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leu&bAndian C-U-ln, THE JEWISH mm ^ — ^ wmaY 30 Number 24 Miami 1 Florida, Friday.~June 15. 1956~ Price 20* ?t^^lSTWj^||4aj^^ POUCY TALK Eban Meets in Conference With Dulles %  %  "" WASHINGTON Israel Ambassador Abba Eban conferred at great length here with Secretary of State John Poster Dulles <>n "a broad viewof r security, political and economic questions. He was accompanied '> Isra, 'l Minister Reuven ShilOaB who returned recently from consultations in Israel. Oil to Western diplomacy was The importance of Middle Bast Stressed h> Secretary Dulles Saturday m an address at Iowa State College. He said that the Middle East "produces the oil required for the industry of Western Europe and for the military establishment of NATO." He said that the estimate of expenditure for military aid and defense support for trese countries in the next year is in the neighborhood of S800.0O0.00O. It is believed he referred to the member countries of the Baghdad Pact. Strong anti-Egyptian and proIsrael sentiments were expressed by a number of members of Congress during the Foreign Aid Bill debate in the House which concluded last weekend. Egypt was denounced for ties which her Premier. Col. Nasser, is expanding with Communist countries. Israel was named among those of America's allies who deserve military aid from the United States. oL Ezer Weizmann, commander of Israel's jet lighter wing, linterviewed by Edward R. Murrow on a recent "See It Now" evision documentary in Israel. Nephew of the late Dr. l Weizmann, Israel's first president, he is in the United on a three-week tour for State of Israel Bonds and will at Waldman's Crown hotel in Miami Beach Sunday nung. WEIZMANN LOCAL VISITOR )l Wing Commander Will Appear at Bond Confab Here; Panel Slated on Beach Sunday UJA Passes $40 Million Mark; Worsening Condition Emphasized m.rmnc \! re ,hi TnT i^^ii* ltad 7 i from numerou >communities at the final session that inference campa.gn units from all parts of the country participated in the The mid year total of cash gave the UJA $32,250000 for its regular campaign in behalf of the United Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution* — Committee and New York AMI for New Americans, and S8.100.000 for its Special Survival Fund to make possible this year's resettle ment in Israel of the tens of thousands of Jews streaming into it from troubled North Africa. Despite this near-record mobilization of cash, the delegates gave endorsement to an extraordinary project for securing a second Eier Weizmann, fighter wing commander of the Israel Air S40.000.000 this to be borrowed :recently seen by millions of Americans on Edward R. Marrow's from the country's principal JewFIVE WORDS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE UN Studies Sham Middle East Peace Powers as Action Delayed By SAUL CARSON Staff Correspondent UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—A shaky and shaken Security Council I*.'!/! 0 Hevisio 1 n d ? cument J ,r y' n i s P* ak n Sunda y mornin K '-h communit.es The endorsement is undergoing an "agonizing reappraisal," and theTntire United Nations s crown hotel in behalf of State of Israel Development was given "to help the UJA keep diplomatic corps joins in that re-evaluation, as the aftermath to the pace with sharply rising humanii ast week's Council session at which "five little words" speaking of flying heroes. Col. Weizmann tarian needs in Israel and North pe ace were dropped at the insistence of Arab delegates backed powerAfrica." This endorsement came fully by the Soviet Union. after a report on the Jewish posiThe "five little words" had been so designated by the very man tion in North Africa which told of w ho had tried to get the Council* m a panel discus-> Today," beginning One of hi participate i on "Israi l:S0 a.m. Ddnk ,l Bi nis. Miami Herald affairu nter, and Richard Democratic nominee for %  Attorney, will be on the pani the nephew of the late Dr. Weiznunn, first President THREE ARRESTED Whie Fr:e.lberg, Labor Zioner, will tw honored at the for five years of disliihed er\ice Toughs Attack Yeshiva Boys CLEVELAND (JTA)—Two more young Yeshiva students here have been attacked by hooligans, bringfoTbnS *nd I !" th ,otal num ^ r of !" >\ c "] E*i Ve J hua Z -dlJ"le*tud.nts who have been beat ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ it of the Bialik branch of fj? and Mrs. Nathan (Ida) *n. Israel Bonds chairman Pioneer Women's Council, special committee which Friedberg. Sher. chairman of the Continued on P. SA "T" within past weeks "to three. The two students were attacked by three toughs, but police arrived on the scene before either of them could be seriously injured. Meanwhile, three hoodlums were arrested in connection with the first attack, on Isaac Gelbord. a Tolshe student from Australia, v.ho was beaten into unconsciousness. .lews being kidnapped for ransom, to endorse them—the head of the I the looting of Jewish shops and British delegation. Sir Pierson Dixthe sharp worsening of the Jewish „ n j n his resolution calling for economic lot. continuance of Secretary-General Moses A. Leavitt. executive vice Dag. Hammarskjold's "good of!chairman of the Joint Distribution fices" regarding the Middle East, Committee, who returned several Sir Pierson had asked the council days ago from visits to Morocco to put itself on record as being and Tunisia, told the delegates that "conscious" of the need for peace"while many of the Moslem leadful settlement of Middle East teners have expressed a concern for s j ons on a basis "mutually accepThose were US. Informed Red Warships Going to Egypt WASHINGTON (JTA >—Two Soviet-built Skori class destroyers are at sea on their way to Alexandria, jU.S. officials were informed here. the "five little words"—put into .The two destroyers, built in 1950, extreme merits." and irresponsible the Jews of North Africa are filled elejected to by the Arabs, finally !.stricken out when Arkady A. SoNo one questions the sincerity, bolev, head of the Kremlin's deleof the leaders in Morocco and Tu-'gation, said he would not vote for Continu.d on P.9. 4 A Continuod on Peg 3 A INTERNAL ROW WITH BEN^URIONJHAP^U^ Report Sharett Balks at Leaving Cabinet _.: ; ih n kfMi fppl that the Dartv I JERUSALEM ,JTA)-Strenuous effortetre bring made within the Mapai Party to Jd £j seems to be shaping up over Premier David B Gurion's insistence that Foreign Sharett quit his Cabinet port secretariat of the party. it was Minister Moahe and take over the learned here. All ANTI-JEWISH TERROR CONTINUES (error continued in Algeria Saturday. tian Navy. The transaction is part of the Communist-Egyptian arms deal. Naval authorities indentify the Skori class destroyers as a fast mine-laying type of 2.200 tons displacement. It is especially suited to blockade operations. The destroyers have four 5-inch guns, torpedo tubes, and anti-aircraft batteries. The ships were reported in the Mediterranean and are expected to dock in Alexandria before s in the Mapai feel that the party needs a' the end of (hjs week They came (l ras,.c administrative overhaul to bring ,t intohne %  h behind the government and help solve tne major domestic issues. Mr Sharett is pictured as refusing to accept tne job and as being upset by "machinations" which *have deeply involved him without his prior consent. The entire Israel press is giving great prominence Channel. LIGHT ARMS EMBARGO PARIS (JTA)—The French Cabi*o*r mtmui star tktad to reports about the conflict and net has decided to embargo all to the reported opinions of various shipments of light arms to the personages involved. All sources Middle East. The action came afPARIS (JTA)-AntiJewisn sv naeogue in the Algerian a g ree that a major party crisis may ter a report by Foreign Minister bomb was thrown into *"*-?££ J^th morning prayer be in the offing. jus. as the ^"*ff£T £ killed when the bomb Mrs G olda My city of Bone ,—. — — ^Mkm. One of the ^JSS^^'iiSS^^^ t0 reP rt exploded. There were additional Jew i.-n view. received here Wednesday. Myerson, one of the Continued on Page 6 A Christian Pineau. It was uncertain here whether this embargo would pertain to Israel.



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Page 2 A +Jewish flcrkHan 15. Federation Annual Meeting Hails Leadership %  Greets Kane '•Creator Miami stands on the threshold Of great ;uln< vcmmt The hour," declared H<'iman. "The untotal Jewish community shall determine the m..i-iuc to which that precedent <> %  outpouring Ol tenpromise is to be fulfilled." said Stanley C. Myers, outgoing president eroaUy helped to. meet Israel's of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at Fed) 18th annual desperate immigration crisis in her dinner meeting Wednesday evening. most critical hour of survival, and Addressing an overflow audience of 35u Federation member pro vid ed funds for 4B national campaign workers and leaders oi asjeaeai an local institutions the Jewish community at the jng He welcomed the newly elect ami the United Jewish Appeal," he Seville" hotel, Myers traced the 0 ,i officers ot Federation and e\ Hid strides of Federation since its in tended a special note ol thanks to Heiman was the recipient of a ception in 1938, hut warned "that those serving with Federation's specially-designed gold illuminated expanded agencies, augmented hoard of governors, executive com citation in recognition of his "dis-, services of every kind and larger mittcc. trustees and scores of tinguished service" as chairman of sums in the annual Combined working committees which functhe last two Combined Jewish Ap-, Combined Jewish Appeal ramt WB ed tbsmiahout the yew. p ca i dn ^m patens will he required to ke. P QJJ^ enjumao S*m J. IlemUn Hciraen ssutounccd he pace with the phenomenal anaounoed" tisst an all-time record'h4orj f J MORTGAGES $500,000 Private CHAS. finding improved ways of ning and working together. Myers received a standing ovation following his address in which he expressed confidence in the community's future with jrosmg and alert leadership at the helm. Paying tribute to incoming president Howard Kane, he urged "the manv thousands of Federation Staff Members Hold Orientation For Community Center Group Program Over 65 stamm members partici at the FlaglerGranada Center are pated in the day camp counselor Harry Shamis. camp director..Mar-| training program sponsored by the vin Schneider, head counselor. f members to lend the new president Greater Miami Jewish Community William Griffin, waterfront super-, full support in the coming year Center beginning Monday and endvisori and general counselors Ivan; Myers completed four terms as ing Friday, it was announced hy Marleaux. Frank Talmadge. Linda. Ii ider "i the major Jewish agency Kmanuel Tropp. assistant director. Mehler. Alfred Mamlet, Howard, from 138 to 1941 and the yean Tins traditional orientation week Rice. "Richard Evans, Bart Mid1998 and 1956 A life site oil nortor camp counselors was contrait of Myen was presented to ducted at four different locations Federation bj Jacob Sher, %  for throughout Hade county, where president, "in recognition ot GMJCC conducts a da) camp prethe founder-president \.ist vision gram that will serve over 500 chiland leadership qualities m the past dren for an eight-week period this participantare Leonard Ro m ney, j 18 years." coming summer season. camp director, Yvette Cole, head, For Ins "energetic direction of Over 400 boys and girls have counselor, and waterfront super-1 the Emergenc) Survival Fund Proalready been enrolled to start this visor, and general counselors Beth, wood. Arnold Levy, Barbara Zim-, mett. Barbara Hacker, Barbara Levy, Harriet Solloway. Barbara Wolfsnn and Jane Thurman. North Dade training program movie taken 18 years ago at the home of Myers, which then switched to the TJrmey hotel to catch historic shots of Myers, Baron ,de Hirscb Meyec, M.. J. Kopelowitz and others celebrating the first campaign to achieve its goal. KopeJawitft artetir-aA narrator and supplied" sidelights To the documentary movie. Principal address by Philip Bernstein^ executive director ofl the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, was concerned With the growth of Miami's Jewish community. The national welfare | leader reminded his audience "not l t •' Const Or 014 Pri ^RjB sftxfloe or Cents,,*, ** %  ** laaas en lit er 2ad %  limited InsurtiKj Hi Phone 9-3444 I \ORMU y nhen. Floretta Klinger and Natalie Jervis Joining in the training program Gopman, Howard Neu. Irwin Kish ner. Carl Sterling. David Brandt. I-awrence Fpstein, Harriet Silver man. Raela Blau. Marjorie Abrams and Sheila Epstein. Dr. Shmid Clinic A co-erdinoted system of Non Sornicol Trootaoints for Hit Restoration to Normal Fonctien of the PROSTATE GLAND 14S4 N.W. 36 St. Phone: Nf S-1852 -'WWV r^WN. !^ TERMITE \**iW CONTROL IMSPSCTrOMS SINCI loot I ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st and 2nd MORTGAGES THAT WILL NET YOU 8*. and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Mime Phone 9-3444. w'wv r-WWStand Up and Be Counted IN THIS HOUR Of CRISIS FOR ISRAEL invest in ISRAEL ItOMtS Call Mayshie-JE 8-4969 CALL OTTOTMI ORKIM MUM "Stc Tow CIMSJSH Mrectorjf lor Orkio OSke nttrtst Too" 'weHWeT OF m nOI Bo ntrl World's Urfott Post Control Co. 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FR 4 5437 ami < Soociolliiof in Car* to the Elsforly ond Chronically HI RIVERSIDE-BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL for a Perfect Tribute In Eeepfof with tlr rradhioni "f ttg* J.-*iii|i faith.RiversldoBeach Memorial %  CbVepel efers tervioea thai >'"" IM ,,e preaid <>f ;>i a |rityon >\u\ afford. W lirtlur rllic>.l>\. conaen-ativr. or re formrd services ;mdesired, Iii\ -1 -i'l'BVarh provide* ihc attention <•[ frir-n.lly. experienced, undertandio| -toff ami spacious 'iiapel*itli faeilitiee to mrrl every family n-ipiireim lit. U* Ier the peraotul Mi|rr\iion t>o.lic, Treinurer i RIVERSIDE-BEACH ^MEMORIAL CHAPtL Fl NERAL DIRECTORS MIAMI BEAE.II I2S0 Normandy DrlVa • IWSSOJ 5 '22 1234 a1iinnlan Avenue • /ffsrsa" 1830 Allots Roal • jEfferton 4-2100 MIAMI Waoi FUftlsr and 20ih A-assm • */' ••*> 24 IIOl'R AMRl'LAM E SERVICE Torn Bunt.. I'DRivaookle Mrtstorlol CkaP* 1 WL; 7hl. Si I Ani-I.r.1""^.



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friday. June 15. 1956 l^^Jhridia,, Wl Page 3 A l** ; 4 nation Claw of Tenfple Sinai Left to right (seated) are (larilyn Smith. Henry Hutch. Eddie Kay, R a bbi David piro, Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraum. Larry Stark Mike '.. Toby Roaenthal Top row are Eddie Lefkow. Richard *r+ 2S' Wye 7 T £££SStPft ^ Season. Karen Serin. Baron. P C m NeU Rama No Pictured is Robert Studies Sham Middle East Peace Powers as Action OelayeTbylirabCouD Nrt |„u.dfr.n,P^.lA f.r M Israel's i-t-~*. J^y uj HIQU VUU^ Continued from Paeas 1 A words. remainder of 8rr Pierson's olution went through and. u les Zionists fick Friedson %  Max Friedson has been elected Vjdoit of the Coral Gables Zionj District. %  Others named to office at a that xnt meeting arc Meyer Fine and ng Sperling, vice presidents; Confirmation at Hollywood Sinai Annual confirmation at Temple Sinai of Hollywood was held June 1. Rabbi David Shapiro consecrated confirmands and charged them with the theme "This is Your Heritage." Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun, with the senior and junior choirs of the Temple, rendered special selections for the occasion. Presentations were made by Dr. Clement Geronemus, president of the congregation; Harry Kaplan. chairman of the religious sathool hoard; Mrs. Nate Grumet, president of Sisterhood; and George Greenfield, president of the Men's club. Theme of the Confirmation seavice was "The Journey of Life." Confirmed were Marilyn Smith. Henry Hirsch. Eddie Kav. Larry Stark, Mike Abels, Toby Rosenthal, Eddie Lefkow, Richard Stoll. Toby Feibus. Marilyn Sorin, Gary Seligson, Karen Soriri, Dale Nye, Stephen Corn, Neil Ramo and Robert Baron. Confirmation class held a dinner dance on Saturday night. good resolution as it stands. The world wha he hid JM if ^ t b,e '" Was from e Russians trouble is as one Israeli source the rsjE L £dX% 0 ? T "£ Pierson had borrowed put it "that the resolution backed "peace mission" thi, 'hose -five little words"-and it %  way from a sound principle after near* .n ,h! L,~ 1 genuine was by the Russians that he was it had been phrased. Had Sir Pier SlTii th^rSS? future" !" '' 6 d Ub,e crossed The Russian son never put those words into his I Some diLmTufJS .h '. %  W an i ed to Continue courtin Arab draft in the first place, the Counat Ye !" the aTr has hLn !" ^ f^ 0I and M the Tim€s noted el's authorization of "good ofAll know .na? the CrJfnH. ^ ^ Were ^— ta %  ready as mZxsis ^ s uffident "*"V !" £ t^r'gruine e ver to *"* *-~ • %  1 L5£ kl "* bos > fter they peace moves. All are aware tha^ ances for a b "* and mean diplo, S rth a!T. ,ng ?S* re '" sUrrin? talks. Theatre Party Slated Stephen S. Wise group of Hadassah will hold a thetre party at the Roosevelt theatre Wednesday evening. June 20. Featured "Reclining Figure," starring Horowi'/. corresponding sec, Mrs Morris Simon, record" st pe ct ,s not lost But it is secretary M. C. Barfcin. treascertainly delayed. Mr. Hammarjer. and Meyer Fine, financial J skjold made it clear at a news conference after the Council session ftary Hoard of directors are Meyer tin. Moms Belgrade, Joseph sitz. Mrs Meyer Fine. Jacob bin. Dr. Philip Gottlieb, Rabbi [Leon Hunutz. [Abe Rarevitz. Louis Kaplan, Dr. K 11 z e n Mrs. Pauline Rkk. Rabbi Morton Malavsky, iMindlin. Morris Minoff. L B. Mrs. S. Sanders and Rabbi Skop. Moscow, of course, is not dependable — no matter what its spokesman say, as they did rethat he intends to use the prestige cently both at home and in Lonof his high office here in the didon. about the desirability of Midleader 7 ramies ni Beach division of United Ann, chapter here met lweek at the home of Laura J. 1760 James ave., to train i leader-, according to an anatement by Mrs. Israel Teitch, IPenns>li;mia ave. tttim, ~ FUBNISMiMS WITH CRYSTALS %  •' Pia aaa Riot tl. CASH AND CARRY PWWIS *-'•Pachai* ,-'•. P>ch.( JJ-'b. P.ck.g. Jt&L^Kkmim It is haraby auWicly announcod, in roferonce to irraspomibla rumon, that net ui any timo hava tha Oowretic Tanar Cantar PHILIP or Mrs. SYLVIA DRUMMER (who is a National Prass correspondent) relea s ed misreeTesentetive malarial to tha prass. Whomsoever is proven respomibla for those malicious rumors will bo •pprahended in du course and prosecuted. DAILY wwww*wwv PICK UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS We wish to announce • %  A* the opening of THE STERLING HOTEL for the summer season SUNDAY. JUNE 17th through the HIGH HOLIDAYS Reservations Now Being Accepted for this Period From S7.00 per Person Daily {Double Occupancy) including Breakfast and Dinner Add $1.00 Daily Per Person During July and August European Plan Available Cabanas Available June 17th September 15th $250 SEASON — $100 MONTH • l.M %2.2% Available at An £ NOUN Eitermmator 0' s jfw ..<. 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Page 4 A -k^Utfhrkfail Frida did so ofu the past. UJA Reveals $40 Mar* is Passed Continued from Pag* 1 A The loans are being sought] periods ranging up to five and will be repaid out of UNITiD NATIONS ROSTER "THi 0NIY WAY Wi'U HAVE HACl" nisi a when they say that the Jew%  ish minorities will receive the P** d fulure P 1 000 ^ same rights and privileges as the William Roscnwald, gf*"J rest of the population," Mr. Leavitt chairman of the UJA. ad declared. "These assurances, howthe conference Saturday ever, do not satisfy the Jews when clared that "North Africa i at the very same time no stop is ues to be the area of tew*" put to the looting of Jewish stores turmoil and of greatest; ei and the kidnapping for ransom of this due in part lo ^7". leading Jewish personalities." snd propaganda h,cn Jj*". Edward M. M. Warburg. UJA whipping up animosity tn i %  president who presided at the final North Africa. Mr. **" Marion, told the delegates that clared. "more Jews inai not since Hitlers attack upon the fore are asking lor neap Jews of Europe have so many Jews for Israel Bee inning • i been in danger and in need Of October, when the Egypw" help." He cited in particular "the deal was revealed, wv* danger of attack that faces Israel's Israel stepped up tn r people, including hundreds of migration from %  %  "*. thousands of refugees who fled annually. Mr. to Israel because they were facing attack elsewhere, and the tension in North Africa which has led thousands of Jews to ask for resettlement in the new State." The $40,000,000 loan project, which the delegates approved, is headed by Dewey D. Stone, of Brockton, as well as Morris W. Berinstein. of Syracuse, NY. Both prevail this summer in are national chairmen Of the UJA. even greater u rt ea ii *! tbm o fled annuaiiy. •• %  • .:. facing ed. "Actually h, .£* tension been proceed"* at the 50.000 annually, and la* it rose to a rate of 60.000 lv," he said. Israel Premier David Ben, Ion. in a cable to Uie confer, told the assembled Jewi* "1 that "the atmosphere oi P** Israel



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June IS, 1956 Mia Wing Commander Will ApDearaTionH^rk^ %  "7 *,. Z ZZ> Z r JSZZZ Bond Conf ^ %  Panel Slated Sunday ... „. m Israel's War ,.f i ^i ">seif native of israpl k-u^... „„,, rr m r -v• ~ nr. M .iann distinguished himself n-.i„ Bonds, said *; Workers for, duri w War u %  e Fo "wing his service ,. r u P^'med in May S fo In 1951, he went to England for the RAF Staff College! returning home to set uon of Am. ,ca and f """*• *,ead,n C con*•'WcSb^X S ££ I ? "* "* Sta 3 d C ~ of ,„, national board of cert halls, Including Town Hall te Md trainingKeteafC \ COam of the Israel Air Force < lhe Israel Bonds or-, and T.mes Hall. -. in ,h, Ar b l*£*** which he commanded for 18 "• '.L*Wtim i, i • ,,hr,-, • or UberSon! • SUbse(,u, "' •>! m,,n,h ; Since December, 1953. he Page 6 A pected to attend Sunday's meeting, Sher said. "This is the most important gathering so far in 'Security Month' and our community should have a hearty welcome for one of Israel's greatest heroes." Kh Kiwanis Give Sinai $1,090 for Dental Care to Needy .^aaVaW. m' aaVtt .... %  ai been commanding a fighter wing, including jet planes. More than 400 persons are ex 1 %  '• I amp. iblton L Wemki. and 8muel H. &£ %  Boy Scovt Receives Top Awards at Ceremony Here Bank of Eagfe scout and the were presented to Charles P.ver of iTroopaj }. ****, oJEZZ the troop s headquarters, the Manna m Normandy Isle. Scout Piver. 15 years old, is Junior Assistant Scoutmaster of I Troop 321 and is a member of the football squad of Miami Beach High School. He resides with his parents at 8851 Carlyle ave., Surfside. CROWN FENCE ngster Frances Waters, in dental chair.is given personal ration by Dr. J. Harold Klock (far left), ch'airman of departit of dentistry and oral surgery at Mount Sinai. Occasion 1,000 presented by Kiwanis club of Miami Beach for pasts' care at the new hospital dental clinic. Keeping Frances %  peny are Kiwanians Byron H. Williston (center) and card A. Wien. also vice president of Mount Sinai hospital right). r Kiwanis club of Miami has given a $1,000 check Sinai lm-pital to pay for care of children treated in %  pital'x new dental clinic. cbeck wa> presented to J. Lewis \ ice president and if Mt. Sinai, by Myron H. ias a personal representalayes Wood, Kiwanis club m. contribution was collected duhBig Brothers' Combaaded by Leonard A. i who iv also a vice president Don sec i. in. HI hospital and mn of the committee on holaotels an • ..|.;.rtments of the i hospital development Afeefing on Worth Shore Mrs, Allen Acker, newly elected president of North Shore Slaterhood, chaired a meeting Tuesday noon at the Center. • INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN LINK DOUBLE LOOP FENCING WOOD CONCRETE DIAMOND LAWN WIBE MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 IMon. as a member of the ""• Bit rothera" Commit %  n char-,' ..f the club cam110 support the dental clinic *t for indigent children 14 age and under, en hand for the presenta' the businesamen's check SCIENCE '* J Harold Klock. chair'he Mi Sinai department Btlstr >' and oral surgery; Dr. -| Thorpe member of the d ital staff; and Samuel ho|ui.i| executive diEquipment for the hospital dental clinic has been provided by the Rotary club of Miami Beach. All dental work is being done without charge by members of the Mt. Sinai hospital department of dentistry and oral surgery. Additional Kiwanians active on the dental project were George Okell, Jr.. Bill Sterling Michael M. Tobin and Bob Simons, board sponsor for tthe Big Brothers' Committee. Other members of the hospital dental department are listed by Max Orovitz, hospital president. as Doctors JasM RoldCfl Beck with, Jerome Berkc. Meyer Eggnatz, Frank Coret. Leonard H. Finn. Irving Gordon. J. 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Page 6 A • Jewisti fkrkJinri Friday. Ju^ J5 0 & % 0 fl Seven girls are Bas Mitzvah at B'nai Zion Congregation in Key West. Spiritual leader Rabbi Abraham Schwartz is shown with (left to right) Judy Yellin. Rhoda Shafmer. Sally Lewinsky. Anita Orling, Shelly Elias, Roberta Blatt and Sharon Grossman. Key West Congregation Has its First Confirmation as Seven Bas Mitzvah For tho fii—-t limp in the history of B'nai Zion Congregation at Key t, Fla seven girls were liimed and became Baa MHzvtJi at monk Sundaj Mas IS. Rabbi Abrafa un Schwartz, B'nai /1 n spiritual leader, officiated %  %  tion chi Inn in .'" seph Pearlman presented the u i r K with certificates of confirmation. Dental Fraternity Names Dr. Green Annual installation ol ofi i thi Upha Omega dental fraheld Sati) at the Eden Roc hotel Dr Robert Utowitx, regent, Inled the following officers: sident, Dr. II.TTV Green; presii it-elect. Dr. Alfred Augustine; etary, Dr. [rving Gordon; i easurer, Dr ESverett Blaaberg; ii. Dr. Harold Friedman Officers of the Auxiliarj la stalled b> Mra. George Graham: president, Mrs. Jack Landsberg; first vice president, Mrs. N red Augustine; second vice idem. Mr>. Seth Rhodes; corfponding secretary. Mrs Stanh'der; recording secretary. I. Morton Ziak; historian. Mrs Mai Tendrich; treasurer. Mrs. S muel Kohlenberg • president Dr Arthur Sokwas honored with a special I tor outstanding work m fraternity," and Mrs Edward %  gill as pa t of tl Auxllii These include Judy # Yellin. Rhoda Shaffner. Sallv Lewinsky. Anita Orlmu. Shelly Elias, Roln-rta Blatt and Sharon GiXMSmaB, Keynote address was delivered by Joseph Earlman, and Charles Aronovita greeted confirmands and Vile-' Aronovit/. president of Bnai Zion, is the brother of former Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz and father of Miami attorney and civic leader Sidney Aronovit/ Presenting confirmands with "!ut" Bibles Sophie I'earlman. presidrmt of the Ladies' Auxiliary Mrs. Rith Roltabergwai program chairman Also p.irticipatmc were Sunday school teachers Mrs Clara Iapschitz. Mrs. Ray Applerouth and Mrs. Mitzie Cohen. Two Named to Dade Posts of Florida Bar Announcement has been made of election of David P. Catsman as president and Harry Zukernick as member of the executive com! mittee and regional representative | for Dade county of the Real Property. Probate and Trust Section of 1 the Florida Bar. Catsman is a Miami Beach attorney, a director of Jewish Family Service and a member of the Miami Beach Housing Authority. 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And remember-here at the Seville— a luncheon for ten or a banquet for over a thousand can be served with the same gracious ease Seville Goldman Succeeds Matilda Ratner as Bureau President Sol Goldman, founder and publisher of The Jewish Record of St. Louis at the age of 21. and now local realtor, has been elected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Goldman is a former president of the Foreign Language Newspapers of St. Louis and former vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater St. Louis. He served as vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education here for the past six years, has been chairman of the Hebrew Teachers Board of License, is financial secretary of Temple Emanu El. a member of the hoard of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, comptroller of the Hebrew Academy and Jewish National Fund He lives at 2444 Flamingo pi. with his wife. Frieda, and daughter. Nan' Other officers elected for the coming year include honorary presidents Louis Heiman. Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Matilda if. Ratner; honorary vice presidents, Israel Shapoff. Harry Simonhoff, Joseph Duntov; vice presidents, Harold Thurman, Meyer A. Baskin. Harry Arthur Greenberg; secretary. Charles E. Gottlieb: treasurer. Ehiel Lesowoder; and executive director, Louis Schwartzman. Report Sharett Balks at Leaving Cabinet as Row Shaping With Guri rnlin,..^ #,-, D_ 1 A 1_ .. "U| Continued from Pay* 1 A three prominent candidates consid-'the party position has d f ered for the job. has indicated that departure for o nev lay *l she would not accept the job. un-l's scheduled to he-.ri „„ • "* i *n Israel i less drafted for it. A party com-'gation at a session mittee refused to consider transnational Labor Organ) ferring Levi Eshkol from his fiOne "compromis*" nance post. Mrs. Myerson. who has bruited about Mapai circi been suggested as a likely candithe formation of a "cniioJ l! date for the foreign affairs post reUriaf Meeting on Beach Slates Film, Review First monthly meeting of the head the party, new administration of Miami reianat consisting of MetJ Gunon. Sharett and SSI Mrs. Myerson. which ^ .W wty capacity u> *Z!i strong personality" m Z*\ Beach Bnai Brith lodge will be Card Party Monday held Wednesday evening at the! Miami chapter, Cto 0 r Algiers hotel. Lodge president is P ,ans a card party and | u George Kronengold. j Monday noon al the R, A movie. "Man on a Bus." will fi"?: 1 ?; 7 %  *"* %  ., L ", to an announcement this be shown. Also scheduled is a re-. Mrs. Sarah Sparr, preSL port on the book. "Cross Cur-' mittee includes the rents." to be given by Edwin MarRose Pertes, Fay ger. Gladys Weiss. 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June 15, 1956 Page 7 A Emanu-EI's PTA Marks Father's Day Icmnlf Kmanu.PI k„IJ u ..... J rempk Emanu-El held its annual Father's Day brunch under 0e niisnyes of th Teni D |„ s p ar ont-Teacher Assn. last Sunday. Commencing wnn a swrv.ce in the chapel conducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, the occasion was highlighted by an original produetion written and directed by Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. Stars of "Life With Father" were Jean Kaufman, Trudy Yunes. Sally Hankoff. Mildred Killman, Carol linger and Dena Feller. Along with Mrs. Eugene Troop, chairman, were designers and executors of the costumes, Mrs. Joel Newman, Mrs. Joseph Abelow and Mrs. Norman Ciller. ifjmation class of 1956 at Temple Zion ponding left to right) Joan Loss, Sandra V, Phillis Jacobowitz, Diana Brandt, Ruth Susan Helman, Adrienne Bach, Cordon and Rosalind Bowers. lit nna Seated are Rochelle Weiss Bnrnu. n ^ spiritual leader Rabbi AhEd W axma n T ** -.h Schackter and R.tale.t^^ilt tion exercises were held May 15. imer Symphony )s First Concert; ton Gould Due lymmrr i -<>n is almost the comn unity, and this ipop concert lime. rrvt.v nl Miami Summer fcony Onhc Ira will open the its serie* "f summer profur the -i\th consecutive n Sund,i> i vi ning. June 17, (Miami Beach auditorium. [fn Gould, internationally ned American composer and rtor. will I Mi>t on the Tap dance artist Danny will he soloist. Anticipator)' response to the concert, thestra will .i.'ain be led by ould on Sunday, June 24, Ir. Danu-1appearing for an%  ht 17 conrrrt will feature valier \\ iltzes by Richard ; L'Arle~i % % > Edward T. Xewnian funeral Director I ; 1333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEACH \ u



