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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE RWISH UNITY and THE JEWBH WEEKLY
tune
30 Number 25
MfmiJTorida, Friday. June 22, 1956
Price 20*
V
Ouster of Sharett Seen as Return
Of 'Tougher' Policy Toward Arabs;
Minister Views Vote Personal Victory
Special
JERUSALEM-The seesaw of political strength
has once again been tested here. Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett resigned his post Monday. Minister
of Labor Golda Myerson succeeds him. Signs of
the change have been for some time visible in
Israel's capital, with behind-the-scenes talk sifting
V
AIIMI ON MAD US! CONTKOVtRSY
Shepilov Disappoints Cafro
With Red Silent Treatment
Special
CAIRO New Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov, who suc-j
ceeded old guard leader V. II. MolotOV to power in a lightening move
several weeks ago, arrived here Monday in time to participate in Egyp-'
tian ceremonies which saw the raising of the Egyptian flay over the i
Sue/, (anal Zonein the same spot where England's Union Jack had
flown for over 75 years.
In an address Monday. Shepilov told Egypt's leaders that Moscow
is seeking improved relations with
MKS. SOLD A
MY I R SON
. Once a Scheel Teochrr
((USED OF DISCOURTESY1
tiles Explains9 Refusal to See
16 Congressmen on Peace Issue;
Rep. Cellar Questions Motives
[WASHINGTON (JTA) The
ite Department "explained"
P'edncsd.r. a refusal by Secre-
1 of State John Foster Dulles
receive .i group of 10 New
Democratic members of
agress who wanted to see him
the Arab Israel issue Rep.
anuel (Teller, dean of the dele-
on. said the group "question-
I Secretary Dulles' motives" in
sing to see them.
Explaining the refusal. State
tment spokesman Lincoln
|t. said that Secretary Dulles
b that reception of New York
ratic Congressmen on the
el issue might establish a
edent by which he would
! to see delegations from the
w 47 slates. Secretary Dulles
I clear that because of lack
lime he could not see indivi-
state delegations, but was
' see any group of Repub-
licans or Democrats selected on
a nationwide basis, Mi White
said.
Accusing Secretary Dulles of
"discourtesy," the lt> Congress-
men said in a statement that he
had given no reason bul had
arbitrarily refused to grant the
requested appointment The
statement held that Mr. Dulles
"cannot face the challenge of
meeting 16 members face to face,
most particularly when he ia anjU
aware that this delegation is
thoroughly cognizant of the is-
sues at stake and their relation
to the maintenance of peace be
tween Israel and the Arab states.
"The 16 members of this Con-
gressional unit have together ex-
plored this problem and have
unanimously arrived at the cen-
tral conclusion that the most con-
crete step that can be taken for
Continued on Pat* 5 A
Hn Westbut that it will not do so
at the expense of the Arab na-
tions Shepilov said that Arab
friendship "comes first."
Portraying Russia as "the natur-
al friend and ally of dependent
peoples everywhere." he insisted
that his government does not-
like the West"seek tor itself
ny special benefits or advantages
in the Middle East
Shepilov hinted that Russia i-
prepared to offer Egypt economic
,-n.i Tins w;.s m use with Western
si-t Cairo in the Aswan dam pro-
ject Hut shepilov disappointed
strongman Col. Nasser when he
stood silent on the Israel-Arab dis-
pute, refusing t lake side-.
ISRAELIS BOOTED
NO CONFIDENCE NIXED
JERUSALEM Prime Min-
ister David Ben Gurion Tuesday
night beat down a motion of no
confidence in his government.
The vote was 65 to 20, with
six abstentions.
Talks to Ease
Emigration Ban
CASABLANCA (JTAi Negotia-
tions were started last weekend
with the Moroccan Government in
an attempt to secure partial re-
storation of organized emigration
ol Jews from Morocco to Israel, it
was learned here Wednesday. The
outcome ot these negotiations will
not be known for several days.
In the meantime, it was officially
confirmed here that more than 30,
Israeli citizens attached to various,
Jewish organizations in Morocco
have been ordered to leave the
country within eight days. They
include leading members of the
staff of Kadimah. the institution
which directed Jewish emigration
from Morocco and which was dis-
solved last week by order of the
Moroccan Government.
out into this city and across to Western leaders.
Mr. Sharett's resignation brought to the fore a
rift In policy between him and the man with
whom he has worked closely for some 25 years
Prime Minister David Ben Burion.
The seesaw had first turned when Ben Gurion
left the Prime Minister's spot several years ago
to "retire" to Sde Boker, southern point in Israel's
Negev. At that time, Ben Gur-
ion's resignation was interpreted
as the elder statesman's desire to
serve as a symbol for Israeli
youth "to take to the land"
to leave the Jewish State's over-
crowded cities for its sparsely
populated hinterlands and to
take up an agricultural life.
In reality, observers saw the
retirement as a deposition and
the culmination of a government
battle, which Ben Gurion lost.
The temper of Israel had swung
from his "hard-fisted" attitude
toward the Arabs to one of
moderation, which Mr. Sharett
represented. Ben Gurion's sub-
sequent return to power, with
Sharett again taking on the
duties of Foreign Minister, indi-
cated Israel's desire to
resume
Continued on Page 2 A
MOSM SHARfrr
T#r VWeawVtly
DHAHRAN AIR FORCE BASEJSJTWSSEDJ|^)m^
STATE DEPARTMENT URGED TO CHECK ARAB ACTION
WASHINGTON (JTA>A dele-
gation representing the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, met here with
the Acting Assistant Secretary of
EjjMl HEMBERSHI? BASED 0M NONAFEJUAWtj
ionist Group Considers New Organization
. j u.. w rnnuress with regard
VORK (JTA)
Uncial
Problem
committee on organization
A decision to appoint a
"to consider
"f forming a national membership
jtion based on the principle of non-affilia-
*'h Israeli political parties." was adopted at a
"ng held here under the auspices ol the Inde-
* Zionist Group of America under the chair
P ol Judge Louis E. Levinthal of Philadelphia
k" in thai reported to the meeting, held at
Astoria hotel, on the proceedings of the
World Zionist Congress and emphasised the
gfe3SSSSS|
Continued on Paoe A
State for Near Eastern Affairs.
William M. Rountree, to make
formal complaint against con-
tinued Arab violation of the
rights of American citizens.
The delegation, headed by Dr.
Israel Goldstein, president of the
AJC. urged the State Department
to take action to halt these
abuses. The delegation particu-
larly called to Mr. Rountrees at-
tention the Dhahran air base
lease with Saudi Arabia which
provides for the denial of entry
to the base of persons deemed
"objectionable" by Saudi Arabia.
This provision has been inter-
preted by that Arab country to
justifv the exclusion of all Unit-
ed States military and civilian
personnel who are Jewish and
the interpretation has been ac-
cepted by the State Department.
The delegation also pointed out
that while the United States was
granting American dollars to Jor-
dan and other Arab countries as
part of the United States foreign
aid program, these countries had
forbidden their nationals to use
such dollars in trade with Amer-
ican Jews. To counteract this
discrimination against American
Jews, the delegation asked the
State Department to adopt the
following measures:
1. To instruct George Wads-
worth, U.S. Ambassador to
Saudi Arabia*" *n>w renego-
tiating the Dhahfan Air Base
lease, to insist upon pro-
visions that would allow the
United States to assign mili-
tary and civilian personnel
to that base without regard
to their religious affiliations;
2. To prevent Arab states
from discriminating against
American Jewish business-
Continued on Page 2A



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_FridQy. June 22
35 Students on Monticello Honor Roil
Thirty-fivo students have been Wexler. Barry ;,,,,, "
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man
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Ouster of Sharett Seen Return to Tougher' Pciicy for Arabs
Continued from Paoe 1 A
its "tough" attitude toward the
Arab nations.
Sharett's resignation Monday,
according to observers here,
>hows that moderation is not the
remper of the Israel government
Today and that while every ef-
'ort wiil continue to be made in
the direction of peace, Ben Gur-
lon wants no official "go easy"
spokesman in his cabinet.
The woman who succeeds him
was born in Kiev, came to the
United States at the age of eight.
subsequently joined the Milwau-
kee school system and went to
Palestine with her Zionist leader
husband at the age of 23.
Although Bon Gurion has ask-
ed Sharett to take on the leader-
ship of the majority Mapai
party, Sharett has refused. Ac-
cording to Arch Parson, Jr., for-
eign correspondent in Israel of
the New York Herald Tribune,
he has also refused to pit him-
self directly against Ben Gurion
in an all-out battle for power to
avoid "a major upheaval in the
Israeli government at a critical
point in its existence."
The nine-man central commit-
tee of Mapai announced a 35-7
party vote to oust Sharett from
his post. There were 47 ab-
stentions, which Mr. Sharett con-
siders a major victory on his
part. He will remain a member
of the Knesset.
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- June 22.
1956
l*?!sIhridrtor
JUNE 26
later
Miami Women to Welcom
Page 3 A
EXTRA
Proclaimed
ity Month
:ob Sher
tootinuin? crisis in the
|Pit, which poses a grave
I for the people of brael,
[pet by decisive economic
|the part of the local Jew-
fcanity.-' it was declared
by Jacob Sher, chair-
[ Greater Miami Commit-
of Israel Bonds.
a concerted response
f's critical need for devel-
il within the next few
er announced that the
of June ha- been proclaim-
riy Month During this
pointed out, an extraor-
leampaign will be conducted
nunities throughout the
to provide a record
Israel Bond funds to bol-
l's economic security.
m Support
All Year
gh by far the most con-
ort in the history of the
ids women's division new
the unit operates as
and bod> under the lead-
I of Mrs Anna Brenner
eran Zionist leader, now
vice chairman of the
ity school board, took
Iduirmanship of the worn-
i earlier this year from
i Selig
er vice chairmen are
m Goodn\in. in charge of
organizations, and
Kasow, in charge
organiz.i'ions.
as co-chairmen of the
rision. which is the mass
re Mr Harry Platoff
Sam u p I Z. Sakrais.
Buel Rot is chairman of
chapter of Sponsors of
a-hich is i omposed of all
|taying at least $1,000 in
nds dunni; 1956.
* weiti is chairman of
committee. and as the
June 26 demonstrates,
passe I in that field.
airmen o| the women's
ludc Mrs. Anna Wolf
M|- Miriam Press,
[ooksp.m and Mrs. Lena
Kitt., c-l .........e Mrs- Epstein;
K"YjaJ JACOB SMfl
In Brief:
WHERE Algiers Nofef,
WHEN Tuesday, June
26th, at IJ.-00 4.Af.
WHAT -"Women for
Israel" Brunch with Mrs.
Kitty Sakrais, Mrs. Judith
Epstein, Luther Adler, Sam
JaHe and Hebrew Aca-
demy Bays' Choir.
ADMISSION limited to
women purchasing or
selling at least one State
of Israel Bond during
month of June, 1956.
RESERVATIONS Tele-
phone IE 1-5314 or mail
coupon below to Bond
Office.
Academy Boys'
Choir Scheduled
The Boys' Choi, of the Hebrew
Academy, famed for its appear-
ances at functions honoring Israeli,
Premier Moshe Sharett and Ambas-1
sador'Abba Eban. will be a special
added attraction at the June 26'
program welcoming Mrs. Judith
Epstein and Mrs. Kitty Sakrais.
The 15-boy choir, under the!
direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag,!
also has appealed on various pro-,
grams throughout South Florida!
for the United Nations, various
women's organizations and at the
| annual Hebrew Academy dinners.
Mrs. Donnerstag, who is musical
director at the Hebrew Academy,
said the choir will sing Israeli,
American, Negro spiritual and
Latin American numbers.
Located in Miami Beach at 6th
st.. the nine-year old Hebrew day will be the guest of the Greater
school has 250 students.
Gala Function
Slated June 26
This page is your invitation to
the most exciting women's func-
tion in the history of Greater
'Miami Jewry. Although the pro-
[gram itself is a great attraction,
i the rallying point for this climatic
brunch of "Women for Israel"
month is the great decision about
to be reached in the Middle East.
That decision is whether Israel
can continue her rapid strides to-
wards economic independence in
the face of military and political
obstacles thrown in her path al-
most daily.
Tuesday. June 26. at the Algiers
Hotel, the women of this area will
give their answer. They will hear
a dramatic report on her recent
trip to Israel by Mrs. Samuel Z.
Sakrais, 1956 Chen chairman for
Israel Bonds and former president
of the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah.
Mrs. Sakrais toured all of the
Miami chapter of the Sponsors of, important industrial and agricul-
Israel at a reception and tea Mon-tural developments in Israel made
: day. June 25. at the Miami home', Possible by Israel Bond dollars.
MIS. M0SIS I. IPSTflN
Sponsors' Tea
Set June 25
of Mrs Samuel T. (Carrie) Sapiro,
3029 Brickell ave.
Sponsors of Israel are those
women who purchase at least
SI.IKK) in State of Israel Bonds
, during 1956.
Mrs. Samuel Rost. chairman of
the Sponsors of Israel, said "It is
encouraging that Mrs. Sapiro has
made her home available. This is
the first Sponsors' affair held in
Miami in recent years, and I know
Carrie's leadership throughout
Greater Miami together with our
admiration for Mrs. Epstein will
make this a truly successful func-
tion."
(MIS. LOUIS GOLDMAN
Veteran Leader at Helm
At the helm of "Women for Israel" Month, record-setting
emergency campaign for State of Israel Bonds, in Greater Miami
is one of Hadassah's foremost workers in the^South. Mrs. Louis
(Lee) Goldman, who has headed"
the campaign for the Hebrew n,(t exciting functions in Greater
University-Hadassah Medical Cen- viami History.
ter here for many years, accepted M|X Epstein is symbolic not
the post of chairman of the month on]y (lf n;u|a_ah. but of the devo-
"I want to personally invite tion of American Jewish women to
lull
And Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, for-
mer national president of Hadas-
sah, known as Judith to hundreds
every woman in this area to attend Israel. I have received he
the June 26 program." Mrs. support from the *ond*rf.u/ */h*"
Goldman said. "Just the report by ers of Pioneer Women. ****>
B'nai B'rith. the American Jewish
all of the Sisterhoods
about every group in
Mrs. Kitty Sakrais alone would be
a wonderful incentive, but to have Congress,
our beloved Judith Epstein on the and just
same program makes one of the Dade County
,vt3 "

