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The Jewish Floridian ( June 8, 1956 )

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lewybJEIoioidliiauPi Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY fJ^T^o Number 23 Miami, Florida, Friday, June 8, 1956 Price 20c jjjgj gtgp DOZEN Tims Test Hot Arab Defiance Of British-Led Resolution; East Bloc in UN Pressure I Following his election to presidency of World Zionist Organization, Dr. Nahum Goldman pays visit to Mrs. Vera Weizmann, widow of Dr. Chaim Weizman, who preceded Dr. Goldman in office. Assembled in Weizmann House at Revoth (left to right) are Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman, Executive Council, Weizmann Institute of Science; Dr. Goldman; Boris Gouriel. director, Weizmann Archives; and Mrs. Weizmann. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The British delegation at the United Nations, supported by the United States. France and a majority of members of the UN Security Council, but deserted by the Soviet Union, had to show this week whether it submits to Arab defiance of its resolution on the ArabIsrael issue or intends to seek a formal vote on the draft which aims to further the reduction of tensions on the frontiers between brae] and the Arab countries. The Arabs succeeded in blocking a vote Friday. Vehement pressure j was used by the delegates of Syria. | Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon, and threats were voiced by them that • M Of SOVIET UNION EXPLAINED TO PRESIDENT BY CHIEF DELEGATE .edge Reports to Ike on Security Council Intrigue HOW AID KAMI •*WASHINGTON (JTA) — The developments which are now taking place in the United Nations Security Council with regard to the Arab-Israel issue were outlined to President Eisenhower last weekend by Henry Cabot Lodge, jr.. head of the American delegation to the United Nations. It is believed that Mr. Lodge reported to the President on the opposition which the Arabs arc now displaying at the Security Council against the British resolution, seeking to further the reduction in Arab-Israel tensions which was brought about by the recent visit to the Middle East of UN Secretary General Dag Hammnrskjold. The role which the Soviet delegation at the UN is playing in supporting the Arab defiance of the British resolution. which has received the support of the United States and France, was also believed to have been brought to President Eisenhower's attention by Mr. Lodge. In the meantime, it was learned here that leaders of the Republican party intend to ask President Eisenhower to publicly, denounce the barring of American Jewish service men from U.S. military installations in Saudi Arabia. The President has so far not answered letters sent to him by the American Veterans Committee, and by Jewish organizations asking him for a clear-cut statement on the "un-American and discriminatory policy" with regard to Jewish GIs. Arab-Israel tension will be worse than ever if the Council "dares" to pass the British resolution calling for ultimate "peaceful settlement" of conflicts on a basis "mutually I acceptable" to Israel as well as to the Arab armistice signatories. The "dare" was voiced here a do7en times during the long debate last week by all of the Arab delegates, led. in this campaign against ultimate peace, by Ahmed Shu;kairy of Syria. The clause in the I British rf solution to which the Arabs object would declare that the Security Council is "conscious of the need to create conditions (in the Middle East) in which peaceful settlement on a mutually acceptable basis of the disputes between the parties can be made. As far as the Arabs are concerned, they made clear here, there is no possibility of "mutually" agreeing with Israel on basic issues. To Syria, as Mr. Shukairy M,.-., ..:.-,'., brtol does not exist. He said that to him "Palestine is only j Southern Syria." Soviet delegate Arkady Sobolev, in backing the I Arab delegations in their drive to delete the caluse which mentions | the possibility of a "mutually acContinutd on Pag* 9 A •ESHKOL, MYERSON PUT FORWARD AS POSSIBILITIES Mcpai Party Leadership Still Open; 'Draft Sharett' Move Slowing Down JERUSU EM (JTA)—A decision on pulling a Mapai Minister out of! the one generally considered to be the Cabinet and placing him at the helm of the party in an attempt to!most critical relates to the quesOration Annual Meet Wednesday m Tap Howard Kane for President lilt* \_tlUlll• ) lnner wi „ ^ wrved th8 r > ervaUoni are now be"W'ved A cocktail party will tl'< dinner. K Shochet, publisher of Continued en Pa A ST IOUIS (JTA) — Canada was described as a hrfeht snot in .he emigration plans of the United STbSiSc^ *A Communa. Serv* The convention, attended by more than 1.000 jow.sh social workers from all parts of the country, hoard a report on Jewish migration t !" !" ** Rioe, acting executive director of Un.ted H.as Edward M. Kahn. executive director of the Jewish Social Service Federation and the Jewish Welfare Fund of Atlanta, Ga., was elected president of the Conference. The convention also discussed anti-Jewish discrimination and heard reports on attempts to introduce religious instruction into the public schools. Leo Pfeffer, associate general counsel of the American Jewish Congress, told the parley that there is great pressure developing to evade the U.S. Supreme Court's decision banning religious instruction from the public schools.



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Pcge 2 A +Jenisl> Fkrkfiar Bond Worker Will be Feted Here; Glazier to Leave for Israel Tour JfiJoy. June 8. their respective comZTfl lour I' Israel Men In Installation Fete MORTGAGES $500,000 Private CHAS. HIMEl Mayshie Friedberg (left) will be honored at a "Worker* for Israel" brunch June 17 in Waldman's Crown hotel. Looking ever program for meeting, sponsored by Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, are Mrs. Nathan (Ida) Bookspan, bond chairman for Pioneer Women's Council, and J. Z. Stadlan, president of Bialik Branch of Farband. Middle East Crisis Cause for Action As 'Security Month' Declared Here "The continuing crisis in the Middle East, which pose a Rave blem for the people must be met bj decisive economic on tiic part <>f the local Jewish community." it was declared • b) Jacob man ol the Greater Miami Committee of Israel Bonds. ing (or ti< il need for develop Few weeh nnounced thai the m • —~ i J me h Durli period, i n:ir\ be I ni • the Unitoi I i funds to ih : 4 1 I rael is thi the chairman the cause ol dom, as Vmericans, t %  mobilize our udl ;i our m nipporl of I-which ifacing the most erudtuation since the establish• nt its Indepi i Tha Israel Bond campaign, he I must raise a minimum of I richly defter thia tribute." "Workei Named eo chairmen of the Wbuted at the brundi t.runcb are Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. Israel Bonds chairman for the TPItmiP KHtM MM ,;r, :,UT Ml:mi p "-neer Won., ICS.IUI^ 131-311 %  1VII (oum( HIld z stadlan. pres. .lent ol the Bialik Branch of 1 hand. Labor Zionist order to which Albert J Brsch was installed for,' r "'* *'. n '* Pano.nt „ < his second term as president of) A w*rtrs meeting will be hefrl Ne. „ old 7£rS •Temple brat! Men's club Saturday t the Israel Bond office, 1544 Caftrc! or Comaletet.i evening. Washington ave. Surday morning J2L2 '" • W -* Others who assumed office were %  t0 ^p,^ pUns tor ,„„ brunch pho '"o^i^ Ted Sandier, vice president: Herb-' •. rlTOne 9-3444 ert Kaufman, vice president: Frank and to sta e "^telephone sale. Terlman. vice president: Harvey' *PPeal. Kelman. secretary; Fred Diamond. | At J.he "Workers for Israel" financial secretary; and Morton A. brunch June 17, Sidney Glazier. \OK MAX city manager of the Israel Bonds organisation, will be feted on the Grant, treasurer Installed as members of the board of directors were Dr. Sam \rono\it7. Martin Block. B F .occasion of his departure for Israel Braalauer, Herman Binder, I. D. 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, UM 8 1956 j Pay Tribute !Cantor Kelemer .400 men. women and chilKMlhercl ;.t the Hotel Scvill.'Lmorninu, May 26. to pay to Cantor Samuel Kelemer nation of the testimonial „ to him. marking Intenth f ,.., |V with Temple Beth lading th p ">"'ical tribute to (tor KelerrnT was Rabbi I.eon U spiritual leader of Beth u" Cantor Berle Kelemer, „j Hebrew School and ConRrebroth.T of the guest of and hi-two sons. Jordan "jnins! Kelemer, represented [l,rilv in tribute. Representing rfiiiiinuschool, under the ler>hip of educational director L T j. Greenberg. were Goldie man. religi U8 school choir inrtcr. Stephen Katzin. Joan ton and Suzanne Materson. it Mariuv Hanson, of Ft. Laudilt. delivered the keynote adBph Spero. president of Beth JOB. presented a Scroll of Honffrcm the congregation, and or Irving Robinson, of Coral L>. Jewi-h Center, presented a loll on behalf of the Cantors l. cf Greater Miami. Leon J. honorary president of Beth Ion ind chairman of the testiual dinner, announced that 1 200 telegrams and messages Icotgratulatmns and good wishes I been received. I also presented to Cantor Kelj ti a check on behalf of the hpejation Co-chairmen of the pel i were Mrs. Barry Cameron I Mrs. Sol S. Pine. ^^MJhridTtoti Page 3 A CROWN FENCE Cantor Samuel Kelemer (left) receives program of evening's festivities from Leon J. Ell, chairman, while Rabbi Leon Kronish looks on. Hurricane AZA Has First Degree Ritual iilk Will Give Percentage Mils to Groups Here poard of directors of the Hotel He laii week announced a plan (cortribute a maximum percentItfiU profits to local charities |Amcng organizations already apjted for contributions are the Mnity Chest, Mt. Sinai HospiSt. Francis Hospital, Greater mi Jewish Federation and the hversity of Miami. petal members on the board of crs. which recently leased the I for a ten year period, include Bt (Robbie 1 Robinson, execuvice president and general Mger, Leonard A. Wein and 1 Green Over 80 persons attended the model meeting, installation and first degree ritual of the Hurricane chapter of AZA at ceremonies last week. Judge Milton Freedman. national B'nai B'rith commissioner, installed Al Capp as president; Richard Bailey, vice president; Richard Cromer, secretary; Steven Kulvin, treasurer; and Charles Kamen, pledge master. Others were Jeff Herrman, Phil Edwards. David Sarbcy. Donald Bierman. Leonard Nabutovsky and Sidney Indgin. Milton Fendell, Hurrican advisor for nearly four years, received his advisor's pin. First degree ritual for new Alephs was given by Louis Berman to Albert Abromowitz, Michael Burney, Richard Flexncr, Allen Foodman. Charles Greenberg. Henry Greenfield, Benjamin Klein. Allen Sockloff and David Steinberg. Affair was held at the home of chapter sweetheart Cynthia Bott. • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAD* LINX WOOD CONCRETE DOUBLE LOOP 4 DIAMOND LAWN WIRE FENCING MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 Judge Greenberg Appointed Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg, of Miami Beach, has been appointed chairman of the committee on traffic courts and safety of the Florida Bar for the year 1956-57. The appointment has been approved by the board of governors of the Florida Bar. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMITITLC & QhtmctCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Ce. Capital, Surplus t (reserves fxceed $3,000,000 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 lie* '' HEARING AIDS Service All Makes Bofteries Cords Mela's *>* %  Radio-TV.Hi Fi ^nley Gould Hearing Aide 11238 Lincoln RT CLOTHES, \ HOUSEHOLD J C000S AND / FURNISHINGS WITH I MAIN OFFICE 45 N.E. First Avenue LOCATIONS AUGUST ET^OS^y? L. Is the at 7".' IDtZ, f !" dHi'-''h—" Nuggets, Pea and Rica Sizes CASH AND CARRY PRICfS 2-lb. Package 60c 5-lb. Package $1.25 10-lb. Package .$2.25 20-th. Parkace S4.0Q Available at All 6 TRULY NOLTN Exterminator Offices N.W. 7t Ae. 1741 Alton Ri*. Ml IMS N.E. Peytker* PI. •41 lucerne IM7*13 Biiteyne t\ii. .. 13104 Cerel WeT 0-17*1 Jf 1-34*4 FR 4-1*14 FR 4-7S55 Ft -355S HI 4-0117 1 >IIAPATTAH BRANCH 1400 N.Vf. 36rh Street FOR YOUR %  *i If TAMIAMI BRANCH 901 S.W. Eihlh Street CONVENIENCE ^CHEVROLET PHONE 9-6441 >55 W.FIAGIER n emee ? 500N.W.7fhAVE. PHONE tS4-2eVL6 Miami* 066*^ Yes— you con shop around for a now car, but/ LUBY SELLS fOR LESS!! See Luby beforeyou sign for any car! EDISON CENTER BRANCH '5797 N.W. Seven* Avenue Perhaps Your Home Needs Improvement, Toe? Do it yourself or have it done ... we can help with the financing. Then pay us back by the month at your convenience ... out of income. ... If you are planning home ownership, consult us. You'll like the low cost, low rate, easy monthly payment DADE FEDERAL HOME LOAN. No obligation! ** t e? COMMERCIAL St '#*6t


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?gge 4 A *l*lstncrMto n vJenisii Meridian During Published avary Friday alnca 1*27 by tha JawlaH Floridian at 120 N. E Sixth Straet, Miami la, Florida Entered ai second-class maMer July 4. 1930. at tha Poat Sffice of Miami, Fla., under tha Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed tha Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly Member of tha Jewiah Tiai'.iphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Amir. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. ?RED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN News Editoi OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Tele phones FR 4-1141 — FR 4-8212 The Jewish FlorMlan does not fiiarantaa ha Kbruth "•. the ajicrrhanrilM advertis ed In Ha column*. 8US8CR.PTION R A T K • I On e Year MOO Two Vear> Sivan 29. 5716 Volume 30 Number 23 Friday. June 8. 1956 Federation Annual Meet %  Tribute to Past Sight on Future ears there has bee-o a leniency totMftl Federation vf Cntnititt I tire be<: e:e<\ possible tourtt Some represent Rood fdiir Others are mere -he imagination Some representatives are dignified and resourceful Others are ,e the problem of ptwiding for their en ''ir transient for Institutions III tht is the tmh %  %  Miami jeuish leaders thu auettttM These words of sage advice were written in %  ditorial by the late J. Louis Shochet. founder publisher of The Jewish Floridian. in the ":sue of January 14, 1938, urging the establishment of a unified fund raising and planning agency for Greater Miami. One year later, in 1939. that agency was created here and collected S82.745 as its total goal for four local participating organizations and for national and overseas use. Eighteen years after that, in 1956, Greater Miami Jewish Federation set as-its goal SI. 725.000 for two more local participating groups, as well as for additional national and overseas causes—a figure that describes without necessary comment the staggering growth in the community s,nce that time. Federation gathers for its eighteenth annual meeting Wednesday evening on Miami Beach. The tone of the meeting will be a nostalgic one. With local Jewish leaders surveying the progress achieved by the community since 1938. In broad perspective, there will of course be much to praise. But incoming Federation officials will also approach the central agency's achievement with carefully critical eyes. the Jewish community nas grown by leaps and bounds. In the face of this population growth, Federation leaders will have carefully to study means of involving more complete area participation in its important programs commensurate with advancing fund needs. This goal must be considered especially significant because the 1956 campaian also represents a period of major crisis for Israel— principal recipient of Federation funds -a crisis parallel in scope to 1948 and the War of Liberation. What was the special temper of the 1948 Jewish community that made it rise so mightily to the occasion? Is not the 1956 crisis, when Israel again fights for her virtual survival, severe enough to arouse the community's undivided attention as it did eight years ago? How can Federation attain a broader base of Jewish community participation in today's and future campaigns? The answer to these guestions, when found by Miami's central Jewish fund raising and The 1956 goal was actually SI. 350.000. with planning agency, will also contribute to solving an additional $375,000 added as part of Miathe dilemma of its local participating organizemi's share in an overall S25.000.000 national tionsthe methods to be used in serving the emergency UJA campaign to assist Israel in increasing needs of a burgeoning Jewish comcontinuing her North Africa immigration promunity in its cultural, educational, health. g.-am. By May's end. the tally showed these release-tirne and counselling programs, which also supports so many other philanthropies Regular campaign — SI.273.119. Emergency campaign — S218.255. While the total here is shy of SI.500.080. Federation leaders expect it to reach that sum by annual meeting time Wednesday. Nonetheless, even this will fall short of the announced goal for 1956. and we feel that every will have to be made to achieve it. In 1948. with the new-born State of Israel both local and national. These are the issues of central significance to today's and tomorrow's Federation campaigns. Miami Jewry looks forward to Wednesday's annual meeting lor some enlightment in this regard—and for hints to some possible solutions. When the January 14. 1938 Jewish Floridian editorial opined that "Miami Jewish leaders e.-gaged in a battle for its existence against the J"" 8 2 1 ^ et and decide n the emergent need onslaught of seven Arab armies launched but c.ne day after the establishment of independ) Greater Miami contributed SI,485,000 to Federation's annual campaign. Since that time. 'We're Mot Traditional Arms Suppliers of the Mii.-fost" for a Federation, the community came forward one year later with its answer. The Federation campaign of 1956 signifies that the answer was a good one. Much has been done to attain Federation's original vision! The key to its vigor is that it has since broadened this vision with the broadening of the community's horizon. Under the leadership of Stanley C. Myers since 1954. and his predecessors. Greater Miami Jewish Federation has taken strides forward. Mr. Myers' inspirational approach to the manifold problems of fund raising for local, national and overseas needs has helped maintain a level-headed attitude in the difficult problem of budgeting and planning. But much still remains to be done. A growing community does not necessarily, of itself, mean an automatically growing Federation. This or gamzation's new leadership has a staggering job ahead—to continue its efforts toward achieving a well-planned, area-wide program in community coordination for the benefit of Jewry here, across the nation and abroad. Where Do We Go Now? There can be no more eloguent proof that the Arabs do not desire peace than the events taking place at the United Nations this week. After Dag Hammarskjold delivered his report on his recent "mission of peace" to the Near Last, Great Britain came forward with a resolution urging "full compliance" with the armistice agreements. The Arab nations have since done everything m their power-with Soviet Union support —to sabotage the British resolution. The Big Three could not bring peace to the area because they preferred Arab "friendship In achieving" that friendship, they have made it impossible for the UN to do anything about it either. nc Week .. 0 y LEO MINDLIN [HE RECENT gubernatorial election e e IE RECENT gubernatorial election in Florida nr sen ted a victory for the forces of ration „ Presu !" ahly (Jen. Lowry offered voters a one plank platform T^ Ru, resistance to the Supreme Court's desearecai.nn [ i on Un tion at the polls is interpreted by most ooWer" *', His *i cumbent returned to Tallahassee—as the peoolo Includ '"8 u*| succumb to racism and prejudice. s unw '">ngneJ But tha fact is that Gov. Collins ran on a seer-o grieves me to set this down so bluntly i havei hT" plaUor *J Governor, his integrity and his earnest des.Vc to In ?? rt H position of .preeminence. Nonetheless, he sooke „.. fwidiJ gation declaring it to be the custom here ana volTt f 0r everything in his power to guarantee its unchallenged W001 It.is to the Governor's credit, at a time when J T*"""* by virtue of his opponents' exclusive use of racism S nn issue, that he refused to emulate their lead RatherV ca "*1 voted the major part of his campaign to empasis on yZ'i?* taxation, re-apportionment, road construction h-a ,h Florida industrialization, the public school system u Pn • • a • GUARANTEE OF SEGREGATION EXTRA-LEGAL JHUS THE Governor's refusal to stoop to the tactics of his 0M resolved ItoeU to a question of "taste" in the matter of p Z To put II on more familiar terms, there is I vast dif fen-nee hS hotels that practice restriction against Jews and the ThirdX which systematically murdered six million of them But both r*KJ are based upon "exclusion" tact.es. even if they represent tSLk of one another, and must be seen in light of the total racist GetuJI Most disturbing about the victory for the forces of rati thought is that it took into consideration the promise of the win incumbent to maintain segregation in Florida This promisevd tually based upon a second, offering the soporific that seme would of course triumph in the end. There are many elements to be examined here Principal honest is this type of stand? No individual state, or jjroup of" can practically challenge a Supreme Court ruling The demago ranting, the people's sound and fury—these are excellent back for irrational mass movement. But it should be clear that mo,*. is not action. Movement is that on which only the politician, in | worst sense of the word, thrives and that on which the lnsend citizen believes he is practicing democracy. Movement is the stuff of lynchings. violence and other manifa tions of mob rule that mark democracy's opposite—the will to extra-legalism. • • • • • THE DILEMMA OF A LIBERAL GOVERNOR A CTION ONLY is that on which constitutional government *^ proceed in orderly fashion. Thus, the politician—this time, t in the best sense of the word—who vows to maintain a social sys. that has been invalidated by the highest interpreter of the law of I nation is guilty of two things: He trades upon the weakncof insensitive citizen, whose emotions confuse and re-interpret for sonal use the inviolable meaning of constitutional government; virtually preaching insurrection. Certainly Gov. Collins had none of these things in mind. sincerity of his motives, the integrity he brings to his office and devotion with which he fulfills his duties overtly argue against| But he will never be able to reconcile these qualities in his cha with his uncompromising position on segregation For Dade county, this dilemma had particular meaning and the Jewish community consequences that are yet to IK* foresees two occasions—when he defeated Charlie Johns for the unfulf" term of the late Gov. McCarty and on May 8 last—Dade county fig heavily in Gov. Collins' victories. While many Jewish leaders supported Johns for laughable political reasons, they were, along i the rest of the county and state, rather unanimously in the Co' corner this time out. THE DUALISM OP THE JEWISH COMMUNITY THE GOVERNOR'S dilemma highlighted the local Jewish coma ty's dualism in rather painful fashion. On the one hand. Jews supported him because there was no question as to his i ingly good qualities and to his superiority; painfully, or oth they simply turned their eyes from his position on ntc K T,l j* the other hand, many here supported Gov. Collins because, in additj to his excellence as a gubernatorial candidate, he opposed "the mir of the races." Those Jews* who voted for runners-up Lowry and Fuller Wi are principally part of the rigid Southern "traditionalist bloc whom neither Gov. Collins' liberal dilemma nor Southern moral dualism had meaning. Without an alternative candidate possessing qualifications to the Governor's but who would also champion the Supreme ruling, it is for the by far vaster group of Jews in the Collins e that dualism increasingly emerges as an issue. One can not argue that many of these are Collins ites by def But one can argue that, as in the case of the Governor nimse "\ %  must be no compromise in the actions of democratic 8 vernm \ %  with the moral principles on which that government stands. that compromise is possible brings us to an ethical im P a ** f highlighted Gov. Collins' campaign in Dade county and h cl J the consequences of future Jewish dualism in the matter pi tion. Runner-up Lowry, on a television program during his dnj office and in an effort to attack Collins' moderation, showea Negroes then meeting here in a national convention--^*-* Miami Beach kosher restaurant. This, in miniature was to the outcome of integration if carried to its conclusion. 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r0 Rabbis Meet After Separation • %  Discuss Conservatism Page 5 A Dr MaxArzt, vicechanoH.Tewish Theological of hl ijrary ler a *rzt •'I Israel uor Dr. Max Art (right) congratulates Rabbi Alfred Waxmarf on completing his filth year in the American rabbinate. Rabbi Waxman hopes to become qualified for citizenship in the United States in near future. get her more EngUah in the son"There can bo no doubt that !?I S u i B ^ vncv "' beard on Conservative Judaism has been a Orthodox rabbis (even thouuh this k •_ %  absence is effected m keephtgwith "" n """ '' bkS8ta t0 American, Jewry. We pray thai Jewish com-j j 0 f America and past n of the Rabbinical AssemCcnth visited Miami, he tew days with RabM Alfred I spiritual leader of Tem'??. met for the first fiv( years ago, when Rabbi •nn was returning to England In (he United St iting England on They met aboard teen Mary" and spent many Utecussing the principles of -n-ative Judaism It was due infill*'"' of Dr. Art that Waxman returned to this to settle pi-manently. Ihp Conservative movement became a member of the Rab^1 Assembly. After living in ln] „, for five years, it bbi Waxman'a opinion that: Wning from a country that ally only knows of Orthodox Reform Judaism, it has been a datum and a source of deep gfacti"" '" evidence the revitalof ri ligious practice in ica. This, I am convinced, is the fon i-bt of those great .„„, |eadi i who were able to dne a Judaism that could be oUblf to the modern American while 'ill retaining and theniniz the laws and preof Torah and traditional ism. udawu hi become revitalized refreshed through the Con-,a later interpretation pi Ji kative attitude and interpret.!law, the beard waa always considand it seems that even the ered a mark of distinction of the tax movement has been Orthodox Jew and certainly the Influenced and affected by Orthodox rabbi). All this suggests Native practice* [•tendency towards mod "or example the addition of a nd remterpretation which some Jriday e i I 1 vims the i Orthodox rabbis protend to reject," |ing of nun and women to-|according to Rabbi Waxman. lex Fcgei Tckes Son Secon'd Term H) el ted presidents of uple Zion <'<>ngregation and ferhood ntly installed (her with their officers at cereBBI in the Colony restaurant [30. bbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual of Temple Zion, addressed gathering. iitx Pbgel begina his second haras year as president, havalso held the office in 1953. mare Morns Marlin. first vice adent; Morris Weiss, second president Harold Saxe. treasi&ILynn. linancial secretary; Alex Fogi i. recording secre; and Max Rubin, corrc.spond| secretary. terhuwl officers are the MesHarold Saxe, president; Goldberg, Al Lampcrt, Grant and Harold Tokayer, presidentJessie Teitler, nrdinn secretary; Arthur Gold[ttrresponrlm^ secretary; Philip ur, treasurer; Seymour Samfinancial secretary; and Sid' Pascal, parliamentarian. WE KXTKKMiXATi-l CHINCH BUGS! MO 7-9207 SERVING GREATER MIAMI Free Estimate — With No Obligation FREE LIQUID FERTILIZER WRITTEN f.l AHWTIi; Complota Garden Supplies for Florida Living SEED & GARDEN SUPPLY 6714 W. FLAGLER ST. — MO 7-9207 > %  V^-V^~\^~v-—v^-v^-\ GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS Woody's Texa*o SaM'ifcic Batteries Tires Lubrication Specialists — Gas Oils "Service with a Smile 470 N.W. 5th STREET PHONE FR 3-9533 REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month Guarantee—$7.50 up, exch. EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS — REASONABLE PRICES — BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS II I-VOLT RATTERY MFG. |1850 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 9-3451" immities in other countries will re-1 ceive and be blessed by it." SERVICE TO yOU OUR SATISFACTION Phone 9-8138 H. Oppenheimer OPPEY'S AUTO REPAIRS GENERAL REPAIRS Aff Makes of Cars 160 S.W. 1st STREET Baby Die-Dec Diaper Service "GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE 9-5593 "Your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure" PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ZANDERS LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1343 LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE Carpet Laving and Repairing RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones 9-1155 & 32 2007 ACE RUG CLEANERS FURNITURE CLEANING "Prompt Day and Nioht Service" MeCORJIICK-BOYETT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS For Sales, Service or Repairs Phone PL 7-4793 • PL 9-6081 9443 PARKWAY ORIVI MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA rSWV/A^Aa [GORDON ROOFING AND MET METAL WORKS JM. 22nd AVI. fk. HI 6 5140 2 your roof repaired now; you £tt., on n v* roof later Jtiifa t ti ry Work by ^"Perienced Men" "Honor Thy Father" ilnou„,, ,',„„ fcnllmen th n tidbtt h,br'"'' a laming raomienendona the !l mu ill lu ,-rvrJ rs and the T ** Nuldera uf memorial* tive <.f the Irvea For our customers 1 hour free parking in the duPont Building Garage.



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Page 6 A +Jcwlst>ncricf/ton Friday. J Un 8 Maloff Reeiected Zamcra Chief; Joint installation Hears Judge Nathan Ai>r.iii;tm .1 Malofl wai UiiUlMiL Fraud lent ol Zamora Jewish I W Men's club officer* include Har1 -it c 'rkv M n P ey MdArthu h lrV4n -M'll'T. president; \h, v't Mrs .lack nd dramatic incidents i Rashi Exercises included the awarding < t the Jacob tad Adele K-iplan .'-chidar'hip by a representative <>i the Rabhinical Assn. "t Great) i Miami and presentation "f the new Ratner Achievement Award Diplomas were presented by r.abb. Vaakov Rosenberg, Morris i Simon April. Leon Kronish, Irvine Lehman and Alfred Waxman, and Herbert ,-tant i irecl the Bu au, to graduof Beth David. Coral G :: School, ] SholODI, TemI le Eman i E3 and Temple / tools and the Hebrew I Graduating were Robi ri At moff, i1 %  Indgin, Phj Ills Katz, Una Klonskj i evy, Alfre i Melticr, Harvej Meltzer, Juliet Sehachno, Shirah Skop, Warren Teitelman ;nd Ruth Weinstein, of the Hebrew High School; Arthur Sher. Joseph Baum. Alan Kamen. GeraM I. m Martin Orlin. Ira Paten, Alan T^GUST BROS R V/ AM tk., Rl if Schreidell, and %  Schwartxman, "f Beth David Cooon. • %  ( m "•< i i Inda Salamon, Arlene Skop Sheila Better and i" Ann Rubel, of Coral Gables Jewish Center; Gale Libman, Barrj Nadler, Harvej Satt, Adam JefSchwadron, and Michael Siivennan, ol Miami Hebrew School. trlene \-h. Victor Bailey, Gary Elliot Diener, Susan Creonberc and loan Kratish, of Temple Beth Shol*m; Stuart Auerbach, Elaine Baaa, 'erome Baaa, sherry Brachar, Robert Feinuenliaum. Stanley Halpern. Russell Herman. Howard HITM h iield. Rofr Lefft, Robert Mandel. Alan Medof, Jack Rabin, of Temple Emanu-F.l. Joan Loaa, Rochelle Lynn, SumIner Garta and Arnold Graati of liinple Zion. ly. at a joint dance in MBchal'l re-taurant Sunday evening. Acaordlng to Bernard Miller, chairman of the total Installation committee. Hon. Raymond (; Nathan. jatfgtJ Of the --mall claims! court, Was principle speaker. In addition to Mr Maloff, the following also assumed their posts: N ith.m Devidow, vice president;' Morns Moakowttx, treasurer; Ar-. thur Deutsih. parliamentarian; Rubin, financial •• William Locke, recording rj; and Irvin Dien. corresponding s e cret a ry. cted for a three-year term on [the board f directors were Isidore (Chip) Diamond. Harold Rejnh. M IV l'errlman MIMIIIHTN Of board with two yaan to Nrn are Joseph Ostrie. Dr. Sidney MOM Memben Of the board with one to sam are Benjamin I'n-d man. Jerome 1-ieberman in Bhulman. Sisterhood officers are the Meadamasj Harold Relnhard, president; ; h Ostrie, vice president: Murray Shiilman. vice president: bi(hire (( linn Diamond, vice president: Nathan DaWtdoW, \ ice dent: Ruth SHig. recording -•( -retary: Norman Angel, corresponding secretary: I. \ in Dien. financial s.tretary; Samuel Ral>enowich. treaurer; William Lock*, parliamentarian; and B. Leon jHurowita, chaplain. Members of the executive board of the Sisterhood are the Mesdames Ruth Mar-on. Abraham J. Maloff, Irma Tescher, Morris Moskowitz, Ann Cutler, Irving Klein and Louis 'fdman. |dent of Miami, was elected honoray trustoc. the first to be feaignated in the histun. of the Temple. The following were elected to serve on the board of Minimi LtO Ackerman. Al>e Arnnovitz. David BfaSa, B F. Danbaum. Ottl Feuer, Louis K. Goldman, Max Hoffman, David Hochberg. Albert I. Jacobs, Howard Kane, Morris Klass, William Lehman. Robert Lewin and Mrs Edith Ruffner. Dan B. Ruskin. Lewis I. Serbin. Joseph R. Stein. Bernard Stevens. •Harold Thurman. Leonard Wien, Joseph Weintraub and Adoiph Wertheimer. wedding | | fashion show | | banquet at the exciting new... r**,*. !" Seville at %  nets! Because of our matchless facilities, and experienced management and expertly trained staff, we can serve any event for much less # than you could imagine' Yet you will enjoy all the glamour and excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel 1 And remember-here at the Seville— a luncheon for ten or a banquet for over a thousand can be served with tbe same gracious ease' Cmsiilt DS UN PHONE Ml HARFEHIST Catena! Maufir Mill Sfricfiy Kosher Catering JEfferson 2-2511 OCEANFRONT. 2th TO 30th STREETS. MIAMI BEACH Social Gatherings | of All Kinds y •* %  tiortu-s St weddings luncheons v reteption* 'of^tfK'v^i^nr JC ami ayony On The IksM. 3Jod to U ; la thr bt.si KOSHEI CAlMl" 5 froJIT. rNM '• • <""'"• fc '" ;fHj 0 N.W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PH0NI Umdtr fe*in.cof S.*nrllJ M ,.. Tl0 iM OfIN HOUSE WE00IN0S Ml MITZVAHS PT,



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-m VA I Guild Meets to Discuss Summer Promotion, Members Members of the Handbag and Jewelry Guild of South Florida met lad weak for lunch at the Algien hotel, according to president Nate Fisher, 1 ha organization of handbag and Jewelry retailers discussed summer promotions, increased membersbip and general welfare. The Guild, created to foster better relations between retailers and Page 7 A | customers, is now in its fifth year, lit number-, some ;i(i ts. Levi Plumbing Company % %  Established 1924" 214? S.W. 3rd ST. CALL M4I6 m" ^—.-.
• %  Max Walt, Ben p. S, Eisenberg, Mrs. W. %  >*. Ethel Bloom, Mrs.| *J. Mrs K. Goldstein,, I ttd Mrs r.ussie Margin. n Harold Shapiro and u '" installing officers. Saw w yr* MTIBOR H. STERN ["•""ngron Av.., M B. JE 8-2205 — JEM 969 ^arj recently reFishkind. Tampa, past turned from a trip to Israel, attend ed the Sunday olosing banquet Pre-eon vent ion memorial services were held Friday at Monticello Park Congregation, with I: Isaac Lerer officiating and state department commander Robert Fishkin as guest speaker. Clinic was held Saturday for post commanders, senior and junior vice commander* and adjutants and quartermasters. Business teasions continued Sunday, with Commander Kaminsky addressing the closing banquet on his report to Secretary of State Dulles following his return from the Near East From Hartford. Conn., Kaminsky was elected national commander at rtie Jewish War Veterans of the United States 60th encampment in Miami Beach last October. Elected new state department commander was Nat GabCy, of Hollywood. Others are Buddy Logue, Coral trustee; Robert MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director Hartley's Auto Top Shop The Beat In Mcderiala and Workmanship 1234 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone FR 3-8997 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 'Miami's Leading Memorial Serving the Jewish Community Sine* MIAMI'S ONE AND ONLY O Physicians' Wives Bid Adieu Physicians' Wives club held Its last mntillm of the current s, Tuesday evening. The informal party, which replaced the regular business meeting, was held at the home of Mrs. Bernard Abel, 740 Cremona ave. Lula Jones flowers for All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers • Potted Plants • Corsages • Funeral Designs • Weddings • Parties 1910 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 4-5790 JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING EXCLUSIVELY 10 THE HWISH CLItNlfLi Dealers" 1926 GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY MONUMENTS AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I o GRAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES F0OTSTONES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save! All Monuments Custom Mad* in Our Own Shops Within 3 Omys I 3277 • 79 • II SOUTHWEST 8th STREET Next to Cornet at 33rd A