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Page 8 A ^ktaa Pftmm, Miami UF Graduate Gets High Awards Ihnry David Forer graduated with high honors last week from the University of Florida School Ol Business Administration, majoring in accounting. He WM swarded the inter-fratornit) citation as -outstanding fraternity graduate." The award is for outstanding service and I, adership to the l' of fraternity MI and for the graduate's own %  nitj l< adership and scholarship. 'i second In scholarin a class ol 1.100 with an ..II arsm* 1 of A.92., lie, a> also pre-MN Jeffereon are and Paul Kwitney, 423B Boyal Local Eye Man Head of Confab I>r S O. Schenider was gen,1 the National Optometric Congres's convening in Miami Beach the ireeh of June 10. Headquarters' hotel was the Seville, with the S;ms Souci. Sea Isle. Saxon) .ml < apri. Greater Miami optometriati on committees with l)r Schneider w.re Kolwrt C Garvin and Dr. Marshall Wright, steering: Dr. .lames l.oomis. reception; Dr. Donald F Conant and Dr. Emanuel 1'iishkin. advisory; Dr. John H. Keone. hospitality: and Dr. Agnes Sutton Austin, education. londa debating team dur.m • ,... w Business headquarters. Courshon on Committee 1 h v Weddings Unlimited performs He is also a member of the Pi „,| wrvices Evolved in arranging Eta Sigma, honorary scbolarshJp f or weddings. Bar Mitavahs. caterrnity. and pasl president ol ,,, ,,,,,,,., ,„,, „,„„,.„. ,,„„.,„,„,. Pi Lambda Phi. social fraternity. (llir m M MVM llme He ithe son ol Mr and Mrs ,,,,.,.,,. penae." Tumpaon I 2121 SU 24th BVC ,,„| Kwitl ,, .. ;in(| h ,. rl \ Beth Emeth Will Break Ground For New Building is no a•' s r A o n •h Emeth Congregation will hold official groundbreaking cercmoi day afternoon. June 17 on .ts recently purchased property ur;il | 11;i ;,. „[ the'lUy"Vogue School at 122nd st. and N\v 2ml aw* for „t Photography in Chicago. III.. the erection ,,( a new building. i Art institute of Chicago and ProThe program will be highlighted greaaive School of Color Photogn addrebj Rabbi l*hrman. ra p h> an affiliate of Yale Cm oi i.mpie Emanu-EI other gueata vtrahj In addition, he is a board will be Rabbi Abraham Herson, of | member ol the Multiple Sclerosis Tifereth Israel and Mayor Joe Ludii k of N Miami. The ground br eaking ceremony Will take | lacs on the second anthe filing of Beth • ii • charter. The past two i en l'.et h Emeth protroin meetings In private honeThe current got] ito ohthe H h Hoi) Days ... their' Slthrhmi Slates Affair ,IU "'"' ; I Sisterhood ol Tifentb Israel Future phUU for Beth Emeth North-ide (enter will hold a include I Sunday and Hebrew luncheon and swim party at the ol, nursery school and plays, ,r,hi "" Norman hotel Tuesday. ., ... June 1!. from 10 y.m to 3 p.m I. [here will also ixa varieAssn here and last year was awarded a trophy by the (ireater Miami Council ot Young Adults as outstanding young adult of Dade COSJBt) Kwitney is a faculty member at Temple Kmanu Fl and law # student at the University Ol Miami. t) 11 activities for youth group ii r aduitZionist District Election Slated Miami Zionist District will have annual election of officers Tueslight, June 19, at Koubak Can1> according to A. Arthur Fekel. lent <,t the district A film festival will feature the Southern premiere of the latest iilms made in Israel bj some of Hi Uywood'a top actors, A hour will follow the meeting. MHD YOU* VACATION IH THE MU£ KIDGt MOUNTAINS The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 1st AVENUE., W. NENOERSONVatE, N.C. 34th Season Fint Masher feeds, •reoard in the American Style by expert cooks. •Writs or phone 9206 for r< servo tieat. All rooms with private and connecting bath. Also meals serv cd to outside guests. 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Page 10 A +JenMnor*M9r ON THE SAtL CARSON — jnday. J Un 15, An Egyptian Newsman's Scoop Stunned UN Peace PI ar BooJ( reviewer Hilary Mimilin it i>>i iMicttion to\U>u in% w J ttpOTl on new kVOrtj r>\ m'lrJ writer TlKCi Tanner. GOD IN SEARCH OF MAN. A Philosophy of Judaism. By Abraham J. Hoschol. Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. Now York. 437 pp. $5.00. There should be a way to celebrate properly this book. The excitement that a milestone of scholarship inspires, the uplifting and certitude and full pleasure that a work of art which has wrestled truth, mastered it. and yielded it in a compelling vision of enormous revelance---these are things "God in Search of Man" win from the reader. When the first installment of this two-volume work was published. "Man is Not Alone," in 1951. Reinhold Niebuhr acclaimed its author "one of the treasures of mind and spirit who enriched our American culture." This estimate will be confirmed with the reading of each extraordinary page of this truly monumental work. Subtitled "A Philosophy of Judaism." "God in Search of Man" is without hyperbole a religious philosophy of and for our time. The depressing, wasteful confusions which have to our inestimable loss pit philosophy against religion, science and reason against faith, God against man, are herein dispelled with such remarkable clarity and penetration, and above all, persuasiveness, that only tbe obdurate can hereafter find comfort in these spurious opposites. The thoughtful reader will know that here the true perspective stands corrected on these ultimates of human existence and that a direction toward their understanding is remarkably revealed. This great work is in three parts: God. Revelation, Response. In opening the first section. Dr. Heschel perceptively defines the relative functions of philosophy, science, and reason, their instrumental value, their uniqueness, and limitations in bringing knowledge of the phenomena of the universe to man. He then divests religion of the cant and distortion it has suffered and he restores its overwhelming elemental meaning, its power to deal with radical self-understanding. with the primacy of the person in his concrete situation, with those ultimate issues on which we stake our existence. From his examination of the meaning oa* religious existence. Dr. Heschel approaches the central thesis: How do we understand ourselves in terms of Biblical thinking? The remainder of Part I informs what the Bible, the prime source of understanding the world "from the point of view of God." conceives God to be how we approach God. our reasons for believing in the realness of God. what God demands of man. his earthly proxy. Here too extend the avenues of the sublime, of the sense of wonder, awe and fear and reverence, which lead into the precinct of the Divine. How do we know these demands of God upon Man? The problem of Revelation as a super-rational means of communication is defined in Part II with sucb cogent insight that doubt must fall silent. Prophetic inspiration. God and history. Israel's concern with time not space, events not concepts are fused and focused in brilliant depth of understanding. How does man respond to these Divine demands communicated in sanctified time? Part III, epitomizing the Jewish response, unfolds the Bible's blueprint for fashioning God's righteous men. Through 'divinity in deeds" the Jew. indeed man, responds, through concrete action, through obedience to the pattern of law inspired by the intention of love he learns to live in the holy dimension. Sin and evil, the self and freedom are natural and organic within the Biblical view. Above all. Judaism stands the indestructible challenge to the sovereignty of any one value, the ego, the state, nature, or beauty. At the very time Dag Hammarskjold was in Israel on his famous Middle Kast "peace" mi* •JOB, the Israel Government was playing host to another visitor— the firt Egyptian newspaperman admitted to the country since the war of liberation. Twenty three year old Ibrahim Izzat. a correspondent for the Egyptian weekly "Rose El Youssef." spent 12 days in Israel, interviewing Jews and Arabs, military men and civilians, men and women in the street as well as men and women high in the government like Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett and Minister of Labor Golda Myersoh. What's more, Izzat's first-hand report on Israel received full treatment—a four-page "spread" one week—in the Egyptian magazine which, of course, had to pass official censorship. Stranger still, Izzat apparently received full blessing for his reportage from the highest man in Egypt's government. Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser himself. The effect here of Izzat's visit to Israel and of Egypt's official sanctioning of his report was electric. Two q u t s t i o n s were posed immediately: (A) Did Col. Nasser know that Izzat was visiting Israel before the news was published? (B) Did Mr. Hammarskjold know that Israel had allowed an Egyptian newspaperman to visit, interview, and leave with freedom to write as he wished? The second question is answered more easily. The secretary general is known for his careful practice of "quiet diplomacy." If Israel officials told bim of Izzat's visit, as an example of their willingness to reestablish direct contact with the Egyptians, the Ulf chief would be tbe last person to reveal such information. To the first question, as to Nasser's advance knowledge, one can only guess the answer. But whether Nasser knew in advance or not is less important thra the fact that, after Izzat's return from Israel, he gave a formal interview to Izzat and, furthermore, permitted "Rose el Youssef" to publish Izzat's reports. Everyone here felt that Israel's BORIS SMOLAR — Convention Time Shows Jewish Community in all its Facets The season of Jewish conventions is currently in full swing reflecting the many-sided activities of American Jewry The first to open the season were the Conservative rabbis. However, their convention pasted practically unnoticed since it had nothing new to say on the religious problems facing American Jewry today. The national B'nai B'rith convention, at which Secretary Dulles was a guest speaker, has evoked a much wider interest. So did the convention of the American Assn. for Jewish Education. The convention has shown that Jewish leaders are beginning to realize that without proper Jewish education the entire Jewish communal structure is built on sand. The greatest interest, however, was evoked by the national conference of Jewish communal workers. At this four-day parley the picture of Jewish life in this country was presented in full. For the PAY ID SXHWARTZ — No More Wailing Wall-Tax Bureau Serves as a Substitute move permitting Izzat's visit was clever in the extreme. But, it is felt here, it was more than a good "public relations" stunt. It was an event having deep diplomatic implications. Both Israel's and Egypt's actions in this matter are related to that portion of Mr. Hammarskjold's "peace" mission report which stated: "It is my feeling that there is a general will to peace, and that this should be fostered and encouraged ... By a cooperation which facilitates for the governments concerned the taking unilaterally of steps to increase confidence and to demonstrate their wish for peaceful conditions." Certainly Israel had taken a step "unilaterally" in the direction of increasing* confidence when it admitted Izzat. What is more astounding, perhaps, is that Egypt took its own step toward increase of confidence by not only allowing Izzat to come back home after visiting Israel but by >on*l appearing ,„ civp h quasi-official s,nctio„ recall that visits either b or to Israel are not dif newspapermen, no mat,* ineir nationality. The ( in this instance is that eminent* showed fqut i ness to re-establish contact, even if only newspaperman. It is possible that his rj its publication in Egypt | started more than a paper "scoop ." it j s ^ some sort of stop of thisl have been in Mr. jold's minrl when he „ his report to the Security"! with these words: 'The final settlement far off, but even partial i to harassing problems region will be a conti the welfare of the cerned and to the world." Han peattl MELTON FRIEDMAN — State Department's Literary Cril first time, the attitude of the American Jew toward Jewishness was frankly discussed. Appraisals were made of the changing Jewish community, and the role of Jewish community institutions and the synagogues was presented in proper perspective. Attention was paid to communal needs in the small cities and the social responsibility of the Jewish community centers was re-examined. Problems concerning Jewish teenagers, broken up Jewish families, the ever-growing number of Jewish aged stood in the center of the discussions. And so did problems and methods of combatting antiJewish discrimination, of religion in the public schools and of the place of religious institutions in communal life. Considerable time was devoted to a discussion of community planning and the use of community funds by Jewish agencies. Those who attended the What happened to the Jews who used to visit the Wailing Wall? Where do they do their wailing now or have they stopped wailing? Here is something for the psychologist and sociologist to concern themselves with. As everyone knows, the Wailing Wall is located in the Old City now held by Jordan and a Jew who wants to do a little wailing is out of luck unless perchance he can find a friendly shoulder. Recently, a tourist in Jerusalem asked to be directed "to the place where they cry." He was sent to the Income Tax Bureau. • • • • Through television and other mediae, the face of Ben Gurion is probably more familiar to Americans than the faces of many of America's own Anne Frank, the .little Jewish girl who refused to hate her Nazi tormentors, is once more a victim. The stageplay version of "The Diary of Anne Frank" won the Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Award as the "best American play of 1055-56." But it lias apparently not won the hearts of the State Department s policymakers. The play waa the leading choice of the International Exchange Program's panel of experts to n p ne e at America at the forth coming annual Paris festiva]. Soaaeone in the State Department, however, apparently decided that an an ti-Nazi story was wndersirabte at • time when Secretary Dulles is trying to persuade West Germany to pot a 500.000-man army into the field. After the decision against Anne Frank became known, the State Department hastened to deny that the motivation was political expediency. There was an embarrassed and unconvincing explanation that the United States had decided not to participate at all in this year's festival. The Soviet Union observed developments and happily pointed out that Russia and the satellite countries would be represented at Paris as usual. Anne Frank and her family moved from Germany to Holland to escape Hitlcri-m. When the Nazis occupied Holland the fardily was forced to flee again. For want of another refuge they remained in Amsterdam, hiding in the abandoned half of an old office building Anne wail time. The Gestapo dist hideout in 1944 It was i raid that friends 0 f the j found Anne' diary. contains the thoughts aad| sions of a young eirl otl spirit and sensitivity, through the critical veani escence It is the cororaH portrait of a cirl on the I maturity when the diary i life reach their tra?ic end.| died in March. 1949. ia man concentration cant gen-Belsen. Some Germans who from tbe State nacification program of i following the last war are] if it is wise to bring back I ism. Thev are coneerned| whether Germany is to tion that has an army on that has a nation. Against the baekt State Department efforts | arm Germany, elements cial Washington find it na suppress a play remini: the Hitler area. Patrons of the theatre tr| uproar. Suspicion was a letter to the New Yorkl drama editor that "whai bothers the State Depar is that this play might away with all the pointing up the vast ( between conduct and in international relations. ever the case, however, I ening hypocrisy does us disservice and fools no even the Germani HERBERT G. UJFT — Simple Picture Has Touching Me year-old Arnold Lavffl leaders. I imagine more Americans know how he looks than say. can identify Gov Lausche of Ohio or Gov. Meyner of New Jersey. A woman from the midwest wrote to the broadcasting station after Ed Murrow s recent broadcast that she loved "the dear old man." referring to Ben Gurion. "and would Lair" n 1 through his windblown aJaSlS L m, lt" fraid that in som of the *• primaries where they write in the names of candidates, people may take to writing in Ben Gurion', name as a candidate for American office • • • • ,hL d nt 1 ,nink lJ th t Theodore Herzl ever foresaw that Israel would sell France over a million dollars worth of chewing gum in 1956. But it will. We attended the preview of "The Rack," MGM's "message" picture dealing with human attitudes in the face of death. It is the simple story of an American army officer (portrayed by newcomer Paul Newman) who. during long months of captivity in a prison of Northern Korea, has become a traitor against his own will and now is being courtmartialed for having collaborated with his Chinese tormentors. The picture offers a refreshingly healthy approach to the question of guih and the conscience of man at large. Author Stewart Stern, who made such an impact with his screenplay of 'Teresa" a few years ago. again doesn't pander to flag-waving cliches. There is young, creative talent in every department. Produced by Arthur M. Loew. Jr., grandson of the movie tycoon, the picture was directed by thirtyed in the industry as >| clerk with the late IrW When I ,n Laven late in 1951. finished directing and first motion picture, m* laboration with prndueri Levy and Arthur Grd three ambitious young ceived the idea of their own movie comi they served togethe' %  w Corps during world wa 1951, Levy. Gardner i pooled t h e i r reso each—borrowed the made their first movie. "Without extremely low budget great deal of ingenuity. ture established AmoW a promising new & doing TV films •* since.



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Y .. u n j IV. oman s "World %  Exciting wedding news this week tells about the nuptials Sunday between Marilyn Louis, Kurman and Bernard Friadkin. Formal rites will take place at Beth David Congregation. Marilyn is the daughter of N.tti. ,„d Aba Kurman, long-time community leaders here Bernard is the son of Joseph Friedkin and a law student at the University of Miami. Previously, he was on ir campus at Gainesville. kUrilyn has chosen a beautiful waltz-length white organdy p in k mbroidery, scooped neck and a pink insertion in the For her going-away costume, she'll wear a blue sheath dress jacket and white accessories. NUrilyn and Bernard will be at home at 718 Valencia, Coral after their wedding trip. Dr. nd Mrs. Man Pepper, 2101 SW 17th st.. left Sundav for ladelpriia. where they'll attend Dr. Max's silver class reunion at Berson Medical College. With the couple are daughter Nancy *At the same time, they'll celebrate their silver wedding anni,0. To make the occasion complete, son Marshall will also I the Peppers. As if all this weren't coincidence enough. Marshall is himself Mfersim nied student. U will be a July and August vacation on the continent for vhiatrist Dr. I. Leo Fishbein and wife Elizabeth. bey sailed Tuesday from Montreal, Canada, on the Castel with daughters Anne Marc i a and Karen* The doctor plans to attend psychiatric clinic sessions at the jver>it> 11 Vienna while Elizabeth and the children are listening music festivals in Salzburg, Austria. In August, Dr Fishbein plans to be present at a meeting of World Federation of Mental Health in Berlin. H'rap-up of the trip will include an auto tour of Italy. France, nany and Denmark, with the Fishbeins carrying ample phntophic equipment to record the exciting event v Speaking of Kuropean tours. Miss Florence Badanes sails June Ion the New Amsterdam for Le Havre. Ion the New Amsterdam for Le Havre. Florence will spend three weeks in Paris, then leave for ZurLucerne. Vienna, Frankfort. Brussels, Antwerp, Rotterdam, iterrlam, Copenhagen. Stockhold. Whcww O-Io.Stavanger, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London. tnce will he back in Miami come September. For the Irving Laibsone, 8230 Hawthorne ave, June will be a [month. Friday. Irving celebrates his birthday. Oldest son Jay Alan, [day later ito be confirmed at North Shore Jewish (enter. Coincidence again! June 16 also is the date of the Laibson ivedding anniversary. Incidentally, the couple's in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bauer, IN. Bay rd. mark 35 years of marriage June 21. >>>cc< The Nethen C. Bobroffs, 5801 Riviera dr.. will become a bigger fj in August, when their son, Geoffrey, 12. expects a baby fcer or sister. Bobroff is vice president of Washington Fed%  rings and I-oan Assn. Wife Helen was formerly employed The George Chertkofs, of Hardee rd., are announcing to ads that they are changing their name to Cheren Off to %  delph.a last week was Mrs. Harry (Use) Simonhoff. Enroii'. en days ago from a magicians" conference in Havana |ki> borne in Klmhurst. 111., was Dr. Harlan Tarbell addition to being, as his card will tell you. "a master mameniah-t and expert in "eyeless visum," Dr. Tarbell is Ptaaprapathist .. •on for the stopover was to meet with long-time fi fiorie Stoneman Douglas, the noted author, whom he met in daring w..rid War I. • Dr. T. and Mist Douglas dined at the Candlelight Inn in CocojGruu and reminisced over days gone by. Mrs. Henry Liebman, 1004 Meridian ave.. is leaving for Israel I will ho gone a whole year. i*ith her will be daughter Mrs. Bernice Honig and children, ^ and Daniel Mr first .top will be Haifa. Plans call for Bernice to teach, Mrs. L does work with Hadassah. IStathe mother of Seymour B. Liebman, president of the **st region of the Zionist Organization of America. was the engagement of Frankie Wolfson and Jack •'9 announced here, when friends set off a round of show| to honor the couple. [Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson revealed the betrothal at a ^"i their home Saturday. One day later, the Sam Goldsteins ">ed at a cocktail buffet in their Alton rd manse. Wednesday, Mrs. Sidney Meyer—other half of the Wometco -and Mrs. William Wolfson were hosts at a kitchen shower 1 luncheon for Frankie in Westview country club. A barbecue 'Wrty follows in the bride-elect's honor at Westview Saturday '**k*e nd Riy Sehechter, the Charles Goldsteins and Richard '•"sons as hosts. L*j*> Planning parties are her brother and sister in law. Mr. **• Louis Wolfson, in their N. Meridian ave. home and Rita ** Fri.dman and Adelaide Tenenboum. [n* c.upie W in be married in Asheville. N.C.. next month %  •• end Mrs. Leonard Ahess are scheduling a dinner func.J** tv < a rehearsal breakfast will be the Harry Bloombergs '**• Leonard Bauer. ^J*ing a round of bon voyage affairs, Mr. and Mrs. David %  4635 Granada blvenberg will officiate. participating are MrMorris Beach Chapter ol Hadassah Has Inaugural Meeting Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah held its flnl meeting Thursday. June 14. at the Sea Gull hotel. Mrs Oscar Sindell. president of the group. di-cu>-e.l plans for the coming seasons activities. Mrs Mae Weinstein. recently returned from Israel, also addressed the group. Kleiman. president: Mrs Jack Gever. first vice president; Mrs Robert Purisch. second vice president: Mrs. Sam Leviten. recording secretary: Mrs. George Burney. corresponding secretary': and Mrs. Leonard Gordon, treasurer. A past president's pin will be presented to Mrs. Isidor Bakst. who will present Mrs. Morris Kleiman with the new presidents pin. Other members of the elected board to be installed are Mrs. Hyman AbramowiU. Mrs. Hendnk Berns. Mrs. Jack Kane. Mrs. Israel Slot** Mrs. Albert J. Beer. Mrs. Homer Reivman. Mrs Maxwell Rohan. Mrs. Lester Rosenberg. Mrs. Harry Kamen and Mrs. Louis Fleishman. Mrs. Moses P. (Judith) Epstein, former national president of Hadassah and first national chairman of the women's division for State of Israel Bonds, will be the guest of honor at a Sponsors of Israel tea on June 25. The function, preceding by a day the communitywide women's division meeting at the Algiers hotel, is scheduled for the home of Mrs. Samuel T. (Carrie) Sapiro, 3029 Brickell ave. Sponsors of Israel are those women who have purchased at least $1,000 in Israel Bonds this year. Mrs. Sam Rost is chairman of the Greater Miami chapter of the Sponsors. "It is encouraging that Mrs. Sapiro has made her home available." Mrs. Rost said, "for this will be the first Sponsors' function in Miami proper in recent years. I know Carrie's leadership throughout Greater Miami coupled with our admiration for Mrs. Epstein will make this a successful affair." Mrs. Sapiro is a life member and former president of the Herzl group of Hadassah. A member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, she is Miami chapter and Florida region coordinator of Ima for Hadassah. A member of HadaIth's national Youth Aliyah committee and a life member of the Jewish Home for the Aged here, she is active in the Mt. Sinai Auxiliary. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. women's division chairman, and Mr> Loin(Lee) Goldman, chairman of "Women for Israel" month, are working with Mrs. Rost and MrSapiro to coordinate the Sponsors' function. Plans for the June 26 meeting at the Algiers move ahead meanwhile with the announcement that stage and screen stars Luther Adler and Sam Jaffe will appear. In addition, the Boys' Choir of the Hebrew Academy will participate in the program. Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. musical director of the Hebrew Academy, will lead the choir. Adler and Jaffe will appear through the courtesy of Sam H.r-ch's Roosevelt Theatre, where they are scheduled in a play later this month. Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais, former president of the Greater Miami chapter of Hhadassah and Chen chairman of the women's division for Israel Bonds, will present the initial report of her recent trip to Israel at the Algiers meeting. Mrs. Epstein will give a dramatic account of the just concluded World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem. Admission for the June 26 session will be by the sale or purchase of at least one Lsrael Bond during the month, Mrs. Goldman announced. Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Mrs. Irwin Liss, presidents of the two local chapters of Hadassah, are organizing Israel Bonds committees in each of the 14 groups, and other Dade county women's organizations, including Pioneer Women, Mizrachi, B'nai B'rith. Grandmother's Club Will Continue Summer Programs Grandmothers' club of Temple Israel plans to continue its programs during the summer months, with a series of small parties in the homes of members. Mrs. Harry Nevins. of 2352 SW 3rd St.. is chairman of information. Mrs. Charles Greenfield is president, and Mrs. Isaac Levin is founder of the club.