HUlS. SAMUfl SAPIRO
MIS. SAMUfl Z. SAKRAIS
of thousands of American Jewish
women, will be on hand.
She will report on the just-
concluded World Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem.
Mrs. Epstein, first national chair-
man of the women's division of
Israel Bonds, now serves as honora-
ry chairman of the national unit.
Active for more than three decades
in the Hadassah organization, Mrs.
Epstein is one of America's most
important Jewish leaders.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Mrs.
Irwin Liss, presidents of the Miami
Beach and Miami chapters of Ha-
dassah, are actively working with
Mrs. Goldman to obtain the com-
plete support of every Hadassah
group.
HOW YOU CAN ATTEND
Mr. Louis Goldman, Chairman
1544 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Dear Mrs. Goldman: .
Piece make________re~rvat.ons %/OT *ech^
tel. my cnecK
is enclosed.
of Israel
1
MBTunchfor brael at the Algiers Hotel. My check
!? VrirTT- -for State of Israel
Soynd.a"dk i^ctionTloTu^.uance are attached
on
the enclosed commitment card
Name.
Tel.
Addrees-
STAGE STARS LUTHER ABLER, SAM JAFEE ACCEPT
BID TO APPEAR AT ALGIERS HOTEL EE1E JUNE 26
Two of the foremost figures in
the American theatre, Luther
Adler and Sam Jaffe. will appear
at the June 26 brunch for Israel
through the courtesy of Miami
Beach's Roosevelt Theatre.
Adler is well known for many
appearances in the movies, on
Broadway and over television.
Jaffe is best remembered for his
role as "Gunga Din" in the motion
picture of the same name.
Adler will be the star of "The
Reclining Figure," which will be
showing at the Roosevelt when the
| is held.

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Volume 30 Number 25
Friday June. 22. 1956
Sharett's Resignation and the Withdrawal of Moderation
Moshe Sharett's resignation as Foreign
nister of Israel was imminently expected by
observers who have been examining the Israel
government scene for some time.
Mr. Sharett has never been one to com-
promise principles so far as his attitude toward
the Arab nations is concerned. He it was who
traveled to Geneva in April, 1955. when Presi
dent Eisenhower and other Western leaders
were in the process of meeting with Russian
d Is.
In the face of an emerging Geneva "new
look," Mr. Sharett felt no gualms about calling
to the attention of the Big Three the potentially
explosive situation in the Near East. As a mat-
of fact, one may say with a considerable
degree of accuracy that the then Israel Foreign
Minister sounded the first warning concerning
things to come in this area of the world.
Like the proverbial ostrich, the West was too
busy slappinq the Communists on the back to
n to Mr. Sharett and to accede to his gov-
nent's plea for defensive arms. They were
so busy, in fact, that they failed to be prepared
when Russian foreign policy operating on all
fronts simultaneously won the Arabs' fancy
and successfully penetrated the Near East.
Mr. Sharett left Geneva defeated. But he was
a symbol of pluck and determination that his
country would not be sold down the river. It
comes therefore as a surprise to those not fully
aware of the internal Israel scene that Mr.
Sharett is generally considered a proponent of
moderation and that his resignation is directly
attributed to it.
But if Mrs. Sharett was a moderate in his
Arab foreign policy, he was so merely by con-
trast with Prime Minister Ben Gurion. At this
.me, it is safe to say that Mr. Sharett is a vie-
of circumstance; the pendulum has swung
iy from him as it did previously from Mr.
Ben Gunon's "stay tough" attitude, when the
-r "retired" to Sde Boker.
Principally to be regretted in the entire affair
A New flag Over Suez
Russia's new foreian minister. Dmitri Sheni-
lov, arrived on a mission to Cairo early this
week at a particularly painful time for Western
observers.
A pert from the fact that the diplomatic visit
ibolizes increasingly the Arab League's
identification with the Communist bloc and un-
derscores this miserable failure of Western
foreign policv to maintain the Arab nations
within its sphere of influence. Mr. Shepilov
rul bed the Biq Three's wounds with added
doses of salt by attending a flag-raising cere-
mony.
It was a particularly sianificant ceremony
the unfurling of the Egyptian flag high above
the bastions of the Suez Canal zone, where for
some twentv-five years previously, the British
Un.on Jack had proudly fluttered.
This note of nostalaia is certainly no apology
for British foreign policy in the Near Eastor.
ndeed, anvwhere else. But the fact is that the
withdrawal of British domination there has
sounded the knoll for a new era in East-West
relations.
There can be no denyinq that continued
British occupation of the Suez Canal zon
would have meant a much more stable world
situation. Current Egyptian domination un-
doubtedly presaqes the scrapDing of the Treaty
cf Constantinoplethe reaulatory instrument
of international law governing the use of the
canal.
Henceforth. Egypt will clearly have her way
.11 matters dealing with the strnteqic water-
way. This can only spell added disconfort for
an Israel which has had the canal illegally
blocked to her by the Egyptians even well in
advance of the British departure.
All of which reminds us of President Eisen-
hower's message to Congress in January when,
reviewing the proqress of his Administration,
the President pointed to the Suez Canal "solu-
:on" as one of the major acmevbmenti
is the fact that Mr. Sharett's feelinq of personal
injury forces him to reject the Prime Minister's
proffer of leadership in the majority Mapai
party. The former Foreign Minister is, of course,
a powerful force in the Israel Parliament and
in Mapai. The fact that upward of 45 persons
abstained horn votinq in the ouster move is
indication enough of that. But as a member of
Parliament, alone. Mr. Sharett will be further
removed from the Prime Minister than many
observers would like.
For all too many Israelis and. indeed many
Americans, are aware of Mr. Ben Gurion's
occasional lapses into muscle-flexinq far out
of proportion to the reality of events. Mr. Shar-
ett's "moderation" would be a welcome bal-
ancing agent.
He Makes His Own Rules
Secretary of State Dulles' refusal to see a
16 man Congressional delegation to discuss
Near Eastern affairs is an affront to the Ameri-
can Democratic process.
' Congress is the legislative branch of our
government which, among ottatw things, serves
as a traditional check aqainst the executive.
When Mr. Dulles refuses to be called to
account by the legislators of this nation, he is
tellina us that his rule must never be ques-
tioned.
In placing himself above Concrresv Mr.
Dulles "explained" that members of the 16-man
deleqation were all from one state and that if
they had represented many states he would be
glad to see them.
This evasive technique has many implica-
tions. Principal among them are these:
1. The "one state" was New York. Mr. Dulles
obviously intended to indicate that the
Congressional delegation was actinq out
of consideration for the "Jewish vote."
2. Mr. Dulles felt that Congressional repre-
sentatives from other states would show
greater sympathy for his pro-Arab poli-
cies, which he could never defended in
the face of crusading senior delegate
Emanuel Celler.
By himself introducing issues alien to the
concepts of American democracy. Mr. Dulles
betrayed his feelings about the entire Near East
affair.
Apparently, he forqets Arab identification
with the Central Powers during World War I,
positive help to Germany during World War II
and an expanding Arab League moving ir-
revocably toward the East today.

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During The Week.. .
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JHE MOST comprehensive account of the traced, of.
under Nazism. Gerald Reitlinger's The Final c
Attempt to Exterminate the fewi ol Europe imiaS1
brought out in a German translation by rni....."', '
publishing house, after delays marked by efforti in'JL*'
of an unexpurgated edition
"Final solution of the Jewish question i
mism used by the Nazi engineers of death tn'owJ^
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slaughtering all Jewish inhabitants in the enentries Jz\
control. Reitlinger's study, which trie- this Nazi plan hJ
tion in more abundant detail than an) ,y V(1. ."
published by London's Vallentine. Mitchell in 1953 and J[V!J"
Beechhurst Press in 1954. The present German vttamld
pared by Dr. J. W. Bruegel of London.
The appearance of the 720-page work in Gorman
considered a most important event by observer! here andl
Germany. In the words of publisher Otto 11. Hen no
many can any longer say that he is unable to learn the facts]
sentiments are expressed in a pretaca contributed by 1
Rudolf Hagelstange. The president of the Berlin Oh r
Willy Brandt of the Social Democratic Party, in a special
ference welcomed the fact that the German voluma ha*
blc on the German market.
Professor Theodor Heuss. the Federal President also I
publishing venture his support. The initial edition'rum |
copies, of which a Bonn government agency for the strong
democratic ideas has purchased a considerable number. Cei
text modifications were effected, with the authors consent!
became apparent that the names of individuals who again 1
in public life were included in the English appendix h-ting'
of some of the participants in the final solution "
In German literary circles. Otto H. Hen 1- bet) known)
er of a magazine edited by the students of We-t Berlin's 1
and colleges. He is a great-grandnephew (if Mosei Hess.
Socialist and Zionist who died at Paris in 1875 and is
Cologne Jewish cemetery.
AKABS MAY OrtH WMMATIOM UJKIAU
THE ARAB League may shortly open an "Information
and may also issue a German-language press service. 1
matic envoy of one of the Arab states told a local editorial
view, while at the same time denying published reports ab
to have this "Information Bureau" act as a "control off
regard to West German reparations deliveries going to
Recent German newspaper stories inspired by Arabj
quarters had claimed that such an Arab agency to control 1
vise" reparations shipments was about to be set up in the
man capital. Ose article, sent from Cairo by Herbert von j
and carried by several major dailies whose correspond
quoted the secretary general of the Arab League to the 1
the projected Bonn office would "support the Arab en
credited to the Federal Republic in "watching over Gem
tions. particularly so as to prevent the furnishing of strati
rials to Israel."
The secretary general rather ominously and ni|
from Cairo that, as long ago as January 1954, the Arab I
drawn the attention of the West German K-deral Covernn
alleged "illegal re-export to third countries of reparation-1
to the "ease with which certain reparation- i:oods might
formed into strategic material." Bonn had not acceded to t
requests at the time, the Arab League official continued, 1
that this had prompted the present scheme to establish '
supervisory office."
In the meantime. Egypt is continuing to bring blacknufll
to bear on Bonn, which has made it clear that it will beT
break off relations with any state that extends diplomatic 1
to East Germany. Making the most of West OsWa*
grant far-reaching concessions to avert such a contingency!
on by Nazi advisers in Cairo. Egypt has sent three Cabinet
to East Germany in as many months, even though there are|
matic relations between the two countries.
Following upon Minister of State Anwar el Sadat, poj
the semi-official Cairo daily "El Gumhunya, and upon
Health Nour el Din Taraf it is now the Governor of a
Abd el Fatten el Bendary. who has arrived in East
extended visit. He was welcomed at the East Berlin airpon
Minister President Heinrich Rau, who in his turn M
weeks ago.
This journeying to and ro is designed to lend sharp J
the implied threat that, unless Egyptian demands a"*^
"pull another Formosa." i.e. extend diplomatic recog
(.ermahy as it extended recognition to Red china.
Zionists Consider New Organizatk
Based on Non-Political Afffial
Continued from Page 1 A
party differences and controver
sies not crowd the agenda of
Zionist groups in the Diaspora
and whereas these views are
shared by countless Jews in the
l mted States and there is a need
for a. national Zionist group that
shall be based on the above prin-
Zionists of Amen"-
group by the ^
Congress. **.,;
provisional coa*""
forming a ntK' J
organization bM*1 JI
political pert*" ,
the general H*'_?.l


