The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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lewiislb-Elbriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30Number 22
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 1, 1956"
Price 20
Says W to German Vet Group's Appeal for Charity
is Nixed to Intervene
Case of 21 Soldiers Now
Doing Time at Lanbsberg Camp
kiSHINGTONThe Jewish War Veterans of the United States
rica'has refused a request from a German veterans group to a8cncles aro violating standing Presidential orders
w "influence with Congress, the American Government and Proh>b',>nS religious discrimination in connection
to find a charitable solution" to the problem of 21 soldiers "" Iment contract and civil service em-
soBm i6 ahb Dticnumawh in Govmmm coNmas
U.S. Contractors Defy President's Orders
NEW YORK (JTAV-Charges that United States
Government contractors and official government
_ detained in the U.S. Army's Landsberg Prison.
German Veterans group (Verbsnd der Heimkehrer, Kriegs-
(nen und Vermissten-Angehorigen Deutschlands E.V.) had
to the .Jewish War Vet-
intervene in the case of
former German soldiers
ground^ that "most of
have done nothing more
soldier on either side
| the heat of battle. All were
at a time when bitter
tred dominated military
and personnel."
letter to the -ceretarygen-
the German organization
[ational Commander of the
War Veterans, Reubin Ka-
| of Hartford, Conn., it
ited out that JWV finds
ble to take favorable
indicating that "these men
tisible for the death and
n of millions of inno-
humans. and that various
active on their appeals,
commuted the sentences
deatha merciful one in
with the tortures
they inflicted."
letter also pointed out that
Jewish War Veterans has
ployment were made in complaints submitted by the
been searching for 23 years for
something which could in some
way absolve the German people
of responsibility for what was
done in their name to men, wom-
en and children whose only crime
was to have been born of Jewish
parents or to have been of other
than "aryan" descent.
The letter pointed out. how-
ever, that JWV believes that "the
German people who are severely
trying to atone, deserve forgive-
ness, but those directly respon-
sible for the insanity and acts of i
bestiality beyond description
should not be set free."
The letter also pointed out that
the Jewish War Veterans along
with the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and the American Legion
have deplored the fact that the
War Crimes Clemency and Parole
Board has been "too lenient" in
its dealings with German soldiers
convicted of war crimes with par-
ticular reference to the recent
release of Sepp Dietrich.
net Delegation Issues Statement
Iron Curtain Religious Freedom
NATIONS (JTAV-The
delegation at the United
last week went out of its
disseminate a statement
that the Jewish religion
i full freedom in the USSR
W there are even "mik-
|nd a "Sukkah" in the Mos-
Mgojjue.
statement estimates that
3,000 Jews attend services
'synagogue on Jewish holi-
*t that an average of
.persons attend the syna-
leach month. It reproduces
"I text of a prayer for
included in a Siddur "pub-
<* the initiative of the
i community" and edited by
" Chief Rabbi S. If. Schlif-
Soviet," the statement
guarantees to religious
complete freedom to per-
form their tites and rites, to ob-
serve all dictates of their faith.
The Soviet Government sees to
it that they are able to exercise
-this freedom. For example, a big
state bakery supplies matzohs for
the Passover holidays. Matzohs
may be bought in 30 stores in
Moscow. The Jewish community,
which has charge of the Moscow
synagogue, decides' all its prob-
lems independently. Its affairs
are conducted by the board of the
community and auditing commis-
sion."
The statement, dated May 10
and obviously prepared in Mos-
cow, was written by L. Rogachev-
sky whose identity is not estab-
lished. It describes the Moscow
synagogue and says the syna
gogue possesses "unique editions
of old prayer books and most val-
uable manuscripts."
Dr. Arthur S. Abramson. chairman of Department of Rehabili
tation Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of
Yeshiva University, presented with President's Trophy by Vice
President Richard M. Nixon after being named "Handicapped
Man of the Year" by President's Committee on Employment of
the Physically Handicapped. Dr. Abramson. a paraplegic,
wounded in Battle of Bulge in World War II. was cited for "the
great inspiration example of rehabilitation that he represents."
American Jewish Congress to Vice President Richard
M. Nixon, chairman of the President's Committee on
Government Contracts, and to Maxwell Abbell. chair-
man of the President's Committee on Government
Employment Policy, it was revealed here at a session
of the AJC's national executive committee.
----------------------- The complaints pointed out that
as a result of Arab exclusion of
American Jews. American corpora-
tions hiring employees for work
on government contracts to be per-
formed in Arab countries refrain
from employing Jews. Vice Presi-
dent Nixon was urged by the
American Jewish Congress to in-
form all contracting agencies
"that discrimination in violation
of the non-discrimination clause in
government contracts is not per-
mitted and cannot be condoned on
the ground that it is required by
the demands of foreign powers."
In his letter to Mr. Nixon, Dr.
Israel Goldstein, president of the
AJC, declared: "When a conflict
arises in work done under U.S.
Government authority and the pol-"
icy of a foreign country that makes
invidious distinctions among Amer-
ican citizens on the basis of reli-
gion, the latter policy is accepted
by our officials." The Executive
Order governing the Government
Contracts Committee, Dr. Gold-
stein said, "empowers the group
to insure compliance with the non-
discrimination provisions of gov-
ernment contracts."
In his letter to Mr. Abbell, the
head of the American Jewish Con-
gress pointed out that the Execu-
tive Order establishing the Gov-
ernment Employment Policy Com-
mittee prohibits religious discrim-
ination by all government agencies
"in all civilian personnel matters."
umuuu wrmm actioh tm by m waysidi
UN Truce Chief Arrives for Council Talk;
Precedent Broken as Reds are Consulted
UNITED NATIONS (JTAV-Pal-
estine truce chief Maj. Gen.
E L. M. Burns arrived here Tues-
day from Jerusalem to attend the
United Nations Security Council
session which will act on the re-
port which UN Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold submitted to
members of the Council follow-
ing his return from his recent^
H*CH STUDHfTS ANALYZE BIGOTS HANDBILL
TI-JEWISH' PARTY REPORTED IN SOUTH
anayzea )..... nrnAuct of warped minds.
fA 'JTAiThe first material bearing the
a new "National Anti-Jewish Party" ap-
['* in the form of a handbill surreptitiously
ml? a ,)uHetin board t the Georgia Institute
"*>. it was reported here by Arthur J.
"eastern director of the Bnai Brith
tion League.
(i"off'te" the new organisation is a post
*. and the same persons associated with the
AntiJewish Party" of this city are in-
L the new group, according to the ADL.
odbiiis Wer immediately removed from
" board by Georgia Tech students and
eluded it was "the Product of
The handbill's ^^J^StZmm **
AntiCom-
,UnUm'-W"Scaf,Ss"ywere responsiblefor
a number of
Communism, treason.
in 1946 he was planning a party
jew a crime, punishable by death.
sabotage, world domination
to make being a
-peace mis>ion" to Israel and the '
Arab countries.
The meeting of the Security
Council was scheduled to be on
Tuesday. It was called at the re-
quest of the British delegation
which was to circulate a resolu-
tion concerning Mr. Hammar-
skjolds report. In the past, reso-
lutions on the Arab-Israel issue
were presented to the Security
Council jointly by Britain, the
United States and France.
For the first time, the Soviet
Union has been consulted by the
West concerning the situation in
the Middle East. Since the Tri-
partite Declaration issued by
Britain, the United States and
France in 1950. the Big Three
Western Powers have acted along
lines indicating exclusion of Rus-
sia from Middle Eastern affairs.
Tuesday however Sir Pion gubcommittee
T.tion on the British resolution Simon E. Sobeloff as Judge ot
concerning the Middle East which the u.S. Court of Appeals.
Sir Pierson will introduce at the pourtn District. Nomination was
Council meeting. Sir Pierson i made lag, year by President
Continue .n P.* 2 |Eienhower.


PAGE 2

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CJFWF Will Address Federation's
18th Annual Meeting Here June 13
Philip Bernstein, executive director of the Council <>! Jewish Feder
ations and Welfare Funds, will be principal speaker ;it the 18th annual
Meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation The dinner event
will be held Wednesday evening, June 13. at the Seville hot. I
According to Stanley C. Myers. Federation president, the nationally-
known communal leader has already accepted the invitation of the local
program committee to head Feder-
ation's observance of its 18th year fnr eOJlMfforatiofl at the annual
of community service in this area mootlni will be proposed amend
Bernstein has been active in Jew-
ish communal service for more
than 20 years. He was named ex-
ecutive director of the Council in
1954, culminating 11 years of serv-
ice with the organization. Before i
joining the CJFWF staff in 1943.
merits to the by-laws providing for
the following new poaMettt: (1>
office ol associate secretary; (2)
office of associate treasurer; (3)
office of chairman of the board;
(41 honorary trustees.
Dinner chairman Fred K. Shoeh-
Bernstein was assistant director of et nas hailed this year's Federation
the Cleveland Jewish Welfare! meeting as "a milestone in achieve
Federation and executive secretary ment in behalf of our Jewish cora-
of the Cleveland Jewish Commit- mUnity of Greater Miami" and com-
nity Council. For three years, he mended the program committee for
was survey director of the national selecting the "('hai" (life) theme,
committee on training for Jewish He has announced a special effort
Social Work. Also during this wjh be made to call together "the
time, he served on the faculty of
Western Reserve I'niversity's
Graduate School of Applied Social
Sciences
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds i- the national
organization which aids Federa-
tions throughout the United States
in effective budgeting, social plan-
ning, campaigning and community
organization.
Reservations chairman Mrs Wil-
liam Brenner has announced that
retorvetiona are now being accept-
ed for the traditional dinner.
According to Mrs. rannic Selif,
program chairman, and Mrs. Irwm
Weinsteln, co-chairman, Ink jrear*!
program will be dedicated to the
first group of pioneer leaders who
participated in the original organ-
ization neeting el the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federation.
These far-sighted visionaries,
.some 28 in number, met at the
home of Mr and Mrs Sam Blank
en .May 7. 1938. and laid the ground
erect for the major agency which
today numbers thousands of mem-
ber- and serves thousands of Jew-
ish families in Dade county.
; In accordance with the bylaws
Of Federation, members will re-
ceive an official ballot before the
date of the annual meeting. This
ballot will include recommenda-
tions by the nominating committee
for officers and board of gover-
nors for the coming year.
Among business matters slated
Pallot. M. B. Rank, Leo Robinson, Duntov to hr.
J. Louis Shochet. William Tara-[ lions for xbVtl'*"*'
dash, Mrs. Barney Wcinkle, Harry1____ Ula event.
NORM*
Zukernick and Mrs. Harry Zuker
nick.
Assisting Mrs. Seliifand Mrs.
Weinsteln with program arrange-1
merits are Leon Ell, Dr. J. A.'
Greenhouse. Mrs. Leon Kaplan,!
Max Meiscl and Harold Thurman.
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Continued form Page 1
showed the resolution to the prin-
cipal "interested parties'' the i
delegations of Israel. Egypt, Syr-'
ia. Jordan and Lebanon.
Prior to his departure from Is-
rael last weekend. Gen. Burns.
protested to the Jordan Govern-
ment for opening fire on an Is-
raeli police patrol in the Mount
Scopus area. The shots wounded
one Israeli policeman. In a Jor-
danian communique kasued some
hours after the incident, it was
claimed that fire was opened
Mru-tiy in self-defense. Investi-
gation of the circumstances sur-
rounding the cla.sh brought to
light the fact that since the pa-
trol was "fully in the open on the
forward slope of the mount, it is
unlikely that any aggression was
intended." Had such been their
intention, they would immediate-
ly have been in "great danger."
This most recent action by
forces of the Jordan Government
was viewed as a direct contraven-
tion of the assurances given Sec-
retary-General Dag Hammar-
skjold with regards to the strict
observance of a cease-fire. Ac-
cording to the cease-fire agree-
ment, the only valid grounds for
opening fire are self-defense. But
inasmuch as the Israel patrol was
more than 800 meters from the
nearest Jordan position and with-
in the demilitarized zone, it is in-
conceivable that the conditions of
self-defense could apply, Gen.
Burns' protest noted.
founding fathers" of Federation
still residing in this community.
Names of the pioneer group
which met at the home of Sam
Blank in 1938. as taken from the
original book of Federation min-
utes, include: R R. Adler, Day J.
Apte, Abe Aronovitz, Jack August,
Sam Blank, Benjamin Bronston,
Leo Eisenstein, Leonard Epstein.
Isaac Levin. Mrs. Isaac Levin, Ben-
jamin LeVine. Mrs. Benjamin Le-
Vine. J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph M.
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kp view ol th 0w South Dade
I Center, which will Incorporate 15,000
Dade Breaks
for 15.000
100,000 Center
Israel spiritual .leader
eph Narot was guest
day al groundbreaking
for the new South
ih Center
the Center, on whieh
ttion is -cheduled to begin
jj >,even and one-half acre
t\ Kendall dr. and Red rd.
I Miami.
iffljgogue. recreation hall,
] offices, committee rooms,
.kitchen. 12 classrooms and
' for several hundred cars
incorporated in the Cen-
titial 15.000 square feet of
[range plans will allow for
expansion as the Center
Item.
gMtti of honor at the
ceremonies were Rabbi
iftoa. Coral Cables Jewish
iqnrituil leader, and Circuit
i Robert Floyd.
Dide Jewish Center was
i-ete year ago and recent-
need its affiliation with
of American Hebrew
as.
will he erected at an
i of sloo.ou() and was de-
E. Abraben, designer
liiami Beach architectural
baapb & Vladeck.
S,ee' d erected
a cost of
Final Program of Year
Nursery and pre kindergarten
children presented a song and
dance festival for their closing pro-
Gables Group i
Elects Heckerling
Philip Heckerling, Miami attor-'
ney, has been elected president of
the Coral Gables Jewish Center
.Brotherhood.
The 200 member organization
recently completed an active pro-
pram of sponsoring its musical
symphony group, father and chikl
fishing trip, lectures in psycho- \
somatic medicine and formation of
a chess club.
Officers elected to serve with
Heckerling are Dr. Doran Zinner.
first vice president; Tilden Coren-
blum, second vice president; Wal-
ttT Goldstein, third vice president:
Ralph G. Novak, corresponding sec-
retary.
Alan Yagoda. recording secreta-
ry; Paul Safer, financial secretary;
and Edward Feldstein, treasurer.
Rabbi Stern Will
Address Rabbinic
Council Confab
Rabbinical Council of America,
which includes a membership of
over 700 rabbis, is holding its
20th anniversary convention start-
ing Monday, June 4. in Washing-
ton, DC, the first time the District
of Columbia was chosen for this
event.
Some of the major issues to be
discussed at the convention will be
removal of the religious Iron Cur-
tain from Russia and her satellites,
religous education in the public
school system, and segregation.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, member
of the executive board and the
Halacha Commission of the Rab-
binical Council, has been invited
for the third consecutive time to
address the convention in a mes-
sage concerning Jewish law.
The Beth Jacob spiritual leader
has selected as his topic "Segrega-
tion and Integration According to
Biblical and Talmudic Law." He
will deliver the address on Tues-
day. Dr. Bernard Bergman- is chair-
man of the convention.
HABBI TIBOK STERN
Rabbi Caplan to Attend
Conferences in North
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual I
leader of Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion, left for New York this week
to attend important conferences
with Dr. Samuel Belkin. president i
of Yeshiva University.
Rabbi Caplan will also attend the
convention of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, in Washington.
DC. beginning June 4.
Rabbi Caplan is a past officer of
this national rabbinical body.
Member Party Scheduled
Study group of Naomi Hadassah
met last week at 511 Almeria ave..
Coral Gables, to hear an address by
Beth David spiritual leader Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg. Naomi's annual
"member-bring-a-member" party is
scheduled for June 7 at the home
of Mrs. Sonya Horwich. 731 San
Juan dr. Mrs. Marilyn Blumberg
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One Year M.OO Two Year*
Sivan 22, 5716
Volume 30 Number 22
Friday, June 1. 1956
Zebras Without Stripes
A quick trip to the zoo will refresh any-
one's memory, and confirm the fact that a
zebra has stripes.
No one *oj|d he surprised by thisor
by the horse's "mane or the sheep's wool
cr the bird's wings and so on ad infinilum.
We all are cognizant of the biological
Jact that individual species have indi-
vidual characteristics; it is these that dis-
tinguish each from one another.
The stunned reaction of our State De-
partment to Col. Nasser's recognition of
Red China indicates that Mr. Dulles needs
a quick trip to the zoo for a refresher
course.
Or was Mr. Dulles just playing the role
cf a self-styled deity, hoping to cultivate a
new zebra without stripes?
President Sukarno's Visit
Indonesia's President Sukarno is now visiting
the United States.
'.'ewspapermen last week reported Sukarno's
tecrful eyes as he took the official ride down
Pennsylvania ave. in Washington that is tradi-
tionally accorded foreign chiefs of state.
According to the newspapermen, the Indone-
sian President could not rationalize the rousing
welcome he was receiving with the reports in
his country on the American color line.
President Sukarno is a member of the brown
racea race constituting a major part of the
population of the East. Among others, these are
the uncommitted peoples of the world -the frew
freedom-laving men recently out of their age-
tess servility.
Whether many of us know it or not. our eotim
try is presently engaged in a vast conflict to
c;!ract the Indonesians and other Eastern na-
tions into the Western camp. Our opponents
in this conflict are the Russians.
Each of our actionson university campuses
in Alabama, in Mississippi courtrooms and in
countless other areas of inter-racial relations** i
is minutely examined by these uncommixud
peoples whom we seek to befriend.
Undemocratic dealings against their counter-
ports here is taken as a rejection of them and
their free aspirations everywhere. If we seek
their alliance in the struggle against Com
munism, we must be willing to share with them
the letter and the word of American liberty. l
President Sukarno's tears were undoubtedly
the result of relief mingled with apprehension.
While he was surely gratified over the warmth
of the welcome accorded him. he could not help
wondering about the future status of his broth-
ers in this nationand about the task before
him to convince Indonesia that democracy in
America is what his eyes would see, not what
the Russians would say it is.
English-Jewish Publishers
The American Assn. of English-Jewish News-
papers opened its 14th annual convention in
New York City this week.
Jewish Floridian publisher Fred K. Shochet.
who two years ago was elected president of
the Assn.. received additional honors and
recognition by being named this year a mem-
ber of its important executive committee.
The Assn. continues as a symbol of the es-
sential work done by a devoted group of news-
papermen in Jewish communities across the
nation.
Theirs is the task of gathering information
significant to Jews everywhere, of editorializing
upon it and of bringing to the attention of other
news media and our government events often
lost in the vast plethora of total human occur-
rence.
In carrying out these duties, published ol
Enqlish Jewish newspapers perform an invalu-
able service to our country, which respects al!
opinion as the voice of Americawhether it
stems from the majority or the minority.
Above all, theirs is a free press dedicated
to keeping the Jewish communities they serve
informed, aware and united in their actions as
Americans and Jews.
Our Educated Youngsters
This is the time of confirmations, graduations
and closing exercises in the religious schools
of-Greater Miami.
For many of our youth, it is a time to move up
one step hidjher in their exciting road along the
trail of Jewish education.
For still others, it is the time of graduation
a time of summation, of deliberating upon the
past and anticipating the future.
For all of them, it is a time of reckoning.
Whatever the individual status of these
youngsters, they have been and will continue
to be exposed to those forces which act upon
them as Jews in the American community."
The purpose of their education has been to
instil in them an understanding of the ancient
tradition into which they were born, to learn to
reckon with their special position as Jews and
to act in such a manner as to bring continuing
respect to themselves and to the concepts of
Judaisms about which they have learned.
Theirs wiHvjiot be the easy task to grow into
a wprld which still grapples with hatred and
bigotry. But the role of the Jew has never been
a* isasy onttK Perhaps they can take solace in
"the jpet that_ Their generation has emerged into
the Sunlight of a Jewish people reborna peo-
ple retuined'irom exile. Generations preceding
their own could expect no such gratification.
Whatever 3he future, they are forearmed
with a knoMedge of the past and inculcated
with anticir4BOn of an exciting present. This,
their JewishSSducation has done for themhas
given them Jfa invaluable aid to face and deal
with the waad in which they live as Jews and
Americans, fe,
They Change Their Minds
What would have been a shameful blot on
the record of the U.S. Senate was fortunately
avoided last week, thus bringing to a close a
silent but stern controversy that raged for some
time.
Prior to the adjournment of the last session of
Congress, President Eisenhower nominated
Simon E. Sobeloff as Judge of the Court of Ap-
peals for the Fourth District.
Several Southern senators blocked the Presi-
dent's nomination. But a Senate Judiciary sub-
committee has now approved Mr. Eisenhower'
recommendation.
Sobeloff. who is presently Solicitor General
of ihe United States, found himself unaccepta-
ble to the southern gentlemen because of his
role in the Supreme Court desegregation ruling.
Had the Senate again blocked the President's
nomination, it would have "meant our legis-
lators' submission to a type of reasoning that
is repugnant to the basic principles of Ameri-
canism.
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IN A late Januiry issue of the British publication ,
Nation." the editors offer their lead article on t*si"
sumptuous and lamented interview with Life Mao Dulle'
State Secretary made his now famous "brink of war'"',iin whi* 1
Distance is an excellent thing for all criticsbe observioi,j
in politics. One of the most astute students of British i".** ]
the Frenchman Henri Taine. Contrarily, the British hav ^
advantage over us in viewpoint when it comes t,> a!! *tre"
ment. A"ieneaji
. As an example. "Statesman and Nation" offers to r.^
some very remarkable insights into Washington Dob
which we. who are close on the scene and embroiled \n*
would probably not otherwise see. The crux of this ouh
marks on Dulles foreign policy is a simple one.
It is that his policy has not changed with the cha.d
The conclusion ol World War II unhappily led to an im2S
sion of the glebe rW<> eastern and Western camps with
f^cUve leader The