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Pcge 2B +Ji>wls*rhridrtain a4L >out KAour ALMOND PASTE THE SECRET Special J~c avoritcs Home-Made Marzipan Needs Few Ingredients-Makes Excellent Treats Ladies Auxiliary Will Fete Fathers By LEAH LEONARD From Glens Fall-, N.Y, came eats lor a recipe for Marzipan uhiih can he made successfully at home, adding "your recipes always help us young housewives." Thanks a lot And here's the recipe for the "sweats" called HOME-MADE MARZIPAN (Foundation r*cip) 1 cup .•Imond paste (commercial or home made) 2 egg white-, unheaten 3 cups confectioners' sugar teaspoon vanilla ex tract Decorative items ahelow To make almond paste at home I you will need one of those nut I grinders that pulverises blanched .almonds. It is %  glass jar with a grinder screw top gadget, obtain'able at all houseware departments in department -tores or at hardware shops that carry household equipment. For measuring the finely ground almonds, the best suggestion we can offer is to combine one cupful at a time with flavoring or a tablespoon of sherry or rum till the consistency is a compact paste. Then measure one cupful of the mixed paste as in above recipe. Knead the paste in a bowl using fingers. Add egg whites one at a time, working in with a fork Add the confectioners' sugar one cup at a time, mixing with a fork then kneading like pa-try dough on a hoard well dusted, with more con : fectioners' sugar as required till the hall of "dough" no 1" -tickto fingers Work in flavoring a drop or two 1 at a time. Roll out to 3 i inch thickness and cut into 6 or 8 inch lengths, half inch in width, then divide into bails to suit and roil as follows: Strawberries: Add a few drops of red vegetable color to as much of the paste as desired. Form the balls to simulate strawberries, slightly cone shaped. Pat lightly with a cloth moistened with fruit juice rum or water then roll in red sugar, obtainable at food Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewi-h Home for the Aged. will hold a Father's Day party at Douglas Gardens Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacobs. 39th st. Miami Beach, who are celebrating their silver wed ding anniversary this week, will he hosts and sponsors of the party. Giftwill be presented to all male residents. Mrs. I,ouis Makovsky. program chairman, revealed Wednesday that Leonard Wood, of the Monte Carlo hotel, will be master of ceremonies. The Singing Nelsons will entertain, accompanied by MrLillian Nelson at the piano. Mi— Carol Kratish. song stylist, will accompany herself on the accordion. hotel. Plans for summer &f %  ng projects wcro d ?c^ nd "' "*" nr m u stores Add a tiny bit of greenAW. USTIK SOIDZ UN Assn. Study Group Hears Convention Report Study group of the t'nited NationA--n Beach di\ ision. met at the home of MrAnn Weiss. 6022 Indian (reek dr. thiweek MrLoulfl If. Biderman. cochairman of the Beach divi-ion, reported on the recent all da\ BOB %  re at the Carnegie Foundation bidg. sponsored h> the Ameri' %  n for the United Nations in Mr-. Kh Rmanui i n ad %  paper on • Construction of the In Orgai :ation." r SUITS YOU TO A"T" NO OTHER ICED TEA LIKETiX*-**! SO DELICIOUS60 REFRESHING! t^s K fE T lt e< 1 .' Local Woman Heads Florida Aux. Of Jewish War Vets MrLester (' Sold*, past presi dent of Miami Beach Jewi-h tt.ir Veterans Auxiliary no, haa been ed state department president •i it b War Veterans An ol Florida I lection tU at a recent -talc rtment convention in the Golden Gate motel Other state officers named were the sfesdames Buddy Logoe, (oral Gablei Auxiliary, aante viea president; Mickey MarkWeal Miami, junior vice president; Ted Lingaton, Ifialeah. treasurer. The Meadaniea Arby Lipman. Hollywood, chaplain: Milton Koch. North Shore, conductress; Obbie Roseathat, Miami, patriotic instructor; Norton IWf, North Miami Beach, historian. The Mcsdames Hanna Persons. St Petersburg, guard; Herman Sokolow, Miami Beach, chief of staff: Morton Reiss. North Miami Beach, recording secretary; and UNlis Phillips, Miami, corresponding secret., rj Women's Division Slates Meeting Board of directors of the Worni ti Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federatiton will meet nesdaj morning, in tthe star of the Shelborne hotel, it has bean ut.ced bj Mrtaring Lear memberwill di-cin-s i immunitj elect non inating commHtee candidatefor the coin\i-o dated tor iHaniisinii will consideratkai lor can p lirman in i!>57. The year round Women1 -ion Ia lunrtu.ning unit of Federation, Women Hold Card Party Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai i tinted paste out of a pastry tube or Bri,h Women held a card party cake decorator to form tiny leaves. I Wednesday evening at the Flori Apples: Color the Marzipan dian ho,el Miss Hortense Bloom paste with a few drops of green was chairman of the affair, coloring. Roll into small halls. %  with a small pointed -tick, make Miami Auxiliary Meets indentation in each little ball that ., ., habeen shaped like small apple.'. Grcater Mlami A"*' 1 ""?. Amerthen with a small paint brush add lcan M *<*ical Center, met Wednesa little red coloring for "red day evening at the Roney Plaza cheeks." Add tiny hits of the green J~Z: colored pasta for leaveCarrots: I'-e orange coloring for these and shape the paste into tiny £ carrotAdd little green hitfor % tops at the thicker end-, and make \ little indentations down side[ Paint the "carrots'' by brushing with liquid coloring. % Potatoes: These ag*j the simplest kind. Form round ballany size desired, roll in a damp cloth then roll each in cocoa. 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Page 4B lel$tn*rtdH?*r Weissel wabe-t man for :his brother, and Martin Goodman. Charles Spnntz. Lenny Parker and Hy Wei--el acted as u-herThe bride wore a full-length wedding gown of nylon tulle and alencon hue -tyled with a \ery tight fitted bodice, sculptured portrait neckline and short sleeves and Jong formal glove-. Her very bouffant skirt with a lavish applique of imported alencon lace and a permanent pleated valance of nylon tulle formed the graceful train. A four circular veil of French illusion was held with a lovely coronet crown. She carried a bouquet of white lilacs and lily-of-the-valley. Both the bride and groom are students at the University of Miami. The bride is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. Her husband is president of ODK 1 After a reception and dinner in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel, the couple left for an extended honeymoon to New Orleans, Mexico City and California. I Upon their return, they will make their home in Coral Gables. Edward J. Millar has just won a Fulbright -, hoi where he will continue the study of music at the H Musik beginning in September. He's the -on „, Mr c, Schul i A native of these parts, he received his AB degree f n „ "Jv"* **i of Miami and the MA in music from Hart College in nL L ^ Just about a year ago. Ed won the coveted uZ^l^ prize for his "Piece for Pianoforte" at the famouTinoi^ ford' HLS br ther ^ S#ym 0r MHI,r PraC,i< m 2inef] The Samuel Greenbergs, Philadelphia, are guests at H. hotel while in Miami Beach for the confirmation 0 f th Murray Austin, son of Judga and Mrs. Harry A. GrMnbarJ"* Broadview dr.. Bay Harbor Islands. Surf and -„n on th* n Mexico are just what the doctor ordered, say Dr and u Gilbert and daughter Valerie, 444 W. DiLido dr., who recnM? ed in Naples, Fla ecently VACATfONfffS UAVf TOWN flASBERGS RETUffN Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Senntaaj left Wednesday f„ r their nnr vacation. They will return after the High Holidays to reoJn Miami Beach establishment, Sonntags Flamingo kosher re-tauranii caterers. Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., is already nil host to many Miami vacationers. Guests include the Louis Pri Mr. and Mrs. Stan Ruben, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ginsburg, Mi Fine, Louis Rabinowitx and Gerald Simon. Miss Katharine Rethmen, 1610 Meridian ave., leaves fro York for Europe June 23. She's the daughter of the Mo* Rorhn,. Katharine's a member of the Nautilus Junior High faculty £ Way's Irving Rubins are on a 16-day cruise somewhere'in the 1 bean. Mr. and Mrs, Irving Blasberg, 5915 LaGorce, have n from New York, where they visited their son, Larry, and wile H10UD PARENTS AWS. WOlfSON ELECTED Proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen, 2!W5 Flamii since son Cadet Alan Jay graduated from the Citadel in Charl S.C. ... He received a BS degree in commerce. In addition. active in varsity tennis, Block "C" club. Citadel Yacht club, Callei Literary Society, Intra-mural Board and Hillel. Dr. and Mr*. 1 J. Rose are leaving for Chicago to attend a meeting nf the An Medical Assn. While there, they will also he present at the 1 ation of son Howard from Chicago Medical School, as well a graduation of daughter-in-law Muriel from Northwestern Inner Barbara E. Folk, 4554 Nautilus dr., has been awarded the of Arts degree at Teachers College, Columbia University Bernard Joyce, 8950 Emerson ave., was recent hostess to two! newspaperwomen at a luncheon. Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson has elected to her third term as president of the University of symphony club. and attended University of Miami and University of Florida. She is now employed by the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach. Dr. Seltman attended University of Miami. University of Pittsburgh and graduated from Chicago College of Optometry. He is a member of Phi Epsilon, and his professional fraternity was Omega Epsilon Phi. He Is also a member of Little River lodge of Odd Fellows and holds a commission in the United States Army Reserve. They will be married July 22. ANNO UNCINI the opening of another Si/h ia's DESIGN FOR BEAUTY! Specializing in Hair Tints 1S7S 71st ST. MIAMI BEA(| Telephone UN I-S31 also SYLVIA BEAUTY SALON) BELMAR HOTEL 6 blarkNtone flower shops te serve vee 21 hoars %  *oae JE t-lStt \\ fi n*rKutin AWS. WILLIAM WtlSStL Coronation Queen Plans for July Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kurtel. of 1567 Drexel ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Eleanor, to Dr. Herbert K. Seltman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Settman, of 901 SW 23rd ave.? Miami. Miss Krutel was a Coronation Queen at Miami Beach High School Dessestic %  elieale Markers 37 N.I. 5th St. ML 94401 AL MEIOKNBCRQ. 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Arunmi .• MS. wuus run ikolow, Fleet [change Vows ,, 7:30 pi" double ring can%  cht cfremony on Sunday, June lit the Hibiscui audUorium, i Barbara Ann Sokolw. daugh|Hr, and MrFrank Sokolow, JSW 33rd ('• Miami, became [bride of Julius Leonard Fleet, |of Mr an I Mrs. Seward Fleet, [Oak. Fla bbi Morris Skop performed |ffremiin> assisted by Cantor |g Robin1 >n. >st man is Irwin Leider. UshIBICIUHIMI '. rr\ Sokolow, Larry E Hnw.ru Clein, Arthur off and Evar Corpell. bid of honor was Lois Sokolow. of honir was Mrs. Irwin BridesmatroDl included 'Arthur < harloff and Mrs. AlILone. Mona Lavitz and MauiColhns were bridesmaids. Jerry Sokolow was in of th< pit book. Flower [was Susai Applebaum. Ronald low was ring bearer. i bride selected an imported (tilly lace niid nylon tulle gown l traditional bridal satin with nck lii i Klizabeth collar, I sleeve* extending into gloves [fitted bodice Her very boufI skirt of nylon tulle featured rtions of r. Ion lace extending JaCathedr,.] train. Her fingeriFrench illusion veil was atto a tiara of seed pearls. learned white orchids, lily-ofalley and -tephanotia. (bride i* a uraduate of Miami High School, attended the lersity of Florida. The groom graduate of high school in Live kand received his BS degree at Miss Reiter Weds Eugene Weiss Miss Robert Reiter became Mr. Eugene J. Wein in 2 p ,„. ceremo n.es Sunday. Jum3. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbf Uon Kronish ofinateu. with some 3. served as ring bearer. Following the ceremony, the couple left for a New York Booeymoon. They are expected t turn June 18 and will make their home at 3151 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach. Frankie Wolfson Back from World Tour Plans for Independence Day Weddlngi Unlimited MISS tlMHl IDUSTtlH Miss Edelstein's Fiance is Lensman Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelstein. of Far Rockaway, N. Y announce the engagement of their daughter. Elaine, to Bert Tumpson. of Miami Beach. Miss Edelstein attended Adelphi College and was employed for three yearin the advertising department of Esquire magazine before moving to Miami Beach. Her fiance, the son of the Samuel E. Tumpsons of Chicago served with the Armed Forces dur ing World War II. and later at tended the University of Dllinois and the Art Institute, where he studied photography. Mr Tumpson is immediate past president of Temple Emanu-El Young Adults and is a member of the Miami Beach Jaycees. He is now a partner in the firm of Weddings Unlimited. Frankie (Frances Louise) WolfMi is back from a world tour with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. and now she is engaged. Her fiance is Jack Waxenberg, who slipped a Marquise diamond ring on her finger as -Inenplaned for the world tour. Saturday e v ening at the Wolf10 n waterfront home. 5030 N. Bay rd., her parents formally announced the coupie's betrothal. Mr. Wolfson is co-owner with Sidney Meyer of WOMETCO Theatres and television station WTVJ. The engagement coincided with the brideelecfs 24th birthday. The bride-to-be is a fourth generation Floridian. She attended Mary A. Burnham in Northhampton Ma., Oberlin College and is a member of Beaux Arts, a director of the Symphony club, a member of the League of Women Voters and of the Daughters of the Confederacy. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Waxenberg, 461 Ocean blvd., Golden Beach. He graduated from MISS HANKIE WOLFSON Western Military Academy in St. Louis and University of Miami school of business. He is a member of Westview country club. The family formerly lived in Moline, 111., and Jack is now associated with the Joseph Jordan real estate and construction Co. Frankie and Jack were in troduced by her cousin, Bobbie (Mrs. Roy) Schechter and will be married on July 4 in Asheville, N.C., where the Wolfsons have their summer home. Coral Way Services Coral Way Jewish (enter will hold Friday evening services. 8:30 p.m., at the home of Morris Bistrow. 8101 SW 20th si the University of Florida. He will attend the U of F law school in September. Afier a bouffet dinner, the couple left for their honeymoon and a tour of Florida. Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions WtDDINC %  ANOUETS WtDOING MWIVaSARItS WTZVAHS panta LOOO UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT •f SAUt HERMAN ea rfte OMM af UMMJH Rsd FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE j{ J-0811 Berman, Levitt Plan for Rites Mr. and Mrs. Allen Berman announced the engagement of their daughter. Rhoda. to Morris Levitt at a garden party which took place at their home, 3739 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach. 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Page 6 B Jewhfrjhr&am. Officers of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation are installed at Ritz Plaza hotel, with Rabbi Simon April (center) acting as installing officer. Left to right are the Mesdarne* William Weintraub, outaoing financial secretary; Michael Blank, first vice president; Milton Weiner. outqoinq recording secretary; Philip Bendel. outgoing president; Robert Schweitzer, master of ceremonies; Simon April, chaplain; George Goldberg, president; Abraham Barkan* first vice president; Abraham Topol, second vice president; Saul Benenstein, treasurer; David Meltzer, financial secretary; Max Newberger, corresponding secretary; Aaron Dixon, recording secv retary. Standing is Al Gerstein, president of Men's. club. Fourth from left is Milton Weiner. second vice president of Miami Hebrew School. Sixth from left is Cantor Berele Kelemer. Nursery kindergarten children of Beth David Congregation "graduate" at tot ceremonies. Left to right are Bruce Berger, David Entel, Robin Einhorn, Norman Rosenkranz. Beth Ann Goldstein. Lawrence Kramer. Mickey Shlachtman. Minty Rosenhouse. Lynette Marcus and Peninah Rosenberg (not pictured). Rear (left to right) are Isadore Dickman, education director, the Mesdames Eleanor Richman. Cecil Tanenbaum, Frances Levy and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. J^jctf ^yylitzvah Marc Cowan Will Be Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowan announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Marc Alan, at Saturday morning services of Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center. Rabbi Boris A. Rackovsky will officiate. Marc Alan is an eighth grade student at Hialeah High School Mr. Cowan is the chairman of the board of directors of the Center. The family will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following Friday evening services and at a Kiddush following the Sabbath ceremony There will be a reception in the Bar Mitzvah's honor on Sunday, June 17, at the Cowans' home at 5700 NW 115th st. Joyce Changes Name to Adler Academy hi £5£BS t V h Alfter.'jjpl VMkerwa i, r Thom J t'"" tor the state J^i BI. Binder. pnwZ Ao.ulemy. p„. M ntw| £ delive,-,.,| brie, KIct n W Portion of the pr „ Wain the direction of M, mg, music director Mau presente,! American^ „ behalf of .1,, Klkslod^il Beach to rixth graders \1 rew.tz and Arthur SpolteT The annual journalism, sponsored by The Jewish p was presented to Dorothy < a The Rose and Sam Rittera ship award for excellence] studies was presented to, er. valedctorian. Present) Oaftde by Mrs. Benjamin president of Hebrew Women. The Rose and scholarship award for a in Hebrew studies was Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Biel. of Shaker Heights. O.. formerly of Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter. Joyce Biel. to Dr. Richard H. Adler. son by Saul Genet to Jack Shafl of Dr. and Mrs. Isidor Adler. Buf Henry Mendelsohn athletkl falo. N.Y. jwent to Michael Resnick. The double ring civil ceremony' Herman, vice president was performed by Arthur H.' Alumni As*n. of the Heb Courshon at his home here on demy, made the award. May 20. Rabbi Alexander S Cn— Present at the ceremony were 'P al presented the science] the brides sister, Mrs. Arthur II lo Ja >' Makovsky and tiej Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. %  *** %  award to Jay SKBI] Courshon. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chairman of the eve Menest, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Dorothy Naness, president] Ring bearers for the ceremony were the bride's nieces, Barbara and Deanne Courshon. The bride formerly worked for the public relations firm of Man-i dell-Newman Associates. The bridegroom is a surgeon in Buf-, falo. where the newlyweds make their home. Student Council and a the graduating dM was delivered by Martin benediction by Stuart members of the graduatii Hills] Glover presented a i the school on behalf of bers of the graduating di Graduates are Pern Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ixv-I '' w "' Ardmor mg Laibson. 8230 Hawthorne ,— .. Edward Mandell. son of Mr. land Mrs. Louis Rubenstein. will ave., will be Bar Mitzvah SatJay Baum Bar Mitzvah Saturday Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Baum. 1735 SW 17th ct. will become Bar Mitzvah during Sabbath morning services. June 16. at Beth David Congregation. I Sheldon Ciment. Lester heim, Leonard Finkelstei MAK COWAN Gili, Mil lei Glover. RobertI per, Elliott Katx, Martini Stuart Kimniel, Jay Makovs Miller. Dorothy Naness, Nassbaum. Michael Resnii Sachs, Jerald Selevan. Jack] ro and Adinah Stadlan. Goldberg, Soni Betrothal Toldl The engagement of trude Goldberg to Charles] has been announced by hen Mrs Anna Goldberg, 1B0 ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Sonne is the son Elizabeth Sonne, 1048 KW! Miami. The wedding will take pli 8 at the Ritz Plaza hotel j Beach. The bride-elect is fe Baltimore, Md. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will urday at the North Shore Jew' ~ ^"" n Den ,e n w 1 officiate. with Cantor William UpMover Mitsvah at Temple son rendering the Ernanu El Saturday, June 16. f the liturgy. and Mrs. Baum will be hosts ish Center, with Rabbi Mover T "*"„ "" WWBn m i empis); ,on rendering the musical portion HW u %  %  %  ., Emanu-El Saturday. Abramowitz officiating. Alan is D .... y ~ J _* < Rabbi Irving Lehrmuu a graduate of the religious .. J i at the Kiddush on Sabbath mornschool of the Center and now hc,ate Edward a •eventh ing. attends the Hebrew High ^ rade 8,udent at Edison Junior; Ja >' j,i an eighth grade student at School. Hei.o.mden.a.Nou.'H.gh and o,.„d. Temp.. ^'^^t^"^ tilus Junior High. Emanu-El religious school. UNIVERSITY of MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY MORTON GOULD =. DANNY DANIELS u umm MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Air Conditioned ous school for the past five years. He is a member of the Talis and Tefilin club. Bowling League and Boy Scouts of America. He is a graduate of Beth David Hebrew *chool. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs Benny Katz and Mr. and Mrs. Al Miller. New York and Mr. and Mrs William Berns. Al buquerque. N M. ATTENTiON PAR KM Boys' and Girls' 4 WEEK SUMMER TYPING CLASS LAST TWO DAYS TO M6ISTB CUSS STAiTS MONDAY, JUNE '* t:30 to 11 a.m.-Monday thru Friday Minimum Aa 11-Oraala. Miflh School S College Studtti_ Roaarva Class Place Early — Cnrollmant Minimum Ajje 11 Oraae. High School a. I.OIICW — -WAMJiH SCHOOL OF M S[\ DAM COMAAONWIAITH B10C., 139 N.I. 1st St. BBSSSSSSSasaaVsaMaaVaVlAIR CONDITIONED Ph. Fl AUGUST BROS fc v -7 i tit i w i 3 t I i til S i VALUE PACKED SPECKAMJ* FOR FATUElV* m 5 Tub*. I RADIO luilt-in Antanna $13.95 Men's Full Sue 2 SUITER Cenuint 50% 1956 KODAK BROWNIE MOVIE CAMERA SPEIDEL CUFF LINKS i TIE BAR SETS R0NS0N WMDPROOF LIGHTER cu*t* •"* ? REID'S JEWELRY & SALES 33 N.E. U4 AVENUI PHONI 44732 Quantity nights Rasarwad