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Beth Sholom confirms class of 36. Left to right (first row) are
Shan Deutsch. Jill Huberman, Marilyn Jablo, Betty Durbin,
Sara Kleinman. Judith Rishards, Nan Herman, Joan Kratish,
Marilyn Zeitlin, Linda Kornblum. Second row are Phyllis
Silvers, Nancy Schonfeld, Abby Hirsch, Svdney J. Gr*nhprq.
educational director. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Solomon Lichter, confirmation instructor, Brenda
Club Party
due l Diversity club of South-
llorida held a cocktail
J for former Purdue students
bturday at the home of Robert
, 922 Osorio ave., Coral
The Purdue Lafayette
will hold a buffet at the
ir hotel at C p.m. on Sept. 21.
i of Purdue Prograaa will be
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Local Rabbi Assists in Arrangements
The State of Israel haj for the Rabbi Stern revealed that he has
first time made arrangements to received "special thanks" from
purchase large quantities of koser Israel's Chief Rabbinate for his
meat in the United Statea for home part in the "successful arranae-
consumption. according to an nient to supervise such large scale
nouncement this week by Rabbi koshering." He added that "the
Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob Congrega- numerous details and halachic im-
tion spiritual leader and aetive plications of the operation de
kashruth spokesman. manded keen study and revision
Rabbi Stern said Wednesday of koshering laws adaptable to the
that he was contacted by Israel's chief Rabbinate of Israel."
Chief Rabbinate and Dr. Isaac The Beth Jacob spiritual leader
i Halevy Herzog, as well as by Is- revealed here that he is "in con-
j rael's official representative. Rabbi stant touch" with the Kansas city
j B. Efrali. to assist in the adminis- plant and expects to visit it in July.
tration of the American purchases, Meanwhile. Rabbi Stern left for
Rabbi Stern, who has tarved Mexico this week to administer
previously as kashruth consultant the shipment of kosher meat to
to the Chief Rabbinate, flea to ferae! from Tampico.
Kansas City to organize the Central -------------------------
Packing Co to uppiy sme three OULLES 'EXPLAINS' REFUSAL
million pounds of kosher meat to
Israel under the new arrange-
ments.
"During the last decade, I have
administered the supervision of
kosher meat amounting to tens of
thousands of cattle per year,"
Rabbi Stern said in his announce-,
Brody, Nancy Ory, Carole Seiderman. Third row are Carole
Miller, Nikki Kraus, Dianne Deutsch. Jane Rubin, Amy Steele,
Linda Marlin, Isabelle Hecht, Bea Nadler, Arlene Ash, Susan
Greenberg. Fourth row are Gilbert Spevack, class president,
Steven Baron, Michael Miller, Richard Lewis, Michael Mar
golis, Gary Diener, Ronald Winger, Victor Bailey, Eugene
Brenner, Jerald Hart.
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the maintenance of peace is an
equilibrium of arms between the
opposing factions. It is. of course,
this unanimity of approach that
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Beachite-Key Wester Gets Degree from University ot Fieri
Mitchell Lewil
Kc> Will and
Appelrouth. of
Miami Beach,
Sigma Pi professional business frj
ternity. He was also active in the
guishrri
military <.tuftnt
wived his eon,miK '*
graduated last week from the Ini-! schools ROTC program. He be-J nies following
vcr-ity of Florida, receiving nil
Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration. His ma-
jor field of study was in distribu-
tive industries and market re-
search activitn v
Appelrouth s college activities
included membership in Delta
longed to Scabbard and Blade, hon-
"Five yecn-3 of distinguished service to Israel" brought this
plaque to Mayshie Friedberg, Miami Beach Labor Zionist
leader (center) at Sunday's "Workers for Israel" meeting at
Waldman's Crown hotel. Saul Ashkenazy (left1 here presents
the award, with Seymour B. Liebman and Richard Gerstein
looking on. The Israel Bonds session sent Greater Miami's
1956 sales past the S300.000 mark and highlighted "Israel
Security Month."
Col. Weizmann Shows Grave Alarm
Over Communist Arms in Near East
- me 1 rten of the State
<; Israel Bond* campaign Sunday
beard three appeal- for aid to
Israel in aa mans divergenl form-
The volunteer worker- as-emhled
at Waldman Crown hotel to hon-
- IGamJ Beach Labor Zionist
Friedberg and to
welcoi Etei Weizmann.
v.mg
. Wei/mann. wearing a mili-
1 crew cu' hair -tyle. breathed
< nfidence in brael*i (lghtint
quality, but ibowod grave alarm
<-.er th. growing quantity of Com-
munisl aid to the An
He pointed out that Egyptian
Premier Carnal AbcVj Nasser is
ning arms from the East while
smiling at the Wed tad whal do
think American reaction
if 1st I accepted Bi d
irm
The DC i the l-te I)r
I Weizmann, I Rnri
i shared the plat
with Richard Gerstein, Democratic
i ttomey, and
Hendnck J. Bern-. Miami Herald
foreign aftair- writer
Gerstein said The Inited States
government should provide more
assistance to Israel, the only cita-
'li I of democracy in the Middle
But, at once But it is up to us
to write our Congressmen and Sen-
ator- in Washington if we are to
indicate our de- irt-
Gerstein- sentiment echoed
statements by Berns that "it'a time
to -top voting for a man who's
good for our business, and time to
vote for a man who known hi- hu-i
ness Bern- warned the audience
never to minimize the dangers of
war in the Middle East." And he
cautioned that any major disturb-
ance of the peace there will preci-
pitate | third World War.
Friedberg received plaque for
live yean "f distinguished Mrvice
to braai through energetic efforts
in behalf Of the 1-rael Bond- ||
Mil -
re than S20.000 in bond- WU
at the meeting, bringing the
1956 total pa-t the S3DO.000 mark
Jock Rosen A1A Edges
Hillel to Win First Place
In a tightly fought game, first
place Jack Rosen AZA edged Mil
lei AZA 5-4 to finish the -<
undefeated and come in first in
the AZA -oftball league. Hillel
AZA finished second.
.lack Ko-en- first team con-i-ts
of Howie Ro-en. Charlie Beckson.
Zale Bernstein, Steve Katz. Stan
Jackson, Barry Sebern. Bob Sow-
-k> Bonnie Buthfield, Mark Med-
off. Alan Ho--. Boh Marcii-. Alan
Steinman, Paul Fleischer. Richard
Jacobs and Alan Cooper.smith.
Sidney Glazier, city manager of
the I-ra.l Bond- organization, was
f' ted on the eve of his departure
to Israel.
Seymour B. Liebman. a member
of the national hoard of governors
of the Israel Bonds organization,
moderated the panel discussion.
Chairman Jacob Sher of the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds noted there
i- -till plenty of time in Israel
Security Month for this area to
achieve its goal. I call upon all
Guardians and Trustees to renew
their purchases for 1956 in these
decisive hours."

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1958
JC President Declares Jewry
Must Assist Other Religious Groups
In Battle for Racial Integration
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the
Council
<>* that the In,.,,, ,hrMian ^VM,
inter.
demtc but rea
ill."
Comparing condition, in
' ';. those obUinin, ,n .
UK* be jjve,, l0 th
bigotn
T* NUghMH leader continued,
" Prophetic faith would
mandate U to lead ,n thi
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Eventful Program Is Presentation Site
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moral
Itivi
r
4eld t (ear and nairea. u and Jewish
de cowardly 'yes' instead ^
,rin2 o" 'hen w and our
lh will fail.
,s the severest test in our
4 the vitality of the ideals
;ar,.i religion." D\ Maurice
th. president of the
of American Hebrew Con-
I t body of 530 re
templ<"- in the Western
,t:ited Saturday be-
liemher- "f the organization^
rd at a dinner meet-
Sew Y<>rk > Harmonic club.
I.;,., drath stated that he
ialiv applauded Chrlitta
"( all denominations, in-
Southern Presbyterians,
the fight against desegre-
Xhe most radiant exam-
ui in action was the
grikc engendered by Chris-
dergymen in Montgomery,
Yet. continued Dr. Eisen-
hardly a single white
lun clergyman or rabbi in
[omcn dared to raise his Joseph Rayvis (center, outgoing president of Sholem lodae
'VLXtfra B:na! B'ri,h'-*? <"<" **>- o. h. **
er Kir.'-: and his true band
aslant-
reform leader said that he
letter" ol tribute to the
of these various Christian
iih group- ought to join in
Inomcr.tou- effort," Dr. Eisen-
. warned, adding, "if we do
lire in this struggle we are
of tl est idolatry."
jed the L'AHC to step up its
laction program and to estab-
sorial action office in the
ore rngregatorSan,HtBethTf,,ah R">i'1 "un8ar'an re-taurant.
ore JSX5 Z?l2$" ''r"gram "" a "^ Malkah.
a-,-,- -ray and 'SfiSLft SZ 2* ?." f-* '" hi'"',r
of Meyer KatZ. VsidenTof "he ton nl "^ rr"n' "~' l"'
gretttion". ( hevra Mi.hnais. Speakers included spintuai lead-
Presentation was made on behalf er Rabbi Joseph Rackov.ky and
oi me officers and members of Isidor Kramer, president of Beth
Chnsi **- ^ Beth Ttikm by Philip weiau.etth. raw,.
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONOR and DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
the lodge from Stanley Caiden (right), president, while Harry
Schwartz, president-elect, looks on. Presentation took place
recently at installation of new officers in the Lucerne hotel.
Greater Miami Philanthropy Makes
Staggering Amount Available to UJA
\L\iS*
HOMES
MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Aye ~ Phone FR 3-3431
KE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
Greater Miami Jewry this year
achieved an unprecedented mark
in philanthropy in Mi response to
the survival campaign conducted
Thi-
otfice would give
ii and Cantor
tend Confabs
by the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Over $1,000,000 has been made
available to the UJA in the great-,
est outpouring of furds in the hi-
tory of local campaigns. Most re-
cent loan to the UJA in the amount
2) Payable in four equal install-
ments, the first payment due
twelve months from date of
new loan.
31 Firm collateral to be furn-
ished by the UJA.
4) Secure loan at best interest
rates available.
The above action by Federation
complies with a request by the
of $550,000 v is authorized by the national UJA campaign cabinet.
executive committee of the Great-
Morris \. skop and Can- er Miami Jewish Federation la3t
ig Robinson, of the Coral month.
wish Center, left Monday ( President Howard Kane an-
il national conventions in half a million dollar-, plus the
H.1 I Atlantic City, nounced Wednesday that "our
repular 19.V5 allocation of over
I Skop attending national i/ja Emereencv Survival Fun I of
V of spiritual leaders at one quarter milii
* City for the presentation to our present loan, will brill
papers and discus- total I'JA collections to more than
Prol fronting the S
$'
-0-
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
it
Kane pointed out that CJA two
we and Jews throughout years ag0 extended a loan of ST
lorW 000 to the I'JA r Miami's
"r Robin* |. representing share of the national I'JA consoli-
Mtr al the American Con-idation |,,an .
f ,. ,- J Action recommended by Federa-
fied Cantors of us executive C()mmi,,. .,.;.
IcongreyuiiMiis in the United
N f0 Practkt
attorney Kurt Wellisch
W admitted to practice be-1
l*e United States Supreme j
| ponies in Washington, D.C..'
: month. ,
1) That a S 1.000.000 loan be
floated, reducing simultane-
ously the $450,000 unpaid
balance.
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Heiman WiH Host
Victory Party
S.mi .1 Hc-iman. chairman of one
rf the most wceaaaftil Combined
Jewish Appeal drncs in local his-
i will be host to nearly 1.000
teer workers it v
i ;tail Party" on Sunday June
24. .it the FOntainebleau hotel
i he event \a eel* duled from 4
p.m.
H will extend his per
to CIA el rn
rs and volunteei made
i 000 in
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Admission to the victory party
will be by ticket only, the arrange
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\ new M i a m i architrctural
neering firm, Connell, Pu rce,
iid and Prtodman, wai an-
n< anced hire tbi> work.
Organised as I partner-hip si
three Florida prefetsional onei
i and the retiring DaeVi county
j^hool architect, the firm is I pied to provide complete, co
< rdinated architectural and en-
gineering eerriei irdttg to
Maurice H Connell, senior mem-
I < r.
Partner- are Connell. Harvey K
Pierce and Kdmund Triedman.
all Fellows dt the Florida En-
gineering Society, highest distinc-
tion for a professional engineer m
this rtate, and James B Garland,
AIA. county school architect and
former Florida rtate school archi-
tect.
The firm will specialize in r)e>
and supervision <>i commer-
cial, industrial and Institutions!
projects I onnell said Offices aril]
I 319 N\v 27th avs 111 i 185.000
addition to the new 1140,000 Con-
nell and Associates bldg.
Bus Changes Route
Miami Transit Company an-
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>f. operation .>! the extended
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Forty-five men and women confirmed at Temple Israel May
15 are Linda Teresa Adelman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack
Young; Barbara Estelle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Louis
Adler; Nancy Ann. dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Avery J. Bern-
stein; Philip Stephen, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blumenfield;
Susan Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Carpel; Barry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof; Elinda Susan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cohen; William Malcolm, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Cohen; Paulette Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ellard Conn; Beverly Dale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Cromer; Enid Ann. daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. Sidney
Dworkin; Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman; Kathy
Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould; Richard Lee, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gradsky; Arthur, son of Mr. and Mr.
Irwin W. Green; Robert Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Greenberg; Rosaleen Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
I. Jacobs; Susan Fern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kauf-
man; Jeffrey Pavid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klivans;
Joan Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kramer; Pauline
June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz; Don Alan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leven; Bertram, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Lovitt; Linda Hope, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Mo
Mats; Michele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meyers; Mr.
Clement, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Myerson; Glo.
Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper; Jetta
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Perls; Ralph Henry, |
of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Polster; Patsy Jane, daughter of ]
and Mrs. Harry Rabin; Harriet, dauqhter of Mr. and
David Rifas; Barbara Carole, daughter of Dr. and
Manning Rosnick; Nancy Jane, daughter of Mr. and
William Schwartt; Sherna Greta, daughter of Mr. and
Sam Simonhoff; Rona Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
uel Steinberg; Charles Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stuxin; Jane Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Turk; L
Buckman, son of Mrs. Lavinia Waldboum; Suzanne PhyD
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mcrurice Weinstein; Henry, son i
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Williams; Stephen Paul, son of I
and Mrs. Louis E. Wolfson; Charlotte Naomi, daughter of]
and Mrs. Howard Woodruff; Harriet Leah, dauqhter of
and Mrs. Howard Woodruff; Marianna Joy, daughter of
and Mrs. Alex Youngerman.
Tifereth Israel Norihside Center Installs Officers Here
Installation dinner and dance
of Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter was held recently at Michel's
Testaurant.
The following were installed
by Rabhi Abraham Herson. spirit-
ual leader.
Marshall H. Comis. president;
Dr. Morton Terry, first vice pres-
ident; Ix>on Goldberg, second
vice president; Nate Rosenberg,
cial secretary; Howard Rothj
cording secretary; Al Zun
corresponding secretary;
Pile-hut., erseant-at-armM
Meyer and Morns Laster, |
Members of the board of i
tors are Harrj Alexander.
Freeman. Merman GoldfarhJ
Ctoodman. .lame- Harris,
Albert Glantz. Ernest Is
Herman W. Kutun, Frederic1
Mayer. Theodore Pearlstem, |
ing Qucrido and Harry Zu
treasurer; Robert Felberg, finan- man.
Life-size oil painting of Stanley C. Myers (left), past president
of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is given to the agency
by Jacob Sher. civic leader and former president of Feder-
ation. In his absence. Carl Weinkle (right) makes presenta-
tion, with executive director Ben Rosenberg assisting. Some
400 persons witnessed the-----------------------------------*-------
ceremonies at 18th annual
meeting held in the .Seville
hotel last week.
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KELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
+t**LIkr**,
ACUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
[. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
*^' ., in Hatui "i
1 !,-: ii, ..r .i Youna
,..,,,', liar Ml
I ''
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd M,
CwMrvaive. Rabbi Yaafcov Rosen-
berg- Cantor William W. Lipson.
^JL-v k ]"i | m S'liiwm: "The
|:, im i-cn Heal I anil Mouth
Bai Mr.
f Mr. ami. Mrs William
it of Mr. anil Mm. j
If ...
BETHEL. 500 SW 17th ava. Or-
I thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
liky. Cantor Loui Gartanhaus.
E., i, ii in Satnnl in
An Made Not
i:n Milavith' An-
I: mes
IfolVu.u "f Mi. Hllil Ml -
1 !>. ,
BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th
lire.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava.
(Orthodox. Rabbi'H. Louis Rott-
Imin.
Sat i m.
[fc-miii N'\ S|ilrlt Clana In '
p] I ithai i> in
CANDLWGH7ING Tim
Tamuz 13 6:57 p.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
v. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Caplan. Cantor Abraham Seif.
" |i in
\ i
"":. Pi im w tl
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
I ten ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
I Starn. Cantor Maurica Mamches.
1 H 30 a in
BETH RAPHAEL. 13S NW 3rd
| eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Bockar.
Satiir-ln) % jo am.
- If ki... i and s. if k.--
in KthlcN of the Fath-
Hee" I i. in
a
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid *:
[Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
kf.

CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
I Palermo ave. Libaral. Rabbi Morris
[Stop. Cantor Irving Robinson.
a
FLACLER GRANADA. SO NW
I Jlt pL Conservative. Rabbi Loo
[Heim.
tb) 6 pin Saturday 9 a.m. liar
RBSVHh K. ii ii. Mi Arthur. son I
Her an.i Mr. irwng Bow. Bornson
I I'uraes."

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
lit. Orthodox. Rabbi Alaxandar
Cross.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st
and NE th .v.. Conservative!
Rabbi Isaac Lerar.
IJ .5 |1 ill S...:..
'J'V'" nviiu
on of Mr. .,,,,1 Me H

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
neon April. Cantor Barela Kclamtr
ifermon \v k:.
.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Honry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Nml
'\. i prearhel
Rev. Qeursje Uoldb. | 6
.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Kri.l.i
" -n ,,l Mi
Mri Mori I

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Raform.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chasa ava. Libaral. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
' |i in Snturda) 1" I", a.m.
rTWaj 11:13 p n bat n da} 10 IS a in

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ban Grossberg.
when Phvll !m recw9'l'n from Combined Jewish Appeal
a. the K n T^' Chairman of ,he Teena9* Council
Center Z< ^ ? ,heIGren,er Miami Jewish Community
Crl7a m C T,IOn frm Le Chaikin" representative of the
award i^'am' ^/"f,Federa,ion" Miss Muravchick accepts
Bmnch t nam)evof.11 teenage clubs sponsored by Beach
Branch for contributions made this year to CJA.
New Congregation is Organized Here
A fin. _!.. I_____. *
,ht, ,inl\f,,^.m,:,',m-' ""l > kWion will bo in the form of a
charter membendUpthua far boast- lawn party Sunday at the home of
me 40 families, a new conservative Mr. and Mrs. Norman Levenlhal
regation is in the process .if 1035 sw 62nd ave.. commencing
being formed to serve the area at 5:30 p m.
above SW 57tll ave and the Trail, I Committee includes Mrs. Leon-
nrording to an announcement this ard Harris. Robert Rtchman. Louis
w,,('k- IGolden and Mrs. Leventhal.
hirst social event of the con-re- Temporary officers of the new
" I congregation revealed this week
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi are Morris Harris, president; Har-
Abraham Cassal. jry Klein, vice president; Harry
I Liebert. treasurer; and Louis Gold-
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 en- secretary. Morris Brooks and
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B Ostrowitz are co-chairmen of
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph religious activities, and Leonard
Brill. Harris and Norman Richman will
Prldaj Haturoaj 8:30 sun be educational co-chairmen.
Baeniun: ... Danaai ol i.mi. ,
silIu iin, ifltavaJi: Walter, eon Membership co chairmen are
at .mi sod M Bdward Uarrta. Harry Klein and Mrs. Djuretta
tnd grandson Mr.
and lira Jacob Green, M
Weiss,
K- I .
S ilui .tn\ ., m
Portion. Mlncha
HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flimingo way. Conservative. Rab-
b' Boris Rackovsky.
t> ii
'
S.rnion: "A 1
i in
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
*h st., Homestead. Conservative.
jMorria Gerti officiates.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1/25 Monroe st Hollywood. Con-
[rative. Rabbi Samuel Lerar.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
P Polk st., Hollywood. Consarv-
r.e. R.bbi David Shapiro. Cantor
'?hudah Heilbraun.
I S.nn.m: "Weekly
1 r a ..in

ISRAELITE CENTER. 319t SW
* tr. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
^Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
I Pni Saturday R:S0 a.m.
Mun u"v Portion." Mlncha

heiiAeDERDALE BMANU-EL.
ill Andr*w* "va.. Ft. Laudor-
I Reform. Rabbi Marius Ren-
TEMPLE E M A N U E L 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lahrman. Cantor Phil-
ip Brummar.
iy ( |i m
iimn u. :, I'ortloi Rai M u-
K < hlift !i A la n n ol I '
lira Murraj M /. M .\\ at >i
, *
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
J st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
r hi.* ',.* ii.tn

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re-
form.
FYhta) I I n '"
i Hal and NK tl
I i. : li. i lUl.lo Sholom Seymoui
SI, i ,i
eat
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
i i,113 : p in Ratnrdaj I "'
inoii "Wet UK Portion

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert
Glanti.
svidav p.m Bermoo: "WTatcaiiia
r,, To 1-;>-
ored Ail.n. Proaman, Bjther Olenti,
J%..,- Gold, II- n Kletn. Htanl.-> Kiiri-
ban, Barn K it in Marilyn Kutun.
|vl.l Pearl
join Pearlateln, Batra Perl
Alan Querldo, l>eena Rubin, Jet
Rubin *iurdaj t eji Bmoa:
-pi-. Ratal Vi tarda) and tne
BUama ol Toda) #
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
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ttlTII SMEROTY

Super-Patriots Become Legitimate Patrons of the Art World i
Washington
"Thieves' Paradise." an airti
Semitie'i dramatic production,
has turned super patriots into
patrons of the arts The play
recently shut down here after
teveil performances for lack of
p.il milage.
Myron ('. Faaan was termed an
inept" author-director His work
wai described as frankly "awful'
and "not even a play" by critics
here Yet \ m e r i e a n lunatic
Inline groups were sta^c struck
by it And no wonder Pagan'*
> reation coincided with their
hysterics.
It alleged that at Yalta. Roose-
velt and Hiss connived to even-
tually communi7c the I'nited
States; that traitorou American
millionaires are part of that
(real conspiracv; that American
boys who fought in Korea were
ambushed and trapped, murdered
and maimed by the I'nited Na-
tions; that the military head of
the IN is alwavs to be a Moscow
Ked; and finally that the I'nited
Nations is a Russian plot to trans-
lorm itself into a super-One
World government to absorb the
I'nited States destroy our sover-
eignty ind nullify our Constitu-
tion
Fagan. an intense and persist
SAIL CARSON __
the I'nited Nations. I'nited World
Federalists, internationalist Dem-
ocrat) and Republicans. Bed*,
pinks and .lews for some time
now is bum the head of the
< inema Fducation league The
League was created by profes-
sional anti Semitic Ccrald L K.
Smith As director of the ("inema
Fducation League. Fagan invited
Nmerica First" groups to par-
ticipate in a convention here to
do something about the "truths '
dramatized in his playand to
round up some business on the
side
The convention met during the
day The,play appeared at night.
A tiny audience filling only a
few front rows of Washington's
multi tiered Shubert theatre de-
scribed themselves as "Ameri-
cans for America."
Rabble-rousing speakers ran
not with charges of Reds every-
where Ironically, they spoke
against the background of a por-
trait of a smiling Stalin and the
Communist hammer and sickle.
These props were part of the
stagesetting of "Thieves' Para-
dise Yet the small group sit-
ting before this unusual scene
apparently were not disturbed by
the sight. They listened intense-
ly to angry attacks and spiteful
gossip, applauded patriotic clich-
es, registered indignation for
Israel's Modern, Firm Voice of Amos
United Nations
Tekoah is a name that has a
I ial place in the Old T>
ii.ep.t In ancient Nrael. it was
I small village, on the edge of a
late wilderness from which.
1.. the east, the terrain dropped
ipitatelj to the Dead S. .,
Rut out of that village came a
voice, the voice of a shepherd
M d Amos, a backwoods man
"f powerful elo
nee, whose voice rose against
ruling monarch. King Jen..
ting h \ p o c r i s v .
iging down o .d judgment
onlj on the Gentile nations
itself, threatening
horroi and destruction but
0 for the nation of
mption. So powerful
W '1.1- VOiCe that Atnos. though
ered one of the minor
i het- had his prophecies in-
led in the old Testament
bringing lame forever not only
the lonelj shepherd from
ah hut to the Village (.I 1.
koah as well
Now that name Tekoah is being
perpetuated by another voice
one seldom heard publicly here
but powerful in behind the scene
discussions of Israel's role vis-a-
vis its Arab neighbors. And in
modern Israel as well as along its
borders, the voice is heard very
frequently indeed, for it is the
voice of Israel's principal expert
on the series of armistices which
the Jewish Nation entered in
1949 with Egypt. Jordan. Leba-
non and Syria Indeed, two of
the armistice agreementsthose
with I>'banon and Syriawere
iiatad by the man behind
Ulia voice. He is Joseph Tekoah.
director of the Armistice Affairs
Division of the Israel Foreign
Minis'i \
During the last session of the
Security Council, when the armis-
tice egytarneots were being re-
e\amined as a result of Secretary-
i l nor I Dag Hammarskjold's
peace mission to the Middle Fast,
ph Tekoah sat in the Council
Chamber behind Israel's delega-
chief, Abba Fban.
Ill HMHT G. U FT
They Were Ashamed of Duchin's Origin
Hollywood
The Eddy D'uhin Btorj
Which dea|> with the life of the
0 \ irtuoM). iv one of the nre
raphies of musicians which
have been successfully trans-
posed to the screen. Yet, we have
reservation ah*ut "The Eddy
Duchin Story It seems a little
bashful about our hero's origin
As portrayed by Tyrone Power,
tew will suspect that the famed
pianist and bandleader who died
BO tragically five years ago. ac-
tually had been of Jewish extrac-
tion. Only once does a tiny snatch
of dialogue refer to the well kept
secret of Eddy's birth This is
when father Duchin congratu-
lates his offspring on his forth
coming marriage with one word.
dazeltov."
We don't know how much of
our old friend Leo Katcher's
original screen story has been
omitted by the studio, but we lee!
that no one should have been
ashamed of telling the true be-
ginnings of Eddy Duchin whose
family came to this country from
Rumania.
Hhouy^lochiija^jor
anything not synonymous with
"Cod and country." scribbled
down notes of allegedly defini-
tive documents, rose now and
then to ask a question or to vol-
unteer a speech themselves.
Lt. Gen. Pedro del Valle re-
minded the predominantly fe-
male audience that world govern-
ment plan means worldwide
freedom of immigration which
would reduce US moral and liv-
ing standards to the same level
as those of "the hordes of Chi-
nese. Indians, and Russian Com-
munists who would invade" the
IS. "The United Nations is a
monstrous octopus with the em-
brace of death." he said in sing-
song voice. The Anti-Defamation
League has charged del Valle
with publicly endorsing anti-
Semitic pamphlets..
Rep. Usher L. Burdick. North
Dakota Republican, sponsor of a
resolution for a Congressional
investigation of the UN, told the
convention he was fighting their
fight to "get the U.S. out of the
trN and the UN out of the U.S."
Fagan interjected to urge the
delegates to threaten their con-
gressmen: Tell them "to protect
us from the United Nations and
get rid of it or we will have to get
better men."
Besides attacking the United
Nations, Fagan found time to
spew venon aeainst Eddie Cantor,
Herman Wouk, Senator Lehman,
Edward R. Morrow. Walter
Winchell. Walter Reuther. Ed
Sullivan and his wife. President
Eisenhower. Dulles. S t a s s e n ,
F.D.R 100 "Hollywood Commu-
nists." the B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League, the Federat-
ed Women's Clubs, unions, the
film "The Best Years of our
I ives the Oscar award. "The
New York Times" and Washing-
ton's theatre critics
His denouncing got so dull
after awhile that around. noon
even the "Americans for Ameri-
ca" seemed to have had enough
food for thought and adjourned
for lunch.
RAOUIL: TH1 JEWESS OF TOLEDO. By Lion F, l^T" I
Translated from the German by Ernst Kai.r & Eithn.mTTH
433 pp. New York: Julian Mettnor, In*. $4.95.
By HILARY MINDLIN
LION F1UCHTWANGIR, whose historical fiction i, |
ly known, has come up with a thirteenth novel This is by no
unlucky, no matter what conjunction of Fridays is ma(i(. ,, js """M
fat. well-bound volume, and is being produced as a movie hv u?'"
Goldwyn-Mayer. Meu
Mr. Feuchtwanger came to the story of the 12th century u*.
beloved of Alfonso VIII, King of Castile, by an interesting and! I
ous route. He had. he wrote his publishers, for a long um- ^
interested in writing the story of the Book of Esther He v^T*
turbed. however, to discover "that the old story had a serious fan!
Its heroine is simply not there. Esther is a puppet in her Ruardimi.
hands; she is manipulated, moved solely by external means 1
Thus, in sorting through the "figures of other Jewish women wtJ
played a notable part in the history of their people." the author I
upon the story of Raquel. La FermosaThe Beautiful, as the
called her.
The track love of Raquel and Alfonso is simple enough in outli
Raquel was the seventeen-year-old daughter of Alfonso's Minister *f<
Finance, the wealthy Yehuda Ibn Esra. When Alfonso, who already]
had a wife, lusted after her. she readily consented to be h\- misum
"and he shut himself up with the Jewess for almost seven full yeartl
forgetful of himself, and of his realm also, and paying no heed J
any other thing." as the old chronicle has it. Inevitably, she and all
with her were slain by the Spanish grandees.
What colors a plain tale in rich hues is the window dressing i
12th century civilization. By the alchemy of hot blooded chivilryl
and barbaric delight in war for its own sake, mixed with an "on
sophisticated, decadent courtoisie," Mr. Feuchtwanger has stirred i
a seething image of medieval life. Inherent is a conflict which
parently fascinated the author, and which reveals itself in eve
facet of his novel; the tensely growing war between the Chnstiail
north and Moslem south; the Jews, as usual caui'ht between an
quietly enduring; Raquel and Alfonso. East and West if vou -will
impelled to each other, subject, each in its own way. to the other and|
yet forever alien to one another.
Unfortunately, much of this is lost amid the clutter of de'aile
political intrigue and chicanery. A deft terseness, judiciously wieldedj
might have turned this into a really important book moting fa
beyond the "historical novel" boundaries. It is ironic, too that in the]
midst of all the color and strife the figure of Ra shadowy to the reader as did that of Esther to the author. For it
Esther was "simply not there" because she was moved only by ex-j
tejrnal means, Raquel lives so quietly and Internal!) that she seen
scarcely to move at all. A delicate creature, well-bred and with tk
soul of a saint (though happily a measure of earthly passion), she is|
visible only against the darkness of others, seems not to exist r
not in their presence, and is most real at the moment of her deatl
RORIS SMOLAR
Some Off-Hand Notes on Jewish Community Organizations!
'rone Power, appears more
British Irish than Eastern Euro
pean. many of the participants m
the filmization have a Jewish
identity, beginning with Colum-
bia head Harrv Cohn and pro-
ducer Jerry Wald who. as a
young columnist on the New
York Craphic." helped to dis-
cover the late piano stylist a
quarter of a century ago.

