married Sun-
    day in Beth El Congregation. Rab-
    day, Apr. 29, in Beth El Congrega-
    tion. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky
    solemnized the ceremony.
    The bride is the daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Finkelstein,
    2508 SW 19th ter. She wore an ice-
    blue tulle and lace ballerina-length
    gown and a pearl and sequin tiera
    with French iliuson veil. She car-
    ried white orchids on a white
    Bible.
    Mrs. Edith Levin, sister of the
    bridegroom, attended the bride,
    wearing pink ballerina length tulle
    and carrying a bouquet of purple
    orchids.
    The bridegroom is the son of
    Mrs. Rose Bassin. 2665 SW 25th
    ter.
    Jules Aaron was his best man.
    A reception was held at Beth El.
    The couple are honeymooing on
    Miami Beach. After May 5 they
    will be at home at 2885 SW 25th
    ter.
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    students who were honored for scholastic achievo mityo Day ceremony marking the university's ltfith nt ll h
    Walter Jacobs leaves her N. Jefferson ave home T?"*'
    summer at the Lake Tarleton club in Pike N H to *
    Mrs. Jacobs will have the club's beautiful 18-holc *"1*1
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    Brooklyn attorney Mrs. Mynerva Salxman left i. l
    following a vacation here as houseguest of Mrs s S* ^fofl
    Venetian dr. Mimi Buch.beum marked her birthdav^J
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    At North Shore
    Confirmation took place Tuesday
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    oth service of North Shore Jewish
    Center. The following conflrmands
    participated in the ceremony:
    Susan Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving B. Carey; Robert Keith,
    son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben L. Fabric;
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    r,MaylM?5S
    ,iily Service Elects Alvin Cassel
    o Succeed Mrs. Ackerman as Leader
    _:_otinu National Family i various prvioc t ..
    ^2l5tItrM*>*i
    binatinu
    - jir^. Leo Arkcrman to the
    ency is Alvin Cassel, Miami
    attorney
    <8ervic! of tho
    a?enrv.
    case-
    National Family | various
    Jewish Family Service held Some 960 families "receiver!
    mnual membership meet.ng I work and counseling helo through
    *at the DiLido hotel. Sue-[the family service department
    Thirty-one children or unmarried
    mothers were helped by the nwly
    created child care service. More
    has been a member of the (than 700 others mad u nf of Jewish Family Service facilities of the Vocational Serv
    11952. and has served as vice "
    dent fr the past two years.
    nan of the budget committee
    [ Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
    ne is a member of the na-
    committee on community
    \\ practices of the Council of
    Federations and Welfare
    el is a longtime resident of
    I raised and educated here
    graduate of the University
    rida, where he received his
    Hor of Laws degree.
    Ackerman was elected to
    orary president. Other offi-
    liected at the meeting were
    [presidents, Dr. Melvin L.
    and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin;
    er, Harold Tannen; and re-
    as secretary, Mrs. Leonard
    r.
    tly elected to the board of
    irs were Mrs. Leonard L.
    Mrs. I.on is Krensky, Col.
    d, Lawrence E. Singer and
    ernard Wall. Re-elected to
    of directors for another
    krear term were R. Williams
    |Mrs. Leonard Beldner, Leon
    Mrs Nathaniel Levin,
    eymour I.iebman, Bernard
    Mrs Sam S. Silver and
    Wck-ler.
    )ual reports of the services
    rish Family Service were
    |by David P. Catsman, Mrs.
    C. Myers and Mrs. Leo
    nan. These reports describ-
    developmont of new serv-
    1955 and the increased use
    [of all programs by the pom-
    More than 1.700 different
    or individuals used the
    sen's Circle Schedules
    rship Drive Locally
    ard Levin son. field dirtc-
    Workmen's Circle, has ar-
    lin Miami to spark a two-
    | membership drive of the
    Division of Workmen's
    |nn will be guest speaker
    (joint meeting of Branches
    1050 and the Women's
    nday at the Workmen's Cir-
    fum. 25 \\ .ishington ave.
    j theme will be "Fifty-five
    of Workmen Circle."
    . ice
    Department.
    Highlighting the meeting was a
    panel discussion on "What the
    Community expects of Jewish
    Family Service." Harold Tannen
    toastmaster of the meeting wan
    moderator. Panelists were Dr H
    Franklin Williams, vice president
    of the University of Miami and
    president of the Welfare Plannin?
    Council of Dade County; Stanley
    C. Myers, president of tho Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation; Jane
    Wood, feature writer of the Miami
    Daily News; and Albert Comanor.
    executive director of Jewish Fam-
    ily Service.
    Temple Beth Sholom Confirms
    36 Students at Shavuoth Services
    ALVIN CASSfL
    Community Leaders Will Pay Tribute
    To Mrs. Appel at Installation Fete
    Mrs. Harry Genet: honorary vice
    president. Mrs. Alexander S. Ko-
    gan; honorary vice president, Mrs.
    Samuel Reinhard; honorary vice
    president, Mrs. Louis Sussman.
    Vice presidents are Mcsdames
    Isidore Spolter, Joseph E. Rackov-
    sky. Jerry Sussman, Alexander S.
    Gross, Joseph Shapiro: treasurer,
    Mrs. Alex Miller; financial secre-
    tary. Mrs. Jacob Katz; recording
    secretary, Mrs. Joseph Zemel; cor-
    responding secretary, Mrs. David
    Scid.
    Assistant corresponding secreta-
    ry, Mrs. Samuel Farber; social sec-
    retary. Mrs. Benjamin Kornreich;
    general secretary, Mrs. Samuel M.
    Grundwerg; chaplain, Mrs. Jonah
    Caplan; registrar, Mrs. Abraham
    Margel; trustees, Mesdames Sam-
    uel Cohen, Irving Lehrman, Irwin
    Makovsky, Louis Makovsky, Alfred
    Stone.
    Board of directors will also be
    installed.
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    Prominent community leaders
    will pay tribute to Mrs. Benjamin
    Appel, newly elected president of
    Hebrew Academy Women, at an
    installation luncheon Wednesday.
    May 23, in the Grand Ballroom of
    the Fontainebleau hotel.
    Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, installa-
    tion chairman, stated that more
    than 300 guests will witness the
    elaborate installation ceremonies.
    Among those present will be rep-
    resentatives from local Zionist,
    philanthropic and religious causes,
    which Mrs. Appel helped found.
    Installing officer will be Rabbi
    Alexander S. Gross, principal of
    the Hebrew Academy.