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Page 8 A State Supt. to Address Hebrew Academy Grads 800 Pay Tribute To Retiring T( presented bOok Pr ttbe State d cipal speaker at tfcr mwim *i CRa demy ua tbe ASper* %  ->rdiaf. to ros. |i at kraal tto* i -t t ja d aa tw e*ass n tbe b:the Academy. Most of the the 1956 class hare tied the Academy (ram Am'hrough • be *aid. Dr. Bailey is Florida %  13th enntendent of public mstraeUea. taking the in JanuaryIMS. Be U BOH >er\ing his second term of office and unoppo>ed in the 19*6 primaries lor re-election to a third %  Invocation aril] be I bj tin Katz. and the bened. Sttiarl Kimmel. both member* i : the graduating class. Auar i-nt in mathe•(,-•: %  will be presented by the PT \ laaj Women's and •£ j^ e >*,-h Fl-.ndian to Klein to two M.xth grade student* the 'udert of the graduating cla Also to be presented are a Rose ; i ail be ,,„. excellence in Knglish hteraRitter scholar>hip award and a ture and jourr... -M Annual aaaaj R-e and Harry scholarship medal, award frees to a ith grader by Graduating i 0 n I It s of the Elks lodge ol Miami Beach Perry Ciment. Sheldon Ciment, will be presented by Maurice Letter Fen-ierheim. I>eonard Fink Sarah Gill. HiMel Glover. Rohert Gropper. Elliott KaU. Martin ; -uiart Kimmel. Jay Makorsfcy, Jay Mi'.ler. Dorothy s. Eileen Nussbaum. Michael Resnick. Jay Sach*. Jerrold Selevan. Jack Shapiro and Adinah in. persons, Philip Homer jammed the Rubaiyut room of the BIK;, Algiers hotel last week to pay tribute to Mrs. lone Hill, who is retiring at principal of Biscayne Elementary School after 30 years of teaching in Dade county. Virtually all those present had been former pupils or colleagues werr of the beloved educator during her tograph. r 3P year* in the school system, the minute 2r5 Ti Mr Hill WBh "*"** by „| u^J G >"fr ,m her Br i.( !" *"vere bf*?' Miami IWh 1 7 fl i A Pair oli of Prcmiifc. nine in South Carolina. Mrs. HoluZ.lT'?'"* by Kil l AH ,„ Savage headed the reaerva!" £U? turns committee. y cniM %  In a "This is Your Life. Mrs. PowelTw^' ?"? K Ma H Hill • tvpe presentation, a parade pupil r __ ,!f d >' her j of former students and fellow Councilman M1" %  n **l teacher* praised the jubilant Mrs. also present A-l","** for her great contribution in from the v.a'iii S^V shaping the futures of all of us Department w **!* Rabbi Mayer Akrarnowitr. North Wood Hue v. wkfl, ,!* Shore Jewish ("enter, delivered the Feller presented a DIMI invocation while Rev. John L Wacaj c | u ^ Venches. Church By the-Sea. gave Other^ preami ,„ the benediction. : ner Me] en, Malvma and L Ed Newman, member of Mrs. I-iebermar, Judge Han-1 Hills cla of 36. acted as master Judge Marvin EnelandZT of ceremonies. He introduced Mrs. Katz Left is Nathan Perlmutter. newly appointed Florida regional director of Anti-Defamation League. B'nai B'rith. being welcomed to community by George KronengoW. newry installed president of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith. at ceremonies May 6 in the Saxony hotel. croups. SAVE rOI TOMOfiROW WHCBE YOU CAN BORROW FOB TODAY Saaiap I — %  Vh r laterest Ptrteul L*i • Aati Leaaj X.rfct Dcsssrtary laakief. by Mai Ltitert •( CctsTt Safety Dtpeut lam Nlff FreVrel aVamttl laiaranre Ceraersnea BANK f MIAMI BL\(H 937 WASHINGTON AVENUE Jn Harmony c.'*a Writ* far Free Boaklet Yaar Haats, tlaajcaa mm4 iti Lawts Im the Maaafeias-lra' AVE W.. NCNDCtSONVH.Lf, N.C. 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LIGIOUS DIRECTORY 4T H ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle K Rabbi Isaac *var. |;||| i" lei ,i,„ in,,. Kthie. oi tfc \ • • EMES. 2343 Coral Way. i DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avt. Livt R bbi Y koy RoM,v William W. LIpson. 'Education ilnn" < % %  '* Mttvli: I Mr and Mi. Ia> 9 a,m. Jfrwti'i. -' %  ,,f Ml Hl 1 %  500 SW 17th ava. Or[Uibbi Shmaryahu T. SwirLoois Gartanhaoa. H"" • • EM ETH. 12201 NW 17th I ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia eve. Rabbi H. Louis Rott, m Bar U cia % %  %  %  ." p II>. • • I JACOB. 301-311 WashincjOrthodox. Rabbi Tibor Maurice Mamches. I %  in • RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd fthftdox. Rabbi Aria Backer. %  • • ITFILAH. 935 Euclid eve. Lj. Rabbi Joseph E. RackovLL CABLES CENTER. 320 i lit. Liberal. Rabbi Morria Cantor Irving Robinson. mon: "Jej*h |n:i.n ol Mai i ice Saturday Mlnvah: l.,-.-lir. win of %  inner. e a a KLER-GRANADA. 50 NW Canservativa. Rabbi Lao 1:12 p.m. :• n.m. Bur ilrn'ii Man i ~"n .if Mr. ami ith.n 11. K. Mine ha t:4i IEW ACADEMY. 911 %  6th ox. Rabbi Alexander r'' •> ii.m. S-rI .Mm. li.i 1:13 IAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 i w • • ESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE Homestead. Consarvativa. (Gerti officiates. • • LYWOOD BETH SHOLEM. "roe st., Hollywood. Con• Rabbi Samuel Larar. • • • LYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. %  f., Hollywood. Consarvl"*****' 0vid Shapiro. Cantor i Heilbraun. k'u-l '"" Sermoo: "flevt-n n "in Children Should • •' Unsuace." Mat•-•I W.-.-klv I'.,iMTE CENTER. 3191 SW Conservative. Rabbi Mor*y. Cantor Samuel I '-•.tiirrlav :J0 a.m. ''.<• I. MOII of Mr. and • • • H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid rthodox. R.bbi Jonah 'Cantor Abraham Saif. Saturday 8:30 a.m. a • DER DALE EMANU-EL. ^Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudar|Werm Rabbi Marius Ranv. • • • NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st. Consarvativa. R.bbi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein • • • SOUTH DAOE JEWISH CEN TRR. S. Miami Community Hall Reform. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa ev. Libarel. R.bbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kalemer. • • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor Ban Grossberg. a • a TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrm.n. Cantor Philip Brummer. Krliliiy >; p in '•Weekly I •onion PnylllM \'c>: dauthti r % %  i>r nnr! Hern iilowin. Federation Annual Meeting Wednesday "in Tap Howard Kane for President Page 9 A Continued from P.oe 1 A Mr.. Farm.,. s ( .|„. .,„ hn ^ and Harold Ana, Nominated to ierv n i-creterv Ll t 5 m, 2! Sim n '". chair. !" ol the Women's DMsfon in the rnrnt Combined Jewish Anpeal drive which exceeded Its assigned quota. Milton A FTied m:m one ol the pioneer workers m Federation, was nominated to serve as associate secretary, and Leo • baikln as associate treasurer. The latter two position! are MilJ"'i to adoption of the amendment establishing these offices. •lack Carrier, leader of the WinCANDUUGHTING TIME Sivcm 29 — 6:52 p.m. tor Residents Division and the; Miami Beach Areas Division, was 2043 nominated to serve as treasurer. Samuel N. Friedland was named for the second year to serve as chairman of the Trustees, and Sidney Lefcourt was nominated vice chairman. fRIGID KING with the magnetic touch Auto Air Conditioning, Inc. 3551 TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstain. • • • TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami. P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Reform. see TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th st. Consarvativa. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Friday 7 p.m Sermon: %  Tli, OraduPartli-I|mnt>< Kumnei i IMaiie Grant, Joan Loas and Ruchelle I .win S.i! III .1... I a.m. • • • TIPERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ava. Consarvativa. Rabbi Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert Gleet tt. Friday sjn p.m. Cantata: "What is the 8/nagoauv 1'artU-lpantn Martin t>U'ii< iff. HI. Hhei i.l. in Oolln. Rhmla iliaiii. Mike Hartman Jerry Lev) iJoroth) Ma > r. Mirharl Malnlck, ivu Paul, Hum Perlman, Mitrian Querldo, Vvette Rubin S dav t .. in Sermon: "Demi Trend* In th. Ilil.lr • • • TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave. American Judaism. Rabbi Abraham Cassal. • • • ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ave. Consarvativa. Rabbi B. Laon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph Brill. Saturd.-iv mornins v '•" %  %  '' %  "' \ %  ii Btuart, -"'i "i Mr and Mrli VIIIK I '• %  l i .in. Sei mon: "The Mel ii.U \'..i.t-.-." Kane's nomination is equivalent to official election inasmuch as no nominations are permitted from the floor at the annual meeting and the deadline is past for submitting the names of additional nominees. Kane succeeds Stanley C. Myers, founder president who has served four terms in the important post Ol the major Jewish agency in the '•i cater Miami .iron Th. .., „„„ N.W. 14th AVE.-Ph. N. MIAMI AVE.-Ph. NE FR 5-7951 4-1615 Hotel, Motel, Apartment House & Home Owners— MAKE YOUR BEDDING OVER like newGuaranteed new material. SLEEPRITE BEDDING MFG. CO. Phone TU 7-1563. PATIO FLOORS and WALKS CLEANED or RESURFACED. Keystone or flagstone. Also masonry and stone repair. Hotel work a specialty. Phone FR 4-7347. Greater Miami area. 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CALL RAY, FR 4-7153 The new Federation chairman is a member of the prominent Kane family from Providence, R.I., Manny Mandel, manager of which is noted nationally for its Pumpernik's restaurant, has extensive philanthropic and cornbeen named cantor of Congremunal activity. He is a member qation Monticello Park, North' oi Temple Israel Synagogue and Miami Beach, according to an belongs to Westview country club, announcement by Rabbi Isaac Kane was formerly affiliated with i i i*~.,.;,.„u„' ;,;.,.„! Wi. tne --ercantile N^'.ior.al Bank of Lerer, Monticello spiritual leader. Mapai Leadei ship Still Problematical Continued from Page 1 A Miami Beach. EDMONSON'S TRANSFER MOVING and HAULING. Padded Van Service anytime. My price is right. Hour or Flat. Ph. MU 1-5493. TOM SPAGN0L0 Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Conen Fifth Avenue, New York City 1654 LENOX AVENUE Oft Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3428 BARTH BENNITT DAY CAMP $30 a Month 2901 S.W. 7th St. HI 8-1407 Additional trustees nominated to serve for the coming year include Shepard Broad. George Chertkof, Mrs. Louis Glasser. Sam A. GoldaasaaaeaoBaaaaeaeaiaaaajaaaaaa:—s^^— stein, Dr. Morris Goodman, Leon MEN and WOMEN 1 Jacobs, M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe TAKE ORDERS TO ALL MAGAZINE SUB| Kurman. Sam C. Levenson, David : SCRIPTIONS. Unusually high cemmisPhillips, Joseph M. Rose, Arnold! sion paid doily. Full or port time. Seeder and Harry Sirkin. Apply all week, locol work. Rm. 1115, .._... I Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Miami s Named as honorary trustees; Mogaline $ ub ription Agency. were Moses Ginsberg and Marcie KBLLO PARK. 164th st. ''th ave. Conservative. I"**c Lerar. i.i'. I*al unlay HEBRPW SCHOOL. 1101 ".**•• Orthodox. Rabbi Si*' Cantor Berala Kelemer. > urn 1 mine .,1111 Bffi %  • 'BADE CENTIR. 13430 ko.7 Con ** n '*tlva. Rabbi "*'•• %  Cantor MUwrke Test Arab Defiance Of Resolution in UN Continued from Page 1 A ceptable" Arab-Israel peace move, surprised the British delegation by his attitude, since the Soviet leaders Nikita Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Bulganin coined the phrase "mutually acceptable peace" for the settlement of the Arab-Israel conflict. The British delegation was expecting instructions from its government in London as to how to act in the light of the rough treatment which the Arabs, backed by the Soviet delegation, are giving [ the resolution. The Israel delega-, tion has, expressed itself in favor j of the resolution, which came in consequence of the report submitted to the Security Council by UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold following his return from his "peace mission" in the Middle East where he succeeded in securing a cease-fire pledge both from Israel and the neighboring Arab countries. iimy has continued unchecked. Currency in circulation has risen by ten per cent within the past SO.LibVrman" d l>v Over 200 members of the board The apparent showdown of the of governors were also recommenddrive to draft Mr. Shared for the ed by Wc inkle's nominating company post brought lo the fore the mitu c Tncsc include elective possibility of Mrs. Myerson s selec\ g 0ve rnors and legates of member tion. One of the principal reasons orKa nizations. J advanced for her selection is that ia switch in labor ministers u-milii be far less confusing to both world land domestic opinion at the pres'ent critical stage of events. Should Mrs. Myerson take the post, it is generally thought here that her Cabinet position would go to Mordecai Namir. now general secretary of the Histadrut. the Israel Federation of Labor. Speculation on Mr. Namir's replacement in that key job centered on Pinhas Lavon. one-time Minister of Defense in the Cabinet which Mr. Sharett headed, following Mr. Ben Gurions first retirement from Israel top political assignment. Advice Given on Life Dr Abraham Wolfson is continuing his talks on "The Art of Living" every Sunday evening at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th st and Ocean ci. This Sunday evening. Dr. Wolfson will speak •Live in the Present." on Gentleman Wishes to Meet Young Lady UNDER 35, GOOD H0MEMAKER, manager and companion. Matrimony object. Samuel Goldstein, 583 Boulevard, N.E., Apt. 7, Atlanta 8, Georgia. MIAMI INVESTIGATORS SUITE 207 PLAZA BUILDING Day end Nioht Phone 82-6678 Civil. Criminal and Iniurance Investigation!. Alexander Stolfi and Avery Wilhelm. Directors. *J:o!ipio *S& ^DV bnsi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •4S MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-3595 Bascom's Pet Shop Dealers in BIRDS, ANIMALS and SUPPLIES. 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r i 1 • Page 10 A +Jewist> FhrMtor SAM Mil Slit — German Judge Raps Widespread Vindication of Rulings The widespread judicial vindication <>f N ;i/1 measures by Lbs courts <>f present-day Germany, I the judicial "cold sabol ol Indemnification for Nazi vh> ims, an assailed in a remarkably outspoken article published in ihe monthly periodical of the ccrman Public Service Trade Union by I>r. Walter OttO, one "t the Justices ol the Supreme A I minlstrative Court for Weal Gei many and West Berlin. The jurist recently propound, d the view that the indemnification ol individual Nad victims should raift ahead of expenditures for I new German Army. The West German Federal Republic administers the assets "I the bankrupt Nazi regime, he held, and in its capacity as bankruptcy receiver it is legally obligated to accord first priority to indemnification claims. In his article, he gives the reasons why Nazi laws were necessarily illegal and concludes that their violation ofl nnti-Nasi grounds therefore involves no taTnt ol criminality. Justice otto then blaati the hundreds ( .f German nidges who "equate the criminal and monstrous Nail p".:ime with a legitimate state" and rule, for example, that someone thrown into a concentration camp lor listening to non-German radio stations inot %  Nazi victim, and hence not entitled to indemnification, be cause any soverign state would equally have had the prerogative of prohibiting wartime listening to foreign broadcasts Judges who hand down such sentences, Dr. Otto declares, are open to the picion that they "serve the forces that, barely concealed are busily at work to justify and to resuscitate the Nazi regime." Bzhihitinf %  degree of courage unprecedented in recent years on III IIS SMKROTY — Bias O.K. Since Arab Base is Needed Administration authorities maintain that a U S airbasc leased from Saudi Arabia is of such great strategic value that the United States must give in to the requirement that American Jews be barred from the ban. Otherwise, it was pointed out. Saudi Arabia would not renew the lease Others say. however, that alternative airbases within easy range %  1 the Soviet Union are available and the installation in Saudi Arabia is not so vital that IS should translate Arab hate into official American discrimination agaio-t IS. Jewish citizens. It is known, too. that Christian clergymen, including U.S. army chaplains, have been affected by anti-Christian prejudices in Saudi Arabia. The issue llao raised the question of the status of Saudi Arabia's thousands of slaves. If the U.S. acquiesces to prejudice 1st its own nationals, how it 1H> expected to use influi i C to bring about humane treat• of citizens of other counTbe question ( ,f human rights in Saudi Arabia was raised recently in a Senate Subcommittee hearing on forced labor and slavery Charles W. Greenidge. testifying for the British AntiSlavery Society, pointed out that there exists a direct ratio between the flow of millions of dollars of American oil money to ruling Saudi sheiks and the revival and growth of slavery in Saudi Arabia. Greenidge said that an attractive slave girl will now fetch as much as $1,120 and an able bodied man about S420 Formerly, he said the cost was a "fraction of those prices." It is American oil money flooding the country that has put more wealth into the hands of the luxuryloving ruling classes This is stimulating the demand for and raising the prices of slaves." he said It can be argued that Aramco and the I'.S. Government have no right to exercise any sort of control over the use made of oil revenues. The point is made that this is a matter of concern only to the Saudi Arabians. the part ol I judge presently M the bench of I top tribunal, he goes so far as to publicly charge ; subordinate court, the Civil Service Disciplinary Chamber in West Berlin with 'a positive attitude toward Nazi ideas." Last \.;u tins Chamber dealt with a n high school teacher who. offering the frank admission that I mi and will always remain an anti-Semite." had adamantly refused to admit two Jewish stu dents tn his class, and was therefore dismissed from the school s\ tern. The Chamber granted him substantial severance pay, after terming his l>ehavior "understandable from the human aspect." This prompts Justice Otto to write bitterly that "it seems already to have been forgotten that 6.000.000 Jews lost their lives in consequence of Nari crimes.*' • • • The secretary general of the Ontral Council of Jews in Germany. Dr. H. G. van Dam. has registered a strong protest against the anti-Israel articles filed from the Arab part of Jerusalem by a leading Nazi journalist, and featured by one of the two most influential dailies in West Germany. The daily is "Die Welt." for many years after the war the official German-language organ of British Military Government and now published by German press tycoon Axel Springer. The correspondent it has sent to the Middle Fast is Giselher Wirsing. a violent Jew-baiter who was editor-inchief of a major daily and of various magazines during the Nazi era. He wore the uniform of a major in the SS and served as an "information expert" orwthe staff of the Main Reich Security Office, supreme SS headquarters. In 1941. he lectured on "Secret Jewish World Politics" at the grand Frankfurt opening of the notorious Nazi "Institute for Research into the Jewish Question As late as 1944. vicious antiSemitic diatribes from his pen appeared in Germany. His standing as an "expert" on Middle Eastern affairs is based chiefly on a sneeringly anti-Zionist book he issued, with strong Nazi endorsement, HOMS SMOI.AR — Organizations Set Priority on Importance of Work They Do The 18 largest Jewish communities outside Net" York—organized by the Council ol Jewish Fedoraand Welfare Funds into I body which proidea for equttabla allocations by local communitiei to national Jewish organizations are now intensifying their activities Their central body. WV as thi i it) Budgeting Conference, is ..ining the budgets of the American .lewis), lewisb Labor Committee, United Bias Service American Association for Jewish EducaJewish War Veteran-. National Jewish Wei nS Board and others Together with the leaden of each organisation lived, the LCBC is care! ill) snalyi it bask minimum budgets which represent not campaign goals, but actual operating needof the inization In addition to recommending minimum operating levels for each of the organizations. UAMJL € ARSONS' — Frid %  ay.Jua, ON THE %  *• %  *—*"-... Bo..* lUtsever Mary M.mll,,, ,, // report on a new and ttpOfictnt wor\. MEMOIRS OF AMERICAN JEWS 17751865 Vol u. Marcus. The Jewish Publication Society of \1 y phis. 1?S6. $4.00. y Am,r, The third volume of Prof. Jacob R Marcus collect!, !" J from American Jewish biography during the period frn iJL has just been published by the Jewish Publication SorJu. Like the first two volumes, this one presents^-I?' Banalities, some known and some unknown, who set forth • m words the significant events and experiencewhich the I the course of their busy and eventful li\ } "** Each of these excerpts is preceded by a brief but introduction by Dr. Marcus himself. u Among the personalities to be found in this volume-J Ernst Troy, a clothing manufacturer; Salomon De Rothschiu telligent visitor to the United States at the time of the (5 Louis A. Gratz, who rose from peddler to regimental CM Simon Baruch. surgeon in the Confederate army; Samuel the labor leader; Adolphus S. Solomons, who presents cences of Abraham Lincoln; and many others This completes Dr. Marcus' series. The three volumes. to members of the Jewish Publication Society and through are an invaluable contribution to the understanding of Jew pation in the development of the United States. MiLTOS FRiEDMAN — White House Guest Man With ft the LCBC also giveconsideration to priority needs lor additional funds Instead of presenting an undifferentiated request for additional funds in all areas of its work, each national organizations bj aafctd to define specifically in what order it would spend limited additional funds which might l>c forthcoming. In this wayeach organization defines its own priorities and clarifies for the local communities what it considers mo-t important in its own program. The LCBC has been of benefit not only to the larRer cities making up the group, but to Jewish federations and welfare funds throughout the country. The findings and conclusions of the LCBC are being made available to all communities through the Conucil of Jewish Federations and Wei I.,re Funds Thus, each community, large or small, is guided by these conclusions when it makes its allocations for national agencies When President Eisenhower recently received Gen. Wladyslaw Anders as a White House guest, the Polish general attracted little attention. The interest he did elicit, however, came from Jews who knew his record. Anders is today described as a patriot and leader of the "free Polish" forces in exile. In prewar Poland he was found among the extreme nationalists. He was accused during the 1930's of attempting to unite Polish antiSemitic elements in a fascist-type political party. But. as a Polish nationalist, he opposed Nazi Germany when Hitler invaded Poland. When Hitler attacked the Soviet Union. Stalin helped Anders equip a new Polish army. Anders moved his army to Iran in August. 1942. In Anders' camp at Teheran the Jews were separated into a ghetto. When 300 Jewish children were ready for evacuation to Palestine. Andre's elite Poles whispered to Iraqi authorities in an attempt to obstruct the journey. Anders' army served in Italy as the Second Polish Corps of the British Eighth Army. Some historians credit the Poles with achieving a measure of military distinction in combat. Jews fought bravely as sold Anders. But they su..„, their officers despite the! they were fighting the sal Near the end of the**] freed a number of Ni Allied prisoner of war i the pretext that they who had lieen "forced" ler's service. After the war, in 1948.1 York Herald Tribune that 20 percent of An was made up of Nazi Nazi war criminals of Eastern European orifjl provided with a haven byl He made them officers! corps. Among those to be Anders' postwar corps' Mankowski, commander I fuhreri of the Nazi con camp at Krems; Henr)H commander of torture Austria. Dr. Wladyslaw| named on an intematifl war criminals fur hi> penmen!on living Je sebwitz; Henrys Statke Alexander Prymak. aided the S S. and assa massacre of Jews, and Father I \.,!iajeu-ku the Ukrainian SS. divii cia" which was creditedj archives with the ma* I thousands ol Jews. XATHAX ZII'RIX — The Teaching Prospect Ahead of Huzzas Are Powerful for Dag But What Was Achieved? Document 3 359(5 has been before the Security Council, and the world, for more than a month now. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. author of that document, which containhis full report on the "peace" mission to the Middle East, has been applauded, thanked, congratulated No one here begrudges Hammarskjold his bansaa. Hi ihighly C !< cuied for his skill, tact, diplomacy and absolute honesty by all—not only by delegations but even by thoroughly cynical correspondent But. conversely, no one in the know here has failed to notice that the Council's mandate to the secretary general had contained three verv specific instructions— and that not one ol these task t been accomplished. In its mandate, the Council had asked Mr. Hammarskjold to survey and report on "the various aspects of enforcement and compliance" with the armistice agreements to which Israel is a party along with the governments of Egypt. Jordan. Syria and Lebanon. But beyond such a survey, the UN Chief was instructed to try to implement three specific measures. When Mr Hammarskjold was asked, upon return from his mission, whether Gen. Burns will continue in his post—the General's second year in the office expires in August of this year—the UN chief replied: "Although he has already overstayed by far his promise to me (GOB Hums was appointed originally only one year) he will stay on as long as the present situation is what it is" The prospect of a generation without teachers is too horrible a thought to contemplate, but my cood friend Dr. Samuel Margoshes, I fear, was not guilty of understatement when he recently gave that title to an article dealing with the problem of Jewish education in America. The problem, as I have repeatedly pointed out in these colums, is not how to attract more children to Jewish schools, but how to attract more competent teachers to a profession whose extinction must inevitably mark the very disintegration of our cultural and religious life The gravity of the situation is such that, if by some miracle, our young were to start swarming to our Jewish schools we would be compelled to turn them back not so much because of lack of physical facilities but because of a tragic dearth in teachers that is due primarily to the financial inadequacies they encounter in a profession which must be most remunerating if it [j the able and the truly | Over five thousand ne teachers will be need*" next decade even if d revolutionary increase tration. Vet the varionsl training schools are eU turn out only about one I teachers. There is perhaps "O Enhancing the teacher*! and value and po*"0l community may be an t,ve. Building better c and facilities may pe !" some help. the Jewish teacher on age earns about 53 P* r income his counter**! In the general sch ool*] in ,he small comm^J country, the Hebrew** generally >o undeipjj" must augment <~ through otherj *m must in their veryJM*" from their cMic* cators.



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,8.1956 rartzman Will Address Graduates ^2*5It*+far> Communi \ea p Sunday, lazier (iranui enter will' according •meni l:a ,,,i Le0 giouncL' Schwa' executive director of the Bureau t>| Jewish education, will address pupils and their parents on "Whj Hebrew School?" The Morris Fischer award scholastic achievement, good con duct and Sabbath get ttend ance will be prevented I MfttPl PlfllK jF'*cr. Report cards wiU tie ih. trihuted by Mrs. Pearl Reisman, chairman of the education commit' tee Robert Brown, president ( ,f the j Center, will bring greetings on behalf of Flagler Granada. Page 11 A LEGAL NOTICE %  II i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unde ilrint I,, engage in buslm • i tlic rietltlouR nan • "f UIHCAYNE MQl'l >R HTOR1 I > I -.1 I t*l %  IM. i_ lorlda. "Si\I; UflHT RAE I. I |I;MT tier Season hotel, the largest ac h resorl which obBry food laws, will re^"ihrouKhimt the summer, In gam \\ aldman, man...tor. fety-room hntr-l will enter uierc summer season by both European and Anv |)ow cost package plans to added that the resort attempt to attract local bv featuring weekend plan specials at the hoi" weekend special includes me, the traditional ni?ht dinner—and two |Crown hotel opened in r after a new wing, costing [million dollars, was added ..! building, which famous Lord Tarleton. ilitli include two • %  • %  anside din1 which almost an floor, Olympic-site swimli and caba.;,-. c icktail lounge fchtchib. on rooms i; Ml rooms ..Honed. v O MANNAE/BJEH 1, JAU. JorM, andMra.Ua*, I Agudath Israel Will Pay Tribute to Board Member Agudath Israel Hebrew Instititute will pay tribute Saturday to ( one of its charter members. Harry Cammer, on his 75th birthday celebration. Cammer is one of the directors of the synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Cammer, formerly of Far Rockaway, N.Y.. arc permanent residents of Miami Beach and make their home at 520 7th st. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will dedicate his sermon, during the Satur day morning service, to Cammer and speak on 'The Road to Everlasting Happiness %  NOTICE UNDER %  %  : %  FICTITIOUS NOT.CN AME L *W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that WAVrMA**K& B Ur ** %  11 ti, ,1. ....... ,. IIIIJ-III c'oi <; K-I5-: LEGAL NOTICE Offering o-:/ ITll UliUlt THE VERY BEST SANITARIUM FACILITIES Murray B. Pinks HEALTH RliORT • .! l 4 li,| ITTENTION ITTORNEYS! your legal notf< appreciate your oaee and guarantee ne service at legal • (tone FR 4-4366 mesenqer aerrlce NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE i HKKKfn HIVE t hilindl T r %  ill THE BOND Pill Of |l T A. BELEVAN, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE the ui It F'lJkMlNnu INO Ill, n ; III %  • I .I'IIET ETHEL KtKtCI COMING TO NEW YORK? 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Plaintiff, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is \ OIVEN the in Ii i' ii • -.undi ; le of CM ITER, •.:"• X i: I Mlrai le Hla i Hlalen Florida; \ i: I I i % %  in t IX VRO BXYI IERM VN VX \ WAGNER, % %  • iKELMON Ills NOTICE TO DhHtND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 100476 BENJAMIN ROTHBERd \ 's JEAN IliiTIIIIKHt! SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JEAN ROTHBERG 143 slim.Parkway Brooklyn, Now York You, JEAX RoTHBBRo, nre hereby notified tiMt a Bill i.r complaint fkr Divorce baa boon filed acalnal cou, iimi you are required to aarve ;• copy of your Answer or Pleading to thB n of Complain! on the Plaintiffs attorney, BEN EB8EN, 1011 Bojbold Bulldln(f, Minnil. Florida, and file the original Answer >r Pleading In the office or the Cloi k of thi C mi I '•'< or before tii'-'i;'ii day "f .lune. 1950. if you fail 1" do ao, Judgment li> default will he tTikfii agalnal s'ou foi the %  i in tii.Bill of < %  •iinP D ONE AND ORDERED %  Ml Florida, ii la) "f May, A. I>. i: B. LBATHERM kN, Clerk, Circuit O i':, le i 'ount] Floi Ida. Seal) By Ji IAN i-nru\(iYi;rt. i % %  ity I llork. 8/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl nder the flrtll i nme of HERN WINE ,sBPIRITi tl o Clerk of the Clrcull C Count] I %  JOSEPH R STEIN i: s STEIN M > i:.-ll \l.i. I STEIN tVIH W Ol iRFINE KATHERINE F HOTAUNO JOHN J. R' iDGERH JOHN N RODOERS MARIE HOTALING MEISNBR A kRON M K kNNER Attorney for Southern Wine k Bjilrlts — n 1-8 %  %  ite % %  < i 'onsen I %  .... Florida i Ing the dlaaolutlon of ,n \ i then ..-i.v ,-. i tlfv i" the t ,,,,,.. B ni1 llsfled thai the nta of law have been i omDIII d IN WITNE8B WHEREOF, I have my h ind and have Seal of thi n t TallahaSHt-e, the nil thl th-Twenty-1 Ifth da) I V, A. ORAY |Ren Rest, Relax, Regain Vigor ton HOTEL and BATHS -•lew your health at one of the South's finest Pfrt hotels! World-famous natural thermal P^ers—only Spa in U.S.A. under regulation of \p Department of the Interior. Guest can go [Directly f r om room in robe and slippers to ,wr Bath Houae^ located within hotel. All sports available—wonderful fishing a 'ul golf! 560 Rooms 70% AIRC ONDITIONED-All with bath or toilet, For FREE IHuitrated Folder, R.t •nd ReMrvationi, Writ* or Phono: NAtionol 3-7771 R. E. McEACHIN. Gen. Mgr. ^'Nr.i Ho+ti^*"-^ (\RKftNSAS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THEl 1.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 1905&8 BH.EEN STEFFBR Plaintiff, JOSEPH PETER BTBFPER. ^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T0 JOSEPH PETER sn:i PER of Agnea Wti n I Mount nil H %  • 'Sew .1 v,„"ARK HEREBY SOTIWBH mplalni for I" l "" nat v,.>, a • i""'->ur Anawet Pleading, to the '-' %  ^;!^' f&S&i ui liniin.1"'" "• ^i M %  • ./ %  • I .ill ILrongreka BulMIng, Miami. U;!;,.,. .in,, file the oriflna An ,. r Pteadlnga In th.office of the < i J „ { ,h.. clrcull Courl on or I '• he lib da* of July, !!•"•;. otharwiw the CompKni heretofon Italnal you "ill I"" k -" ,,, ,.-, Dated thla Mth dai "' M • '•''"'' •<"" %  v-";i i :;.'vn,KKM l Av. Hark of the rin v",.','-','!"' Bi JOAN rOI'RNOTIBR, Deputy Clerk s,.i, kLEXANDER %  I-I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS VOT.CE .rJiSl^OIVBN that .h\n...-%  ; % %  '•,,•"-';'-,;;;; TX %  '.•'v^-.v.i-'';' vr< %  • %  ^ un ^ V BTTIE C, r kDLBR, BoM OtW l-i OTD R OLITK .,„„„, > foi Applicant i lug. N0T,CE N U A N MI R LIW T,T OUS ii-N W th St • i -, ,r|M.i atlon Iti M.MiiI '• GENET OHNET Altorneya for ApUc 4n Lincoln Road a/g-15-22-19 \ CHARI.Ks ToEPKEKT. n.fendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl CHARLES TOEPI ERT 171 North Elfth Street l.lndenhurat, Long laland, Sew York y, ,r AIM: hereby notified thai a Complaint for Divorce haa bei n Hied n nulrjd tn ,p\ of s our Anawer or PleadIns i,, tii. nl mi th.Plaintiffs Attorney, ROBERT TARDtf 1 oiivne Building, Miami, Morida, and Die the original Answer or Plei In tl fii. f the Clerk f the Circuit Court mi or before th<> J5th day ,i,l Comi'l.iinl "ill b., tali, n as sued by you. DATED thla 22nd day of May, wo6. r B. LEATHERMAN, %  rk, Clrcull C t iade County, Florida B) .It IAN COCRNOYER, 'lei k — / I-8-U NOTICE BY PUBLICAriON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUPT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DA „ D ,E COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 190143 EDNA HOLDMAN, Plaint io\ kH Oi >1 OMAN, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( i J( IN Ml ilol.l'MAN |1 K r.Ktli St. New Fork, N ^. „,„ y„„ are hereoy notified thai Bill 0 f Complain) for Divorce haa be. n rued agalnat you, and > %  > are o, ,, ,M,, Serve a cop) of your Anawer ." l 1 ;,„ii.i to the Bin ... Oo^viN „ n the plilntlfra Alton.. %  >. MKI\N i itit'HARD. !'-" Unooln Rd.. Minn Beach ''I.', and nig the oHg'g*! fSSSSn -I Pleading In the office ol the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or before the nth day ol .!>• drfaiiit w no Uhen tmloai you for the Jellef demanded K thi W" ot Com p, T hu notice shall ba PoMla$*d once ,.,'h week for (our conaecutlve weeka ,•,,; SEWTSH KI.ORIDIAN. x \ii ORDERED at Miami, This llth day "I May. A.D. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the ui buKinext. undei the flctlous narne ot TKi.K-\ isr.M. AIDS, al 7221 s. W. tvenue, South Miami. Plot int. -nils to reglater said name with Bje Clerk of the Circuit Court of 0 County, Florida. m ^ BERNARD BLTNDER, Soli i iwner WALTMAN a COHEN, ATTVS. Attorney* f %  MApplicant 1102 Congreaa Blrtg. 1-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NnlH-r: is HEREBY I'.IVF.N" that Igned, di p "' bualnesn undei tltloua name ^r KARLilN's al ir>2i Waahlngton Avenue, M a i i Bea h, P orida, m'.-nd to ild m with the I Jerk of ,i„. circuit Court of Dade < ounty, Kl '" ''' %  '' SOLOMON ROSENFBU) ETTY Ri ISENPELD r. |.8-1S-22 Millfi. Pi.Kl*. r B LEATHBRMAN, l,, Cini,it Court, 1 i.i.l.County, Florida Bv R M RICK, JR. (Clrcull Courl s.-aii Deputy cierK -, is-23 — c f-a ACHEAGE SPECU1-ATOBS DOUBLE YOUR MONEY-BUY NOW Tract 60. Section 15-53-40. 10 aerea. Zoned heavy induttry. 12,700 per. 29'. down. 2 300 acres in Sebring. Lake frontage, high land. Near Rt. 27 i downtown area. $100 per. down. 29*. Phone M0 1-4296 KEN D. 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n J Off for Philadelphia Thursday is Mr. Samu.l Edelman, 449 E. DiLido dr., Miami Beach Mary will visit daughter Mrs. Morrie (Charlotte) Goldberg, who was married last year, alter completing school. Also on her agenda during the ten day stay in Philadelphia will be attendance at a surprise 50th hday parlv honoring Mary's brother, Jock Kattolman, .| Ritten%  Kf Square. • • Remaining behind with Sam is daughter Marcia. Incidentally L„e 7 marked the date of a wedding anniversary for the Edll Since a swimming pool, now being completed at their island was Sam's gift to her, Mary is anxious to get back. Another son. Sidney Idolman, resides with his wife. Raitia, [Miami. A candlelight ceremony Saturday evening at the Algiers hotel Jll'be the site of the marriage of Susan Lamm and William uddy) Wtissel Bride-elect is the daughter of the Richard Lamm*, Pennsylnia ave • • The Sam Weissels, of Granada blvd., are Buddy's parents, tth wiling people are students at the University of Miami. $an, whose sorority is Alpha Lambda Delta, has chosen a %  eiv bridal gown of nylon tulle and alencon lace, styled with Bit'fitted bodice and sculptured portrait neckline. Buddy's president of ODK, and he'll take his bride on a honeyon tour through New Orleans, Mexico City and California. Visiting with Dr. Abraham Wo If ton, director of the Spinoza ntdoor Forum, is his grandnephew. of Columbia. S.C. Sanford Zahlor graduates this month from the University of p u th Carolina medical school. A young >"iing (oh!) 22 years old, Sanford is the only student I his university ever to have received the MI) degree at so tender i age. And n>> wonder—he graduated from high school when he %  > U! Sanford ithe son of the Edward Zahlors, Columbia. A younger ^n Carry, graduates from high school this month. >>->>>>c<<< Mrs. Jo* Hart has been financial secretary of Sunshine Rebekah je for the past eight years—joined the organization nine years With a record of longest consecutive official service at the dge. Jaan was honored at a banquet Saturday evening by her Uleagues The cell liiation also included the celebration of Joan and Joe's 5th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Celia Beckermon was toastmaster at the affair, which Numbered some 50 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Emit Gould, 7750 Ponce de Leon rd.. weekended in Naples. Fla. LaGorce dr.'s Mr. and Mrs. George Collier we back briefly following their three-month tour around the orld. The Colliers are now off for their summer retreat. "Bueno I m New Hampshire. Jennie and Harry Gordon flew to \ to attend an executive meeting of the Jewish Funeral phrecturs Assn., with an extended vacation following. Adams ave 's Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Frank marked their 41st Redding anniversary Sunday. The Franks are parents of Councilman Bernard A. Frank, who entiy married Broadway star Marion Colby. Another daughter, htrlottt, graduates from the University of Miami law school come ext February. The Franks were married June 4. 1915 and have been residents emost of their lives. Both are past patron and matron of Faith hapter of order of the Eastern Star. Morris is an honorary president of Beth Jacob Congregation, nter having served as president and secretary for 22 years. He's also a member of Miami Beach Elks, Masons and nrine. Mrs. Frank, who came here in 1914. belongs to Hadassah. B'nai ton and American Jewish Congress Samuel L. Kostonboum, 1950 SW 16th st.. leaves for New York "lay. where he'll embark on a tour of Europe and the Middle st. including three weeks in Israel. He returns i„ time to attend the August wedding of daughter *wrtt t Estello, whose engagement to Lloyd R. Arnel was anunced this week. Vi ws will IK> exchanged at the Hotel Pierre in New York, where '•yd is owner of a shoe manufacturing company. Incidentally, Lauretta was supposed to accompany Sam on his *iPl<> the continent. Instead, she and Lloyd.will make the jaunt Ikeir honeymoon. Staymg behind is mother Rose, who finds memories of Europe Painful— most of her family having been lost there during *ar. Rose will f|y U p wit h another daughter, Irene, to attend the come August. rites *>• md Mrs. Philip Weiss and family leave this week on a New York and the Catskills for a visit with re auves ^'"f trip to ., *>d friends. They return in time to re-open their Royal Hun<"an restaurant July 1 for the summer season Mr. ana m • "•tort L.vin*. mo 19th St.. were in Sun Valley, Idaho, at en ding !" 25th anniversary meeting of his insurance company J*W !" £*" Another iiinniKnt. vacation for Mr. and Mrs. Bomamin Flint he's preside* of the Shelborne hotel-begins in Julj. • P* ""lues just returned from Minneapolis and St. Paul after fish p tri;,. lo international Falls and Canada. "ore than 1(X> women t'urn'ed out to wish bon voyage to *rs. Co! ****** *•*•" and daughter Gladys at a luncheon in the fc Anno and Gladys leave June 20 for an eight-week tour of F ael Spam, Italy and other European spots. L Luncheon hostess was another daughter. Lil Lubin. Food ftord chairman Samuel FrlodUod is Anna's brother. rf-OtV, oman s IVorl/ P*MmshBauim Miami. Florida, Friday, June 8, 1956 Section B Mrs. Woods Heads Beth Emeth Women Mrs. Milton Woods was installed president of Beth Emeth Congregation Sisterhood at ceremonies Wednesday evening, May 30! Others named to office were Mrs. Howard Richman, first vice president; Mrs. Hy Bernstein, second vice president; Mrs. Herman Ross, third vice president; Mrs. Albert Rieder, treasurer. • Mrs. Saul Braverman, recording secretary; Mrs. Sy Silverman, corresponding secrtary; Mrs. Harold Rubin, parliamentarian. Board members are Mrs. Norman Adler, Mrs. Sam Grayson, Mrs. Melvin Grayson, Mrs. David Greenberg, Mrs. Alan Kramer, Mrs. H. Rubin and Mrs. Alvin Cawn. Outgoing president Mrs. Harvey Klamkin was installing officer. Joan Mady Freeman receives "double award" at her capping ceremony—the Stevenson Award for being "most outstanding hygienist" in her class, presented by New York State Dental Society, and a kiss from her mother. Mildred Freeman. JOAN GIVEN STEVtMSOH AWARD Beech High Honor Grad Has New Honors Joan Madv Freeman, of 1560 Drexel ave.. a former honor graduate of Miami Beach High School, was presented the coveted Stevenson Award last Friday at capping ceremonies held in the New York City Community College of Applied Arts and Sciences in Brooklyn, N.Y. Miss Freeman is the only graduate to maintain a straight A average in all subjects, practical and theoretical. She is remaining in New York to take the staie board examination for dental hygienists, and will then go to Jacksonville to take the Florida state board examination July 9 through 19. After her examinations. Joan plans to return to Miami Beach and to engage in the practice of dental hygiene here. Caps were presented to seniors who are now eligible for the final graduation exercises June 14. These eXMCiSM will be held at Carnegie Hall where Miss Freeman has been chosen, over numerous others, to deliver the valedictorian address for the combined graduating classes of the entire college. Miss Freeman s grandmother, Mrs. Yetta Forkosch, of 1518 Drexel ave will fly up to attend the final exercises and to visit with her son. Prof Morris D. Forkosch, of Brooklyn Law School. Mrs. Kaplan Will Direct Humorous Skit Wednesday Mrs. Leon Kaplan will direct a humorous musical skit entitled "Federation Chai-Lights" at the annual meeting of Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Wednesday. In keeping with the "Chai" theme of the evening at the~Seville hotel, which celebrates Federation's 18th birthday, the presentation will feature songs and recitations by many community leaders long active in the work of the major Jewish agency. Vocalists include Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs. George Graham. Appearing in a special "Calypso specialty" will be Leo Chaikin. Carl Susskind and Milton A. Friedman. A vocal solo and surprise dramatic impersonation will be presented by Mrs. Bernard Stevens, and Aaron Farr will supply the musical accompaniment. "Through the use of documentary facts, music and a bit of humor, we will try to trace the 18year span of Federation's service to our Jewish community," said Mrs. Kaplan, describing the original production. Annual meeting chairman Fred K. Shochet has announced that the program will also include an official report by campaign chairman Sam J. Heiman on the final outcome of the Combined Jewish Appeal; a major address by Philip Bernstein, executive director. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; transaction of official Federation business, conducted by Stanley C. Meyers; and participation of Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Joseph R. Narot. H„tP for "Women for Israel Month." June 26. is pointed Target dcrte hrW dman (ri ht)> chairman f special out by Mrs. Lou ^J^ e u at Algiers hotel on that date. committee ptanning a "JJJW ArmQ Brenner Me yer8. chairInking on (left to right) are Mrs. A S(m}Ml z ^X^^**"* "* nd Mr8 iack Cmner Plannmg committee member. Hadassah Names Regional Leaders; Miamians Listed At the Hadassah regional conference held last weekend in the Huntington hotel. St. Petersburg. Mrs. Sidney C. Gluckman, of Orlando, was elected president for the State of Florida. With her were elected as vice presidents Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Miami Beach; Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, St. .Petersburg; Mrs. David Armel, Jacksonville; as treasurer. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Miami; recording secretary. Mrs, Albert Segall, Tampa; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Albert Morrell, Orlando. Mrs. Stanley Weinsier and Mrs. Theodore Weinroth. both past presidents of the Orlando chapter, were elected as delegates at large to the board.