i
fJHJpor, was our Wfwer to the w
seizure upon expansion programs in the face of a sui
desige for total disarmament and peace.
The Korean conflict was the first major tost not
Nations power as. the idealists would have it. but of Wersn^
in the principle that Soviet influence must be contained no
how bitter the pill might be of returning to warfare only five"*!
after the unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan The ra
"brink of war" statement in the matter of llatsu and Quemo\
merely further extensions of the testwith this difference than
were made unilaterally.
a
NO TRIBUTE TO COMMUNIST POLICY
IT IS clear that the East has recognized the futility of conuBuiaJ
expansionist policies on a military basis and has come to m\
the road upon which It embarked since 1945 can only lead to no
upheaval.
The initial expression of this recognition was at the Aorii"aj
Geneva conference, .during which the Russians first shewed their
look." The unfortunate thing is that the Eisenhower Adminijtr,
took tho-*pul|ltr rOitif^s opportunity of rewarding ttielPrf^tdt
of informing the world that the "success" of the conference wasi
cipally due toil Undiplomatic cunning.
We knew almost Immediately that Geneva was a. failii-rth|J
Soviet"Was etHSagefVln a $100,000,000 munitions deal with E^rw]
very-memest-Me. Eisenhower showed his diplomatic ninntngrn*
Dulles patted himself on the back for the brilliance of his fa
I policy.
On September 28. 1955. the news was outEgypt's "Mr"
as he was hcQfJfsjsai ihombly to call himself, announced the
sion of the ante deaf. Before a Senate investigating committal
February this year. Mr. Dulles had publicly to admit that the Us
States was thorough** outwitted by Russia in the Near East and I
his brain-child. SEATO. was a total failure.
Unds^Jly|isdicoua nose of Dalles foreign poliof. the
t'nion succeeded in penetrating the Near Eastsomething that '
: hundred years of prior Czarist effort had not been able to acco
: TrrH wa*'rev a trtblitfe to Communist ability than tg&ndiaBJftjl
visionless and incompetent Dulles rule.
ECONOMIC MOWVrHON VS. MILITARISM dX"
: IT IS here that Britain's "Statesman and Nation" becomes raeuij
TuT. Wfrtle MrwuIIes continuedand continues to^thfr V*OT|
on, the. road, of-,overseas-military alliances, of cooperSlmg oiHV
those nations abroad ready to do our military bidding, the,
I'nlon rherrtged ist*flBe*tn to operate on a broad econMUKfronl
This, and nothing more, has been the essence of the Soviet
loot." ancritls'tnts^cninge in pace to which. "Statesman jjINati
observes. Mr. rjuj^g has been, unable to adapt himself.
fn less than one year, Moscow has offered economic and technij
aid 4oeJadia. Afghanistan and the Arab powers while ffriHHi
f. Puppeteered the President into sending movie
Eric Johnston on countless and fruitless peace missia
to the Near East
2. Turned his shy face away from the Egypt-Czech tfRlj
with the distortion that we were gaining m the cold w*
- 3.. Answered- in kind by sending arms to Saudi Ah*.
through two secret deals that were almost immediate^
-uncovered:"
4. Cautioned Congress to tread softly in the ma0dJ anfT-fcemitlsm with respect to American Jewih
serving at I'.S. bases in Saudi Arabia. a weU av
respect to the boycott against American firms empton
Jewish personnel in key positions. .
All along this wide front of militarily-motivated poficy aM]
peasement. as a result of which Dulles foreign policy has brought r
i nation into increasing military embarrassment, the SoueUfnion
ceded with its economic programs offered to the non-corrfllttw I
pies of the globe.
a i
THE ANTIDOTE AND EATING CROW
THUS MR. Dulles continues to shake his nuclear fist as an m
1 free manin the words of Adlai Stevenson to P'' "
roulette with our destiny"while Moscow shows the IMg^
of the world a workers palm, calloused by honest labor, out
in friendship. .. ,
Mr. Nasser's recognition of Red China last week is the finJ
to American prestige abroad and a thorough repudiation oi i
policy. Mr. Nasser's announcement that he wll shortly fl> <
symbolizes Arab rejection of the West in sharpest P0-"J"S1
In this regardTwe have been placed in the untenable po
seeing an "ally" bolt the Western campthe camp PJJ0I"5 ^gm
dom. democracy and respect for the individual's dignity nu *-j
self-determination. .. c-,^
Whether Mr. Dulles will finally take to the road ol n
.Near East poMry Is-dWtrult to say at this time. Certainr*^ ,
intend to do so when he told the President that a solutiarrw
.East contrweiK- msflt come from the United Nations-*"e
he told the Pasi4eM to announce American withdrawal ^
TripsmtaV Declaration. That was as dishonest an ex*r
appeasement as can be found anywhere. nu||M
But the President's announcement, engineered by Mr. ^
;Paris during the first week of May last, did not reckon .i
increasing egotistic recognition of Red Chinaan egou
TJulles policy is principally responsible.
;
ISRAEL A TOURISTS' PARADISE
It is perhaps'too late rectify Dulles' bungling in th*^ ^
for the Arab golem which the State Secretary has let iw
Continued en Pay* *


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I Algiers hotel. Others named to office were Mrs. Benjamin
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Coral Way Jewish Center Organizes, Installs Officers
\ ne ipiritaEl center installed laid. l""n ^me,'!m' ta gESi
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THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4
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policy to swerve toward Israel as at least a partial answer to Russian
penetration of the Near East. Whether his anti Semitically inclined
State Department can swallow crow and accomplish the task is another
problem.
Meanwhile, the President continues to play golf and is princi-
pally engaged these days in studying the handicaps of other Western
Hemisphere presidents whom, it is announced by Jim Hagerty. he may
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__. Greets Publishers' Mee1
ami 4JTA) President to "contribute to good citizenship
- u mpse to the and progress in the countrv "
message to the and progress in the country.
Jacques Back, publisher of the
B convention of the
rtn of English-Jewish
whKh concluded here
r'uudrd the efforts of
lo keep American r
Hratel> informed"
; confidence '
He ex-
that the Eng-
w.-uld continue
purity Month"
Jaimed Here
nth of ,u'u> nas been pr?~
-Israel Security Month" in
:Vl,ml. according to Jacob
t the local Israel
in.
lmunity-wide mo-
iirman
[organiziition.
Ljd a com...
L f0r a vast sales and col-
[tampaign already is under-
l6n's division, headed by
ana Brenner Meyers, has
-m| several functions for the
[which will he climaxed by
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| June 26.
_jtic program. "You Are
EkUghtinK Mrs. Sakrais'
Mrs. Weiss is Hostess
American Assn. for United Na-
ions meeting, to study Interna-
tional Labor Organization, was held
1 iursday at the home of Mrs. Anna
We.s*. 6020 Indian Creek dr
Speaker was Edward Klein.
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Mrs. Temple Will
Head Beth El PTA
Observer of Nashville. Tenn..
and president of the Assn.. an-
nounced in his report a program
of awards for presentation at the
1957 convention. The prizes will
be awarded for: 1) The best orig-
inal editorial published in member,
Enelish-Jewish weeklies during! .frth El Hebrew Academy PTA
1S6: 2) The best non syndicated :..'.h!d ins,alla'on of officers at
news story published during 1956; a. chai box suPerette Sundav eve-
3) The best original feature story oil"1 Dra Auust auditorium.
published during 1956. KahD1 T. Swirsky will be install-
Abraham Slabot. publisher of \ '1"!"' .. .
The Jewish Ledger of New Or- ,11 l P"s,s aM Mrs-
leans, was elected by unanimous i'"ard^H pres.idn: Mrs.
vote president of the Assn. Slab,,. fv "!dr""",an- vice president;
succeeds Back. \;??$$Gflhat' v,ce Presldent; Re...
... ... om '"enman. vice president Mrs
Philip Slomov.tz publisher of Theresa Goodman. rSrSTg Ve5
The Jewish News of Detroit. Mich, i tary; Mrs. Manuel Moskowftz cor
and Fred K Shochet. publisher o; responding secretary and Mrs'
"The Jewish Floridian. were elect-' David Issenberg. treasurer
ed ex-officio members of the execu-1 Evening's entertainment will be
tive committee. Shochet was Assn. headed bv Milton Ross Mrs Rov
president two years ago. Berman will present a program of
-----------------! Israeli songs.
nounced a testimonial brunch to Chairmen of arrangements are
Mayshie Friedberg. outstanding La- Mrs- Louis L. Fine, Mrs. Joseph
bor Zionist and bond salesman. '
The meeting will be held at Wald-
man's Crown hotel June 17, with
Rabbi Rosenberg
Picked Chairman
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiri-
tual leader of Beth David, has
been named rabbinical chairman
of the 1956 High Holy Day Appeals
for State of Israel Bonds. An-
nouncement of his appointment
and acceptance was made by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Rabbi Kronish said the Assn. has
unanimously endorsed the sale of
Israel Bonds in Greater Miami con-
gregations. "The sale of bonds is
the closest tie between Israel and
Judaism during the High Holy
Days," the endorsement said.
Last year more than $100,000
in Israel Bonds were sold at local
synagogues and temples. "Under
Rabbi Rosenberg's leadership, we
hop* to considerably better that
figure," Rabbi Kronish said.
Rabbis Rosenberg said commit-
tees will be organized shortly to
implement the maximum sale of
Israel Bonds in every congrega-
tion.

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since 1951 sponsoring the meeting.
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kp tour, is now being writ-
[)lrs. Trixie Levin.
as (Leei Goldman, chair-
[the Greater Miami Hadas-
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years, has accepted the
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final M*9tM 9 Smsoh
Director of the soci,, ^
Coral chapter of the American \ Wnment of Jac^,, ..
Medical Center will meet for the Hoipital will be principal '
final time this seaaon Wednesday' Mrs. Jack Gordon i<
speik
morning at the Colony restaurant. I the chapter
President
National Council of Jewish Women volun-
#ets who assisted with senior citizens pro-
gram at Jewish Home for the Aged this year
are top row (left to right) Mrs. W. Rafkin,
Tlrs. A. L. Spector. Mrs. B. Mayer. Mrs. A.
Fomerantz. Mrs. H. B. Harelick. Mrs. M.
May. Mrs. R. Berg. Mrs. I. Morganstern. Mrs.
H. Contorer. Mrs. C. Rhyon. Mrs. D. New-
man. Bottom (left to right) are Mrs. P. Zim-
merman, Mrs. J. Spirer, Mrs. N. Tatar, co-
chairman. Mrs. L. Alpert. chairman. Mrs. B.
Hodes. co-chairman. Mrs. W. Padwe. Mrs. L.
Koch.
Mrs. Eraanuel Kcnger (right', national representative of Miz-
racbi Women's Organization of America, presents charter to
rewly organized Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women here. Ac-
cepting charter is Mrs. Irene Miller, president. Chapter pro-
ject will be Children's Village in Raanana. Israel.
Mrs. Yunes Wilt Take Office Sunday
Hation Samuel Kulok. Harry
MeehlovritZ, Milton Miller. Henry
Munis, Harry N'eedelman, Karl
I'ertnoy. Louis Pollack. Jerry Res
nick. Arthur Roas, Simon Rubin.
David Samalaoo, Seynoui iehnelil
er. Si.mi.\ s. hw.rt/. Albert Shapi
u. Sam Shapiro. Harry Sioel. Her-
bert Silver, Leon Sirkin. Theodore
Struhl, Sidney Teller. Harold In-
ger. bate Weinkle, Milton Wein-
man, Jerome Weitzman, Stanley
Worth.
Honorary past presidents are
Mesdames Benjamin Greene, Harry
Greer and Theodore Hankoff.
with
year
Her
Mrs Ralph K. Yune-, has been
r- lected president of the Parent-
Teacher Association Of Temple
Eananu-El and will take office at
; joint installation dinner dance of
Temple Kmanu-Kl Sisterhood,
i !ili and ITA in the Fun
rhle.ui Sunday.
tfficen to he Installed
\ im [or the ensi
Mesdames Joel Newman.
i Cohen. Herbert Yoang, Henry
Hillman. vice presidents; treasurer.
"Irs. Abe Kaufman: financial secre-
Mra. Edgar QMenberz; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Jacob
Gtestman; social secretary. Mrs.
Leon Manheimer.
Members of the board of direc
are Mesdames Joseph Ab.'.ow.'
Itfing Appelbaum, Theodor Ar-
vaa, Dave Baiter. Martin Borkin.
Hterry Brick, James Cohen. Irving
( vpen. Murray Deblinejer, Ray-
nd Femer, Milton Feller. Nor-
rwn Giller, Alexander Gordon.
Jr* inq Gordon, Simon Gould, Ar-
nold Grier. Jesse O. Halpem. Jack
Herman, Lawrence Hoffman. Mi-
(*ael Horwitz. Joseph Jacobson.
.sherman Kaplan, Ben Hatzea.
Jerry Kaye. Max Kern, Paul
KJempner, Sylvan Kout.
Women's Section
fo Shop Clearance
Miami Section. National Coucil
of Jewish Woman, will begin its
.rnual Thrift Shop clearanee side j|
far the week beginning June 4.
The Thrift Shop, located at 517
N*. Miami ave., has been a Council
project for several years and is run
solely to support various services
Ibis organization sponsors in the
community.
Chairwoman is Mrs. Marvin
Ifjfe
DPhiE Mothers Club
Plans Fall Program
Mrs. Jess Freed, president of the
newly organized Mothers club of
the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Kappa chapter. Wednesday an-
nounced a full schedule for the fall
season.
Members are mothers of coeds
from Miami at the University of
Florida and plan a combined
mother-and-father card party and
social. Before the girls return to
school there wijl be a mother-
daughter luncheon for pledges and
members.
Vice president of the clubs is
Mrs. Morris B. Miller. Treasurer is
Mis (id Siegel; recording secreta-
ry Mrs Ben Hurwitz; and corre-
sponding secretary. Mrs. Sam Mak-
stein.
This year's graduates af the
University of Florida. Delta Phi |
Epsilon. are Anne Jackson, of Mia-j
mi. and Bernice Rodinsky, of New
York.
Nancy Freed, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Freed, has been
elected to the Alpha Lambda Delta,
national honor society for fresh-!
man women.
Sorority awards for the 1955-
1956 term went to the following
girls: Joan Sachs, best sister award;
Linda Mehler. best pledge award;
Nancy Freed, best scholarship
award for pledges; and Susan Kor-
shak. highest scholarship award of
the sisters.
Gee Hurwitz, one of the sisters,
was elected "Sweetheart of Alpha
Epsilon Phi."
While organized to support
Kappa chapter at Gainesville, the
club is affiliated and cooperates
with Delta Phi Epsilon chapter at
the University of Miami.
Picnic Slated Sunday
Workmen's Circle Women's club
699 will hold a picnic at Matheson
Hammpck Sunday.
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HuiBl.ll
ANDREW MANK
rabies Center
ite of Mitzvah
hn'rew Donald, son of Mr. and
Sidney Mank, 4014 NW 4th
will become H.ir Mitzvah dur-
Saturday moraine services,
2. ol I oral Cables Jewish
Bier
liibhi Morn- Skp will officiate.
landr Ir\mu Robinson ren-
ting the muMcal portions of the
lAtdrcw is a seventh grade stu-
i at Kinloch Park Junior High
I in honor member of the Stu-
at Council. He has attended
Gables Jewish Center religi-
i school for two years.
it-oftown cuests at the ctre-
will be Mr. and Mrs. I. H.
t grandparents from Forest
NY; Mi>s Dorothy SulUer,
rYork City: Miss Estclle Tiche-
White Plains. N.Y.: and Mr.
Mrs. Jack Ader and family,
gdale. NY.
Out^f-Towners Will Fete Melvyn
Mr Sam ST^kT*!* M' 3"d dent at Citrus Gro Junior High
- wdThtnT R w5 NW 2,St 3nd has bcen attendin Beth Dav*d
" Sa rd 'tZVah dUr- telig,OUS sch01 or lhe Past three
mornms services, years. He is a member of Sheriff
Beth David Congrega-
mg
tionC 2' f Del" U3V,d Cong"ga-|Tom Kelly's drum and bugle corps.
Habbi Yaakov Rosenberg will' Mr0UVf '"? g""ts will include
""iciate. with Cantor William I in "^L Haptman, Melvyn's grand-
son rendering the mL^ai .? P" mo{hcr~ and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
ol the li.u mUS'Cal Prl,ons, Morris and sons, Irwin and Carlton.
the liturgy.
M' and Mrs. Schoychid will be
t an Oneg Shabbat Friday
evening and at Kiddush Saturday
in honor of their son.
Melvin is a seventh
| all of Fall River, Mass
A reception honoring Melvyn
will be held Sunday evening at the
Schoychid home.
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junior high school division. Follow-
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dens of Torah Temple.
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Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- i
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morning at the North Shore
fewish Center. Rabbi Mayer,
Abramowitz will conduct the
services. Stuart is a student at
the religious school of the Cen-
ter and attend Nautilus Junior
High. I
Stewart Marcus Bar Mitzvah
Stewart Ira. son of. Mr. and Mr.-.
Irving MaifW, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple KmanuEl
Saturday, June 2. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Stewart is
a seventh grade student at Nauti-
lus Junior High and attends Tem-
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k*is*fk*J \A J
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 C.rlyl. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL 1101
Orthodox. R.bbi Isaac Ever. SW 12th .v.. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
i 7 p in gal uula> B:M ai
tfermon 'TilareBlIni T*".?
Their n:n People." Has* In Etnlca
r ihr i .uii. i v .; |i in

ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
FMdAj l:S0 p m
s.i in.,n "Traltora ..i"i l"ti-i
i imiiiIi-n "
NORTH DAOE CENTER. 13430
W. Dixio hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
BETH DAVID. 2425 SW 3rd ave. Honry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Nau.
,, i;i -. p in Student* to i "M.iii.n
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen
berg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 420
FrMmyl.Wp.nf. Barmon Oraduatea aervlce and deliver^ addrj
1 .-,k to th.- Future Baturdaj I < ">
Bar Mluvah: Melvyn, *"" "i Mr
and Mis. Bam Hohoychld, i __.. ,. -_-
75th t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th avo. Oi*j Abramowiti. Captor Edward Klein,
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swim
Iky Cantor Louis G.rt.nh.us. SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chat* avo. Liberal. Rabbi Loon
Kroniah. Canter Samuel Kelemer.
Kii,ii\ 1:45 p.m. Saturda) 8 ;'' i '"
Kermon: "To Bin isrstael Deatta)
Junior eat uteaa I" '

BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th
ave.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Lowia Rott-
man.
Friday l:J* p.oi. Baturdaj v '" "'
Sermon: "Uniform .>f Judaism" <*u
in "Ethics of Ili- l-"-.ithr" i-30 P.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd at. Conservative. Cantor
Ben Grossbero.
a e
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
BETH JACOB, 301411 Washing-'Weshinoton ave. Conservative.
ton eve. Orthodox. R.bbi Tiber *** |"0 Lonrman. Center Phil-
Stern. Canter Maurice Memches. I P Brummer.
Ardmore
Murray, son of Judge and Mrs.
Harry A. Greenberg. 9721 East
Broadview dr., Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, June 2, at Temple Beth
Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will of-
ficiate. Murray's father is chair-
man of the religious school
board of the Temple.
Friday 6:10
Sermon:
6:no p.m Baturdaj ;o a.m. I prtdav ( p.rr
"Weekly Portion?' nual BacoaJa
m. Salurony Sam. An-
iiirate nrrvsre. Sermon!
BETH RAPHAEL. 13S NW 3rd
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
Friday 6:ii> n.n Batardaj I It a in.
S.i in.hi 'Tourlsls or Rspkl
cias ia "KUrta of the Fatbera" 6
p.m,

BETH TFILAH. *35 Euclid eve.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Reckev-
sky.
Frldav 1:45 p.m Saturday :S0 a.m.
Sermon: 'The HIM* .mil Dew....... I
Sermon .'. 1.'. p.in : "AoUOB all.I III
JU-sull."

CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
Palermo eve. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Skep. Center Irving Robinson.
Friday li QSXtSt: Mra Anna I'.-n-'
ner Meyers, mrmber of Dade County
Board at 1'iihiif Instruction Sirmon
"TTie Importance of Adult Krtn.atlon "
Hl.-f.-inr: Mrs Sain IChrllch and Mrs.
Ointiardt rVminn. Satma.>\ till
a.m. Mr Mitsvah: Andrew, mm of
.Mr. an.l Mrs BMSej Mank.
a
PLAGLRR GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lee
CANDIEUGHTING r.'ME
Sivan 22 6:51 p.m.
NURSE
CAN ACCEPT 2 IADIIS SNARING RIAU
TIFUl NOME. Specie**
03.0301.
"Reaohlnif I'pward." Bar Mltsviih:
Stuart Ira. s.-n of Mr and Mm. Irvine
Marcua. Th,- Nash
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 10th
>t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Naret.
Center Jacob Bernstein.
Friday SI.", p.m. QtXMj spiritual lead-
er: Rabbi Mlnnard Klein. a.
rabbi of Temple lieth EL Detroit.
Ml, h

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Bex 071, North Msami. Re-
form.
PYMay 1:45 p.m.
Sermon: "Weekly
i in.
Saturday :S0 a.m.
Portion." Mliwha
HEBREW ACADEMY, tit 4th
it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Gross.
k Ida) I II p m Saturday s a.m
Kermoa: "Week!) portion."
I i'. |> in
Ml ik ha
HIALEAH-M4AMI SPRINGS. 051
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky.
F i.. | || ii in Sermon: "The fnn.
llnulnx String ot Faith" Saturday
! a m.

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
Ith St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertz officiates.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con
aervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3100 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ten Malavsky. Canter Samuel
Salkew.
Friday 1:30 p.m. Saturday :S0 a.m.
Sermon: "History Repeats Itself."

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan. Canter Abraham Self.
Friday B:l*. p.m. Saturday :I a.m.
Shapiro, former president of Greater
Miami Rabbinical An and member
of Third Army Adviaorv Committee.
Sermon: "Thla Chancing Jewish Com-
munity."

LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1001 S. Andrews eve., Pt. Louder
dale. Reform. Rebbi Marius Ran-
MONTICELLO PARK. 144th st.
end Nl 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
Friday R:15 p.m. Memorial for de-
parted veterans. Ouests: JWV Poet
6*1 Chaplain Ralph laampert and State
IVpartment Commander Robert J.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
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TIPERETH ISRAEL. 4500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Her ton. Center Albert
Giants.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Quardlns
the Family Tree." Saturday a.m.
Sermon: "Striving; Toward Unity."
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Ceseel.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Z amor a eve. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
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ZJl&itlkrMtor
PAGE 13
IN THE
r
^M^VFIlf RDM AN _
Rumor Security Council May Check on Patriarch Abraham
MM Mill
Will the UN Security Council
wH,,h,e Pa,narch aK.
ham' A State Department official
"as charged Abraham
gression.
with
ag-
WRCES N THE MIDDLE EAST. Edited by Sydney N.ttl.ton WM^^iilS^X:^^
* N.w York: Corn.,, Uni.....ty pJl EZ asXnt^dirS^f "g^
Foreign Service Institute.
274 pp.
By HILARY MINDLIN
For
many years Wright's objectivity
toward Israel has been question-
ed. Early this month Wright
turned to the Bible in his search
for anti Zionist arguments.
Speaking in the State Depart
menfs own building to a group
States of Arab oil and Arab
friendship. He intimates that
U.S. support of Israel may have
undermined American security
interests in the Near East.
In a recent address at Georg
Washington University, Wright!
said that oil being pumped by
Israel in the Negev might be com of the State Department as an of-
u GENERALLY supposed that the more one knows about some-
tot easier it is to solve all problems connected with it. The
fast which, in one way or another, has been confounding the
forfmwt ot recorded history, c^ntiom^Jta, ^abjt_^ .vimitting
rfgday, Thn4rt#t! information gathered about .the area, the
the trouble, ^pot" seem increasinglyifatatibUkome and its
rnsuntly enlarge* ** concerned people eontinue to labor ,f the Ani,'rican Association of
tope of linding all the parts of the puzzle and thus being able l'nivers|t>' Women. Wright said
j into something resembling seaenity is inescapable and com- ,he Arabs feel 1948 was only the
For Americans it is particularly important; as owners of a latest ,imc the Jcws infringed on
j of State whose muddle-headed policies have prostituted ,h*"' territory. He hinted that
,'Dame and reputation all over the Middle East, we are required Arabs would "reconquer" the
Rtoed m order to argue and disown. 'and now occupied by Israel. He
.is a non political book. Prof. Fisher, Associate Professor of referred to Biblical precedents
it Ohio State University, has edited fourteen papers presented
wtpn conference on "The Near East: Social Dynamics and the
[Settmy." held in 1952. plus a final "refoeussing" chapter on
tie topic Each paper discusses a groupsuch as the nomad, the
Tirmer. (he intellectual, the immigrant and the refugee, to name
.-irtich has its own problems af adjustment, many of them,
it whole tapestry unrolls, in great and difficult conflict.
e,pi*i* induced by mass poverty comes in for sober study hi the
paper, on Cultural Factors. What of the receptivity* to com-
Jthereforc" E. A. Spelser writes that '^>n this score. Egypt
[gem to be most amenable in the long run to a totalitariifn solu-
I the Fertile Crescent scarcely at'ill" But in rela-
"tbis, another writer observes that, "Putting humanitarian
h.ikd the benefit of good will brutally **tdefr the-mrnnent.
sible to envisage large-scale public health programs as detri-
tf the common good. Such programs can give rise to an
ittion problem with which the society may be'urmWe to cope."
rwholly beneficial programs such as water drainage to eontrol
I or education to bring up literacy may upset the already tenuous
>of society and replace one problem with another, equally bad.
"Tie Arabs choose to use the Palestine Arab raefugee prob-
l|Mljgcat knife, it has achieved a prominence for bevond its
[ratio No more pointed examples of Arab inconsistent! 'can be
Itthcir insistence on resettlement in the fcjee of their denial
''To tht- Arab government, the 'fact' of Israel niust yet l>o
Tiev allege it to be a totally artificial cnminmrlty TtFpT attvg
ftgen tent since birth. They will not. admit it axuts." ...
illy, it must also be reported thai, with the partial'exception
the refugees have not been wanted ia the codjfctteft into
have lied. Egypt evacuated the few thousand refugees who
jturning them back into the tiny Gaza strip and maintaining
"^TTy of the 200,000 there slip bdek. Lehanen places
on the refugees who have fled into her territories,
rgest usable area of arable land upon which, hundred*
nito could Jiegm life anew, will accept no more,. Jordan alone
Imjdu: i! the opportunities given by the presence of so many
^t(j,strenathen and expand her national life.** '* -
grfed problems remain. But jvell-qualifiedrthiJn -nea have
eir resources to produce a remarkabry-tioR-panitArt book
n8Faa,"if .hawing blood, coolly, carefully and constructively
tftppfj'l pity Dulles doesn't do a little reading, rfi .*
purporting to illustrate aggres-
sions by Jews. Abraham, he
alleged, came from the "outside"'
into Palestine, attacked the local
people, and drove them out of
their own country.
Wrights blend of half-truths
and propagandists distortions
are presented in a pseudo-
academic context. Employing a
guise of scholarly objectivity, he
is a clever and forceful speaker.
He plants the germ of an idea
that the Arabs were wronged by
the Jews. His next step Is to stress
the importance to the United
ing from deposits running unde
nearby Egyptian territory. H
suggested such oil rightfully be-
longed to the Arabs.
Wright has been in difficulty
with his superiors a number of3
times for publicly voicing hi* prl
vate views on Israel. But, the!
State Department has not' indi
cated displeasure with his ideas;
as such. Officials feel that he is
undiplomatic in voicing thoughts
that do not coincide with official
expressions of impartiality.
Anti-Israel remarks by Wright!
have brought many embarrassing
protests to the Department. The
Department usually claim* he was
"not speaking officially." Wright
alleges that he is "misquoted."
In November. 1050, Wright told
an audience at the U.S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis that Is-
raelis murdered Arabs. He made
similar remarks before the Army
War College in Washington in
1951. He responded eagerly to
invitations to the University of
Indiana, the University of Mary-
land, the YWCA of the District
of Columbia, and other places
where thousands got the "unoffi-
cial" facts on Israel.
Finally, on February 28, 1952,
Wright stood on the platform of
the State Department auditorium.
This time he had the official as-
signment of his superiors to brief
a group of American editors who
were preparing to leave for a visit
to Israel and elsewhere. This time
he spoke inside the very building

ficial representative of the U.S.
Government.
According to the United Press,
"he said that the U.S. had to give
financial aid to Israel when the
United Jewish Appeal, fell .short
in it^: quest for ri/nds rflit.'n^ con-
tended, as IStikas Anftri^n aid
is forthcoming,' Israel''does not
feel the need to compromise with
its Arab neighbors."
Subsequently, an inflammatory
attack on American Jewry, writ-
ten by Iraqi diplomat Abdullah
Ibrihim Baks was read by Wright
to a Washington conference of
business executives. The speech
questioned the loyalty of Ameri-
can Jewry and alleged that Jews
were unreliable citizens through-
out the world.
When Wright concluded, one
of the conferees arose and ques-
tioned the propriety of the State
Department and American busi-
ness corporations providing a
platform for a foreign attack on
a section of the American public
The conference was on "develop-
ments in the Middle East." No
Israel or Zionist representative
was invited although a number of
Arabs and pro-Arabs were listed
on the program.
DAViD SCHWARTZ
Danny Kaye Visits on Heels of Dag

DANNY KAfC
IV-V i
kids' idol
SMOLAR

i
i*
of Dulles Address to B'nai B'rith Was Unfounded
I nth numbers who opposed the idea of
rctary of State-John Foster Dulles to
Hae dinner of the triennial convention of
anization m Washington realize now that
Imposition was not exactly justified. It is true
r Dulles' speech did not add much to what
****d Previously about Israel, but he did add
"hing net)
wo very important assertions which
amitely not pass unnoticed by the Arab
He made it unmistakably clear that the
'States. Britain and France are determined
un Israel's independence. This means
X1* Ara,K ln no uncertain terms that they
|ft used to the idea that Israel has come to
I iht they must give up their illusion about
! the Israelis into the ocean."
1 J* revealed that although no arms are be-
|W. to Israel by the United Sstates. the
Government realizes the danger of a
WTT G. M7FT
wide discrepancy in armed strength between the
Arab countries and Israel And this can only mean
that the U.S. Government will keep an eye on the
balance of power between the two fighting camps,
and so will the other Western powers which are
watching how Russia supplies arms to the Arabs.
Those who criticized the B'nai B'rith leadership for
inviting Secretary Dulles to speak at the dinner
were afraid that Mr. Dulleswho is considered to
be more friendly to the Arabs than to Israel-
would make pro-Arab statements.
Such was the case two years ago when a high
State Department official made unfriendly state-
ments about Israel in an address to a Jewish con-
ference in Washington. However, their fears
turned out to be baseless. The 'something new"
which Mr. Dulles added in his address is the last
word regarding the feelings of the U.S. Govern-
ment and of the government of 14 other NATO
members on Israel.
Dag and Danny Kaye, both
representing the United Nations,
have been visiting Israel. Danny
Kaye is on a world tour for
UNICEF. the UN child welfare
organization.
The Israelis were interested in
Dag's visit, but the kids gave
Danny the bigger hand.
Danny spoke to the kids in
three languages. "Shalom, Yelo-
dim." he said first in Hebrew,
then he switched to English and
finally wound up in Yiddish. In
English, he asked the kids greet-
ing him at the airport, "Are all
of you Sabras?"
Sabra means cactus and the
cactus is a very self-reliant sort
of plant and native Israelis seem
to be like that too. Some Ameri-
can Jews are puzzled by the Sa-
bras. They think them a little too
audacious and even arrogant.
But maybe they are just a
healthier type than other Jews.
They have never encountered
anti-Semitism and so have noth-
ing of the Jewish apologetics.
They feel inferior to no one.
Many of them were born in kib-
IIIU WOLFE -
butzim, so they take naturally to
agriculture and they are not
scared of anybody. They are freer
of neuroses than most other
Jews.
It is the Sabra spirit which is
responsible for the fact that little
Israel with less than t\fc> fcHlion
stands unafraid before foHy mil-
lion hostile neighbors. Hurrah
for the Sabras!
Israel has had many other vis-
itors in the past few weeks be-
sides Dag and Danny. Israel, in
fact, says one paper, has been
"sizzling" with American steaks1.
Never before, says this paper,
were so many steaks fatten :n ***i
Israeli restaurants. Reasonthe
American delegates to the Zionist
Congress. Steaks are almost pro-
hibitive for the Israelis. The sit-
uation of the American delegates,
too, must have improved.
I remember attending many
Zionist conventions in Atlantic
City. They used to eat delicates-
sen at Kornblau's and wheat
cakes at Child's restaurant on
the boardwalk. I saw few steaks
being eaten.
Hank Now Has 11 Percent of Cleveland
doomed to Stardom, but He Hasn't Forgotten His Past
Chandler zoomed to stardom in 1949
^tra>al of an Israeli underground leader
"jn the Desert," it was his agent, diminu-
Itk '"' who got hlm the *"important
WP to that time. Jeff had been a com-
aeenl.. the unassuming Mr Mishkin. even after
Sng a long-term contract with Universal-Inter-
"^wceTTa press luncheon at the Hollywood
* i)rhy, Jeff announced his plans to make
Vn. doing acme radio and television .. *-Qj independent P'^/^Hm r P^u "
* | g film bits to his credit. I^^S^S"JSLi to do
* success. Jeff Chandler has main- tlohs. in addition to tno.e ^ ^
^f*.interest, nu~, ~~n.lv with C. *!or Urtrersal-International. Meyer
interests, most recently with C.
"s^lrt&aating in the Torah Fund Lunclw
Jjtmnal Women's League of the United
"America. And what is rarer ht
"" has remained faithful to hi*
Mishkin, who
.rite'rawit years discovered top comedy talent
'"^u Wvin Kaplan and Kathleen Freeman
Ir"m .oca, Little Theatre, w... remain Chandlers
partner in the new venture.
Hank Greenberg. general man-
ager of the Cleveland Indians,
now has an 11 percent financial
interest in the Cleveland club.
This makes Hank the fourth
largest shareholder in the Cleve-
land team, and if this depart-
ment's memory is correct, it
makes Hank the first prominent
Jewish athlete to achieve such a
status in the major leagues.
While there have been Jewish
baseball players of stature peri-
odically throughout the history
of the game, they have not previ-
ously wprked into positions of
ownership. As a matter of fact,
the front office has always been
a place extremely hard to come
by for tlje Jewish athlete.
Greenberg, one of the most
successful ballplayers in the his-
tory of the sport, today looms as
one of the leading baseball mana-
gerial figures in the country. As
a result, he is frequently put in
the position of having to negoti-
ate with players and answer their
demands for better playing con-
ditions. On occasion, this column
has been critical of his toughness
in dealing with player demands,
and has suggested that he might
do well to remember the days
when he was a star in uniform.
Hank himself was victim of the
front office when he played for
Detroit. After years of giving his
all, he was suddenly shipped out
of the league, and he didn't even
find out about it until the news
had broken publicly ...