    "Afternoon of Stars," featuring
    top professional talent, will high-
    light the entertainment portion of
    the program.
    Also participating will be the
    Hebrew Academy choir under the
    direction of Miriam Donnerstag,
    music director of the Academy.
    Perry Ciment will be student
    soloist.
    Greeting in behalf of students to
    Tiewly elected officers will be ex-
    tended by Virginia Parnes.
    Officers to be installed are:
    president, Mrs. Benjamin Appel;
    honorary life president, Mrs. Sid-:
    ney Rubinowitz; honorary presi-; : boxing card is scheduled
    dent, Mrs. Irving Firtel; honorary -Tuesday evening at the Miami
    life vice president, Mrs. David S. i Beach audi(orium. pr0Ceeds go to
    Andron; honorary vice president, TpmpIe Emanu.EI Men-S ciub and
    will be used to erect a library.
    Active in the benefit are Walter
    Kaplan. Max Boderman, Charles
    Gunches, Jack Silverman, Allen
    Goldberg, president, Irving Schatz-
    man. Ben Cohen, Jules Channing.
    David Samelson. Joseph Abelow
    and Harold Hirschfield.
    Also Edward Newman, Alfred
    Stone, Michael Salmon, Aaron
    Bookspan, Irving Schatzman, Jack
    Burris, Irving Cypen, Maurice
    Engel, Carl Gardner, Irving Firtel,
    Danny Levine, Ben Adler, Morris i
    Dubler, Murray Gilman, Ben Zion
    Ginsburg, Sol Goldman, Benjamin
    Greene.
    Herbert Gutman, Dr. Sherman
    Kaplan, Walter Kaplan, Sam Katz,
    Ernest Kass, Marvin Kimmel, Da-
    vid Klinger, Joseph Kogos, Hylan
    Kout, Albert Lehrman, Solomon
    Lichter, Jerome Linet. Maxwell
    Mangold, Dr. Herman Mechlowitz,
    Hank Meyer, Dr. Donald Michnoff,
    Gershon Miller.
    Joel Newman, Julius J. Perlmut-
    ter, Louis Pollack. Joseph M. Rose,
    Joseph Rubin. Philip Salmon, Mor-
    ris Schneider, Murray Schwartz-
    jman, Milton Smith, Michael Sossin,
    William Sussman. Joseph Swim-
    mer, George Talianoff, Sidney Tel-
    ller, Henry Waitzkin. Ira Walsey,
    Samuel Wiesen, Charles Yavers,
    Raphael Yunes.
    Temple Beth Sholom confirmed
    36 boys and girls on Tuesday eve-
    ning. May 15, during the cele-
    bration of Shavuoth. This is the
    first class to hold its confirmation
    service in the new Beth Sholom
    sanctuary which is still in the proc-
    ess of completion.
    "According to Jewish tradition,
    the revelation on Mt. Sinai took
    Place on Shavuoth," Rabbi Leon
    Kronish explained. "Hence, the
    festival is designated as the birth-
    day of the Ten Commandments.
    Since on the first Shavuoth, the
    Israelites avowed the need for mo-
    ral purposes in their living. Liberal
    Judaism has introduced the cere-
    mony of confirmation into its Tem-
    ples on this holiday."
    Confirmands are those who have
    completed their elementary religi-
    ous education and ceremonially are
    welcomed Into spiritual maturity
    by the rabbi and the congregation.
    \I''''JT.-r'v'fl';'T'1 "" Ar,<,np Ruth
    yii, )",. n. Jefferson ave., Mr. and
    Mr* Joseph Ash; Victor Brown Ball-
    Jchary Bailey; Bteven Martin Baron,
    CTM Plnetree jr., Mr. and Mis Mur-
    ray Baron; Bug-ene Barn Brenner,
    MX.i Cnae ave., Mr. ami Mrs. Nathan
    |Brennr; Bread* Ann Hrn.lv, 1*0 M
    Shore 'ir. Mr. and Mrs. Bam Brody;
    I DtaiM) Deutach, 3.1:10 Flamingo ,), lii
    ;in.I Mrs. Irvln DeulHi-h: Kharl 'I.HI
    Ctontach, MIS N. Meridian ave., Mrs.
    Dorothy Deatsch; Har.v Kin,.t nienpr,
    6*6 ,9th st., Mr. and Mrs M;,x
    Diener; Betty Jean Kuri.in, 4*43 N
    B nl Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dnrbin;
    Rusan Qreenbera-, Plnetree dr.,
    Mr. an.i Mrs, Harry w Ureenberg;
    Jerald Martin Hart. .",020 X. Ba) id
    Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hart; Isabella Mir-
    lam Hecht, 121.1 Nautilus dr., Mr. and
    Mis Isadore Hech) Nan Qen Hei -
    ni.iii. :i:, \ Bhore dr., Mr. and Mn
    pan lei Herman; Abby Qulnn Hlrsch,
    .!> X. Hay rd Mr. and Mrs. Th.">-
    dore Epstein; Jill Huberman, 1*1 G Rue
    Vi .nil.-. Mr. and Mrs, Lao Huber-
    man; Marilyn Sue Jahln. I5Z6 Adams
    BV Mi mii.I Mrs Jack Jablo.
    Sara Louisa Kleinmaa, MM i:
    Broadview dr., Dr. and Mrs. gam
    ; Klelnman; Linda Rae Kornhiiim, .".:'"!
    Allon id.. Mr. and Mrs. Hair* M.
    Kornblum; Jean baleen Kratiah, U>2
    Posl ave Mr, and M Adolph Krat-
    iah: Nikki Nanry Krau* IR75 darns
    V( Mr and Mis. Milton Klaus;
    j Itli 'hard ("lark Lewis, 41-1 Post ,iv.-.
    Mr. ;-iid Mrs. Marvin Lewi*; Michael
    IJaj MarRtlls, 1672 Day ton la rd.. Mr.
    and Mis Solomon Maie Sue Martin, SIM Alton rd., Mr. and
    Mrs. Samuel Martin; Carole Ann Mil-
    lar, :,:."> s. Bhore dr.. Mr. and Mis.
    Murray Millar; Michael L. Miller,
    1602] B. Broadview dr., Mr, and Mis.
    Howard Miller; Beatrice Ifeth Nedler,
    1575 X. Michigan ave., Mr. ami Mrs
    Harry Nadler Nancy Rae Ory, ';
    W. "."tli st.. Mr. and Mis. Randolph
    Ory; Judith Bileen Richard, w> av
    ST.- 1"'* Mr" Stanley Richard;
    I'.liZHbcth Rubin. 2419 X. M.