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Pa ge 2B + fa-i^t nsMton &/tbout lg< our special 7< avoritcs MR 'OLD STANDBY' Beach Woman Sends Food Colummst A Yummy Recipe for Banana Cake rves i By LEAH LEONARD K-ihor Goodman <>f Miami a delicious cake the calK standby. It's .1 winner, every time] Thanks. Mi* Goodman. CONOWV BANANA CAKE .ii.l %  milk im shortening an \ • U'j inch Laal pan aid bafcr 40 rninotes at 35H* F or tW. a v 'uuY:> toothni'k inserted in the e-nter. f o^ 1 comes mif dry. Let cool m the lie pan set over a wire rack or on two pan* placed to permit air to circulate under cake Serve when cold with or without topping of any kind We like a dusting of Confectioners' sugar over ours. 8 SAUTED CAULIFLOWER I..W.T I i •!,, ,: mm* Mtzo It ninK Wash ..I'd drain the head of cauliWomen in Final Confab Talks MrGeorge Bali.. '" Hih>nond. Va.. June 22 to 28 i m B'nal B'rith P ^ total of 100 woman will mpreeneral gent South Florida en nch vital „• ~ aol the by laws 14, thi ior the district, comprising 44 chapters i i rs; and %  led officers A %  ,eh oi the u chapters The four-da) program will %  lighter side A popular skit, le ol Oversubscription," visit to i written b> Mr-. William Heckler, u;;i I., pi w:th Mrs c the John Marshall ho >ii]t/ mi) Bn ,..,,„„.,, amilU)i the pi is. Graduates Gel Certificates %  harm Modeling Agency held it%  id fashion -how Pi i rabies Women's club Some! 300 pi %  rcce:\ I .iteYoutjg People's Tin-aur. under the direction i Jaj W. Jensen, pretfrom "The Sent i crow School direcEdith Applehaum. Iflower after removing the i< r with cold water, add -alt and lemon juice and bring to a quick toil in a covered pot Cook only till tendei i nough to pierce a 1th a toothpick Drain well 8e| into natural aegaaenta or cut info any desired | Heat eg OQC howl and dip the pieces of cauliflower first in the crumV tlun in beaten egg! 'hen again in crumbHeat the oil or shortening in a frying pan and fry pn cauliflower pieces till nicely browned on all sides lift from the fat with a perforated spoon an I let drain on paper towels. Serve with meat or fish. Or with a heavy cheese sauce made as follows, for Milchig Meal: CHEESE SAUSE 3 I 3 t.. %  flur \ % %  • -all n,ilk A itanh "i i l toMeapoon &tr\ i %  mustard, n.11 Heat butter or substitute in, a frying pan or saucepan and stir in flour till light yellow. Add alt and stir in milk a little at a time to prevent lumps. Cook over low heat 3 minutes and add shredded cheese and seasonines to taste Remove from heat and stir in the mustard if used. This lends a nippy tasti thrill, llao adds color. Tin.sauce iexcellent on toast points aa garnish around boiled. broiled or fried fish, too • • • For tho-e of ii* who keep %  file ol helpful hints, here are some. KITCHEN CUES Speared Cheese Cubes: Cut < beddar Type Cheese into inch cubeor smaller. Arrange them in a shallow platter and pour a few tablespoons "I slurry our tern. Let stand for one hour, turning once or twice in the sherry Spear with colored plastc toothpicks for easy handling. The other endmay bo stuck into grapefruits, oranges or large apples, slicing off %  me -ide to prevent wobbling on 1 erving plate. Try adding torn* horseradish, >r white, to each cupful of sourcream used as a topping for vegetable salads. Garnish with finely diced cooked or canned beets! Can't indue* the kiddies to drink milk? Let them sip it through a tempting peppermint stick, red-striped one, and your trouble will be over. Hamburger Thrill: Try placing a half inch thick slice of unpeeled orange on each nroiled hamburger pattie. after turning it over.; Sprinkle with paprika and slit* back under broiler flame to brown' taken by chairman Mrs. fcu man WANT Mr Mrs. 'B'nai B'rith' Title At Stake in Gables Members of Coral Gables chap tor will have an opportunity to vie for the title. "Mrs. B'nai B'rith of Coral Gables." at a swim barbecue to be held at the VanderbiH hotel cabana club on Saturday, June 30. Contestants will be garbed in bathing suits by Jackson Stores of Miracle Mile, and will be veiled Winner will be selected by a panel of impatrial judges. — Nameof entrants are being end be sine jfi FLORIDA DAIRIES MOMOGfMZn Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Deere Protected TEL FR 4-2621 Greater Miami Delivery PURB AND SIMPU1 ANrON£ CAN BAKP DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES moke the cake! A NEW EDITION OP THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! ITS FREE FOR OUR READERS! 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June 8. J956 ^t^tnnrHi^r i fain O „ tltc sJTome/, LED JUNE 76 / ctmmne HOSES P. EPSTEIN SCHEDU LED JUNE 26 itiona! Leader to Speak at 'Women for Israel 1 Rally Here ovncfront being planned for June 25, according to Mrs. Sam Rost, chairman of the local chapter of that body. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, •4 it. the Algiers hotel on JuneT^ was ESJ? 2 *&**** announced at a preconference i h l( '" ,ers and planning committee meetmg J? hoS hS in J? haIf f Jewl h "_r>t major role in the recent World man of the for State of Israel Bonds Epstein will be on the "You There" program featuring a hand report on her trip to Israe by Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais At the committee meeting, rep -lie recent World Zionist congn Mrs. Epstein belongs to a familv which settled in America a century MIS. Aiosfs P. IPCTEM resentatives of v i r t u a I I v every ZZ a \ ,i l.„„„ *"" *, CCntury a* sajsrss, 5SS5S5SS the emergency drive, a major segHunter r,e^ "in "ew yS ment of Israel Security Month. Mrs. Epstein, first national chairman of the women's division of Israel Bonds, now serves as honora*? in City. While a student at Hunter, she first became interested in the creation of a Jewish state. When only 21. she married and became active in the then-struggling Zionist organization, in 1920, she organized the first Hadassah chapter in Far Rockaway, Long Island. She rapidly became a national figure and served as Hadassah delegate to World Zionist conclaves in Switzerland. A frequent visitor to Israel, Mrs I Epstein is one of the outstanding authorities on the new nation. 'Her agreement to attend our June 26 program has been a great stimulus."' Mrs. Goldman said. Mrs Oscar Sindell and Mrs. 1 Irwin i.is. presidents <>f the Miami Beach and Miami chapters of Hadassah, are actively working with Mrs Goldman to obtain the complete support of every Hadassah grtiup. A Sponsors of Israel function is [Mrs. Morris A. Skop, Mrs. Sol Rovin and Mrs. Joseph Milton, llhree women leaders of dinner dance sponsored by Sisterhood lot Cc:al Gables Jewish Center, beam proudly at affair last [week in Alhambra room of Hotel Seville. Event helped raise "~'£10.0C0 for the Center. nterlcr Designer In Office Here AN AC IN Henn Hi; : >'ernationallv known Uoos' interior awards during the W "" ^ TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER Henn i nationally known has moved his ain offici from Kansas City to \'E 401h st. r of five instituCARRIAGE CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS i • •••.. CttVtM Outlines COMPANY lions' interior awards during the past two years, is well known locally for the wort be has done on the Seville and Lucerne hotels in Miami Beach and the SI. 500,000 remodeling of the interiors of the 50-room Hollywood Beach hospital He is now engaged Ul designing of the new 300-room hotel which will be known as the PuPontTarleton in downtown Miami, to be completed March. 1957. The National Restaurant ASM land the American Institute of .Decorators chose End and two other top designers to do i restaurant exhibit in their recent 37th annual show in Chicago. Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only rivet $trong*r, jatttr relief from pain of headache but ii also tafir. Won't upset the atomach and haa no bad effects. You iee, Anacin is like %  doctor'a preacription. That is, Anacin containj not Just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredient*. Scientific research has proved e aiit'/< drug can give such strong 1 yet each safe relief as Anacia TeAlei*. / ARE YOU F A R B I U N J I T ? FREE 1 *. W *J2 7 w *•• •* • Bni V '• %  %  %  *•• •h,L .. I "realea". See (2JP*nei.V. See "Hocteii A f %  '• on po„ 4. u, 222 Jewish 5i J ,M } |M, sWWHsns, '••you, rrt# t mt mll9 H F ^ TUIH RCSNIK S^r T >STILUM CORP. lltw v X,NCT0M AVfNJJi nw YORKJ7, NIW YORK Closing Meeting Due Closing meeting and party of the Women's club of Workmen's Circle 692 will be held .Saturday evening at 25 Washington avc. Service • Delivery %  Quality PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS COMPLETE DINNER WHERE 1HI HOMt fOlKS EAT HOTEL PHARMACY INC. LINCOLN & ALTON MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-6425 A ^MAIZOH MEAL Pan ... white... jest right! Ideal for "breading" chops. collets, croquettes. Grand for all recipes. 14 !" ^oaiM miiiii*uiott. two. Dtatrlbuic* bj ***** • %  %  pH0N| FI 34tu HJ. 24th ST., MIAMI 37, FLA. Page 3B women's division chairman, called Tuesday's meeting "one of the most enthusiastic ever held by the women's division." Leo Mindlin, news editor of the Jewish Floridian, moderated a discussion of Israel and Israel Bonds attended by more than 100 women and representatives of the press. ^PRODUCTS fJUNE %* BUTTER %  -MARGARINE •Jt,$£


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Page 4 B Retiring president Mrs. Aaron Fan OefO presents gavel to Mrs. Harry Rogers, newly elected president of Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations, at installation luncheon held last week at Algiers hotel. Mrs. Irvir.q Lehrman (right' was install • : Some 125 women representing 80 organizations :n Dade and Broward counties attended. Mrs. Kaplan Elected President Mrs Sherman Kaplan ill -uc i \ pen as presi%  he Sisterhood i t iYmple %  mi Kl installed with MrKaplan at the 200 Witness Mrs. Appei's Installation Mora than MO Pttata, loaders ;ni,i Meal dignitaries wtu mi e d the Installation <>( Mr* Benjamin Appel ;ipreaident oi itebrew Ac.nlctm Women .it the Fnntainehtoau hotel l.'-t weofc Installing officer wax Iv.it>l>i Alexander S. Gross. Hn. Ainx'l n.is l>een a h,th many philanthropic anil religioui organisations she i~ one of pj the Home for the • re t Mended to new|] e|. by Harold Spaet. i.ivor ol Miami Beach, and B. I Binder, prcaidt nl of the Hebrew i une Mn Jennn -inner. Mn. Aaron j Prr, preaident ol the Conference, ol Jewiah Women organizationand Herman Ki-cnoeri:. exeeutne tor of the Academy MrJoseph I Bptfcovakji pre%  aattd MrIrving Pirtel, outgoing •tut with a |oid ealendar dfcai in behalf of the organization. A fourth BrWtt student. Virginia Pornot, BJOfta on behalf of the Academy student body. Musical portion of the program was presented by the Hebrew Academy choir under the direction of ] Monticello Park honoring outMrMm.im Donnerstag. Others i standing Sunday school pupils for appearing on the program were tm ir achievement. Named to the Laurie Ames and Luke Salem. At installation ceremonies are (left to right) Mrs. Jenny singer, Hebrew Academy president B. I. Binder, Couv Harold Spaet, newly elected president Mis. Benjamin and Mrs. Aaron Farr, past president of the Conference < ish Women's Organizations of Dade and Browcod Coi by Mrs the meal was recited Miriam Pell Solkoff. Assisting Mrs. Alexander S. were the M^dames L, sky. MOM %  RoaMkaai Rubinowitz. Joseph Shi dore Spoltor. Daniel Yi Gross, chairman of arrangements,| Joseph Zemel. Monticello Pupils On Honor Roll Assembly was held last week at Schwartz, of Jacob Allan Kahn. mm. A. sot wtcft Mrs. Weger Takes Sisterhood Lead V "... r w a installed Sislei I at a recent Mother i Ta> affair in Dora August auditoOlher officerinstalled were the Mesdames Joel Zali> first \ice leal \ Pepper, second vice lent. J Kahn. treasurer. The Mesdame> Ellis Steinberg financial secretary. Gertrud< corresponding secretary \\.. Baa Swimmer, recording secret* rj Eugene SchwarU. parliament anan; and Shmaryahu S* chaplain. mehleau hotel Sunday evewhen the Temple held a joint installation dinner dance of the Men's club and PTA were the following' The Mesdames Morris Rubin. pre ai de n t: Max Bodcrman \ ice president Jules channinc. \ ice president Norman Ciller. \ice lent William Ruben pn ndent: William Snasman, inr Simon Rubin, recording Theodore Hankoff and \ \ Rothstein correspooding aecHarold Hirschfiold. auditor. Arthur Applebaum. social sec Cj pen, chaplain. to the hoard of directors -e|>h A below. ird Abram-on. B 1 Binder M II < ..hen. Ouuj Maurice George P eoor. Abe kel. Samuel Fried land. Charles Pruchtman, Ru'h I | | • .; GinI • '"'-•: m Goodh Benjamin Greene. lei Halpertf Henry Hillman. n m a n. Benjan Harp -eph Lip. Herman I %  • Morris Medof. Philip XeuS muel Oka. Alhri I Pi.Hack Harry Protxel. Milfnrd Pu"cel. Charles Rosen cart en •ind Rubin. Stym.ur Schnedder. Harry Seligman. Herbert Shapi T Jack Silverman Milton Sirkin. Milton Smith. Alfred Stone. Alex Sussman. George Talianoff. rroop. Harold I'ngrr Samuel Wei Pobert Weitt. Rapha-. K Yunes Invocation was delivered by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Benediction was In Mrs Jonah ("apian. Grace after Diane Keshlansky and Karen honor roll were: Billy Diamond el a*-. Maxine Levine and Dm I er, of Mrs. Irving Seidcl'si Leonard I eldman. Urn) Mark Friedman. InHa Bonita Kaufman, of Clif per's i I r # % % IRA •v Prff 0i Opens D.nner dance will inaugurate summer activities for Menorah troop ol Hart a—ah Sunday e\emng June 10. at the Ocean Ranch hotel. In charge of reservations are Mrs. George Graham and Mrs. Raymond Wolf. MAKE BEANS 'N MUSHROOMS WITH HEINZ KOSHER VEGETARIAN BEANS Sigma Delta Phi Comedy on Boards Sigma Delta Phi Council spon < red by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Tenter, installed officers last week Original musical comedy. •Female Me." highlighted the insulin at the Town Branch The play, written, pro d u c e d and directed by Felice Freedman. Barbara Wasserman and Marcia Robtnson. starred members of the Coonnd followed the installation by Gather Tilchen. superriser of teenage activities icers are Helen Ah man. president. Soodra Wagner, first vice PNHQMti ond vice president: Marcia Robinon. third rice president; Judy Fishman. tw a aniu Jackie kenberg, recording t e ei e ta i y. Roberta K.mroel. cerrespeaagtng secretary Outgoing officers are Cwen Stone, president. Helen Altaian. first vice president: Soodra Wagner, second rice president: Barbara Hankea. third vice presides* Lillian Beck, treasurer. Penny man. recording Kimmel. 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8, 1956 Page 5 E AMA President Will Survey Hospitals V i.l. -.IF -, i ^. V Int annual installation oi North Dade chapL Women's American ORT, at the Lucerne ttel shows standing (left to right) the Mesmes Albeit Zeitzew, vice president; NorTerry. vice president; Benjamin Weinck, corresponding secretary; Morton [St' ( financial secretary; Ralph Hollander, Davis Named itstandingWomai Beach Chapter newly elected HI Reach chapter. B'rith Women, has been d "outstanding woman of the an d wa> presented with an ph; at a recent inilion dinner in the Lucerne Lbhi Ir nan. spiritual jtr „( l ,'i-Kl. was E 'ssin. past I Beach I ition to Brs. \ • t is noted here I, activities; and I ized for bring: timber of new fcberto Beach chapter. The .ill ledges and liers ( B'nei B'rith h arm '.' B'rith Women's !a. bphy ui presented by Mr. I v veteran i B'nth m %  %  bers for the pa>.t *r>. Mr i oan U bnnorpresiilent of B'nai Brith E ind Lodge, District 5. Ooldstrom is honorary life erof Mi.imi Beach lodge. botelwoman and philanJennie Grossingcr was [bonom: uesta at the affair enrolled a;i Beach chapter %  r. •**r %**? ^ np^rT.?'' ""I Noman Garson Seated aeft to „qht) are the Mesdames Harold Book vice preside Jack Carmel< ^ Berke. co-chairman, Florence Kupperman, guest speaker and installing officeT; Nat Robbins and Jerry Union. *- Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader, presents trophy to Mrs. Max Davis, president of Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. m Myerson and Club II Honor New Officers and Boards Abo Seltzer conducted the %  ony when the Oolda Myerson of Pioneer Women held its (nl installation of officers and hoard members Tuesday noon in | the Colony restaurant. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer took over the presidential office. Seated with Mrs, Zeltzer were honorary president. Mrs Sonia Robbins; fir.-t vice president, Mrs. Ev Kahn; second vice president, Mrs. Anna Fry. Treasurer. Mrs. Barbara Greenberg; financial secretary, Mrs. Anna Quaker; corresponding secretaries. Mrs. Esther Brown and Mrs. Anna Bild: and recording secretary, Mrs. Sonia Robbins. • • New officers and memberof club II honored their president. Mrs. Ida Jacobs, at a farewell party, before she leaves lor a summer in California, on Wednesday noon in the Raleigh hotel. New slate of officers includes the Mesdames Abe Shadrof, first vice president; Jacob Cosow, second vice president; Minnie Shubow. recording secretary; treasurer. William Malmuth: financial secretary, Nathan Ostrov. NEW YORK-Dr. E;mer He*8, "f Erie, Pa., president of the American Medical Assn., will visit Israel in July to survey the medical installations maintained in that country by Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, il ced this week by Mrs. Rebecca Shulmsm, national president of Hadassah. Dr. Hess, a noted urologist, has discussed bis forthcoming trip to Israel under Hadassah auspices with President Eisenhower and will carry a personal letter from the President to Prime Minister David Ben Gurion, of Israel. Both Dr. Hess and Rabbi Abraham B. Shoulson, spiritual leader of the Erie Jewish Center, who will accompany him, will travel with State Department status. Hadassah, an organization of more than 300.000 American Jewish women in 1.200 groups and chapters in each of the 48 states, Puerto Rico and Alaska, maintains in Israel seven hospitals, scores of mother-and-child health centers, a child guidance clinic, a school hygiene service and a nurses' training school. In addition. Hadassah supports, together with the Hebrew University, the only medical school in Israel, and is now beginning construction on Convalescent Home Installs Officers Bikur Cholem cent Home of Greater Miami he'd a lunch"-"! and installation of officers at the Lincoln Manor Tuesday noon. Honored guests were founders IMr. and Mrs. Hyman Roth, of Long Bi i h \ Y who flew in especially for the occasion. Pi rmer Mayor of Miami Beach Harold Shapiro officiated and administered the oath of office. Installed were honorary president. Mrs. M. Zitter: president. Mrs Isidore Cohen; first vice president. Vickie Roe; vice presidents. Mrs, Ida Moro, Mrs. Milton Yaffe. Mrs. Sadie Steer, Mrs. Eva Leopold. Mrs Helen Hornstein, Mrs. Nettie Petter. Recording secretary. Mrs. Sara Kosstrin; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sara Block: financial secretary. Mrs. Jack W'exler; treasurer. Mrs. Harry Einhorn. Trustees. B. Weisman. Alfred Lesser, M. Zitter. Mrs. Harry Eini horn, Mrs. Max Eisenstein and Mrs. Vickie Roe. Board of directors are Mrs. Albert Klein, Mrs. Dora Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Roth. Mrs. Kalman Shapiro, Mrs. Ruth Shear. Mrs. J. A. Wexler, Mrs. Helen Hornstein, Mrs. Sara Kosstrin, Mrs. Celia Eisenstein, Mrs. Eva Leopold. Mrs. Pauline Belanoff. Mrs. ; Edith Brenner, Mrs. Yetta Trask and Mrs. Esther Elkin. a $12,500,000 Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. In accepting the Hadassah invitation to inspect its medical facilities in Israel, Dr. Hess said: "The Hadassah medical program in Israel is a vast undertaking ere by people with great hearts and overwhelming devotion. A more difficult project under more difficult circumstances is hard to imagine. Hadassah's humanitarian work in Israel has grown out of th" needs Of a people beleaguered and poor, with great dreams and great hopes." Leaders Discuss Top Social Issues National and local leaders in the Jewish community discussed discrimination, segregation. anti-Semitism and their relationship at the jWorkr n's Circle Lyceum Sunday evening. The Jewish Labor Committee. American Jewish Committee. American Jewish Congress. Anti-Defamation League and the Workmen's Circle participated in the symposium. Emanuel Muravchick. of New York, national field director of the Jewish Labor Committee, led the I discussion. Seymour Samet. American Jewish Committee's Southeast area director: Rabbi Yaakov Rosenof Congregation Beth David. representing the American Jewish Congress; and p a ul Seiderman, Ant i-Defamation League executive committee chairman, were discus. sants. Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, i \ecutive director of the Ore I ml Jewish Federation, was DM ator. Bernard Lcvinson. of Philadi Iphia, national director of the Workmen's Circle, made the sum', mation. Joseph Duntov. southeast vice president Of the Jewish Labor Committee, was chairman of the meeting. "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" Another Location for Your Convenience COULTON BROS. •ART" MAUKr" %  "NAT' YOUR TEXACO BOYS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. ffarnes. aleph.qodol. crowns France* Lazarus incommg ,h eart of Hillel AZA at the groups dinner dance in tne *"* hotel. 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Page 6B •• 1fl*tnrrkH*n^ F —ay. Jum n by Mr. anH Mr*. Samuel I>. Ke-ten1906 S\V Ifith it, Miami, in h'innr cf their daughter, LaureMe ind their future on in| M LI >yd Richard Arnel. of Nt rk, Sundaj tfafj 27 Mr. Arnel ifl the KM) of Vr< mer Arnel and the late Mr. 1 and nephew <>f ei I ; ucker Lloyd la ilso partCo., cf New York. te&sing at the partj bef Laun %  • i bj the N 'Av Mr Arnel flew 1 %  the and the couple returned • i N •'• Yorl • the i iretti [or three s. Then -he trill return to Iven by I N. > t the %  • \ Vrx. Mrs. n. Ellis %  : 111 ind Mrs I \ oungA Cole b • mpli yera, and Mitt society staffer of the Miami Da I) V Mrs. Ethal Shochat, Mr*. Sally Gardnar and Mrt. I i kranti are out of the country. The trio ol lad nZ / Bl j a week at the Seville Biltmore. Or. and Mr Abr.h. *'* %  SW 21st ter.. are leaving for New York to help c !? """V Mitzvah of their grandson. Martin Richard Frank.! [, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Lastar Frankal. a • Hu folks Kntertaming at a coffee this week for member of K. V the Children's Theater was Mrs. Paul (Pat) Brombarg S |T %  Meridian ave. home. Alton rd.'s Mrs. W. L. Milnar plan t %  ummer months at her Bloomfield Hills, Mich, home M taster, 1406 Normandy dr., left 5 a.m. Fndav for i ,i!,f or nj a Ml) passenger Paarl'a terrior. Sissia. She planto EO h, MISS lAUKHTt KlSJiNBAUM Ardl MISS FfANC/NI fASllNBUG Leff, Shapiro Wed at Ft. Meade rhanel nf Ft Mi • le Md VtJ the site of the • rolyn Relem I efl and l>r Pud Arthur Shamro (m May 18 Th4< \sn>\ Zcbtic SicpJtenA 115 S.E. 2nd Avenue Miami it's cold inside FUR STORAGE CALL 82-1611 A Untied messenger u ill CMlljor yur furs promptly RIMODIIIN* tlimilNt •MMIHN> •• %  % 



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*C .&? A Ai ilirvore maW 5 fCfl MRS. HAROLD flAUM ^ %  jr r *** <** ^ < I %  \ Wy/NG A1ANDEU MRS. CIRALD SPOlTfR Helight Rites For Spolters d'fluiit ceremony in the : hotel Sunday united in Myra Ann Rosen and bolter. Rabbi Irving LehrBciated at the double ring bride is the daughter of I Mrs. Louis Rosen. 1200 fi It, North Miami Beach. I a gown o| chantilly lace fl tulle over satin. *il of French illusion was i headpiece of tiny flowers. Jfc orchids adorned her IHer only jewelry was a |of pearls borrowed from honor. ran, Band i for October %  wcia Ellen Gutman and |H Band are planning for Ma* [kride-elecfs parents, Mr. • Robert (Jutman. 2291 SW 1 *w announcing the cou"fement. P" 'the son of Mrs. •Band and the late Caroll |tH81 SW 14th ter. Mrs. Qua Garstl, the bride'i aunt. was matron of honor in pink chantilly lace trimmed with teed pearls. She carried I cascade of pink feathered carnations. Marylyn Apple was maid of honor. Her pink dress was styled with Empire waistline, pleated bodice, and shoulder bow with streamers. She carried pink carnations. Barbara Rosen, sister of the bride, was junior maid of honor. She wore an off the-shouldcr pink nylon tulle dress. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Sophie Spoiler. 608 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, and the late Lewis Spolter. Morton Spolter was best man for his brother. Marvin Gerstl, cousin of tne bride, was ringbearer. Ushers were Normand Williams. Bob Stone and Irving Scherr. Hats for the bridal attendants were designed by the brides un cle. Gilbert Nichter, New York. After a honeymoon irip to Jamaica. Haiti. Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, the newlyweds will make their home in North Miami Beach. IS Karp, Siegel In Wedding Rite MI PHI H .. man Crown hotel, W and Mrs. Samuel ;""' y!: "•-' blvd., became Hi" bride of Mel Si. i | W Jonah Caplan. of Kneseth Israel Congregation, officiated. Be i man was Marvii "other of the Matron of was Mrs Marvin • "' """"was Paula Silver• Th bride selected a sheath of delicate pink im' chantilly lace. Her nose ttached to a cap of matchnk lace. She carried orchids. The bride is a graduate of Brighton High School, Brighton, Mass She attended Boston Clerical and raduated from John Robert Powers Modeling School in Boston Mr. Siegel i~ a graduate of Forest Hills High School and attended \ow York Unii he is in business in Opa Locka. After in extended honeymoon Ihe couple will make their home at 'i wn guest : .1 Dr. Boston, York. Page 7B Schwi Flaum inge Vows candleon Sunday, %  at the Shelborne hoti i larole Schwa liter ol Mr. and Mrs. : Schwarl SW 7th it, (he bride of Harold Flaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flaum, 4281 SW 18th ter. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits, oi Zamora Jewish I en ter. officiated, Decor of the wedding was pink and white. Bestman was Morton Flaum. brother of the grOOfll. Matron of honor was Mrs. Morton Flaum. Bridesmaids were Lois Pehfsteifl and Anita Richards. Ushers were Harold Friedland and Alfred Schwartz. The bride is a graduate of Coral Gablea High School. The groom attended schools in Harrisbun.'. Pa. A reception and formal dinner followed at the Shelborne hotel. After a trip through Florida, the couple will make their home at 7951 SW 37th ter. Miami. Halperin, Stem In WeddingPlans Two University of Florida students are engaged. Betty Harriet Halperin. junior majoring in English and speech at the UF, is the fiancee of Paul Raphael Stern, junior in the I'F college of law. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mrs. E. Halperin. Daytona Beach, and the late Joseph Halperin. Mr. Stern is the son of Mrs. Beatrice Stern. 17315 NE 12th ave., North Miami Beach. Miss Halperin is a member of Future Teachers and the Women's Student Assn. at the UF. Mr. Stern, who received his AB degree from the UF, served in the Army during the Korean War. He is a former staff appraiser with the Veterans' Administration here. He is a charter member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and also belongs to Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity. MRS. RICHARD BtHRtN Mandells in Vows At Beth David Mr. and Mr* Allen Brown. 1491 SW 64th ave were hosts tor reception which followed the May 2<; marriage of their daughter, Gloria, and Irving Mandell. Con Beth David was the setting tor the wedding. Carol IfilU-r and James Shanley attended the couple. After a honeymoon in New York, they will return here to make their home. The bridegroom is the son of the Saul Mandells. 226 SW 26th ave.. and Bridgeport. Father's Birthday Her Wedding Date Myra Rose Berezin has chosen her father's birthday. June 24. as her wedding date. She and Lawrence Stephen Rosenberg. Chicago, will be married in his home city. Mr and Mrs. Abraham J. Berezin, 750 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach, are telling the news of their daughtci s engagement. The prospective bridegroom is the son of the Sidney I Rosenbergs, Chicago. Miss Berezin is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. She majored in education at the University of Miami where she was a member of Future Teachers of America, the Childhood Education Assn. and Delta Phi Ep.silon. Mr. Rosenberg will receive both his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in bio-chemistry degrees from the University of Chicago in June. Leta's Husband, Richard Behren, Miami Accountant Lets Carol Coldstrom became Mrs. Richard Irwin Behren in ceremonies Sunday at Temple Israel. Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated at the 1 p.m. double ring wedding. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Goldstrom. 100 E. DiLido dr. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Behren, 2261 SW 20th st. Wearing a string of pearls that had been a gift from the groom, newlywed Mrs. Behren chose a gown featuring a seeded pearl bodicf. tiered skirt of tulle and fingertip veil with seeded pearl crown. She carried white orchids on her confirmation Bible. Mrs. Stanley Rosen, sister of the groom in a two-piece shell pink polished cotton gown featuring an accordion-pleated bodice, was matron of honor. Stanley Rosen acted as best man for his brother-in-law. The couple met on a blind date. The bride graduated from Miami Beach High, where she was" treasurer of her senior class and the school, she is presently a Junior in education at the University of Miami, where -he IS B vanity cheer leader, secretary of Pep club and a member of Alpha Ep.silon Phi sorority. Mr. Behren graduated from II imi High School and the University of Florida, with the BSBA degree. He was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, spent two years in the Marine Corps and was discharged with the rank of first lieutenant. 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Page 8 B +Je*lstncrkfk*ti r—J^fcyfa*. MIS. STAMlfr S. HSHMAN June Wedding For Miss Bookfor Sunday, .'one 9 wa tha day chosen by alias •'"n Bookfor for 1 r a adding to 3 Fishman. Ti ia the da < hter oi Hra T> BIS 8th rt and OM j. room la the son of Mr. and Hra ib Fishman, l ~> l r Pefinaylvanla e. __^^ ___. "Rabbi Skop officiated In the (;.-, %  n room of the Lincoln Manor ;,i the %  p BI %  Barmi Fishman, brother of the groom, i best nan. Given in marriage by her mother, the bride chose %  ballerina \ui oi tulle over white taffi the tailored lace top made with peplura effect and c.,p sleeves Her double-tiered French illusion veil was h-id in place bj %  seed pearl tiara. ,,! .,l honor was Mias Vivian gtein, niece of the groom. Mrs. !', tokfor, mother oi the bride, and Mrs. Irishman, mother of the groom, chose pale bine and old COM crepe and lace gowns. Floaters v are desi g n e d bj B laekst o n a Flower Shops. The bride It Of South Philadelphia High school and attended Miami I n;\< r-i!v The groom ia gn i Brooklyn ttendi d Miami I nivereitj and saw the s Arm", m Koi i her going away costume. Hi. 'lose I B ")• with whit. and whit Upon com.n trip I J the newly wet h. Steyenson's Florida Victory Wili Take On New Meaning %  I'M sidential preftial primarj here last I the sm n viehis opp Stevi nson's Florida I n which he n me lfi.ooo r Kefauvi • bad pret ioush been considered a lukewarm ne. In other racehere last week, Inej SegaH act red ai \ icti In Count) Commission *•**• the State Deoartmcnt in Germany.' Fans Cowart downed mcumUnt t ,h '' r ? ff ,e#r d6Cted wew Later he returned to the Unite.l Jess Yarborough, John McCleod un,e J :'>'-"" wee president:.states and entered the investment won over incumbent I n MacVicar ••" Jwr, corresponding secrebusiness, it was in this work that' Ralph Foaaej took over the ,ar ; Burl I,XN recording secreh e beean to recognise his hearing. 4Bl I *0NAID iifaj Degree Cum CALVIN GOULD Gould Elected Group President Security Council Capitulates to Arab ] Pressure on 'Mutually Acceptable' Peace as Soviet Assistance Scores UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Arab paragraph. Iran presented an I the United Naamendment to tl ri tions havt I a vieton with lion which the Badtiati delegation ; ,i,i ,,t H mi when the acefpted to I iBcil adopted a British in objecting to the paragraph, ution on the Ai. if the repn of the Arab from which had bean deleted a nations made it class; that the paragraph stating (hit the Securno! want any "mutually a> it\ Council i"conscious of th able" peace with Israel. They inneed to ereate conditions in whit' I that the resolution should a peaceful settlement on I mutuallimit itself only to the armistice basis ol the dispute agreements and the Cease-fire between the parties can he made pledees given Mr. Hammarskjold The representations of Egypt, by their governments. Jordan. Lebanon and Syria insisted In capitulating to the Arabs, Sir on the elimination of this paraPicrson Pixon. head of the British I graph from the British resolution, delegation to the Inited Nations,' which WJintended to give UN^told the Security Council today I Secretarv General Pag Hammarthat he was deleting the paragraph 11 |*A Ar /* j skjold encouragement in his confrom his resolution and was acLiPlOli Uf^m^d tinned efforts to achieve a aettlecepting the Iranian amendment "in ment between Israel anil the Arab the interests of unanimity." James j countries. The representatives of A Wadsworth. in behalf of the the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia. Iran United States, announced briefly | Ronald Abbotl and Nationalist China supported that the Inited States would vote Mr. and Mr Joseoh V tin fcraba at the Secunt> Council for the resolution as amended by 651 W. 47th -i \\ m and urged Britain to deJatn the Sir Picrson. I graduates June 14 cum ha ^ ^ I Harvard University with degree in ec moi Ronald also intended I Academy. Andover. Mass., i entering Harvard. Mr. I.ipton will he in graduatit NEW YORK Pr Fmanue Neutional elections." adding that "it At Harvard li. nald tgfl mann Wednesday charged the Adis evidently hoping to put the '" r : ''• i thai ministration in Washington with Middle East a Ice through radio station WHRB,g rately temp alive actions in the United NaaRcr l ni varsity basal tin entire problem of Middle Fa-' tipns winch aolve nothing basicalproducer ol • "in view ol the coming naly." member t.f the Dean's Be tanned this "a PoUyanna atn s 8 !" cum titutle the Middle East ""' ,( crisis • which, be said, "strikes one l *H ; • naible." He further uan Association." %  call and replacement Following a brief intafjl of I Henaid, who-. .. presH m he described as Dade t for the EgypASJ n. of Mian i. v. ctator." ganuit. About tha II, • Zi ni i lea IT, who returned became unpaired bj artnier? flrj i., i week from leruaaletn where during V ir II. the prospect he headod the ZOA delegation to of settling down to a peacetime the World Zionist > adbusiness career seemed far from dreased a two-do. extraordinary to Stanley Gould. 12.18 meeting ol the National Admin trative Council of the Zionist Orpacr Wl "" : him to enter the business in which Hotel Biltmore to rmaldar the curof new rabbis being gn lit i no engage I Today Gould rent situation relating to the Mideach year by Hebrew I'nil is an authorized dealer for Zenith die Baal as well as the future of lege-Jewish Institute of "''•""' : Al '" the Zionist movement in light of were announced by Dr. following service Neumann Raps U.S. Mideast Policy; Demands Recall of Henry Byroade Wartime Usability Brings Veteran New Business Rabbinic Colk Expands Pi Lincoln rd. is later, wartime expertei CIM IN' %  Calvin C. Could has been elected v president oi the Beth David .! I ? J lho decialona of the Zionist I i Glueck, presidenl oi the Ihomas \,iungbliMid '. '' "" ">'" IMMCI ArtilU-rx in which he rose from „ uns court ju A unA "* rrieai l r *• comingiprivate to major, Gould serve.) In Kr< "" | o ,dcst ra,)l n m "W eat oi former Commistary; and Bernie sbnkman, traaasioner Preston Bird, eaairj out-disurer. tancing his opponent. St.uv Howell %  ... In the race for gudature "^ '" ,h '' *"* f ,,n C,0rs llaj 28 runofi 1 m Al;i Ks\g1n. Maury Herman. to George Hollahan over Harvie Milton Sadoff and Herachel i: PuVal. ,hal. tii-.ihility as a definite handicap. "I felt that I was gradually being shut off from the rest of the world." Gould explained. "Hut even WOfM WtJ the realization tint others with whom I associated felt tense and uneasy in my presence.*' Discouragement and despair finally compelled Gould to apply j through the Jewish War Vet' to the Veterans Administration for, nelp. The Administrat'on suggested a hearing aid. Although the Metropolitan Agents Given Top Responsibilities Here Two Metropolitan Life Insurance from the Metropolitan school in Co. agents were thji weel \ti.,nta. Ga vuli head up activi Of top respon-ibility. the ties in North Miami, company has announced hen rnnim ,,.,., %  _, _j nu Philip Friedman who no. ranks JSI^ZIFMSZSJP^ f,rs nP h ,r "• ,, proved unsatis fourth out of 20.000 agents In proM V.mer Hr %  h.r ,t H T *<***• h f,,d %  "• ive U P At ""' auction, has been assigned in ^Si i^SSJ MlSfl J? 1 ? %  f a "?• %  e tried a, rge of a large portion of the ^iS^iS^ZSSt!^ ^^ "* fr m ,h: m • Om0n, 1,f Miami Beach area. > !" M r ''P"''-n DOHcyhOlders t M(k on new mcaning for hjm -= ^ ^r" S&SSS wsi:ia?K? a i !" a. TfT^ 0 *^ \ : "-2 Announced on Beach MS V ? at 19 130 NW 5,h pl pr ""' '" *• M u "'"' < '•' ''" Announcement of the creation R 1 „;^' ndTh,. rn'o \ !„' Tl ^^ M """* """• Of the firm of CypCB, Salmon and i^ '*' A N h ^ ,(] 1 Cypen was aaada Wednendaj by Irving.Cypen. attorney of Miami Beach, effective June 1. The partnership will be comI of Irving Cypen, Michael H Salmon and Harry I. < ypen. recently admitted to the Bar. Irving Cypen has been practicing on Miami Beach since 1946, Is a former municipal court judge and was assistant city attorney. Salmon, who has been associated with the office of Irving Cypen. recen'ly was appointed assistant to the attorney general. urdines,. -& iku foe hom§ of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •r** U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACH FT. UUOEJtBAiE WIST A1M SUCJ JAMES H. PRICE & COMPAM I S V EST MENT SECURITIES 60 WALL STREET NEW YORK Current information on Bank. Insurance and all Um\ and Unlleted Stocks and Mutual Funds. WOILD YOU like to know more about an /"!' m "j| <>l>ix>rtunity in a leading company of America /"""*! grouing industry? a company tvhone business has increased 4IJM last year, with ApriTs business 50% over April, iw toftose personnel has jumped 60? since last DfH ber to itt present 703 employees and continuously creasing uhose facilities and equipment are now jour w*l more than fifteen months ago uhose revenue it now derived from fit* **" operations — only two sources a year ago in an industry where comp et ition is repdalfd controlled by an agency of the inited Stales (.IOT-I BBCMt, which agency has recently granted certijirat'onii this company to operate in an area tune that oj a) I JU'd trftose common stock is now selling arouiui toil was $3 last December Jk This U a growth opportunity we believe to be uneq < P and it it further enhanced because oj thf iM.fii'f" l>antion in Florida and itt tie-in with the UtUi inter trade development southward. L Call or write our Coral Gables, Florida office belo* our Latest factual data, without obligation Coral GablM. Fla., 2322 Ponco de Leon Biti| Telephonea. Highland 8-9768 and 8-S743 L Blanche Bowen and Louie E. Laniord. ^f.^"*, Evening, and Sundaya Ph. HI S-MW