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>| Getzug, 72, imbs in Miami Getzusi. 1100 NE 104th ii Shores, owner of Mayor's a 20-I""chain in Miami £ died f a heart ailment •"j a hospital. He was 72. lifwelry chain which he I .,H mark its 50th annif,h,< September. Mr. GctzMd the first store in CmThere are two in Miami. _jti here 20 years ago. Lores m the chain were Tjlonday and Tuesday in I the founder. A son, Irvni is vice president of the ^ was a member of Urael. th< Mani Shrine and lOBsistory. Besides his son, u his wife. Elsie; a daugh| waiter A. LaVigne, Mibrothers, three sisters itn grandchildren. jtf were Tuesday in the [chapel of Cordon Funeral [with burial in Mt. Nebo !f gte S Wer ^'heir younger son Page 7B Picnic Due Sunday J^attHMftS P'cmc at (Yandon Park ? "'"" %  chairman. LEGAL NOTICi~ NOT,CE BSS^VS5 AlMOSf NEW Estate Home Near New South Dade Center 3 Bedr.om, 2', Baths. 2 Car Garage, H-g. Enclosed Pool, Patio, Separate Dining Room. DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor 7210 RED ROAD p H MO 7-2560 BEAUTIFUL RANCH 3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced nd 12 miles of private canal planted in select qrats. Only 12 minutes drive to Palm Beach. $180 per Acre Suitable for dairy farm, ranch development or home Purchase from original owner. For complete data Phone: V.. I Bill h FRonklin 3-9922 GEORGE DYKES, Broker 609 INGRAHAM BLDG., MIAMI Hi Groups Hold ling League Miami B'nai B'rith (Organization Council, with I of Bull Fischer, sponsored ;, six Rame bowling fat Trail Bowling Lanes reBnai B'rith Girls' chapters |nh, Resh and Sholem Btcd. BZB Debt, Hillel, kith. Reshone and Sholem I top teamarc "Nai 'Rith. I373 point* Hillel I. with land BZB II with 2.232. %  scorerwere Julie Sussman. }Hith. 73:< and Libby Platt. 1609. E HOME AND APTS. FOR SALE I CUSTOM BUILT, 2 BEDROOM, |KME. Beautifully furnished. Oarage, Laundry ItM, Room, Sprinkler System rles 3 Apartments on Choke I lecttion on Flogler Street. Bargteil Gets Highest Honors Stanley Jay Bargteil graduated this week from Harvard College He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargteil. 12 Sidonia ave. Coral Gables, who went to Cambridge, Mass., to attend the exerStanley, a graduate of Miami Senior High School, was on a scholarship granted him by the Harvard club here. A major in government, he was on the Dean\ List during his entire four yearat school. Stanley received bis degree summa cum laude and will enter Harvard law school in the fall. Attending the exercises with the HOMESTEAD 10 ACRES PINELAND-$1100 Per Acre HOMESTEAD IS HURTING lor HOUSES. Terms. We have other Acreage all over the Stale of Florida. SNYDEB, Broker. 89-9914 — Evenings MU 1-5510. Spec/'olisfs since 7924 in choice real estate in Tropical Southwest Florida Urge Acreage, Waterfront, Island*, Highway Frontage, Business Opportunities JEFFC0TT REALTY INVESTMENTS 2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYERS, FLORIDA Phone Edison 5-4421 5,300 ACRES Adjoining Large Subdivision VERO BEACH AREA-SI 10 per Aero 2,000 ACRES 3 Mi. Highway Frontage, SIS per Aero 134 ACRES IN BROWARD COUNTY-4,000 Ft. Railroad Frontage, $1,200 per Aero JOSEPH D'ANGELO Registered Broker 1826 So. State Rd. 7, W. Hollywood Ph. HoHywaad 3-4944 or 24014 NORTH FLORIDA ACREAGE 400 ACRES Frontage on three paved highways, very close to good town. Price 1110 acre. Terms. 1,900 ACRES US Highway thru it. also county graded road. Hundreds ot acres in pasture with balance crop land. No waste land. All fenced. Top ouality for farming, also has vast potential otherwise due to location starting at city limits of good city. Price $110 acre. Terms Ph. 830563 Mritt Island Specials I HIGHWAY FRONTAGE S200 per Acre fehf Way Under Marfeef I ACRES WATERFRONT **ij Roods Near New A1A •• flu's is Beautiful. $300 per Acre e l-CRES NEAR NEW A1A J200 per Acre e [ACRES INDIAN RIVER WATERFRONT [-Only $125 per Acre Have 10 Acre Tracts fyman Atkins 'f'UOl IW W. Dixie Hwy. HyW5 PL 8.8332 B0NITA SPRINGS AREA HIGH PINI AND PALMETTO LAND $100 per Acre, 5 10 or 240 $20 Down per Acre S Year Terms or Cash, fnsaroble Title Available to County Roads A Electricity DICK BROOKS REAL ESTATE 15331 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. MU 1-6031 1,950 ACRES New Stores Priced at 5 Times Income Secure Leases Proven Income from $10,000 up DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor Considerable timber and much planted pine. Divided by county road scheduled for paving. Price $40 acre. Terms. MANY OTHERS TO SELECT FROM SUBURBAN 90 ACRES About 2.70O feet on paved road. 8 miles from Gainesville. Price $185 acre. Terms. LAND SPECIALISTS HENDERSON & RANKIN BROKERS 18 N.W. 2nd STREET PH. FR 2-8182 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA $125 PER ACRE 1,000 Acres, Lake County % DOWN. Balance 4 Years Adjoining 3.000 Homesite across from 2 million acre National Forest Hoffman Realty 1427 N. Federal Highway Ft. Lauderdale, Florida LO 4-8419 — 9:00 to 9:00 Unlimited Funds for Top Grade Industrial and Commercial Mortgage Loans R. K. COOPER, INC. 2733 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone HI 4-4611 7210 RED ROAD PH. MO 7-2568 W'$e People Know 'J* 'lie lime to lay" "J *k from brief vocoL*"! to calls for BEACH |J* 1 "• lots, homes, betitMM lu* .? rop,,rtiM •*• —* 1*7 with us at our informal r„ •*on. £ SURPRISE haw lmmtt „ |**T, "' take some proa "*• liberal term, MM gKAl ESTATt RUE.!• Tr Wi itejftit ITE-ft"-" THE-SIA BREVARD COUNTY R. C. BURNS 116 WHIardSt. Cocoa, Florida SPECIALISTS IN BREVARD COUNTY PROPERTY WE NAVE ANYTHING TOO WANT, LAKCE OK SMALL • Rood Frontage a Ocean Frantaf* a Business Sites a Investment Properties a Groves end Homes ACREAGE 5 Acres 320' Frontage Redland Road ', MILE CITY LIMITS OF HOMESTEAD GOOD BUY AT $2,200 PER ACRE 20 Acres IDEALLY LOCATED. 660 FT. FRONTAGE ON SILVER PALM DRIVE, 330 FT. WEST OF U.S. I. $1,500 PER ACRE Keen-Lovell Real Estate 16821 Federal Hwy., Perrine CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Phone 817-9015 Lock Look 20 ACRES Just off U.S. No. 1. A good deal at $1,750 per acre, terms 20 ACRES Old Crove in the Central Redlands Only $1,500 per acre 40 ACRES Corner Redland Rd. and Hainlin Dr., high land. Only $1,850 per acre, terms. 25 ACRES Hainlin Dr. beautiful pine land. Good location. $1,850 per acre, terms. CALL M0 7-2503 JANES REALTY COMPANY, INC. ON U.S. 1 ot KENDALL, South of Miami 12,000 Acres I TO BE SOLD IN 10 ACRE TRACTS OR MORE. South side Tamiami Trail, Dads and Collier County, from $65 to $100 per acre, large and Small Tracts Throughout the State. H. L. HEATH Registered Broker 843475 SUNDAYS and EVENINGS CALL NE 4-5713 or 89-6032 S. MELBOURNE 180 ACRES CITRUS LAND. 6" wells, good road frontage, $38,000 — 29% down, 10 year mortgage. EUSTIS AT CASSIA 1,200 HIGH DRY ACRES, new highway will go through this property, making it worth much more than $146 per acre. 10 year 5% mortgage. PALATKA 6,000 ACRES NEAR NEW PULP FACTORY. 4 miles waterfront "i mile from large lake, good road frontage. Timber valued at $60,000 $45 per acre. VERO BEACH 2,300 ACRES 6 MILES HIGHWAY FRONTAGE. $80 per acre. GAINESVILLE 4,000 ACRES NEAR NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC FACTORY, high railing land. 4 miles highway frontage. A sleeper at $60 per acre. 29% cash, 5% mortgage. IVi Acrtt in Davie High and Dry. on Cherry Road. Quarter of mile south of Griffin Road. (Watch for sign.) 29 Cash. Balance Ef. 10 Acres on Bowers Road .. mile south of Or.ff.n Road(Watch for s.gn ) Half Cash. Balance EZ10 Acres Near Hollywood Blvd. J400 p ,r A re Half c 1500 Acres on Half cash. Hollywood Blvd. $500 POT A.re • cash. 150 Acres Blvd. & Pembroke Rood Frontage 29*. cash 20 Acres or Less Port Everglades Industrial Phone Key Howell Hollywood 3-2733 Evenings GLENN MITCHELL, ftWter 2422 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. ^iav8WrrrvW Key Largo Acreage 100 ACRES, excellent investment. Has a great potential. Choice location. Develop with adjacent properties. Large highway and water frontage. Total price $120,000. STEAL IT NOW. Have notice to raise price soon. SEE: GEORGE DYKES, Broker 609 INGRAHAM BLDG. MIAMI WEEKDAYS FR 3-9922 ORLANDO 9 600 ACRES BEAUTIFUL HIGH ROLLING HILLS, will have 4 miles highway frontage. This will double in value when highways are completed. $70 per acre. a For the Best in Fla. Land See BILL POTTER YOUK FMENDIY COUNTRY BROKER Route 2, Box 556 Ph. 817-7212 817-7582 Miami 43 Closed Sunday To act AUGUST BROS H YT *^ Is the DESTf 0 FT. MYERS AREA 5 MILES CHARLOTTE BAY FRONTAGE 10,800 ACRES — Price 51.350.000 Good Terms A. E. & R. F. Raidle Real Estate 232 S. County Rd., Palm Beach Ph. TEmple 3-4549 M



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Page 8 B *J^/sf/ferfcfe>/7_ GLOBAL SHORTS FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST ISTANBUL (JTA) — Seven Israeli fishermen arrested in Turkish Waters several weeks ago on charges of illegally fishing in Turkey's territorial waters were released here. The fishing vessels remain conIisiated. Failure on the part of the Turkish Government to reply to requests for exit visas for a Turkish championship basketball team, which has been invited to visit Israel, is being interpreted here as part ol the Turkish Government s campaign to give no open sign of friendship for Israel lest it alienate the Arab st;ites The team. knoXvn as "GaUtWWy,* 1 an Istanbul group, has been invited to participate in the "Hapoel Festival' in Israel. The Israelis had made all travel arrangeimnts lor the Turkish team. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS BRUSSELS (JTA)—Concern was expressed here by Jewish circles in Antwerp following the receipt <>f a warning from Saudi Arabia exlending Ms inti-Jewisll boycott to the diamond trade. The warning justed on the premises of the Diamond Office" in Antwerp, was transmitted by the Belgian legation at Jeddah. and set up rules for diamond trade with the Arabian kingdom It stated that firms making offers to .s.i all Arabia should not be of Jewish origin. BERLIN (JTA)—The East Ccrman Ministry of Justice, it is learned here, instructed all notaries not to issue legal certifications pertaining tn the death or last will of former K;i-t German residents, if such documents miyht be used for filmy indemnification claims m West Germany. I at Germany makes few arrancements for restitution and indemnification to Nazi victim! living within Baal Germany, and none lor those who have emigrated. PARIS (JTA) France will deliver 2.000 semiautomatic rifleol 1MB manufacture to Syria, the newspaper Paris Soir reported here 'Ihe game newspaper assorted that France had recently shipped six Mystere jets to Israel and was readying another six The Syrian rifles are being shipped under an order placed March 14. 1956. La Soir mid. dded that 13 eases Ol un> were shi p p e d last week to Syria under the -ame contract. BONN (JTAJ — There are two former German Army officers of Jewish descent among 44 who have recently been ruled eligible for reactivation Or reinstatement on the basis of their having iM'on ousted by Hitler for reasonrooted in Na/i ideology, it was learned from the ense Ministry here. Ihe date was obtained through an attempt by Social Democratic Bundestag deputy Dr. Adolf Amdt to find out why no officen removed by Hitler on political or racial pounds, and thereentitled to at least their old rank, have so far been appointed to the new Germany army. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE WASHINGTON (JTA) — Syrian military officers are being given 1 S Army commando training at Fort Benmng. Ga., and will graduate this month, it w..revealed here bj the Defense Dep artm ent following the arrival in thicountry of Sheik Mounir Takieddme. DirectorGeneral ol the Ministry ol Defense Oi Lebanon, for a three week tour of I'nited States military bases and airplane plants BOSTON ri \ Numerous copies of the anti-Semitic publication. American Nationalist." emanating from California, have been received in the New England area, it warevealed by the Anti-Defamation le ol B'nai B'rith here lasl trees:. The publication was launched in bj i i.mk I. Britten, S5-year-old Hawthorne, Calif., pamphleteer. who-.career ..I hate peddler has earned him the kudos of such lecessors as Wesley Swift and Gerald L K. Smith MEXICO CITY iJTA) — The first Pan American OSF conference : b) delegations from the United stateand Jewish i in Latin American countries It will discuss medical and th requirements of the Jewish population in various countries. Jems ol Jewish child care, dissemination of medical knowledge in Central and South America and other problems con cerning Jewish health. A number of prominent physlciani will adi the five-da) parley. PITTSBURGH FTAi A gang of vandals broke into a Jewish m the nearby town ol BomevtUe, West atifflin, last week and ed sio.ooo worth of damage Elgtsty-als tomb-tones were overl irned and broken and grave sttea were ripped up and plants trodden i the ground, police reported. West atifflin Borough police, who nafed the cost of the damage, asserted that a gang must have been involved since the extent ol the damage was t.x. great lor one or two persons to have accomplished. IATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL TEL AVIV (JTA)—The London Festival Ballet group of 70 dancers and technicians arrived in Israel for three weeks of performances Tickets for all 17 performances to be given in this < lt v were sold out weeks ago. Paul Torteiier. noted French cellist and composer a nonJew who lives with his family at Kibbutz Maabarot. conducted the world premiere of his symphony. •'Israel." last weekend. The symphony played by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, received a tremendous ovation. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Mordecai Glassner. 22 year-old theological seminary student, was killed here by a bullet from an Arab Legionnaire while fighting a blaze in the Paagi quarter of this city on the edge of the No-Man's Land which separates the Israeli section of the city from the Jordanian side. Glassner .along with other students from his seminary, had volunteered for three days' civil defense work in the Paagi quarter. When shots from across the demarcation line, originating in a former British police depot, set fire to some weeds, Glassner rushed to extinguish the blaze There was a renewed burst of firing from the Arab Legionnaires on the Jordanian side, and the young seminarian was filled instantjy. TIL AVtV (JTA) — Political developments in North Africa have reached a point where the danger to the Jewish population is so great that Israel must plan on accepting 100,000 North African Jews this year, Yehuda Braginsky. new head of the Jewish Agency absorption department, said here. He revealed that 20.000 more Jews are expected to arrive from North Africa by the end of September, bringing the year's total st that point to 54,000. Israel Visitor Speaks on Beach Barbara Bloom Korito. who has Beach Young AdulU at Temple Beth Sholom. just returned from Israel where she spent three months on a study four, was guest speaker this week Mrs. Korito is a former member of Masada and has been active in Zionist groups here and in Chiat a meeting of Masada Miami cago. She went to Israel aboard the Israeli %  Israel, freJKhl £ JW -..man • w or > the Zim Liner*. k AUGUST BROS L, .Old 0\ TIRE U. S. ROY ''* .4 ^\ NMWMr DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! 32 YEAK SERVIN6 SOUTH FIOSUM AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FAMILY with Blowout-Proof Steel m* We have it! Mee* Cafety Age U. $. toysil tatter|h orly tir* with a flexible feef Safety Crown ^^^^ameaefV that moke* tread BLOWOUT-PROOF I AMAZING TESTS PROVE IT! KING SIZE ALLOWANCES FOR OLD TIRES EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS died by Norton Tire Co. Too ore not "farmed oof to a finance comMIAMI 500 W. Flogler ovn 32 YIARS kkfii i A.t DEALING ASSURES YOU Of • BETTER VALUE BETTER %  SERVICE NORTON Co. MIAMI 4900 N.W. 2ndAs. • BETTER CREDIT TERMS FLORIDA'S LARGEST MIAMI BEACH Norton Pallet T.rs CS. 1454 Alton Roo_ NORTH MIAMI 1 3360 N.W. 7th A** SOUTH MIAMI 5930 S Dis Highway HIALEArf M M E. 25 St. HOMESTEAD 102 S. ICroma A* U.S. ROYAL HEADQUARTERS


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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 15, 1956

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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leu&bAndian
C-U-ln, the JEWISH mm ^ ^ wmaY
30 Number 24
Miami1Florida, Friday.~June 15. 1956~
Price 20*
?t^^lSTWj^||4aj^^ POUCY TALK
Eban Meets in Conference With Dulles
""
WASHINGTON - Israel
Ambassador Abba Eban conferred
at great length here with Secre-
tary of State John Poster Dulles
<>n "a broad view- of r.
security, political and economic
questions. He was accompanied
'> Isra,'l Minister Reuven Shil-
OaB who returned recently from
consultations in Israel.
Oil to Western diplomacy was
The importance of Middle Bast
Stressed h> Secretary Dulles Sat-
urday m an address at Iowa State
College. He said that the Middle
East "produces the oil required
for the industry of Western Eur-
ope and for the military estab-
lishment of NATO." He said that
the estimate of expenditure for
military aid and defense support
for trese countries in the next
year is in the neighborhood of
S800.0O0.00O. It is believed he
referred to the member countries
of the Baghdad Pact.
Strong anti-Egyptian and pro-
Israel sentiments were express-
ed by a number of members of
Congress during the Foreign Aid
Bill debate in the House which
concluded last weekend. Egypt
was denounced for ties which her
Premier. Col. Nasser, is expand-
ing with Communist countries.
Israel was named among those
of America's allies who deserve
military aid from the United
States.
oL Ezer Weizmann, commander of Israel's jet lighter wing,
linterviewed by Edward R. Murrow on a recent "See It Now"
evision documentary in Israel. Nephew of the late Dr.
l Weizmann, Israel's first president, he is in the United
on a three-week tour for State of Israel Bonds and will
at Waldman's Crown hotel in Miami Beach Sunday
nung.
WEIZMANN LOCAL VISITOR
)l Wing Commander Will
Appear at Bond Confab Here;
Panel Slated on Beach Sunday
UJA Passes $40 Million Mark;
Worsening Condition Emphasized
m.rmnc \! re ,hi TnT i^^ii* ltad7i from numerou>- communities at the final session that
inference campa.gn units from all parts of the country participated in the
The mid year total of cash gave the UJA $32,250000 for its regular campaign in behalf of the United
Israel Appeal, Joint Distribution*--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Committee and New York Ami
for New Americans, and S8.100.000
for its Special Survival Fund to
make possible this year's resettle
ment in Israel of the tens of
thousands of Jews streaming into
it from troubled North Africa.
Despite this near-record mobil-
ization of cash, the delegates gave
endorsement to an extraordinary
project for securing a second
Eier Weizmann, fighter wing commander of the Israel Air S40.000.000 this to be borrowed
:recently seen by millions of Americans on Edward R. Marrow's from the country's principal Jew-
FIVE WORDS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
UN Studies Sham Middle East
Peace Powers as Action Delayed
By SAUL CARSON
Staff Correspondent
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)A shaky and shaken Security Council
I*.'!/!0* 'Hevisio1n .d?cumentJ,ry' *ni sP*ak n Sunday morninK '-h communit.es The endorsement is undergoing an "agonizing reappraisal," and theTntire United Nations
s crown hotel in behalf of State of Israel Development was given "to help the UJA keep diplomatic corps joins in that re-evaluation, as the aftermath to the
pace with sharply rising humani- iast week's Council session at which "five little words" speaking of
flying heroes. Col. Weizmann tarian needs in Israel and North peace were dropped at the insistence of Arab delegates backed power-
Africa." This endorsement came fully by the Soviet Union.
after a report on the Jewish posi- The "five little words" had been so designated by the very man
tion in North Africa which told of who had tried to get the Council*-----------------------------------------------
m a panel discus->
Today," beginning
One of hi
participate
i on "Israi
l:S0 a.m.
Ddnk ,l Bi nis. Miami Herald
affair- u nter, and Richard
Democratic nominee for
Attorney, will be on the pan-
i the nephew of the late Dr.
Weiznunn, first President
THREE ARRESTED
Whie Fr:e.lberg, Labor Zion-
er, will tw honored at the
for five years of dis-
liihed
er\ice
Toughs Attack
Yeshiva Boys
CLEVELAND (JTA)Two more
young Yeshiva students here have
been attacked by hooligans, bring-
foTbnS *nd I th* ,otal num^r of >\c"]
E*iVe. J-hua Z' -dlJ"le*tud.nts who have been beat ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^
it of the Bialik branch of fj?
and Mrs. Nathan (Ida)
*n. Israel Bonds chairman
Pioneer Women's Council,
* special committee which
Friedberg.
* Sher. chairman of the
Continued
on P. SA
"T"
within past weeks "to three.
The two students were attacked by
three toughs, but police arrived
on the scene before either of them
could be seriously injured.
Meanwhile, three hoodlums were
arrested in connection with the
first attack, on Isaac Gelbord. a
Tolshe student from Australia, v.ho
was beaten into unconsciousness.
.lews being kidnapped for ransom, to endorse themthe head of the
I the looting of Jewish shops and British delegation. Sir Pierson Dix-
the sharp worsening of the Jewish n jn his resolution calling for
! economic lot. continuance of Secretary-General
Moses A. Leavitt. executive vice Dag. Hammarskjold's "good of-
!chairman of the Joint Distribution fices" regarding the Middle East,
Committee, who returned several Sir Pierson had asked the council
days ago from visits to Morocco to put itself on record as being
and Tunisia, told the delegates that "conscious" of the need for peace-
"while many of the Moslem lead- ful settlement of Middle East ten-
ers have expressed a concern for sjons on a basis "mutually accep-
Those were
US. Informed
Red Warships
Going to Egypt
WASHINGTON (JTA >Two So-
viet-built Skori class destroyers are
at sea on their way to Alexandria,
jU.S. officials were informed here.
the "five little words"put into .The two destroyers, built in 1950,
extreme
merits."
and irresponsible
the Jews of North Africa are filled
ele- jected to by the Arabs, finally
!.stricken out when Arkady A. So-
No one questions the sincerity, bolev, head of the Kremlin's dele-
of the leaders in Morocco and Tu-'gation, said he would not vote for
Continu.d on P.9. 4 A Continuod on Peg 3 A
INTERNAL ROW WITH BEN^URIONJHAP^U^
Report Sharett Balks at Leaving Cabinet
. _.:__;_ ihn kfMi fppl that the Dartv I
JERUSALEM ,JTA)-Strenuous effortetre bring
made within the Mapai Party to Jd j
seems to be shaping up over Premier David B
Gurion's insistence that Foreign
Sharett quit his Cabinet port
secretariat of the party.
it was
Minister Moahe
and take over the
learned here. All
ANTI-JEWISH TERROR CONTINUES
(error continued in Algeria Saturday.
tian Navy. The transaction is part
of the Communist-Egyptian arms
deal.
Naval authorities indentify the
Skori class destroyers as a fast
mine-laying type of 2.200 tons dis-
placement. It is especially suited
to blockade operations. The de-
stroyers have four 5-inch guns, tor-
pedo tubes, and anti-aircraft bat-
teries. The ships were reported in
the Mediterranean and are expect-
ed to dock in Alexandria before
s in the Mapai feel that the party needs a'the end of (hjs week They came
(lras,.c administrative overhaul to bring ,t intohne h
behind the government and help solve tne major
domestic issues.
Mr Sharett is pictured as refusing to accept tne
job and as being upset by "machinations" which
_____._______*have deeply involved him without
his prior consent. The entire Israel
press is giving great prominence
Channel.
LIGHT ARMS EMBARGO
PARIS (JTA)The French Cabi-
*o*r mtmui
star tktad
to reports about the conflict and net has decided to embargo all
to the reported opinions of various shipments of light arms to the
personages involved. All sources Middle East. The action came af-
PARIS (JTA)-AntiJewisn svnaeogue in the Algerian agree that a major party crisis may ter a report by Foreign Minister
bomb was thrown into *"*-? J^th morning prayer be in the offing.
jus. as the ^"*ffT killed when the bomb Mrs. Golda My
city of Bone ,.
^Mkm. One of the ^JSS^^'iiSS^^^ t0 rePrt
exploded. There were additional Jew i.-n view.
received here Wednesday.
Myerson, one of the
Continued on Page 6 A
Christian Pineau.
It was uncertain here whether
this embargo would pertain to Is-
rael.