    .. v. .. Mr and Mis. Alexander Rubili
    Nancy 8ue Bohonfeld, -.".IK rinetren
    dr.. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonreld; I
    l.enre Seid-rman, 1616 i'inetiee dr.,
    Mr. and Mrs Paul Beldertnan; Phvllls
    lx>rls Blrvers, (600 N. Bay rd., Mr.
    and Mrs. Charles Silvers; Qllbert
    Mick. s:i:i s,t h st., Mr. and Mrs.
    Joseph Spavack; Aim I.inda
    37S7 Prairie ave.. Mr. And Mis Her-
    bert si.-ele; Ronald Charlei VTlnxer,
    4.1 Riviera dr.. Golden Beaoh, Mr.
    Mini Mis. Manny Winser; and Marl n
    Audrey Zeltlin, l'olm M.ii.iian a\>..
    Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Zeltlin.
    Mrs. Hardison in
    May 29th Runoff
    Mrs. Thelma Hardison, who was
    appointed to fill the unexpired
    constable's term of her husband
    killed in the line of duty and who
    was reelected" four years ago, is
    again a candidate in the May 29
    runoff.
    Mrs. Hardison Wednesday, said
    "I am confident of victory in the
    second primary and will continue
    together with my capable depu-
    ties the quick, efficient service
    rendered in the past in the serv-
    ing of warrants and criminal pa-
    pers and the duties of the office
    of constable at the public's beck
    and call at all times, as I have
    in the past."
    Mrs. Hardison, Florida-born, has
    lived in her district for over a
    quarter of a century. "I know
    most of my constituents by their
    first names."
    Mother of four children, two
    married, Mrs. Hardison is a Baptist,
    belongs to W.O.W. Auxiliary.
    American Legion Auxiliary and the
    PTA.
    "I want to take this opportunity."
    Mrs. Hardison said, "to thank ev-
    eryone who voted for me and
    humbly ask them to please come
    out and vote for me again May
    29."
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    Friedland Installed Emanu-EI President at Friday W,
    Samuel Friedland. civic and re
    .liKious leader, was installed for
    I mother year as president of Tern-
    'pi.- Emanu-EI. in a ceremony that
    highlighted the service last Friday
    i night.
    Those who ascended the pulpit
    and were charged with their re
    sponsibilities by Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. installing officer, were
    honorary life presidents Mayer H.
    Frankel. Joseph M. Rose and Harry
    Workshops, Address by Or. Pilch
    Will Highlight Education Conference
    Continued from Pa 1 A
    \ M offlK fields. He has served as visiting
    r v, M m W^^^m m 'M New York lnivcrsl,y
    j W M ^^ ^aB Yeshiva ",4!)
    WL djk > ^^^ * h will feature Stanley Myers, presi-
    Mapping plans for Senior Citizens celebration are delegates dent of Greater Miami Jewish Fed
    to the Senior Citizens Council, representing the three Golden eration. Mrs Matilda H. Ratner.
    Aqe clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, president of the Bureau of Jewish
    Shown (front row. left to right) are three club presidents Jo- Education, and Rabb. Joseph Nar-
    seph Horowitz. Beach Branch; Henry Garison. Town Branch; ot. of Temple Israel
    and Maurice Show, Flagler-Granada. Second row (left to Sundays activit.es wil
    right) are Louis Stillman. Mrs. Bert Cromer. Mrs. Maurice
    Shaw and Bert Cromer.
    in
    with an address by Dr. Benjamin
    Rosenberg, txecutive director of
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    Delegates will then participate in
    three workshops chaired by
    Charles Cropper. Dr. Herman
    Mechlowitz and Alias Stratten.
    Discussion leaders arc Harold
    Thurman. Myers. Myer Baskin.
    SAMUll fKHDUMD
    Thurman Slated
    Principal Specker
    Harold Thurman. civic leader
    here and chairman of the Senior ^^ aaHm, of Hollywood. Al-
    CitiMM Div.s^ns of the Dade ^ Tanenbaum> of Savannah. Ga..
    County Welfare Planning Council.: d Jack Bccker o{ Jacksonville.
    will he principal speaker at a joint
    netting sponsored by the Council Following the morning work-
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Com- shops will be a coherence lunch-
    mun.tv (enter Sunday afternoon at addressed by Dr. Pilch .after
    450 SW 16th ave. which the workshops will continue.
    ,. ... The conference will close with an
    Senior Citizens t ounc.l is nude ^^ ^ whjch summarics ,
    up of representation of the three q( wor|tsh fjndmgs wi ^ pre.
    Golden Age r r i e nds hi p clubs. sen|ed worksh recorders Nat 1 Joint Shavuoth celebration was
    which are sponsored by the (,reat wjnokur and Herm,n FeIdman. t0 ^ held Thursday evening at
    ,r NliamiJev^sh Community Cen- f<>||owcd by a conference summary ^j, H conugregaUon.
    u r? "rancnl bv Louis Schwartzman. executive i Sponsors of the program are
    Branch and FlagatrKSranada *+\Z,*k of the Bureau of Jewish looSa Myerson club of Pioneer
    Education. Women and Ben Gurion Branch of
    Joint Shavuoth
    Celebration Here
    ish Community Center.
    Senior Citizens Sunday has been
    Sirkin. vice presidfnls
    J* B|ner, chirles '
    Lipton an.1 George j 3
    "T.'M.ier. Max ^ m
    cal secretary. So! (J'
    cording secretary, Dr
    Mechlowitz.
    Taking their oath,
    "f 'he board of d,^*
    Harry Bodenatein, M?
    Iry.nu Cjrpjo, Bernard S
    Allen (...idherg. George '
    Joaeph Hoffman. LeoB
    Benjamin 0. Kline Hirrtl
    etzky, Frank Lane. Dav7
    son. Samuel Lipton. Samuel
    Oscar Mamber, Baron de
    Meyer. Dr. Kurt Peiser J
    Perlmutter. Leo RobmaT
    mond Rubin, Julius
    Irving Schatzman, Jack
    Edward J. Singer, i^
    Alfred Stone. Henry Wi
    Members of the board,
    tees are Benjamin Adler,"
    Applehaum. Hvman
    iel Broad. Jack Burns, _.
    kin. Jules channing. Jan*
    Max B Cohen. Jack Coopet
    Cove. Ben F. Danbaum. Uoj
    stein. Dr Jack J. Falk.