Gerd Oswald, son of European
pioneer moviemaker Richard Os-
wald who left Germany when the
Nazis rose to power, has com-
pleted his first major directorial
chore in Hollywood with the
CinemaScope feature, "A Kis,
Before Dying," taken from the
controversial best seller by Ira
Levin. Producer of the picture,
previewed at the Academy
Award Theatre. June, is Robert
L. Jacks, son-in-law of Darryl
Zanuck.
Berlin born. 36-year-old Gerd
Oswald started his movie career
as a child actor in a musical pro-
duced by his father in Vienna
Are Jewish community organizations in this
country keeping pace with the communities'' This
question is (>n the minds of Jewish community
leaders who think not only of the present situation
of Jewish life, but also of problems which Jewish
communities will face five years from now. There
is a widespread feeling that if the ideal of the
Jewish federations is to remain effective, there
moat be a redefinition of objectives for tomorrow's
needs.
Philanthropy, in terms of charity for Jews who
are in economic distress, ceases to be a major con-
cern for the Jewish community inasmuch as the
government is taking over a good many such re-
sponsibilities through unemployment insurance,
social security, and in other ways. At the same
tune, there has |H-en a welling up of interest in
spiritual, cultural and emotionar needs among
Jews in this country.
There are many who believe th.it the emotional,
cultural and spiritual needs of the individual Jew
DAVMR SCHWARTZ
are the vital forces that motivate Jewish commimij
ty life today. They believe that a complete chanj
of priorities must be instituted when allocating
funds for Jewish communal needs. First priontjJ
they urge, should be given the support <>f JeatJ
cultural and religious institutions 'hen follows tk
safeguarding of the rights of the Jcw> through
the world, and then would com.' philanthrop
causes which have hitherto been the primary
cern of the Jewish federations and welfare fund*
A different view is held by those community
leaders who believe that the Jewish federation^
and welfare funds cannot be all things to iO
pie. They agree that the scope and the purpose i
the federations needs to be modified, but they in
sist on a searching examination, community
community, to select new areas tor imp1
the activities of the community They point oul
that new responsibilities can be taken on. and son
old ones should be dropped, but this must be donj
slowly.
Motele, Russia-City That Resounded 'Round the World
When the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann first came
to America in 1921. a meeting in his honor was
held at Madison Square Garden and one section of
the auditorium displayed a banner reading. "Rela-
tive* of Dr. Weizmann." The section was entirely
devoted to those who claimed some relationship
to the man who made the name of the town of
Motele. Russia, population 400, resound through-
out the world.
One of the relatives of Or Weizmann. Col. Ezer
Weizmann of the Israeli Air Force, has now come
to the U.S. to speak for Israel Bonds. He is the first
of the younger Weizmanns whom the American
public will presumably get to know Millions of
Americans already know him through the recent
Ed Murrow broadcast on which he was one of the
Israelis interviewed.
Itjnja^thave been that a closer relative, the
father's shoes. He. too. was a flyer-one of t
few who. as Churchill said, saved so many ^
England was blitzed. But he lost his lite
saving process. >(]
For some time after the son's death Pr
mann was inconsolable This flyer nan ne
pride of his life. He was a scientist like
and showed the promise of a career as um
as his father's Alas, how many geniuses ni
have enriched the world were sent to a pr*~
grave by the war! .
Fortunately for the race, the Weiimann r
prolific. Dr Chalm Weiimann was one oi
dren. 12 of whom survived infancy
Is the larger or smaller family beat tot iw jg
Weizmann was one of 15 children fV^gn
a kind of American Weizmann, was t^>"gT^
a family of 17 chUd/eo. T^eocaaesofejJJgJ