Did Cleveland fans cheer an in-
jury to Al Rosen as he lay wrack-,
ed with pain during a recent
game, or were they cheering his
efforts to get up? How will this
latest injury' affect Rosen's ca-
reer?


PAGE 14
HY MOKKIS
Joint Installation
Due at Emanu-EI
Newly elected officer^ and direc-
tors of the Sisterhood. Mm'i cluh
and FTA of Trnnle Kmaru Kl wili
Detailed at a joint dinner dMMfl
Sunday evening in the Fontami-
bleau hotel
Rabm Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will m-
Stall Mr-. Sherman K.iplan presi
dint \r.ii. president of the Men's club'
and Mrs. Raphael K. YV&es, pre-i
dent of the PTA.
>irs Kaplan will lUOTued Mr-
Irving Cypen, Jules Charming will
(occeed Alien doldherg. whi'e Mrs
Yunea DM been reelected for an-
. ther year Irving Cypcn. chairman
ot the evening, will greet an ex-
pected capacity crowd.
The program will include an
inal musical satire written and
directed by Trixie Levin, especially
lor the occasion. Musical director
v. ill be Harry Rogers. Members of
the casf are Mrs Maurue F.delman.
Mr- Paul Jacobs. Mrs Murry Kor
"t/ty, l)r Herman Mechlovsit/
Mi-. Charles Rosenblatt. Michael
Salmon, Harold Shapiro. Mrs Al-
bert Shapiro and Richard Stone.
Heading committees are fcfrj
M..x Hoderman. general arrange-
ments; Allen Gdldaacg, Men l club,
Mr- Jaoph Glasaman and Mi
ii Manheimer. PTA.
Morris Will Take
Center Presidency
Israelite Center will have joint
Installation oi officem ol the cen-
ter. Dora Stem Sisterhood and |
Bikur Cbolim group at a Meeting
Tuesday evening. Rabbi Morton
Malax sky will be nislallinu oftuei
(niter Offleen are president. Hv ;
Morris, first \ ice president. Albert i
Weinberg leeond vice president.
Max Paitieas; third vice president
Harold Abern; financial secretary,
Jacob ScMff; recording Men
Winnie Sirfcus; corresponding see
retarv. Pearl Knenigshorg' >*
i- it arms. Sam Peain and Na-
than S h e n k i n ; parliamentarian.
Irving Sperling: auditors, Sylvia
Bart. Hen Sirkus and Isidore Vish-
koff.
Board of directors are D
Gutlenmarhar Sal KtH.mgsberg.
Loon Kutun Henry Lazarus. M A
Meyerhoff. Dr. Philip Saweis.m
and Mrs Minnie Peal.
Dora Stem ofOeers are president.
Hose Kutun; first vise president.
Pearl KoenlgariMns; second rite
president. A,nn Baron: third vice
president. Bather Cohen; fourth
vice president. Frances Bitterman.
recording secretary. Miriam Kris
cher: tinancial secretary. Winnie
Sirkus
Corresponding secretary, Cel
Vishkoft. treasurer, Estelle Ijua-
rus. sergeant sat-arm. Pearl Rose
and Minnie I.efkowitz; chaplain.
Mrs ( elia Malavsky. Delegates to
| the Center board are Shirley Dick-
son and Franess Bitterman.
Bikur C holim officers are presi-
dent. Morin Kronenberg: vice pres-
ident. Elsie F.isner, treasurer.
Fannie Gorman; financial and re
Labor Zionists Will
End Season Here
Meeting of the Labor Zionist
Assembly of Greater Miami will be
held Wednesday evening at the
Histadrut office. 600 Lincoln rd.
according to an announcement
here hv Dr. A. J. Ishlon. president.
The Assembly is a branch of the
national organization and coordi-
nates the work of all Labor Zionist
groups in this area. Included arc
the six Pioneer Women's clubs,
two Farband branches, Poale Zion
of Greater Miamj and the Israel
Histadrut Committee. Khiel LogfW
( oder, president
According to. Dr. Ishlon. this
I will 1m- the final meeting of the
<>n
cording secretary. Lydia Shenkin:
social secretary. Beth Lieberman.
(in the board are the Mesdames
j Finkelstein. I Goldberg. B. Su-
garman. B. Lubetkin. J. Schiff. R.
Zorehkey. L. Friedman. C BUDsa,
R. Becker.
Delegates to the Center board
are Lydia Shenkin and Elsie F.is-
ner Chairwoman of the sick is
Helen Stock.
(luest speaker oi the evening
will be Rabbi David Shapiro, of
Temple Sinai. Hollywood. low is
Pomerantz ii chairman of installa-
tion
I^^Muaei.
NAT gans
* n 3-4414 hi 4.^,
UH WSaVaaVt alS11
Beach High Grads
Will Be Honored
Closing Exercises At Kneseth Israel"
Jacob A Sachs, chairman of the this week that closing exercises.
:,"i"n;'1 eommitU.....I Kneseth w,l| be held Sunday morning
I r:'l religious school, announced Louis Schwartman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be guest speaker
Special awards will be presented
to Robert Baum, Samuel Brooks.
Sumner < ohen and Stanley Shall
Temple Emanu-El will hold its man, who have completed the
annual Baccalann dedi- course of studies at Kneseth Israel.
ad to the graduation class Of Awards for excellence in studies
Miami Beach Senior fflgh School and attendance will be announced
Saturday morning in the main by Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. educa-
synssjogne tional director of the school
Students participating in the----------------------------------
service will be Nanc. Stem, who I-*:.,.* aeAaJnVASam.i
will offer the prayer: Jam Frtd- J M>HIT IIISTaiMITIOn
man, who will extend greetings; C*|io#llllaa4 CbmjImaj
and.Leslie Wiesen. whu Mill lead) *"CUieg jUnuay
in rsponsive reading. Coral Gables Jewuh Center will
Irvin Katz. principal of Miami culminate it* 156 activities of the
Beach Seni r Hie.h School, v.ill slaa
extend greetings.
Beth Jacob to Graduate
Nine Sunday School Student*
Congiegation Beth Jacob religi-
ous school will hold graduation -
exereises of it* Sunday school, Reich. Sisterhood president and
Sunday, j Philip E Heckerling. Brotherhood
Undents who will graduate and i president.
season with a combined installa-
tion of officers of the Center, Sis-
terhood and Brotherhood, in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel
on Sunday.
Herbert Gelernter. installing of-
ficer, will install Nathan Winokur
as Center president; Mrs Alfred
enter the first gr^oe of Hebrew
school are Linda Bernstein, Barry
Freeman, Paula Grossman*, Er'die
Ostrgjtt, Lfcon Perlstein. Helen
I .'att, David Slialloway Fay Wat
owiU and Charles Walowit/.
Certificates f Honor will he pre-
sented to graduates. Mrs. Ann Biro.
Mrs. Paulne Chili and Mrs Lena
Minlzes sre sol the arrangements
committee.
Mrs. Sam Goodman is in charge
of arrangements.
Summoi Activities em Tarn
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. recently
installed president of the Women i
Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital,
is calling the first meeting of her
executive board for Friday morn-
ing, in the Memorial room of the
hospital.
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V
st. son of Mrs. Muriel
will celebrate his Bar
lh at Temple Emanu-El
jy, June 2. Rabbi Irving
will officiate. Theo-
i a seventh grade stu-
j at Miami Beach Junior
and attends Temple
B-D religious school.
pstration Opens
Academy
I: Ueunder S. Gross, princi-
Serinesriay announced that
itioriffnr the fall semester
2open at the Hebrew Acade-
HAcademy program now in-
a full elementary depart-
(feroagistirib of kindergarten
grade six and a junior
|fiepart in e n t comprising
Xseven thru nine.
Acaderm 's bi-lingual pro-
on-i-i- ol l>"th Hebrew and
studies beginntag in the
Hearten and continuing
(lout Sic nine grades.
<|rdi'r to conform with this
n. Rabbi Grosa stated that
beyond the third grade in
cular studies lacking previ-
fck Hebrew instruction can-
tit accepted.
flprver, students below the
de level without a Hebrew
Wind will be accepted if
before June 12. which is
thai school day of this year,"
[plained.
Jine with the educational
rW*>' of the school which
is individual attention"
personalized education," the
ent of students in each
Ns limited Therefore," Rab-
[**s stated, a first come, first
"1 Policy will guide our admis
jtommittee in accepting new
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1* utL^' reP'r now; yew
Mllgfictory. Work by
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Offering
TH! VERY I|$l"
SANITARIUM
FACaiTKA
*"ay B. Pinks
Managing
r>"tor
HEALTH RES,
Bowling Team Porticipafes
Nai 'Rilh WU one of eight B'nai
Bnth girls groups to participate
in the f.rst WPek of lhre,. week
bowling tournament at the Trail
Bowling Lanes la*t week. Members
of the team are Julie Sussman,
Sandra Alexander. Esther Ehreni
Elayne Ginsberg and Sandra Schri-
edell.
;''"V|;L,S TALDOX, P,.....,N, 1**
Building Plan Revealed
Joel Meyer. Miami architect, this
week presented his first draft of
the proposed building to be erected
by Tifereth Israel Northside Cent, r
at 00 North Miami ;ive. Construc-
tion will begin immediately upon
acceptance of the final plans.

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,,,,,, .,, NAME LAW
,.NTH K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
' Wmv,"," .-,h" ,lctl""' of
i.\M \ ... i-i.l; l-.lt ft PRINTING
'- I'- '.th Street, Miami,
.'" nam. with the
ill Court of Dade
t loiida,
PREP k RHl <"<;
I/1.I.1S "THBL SHOCHKt
PAGE 15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tliif
nii i-iii.-il. .i,.-,i |ng o,i nt:,,
uider the ri< tltloua name of
IHWAYNK LIQCOR HTORE. al
Mil- lloulevard, Miami, Kin. In-
tends to register Bald name with the
1 I'-k of the ii- ill Court of I -
.i
BENJAMIN i-'U-:m:i. (Hole owl >
5 18-23
LEGAL NOTICE
I" Ml,
E B. I.E.V
;-u-ik
i>y*. li iu
- TM.I \\, ,,. r
5 iV.i":;;'"-";:","' Mtaml .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'-TI.'E is HEREBY HIVE* ,,
Un'.Vyou
. ,1a, f ;
B. I.KATHEH.M \.\
Irrott Curt
f*Vg|l "** ,:"A'i:
:.; TM;nVl,.JP*l'"yCl.-rk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.,., NAME LAW
N"i I' I. is HEREBY OIVEN iht
ng I., engage In
m under the rictltlous name of,
U l:.\l CARPET SERVICE, al
.w; Drive, Miami, Florida
ntenda to register bbM name with the
,:;."vi"1 am.....
SOUTHERN CARPET SUPPLY
'< IRP I > tier
1 \ rlor-iiU Corporation)
1 B-ld
(BY PUBLICATION)
TO: MAROARET .1 lll.MKS
RaaManva I'nknown
V"i' ARE HEREBY
nerve a ropy of
rii|ini. d | your Answer to tlie
Complain) tor Divorce hi rein 01
riKintirr'x attorney, .mckrxy /.
KI.KIN. Hl-l S.vl.ol.1 BulldllUT, Mi-
ami .il', Florida, and fii.- the original
In the office of th<- clerk of th.
Ctlll Court on or before Julv ".
otherwise, th.- said cause will be Ukeri
aa confeaned tn v..u
DATED Tills J4th .lav ..f Maj I til
K H LEATHKRMAN
Clerll of th.- Cireuil C.iurl
!' I HNEEDKN.
CCIrcull Couri Deput)
6 1-8-13-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1W5M
EILEEN STKr'KKl:. Plaintiff,
va.
JOSEPH PETER STEH
l>.'. ii.I.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO JOSEPH PETER SrEKI ER
Can of I
Mil .V mill! hi l M
Allani ii ii; New I
TOl' Uli: HEREBY N'OTIPIKM
mplalnt f.-i l >ivon haa l.....
filed asainxt >rou and ioii an required
tn i>\ of
Ploadlnaa to the i .....plain! oi
Klaintlffx altoinc.v, SOI, A LEX AN-
ER, Iln2 c-nrroea RnlMlnr. Miami.
Florida. ;.n.l fill II......Rlnal Vn
..r Pleadln of th. Circuit i -in- ii or befdrt the
th day of July, I93, othi
Coinplalnt heretofore filed again at you
will lie t.k.-n a-. confeaaed
Mnte.i thi LMih da) of May, IKI,
at Mi.mil, l>aile County, Florida
B. H. LEA THERM AN.
/'lerk of the circuit Court
l:>- .l'i\\ rOURNOTBR,
Deputy 'l.rk
Ob ALEX AN I >BR
Attorney for Plaintiff
1102 Ponnreaa Bull.line. Miami. Fla.
t/t-S-1
OSCAR I.liiHT
RAE 1. I.ICIIT
K'i\ M;it MANNHEIMER
Attorneyi for Mr. and Mrs. i.icht
5 18-25 i, : v
IN COUNTY JUDGES1 COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
, No. 24335
RR BST ITE OP
LENA KL'RZROK, Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE I- herebj given that I have
filed ihe final reporl and petition for
1'in.il Discharge t execuUir of the
-i.i'- of l.i:\ \ KI'RZRi IK, di
and ilmi "ii the 11th ilaj ol June, 1956,
I will appl) to the H.......able County
i of 1 ., i. intj. Plorlda. for
approval ol -.nil final report and for
fin .1 dla. haiu- exi il.....f the
if l.i:\ \ KERZRi iK rl. i
This tth ilav of M.n.
ii \l:i:v Kt'RZROK,
I \. Hoi of tl of
LENA Kl'RZROK
MTER8, HEIMAN a K M'l-.W
attorney a foi Exei i r
.". 11 -1 >-_.". 1 l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the tmderalgne.l. dealrinr to engage in
liii-ln.ss under the fl.tltl.uin name of
KARI.IN S, .H 1.21 Waahlngton Ave-
nue. .Miami Beach, Florida, Intend u>
reglater aahl ii.une with the Clark of
the cin-ult Court of Dade County,
Hoi Ida.
M i|^ IMON ROSENFBLD
ETTY ROSENFELD
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBT OIVEN that
Ote uiiii.-i.-U'H-d. daalrlnc to tngag< '"
bualnear -in.1. i the fl. tltloua name of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
. ii .1. di -.i in- i-i ngage In