    Feiner. Dr. Stanley FrehH^
    rice G. Furman. Sydar
    Harry Genet. Ben Zion
    Alexander Gordon, Nat
    Henry Hillman. Harold L
    field. Samuel Kagan.
    Dr. Sherman Kaplan.
    Katz. Sam Katz. M. J
    Hank Meyer, I. Louis
    Harry Mufson, Al CMwoH
    i Phillips. Louis Pollack.
    , Postol. Bernard Rodins.
    I Simon Rubin. Marcus 0.
    Harry Seligman, Milton
    < Max Sulken. William
    Michael Tose. Harold
    | ney Walzer. Charles
    Raphael Yuncs.
    Chairman of the conference will Farband.
    MRS fANNIl BKAMNICK
    designated U the Official name for Gottlieb, and co-chair-! Rabbi Morton llalavsky. Israelite
    tins particular meeting at which .,,.., ,- Mps ,. Center spiritual leader, was guest
    time they will NMgnta and pay men for arrangefnenU art Mrs. Jo- ^ ^ ^
    tribute to all senior citizens of the seph Duntov and Mrs. Benjamin vocallst presented musical pro-
    Grcater Miami area. Greene. _____________________ ^^ with Q|ga Bibor stern K.
    companying at the piano.
    Program chairman was Dr. A. J.
    Ishlon, who revealed Wednesday
    Oneg Shabbal Friday evening at > an official tour of the veterans or-1 the Friends of the Golden Slipper tna, entertainment also included
    Coral (iables Jewish (enter will yani/ation. Thursday evening.! Camp for Children and also be- recitations by Mrs. Sonya Gerbert.
    or Mrs Fannie E. Bramnick. there was to Ik> a meeting of all I longs to the State Parole Board of Lf Golda Myerson club,
    national president of the National lord auxiliaries at the New Yorker Pennsylvania. A member of the;______----------------------------- _____
    JWV Women's Official in Visit To Miami Area
    Emergency Aid Commission of
    Pennsylvania, she has helped
    spearhead the JWA Israel program.
    Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish hotel, and on Sunday a luncheon
    War Veterans o! the United States. w,n honor Mrs. Bramnick at Lin-
    Mrs Bramnick arrived here coin Manor. Greater Miami JWV
    i iday afternoon iron Philadel- piMs and auxjliaries will he hosts
    plna and was met by Mrs Frieda
    Levine, Florida state Dapartmanl
    lent. day for Richmond. Va, to continue mar Hospital in Israel and eon ,m;,ttached men and women are
    The JWV women's official is on her official tour, is a member of ferred with Israeli officials invited to attend.
    Open House' Scheduled
    Open House'' will be held by
    the B*nai B'rith Social Council
    0nnht'r feC!nt-Ta L ,E"rT- Saturday evening at the Florid.an
    raa lion- Mrs Bramnick visited Tel Hasho- hot{,, MombcrSi friends and al,
    THE SWING IS TO
    ROWELL
    YOUR CANDIDATE FOR
    COMMISSIONER
    MR. C. F. "Pete" SMITH
    and
    MR. RUDY LUND
    OUTSTANDING LEADERS IN BUSINESS, CIVIC AND
    AVIATION DEVELOPMENT and who were in our
    District 4 County Commission Race, have unani-
    mously endorsed STACY'S Candidacy.
    HIS INSURE COUNTY PROGRESS WITH LEADERSHIP,
    ENTHUSIASM AND PROVEN BUSINESS ABILITY.
    Vote May 29
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    $2,250 tack. Near St. Um(
    State Highway 76.
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    Attractively h
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    w, May 18, 1956
    Collins Names
    ler Chairman
    feterans Home
    Lrj Lessor has been appoint-
    [e chairman of the" Florida
    DS Home (Soldiers Home)
    , state "l Florida. Appoint-
    L made by Gov. LeRoy Col-
    k.
    Lr ,s presently national dep-
    L,.f of staff of the Disabled
    Ln Veteran! and district
    UmamliT of that organiza-
    |e is past national command-
    L Son- ol Jewish War Vet-
    Ls a!-" been active with
    [ Veterans of For-
    [ Military Order of the
    Heart and Marine Corps
    an> ill World War I named
    [recently inaugurated bar-
    nily "Alfred A.
    iBarratk- ot Miami Beach."
    David Men
    Jacobson
    UMObson v/aa last week
    ously I to a fourth
    president of Beth David
    fclub.
    r officer- named were Louis
    ha. fit president; (ius
    |Mconii \ice president; Na-
    tary; and Irvine;
    fen, tii
    of directors are Moe At-
    I Badanes, Murray Baum,
    [Bcrney. I'oiil Bleck, Michael
    | Herbert Frame, Milton A.
    an. Maurice H. Hyman, Max
    lu, Sheldon Kay, Jack Laz-
    ISidney I-efcourt, Archie
    pon. Samuel Ostrowsky,
    I Pern. Robert Purish.
    rd Rothbart, Joe Ray vis,
    Bosengarten, Mitchell Sha-
    |k Shantield. Edward Safer,
    E. Scher and Charles Z.
    iif.ee Appointed
    iuntment of a committee of
    ne Builders Assn. of South
    | to help plan the staging of
    fth annual Home Builders
    scheduled Nov. 25 through
    Jat Dinner Key auditorium
    kn innounced by John Beat-
    pn. president. Beatty dis-
    J that John Gassaway will
    produce the show as manag-
    er and that Vince DeMeo
    form Fox will act as chair-
    ed co-chairman respectively
    uilder-' committee.
    Walts Young
    or Old
    irn to Dance!
    Why Sit Home?
    [Meet New People
    the Waltz. Fox Trot
    Rhumba. etc.
    * enroumcnt now
    r Appointment Phone
    Plaza 7-1643
    Washington Avenue
    'OF LEAK?
    CALL
    rOR CONN
    rePair it or apply
    one. For free
    "*phone:
    ACME
    SUPPLY
    CO.
    9-S274
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    Weekend in Naples is ticket for
    a "get-away-from-it-all" rest,
    say Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gor-
    don, of 5227 Alton rd., Miami
    Beach, who enjoy their first visit
    to Beach club hotel in Gulf
    coast resort.
    Chiropractic Clinic
    Opened on Normandy Isle
    Dr. Irwin Bard, chiropractic
    physician, has announced the open
    ing of hi* oil km i at 907 Normandy
    dr., Nnrmandv \-\v.