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15.
Federation Annual Meeting Hails Leadership Greets Kane
'Creator Miami stands on the threshold Of great ;uln< vcmmt The hour," declared H<'iman. "The un-
total Jewish community shall determine the m..i-iuc to which that precedent <>! outpouring Ol ten-
promise is to be fulfilled." said Stanley C. Myers, outgoing president eroaUy helped to. meet Israel's
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at Fed) 18th annual desperate immigration crisis in her
dinner meeting Wednesday evening. most critical hour of survival, and
Addressing an overflow audience of 35u Federation member provided funds for 4B national
campaign workers and leaders oi asjeaeai an local institutions
the Jewish community at the jng He welcomed the newly elect ami the United Jewish Appeal," he
Seville" hotel, Myers traced the 0,i officers ot Federation and e\ Hid
strides of Federation since its in tended a special note ol thanks to Heiman was the recipient of a
ception in 1938, hut warned "that those serving with Federation's specially-designed gold illuminated
expanded agencies, augmented hoard of governors, executive com citation in recognition of his "dis-,
services of every kind and larger mittcc. trustees and scores of tinguished service" as chairman of
sums in the annual Combined working committees which func- the last two Combined Jewish Ap-,
Combined Jewish Appeal ram- tWBed tbsmiahout the yew. pcai dn ^m
patens will he required to ke. p qjj^ enjumao S*m J. IlemUn Hciraen ssutounccd he
pace with the phenomenal anaounoed" tisst an all-time record'h growth." 'torw'of'etfeiWOrin tafd **W rWV'-^rf,,n T-'nrKfail party* nrrSBh
Must important. Myers emphav e0". June 24. 4 to 6 p.m.. at the Fon-
i7ed. was the underlying need for .1This js M(ami jcwrys finest taincbleau hotel.
improved ways of plan-:----------------------_ -----------------------------------------------------------------
JJJday. Iun
Special award was presented to to lose sight ,
David Phillips, treasurer of Fed- are also p\, ,L fact X
-ration and worker in the Winter can Jewish *"e greater]
.dents and Initial Gifts Diet- living segment nt"?* *'
lions. The scroll was awarded to sponsibilitv !. you I
Phillips "in recognition of 40 years growth of natmnfi 1 the
of dedicated service to the welfare Rabbi Irvm' h 'sh u
of the Jewish community in Miami leader o| TenTni 'v**
and other cities in which he re- ed the mv manuEl
sided." Phillips was active in Vaakov Rose, lnd
philanthropic projects for many Congregation .ui'JJJ*
years in Chicago and Minneapolis diction
prior to his coming to Miami
Beach.
Entertainment highlight of the
evening was provided by Mrs. Leon
Kaplan and her vocal group, trac
..........r juapian ana ner vocal group, trac I 1*1
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finding improved ways of
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Myers received a standing ova-
tion following his address in which
he expressed confidence in the
community's future with jrosmg
and alert leadership at the helm.
Paying tribute to incoming presi-
dent Howard Kane, he urged "the
manv thousands of Federation
Staff Members Hold Orientation
For Community Center Group Program
Over 65 stamm members partici at the FlaglerGranada Center are
pated in the day camp counselor Harry Shamis. camp director..Mar-|
training program sponsored by the vin Schneider, head counselor. f
members to lend the new president Greater Miami Jewish Community William Griffin, waterfront super-,
full support in the coming year Center beginning Monday and end- visori and general counselors Ivan;
Myers completed four terms as ing Friday, it was announced hy Marleaux. Frank Talmadge. Linda.
Ii ider "i the major Jewish agency Kmanuel Tropp. assistant director. Mehler. Alfred Mamlet, Howard,
from 138 to 1941 and the yean Tins traditional orientation week Rice. "Richard Evans, Bart Mid-
1998 and 1956 A life site oil nor- tor camp counselors was con-
trait of Myen was presented to ducted at four different locations
Federation bj Jacob Sher, for throughout Hade county, where
president, "in recognition ot GMJCC conducts a da) camp pre-
the founder-president \.ist vision gram that will serve over 500 chil-
and leadership qualities m the past dren for an eight-week period this participant- are Leonard Romney, j
18 years." coming summer season. camp director, Yvette Cole, head,
For Ins "energetic direction of Over 400 boys and girls have counselor, and waterfront super-1
the Emergenc) Survival Fund Pro- already been enrolled to start this visor, and general counselors Beth,
wood. Arnold Levy, Barbara Zim-,
mett. Barbara Hacker, Barbara
Levy, Harriet Solloway. Barbara
Wolfsnn and Jane Thurman.
North Dade training program
movie taken 18 years ago at the
home of Myers, which then switch-
ed to the TJrmey hotel to catch his-
toric shots of Myers, Baron ,de
Hirscb Meyec, M.. J. Kopelowitz
and others celebrating the first
campaign to achieve its goal.
KopeJawitft artetir-aA narrator and
supplied" sidelights To the docu-
mentary movie.
Principal address by Philip
Bernstein^ executive director ofl
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, was concerned
With the growth of Miami's Jewish '
community. The national welfare |
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the I portion oi the meet-
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nation Claw of Tenfple Sinai Left to right (seated) are
(larilyn Smith. Henry Hutch. Eddie Kay, Rabbi David
piro, Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraum. Larry Stark Mike
'.. Toby Roaenthal Top row are Eddie Lefkow. Richard
*r+
2S' Wye7 TSStPft ^ Season. Karen Serin.
Baron. P Cm' NeU Rama No Pictured is Robert
Studies Sham Middle East Peace Powers as Action OelayeTbylirabCouD
Nrt|u.dfr.n,P^.lA f.r M Israel's i-t-~*. ._______ J^y uj HIQU VUU^
Continued from Paeas 1 A
words.
remainder of 8rr Pierson's
olution went through and. u
les Zionists
fick Friedson
Max Friedson has been elected
Vjdoit of the Coral Gables Zion-
j District.
Others named to office at a that
xnt meeting arc Meyer Fine and
ng Sperling, vice presidents;
Confirmation at
Hollywood Sinai
Annual confirmation at Temple
Sinai of Hollywood was held
June 1. Rabbi David Shapiro
consecrated confirmands and
charged them with the theme
"This is Your Heritage."
Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun,
with the senior and junior choirs
of the Temple, rendered special
selections for the occasion.
Presentations were made by
Dr. Clement Geronemus, president
of the congregation; Harry Kaplan.
chairman of the religious sathool
hoard; Mrs. Nate Grumet, presi-
dent of Sisterhood; and George
Greenfield, president of the Men's
club. Theme of the Confirmation
seavice was "The Journey of Life."
Confirmed were Marilyn
Smith. Henry Hirsch. Eddie Kav.
Larry Stark, Mike Abels, Toby
Rosenthal, Eddie Lefkow, Richard
Stoll. Toby Feibus. Marilyn Sorin,
Gary Seligson, Karen Soriri, Dale
Nye, Stephen Corn, Neil Ramo and
Robert Baron.
Confirmation class held a dinner
dance on Saturday night. .
good resolution as it stands. The world wha he hid Jm if ^ t!b,e'" Was from e Russians
trouble is as one Israeli source the rsjE L dX%0? T Pierson had borrowed
put it "that the resolution backed "peace mission" thi, 'hose -five little words"-and it
way from a sound principle after near* .n ,h! L,~ 1 genuine was by the Russians that he was
it had been phrased. Had Sir Pier SlTii th^rSS? future"''6 dUb,e"crossed The Russian
son never put those words into his I Some diLmTufJS .h '. Wanied to Continue courtin* Arab
draft in the first place, the Coun- at Ye the aTr has hLn ^ f^ "0I and" M the Tims noted-
el's authorization of "good of- All know .na? the CrJfnH. ^ ^ Were ^ta* ready as
mZxsis ^suffident- "*"V t^r'gruineever to *"* *-~ 1*
L5kl"*bos > fter they peace moves. All are aware tha^ ances for a b"* and mean diplo- ,S.rth a!T.,ng ?S*re'" sUrrin?
talks.
Theatre Party Slated
Stephen S. Wise group of Ha-
dassah will hold a thetre party
at the Roosevelt theatre Wednes-
day evening. June 20. Featured
"Reclining Figure," starring
Horowi'/. corresponding sec- ,
Mrs Morris Simon, record- "st pe*ct ,s not lost- But it is
! secretary M. C. Barfcin. treas- certainly delayed. Mr. Hammar-
jer. and Meyer Fine, financial J skjold made it clear at a news con-
ference after the Council session
ftary
Hoard of directors are Meyer
tin. Moms Belgrade, Joseph
sitz. Mrs Meyer Fine. Jacob
bin. Dr. Philip Gottlieb, Rabbi
[Leon Hunutz.
[Abe Rarevitz. Louis Kaplan, Dr.
K 11 z e n Mrs. Pauline
Rkk. Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
iMindlin. Morris Minoff. L B.
Mrs. S. Sanders and Rabbi
Skop.
Moscow, of course, is not de-
pendable no matter what its
spokesman say, as they did re-
that he intends to use the prestige cently both at home and in Lon-
of his high office here in the di- don. about the desirability of Mid-
leader 7ramies
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Friday. June 15. 1956
Israel Bonds Take Up Slack to Assure Nation's Survival
fcrael Bond organizations throughout the
United States are proclaiming June as "Israel
Security Month."
Durinq this period, bond officials hope to sell
some S30.000.000 worth, and it is hoped the
figure will be reached by June 30.
Fact is that the Jewish State's economic
development budget is beinq strained almost
to the breaking point. The story is a simple if
painful one.
The plight of North African Jewry, despite
"democratic" advances there, steadily grows
worse. With the Arab countries continuinq
their fulrpination aqainst Israel, intensely na-
tionalistic, anti Jewish sentiment advances
daily in Tunisi. Algeria and Morocco.
The only course for Israel is to keep her
Dr. Adenauer Among Us
West German Chancellor Dr. Konrad Adena-
uer was in the United States this week for high-
level conferences with our government's
officials.
On a brief side-trip, Dr. Adenauer picked up
an honorary degree from Yale University.
The German chancellor represents his peo-
ple's stated determination to remain solidly
identified with the Western democracies.
For the North Atlantic Treaty Organization,
he represents a rearmed Germany just eleven
vears and two months after the surrender of the
Third Reich.
The new German armv continues to remain
a great question mark. For while NATO sees
it as an addition to the forces aqainst Com-
munism, the Russian led East sees it an instru-
ment of American aqgression against the mon-
olithic Soviet empire.
But for a large, amorphous aroup of ob-
servers freedom-loving people allthe new
German army strikes terror at the heart of
repressed memory.
It is this group, perhaps even more than our
government officials, who this week carefully
examined the frail emissary from Bonn. The
"democratization" of Germany thus far has
been principally the result of Dr. Adenauer's
energies and the conviction that his nation
must never again engage in crimes against
humanity.
But even this victim, himself, of concentration
camp Nazism has had to deal with his erst-
while enemies in order to achieve his goal.
How far, Americans wondered this week as
Dr. Adenauer moved among them, did he go in
compromising his ideals to realize what even
NATO leaders admit is a questionable "Ger-
man respectability"?
In the face of these compromises. Dr. Adena-
uer has had often to act sternly with increasing-
ly vocal neo-Nazi elements many of them
lunatic fringe" but some of them in his own
Parliament, who confuse his compromising na-
ture in the name of democracy with a cleverly
silent desire for their resurrection. A venerable
statesman, no one can expect him to remain
long at the helm of a rapidly revived Germany.
The answer to many of these questions will
become apparent when Dr. Adenauer is gone.
His are big shoes to fill, as Yale University's
honor to him indicatesand there is no one on
the German horizon today capable of filling
them to the satisfaction of decent humanity. '
They Make the Rules
With an assist from other UN members, the
Arab bloc won a new round at the United
Nations, when Arab leaders scrapped the
mutually acceptable basis" phrase from Sec-
retary General Daq Hammarskjold's recom-
mendations for peace in the Middle East
following his return from a mission there.
This apparently means that the Arabs will
only play ball if they can make the ground
rules.
Do such sore losers continue to deserve the
respect of other UN member nations to the point
where they are permitted to establish their own
ground rules again?
doors open to the stricken Jews of these areas,
who choose to migrate to the freedom of the
Jewish State. In the face of the cost to Israel
of such an immigration program, the young
republic's leaders must continue their efforts
to keep proportionate pace with the Arab
League's military development.
Neither of these factors immigration and
arms for defense against possible aggression
takes into account the fact that a vigorous
people can only remain vigorous if they main-
tain a program of industrial and economic
progress.
To achieve such progressthe upbuilding of
Israel manufacturing for home consumption,
with a view toward diminishing imports from
overseasAmerican Jewry's investment in Is-
rael Bonds is a necessary element.
So far as defense is concerned, it becomes
increasingly clear that Israel is today in a posi-
tion to buy arms from foreign powers. Weapons
in various classes, from jet fighters down to
hand arms, are available in limited quantities
from France and Canada.
But the Jewish State needs U.S. dollars to buy
them. Without these dollars available
through Israel Bondseven her defense pro-
gram is endangered. In turn, the progress and
survival of her industrial development are
placed into equivalent question.
Greater Miami Jewry has a major role to
play in assurinq the fact that Israel's economic
and military needs shall be fulfilled. By pur-
chasinq Israel Bonds during "Israel Security
Month." the national $30,000,000 goal can be
achieved.
Col. Weizmann Visits Here
Greater Miami takes the opportunity of wel-
coming Col. Ezer Weizmann. He will visit this
area and be guest of honor during an Israel
Bond program Sunday morning at Waldman's
Crown hotel.
Fighter wing commander of the Israel Air
Force. Col. Weizmann represents the indomita-
ble spirit of the Jewish State and its people, who
continue to carve out their destiny as a new
nation in the face of the manifold economic
and military problems besetting them.
Son of Dr. Chaim Weizmann. internationally
renowned chemist and first President of Israel,
he carries on the name of his family in the van-
guard of the Jewish State's defenders.
A former Royal Air Force fighter pilot. Col.
Weizmann assisted in the creation of Israel's
air arm. It has been his personal experience
to see this arm develop from an embryo group
of piper cubs in 1947 to its present state today.
But Col. Weizmann will have much to tell this
community Sunday about the Israel Air Force's
further needs if his nation and his people are
to survive. It will be Miami and American
Jewry's response that "determines the outcome.
Columniu Leo Mindlin fa on ssesNen F II
from our ]enu*lem Bureau by N*r lately.' '"""* tjpj
With i surprising equanimity Israelis have re,
they have to provide the Treasury with anoihlr ,h;-
during the current fiscal year, to bring in at leas ?Tm
needed for defense. This means about 30 Dounrtl f ,h*'
is quite a bit considering that even beforeVimLsSZ^l^ i
tional tax Israelis were among the most heavi^^l? ,h"<
world. y laxed Peop! i,
How this money is to be brought in has ho
lengthy discussions both in the Government and in**., sub'
Committee. For if levied mainly in the form of tSSf^
show up to the cost-ef-living index. The index will thcr^l. J1
which has been pointing toward this past year will mZ r^VK
and neighter the Treasury nor the taxpayer will belv hi."1
Thus, the lawmakers have decided to impose 2 S?*!
mainly on income (which doesn't show on the index. ln*&
such as automobifes. telephones, radio sets. 'nniX*JS
ment and electricity bills above a certain minimum phi, ?
things which will push the index up by a point Treasurer 1*3
will get his money, and the peoplemainly the upper and n*u
stratawill moan but pay up. andmidd
They paid up for the voluntary defense fund, too which
in the Middle of May. Indeed, they paid more than had un been expected, but slightly less than the target In addit "
have been few who have not contributed a week's annual mil
digging defenses in border settlements. From judge* tevw
cians and business executives, to the lowly shanty town dv*
work camp, all went out and all gained by the experience
But it is becoming increasingly difficult for the people to i
ends meet. Prices have been rising steadily, and wore it not fa
fact that great care is being taken to exclude from price rises.
in some cases even subsidizemany of the items which are taken
of when the cost-of-living index is computed mtlatmn would
thrown the economy into bedlam. Nevertheless, when the colk
pressure of the bakers could not be withstood any longer, breadi
rose; when the Treasury decided to cash in on the populations
tooth, it raised the tax on cocoa beans about eightfold, and cl
prices soared (except the ration for children which -hows on u
dex). The journalists got considerable salary boosts, no rj0ubti
papers will soon be dearer.
The index rose steeply in March because of high fresh food|
say the statisticians. Fresh foods are so dear because "legal" en
so tight that settlements have to revert to the sidewalk money-k
who charge fantastic rates; and there is hardly ,. settlement
can cope without credit, all the more since the marketing or
tion pays its bills so late. Moreover, the index is bound to rue I
as basic wages rise.
It is all very complicated. Foreign economists .issert that.
will never get out of the inflationary woods unless wages stop I
pegged to the index and instead are pegged to productivity; andu.
goods become really competitive, as cartels and monopolies are i
ished and prices no longer fixed according to the cu-ting of the i
inefficient producer.
This, in the light of the present setup, sounds revolutionary
would mean that inefficient workers would be fired and :ietin
enterprises go bankrupt, and a government introducing such in
tions would never hope to survive, unless in times of very acutei
and emergency.
The current Middle East crisis is no of such urgency, it
Israelis will pay the taxes demanded of them, and go digging:
their stint of reserve duty; but they would not for a minute .
the increased unemployment which would follow a change-over to
a more competitive economic system.
Indeed, theyand the lawmakers with them are worried _.
the effects the new defense tax will have on their way ot living I
comfort. If a tax is slammed on movie or conceit tickets or car
and cigarettes, it would mean some belt-tightenmi: to many. Ml
that is a good thing; for despite all the sinister talk and waitingl
comes out of the Arab States, the Israelis earn .'n with theirs
day lives and problems as though the crisis will not sharpen.
It isn't complacency. It is their good, healthy way of .
things into the right perspective. If a real emergency come*, si
political or economic, they'll forget the prices ,,t movie ticket!
all other things and rise to the occasion as tin > did so ofu
the past.
UJA Reveals $40 Mar* is Passed
Continued from Pag* 1 A
The loans are being sought]
periods ranging up to five
and will be repaid out of '
UNITiD NATIONS ROSTER
"THi 0NIY WAY Wi'U HAVE HACl"
nisi a when they say that the Jew-
ish minorities will receive the P**d fulure P1"000^
same rights and privileges as the William Roscnwald, gf*"J
rest of the population," Mr. Leavitt chairman of the UJA. ad
declared. "These assurances, how- the conference Saturday
ever, do not satisfy the Jews when clared that "North Africa i
at the very same time no stop is ues to be the area of tew*"
put to the looting of Jewish stores turmoil and of greatest; ei
and the kidnapping for ransom of this due in part lo ^7".
leading Jewish personalities." snd propaganda h,cnJj*".
Edward M. M. Warburg. UJA whipping up animosity tn i
president who presided at the final North Africa. Mr. **"
Marion, told the delegates that clared. "more Jews inai
not since Hitlers attack upon the fore are asking lor neap .
Jews of Europe have so many Jews for Israel Bee inning i
been in danger and in need Of October, when the Egypw"
help." He cited in particular "the deal was revealed, wv*
danger of attack that faces Israel's Israel stepped up tnr
people, including hundreds of migration from "*.
thousands of refugees who fled annually. Mr.
to Israel because they were facing
attack elsewhere, and the tension
in North Africa which has led
thousands of Jews to ask for re-
settlement in the new State."
The $40,000,000 loan project,
which the delegates approved, is
headed by Dewey D. Stone, of
Brockton, as well as Morris W.
Berinstein. of Syracuse, NY. Both prevail this summer in
are national chairmen Of the UJA. even greater urteaii*! tbm
o fled annuaiiy. ----- .:.
facing ed. "Actually h, .*
tension been proceed"* at the
50.000 annually, and la*
it rose to a rate of 60.000
lv," he said.
Israel Premier David Ben,
Ion. in a cable to Uie confer,
told the assembled Jewi* "1
that "the atmosphere oi P**
Israel


June
IS, 1956
Mia
Wing Commander Will ApDearaTionH^rk^ "7 *,.
Z ZZ> Z r JSZZZ Bond Conf^ Panel Slated Sunday
... m Israel's War ,.f i ^i____"">seif native of israpl k-u^... *
,, rrm r-v- ~ nr.M.iann distinguished himself n-.i ,
Bonds, said *; Workers for, duri w War u e' Fo"wing his service ,. r u P^'med in May S fo
In 1951, he went to England for
the RAF Staff College!
returning home to set
uon of Am. ,ca and f """* *- ,ead,nC con- *'WcSb^X S I ? "* "* Sta" 3"d C~
of ,, national board of cert halls, Including Town Hall te* Md trainingKeteafC \COam of the Israel Air Force
, < lhe Israel Bonds or-, and T.mes Hall. -. in ,h, Ar*b l**** which he commanded for 18
" __________________'.l*- Wtim" i, i ,,hr,-, or UberSon! SUbse(,u,"' >! m,,n,h'; Since December, 1953. he
Page 6 A
pected to attend Sunday's meet-
ing, Sher said. "This is the most
important gathering so far in
'Security Month' and our commu-
nity should have a hearty welcome
for one of Israel's greatest heroes."
Kh Kiwanis Give Sinai $1,090 for Dental Care to Needy
.^aaVaW. m' aaVtt ....
ai been commanding a fighter
wing, including jet planes.
More than 400 persons are ex
1 I amp. iblton L !
Wemki. and 8muel H. &

Boy Scovt Receives Top
Awards at Ceremony Here
Bank of Eagfe scout and the
were presented to Charles P.ver of
iTroopaj}. ****, oJEZZ
the troop s headquarters, the Man-
na m Normandy Isle.
Scout Piver. 15 years old, is
Junior Assistant Scoutmaster of
I Troop 321 and is a member of the
football squad of Miami Beach
High School. He resides with his
parents at 8851 Carlyle ave., Surf-
side.
CROWN FENCE
ngster Frances Waters, in dental chair.is given personal
ration by Dr. J. Harold Klock (far left), ch'airman of depart-
it of dentistry and oral surgery at Mount Sinai. Occasion
1,000 presented by Kiwanis club of Miami Beach for pa-
sts' care at the new hospital dental clinic. Keeping Frances
peny are Kiwanians Byron H. Williston (center) and
card A. Wien. also vice president of Mount Sinai hospital
right). r '
Kiwanis club of Miami
has given a $1,000 check
Sinai lm-pital to pay for
care of children treated in
pital'x new dental clinic.
cbeck wa> presented to J.
Lewis \ ice president and
if Mt. Sinai, by Myron H.
ias a personal representa-
layes Wood, Kiwanis club
m.
contribution was collected
duh- Big Brothers' Com-
baaded by Leonard A.
i who iv also a vice president
Don sec i.in.hi hospital and
mn of the committee on ho-
laotels an ..|.;.rtments of the
i hospital development
Afeefing on Worth Shore
Mrs, Allen Acker, newly elected
president of North Shore Slater-
hood, chaired a meeting Tuesday
noon at the Center.
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'* J Harold Klock. chair-
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Btlstr>' and oral surgery; Dr.
-| Thorpe member of the
dital staff; and Samuel
ho|ui.i| executive di-
Equipment for the hospital
dental clinic has been provided
by the Rotary club of Miami
Beach. All dental work is being
done without charge by members
of the Mt. Sinai hospital depart-
ment of dentistry and oral sur-
gery.
Additional Kiwanians active on
the dental project were George
Okell, Jr.. Bill Sterling Michael
M. Tobin and Bob Simons, board
sponsor for tthe Big Brothers'
Committee.
Other members of the hospital
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Max Orovitz, hospital president.
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Jewisti fkrkJinri
Friday. Ju^ J5
0 & % 0 fl
Seven girls are Bas Mitzvah at B'nai Zion
Congregation in Key West. Spiritual leader
Rabbi Abraham Schwartz is shown with
(left to right) Judy Yellin. Rhoda Shafmer.
Sally Lewinsky. Anita Orling, Shelly Elias,
Roberta Blatt and Sharon Grossman.
Key West Congregation Has its First
Confirmation as Seven Bas Mitzvah
For tho fii-t limp in the history
of B'nai Zion Congregation at Key
t, Fla seven girls were
liimed and became Baa MHzvtJi at
monk Sundaj Mas IS.
Rabbi Abrafa un Schwartz, B'nai
/1 n spiritual leader, officiated
tion chi Inn in .'"
seph Pearlman presented the u i r K
with certificates of confirmation.
Dental Fraternity
Names Dr. Green
Annual installation ol ofi i
thi Upha Omega dental fra-
held Sat-
i) at the Eden Roc hotel
Dr Robert Utowitx, regent, In-
led the following officers:
- sident, Dr. ii.ttv Green; presi-
i it-elect. Dr. Alfred Augustine;
etary, Dr. [rving Gordon;
i easurer, Dr ESverett Blaaberg;
ii. Dr. Harold Friedman
Officers of the Auxiliarj la
stalled b> Mra. George Graham:
president, Mrs. Jack Lands-
berg; first vice president, Mrs.
N red Augustine; second vice
idem. Mr>. Seth Rhodes; cor-
f- ponding secretary. Mrs Stan-
h'der; recording secretary.
I. Morton Ziak; historian. Mrs
Mai Tendrich; treasurer. Mrs.
S muel Kohlenberg
president Dr Arthur Sok-
was honored with a special
I tor outstanding work m
fraternity," and Mrs Edward
gill as pa t
of tl Auxllii
These include Judy # Yellin.
Rhoda Shaffner. Sallv Lewinsky.
Anita Orlmu. Shelly Elias, Roln-rta
Blatt and Sharon GiXMSmaB,
Keynote address was delivered
by Joseph Earlman, and Charles
Aronovita greeted confirmands and
Vile-'
Aronovit/. president of Bnai
Zion, is the brother of former
Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz and
father of Miami attorney and civic
leader Sidney Aronovit/
Presenting confirmands with
"!ut" Bibles Sophie
I'earlman. presidrmt of the Ladies'
Auxiliary Mrs. Rith Roltabergwai
program chairman
Also p.irticipatmc were Sunday
school teachers Mrs Clara Iap-
schitz. Mrs. Ray Applerouth and
Mrs. Mitzie Cohen.
Two Named to Dade
Posts of Florida Bar
Announcement has been made
of election of David P. Catsman
as president and Harry Zukernick
as member of the executive com-
! mittee and regional representative
| for Dade county of the Real Prop-
erty. Probate and Trust Section of
1 the Florida Bar.
Catsman is a Miami Beach attor-
ney, a director of Jewish Family
Service and a member of the Mia-
mi Beach Housing Authority.
Zukernick is a past president of
the Miami Beach Bar Assn.. direc-
tor of Welfare Planning Council
and past chairman and member of
District it. Welfare Board
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Goldman Succeeds
Matilda Ratner as
Bureau President
Sol Goldman, founder and pub-
lisher of The Jewish Record of
St. Louis at the age of 21. and now
local realtor, has been elected
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Goldman is a former president
of the Foreign Language News-
papers of St. Louis and former vice
president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater St. Louis.
He served as vice president of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
here for the past six years, has
been chairman of the Hebrew
Teachers Board of License, is fi-
nancial secretary of Temple
Emanu El. a member of the hoard
of governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, comptroller of
the Hebrew Academy and Jewish
National Fund
He lives at 2444 Flamingo pi.
with his wife. Frieda, and daugh-
ter. Nan'
Other officers elected for the
coming year include honorary
presidents Louis Heiman. Max
Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Matilda
if. Ratner; honorary vice presi-
dents, Israel Shapoff. Harry Simon-
hoff, Joseph Duntov; vice presi-
dents, Harold Thurman, Meyer A.
Baskin. Harry Arthur Greenberg;
secretary. Charles E. Gottlieb:
treasurer. Ehiel Lesowoder; and
executive director, Louis Schwartz-
man.
Report Sharett Balks at Leaving
Cabinet as Row Shaping With Guri
rnlin,..^ #,-, D_ 1 A 1_ .. "U|
Continued from Pay* 1 A
three prominent candidates consid-'the party position has d f
ered for the job. has indicated that departure for onev. lay*l
she would not accept the job. un-l's scheduled to he-.ri "*
i *n Israel i
less drafted for it. A party com-'gation at a session
mittee refused to consider trans- national Labor Organ)
ferring Levi Eshkol from his fi- One "compromis*"
nance post. Mrs. Myerson. who has bruited about Mapai circi
been suggested as a likely candi- the formation of a "cniioJ l!
date for the foreign affairs post reUriaf -
Meeting on Beach
Slates Film, Review
First monthly meeting of the head the party,
new administration of Miami
reianat consisting of MetJ
Gunon. Sharett and SSI
Mrs. Myerson. which ^
.Wwty capacity u> *Z!i
strong personality" mZ*\
Beach Bnai Brith lodge will be Card Party Monday
held Wednesday evening at the! Miami chapter, Cto 0r
Algiers hotel. Lodge president is P,ans a card party and |u
George Kronengold. j Monday noon al the R,
A movie. "Man on a Bus." will fi"?:1?;7 "*"*
. ., L ", to an announcement this
be shown. Also scheduled is a re-. Mrs. Sarah Sparr, preSL
port on the book. "Cross Cur-' mittee includes the
rents." to be given by Edwin Mar- Rose Pertes, Fay
ger.
Gladys Weiss.
Mesdj
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Emanu-EI's PTA Marks Father's Day
Icmnlf Kmanu.PI kIJ u..... ..... ___ J
rempk Emanu-El held its an-
nual Father's Day brunch under
0e niisnyes of th TeniD|s par.
ont-Teacher Assn. last Sunday.
Commencing wnn a swrv.ce in
the chapel conducted by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, the occasion was
highlighted by an original pro-
duetion written and directed by
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. Stars of
"Life With Father" were Jean
Kaufman, Trudy Yunes. Sally Han-
koff. Mildred Killman, Carol lin-
ger and Dena Feller.
Along with Mrs. Eugene Troop,
chairman, were designers and ex-
ecutors of the costumes, Mrs. Joel
Newman, Mrs. Joseph Abelow and
Mrs. Norman Ciller.
ifjmation class of 1956 at Temple Zion
ponding left to right) Joan Loss, Sandra
V, Phillis Jacobowitz, Diana Brandt, Ruth
Susan Helman, Adrienne Bach,
Cordon and Rosalind Bowers.
lit
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Seated are Rochelle Weiss Bnrnu. n ^
spiritual leader Rabbi AhEd Waxman T**
-.h Schackter and R.tale.t^^ilt
tion exercises were held May 15.
imer Symphony
)s First Concert;
ton Gould Due
lymmrr i -<>n is almost
the comn unity, and this
ipop concert lime.
rrvt.v nl Miami Summer
fcony Onhc Ira will open the
its serie* "f summer pro-
fur the -i\th consecutive
n Sund,i> i vi ning. June 17,
(Miami Beach auditorium.
[fn Gould, internationally
ned American composer and
rtor. will I Mi>t on the
. Tap dance artist Danny
will he soloist. Anticipat-
or)' response to the concert,
thestra will .i.'ain be led by
ould on Sunday, June 24,
Ir. Danu-1- appearing for an-
ht
17 conrrrt will feature
valier \\ iltzes by Richard
; L'Arle~i i Bizet: two Spanish dances
Quel I)e Falla; and an ar-
nt by Mr Could of George
i opera. "Porgy and
Daniel- v :i appear in Mr.
I Tap Dane.' Concerto, with
thestra also performing
and Deserted Ball-
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Miami Hebrew School and Congregation held confirmation
exercises Sunday. May 27. Standing (left to right) are Haiman
Clein, Richard Pierce, Bernard A. Welkind, confirmation
teacher and Sunday school principal, Harvey Meltzer, Howard
Schweitzer. Seated are Rabbi Simon April and Sharyn Fisher.
room," two other Gould works.
Mr. Gould was born December
10, 1913 in Richmond Hill, NY.
At the age of four, he started to
play the piano and improvise
spontaneously, and at six he had
his first composition published.
"Just Six." He studied piano with
Miss Abby Whiteside and composi-
tion with Dr. Vincent Jones.
His early life was filled with in-
tensive academic study and con-
certizing until 17 years oi age. At
this time. Mr Gould entered the
more commercial aspects of music.
His composition- have been per-
formed by the leading symphony
orchestras anil under the outstand-
ing sy.m phony conductor- Mr.
Gould has appeared as guest con-
ductor with some of the leading
symphony orchestras and musical
organizations in programs of his
own works.
JNF Lawyers Group
Will Hear Leaders
Luncheon for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund lawyers committee
will be held at Waldman s Crown
hotel Friday noon.
Alvin Cassel. Beach attorney, is
temporary chairman of the com-
mittee, whose purpose i- to ac-
quaint clients ready to make last
will- ami bequests with the work
i.i the Jewish National Fund.
Abe Tuvim, national director of
Jewish National l-\im\ Founda-
lions, will come from New York
to address members of the com
mitti
Daniel M Broad, president of
the JNF Council oi Greater Mi-
ami Dr. Zev Kogen. South-
eastern director of J.nI- activities)
will participate in the met tin-.
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Miami UF Graduate
Gets High Awards
Ihnry David Forer graduated
with high honors last week from
the University of Florida School
Ol Business Administration, ma-
joring in accounting.
He WM swarded the inter-frator-
nit) citation as -outstanding fra-
ternity graduate." The award is
for outstanding service and
I, adership to the l' of fraternity
mi and for the graduate's own
nitj l< adership and scholar-
ship.
. 'i second In scholar-
in a class ol 1.100 with an
..II arsm*1 of A.92., lie, a>
also pre-MN I tor- I" i itatandta
( student" with the hi
Forer tly elected to the
Seminole B il
ei! vice president ol Florida Mine
Ke; for the coming year Be serv-
ed as treasurer ol this organisation
He is pas) president of Beta
Gamma Signa, honorary business
rnity, and past president oi
the Florida Debate Society ia
also past president of Tan Kappa
Alpha, honorarj debate fraternity
Hi was a memiier of the University
'Health and Happiness'
Theme at Forum Meet
Health and Happiness club will
present a panel discussion on
"Health and Happiness" at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th at
and Ocean ct Sunday evening.
Speakers are Mrs. Fannie Prits-
ker, president of the Theosoph-
icjt s < a ty of Miami: Herbert
Mutner. Beach attorney; and Dr.
N S Hanoka, physician, author
and lecturer
Harrj K.-rshaw, president, will
act at moderator.
Rabbi TeHs Confab Sages CaBed^
Gradual Integration of the Rm
Rabbi Tiber H. Stern, spiritual the sages of old t, ^
ader of Congregation Beth Jacob, u.l integration ./t^*
itnmrH frnm th. OiMh .nni..n_. _!_ .. B'"u"n 01 the rw.
Two Beach Boys
Lead Successful
Business Venture
A bustnoM "Wi'ii
i Un it' la by two
your !'. 11 boj -. baa be-
come so successful that ii is now
in the pi I expansion.
'it. i ooeei n's executives are
n I4."> Jeffereon are
and Paul Kwitney, 423B Boyal
Local Eye Man
Head of Confab
I>r S O. Schenider was gen-
,1 the National
Optometric Congres's convening in
Miami Beach the ireeh of June 10.
Headquarters' hotel was the Sev-
ille, with the S;ms Souci. Sea Isle.
Saxon) .ml < apri.
Greater Miami optometriati on
committees with l)r Schneider
w.re Kolwrt C Garvin and Dr.
Marshall Wright, steering: Dr.
.lames l.oomis. reception; Dr. Don-
ald F Conant and Dr. Emanuel
1'iishkin. advisory; Dr. John H.
Keone. hospitality: and Dr. Agnes
Sutton Austin, education.
londa debating team dur.m ,... w Business headquarters. Courshon on Committee
1 'h,v Weddings Unlimited performs
He is also a member of the Pi ,| wrvices Evolved in arranging
Eta Sigma, honorary scbolarshJp for weddings. Bar Mitavahs. cater-
rnity. and pasl president ol ,,, ,,,,,,,., ,,, ,,.. ,,.,,,.
Pi Lambda Phi. social fraternity. .(llir m M MVM llme
He i- the son ol Mr and Mrs ,,,,.,.,,. penae." Tumpaon
I 2121 SU 24th BVC ,,| Kwitl ,, ..;in(| ,h,.rl.
\
Beth Emeth Will
Break Ground
For New Building
is no a ent- "
'I'm ..i
of photography, the printing Ol
invitations and "Thank You"
cards, weddin] rings an.I hands.
tUXedo rentals. Iindal gouns.
flower-, catering, liquor, record-
ings, orchestras and entertain-
ment.
Tumpaon, a photographer, is a
Arthur H. Courshon, chairman
of the hoard of the Washington
! ederaJ savings and Loan 4r*.
has been appointed to the attor-
ney's committee of the United
States Savings and Loan League.
Me will represent South Florida
associations in League matters.
ft _ej^gpjjjj>' s rao n
h Emeth Congregation will
hold official groundbreaking cerc-
moi day afternoon. June 17
on .ts recently purchased property ur;il|11;i;,. [ the'lUy"Vogue School
at 122nd st. and N\v 2ml aw* for t Photography in Chicago. III..
the erection ,,( a new building. i Art institute of Chicago and Pro-
The program will be highlighted greaaive School of Color Photog-
n addre- bj Rabbi l*hrman. raph>. an affiliate of Yale Cm
oi i.mpie Emanu-EI other gueata vtrahj In addition, he is a board
will be Rabbi Abraham Herson, of | member ol the Multiple Sclerosis
Tifereth Israel and Mayor Joe
Ludii k of N Miami.
The groundbreaking ceremony
Will take | lacs on the second an-
the filing of Beth
ii charter. The past two
i en l'.et h Emeth pro-
troin meetings In private
hone- The current got] i- to oh-
the h h Hoi) Days ... their' Slthrhmi Slates Affair
,IU" "'"'; I Sisterhood ol Tifentb Israel
Future phUU for Beth Emeth North-ide (enter will hold a
include I Sunday and Hebrew luncheon and swim party at the
ol, nursery school and play- s,",r,hi"" Norman hotel Tuesday.
, ., ... June 1!. from 10 y.m to 3 p.m
I. [here will also ix- a varie-
Assn here and last year was
awarded a trophy by the (ireater
Miami Council ot Young Adults
as outstanding young adult of
Dade COSJBt)
Kwitney is a faculty member
at Temple Kmanu Fl and law# stu-
dent at the University Ol Miami.
t) 11 activities for youth group
ii r aduit-
Zionist District
Election Slated
Miami Zionist District will have
annual election of officers Tues-
light, June 19, at Koubak Can-
1> according to A. Arthur Fekel-
. lent <,t the district
A film festival will feature the
Southern premiere of the latest
iilms made in Israel bj some of
Hi Uywood'a top actors, a
hour will follow the meeting.
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I returned from the 20th anniversa-
ry convention of the Rabbinical
Council of America in Washington.
DC. last week.
Torah session of the convention. .
dedicated to aspects of legal guid-J mentation of
ance of Jewish life, was addressed mic integrationiWil hi T
by Rabbi Stern. Topic of his paper 'n of
dealt with 'Biblical and Talmudic!. Dr. Bernard I'oupfc,, ^
Point of View of Racial H^]*& presided^
The numerical ethn,.W,cial and ^Z, nT""? "
.-uithropobca* isotor. have guided scope and
told the convention pjS
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ligious directory i^waaars
form.
OATH ISRAEL. 7*0i Carlyle
lrfhodox. Rabbi Umc Ever.
-., Saturday :0 h m. S*r-
l K.ult Kind
rUJ.:,ln o( the t* there"
.
HE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

j DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
-.five. Rabbi Yaekov Rown-
Cantor William W. Lipon.
.- | 11 "The Triple
' i..', Saturday 9 a.m. Mar
of Mr and Mm.
J EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
- Rabbi Shmaryehu T. Swir-
Centor Louis Gartefshewe.
Satnrda y H SO ;i m.
11 iiuum of ill.. N. m
ill "BtBl
i i n. ^
TH EMETH. 12201 MW i*ib
TH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
,E. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
Maj M n re Bar-
ii "atthlea of
I" y m. ^
JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
| iv*. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Maurica MamcheV
lunla) I '.ii a.m.
mi Ri ]ii t Contl-
ETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
| Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Backer.
S.-i -
"The ri
Uhli | of III, I ".I h. I h p ill.
TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
ox. Rabbi Jotaph E. Reckov-
GABLES CENTER. 320
i avt. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Cantor Irving Robinson.
Si i imin : "iiM we.-n
ninarv 13 .. in. Bar Mlts-
Vll i ml lira, Har-
fckman

UGLER GRANADA. 50 NW
n. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
lurda I a.Wl Bar
Mi. h ..n uf Mr. and Mm.
in "Lav.* ,.inl
REW ACADEMY. 911 6th
| Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
LEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
way. Conservative. Rab-
ri RKkovsky.
n the
N I Sin Satuidu\ :>
Mill M n Cowa

KSTEAD CENTER. 1t3 NE
th st. Homestead. Consarvativa.
Morris Certz officiate*.

. "i>YW000 BE SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st.. Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Larar

HOLLYWOOO TEMPLE SINAI
2030 Polk at.. Hollywood. Conserv-
at.ve. R.bbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
t,'i,,:' "' Harmon: The la, .,
Ml ,.ii,i M i !,.,. i. s v>||
a.in Bet-mon: 'We. i, ,
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Kri.i., >.:.. p m natw I ,
I.., MftavMb .
Mrs Ha in H.'inian
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan. Cantor Abraham Seif.

LAUDERDALE EMANUEL.
ISOI S. Andrews ave., Ft. Laudar-
dale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran
son.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th $t.
and NE livh ave. Consarvativa.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
) 1, |. hi. Serm. ii Tl
Of Pi :,
Beach 66 Lodge
Eg&te&M Will Sponsor Rally
Independence Day
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TEMPLE Z.ON. 5720 SW 17th
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N
MMM ava. Consarvativa. Rabbi
GUnti *" C*ntr A'b'rt
1*1 nl.ii \ la i. in v...... ,,
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemar.
Krlilay *.20 | ni. S.ilui.l..> s .;,| h m
rfmn. l....,kuu- Ka.-k '

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservativa. Rabbi
Henry Okoli:a. Cantor Maurica
Neu.
PVtdai K:13 i> m .- Whs I '
U eak :li. Iili
I m\ III '
Ai ,M.I.I Sli n .iii.l Mi Max
Rudolf.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservativa. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
a e a
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemar.
Krlil.iy 1:15 i in. Sal ii .l.i -- 10 I'. .1.111.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ava. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
' M)S-
''' Irvlni Perlman.
Youth Group Holds Tea;
fxplain /deals, Program
N;u Kith B.B.t; held | tea re-
cently at the home of Mi-- Arlene
Both, 520 NW 40th et.
Ideall nf -Nai Rith and an ex-
planation of the M ll program
were explained hy Mi-. Julia Suss-
man. president, and Miss Barbara
Miller. MIT. mother.
New M LT.'a are Menia Ichovitz.
Shirley Leitson and Rachel Me
chaan.
Donor Luncheon Scheduled
Sisterhood of Hialeah Miami
! Springs Jewish (enter will hold
a donor luncheon and swim party
on June 19. at the Miami Airways
hotel.
For the ninth consecutive year
M.,ami Beach 'odge of Bnai Brith
will hold a community-wide pa-
triotic rally at Flamingo Park July
4. it has been announced by George
Kronengold, president of the
, lodge.
President elect Jack M. Fink and
f"T>hon S. Miller, pa.st president,
win serve as co-chairmen of the
affair. A full musical program will
be furnished through the courtesy
<'f Miami Federation of Musicians.
Honor Guard will be provided by
the Jewish War Veterans of Miami
, Beach. Post 330.
Serving on the committee with
the cochairmen are Judge Charles
Ocrtler. Daniel M. Broad. Marry
Milton Lazer, Edward H. Levin
Burnett Roth. Meyer Tcigman and
Saul Weingarten.
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
ifa Brunwner.
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GOD IN SEARCH OF MAN. A Philosophy of Judaism. By Abraham
J. Hoschol. Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. Now York. 437 pp. $5.00.
There should be a way to celebrate properly this book. The ex-
citement that a milestone of scholarship inspires, the uplifting and
certitude and full pleasure that a work of art which has wrestled
truth, mastered it. and yielded it in a compelling vision of enormous
revelance---these are things "God in Search of Man" win from the
reader.
When the first installment of this two-volume work was publish-
ed. "Man is Not Alone," in 1951. Reinhold Niebuhr acclaimed its
author "one of the treasures of mind and spirit who enriched our
American culture." This estimate will be confirmed with the reading
of each extraordinary page of this truly monumental work.
Subtitled "A Philosophy of Judaism." "God in Search of Man" is
without hyperbole a religious philosophy of and for our time. The
depressing, wasteful confusions which have to our inestimable loss
pit philosophy against religion, science and reason against faith, God
against man, are herein dispelled with such remarkable clarity and
penetration, and above all, persuasiveness, that only tbe obdurate can
hereafter find comfort in these spurious opposites. The thoughtful
reader will know that here the true perspective stands corrected on
these ultimates of human existence and that a direction toward their
understanding is remarkably revealed.
This great work is in three parts: God. Revelation, Response. In
opening the first section. Dr. Heschel perceptively defines the relative
functions of philosophy, science, and reason, their instrumental value,
their uniqueness, and limitations in bringing knowledge of the pheno-
mena of the universe to man. He then divests religion of the cant
and distortion it has suffered and he restores its overwhelming ele-
mental meaning, its power to deal with radical self-understanding.
with the primacy of the person in his concrete situation, with those
ultimate issues on which we stake our existence.
From his examination of the meaning oa* religious existence.
Dr. Heschel approaches the central thesis: How do we understand
ourselves in terms of Biblical thinking?
The remainder of Part I informs what the Bible, the prime source
of understanding the world "from the point of view of God." con-
ceives God to be how we approach God. our reasons for believing in
the realness of God. what God demands of man. his earthly proxy.
Here too extend the avenues of the sublime, of the sense of wonder,
awe and fear and reverence, which lead into the precinct of the Divine.
How do we know these demands of God upon Man? The problem
of Revelation as a super-rational means of communication is defined
in Part II with sucb cogent insight that doubt must fall silent. Pro-
phetic inspiration. God and history. Israel's concern with time not
space, events not concepts are fused and focused in brilliant depth of
understanding.
How does man respond to these Divine demands communicated
in sanctified time? Part III, epitomizing the Jewish response, unfolds
the Bible's blueprint for fashioning God's righteous men. Through
'divinity in deeds" the Jew. indeed man, responds, through concrete
action, through obedience to the pattern of law inspired by the inten-
tion of love he learns to live in the holy dimension. Sin and evil, the
self and freedom are natural and organic within the Biblical view.
Above all. Judaism stands the indestructible challenge to the sover-
eignty of any one value, the ego, the state, nature, or beauty.
At the very time Dag Ham-
marskjold was in Israel on his
famous Middle Kast "peace" mi*
JOB, the Israel Government was
playing host to another visitor
the firt Egyptian newspaper-
man admitted to the country
since the war of liberation.
Twenty three year old Ibrahim
Izzat. a correspondent for the
Egyptian weekly "Rose El Yous-
sef." spent 12 days in Israel, in-
terviewing Jews and Arabs, mili-
tary men and civilians, men and
women in the street as well as
men and women high in the gov-
ernment like Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett and Minister of
Labor Golda Myersoh.
What's more, Izzat's first-hand
report on Israel received full
treatmenta four-page "spread"
one weekin the Egyptian maga-
zine which, of course, had to pass
official censorship. Stranger still,
Izzat apparently received full
blessing for his reportage from
the highest man in Egypt's gov-
ernment. Col. Gamal Abdel Nas-
ser himself.
The effect here of Izzat's visit
to Israel and of Egypt's official
sanctioning of his report was
electric. Two q u t s t i o n s were
posed immediately: (A) Did Col.
Nasser know that Izzat was visit-
ing Israel before the news was
published? (B) Did Mr. Ham-
marskjold know that Israel had
allowed an Egyptian newspaper-
man to visit, interview, and leave
with freedom to write as he
wished?
The second question is answer-
ed more easily. The secretary
general is known for his careful
practice of "quiet diplomacy." If
Israel officials told bim of Izzat's
visit, as an example of their will-
ingness to reestablish direct con-
tact with the Egyptians, the Ulf
chief would be tbe last person to
reveal such information. To the
first question, as to Nasser's ad-
vance knowledge, one can only
guess the answer. But whether
Nasser knew in advance or not is
less important thra the fact that,
after Izzat's return from Israel,
he gave a formal interview to
Izzat and, furthermore, permitted
"Rose el Youssef" to publish
Izzat's reports.
Everyone here felt that Israel's
BORIS SMOLAR
Convention Time Shows Jewish Community in all its Facets
The season of Jewish conventions is currently in
full swing reflecting the many-sided activities of
American Jewry The first to open the season were
the Conservative rabbis. However, their convention
pasted practically unnoticed since it had nothing
new to say on the religious problems facing Ameri-
can Jewry today.
The national B'nai B'rith convention, at which
Secretary Dulles was a guest speaker, has evoked
a much wider interest. So did the convention of
the American Assn. for Jewish Education. The
convention has shown that Jewish leaders are be-
ginning to realize that without proper Jewish edu-
cation the entire Jewish communal structure is
built on sand.
The greatest interest, however, was evoked by
the national conference of Jewish communal work-
ers. At this four-day parley the picture of Jewish
life in this country was presented in full. For the
PAY ID SXHWARTZ
No More Wailing Wall-Tax Bureau Serves as a Substitute
move permitting Izzat's visit was
clever in the extreme. But, it is
felt here, it was more than a good
"public relations" stunt. It was
an event having deep diplomatic
implications. Both Israel's and
Egypt's actions in this matter are
related to that portion of Mr.
Hammarskjold's "peace" mission
report which stated:
"It is my feeling that there is
a general will to peace, and that
this should be fostered and en-
couraged ... By a cooperation
which facilitates for the govern-
ments concerned the taking uni-
laterally of steps to increase con-
fidence and to demonstrate their
wish for peaceful conditions."
Certainly Israel had taken a
step "unilaterally" in the direc-
tion of increasing* confidence
when it admitted Izzat. What is
more astounding, perhaps, is that
Egypt took its own step toward
increase of confidence by not
only allowing Izzat to come back
home after visiting Israel but by
>on*l
appearing civp h
quasi-official s,nctio
recall that visits either b
or to Israel are not dif!'
newspapermen, no mat,*
ineir nationality. The (
in this instance is that
eminent* showed fquti
ness to re-establish
contact, even if only
newspaperman.
It is possible that his rj
its publication in Egypt |
started more than a
paper "scoop ." it js ^
some sort of stop of thisl
have been in Mr.
jold's minrl when he
his report to the Security"!
with these words:
'The final settlement
far off, but even partial i
to harassing problems
region will be a conti
the welfare of the
cerned and to the
world."
Han
peattl
MELTON FRIEDMAN
State Department's Literary Cril
first time, the attitude of the American Jew toward
Jewishness was frankly discussed. Appraisals were
made of the changing Jewish community, and the
role of Jewish community institutions and the
synagogues was presented in proper perspective.
Attention was paid to communal needs in the
small cities and the social responsibility of the
Jewish community centers was re-examined. Prob-
lems concerning Jewish teenagers, broken up Jew-
ish families, the ever-growing number of Jewish
aged stood in the center of the discussions. And so
did problems and methods of combatting anti-
Jewish discrimination, of religion in the public
schools and of the place of religious institutions in
communal life.
Considerable time was devoted to a discussion
of community planning and the use of community
funds by Jewish agencies. Those who attended the
What happened to the Jews who used to visit the
Wailing Wall? Where do they do their wailing now
or have they stopped wailing? Here is something
for the psychologist and sociologist to concern
themselves with. As everyone knows, the Wailing
Wall is located in the Old City now held by Jordan
and a Jew who wants to do a little wailing is out of
luck unless perchance he can find a friendly
shoulder.
Recently, a tourist in Jerusalem asked to be
directed "to the place where they cry." He was
sent to the Income Tax Bureau.

Through television and other mediae, the face
of Ben Gurion is probably more familiar to Ameri-
cans than the faces of many of America's own
Anne Frank, the .little Jewish
girl who refused to hate her Nazi
tormentors, is once more a victim.
The stageplay version of "The
Diary of Anne Frank" won the
Pulitzer Prize and the New York
Drama Critics Award as the "best
American play of 1055-56." But
it lias apparently not won the
hearts of the State Department s
policymakers.
The play waa the leading choice
of the International Exchange
Program's panel of experts to
npneeat America at the forth
coming annual Paris festiva].
Soaaeone in the State Depart-
ment, however, apparently de-
cided that an an ti-Nazi story was
wndersirabte at time when
Secretary Dulles is trying to per-
suade West Germany to pot a
500.000-man army into the field.
After the decision against Anne
Frank became known, the State
Department hastened to deny
that the motivation was political
expediency. There was an embar-
rassed and unconvincing explana-
tion that the United States had
decided not to participate at all
in this year's festival. The Soviet
Union observed developments
and happily pointed out that Rus-
sia and the satellite countries
would be represented at Paris as
usual.
Anne Frank and her family
moved from Germany to Holland
to escape Hitlcri-m. When the
Nazis occupied Holland the fard-
ily was forced to flee again. For
want of another refuge they re-
mained in Amsterdam, hiding in
the abandoned half of an old of-
fice building Anne wail
time.
The Gestapo dist
hideout in 1944 It was i
raid that friends 0f the j
found Anne' diary.
contains the thoughts aad|
sions of a young eirl otl
spirit and sensitivity,
through the critical veani
escence It is the cororaH
portrait of a cirl on the I
maturity when the diary i
life reach their tra?ic end.|
died in March. 1949. ia
man concentration cant
gen-Belsen.
Some Germans who
from tbe State
nacification program of i
following the last war are]
if it is wise to bring back I
ism. Thev are coneerned|
whether Germany is to
tion that has an army on
that has a nation.
Against the baekt
State Department efforts |
arm Germany, elements
cial Washington find it na
suppress a play remini:
the Hitler area.
Patrons of the theatre tr|
uproar. Suspicion was
a letter to the New Yorkl
drama editor that "whai
bothers the State Depar
is that this play might
away with all the
pointing up the vast (
between conduct and
in international relations.
ever the case, however, I
ening hypocrisy does us
disservice and fools no
even the Germani
HERBERT G. UJFT
Simple Picture Has Touching Me
year-old Arnold Lavffl
leaders. I imagine more Americans know how he
looks than say. can identify Gov Lausche of Ohio
or Gov. Meyner of New Jersey. A woman from the
midwest wrote to the broadcasting station after
Ed Murrow s recent broadcast that she loved "the
dear old man." referring to Ben Gurion. "and would
Lair" n"1 through his windblown
aJaSlS Lm,lt"fraid that in som* of the *
primaries where they write in the names of candi-
dates, people may take to writing in Ben Gurion',
name as a candidate for American office