,. JuneMj^.
lauderdale Rabbi Shows Democracy in Action Can Work
Page 11 A
LEGAL NOTICI
|Waj fome an quite a shock
II over the coun-
Ebear thai Ft Lauderdale.
I rilled The Venice of Amer-
fnot only has a Jewish con-
tfion. which s<>n will Mle-
|j 20th Jinniversary. bill
i ta addition, the Jewish pop-
in of this city is now mode
K 35<1 families, constituting
Inipp women and children."
rthnri'v for thi> statement is
ggriu' Hanson, spiritual
'of Temple Kmanu-El. Ft.
Ljalr. for the past eight
He made the statement at
jnbership rally meeting at
[tempi'' la-' Sunday evenin".
Vich tlx' principal speaker
I Rabbi Irving Lchrraan. of
le Emanu-EI. Miami Beach.
have lived in Ft. Lauder-
ffor more than 30 years, and
Jewish population has grown
[that "l the city. There was
^od when so-called 'restric-
I mm disgraced our hotels.
Ithese arc now a matter of the
Our Jewish people in Ft.
jerdale are distinguished by
lement. culture and a high
ird <>f ethical conduct in
Less and in social relations,
|weenju> the respect and the
will of the whole popula-
lam positive that it is truth-
|to >a\ that over 99 per cent
jie peop'e ol Ft. Lauderdale
fhinh n d (iod loving
jtian-"
prrnty jri I small group
i! to meet for Sab-
[vorship, arid five >ears later
Bmanu-El was dedicated.
of the land on which the
ftAMJ MAKIUS iANSON
. faith in humanity
Temple stands was donated by a
Christian. Moe Katz waa the first
president of the Temple, serving
for ten years. His successors have
been Archie M. Robhins. Abe
Markowitz, George H. Roth. II G
Schlafer and Julius Ritter. and
the present president, Loui- D
Sterling.
For some years, service, were
conducted by one of the member!
of the congregation. Dr. Albert A.
Shapira. a retired Beaton physi-
cian. Rabbi Samuel Baron Ml the
first spiritual leader; he waa sue-
ceeded U\ Babl I Gross,
David Raab and. eight yean ago,
by Rabbi Ran-on
In 1948. under the leadership of
Bail Banquet
Eve
tries in Baby Contest Accepted
for the fourth annual baby contest are now being ac-
arbor blands "Sun Festival" cepted. officials of the event an-
nounced Wednesday.
Rules for this year contest have
been changed, and parents wishing
to enter their children must sub I
Friday Eve mit photograph.*.
|tke first tune since the Rose *"* **<>' Photograph will
became an annual Miami.1* acceptable, according to Mr-
men years ago. persons who *?nJtm'n Newman- who *'", ch"'r
attend the ball itself will th con,osl for ,he fourlh
li chance to see the rose dis-
puted by members of the
i Assn. of (Jreater Miami.
iWnefit ball, set for 9 p.m..
jr. in Bay-front park auditor!
sponsored by the Florists
,ind all proceeds will go to
de county unit, American
Socic*\
consecutive year.
Finalists in four divisions will
be selected from the photographs
and will appear at the final judg-
ing in Bay Harbor Islands July 7.
Entries must be at least six
months old and not more than six
years of age at contest time.
Another change in this years
tions will include life-size .
sculpture- a display of contest will be the awarding Ol I
fresh roses and plus thou- first prize to both a boy and girl
of other flowers and palms, finalist in each group.
ail value of the flowers] Entries should be mailed to
used will be in excess of "Baby Contest e 0 Town of Bay
^Wording to Mrs. Ruba W. Harbor Islands. 9665 Bay Harbor
fcfeneral chairman. tar., Miami Beach 41. Ha
l"fl< Abe Markow,,,. a cam.
foi funds fo, a re
' .....nf ,.,
11 inclusion. Thi was
7SS.S
Mr and Mrs. Ben Kaufmann, of
"lly*...... ''a. In memory of
their departed sn !
The Sisterhood [a even older
" the congregation. This
.5th nnn.vcr-arv of tne formalion
K,h, ** ''> Mrs Mack
KatZ, its fin, pres|ent From 16
A-jtoMhM |, has Rrown t((
'n.wning achievement of the
-negation i. tho railgiaui
jehool, with a regiatraUon of over
135 pupils and a faculty of 12
teachers and principal
Rabbi Ransnn. ordained at the
Hebrew Union College at Ciacin-
nat. gave up his Refrm pu|pit in
East Orange. N.J.. eight years
go, to take up a program of
inter faith work as rabbi of Tem-
ple EmtlUl-El in Ft. Lauderdale
He ha- been among leader- in
joint Christian and Jewish work
in the Community Chest, Red
Crow, Boj and Girl Scouts and
similar organizations.
There have been occasions
when undemocratic methods had
to be met with courageous resist-
ance and even denunciation. One
such incident took place when the
swank Bahia Mar Yacht club, lo-
cated on city owned property,
refused its facilities to Jews Or-
ganizing the democratic forces of
the city. Rabbi Ranson compelled
the city to bring pressure that
this practice be discontinued.
As chairman of Anti-Defama-
tion work in Ft Lauderdale, Rab-
bi Ranson took an important
part in having the State of Flori-
da pas, legislation making it ille-
gal for hotels to display discrim-
inatory signs. Recently, Rabbi
Ranson was appointed to the ad-
visory board of the Florida Anti-
Defamation League.
In recognition of his work
"bringing about a better com-
munity relationship between
Christians and Jews." the Jewish
War Veterans of the I'nited
States not only awarded him a
citation, but also printed a
brochure describing his various
activities under the caption,
"Minor Miracle in Ft. Lauderdale
The Story of Rabbi Harius
Ramon's leadership in Interfaith
Activities
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Btrtha and Leonard Alms are leaving for New
York, with their eventual destination summer
camps in Maine. .
They will escort their children, Marcalla and
Leonard, Jr., to camp and then return to Gotham
Town for a short stay. .
Next stop is Asheville, N.C., for the July 4
[e of Frank!* Wolfson and Jack Waxanburg. Incidentally
"at scheduled to host- a pre-nupUal breakfast for the couple
,'diys earlier at Asheville country club. .
'flKV plan to return to Miami Beach shortly thereafter to
i the summer here with daughter Linda. .
rjMjfcjng of the Wor*aon-Waxnbi#rt wedding, the bride-elect
,( center of attraction at a shower m Westview country
,lat week, with aunts Mrs. Sidney Moym- and Mrs. William
sharing the honors as hostesses. .
7nkit' R'ft was a rolling pin significantly ensconsed on a
w apn,n Guests included her mother, Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson,
jom-to''s mother, Mrs. A. W. Waxanburg, and Mrs. Louis
Wolfs" .
iiting .it hostess duties were Mrs. Meyers" daughter. Mrs.
(Bobbi) Schtchtar, Mrs. Charles (Pat).Goldstein, Mrs. Richard
Wolfson and Mrs. Philip (Nora) Wolfson.
>>>>>> June, nf course/fc the month for weddings and romance and
)B0 different in the case of Sandra Ell, daughter of Mr. and
Lton Ell, who has just completed her junior year at Vassar...
's to be married June 30 to Lt. Joel Martin Dalkin at the
linebleau hotel. Her fiance is from Chicago and currently
oned at I'aluxent River Naval Base in Maryland. Joel will
June 26 for the rite*. .
His parents, the Albert Dalkins, will give a rhearsal dinner on
129th.
Surprise anniversary partv marked the 25th wedding anniver-
i of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund W. Schermer last week. .
Hot- were their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Itatenbtrg, in their new home at 6191 N. Bay rd. .
Architect and builder of daughter Phyllis' house was Sigmund,
i beamed as some 100 guests helped celebrate the anniversary-
kavming occasion.
Sh#rmers received a silver service to mark 25 yean of
' marriage.
Father- Day was a gala affair in the Shepard Broad household
day .
Mrs. Broad, daughter Ann and son Morris spearheaded a day
Iboating. water skiing and other outdoor activities. .
h Broads, incidentally, have recently returned fro Europe.
they visited some 30 cities they never saw before. They also
I. .
Sid'- r.oti i- that Morris, who iust graduated from the Univers-
al Miami, left Monday for California. .
t'Amont; guests on hand were the Alvin Cassels and children
land John.
Goings and < omings Dep't.: Dr. and Mrs. Jack Falk, 4554
r. will spend two weeks of their vacation at the Lake
eton Club in Pike. N.H., before motoring through New England
iCanada The Arthur Courshons, 1660 Daytonia rd. returned
[Cleveland, O., where they attended the weddinR of her sister,
iBitl, to Richard Adler. The bride elect, formerly of Miami
ill live in Buffalo, NY. Michigan ave.'s Bob Layne
gone North to attend the graduation of his son from the
rtusset- Institute of Technology. Lawrence will work with
lOiam Tnun architectural firm for two years before returning
to enter i"ii-truction business. .
Cetcte and Milton Weiss have returned from a six week tour
(Europe .
The Wtisses left on the SS Liberte. Trip home was aboard the
(United States.
king o| the Alvin Cassels, who were among guests at the
1 oad Father's Day fete, they are leaving for Los Angeles
her family, the I. Harry Combiners. .
Accompanying them will be son John. The couple's other son.
".will spend the summer in the Poconos. Both youngsters are
'ians. .
ce David plays the flute and John the piano, their renowned
er aunt. Mana-Zucca, wrote a suite especially for them.
More Goings and Comings: The Abe Resneks, 845 Venetian
' planning a big vacation this summer, with four weeks of
H Canada and two resting at the Iake Tarleton in Pike, N.H.
"' end Mrs. Tibor Sternhe's Beth Jacob spiritual leader
Zoning in Mexico City. Beth David's executive director.
"am, is bacheloring it these days. Wife Marcia left
'New York with their twin*. Alan and Nina, to visit her sister,
' ""'is (Shaney) Giraple. .
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"r daughter. Elaine, was honored by Mr. and Mrs. David
Friday, following her graduation from the Diversity ol
Site was the Lucerne hotel. .
font left Monday for Tyler Hill Camp in the Poconos. where
<* a counselor for the summer.
fiends have been expecting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rivklnd back
'moment, following their ten-day cruise aboard the SS fcvan-
* were accompanied by the Martin Moldoffs, with the iti-
"*luding Dominican Republic. Haiti and Jamaica.
ton ave.'s Mr.'end Mrs/sydney Goldberg are motoring
*r* along the Eastern seaboard. .
^t'nat.on is New York. where they plan to attend the wed-
!* heir daughter, stage star Dolores Stton. at the end of
*>*r p|ar,s caj, for ^^ 0# t0 nation with her sister Mrs.
** t her summer home near Lake George. Syd intends
to Miami Beach after the wedding.
5^wiislbJEI|.oiciidliiaun
i!***!fc W* Spisors at Local Function"
Mrs Moses p. ,Judiln)
will pin new 1056 Sponsors of
srao Monday a, tho Sp,,,,,,,^ ,,,
at the home of Mrs Samuel T.
(Carrie) Sapiro.
Mrs. Sam Kost, chairman of the
Greater Miami chapter of Sponsors
Of Israel, called on all women who
nave not ye( renewed their Spon-
^"r-htp for this year "to step for
word now in honor of one of world
Jewry's greatest leaders, .\|r,
Epstein."
Working with Mrs. Boat and Mrs.
Sapiro on the planning committee
for the meeting are Mrs Louis
Goldman, chairman ol "Women for
Israel Month:" Mrs Anna Brenner
Meyers, chairman of the women's
division; Mrs. Monte Selig. honora-
ry chairman; Mrs. Max Weitt, pro
gram chairman: and Mrs. I/iuis
Glasser, member of the national
executive committee of the wom-
en 's division.
The tea will precede hy one day
Monday's 11 a.m. brunch at the
Algiers hotel. Mrs. Epstein, guest
of honor, will report on the World
Zionist Congress at that session.
Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais.
1956 (hen co-chairman for Great-
er Miami, will make her long
awaited report on her recent visit
to Israel at Tuesday's meeting.
Mrs. Goldman pointed out that
attendance is open to all women
who sell or buy at least one State
of Israel Bond during June, "Wom-
en for Israel Month."
"Although it is perfecly under-
standahle that not all women can
huy SI .000 bonds to become Spon-
ots, I feel certain every Jewish
woman in Greater Miami can sell
or huy at least a $100 Israel Bond
this month," Mrs. Goldman said.
Luther Adler and Sam Jaffe,
internationally known stars of
stage and screen, will offer a dra-
matic presentation. Now appear-
ing at the Roosevelt Theater, they
are appearing through the coopera-
tion of Sam Hirsch. Both are re-
memhered for top-notch Hollywood
and Broadway performances
through the years.
The boys' choir of the Hebrew
Academy, under the direction of
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, also will ap-
pear on the program. Mrs. Max
(Sybil) Weitz is program chairman
of the "You Are There" meeting
Tuesday.
Working with Mrs. Goldman on
the meeting are Mrs. Harry Plat-
off, co-chairman for Chen with
Mrs. Sakrais, Mrs. Lillian Good-
man, Mrs. Rose KasOW, Mrs. Miri-
am Press, Mrs. Frieda Kaktein,
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Matilda
Moser. Mrs. Anna Wolf Hirsch-
mann. Mrs. Irwin Liss, Mrs. Oscar
Sindell and Israel Bonds chairmen
of some 54 organizations in Great-
er Miami.
Las. minute telephone calls to Greater Miami women to attend
Tuesday's -You Are There" meeting on Israel at the Algiers
hotel are made by (left to right) Mrs. Sophia Kranlz Mrs.
Fannie Brown. Mrs. Solomon Halperin and Mrs. Ida Book-
span. All are members of Pioneer Women's Committeec for
State of Israel Bonds.
B'nai B'rith Women Will Send 100
Delegates to Confab Opening Friday
B'nai B'rith'Women of South gMta -J* **
Florida are sending over 100 dele-
gates from 11 chapters to Rich-
mond. Va.. to attend the annual
convention of B'nai B'rith Women
of District 5. Convention will he
held at the John Marshall hotel
starting Friday and continuing
through June 26.
Keynote speaker will be Ph.I.p
Klu.zn.ck. of Park '"'* ;;
president of the supreme lodge .f
Kai B'rith. international govern-
^Simultaneous scs>ins will be
he'd by the Men's District Grand
I/xtee 5. with approximately iw
delegates from South Florida at-
dcltlsaies of M|a.
S^wS. beAS.cPd as District
^Arthur G. Laufman, of Chi-
cagTn^ona. director of womens
.in" "* ...... .. ...
Women's Supreme Council, will
attend all sessions of the women's
convention. The Women's Su-
preme Council is the national gov-
erning body for 150.000 women
throughout the United States and
Canada.
Mrs. Michael Shapiro, of Wash-
ington. DC. president of District
5 B'nai B'rith Women, will preside.
District 5 represents approximate-
ly 9 300 women in 43 chapters in
the states of Maryland. District of
Columbia. Virginia. North Caroli-
na. Georgia and Florida. Reports
will be given by presidents on the
work done by their individual
chapters during the past year.
A skit. "The Cavalcade of Over-
Subscription," wrilt.en and direct-
ed by Mrs. William Hechler, Coral
MM. SAM HOST
Former Pole Extols
Meaning of Flag
Wednesday's meeting of Roose-
velt Temple 33, Pythian Sisters,
included the observance of Flag
Day.
A special feature of the program
was an address by Mrs. Sidney
Fagin. who spoke on "The Real
Meaning of Our Flag."
A former resident of Poland,
lira. Fagin is celebrating the tenth
anniversary of her arrival in this
country.
Local Woman Wills
$10,000 to Hebrew
Univ. at Jerusalem
A bequest of $10,000 to the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
was announced here Wednesday
under terms of the will of the late
Mrs channah Spector Goren. The
funds will provide two annual S500
scholarships for a ten year period
to honor students enrolled in the
Hebrew University's Institute of
Jewish Studies.
The scholarship fund, to be es-
tablished in the name of Mrs. Gor-
en and her husband, Oscar, pio-
neers in radio work in New York
and Philadelphia, was made public
by Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, 5901 N.
Bayshore dr., chairman of the
Greater Miami chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