    Complete chiropractic diagnoses
    and treatment will be given at the
    clinic without t h e necessity of
    sending patients to outside Labora-
    tories for tests. Dr. Bard revealed.
    "All types of cases are being
    treated at the new clinic, but spe-
    cial attention will be paid to struc-
    tural deformaties in children and
    young adults, chronic joint disor-
    ders and physical rehabilitation of
    paralytic conditions."
    Dr. Bard has studied at Long
    Island University, University of
    Washington and is an honor gradu-
    ate of the Chiropractic Institute of
    New York. Ue interned at Spears
    Chiropractic Hospital and Sani-
    torium in Denver, Colo., and spent
    two years at physical medicine de-
    partments of U.S. Army hospitals
    here and abroad.
    MacVSwrleeksAid
    In Next Primary
    County Commissioner I. r>. Mac-
    vicar. appearing before a dozen
    or more civic groups during the
    Pa>t week, express.,1 his apprecia-
    'on to.he thousands of Dadeeoun-
    L7herSMWho suPPrted him dur-
    ing the May 8 primary election
    aH ,'h ,Inrfeed Rratif>in8 to re-
    "> t'Kit-M, many sober-thinking
    citizens ,n our county have ex
    rcised their power at the polK
    ZSSfff1* "and l am deeply
    Commenting on the coming sec-
    ond primary on May 29, the com-
    m.ss.oner pledged his continued
    efforts "toward keeping Miami and
    Dade county fully informed of the
    many accomplishments of the com-
    mission and urged the voters not
    to be misled by high-sounding cam-
    paign accusations which look fine
    m print, hut which cannot stand
    up In the bright glare of public
    service,
    "Remember instead, it is the
    proved results Of ten years' experi-
    ence which really count.
    'This is a critical time in the
    history of Dade county." MacViear
    continued. "It is imperative that
    I I). MacViear be elected to the
    county commission to preserve a
    balance of integrity and progress at
    the same time."
    Pointing to his record of ac-
    complishments during the past ten
    years. Commissioner MacViear
    listed his participation "in devel-
    oping Miami's International Air-
    port, the highly-praised park sys-
    tem, Jackson Memorial hospital,
    Dade county auditorium, Vizcaya
    and the Miami Seaquarium."
    Paqe 9 B
    Annual Teen Frolic
    May 19 is the date set for the
    annual teen spring frolic at the
    Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
    Center, 951 E. 4th ave., it was an-
    nounced Wednesday by Mrs. Isa-
    dora Stemmer, chairman of the
    joint youth activities committee of
    the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
    Center- and the Greater Miami
    Jewish Community Center.
    Newly elected presidents of
    Men's and Women's Councils
    of Southeast Florida, B'nai
    B'rith, Sidney Efronson and
    Eleanor Baltuch, review guide
    to coming year's activities fol-
    lowing installation at Nautilus
    hotel.
    Efronson to Head
    B'nai B'rith Council
    Miami attorney Sidney Efronson
    has been elected president of the
    men's B'nai B'rith Council, of
    Southeast Florida. Council is the
    coordinating body of B'nai B'rith
    lodges in this area.
    Elected to serve with Efronson
    are Stanley Caidin, first vice presi-
    dent, who will also assume the
    presidency of Sholom lodge; Mike
    lossin, past president of Miami
    Beach lodge, second vice president;
    Ted Robinson, past president of
    Flamingo lodge, third vice presi-
    dent; David Sachs, secretary; Hal
    Green, treasurer; Leo Steinman. fi-
    nancial secretary; and Jack Kirsch-
    baum, advisor.
    Efronson attended the Univer-
    sity of Michigan, where he obtain-
    ed his undergraduate degree. He
    graduated from the University of
    Miami school of law in 1950, where
    he was one of the founders of
    "Barrister,"' law school newspaper.
    At the university, he was also pres-
    ident of Bar and Gavel Legal So-
    ' ciety.
    A member of the Pythians and
    Masons, Efronson was also chair-
    man of the board of directors of
    B'nai B'rith youth program in
    Greater Miami. He resides in Coral
    Gables with his wife, Sydell, and
    his only child, Beth Loren.
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    J^ay.MayH
    JWitzvali
    Bar Mitzvah Due
    At Gables Center
    Sloven Dwoskin will lx-come Bar
    Mit/vah durini: Maria* morning
    services. May 19- of Coral Gables
    Jewish Center. Rabbi Morn- Skop
    and Cantor Irving Robinson will
    officiate.
    Steven is the son of Mr dnd
    Mi v Harry Dwoskin. 2100 S\V 16th
    IfiamL
    !! i> in the sevntti grade at
    Shenandoah .lunior High and has
    attended religkHU school for the
    past two rears.
    A reception in his honor will
    he bald Saturday evaoiag at the
    Center.
    rvonahl. _..
    A pervotubl*
    yogn9 m
    fKIGID KING with ribs mmtmtk fevch
    Auto Air Conditioning, Inc.
    3551 N.W. 14* AVX-P*. NE 5-7M1 \ ?u*Jn *
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    ch.ng*. Will ,,""*
    "ll* iob. For fUrt
    tien ple, ContKt n*L
    BARTH BENNITT
    DAY CAMP
    $30 a Month
    2*01 S.W. 7th Si.
    HI 8 1407
    Out-of-Towners
    To Fete Bayer
    Laurence, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Irving Bayer. 2515 S\V 25th ave.,
    will become Bar Ultxvata during
    .Saturday morning ser\ u-e-. May
    19. at Beth David Congregation.
    Rabbi Yaakov G, Rosenberg will
    officiate, with Cantor William W.
    i ipson rendering the musical por-
    tion of the liturgy
    Mr. and Mrs Bayer will be hosts
    in honor of their son at the Kid-
    ciu-h on Sabbath morning.
    Laurence is a seventh grade BtB>
    dent at Shenandoah Junior High
    and is in the concert band and
    bugle corps He ha- boon attend-
    ing Beth David religious school
    for the past six years
    Out-of-town guest- will include
    In- grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
    Sam Gottesman and Mrs Clara
    Bayer, of Brooklyn, and Mrs A.
    \V. (ielfand. ol the Bronx, NY.
    Gary Martin, son of Mrs. Ros-
    lyn Leslie and grandson of Mr.
    and Mrs. Harry Mart, will cele-
    brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
    ple EmamfCl Saturday; May
    19. .Bobi* Irving lehzn)ao will
    officiate. Gary is a seventh
    grade student at Miami Beach
    Junior High and attends Tem-
    ple Emanu-El religious school.