i l.i r. wai.I.Y. iii 7'.", s Shore Drive,
Miami Baach, Florida, Intends I
i'l name with the <'! k of the
cii.uli Court of Bade County, Florida.
BITROI'NDY RBSTACR \ NT .v-
MAit. inc.. a Florida Corpora-
tion, Sole I Iwn.t s
EV1ENE HEIMAN
nev for Applicant
830 Sej bold I'.ldg.
:. ::, 1 -8-1 r.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th- fictitious name of
RELANOO ENTERPRISES, gl IE]
Almeria Avenue, Coral Oables, intend
to register said name with th.- Clerk
..i the Clrcull Court of Hade County,
Florida.
i: \i:i. I. OOODWINl '. Int.
RICHARD R. REYNOLDS. Inl
JIM M l.AMASI'KH. JR Int.
BALLOT, SILVER & MULLOZ
Attorneys for Applicants
7111 Congress i'.ldg.
:, 25 I 1-8-15 ______.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
huslnesH under the fictitious name of
I.HNS SLACK CENTER, BBN*
Ind Ave., Miami, rTorlda; Miracle
Mil,- Coral Oablea, Florida; i H "';
j,;lh' i aleah, Rorlda; I2M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to engage i"
buslnesa under the fictitious name of
BASTCHESTER APARTMENTS at
i: Hay Hariri inivc, Bay Harbor
rta, iiitemlH to register said name
with the Clovlc of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County. Florida.
THE REX CORPORATION
a Florida c.rp.
THEODORE R NELSON
Attorney for Applicant
I Lincoln Road
6/11-18-25 8/1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 37969
In Re: ESTATE OE
GORDON s. BROWN, l.....aaed
To aii creditors and All Persoaa Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Slid
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and ie.|iiired to present any
claims and demands Which you, or
either of you. iii.iv hav.- against the
1 of GORDON S BROWN, de-
.......d late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
th.-ir offices In the Count) Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the data of the
publication hereof. Bald claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
tiresa of tin- claimant and to be sworn
l" and presented as aforesaid, or same
w ill be barred.
Date Max 7th. A.D. 1
ESTHER ': Hid iWN,
FIRST NATIONAL DANK
nF MIAMI
B> R M.l'll D RODABACQH,
...
v Exei itors "f the Laal Will
and Testament 'f
GORDON S. BROWN,
11. .
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
..-.a Ssybold Building, Miami, Florida
attorneys for Executors
E 11-18-25 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih<- undersigned, desiring to engage in
liueli.es.- .in.l. r the fictitious name i t
KOPKIND ON LINCOLN UnAH.
s:tn Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, I I
County, Fla., Intends to ragtetei
n.imp with the Clerk or the Cll
Court of Bade County, l-'iorida.
ANNA Kul'KINIi. Sole Ow lie*
KOVNER \ M.-\X.\'HBIMK
M i.>i n. > s for Applicant
Lincoln Road, Miami
. l-s
Kit
ih, F
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU6
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Diet
the undersigned, ilesiiing to engat-
lni.-in.-s~ under the fictitious nnm,
KIT h'AT INN at 3071 N. W. 17th A\.-.
intend to register aald name with t im'
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D., TW
County. Florida.
R BALKHAt'S
MICHAEL KLECINSKT
KEK8LER A OARfi
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 W Flagler gt.
-vn-is-r) 6/i
NOTICE TO Dfet-tiND or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 190478
BENJAMIN ROTHBERa
Vs.
JEAN ROTHBEftO
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JEAN in ITHBERQ
i :v.; shore Parkway
Brooklyn, New YorU
You, JEAN ROTHBERO. are hen
notified that s Bill of complaint for
Divorce has been filed against
and you are required to serve a
of your Answer or I'leadini; to the
of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Att -
ney, REN ESSEN, inn Beybold Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the o
Inal Answer or Pleading in the offi .>
of the Clerk of ihe circuit Courl
or before ih.- Mth day of June.
If you fail to lo so. juditni.-nl b)
fault Will be taken against VOU foi
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plain!
DONE AND ORDERED at Ml
Florida, this Wrd day of May, A I >.
191 8.
i: i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, I'ir.-iiit .court
I lade Count) Kim id.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) JOAN COITLNOYER.
I ii puty Clerk.
5/2.7 8/J.-8-16
BAYhlDK M'Ts Kth Street \ i-: utJrd Street North Miami Bt
Harbor i- and Ml Intend ti
iid name with the
of the Circuit Courl of D
Countv, Florida.
NETTIE I' IDLER, Sole iwner
FLOYD S. OLICK
Att.>> ii. \ for Applicant
i.tn:, Congress Illdg.
8/1-8-17-22 ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni iri.'K 18 HER IV GIVEN that
the underalgned, di lng ngage In
hiialneaa under the fictitious name ol
ISLAND TOWER APARTMENTS, el
r. iv Harbor Islands. Intends to
tor' said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dude County, Fi-
coabt Associates, inc.
A Florida Corp,
THEODORE It NEIJfON
Attorney 'or Applicant
1 Lincoln ltd
5/11-18-2.7 6/1____________
with the 'lerk of Ihe Circuit
. de Count i i Ids
EON \Li' -^"i DERM >N snd
n'llw a WAONER, Co-Partm rs
THEODORE i: NELSON
tttornes foi Appllcanta
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Tour leqal -M^lcdhk.
JPpreiaU your
~W fmd guarantw*
nrlcw al Ifjgal
4^366
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY tltVBN that
the underalgned. desiring to .-iik-age in
buslnesa und.r the fictitious name of
7th HTItEET BARB 22nd Aii-nut, Miami. Ha., ld ";
register said name with lh* < le-k "f
the Clrcull Court of Dade < ougtjf.
HERBERT J BBt'NJEH (sole owner)
KESSI.ER OAKS, Attorneys
Attorneys for" Apph
1781 West Flagler Street
8/11-18-25 t 1 -
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAMw fcsvse
htv, H..I ids,
JOSEPH R.
marhiiaj'li. stein
I L'Vl'Iwl \V" (i jolt" I "'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 190437
HELEN TOEPPERT, Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES TOEPPERT, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES TOEPPERT
171 North Fifth Street
l.lnd.nhurst. Long Inland.
New York
Yoi' ARE hereby notified that a
('..mplalnt for Divorce has l>een filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorney. ROBERT TARDIF.J01 BIs-
cavtie Building. Miami, norida. and
fill- lh.- original Answ.-r or Pleading
in the Office Of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the -..th day
of June. 1858, otherwlae the allegations
of -aid Complaint will he taken as
confessed by you.
DATED this 22nd day of May, 19a6.
E p. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Cln-ult Court
Dade i ""unt v, Florida
Bj ii \N o IL'RNOYER,
ii, puty i 'ieik
- 6/1 -<-''> ...___________
PHODCCTS, INC., :
Florida i poiation
v IRON M KANNKK. Esq.
Attorney 'or Dado Wholesale
Prodis is, Inc.
.-./II -IS--'5 6/1____________________
!PJ THE_C0UNTYnJUDOESoCJ)NUTRT
AND FOR DADE COU
FLOBlSX. ,N PROBATE. No. 35790- B
"YV\ ^iTeroff'i..........-
M NOTICE TO CREDITORS
^assess
within
the da
Said
.,.,,, he irsi publication here-
u- i". i.......
nd Testament of .
eVv OSIIEIVUFF. d.....
MILTON A. ITIIEI'MAN
^?t.rw**-. fer Mseeater
8>JM8-a>6/1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 190143
EDNA QOLDMAN, Plaintiff
II in VH OOt.DMAN, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti) H )N Ml flOLDM \N
111 E Mth Bt.
V, u York. NY.
You arc hereby notified thai Bill
of complaint for Dlvon has bei n
filed against you, and you are re-
,. a pop. of your Answei
,!,. pleading t" th.' Bill of Comnlaliit
on the efilntlfTs attorney. MEIAIN
I RICHARD, :'-'7 Lincoln Rd.. Miami
,-,,,,1,. Ela.. and file the <",''"'
Answer or Pleading In the office of
,,,.. clerk of ih.- Circuit Court on or
before the 14th day of June I85J. If
you fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be tak. n against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of I om-
''This notke -hall he published once
each w.-ck for four consecutive weeks
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Florida, this 11th day of May, A.D-
"56" E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Bade County, Floi Ida
By R. H. RICE. JR-
(I'ircnit Court Seal) D.-puiy Clerk
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%  PAGE 12 k*is*fk*J B:M ai tfermon 'TilareBlIni T*".? Their n:n People." Has* In Etnlca r ihr i .uii. i v .; |i in • • • ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way. FMdAj l:S0 p m s.i in.,n "Traltora ..i"i l"ti-i i IMIIIII-N NORTH DAOE CENTER. 13430 W. Dixio hwy. Conservative. Rabbi BETH DAVID. 2425 SW 3rd ave. Honry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Nau. ,, i;i -. p in Student* to i "M.iii.n Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen berg. Cantor William W. Lipson. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 420 FrMmyl.Wp.nf. Barmon Oraduatea aervlce and deliver^ addrj 1 .-,k to th.Future Baturdaj I %  < "> Bar Mluvah: Melvyn, *"" "i Mr and Mis. Bam Hohoychld, i __.. ,. — %  -„_• • 75th t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer BETH EL. 500 SW 17th avo. Oi*j Abramowiti. Captor Edward Klein, thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swim Iky Cantor Louis G.rt.nh.us. SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER. S. Miami Community Hall. Reform. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat* avo. Liberal. Rabbi Loon Kroniah. Canter Samuel Kelemer. Kii,ii\ 1:45 p.m. Saturda) 8 ; '' i '" Kermon: "To Bin isrstael Deatta) Junior eat uteaa I" • • • BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th ave. • • • BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Lowia Rottman. Friday l:J* p.oi. Baturdaj v %  "' Sermon: "Uniform .>f Judaism" <*u in "Ethics of Ilil-"-.ithr" i-30 P.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 NW 183rd at. Conservative. Cantor Ben Grossbero. • a e TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 BETH JACOB, 301411 Washing-'Weshinoton ave. Conservative. ton eve. Orthodox. R.bbi Tiber *•** | !" "0 Lonrman. Center PhilStern. Canter Maurice Memches. I P Brummer. Ardmore Murray, son of Judge and Mrs. Harry A. Greenberg. 9721 East Broadview dr., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, June 2, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish will officiate. Murray's father is chairman of the religious school board of the Temple. Friday 6:10 Sermon: 6:no p.m Baturdaj ; o a.m. I prtdav ( p.rr "Weekly Portion?' nual BacoaJa m. Salurony Sam. Aniiirate nrrvsre. Sermon! BETH RAPHAEL. 13S NW 3rd eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker. Friday 6:ii> n.n Batardaj I It a in. S.i in. HI •'Tourlsls or Rspkl cias ia "KUrta of the Fatbera" 6 p.m, • • • BETH TFILAH. *35 Euclid eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Reckevsky. Frldav 1:45 p.m Saturday :S0 a.m. Sermon: 'The HIM* .mil Dew I Sermon .'. 1.'. p.in : "AoUOB all. I III JU-sull." • • • CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320 Palermo eve. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skep. Center Irving Robinson. Friday li QSXtSt: Mra Anna I'.-n-' ner Meyers, mrmber of Dade County Board at 1'iihiif Instruction Sirmon "TTie Importance of Adult Krtn.atlon Hl.-f.-inr: Mrs Sain IChrllch and Mrs. Ointiardt rVminn. Satma.>\ till a.m. Mr Mitsvah: Andrew, mm of .Mr. an.l Mrs BMSej Mank. a • • PLAGLRR GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lee CANDIEUGHTING r.'ME Sivan 22 — 6:51 p.m. NURSE CAN ACCEPT 2 IADIIS SNARING RIAU TIFUl NOME. Specie** 03.0301. "Reaohlnif I'pward." Bar Mltsviih: Stuart Ira. s.-n of Mr and Mm. Irvine Marcua. Th,-t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Naret. Center Jacob B e r ns t ein. Friday SI.", p.m. QtXMj spiritual leader: Rabbi Mlnnard Klein. a. rabbi of Temple lieth EL Detroit. Ml, h • • • TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami. P. O. Bex 071, North Msami. Reform. PYMay 1:45 p.m. Sermon: "Weekly • i in. Saturday :S0 a.m. Portion." Mliwha HEBREW ACADEMY, tit • 4th it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. K Ida) I II p m Saturday s a.m Kermoa: "Week!) portion." I i'. |> in Ml IK ha HIALEAH-M4AMI SPRINGS. 051 Flamingo way. Conservative. Rabbi Boris Rackovsky. F i.. | || ii in Sermon: "The fnn. llnulnx String ot Faith" Saturday !• a m. • • • HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE Ith St., Homestead. Conservative. Morris Gertz officiates. • • • HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM 1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con aervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. • • • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st., Hollywood. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3100 SW 24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morten Malavsky. Canter Samuel Salkew. Friday 1:30 p.m. Saturday :S0 a.m. Sermon: "History Repeats Itself." • • • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Canter Abraham Self. Friday B:l*. p.m. Saturday :I a.m. ,nt (St Luce River) t j miles of ether road frontage. Past •ctteaj seowitred to buy at tfteeo par acre. se^. down—7 yaar* an Oatance. 1,700 FEET WATERFRONT en beautiful St. Lucie River (17 acree) and en mtra coastal waterway bv the c'.t^: Vd.^ ." ,n,,t Ho —• 5-2 '""•S* ideal for marina, or vacation striJnnn'nn "• eu, v "h u> •" S17ft,aoo.oo aacellent term.. M. P. NELSON, fteofftr P0. 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1.1*6 PAGE 3 kp view ol th 0w South Dade I Center, which will Incorporate 15,000 Dade Breaks for 15.000 100,000 Center Israel spiritual .leader eph Narot was guest day al groundbreaking for the new South ih Center the Center, on whieh ttion is -cheduled to begin JJ >,even and one-half acre t\ Kendall dr. and Red rd. I Miami. iffljgogue. recreation hall, ] offices, committee rooms, .kitchen. 12 classrooms and for several hundred cars incorporated in the Centitial 15.000 square feet of [range plans will allow for expansion as the Center Item. gMtti of honor at the ceremonies were Rabbi iftoa. Coral Cables Jewish iqnrituil leader, and Circuit i Robert Floyd. Dide Jewish Center was i-ete year ago and recentneed its affiliation with of American Hebrew as. will he erected at an i of sloo.ou() and was deE. Abraben, designer liiami Beach architectural baapb & Vladeck. S ,ee !" d *• erected a cost of Final Program of Year Nursery and pre kindergarten children presented a song and dance festival for their closing proGables Group i Elects Heckerling Philip Heckerling, Miami attor-' ney, has been elected president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center .Brotherhood. The 200 member organization recently completed an active propram of sponsoring its musical symphony group, father and chikl fishing trip, lectures in psycho\ somatic medicine and formation of a chess club. Officers elected to serve with Heckerling are Dr. Doran Zinner. first vice president; Tilden Corenblum, second vice president; WalttT Goldstein, third vice president: Ralph G. Novak, corresponding secretary. Alan Yagoda. recording secretary; Paul Safer, financial secretary; and Edward Feldstein, treasurer. Rabbi Stern Will Address Rabbinic Council Confab Rabbinical Council of America, which includes a membership of over 700 rabbis, is holding its 20th anniversary convention starting Monday, June 4. in Washington, DC, the first time the District of Columbia was chosen for this event. Some of the major issues to be discussed at the convention will be removal of the religious Iron Curtain from Russia and her satellites, religous education in the public school system, and segregation. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, member of the executive board and the Halacha Commission of the Rabbinical Council, has been invited for the third consecutive time to address the convention in a message concerning Jewish law. The Beth Jacob spiritual leader has selected as his topic "Segregation and Integration According to Biblical and Talmudic Law." He will deliver the address on Tuesday. Dr. Bernard Bergmanis chairman of the convention. HABBI TIBOK STERN Rabbi Caplan to Attend Conferences in North Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual I leader of Kneseth Israel Congregation, left for New York this week to attend important conferences with Dr. Samuel Belkin. president i of Yeshiva University. Rabbi Caplan will also attend the convention of the Rabbinical Council of America, in Washington. DC. beginning June 4. Rabbi Caplan is a past officer of this national rabbinical body. Member Party Scheduled Study group of Naomi Hadassah met last week at 511 Almeria ave.. Coral Gables, to hear an address by Beth David spiritual leader Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Naomi's annual "member-bring-a-member" party is scheduled for June 7 at the home of Mrs. Sonya Horwich. 731 San Juan dr. Mrs. Marilyn Blumberg is chairman of this aifa;t. Unlimited Funds for Top Grade Industrial ami Commercial Mortgage Loans R. K. COOPER, INC. 2733 Ponce 4* ln Blvd. Phone HI 4-4*11 cates of promotion were distributed by Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. chairman of the board of educa$ram of the year Wednesda> morn-jtion. 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I. J une \ i*"*tf7fc#jdte/7 J$ar ^Alitzvalt PAGE II HuiBl.ll ANDREW MANK rabies Center ite of Mitzvah hn'rew Donald, son of Mr. and Sidney Mank, 4014 NW 4th will become H.ir Mitzvah durSaturday moraine services, 2. ol I oral Cables Jewish Bier liibhi MornSkp will officiate. landr Ir\mu Robinson renting the muMcal portions of the lAtdrcw is a seventh grade stui at Kinloch Park Junior High I in honor member of the Stuat Council. He has attended Gables Jewish Center religii school for two years. it-oftown cuests at the ctrewill be Mr. and Mrs. I. H. t grandparents from Forest NY; Mi>s Dorothy SulUer, rYork City: Miss Estclle TicheWhite Plains. N.Y.: and Mr. Mrs. Jack Ader and family, gdale. NY. Out^f-Towners Will Fete Melvyn Mr Sam ST^K %  T*!* M 3 d dent at Citrus Gro !" Junior High • wdThtnT R • w 5 NW 2,St 3nd has bcen attendin Beth Dav *d Sa rd tZVah dUr telig,OUS sch0 1 £or lhe P ast three mornms services, years. He is a member of Sheriff Beth David Congregamg tion C 2 f Del U3V,d Con g"ga-|Tom Kelly's drum and bugle corps. Habbi Yaakov Rosenberg will' Mr 0U V f '„"? g""ts will include ""iciate. with Cantor William I in "^ L Haptman, Melvyn's grandson rendering the mL^ai .? P mo{hcr ~ and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ol the li.u !" mUS Cal P rl,ons Morris and sons, Irwin and Carlton. the liturgy. M' and Mrs. Schoychid will be %  t an Oneg Shabbat Friday evening and at Kiddush Saturday in honor of their son. Melvin is a seventh | all of Fall River, Mass A reception honoring Melvyn will be held Sunday evening at the Schoychid home. ANNOUNCING tha opening of another Si/lria's DESIGN FOR BEAUTY Specializing in Hair Tinta 1975 71tt ST., MIAMI BEACH Telephone UN 6-8281 alao SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON BELMAR HOTEL grade st u Bar Mitzvah at Torch Temple Mr-lvin. ,„n of Mr. and Mrs. I-eonard Ross. 1098 Venetian Way will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. June 2, at Torah Temple. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel will officiate. Melvin is a student in Oxford's junior high school division. Following Bar Mitzvah services. Kim the elementary departBelh David religious 4 NfW OPINING! A FAST NW tASY 11 HOD. LEARN TO DANCE the "Mirntle Woy" tf% fun I I Mon Sat. 11:00 A.M. 10:30 P.M. JMMOf DANCE STUDIO 10* S.E. 1t ST. 11.. or by Ph. 9-3043 Can t sprk Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN ROAD tntrance on Woshinjfon Avenue Phone JE 8-7425 1329 IISCAYNE BOULEVARD Attest from Stori Free forking in Rear F-hene 82 2091 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" Serving lhe Jewish Cemmunity Since 1926 O cl fath ier is executive director %  *u of Jewish Education. fat* Bar Mitzvah n of Mr. and Mrs. TO7 Dickens ave., om fiar Mitzvah Saturday lil 'he North Shore Jewish kbbi Mayer Abramowitz the services. Norman M at the religious school aer and attends Nautilus MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES MIAMI'S ONE AMD ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING ZXCLUSIVUY 10 TNE JEWISH CLIENTELE GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F00TST0NES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Bay for Less at Palmer's and Save I All Monuments Custom Mod* in Our Own Shops Within 3 Days I 3297 • 79 • II SOUTHWEST ltd STREET Next • Cernee f Mrs 1 Avenue 0-5922 65921 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 u 4 4 %  % % % %  %  %  | Courteous Efficient Dignified Servtce j | I!NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOMEj| formerly GORDON MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL ) j Edward T. [Newman Funeral Director MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL > > V333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI



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Tune 1. 1956_ I! jgejeA nrirfB^ S* B uel B. Pearlman (right) accepts congratulations for his elec, as president of Chicago club of Greater Miami from outping president Irving Schatzman (left). Miami Beach Councilen Harold Spaet looks on. Installation was Sunday evening I Algiers hotel. Others named to office were Mrs. Benjamin hanfald, Samuel Greenfield and Mrs. Herman Steinman, presidents; Sol Litvak, treasurer; Abe J. Tunick. financial Btary; Maurice Eisenberg, recording secretary; and M. S. a, chairman of board of governors. i Proreing with Our Many ltitrid Customers" ANOTNII LOCATION Mt YOUR CONVfNfENCE COULTON BROS. "ART" • "mum" %  "MAT" YOUR TEXACO ROYS I Corel Way t S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. Susskind Will Head Hospital Group | Carl Susskind. local baste** : man. has boen named chairman of jirie commercial committee of the Mount S.nai Hospital development fund by Dan B. Ruskin, fund chairman. Commercial committee is expected to raise $1,250,000 of the total $4,000,000 needed to build the new hospital, which will replace the present structure. "Local business firms, trade and industry will be gone over with a fine (oothcomb in order to reach the goal that has been set for the commercial committee," Susskind said. Development fund committee chairman was recently elected to the board of trustees of Mount Sinai. He is a member of the board PAGE 5 of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and on its executive and budget committees. CROWN FENCE F •l urmiM il.lin OUTSTANDING Small Ac r Tracts In Collie* C o wry Nor NapUt 2tt Acre Tracts IIS. Dwm I iVa FWWeM Do Merest 5 Acre tats 10. Down PI5. Moots lie laleresl This section is >4trWie north o* T om ie m i Troil with ocoses reod .. Your own oeves Shot you on ** right owoy Whsfe you hove uu l0 room to build, form, rotes cottte, 0*t, yet just o few miles drive to the Whit* Beoches of me Gulf of AAesnoo and soeves of me world's bast fishing ond minutes to Noples. FULL PRICE.........._... .$175 Only 5 miles from proposed rood running from Hendry County lint to the Trail and wonderful fishing at Tamers River ond Everglodes City, the gateway to the Ten Thousond Islonds Good high ground, plenty of trees — suitoble for forming, grazing, camping ond hunting. FULL PRICE $500 •••00 AM, tf* typs f >-iT *••*• %  • •"* H* 'SUNSHINE REAlfY Neples Office Frith Ave, Se, •eech Office P.O. ies 1*0* ***wey 2-42*1 1-Mtl 3-2103 SUNSHINI REALTY 1 Seat* ***** oM.*ion pU~ Mndrntyour FREE Brochur. en Ihne 2 Mcttom. In Harmony In all art, harmony brings a feeling of KttfldsSH and inspiration. A beautifully designed memorial has the same effect. When blended with sky and tree and green green gra*s it is an uplifting sight to all who see it—a lovely fitting tribute to the one whose name it bears. • • • A memorial is one of the mot important purchases you will ever make. Buy unth confidence from an established dealer where service and satisfaction are assured. MfMOtlAlS Of ENDORIN0 BtAUTY DADE MONUMENTS INC 3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami Ph. Hi 4-2018 • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN un ... WOOD ... CORCARK DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN WIHS Fmcma MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITUE iQktmctCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLESERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE T itW lei % • t *tC • r •* K itt • f MW City TMs hmmN C* Capital. SsrsfM A ftmrvw 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 3-IW2 MAMOmCC *i M.r\mAvru0 L0CATIOHS AUAPATTAK.SRANCH 1400 N.W. 3** Strw FOR YOUR TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. &f • $•• CONVENIENCE DADE FEDERAL reminds you to SAVE by the 10th EARN from the 1st DADE FEDERAL SAYINGS Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before June 10th will earn dividends from the first of June. SeWtil* S*fi*t \\ I • IVWING MOUMmi PAKWO AT AII omen • Max Offic* >"> •" ****** liancht. on Fridoyi to • A At Dads Federal your Savings ars Insured by an Agsncy of tks Federal Government OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 88 MILLION DOLLARS



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PAGE 4 + k>i*t norkfian Frida A!! t re ment. A "ieneaji As an example. "Statesman and Nation" offers to r.^ some very remarkable insights into Washington Dob !" which we. who are close on the scene and embroiled \n*£ would probably not otherwise see. The crux of this ouh marks on Dulles foreign policy is a simple one. It is that his policy has not changed with the cha„.d The conclusion ol World War II unhappily led to an im2S sion of the glebe rW<> eastern and Western camps with f^cUve leader The • i fJHJpor, was our Wfwer to the w seizure upon expansion programs in the face of a sui desige for total disarmament and peace. The Korean conflict was the first major tost not Nations power as. the idealists would have it. but of Wersn^ in the principle that Soviet influence must be contained no how bitter the pill might be of returning to warfare only five"*! after the unconditional surrender of Germany and Japan The ra "brink of war" statement in the matter of llatsu and Quemo\ merely further extensions of the test—with this difference than were made unilaterally. • • • a NO TRIBUTE TO COMMUNIST POLICY IT IS clear that the East has recognized the futility of conuBuiaJ expansionist policies on a military basis and has come to m\ the road upon which It embarked since 1945 can only lead to no upheaval. The initial expression of this recognition was at the Aorii"aj Geneva conference, .during which the Russians first shewed their look." The unfortunate thing is that the Eisenhower Adminijtr, took tho-*pul|ltr rOitif^s opportunity of rewarding ttielPrf^tdt of informing the world that the "success" of the conference wasi cipally due toil Undiplomatic cunning. We knew almost Immediately that Geneva was a. failii-rth|J Soviet"Was etHSagefVln a $100,000,000 munitions deal with E^rw] very-memest-Me. Eisenhower showed his diplomatic ninntngrn* Dulles patted himself on the back for the brilliance of his fa I policy. On September 28. 1955. the news was out—Egypt's "Mr" as he was hcQfJfsjsai ihombly to call himself, announced the sion of the ante deaf. Before a Senate investigating committal February this year. Mr. Dulles had publicly to admit that the Us States was thorough** outwitted by Russia in the Near East and I his brain-child. SEATO. was a total failure. Unds^Jly|isdicoua nose of Dalles foreign poliof. the t'nion succeeded in penetrating the Near East—something that %  : hundred years of prior Czarist effort had not been able to acco : TrrH wa*'rev a trtblitfe to Communist ability than tg&ndiaBJftjl %  visionless and incompetent Dulles rule. %  ECONOMIC MOWVrHON VS. MILITARISM dX" : IT IS here that Britain's "Statesman and Nation" becomes raeuij TuT. Wfrtle MrwuIIes continued—and continues to^thfr V *OT| on, the. road, of-,overseas-military alliances, of cooperSlmg oiHV those nations abroad ready to do our military bidding, the, I'nlon rherrtged ist*flBe*tn to operate on a broad econMUKfronl This, and nothing more, has been the essence of the Soviet loot." ancritls'tnts^cninge in pace to which. "Statesman jjINati observes. Mr. rjuj^g has been, unable to adapt himself. !" fn less than one year, Moscow has offered economic and technij aid 4oeJadia. Afghanistan and the Arab powers while ffriHHi f. Puppeteered the President into sending movie Eric Johnston on countless and fruitless peace missia to the Near East 2. Turned his shy face away from the Egypt-Czech tfRlj with the distortion that we were gaining m the cold w* 3.. Answeredin kind by sending arms to Saudi Ah*. through two secret deals that were almost immediate^ -uncovered:" 4. Cautioned Congress to tread softly in the ma0dJ < symbolizes Arab rejection of the West in sharpest P 0" !" J"S1 In this regardTwe have been placed in the untenable po seeing an "ally" bolt the Western camp—the camp PJJ 0I "5 ^gm dom. democracy and respect for the individual's dignity nu *-j self-determination. .. c-,^ Whether Mr. Dulles will finally take to the road ol n • .Near East poMry Is-dWtrult to say at this time. Certainr*^ intend to do so when he told the President that a solutiarrw .East contrweiKmsflt come from the United Nations-*"e %  he told the Pasi4eM to announce American withdrawal ^ TripsmtaV Declaration. That was as dishonest an ex*r •appeasement as can be found anywhere. nu || M But the President's announcement, engineered by Mr. ^ ;Paris during the first week of May last, did not reckon .i • increasing egotistic recognition of Red China—an egou TJulles policy is principally responsible. ; ISRAEL A TOURISTS' PARADISE It is perhaps'too late rectify Dulles' bungling in th*^ ^ for the Arab golem which the State Secretary has let iw Continued en Pay*