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June 8. 1956 %  fair Reveals Exec Posts B Marcus, executive rkfl ntof 1 Start*! Inc., ced the promo.ecutives in the %  W L^ .i Maloff, branch man,!,_,. ; en with Food Fair and branch r for tli" last nine years, promnt-d to the new „: S i^hcrn divisional opened the first itate of Florida. IFriedlaml of store opera ted to branch : has served in isoQ held. ininistrative I ,uht years. lippe;' dfective last line with Food Fair's expansion in the South, n g io M ireus. Fair stores has 240 superlervir a severt-state area %  MCticul I" Florida. Fifty; theui are in Florida Reeman, BuiiderT Dies Here at 66;' Was Noted Leader Paqe 9 B ew rork. ii. R New Tork, Ih Benjamin Fle< SAMUEL LANDSMAN %  y i M lad Ko Hebrew Teachers Elect Louis Gadon owner of Miami, died June 4 ol hear! eon :;:"",• %  >-d.-.. 4 3 .,,.,;.,: It* Mr.. Fleeman was „„.„,,. Vl E3ka lodge, board of me for Home Builders i londa. American .ie. •" ; '"'l Temple Emanu-El. %  a chan,.,member Beth Jacob Coi n Surviving are hU wife. Rose, two ; David and Dr, Jerome, both '"'"•': three brothers, including n. „• iWa^cSn SHA ^\, Harry, Pensacola: "*• %  %  i •urlal were In New fork, V rial Chap^ JESSE ORY re five lived \Ived by husband ; Nan with bin lal In Ml. N came an ago from RochIved b> %  -.. II. Rabbi I • •j \ Olan, I lall is, Ti i a dau i Bertha and burial In Rex hi ster, u ii i, i %  • %  i. Washing ton i %  .i arran BEN M. KAMONS mi n bant, died ..May 21. Ha • 11aco (Torn w. Pa Irmont, W \ ind lived al 743 Almerla, C He Is rarvlved by hla fe, I.. MI'.-, and three sisters. He wa i member of %  ich Rika, Klwanla, Vetarant of Pot Wara and Ami %  %  i,. glon s%  it (ii.nlim l--un.n-.il Home. on : .1 l.o I '. of \ FRANK W. RAHN I Memorial Ma %  MORRIS ROSEN 77, of 753 Mi. 1 .i ,,] M ly 24. He waa B na I Ive of Chic re he ii hardware atore. Ha ta Ml Hi ir: i. hla wife, .i<-:in: an I suns, Joaeph, i: s. ServWM i-i Ohicarp. with ii Chapel in I..ill;--.. fe Louis Gadon. faculty member of Beth David Congregation has been elected president of the Hebrew i Teach, m A-sn. of Greater Miami Other officers named at a recent meeting Include Dr Joseph Hurwitz and Mrs. Batya Stadlan, vice presidents: Irvinfi Shalom, treasurer: and Jo.shua Sfadlan. secretary. Abe, Miami, and and lour isters. 'line 5 in New'ordon Funeral Home with bunai in Mi N,.„„ Cemetery MRS. VEDA BRODER III' %  ''•' li nil Knallxh De. .V of % %  Veda the l ,., .... %  .., v ,| %  In I'.-.: *• Homey rsoara members include the Me["._". x % %  > Mi 1 ; e, with Ml S ins a fa. MRS REY ROSEN died May 21. She ram, sii.is survived bv her I. Meyei thn Al Phil: a daughter, Mn '• a xi %  i : e-Bi h Man orl l C H %  ave., wiiii burial in .\u. In *v dames Fay Feinstein, Ruth Uliss, Rebecca Lipson, Bthel Salt, Rebecca Kclemer and Mr. Zvi H kranz. Honorary president Is Mrs David Freedman Mrs. fliss is outgoing president. S mil II of .1 isii \\ i,n husband, i.. sisters, Im-ludln Isabel Crove Ml in B< a, h an I bmtl %  %  Beth Sholcm Chiefs Consecrated With burial ,va on.:, in HlvV.irIII Mt. Nebo MRS. ANNETTE KAPLAN : ; KW i M n, %  an e here ri \. %  \. ari ago I nd v if .rmei i I I .. %  New Vork Ci ntral RallM. r husband, lb, joi daughter, Mrs Marlon Renthrei % %  i iv H Miami, Mai 31 -it !' With Inn .,il in Ml. \. t erJ MORRIS STERNBERG 7". !•".:''. Blarrlti dr., died Ma< 29 He rame ban i • %  .-,, .ww rork. He I %  nw wife, > idle Bervl ei wara In \'. irk, N .1 it ii Rival ilde-Bearti M i i.. ••' >•'"' ndy is!, II ...local [emi ins. Nebo l It., JOSEPH BOBIS Marldlan ava who camo from Phil Mai 1 jowaa a retired aali %  man ; Ived by his dauahtera, M li.ni Moldoff, MiBather M Blvta Nevh four Bisters, im ludine Mrs. Tlllle Betoff, Rurfelde Bervloei> were May T. in Newman-Gordon Puneral Hi with burial in sonof i NM ..i i 'ami tei i. • IOSEPH LEVY SW :.sth ave i aldi i of Jo. %  ; i and was %  ber of Temple Zlon Bui \ i \ %  < lude hi* -V Ifi. M i ni two %  ns, Hai old and i.-i; 1 nd a grandi hlld, Rervk-ei Pi'nei I Hu •! % %  with burial in Btai of David i ti At Fn i Temple Berth IAI010 (MIDLAND ling Succeeds M Presidency feniple Emami-EI R viII succeed I ient of the I oanu I:I. inning at the i ; Sunday tva ^m held %  joint f danci : the Sisterhood. I'iib %  • \ were Jules • Bon Saul (Jenet. David SamelI kn. vice presiI Rachar.i stone, correspondNary: M i Kl el Salmon, reIrving Schatz%  wrer; Allen Goldberg. of thhoard. I to the board of directors tor Api lebaum, Aaron Jack B u r r i s Henry ••J Deutsch. Morris Dubf Engel, Raymond FeinJrtel, Carl Gardner, Iman Ben Zion GinsGoldman. Benjamin "*rt Cutman, Dr. Sher J n. Walter Kaplan. Pk Marvin Kimmel, David Joseph Kogos, Hyman ik Lane, Albert LehrIStomon L.chter, Jerome [ %  ^ll Mangold. Tom Mel* "ever, Dr. Donald wrshon Miller, Edward J(,p l Newman, Albert Uus J I'erlmutter. Louis evening services ol Sholom last week. Rabbi Leon Kronish consecrated the following officers and board members: Board of directors Ja c k A. Abbott. James M. Albeit, Morris |Alpert. Sidnaj l> An-ni. .Joseph L. lArkin, Zacharj l Bailey, Harrj i Blumin. .1 A Cantor, Max V en, Harry Dinnerstein, Dr Meyer E | matz, I eon ,1 Ell. Jacob shman, Isadora Hecht, Jr. I Kamen. Irving l! Kaplan, Tom C. Kravit/. I ovitz, !! il Miller. Judge Kenneth Oka. '. Samu, I Orltt, Sol s Pine, Dr aoder Robbins, Irvii R hman* Dr. Norman Russ. Samuel Segal, jr., Abe Soloako and Benjamin Zimmerman. Honorary presidents — She Broad and Leon J. Kll: honorary trustees—George Cohen, I ('. Greenberg. Harry Kohn. Charles S, Tobin, Simon Wolff, Abe Zinna mon; Ex-officio: Mrs. Harry A. Lack. Mrs. Sol S. Fine and Albert L. Rosen. SAMUEL SERLIN N me 1 H i and I.i .11,. %  r hildi • n >• es wen I ne I, with burial in Ml S MRS. BELLA SLATER %  I I I %  I burial were In B Itti 1 M. in... ill %  %  iv %  ; • %  MRS. IDA COHAN iQori •• dr died Mt M-i'i:.Lin Weal Palm Beach. ime here :', veara ago from New I Cltj and u ia member of Hadaasah, Cardiac Home and Jewish i Ion • %  r... the Aged. Survh Ii nd, Mack; two tons, William and Harold R da ighti r, Mri Badle Olackman t h bi three slaters < nd six grandchildren Services were May Newman-fin Ion Puneral Home, ith bui ini In Mi. Ni tary. MAX BERNSTEIN 72, of I i t '< % %  died M i Jlffv • % %  In until his a % %  utlve ..r the Am, rli an r Co He came here II i survivltiR wlf, i.iiii.oi. ,i b alater Services and burial %  In Bi ookls n. PAUL HOWARD 7, of MHO W Ba< lie i dr "ho rame here flva veara asm from E3mhurat, \ v.. ili.-l May IS. Ha a Irani ownar. Surviving are his wife, Katharine a ard; an i •• Joy. Ben Ices were M i) 24 In Riverside-Beach Memorial fhapel, Normandy %  MISS CEC.LIA %  FRIEDMAN : %  %  MRS. SARAH MOSES I Women and Bronx H< both of Ml daughter and slatei Bi n I %  %  snd in New Fork. WILLIAM KOSCHEL 5S, of 1585 i"i.iii' :r led May 27, %  here eight vi from Ni Purvlvors In loan: -, son, Mui Laufer; one slater and one brother %  s w are Ms v 2fl In i' i Bi Memorls •• with bui ill In Ml Ni !" %  CemeWILLIAM KENNEY 77, '.' 'MI s\v loth si a May IS. He was :i retired ateel conatructlon worker, formerly of Brooklyn, he h-rn 42 years aE" ami Is survived by two sons. l„-i vvrcniianil Prank, and four grandchildren. Services May :Ti ni Riverside-Beach !. nastier .t.. with burial In Woodlawn Park. JACK WOLF 58, of 53 rolllns ave., Miami nnach. %  l .(" :iv here Wednesday. M ly 23. Newman-Oordan vSineral limn,, waa in charg* "f nrrangementa. MRS. IDA MARGOLIRH 74, passed away May IS Bhe rame go from New v %  nd lived ;•' 1217 Euclid ave. sinla Survived by two sona, Including Qi Martin, North Miami Baa i iciiter, Mrs, Miriam Cole, Miami B, and n brother. Services and burial were In Hew York, with RlveraldeMemorl il Chapel, Washington ;u.'. in charge of local arrangements. MRS. YETTA OLSWANG dl< a May II M R. fSch K e. Joseph Rubin. "' %  Milton Smith, J*>. Altred Stone. Wil""an. Joseph T lianott. Swimmer, Sidney Teller. kin. Ira Walsey, Sam rles Yavers and PVunes. ^' was included in idents advisory com'ncludea Irving Cyfertnan Mechlowitx and MRS. EVA POLLACK Mav 27. •i. from Ann 1 %  m \l h %  MRS. ELIZABETH P. WISE %  v Cincinnati, O bv her husband. Hn i Uordi I' .i %  %  li MRS. ROSE KAY %  h ,.,| I,, fi il %  • % %  !%  Bi ookb %  '. N v Bi >klyn. with R indj Isle, In charge of MAX OLAN : % %  of 9 IS Pennsj l\ < %  Is sve n | men as nt, dli d May 25, He MRS ANNA ROSENTHAL ir ears ago from B ooklyn. Hi by Ids two son-. Including 1 h; two .1 Including Sadie, Miami Beach; and a wi re M iv :'; In Rlv i aide-Beach Memorial I'hapei. Alton I.I with burial in Mt. N'.-in, Cemetery. Teen Aqers Will Attend Confab Two hundred Jewish teen agers. | Camp Blue Star. Hendersonville. including 50 from Greater Miami., N.C., from June 20 to 26, it was will attend the annual District 5 %  Neli lutter. recognized last week when county wi WQ8 trophy of Greater Miami l^^^li Beta Girls' club s.nt-d to Linda Corn (center s*d nt jITJi ^^ ac at Center'a Town Branch. Club^ai 9 sponS ored pliahed best record of more thar by GMJCC throughout Dade r c i6 season. Israel Silver (right), tvisox. looking B'nai B'rith Youth convention at Ten Graduate From Oxford Oxford school. 1204 54 West ave.. conducted commencement ceremonies in the Oxford auditorium this week. Ten candidates for graduation were presented-to director of the school Abraham M. Cassel. Joan Rosenberg, honor student in the graduating class, delivered one of the main addresses. Patricia Lowe delivered the essay which tive was one of the prize winners inthe;Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls. announced by Mrs. Joseph Bermann. chairman of the Greater Miami board of directors of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Featured this year will be a one-day Institute of Judaism on the Sabbath of the convention, which will have as its theme "Judaism—The Way to a Fulfillment of the Purpose of life." Seminars related to this theme will focus on the Bible, Talmud, Siddur, Torah, Customs, Ceremonials and Holidays. The Florida delegation to the convention will be led by Ross Sandier and Joan Siegel, respecpresidents of Aleph Zadik Both pliahed best record of more than community service £y GMJCC throughout Dade in held is Town work during 1955-56 s^;^^/^ Esther T ilchin, Branch supervisor activities contest recently conducted in all county schools. Richard Crimi spoke on "The Power of Education." This is Oxford's second annual commencement event. In its first year, the school graduated one high school student. reside in Miami. Weekly Games Party Miami Beach chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its weekly menorah games party Wednesday noon at the International hotel. Mrs. Max Davis is president. Chairman is Mrs. Morris Frank, youth jpei



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Page 10 B +Jmlst>fhrldriafi_ J^jcxr n of Mr. and Mrs. 'Sidney K.-mian. 3895 NW 2nd ter.. Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah idurinj; Sabbath morning services JtUM 9. of Beth David Conajrfjga> lion Babbi Yaakov Rosonl>erg will officiate, with Cantor William W. I.ip-on rendering the musical porUon "f the liturgy, Mr and Mr* Kaplan will be DOltl at Kiddu>h on Sabbath mornIng David i;m eighth trade student ; %  '. Klnlodl Park .Junior High and is in the adtOOl b;in>l He hai been attending Beth David raUgioua achool for the BMKBI eight jraan and li in the Talli and Tefilin club. Out-of-town g u aa ta will include Mr ai 'I Mr Barn Kaplan, Brooklyn, \v. graadparanta; Mrs. Frank KelOUI, South Ha.Hey Falls. Mass., aunt; and MrSamuel Weber, aunt, lira M. K. Bock, Ivan Bock ami Dana Bock, all (roan Atlanta, Ga Out-of-Towners Will Fete Irwin Irwin Becker will become Bar Mittvah Saturday morning. June 9, at Flagler-C.ranada Jewish Community Center. Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate. Irwin is the MB] of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker. Miami Springs. and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fraidlin. Hialeah. The Becker's will be hosts atj Kidduak following the Saturday I services. Sunday evening a dinner' will be held at Lincoln Manor tor. immediate family Irwin is an eighth grade student at Miami Springs Junior High. where his mother has just been elected president of the IT A. He is a member of the school band. The Bar Mitzvah attended religious school for three years at Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center and one year at FlaglerGranada. Out-of-town guests will include his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Abramson, and cousin Sherry Ann. Tampa; uncle. Joseph C. Fraidlin. and cousin Janet Sue. Winchester. Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Mendelson, Cleveland, O.; and Mr. and Mrs. David Becker. Rochester. NY. Beth El Academy Tuesday evening, June 12. Beth El Academy will hold closing exercises marking the end of its fourth year. The program, in which pupils will participate, is scheduled for the main synagogue, 500 SW 17th ave. Highlight of the evening will be the cap and gown graduation of the kindergarten class directed by Mrs. George Saft. Pupils of each grade will then be presented in a varied Hebrew-English program. First grade children will portray the story of "A Lonesome Cowboy." The Hebrew portion for this grade will be entitled "Torah Time Has Come." Students of the kindergarten, second *md fourth grades will present a play entitled "Miss Bright Takes Her Children to Mother Goose Island." Also scheduled are a skit. "School Daze." third and fourth grades, presenting liturgical prayers. Program Is directed by Mrs. Ann Guttridge. Mrs. Rosemary Guard. Mrs. Rochelle Ross. Mrs. Ethel Saft Ends Fourth and Mrs Rulh ,, Sw.rsky win deljver I 'Cupid's Bm"jjjf June and romance win I theme a. Fl^ler-Gran* mty Center Saturday when a "Cupid's Bean be held. Hialeah 120 Acres Near Graham Dairy $750 par acre 29% Dawn Call CARL PFEIFFER, Realtor TODAY 4642 W. Flogler St. Phone 83-6038 Good Acreage 127' on Canal 150' on Railroad 4C Duplex Zoned 60' Corner R-l J 325' en U.S. 27, 2 kWtb Oaf bay. 3200 H ^ %  M|. Socril.ce. CALL ADAMS HIALEAH REALT TU 8-3003 Hebrew Free Loan Group In Final Meeting of Season Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. held its final membership meeting Monday evening at the Town Rranch of the Community Center Comprehensive reftort of activities aaaa given by president Isidore Schwartz. Kabbi Simon April, of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. discussed the aims of the Hebrew Free Loan. Cantor Berele Kelemer W,TH C00WI U0,IS %  •*% rendered liturgical selections. ***** %  *—! %  %  lZ?'? n !" __ r aam wHfc private both, 3 clotets. Strictly kosher. Bus at door. S.W. soction. For information write Mrs. $.. lax 2973, Miami IS, er call 12-5*36. HAVE HOME TO SHARE NORTH FLORIDA A( 400 ACRES Frontage on three pivtj ; Very close to good town. %  ere. Terms 1,900 ACRE U.S. Highw.i, tr'u t graded roxi Hundrtdj pasture with bXar.ce en WiStr UnA I fenced. for farming, also hai L. Otherw.tr du t> locit'M i cily I. !" ts of good city, •ere. Terms 1,950 ACRES ConsideriMe timber and nwj pine. Divided by county uled for oav.ng Price $*) ad MANY OTHERS TO SELEf Phyllis Dee, daughter of Dr. and Mis. Herman Mechlowitz. will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, June 9. Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman will officiate. Phyllis is an j eighth grade student at Nauj t;lus Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Reception Honors Stuart Pcr.rr.an Stuart David IVrlman will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morninn aervicea, Juna !. of Zanora Jawiab (enter. Rab!>i B. Leon Hurwitz will offir-iate Stuart i>. the son of Mr. and Hra. Irving Perlman. 511 SW 39th ct who will honor their son at a reception and dinner Sunday evening in the Alpine room ot the Lucerne hotel. stuart's ajrandparanta, aunts and uncles, all from Brooklyn and Long Island. N.Y., will arm.' here to participate in the occasion. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth trader at Kinloch Park Junior High litha-attended Zamora religious achool lor the pat two years. — Lock Look 20 ACRES Jott off US. No. 1. A aoo*1 deal at $1,750 per acre, terms 20 ACRES Old Groye.in the Control Redlands Only $1,500 per acre 40 ACRES Corner Redlond Rd. and Hainlin Dr., high land. Only $1,850 per acre, terms. 25 ACRES Hainlin Dr. beautiful pin* land. Good location. $1,150 per acre, terms. CALL MO 7-2503 JANES REALTY COMPANY, INC. ON U.S. 1 at KENDALL. South of Miami Big Event Staled West Miami B'nai B'rith women'a club will hold its first hij event Saturday. June 16, at the Surfcomber hotel. DPhiE Assn. Meets Here Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi Ep.silon sorority met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Joseph Shopiro, 1520 West ave SOUND INVESTMENT 115 ACRES IN HEART Of NEW INDUSTRIAL AREA, WEST OF AIRPORT 13' iquore foot FRANKLIN CRAVER, Broker Phone NE 4-7364 RIVER FRONTAGE 360' ON MIAMI RIVER by 3M' deep Surrounded by ornomentol mOMnry walls. Planned by wealthy yacht own er far home and yoeht hasin. Death intervened, located just East of N.W. 17th Ave. Rridae an N.W. So. River Drive. W. H. LEE l COMPANY REALTORS Ph. 82-7122 12,000 Acres TO IE SOLD IN 10 ACRE TRACTS OR MORE. South side Tamtam! Trail, Dade and Collier County, from $65 to $100 %  er aero. large and Small Tracts Throughout the State. H. I. HEATH Registered Broker 84-3475 SUNDAYS and EVENINGS CALL NE 4-5713 Or 898032 To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 1241* N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone 14-4661 0PA-L0CKA INDUSTRIAL 235' FRONTAGE RR Siding — CBS Building. $25,000 with only $6,000 Down. Excellent Tarmt. Calf WILLIE ABRAMSKY Ml 6-5712 FR 3-1901 RAYMOND C. ASMAR. Realtor ALMOST iVFrV Estate Home Near New South Dade Center 3 Redroom, 2' 1 laths, 2 Cor Garoae, Haft Enclosed Pool, Patio, Separate Dlrtinf Room. DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor 7210 RED ROAD PH. MO 7-2561 SUBURBAN 90 AC About ? -t on pivaJl mi 's from C.nnesviHc. acre. Terms. LAND SPECIALIS HENDERSON & B B O K E P. 81 18 N.W. 2nd STUB PH. It 28181 GAINESVILLE, FIOM KEEN-L0VELL REAL ESTATE DIALING IN ALL TY'li Of ACREAGE IN SOUTH DADE 16821 S. Federal Highway PHONE tl 7-901S New Stores Priced at 5 Times Income Secure Leases Proven Income from $10,000 up DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor HOMESTEAD 10 ACRES PINELAND$1100 Per Acre HOMESTEAD IS HURTING lor HOUSES. Term*. We have oth•r Acreage all over the State of Florida. SNYDER. Broker. 89-9914 — Evening. MU 1-5510. 7210 RfD ROAD ML MO 7-2Set BREYARJ COUNT 1 R. C. BUI 116 Willard! Cocoa, Fli SPICIAUM BRIVARD CM PROMT! Wf HAVI urn*** I WANT, Mf > Road Fronteje a Ocean Froa**!* e Busin*U M* o lnesta*i' e Ctnr -v--^^v^-w-^--v--v--v^v-*vMAINTENANCE, Incorporate $A5H ana* SCUM StRMt AUIN I. PARRISH. Manogtr 3427 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 3-5491 ^^vv^v^vvv



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8, 1956 rs ft fin '; |lo right arc graduatea ,of Town Branch er y School, Group I, of Greater Miami Community Center: Robert Idels, I Reiter, Richard Maxwell, Mark Lomaskin. Rhode Cillery, head teacher Bettv Yanow,,,. Sandy Wo.fe and Irv.gS^ H V liates o! Flagler-Granada Jewish CornCenter Nursery School, affiliate of rter Miami Jewish Community Center, Deft to riqhti Morris Kessler, Barry Sedhk, Sharon Marks, Rod Rosenthal, Mrs. N Tudor, head teacher, Maddy Goldenberg, Lynn Jaffe, Herbert Solomon, Mark Winder and Charles Rosenbach. Southeast Region Of ZOA Schedules Meeting in Atlanta Snrinc '"ooiinu of the Southeast region. Zionist Organization of America, administrative commit will take place at the Mavfair country club in Atlanta, On.. Sunday, according to Harry Jaffe. of Birmingham. Ala. Session* wffl start at 10 a.m nuriny which time committees will report their activities for the year I.uneheon ha, been planned at the Mayfair at 1 p.m., when Mortimer May. of Nashville. Tenn.. national president of the Zionist Organization of America, will discuss decisions made at the World ZionM ; Congress recently held in Jerusalem. May led the ZOA delegation at the 24th Congress. On Saturday night. June 9. the Atlanta Zionist District will be h-t to a reception in honor of visiting delegates from the Southeast region, which includes Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee and the Carolinas. Attending from South Florida will he Seymour B. Liebman, president of the Southea-t region, Morris Simon, Herbert R. Linick. Max Friedson, David Goodwin. A. Arthur Pekelner. Abe Schafer, Saul Genet, Archie Goodwin. Sheldon' Lelchuk, Isidore Kramer of HollyWood, Frank Bayer of F'alm Beach' and Gil Rappaport. director of the Southeast region. Page IIP Stand Up and Be Counted IN THIS HOUR OF CRISIS FOR ISRAEL invest in .. IRBAEL no\ns Call Mayshie-JE 8-4969 Unlimited Funds for Top Grade Industrial and Commercial Mortgage Loans R. K. COOPER, INC. 2733 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone HI 4-4611 II graduates of Greater Miami Jewish unity Center Town Branch Nursery are (left to right) Donald Rosenthal, Davidson, Joy Gottlieb, Nancy Rayvis Will be Speaker At the weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach B'nai BYith %  Tue>pe;iker. Rayvis istate chairman of the Anti-Defamation League for the Slate n| Florida and ADL chairman for Sholem loduc. 1' 2 Acres in Da vie High and Dry. on Cherry Road. Quarter of mile south of Griffin Road. (Watch for sign.) 29. Cash. Balance EZ. 10 Acres on Bovvers Road 'A. mile south of Griffin Road. (Watch for sign.) Half Cash. Balance EZ. 10 Acres Near Hollywood Blvd. $400 per Acre. Half cash. 1500 Acres on Hollywood Blvd. $500 per Acre 29*. cash. 150 Acres Blvd. & Pembroke Road Frontage 29*. cash 20 Acres or Less Point Everglades lndus:rial Phone Key Howell Hollywood 3-2733 Evenings GLENN MITCHELL, Realtor 2422 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. Ph. 2-8296. Hollywood, Fla. Sen Feldman, David Gillery, Leslie Winston, Barbara Zimmett, head teacher, Morris Fishman, Amy Greenfeld, James Pickar, Shara Pavlow, Laurie Siden and Jay Schaefier. Children In Spring Festival nursery tchoola of the i imi Jewish Community, entcd ;, i .iduation and [ stival Wedl i -'lay. nur-u\ -• hooli at the! anch and I ^ler-Granada | I of the fe.^ti 1 '"tier Lands in the : • of a drama-, e ctumes, and custom of peoProgram at the Beach Branch was entitled "Songa We Like to Sing." Children graduating in the three schoolare: Beach Branch — Deborrah Arafe. Michael Lux. Jeffrey D. Robinson and Bruce Alan Sawyer Flagler-Granada Jewish Center— Morrfa Kessler, Barry Sedlik. Sharon Marks, Hod Rosenthal, Madd) Goldenberg, Lynn Jaffe, Herbert Solomon. Mark Winder and I h Rosenbach. Town Branch Group 1—Robert Idels. Steve Reiter. Richard Maxwell. Mark Lomaskin. Betty Yanow-1 itz. Sandy Wolfe and Irving SilverI man. Town Branch Group II—Donald Rosenthal Jonathan Davidson. JayGottlieb, Nancy Feldman, David Gillery, Leslie Winston, Morris Fishman, Amy Greenfeld, James Pickar, shara Pavlov, Laurie Siden and Jay Schaeffer. For Your Real Estate, Insurance and Mortgage Requirements: Janes Realty Company, Inc. We Cover Florida .. Peninsula of Health and Wealth For PROMPT and RELIABLE Service • f f i c e s : 9810 S. Dixie Highway. Kendall, Florida, Phone—Miami MOhawk 7-2503 Sylvan Shores Hotel. Mt. Dora, Florida. Phone 2-4041 50 10th Street. West, Bradenton, Florida, Phone 2-6951 frathiate At Whitefleld High School i ilorful cereday. : from senior hiph Jill M. Brothers. IKat/ Victor H. Klein h Schneider, Edward Michael L. Solloway fThal lB Bialolenki and Philip %  w graduated from the 1 school division. 1Io "|> president of the int roduced Edward People Know £ l*e lime to Buy" %  **k from a brief eeco&f • tall, for BIACt j '• &f homr-i, basiaesf fprepertiei conn and l*PlfSED how lmmil J V5*rw '? ke MW *"+ %  %  I'kerol terms wt CM £ Al ISTATI ffil "V?' %  *• n~) !iHi 4-1 29 3 Schwartz, who delivered the vale dietary. Farewell address was 1 given by Andre S. Bialolenki. principal. 6505 SW 92nd St. at Felix Parkway _10VIU_MOM t ON I 1 4 AWES spacious bedrooms with sepqrote 2 Cor Goroge with Complete Both that wet. Id make a lovely guest hoose. MANGO GROVI one" many • ther FRU'T TREES. lush londscao in,. NEAR NEW DA0E JEWISH CENTER. Mast be eer to be appreciated. Open from 15 Saturday and Sunday, Jane 9th and 10th. TOWN & COUNTRY REALTY 108 Giralde Corel Gablas Phone HI 6-1618 R. H. Shaddick REALTOR SALES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT M ORTGAGE LOANS 98 GIRAIDA AVENUE Shaddick Building CORAL GABIES Ph. Highland 8 2591 FT. MYERS AREA 5 MILES CHARLOTTE BAY FRONTAGE 10.800 ACRES — Price $1,350,000 Good Terms A. E. & R. F. Raidle Real Estate 232 S. County Rd., Palm Beach Ph. TEmple 3-4549 Specialh ~v^vvv FjjOj* AUGUST BP.OS R Yt izffeLl Jists since 1924 in choice real estate in Tropical Southwest Florida large Acreage, Waterfront, Islands, Highway Frontage, Business Opportunities JEFFC0TT REALTY INVESTMENTS 2400 tIRST ST., EORT MYERS FLORIDA • P hone Edison 5-4421 2 4 2 ACRE PIECES High and cleared, on paved road $2 250 eoch. Near St. luce Canal and State Highwoy 7*. NORMAN E. BUTLER ,3030 N.W. 7,h"Tv." MU M440 OCEANFRONT $49.50 FT. 9,000 Ft. of beautiful sand beach, depth up to 3,400 Ft. to river. Both tides A-l-A. 8 miles south New Smyrna Beach. Price $49.50 per Ft. Al so 1,320 Ft. Titu svi lle Beach, 2,600 F t. in depth, 2 sides A-l-A. All high and dry. Last available tract near Guided Missile Base. Price $110 Ft. JOHN DEEGAN 7625 Blscayne Blvd. Phone 84-4806 THE McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNE. M.A.i MARION C. McCUNE, MA.l, 151 N.E THIRD STREET MIAMI Established I'M



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Page 12 B k^lstncrldUar_ Friday GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST CASABLANCA (JTA) — Ten Jews were kidnapped in Fnstorn Morocco within a 48 hour period in a resurgence of activity by the underground "Moroccan Liberation Army" that ha> left a number of people dead and has taken 15 persons prisoner, it was reported here. Six Jews were abducted in Oujda. five from their shops and one from hit home The other kidnapped Jews were taken in the Fez area One lew. identified as Aziza, a grocer, has already been freed ISTANBUL — The Turkish Government has embarked on a • get tough with Egypt" campaign while three prominent Turkish newspapermen, just back from Israel, started %  aarlea of articles in their newspaper^ pnusing what they saw in the Jewish State The campaign dgainst Egypt was launched with a broadcast over the government controlled Ankara Radio charging Egypt with creating discord in the Middle Fast and with serving Communist ends "The Egyptian leaders behavinj like the last adherents of an imperialism which is going OUl of fashion," the Turkish broadcast said. lamora Jewish Center Joins United Synagogue Zamora Jewish Center. Coral Gables, is among ten new congregations elected to membership in the tinted Synagogue of America at the May meeting of the organization's executive council, it was reported by Dr. Milton Nevins. chairman of the committee on affiliations. Since the beginning of the cur cone [rent y Par ^ admitted ,nt 0 lh f* jogue h nn ^ throughout, he lniled ; Canada. CASABLANCA i.ITAl—The first three Jewish doctors have been inducted into the new Moroccan Army, it was revealed here The Jews, lumen In lt from among doctors with less than five years of practice, were all given the rank of lieutenant They will be part of a group which will make up the Moroccan Army Medical Corps. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS LONDON (JTA) — The Israel-Arab dispute and the Middle Fast security situation were discussed by Generalissimo Franco and King Feisal of Iraq at a meeting in Madrid, the Times of Ixndon reported last week from the Spanish capital Col Gamal Abdel Nasser. Egyptian Premier, is expected to visit Madrid vnthin the year, the Times reported. It noted th.it for some years now Gen. Franco, who believes that Spain could serve R| a link between Islam and the West, has been assiduously cultivating the Arab rttUf. Franco"l mruern with Communist influence m the Arali states was heightened, the Times indicated, by Egypt's plition of Communist China. ROME [JTA) The Fifth Congress of Italian Jewish Communities opened her.' with delegates from 23 different Italian Jewish communiparticipating. The congress is held every five years Sen UfO delta Seta, one of the speakers at the opening session, called for stricter adherence to thc.Italian constitutional guarantees of religious freedom i"i minorities Dante LttbM, renowned Jewish scholar and vice president of the Union, said that the greatest danger to the Jews today was their ignorance Ol the moral and spiritual values of Judaism. BRUSSELS iJTAl—A demand for $20,000,000 as compensation for families Of 21.000 Belgian Jews murdered in German concentration camps will figure high in the list of demands to be made by the Belgian Govornmont to the Bonn regime in connection with claims arising out i the German occupation <>f this country The Belgian claims will be %  umined in Bonn on June 19. together with similar claims put forward b) the Netherlands. France and Italy. FRANKFURT (JTA)—The leniency shown by German courts on (he rare occa-ion-. when Na/i crimes still come to trial is denounced in a resolution adopted hy a regional conference of Social Democratic women One ol the cases cited in the resolution is that of ex-Wehrmacht i apitan Carl Kricdnch Noell and ex Sergeant Emil Zimber. the former .i ichool teacher near Darmstadt, and the latter a postwar member of the PTtiburfl police force They had been indicted for "participation in murder becatlM the) o r dered the slaughter of at least 250 Jews in a \illage near Smolensk, during the German advance on Moscow in 1941. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE BUENOS AIRES (JTA>The 1955 Stoliar literary prizes for the two best books Ol the year were awarded here to Baruch Hager for his book Ifalchut Hassidut" and Beirish Wcinstein for his "America" The In irdi were established to commemorate the name of Mordecai Stoliar. late founder' and editor id the Viddi-he ZeiUing largest Jewish daily newspaper in Latin America. BOSTON (JTA-The FBI and postal authorities have been asked to investigate anti Semitic letters witH from California to Jewish com munit> (enters temples and other institutes in Boston and other cities of the United stateit wet revealed here i>> Robert E. Segal, executive director of the Jewish Community Council of this city The letters ostensibly come from a Nisei (Japanese American! organization in Car dena. Calif However. NiseJ spokesmen in that city deny that they come from Japanese and believe that they are a "deliberate attempt to m cense one minority group against another KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (JTA) "Exclusive" social clubs have become a powerful social force which "patternizes and perpetuates dis crimination in business, education, housing and civic affairs." Henry E. Schultz. chairman of the B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation league, told the 104th annual convention of B'nai B'rith District 1 here. Mr. Schultz charged that "social separatism" practiced by country and luncheon clubs has kept members of minority groups from the leadership councils of their community. LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA>—Plans to construct a railroad between Beersheba and the phosphate mines of the deep Negev and an aerial railway for the transportation of chemicals from the potash plant at Sodom to the port of Eilath were placed before the Israel Government this week. The plans were prepared by Compaigne Dunkerquise. a French construction company has signed a contract to build a subway in Haifa and has prepared a plan for a subway in Tel Aviv The plan calls for completion of both Negev projects within two years. JERUSALEM (JTA>—Both the Israel Government and the Jewish Agency have denied a report to the effect that a "secret Zionist" broadcasting station beamed to the Soviet Union had been established. There is no such station in existence. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. world president of the Jewish Agency, said, and there are no plans to establish such a facility. Dr Walter F.ytan. director general of the Israel Foreign Ministry, left here for a six-week tour of Eastern European countries. His itinerary includes stops at Moscow, Prague. Budapest and Bucharest. iOKTOX TIRE U. S. ROV A l | HHomr DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMILJ with Blowout-Proof Steel! Wo hav ill New Sorer* Age U. S .toye l Ma.ter| |he only tire with • flexible steal Safety Crewe^" that mokes tread BLOWOUT-PROOF I AMAZING TISTS PROVE IT! KING SIZE ALLOWANCES FOR OLD Til 10c GETS YOU ROLLING '%ft V£ EASY CREDIT. Btfgg ._..*> to a finance com YOU NAME THE TERMS pa ny OVER 32 YEARS HtfUlAILl DEALING ASSURES YOU 09 it BETTER VALUE IETTER SERVICE NORTON TIRE^ MIAMI 500 W. Flaff*. MIAMI BEACH Narton P-H* *•* 1454 Altow Re*, IETTER. CREDIT TERMS FLORIDA'S LARGEST JsSs 102 U.S. ROYAL HEADQUARTERS