    Two Will be Confirmed
    At Zamora Center Services
    Miss Harriet Ostrle, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostrie. and
    Mi-s Sharon Press, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Press, will
    be confirmed by Rabbi B. Leon
    Hurwitz at Saturday morning serv-
    ices May 19. Both Harriet and
    Sharon are students at Hebrew
    High School of the Bureau of Jew-
    ish Education.
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    Natior
    Ciaig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
    cus J. Pinsker, 8329 Crespi
    blvd.. formerly of Pittsburgh,
    will become Bar Mitzvah dur-
    ing Saturday morning services
    of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
    Leon Kronish will officiate.
    Double Bar Mitzvah
    Joel. s..n ad Mr. and Mrs Charles (
    Brandwein, 1985 Calais dr., and!
    Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
    ] Regan, 1101 Marseilles dr. will be
    iBar Mitzvah Saturday morning at
    I the North Shore Jewish Center.
    \ Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
    ficiate. Both boys are students at
    | the religious school of the Center
    and attend Nautilus Junior High.
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    STEVENSON

    And the Sierention Delegate*
    OEUOATIS FROM > CONGRISSIOfML OISTRICT
    Robert M. Morgan Mrs. EHaa K. Wbiteside
    Of LEGATES AT LAROf
    Dante t. F-oscell i William C. Laataff
    Adiai Demands
    Recognition 'Israel
    Is Here to Stay'
    Adiai E. Stevenson Wednesday
    called for immediate action t'> U
    sure the world that "Israel is here
    to stay-
    Taking time out from his in-
    tensive campaigning in California,
    the Democratic Prastdantial as-
    pirant told The Jewish Fioridian
    that 'it is now apparent that our
    present government has no firm
    policy in the Middle East "
    "The Eisenhower administration
    has not unequivocally made it
    clear that the State of Israel is here
    to Stay and that we will not ;i!low
    it to be erased." Stevenson said.
    "The Eisenhower administration
    Rat encouraged military alliances
    and Arab rearmament in disregard
    of tensions and animosity, th, ichy
    opening the area to Communist
    penetration."
    AUGUST BROS fcy
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    t.May'8-1956__________
    jay Rally Sells
    in Bonds
    bign
    Miami'- 1956 Israel Bonds
    u moved into high gear
    C is a Sunday night Labor
    raIK 5oId $30,000 in bonds
    the year's total past the
    mark
    ian Jacob Sher called the
    , a series of Labor Zionist
    k addressed by Meyer L.
    highly encouraging. With
    Hal success of our women's
    B, 1956 looks like another
    year for the bond drive."
    id, national president of the
    lioni.-t order, was feted at
    jr meeting Saturday night
    |a Sunday night rally, at Hi-
    Lodge in Miami Beach.
    Ray Berman sang Israeli
    is a crowd of almost 400 cut
    Ihrfay rake *yrfnSolizirig fc-
    an n i versary of: iadf -
    Page IIP
    First UM Medical
    Grads Are Honored
    With a dinner and dance at the
    [Biscayne Terrace hotel on Satur-
    day night, Beta Chi chapter of Phi
    | Delta Epsilon, national medical
    fraternity, honors its graduating
    members.
    The seniors, Sidney Adler, Rich
    ard Alper, Milton Hillman, Leo
    Braverman and Sheldon Kalmutz,
    ------------------> will receive their MD degrees on
    J' ~ ftevenson sits with former Mayor Abe Aronovitz June n M mcm**vs of the first
    and precinct chairman Burnett Roth at a Stevenson rX in ig"duatinS <* of the University
    Flamingo park recently, with capacity crowds m atUdance M'ami SCh' f medicine'
    Mayor Aronovitz made his first Vublic appearance srn7e^ Tr0nhi"* "^ "
    *? aCUVe P,i,iCaI ,i,e in rder inSJ^Got
    -OBITUARIES-
    ARNOLD KRAMER
    si>. or Mi; gspanols Way, operator of
    the Hotel Sinclair adjoining his home,
    died Mm 1:1 ,,f ,, ii,..iit ailment He
    '"''"i here I" years n from New
    York. Where he was In tin- Store, fix-
    ture liualneHH. II. leaves his wife.
    Rose; a later, Mrs Sarah i..-h^is-
    feld; and a brother, Abraham Kre-
    minltaer. Services were Ma\ u la
    Memorial Chapel,
    Washington are., with burial in Ml.
    sinai Cemetery.
    HERMAN SALUK
    M, of SOI siv i;.ih avu., died May 18.
    a retired dress m;inuffi<'tiir'-i, he
    oaine here 12 yeara aan from Pbiladel-
    lihla. Btirvlvlng are his wife. Bertha;
    two sons. Oeorjaa and Abraham: two
    daughters, in> Itullni: Mrs Muse Alter-
    Miami: and eight grandchildren
    ; Service- wen- M.i\ II in Onlilon Ku-
    neial Home, with burial In Alt. \el.o
    ( '. in. tl
    16 Are Confirmed
    At Gables Center
    Wednesday thanked his supporters
    fcr defensive use,
    land Mrs Solomon Halperin
    I To persons at'a parlor
    u at then home which re-
    1 in the purchase of $15,000
    |e of Israel Bonds.
    terance Seeks
    it in Runoff
    mncrrted campaign to "get
    biggc.-t possible vote on
    P" h the campaign strategy
    > Pomerance. who faces a
    | with the incumbent in the
    rr constable. District Five.
    I meetinjt this week with his-
    and campaign manager
    Partner, plans were devised
    kail precincts from Miami
    [to Sunny Isles, urging voters
    V another few minutes to
    I your ballot."
    "mber of important races
    1 lo be decided in the May
    ting.
    f Jess Yarboroughi
    j*fYsn!on. presideflOWBt^
    'lionist Assembly of Greater Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual
    rf II* M ffis^t'' JMder J SraI G"bleS JeWish Cen" "y u-nfced hi.