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PAGE 14 HY MOKKIS Joint Installation Due at Emanu-EI Newly elected officer^ and directors of the Sisterhood. MM'I cluh and FTA of Trnnle Kmaru Kl wili Detailed at a joint dinner dMMfl Sunday evening in the Fontamibleau hotel Rabm Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the congregation, will mStall Mr-. Sherman K.iplan presi dint irs Kaplan will lUOTued MrIrving Cypen, Jules Charming will (occeed Alien doldherg. whi'e Mrs Yunea DM been reelected for an. ther year Irving Cypcn. chairman ot the evening, will greet an expected capacity crowd. The program will include an inal musical satire written and directed by Trixie Levin, especially lor the occasion. Musical director v. ill be Harry Rogers. Members of the casf are Mrs Maurue F.delman. MrPaul Jacobs. Mrs Murry Kor "t/ty, l)r Herman Mechlovsit/ Mi-. Charles Rosenblatt. Michael Salmon, Harold Shapiro. Mrs Albert Shapiro and Richard Stone. Heading committees are fcfrj M..x Hoderman. general arrangements; Allen Gdldaacg, Men l club, MrJaoph Glasaman and Mi ii Manheimer. PTA. Morris Will Take Center Presidency Israelite Center will have joint Installation oi officem ol the center. Dora Stem Sisterhood and | Bikur Cbolim group at a Meeting Tuesday evening. Rabbi Morton Malax sky will be nislallinu oftuei (niter Offleen are president. Hv ; Morris, first \ ice president. Albert i Weinberg leeond vice president. Max Paitieas; third vice president Harold Abern; financial secretary, Jacob ScMff; recording Men Winnie Sirfcus; corresponding see retarv. Pearl Knenigshorg' > %  %  iit arms. Sam Peain and Nathan S h e n k i n ; parliamentarian. Irving Sperling: auditors, Sylvia Bart. Hen Sirkus and Isidore Vishkoff. Board of directors are D Gutlenmarhar Sal KtH.mgsberg. Loon Kutun Henry Lazarus. M A Meyerhoff. Dr. Philip Saweis.m and Mrs Minnie Peal. Dora Stem ofOeers are president. Hose Kutun; first vise president. Pearl KoenlgariMns; second rite president. A,nn Baron: third vice president. Bather Cohen; fourth vice president. Frances Bitterman. recording secretary. Miriam Kris cher: tinancial secretary. Winnie Sirkus Corresponding secretary, Cel Vishkoft. treasurer, Estelle Ijuarus. sergeant sat-arm. Pearl Rose and Minnie I.efkowitz; chaplain. Mrs ( elia Malavsky. Delegates to | the Center board are Shirley Dickson and Franess Bitterman. Bikur C holim officers are president. Morin Kronenberg: vice president. Elsie F.isner, treasurer. Fannie Gorman; financial and re Labor Zionists Will End Season Here Meeting of the Labor Zionist Assembly of Greater Miami will be held Wednesday evening at the Histadrut office. 600 Lincoln rd. according to an announcement here hv Dr. A. J. Ishlon. president. The Assembly is a branch of the national organization and coordinates the work of all Labor Zionist groups in this area. Included arc the six Pioneer Women's clubs, two Farband branches, Poale Zion of Greater Miamj and the Israel Histadrut Committee. Khiel LogfW ( oder, president According to. Dr. Ishlon. this I will 1Mthe final meeting of the <>n cording secretary. Lydia Shenkin: social secretary. Beth Lieberman. (in the board are the Mesdames j Finkelstein. I Goldberg. B. Sugarman. B. Lubetkin. J. Schiff. R. Zorehkey. L. Friedman. C BUDsa, R. Becker. Delegates to the Center board are Lydia Shenkin and Elsie F.isner Chairwoman of the sick is Helen Stock. (luest speaker oi the evening will be Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai. Hollywood. low is Pomerantz ii chairman of installation I^^Muaei. NAT GANS *• n 3-4414 HI 4.^, UH WSaVaaVt alS 11 Beach High Grads Will Be Honored Closing Exercises At Kneseth Israel" Jacob A Sachs, chairman of the this week that closing exercises. : ," i n; 1 eommitU I Kneseth w ,l| be held Sunday morning I r:„'l religious school, announced Louis Schwartman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker Special awards will be presented to R obe r t Baum, Samuel Brooks. Sumner < ohen and Stanley Shall Temple Emanu-El will hold its man, who have completed the annual Baccalann dedicourse of studies at Kneseth Israel. ad to the graduation class Of Awards for excellence in studies Miami Beach Senior fflgh School and attendance will be announced Saturday morning in the main by Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. educasy ns sj o gne tional director of the school Students participating in the service will be Nanc. Stem, who I-*:.,.* %  %  aeAaJnVASam.i will offer the prayer: Jam FrtdJ M>HIT IIISTaiMITIOn man, who will extend greetings; C*|io#llllaa4 CBMJIMAJ and.Leslie Wiesen. whu Mill lead) *"CUieg jUnuay in rsponsive reading. Coral Gables Jewuh Center will Irvin Katz. principal of Miami culminate it* 156 activities of the Beach Seni r Hie.h School, v.ill slaa extend greetings. Beth Jacob to Graduate Nine Sunday School Student* Congiegation Beth Jacob religious school will hold graduation exereises of it* Sunday school, Reich. Sisterhood president and Sunday, j Philip E Heckerling. Brotherhood Undents who will graduate and i president. season with a combined installation of officers of the Center, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel on Sunday. Herbert Gelernter. installing officer, will install Nathan Winokur as Center president; Mrs Alfred enter the first gr^oe of Hebrew school are Linda Bernstein, Barry Freeman, Paula Grossman*, Er'die Ostrgjtt, Lfcon Perlstein. Helen I .'att, David Slialloway Fay Wat owiU and Charles Walowit/. Certificates f Honor will he presented to graduates. Mrs. Ann Biro. Mrs. Paulne Chili and Mrs Lena Minlzes sre sol the arrangements committee. Mrs. Sam Goodman is in charge of arrangements. Summoi Activities em Tarn Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. recently installed president of the Women i Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital, is calling the first meeting of her executive board for Friday morning, in the Memorial room of the hospital. ,OK 1 < TIRE L T S. ROY. 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Friday. 1,^ final M *9t M§ §9 SMSOH Director of the soci,, ^ Coral chapter of the American \ Wnment of Jac^,, .. Medical Center will meet for the Hoipital will be principal final time this seaaon Wednesday' Mrs. Jack Gordon i< speik morning at the Colony restaurant. I the chapter President National Council of Jewish Women volun#ets who assisted with senior citizens program at Jewish Home for the Aged this year are top row (left to right) Mrs. W. Rafkin, Tlrs. A. L. Spector. Mrs. B. Mayer. Mrs. A. Fomerantz. Mrs. H. B. Harelick. Mrs. M. May. Mrs. R. Berg. Mrs. I. Morganstern. Mrs. H. Contorer. Mrs. C. Rhyon. Mrs. D. Newman. Bottom (left to right) are Mrs. P. Zimmerman, Mrs. J. Spirer, Mrs. N. Tatar, cochairman. Mrs. L. Alpert. chairman. Mrs. B. Hodes. co-chairman. Mrs. W. Padwe. Mrs. L. Koch. Mrs. Eraanuel Kcnger (right', national representative of Mizracbi Women's Organization of America, presents charter to rewly organized Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women here. Accepting charter is Mrs. Irene Miller, president. Chapter project will be Children's Village in Raanana. Israel. Mrs. Yunes Wilt Take Office Sunday Hation Samuel Kulok. Harry MeehlovritZ, Milton Miller. Henry Munis, Harry N'eedelman, Karl I'ertnoy. Louis Pollack. Jerry Res nick. Arthur Roas, Simon Rubin. David Samalaoo, Seynoui iehnelil er. Si.mi.\ s. hw.rt/. Albert Shapi u. Sam Shapiro. Harry Sioel. Herbert Silver, Leon Sirkin. Theodore Struhl, Sidney Teller. Harold Inger. bate Weinkle, Milton Weinman, Jerome Weitzman, Stanley Worth. Honorary past presidents are Mesdames Benjamin Greene, Harry Greer and Theodore Hankoff. with year Her Mrs Ralph K. Yune-, has been rlected president of the ParentTeacher Association Of Temple Eananu-El and will take office at ;• joint installation dinner dance of Temple Kmanu-Kl Sisterhood, i !ili and ITA in the Fun rhle.ui Sunday. tfficen to he Installed \ im [or the ensi Mesdames Joel Newman. i Cohen. Herbert Yoang, Henry Hillman. vice presidents; treasurer. "Irs. Abe Kaufman: financial secreMra. Edgar QMenberz; recording secretary, Mrs. Jacob Gtestman; social secretary. Mrs. Leon Manheimer. Members of the board of direc are Mesdames Joseph Ab.'.ow.' Itfing Appelbaum, Theodor Arvaa, Dave Baiter. Martin Borkin. Hterry Brick, James Cohen. Irving ( vpen. Murray Deblinejer, Raynd Femer, Milton Feller. Norrwn Giller, Alexander Gordon. Jr* inq Gordon, Simon Gould, Arnold Grier. Jesse O. Halpem. Jack Herman, Lawrence Hoffman. Mi(*ael Horwitz. Joseph Jacobson. %  sherman Kaplan, Ben Hatzea. Jerry Kaye. Max Kern, Paul KJempner, Sylvan Kout. Women's Section fo Shop Clearance Miami Section. National Coucil of Jewish Woman, will begin its .•rnual Thrift Shop clearanee side j| far the week beginning June 4. The Thrift Shop, located at 517 N*. Miami ave., has been a Council project for several years and is run solely to support various services Ibis organization sponsors in the community. Chairwoman is Mrs. Marvin Ifjfe DPhiE Mothers Club Plans Fall Program Mrs. Jess Freed, president of the newly organized Mothers club of the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Kappa chapter. Wednesday announced a full schedule for the fall season. Members are mothers of coeds from Miami at the University of Florida and plan a combined mother-and-father card party and social. Before the girls return to school there wijl be a motherdaughter luncheon for pledges and members. Vice president of the clubs is Mrs. Morris B. Miller. Treasurer is Mis (id Siegel; recording secretary Mrs Ben Hurwitz; and corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sam Makstein. This year's graduates af the University of Florida. Delta Phi | Epsilon. are Anne Jackson, of Mia-j mi. and Bernice Rodinsky, of New York. Nancy Freed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Freed, has been elected to the Alpha Lambda Delta, national honor society for fresh-! man women. Sorority awards for the 19551956 term went to the following girls: Joan Sachs, best sister award; Linda Mehler. best pledge award; Nancy Freed, best scholarship award for pledges; and Susan Korshak. highest scholarship award of the sisters. Gee Hurwitz, one of the sisters, was elected "Sweetheart of Alpha Epsilon Phi." While organized to support Kappa chapter at Gainesville, the club is affiliated and cooperates with Delta Phi Epsilon chapter at the University of Miami. Picnic Slated Sunday Workmen's Circle Women's club 699 will hold a picnic at Matheson Hammpck Sunday. Jilt. 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1.195,# V st. son of Mrs. Muriel will celebrate his Bar lh at Temple Emanu-El jy, June 2. Rabbi Irving will officiate. Theoi a seventh grade stuj at Miami Beach Junior and attends Temple B-D religious school. pstration Opens Academy I: Ueunder S. Gross, princiSerinesriay announced that %  itioriffnr the fall semester 2open at the Hebrew AcadeHAcademy program now ina full elementary depart(feroagistirib of kindergarten grade six and a junior |fiepart in e n t comprising Xseven thru nine. Acaderm 's bi-lingual proon-i-iol l>"th Hebrew and studies beginntag in the Hearten and continuing (lout Sic nine grades. <|rdi'r to conform with this n. Rabbi Grosa stated that beyond the third grade in cular studies lacking previfck Hebrew instruction cantit accepted. flprver, students below the de level without a Hebrew Wind will be accepted if before June 12. which is thai school day of this year," [plained. Jine with the educational rW*>' of the school which is individual attention" personalized education," the ent of students in each Ns limited Therefore," Rab[** s stated, a first come, first "1 Policy will guide our admis jtommittee in accepting new |ttM0N ROOFING AND W METAL WORKS 1UV-2MAVE. Ph. HI 6 5860 1* utL^' re P' r now; yew Mllgfictory. Work by L aspcritnctq Man" Offering TH! VERY I|$l" %  SANITARIUM FACaiTKA *"ay B. Pinks Managing r>"—tor HEALTH RES, Bowling Team Porticipafes •Nai 'Rilh WU one of eight B'nai Bnth girls groups to participate in the f.rst WPe k of lh re,. wee k bowling tournament at the Trail Bowling Lanes la*t week. Members of the team are Julie Sussman, Sandra Alexander. Esther Ehreni Elayne Ginsberg and Sandra Schriedell. ;''" V| ; L,S TALDOX, P, N 1 ** Building Plan Revealed Joel Meyer. Miami architect, this week presented his first draft of the proposed building to be erected by Tifereth Israel Northside Cent, r at ••00 North Miami ;ive. Construction will begin immediately upon acceptance of the final plans. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,,,,,, .,, NAME LAW ,. N TH K IS HEREBY GIVEN that WMV,"," .,h ,lctl ""' %  • of i.\M \ ... i-i.l ; %  l-.lt ft PRINTING 'I''.th Street, Miami, .'••" nam. with the ill Court of Dade t loiida, PREP K RHl •< %  "< % % %  ; %  I/1.I.1S "THBL SHOCHKt PAGE 15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tliif nii i-iii.-il. .i,.-,i |ng o,i nt:,, uider the ri< tltloua name of IHWAYNK LIQCOR HTORE. al Millloulevard, Miami, Kin. Intends to register Bald name with the 1 I'-k of the iiill Court of I .i BENJAMIN I-'U-:M:I. (Hole owl > 5 18-23 LEGAL NOTICE I" Ml, E B. I.E.V ;-u-ik i>y*. li iu ••' TM.I \\, ,,. r 5 iV.i":;;'"-";:","' Mtaml *• %  %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'-TI.'E is HEREBY HIVE* ,„„, Un'.Vyou ,1a, „f ; B. I.KATHEH.M \.\ Irrott Curt f*Vg|l "*•*• ,: "A'i: :.; T M ; nVl .JP*l'"yCl.-rk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .,., NAME LAW N"i I' I. is HEREBY OIVEN iht %  ng I., engage In M under the rictltlous name of, U l:.\l CARPET SERVICE, al w ; Drive, Miami, Florida %  ntenda to register BBM name with the ,:;." vi 1 am SOUTHERN CARPET SUPPLY •'< IRP I > tier 1 \ rlor-iiU Corporation) 1 B-ld (BY PUBLICATION) TO: MAROARET .1 lll.MKS RaaManva I'nknown V"i' ARE HEREBY nerve a ropy of rii|ini d |. %  '. ii. I. int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO JOSEPH PETER SrEKI ER Can of I Mil .V mill! HI l M Allani ii ii; New I TOl' Uli: HEREBY N'OTIPIKM mplalnt f.-i l >ivon % %  haa l filed asainxt >rou and IOII an required tn •• i>\ of Ploadlnaa to the i plain! oi K laintlffx altoinc.v, SOI, A LEX ANER, Iln2 c-nrroea RnlMlnr. Miami. Florida. ;.n.l fill II Rlnal Vn ..r Pleadlnaile County, Florida B. H. LEA THERM AN. /'lerk of the circuit Court l:>.l'i\\ rOURNOTBR, Deputy 'l.rk %  Ob ALEX AN I >BR Attorney for Plaintiff 1102 Ponnreaa Bull.line. Miami. Fla. t/t-S-1 OSCAR I.liiHT RAE 1. I.ICIIT K'i\ M;it MANNHEIMER Attorneyi for Mr. and Mrs. i.icht 5 18-25 i, : v IN COUNTY JUDGES 1 COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24335 RR BST ITE OP LENA KL'RZROK, Deceaaed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Iherebj given that I have filed ihe final reporl and petition for 1'in.il Discharge t execuUir of the • -i.i'of l.i:\ \ KI'RZRi IK, di and ilmi "ii the 11th ilaj ol June, 1956, I will appl) to the H able County i of 1 ., i. intj. Plorlda. for approval ol -.nil final report and for fin .1 dla. haiuexi il f the if l.i:\ \ KERZRi iK rl. i This tth ilav of M.n. ii \l:i:v Kt'RZROK, I \. 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1,1956 ZJl&itlkrMtor PAGE 13 IN THE r ^M^VFIlf RDM AN Rumor Security Council May Check on Patriarch Abraham MM Mill Will the UN Security Council wH, ,h e Pa,narch AK. ham' A State Department official "as charged Abraham gression. with agWRCES N THE MIDDLE EAST. Edited by Sydney N.ttl.ton WM^^iilS^X:^^ %  N.w York: Corn.,, Uni ty pJl EZ asXnt^dirS^f "g^ Foreign Service Institute. 274 pp. By HILARY MINDLIN For many years Wright's objectivity toward Israel has been questioned. Early this month Wright turned to the Bible in his search for anti Zionist arguments. Speaking in the State Depart menfs own building to a group States of Arab oil and Arab friendship. He intimates that U.S. support of Israel may have undermined American security interests in the Near East. In a recent address at Georg Washington University, Wright! said that oil being pumped by Israel in the Negev might be com of the State Department as an ofu GENERALLY supposed that the more one knows about sometot easier it is to solve all problems connected with it. The fast which, in one way or another, has been confounding the forfmwt ot recorded history, c^ntiom^Jta, ^abjt_^ .vimitting rfgday, Thn4rt#t! information gathered about .the area, the the trouble, ^pot" seem increasinglyifatatibUkome and its rnsuntly enlarge* %  concerned people eontinue to labor f the Ani, 'rican Association of tope of linding all the parts of the puzzle and thus being able l nivers| t>' Women. Wright said j into something resembling seaenity is inescapable and com,he Arabs feel 1948 was only the For Americans it is particularly important; as owners of a latest ,imc the Jcws infringed on j of State whose muddle-headed policies have prostituted ,h *"' territory. He hinted that ,'Dame and reputation all over the Middle East, we are required Arabs would "reconquer" the Rtoed m order to argue and disown. 'and now occupied by Israel. He .is a non political book. Prof. Fisher, Associate Professor of referred to Biblical precedents it Ohio State University, has edited fourteen papers presented wtpn conference on "The Near East: Social Dynamics and the [Settmy." held in 1952. plus a final "refoeussing" chapter on tie topic Each paper discusses a group—such as the nomad, the Tirmer. (he intellectual, the immigrant and the refugee, to name .-irtich has its own problems af adjustment, many of them, it whole tapestry unrolls, in great and difficult conflict. e,pi*i* induced by mass poverty comes in for sober study hi the paper, on Cultural Factors. What of the receptivity* to comJthereforc" E. A. Spelser writes that '^>n this score. Egypt [gem to be most amenable in the long run to a totalitariifn soluI the Fertile Crescent scarcely at'ill" But in rela"tbis, another writer observes that, "Putting humanitarian h.ikd the benefit of good will brutally **tdefr the-mrnnent. sible to envisage large-scale public health programs as detritf the common good. Such programs can give rise to an ittion problem with which the society may be'urmWe to cope." rwholly beneficial programs such as water drainage to eontrol I or education to bring up literacy may upset the already tenuous >of society and replace one problem with another, equally bad. %  "Tie Arabs choose to use the Palestine Arab raefugee probl|Mljgcat knife, it has achieved a prominence for bevond its [ratio No more pointed examples of Arab inconsistent! 'can be Itthcir insistence on resettlement in the fcjee of their denial ''To thtArab government, the 'fact' of Israel niust yet l>o Tiev allege it to be a totally artificial cnmi n m rlty TtFpT attvg ftgen tent since birth. They will not. admit it axuts." ... illy, it must also be reported thai, with the partial'exception the refugees have not been wanted ia the codjfctteft into have lied. Egypt evacuated the few thousand refugees who j t urn ing them back into the tiny Gaza strip and maintaining "^TTy of the 200,000 there slip bdek. Lehanen places on the refugees who have fled into her territories, rgest usable area of arable land upon which, hundred* nito could %  Jiegm life anew, will accept no more,. Jordan alone IMJDU: i! the opportunities given by the presence of so many ^t(j,strenathen and expand her national life ** %  % %  • grfed problems remain. But jvell-qualified r thiJn -nea have eir resources to produce a remarkabry-tioR-panitArt book n8Faa if .hawing blood, coolly, carefully and constructively tftppfj'l pity Dulles doesn't do a little reading, rfi .* purporting to illustrate aggressions by Jews. Abraham, he alleged, came from the "outside"' into Palestine, attacked the local people, and drove them out of their own country. Wrights blend of half-truths and propagandists distortions are presented in a pseudoacademic context. Employing a guise of scholarly objectivity, he is a clever and forceful speaker. He plants the germ of an idea that the Arabs were wronged by the Jews. His next step Is to stress the importance to the United ing from deposits running unde nearby Egyptian territory. H suggested such oil rightfully belonged to the Arabs. Wright has been in difficulty with his superiors a number of3 times for publicly voicing hi* prl vate views on Israel. But, the! State Department has not' indi cated displeasure with his ideas; as such. Officials feel that he is undiplomatic in voicing thoughts that do not coincide with official expressions of impartiality. Anti-Israel remarks by Wright! have brought many embarrassing protests to the Department. The Department usually claim* he was "not speaking officially." Wright alleges that he is "misquoted." In November. 1050, Wright told an audience at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis that Israelis murdered Arabs. He made similar remarks before the Army War College in Washington in 1951. He responded eagerly to invitations to the University of Indiana, the University of Maryland, the YWCA of the District of Columbia, and other places where thousands got the "unofficial" facts on Israel. Finally, on February 28, 1952, Wright stood on the platform of the State Department auditorium. This time he had the official assignment of his superiors to brief a group of American editors who were preparing to leave for a visit to Israel and elsewhere. This time he spoke inside the very building ficial representative of the U.S. Government. According to the United Press, "he said that the U.S. had to give financial aid to Israel when the United Jewish Appeal, fell .short in it^: quest for ri/nds rflit.'n^ contended, as IStikas Anftri^n aid is forthcoming,' Israel''does not feel the need to compromise with its Arab neighbors." Subsequently, an inflammatory attack on American Jewry, written by Iraqi diplomat Abdullah Ibrihim Baks was read by Wright to a Washington conference of business executives. The speech questioned the loyalty of American Jewry and alleged that Jews were unreliable citizens throughout the world. When Wright concluded, one of the conferees arose and questioned the propriety of the State Department and American business corporations providing a platform for a foreign attack on a section of the American public The conference was on "developments in the Middle East." No Israel or Zionist representative was invited although a number of Arabs and pro-Arabs were listed on the program. DAViD SCHWARTZ — Danny Kaye Visits on Heels of Dag DANNY KAfC IV-V i kids' idol SMOLAR — %  i i* • of Dulles Address to B'nai B'rith Was Unfounded I nth numbers who opposed the idea of rctary of State-John Foster Dulles to Hae dinner of the triennial convention of anization m Washington realize now that Imposition was not exactly justified. It is true r Dulles' speech did not add much to what **** d Previously about Israel, but he did add "hing net) •wo very important assertions which amitely not pass unnoticed by the Arab He made it unmistakably clear that the 'States. Britain and France are determined un Israel's independence. This means X 1 Ara,K ln no uncertain terms that they |ft used to the idea that Israel has come to I iht they must give up their illusion about the Israelis into the ocean." 1 J* revealed that although no arms are be|W. to Israel by the United Sstates. the %  Government realizes the danger of a WTT G. M7FT — wide discrepancy in armed strength between the Arab countries and Israel And this can only mean that the U.S. Government will keep an eye on the balance of power between the two fighting camps, and so will the other Western powers which are watching how Russia supplies arms to the Arabs. Those who criticized the B'nai B'rith leadership for inviting Secretary Dulles to speak at the dinner were afraid that Mr. Dulles—who is considered to be more friendly to the Arabs than to Israelwould make pro-Arab statements. Such was the case two years ago when a high State Department official made unfriendly statements about Israel in an address to a Jewish conference in Washington. However, their fears turned out to be baseless. The 'something new" which Mr. Dulles added in his address is the last word regarding the feelings of the U.S. Government and of the government of 14 other NATO members on Israel. Dag and Danny Kaye, both representing the United Nations, have been visiting Israel. Danny Kaye is on a world tour for UNICEF. the UN child welfare organization. The Israelis were interested in Dag's visit, but the kids gave Danny the bigger hand. Danny spoke to the kids in three languages. "Shalom, Yelodim." he said first in Hebrew, then he switched to English and finally wound up in Yiddish. In English, he asked the kids greeting him at the airport, "Are all of you Sabras?" Sabra means cactus and the cactus is a very self-reliant sort of plant and native Israelis seem to be like that too. Some American Jews are puzzled by the Sabras. They think them a little too audacious and even arrogant. But maybe they are just a healthier type than other Jews. They have never encountered anti-Semitism and so have nothing of the Jewish apologetics. They feel inferior to no one. Many of them were born in kibIIIU WOLFE butzim, so they take naturally to agriculture and they are not scared of anybody. They are freer of neuroses than most other Jews. It is the Sabra spirit which is responsible for the fact that little Israel with less than t\fc> fcHlion stands unafraid before foHy million hostile neighbors. Hurrah for the Sabras! Israel has had many other visitors in the past few weeks besides Dag and Danny. Israel, in fact, says one paper, has been "sizzling" with American steaks 1 Never before, says this paper, were so many steaks fatten : n ***i Israeli restaurants. Reason—the American delegates to the Zionist Congress. Steaks are almost prohibitive for the Israelis. The situation of the American delegates, too, must have improved. I remember attending many Zionist conventions in Atlantic City. They used to eat delicatessen at Kornblau's and wheat cakes at Child's restaurant on the boardwalk. I saw few steaks being eaten. Hank Now Has 11 Percent of Cleveland doomed to Stardom, but He Hasn't Forgotten His Past Chandler zoomed to stardom in 1949 ^tra>al of an Israeli underground leader !" j n the Desert," it was his agent, diminuItk '"' who got hlm the *" i mportant £WP to that time. Jeff had been a comaeenl.. the unassuming Mr Mishkin. even after Sng a long-term contract with Universal-Inter"^wceTTa press luncheon at the Hollywood *£ i)rhy, Jeff announced his plans to make Vn. doing acme radio and television .. *-Qj independent P'^/^Hm r P^u | g film bits to his credit. I^^S^S "JSLi to do success. Jeff Chandler has maintlohs. in addition to tno.e ^ ^ ^•f*.interest, nu~, ~~n.lv with C. *!or Urtrersal-International. Meyer interests, most recently with C. "s^lrt&aating in the Torah Fund Lunclw Jjtmnal Women's League of the United "•America. And what is rarer ht "" %  has remained faithful to hi* Mishkin, who .rite'rawit years discovered top comedy talent '"^u Wvin Kaplan and Kathleen Freeman Ir "m .oca, Little Theatre, w... remain Chandlers partner in the new venture. Hank Greenberg. general manager of the Cleveland Indians, now has an 11 percent financial interest in the Cleveland club. This makes Hank the fourth largest shareholder in the Cleveland team, and if this department's memory is correct, it makes Hank the first prominent Jewish athlete to achieve such a status in the major leagues. While there have been Jewish baseball players of stature periodically throughout the history of the game, they have not previously wprked into positions of ownership. As a matter of fact, the front office has always been a place extremely hard to come by for tlje Jewish athlete. Greenberg, one of the most successful ballplayers in the history of the sport, today looms as one of the leading baseball managerial figures in the country. As a result, he is frequently put in the position of having to negotiate with players and answer their demands for better playing conditions. On occasion, this column has been critical of his toughness in dealing with player demands, and has suggested that he might do well to remember the days when he was a star in uniform. Hank himself was victim of the front office when he played for Detroit. After years of giving his all, he was suddenly shipped out of the league, and he didn't even find out about it until the news had broken publicly ... • • • Did Cleveland fans cheer an injury to Al Rosen as he lay wrack-, ed with pain during a recent game, or were they cheering his efforts to get up? How will this latest injury' affect Rosen's career?