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Miami, Fla
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June 8, 1956

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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lewybJEIoioidliiauPi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH
WEEKLY
fJ^T^o Number 23
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 8, 1956
Price 20c
jjjgjgtgp dozen Tims
Test Hot Arab Defiance
Of British-Led Resolution;
East Bloc in UN Pressure
I Following his election to presidency of
World Zionist Organization, Dr. Nahum
Goldman pays visit to Mrs. Vera Weizmann,
widow of Dr. Chaim Weizman, who prece-
ded Dr. Goldman in office. Assembled in
Weizmann House at Revoth (left to right) are
Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman, Executive
Council, Weizmann Institute of Science;
Dr. Goldman; Boris Gouriel. director, Weiz-
mann Archives; and Mrs. Weizmann.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)The
British delegation at the United
Nations, supported by the United
States. France and a majority of
members of the UN Security Coun-
cil, but deserted by the Soviet
Union, had to show this week
whether it submits to Arab defi-
ance of its resolution on the Arab-
Israel issue or intends to seek a
formal vote on the draft which
aims to further the reduction of
tensions on the frontiers between
brae] and the Arab countries.
The Arabs succeeded in blocking
a vote Friday. Vehement pressure
j was used by the delegates of Syria.
| Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon, and
threats were voiced by them that

M Of SOVIET UNION EXPLAINED TO PRESIDENT BY CHIEF DELEGATE
.edge Reports to Ike on Security Council Intrigue
HOW AID KAMI
*-
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
developments which are now
taking place in the United Na-
tions Security Council with re-
gard to the Arab-Israel issue
were outlined to President Eisen-
hower last weekend by Henry
Cabot Lodge, jr.. head of the
American delegation to the
United Nations.
It is believed that Mr. Lodge
reported to the President on the
opposition which the Arabs arc
now displaying at the Security
Council against the British reso-
lution, seeking to further the re-
duction in Arab-Israel tensions
which was brought about by the
recent visit to the Middle East
of UN Secretary General Dag
Hammnrskjold. The role which
the Soviet delegation at the UN
is playing in supporting the Arab
defiance of the British resolution.
which has received the support
of the United States and France,
was also believed to have been
brought to President Eisenhow-
er's attention by Mr. Lodge.
In the meantime, it was learn-
ed here that leaders of the
Republican party intend to ask
President Eisenhower to publicly,
denounce the barring of Ameri-
can Jewish service men from U.S.
military installations in Saudi
Arabia. The President has so far
not answered letters sent to him
by the American Veterans Com-
mittee, and by Jewish organiza-
tions asking him for a clear-cut
statement on the "un-American
and discriminatory policy" with
regard to Jewish GIs.
Arab-Israel tension will be worse
than ever if the Council "dares" to
pass the British resolution calling
for ultimate "peaceful settlement"
of conflicts on a basis "mutually
I acceptable" to Israel as well as to
the Arab armistice signatories.
The "dare" was voiced here a
do7en times during the long debate
last week by all of the Arab dele-
gates, led. in this campaign against
ultimate peace, by Ahmed Shu-
;kairy of Syria. The clause in the
I British rf solution to which the
Arabs object would declare that
the Security Council is "conscious
of the need to create conditions (in
the Middle East) in which peaceful
settlement on a mutually accepta-
ble basis of the disputes between
the parties can be made.
As far as the Arabs are con-
cerned, they made clear here,
there is no possibility of "mutual-
ly" agreeing with Israel on basic
issues. To Syria, as Mr. Shukairy
m,.-.,..:.-,'., brtol does not exist. He
said that to him "Palestine is only
j Southern Syria." Soviet delegate
Arkady Sobolev, in backing the
I Arab delegations in their drive to
delete the caluse which mentions
| the possibility of a "mutually ac-
Continutd on Pag* 9 A
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ESHKOL, MYERSON PUT FORWARD AS POSSIBILITIES
Mcpai Party Leadership Still Open;
'Draft Sharett' Move Slowing Down
JERUSU EM (JTA)A decision on pulling a Mapai Minister out of! the one generally considered to be
the Cabinet and placing him at the helm of the party in an attempt to!most critical relates to the ques-
Oration Annual Meet Wednesday
m Tap Howard Kane for President
lilt* \_tlUlll Stem interul differences and to otherwise strengthen the Labor move-
ment was expected to be taken this week by a special committee of nine
top party leaders who. under the chairmanship of Premier David Ben
Gurion have been studying the problem, it was learned here
The decision on who should be the new secretary general of the
party seems to be swinging swaj
from Foreign Minister Moshe Shar-j widespread belief that present
ett. who was lust believed to be'party leadership seems unable to
the best choice. The prevailing ;cope Wjth a variety of pressing
Howard Kane, prominent local business executive and civic leader,
oeen nominated for the presidency of the Greater Miami Jewish
.!?"" ws announced this week by Carl Weinkle, chairman of
wnnnatwig committee.
tone headi the slate of candidates for official positions in Federa-
te be .-looted at the 18th annual dinner meeting Wednesday
^8, June 13, at the Seville*--------------------------------"
Life ann i I The Jewish Floridian and dinner
ann,i.,i meeting of Federa-1 cnairinani announced Wednesdaj
sanity'-i---^" t.heBt?e,orithat arrangements are now
opinion is that changing the eoun-
nVs Foreign Minister at this stage
would be costly from a political
point of view. Reports have either
Labor Minister Golda Myers.m or
Finance Minister Lev! Eshkol as
likely candidates for the top party
posts.
Sharett is keeping aloof from
the discussion- and is pictured as
prepared to take whatever assign-
ment the party gives him.
Pressure for a change in party
leadership stems largely from the
domestic issues. Of these issues.
tion of the nation's economy.
This issue takes on sharper
focus with the forecast of a sharp
rise in unemployment with the end
of the citrus season and the com-
pletion of a number of emergency
defense works. At the same time,
the inflationary trend in the econ-
Continued on Pfl 9 A
RAAB DEMANDS RELEASE OF 15
VIENNA (JTA) Austrian Chancellor Julius Raab, leader of the
People's Party, larger of the two parties in the coalition government,
clashed with his Socialist colleagues in the Cabinet over the arrest of
15 Austrian ex-policemen arrested here and accused of having partici-
pated in the mass extermination of Jews in a number of cities during
the Nazi occupation of Poland. The Chancellor wanted the men released
and further investigation of their case dropped; the Socialists refused.
It was expected that the next government, which will again have the
People's Party leading it. will pass wider amnesty laws for ex-Nazis.
n Planning for the up-ip|eted for tho arrival here of
*f au Proves an op- p^.p Bernstein, executive direc
J "i the Jewish communi tor of the council of Jewish Fedcr-
d ations and Welfare Funds, as prin-
cipal speaker.
He was named executive direc-
tor of Council in 1954. culminating
11 years of service with the or
gamut ion.
Named as vice presidents are
Sam J. Heiman, Aaron M. Kanner,
Canada Seen Bright Spot for Immigrants
Appeal drive.
" William Brenner, reserva-
fa.rman. has announced
*> )lnner wi ^ wrved
th8' r> ervaUoni are now be-
"W'ved a cocktail party will
tl'< dinner.
K Shochet, publisher of
Continued en Pa *A
st IOUIS (JTA) Canada was described as a
hrfeht snot in .he emigration plans of the United
STbSiSc^ *A Communa. Serv*
The convention, attended by more than 1.000
jow.sh social workers from all parts of the country,
hoard a report on Jewish migration t***
Rioe, acting executive director of Un.ted H.as
Edward M. Kahn. executive director of the Jewish
Social Service Federation and the Jewish Welfare
Fund of Atlanta, Ga., was elected president of the
Conference.
The convention also discussed anti-Jewish dis-
crimination and heard reports on attempts to intro-
duce religious instruction into the public schools.
Leo Pfeffer, associate general counsel of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, told the parley that there is
great pressure developing to evade the U.S. Supreme
Court's decision banning religious instruction from
the public schools.


Pcge 2 A
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Bond Worker Will be Feted Here;
Glazier to Leave for Israel Tour
JfiJoy. June 8.
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ever program for meeting, sponsored by Greater Miami Com-
mittee for State of Israel Bonds, are Mrs. Nathan (Ida) Book-
span, bond chairman for Pioneer Women's Council, and J. Z.
Stadlan, president of Bialik Branch of Farband.
Middle East Crisis Cause for Action
As 'Security Month' Declared Here
"The continuing crisis in the Middle East, which pose a Rave
blem for the people must be met bj decisive economic
on tiic part <>f the local Jewish community." it was declared
b) Jacob man ol the Greater Miami Committee
of Israel Bonds.
ing (or ti< il need for develop
Few weeh nnounced thai the m
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Durli period,
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be I ni
the Unit-
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the chairman -
the cause ol
dom, as Vmericans, t mobilize our
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m nipporl of I--
which i- facing the most eru-
dtuation since the establish-
nt its Indepi i
Tha Israel Bond campaign, he
I must raise a minimum of
I richly defter thia tribute." "Workei
Named eo chairmen of the Wbuted at the brundi '
t.runcb are Mrs. Nathan Bookspan.
Israel Bonds chairman for the
TPItmiP KHtM MM ,;r,':,UT Ml:mi p"-neer Won.,
ICS.IUI^ 131-311 1VII (oum(, HIld z stadlan. pres.
.lent ol the Bialik Branch of 1
hand. Labor Zionist order to which
Albert J Brsch was installed for,' r"'* *'.,"n'* Pano.nt <
his second term as president of) A w*rtrs meeting will be hefrl Ne. old 7rS
Temple brat! Men's club Saturday t the Israel Bond office, 1544 Caftrc! or Comaletet.i
evening. Washington ave. Surday morning J2L2 '" W -*
Others who assumed office were t0 ^p,^ pUns tor brunch pho '"o^i^
Ted Sandier, vice president: Herb-' rlTOne 9-3444
ert Kaufman, vice president: Frank and to sta*e "^telephone sale.
Terlman. vice president: Harvey' *PPeal.
Kelman. secretary; Fred Diamond. | At J.he "Workers for Israel"
financial secretary; and Morton A. brunch June 17, Sidney Glazier.
\OK MAX
city manager of the Israel Bonds
organisation, will be feted on the
Grant, treasurer
Installed as members of the
board of directors were Dr. Sam
\rono\it7. Martin Block. B F .occasion of his departure for Israel
Braalauer, Herman Binder, I. D. I Glazier was one of four bonds
Bernstein, GeorfB chert k of. managers in the countrv selected
George Fish. G. Freehlinp Sanford ... it .^_.
I i|rui to visit Israel and report on condi
Noiinan Glller, Charles (Jreen
berg. I- Hiischfield. Arthur S.
Kahn. Hy Kaplan. Sanford Levkoff.
Elmer LeiIt
Max Marks, Judge Raymond Na-;
than. Morn- Olkeaj I t S< h
end Paul Schotnberg.
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j Pay Tribute
!Cantor Kelemer
.400 men. women and chil-
KMlhercl ;.t the Hotel Scvill.-
'L- morninu, May 26. to pay
, to Cantor Samuel Kelemer
nation of the testimonial
to him. marking In- tenth
f,..,|V with Temple Beth
lading thp ">"'-ical tribute to
(tor KelerrnT was Rabbi I.eon
U spiritual leader of Beth
u" Cantor Berle Kelemer,
j Hebrew School and ConRre-
broth.T of the guest of
and hi-- two sons. Jordan
"jnins! Kelemer, represented
[l,rilv in tribute. Representing
, rfiiiiinu- school, under the
ler>hip of educational director
LT j. Greenberg. were Goldie
man. religiU8 school choir in-
rtcr. Stephen Katzin. Joan
ton and Suzanne Materson.
it Mariuv Hanson, of Ft. Laud-
ilt. delivered the keynote ad-
Bph Spero. president of Beth
Job. presented a Scroll of Hon-
ffrcm the congregation, and
or Irving Robinson, of Coral
L>. Jewi-h Center, presented a
loll on behalf of the Cantors
l. cf Greater Miami. Leon J.
honorary president of Beth
Ion ind chairman of the testi-
ual dinner, announced that
1 200 telegrams and messages
Icotgratulatmns and good wishes
I been received.
I also presented to Cantor Kel- j
ti a check on behalf of the
hpejation Co-chairmen of the
pel i were Mrs. Barry Cameron
I Mrs. Sol S. Pine.
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CROWN FENCE
Cantor Samuel Kelemer (left) receives program of evening's
festivities from Leon J. Ell, chairman, while Rabbi Leon Kronish
looks on.
Hurricane AZA Has First Degree Ritual
iilk Will Give Percentage
Mils to Groups Here
poard of directors of the Hotel
He laii week announced a plan
(cortribute a maximum percent-
ItfiU profits to local charities
|Amcng organizations already ap-
jted for contributions are the
Mnity Chest, Mt. Sinai Hospi-
St. Francis Hospital, Greater
mi Jewish Federation and the
hversity of Miami.
petal members on the board of
crs. which recently leased the
I for a ten year period, include
Bt (Robbie 1 Robinson, execu-
vice president and general
Mger, Leonard A. Wein and
1 Green
Over 80 persons attended the
model meeting, installation and
first degree ritual of the Hurricane
chapter of AZA at ceremonies last
week.
Judge Milton Freedman. national
B'nai B'rith commissioner, install-
ed Al Capp as president; Richard
Bailey, vice president; Richard
Cromer, secretary; Steven Kulvin,
treasurer; and Charles Kamen,
pledge master.
Others were Jeff Herrman, Phil
Edwards. David Sarbcy. Donald
Bierman. Leonard Nabutovsky and
Sidney Indgin.
Milton Fendell, Hurrican advisor
for nearly four years, received his
advisor's pin.
First degree ritual for new
Alephs was given by Louis Berman
to Albert Abromowitz, Michael
Burney, Richard Flexncr, Allen
Foodman. Charles Greenberg. Hen-
ry Greenfield, Benjamin Klein.
Allen Sockloff and David Stein-
berg.
Affair was held at the home of
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Entered ai second-class maMer July 4. 1930. at tha Poat
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8US8CR.PTION R A T K I
One Year___________MOO________Two Vear> -----------
Sivan 29. 5716
Volume 30 Number 23
Friday. June 8. 1956
Federation Annual Meet Tribute to Past Sight on Future
ears there has bee-o a leniency totMftl Federation vf Cntnititt .
I tire be<: e:e<\ possible tourtt Some represent Rood fdiir Others
are mere -he imagination Some representatives are dignified and resourceful Others are
.
,e the problem of ptwiding for their en ''ir transient for Institutions
III tht is the tmh Miami jeuish leaders
thu auettttM
These words of sage advice were written in
ditorial by the late J. Louis Shochet. founder
publisher of The Jewish Floridian. in the
":sue of January 14, 1938, urging the establish-
ment of a unified fund raising and planning
agency for Greater Miami.
One year later, in 1939. that agency was
created here and collected S82.745 as its total
goal for four local participating organizations
and for national and overseas use. Eighteen
years after that, in 1956, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation set as-its goal SI.725.000 for two
more local participating groups, as well as for
additional national and overseas causesa
figure that describes without necessary com-
ment the staggering growth in the community
s,nce that time.
Federation gathers for its eighteenth annual
meeting Wednesday evening on Miami Beach.
The tone of the meeting will be a nostalgic one.
With local Jewish leaders surveying the prog-
ress achieved by the community since 1938.
In broad perspective, there will of course be
much to praise. But incoming Federation offi-
cials will also approach the central agency's
achievement with carefully critical eyes.
the Jewish community nas grown by leaps and
bounds.
In the face of this population growth, Federa-
tion leaders will have carefully to study means
of involving more complete area participation
in its important programs commensurate with
advancing fund needs.
This goal must be considered especially
significant because the 1956 campaian also
represents a period of major crisis for Israel
principal recipient of Federation funds -a crisis
parallel in scope to 1948 and the War of Libera-
tion.
What was the special temper of the 1948
Jewish community that made it rise so mightily
to the occasion?
Is not the 1956 crisis, when Israel again fights
for her virtual survival, severe enough to
arouse the community's undivided attention as
it did eight years ago?
How can Federation attain a broader base of
Jewish community participation in today's and
future campaigns?
The answer to these guestions, when found
by Miami's central Jewish fund raising and
The 1956 goal was actually SI.350.000. with planning agency, will also contribute to solving
an additional $375,000 added as part of Mia- the dilemma of its local participating organize-
mi's share in an overall S25.000.000 national tions- the methods to be used in serving the
emergency UJA campaign to assist Israel in increasing needs of a burgeoning Jewish com-
continuing her North Africa immigration pro- munity in its cultural, educational, health.
g.-am. By May's end. the tally showed these release-tirne and counselling programs, which
also supports so many other philanthropies
Regular campaign SI.273.119.
Emergency campaign S218.255.
While the total here is shy of SI.500.080.
Federation leaders expect it to reach that sum
by annual meeting time Wednesday. None-
theless, even this will fall short of the an-
nounced goal for 1956. and we feel that every
' will have to be made to achieve it.
In 1948. with the new-born State of Israel
both local and national.
These are the issues of central significance
to today's and tomorrow's Federation cam-
paigns. Miami Jewry looks forward to Wednes-
day's annual meeting lor some enlightment in
this regardand for hints to some possible
solutions.
When the January 14. 1938 Jewish Floridian
editorial opined that "Miami Jewish leaders
e.-gaged in a battle for its existence against the J""8' 21^et and decide" n the emergent need
onslaught of seven Arab armies launched but
c.ne day after the establishment of independ-
) Greater Miami contributed SI,485,000 to
Federation's annual campaign. Since that time.
'We're Mot Traditional Arms Suppliers
of the Mii.-fost"
for a Federation, the community came forward
one year later with its answer. The Federation
campaign of 1956 signifies that the answer was
a good one. Much has been done to attain
Federation's original vision! The key to its
vigor is that it has since broadened this vision
with the broadening of the community's hori-
zon.
Under the leadership of Stanley C. Myers
since 1954. and his predecessors. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation has taken strides for-
ward. Mr. Myers' inspirational approach to
the manifold problems of fund raising for local,
national and overseas needs has helped main-
tain a level-headed attitude in the difficult
problem of budgeting and planning.
But much still remains to be done. A growing
community does not necessarily, of itself, mean
an automatically growing Federation. This or
gamzation's new leadership has a staggering
job aheadto continue its efforts toward
achieving a well-planned, area-wide program
in community coordination for the benefit of
Jewry here, across the nation and abroad.
Where Do We Go Now?
There can be no more eloguent proof that the
Arabs do not desire peace than the events
taking place at the United Nations this week.
After Dag Hammarskjold delivered his report
on his recent "mission of peace" to the Near
Last, Great Britain came forward with a resolu-
tion urging "full compliance" with the armistice
agreements.
The Arab nations have since done every-
thing m their power-with Soviet Union support
to sabotage the British resolution.
The Big Three could not bring peace to the
area because they preferred Arab "friendship "
In achieving" that friendship, they have made
it impossible for the UN to do anything about
it either.
nc Week .. ,0
y LEO MINDLIN
[HE RECENT gubernatorial election
e e
IE RECENT gubernatorial election in Florida nr
sen ted a victory for the forces of ration Presuahly
(Jen. Lowry offered voters a one plank platform T^ Ru,
resistance to the Supreme Court's desearecai.nn [ i on Un
tion at the polls is interpreted by most ooWer" *', His *i
cumbent returned to Tallahasseeas the peoolo Includ'"8 u*|
succumb to racism and prejudice. s unw'">ngneJ
But tha fact is that Gov. Collins ran on a seer-o .
grieves me to set this down so bluntly i havei hT" plaUor*J
Governor, his integrity and his earnest des.Vc to In ??rt H
position of .preeminence. Nonetheless, he sooke .. fwidiJ
gation declaring it to be the custom here ana volTtf0r"
everything in his power to guarantee its unchallenged W001
It.is to the Governor's credit, at a time when J T*"""*
by virtue of his opponents' exclusive use of racism S nn!
issue, that he refused to emulate their lead RatherV ca"*1
voted the major part of his campaign to empasis on yZ'i?*
taxation, re-apportionment, road construction h-a ,h
Florida industrialization, the public school system But if intellectual honesty is even the dwarf', ,ha "'/?
conscience, one can not deny that the difference betl
Governor and hi. runner-up on segregation was princ.palrvT?
Gen. Lowry had no issue but mongrelization and I- .E2 *'
forms. Oor. CoUtos, despite his heart-warming maturity* 2?
ut.ve of Florida, nonetheless, on one occasion Sought *2ll*
argue the merits of segregation before the United SateS?
I ourt. 'mm >uPn
a
GUARANTEE OF SEGREGATION EXTRA-LEGAL
JHUS THE Governor's refusal to stoop to the tactics of his 0M
resolved ItoeU to a question of "taste" in the matter of p Z
To put II on more familiar terms, there is I vast diffen-nee hS
hotels that practice restriction against Jews and the ThirdX
which systematically murdered six million of them But both r*KJ
are based upon "exclusion" tact.es. even if they represent tSLk
of one another, and must be seen in light of the total racist GetuJI
Most disturbing about the victory for the forces of rati
thought is that it took into consideration the promise of the win
incumbent to maintain segregation in Florida This promisevd
tually based upon a second, offering the soporific that seme
would of course triumph in the end.
There are many elements to be examined here Principal
honest is this type of stand? No individual state, or jjroup of"
can practically challenge a Supreme Court ruling The demago
ranting, the people's sound and furythese are excellent back
for irrational mass movement. But it should be clear that mo,*.
is not action. Movement is that on which only the politician, in |
worst sense of the word, thrives and that on which the lnsend
citizen believes he is practicing democracy.
Movement is the stuff of lynchings. violence and other manifa
tions of mob rule that mark democracy's oppositethe will to
extra-legalism.

THE DILEMMA OF A LIBERAL GOVERNOR
A CTION ONLY is that on which constitutional government
*^ proceed in orderly fashion. Thus, the politicianthis time, t
in the best sense of the wordwho vows to maintain a social sys.
that has been invalidated by the highest interpreter of the law of I
nation is guilty of two things: He trades upon the weaknc- of
insensitive citizen, whose emotions confuse and re-interpret for
sonal use the inviolable meaning of constitutional government;
virtually preaching insurrection.
Certainly Gov. Collins had none of these things in mind. ,
sincerity of his motives, the integrity he brings to his office and
devotion with which he fulfills his duties overtly argue against|
But he will never be able to reconcile these qualities in his cha
with his uncompromising position on segregation
For Dade county, this dilemma had particular meaning and
the Jewish community consequences that are yet to Ik* foresees
two occasionswhen he defeated Charlie Johns for the unfulf"
term of the late Gov. McCarty and on May 8 lastDade county fig
heavily in Gov. Collins' victories. While many Jewish leaders
supported Johns for laughable political reasons, they were, along i
the rest of the county and state, rather unanimously in the Co'
corner this time out.
THE DUALISM OP THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
THE GOVERNOR'S dilemma highlighted the local Jewish coma
ty's dualism in rather painful fashion. On the one hand.
Jews supported him because there was no question as to his i
ingly good qualities and to his superiority; painfully, or oth
they simply turned their eyes from his position on 'ntcKT,lj*
the other hand, many here supported Gov. Collins because, in additj
to his excellence as a gubernatorial candidate, he opposed "the mir
of the races."
Those Jews* who voted for runners-up Lowry and Fuller Wi
are principally part of the rigid Southern "traditionalist bloc
whom neither Gov. Collins' liberal dilemma nor Southern *
moral dualism had meaning.
Without an alternative candidate possessing qualifications
to the Governor's but who would also champion the Supreme
ruling, it is for the by far vaster group of Jews in the Collins e
that dualism increasingly emerges as an issue.
One can not argue that many of these are Collins ites by def
But one can argue that, as in the case of the Governor nimse"\ .
must be no compromise in the actions of democratic 8vernm\
with the moral principles on which that government stands.
that compromise is possible brings us to an ethical imPa**f
highlighted Gov. Collins' campaign in Dade county and *h'clJ
the consequences of future Jewish dualism in the matter pi
tion.
Runner-up Lowry, on a television program during his dnj
office and in an effort to attack Collins' moderation, showea
Negroes then meeting here in a national convention--^*-*
Miami Beach kosher restaurant. This, in miniature was to
the outcome of integration if carried to its conclusion.
The kosher restaurant subsequently suffered boycott fro*
of its patronsnot on the basis, they said, of >PKM',,l"n1,,-j bv d
but because the restaurant's eating utensils were now flei ji
s deplored the incidentnot the use of the incident as a camp**
Who was kidding whom? -* -**-


r0 Rabbis Meet After Separation Discuss Conservatism
Page 5 A
Dr MaxArzt, vicechanoH-
.Tewish Theological
of 'hl
ijrary
ler a
*rzt '-
I Israel
uor
Dr. Max Art (right) congratulates Rabbi Alfred Waxmarf on
completing his filth year in the American rabbinate. Rabbi
Waxman hopes to become qualified for citizenship in the
United States in near future.
get her more EngUah in the son- "There can bo no doubt that
!?ISu i B^vncv "' beard on Conservative Judaism has been a
Orthodox rabbis (even thouuh this k _
absence is effected m keephtgwith ""n """ '' bkS8ta t0 American,
Jewry. We pray thai Jewish com-j j
0f America and past
n, of the Rabbinical Assem-
Ccnth visited Miami, he
tew days with RabM Alfred
I spiritual leader of Tem-
'??. met for the first
fiv(. years ago, when Rabbi
nn was returning to England
In (he United St
iting England on
They met aboard
teen Mary" and spent many
Utecussing the principles of
-n-ative Judaism It was due
infill*'"' of Dr. Art that
Waxman returned to this
. to settle pi-manently.
Ihp Conservative movement
became a member of the Rab-
^1 Assembly. After living in
ln], for five years, it
bbi Waxman'a opinion that:
Wning from a country that
ally only knows of Orthodox
Reform Judaism, it has been a
datum and a source of deep
gfacti"" '" evidence the revital-
of ri ligious practice in
ica. This, I am convinced, is
the fon i-bt of those great
., |eadi i who were able to
dne a Judaism that could be
oUblf to the modern American
while 'ill retaining and
theniniz the laws and pre-
of Torah and traditional
ism.
udawu hi become revitalized
refreshed through the Con-,a later interpretation pi Ji
kative attitude and interpret.!- law, the beard waa always consid-
and it seems that even the ered a mark of distinction of the
tax movement has been Orthodox Jew and certainly the
Influenced and affected by Orthodox rabbi). All this suggests
Native practice* [tendency towards mod
"or example the addition of and remterpretation which some
Jriday e i I1 vims, the i Orthodox rabbis protend to reject,"
|ing of nun and women to-|according to Rabbi Waxman.
lex Fcgei Tckes
Son Secon'd Term
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bbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
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+Jcwlst>ncricf/ton
Friday. JUn, 8
Maloff Reeiected Zamcra Chief;
Joint installation Hears Judge Nathan
Ai>r.iii;tm .1 Malofl wai UiiUlMiL Fraud
lent ol Zamora Jewish I W Men's club officer* include Har-
1 -it c
'rkv M n p ey
MdArthu h lrV4n
-M'll'T. president; \h, !
v' tcr. toUowiltJ Ins reelection n'trnt- rv Ro inard Miller, Holober. treasurer and u
installation dinner vice president; Morris Moskowitz. Grad, secret ^1
treasurer; and Irvin Dien, record- Executive board m^w.
ing secretary. lPTA aro Mrs Jer.,
Members of the executive com- R. Innenberi; Mr u n%
mittee of the Men's club are and Mrv .1 a K.,,imi,
Abraham Maloff (left1, reelec'.ed president of Zamora Jewish
Center, receives plaque from Bernard Miller (righO, installation
chairman, "in appreciation for his continuous devotion and
service." Looking on are Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spiritual
leader, and Judge Raymond Nathan, guest speaker.
La
argest Graduating Class Here Gets
Diplomas at Bureau-Sponsored Fete
Th<
High School
Jewish -
; receive I Tuesdaj
duditorium ol Tei
Israel
Graduation exercises fc
i rrativi cantata on the li
Rashi in lnt< nition
Written by Louis Schwartxman, ecutive director of m ol
the cantat
f ;< choral group "f graduates
i nder the direction <>t Mrs .lack
nd dramatic incidents
i Rashi
Exercises included the awarding
< t the Jacob tad Adele K-iplan
.'-chidar'hip by a representative <>i
the Rabhinical Assn. "t Great) i
Miami and presentation "f the new
Ratner Achievement Award
Diplomas were presented by
r.abb. Vaakov Rosenberg, Morris
i Simon April. Leon Kronish,
Irvine Lehman and Alfred Wax-
man, and Herbert ,-tant
i irecl the Bu au, to gradu-
of Beth David. Coral G
::
School, ] SholODI, Tem-
I le Eman i E3 and Temple /
tools and the Hebrew
I
Graduating were Robi ri At moff,
i1 Indgin, Phj Ills Katz, Una
Klonskj i evy, Alfre i Melt-
icr, Harvej Meltzer, Juliet Sehach-
no, Shirah Skop, Warren Teitelman
;nd Ruth Weinstein, of the Hebrew
High School; Arthur Sher. Joseph
Baum. Alan Kamen. GeraM I. m
Martin Orlin. Ira Paten, Alan
T^GUST BROS RV/
* Am tk., Rl if '
Schreidell, and
Schwartxman, "f Beth David Coo-
on.
!( m "< i
i Inda Salamon, Arlene
Skop Sheila Better
and i" Ann Rubel, of Coral Gables
Jewish Center; Gale Libman, Bar-
rj Nadler, Harvej Satt, Adam Jef-
Schwadron, and Michael Sii-
vennan, ol Miami Hebrew School.
trlene \-h. Victor Bailey, Gary
Elliot Diener, Susan Creonberc and
loan Kratish, of Temple Beth Shol-
*m; Stuart Auerbach, Elaine Baaa,
'erome Baaa, sherry Brachar, Rob-
ert Feinuenliaum. Stanley Halpern.
Russell Herman. Howard Hitm h
iield. Rofr Lefft, Robert Mandel.
Alan Medof, Jack Rabin, of Temple
Emanu-F.l.
Joan Loaa, Rochelle Lynn, Sum-
Iner Garta and Arnold Graati of
liinple Zion.
ly. at a joint
dance in MBchal'l re-taurant Sun-
day evening.
Acaordlng to Bernard Miller,
chairman of the total Installation
committee. Hon. Raymond (;
Nathan. jatfgtJ Of the --mall claims!
court, Was principle speaker.
In addition to Mr Maloff, the
following also assumed their posts:
N ith.m Devidow, vice president;'
Morns Moakowttx, treasurer; Ar-.
thur Deutsih. parliamentarian;
Rubin, financial
William Locke, recording
rj; and Irvin Dien. corresponding
secretary.
cted for a three-year term on
[the board f directors were Isidore
(Chip) Diamond. Harold Rejnh.
! M IV l'errlman MimiiIhtn Of
board with two yaan to Nrn
are Joseph Ostrie. Dr. Sidney MOM
Memben Of the board with one
to sam are Benjamin I'n-d
man. Jerome 1-ieberman
in Bhulman.
Sisterhood officers are the Mea-
damasj Harold Relnhard, president;
; h Ostrie, vice president: Mur-
ray Shiilman. vice president: bi-
(hire (( linn Diamond, vice presi-
dent: Nathan DaWtdoW, \ ice
dent: Ruth SHig. recording
-(-retary: Norman Angel, corre-
sponding secretary: I. \ in Dien. fi-
nancial s.tretary; Samuel Ral>en-
owich. treaurer; William Lock*,
parliamentarian; and B. Leon
jHurowita, chaplain.
Members of the executive board
of the Sisterhood are the Mesdames
Ruth Mar-on. Abraham J. Maloff,
Irma Tescher, Morris Moskowitz,
Ann Cutler, Irving Klein and Louis
'fdman.
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Wolff Reeiected
Temple President
Henry E. Wolff. Greater Miami
realtor and hanker, was reeiected
president of Temple Israel of Mia-
mi at the congregation's 34th an-
jjnu.'il meeting.
To serve with Wolff are S. C.
I^vcnson, A. J. Harris and Louis
K. Wolfson. vice presidents; Mi-
chael M. Isenbesg, recording secre-
tary; Aaron M. Kanner. financial
secretary: Max Holtsherg, treas-
urer
Arthur A. Ungar. pioneer nsi>
|dent of Miami, was elected honora-
y trustoc. the first to be feaig-
nated in the histun. of the Temple.
The following were elected to
serve on the board of Minimi LtO
Ackerman. Al>e Arnnovitz. David
BfaSa, B F. Danbaum. Ottl Feuer,
Louis K. Goldman, Max Hoffman,
David Hochberg. Albert I. Jacobs,
Howard Kane, Morris Klass, Wil-
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Guild Meets to Discuss
Summer Promotion, Members
Members of the Handbag and
Jewelry Guild of South Florida met
lad weak for lunch at the Algien
hotel, according to president Nate
Fisher,
1 ha organization of handbag and
Jewelry retailers discussed sum-
mer promotions, increased mem-
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mands of North Shore Jewish Center
[seated (left to right) Lloyd, son of Mrs.
,B. Stein; Sandra, daughter of Mr. and
Ben Fabric; Kay S., daughter of Mr.
I Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; Daniel L., son of
[and Mrs. 'iving Solomon. Standing (left
qht are Phyllis Sandra, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Lipson; Barbara, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Kulick; Rabbi Mayer
Abrarnowitz; Susan, daughter of Mr. and
^A M,n9 ?' Ca"ey: Ioan' dau^h,er f Mr
2 ,MrS- J'vin9 Gaby; Roberta Hope,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller.
rida SI ale JWV Hears Kolinsky Mideast Report
North Miami I:
Veterans Port 682 and Aim
were host to the tenth annual JWV
state convention Satui I Sun-
day at the Golden i motel.
Some 1,000 delegates from thn
out Florida attended
Reubin Kaminsky, national com-
mancler of JWV and
Gables, senior vice commander:
Dai id Dresner, West Miami, first
Junior vice commander; Irwin
North Mk.iui p, ich
1 junior vice commander;
Obeie Rosenthal, Miami, one-year
trustee; Raloh Grossman, Miami
Beach, three year
HVIIN KAMINSKY
state depart-
ment commander, judge advocate.
North Miami Beach Post 682
was named "Beat Post of the
year."
Shore Club
Installation
tLena Mn installed
'chairman of South Shore
l,dub. at a recent meeting
I install* to office were
Skafkin, chairman; Max
vice chairman; Mrs. F.
[second vice i hairman; Mrs.
I third vice i hairman; Mrs.
rston, financial secretary.
?Hannah Spiro, recording
1. Duke, treasurer; Ja-
il, punhcitv chairman; W.
and UaKin Englander,
mo
Uldirector are Mrs. Lena,
Wurman, Ed Marger. Joej
|A1 Spiro, Jacob Tarr, Max
"> Max Walt, Ben
p. S, Eisenberg, Mrs. W.
>*. Ethel Bloom, Mrs.|
*J. Mrs K. Goldstein,,
I ttd Mrs r.ussie Margin.
*n Harold Shapiro and
u'" installing officers.
* Saw w yr*
' M- TIBOR H. STERN
["""ngron Av.., M. B.
* JE 8-2205 JEM 969
^arj
recently re- Fishkind. Tampa, past
turned from a trip to Israel, attend
ed the Sunday olosing banquet
Pre-eon vent ion memorial services
were held Friday at Monticello
Park Congregation, with I:
Isaac Lerer officiating and state
department commander Robert
Fishkin as guest speaker.
Clinic was held Saturday for post
commanders, senior and junior
vice commander* and adjutants
and quartermasters. Business tea-
sions continued Sunday, with Com-
mander Kaminsky addressing the
closing banquet on his report to
Secretary of State Dulles following
his return from the Near East
From Hartford. Conn., Kaminsky
was elected national commander
at rtie Jewish War Veterans of the
United States 60th encampment in
Miami Beach last October.
Elected new state department
commander was Nat GabCy, of Hol-
lywood.
Others are Buddy Logue, Coral
trustee; Robert
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State Supt. to
Address Hebrew
Academy Grads
800 Pay Tribute To Retiring T(
presented
bOok
Pr
t-
tbe State d
cipal speaker at tfcr
mwim *i CRa
demy ua tbe ASper*

->rdiaf. to
ros. |i at kraal tto* i
-t tjadaatw e*ass n tbe b:-
the Academy. Most of the
the 1956 class hare
tied the Academy (ram Am-
'hrough
be *aid.
Dr. Bailey is Florida 13th
enntendent of public m-
straeUea. taking the
in January- IMS. Be U BOH >er\-
ing his second term of office and
unoppo>ed in the 19*6
primaries lor re-election to a third

Invocation aril] be I bj
tin Katz. and the bened.
Sttiarl Kimmel. both member*
i : the graduating class. Auar
i-nt in mathe-
- (,-:
will be presented by the PT \
laaj Women's and j^e >*,-h Fl-.ndian to Klein to two M.xth grade student*
the 'udert of the graduating cla Also to be presented are a Rose ;
- i ail be ,,. excellence in Knglish htera- Ritter scholar>hip award and a'.
ture and jourr... -m Annual aaaaj R-e and Harry scholarship medal,
award frees to a ith grader by Graduating i 0 n i It s of
the Elks lodge ol Miami Beach Perry Ciment. Sheldon Ciment,
will be presented by Maurice Letter Fen-ierheim. I>eonard Fink
Sarah Gill. HiMel Glover.
Rohert Gropper. Elliott KaU. Mar-
tin ; -uiart Kimmel. Jay
Makorsfcy, Jay Mi'.ler. Dorothy
s. Eileen Nussbaum. Michael
Resnick. Jay Sach*. Jerrold Sele-
van. Jack Shapiro and Adinah
in.
persons, Philip Homer
jammed the Rubaiyut room of the Bik;,
Algiers hotel last week to pay
tribute to Mrs. lone Hill, who is
retiring at principal of Biscayne
Elementary School after 30 years
of teaching in Dade county.
Virtually all those present had
been former pupils or colleagues werr ,
of the beloved educator during her tograph. r
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Hill tvpe presentation, a parade pupil r __ ,!fd >' her j
of former students and fellow Councilman M1"*n**l
teacher* praised the jubilant Mrs. also present A-l","**
for her great contribution in from the v.a'iii S^V
shaping the futures of all of us Department w **!*
Rabbi Mayer Akrarnowitr. North Wood Hue v. wkfl, ,!*
Shore Jewish ("enter, delivered the Feller presented a dImi
invocation while Rev. John L Wacaj c|u^ '
Venches. Church By the-Sea. gave Other^ preami ,
the benediction. : ner Me] en, Malvma and L
Ed Newman, member of Mrs. I-iebermar, Judge Han-1
Hills cla of 36. acted as master Judge Marvin EnelandZT
of ceremonies. He introduced Mrs. Katz
Left is Nathan Perlmutter. newly appointed Florida regional
director of Anti-Defamation League. B'nai B'rith. being wel-
comed to community by George KronengoW. newry installed
president of Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith. at ceremonies
May 6 in the Saxony hotel.
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LIGIOUS DIRECTORY
4TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
K, Rabbi Isaac *var.
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EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
i DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avt.
Livt Rbbi Y"koy RoM,v
, William W. LIpson.
'Education
ilnn" <'* Mttvli:
I Mr and Mi.
Ia> 9 a,m.
Jfrwti'i. -'" ,,f Ml Hl"1
! 500 SW 17th ava. Or-
[Uibbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
Loois Gartanhaoa.
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I ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia eve.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
, m Bar
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I JACOB. 301-311 Washincj-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Maurice Mamches.
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RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
fthftdox. Rabbi Aria Backer.