    ,t of the local Histadrutiter, and Mrs. Joel Belov. instruc- in the May 8 primary
    -and presidents of every; tor. certified the confirmation of
    Pioneer Women and,16 students of the religious school
    gon organization in the area at services this week
    ated in the largest meeting i The class of 1956 was to inter-
    Id by Labor Zionists {pripret the Ten Commandments and
    "n<|- I present a cantata under the direc-
    y Glazier, city manager of tion of Robert Strassburg, com-
    md organization, praised poser, entitled "HabikurimFirst
    usts for their efforts in Fruits," during the Thursday serv-
    st five years of the cam- ice.
    it said -lf)56 is a year of Nathan Winokur. Center presi-
    bn. and all of us must re- dent, presented the confirmands
    > our dforts." with Bibles. Mrs. Al Reich, Sister-
    called Secretary of State hood president, awarded four camp
    ater Dulles' Middle East scholarships. Mrs. Belov presented
    "nothing short of appease- the diplomas certified by Louis
    and called on the Adminis- Kisncr. education director.
    to allow Israeli purchase of ------------------
    New Hospital,
    Surgical Plans
    Revealed Here
    Two hospital and surgical ex-
    pense plans have been introduced
    by Metropolitan Life Insurance
    Company, according to an an-
    nouncement this week. Both plans
    provide benefits at older ages and
    during the policyholder's active
    years.
    According to the announcement,,
    one plan stipulates that premium
    payments cease when the insured
    reaches 65, with paid-up benefits
    on a modified basis provided with-
    out further premium payment obli-1
    gation to the policyholder as long
    as he lives.
    The other hospital and surgical
    expense plan is offered to persons
    up to 75 years of age, with cover-
    age continuing and premiums pay-
    able an long as the insured lives.
    The announcement indicates that
    both plans are guaranteed renew-
    able. Once the policy is in force,
    it may not be canceled by the in-
    surance company except for non-
    payment of premiums. However,
    the announcement says, because of
    the changing trends in hospital
    costs and the company's experi-
    mentation with higher age brack-
    ets, Metropolitan reserves the
    right to adjust premium charges
    on such policies as a class.
    In charge of these plans here
    are four of Metropolitan Insurance
    Company's Miami Beach represen-
    tatives. They are Ivan Fisher, Nat
    Cans, Richard Halpert and Sylvan
    Westein. Metropolitan office is at
    3200 SW 3rd ave., Miami.
    Trophies, based on scholastic
    achievement and fraternal service,
    will be awarded to Richard Alper.
    Elton Goldfield will be designated
    "Outstanding Freshman."
    New officers for 1956-57 are
    Bruce "BtfirY 4>re^*nV Chirks
    jNaness, vice president; Arthur
    county commission from District 4,' Fle'sner II, secretary; Arthur Ra-
    Fossey Thanks
    Dade Supporters
    Balph Fossey, candidate for the
    LOUIS GERBER
    84. nf 4'il SW nth st.. wIki came tn
    .Miami l" years ago from Cleveland,
    died May 12. lit- was owner anil
    operator of I, & (1 (lias* Co. until
    h.- hrc anie III lam year. Surviving
    a1" Ma wife. Uuth. and tWO sons.
    Hllint and Menjamin. Services were
    May II in < lordou Funeral Home, with
    burial in Ml. Nebo Cemetery.
    Fossey said he was "gratified at
    the wonderful vote I received and
    want to be sure and thank the peo-
    ple for the confidence they ex-,Shap,r01
    pressed in supporting me for pub-, Epsilon graduate club, will be hon-
    lic office." iored guests.
    din, treasurer; Sidney Naness, his-
    torian.
    Dr. Theodore Struhl, alumni fac-
    ulty advisor, and Dr. Richard
    president of Phi Delta
    MRS. CLARA SIEGAL
    fin. of 217 Klm-ayne St.. a resilient here
    vrt.1, iliad Stay 12. She was a
    J member of Heth Jacob Congreeation.
    Btirvlvlng are her husband. David, anil
    a son, Andrew Kchrader. Services
    wen M.iv 14 In Mivci side-Beach Me-
    J Chapel. Washington ave.. with
    interment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
    HYMAN BERNSTEIN
    it. vi.- lor from Brooklyn, N.T., died
    Apr, 12. Newman-tiorilnn Punerai
    Home waa In churKi- Ol local arrange -
    m.-iiis.
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    LEGISLATURE GROUP
    Jan. f. Cooray, CM, Cea,MJt^eer
    SAMUEL COHEN
    85, retired painting contractor, dicl
    Hi- lived at l.Vi .l.-ff.-i son ave..
    havini; come here 12 years aen from
    Brooklyn, His wife. Badle, Iwo
    daUSbtera, Mrs I.villi (ireene anil
    Mci Boabla Waldon, a aon and two
    sisters survive, Bervlcea will be in
    Brooklyn, with RIversMe-BeAoh Me-
    morial Cliapil. Wushington ave.,' ill
    charge locally.
    SIMON KAHN
    57, owner and operator of Rafter
    Palnl and Class ('<.. died May 10. He
    came hen- 17 years ajto from Phila-
    delphia, residing al IMS HW iih st.
    I), was a member of Workmen' C -
    cle Branch 809 and the Moose. .-
    vivlna are Ms wife, Bella; two da ugh-
    tera, includlnt Mis Bather Hlefel: si-c
    brothers and two grandchildren Borv-
    Ma> ll at fjordon Pu
    Hum.- with burial in Mt. Slnal i
    ISIE SILVERMAN
    fi".. of tt FUvo All', dr., an anarlmpnt
    i. Dei ami real estate di
    died May II. He came to Miami n
    ago from Inesaaapolts and \v:i~
    a member of Temple Israel Surviv-
    ing an- liis wife. .less; two M.ns. S! i ti -
    lej and .lark; and a ulster. Mrs
    Carson Bervlcea were May 13 In
    Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel, Al-
    ton id., with entombment in Wood-
    lawn Mausoleum.
    RUBIN COHEN
    II. of Hi SW 2nd st., died May In.
    IN formerly lived In Brooklyn. He
    i> survived by hi wife. Kate; two
    -..ns. Daniel and Sandy; and three
    brothers, Max. Sidney and Samuel
    Hervlcea were May ll at Riverside-
    Beach Memorial Chapel, with huiial
    in Ml. Sinai Cemetei f.
    LOUIS PECK
    70, of 811 Jefferson ave died May HV
    A retired owner of a dry cleaninr
    business, he came here nine v
    ago from New York and la survived
    by his wife, Pe|d. a son. daughter,
    two brothers and two sisters. Serr-
    ii side-Beach Memorial Chapel. Wash-
    ington ave.. In charge locally.
    HARRY KAUFMAN
    7.', of IMS Xth St., who came here
    II wars ago from South Mend, Ind .
    died May v lie was a retired cloth-
    ing stoic owner and is survived by-
    ins wif,. Tiiii.-. a daughter, Mis.