Mrs. Rubin disclosed that the
funds are being donated to the
Jerusalem university at the spe-
cific direction of the late Mrs.
Goren's executrix, her sister, Mrs.
Shushannah Greenberg, 327 Saa-
tander ave., Coral Gables.
Mrs. Goren died June 21, 1952 rn
Israel, where she had gone to in-
spect one of .the homes for Jew sh
orphans brought from Europe to
Israel, at Kvutzat-Schiler near. Re-
hovot, which she had helped es-
tablish. She had become interest-
ed in the plight of refugee chil-
dren during a trip she made to
Europe in 1945 with her sister,
Mrs. Greenberg, an active mem-
ber of the Miami chapter.
Gables chapter, and featuring Mrs.
Peter Glazer, Mrs. Gerald Soltz,
Mrs. George Baltuch and Mrs.
Hechler, will be presented. Mrs.
Murray Lazarus will conduct me-
morial services for departed mem-
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AT-HOME STAPLES FEATURED
Orange Marmalade Nut Bread Passes
Severest of All Critics Your Husband
Flagler Women
Hear Decorator
Women's club of Flagler-Cra
eoafectioruTs' sugar or cover with nada Jewish Community Center
., thin' suar and orange juice met at the Center this week. Mrs
Thin Orans* Frotinfl: Combine organization.
h.,ll nip confectioners' sugar with Guest speaker was Miss Kly-e
4 t .. tablespoons orange juice. Gladstone, owner Of "Closet Fn-
tasy" on Miracle Mile, who dis-
edges becomc dry and
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By LEAH LEONARD
One of our readers has a friend
in Washington, DC. who serves
very delicious fruit breadtastes
like cake, toowhen friends drop
in for tea and talk. This reader
did not include the name of her
Inend but she did send in the
recipe and we gave it the "hus-
band test." the severest known to
woman. You'll want to repeat this
new addition to your culinan ml
lection, so. here it is. and many
thanks to both ladies
Orange Marmalade Nut Bread
3 cups sifted all-purpose flour
5 teaspoons double acting bak-
ing powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup coarsely chopped English
walnuts (or any other nuLsi
1 tablespoon grated orange rind
'3 cup fresh or frozen (diluted)
orange juice
-j cup milk
1 eg. well beaten
% cup commercial orange
marmalade
Sift together the sifted flour,
baking powder and salt mio mi\
in* bo,wl. Stir in chopped mils
and grated rind of orange In an-
other howl beat the (*f| with a
rotary beater and then stir in the
fruit juice, slowly till blended.
Stir in milk a little at a time then
the orange marmalade till the mix
ture is smoothly blended. Stir this
into the dry mixture only till
blended
Turn the batter into a 9-inch
loaf pan that has been lightly
greased and lined with wax paper.
Bake at 350 for 80 to 70 minutes
or till it passes the toothpick test
sticking a toothpick into the cen-
ter of cake and removing it with-
out any of the mixture sticking.
Let cool on a wire rack then re-
move from loaf pan.
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Yorkers call "Potatonick." Yes
there is such a dish: We feel it
.... cussed interior decorating and co-
W, have b6M MfcedJ,v several ordmat|on of c|o-rtg ^ l
res.den.s of M ami Beach and functional
nearby commumties about a dish ^^ J derivi ^ "
adc of mashed potatoes that New us(i ^ ^ JJJ
The program was arranged by
tins louptry. no doubt by some U a" *r
t-iaiunil home filikcr scout-'i,- *T
ing anmml for an easy dish to WtfUWS rQTVf Oil MfffitlmO
serve with fish dinners. Try the | Games party is on the agenda
following recipe and be convinced for members of Sunshine Rebekah
i it is a "creation"hasty-tasty po-' lodge at American Legion .hall,
tato dish, we like to call it. But ,1828 Alton rd., Tuesday evening.
here is the recipe:
POTATONICK
2 lbs. potatoes
2 to 2's cups sifted flour
2 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
A dash of white pepper
' cup salad oil or butter
1 large onion, diced fine
' cup lukewarm water or milk
1 package granulated yeast
Pare and boil potatoes, halved or
quartered, in enough cold water
to prevent scorching, till
Mrs. Abraham BiWo Is hostess.
Rose Yatchie is noble grand.
solve the yeast In lukewarm water
or milk and stir into the cooled
mixture in the bowl. Cover with
a doubled towel and let stand at
room temperature till double in
bulk. Grease a baking pan or cas-
serole, turn in the raided dough
and bake at 400 for 20 minutes!
S()f( or till nicely browned on top and!
and be sort iff
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enough to mash. Mash potatoes m
a large mixing bowl, sift in flour,
add eggs, salt and pepper. Com-
bine till free of lumps, beating or >
pounding with a heavy spoon till 15
srnuoth Heat the shortening used *
! fecitbifjly Different fasteT
in a
frying pan and add diced ?
Mrs. Morris Kleiman. newly elected president of Beth David
TA, gives paper collection drive at synagogue added impetus
v*th announcement that paper pick-up will be continued
during summer. PTA realized more than $1,000 during past
school year. Pictured with Mrs. Kleiman are the Mesdames
Robert Purisch. vice president, Bernard Kanter and Jack Geyer
vice president.
Beth David Women
Slate Bar-B-Que
Mr- Harry Gordon, newly elected
president of Beth David S
hood, announced Wednesday th;it
'lie will held .it her
home 2201 S Miami a\... on Sun-
day. July 1
Along with the bar-b-que there
will be dancing and entertainment.
re being made to have a
ment night dub entertainer
special guest s.
as chairmen of the affair are Mr.
nd Mrs Jerome Weinkle
Mr and Mrs. Kelvin Crane
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Women Set Theater Party
"Reclining Figure," starring
Luther Adler and Sam Jalfee. i- .,
satirical comedy which Mt BcOfUl
i-roup oi Hadassah has chosen lor
their theater party on Sunday. July
irtain time is 8:45 p.m. at the
Roosevelt theater. Mrs. Herman
Mint/er is handling reservations.
onion, frying over moderate heat
till lightly yellow.
Turn this into the potato and
flour mixture and stir well. !>.
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Membership Affair Set
On Wednesday, June 27, the
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gabies
will entertain at a membership
swim-dessert at the home of Mrs.
Arthur (Sally) Paddor, 1543 Al-
cala, (oral Gables. The time is
12:30 noon, and the price of ad-
mission is one or more prospective
:new members for the chapter.
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[j)ouble anniversary celebrated in Zodiac
Loom oi Delano hotel. Standing are well
finown attorney and hia wife, Mr. and Mrs.
xje Schwartz, celebrating their second
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Charter Revision Viewed
Study group of the Miami Beach I
United Nations Assn. met this;
week at the home of Mrs. Anna i
Weiss, 6020 Indian Creek dr.
[Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of
ithe Spinoza Outdoor Forum, spoke
on "Should the United Nations
Charter Be Revised?"
^waTToth^^l a< Kead,?f ,able are **'*"" Camp Sponsored
wedding anniversary.
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)bear Mrs Moses P. Epstein and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais at
W Algiers hotel Tuesday include (left to right) Mrs. Anna
loll Hirschmann. Israel Bonds chairman for Miami Beach
>ter of Hadassah; Mrs. Lrwin Liss. Miami chapter bond
ion; Mrs. Max Wefts, program chairman; and Mrs.
_ Farr. coordinator oi sales for Conference of Jewish
(omen of Dade and Broward Counties.
lassah Groups Hake Concerted
Bond Effort in June 'Security' Push
? county members sre mak^man of the women's division for
|thirmost concerted effort in Israel Bonds and now honorary
years for the State of Israel chairman, she exemplifies the
iorganization this week. Both'close tics between Hadassah and
inewly-organized Miami chapter! K ,___. _..4,
tentratmg their efforts on Mon- Mrs- ,rwin (M>Ta) L,ss- Pr,'sl'
IT'S "Sponsor <>f Israel" meeting dent of the Miami chapter, has
[today's You Are There"'named Mrs. H. C. (Matilda) Moser
Jon honoring two Hadassah M UrMl ^^ chairman 0f the
' Moses p. Epstein, former'5" member Rroups for ,he ,w0
poml pre-ident of Hadassah,; June fairs. Mrs. Moser was one
f*Port on the World Zionist of the three leading saleswomen
which ended recently in for Israel Bonds in 1951 and 1952.
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camp which will meet three after-
noons a week for boys and girls be-
ana is a former president of the tween the ages of 12 and 15 will
Mount Scopus group. be sponsored this summer by the
Mr> Oscar Smdell has again Town Branch of the Greater Miami
designated Mrs. Anna Wolf Hirsch- Jewish Community Center, 450 SW
mann as Israel Bonds chairman of 16 ave.
the Miami Beach chapter. Since i The program will include cook-
Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais will out.-, swimming, roller skating,
be featured speaker at Tuesday's boating, dancing and athletics,
meeting, "it is incumbent upon us'"
Page 3B
Miami Ladies
Attend Confab
Among the 400 women attend-
ing the eighth annual conference
of the National Women's Commit-
tee of Brandeis University at the
campus in Waltham, Mass., this
week were Mrs. Ben Zion Gins-
burg, past president, Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, vice president, and Mrs.
Morris Alpert, representing the
Greater Miami chapter.
Mrs. Ginsburg is a member of
the national board of the Wom-
en's Committee.
Highlight of the four-day con-
ference were groundbreaking cere-
monies for the new Brandeis Uni-
versity library, to which the Na-
tional Women's Committee pledg-
ed a $1,000,000 gift. A similar
gift of $1,000,000 from Jack Gold-
farb, of New York, for construc-
tion of the building was acknowl-
edged as Goldfarb and Mrs. Joseph
Schneider, president of the Wom-
en's Committee, dug the first
spadefuls of earth for the new
building.
everv Tunnnrt ,nfhah t0. '"?. Organization of America, has ne.
Mrs Hir",PhTn *h,^meelm' ly 3.500 members in its 14 groups
JKJES n said -She is a vice here, and Mrs. Louis (Lee) Gold-
of ZrrJi the*0menls <">on man chairman, of ..Women for
of the Greater Miami Committee Israe, Month-.. called
for State of Israel Bonds.
Hadassah, the Momen's Zionist
member to "buy or sell at least
one bond this month."
First in Game
Series to Open
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will meet for coffee Tues-
day at the Center. Members and
guests will bring bundles of clean
rummage.
The afternoon will include the
first in a series of "Mitzvah" games,
which will follow every Tuesday
afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Bilt-
more Terrace hotel.
Mrs. Tillie Frankel is chairman.
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Howard, Bon of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Hummel, was Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday morning serv-
ices, June 16, of Zamora Jewish
Center. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
officiated.
Two Will be Bar
Mitzvah Here
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Lifland. 110 SW 21st rd..
Miami, will kNOM Bar Mitzvah
during Sabbath BMrmlng larviaaa
in a double Bu Mitzvah ceremony
with Konald. son ol Mr. and Mr-
Hareld Priaet, 2241 SW Ltth ter.
at Beth David Congregation.
Hutilii Vuakov HomiiIhtk will of-
ficiate, with Cantor William Lip-
son redffaring the musical portions
of the liturgy.
The l.itland and Prince families
will be hosts at Kiddush Saturday
morning
Mitchell is an eighth grade atu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior Hijjh
School and has been attending
Beth D.-nid religion! Kbool for
the past three year* He i* a mem
her ol the Tabs and Tcllin club
and the Boy Scout* of America.
Out-of town guests will include
.units and uncles Mr. and Mr- II
FhUTfe, Mr and Mrs M. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Binder and Mr.
and Mrs B. Kaufman, all from
Brooklyn, N Y
Konald is a ninth grade student
:ii Shenandoah Junior High School
and ha- been studying Hebrew for
the p.i-t three fMW, He, ton. i- a
member of the Tabs and Tetilin
club and the Boj Scout- of Amer-
ica, in addition to the Boys Youth
club
Out of Town i^ueM- will be his
aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. L
Prince, of Providence. K.I.
Kenneth Alan, son ol Dr. and
Mrs. Murray M. Zinner. will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El Saturday,
June 23. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will ofliciate. Kenneth is a sev-
enth grade student at Nautilus
Junior High and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Bar Mitzvah is
Eighth Grader
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs
Theodore Foster, 1155 North Bis-
cayne pi. rd., will celebrate In-
Bar Mitzvah at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute on Saturday, June
23.
Rabbi Isaac Ever will deliver the
charge and speak on: "The Multi-
tudes of a Young and Vigorous
People."
A reception in the synagogue
will follow the services. The cele-
1 brant is an eighth grade student at
Nautilus Junior High and 1- in the
graduating class at Agudath harael
Hebrew fail it 11 te religious schavl.
Kenneth Seid
Bar Mitzvah
Kenneth Arthur, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Seid, 4460 SW 1st st.,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. June 23, at Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center.-
Kenneth has been a pupil at
Flagler-Granada religious school
for the past three years. He has
received the Fisher award lor
scholastic work.
Kenneth attends Kinloch Pa**
Junior High School, where he is
on the honor roll and is also a
member of the band.
Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate
fcgol (/nveiliag
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to the Memory of CT
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In Memoriar
Dear Uncle Jerry:
I miss you mors ^
day. It is hard to belli
June 25th will be a yi
since you went to
with God.
Grandma, Grandpatp
Mommy miss you &o v
much.
MelodyeHopeWi
Prominent Guests
Honor Jeffrey
Elliott David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Segal will become
Bar Mitzvah at Saturday morn-
ing services of Beth Raphael
Congregation, where his grand-
lather, Samuel Segal, is an of-
ficer. Elliott David is an eighth
grade student at Shenandoah
Junior High School. Rabbi Ar
ie Becker will officiate.
federation Meeting Called
Howard Kane, newly elected
president, Hm rilled the iir-t of*
ficial meeting of the Greater Mia
nu Jewi>h Federation board m
nori for Wednesdaj evening,
27, at the Algieri hotel
Jeffrey Comanor was Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning -crv-
ices, .Hinc 16. at Temple Israel.
Over 100 prominent guesta, in-
cluding leaden In the rahhinate,
local and national philanthropy,
Hade county planning and social
sendee work, heard Jeffrey read
from the Torah and accept the
charge from Rabbi Joseph Narot,
who officiated
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Albert Comanoc, 5330
N Kendall dr. and is in the eighth
frada M Ponca de Leon Junior
High School.
Guests at the reception which
followed included his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Benja-1
min J. Levin.
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Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, June 23. Rabbi Irv-
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ard is an eighth grade student
at Miami Beach High and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El religi-
ous school.
1 during the ceremony. Reception
; given by parents of the Bar Mitz-
vah will follow.
Mrs. Sophie Seid, grandmother