,hLd,nt 1,ninklJtht Theodore Herzl ever foresaw
that Israel would sell France over a million dollars
worth of chewing gum in 1956. But it will.
We attended the preview of
"The Rack," MGM's "message"
picture dealing with human atti-
tudes in the face of death. It is
the simple story of an American
army officer (portrayed by new-
comer Paul Newman) who. during
long months of captivity in a
prison of Northern Korea, has
become a traitor against his own
will and now is being court-
martialed for having collaborated
with his Chinese tormentors.
The picture offers a refresh-
ingly healthy approach to the
question of guih and the consci-
ence of man at large. Author
Stewart Stern, who made such an
impact with his screenplay of
'Teresa" a few years ago. again
doesn't pander to flag-waving
cliches. There is young, creative
talent in every department. Pro-
duced by Arthur M. Loew. Jr.,
grandson of the movie tycoon, the
picture was directed by thirty-
ed in the industry as >|
clerk with the late IrW
When I ,n'
Laven late in 1951. *
finished directing and
first motion picture, m*
laboration with prndueri
Levy and Arthur Grd
three ambitious young
ceived the idea of
their own movie comi
they served togethe' w
Corps during world wa
1951, Levy. Gardner i
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eachborrowed the
made their first
movie. "Without *
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Exciting wedding news this week tells about the
nuptials Sunday between Marilyn Louis, Kurman
and Bernard Friadkin. .
Formal rites will take place at Beth David Con-
gregation. Marilyn is the daughter of N.tti. ,d
Aba Kurman, long-time community leaders here
Bernard is the son of Joseph Friedkin and a law
student at the University of Miami. Previously, he was on
ir- campus at Gainesville. .
kUrilyn has chosen a beautiful waltz-length white organdy
pink mbroidery, scooped neck and a pink insertion in the
For her going-away costume, she'll wear a blue sheath dress
jacket and white accessories. .
NUrilyn and Bernard will be at home at 718 Valencia, Coral
after their wedding trip.
Dr. nd Mrs. Man Pepper, 2101 SW 17th st.. left Sundav for
ladelpriia. where they'll attend Dr. Max's silver class reunion at
Berson Medical College. With the couple are daughter Nancy
*At the same time, they'll celebrate their silver wedding anni-
,0. To make the occasion complete, son Marshall will also
I the Peppers. .
As if all this weren't coincidence enough. Marshall is himself
Mfersim nied student.
U will be a July and August vacation on the continent for
vhiatrist Dr. I. Leo Fishbein and wife Elizabeth. .
bey sailed Tuesday from Montreal, Canada, on the Castel
with daughters Anne Marc i a and Karen* .
The doctor plans to attend psychiatric clinic sessions at the
jver>it> 11 Vienna while Elizabeth and the children are listening
music festivals in Salzburg, Austria. .
In August, Dr Fishbein plans to be present at a meeting of
World Federation of Mental Health in Berlin. .
H'rap-up of the trip will include an auto tour of Italy. France,
nany and Denmark, with the Fishbeins carrying ample phnto-
phic equipment to record the exciting event v
Speaking of Kuropean tours. Miss Florence Badanes sails June
Ion the New Amsterdam for Le Havre. .
Ion the New Amsterdam for Le Havre. .
Florence will spend three weeks in Paris, then leave for Zur-
Lucerne. Vienna, Frankfort. Brussels, Antwerp, Rotterdam,
iterrlam, Copenhagen. Stockhold. .
Whcww O-Io.Stavanger, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London.
tnce will he back in Miami come September.
For the Irving Laibsone, 8230 Hawthorne ave, June will be a
[month. .
Friday. Irving celebrates his birthday. Oldest son Jay Alan,
[day later i- to be confirmed at North Shore Jewish (enter. .
Coincidence again! June 16 also is the date of the Laibson
ivedding anniversary. .
Incidentally, the couple's in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bauer,
IN. Bay rd. mark 35 years of marriage June 21.
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The Nethen C. Bobroffs, 5801 Riviera dr.. will become a bigger
fj in August, when their son, Geoffrey, 12. expects a baby
fcer or sister. Bobroff is vice president of Washington Fed-
rings and I-oan Assn. Wife Helen was formerly employed
. The George Chertkofs, of Hardee rd., are announcing to
ads that they are changing their name to Cheren Off to
delph.a last week was Mrs. Harry (Use) Simonhoff. .
Enroii'- en days ago from a magicians" conference in Havana
|ki> borne in Klmhurst. 111., was Dr. Harlan Tarbell .
addition to being, as his card will tell you. "a master ma-
meniah-t and expert in "eyeless visum," Dr. Tarbell is
Ptaaprapathist ..
on for the stopover was to meet with long-time fi
fiorie Stoneman Douglas, the noted author, whom he met in
daring w..rid War I.
Dr. T. and Mist Douglas dined at the Candlelight Inn in Coco-
jGruu and reminisced over days gone by.
Mrs. Henry Liebman, 1004 Meridian ave.. is leaving for Israel
I will ho gone a whole year. .
i*ith her will be daughter Mrs. Bernice Honig and children,
^ and Daniel .
Mr first .top will be Haifa. Plans call for Bernice to teach,
Mrs. l does work with Hadassah. .
ISta- the mother of Seymour B. Liebman, president of the
**st region of the Zionist Organization of America.
was the engagement of Frankie Wolfson and Jack
'9 announced here, when friends set off a round of show-
|to honor the couple. .
[Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson revealed the betrothal at a
^"i their home Saturday. One day later, the Sam Goldsteins
">ed at a cocktail buffet in their Alton rd manse. .
' Wednesday, Mrs. Sidney Meyerother half of the Wometco
-and Mrs. William Wolfson were hosts at a kitchen shower
1 luncheon for Frankie in Westview country club. A barbecue
'Wrty follows in the bride-elect's honor at Westview Saturday
'**k*e nd Riy Sehechter, the Charles Goldsteins and Richard
'"sons as hosts. .
L*j*> Planning parties are her brother and sister in law. Mr.
** Louis Wolfson, in their N. Meridian ave. home and Rita
** Fri.dman and Adelaide Tenenboum. .
[n* c.upie Win be married in Asheville. N.C.. next month
end Mrs. Leonard Ahess are scheduling a dinner func-
.J**tv < a rehearsal breakfast will be the Harry Bloombergs
'** Leonard Bauer.
^J*ing a round of bon voyage affairs, Mr. and Mrs. David
* 4635 Granada blv rtri" Harold and Harriot accompanying them.
Wednesday, the Rifaa family boarded the Queen Elizabeth
n the summer touring Europe.
gLJgwfol, FloridKoun
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 15, 1956
Section B
Sponsors Tea Slated at Brtckeil Avenue Home of Mrs. Sapiro
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami install officers at luncheon in
Biscayne Terrace hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Murray Glad-
stone, president; Mrs. Gerald Soltz, past president of Greater
Miami Women's Council; and Mrs. Murray Lazarus, outgoing
president, who receives a plague "in appreciation of her out-
standing service" during past two years of tenure.
Bathing Suits Old
And New Will
Be Their Theme
"Dearie. Do You Remember
When" will he the theme song "f
I he United Order True Slaters
when they turn hack the Clock
Saturday night at the bfonte Carlo
hotel.
Members of (he organization I
model old-fasl bathii
A barbershop quartet will accom-
pany each model with the
"Cij Nineties"
In direct contrast, the second
half of the program will inclu
teen age fashion shoa ol modern
bathing suits Proceed- of the af-
fair will be divided between Can-
cer Sen-ice and the C'hildr.
Mental Research Foundation
Resenations chairman is Mr-
Edmund Perls, 1801 SW 19th ftve.
MIS. SAMUEL SAPIK0
Beth David Slates Installation Friday
. ..:-_ ^ri^rc of the Kleiman. president: Mrs.
Installation of officers of the
1956-1957 Beth David PTA will be
held during Friday evening sen-
ices June 15 Rabbi Yaakov Ro>en-
berg will officiate.
participating are Mr- Morris
Beach Chapter ol Hadassah
Has Inaugural Meeting
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah held its flnl meeting Thurs-
day. June 14. at the Sea Gull hotel.
Mrs Oscar Sindell. president of
the group. di-cu>-e.l plans for the
coming seasons activities.
Mrs Mae Weinstein. recently re-
turned from Israel, also addressed
the group.
Kleiman. president: Mrs Jack
Gever. first vice president; Mrs
Robert Purisch. second vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Sam Leviten. recording
secretary: Mrs. George Burney.
corresponding secretary': and Mrs.
Leonard Gordon, treasurer.
A past president's pin will be
presented to Mrs. Isidor Bakst.
who will present Mrs. Morris Klei-
man with the new presidents pin.
Other members of the elected
board to be installed are Mrs. Hy-
man AbramowiU. Mrs. Hendnk
Berns. Mrs. Jack Kane. Mrs. Israel
Slot** Mrs. Albert J. Beer. Mrs.
Homer Reivman.
Mrs Maxwell Rohan. Mrs. Lester
Rosenberg. Mrs. Harry Kamen and
Mrs. Louis Fleishman.
Mrs. Moses P. (Judith) Epstein,
former national president of Ha-
dassah and first national chairman
of the women's division for State
of Israel Bonds, will be the guest
of honor at a Sponsors of Israel
tea on June 25. The function, pre-
ceding by a day the community-
wide women's division meeting at
the Algiers hotel, is scheduled for
the home of Mrs. Samuel T. (Car-
rie) Sapiro, 3029 Brickell ave.
Sponsors of Israel are those
women who have purchased at
least $1,000 in Israel Bonds this
year. Mrs. Sam Rost is chairman
of the Greater Miami chapter of
the Sponsors.
"It is encouraging that Mrs.
Sapiro has made her home availa-
ble." Mrs. Rost said, "for this will
be the first Sponsors' function in
Miami proper in recent years. I
know Carrie's leadership through-
out Greater Miami coupled with
our admiration for Mrs. Epstein
will make this a successful affair."
Mrs. Sapiro is a life member and
former president of the Herzl
group of Hadassah. A member of
the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
she is Miami chapter and Florida
region coordinator of Ima for
Hadassah. A member of Hada-
Ith's national Youth Aliyah com-
mittee and a life member of the
Jewish Home for the Aged here,
she is active in the Mt. Sinai
Auxiliary.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
women's division chairman, and
Mr> Loin- (Lee) Goldman, chair-
man of "Women for Israel" month,
are working with Mrs. Rost and
Mr- Sapiro to coordinate the Spon-
sors' function.
Plans for the June 26 meeting
at the Algiers move ahead mean-
while with the announcement that
stage and screen stars Luther
Adler and Sam Jaffe will appear.
In addition, the Boys' Choir of
the Hebrew Academy will partici-
pate in the program. Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag. musical director of
the Hebrew Academy, will lead the
choir.
Adler and Jaffe will appear
through the courtesy of Sam
H.r-ch's Roosevelt Theatre, where
they are scheduled in a play later
this month.
Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais,
former president of the Greater
Miami chapter of Hhadassah and
Chen chairman of the women's
division for Israel Bonds, will pre-
sent the initial report of her recent
trip to Israel at the Algiers meet-
ing.
Mrs. Epstein will give a dramatic
account of the just concluded
World Zionist Congress in Jerusa-
lem.
Admission for the June 26 ses-
sion will be by the sale or purchase
of at least one Lsrael Bond during
the month, Mrs. Goldman an-
nounced.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Mrs.
Irwin Liss, presidents of the two
local chapters of Hadassah, are or-
ganizing Israel Bonds committees
in each of the 14 groups, and other
Dade county women's organiza-
tions, including Pioneer Women,
Mizrachi, B'nai B'rith.
Grandmother's Club Will
Continue Summer Programs
Grandmothers' club of Temple
Israel plans to continue its pro-
grams during the summer months,
with a series of small parties in the
homes of members.
Mrs. Harry Nevins. of 2352 SW
3rd St.. is chairman of information.
Mrs. Charles Greenfield is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Isaac Levin is foun-
der of the club.


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Home-Made Marzipan Needs Few '
Ingredients-Makes Excellent Treats
Ladies Auxiliary
Will Fete Fathers
By LEAH LEONARD
From Glens Fall-, N.Y, came
eats lor a recipe for Marzipan
uhiih can he made successfully at
home, adding "your recipes always
help us young housewives." Thanks
a lot And here's the recipe for
the "sweats" called
HOME-MADE MARZIPAN
(Foundation r*cip)
1 cup .Imond paste (commer-
cial or home made)
2 egg white-, unheaten
3 cups confectioners' sugar
teaspoon vanilla extract
Decorative items a- helow
To make almond paste at home
I you will need one of those nut
I grinders that pulverises blanched
.almonds. It is glass jar with a
grinder screw top gadget, obtain-
'able at all houseware depart-
ments in department -tores or at
hardware shops that carry house-
hold equipment.
For measuring the finely ground
almonds, the best suggestion we
can offer is to combine one cupful
at a time with flavoring or a table-
spoon of sherry or rum till the
consistency is a compact paste.
Then measure one cupful of the
mixed paste as in above recipe.
Knead the paste in a bowl using
fingers. Add egg whites one at a
time, working in with a fork Add
the confectioners' sugar one cup at
a time, mixing with a fork then
kneading like pa-try dough on a
hoard well dusted, with more con :
fectioners' sugar as required till
the hall of "dough" no 1"
-tick- to fingers
Work in flavoring a drop or two
1 at a time. Roll out to 3i inch
thickness and cut into 6 or 8 inch
lengths, half inch in width, then
divide into bails to suit and roil
as follows:
Strawberries: Add a few drops
of red vegetable color to as much
of the paste as desired. Form the
balls to simulate strawberries,
slightly cone shaped. Pat lightly
with a cloth moistened with fruit
juice rum or water then roll in
red sugar, obtainable at food
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewi-h Home for the Aged.
will hold a Father's Day party at
Douglas Gardens Sunday after-
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jacobs.
39th st. Miami Beach, who
are celebrating their silver wed
ding anniversary this week, will
he hosts and sponsors of the party.
Gift- will be presented to all
male residents.
Mrs. I,ouis Makovsky. program
chairman, revealed Wednesday
that Leonard Wood, of the Monte
Carlo hotel, will be master of
ceremonies. The Singing Nelsons
will entertain, accompanied by
Mr- Lillian Nelson at the piano.
Mi Carol Kratish. song stylist,
will accompany herself on the ac-
cordion.
hotel. Plans for summer ?
ng projects wcro d?c^nd
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, stores Add a tiny bit of green-
AW. USTIK SOIDZ
UN Assn. Study Group
Hears Convention Report
Study group of the t'nited Na-
tion- A--n Beach di\ ision. met at
the home of Mr- Ann Weiss. 6022
Indian (reek dr. thi- week
Mr- Loulfl If. Biderman. co-
chairman of the Beach divi-ion,
reported on the recent all da\ BOB
re at the Carnegie Founda-
tion bidg. sponsored h> the Ameri-
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in
Mr-. Kh Rmanui i n ad paper
on Construction of the In
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Local Woman
Heads Florida Aux.
Of Jewish War Vets
Mr- Lester (' Sold*, past presi
dent of Miami Beach Jewi-h tt.ir
Veterans Auxiliary no, haa been
ed state department president
i it b War Veterans An
ol Florida
I lection tU at a recent -talc
rtment convention in the
Golden Gate motel
Other state officers named were '
the sfesdames Buddy Logoe, (or-
al Gablei Auxiliary, aante viea
president; Mickey Mark- Weal
Miami, junior vice president; Ted
Lingaton, Ifialeah. treasurer.
The Meadaniea Arby Lipman.
Hollywood, chaplain: Milton Koch.
North Shore, conductress; Obbie
Roseathat, Miami, patriotic in-
structor; Norton IWf, North Mi-
ami Beach, historian.
The Mcsdames Hanna Persons.
St Petersburg, guard; Herman
Sokolow, Miami Beach, chief of
staff: Morton Reiss. North Miami
Beach, recording secretary; and
UNlis Phillips, Miami, correspond-
ing secret., rj
Women's Division
Slates Meeting
Board of directors of the Worn-
i ti Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federatiton will meet
nesdaj morning, in tthe star
of the Shelborne hotel, it has bean
ut.ced bj Mr- taring Lear
member- will di-cin-s
i immunitj
elect non inating commHtee
' candidate- for the coin-
\i-o dated tor iHaniisinii will
consideratkai lor can p
lirman in i!>57.
The year round Women- 1
-ion I- a lunrtu.ning unit of Fed-
eration,
Women Hold Card Party
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai i
tinted paste out of a pastry tube or Bri,h Women held a card party
cake decorator to form tiny leaves. I Wednesday evening at the Flori
Apples: Color the Marzipan dian ho,el Miss Hortense Bloom
paste with a few drops of green was chairman of the affair,
coloring. Roll into small halls. ---------------------------------
with a small pointed -tick, make Miami Auxiliary Meets
indentation in each little ball that ., ., .
ha- been shaped like small apple.'. Grcater Mlami A"*'1""?. Amer-
then with a small paint brush add lcan M*<*ical Center, met Wednes-
a little red coloring for "red day evening at the Roney Plaza
cheeks." Add tiny hits of the green J~Z:
colored pasta for leave-
Carrots: I'-e orange coloring for
these and shape the paste into tiny
carrot- Add little green hit- for ?
tops at the thicker end-, and make \
little indentations down side- [
Paint the "carrots'' by brushing
with liquid coloring. ?
Potatoes: These ag*j the simplest
kind. Form round ball- any size
desired, roll in a damp cloth then
roll each in cocoa. With a tooth-
pick make the "eyes" of potatoes.
and ho sun V%
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Pioneer Women
Are Set to Sail
Pioneer Women of the Golds
Ifjrarson club will s;,ii the
when they have their annual !> ..,
ride
They will entertain members
and friends on a crime aboard the
Drs imhoat June 24.
Mrs Pearl Krieger. chairman of
arrangements, announces that the
boasrida aril] -tart from Pier 8 in
the ( ity Yacht Basin
Proceeds will aid the club child
re-cue program designed to re
habilitate and care for children
who have come to Israel.
Good Any Time!
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Policies to be Discussed
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
fir-t business meeting of the year
at the El Comodoro hotel Wednes-
day evening. Policies will be dis
cussed for the coming year.
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vision of Chamber of Commerce for Surl-
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(omen's Council
Jo Send Delegate
[Council hi Jewish Ststorhoods.
nprbol ''! orthodox sisterhoods
Greater Miami, announce the
illowing oihciTs for the year
7.
evidium. the Mesdames Si-
Apnl, Jonah E. Caplan, Shm-
Swirsky; vice presidents,
dame> George Goldberg, Irving
kwartz. Solomon Silverman,
i Starr. Frances Ullian and Soi
bwrding secretary, Mrs. Mil-
Hurwitz: corresponding secre-
j, Mrs. Jacob Katz; and treasur-
t, Mrs. Max Kappaport.
to right' Mrs. Samuel Fuchs, Mrs. Alex Del-
lerson, Mrs. Benjamin Gladwin. Mrs. Mer-
cedes Nicholson and Mrs. George Valentine.
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Local Women Form
Chamber Chapter
A new era has arrived to place
women in the fields of intcrna-j
tional affairs, city government.'
education, health and welfare and
city bcautification.
The response to an invitation!
out by the Chamber of Com-
merce to the residents of Surfside,
Bay Harbor and Bal Harbour
brought out 350 women to a I
brunch May 31 at the Bal Moral '
hotel. As a result. 300 women have
since formed the charter of the
newly organized women's division
of the Chamber of Commerce of
that area, and more applications
are coming in daily. This promises
to be one of the largest groups of
women in the Miami Beach area.
The charter, by-laws and govern-
ment of the division are under the
jurisdiction of the local Chamber;
of Commerce and the national or-
ganization with headquarters in
Washington, D.C.
Some of the charter members
Include Mrs. Jane Fisher, Mrs. \
Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Mer-.
cedes Nicholson, Mrs. Benjamin
Gladwin, Mrs. George Valentine,,
Mrs. Alex Dellerson, Mrs. Law-
rence Silverman. Mrs. Benjamin
Newman, Mrs. Albert Ungerbueh-
ler, Mrs. Selma Cjrpes, Vita Ren-
da. Mis J. J. McCullum and Mrs.
Robert I-eggett. who were originat-
ors of the division.
Speakers at the brunch welcom-
ing members and explaining the
purposes of Women's Division
were Surfside Mayor James Wend-
ler; Jack Patham. president of the
Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Mer-
cedes Nicholson, assistant mayor
of Bay Harbor; and Austin Hutcig,
president of Bal Harbour Rotary
club.
Hostesses included the Mes-
dames Allen J. Hirschling, Jean
Grossman, Milton Levenson, Bea-
trice King, Alfred Lesser, Freada
Nichols, Cleo Wood, Helen Sher-
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North Dade Women
In Heavy Schedule
Monthly luncheon of the North
Dade Jewish Center Sisterhood
will be held at the Center June 20.
Hostesses for the event are Mrs.
Ralph Robin and Mrs. Seymour A.
Eisenfeld. A games party will fol-
low the luncheon.
Sisterhood will sponsor a thrift
sale on June 28 at Steven's market,
6209 NW 27th ave. Mi-. Tony De
Marco is chairman.
In honor of Father's Day, the
Sisterhood will be host at the 0
Shabbat following Friday night
services June 15. '
Mrs. Max Rudolph, Sisterhood
president, will be featured speak-
er.
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burg, Syd Klein, Ceil Newman,
Martin Cox, Alvin Warren, Reba
Levcnthal, Vi,ta Renda. James Car-
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Mae Ki van, Milton Lavenson. Mar-
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Silverman, Joseph Rodman, Mil-
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Mrs. Louis Goldman, chairman of "Women for Israel month,
pledges all-out effort by Greater Miami at press conference
St Algiers hotel last week. Seated (left to right) are Jewh
Floridian news editor Leo Mindlin. who moderated a discus-
son on Israel and Israel Bonds; Mrs. Arlene Thompson, of
me NUami Herald; and Miss Mabel Frampton, of the Miami
Beach Sun.