    Lillian Mock, and tWO lilollieis. Serv-
    ices and burial were in South Bend,
    with local ai iaiiKcm.nls by Rlverotde-
    Beach Memorial Chapel, Washington
    ave.
    (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
    LOUIS WINKLER
    .i. visitor from thp Bronx. N.Y.. died
    May 8 while staying at the Majestic
    hotel. Riverside Beach Memorial
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    FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
    CASABLANCA (JTA)The emigration of Moroccan Jews to Israel
    f8 an anti-national" act. Hadj Omar ben Abdel Jellil. a leader of the
    nationalist Istiqlal Party, told a Jewish audience he re At th e same
    lime he stressed the Istiqlal pledge of full equality of rights for Moroc-
    can Jews, which the party adopted at its last congress. Addressing a
    meeting of Jew.sh Istiqlal members. Hadj Omar, a founder and execu-
    tive member of the party, said that taking Moroccan capital out of the
    country must also be regarded as an "anti-national" act. He urged the
    Moroccan Jews to stay here and "help build a better future.
    TUNIS (JTA)-The Tunisian authorities hav<> no intention of inter-
    i.ring with Tunisian Jews who want to emigrate to Israel, official
    Circles here toM the Jew.sh Telegraphic Agency. These same circles
    emphasised that Tunisia la a free country and all Tunisians are at liber-
    ty to enter or leave the country at will, unless involved in criminal
    proceedings. This statement was made in the wake of remarks by Bechir
    Ben Yahmed. secretary "i lor information, who told a press con-
    ference that the Tunisian Government hoped thai "Tunisian nation
    meaning Jews- would not "have their bodies in Tunisia and their hearls
    elsewhere."
    NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
    MOSCOW (WNSiAn article charging that the World Zionist Con-
    - || under the control of the American State Department and that
    the conclave has been transformed into I platform of warmongering
    hysteria appeared last week Ifl "Red Star." Soviet Army organ. In addi-
    tion the publication also attacked Premier David Ben Gurion. calling
    him a war monger. The Red Star marked the first instance of a Soviet
    press assault OB torneJ since recenl Moscow declarations that Soviet
    Russia was prepared to cooperate IB solving the Arab-Israel dispute.
    toother Soviet publication, Pravda, carried an admonition to Commun-
    ist Party members to cease Talmudlc disputation methods in political
    debate or evaluation.
    MUNICH (JTAiThe Bavarian Landtag has given unanimous ap-
    proval to a Sonal Democratic motion denouncing "the mounting stream
    of propaganda emanating from the extreme right as well as from the
    extreme left," and calling upon the state government "to initiate the
    necessary counter-measures both in Bavaria and in Bonn" Speaking
    lor the sponsoring Social Democrats. I.andtag deputy H. Essl emphas-
    ised that the motion was designed t<> repudiate the efforts aiming at the
    i ol Nail atrocities
    synagogues throughout Israel would be closed down and prayers would
    be held in the open air.
    TiL AVIV (JTA)The United States destroyer Surcoff arrived at
    Haifa where It received a riotous welcome, both official and unofficial.
    As the vessel steamed into the port all workers in the vicinity halted
    their labors and cheered wildly. L ,
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    PARIS (JTA) A series of conferences to seek a rapprochement
    mg Christians, Moslems and Jews has been organized here by the
    nee Orient Committee." A communique issued by the group said
    We must find I way to bring Christians, Jews and Moslems together-
    all those who say they are the descendants of Abraham." Speakers will
    include Edmond Flej| and Father Roger Rrau. whose topic will be "For
    onciliation between Christians and Jews." and Stanislaus Fuget.
    iking on The Debt Owed to the Jewish World."
    LONDON (JTAiPrime Minister Sir Anthony F.den told Commons
    thai the United Nations is the proper forum for discussing the Middle
    East arms embargo and for resolution of the Israel-Arab conflict, He
    made h;- statement in reply to a query from I.abonte W. N. Warbey who
    asked whether the Prime Minister was pursuing the suggestion made
    last week by Nikita Khrushchev. Soviet Communist Party chief, that
    there should be collective agreement 10 embargo arms to the Middle
    East
    ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
    NEW ORLEANS (JTA>A controversy 0Mt a family seating plan
    in Congregation Chevra Thilim here may be headed for the courts, it
    was disclosed this week A group of members opposed to the new seat
    mg plan has engaged an attorney to represent them in the matter
    Meanwhile, in aa effort tfl settle the matter amicably the synagogue -
    rd has modified the plan so that the new arrangement would apply
    only to the rear of the synagogue, while those who preter the old seat-
    ing arrangement may remain in iront
    NEW YORK (WNSi Chaim C.rade. II I.eiviek. Moshe Avigdor
    Shulvass and A. B Mala< hi .are the winners of the Louis I.aMcd prises
    for their Yiddish and Hebrew books which were published last year, it j
    was announced here this week. This is the Kith >ear in which the $500
    priMS have been awarded annually by the Foundation to two books in
    each of the languages
    RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) The first commercial and payments
    agreement between Israel and Brazil was concluded here this week.
    The document was signed by Brazilian Foreign Minister Macedo Soares
    and Israel Minister of Commerce Pinchas Sapir. There is no limit on
    the financial transactions under the new agreement. Mr. Sapir left for
    New York after the conclusion of the agreement.
    TORONTO (JTA) An appeal for defensive arms for Israel was
    voiced here at the closing session of the founding convention of the
    Canadian Labor Congress, composed of the merging AFL and C1Q
    groups. The delegates of the 1.000.000 member organization urged the
    Canadian Government to release arms to Israel so that she could match
    in quality, if not in quantity, the arms which Arab states are receiving
    lrom the Communist bloc.
    Ufgf WIRES mm ISRAEL
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Danny Kaye wound up a standing room only-
    tour of Israel with a performance at the garden auditorium of ZOA
    House here before several thousand spectators. An even greater num-
    ber watched the comedian go through his paces from vantage points on
    nearby roofs. Kaye. who was here on his Asian goodwill mission for
    the United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF). high-
    lighted his final appearance by "conducting" the Israel Philharmonic
    Orchestra.
    JERUSALEM (JTA)Members of the Israeli Chief Rabbinate and
    leading rabbis met to consider action to prevent "further desecration
    of the Sabbath" such as the opening of an industrial exhibit in Haifa
    last Saturday. The meeting decided that Chief Rabbis Isaac Herzog and
    Itzhak Nissim should call on President Itzhak Ben Zvi to ask his inter-
    vention with the Haifa authorities. If this fails, the rabbis agreed, all
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