ITFILAH. 935 Euclid eve.
Lj. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
LL CABLES CENTER. 320
i lit. Liberal. Rabbi Morria
Cantor Irving Robinson.
mon: "Jej*h
|n:i.n ol Mai i ice Saturday
Mlnvah: l.,-.-lir. win of
inner.
e a a
KLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
Canservativa. Rabbi Lao
1:12 p.m. : n.m. Bur
ilrn'ii Man i ~"n .if Mr. ami
ith.n 11. k. Mine ha t:4i
IEW ACADEMY. 911 6th
ox. Rabbi Alexander
r'' > ii.m. S-r-
I .Mm. li.i 1:13
IAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
i w laeckovsky.
I' ItcvolilnR
'.' a ill. bfel -
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ESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
Homestead. Consarvativa.
(Gerti officiates.

LYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
"roe st., Hollywood. Con-
Rabbi Samuel Larar.

LYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
' f., Hollywood. Consarv-
l"*****' 0vid Shapiro. Cantor
i Heilbraun.
k'u-l '"" Sermoo: "flevt-n
.n' "in Children Should
Unsuace." Mat-
-I W.-.-klv I'.,i-
MTE CENTER. 3191 SW
Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
*y. Cantor Samuel
I '-.tiirrlav :J0 a.m.
''.< I. moii of Mr. and

H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
rthodox. R.bbi Jonah
'Cantor Abraham Saif.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.
a
DERDALE EMANU-EL.
^Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudar-
|Werm- Rabbi Marius Ran-
v. .

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Consarvativa. R.bbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein

SOUTH DAOE JEWISH CEN
TRR. S. Miami Community Hall
Reform.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chasa ev. Libarel. R.bbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kalemer.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ban Grossberg.
a a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrm.n. Cantor Phil-
ip Brummer.
Krliliiy >; p in
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PnylllM \'c>: dauthti r i>r nnr!
Hern iilowin.
Federation Annual Meeting Wednesday
"in Tap Howard Kane for President
Page 9 A
Continued from P.oe 1 A
Mr.. Farm.,. s(.|. .,hn ^
and Harold Ana,
Nominated to ierv n i-creterv
Ll t 5m,2! Sim"n'". chair.
" ol the Women's DMsfon in
the rnrnt Combined Jewish An-
peal drive which exceeded Its
assigned quota. Milton A FTied
m:m one ol the pioneer workers
m Federation, was nominated to
serve as associate secretary, and
Leo baikln as associate treasurer.
The latter two position! are Mil-
J"'i to adoption of the amendment
establishing these offices.
lack Carrier, leader of the Win-
CANDUUGHTING TIME
Sivcm 29 6:52 p.m.
tor Residents Division and the;
Miami Beach Areas Division, was 2043
nominated to serve as treasurer.
Samuel N. Friedland was named
for the second year to serve as
chairman of the Trustees, and Sid-
ney Lefcourt was nominated vice
chairman.
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3551
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstain.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.
see
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Consarvativa. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
Friday 7 p.m Sermon: Tli, Oradu-
Partli-I|mnt>< Kumnei i
IMaiie Grant, Joan Loas and Ruchelle
I .win S.i!iii .1... I a.m.

TIPERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ava. Consarvativa. Rabbi
Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert
Gleet tt.
Friday sjn p.m. Cantata: "What is
the 8/nagoauv 1'artU-lpantn Mar-
tin t>U'ii< iff.hi. Hhei i.l.in
Oolln. Rhmla iliaiii. Mike Hartman
Jerry Lev) iJoroth) Ma > r. Mirharl
Malnlck, ivu Paul, Hum Perlman,
Mitrian Querldo, Vvette Rubin S
dav t .. in Sermon: "Demi
Trend* In th. Ilil.lr

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

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Consarvativa. Rabbi
B. Laon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Saturd.-iv mornins v '" ''"'
\ ii Btuart, -"'i "i Mr and Mr-
li vIiik I l i .in. Sei mon: "The Mel -
ii.U \'..i.t-.-."
Kane's nomination is equivalent
to official election inasmuch as no
nominations are permitted from
the floor at the annual meeting
and the deadline is past for sub-
mitting the names of additional
nominees.
Kane succeeds Stanley C. Myers,
founder president who has served
four terms in the important post
Ol the major Jewish agency in the
'icater Miami .iron Th. ..,
N.W. 14th AVE.-Ph.
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Greater Miami area. The new pres-
Ideal is a former CJ A
chairman
tion
campaign
a treasurer of Kedera-
ii 1351. and a member of
Federation's board of governors.
Utive committee and budget
committee. Kane was Initial (lifts
co-chairman of CJA in 1351 and a
member of the campaign cabinet
for the last five years.
He served as Community Chest w
chairman for Miami Beach in 1950 '
>nd is a former director of the
I'adi County Research Foundation.
In recent years, Kane has be-
come interested in problems of
community health and especially
research programs conducted at
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Kane -was re-
cently named chairman of the Ini-
tial Gifts division in the Mt. Sinai
Hospital building fund drive.
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The new Federation chairman is
a member of the prominent Kane
family from Providence, R.I.,
Manny Mandel, manager of which is noted nationally for its
Pumpernik's restaurant, has extensive philanthropic and corn-
been named cantor of Congre- munal activity. He is a member
qation Monticello Park, North' oi Temple Israel Synagogue and
Miami Beach, according to an belongs to Westview country club,
announcement by Rabbi Isaac Kane was formerly affiliated with
i____ii*~.,.;,.u' ;,;.,.! Wi. tne --ercantile N^'.ior.al Bank of
Lerer, Monticello spiritual lead-
er.
Mapai Leadei ship
Still Problematical
Continued from Page 1 A
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Additional trustees nominated to
serve for the coming year include
Shepard Broad. George Chertkof, '
Mrs. Louis Glasser. Sam A. Gold- aasaaaeaoBaaaaeaeaiaaaajaaaaaa:s^^
stein, Dr. Morris Goodman, Leon MEN and WOMEN
1 Jacobs, M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe TAKE ORDERS TO ALL MAGAZINE SUB-
| Kurman. Sam C. Levenson, David : SCRIPTIONS. Unusually high cemmis-
Phillips, Joseph M. Rose, Arnold! sion paid doily. Full or port time.
Seeder and Harry Sirkin. Apply all week, locol work. Rm. 1115,
.._... I Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Miami s
Named as honorary trustees; Mogaline $ubription Agency.
were Moses Ginsberg and Marcie
KBLLO PARK. 164th st.
''th ave. Conservative.
I"**c Lerar.
i.i'.
I*al unlay
HEBRpw SCHOOL. 1101
".** Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
*' Cantor Berala Kelemer.
> urn
1 mine .,1111 Bffi

'BADE CENTIR. 13430
ko.7 Con**n'*tlva. Rabbi
"*' Cantor MUwrke
Test Arab Defiance
Of Resolution in UN
Continued from Page 1 A
ceptable" Arab-Israel peace move,
surprised the British delegation by
his attitude, since the Soviet lead-
ers Nikita Khrushchev and Pre-
mier Nikolai Bulganin coined the
phrase "mutually acceptable
peace" for the settlement of the
Arab-Israel conflict.
The British delegation was ex-
pecting instructions from its gov-
ernment in London as to how to
act in the light of the rough treat-
ment which the Arabs, backed by
the Soviet delegation, are giving [
the resolution. The Israel delega-,
tion has, expressed itself in favor j
of the resolution, which came in
consequence of the report submit-
ted to the Security Council by UN
Secretary-General Dag Hammarsk-
jold following his return from his
"peace mission" in the Middle
East where he succeeded in secur-
ing a cease-fire pledge both from
Israel and the neighboring Arab
countries.
iimy has continued unchecked.
Currency in circulation has risen
by ten per cent within the past SO.LibVrman"
d'l>v Over 200 members of the board
The apparent showdown of the !of governors were also recommend-
drive to draft Mr. Shared for the ed by Wcinkle's nominating com-
pany post brought lo the fore the mitu.c Tncsc include elective
possibility of Mrs. Myerson s selec- \ g0vernors and legates of member
tion. One of the principal reasons orKanizations.
J advanced for her selection is that______________________________
ia switch in labor ministers u-milii
be far less confusing to both world
land domestic opinion at the pres-
'ent critical stage of events.
Should Mrs. Myerson take the
post, it is generally thought here
that her Cabinet position would go
to Mordecai Namir. now general
secretary of the Histadrut. the Is-
rael Federation of Labor. Specula-
tion on Mr. Namir's replacement in
that key job centered on Pinhas
Lavon. one-time Minister of De-
fense in the Cabinet which Mr.
Sharett headed, following Mr. Ben
Gurions first retirement from Is-
rael top political assignment.
Advice Given on Life
Dr Abraham Wolfson is continu-
ing his talks on "The Art of
Living" every Sunday evening at
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th
st and Ocean ci. This Sunday eve-
ning. Dr. Wolfson will speak
Live in the Present."
on
Gentleman Wishes to Meet
Young Lady
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+Jewist> FhrMtor
SAM Mil Slit
German Judge Raps Widespread Vindication of Rulings
The widespread judicial vindi-
cation <>f n;i/1 measures by Lbs
courts <>f present-day Germany,
I the judicial "cold sabol
ol Indemnification for Nazi vh>
ims, an assailed in a remarkably
outspoken article published in
ihe monthly periodical of the
ccrman Public Service Trade
Union by I>r. Walter OttO, one "t
the Justices ol the Supreme A I
minlstrative Court for Weal Gei
many and West Berlin.
The jurist recently propound, d
the view that the indemnification
ol individual Nad victims should
raift ahead of expenditures for I
new German Army. The West
German Federal Republic admin-
isters the assets "I the bankrupt
Nazi regime, he held, and in its
capacity as bankruptcy receiver
it is legally obligated to accord
first priority to indemnification
claims. In his article, he gives
the reasons why Nazi laws were
necessarily illegal and concludes
that their violation ofl nnti-Nasi
grounds therefore involves no
taTnt ol criminality.
Justice otto then blaati the
hundreds (.f German nidges who
"equate the criminal and mon-
strous Nail p".:ime with a legiti-
mate state" and rule, for exam-
ple, that someone thrown into a
concentration camp lor listening
to non-German radio stations i-
not Nazi victim, and hence not
entitled to indemnification, be
cause any soverign state would
equally have had the prerogative
of prohibiting wartime listening
to foreign broadcasts Judges who
hand down such sentences, Dr.
Otto declares, are open to the
picion that they "serve the forces
that, barely concealed are busily
at work to justify and to resusci-
tate the Nazi regime."
Bzhihitinf degree of courage
unprecedented in recent years on
III IIS SMKROTY
Bias O.K. Since Arab Base is Needed
Administration authorities
maintain that a U S airbasc
leased from Saudi Arabia is of
such great strategic value that
the United States must give in to
the requirement that American
Jews be barred from the ban.
Otherwise, it was pointed out.
Saudi Arabia would not renew
the lease
Others say. however, that alter-
native airbases within easy range
1 the Soviet Union are available
and the installation in Saudi Ara-
bia is not so vital that IS should
translate Arab hate into official
American discrimination agaio-t
IS. Jewish citizens. It is known,
too. that Christian clergymen, in-
cluding U.S. army chaplains, have
been affected by anti-Christian
prejudices in Saudi Arabia.
The issue llao raised the ques-
tion of the status of Saudi Ara-
bia's thousands of slaves. If the
U.S. acquiesces to prejudice
1st its own nationals, how
it 1h> expected to use influ-
i i C to bring about humane treat-
of citizens of other coun-
Tbe question (,f human rights
in Saudi Arabia was raised re-
cently in a Senate Subcommittee
hearing on forced labor and
slavery Charles W. Greenidge.
testifying for the British Anti-
Slavery Society, pointed out that
there exists a direct ratio be-
tween the flow of millions of dol-
lars of American oil money to
ruling Saudi sheiks and the re-
vival and growth of slavery in
Saudi Arabia. Greenidge said
that an attractive slave girl will
now fetch as much as $1,120 and
an able bodied man about S420
Formerly, he said the cost was a
"fraction of those prices." It is
American oil money flooding the
country that has put more wealth
into the hands of the luxury-
loving ruling classes This is
stimulating the demand for and
raising the prices of slaves." he
said
It can be argued that Aramco
and the I'.S. Government have no
right to exercise any sort of con-
trol over the use made of oil rev-
enues. The point is made that
this is a matter of concern only
to the Saudi Arabians.
the part ol I judge presently M
the bench of I top tribunal, he
goes so far as to publicly charge
;, subordinate court, the Civil
Service Disciplinary Chamber in
West Berlin with 'a positive atti-
tude toward Nazi ideas." Last
\.;u tins Chamber dealt with a
n high school teacher who.
offering the frank admission that
I mi and will always remain an
anti-Semite." had adamantly re-
fused to admit two Jewish stu
dents tn his class, and was there-
fore dismissed from the school
s\ tern. The Chamber granted
him substantial severance pay,
after terming his l>ehavior "un-
derstandable from the human as-
pect." This prompts Justice Otto
to write bitterly that "it seems
already to have been forgotten
that 6.000.000 Jews lost their lives
in consequence of Nari crimes.*'

The secretary general of the
Ontral Council of Jews in Ger-
many. Dr. H. G. van Dam. has
registered a strong protest
against the anti-Israel articles
filed from the Arab part of Jeru-
salem by a leading Nazi journal-
ist, and featured by one of the
two most influential dailies in
West Germany.
The daily is "Die Welt." for
many years after the war the offi-
cial German-language organ of
British Military Government and
now published by German press
tycoon Axel Springer. The corre-
spondent it has sent to the Middle
Fast is Giselher Wirsing. a vio-
lent Jew-baiter who was editor-in-
chief of a major daily and of vari-
ous magazines during the Nazi
era. He wore the uniform of a
major in the SS and served as an
"information expert" orwthe staff
of the Main Reich Security Of-
fice, supreme SS headquarters.
In 1941. he lectured on "Secret
Jewish World Politics" at the
grand Frankfurt opening of the
notorious Nazi "Institute for Re-
search into the Jewish Question "
As late as 1944. vicious anti-
Semitic diatribes from his pen ap-
peared in Germany.
His standing as an "expert" on
Middle Eastern affairs is based
chiefly on a sneeringly anti-Zion-
ist book he issued, with strong
Nazi endorsement,
HOMS SMOI.AR
Organizations Set Priority on Importance of Work They Do
The 18 largest Jewish communities outside Net"
Yorkorganized by the Council ol Jewish Fedora-
and Welfare Funds into I body which pro-
idea for equttabla allocations by local communi-
tiei to national Jewish organizations are now
intensifying their activities Their central body.
WV as thi i it) Budgeting Conference, is
..ining the budgets of the American .lewis),
lewisb Labor Committee, United Bias
Service American Association for Jewish Educa-
Jewish War Veteran-. National Jewish Wei
nS Board and others
Together with the leaden of each organisation
lived, the LCBC is care! ill) snalyi
it bask minimum budgets which represent not
campaign goals, but actual operating need- of the
inization In addition to recommending mini-
mum operating levels for each of the organizations.
UAMJL ARSONS'
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// report on a new and ttpOfictnt wor\.
MEMOIRS OF AMERICAN JEWS 17751865 Vol u.
Marcus. The Jewish Publication Society of \1 y
phis. 1?S6. $4.00. y Am,r,-
The third volume of Prof. Jacob R Marcus collect!, J
from American Jewish biography during the period frn iJL
has just been published by the Jewish Publication SorJu.
Like the first two volumes, this one presents^-I?'
Banalities, some known and some unknown, who set forth m
words the significant events and experience- which the I
the course of their busy and eventful li\ } "**
Each of these excerpts is preceded by a brief but
introduction by Dr. Marcus himself. u
Among the personalities to be found in this volume-J
Ernst Troy, a clothing manufacturer; Salomon De Rothschiu
telligent visitor to the United States at the time of the (5
Louis A. Gratz, who rose from peddler to regimental cm
Simon Baruch. surgeon in the Confederate army; Samuel
the labor leader; Adolphus S. Solomons, who presents
cences of Abraham Lincoln; and many others
This completes Dr. Marcus' series. The three volumes.
to members of the Jewish Publication Society and through
are an invaluable contribution to the understanding of Jew
pation in the development of the United States.
MiLTOS FRiEDMAN
White House Guest Man With ft
the LCBC also give- consideration to priority needs
lor additional funds
Instead of presenting an undifferentiated request
for additional funds in all areas of its work, each
national organizations bj aafctd to define specific-
ally in what order it would spend limited additional
funds which might l>c forthcoming. In this way-
each organization defines its own priorities and
clarifies for the local communities what it con-
siders mo-t important in its own program.
The LCBC has been of benefit not only to the
larRer cities making up the group, but to Jewish
federations and welfare funds throughout the coun-
try. The findings and conclusions of the LCBC are
being made available to all communities through
the Conucil of Jewish Federations and Wei I.,re
Funds Thus, each community, large or small, is
guided by these conclusions when it makes its allo-
cations for national agencies
When President Eisenhower
recently received Gen. Wlady-
slaw Anders as a White House
guest, the Polish general at-
tracted little attention. The in-
terest he did elicit, however,
came from Jews who knew his
record.
Anders is today described as a
patriot and leader of the "free
Polish" forces in exile. In pre-
war Poland he was found among
the extreme nationalists. He was
accused during the 1930's of at-
tempting to unite Polish anti-
Semitic elements in a fascist-type
political party. But. as a Polish
nationalist, he opposed Nazi Ger-
many when Hitler invaded Po-
land.
When Hitler attacked the
Soviet Union. Stalin helped An-
ders equip a new Polish army.
Anders moved his army to Iran
in August. 1942. In Anders' camp
at Teheran the Jews were separ-
ated into a ghetto. When 300
Jewish children were ready for
evacuation to Palestine. Andre's
elite Poles whispered to Iraqi au-
thorities in an attempt to obstruct
the journey.
Anders' army served in Italy as
the Second Polish Corps of the
British Eighth Army. Some his-
torians credit the Poles with
achieving a measure of military
distinction in combat. Jews
fought bravely as sold
Anders. But they su..,
their officers despite the!
they were fighting the sal
Near the end of the**]
freed a number of Ni
Allied prisoner of war i
the pretext that they ,
who had lieen "forced"
ler's service.
After the war, in 1948.1
York Herald Tribune
that 20 percent of An
was made up of Nazi
Nazi war criminals of
Eastern European orifjl
provided with a haven byl
He made them officers!
corps.
Among those to be
Anders' postwar corps'
Mankowski, commander I
fuhreri of the Nazi con
camp at Krems; Henr)H
commander of torture
Austria. Dr. Wladyslaw|
named on an intematifl
war criminals fur hi>
penmen!- on living Je
sebwitz; Henrys Statke
Alexander Prymak.
aided the S S. and assa
massacre of Jews, and
Father I \.,!iajeu-ku
the Ukrainian SS. divii
cia" which was creditedj
archives with the ma* I
thousands ol Jews.
XATHAX ZII'RIX
The Teaching Prospect Ahead of
Huzzas Are Powerful for Dag But What Was Achieved?
Document 3 359(5 has been before the Security
Council, and the world, for more than a month
now. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. author
of that document, which contain- his full report on
the "peace" mission to the Middle East, has been
applauded, thanked, congratulated No one here
begrudges Hammarskjold his bansaa. Hi i- highly
C !< cuied for his skill, tact, diplomacy and absolute
honesty by allnot only by delegations but even
by thoroughly cynical correspondent
But. conversely, no one in the know here has fail-
ed to notice that the Council's mandate to the
secretary general had contained three verv specific
instructions and that not one ol these task
t been accomplished.
In its mandate, the Council had asked Mr. Ham-
marskjold to survey and report on "the various
aspects of enforcement and compliance" with the
armistice agreements to which Israel is a party
along with the governments of Egypt. Jordan. Syria
and Lebanon. But beyond such a survey, the UN
Chief was instructed to try to implement three
specific measures.
When Mr Hammarskjold was asked, upon return
from his mission, whether Gen. Burns will continue
in his postthe General's second year in the office
expires in August of this yearthe UN chief re-
plied:
"Although he has already overstayed by far his
promise to me (GOB Hums was appointed originally
only one year) he will stay on as long as the
present situation is what it is"
The prospect of a generation
without teachers is too horrible a
thought to contemplate, but my
cood friend Dr. Samuel Margo-
shes, I fear, was not guilty of un-
derstatement when he recently
gave that title to an article deal-
ing with the problem of Jewish
education in America. The prob-
lem, as I have repeatedly pointed
out in these colums, is not how to
attract more children to Jewish
schools, but how to attract more
competent teachers to a profes-
sion whose extinction must in-
evitably mark the very disinte-
gration of our cultural and
religious life
The gravity of the situation is
such that, if by some miracle, our
young were to start swarming to
our Jewish schools we would be
compelled to turn them back not
so much because of lack of phys-
ical facilities but because of a
tragic dearth in teachers that is
due primarily to the financial in-
adequacies they encounter in a
profession which must be most
remunerating if it [j
the able and the truly |
Over five thousand ne
teachers will be need*"
next decade even if d
revolutionary increase
tration. Vet the varionsl
training schools are eU
turn out only about one I
teachers.
There is perhaps "O
Enhancing the teacher*!
and value and po*"0l
community may be an
t,ve. Building better c
and facilities may pe
some help.
the Jewish teacher on
age earns about 53 P*r
income his counter**!
In the general school*]
in ,he small comm^J
country, the Hebrew**
generally >o undeipjj"
must augment <~
through otherj*m
must in their veryJM*"
from their cMic*
cators.


,8.1956
rartzman Will Address Graduates
^2*5It*+far>
Communi
\eap Sunday,
lazier (iranu-
i enter will'
according
meni l:a',,,i Le0
giouncL'
Schwa''
executive
director of the Bureau t>| Jewish
education, will address pupils and
their parents on "Whj Hebrew
School?"
The Morris Fischer award
scholastic achievement, good con
duct and Sabbath get ttend
ance will be prevented I
MfttPl PlfllK jF'*cr. Report cards wiU tie ih.
trihuted by Mrs. Pearl Reisman,
chairman of the education commit'
tee
Robert Brown, president (,f the
j Center, will bring greetings on be-
half of Flagler Granada.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 100476
BENJAMIN ROTHBERd
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JEAN IliiTIIIIKHt!
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JEAN ROTHBERG
143 slim.- Parkway
Brooklyn, Now York
You, JEAX RoTHBBRo, nre hereby
notified tiMt a Bill i.r complaint fkr
Divorce baa boon filed acalnal cou,
iimi you are required to aarve ; copy
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if you fail 1" do ao, Judgment li> de-
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Off for Philadelphia Thursday is Mr. Samu.l
Edelman, 449 E. DiLido dr., Miami Beach
Mary will visit daughter Mrs. Morrie (Charlotte)
Goldberg, who was married last year, alter com-
pleting school. .
Also on her agenda during the ten day stay in
Philadelphia will be attendance at a surprise 50th
hday parlv honoring Mary's brother, Jock Kattolman, .| Ritten-
Kf Square.
Remaining behind with Sam is daughter Marcia. Incidentally
Le 7 marked the date of a wedding anniversary for the Edl-
l Since a swimming pool, now being completed at their island
was Sam's gift to her, Mary is anxious to get back. .
Another son. Sidney Idolman, resides with his wife. Raitia,
[Miami.
A candlelight ceremony Saturday evening at the Algiers hotel
Jll'be the site of the marriage of Susan Lamm and William
uddy) Wtissel .
Bride-elect is the daughter of the Richard Lamm*, Pennsyl-
nia ave -
The Sam Weissels, of Granada blvd., are Buddy's parents,
tth wiling people are students at the University of Miami.
$an, whose sorority is Alpha Lambda Delta, has chosen a
eiv bridal gown of nylon tulle and alencon lace, styled with
Bit'fitted bodice and sculptured portrait neckline. .
Buddy's president of ODK, and he'll take his bride on a honey-
on tour through New Orleans, Mexico City and California.
Visiting with Dr. Abraham Wo If ton, director of the Spinoza
ntdoor Forum, is his grandnephew. of Columbia. S.C. .
Sanford Zahlor graduates this month from the University of
puth Carolina medical school. .
A young >"iing (oh!) 22 years old, Sanford is the only student
I his university ever to have received the MI) degree at so tender
i age. And n>> wonderhe graduated from high school when he
> U! .
Sanford i- the son of the Edward Zahlors, Columbia. A younger
^n Carry, graduates from high school this month.
>>->>>>c<<<
Mrs. Jo* Hart has been financial secretary of Sunshine Rebekah
je for the past eight yearsjoined the organization nine years
With a record of longest consecutive official service at the
dge. Jaan was honored at a banquet Saturday evening by her
Uleagues
The cell liiation also included the celebration of Joan and Joe's
5th wedding anniversary. .
Mrs. Celia Beckermon was toastmaster at the affair, which
Numbered some 50 guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Emit Gould, 7750 Ponce de Leon rd.. weekended
in Naples. Fla. LaGorce dr.'s Mr. and Mrs. George Collier
we back briefly following their three-month tour around the
orld. The Colliers are now off for their summer retreat. "Bueno
I m New Hampshire. Jennie and Harry Gordon flew to
\ to attend an executive meeting of the Jewish Funeral
phrecturs Assn., with an extended vacation following. .
Adams ave 's Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Frank marked their 41st
Redding anniversary Sunday. .
The Franks are parents of Councilman Bernard A. Frank, who
entiy married Broadway star Marion Colby. Another daughter,
htrlottt, graduates from the University of Miami law school come
ext February. .
The Franks were married June 4. 1915 and have been residents
emost of their lives. Both are past patron and matron of Faith
hapter of order of the Eastern Star. .
Morris is an honorary president of Beth Jacob Congregation,
nter having served as president and secretary for 22 years. .
He's also a member of Miami Beach Elks, Masons and
nrine. .
Mrs. Frank, who came here in 1914. belongs to Hadassah. B'nai
ton and American Jewish Congress
Samuel L. Kostonboum, 1950 SW 16th st.. leaves for New York
"lay. where he'll embark on a tour of Europe and the Middle
st. including three weeks in Israel. .
He returns i time to attend the August wedding of daughter
*wrttt Estello, whose engagement to Lloyd R. Arnel was an-
unced this week. .
Vi ws will Ik> exchanged at the Hotel Pierre in New York, where
'yd is owner of a shoe manufacturing company. .
Incidentally, Lauretta was supposed to accompany Sam on his
*iPl<> the continent. Instead, she and Lloyd.will make the jaunt
* Ikeir honeymoon. .
Staymg behind is mother Rose, who finds memories of Europe
* Painfulmost of her family having been lost there during
* *ar. .
Rose will f|y Up with another daughter, Irene, to attend the
come August.

rites
*> md Mrs. Philip Weiss and family leave this week on a
New York and the Catskills for a visit with re auves
^'"f trip to .,
*>d friends. They return in time to re-open their Royal Hun-
<"an restaurant July 1 for the summer season Mr. ana m
"tort L.vin*. mo 19th St.. were in Sun Valley, Idaho, at en ding
25th anniversary meeting of his insurance company J*W
*" Another iiinniKnt. vacation for Mr. and Mrs. Bomamin
Flint he's preside* of the Shelborne hotel-begins in Julj.
P* ""lues just returned from Minneapolis and St. Paul after fish
p tri;,. lo international Falls and Canada. .
"ore than 1(X> women t'urn'ed out to wish bon voyage to *rs.
Co! ****** **" and daughter Gladys at a luncheon in the
fc Anno and Gladys leave June 20 for an eight-week tour of
Fael Spam, Italy and other European spots. .
L Luncheon hostess was another daughter. Lil Lubin. Food
ftord chairman Samuel FrlodUod is Anna's brother.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, June 8, 1956
Section B
Mrs. Woods Heads
Beth Emeth Women
Mrs. Milton Woods was installed
president of Beth Emeth Congre-
gation Sisterhood at ceremonies
Wednesday evening, May 30!
Others named to office were
Mrs. Howard Richman, first vice
president; Mrs. Hy Bernstein, sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Herman
Ross, third vice president; Mrs.
Albert Rieder, treasurer.
Mrs. Saul Braverman, recording
secretary; Mrs. Sy Silverman, cor-
responding secrtary; Mrs. Harold
Rubin, parliamentarian.
Board members are Mrs. Nor-
man Adler, Mrs. Sam Grayson, Mrs.
Melvin Grayson, Mrs. David Green-
berg, Mrs. Alan Kramer, Mrs. H.
Rubin and Mrs. Alvin Cawn.
Outgoing president Mrs. Harvey
Klamkin was installing officer.
Joan Mady Freeman receives "double award" at her capping
ceremonythe Stevenson Award for being "most outstanding
hygienist" in her class, presented by New York State Dental
Society, and a kiss from her mother. Mildred Freeman.
JOAN GIVEN STEVtMSOH AWARD
Beech High Honor Grad Has New Honors
Joan Madv Freeman, of 1560 Drexel ave.. a former honor graduate
of Miami Beach High School, was presented the coveted Stevenson
Award last Friday at capping ceremonies held in the New York City
Community College of Applied Arts and Sciences in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Miss Freeman is the only graduate to maintain a straight A average
in all subjects, practical and theoretical. She is remaining in New York
to take the staie board examination for dental hygienists, and will then
go to Jacksonville to take the Florida state board examination July 9
through 19.
After her examinations. Joan plans to return to Miami Beach and
to engage in the practice of dental hygiene here.
Caps were presented to seniors who are now eligible for the final
graduation exercises June 14. These eXMCiSM will be held at Carnegie
Hall where Miss Freeman has been chosen, over numerous others, to
deliver the valedictorian address for the combined graduating classes
of the entire college.
Miss Freeman s grandmother, Mrs. Yetta Forkosch, of 1518 Drexel
ave will fly up to attend the final exercises and to visit with her son.
Prof Morris D. Forkosch, of Brooklyn Law School.
Mrs. Kaplan Will
Direct Humorous
Skit Wednesday
Mrs. Leon Kaplan will direct a
humorous musical skit entitled
"Federation Chai-Lights" at the
annual meeting of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation on Wednesday.
In keeping with the "Chai"
theme of the evening at the~Seville
hotel, which celebrates Federa-
tion's 18th birthday, the presenta-
tion will feature songs and recita-
tions by many community leaders
long active in the work of the ma-
jor Jewish agency.
Vocalists include Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs.
George Goldberg and Mrs. George
Graham. Appearing in a special
"Calypso specialty" will be Leo
Chaikin. Carl Susskind and Milton
A. Friedman. A vocal solo and sur-
prise dramatic impersonation will
be presented by Mrs. Bernard
Stevens, and Aaron Farr will sup-
ply the musical accompaniment.
"Through the use of document-
ary facts, music and a bit of hu-
mor, we will try to trace the 18-
year span of Federation's service
to our Jewish community," said
Mrs. Kaplan, describing the orig-
inal production.
Annual meeting chairman Fred
K. Shochet has announced that the
program will also include an offi-
cial report by campaign chairman
Sam J. Heiman on the final out-
come of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal; a major address by Philip
Bernstein, executive director.
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds; transaction of of-
ficial Federation business, con-
ducted by Stanley C. Meyers; and
participation of Rabbis Irving Lehr-
man and Joseph R. Narot.
HtP for "Women for Israel Month." June 26. is pointed
Target dcrte hrW dman (ri ht)> chairman f special
out by Mrs. Lou^J^e' u at Algiers hotel on that date.
committee ptanning a "JJJW ArmQ Brenner Meyer8. chair-
Inking on (left to right) are Mrs. a S(m}Ml z
^X^^**"* "* nd Mr8-
iack Cmner Plannmg committee member.
Hadassah Names
Regional Leaders;
Miamians Listed
At the Hadassah regional con-
ference held last weekend in the
Huntington hotel. St. Petersburg.
Mrs. Sidney C. Gluckman, of Or-
lando, was elected president for
the State of Florida.
With her were elected as vice
presidents Mrs. Samuel Sakrais,
Miami Beach; Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz, St. .Petersburg; Mrs.
David Armel, Jacksonville; as
treasurer. Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Mia-
mi; recording secretary. Mrs, Al-
bert Segall, Tampa; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Albert Morrell,
Orlando.
Mrs. Stanley Weinsier and Mrs.
Theodore Weinroth. both past pres-
idents of the Orlando chapter,
were elected as delegates at large
to the board.