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lewiislb-Elbriidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30—Number 22 Miami. Florida, Friday, June 1, 1956" Price 20 Says W to German Vet Group's Appeal for Charity is Nixed to Intervene Case of 21 Soldiers Now Doing Time at Lanbsberg Camp kiSHINGTON—The Jewish War Veterans of the United States rica'has refused a request from a German veterans group to a 8 cncles aro violating standing Presidential orders w "influence with Congress, the American Government and P roh > b >nS religious discrimination in connection to find a charitable solution" to the problem of 21 soldiers "" Iment contract and civil service emsoBm i6 AHB Dticnum AWH IN Govmmm coNmas U.S. Contractors Defy President's Orders NEW YORK (JTAV-Charges that United States Government contractors and official government detained in the U.S. Army's Landsberg Prison. German Veterans group (Verbsnd der Heimkehrer, Kriegs(nen und Vermissten-Angehorigen Deutschlands E.V.) had to the .Jewish War Vetintervene in the case of former German soldiers ground^ that "most of have done nothing more soldier on either side | the heat of battle. All were at a time when bitter tred dominated military and personnel." letter to the -ceretarygenthe German organization [ational Commander of the War Veterans, Reubin Ka| of Hartford, Conn., it ited out that JWV finds ble to take favorable indicating that "these men tisible for the death and n of millions of innohumans. and that various active on their appeals, commuted the sentences death—a merciful one in %  with the tortures they inflicted ." letter also pointed out that Jewish War Veterans has ployment were made in complaints submitted by the been searching for 23 years for something which could in some way absolve the German people of responsibility for what was done in their name to men, women and children whose only crime was to have been born of Jewish parents or to have been of other than "aryan" descent. The letter pointed out. however, that JWV believes that "the German people who are severely trying to atone, deserve forgiveness, but those directly responsible for the insanity and acts of i bestiality beyond description should not be set free." The letter also pointed out that the Jewish War Veterans along with the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion have deplored the fact that the War Crimes Clemency and Parole Board has been "too lenient" in its dealings with German soldiers convicted of war crimes with particular reference to the recent release of Sepp Dietrich. net Delegation Issues Statement Iron Curtain Religious Freedom NATIONS (JTAV-The delegation at the United last week went out of its disseminate a statement that the Jewish religion i full freedom in the USSR W there are even • "mik|nd a "Sukkah" in the MosMgojjue. statement estimates that 3,000 Jews attend services 'synagogue on Jewish holi*t that an average of .persons attend the synaleach month. It reproduces "I text of a prayer for included in a Siddur "pub<* the initiative of the i community" and edited by Chief Rabbi S. If. SchlifSoviet," the statement guarantees to religious complete freedom to perform their tites and rites, to observe all dictates of their faith. The Soviet Government sees to it that they are able to exercise -this freedom. For example, a big state bakery supplies matzohs for the Passover holidays. Matzohs may be bought in 30 stores in Moscow. The Jewish community, which has charge of the Moscow synagogue, decides' all its problems independently. Its affairs are conducted by the board of the community and auditing commission." The statement, dated May 10 and obviously prepared in Moscow, was written by L. Rogachevsky whose identity is not established. It describes the Moscow synagogue and says the syna gogue possesses "unique editions of old prayer books and most valuable manuscripts." Dr. Arthur S. Abramson. chairman of Department of Rehabili tation Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, presented with President's Trophy by Vice President Richard M. Nixon after being named "Handicapped Man of the Year" by President's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped. Dr. Abramson. a paraplegic, wounded in Battle of Bulge in World War II. was cited for "the great inspiration example of rehabilitation that h e represents." American Jewish Congress to Vice President Richard M. Nixon, chairman of the President's Committee on Government Contracts, and to Maxwell Abbell. chairman of the President's Committee on Government Employment Policy, it was revealed here at a session of the AJC's national executive committee. • The complaints pointed out that as a result of Arab exclusion of American Jews. American corporations hiring employees for work on government contracts to be performed in Arab countries refrain from employing Jews. Vice President Nixon was urged by the American Jewish Congress to inform all contracting agencies "that discrimination in violation of the non-discrimination clause in government contracts is not permitted and cannot be condoned on the ground that it is required by the demands of foreign powers." In his letter to Mr. Nixon, Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the AJC, declared: "When a conflict arises in work done under U.S. Government authority and the pol-" icy of a foreign country that makes invidious distinctions among American citizens on the basis of religion, the latter policy is accepted by our officials." The Executive Order governing the Government Contracts Committee, Dr. Goldstein said, "empowers the group to insure compliance with the nondiscrimination provisions of government contracts." In his letter to Mr. Abbell, the head of the American Jewish Congress pointed out that the Executive Order establishing the Government Employment Policy Committee prohibits religious discrimination by all government agencies "in all civilian personnel matters." umuuu wrmm ACTIOH tm BY m WAYSIDI UN Truce Chief Arrives for Council Talk; Precedent Broken as Reds are Consulted UNITED NATIONS (JTAV-Palestine truce chief Maj. Gen. E L. M. Burns arrived here Tuesday from Jerusalem to attend the United Nations Security Council session which will act on the report which UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold submitted to members of the Council following his return from his recent^ H*CH STUDHfTS ANALYZE BIGOTS HANDBILL TI-JEWISH' PARTY REPORTED IN SOUTH anayzea ) nrn A uc t of warped minds. f A 'JTAi—The first material bearing the a new "National Anti-Jewish Party" ap[ %  •'* in the form of a handbill surreptitiously ML? a ,)u Hetin board t the Georgia Institute %  *>. it was reported here by Arthur J. %  %  eastern director of the Bnai Brith •tion League. ( i" off te the new organisation is a post %  *. and the same persons associated with the AntiJewish Party" of this city are inL the new group, according to the ADL. •odbiiis W er immediately removed from board by Georgia Tech students and eluded it was "the Product of The handbill's ^^J^StZmm ** AntiCom,UnUm W "Scaf Ss" y were responsible § for a number of Communism, treason. in 1946 he was planning a party jew a crime, punishable by death. sabotage, world domination •to make being a -peace mis>ion" to Israel and the Arab countries. The meeting of the Security Council was scheduled to be on Tuesday. It was called at the request of the British delegation which was to circulate a resolution concerning Mr. Hammarskjolds report. In the past, resolutions on the Arab-Israel issue were presented to the Security Council jointly by Britain, the United States and France. For the first time, the Soviet Union has been consulted by the West concerning the situation in the Middle East. Since the Tripartite Declaration issued by Britain, the United States and France in 1950. the Big Three Western Powers have acted along lines indicating exclusion of Russia from Middle Eastern affairs. Tuesday however Sir Pion gubcommittee T.tion on the British resolution Simon E. Sobeloff as Judge ot concerning the Middle East which the u. S Court of Appeals. Sir Pierson will introduce at the p ourtn District. Nomination was Council meeting. Sir Pierson i made lag year by President Continue .n P.* 2 |Eienhower.



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PAGE 2 *Jeistn<*kteiri CJFWF Will Address Federation's 18th Annual Meeting Here June 13 Philip Bernstein, executive director of the Council <>! Jewish Feder ations and Welfare Funds, will be principal speaker ;it the 18th annual Meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation The dinner event will be held Wednesday evening, June 13. at the Seville hot. I According to Stanley C. Myers. Federation president, the nationallyknown communal leader has already accepted the invitation of the local program committee to head Federation's observance of its 18th year f nr eOJlMfforatiofl at the annual of community service in this area mootlni will be proposed amend Bernstein has been active in Jewish communal service for more than 20 years. He was named executive director of the Council in 1954, culminating 11 years of service with the organization. Before i joining the CJFWF staff in 1943. merits to the by-laws providing for the following new poaMettt: (1> office ol associate secretary; (2) office of associate treasurer; (3) office of chairman of the board; (41 honorary trustees. Dinner chairman Fred K. ShoehBernstein was assistant director of et nas hailed this year's Federation the Cleveland Jewish Welfare! meeting as "a milestone in achieve Federation and executive secretary ment in behalf of our Jewish coraof the Cleveland Jewish CommitmU nity of Greater Miami" and comnity Council. For three years, he mended the program committee for was survey director of the national selecting the "('hai" (life) theme, committee on training for Jewish He has announced a special effort Social Work. Also during this W JH be made to call together "the time, he served on the faculty of %  — Western Reserve I'niversity's Graduate School of Applied Social Sciences Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds ithe national organization which aids Federations throughout the United States in effective budgeting, social planning, campaigning and community organization. Reservations chairman Mrs William Brenner has announced that retorvetiona are now being accepted for the traditional dinner. According to Mrs. rannic Selif, program chairman, and Mrs. Irwm Weinsteln, co-chairman, Ink jrear*! program will be dedicated to the first group of pioneer leaders who participated in the original organization neeting el the Greater Mi ami Jewish Federation. These far-sighted visionaries, .some 28 in number, met at the home of Mr and Mrs Sam Blank en .May 7. 1938. and laid the ground erect for the major agency which today numbers thousands of memberand serves thousands of Jewish families in Dade county. ; In accordance with the bylaws Of Federation, members will receive an official ballot before the date of the annual meeting. This ballot will include recommendations by the nominating committee for officers and board of governors for the coming year. Among business matters slated Pallot. M. B. Rank, Leo Robinson, Duntov to hr. • J. Louis Shochet. William Tara-[ lions for xbVtl'*"*' dash, Mrs. Barney Wcinkle, Harry 1 Ula event. NORM* Zukernick and Mrs. Harry Zuker nick. Assisting Mrs. Seliifand Mrs. Weinsteln with program arrange-1 merits are Leon Ell, Dr. J. A.' Greenhouse. Mrs. Leon Kaplan,! Max Meiscl and Harold Thurman. Shochet has named Mrs. Joseph •.All I*** 4 ^ttUHS !•£ iUfS of TftoVfQQC \. Quick; Phone 9-0667 PUZA BLDG. 245 S P ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE NAVE MANY OUTSTANDING lit end 2nd MORTGAGES TNAT WML NET YOU |% and 10% PER ANNUM Mr. Mime Phone 93444. UN Truce Chief Arrives for Talk Continued form Page 1 showed the resolution to the principal "interested parties'' — the i delegations of Israel. Egypt, Syr-' ia. Jordan and Lebanon. Prior to his departure from Israel last weekend. Gen. Burns. protested to the Jordan Government for opening fire on an Israeli police patrol in the Mount Sc o pus area. The shots wounded one Israeli policeman. In a Jordanian communique kasued some hours after the incident, it was claimed that fire was opened Mru-tiy in self-defense. Investigation of the circumstances surrounding the cla.sh brought to light the fact that since the patrol was "fully in the open on the forward slope of the mount, it is unlikely that any aggression was intended." Had such been their intention, they would immediately have been in "great danger." This most recent action by forces of the Jordan Government was viewed as a direct contravention of the assurances given Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold with regards to the strict observance of a cease-fire. According to the cease-fire agreement, the only valid grounds for opening fire are self-defense. But inasmuch as the Israel patrol was more than 800 meters from the nearest Jordan position and within the demilitarized zone, it is inconceivable that the conditions of self-defense could apply, Gen. Burns' protest noted. founding fathers" of Federation still residing in this community. Names of the pioneer group which met at the home of Sam Blank in 1938. as taken from the original book of Federation minutes, include: R R. Adler, Day J. Apte, Abe Aronovitz, Jack August, Sam Blank, Benjamin Bronston, Leo Eisenstein, Leonard Epstein. Isaac Levin. Mrs. Isaac Levin, Benjamin LeVine. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph M. Lipton, Harry Markowitz. Baron de 11 ii -yA*il= te£m& \frtfi COLORED DAT WORKERS TOUNG UNIFORMED $4 A FARE Hof M, 9" T P Demeitic Weekly Maids ACE WPLOYMENT SERVICE PHONES SSSrV9 H 3608 usetcnom twci iot .^ CAU "OTTO" TNI OsUCIN MAN "See Tser ClMiiScs Mmtery In Orils OLVe ttuml Tsa" Member of B'nejl B'rith World', lorg.it Post Control Co. % I! u :: % REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 44 44 44 335 S.W. 12th Ave. LEO ALLEN, Director Ph. Ft 4-5437 sad I SeedoJlirae he Cave fa fhe lHtrl r aad Chronically M V^WA'A./-WDAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS So ef. Freersonal su|ervision of: IB\INC Hi saiin I icfPreMtlent Ai Ei:>atx, Trmuirtr RIVERSIDE-BEACH I MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI BEACH 1259 Normandy Drive • IWJea M** 1236 m ashingfon Avenue • l£d"" n Jj 1BS0 Altosi Road • JEB*rson *-21M MIAMI Weal Fbiitf and 20ih Avenue %  M/esmi W<* 24 HOL'R AMBULANCE SERVICE Tom Burti*. F.D. 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1.1956 __. Greets Publishers' Mee1 %  ami 4JTA) — President to "contribute to good citizenship u mpse to the and progress in the countrv message to the and progress in the country. Jacques Back, publisher of the B convention of the rt n of English-Jewish whK h concluded here r'uudrd the efforts of %  lo keep American r Hratel> informed" ; confidence He exthat the Engw.-uld continue purity Month" Jaimed Here nth of ,u u> nas been pr ?~ -Israel Security Month" in : V l ml according to Jacob „t the local Israel in. lmunity-wide moiirman [organiziition. Ljd a com... L f 0 r a vast sales and col[tampaign already is underl6 n's division, headed by ana Brenner Meyers, has -M| several functions for the [which will he climaxed by |ac reception for Mrs. Saml^itty) Sakrais at the Al| June 26. _jtic program. "You Are EkUghtinK Mrs. Sakrais' Mrs. Weiss is Hostess American Assn. for United Naions meeting, to study International Labor Organization, was held 1 iursday at the home of Mrs. Anna We.s*. 6020 Indian Creek dr Speaker was Edward Klein. PAGE 7 Mrs. Temple Will Head Beth El PTA Observer of Nashville. Tenn.. and president of the Assn.. announced in his report a program of awards for presentation at the 1957 convention. The prizes will be awarded for: 1) The best original editorial published in member, Enelish-Jewish weeklies during! .f rth El Hebrew Academy PTA 1S6: 2) The best non syndicated :..' h d ins,alla 'on of officers at news story published during 1956; a chai box su Perette Sundav eve3) The best original feature story oil" 1 D ra Au ust auditorium. published during 1956. KahD1 T. Swirsky will be installAbraham Slabot. publisher of \ '1"!"' .. The Jewish Ledger of New Or,11 l P s,s aM Mrs leans, was elected by unanimous i'"ard^H pres id n : Mrs. vote president of the Assn. Slab,,. f v "! d r "" ,an vice president; succeeds Back. \;??$$ G f lhat v,ce P re sldent; Re... ... ... „. om '"enman. vice president Mrs Philip Slomov.tz publisher of Theresa Goodman. rSrSTg Ve5£ The Jewish News of Detroit. Mich, i tary; Mrs. Manuel Moskowftz cor and Fred K Shochet. publisher o; responding secretary and Mrs' "The Jewish Floridian. were elect-' David Issenberg. treasurer ed ex-officio members of the execu-1 Evening's entertainment will be tive committee. Shochet was Assn. headed bv Milton Ross Mrs Rov president two years ago. Berman will present a program of Israeli songs. nounced a testimonial brunch to Chairmen of arrangements are Mayshie Friedberg. outstanding LaMrs Louis L. Fine, Mrs. Joseph bor Zionist and bond salesman. The meeting will be held at Waldman's Crown hotel June 17, with Rabbi Rosenberg Picked Chairman Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth David, has been named rabbinical chairman of the 1956 High Holy Day Appeals for State of Israel Bonds. Announcement of his appointment and acceptance was made by Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Kronish said the Assn. has unanimously endorsed the sale of Israel Bonds in Greater Miami congregations. "The sale of bonds is the closest tie between Israel and Judaism during the High Holy Days," the endorsement said. Last year more than $100,000 in Israel Bonds were sold at local synagogues and temples. "Under Rabbi Rosenberg's leadership, we hop* to considerably better that figure," Rabbi Kronish said. Rabbis Rosenberg said committees will be organized shortly to implement the maximum sale of Israel Bonds in every congregation. — --— > .... .>. w Knssel and Mrs. Max Parness. r o Fsrael as Greater Mima hip of the June 20 meetmen's division, Sher anvaNynma IWJW S S *pv STYH hi Joseph E. Rackovtky IN AVENUE, MIAMI IEACN Ffcent Jl 1 3it5 Dance Doe Saturday Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center social club will hold a dance on Saturday evening at the Center. | II DR. TIBOR H. STERN I Washington Ave., M. B. JE1-2205 — JE 1-1969 Camp High Land For Boys A Girls SEBRING, FLORIDA 2", hour* from Miami. You can! see your child tvtry weekend.! All water and land sporta in-| eluding horseback riding. Mi ture, capable staff. The onlyl Jewish camp in Florida that is] an accredited member of American Camping Assn. 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