Mokovskys Mark 33rd Anniversary
at the Kingway hotel in St. Louis, ^^family reunion wi als0 be
Mo' t, w,; and' marked by the marriage of Miss
Their children. Rose Mar e and J ,d Irving Ma-
Al. and grandson RichardIt ha.ek,; Nancy-L ^^ ^^
will arrive from Long Island, NY- KM/Makovskv is vice president
for the occasion. ] f B ,h Jacob congregation and a
The Makovskys will attend the 01^^ ^ ^ ^^ q Mwm|
commencement exercises of their h Apartment House Assn.
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Normandy Isle to
Be Phyllis' Home
Mi-s Phvllis Silverman. daughter
of Mrs. France* B. silverman. of
the Frederick hotel, and Samuel L
Greenfeder. son of Mr. and MM
Sonny Greenfeder, 932 Lenox ave .
were married Sunday. .June \0. at
the Di I-ido hotel
Rahhi Leon Kronen officiated.
The bride was Riven in marriage
by her brother. Victor P. Silver-
man.
The bride wore a full-length
down of chantilly lace over --atin.
in a fitted bodice, with the skirts
of chiffon over satin and a short
train She wore a full crown of iri-
descent soouins and pearl-, an I a
Ions Illusion veil She carried
white orchid- on a Bible, which she
had borrowed from her eou-in.
Miss Joan Ruth Brown. Her only
Jewelry WW I -mule strand of
pearls.
Mr- Maurice Cohen, lister of the
hride. was matron of honor. Maid
of honor was Miss Florence Green-
feder. sister of the groom. The
groom's best man waa Mr Julei
Arkin. and ushers were Maurice
Gohen. hride"s brother in law. and
Stanley Arkir. Martin Smith and
Kaiaman, friends of the
groom.
Other members of the bridal
party were Joe Greenfeder. grand-
father of the groom, and Mr- Mot-
lie Silverman. the bride'- grand-
mother.
After a honevmoon in Puerto
Rico and the Virgin I-land-. the
couple will make their home on
Normandy Isle, Miami Beach.
Friday,
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A double rinc wedding was cele-
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Rabbi Mayer Ahramowitz. of the
North Shore Jevu-h ("enter, offici-
ating Saturday evening, June 2.
The bride. Carol I.ee Sherman.
7900 Cre-pi l.lvd Miami Beach,
More I gown With seeded pearl tup.
skirt of tulle and seeded pearl
head piece.
She carried a confirmation Bible
with white orchid- The bride was
a former student at the University
Of Florida.
The bridegroom. Irwin E. Cotzin,
son of Mr. and Mr- Morn- Cotzin.
2542 SW 2fith -t Miami, i- in his
senior year at tin- University of
Miami, majoring in lui-ine-s ad-
ministration and insurance.
Mi-s Sandra CotsJn, -i-tcr of the
groom, wa- maid of honor. She was
dressed in blue and carried white
carnation- Arthur Peskin acted as
best man.
The newlyweds loft for an ex-
tended honeymoon in Mexico.
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Lamm, Weissel
Exchange Vows
In Beach Rites
Mi-- Susan Jacqueline Lamm
united in marriage to William
Joseph (Buddy) Weiel at the
Algiers hotel on June 9. Rabbi
Morns A. Skop officiated at the
candlelight ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Lamm. 1620
Pennsylvania ave. The groom's
parents are Mr and Mrs. Sam
W 1el. 4620 Granada blvd.
Maid of honor was Miss Gloria
Goodman, and bridesmaids were
Mimi Kosberg. Judy Klein and
Bunny Zimmerman.
Rn> Weissel wa- be-t man for
:his brother, and Martin Goodman.
Charles Spnntz. Lenny Parker and
Hy Wei--el acted as u-her-
The bride wore a full-length
wedding gown of nylon tulle and
alencon hue -tyled with a \ery
tight fitted bodice, sculptured por-
trait neckline and short sleeves
and Jong formal glove-. Her very
bouffant skirt with a lavish ap-
plique of imported alencon lace
and a permanent pleated valance
of nylon tulle formed the graceful
train. A four circular veil of
French illusion was held with a
lovely coronet crown.
She carried a bouquet of white
lilacs and lily-of-the-valley.
Both the bride and groom are
students at the University of Mia-
mi. The bride is a member of
Alpha Lambda Delta. Her hus-
band is president of ODK
1 After a reception and dinner in
the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
! hotel, the couple left for an ex-
tended honeymoon to New Or-
leans, Mexico City and California.
I Upon their return, they will make
their home in Coral Gables.
Edward J. Millar has just won a Fulbright -, hoi
where he will continue the study of music at the h
Musik beginning in September. He's the -on Mr, c,Schuli
A native of these parts, he received his AB degree fn "Jv"* **i
of Miami and the MA in music from Hart College in nL !L^
Just about a year ago. Ed won the coveted uZ^l^
prize for his "Piece for Pianoforte" at the famou- Tinoi^
ford' HLS brther' ^ S#ym0r MHI,r' PraC,i<" m2inef]
The Samuel Greenbergs, Philadelphia, are guests at H.
hotel while in Miami Beach for the confirmation 0f th
Murray Austin, son of Judga and Mrs. Harry A. GrMnbarJ"*
Broadview dr.. Bay Harbor Islands. Surf and -n on th* n
Mexico are just what the doctor ordered, say Dr and u
Gilbert and daughter Valerie, 444 W. DiLido dr., who recnM?
ed in Naples, Fla_____ ecently *
VACATfONfffS UAVf TOWN flASBERGS RETUffN
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Senntaaj left Wednesday fr their nnr
vacation. They will return after the High Holidays to reoJn
Miami Beach establishment, Sonntags Flamingo kosher re-tauranii
caterers. Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., is already nil
host to many Miami vacationers. Guests include the Louis Pri
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Ruben, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ginsburg, Mi
Fine, Louis Rabinowitx and Gerald Simon. .
Miss Katharine Rethmen, 1610 Meridian ave., leaves fro
York for Europe June 23. She's the daughter of the Mo* Rorhn,.
Katharine's a member of the Nautilus Junior High faculty
Way's Irving Rubins are on a 16-day cruise somewhere'in the 1
bean. Mr. and Mrs, Irving Blasberg, 5915 LaGorce, have n
from New York, where they visited their son, Larry, and wile
H10UD PARENTS AWS. WOlfSON ELECTED
Proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen, 2!W5 Flamii
since son Cadet Alan Jay graduated from the Citadel in Charl
S.C. ... He received a BS degree in commerce. In addition.
active in varsity tennis, Block "C" club. Citadel Yacht club, Callei
Literary Society, Intra-mural Board and Hillel. Dr. and Mr*. 1
J. Rose are leaving for Chicago to attend a meeting nf the An
Medical Assn. While there, they will also he present at the 1
ation of son Howard from Chicago Medical School, as well a
graduation of daughter-in-law Muriel from Northwestern Inner
Barbara E. Folk, 4554 Nautilus dr., has been awarded the
of Arts degree at Teachers College, Columbia University
Bernard Joyce, 8950 Emerson ave., was recent hostess to two!
newspaperwomen at a luncheon. Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson has
elected to her third term as president of the University of
symphony club.
and attended University of Miami
and University of Florida. She is
now employed by the Mercantile
National Bank of Miami Beach.
Dr. Seltman attended University
of Miami. University of Pittsburgh
and graduated from Chicago Col-
lege of Optometry. He is a mem-
ber of Phi Epsilon, and his profes-
sional fraternity was Omega Epsi-
lon Phi. He Is also a member of
Little River lodge of Odd Fellows
and holds a commission in the
United States Army Reserve.
They will be married July 22.
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daughter. Eleanor, to Dr. Herbert
K. Seltman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Settman, of 901 SW 23rd ave.?
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ikolow, Fleet
[change Vows
,, 7:30 pi" double ring can-
cht cfremony on Sunday, June
lit the Hibiscui audUorium,
i Barbara Ann Sokolw. daugh-
|Hr, and Mr- Frank Sokolow,
JSW 33rd (' Miami, became
[bride of Julius Leonard Fleet,
|of Mr an I Mrs. Seward Fleet,
[Oak. Fla
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|ffremiin> assisted by Cantor
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>st man is Irwin Leider. Ush-
IbicIuHimI '. rr\ Sokolow, Larry
E Hnw.ru Clein, Arthur
off and Evar Corpell.
bid of honor was Lois Sokolow.
of honir was Mrs. Irwin
BridesmatroDl included
'Arthur < harloff and Mrs. Al-
ILone. Mona Lavitz and Mau-
iColhns were bridesmaids.
Jerry Sokolow was in
! of th< pit book. Flower
[was Susai Applebaum. Ronald
low was ring bearer.
i bride selected an imported
(tilly lace niid nylon tulle gown
l traditional bridal satin with
nck lii i Klizabeth collar,
I sleeve* extending into gloves
[fitted bodice Her very bouf-
I skirt of nylon tulle featured
rtions of r. Ion lace extending
JaCathedr,.] train. Her finger-
iFrench illusion veil was at-
to a tiara of seed pearls.
learned white orchids, lily-of-
alley and -tephanotia.
(bride i* a uraduate of Miami
High School, attended the
lersity of Florida. The groom
graduate of high school in Live
kand received his BS degree at
Miss Reiter Weds
Eugene Weiss
Miss Robert Reiter became Mr.
Eugene J. Wein in 2 p ,. ceremo
n.es Sunday. Jum- 3. at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbf Uon Kronish
ofinateu. with some 3 attendance, who later honored the
couple at a reception
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Reiter 3040
Prairie ave. Her husband Is the
son of Rev. Max Weiss, New York
and Mrs. Margaret Malek, Miami
Beach.
Newlywed Mrs Weiss graduated
from Miami Beach High School.
Mr. Weiss, an attorney here, at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mrs. Jeff Kaufman wa* matron
of honor for her sister. Dee Mor-
ris, another sister, acted as maid
of honor. Bridesmaids included
Jerry Adelson and Joyce Strausi
Niece of the groom, Mirai I oop
erman. was flower girl. The bride's
nephew, Bruce Morri>. served as
ring bearer.
Following the ceremony, the
couple left for a New York Booey-
moon. They are expected t
turn June 18 and will make their
home at 3151 Sheridan ave., Miami
Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelstein. of
Far Rockaway, N. Y announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Elaine, to Bert Tumpson. of Miami
Beach. Miss Edelstein attended
Adelphi College and was employed
for three year- in the advertising
department of Esquire magazine
before moving to Miami Beach.
Her fiance, the son of the Sam-
uel E. Tumpsons of Chicago
served with the Armed Forces dur
ing World War II. and later at
tended the University of Dllinois
and the Art Institute, where he
studied photography.
Mr Tumpson is immediate past
president of Temple Emanu-El
Young Adults and is a member of
the Miami Beach Jaycees. He is
now a partner in the firm of Wed-
dings Unlimited.
Frankie (Fran-
ces Louise) Wolf-
Mi is back from
a world tour
with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchell Wolf-
son. and now she
is engaged.
Her fiance is
Jack Waxenberg,
who slipped a
Marquise dia-
mond ring on
her finger as -In-
enplaned for the
world tour.
Saturday e v e-
ning at the Wolf-
10 n waterfront
home. 5030 N.
Bay rd., her par-
ents formally an-
nounced the cou-
pie's betrothal.
Mr. Wolfson is
co-owner with Sidney Meyer of
WOMETCO Theatres and televi-
sion station WTVJ. The engage-
ment coincided with the bride-
elecfs 24th birthday.
The bride-to-be is a fourth
generation Floridian. She attend-
ed Mary A. Burnham in North-
hampton Ma., Oberlin College
and is a member of Beaux Arts, a
director of the Symphony club, a
member of the League of Women
Voters and of the Daughters of
the Confederacy.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Waxenberg, 461 Ocean blvd., Gold-
en Beach. He graduated from
MISS HANKIE WOLFSON
Western Military Academy in St.
Louis and University of Miami
school of business.
He is a member of Westview
country club. The family formerly
lived in Moline, 111., and Jack is
now associated with the Joseph
Jordan real estate and construc-
tion Co.
Frankie and Jack were in tro-
duced by her cousin, Bobbie (Mrs.
Roy) Schechter and will be mar-
ried on July 4 in Asheville, N.C.,
where the Wolfsons have their
summer home.
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Afier a bouffet dinner, the cou-
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daughter. Rhoda. to Morris Levitt
at a garden party which took place
at their home, 3739 Sheridan ave.,
Miami Beach.
Mi-- Berman graduated from Mi-
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tends the University of Miami.
where she is president of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority and president
Of the Resident Women's A-n..
a member of Alpha Lambda Delta,
scholastic honorary- and Alpha Sig-
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She will receive her B. Ed. degree
in February
Mr. Levitt, son of Mrs. Vetta
Levitt. 2810 SW 26th -t.. Miami.
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and is also a graduate of the Uni-
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secretary of Pi Lambda Phi fra-
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Jewhfrjhr&am.
Officers of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation are in-
stalled at Ritz Plaza hotel, with Rabbi Simon April (center)
acting as installing officer. Left to right are the Mesdarne*
William Weintraub, outaoing financial secretary; Michael
Blank, first vice president; Milton Weiner. outqoinq recording
secretary; Philip Bendel. outgoing president; Robert Schweitz-
er, master of ceremonies; Simon April, chaplain; George
Goldberg, president; Abraham Barkan* first vice president;
Abraham Topol, second vice president; Saul Benenstein,
treasurer; David Meltzer, financial secretary; Max New-
berger, corresponding secretary; Aaron Dixon, recording secv
retary. Standing is Al Gerstein, president of Men's. club.
Fourth from left is Milton Weiner. second vice president of
Miami Hebrew School. Sixth from left is Cantor Berele Kele-
mer.
Nursery kindergarten children of Beth David
Congregation "graduate" at tot ceremonies.
Left to right are Bruce Berger, David Entel,
Robin Einhorn, Norman Rosenkranz. Beth
Ann Goldstein. Lawrence Kramer. Mickey
Shlachtman. Minty Rosenhouse. Lynette
Marcus and Peninah Rosenberg (not pic-
tured). Rear (left to right) are Isadore Dick-
man, education director, the Mesdames
Eleanor Richman. Cecil Tanenbaum, Fran-
ces Levy and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
J^jctf ^yylitzvah
Marc Cowan Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cowan an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son. Marc Alan, at Saturday morn-
ing services of Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Center. Rabbi Boris
A. Rackovsky will officiate.
Marc Alan is an eighth grade
student at Hialeah High School
Mr. Cowan is the chairman of the
board of directors of the Center.
The family will be hosts at the
Oneg Shabbat following Friday
evening services and at a Kiddush
following the Sabbath ceremony
There will be a reception in the
Bar Mitzvah's honor on Sunday,
June 17, at the Cowans' home at
5700 NW 115th st.
Joyce Changes
Name to Adler
Academy hi
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t'"" tor the state J^i
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Portion of the prWain'
the direction of M, .
mg, music director Mau
presente,! American^
behalf of .1,, Klkslod^il
Beach to rixth graders\1
rew.tz and Arthur SpolteT
The annual journalism,
sponsored by The Jewish p
was presented to Dorothy The Rose and Sam Rittera
ship award for excellence]
studies was presented to,
er. valedctorian. Present)
Oaftde by Mrs. Benjamin
president of Hebrew
Women. The Rose and
scholarship award for a
in Hebrew studies was
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Biel.
of Shaker Heights. O.. formerly of
Miami Beach, announce the mar-
riage of their daughter. Joyce
Biel. to Dr. Richard H. Adler. son by Saul Genet to Jack Shafl
of Dr. and Mrs. Isidor Adler. Buf Henry Mendelsohn athletkl
falo. N.Y. jwent to Michael Resnick.
The double ring civil ceremony' Herman, vice president
was performed by Arthur H.' Alumni As*n. of the Heb
Courshon at his home here on demy, made the award.
May 20. Rabbi Alexander S Cn
Present at the ceremony were 'Pal- presented the science]
the brides sister, Mrs. Arthur II lo Ja>' Makovsky and tiej
Courshon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. ***' award to Jay Skbi]
Courshon. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chairman of the eve
Menest, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Dorothy Naness, president]
Ring bearers for the ceremony
were the bride's nieces, Barbara
and Deanne Courshon.
The bride formerly worked for
the public relations firm of Man-i
dell-Newman Associates. The
bridegroom is a surgeon in Buf-,
falo. where the newlyweds
make their home.
Student Council and a
the graduating dM
was delivered by Martin
benediction by Stuart
members of the graduatii
Hills] Glover presented a i
the school on behalf of
bers of the graduating di
Graduates are Pern
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ixv-I ''w"' Ardmor,
mg Laibson. 8230 Hawthorne ..
Edward Mandell. son of Mr.
land Mrs. Louis Rubenstein. will
ave., will be Bar Mitzvah Sat-
Jay Baum Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Baum. 1735 SW 17th ct. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Sabbath
morning services. June 16. at Beth
David Congregation.
I Sheldon Ciment. Lester
heim, Leonard Finkelstei
MAK COWAN
Gili, Mil lei Glover. RobertI
per, Elliott Katx, Martini
Stuart Kimniel, Jay Makovs
Miller. Dorothy Naness,
Nassbaum. Michael Resnii
Sachs, Jerald Selevan. Jack]
ro and Adinah Stadlan.
Goldberg, Soni
Betrothal Toldl
The engagement of
trude Goldberg to Charles]
has been announced by hen
Mrs Anna Goldberg, 1B0
ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. Sonne is the son
Elizabeth Sonne, 1048 KW!
Miami.
The wedding will take pli
8 at the Ritz Plaza hotel j
Beach.
The bride-elect is fe
Baltimore, Md.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
urday at the North Shore Jew- ~ ^"" n"Den,e'n- w"1' officiate. with Cantor William Up-
Mover Mitsvah at Temple son rendering the
Ernanu El Saturday, June 16. f the liturgy.
and Mrs. Baum will be hosts
ish Center, with Rabbi Mover T "*" ""WWBn m i empis); ,on rendering the musical portion
hw u ., Emanu-El Saturday.
Abramowitz officiating. Alan is D .... y
~ j _* < Rabbi Irving Lehrmuu
a graduate of the religious .. _J i at the Kiddush on Sabbath morn-
school of the Center and now hc,ate- Edward a eventh ing.
attends the Hebrew High ^rade 8,udent at Edison Junior; Ja>' j,i an eighth grade student at
School. Hei.o.mden.a.Nou.'H.gh and o,.d. Temp.. ^'^^t^"^
tilus Junior High.
Emanu-El religious school.
UNIVERSITY of MIAMI SUMMER SYMPHONY
MORTON GOULD =.
DANNY DANIELS u umm
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Air Conditioned
ous school for the past five years.
He is a member of the Talis and
Tefilin club. Bowling League and
Boy Scouts of America. He is a
graduate of Beth David Hebrew
*chool.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs Benny Katz and Mr.
and Mrs. Al Miller. New York and
Mr. and Mrs William Berns. Al
buquerque. N M.
ATTENTiON PAR KM
Boys' and Girls' 4 WEEK SUMMER
TYPING CLASS
LAST TWO DAYS TO M6ISTB
CUSS STAiTS MONDAY, JUNE '*
t:30 to 11 a.m.-Monday thru Friday
Minimum Aa 11-Oraala. Miflh School S College Studtti_
Roaarva Class
Place Early
Cnrollmant
Minimum Ajje 11 Oraae. High School a. i.oiicw --
WAMJiH SCHOOL OF M S[\
DAM COMAAONWIAITH B10C., 139 N.I. 1st St.
BBSSSSSSSasaaVsaMaaVaVlAIR CONDITIONED
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$13.95
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REID'S JEWELRY & SALES
33 N.E. U4 AVENUI PHONI 44732
Quantity nights Rasarwad


>| Getzug, 72,
imbs in Miami
Getzusi. 1100 NE 104th
ii Shores, owner of Mayor's
a 20-I""- chain in Miami
died f a heart ailment
"j a hospital. He was 72.
lifwelry chain which he
I .,H mark its 50th anni-
f,h,< September. Mr. Gctz-
Md the first store in Cm-
There are two in Miami.
_jti here 20 years ago.
Lores m the chain were
Tjlonday and Tuesday in
I the founder. A son, Irv-
ni is vice president of the
^ was a member of
Urael. th< Mani Shrine and
lOBsistory. Besides his son,
u his wife. Elsie; a daugh-
| waiter A. LaVigne, Mi-
brothers, three sisters
itn grandchildren.
jtf were Tuesday in the
[chapel of Cordon Funeral
[with burial in Mt. Nebo
!f gte"S Wer^'heir younger son
Page 7B
Picnic Due Sunday
J^attHMftS
P'cmc at (Yandon Park ?
"'"" chairman.
LEGAL NOTICi~
NOT,CE BSS^VS5
AlMOSf NEW
Estate Home
Near New South Dade Center
3 Bedr.om, 2', Baths. 2 Car Garage,
H-g. Enclosed Pool, Patio, Separate
Dining Room.
DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor
7210 RED ROAD pH. MO 7-2560
BEAUTIFUL RANCH
3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced
nd 12 miles of private canal planted
in select qrats. Only 12 minutes drive
to Palm Beach.
$180
per Acre
Suitable for dairy farm, ranch de-
velopment or home Purchase from
original owner. For complete data
Phone:
V.. I Bill h
FRonklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM BLDG., MIAMI
Hi Groups Hold
ling League
Miami B'nai B'rith
(Organization Council, with
I of Bull Fischer, sponsored
;, six Rame bowling
fat Trail Bowling Lanes re-
Bnai B'rith Girls' chapters
|nh, Resh and Sholem
Btcd. BZB Debt, Hillel,
kith. Reshone and Sholem
I top team- arc "Nai 'Rith.
I373 point* Hillel I. with
land BZB II with 2.232.
scorer- were Julie Sussman.
}Hith. 73:< and Libby Platt.
1609.
E HOME AND APTS.
FOR SALE
I CUSTOM BUILT, 2 BEDROOM,
|KME. Beautifully furnished.
Oarage, Laundry ItM,
Room, Sprinkler System
rles 3 Apartments on Choke
I lecttion on Flogler Street.
Bargteil Gets
Highest Honors
Stanley Jay Bargteil graduated
this week from Harvard College
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Bargteil. 12 Sidonia ave.
Coral Gables, who went to Cam-
bridge, Mass., to attend the exer-
Stanley, a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, was on a schol-
arship granted him by the Harvard
club here. A major in government,
he was on the Dean\ List during
his entire four year- at school.
Stanley received bis degree
summa cum laude and will enter
Harvard law school in the fall.
Attending the exercises with the
HOMESTEAD 10 ACRES
PINELAND-$1100 Per Acre
HOMESTEAD IS HURTING lor
HOUSES. Terms. We have oth-
er Acreage all over the Stale
of Florida. SNYDEB, Broker.
89-9914 Evenings MU 1-5510.
Spec/'olisfs since 7924 in
choice real estate in
Tropical Southwest Florida
Urge Acreage, Waterfront, Island*,
Highway Frontage, Business
Opportunities
JEFFC0TT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
Phone Edison 5-4421
5,300 ACRES
Adjoining Large Subdivision
VERO BEACH AREA-SI 10 per Aero
2,000 ACRES
3 Mi. Highway Frontage, SIS per Aero
134 ACRES
IN BROWARD COUNTY-4,000 Ft.
Railroad Frontage, $1,200 per Aero
JOSEPH D'ANGELO
Registered Broker
1826 So. State Rd. 7, W. Hollywood
Ph. HoHywaad 3-4944 or 24014
NORTH FLORIDA ACREAGE
400 ACRES
Frontage on three paved highways,
very close to good town. Price 1110
acre. Terms.
1,900 ACRES
US Highway thru it. also county
graded road. Hundreds ot acres in
pasture with balance crop land. No
waste land. All fenced. Top ouality
for farming, also has vast potential
otherwise due to location starting at
city limits of good city. Price $110
acre. Terms
Ph. 830563
Mritt Island
Specials
I HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
S200 per Acre
fehf Way Under Marfeef
I ACRES WATERFRONT
**ij Roods Near New A1A
flu's is Beautiful.
$300 per Acre
e
l-CRES NEAR NEW A1A
J200 per Acre
e
[ACRES INDIAN RIVER
WATERFRONT
[-Only $125 per Acre .
Have 10 Acre Tracts
fyman Atkins
'f'UOl
IW W. Dixie Hwy.
HyW5 PL 8.8332
B0NITA SPRINGS AREA
HIGH PINI AND PALMETTO LAND
$100 per Acre, 5 10 or 240
$20 Down per Acre
S Year Terms or Cash, fnsaroble Title
Available to County Roads A Electricity
DICK BROOKS REAL ESTATE
15331 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Ph. MU 1-6031
1,950 ACRES
New Stores
Priced at 5 Times Income
Secure Leases
Proven Income from
$10,000 up
DOROTHY B. FLYNN, Realtor
Considerable timber and much planted
pine. Divided by county road sched-
uled for paving. Price $40 acre. Terms.
MANY OTHERS TO SELECT FROM
SUBURBAN 90 ACRES
About 2.70O feet on paved road. 8
miles from Gainesville. Price $185
acre. Terms.
LAND SPECIALISTS
HENDERSON & RANKIN
BROKERS
18 N.W. 2nd STREET
PH. FR 2-8182
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
$125 PER ACRE
1,000 Acres, Lake County
% DOWN. Balance 4 Years
Adjoining 3.000 Homesite
across from 2 million acre
National Forest
Hoffman Realty
1427 N. Federal Highway
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
LO 4-8419 9:00 to 9:00
Unlimited Funds
for
Top Grade
Industrial and
Commercial
Mortgage Loans
R. K. COOPER, INC.
2733 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Phone HI 4-4611
7210 RED ROAD
PH. MO 7-2568
, W'$e People Know
'J* 'lie lime to lay"
"J *k from brief voco-
L*"! to calls for BEACH
|J*1* lots, homes, betitMM
lu* .?rop,,rtiM *
1*7 with us at our informal
r *on.
SURPRISE haw lmmtt
|**T, "' take some proa
"* liberal term, mm
gKAl ESTATt
RUE.! .Tr*Wi itejftit
ITE-ft"-" THE-SIA
BREVARD
COUNTY
R. C. BURNS
116 WHIardSt.
Cocoa, Florida
specialists in
brevard county
property
WE NAVE ANYTHING TOO
WANT, LAKCE OK SMALL
Rood Frontage
a Ocean Frantaf*
a Business Sites
a Investment Properties
a Groves end Homes
ACREAGE
5 Acres 320' Frontage
Redland Road
', MILE CITY LIMITS OF
HOMESTEAD
GOOD BUY AT $2,200 PER ACRE
20 Acres
IDEALLY LOCATED. 660 FT.
FRONTAGE ON SILVER PALM
DRIVE, 330 FT. WEST OF U.S. I.
$1,500 PER ACRE
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
16821 Federal Hwy., Perrine
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015
Lock Look
20 ACRES
Just off U.S. No. 1. A good deal at
$1,750 per acre, terms
20 ACRES
Old Crove in the Central Redlands
Only $1,500 per acre
40 ACRES
Corner Redland Rd. and Hainlin Dr.,
high land. Only $1,850 per acre, terms.
25 ACRES
Hainlin Dr. beautiful pine land. Good
location. $1,850 per acre, terms.
CALL M0 7-2503
JANES
REALTY COMPANY, INC.
ON U.S. 1 ot KENDALL, South of Miami
12,000 Acres I
TO BE SOLD IN 10 ACRE TRACTS OR
MORE. South side Tamiami Trail, Dads
and Collier County, from $65 to $100
per acre, large and Small Tracts
Throughout the State.
H. L. HEATH
Registered Broker
843475
SUNDAYS and EVENINGS CALL
NE 4-5713 or 89-6032
S. MELBOURNE
180 ACRES CITRUS LAND. 6" wells,
good road frontage, $38,000 29%
down, 10 year mortgage.
EUSTIS
AT CASSIA 1,200 HIGH DRY ACRES,
new highway will go through this
property, making it worth much more
than $146 per acre. 10 year 5%
mortgage.
PALATKA
6,000 ACRES NEAR NEW PULP FAC-
TORY. 4 miles waterfront "i mile
from large lake, good road frontage.
Timber valued at $60,000 $45 per
acre.
VERO BEACH
2,300 ACRES 6 MILES HIGHWAY
FRONTAGE. $80 per acre.
GAINESVILLE
4,000 ACRES NEAR NEW GENERAL
ELECTRIC FACTORY, high railing land.
4 miles highway frontage. A sleeper
at $60 per acre. 29% cash, 5%
mortgage.
IVi Acrtt in Davie
High and Dry. on Cherry Road.
Quarter of mile south of Griffin
Road. (Watch for sign.) 29 Cash.
Balance Ef._____________.
10 Acres on Bowers Road
.. mile south of Or.ff.n Road-
(Watch for s.gn ) Half Cash. Bal-
ance EZ-
10 Acres Near
Hollywood Blvd.
J400 p,r A re Half c
1500 Acres on
Half cash.
Hollywood Blvd.
$500 POT A.re cash.
150 Acres Blvd. &
Pembroke Rood Frontage
29*. cash
20 Acres or Less
Port Everglades
Industrial____
Phone Key Howell
Hollywood 3-2733 Evenings
GLENN MITCHELL, ftWter
2422 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
^iav8WrrrvW
Key Largo
Acreage
100 ACRES, excellent investment. Has
a great potential. Choice location.
Develop with adjacent properties.
Large highway and water frontage.
Total price $120,000. STEAL IT NOW.
Have notice to raise price soon. SEE:
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM BLDG.
MIAMI
WEEKDAYS FR 3-9922
ORLANDO
9 600 ACRES BEAUTIFUL HIGH ROLLING
HILLS, will have 4 miles highway
frontage. This will double in value
when highways are completed. $70
per acre.
a
For the Best in Fla. Land See
BILL POTTER
YOUK FMENDIY COUNTRY BROKER
Route 2, Box 556 .
Ph. 817-7212 817-7582
Miami 43
Closed Sunday
To
act
August bros hYt
*^ Is the DESTf
0
FT. MYERS AREA
5 MILES CHARLOTTE BAY FRONTAGE
10,800 ACRES Price 51.350.000
Good Terms
A. E. & R. F. Raidle Real Estate
232 S. County Rd., Palm Beach Ph. TEmple 3-4549



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GLOBAL SHORTS
FLASHES FROM THE NEAR EAST
ISTANBUL (JTA) Seven Israeli fishermen arrested in Turkish
Waters several weeks ago on charges of illegally fishing in Turkey's
territorial waters were released here. The fishing vessels remain con-
Iisiated. Failure on the part of the Turkish Government to reply to
requests for exit visas for a Turkish championship basketball team,
which has been invited to visit Israel, is being interpreted here as part
ol the Turkish Government s campaign to give no open sign of friend-
ship for Israel lest it alienate the Arab st;ites The team. knoXvn as
"GaUtWWy,*1 an Istanbul group, has been invited to participate in the
"Hapoel Festival'- in Israel. The Israelis had made all travel arrange-
imnts lor the Turkish team.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
BRUSSELS (JTA)Concern was expressed here by Jewish circles
in Antwerp following the receipt <>f a warning from Saudi Arabia ex-
lending Ms inti-Jewisll boycott to the diamond trade. The warning
justed on the premises of the Diamond Office" in Antwerp, was trans-
mitted by the Belgian legation at Jeddah. and set up rules for diamond
trade with the Arabian kingdom It stated that firms making offers to
.s.i all Arabia should not be of Jewish origin.
BERLIN (JTA)The East Ccrman Ministry of Justice, it is learned
here, instructed all notaries not to issue legal certifications pertaining
tn the death or last will of former K;i-t German residents, if such docu-
ments miyht be used for filmy indemnification claims m West Germany.
I at Germany makes few arrancements for restitution and indemnifi-
cation to Nazi victim! living within Baal Germany, and none lor those
who have emigrated.
PARIS (JTA) France will deliver 2.000 semiautomatic rifle- ol
1MB manufacture to Syria, the newspaper Paris Soir reported here
'Ihe game newspaper assorted that France had recently shipped six
Mystere jets to Israel and was readying another six The Syrian rifles
are being shipped under an order placed March 14. 1956. La Soir mid.
dded that 13 eases Ol un> were shipped last week to Syria under
the -ame contract.
BONN (JTAJ There are two former German Army officers of
Jewish descent among 44 who have recently been ruled eligible for re-
activation Or reinstatement on the basis of their having iM'on ousted by
Hitler for reason- rooted in Na/i ideology, it was learned from the
ense Ministry here. Ihe date was obtained through an attempt by
Social Democratic Bundestag deputy Dr. Adolf Amdt to find out why
no officen removed by Hitler on political or racial pounds, and there-
entitled to at least their old rank, have so far been appointed to
the new Germany army.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
WASHINGTON (JTA) Syrian military officers are being given
1 S Army commando training at Fort Benmng. Ga., and will graduate
this month, it w..- revealed here bj the Defense Department following
the arrival in thi- country of Sheik Mounir Takieddme. Director-
General ol the Ministry ol Defense Oi Lebanon, for a three week tour
of I'nited States military bases and airplane plants
boston ri \ Numerous copies of the anti-Semitic publication.
American Nationalist." emanating from California, have been received
in the New England area, it wa- revealed by the Anti-Defamation
le ol B'nai B'rith here lasl trees:. The publication was launched in
bj i i.mk I. Britten, S5-year-old Hawthorne, Calif., pamphleteer.
who-.- career ..- I hate peddler has earned him the kudos of such
lecessors as Wesley Swift and Gerald L K. Smith
MEXICO CITY iJTA) The first Pan American OSF conference
: b) delegations from the United state- and Jewish
i in Latin American countries It will discuss medical and
th requirements of the Jewish population in various countries.
Jems ol Jewish child care, dissemination of medical knowledge
in Central and South America and other problems con
cerning Jewish health. A number of prominent physlciani will adi
the five-da) parley.
PITTSBURGH FTAi A gang of vandals broke into a Jewish
m the nearby town ol BomevtUe, West atifflin, last week and
ed sio.ooo worth of damage Elgtsty-als tomb-tones were over-
l irned and broken and grave sttea were ripped up and plants trodden
i the ground, police reported. West atifflin Borough police, who
nafed the cost of the damage, asserted that a gang must have been
involved since the extent ol the damage was t.x. great lor one or two
persons to have accomplished.
IATEST WIRES FROM ISRAEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)The London Festival Ballet group of 70 dancers
and technicians arrived in Israel for three weeks of performances
Tickets for all 17 performances to be given in this < ltv were sold out
weeks ago. Paul Torteiier. noted French cellist and composer a non-
Jew who lives with his family at Kibbutz Maabarot. conducted the world
premiere of his symphony. 'Israel." last weekend. The symphony
played by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, received a tremendous
ovation.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mordecai Glassner. 22 year-old theological
seminary student, was killed here by a bullet from an Arab Legionnaire
while fighting a blaze in the Paagi quarter of this city on the edge of
the No-Man's Land which separates the Israeli section of the city from
the Jordanian side. Glassner .along with other students from his semi-
nary, had volunteered for three days' civil defense work in the Paagi
quarter. When shots from across the demarcation line, originating in a
former British police depot, set fire to some weeds, Glassner rushed
to extinguish the blaze There was a renewed burst of firing from the
Arab Legionnaires on the Jordanian side, and the young seminarian was
filled instantjy.
TIL AVtV (JTA) Political developments in North Africa have
reached a point where the danger to the Jewish population is so great
that Israel must plan on accepting 100,000 North African Jews this
year, Yehuda Braginsky. new head of the Jewish Agency absorption
department, said here. He revealed that 20.000 more Jews are expected
to arrive from North Africa by the end of September, bringing the
year's total st that point to 54,000.
Israel Visitor Speaks on Beach
Barbara Bloom Korito. who has Beach Young AdulU at Temple
Beth Sholom.
just returned from Israel where
she spent three months on a study
four, was guest speaker this week
Mrs. Korito is a former member
of Masada and has been active in
Zionist groups here and in Chi-
at a meeting of Masada Miami cago. She went to Israel aboard
the Israeli
Israel, freJKhl
JW -..man wor>
the Zim Liner*. k *
AUGUST BROS l,
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