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.ii.l
milk
im shortening an Ing bowl. Add egg and beat
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baking powder Combine the
mashed banana, grated oi
rind, .sourmilk and salt. Stir in
alternately dry mixture and the
mashed banana mix-
ing well alter e.i. I M Turn
into ed or
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Laal pan aid bafcr 40 rninotes at
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inserted in the e-nter. f o^1'
comes mif dry. Let cool m the
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Women in Final Confab Talks
Mr- George Bali.. '" Hih>nond. Va.. June 22 to
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i m B'nal B'rith P ^ total of 100 woman will mpre-
eneral gent South Florida en nch vital
~ a- ol the by laws
14, thi ior the district, comprising 44
chapters i i rs; and
led officers A

,eh oi the u chapters The four-da) program will
lighter side A popular skit,
le ol Oversubscription,"
visit to i written b> Mr-. William Heckler,
' u;;i I., pi w:th Mrs c
the John Marshall ho >ii]t/ .mi) Bn ,..,,.,, amilU)i the
pi is.
Graduates Gel Certificates
harm Modeling Agency held it-
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Women's club Some! 300 pi
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Youtjg People's Tin-aur. under the
direction i Jaj W. Jensen, pre-
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Edith Applehaum.
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r with cold water, add -alt and
lemon juice and bring to a quick
toil in a covered pot Cook only
till tendei i nough to pierce a 1th
a toothpick Drain well 8e|
into natural aegaaenta or cut info
any desired | Heat eg
OQC howl and dip the pieces of
cauliflower first in the crumV
tlun in beaten egg! 'hen again in
crumb- Heat the oil or shortening
in a frying pan and fry pn
cauliflower pieces till nicely
browned on all sides lift from the
fat with a perforated spoon an I let
* drain on paper towels. Serve with
meat or fish. Or with a heavy
cheese sauce made as follows, for
Milchig Meal:
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frying pan or saucepan and stir in
flour till light yellow. Add alt
and stir in milk a little at a time
to prevent lumps. Cook over low
heat 3 minutes and add shredded
cheese and seasonines to taste
Remove from heat and stir in the
mustard if used. This lends a
nippy tasti thrill, llao adds color.
Tin- .sauce i- excellent on toast
points a- a garnish around boiled.
broiled or fried fish, too

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Speared Cheese Cubes: Cut
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Spear with colored plastc tooth-
picks for easy handling. The other
end- may bo stuck into grapefruits,
oranges or large apples, slicing off
me -ide to prevent wobbling on1
erving plate.
Try adding torn* horseradish,
>r white, to each cupful of
sourcream used as a topping for
vegetable salads. Garnish with
finely diced cooked or canned
beets!
Can't indue* the kiddies to
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orange on each nroiled hamburger
pattie. after turning it over.;
Sprinkle with paprika and slit*
back under broiler flame to brown'
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to be held at the VanderbiH hotel
cabana club on Saturday, June 30.
Contestants will be garbed in
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Miracle Mile, and will be veiled
Winner will be selected by a panel
of impatrial judges.
Name- of entrants are being
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HOSES P. EPSTEIN SCHEDULED JUNE 26
itiona! Leader to Speak at 'Women for Israel1 Rally Here
ovncfront
being planned for June 25, accord-
ing to Mrs. Sam Rost, chairman of
the local chapter of that body.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
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the Algiers hotel on JuneT^ was ESJ? 2 *&****
announced at a pre- conference i h l('",ers-
and planning committee meetmg J? hoS hSinJ?haIf f Jewlh
"_r>t major role in the recent World
man of the
for State of Israel Bonds
Epstein will be on the "You
There" program featuring a
hand report on her trip to Israe
by Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais
At the committee meeting, rep
-lie recent World
Zionist congn
Mrs. Epstein belongs to a familv
which settled in America a century
mis. Aiosfs p. ipctem
resentatives of v i r t u a I I v every ZZa\,i l. *"" *, CCntury
a* sajsrss, 5SS5S5SS
the emergency drive, a major seg- Hunter r,e^ "in "ew yS
ment of Israel Security Month.
Mrs. Epstein, first national chair-
man of the women's division of
Israel Bonds, now serves as honora-
*?
in
City. While a student at Hunter,
she first became interested in the
creation of a Jewish state.
When only 21. she married and
became active in the then-strug-
gling Zionist organization, in 1920,
she organized the first Hadassah
chapter in Far Rockaway, Long
Island. She rapidly became a na-
tional figure and served as Hadas-
sah delegate to World Zionist con-
claves in Switzerland.
A frequent visitor to Israel, Mrs
I Epstein is one of the outstanding
authorities on the new nation. 'Her
agreement to attend our June 26
program has been a great stimu-
lus."' Mrs. Goldman said.
Mrs Oscar Sindell and Mrs.1
Irwin i.i- s. presidents <>f the Miami
Beach and Miami chapters of Ha-
dassah, are actively working with
Mrs Goldman to obtain the com-
plete support of every Hadassah
grtiup.
A Sponsors of Israel function is
[Mrs. Morris A. Skop, Mrs. Sol Rovin and Mrs. Joseph Milton,
llhree women leaders of dinner dance sponsored by Sisterhood
lot Cc:al Gables Jewish Center, beam proudly at affair last
[week in Alhambra room of Hotel Seville. Event helped raise
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women's division chairman, called
Tuesday's meeting "one of the most
enthusiastic ever held by the wom-
en's division."
Leo Mindlin, news editor of the
Jewish Floridian, moderated a dis-
cussion of Israel and Israel Bonds
attended by more than 100 women
and representatives of the press.

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Retiring president Mrs. Aaron Fan OefO presents gavel to Mrs.
Harry Rogers, newly elected president of Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations, at installation luncheon held last
week at Algiers hotel. Mrs. Irvir.q Lehrman (right' was install
: Some 125 women representing 80 organizations
:n Dade and Broward counties attended.
Mrs. Kaplan Elected President
Mrs Sherman Kaplan ill -uc
i \ pen as presi-
he Sisterhood i t iYmple
mi Kl
installed with Mr- Kaplan at the
200 Witness Mrs.
Appei's Installation
Mora than MO Pttata, loaders
;ni,i Meal dignitaries wtumied the
Installation <>( Mr* Benjamin
Appel ;i- preaident oi itebrew
Ac.nlctm Women .it the Fnntaine-
htoau hotel l.'-t weofc Installing
officer wax Iv.it>l>i Alexander S.
Gross.
Hn. Ainx'l n.is l>een a
h,th many philanthropic anil reli-
gioui organisations she i~ one of
pj the Home for the
re t Mended to new-
|] e|. by Harold Spaet.
i.ivor ol Miami Beach, and B.
I Binder, prcaidt nl of the Hebrew
i une Mn
Jennn -inner. Mn. Aaron j
Prr, preaident ol the Conference,
ol Jewiah Women organization-
and Herman Ki-cnoeri:. exeeutne
tor of the Academy
Mr- Joseph I Bptfcovakji pre-
aattd Mr- Irving Pirtel, outgoing
tut with a |oid ealendar
dfcai in behalf of the organization.
A fourth BrWtt student. Virginia
Pornot, BJOfta on behalf of the
Academy student body.
Musical portion of the program
was presented by the Hebrew Aca-
demy choir under the direction of ] Monticello Park honoring out-
Mr- Mm.im Donnerstag. Others i standing Sunday school pupils for
appearing on the program were tm.ir achievement. Named to the
Laurie Ames and Luke Salem.
At installation ceremonies are (left to right) Mrs. Jenny
singer, Hebrew Academy president B. I. Binder, Couv
Harold Spaet, newly elected president Mis. Benjamin
and Mrs. Aaron Farr, past president of the Conference <
ish Women's Organizations of Dade and Browcod Coi
by Mrs
the meal was recited
Miriam Pell Solkoff.
Assisting Mrs. Alexander S.
were the M^dames L,
sky. Mom RoaMkaai
Rubinowitz. Joseph Shi
dore Spoltor. Daniel Yi
Gross, chairman of arrangements,| Joseph Zemel.
Monticello Pupils On Honor Roll
Assembly was held last week at Schwartz, of Jacob
Allan Kahn.
mm. a. sot wtcft
Mrs. Weger Takes
Sisterhood Lead
V "... r w a installed
Sislei I at a recent Mother i
Ta> affair in Dora August audito-
Olher officer- installed were the
Mesdames Joel Zali> first \ice
leal \ Pepper, second vice
lent. J Kahn. treasurer.
The Mesdame> Ellis Steinberg
financial secretary. Gertrud<
corresponding secretary \\..
Baa Swimmer, recording secret*
rj Eugene SchwarU. parliament a-
nan; and Shmaryahu S*
chaplain.
mehleau hotel Sunday eve-
when the Temple held a joint
installation dinner dance of the
Men's club and PTA
were the following'
The Mesdames Morris Rubin.
preaident: Max Bodcrman \ ice
president Jules channinc. \ ice
president Norman Ciller. \ice
lent William Ruben
pn ndent: William Snasman,
inr Simon Rubin, recording
Theodore Hankoff and
\ \ Rothstein correspooding aec-
Harold Hirschfiold. audit-
or. Arthur Applebaum. social sec
Cj pen, chaplain.
to the hoard of directors
-e|>h A below.
ird Abram-on. B 1 Binder M
II < ..hen. Ouuj Maurice
George Peoor. Abe
kel. Samuel Fried land.
Charles Pruchtman, Ru'h I
| | .;
Gin-
I
'"'-: m Goodh
Benjamin Greene.
lei Halpertf Henry Hillman.
n m a n. Benjan
Harp
-eph Lip-
. Herman I
Morris Medof. Philip Xeu-
S muel Oka. Alhri I
Pi.Hack Harry Protxel. Mil-
fnrd Pu"cel. Charles Rosen cart en
ind Rubin. Stym.ur Schnedd-
er. Harry Seligman. Herbert Shapi
t Jack Silverman Milton Sirkin.
Milton Smith. Alfred Stone. Alex
, Sussman. George Talianoff.
rroop. Harold I'ngrr Samuel Wei
Pobert Weitt. Rapha-. K
Yunes
Invocation was delivered by Mrs.
Irving Lehrman. Benediction was
In Mrs Jonah ("apian. Grace after Diane Keshlansky and Karen
honor roll were:
Billy Diamond
el a*-.
Maxine Levine and Dm I
er, of Mrs. Irving Seidcl'si
Leonard I eldman. Urn)
Mark Friedman. In- Ha
Bonita Kaufman, of Clif
per's i
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IRA
v
Prff0i Opens
D.nner dance will inaugurate
summer activities for Menorah
troop ol Hart aah Sunday e\e-
mng June 10. at the Ocean Ranch
hotel. In charge of reservations
are Mrs. George Graham and Mrs.
Raymond Wolf.
MAKE BEANS 'N MUSHROOMS WITH
HEINZ KOSHER VEGETARIAN BEANS
Sigma Delta Phi Comedy on Boards
Sigma Delta Phi Council spon
< red by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Tenter, installed offi-
cers last week
Original musical comedy. Fe-
male Me." highlighted the insul-
in at the Town Branch
The play, written, produced and
directed by Felice Freedman. Bar-
bara Wasserman and Marcia Robtn-
son. starred members of the Coon-
nd followed the installation by
Gather Tilchen. superriser of teen-
age activities
icers are Helen Ah man. pres-
ident. Soodra Wagner, first vice
PNHQMti
ond vice president: Marcia Robin-
on. third rice president; Judy
Fishman. twaaniu Jackie ken-
berg, recording teeietaiy. Roberta
K.mroel. cerrespeaagtng secretary
Outgoing officers are Cwen
Stone, president. Helen Altaian.
first vice president: Soodra Wag-
ner, second rice president: Barbara
Hankea. third vice presides* Lil-
lian Beck, treasurer. Penny
man. recording
Kimmel.
Sigma Delu Phi recently
the athletics trophy aad brat
lor the
wJC ^MMCMarvv im#grf that's diffwrwtit!
ThU nourishing main dash is quick, easy and dettcions
Here's all it takes:
2 caps of sliced m
2 tablespoons of minced
3 tablespoons of butter
1 can (16 ox.) Hcinx Koaher Veajetahan Beans in Tom
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with chopped
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8, 1956
Page 5 E
AMA President Will Survey Hospitals
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Int annual installation oi North Dade chap-
L Women's American ORT, at the Lucerne
ttel shows standing (left to right) the Mes-
mes Albeit Zeitzew, vice president; Nor-
Terry. vice president; Benjamin Wein-
ck, corresponding secretary; Morton
[St'( financial secretary; Ralph Hollander,
Davis Named "
itstandingWomai
Beach Chapter
newly elected
hi Reach chapter.
B'rith Women, has been
d "outstanding woman of the
and wa> presented with an
ph; at a recent in-
ilion dinner in the Lucerne
Lbhi Ir nan. spiritual
jtr ( l ,'i-Kl. was
E 'ssin. past
I Beach !
I ition to Brs.
\ t is noted here
I, activities; and
I ized for bring-
: timber of new
fcber- to Beach chapter. The
.ill ledges and
liers (..... B'nei B'rith
h arm '.' B'rith Women's
!a.
bphy ui presented by Mr.
I v veteran
i B'nth m bers for the pa>.t
*r>. Mr i oan U bnnor-
presiilent of B'nai Brith
E ind Lodge, District 5.
Ooldstrom is honorary life
erof Mi.imi Beach lodge.
botelwoman and philan-
Jennie Grossingcr was
[bonom: uesta at the affair
enrolled a- ;i Beach chapter
r.
**r %**? ^
np^rT.?'' ""I Noman Garson- Seated
aeft to qht) are the Mesdames Harold Book
vice preside Jack Carmel< ^
Berke. co-chairman, Florence Kupperman,
guest speaker and installing officeT; Nat
Robbins and Jerry Union.
*-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader,
presents trophy to Mrs. Max Davis, president of Miami Beach
chapter. B'nai B'rith Women.
m Myerson and Club II Honor New Officers and Boards
Abo Seltzer conducted the
ony when the Oolda Myerson
of Pioneer Women held its
(nl installation of officers and
hoard members Tuesday noon in
| the Colony restaurant.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer took over the
presidential office. Seated with
Mrs, Zeltzer were honorary presi-
dent. Mrs Sonia Robbins; fir.-t vice
president, Mrs. Ev Kahn; second
vice president, Mrs. Anna Fry.
Treasurer. Mrs. Barbara Green-
berg; financial secretary, Mrs.
Anna Quaker; corresponding sec-
retaries. Mrs. Esther Brown and
Mrs. Anna Bild: and recording sec-
retary, Mrs. Sonia Robbins.
*
New officers and member- of
club II honored their president.
Mrs. Ida Jacobs, at a farewell party,
before she leaves lor a summer in
California, on Wednesday noon in
the Raleigh hotel.
New slate of officers includes the
Mesdames Abe Shadrof, first vice
president; Jacob Cosow, second
vice president; Minnie Shubow. re-
cording secretary; treasurer. Wil-
liam Malmuth: financial secretary,
Nathan Ostrov.
NEW YORK-Dr. E;mer He*8,
"f Erie, Pa., president of the Am-
erican Medical Assn., will visit
Israel in July to survey the medic-
al installations maintained in that
country by Hadassah, the Women's
Zionist Organization of America, il
ced this week by Mrs.
Rebecca Shulmsm, national presi-
dent of Hadassah.
Dr. Hess, a noted urologist, has
discussed bis forthcoming trip to
Israel under Hadassah auspices
with President Eisenhower and
will carry a personal letter from
the President to Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion, of Israel. Both
Dr. Hess and Rabbi Abraham B.
Shoulson, spiritual leader of the
Erie Jewish Center, who will ac-
company him, will travel with
State Department status.
Hadassah, an organization of
more than 300.000 American Jew-
ish women in 1.200 groups and
chapters in each of the 48 states,
Puerto Rico and Alaska, main-
tains in Israel seven hospitals,
scores of mother-and-child health
centers, a child guidance clinic, a
school hygiene service and a
nurses' training school. In addi-
tion. Hadassah supports, together
with the Hebrew University, the
only medical school in Israel, and
is now beginning construction on
Convalescent Home
Installs Officers
Bikur Cholem cent Home
of Greater Miami he'd a lunch"-"!
and installation of officers at the
Lincoln Manor Tuesday noon.
Honored guests were founders
IMr. and Mrs. Hyman Roth, of Long
Bi i h \ Y who flew in especially
for the occasion.
Pi rmer Mayor of Miami Beach
Harold Shapiro officiated and
administered the oath of office.
Installed were honorary presi-
dent. Mrs. M. Zitter: president.
Mrs Isidore Cohen; first vice pres-
ident. Vickie Roe; vice presidents.
Mrs, Ida Moro, Mrs. Milton Yaffe.
Mrs. Sadie Steer, Mrs. Eva Leopold.
Mrs Helen Hornstein, Mrs. Nettie
Petter.
Recording secretary. Mrs. Sara
Kosstrin; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Sara Block: financial secreta-
ry. Mrs. Jack W'exler; treasurer.
Mrs. Harry Einhorn.
Trustees. B. Weisman. Alfred
Lesser, M. Zitter. Mrs. Harry Ein-
i horn, Mrs. Max Eisenstein and
Mrs. Vickie Roe.
Board of directors are Mrs. Al-
bert Klein, Mrs. Dora Cohen. Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Roth. Mrs. Kal-
man Shapiro, Mrs. Ruth Shear. Mrs.
J. A. Wexler, Mrs. Helen Horn-
stein, Mrs. Sara Kosstrin, Mrs.
Celia Eisenstein, Mrs. Eva- Leo-
pold. Mrs. Pauline Belanoff. Mrs.
; Edith Brenner, Mrs. Yetta Trask
and Mrs. Esther Elkin.
a $12,500,000 Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Center in Jeru-
salem.
In accepting the Hadassah invi-
tation to inspect its medical facili-
ties in Israel, Dr. Hess said: "The
Hadassah medical program in Is-
rael is a vast undertaking ere
by people with great hearts and
overwhelming devotion. A more
difficult project under more diffi-
cult circumstances is hard to ima-
gine. Hadassah's humanitarian
work in Israel has grown out of
th" needs Of a people beleaguered
and poor, with great dreams and
great hopes."
Leaders Discuss
Top Social Issues
National and local leaders in the
Jewish community discussed dis-
crimination, segregation. anti-Sem-
itism and their relationship at the
jWorkr n's Circle Lyceum Sunday
evening.
The Jewish Labor Committee.
American Jewish Committee. Am-
erican Jewish Congress. Anti-Defa-
mation League and the Workmen's
Circle participated in the symposi-
um.
Emanuel Muravchick. of New
York, national field director of the
Jewish Labor Committee, led the
I discussion. Seymour Samet. Ameri-
can Jewish Committee's Southeast
area director: Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
of Congregation Beth David.
representing the American Jewish
Congress; and paul Seiderman,
Ant i-Defamation League executive
committee chairman, were discus-
. sants.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, i \-
ecutive director of the Ore
I ml Jewish Federation, was DM
ator. Bernard Lcvinson. of Phila-
di Iphia, national director of the
Workmen's Circle, made the sum-
', mation. Joseph Duntov. southeast
vice president Of the Jewish Labor
Committee, was chairman of the
' meeting.
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Roosevelt Temple Features
Repeat Performance of Satire
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian
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1fl*tnrrkH*n^
Fay. Jum
August Wedding,
Europe Tour for
Miss Kestenbaum
An eneaeement party at the
Champa Khees cafe VU i',iv<>n by
Mr. anH Mr*. Samuel I>. Ke-ten-
1906 S\V Ifith it, Miami, in
h'innr cf their daughter, LaureMe
ind their future on in-
| m LI >yd Richard Arnel. of Nt
rk, Sundaj tfafj 27
Mr. Arnel ifl the KM) of Vr<
mer Arnel and the late Mr.
1 and nephew <>f ei I
; ucker Lloyd la ilso part-
Co., cf New York.
te&sing at the partj bef
Laun
i bj the
N 'Av
Mr Arnel flew 1 the
and the couple returned
i N Yorl the
i iretti
[or three
s. Then -he trill return to
. Iven by I
N. >
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n. Ellis
:
111
ind Mrs I \ oung-
A Cole b
mpli yera, and Mitt
society staffer of
the Miami Da I) V
Mrs. Ethal Shochat, Mr*. Sally Gardnar and Mrt. I i
kranti are out of the country. The trio ol lad nZ / Bl
j a week at the Seville Biltmore. Or. and Mr Abr.h. *'*
SW 21st ter.. are leaving for New York to help c !? """V
Mitzvah of their grandson. Martin Richard Frank.! [, ^
Mr. and Mrs. Lastar Frankal. a Hu folks
Kntertaming at a coffee this week for member of k. v
the Children's Theater was Mrs. Paul (Pat) Brombarg S|T *!
Meridian ave. home. Alton rd.'s Mrs. W. L. Milnar plan t '
ummer months at her Bloomfield Hills, Mich, home m
taster, 1406 Normandy dr., left 5 a.m. Fndav for i ,i!,fornja
Ml) passenger Paarl'a terrior. Sissia. She plan- to eo h,
MISS lAUKHTt KlSJiNBAUM
Ardl
MISS FfANC/NI fASllNBUG
Leff, Shapiro
Wed at Ft. Meade
rhanel nf Ft Mi le Md VtJ
the site of the rolyn
Relem I efl and l>r Pud Arthur
Shamro (m May 18
Th<- bride i~ the daughter of
Mr. anH Mn Kii .1 I.ett 28S3 SW
22nd ter M mi Her husband's
pare Mr an.I Mrs Milton
no Neu Hartford, Conn.
"f honor for the bride
v.,- her sifter. Lillian.
Newly wed Mr- Shap nded
the Univeraitj ol fllinoia and urad-
i from Michael Reese Hospi-
tal, Chicago, in as a radiologist
Dr Shapiro, a captain in the
Army, is a graduate of the dental
college in Baltimore. Md
A dinner followed the ceremony
for immediate members of the
family at the Lord Baltimore hotel.
After their honeymoon spent in
Pennsylvania, the couple will be at
home at 1929 Reece dr.. Ft. Meade.
Pittsburgh, where she'll make a several wee* ^ **ll
then be off for a five-month stay in Beverlv Hills
.
errs rwo aw aids ... *icuhkating at homi
Albert Abramowitt. who is captain of the Shi ndoah Jum
.1 concert band, received two outstanding award- recently 1
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Abramowiti v. the award I !
musician. He also received an outstanding tervice citatioa
holds first chair in the clarinet section. .
Nathan Nawman, recent law school pad at the iveratyafj
underwent minor surgery at Doctors hospital where he scent
daya. Nat will be convalescing at home for the next ten dm!
H- an active board member at Flaelcr-Grenada and the Greater!
Jewi-h Community Center. Nat's also pa | r of fl
lodge. Knights of Pythias. .
THEY TKAVtl NORTH 6VU COAST TOUR
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Dcrmar, 4-41?I Prairu naj
cation by car Wednesday. The Dannart' d. Aas *;<
City, where they'll attend a wedding V i their itineraryM.
through Buffalo. NY. Kne. Pa., and Charleston, V, Va., UfarJ
turnin h inc. .
Mrs. Sid Rosen, 810 NE 172nd ter will li m : line fiaj
Harbor. L.I.. where she plans to vacation lia. *< the hon
si-ter She'll be accompanied hv daughter Barbara, 9.
Michael, 7. Sid remains here but will go on vacatu n with the I
come fall. .
Gotham Town's E. V. Kramers have been staying at the
hotel and plan to motor home via Florida's Gulf
New UM'ers Troth To TEP Man Toi1
MISS MARLINE TURNER
miss bitty haimim
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anger-
man. 575 Lake View dr.. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Florence, to
Michael Allan Clem.
Miss Angerman is a graduate of
Marlene Turner
Is Bride-Elect
The engagement of Marlene
Frances Turner and Malcolm
* Greenfield is announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
, Turner, 6082 Indian Creek dr.,
Miami Beach.
The prospective bridegroom is
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Green-
field. 574 49th st.. Miami Beach.
Marlene is a student at the
University of Florida where she is
a member of the Modern Dance
club.
Her fiance attended Cornell
I 'm versify three years and will
graduate from Florida State Uni-
versity school of hotel and res-
taurant management next January.
His fraternity is Phi Epsilon Pi.
! Miami Beach High School.
: she was a member of Nl
Honor Societ y She plan* to I
tend the University of V.jai|
i September.
Her fiance i the son of Mr,!
Mrs. Reuhin .1 Clein, 2637 Fla
go dr. Miami Beach.
Michael graduated from Ml
Beach High School He atttl
the Unive Miami, whend,
is a member i ; Tail Epsilon
fraternity
No wedding iLte has been
rancine's Fiance, Daniel I. Miller, Medical Student
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fastenberg
20 Gateway dr.. Great Neck. NY.
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Miller, son of Mrs. Belle Miller, I Mr Miller was an honor student
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the late Bertram Miller present, he is a student at the
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Great Neck High School and at
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MRS. CIRALD SPOlTfR
Helight Rites For Spolters
d'fluiit ceremony in the
: hotel Sunday united in
Myra Ann Rosen and
bolter. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
Bciated at the double ring
bride is the daughter of
I Mrs. Louis Rosen. 1200
fi It, North Miami Beach.
I a gown o| chantilly lace
fl tulle over satin.
*il of French illusion was
i headpiece of tiny flowers.
Jfc orchids adorned her
IHer only jewelry was a
|of pearls borrowed from
' honor.
ran, Band
i for October
wcia Ellen Gutman and
|H Band are planning for
Ma*
[kride-elecfs parents, Mr.
Robert (Jutman. 2291 SW
1 *w announcing the cou-
"fement.
P" '- the son of Mrs.
Band and the late Caroll
|t- H81 SW 14th ter.
Mrs. Qua Garstl, the bride'i aunt.
was matron of honor in pink
chantilly lace trimmed with teed
pearls. She carried I cascade of
pink feathered carnations.
Marylyn Apple was maid of
honor. Her pink dress was styled
with Empire waistline, pleated
bodice, and shoulder bow with
streamers. She carried pink car-
nations.
Barbara Rosen, sister of the
bride, was junior maid of honor.
She wore an off the-shouldcr pink
nylon tulle dress.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Sophie Spoiler. 608 Euclid
ave., Miami Beach, and the late
Lewis Spolter.
Morton Spolter was best man
for his brother.
Marvin Gerstl, cousin of tne
bride, was ringbearer. Ushers were
Normand Williams. Bob Stone and
Irving Scherr.
Hats for the bridal attendants
were designed by the brides un
cle. Gilbert Nichter, New York.
After a honeymoon irip to
Jamaica. Haiti. Dominican Repub-
lic and Puerto Rico, the newlyweds
will make their home in North
Miami Beach.
IS
Karp, Siegel
In Wedding Rite
mi Phi h ..
man Crown hotel, W
' and Mrs. Samuel
;""' *y!:' "-' blvd., became
Hi" bride of Mel Si. i |
W Jonah Caplan. of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, officiated.
Be i man was Marvii
"other of the Matron of
was Mrs Marvin
"' ,""""- was Paula Silver-

Th bride selected a
sheath of delicate pink im-
' chantilly lace. Her nose
ttached to a cap of match-
nk lace. She carried orchids.
The bride is a graduate of Brigh-
ton High School, Brighton, Mass
She attended Boston Clerical and
raduated from John Robert
Powers Modeling School in Boston
Mr. Siegel i~ a graduate of
Forest Hills High School and at-
tended \ow York Unii
! he is in business in Opa
Locka.
After in extended honeymoon
Ihe couple will make their home at
'i
wn guest : .1 Dr.
Boston,
York.
Page 7B
Schwi Flaum
inge Vows
candle-
on Sunday, ''
at the Shelborne hoti i larole
Schwa liter ol Mr. and Mrs.
: Schwarl SW 7th it,
(he bride of Harold Flaum,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Flaum,
4281 SW 18th ter. Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwits, oi Zamora Jewish I en
ter. officiated,
Decor of the wedding was pink
and white. Bestman was Morton
Flaum. brother of the grOOfll.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mor-
ton Flaum. Bridesmaids were Lois
Pehfsteifl and Anita Richards.
Ushers were Harold Friedland and
Alfred Schwartz.
The bride is a graduate of Coral
Gablea High School. The groom at-
tended schools in Harrisbun.'. Pa.
A reception and formal dinner
followed at the Shelborne hotel.
After a trip through Florida, the
couple will make their home at
7951 SW 37th ter. Miami.
Halperin, Stem
In Wedding- Plans
Two University of Florida stu-
dents are engaged. Betty Harriet
Halperin. junior majoring in Eng-
lish and speech at the UF, is the
fiancee of Paul Raphael Stern,
junior in the I'F college of law.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
of Mrs. E. Halperin. Daytona
Beach, and the late Joseph Hal-
perin. Mr. Stern is the son of Mrs.
Beatrice Stern. 17315 NE 12th ave.,
North Miami Beach.
Miss Halperin is a member of
Future Teachers and the Women's
Student Assn. at the UF.
Mr. Stern, who received his AB
degree from the UF, served in the
Army during the Korean War. He
is a former staff appraiser with
the Veterans' Administration here.
He is a charter member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi and also belongs to Phi
Alpha Delta, legal fraternity.
MRS. RICHARD BtHRtN
Mandells in Vows
At Beth David
Mr. and Mr* Allen Brown. 1491
SW 64th ave were hosts tor
reception which followed the May
2<; marriage of their daughter,
Gloria, and Irving Mandell.
Con Beth David was
the setting tor the wedding. Carol
IfilU-r and James Shanley attended
the couple.
After a honeymoon in New
York, they will return here to
make their home.
The bridegroom is the son of the
Saul Mandells. 226 SW 26th ave..
and Bridgeport.
Father's Birthday
Her Wedding Date
Myra Rose Berezin has chosen
her father's birthday. June 24. as
her wedding date. She and Law-
rence Stephen Rosenberg. Chicago,
will be married in his home city.
Mr and Mrs. Abraham J. Bere-
zin, 750 Lenox ave.. Miami Beach,
are telling the news of their daugh-
tci s engagement. The prospective
bridegroom is the son of the Sidney
I Rosenbergs, Chicago.
Miss Berezin is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She ma-
jored in education at the Univer-
sity of Miami where she was a
member of Future Teachers of
America, the Childhood Education
Assn. and Delta Phi Ep.silon.
Mr. Rosenberg will receive both
his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor
of Science in bio-chemistry degrees
from the University of Chicago in
June.
Leta's Husband,
Richard Behren,
Miami Accountant
Lets Carol Coldstrom became
Mrs. Richard Irwin Behren in cere-
monies Sunday at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated at
the 1 p.m. double ring wedding.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kelvin Goldstrom. 100
E. DiLido dr. The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Behren,
2261 SW 20th st.
Wearing a string of pearls that
had been a gift from the groom,
newlywed Mrs. Behren chose a
gown featuring a seeded pearl
bodicf. tiered skirt of tulle and
fingertip veil with seeded pearl
crown. She carried white orchids
on her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Stanley Rosen, sister of the
groom in a two-piece shell pink
polished cotton gown featuring an
accordion-pleated bodice, was ma-
tron of honor. Stanley Rosen acted
as best man for his brother-in-law.
The couple met on a blind date.
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach High, where she was" treas-
urer of her senior class and the
school, she is presently a Junior
in education at the University of
Miami, where -he is b vanity cheer
leader, secretary of Pep club and a
member of Alpha Ep.silon Phi
sorority.
Mr. Behren graduated from II i-
mi High School and the University
of Florida, with the BSBA degree.
He was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity, spent two years in
the Marine Corps and was dis-
charged with the rank of first
lieutenant.
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rJ^fcy- fa*.
MIS. STAMlfr S. HSHMAN
June Wedding
For Miss Bookfor
Sunday, .'one 9 wa tha day
chosen by alias '"- n Bookfor for
1 r a adding to 3 Fishman.
Ti ia the da < hter oi Hra
t> bis 8th rt and Om
j. room la the son of Mr. and Hra
ib Fishman, l ~> l r Pefinaylvanla
e._________^^_________. _
"Rabbi Skop officiated In the
(;.-,. n room of the Lincoln Manor
;,i the '* p bi Barmi
Fishman, brother of the groom,
i best nan.
Given in marriage by her moth-
er, the bride chose ballerina
\ui oi tulle over white taffi
the tailored lace top made with
peplura effect and c.,p sleeves Her
double-tiered French illusion veil
was h-id in place bj seed pearl
tiara.
,,! .,l honor was Mias Vivian
gtein, niece of the groom. Mrs.
!', tokfor, mother oi the bride, and
Mrs. Irishman, mother of the
groom, chose pale bine and old
com crepe and lace gowns. Floaters
v are desi g n e d bj Blaekstona
Flower Shops.
The bride It Of South
Philadelphia High school and at-
tended Miami I n;\< r-i!v The
groom i- a gn i Brooklyn
ttendi d Miami I nivereitj
and saw the s
Arm", m Koi
i her going away costume.
Hi. 'lose I B ")
with whit. and
whit Upon com-
.n trip I J
the newly
wet
. h.
Steyenson's Florida
Victory Wili Take
On New Meaning
!
I'M sidential pref-
tial primarj here last
I
the sm n vie-
his opp
Stevi nson's Florida I
n which he n me lfi.ooo
r Kefauvi bad pret ious-
h been considered a lukewarm
ne.
In other race- here last week,
Inej SegaH act red ai
\ icti
In Count) Commission *** the State Deoartmcnt in Germany.'
Fans Cowart downed mcumUnt _t,h''r ?ff.,e#r' d6Cted wew Later he returned to the Unite.l
Jess Yarborough, John McCleod *un,e* J:'>'-"" wee president:.states and entered the investment
won over incumbent I n MacVicar Jwr, corresponding secre- business, it was in this work that'
Ralph Foaaej took over the ,ar-; Burl I,XN recording secre- he beean to recognise his hearing.
4Bl
I
*0NAID iifaj
Degree Cum
CALVIN GOULD
Gould Elected
Group President
Security Council Capitulates to Arab ]
Pressure on 'Mutually Acceptable'
Peace as Soviet Assistance Scores
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Arab paragraph. Iran presented an
I the United Na- amendment to tl ri
tions havt I a vieton with lion which the Badtiati delegation
;,i,i ,,t H mi when the acefpted to I
iBcil adopted a British in objecting to the paragraph,
ution on the Ai. if the repn of the Arab
from which had bean deleted a nations made it class; that the
paragraph stating (hit the Secur- no! want any "mutually a>
it\ Council i- "conscious of th able" peace with Israel. They in-
need to ereate conditions in whit' I that the resolution should
a peaceful settlement on I mutual- limit itself only to the armistice
basis ol the dispute agreements and the Cease-fire
between the parties can he made pledees given Mr. Hammarskjold
The representations of Egypt, by their governments.
Jordan. Lebanon and Syria insisted In capitulating to the Arabs, Sir
on the elimination of this para- Picrson Pixon. head of the British I
graph from the British resolution, delegation to the Inited Nations,'
which wj- intended to give UN^told the Security Council today I
Secretarv General Pag Hammar- that he was deleting the paragraph 11 |*AAr /* j
skjold encouragement in his con- from his resolution and was ac- LiPlOli Uf^m^d
tinned efforts to achieve a aettle- cepting the Iranian amendment "in
ment between Israel anil the Arab the interests of unanimity." James j
countries. The representatives of A Wadsworth. in behalf of the
the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia. Iran United States, announced briefly | Ronald Abbotl
and Nationalist China supported that the Inited States would vote Mr. and Mr Joseoh V
tin fcraba at the Secunt> Council for the resolution as amended by 651 W. 47th -i \\m
and urged Britain to deJatn the Sir Picrson. I graduates June 14 cum ha
^ ^ I Harvard University with
degree in ec moi
Ronald also intended ,
I Academy. Andover. Mass., i
entering Harvard. Mr.
. I.ipton will he in .
graduatit
NEW YORK Pr Fmanue Neu- tional elections." adding that "it At Harvard li. nald tgfl
mann Wednesday charged the Ad- is evidently hoping to put the '"r ": '' i thai
ministration in Washington with Middle East a Ice through radio station WHRB,g
rately temp alive actions in the United Na- aRcr *lni' varsity basal
tin entire problem of Middle Fa-' tipns winch aolve nothing basical- producer ol
. "in view ol the coming na- ly." member t.f the Dean's
Be tanned this "a PoUyanna at- n's 8 cum
titutle the Middle East ""' ,(
crisis which, be said, "strikes one l*H *;
' naible." He further ,-uan Association."
call and replacement Following a brief intafjl
of I Hen- aid, who-. .. presH
m he described as Dade
. t for the Egyp- Asj n. of Mian i. v.
ctator." ganuit.
About tha II, Zi ni i lea IT, who returned
became unpaired bj artnier? flrj i., i week from leruaaletn where
during V ir II. the prospect he headod the ZOA delegation to
of settling down to a peacetime the World Zionist > ad-
business career seemed far from dreased a two-do. extraordinary
to Stanley Gould. 12.18 meeting ol the National Admin
trative Council of the Zionist Or- pacr Wl it was th ganuatjon ol America, the ruling ,,
...ence. and future Dooy ol th.it organization between .
.vents shape-l by it that inspired conventions, held this week at the Satiuns ''> "":
him to enter the business in which Hotel Biltmore to rmaldar the cur- of new rabbis being gn
lit i no engage I Today Gould rent situation relating to the Mid- each year by Hebrew I'nil
is an authorized dealer for Zenith die Baal as well as the future of lege-Jewish Institute of
"''""':' Al '" the Zionist movement in light of were announced by Dr.
following service
Neumann Raps U.S. Mideast Policy;
Demands Recall of Henry Byroade
Wartime Usability
Brings Veteran
New Business
Rabbinic Colk
Expands Pi
Lincoln rd.
is later,
wartime expertei
CIM IN'

Calvin C. Could has been elected
v president oi the Beth David .! I ? J lho decialona of the Zionist I i Glueck, presidenl oi the
Ihomas \,iungbliMid '. '' "" ">'" immci ArtilU-rx. in which he rose from
uns court ju A"unA "*rrieai l"r comingiprivate to major, Gould serve.) In Kr<""_______________________|o,dcst ra,)l"n"- m"W
eat oi former Commis- tary; and Bernie sbnkman, traaa-
sioner Preston Bird, eaairj out-dis- urer.
tancing his opponent. St.uv Howell ------ ... ,
In the race for gudature "^ '" ,h'' *"* "f ',,n'C,0rs
llaj 28 runofi 1 *m Al;i" Ks\g1n. Maury Herman.
to George Hollahan over Harvie Milton Sadoff and Herachel i:
PuVal. ,hal.
tii-.ihility as a definite handicap.
"I felt that I was gradually being
shut off from the rest of the
world." Gould explained. "Hut
even WOfM WtJ the realization tint
others with whom I associated felt
tense and uneasy in my presence.*'!
Discouragement and despair
finally compelled Gould to apply j
through the Jewish War Vet'
to the Veterans Administration for,
nelp. The Administrat'on suggest-
ed a hearing aid. Although the
Metropolitan Agents Given Top Responsibilities Here
Two Metropolitan Life Insurance from the Metropolitan school in
Co. agents were thji weel \ti.,nta. Ga vuli head up activi
Of top respon-ibility. the ties in North Miami,
company has announced hen rnnim ,,.,., _, _j nu
Philip Friedman who no. ranks JSI^ZIFmSZSJP^ f,rs' nP h" ,r",, proved unsatis"
fourth out of 20.000 agents In pro- M V.mer Hr h.r ,t h T *<*** h f,,d ive UP At ""'
auction, has been assigned in ^Si i^SSJMlSfl J?1? "" "f a "? e tried a,
rge of a large portion of the ^iS^iS^ZSSt!^ ^^ "* fr"m ,h:" mOm0n, 1,f
Miami Beach area. > Mr''P"''-n DOHcyhOlders t,M(k on new mcaning for hjm
-=........"......^^r" S&SSS wsi:ia?K?
a i a. TfT^0*^ \ -:"-- 2
Announced on Beach mS "v? at 19.130 NW.5,h pl' pr""' '" M'u"'"'<- '' ''"
Announcement of the creation R 1 ;^' ndTh,. rn'o \ !' Tl ^^M """* """
Of the firm of CypCB, Salmon and i^ '*' A"N' h" ^,(]________________1
Cypen was aaada Wednendaj by
Irving.Cypen. attorney of Miami
Beach, effective June 1.
The partnership will be com-
I of Irving Cypen, Michael H
Salmon and Harry I. < ypen. re-
cently admitted to the Bar.
Irving Cypen has been practicing
on Miami Beach since 1946, Is a
former municipal court judge and
was assistant city attorney.
Salmon, who has been associated
with the office of Irving Cypen.
recen'ly was appointed assistant
to the attorney general.
urdines,. '
-& iku foe hom of
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June 8. 1956

fair Reveals
Exec Posts
B Marcus, executive rkfl
ntof 1 Start*! Inc.,
ced the promo-
.ecutives in the
W
l^ .i Maloff, branch man-
,!,_,. ; en with Food Fair
and branch
r for tli" last nine years,
promnt-d to the new
: S i^hcrn divisional
opened the first
itate of Florida.
IFriedlaml of store opera
ted to branch
: has served in
isoQ held.
ininistrative
I ,uht years.
lippe;' dfective last
line with Food Fair's
expansion in the South,
ng io M ireus.
Fair stores has 240 super-
lervir a severt-state area
MCticul I" Florida. Fifty-
; the- ui are in Florida
Reeman, BuiiderT
Dies Here at 66;'
Was Noted Leader
Paqe 9 B
ew rork. ii.
R
New Tork,

Ih
Benjamin Fle<
SAMUEL LANDSMAN
y.......i m
lad Ko
Hebrew Teachers
Elect Louis Gadon
......... owner of
Miami, died June 4 ol hear! eon
:;:"", >-d.-.. 43..,,.,;.,:
! It*
Mr.. Fleeman was .,,......
"Vl E3ka lodge, board of '
me for
Home Builders i
londa. American .ie.
" ;'"'l Temple Emanu-El.
" a chan,.,- member
Beth Jacob Coi ,n
Surviving are hU wife. Rose, two
; David and Dr, Jerome, both
'"'"': three brothers, including n. iWa^cSn SHA^\, ,
Harry, Pensacola: "*
i
urlal were In New fork,
V rial Chap^
JESSE ORY
re five
' lived
\Ived by
husband ;
Nan
with bin lal In Ml. N
came an ago from Roch-
Ived b> -..ii.
Rabbi I. j \ Olan, I lall is, Ti i
a dau i Bertha
and burial
In Rex hi ster, u ii i, i ,
i. Washing ton
i .i arran
BEN M. KAMONS
mi n bant, died ..May 21. Ha
11- aco (Torn w. PaIr-
mont, W \ ind lived al 743 Alme-
rla, C He Is rarvlved by
hla fe, I..mi'.-, and three sisters.
He wa i member of ich
Rika, Klwanla, Vetarant of Pot
Wara and Ami i,. glon s-
it (ii.nlim l--un.n-.il Home.
on : .1 ,
l.o I '. .
of
\
FRANK W. RAHN
I
Memorial
Ma


MORRIS ROSEN
77, of 753 Mi. 1 .i ,,] M ly 24.
He waa b na I Ive of Chic re he
ii hardware atore. Ha
ta Ml Hi ir-
: i. hla wife, .i<-:in: an I
suns, Joaeph, i: s. Serv-
wm i-i Ohicarp. with
ii Chapel in
I.- .ill;--..
fe
Louis Gadon. faculty member of
Beth David Congregation has been
elected president of the Hebrew i
Teach,m A-sn. of Greater Miami
Other officers named at a recent
meeting Include Dr Joseph Hur-
witz and Mrs. Batya Stadlan, vice
presidents: Irvinfi Shalom, treasur-
er: and Jo.shua Sfadlan. secretary.
Abe, Miami, and
and lour isters.
' 'line 5 in New-
'ordon Funeral Home with
bunai in Mi n,. Cemetery
MRS. VEDA BRODER
III-
' ''' li nil
Knallxh De.
, .V of
Veda
the l ,., ...., .., v,|

In I'.-.:
------* Homey
rsoara members include the Me- ["._". x > Mi


1 ; e, with
Ml S
ins a fa.
MRS REY ROSEN
died May
21. She ram,
sii.- is survived bv her
I. Meyei thn Al
Phil: a daughter, Mn
' a xi
i: e-Bi h Man orl l C
H ave., wiiii burial in .\u.
In
*v
dames Fay Feinstein, Ruth Uliss,
Rebecca Lipson, Bthel Salt, Rebec-
ca Kclemer and Mr. Zvi H
kranz.
Honorary president Is Mrs Da-
vid Freedman Mrs. fliss is out-
going president.
S mil
II of .1
isii \\ i,n
husband, i.. sisters, Im-ludln
Isabel Crove Ml in B< a, h an I
bmtl

Beth Sholcm
Chiefs Consecrated
. With burial
,v-
a
on.- :, in Hlv-
V.ir-
iii Mt. Nebo
MRS. ANNETTE KAPLAN
' :.....; KW i M
n, an e here ri \. \. ari ago I
nd v if .rmei i.....II ..
New Vork Ci ntral Rall-
M. r husband, lb, jo-
i daughter, Mrs Marlon Ren-
threi i iv
H Miami,
Mai 31 -it !'
With Inn .,il in Ml. \. terJ
MORRIS STERNBERG
7". !".:''. Blarrlti dr., died Ma< 29 He
rame ban i .-,, .ww
rork. He I nw wife,
> idle Bervl ei wara In \'. irk, N .1 ,
it ii Rival ilde-Bearti M......i i..
' >'"'.....ndy is!, ii ...- local
[emi ins.
Nebo l '
It.,
JOSEPH BOBIS
Marldlan ava who camo
from Phil
Mai -1 jo- waa a retired aali -
man ; Ived by his dauahtera,
M li.ni Moldoff, Mi- Bather
M Blvta Nevh
four Bisters, im ludine Mrs. Tlllle
Betoff, Rurfelde Bervloei> were May
T. in Newman-Gordon Puneral Hi
with burial in son- of i nm ..i i 'ami tei i.
IOSEPH LEVY
SW :.sth ave i aldi i
of Jo.
; i and was
ber of Temple Zlon Bui \ i \
< lude hi* -V Ifi. M i ni two ns, Hai -
old and i.-i;
1 nd a grandi hlld, Rervk-ei
Pi'nei I Hu !
with burial in Btai of David i
ti
At Fn
i Temple Berth
IAI010 (MIDLAND
ling Succeeds
M Presidency
feniple Emami-EI r
viII succeed
I ient of the
I oanu i:i.
inning at the
i; Sunday tva
^m held joint
f danc- i : the Sisterhood.
I'iib \ were Jules
Bon Saul (Jenet.
David Samel-
I kn. vice presi-
I Rachar.i stone, correspond-
Nary: M iKlel Salmon, re-
Irving Schatz-
wrer; Allen Goldberg.
of th- hoard. '
I to the board of directors
tor Api lebaum, Aaron
Jack B u r r i s Henry
J Deutsch. Morris Dub-
f Engel, Raymond Fein-
Jrtel, Carl Gardner,
Iman Ben Zion Gins-
Goldman. Benjamin
"*rt Cutman, Dr. Sher-
Jn. Walter Kaplan.
Pk Marvin Kimmel, David
Joseph Kogos, Hyman
ik Lane, Albert Lehr-
IStomon L.chter, Jerome
[^ll Mangold. Tom Mel-
* "ever, Dr. Donald
wrshon Miller, Edward
J(,pl Newman, Albert
Uus J I'erlmutter. Louis
evening services ol
Sholom last week.
Rabbi Leon Kronish consecrated
the following officers and board
members:
Board of directors Jack A. Ab-
bott. James M. Albeit, Morris
|Alpert. Sidnaj l> An-ni. .Joseph L.
lArkin, Zacharj l Bailey, Harrj
i Blumin. .1 A Cantor, Max V
en, Harry Dinnerstein, Dr
Meyer E | matz, I eon ,1 Ell. Jacob
shman, Isadora Hecht, Jr. I
Kamen. Irving l! Kaplan, Tom C.
Kravit/. I
ovitz, !! il Miller. Judge
Kenneth Oka. '.
Samu, I Orltt, Sol s Pine, Dr
aoder Robbins, Irvii R hman*
Dr. Norman Russ. Samuel Segal, jr.,
Abe Soloako and Benjamin Zim-
merman.
Honorary presidents She
Broad and Leon J. Kll: honorary
trusteesGeorge Cohen, I ('.
Greenberg. Harry Kohn. Charles S,
Tobin, Simon Wolff, Abe Zinna
mon; Ex-officio: Mrs. Harry A.
Lack. Mrs. Sol S. Fine and Albert
L. Rosen.
SAMUEL SERLIN
N me 1
H ,
i and I- .i .11,.
, r
hildi n > es wen I ne I,
with burial in Ml S
MRS. BELLA SLATER
I I I

I burial were In B Itti
1 M. in... ill

iv -
" ;

MRS. IDA COHAN
' iQori dr died Mt
M-i'i:.L- in Weal Palm Beach.
ime here :', veara ago from New
I Cltj and u i- a member of Ha-
daasah, Cardiac Home and Jewish
i Ion r... the Aged. Survh Ii .
nd, Mack; two tons, William and
Harold r da ighti r, Mri Badle Olack-
man t h..... bi three slaters < nd
six grandchildren Services were May
Newman-fin Ion Puneral Home,
ith bui ini In Mi. Ni tary.
MAX BERNSTEIN
72, of I i t '< died M i
Jlffv In
until his
a
utlve ..r the Am, rli an r Co He
came here II i survivltiR
wlf, i.iiii.oi. ,i b
alater Services and burial In
Bi ookls n.
PAUL HOWARD
7, of MHO W Ba< lie i..... dr "ho
rame here flva veara asm from E3m-
hurat, \ v.. ili.-l May IS. Ha a
Irani ownar. Surviving are his
wife, Katharine a ard; an i
Joy. Ben Ices were M i) 24
In Riverside-Beach Memorial fhapel,
Normandy

MISS CEC.LIA

FRIEDMAN
:


-
MRS. SARAH MOSES
I
Wom-
en and Bronx H<
both of Ml
daughter and slatei Bi n I snd
, in New Fork.
WILLIAM KOSCHEL
5S, of 1585 i"i.iii' :r.....led May 27,

here eight vi from Ni
Purvlvors In loan: -,
son, Mui
Laufer; one slater and one brother
s w are Ms v 2fl In i' i
Bi Memorls
. with bui ill In Ml Ni !" Ceme-
WILLIAM KENNEY
77, '.' 'mi s\v loth si a..... May IS.
He was :i retired ateel conatructlon
worker, formerly of Brooklyn, he
h-rn 42 years aE" ami Is survived
by two sons. l-ivvrcnii- anil Prank,
and four grandchildren. Services
May :Ti ni Riverside-Beach
. !. nastier .t.. with burial In
Woodlawn Park.
JACK WOLF
58, of 53 rolllns ave., Miami nnach.
l .(" :iv here Wednesday. M ly 23.
Newman-Oordan vSineral limn,, waa
in charg* "f nrrangementa.
MRS. IDA MARGOLIRH
74, passed away May IS Bhe rame
go from New v nd
lived ;' 1217 Euclid ave. sin- la Sur-
vived by two sona, Including Qi
Martin, North Miami Baa i icii-
ter, Mrs, Miriam Cole, Miami B,
and n brother. Services and burial
were In Hew York, with Rlveralde-
Memorl il Chapel, Washington
;u.'. in charge of local arrangements.
!
MRS. YETTA OLSWANG
, dl< a May
II
M R.
fSch
Ke.
Joseph Rubin.
"' Milton Smith,
J*>. Altred Stone. Wil-
""an. Joseph
Tlianott.
Swimmer,
Sidney Teller.
kin. Ira Walsey, Sam
rles Yavers and
P- Vunes.
^' was included in
idents advisory com-
'ncludea Irving Cy-
fertnan Mechlowitx and
MRS. EVA POLLACK
Mav 27.
i. from
Ann 1 m
\l
h

MRS. ELIZABETH P. WISE
'
- v
Cincinnati, O
bv her husband. Hn i
Uordi I' .i li
MRS. ROSE KAY
h ,.,| I,, fi il !-
Bi ookb '. N v
Bi >klyn. with R
indj
Isle, In charge of *
MAX OLAN
: of 9 IS Pennsj l\ < Is sve n
, | men as nt, dli d May 25, He
MRS ANNA ROSENTHAL
ir ;. fl'ml Gil
nd and is survived bs her husband,
Harry, three sons and three daueh-
Allce 8, her, Mla-
n Beach Bel \ lees and Intel ment
in r- in Cleveland, with River
i<. u h Mi mortal 'hapel, W Lahli
if l.....il arrangements.
MORRIS KRIEGER
si died M iv 14.
t retired
i New V
r Beth Raph icl Vmg
' I
m and Irvi
Mrs Sadie I
Lynn; i\ grandchlldn n, two
i iw, Mr Pea
and i"n lal were n N, w V- k: with
i i Home in charge "f
nts.
SAMUEL KOWSKY
B2, "f 1542 Jeff, i [ay 21.
He was Bd manufaeturpr of
imlna hers six > ears
ago from B ooklyn. Hi by
Ids two son-. Including
1 h; two .1
Including Sadie, Miami Beach; and a
wi re M iv :'; In Rlv i -
aide-Beach Memorial I'hapei. Alton
i.i with burial in Mt. N'.-in, Cemetery.
Teen Aqers Will Attend Confab
Two hundred Jewish teen agers. | Camp Blue Star. Hendersonville.
including 50 from Greater Miami., N.C., from June 20 to 26, it was
will attend the annual District 5
Neli
lutter.
recognized last week when county wi wq8
trophy of Greater Miami l^^^li Beta Girls' club
s.nt-d to Linda Corn (center s*d nt jITJi ^^ ac
at Center'a Town Branch. Club^ai 9 sponSored
pliahed best record of more thar
by GMJCC throughout Dade
r ci6 season.
Israel Silver (right),
tvisox. looking
B'nai B'rith Youth convention at
Ten Graduate
From Oxford
Oxford school. 1204 54 West
ave.. conducted commencement
ceremonies in the Oxford audito-
rium this week. Ten candidates
for graduation were presented-to
director of the school Abraham M.
Cassel.
Joan Rosenberg, honor student
in the graduating class, delivered
one of the main addresses. Patri-
cia Lowe delivered the essay which tive
was one of the prize winners inthe;Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls.
announced by Mrs. Joseph Ber-
mann. chairman of the Greater
Miami board of directors of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
Featured this year will be a
one-day Institute of Judaism on
the Sabbath of the convention,
which will have as its theme
"JudaismThe Way to a Fulfill-
ment of the Purpose of life."
Seminars related to this theme
will focus on the Bible, Talmud,
Siddur, Torah, Customs, Ceremo-
nials and Holidays.
The Florida delegation to the
convention will be led by Ross
Sandier and Joan Siegel, respec-
presidents of Aleph Zadik
Both
pliahed best record of more than community service
y GMJCC throughout Dade in held is Town
work during 1955-56 s^;^^/^ Esther Tilchin,
Branch supervisor
activities
contest recently conducted in all
county schools. Richard Crimi
spoke on "The Power of Educa-
tion."
This is Oxford's second annual
commencement event. In its first
year, the school graduated one
high school student.
reside in Miami.
Weekly Games Party
Miami Beach chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its weekly
menorah games party Wednesday
noon at the International hotel.
Mrs. Max Davis is president. Chair-
man is Mrs. Morris Frank,
youth
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J^jcxr OAVID KAPLAN
S7UAKT PIMMAN
IKWIN IICKIR
David Kaplan Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
David, *">n of Mr. and Mrs.
'Sidney K.-mian. 3895 NW 2nd ter..
Miami, will become Bar Mitzvah
idurinj; Sabbath morning services
JtUM 9. of Beth David Conajrfjga>
lion
Babbi Yaakov Rosonl>erg will
officiate, with Cantor William W.
I.ip-on rendering the musical por-
Uon "f the liturgy,
Mr and Mr* Kaplan will be
DOltl at Kiddu>h on Sabbath morn-
Ing
David i- ;m eighth trade student
;'. Klnlodl Park .Junior High and
is in the adtOOl b;in>l He hai been
attending Beth David raUgioua
achool for the bmkbI eight jraan and
li in the Talli and Tefilin club.
Out-of-town guaata will include
Mr ai 'I Mr Barn Kaplan, Brook-
lyn, \v. graadparanta; Mrs.
Frank KelOUI, South Ha.Hey Falls.
Mass., aunt; and Mr- Samuel
Weber, aunt, lira m. k. Bock, Ivan
Bock ami Dana Bock, all (roan
Atlanta, Ga
Out-of-Towners
Will Fete Irwin
Irwin Becker will become Bar
Mittvah Saturday morning. June 9,
at Flagler-C.ranada Jewish Com-
munity Center. Rabbi Leo Heim
will officiate.
Irwin is the MB] of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Becker. Miami Springs.
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Fraidlin. Hialeah.
The Becker's will be hosts atj
Kidduak following the Saturday I
services. Sunday evening a dinner'
will be held at Lincoln Manor tor.
immediate family
Irwin is an eighth grade student
at Miami Springs Junior High.
where his mother has just been
elected president of the IT A. He
is a member of the school band.
The Bar Mitzvah attended religi-
ous school for three years at
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center and one year at Flagler-
Granada.
Out-of-town guests will include
his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Goodwin Abramson, and cousin
Sherry Ann. Tampa; uncle. Joseph
C. Fraidlin. and cousin Janet Sue.
Winchester. Ind.; Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Mendelson, Cleveland, O.;
and Mr. and Mrs. David Becker.
Rochester. NY.
Beth El Academy
Tuesday evening, June 12. Beth
El Academy will hold closing exer-
cises marking the end of its fourth
year. The program, in which pu-
pils will participate, is scheduled
for the main synagogue, 500 SW
17th ave.
Highlight of the evening will be
the cap and gown graduation of the
kindergarten class directed by Mrs.
George Saft. Pupils of each grade
will then be presented in a varied
Hebrew-English program. First
grade children will portray the
story of "A Lonesome Cowboy."
The Hebrew portion for this grade
will be entitled "Torah Time Has
Come."
Students of the kindergarten,
second *md fourth grades will pre-
sent a play entitled "Miss Bright
Takes Her Children to Mother
Goose Island." Also scheduled are
a skit. "School Daze." third and
fourth grades, presenting liturgical
prayers.
Program Is directed by Mrs. Ann
Guttridge. Mrs. Rosemary Guard.
Mrs. Rochelle Ross. Mrs. Ethel Saft
Ends Fourth
and Mrs Rulh ,,
Sw.rsky win deljver I
'Cupid's Bm"jjjf
June and romance win I
theme a. Fl^ler-Gran*
mty Center Saturday
when a "Cupid's Bean
be held.
Hialeah
120 Acres
Near Graham Dairy
$750 par acre
29% Dawn
Call CARL PFEIFFER, Realtor
TODAY
4642 W. Flogler St.
Phone 83-6038
Good Acreage
127' on Canal
150' on Railroad
4C Duplex Zoned
60' Corner R-l J
325' en U.S. 27, 2 kWtb
Oaf- bay. 3200 H. ^
M|. Socril.ce.
CALL ADAMS
HIALEAH REALT
TU 8-3003
Hebrew Free Loan Group
In Final Meeting of Season
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Assn. held its final member-
ship meeting Monday evening at
the Town Rranch of the Communi-
ty Center
Comprehensive reftort of activi-
ties aaaa given by president Isidore
Schwartz.
Kabbi Simon April, of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
discussed the aims of the Hebrew
Free Loan. Cantor Berele Kelemer W,TH C00WI U0,IS *%
rendered liturgical selections. ***** *!* lZ?'?n
__ ________raam wHfc private both, 3 clotets.
Strictly kosher. Bus at door. S.W.
soction. For information write Mrs.
$.. lax 2973, Miami IS, er call
12-5*36.
HAVE HOME TO SHARE
NORTH FLORIDA A(
400 ACRES
Frontage on three pivtj ;
Very close to good town.
ere. Terms
1,900 ACRE
U.S. Highw.i, tr'u t
graded roxi Hundrtdj
pasture with bXar.ce en
WiStr Un- A I fenced.
for farming, also hai l.
Otherw.tr du t> locit'M i
cily I. ts of good city,
ere. Terms
1,950 ACRES
ConsideriMe timber and nwj
pine. Divided by county
uled for oav.ng Price $*) ad
MANY OTHERS TO SELEf
Phyllis Dee, daughter of Dr.
and Mis. Herman Mechlowitz.
will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah
at Temple Emanu-El Saturday,
June 9. Rabbi Irvinq Lehrman
will officiate. Phyllis is an j
eighth grade student at Nau- j
t;lus Junior High and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Reception Honors
Stuart Pcr.rr.an
Stuart David IVrlman will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morninn aervicea, Juna !. of Za-
nora Jawiab (enter. Rab!>i B.
Leon Hurwitz will offir-iate
Stuart i>. the son of Mr. and
Hra. Irving Perlman. 511 SW 39th
ct who will honor their son at a
reception and dinner Sunday eve-
ning in the Alpine room ot the
Lucerne hotel.
stuart's ajrandparanta, aunts and
uncles, all from Brooklyn and Long
Island. N.Y., will arm.' here to
participate in the occasion.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
trader at Kinloch Park Junior
High lit- ha-- attended Zamora re-
ligious achool lor the pat two
years.

Lock Look
20 ACRES
Jott off US. No. 1. A aoo*1 deal at
$1,750 per acre, terms
20 ACRES
Old Groye.in the Control Redlands
Only $1,500 per acre
40 ACRES
Corner Redlond Rd. and Hainlin Dr.,
high land. Only $1,850 per acre, terms.
25 ACRES
Hainlin Dr. beautiful pin* land. Good
location. $1,150 per acre, terms.
CALL MO 7-2503
JANES
REALTY COMPANY, INC.
ON U.S. 1 at KENDALL. South of Miami
Big Event Staled
West Miami B'nai B'rith wom-
en'a club will hold its first hij
event Saturday. June 16, at the
Surfcomber hotel.
DPhiE Assn. Meets Here
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn.
of Delta Phi Ep.silon sorority met
Monday evening at the home of
Mrs Joseph Shopiro, 1520 West
ave
SOUND INVESTMENT
115 ACRES IN HEART Of NEW
INDUSTRIAL AREA, WEST OF AIRPORT
13' iquore foot
FRANKLIN CRAVER, Broker
Phone NE 4-7364
RIVER FRONTAGE
360' ON MIAMI RIVER by 3M' deep
Surrounded by ornomentol mOMnry
walls. Planned by wealthy yacht own
er far home and yoeht hasin. Death
intervened, located just East of N.W.
17th Ave. Rridae an N.W. So. River
Drive.
W. H. LEE l COMPANY
REALTORS
Ph. 82-7122
12,000 Acres
TO IE SOLD IN 10 ACRE TRACTS OR
MORE. South side Tamtam! Trail, Dade
and Collier County, from $65 to $100
er aero. large and Small Tracts
Throughout the State.
H. I. HEATH
Registered Broker
84-3475
SUNDAYS and EVENINGS CALL
NE 4-5713 Or 898032
To Serve You is
Our Pleasure
Ed. J. Vischi
Real Estate in All
its Branches
1241* N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phone 14-4661
0PA-L0CKA
INDUSTRIAL 235' FRONTAGE
RR Siding CBS Building. $25,000
with only $6,000 Down. Excellent
Tarmt.
Calf WILLIE ABRAMSKY
Ml 6-5712 FR 3-1901
RAYMOND C. ASMAR. Realtor
ALMOST iVFrV
Estate Home
Near New South Dade Center
3 Redroom, 2' 1 laths, 2 Cor Garoae,
Haft Enclosed Pool, Patio, Separate
Dlrtinf Room.
DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor
7210 RED ROAD PH. MO 7-2561
SUBURBAN 90 AC
About ? -t on pivaJl
mi 's from C.nnesviHc.
acre. Terms.
LAND SPECIALIS
HENDERSON &
B B O K E P. 81
18 N.W. 2nd STUB
PH. It 28181
GAINESVILLE, FIOM
KEEN-L0VELL REAL ESTATE
DIALING IN ALL TY'li Of
ACREAGE IN SOUTH DADE
16821 S. Federal Highway
PHONE tl 7-901S
New Stores
Priced at 5 Times Income
Secure Leases
Proven Income from
$10,000 up
DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor
HOMESTEAD 10 ACRES
PINELAND- $1100 Per Acre
HOMESTEAD IS HURTING lor
HOUSES. Term*. We have oth-
r Acreage all over the State
of Florida. SNYDER. Broker.
, 89-9914 Evening. MU 1-5510.
7210 RfD ROAD
ML MO 7-2Set
BREYARJ
COUNT1
R. C. BUI
116 Willard!
Cocoa, Fli
SPICIAUM
BRIVARD CM
PROMT!
Wf havi urn*** I
WANT, Mf!
> Road Fronteje
a Ocean Froa**!*
e Busin*U M*
o lnesta*i'
e Ctnr
-v--^^v^-w-^--v--v--v^v-*v-
MAINTENANCE, Incorporate
$A5H ana* SCUM StRMt
AUIN I. PARRISH. Manogtr
3427 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone FR 3-5491
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8, 1956
rs
ft fin
';

|lo right arc graduatea ,of Town Branch
ery School, Group I, of Greater Miami
Community Center: Robert Idels,
I Reiter, Richard Maxwell, Mark Lom-
askin. Rhode Cillery, head teacher Bettv
Yanow,,,. Sandy Wo.fe and Irv.gS^
H
V
liates o! Flagler-Granada Jewish Corn-
Center Nursery School, affiliate of
rter Miami Jewish Community Center,
Deft to riqhti Morris Kessler, Barry Sed-
hk, Sharon Marks, Rod Rosenthal, Mrs. N
Tudor, head teacher, Maddy Goldenberg,
Lynn Jaffe, Herbert Solomon, Mark Winder
and Charles Rosenbach.
Southeast Region
Of ZOA Schedules
Meeting in Atlanta
Snrinc '"ooiinu of the Southeast
region. Zionist Organization of
America, administrative commit
will take place at the Mavfair
country club in Atlanta, On.. Sun-
day, according to Harry Jaffe. of
Birmingham. Ala.
Session* wffl start at 10 a.m
nuriny which time committees will
report their activities for the year
I.uneheon ha, been planned at the
Mayfair at 1 p.m., when Mortimer
May. of Nashville. Tenn.. national
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will discuss deci-
sions made at the World ZionM
; Congress recently held in Jerusa-
lem. May led the ZOA delegation
at the 24th Congress.
On Saturday night. June 9. the
Atlanta Zionist District will be
h-t to a reception in honor of
visiting delegates from the South-
east region, which includes Flori-
da, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi,
Tennessee and the Carolinas.
Attending from South Florida
will he Seymour B. Liebman, pres-
ident of the Southea-t region, Mor-
ris Simon, Herbert R. Linick. Max
Friedson, David Goodwin. A. Ar-
thur Pekelner. Abe Schafer, Saul
Genet, Archie Goodwin. Sheldon'
Lelchuk, Isidore Kramer of Holly-
Wood, Frank Bayer of F'alm Beach'
and Gil Rappaport. director of the
Southeast region.
Page IIP
Stand Up and Be Counted
IN THIS HOUR OF CRISIS FOR ISRAEL
invest in .. .
IRBAEL no\ns
Call Mayshie-JE 8-4969
Unlimited Funds
for
Top Grade
Industrial and
Commercial
Mortgage Loans
R. K. COOPER, INC.
2733 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Phone HI 4-4611
II graduates of Greater Miami Jewish
unity Center Town Branch Nursery
are (left to right) Donald Rosenthal,
Davidson, Joy Gottlieb, Nancy
Rayvis Will be Speaker
At the weekly luncheon meeting
of Miami Beach B'nai BYith !
Tue> H;iviil Rayvis will be guest >pe;ik-
er. Rayvis i- state chairman of the
Anti-Defamation League for the
Slate n| Florida and ADL chairman
for Sholem loduc.
1' 2 Acres in Da vie
High and Dry. on Cherry Road.
Quarter of mile south of Griffin
Road. (Watch for sign.) 29. Cash.
Balance EZ.____________
10 Acres on Bovvers Road
'A. mile south of Griffin Road.
(Watch for sign.) Half Cash. Bal-
ance EZ.___________________
10 Acres Near
Hollywood Blvd. .
$400 per Acre. Half cash.
1500 Acres on
Hollywood Blvd.
$500 per Acre 29*. cash.
150 Acres Blvd. &
Pembroke Road Frontage
29*. cash
20 Acres or Less
Point Everglades
_____lndus:rial
Phone Key Howell
Hollywood 3-2733 Evenings
GLENN MITCHELL, Realtor
2422 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
Ph. 2-8296. Hollywood, Fla.
Sen
Feldman, David Gillery, Leslie Winston,
Barbara Zimmett, head teacher, Morris Fish-
man, Amy Greenfeld, James Pickar, Shara
Pavlow, Laurie Siden and Jay Schaefier.
Children In Spring Festival
nursery tchoola of the i
imi Jewish Community,
entcd ;, i .iduation and [
stival Wedl i -'lay.
nur-u\ hooli at the!
anch and I ^ler-Granada |
I of the fe.^ti
1 '"tier Lands
in the : of a drama-,
e ctumes,
and custom of peo-
Program at the Beach Branch
was entitled "Songa We Like to
Sing." Children graduating in the
three school- are:
Beach Branch Deborrah '
Arafe. Michael Lux. Jeffrey D.
Robinson and Bruce Alan Sawyer
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Morrfa Kessler, Barry Sedlik. Shar-
on Marks, Hod Rosenthal, Madd)
Goldenberg, Lynn Jaffe, Herbert
Solomon. Mark Winder and I h
Rosenbach.
Town Branch Group 1Robert
Idels. Steve Reiter. Richard Max-
well. Mark Lomaskin. Betty Yanow-1
itz. Sandy Wolfe and Irving Silver- I
man.
Town Branch Group IIDonald
Rosenthal Jonathan Davidson. Jay-
Gottlieb, Nancy Feldman, David
Gillery, Leslie Winston, Morris
Fishman, Amy Greenfeld, James
Pickar, shara Pavlov, Laurie Siden
and Jay Schaeffer.
For Your Real Estate, Insurance and
Mortgage Requirements:
Janes Realty Company, Inc.
We Cover Florida .. Peninsula of Health and Wealth
For PROMPT and RELIABLE Service
f f i c e s :
9810 S. Dixie Highway. Kendall, Florida, PhoneMiami MOhawk 7-2503
Sylvan Shores Hotel. Mt. Dora, Florida. Phone 2-4041
50 10th Street. West, Bradenton, Florida, Phone 2-6951
frathiate At Whitefleld
High School
i ilorful cere-
day.
: from senior hiph
Jill M. Brothers.
I- Kat/ Victor H. Klein
h Schneider, Edward
Michael L. Solloway
fThal
lB Bialolenki and Philip
w graduated from the
1 school division.
'1Io"|> president of the
introduced Edward
People Know
l*e lime to Buy"
**k from a brief eeco-
? tall, for BIACt
j '?, homr-i, basiaesf
fprepertiei conn and
l*PlfSED how lmmil J
V5*rw '?ke MW *"+
* I'kerol terms wt cm
Al ISTATI
ffil "V?- '* n~)
!iHi 4-1 29 3
Schwartz, who delivered the vale
dietary. Farewell address was
1 given by Andre S. Bialolenki. prin-
cipal.
6505 SW 92nd St.
at Felix Parkway
_10VIU_MOMt ON I14 AWES
spacious bedrooms with sepqrote
2 Cor Goroge with Complete Both
that wet. Id make a lovely guest
hoose. MANGO GROVI one" many
ther FRU'T TREES. lush londscao
in,. NEAR NEW DA0E JEWISH
CENTER. Mast be eer to be appre-
ciated. Open from 15 Saturday and
Sunday, Jane 9th and 10th.
TOWN & COUNTRY REALTY
108 Giralde Corel Gablas
Phone HI 6-1618
R. H. Shaddick
REALTOR
SALES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
MORTGAGE LOANS
98 GIRAIDA AVENUE
Shaddick Building
CORAL GABIES
Ph. Highland 8 2591
FT. MYERS AREA
5 MILES CHARLOTTE BAY FRONTAGE
10.800 ACRES Price $1,350,000
Good Terms
A. E. & R. F. Raidle Real Estate
232 S. County Rd., Palm Beach Ph. TEmple 3-4549
Specialh
~v^vvv
FjjOj*
August bp.os RYt
izffeLl
Jists since 1924 in
choice real estate in
Tropical Southwest Florida
large Acreage, Waterfront, Islands,
Highway Frontage, Business
Opportunities
JEFFC0TT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 tIRST ST., EORT MYERS FLORIDA
Phone Edison 5-4421
2-4'2 ACRE PIECES
High and cleared, on paved road
$2 250 eoch. Near St. luce Canal and
State Highwoy 7*.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
,3030 N.W. 7,h"Tv." MU M440
OCEANFRONT $49.50 FT.
9,000 Ft. of beautiful sand beach, depth up to 3,400 Ft. to river. Both
tides A-l-A. 8 miles south New Smyrna Beach. Price $49.50 per Ft.
Also 1,320 Ft. Titusville Beach, 2,600 Ft. in depth, 2 sides A-l-A. All
high and dry. Last available tract near Guided Missile Base. Price $110 Ft.
JOHN DEEGAN
7625 Blscayne Blvd. Phone 84-4806
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE. M.A.i
MARION C. McCUNE, MA.l,
151 N.E THIRD STREET
MIAMI
Established I'M



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_ Friday
GLOBAL SHORTS
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
CASABLANCA (JTA) Ten Jews were kidnapped in Fnstorn
Morocco within a 48 hour period in a resurgence of activity by the un-
derground "Moroccan Liberation Army" that ha> left a number of
people dead and has taken 15 persons prisoner, it was reported here.
Six Jews were abducted in Oujda. five from their shops and one from
hit home The other kidnapped Jews were taken in the Fez area One
lew. identified as Aziza, a grocer, has already been freed
ISTANBUL The Turkish Government has embarked on a
get tough with Egypt" campaign while three prominent Turkish news-
papermen, just back from Israel, started aarlea of articles in their
newspaper^ pnusing what they saw in the Jewish State The campaign
dgainst Egypt was launched with a broadcast over the government
controlled Ankara Radio charging Egypt with creating discord in the
Middle Fast and with serving Communist ends "The Egyptian leaders
behavinj like the last adherents of an imperialism which is going
OUl of fashion," the Turkish broadcast said.
lamora Jewish Center Joins United Synagogue
Zamora Jewish Center. Coral
Gables, is among ten new congre-
gations elected to membership in
the tinted Synagogue of America
at the May meeting of the organi-
zation's executive council, it was
reported by Dr. Milton Nevins.
chairman of the committee on af-
filiations.
Since the beginning of the cur
cone
[rent yPar, ^
admitted ,nt0 lhf*
jogue hnn ^
throughout, he lniled;
Canada.
CASABLANCA i.ITAlThe first three Jewish doctors have been
inducted into the new Moroccan Army, it was revealed here The Jews,
, lumen In lt from among doctors with less than five years of practice,
were all given the rank of lieutenant They will be part of a group
which will make up the Moroccan Army Medical Corps.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
LONDON (JTA) The Israel-Arab dispute and the Middle Fast
security situation were discussed by Generalissimo Franco and King
Feisal of Iraq at a meeting in Madrid, the Times of Ixndon reported
last week from the Spanish capital Col Gamal Abdel Nasser. Egyptian
Premier, is expected to visit Madrid vnthin the year, the Times reported.
It noted th.it for some years now Gen. Franco, who believes that Spain
could serve R| a link between Islam and the West, has been assiduously
cultivating the Arab rttUf. Franco"l mruern with Communist influence
m the Arali states was heightened, the Times indicated, by Egypt's
plition of Communist China.
ROME [JTA) The Fifth Congress of Italian Jewish Communities
opened her.' with delegates from 23 different Italian Jewish communi-
participating. The congress is held every five years Sen UfO
delta Seta, one of the speakers at the opening session, called for stricter
adherence to thc.Italian constitutional guarantees of religious freedom
i"i minorities Dante LttbM, renowned Jewish scholar and vice presi-
dent of the Union, said that the greatest danger to the Jews today was
their ignorance Ol the moral and spiritual values of Judaism.
BRUSSELS iJTAlA demand for $20,000,000 as compensation for
families Of 21.000 Belgian Jews murdered in German concentration
camps will figure high in the list of demands to be made by the Belgian
Govornmont to the Bonn regime in connection with claims arising out
i the German occupation <>f this country The Belgian claims will be
umined in Bonn on June 19. together with similar claims put forward
b) the Netherlands. France and Italy.
FRANKFURT (JTA)The leniency shown by German courts on
(he rare occa-ion-. when Na/i crimes still come to trial is denounced
in a resolution adopted hy a regional conference of Social Democratic
women One ol the cases cited in the resolution is that of ex-Wehrmacht
i apitan Carl Kricdnch Noell and ex Sergeant Emil Zimber. the former
.i ichool teacher near Darmstadt, and the latter a postwar member of
the PTtiburfl police force They had been indicted for "participation in
murder becatlM the) ordered the slaughter of at least 250 Jews in a
\illage near Smolensk, during the German advance on Moscow in 1941.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
BUENOS AIRES (JTA>- The 1955 Stoliar literary prizes for the two
best books Ol the year were awarded here to Baruch Hager for his book
Ifalchut Hassidut" and Beirish Wcinstein for his "America" The
In irdi were established to commemorate the name of Mordecai Stoliar.
late founder' and editor id the Viddi-he ZeiUing largest Jewish daily
newspaper in Latin America.
BOSTON (JTA-The FBI and postal authorities have been asked
to investigate anti Semitic letters witH from California to Jewish com *
munit> (enters temples and other institutes in Boston and other cities
of the United state- it wet revealed here i>> Robert E. Segal, executive
director of the Jewish Community Council of this city The letters
ostensibly come from a Nisei (Japanese American! organization in Car
dena. Calif However. NiseJ spokesmen in that city deny that they come
from Japanese and believe that they are a "deliberate attempt to m
cense one minority group against another "
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (JTA) "Exclusive" social clubs have
become a powerful social force which "patternizes and perpetuates dis
crimination in business, education, housing and civic affairs." Henry E.
Schultz. chairman of the B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation league, told the
104th annual convention of B'nai B'rith District 1 here. Mr. Schultz
charged that "social separatism" practiced by country and luncheon
clubs has kept members of minority groups from the leadership coun-
cils of their community.
LATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (JTA>Plans to construct a railroad between Beersheba
and the phosphate mines of the deep Negev and an aerial railway for
the transportation of chemicals from the potash plant at Sodom to the
port of Eilath were placed before the Israel Government this week.
The plans were prepared by Compaigne Dunkerquise. a French con-
struction company has signed a contract to build a subway in Haifa
and has prepared a plan for a subway in Tel Aviv The plan calls for
completion of both Negev projects within two years.
JERUSALEM (JTA>Both the Israel Government and the Jewish
Agency have denied a report to the effect that a "secret Zionist" broad-
casting station beamed to the Soviet Union had been established. There
is no such station in existence. Dr. Nahum Goldmann. world president
of the Jewish Agency, said, and there are no plans to establish such a
facility. Dr Walter F.ytan. director general of the Israel Foreign Minis-
try, left here for a six-week tour of Eastern European countries. His
itinerary includes stops at Moscow, Prague. Budapest and Bucharest.
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