of New York City, will be among:
out-of-town guesU.
Kenneth will chant from the
Torah and the traditional Maftir.
after which he will"" address the
congregation.
Memorial Meet For Dr. Shatzky
I Committee. Histadrut, Workmen's
I Circle. Labor Zionist organizations
Memorial meeting lor Dr Jacob and editor, died in New York June and Hebrew Teachers Assn.
k> will be held here Saturday 13 at the age of 62. He v...- I lte-i Dr. Shatzky wan librarian for the
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RN. mmmrhmt of the Vugis*
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Friday
Pauline Glanti, of 1571 S. Treasure dr. embarks
European tour aboard the SS Zion. leaving from Now vn?y ^3
port of call will be sunny Naples. Paulina's itinerary J, *i
Rome. Istanbul. Turkey. Greece, the Alps in SwiUelnT\ ^1
France and Spain. The SS Independence will brim; paii"
New York. Then the final stopover in Atlanta G ,!"' 1
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morri, Glantx, before returning homo "**
Mrs. Frances Rubin, who formerly resided at the Dil ul L
now at home at the Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Schal. VJfc
ave were recent hosts to business associates and their wives at i
cue. Ban's a former dress manufacturer. *'
Elliott Bresler, 1985 Marseilles dr., Howard N. Rose 354, p
dr., and Evan Katx, 753 Michigan. wer_> among graduates at th"*
commencement of Chicago Medical School June 16 1. *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Breslar, Dr. and Mrs. Maurict J P*..*"1
and Mrs. A. Rats. .
"** and]
WINS rOSTIK AWAMD CITS TO* Oil POST
Mrs. B. Barnica Mart has left for Detroit, where she will visit .
residents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paschke, Alton rd. Rloomfield
Mich., was the destination of Mrs. W. L. Milnar, 5386 Alton rd who I
to spend the summer there. Miami Beach Junior High j-radfc
Jay Segal has won first prize for Florida in a poster contest spo2
by the American Legion Auxiliary. She's the daughter of ifc
Mrs. Henry Rogers, 6929 Rue Vendome. .
Dr. Irving Laibsen has been promoted to senior chemical ene
at a large oil refining corporation in Baytown. Tex. ... The PhD 1
Carnegie Institute of Technology and wife Lala are former Miami 1
ites. Mr*. S. Leibson, his mother, lives at 1615 Penns\Uama ave ]
Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. Pavalow. ..
Recent dinner party at the Roney was the site of a 42nd we
anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Ban Diamond. The
Spoltars, 1200 W. 162nd st.. were guests at the Tower Isle in Jamak.
Proud recipients of MD degrees at the University of Tennessee
month include Stanley D. Mitchell, son of Mrs. Anns Mitchell, \l
Bay rd.. and Leonard Allan Atkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis j
its, 1525 Euclid ave.
mb$. in wtoor
mn. noro kotmnumg
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MKS. DONALD BtfCMMAN
Hierloom Lace Adorns HeadpieceOf Sunday Bride
1 \en in marriage by her father.
M Terry Greenhouse became the
e of Donald R Blechman. son
< : Mr. and Mrs. William Blechman.
lp-5 Daytonia rd.. on Sunday. June
IT at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. of the
North Shore Jewish ("enter, offi-
< >-d at the noon ceremony The
. is the daughter of Dr. and
J A. Greenhouse. 1741 Cleve-
rd.. formerly of Roche-ter.
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Decor of the wedding was blue
and white. Best man was Arthur
Blechman, brother of the groom.
I shers included Elliot Weiser. of
Miami. Burton Abrens. Mt Vernon.
N Y.. Ira Feldman. Miami, and
Philip Rudolph. New Rochelie.
NY
Bridesmaids were Sandra Miller.
Naomi I-even son and Martha Jer-
vis. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Rich-
ard Behren. Matron of honor was
Mrs. Arthur Blechman
The bride selected a gown of
chantilly lace and white satin
Kanlan, Brody Pick Bay Drive
1- the Papillon room of the Rilt-
tti re Terrace hotel. Sibyl Joy
Ian exchanged wedding vow>
with Lee Brody. Rabbi Yaakov
nherg performed the double
UN at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Jure 3
The bride, daughter of Mr and
Samuel Kaplan, 2223 Calais
dr. was Ejveo in marriage by her
nU She wore an original
rim lengtli gown al imported
ch ErasM lace fashioned with
>ff-shouldt r neckline and long
en Victoria ilaevea.
\ lace cap adorned with pearls
' her fingertip veil of illusion.
she carried a mother-of-pearl
Bible covered with white orchids
and stephanotis.
Mildred Goldenberg. cousin of
the bride, was maid of honor. She
Chew a flamingo-colored ballerina
gown of net and carried an old
fashioned bouquet of carnations
and roses.
Mr Brody. son of Mr and Mrs.
Philip Brody. of 9316 Carlyle ave..
asked his brother. Alan, to be best
man.
In the wedding party were six
ushersMyron Kaplan. Bernard
Goldenberg. Richard Cohn. Nor-
man Durmaskin. Howard Stein and
Robert Brown.
Following a reception in the
' Riltmore room of the hotel, the
newlyweds left on a honeymoon
to Havana. Their new home is now
'at 2180 Bay dr.
styled with scooped neckline and
edged with iridescent sequins and
featuring fitted bodice, long tradi-
tional sleeves and bouffant skirt.
Her sweep train had a nylon Bleat-
ed tulle tiered skirt topped by a
lace peplum Attached to her
headpiece, the bride wore the
Blechman family heirloom of im-
ported chantilly lace, all hand
made, extending into a cathedral
train.
This lace veil was worn by Mrs.
Blechman on her wedding day.
The pearls worn by the bride
were a gift from her bridegroom.
Her lucky sixpence was a gift from
I her friend. Mrs. Philip Rudolph.
Her blue garter was a gift from
Mrs. Malcolm Stein.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High. School, attended the
University of Florida and is a stu-
dent at the University of Miami.
She is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi social sorority.
Mr. Blechman attended schools
in Mt. Vernon. received his degree
at Syracuse University and served
in the United States Army for two
years in Japan. At present, he is i
in business in Miami Beach.
After a seated luncheon, the
couple flew to Mexico City and.
Acapulco for their honeymoon. I
Upon their return, they will make
their home at 1247 Marseilles dr.
Tablecloth Flavor
Again to Mark Pop
Concert Sunday Eve
Red checkersquare tablecloths
will again be the order of festivi-
ties when the University of Miami
Summer Symphony Orchestra ap-
pears in the second of a series of
summer concerts Sunday evening
at Miami Beach auditorium.
This is the sixth season of sum-
mer symphony presentationsthe
outgrowth of efforts here by Ar-
nold Volpe. first UM Symphony
Orchestra conductor and founder
of New York's Central Park out-
door summer series, and Leo Eisen-
stein and Sam Murray.
The first local summer musical
effort took place in 1936 under the
baton of the late Dr. Volpe at the
Roney Plaza Gardens. But it was
a far cry from last Sunday eve-
ning's concert in the air condi-
tioned Beach auditorium, with a
full house enthusiastically gre
the opening of the sixth sun
season.
Guest conductor Morton
will again be on the podium
Sunday evening. And with
for his second guest stint in1
many weeks, will be noted
dancer Danny Daniels, who
scheduled to premier Mr. Goulj
latest work, "Hoofer Suite,"
evokes the atmosphere and
of old-time hoofers and vaud
minstrels.
The program, whose keynote 1
be romantic and nostalgic, is
to include Orpheus and the Ui
world, by Offenbach, first
ment of the Unfinished B mhj
Symphony No. 8. by Schub
Polevitzkian Dances, by Bor
Roses from the South, by Slni
and Sari, a symphonic paraphnj
by Kalman-Gould.
Also featured will be
Gould's own Family Album.
eluding "Outing in the Pad
"Porch Swing on a Summer "
ing" and "Horseless Carriij
Gallop."
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Sheila -Zimand and Lloyd
RV'henberg were united in mar-
riage at Temple Emanu-El on June
10. Rabbi Irving Lehrman offici-
ated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Philip Zimand. 1800
' ins ave.. Miami Beach. The
m is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rothenberg. Brooklyn
NY.
The bride's gown featured a hal-
ter bodice of French lace and ac-
ion pleated nylon tulle over
aathl skirt Her tingertip-length
eil was held by a princess crown
I mother of pearl sequins and
smnll white pearls. She carried
a Eible her mother used for her
own wedding.
Miss Roslyn Zimand. the bride's
Bister, was maid of honor. Harry
Zimand acted as best man.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Hy Goldman. Mrs. Clara
Perlman. Mrs. Bertha Zimand. the
bride's grandmother, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rothenberg, the groom's
parents, the groom's grandmother.
Mrs. Sophie Rothenberg. and sis-
ter. Miss Ruth Rothenberg.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School. Davis Institute of
Technology and is employed at
Dade Institute of Physical Medi-
cine and Rehabilitation The
groom, who was with the 11th Air-
borne Division in Korea, is .at-
tending the Davis Institute as a
I medical technician and x-ray tech-
nologist. He is affiliated with
: Cameo Drugs.
A reception and dinner at the
Algiers hotel followed the cere-
mony, and after a honeymoon to
Nassau the couple will make their
1 home in Miami Beach.
Bloom, Korito Reside on Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bloom,
Chicago. Ill announce the recent
marriage of their daughter. Bar-
bara Roselle. to Gerald Korito.
son of Mrs. Kay Langerman. also
of Chicago.
The bride is former assistant
director of the Greater Miami
Histadrut Committee and a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Masada
Young Adults Zionist District and
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults.
Mr. and Mrs. Korito were mar-
ried in Chicago May 2. The
couple are now making their
home in Miami Beach at 1501
Michigan ave.
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. June 22. 1958
Page 7B
Double Ring Rites For Diane Kart
Frl? JuneY'-f p'kTT l*I The bride is a *radua,e Pea-
'.'hrman ^,Lv' TRab.bl.,rV'm8 ^ High ^^ Pittsburgh, and
Kl M !? 0 ne ?T f.m",U; ^ """^ seCTetarial college of
Mr H m daueh,er of Pittsburgh.
HU. st M li prr'SK Kart- ^ The *room is also a graduate of
' I'^pM formerly Peabody High School, received h.,
b k|. of hILvibecre the deRree at the diversity of Pitts-
son of Mr ad Mr, i" ."f^' bUrgh a"d belonged t0 KaPPa "
S. P.ttsbu" h MrS" Samuel Linet- **** At Presnt- h* 2 in the
Army stationed at Ft. Jackson,
Be-t man was Morton Fineberg S.C.
briripPilbHUrghK M,her of ^h immediate families honor-
ThV^ ,he Couple at d,nner at Wald-
gown 5mL2? a Wal,zlen,h mans Crown hotel. The couple
MllfK ^gand>' WitH f'eW t0 HaVana fOF their h0neV'
fant k ,, ,rt. bod'ce and bouf- moon. Upon their return, they
of riEJSns's,mg of ,nree *" "iB make their temporary home
of sCdi|0ped organdy. Her four- in Columbia. S.C.
tiered French illusion veil was at- Mr atwl ^ ^ A v ^
tached to a tiara of seed pearls > "d ^ Dav,d *"* pa"
She carried wh.te orchids o* her r?1 grandpaKrents of Pittsburgh,
confirmation Bible ner flew in for the wedding. Other
.. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Her strand of pearls and pearl Rosenberg, aunt and uncle. Mrs.
earrings were a gift of her par- Dorothy Golden and Mr and Mrs.
ents- Jack Bereson. of New York.
Ai dtnui c
ttii. IDWAKD 6#0SS
MM. BUNAtD SACKS
riedel, Gross Exchange Vows
4, occasion for grandparents
[grandchiltron was the wed-
[onJune lu which joined the
fternoon Rites
jr Fried kins
il\r Louise Kurman and Ber-
Frifrikin were married in
nte> Sunday. June 17, at
David Congregation. Rabbi
lov Rosenberg officiated.
bride i> the daughter of
community leaders Mr. and
Abe Kurman. 2105 SW 12th
ami The groom, presently
student at the University
iini, is the -on of Mr. Joseph
kin.
n in marriage by her father,
^snde chose a waltz-length
I ((white organdy with pink
den an I featuring a scoop-
and pink insertion at the
ob of honor were Mrs. Den-
im and Mr- Eleanor Cohen,
in afternoon dresses,
ell Katrill, cousin of the
n Tampa, was best man.
Hywed Mrs Fnedkm is a
it of Stephens College and
fCnucsty ol Miami. Her hus-
Mfore .r'enng UM law
graduj'i! from the Uni-
f of Flon i She was a mem-
^f the Psychology club. Phi
Kappa national scholastic
and Alpha Kappa Delta
I sociological honorary.
Friedkin belongs to Bar and
I legal fraternity and Pi Lamb
fraternity
Wing the^r honeymoon, the
i will be at home at 718 Va-
Coral (iahles.
Gross and Friedel families, i
.Lillian Friedel became the bride
of Edward Alan Gross in a double
ring ceremony at the Algier-. hotel
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of
Temple Emanu-KI. officiating.
Decor of the wedding was pink
and white carried out in flowers
and attendants gowns
The bride, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Murray Friedel. 8235 Crespi
blvd chose a white taffeta and
chant illy lace gown in ballerina
length with rounded neckline and
cap sleeves. Panel of chantilly lace
from neckline to hem at front was
a style detail emphasized by the
elbow-length French illusion veil
and pearlized crown.
Attendants were Susan Anne
Friedel. bride's sister, maid of
honor: Jimmy R. Gross, brother of
bridegroom, best man; Joel Fried-
land, usher; and Steven S Friedel.
junior usher.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul C. Gross. Mt. Vernon.
NY., graduated from the Horace
Mann School in New York, and
received his accounting degree at
the University of Miami The bride
is a graduate of Miami Beach High
School and also attended the
U of M.
Mrs. Pauline Lustgarten. mater-.
nal grandmother; Mrs Ester,
i Friedel. paternal grandmother of
Jthe bride; and Mrs. Anna <
paternal grandmother of the bnde-
I groom all flew from New York for
jthe wedding, reception and lunch-
,eon which followed at the Algiers
hotel.
The newlyweds are spending.
'their honeymoon in Nassau and
will be at home when they return
at 364 SW 3rd ave.
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In a 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere-
00 Sunday. June 10. at the
Algiers hotel. Miss Patti Meyers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Meyers. 3297 SW 7th st. Miami,
became the bride of Bernard Sacks,
son of Mr. and Mrs Sam Sacks.
2070 Bay dr. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
Beth David Synagogue, officiated.
Bc-t man was Edward Eisenstat. of
New York, cousin of the groom.
Matron of honor was Mrs. B R
Meyers, sister-in-law of the bride.
Ushers included Jerome Cohen.
Bernard Meyers and David Meyers.
Honorary ushers were Leslie
Greenfield. Murray Rosenthal.
Mark Feldman and Anthony Valve.
Bridesmaids were Delores Cher-
noff. Barbara Reichert and Sue
Wolkoff. Vicki Meyers, niece of
the bride, was flower girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sackv of
New York, paternal grandparents
of the groom, flew in for the wed-
ding.
Nylon tulle over white taffeta
accented with nyle brodi-lace fash-
ioned the bridal gown styled with
fitted bodice. Her shoulder-baring
neckline highlighted with the nyle
brodi-lace formed a cap sleeve.
The bouffant skirt of tulle had an
overskirt giving a reddingcoat ef-
fect edged with the same lace.
She carried orchids on a Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School, where
she belonged to Tau Alpha Omega
Council. She attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and was affiliated
with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Sacks is a graduate of Miami
Beach Hign School and attended
the University of Miami.
After a reception and dinner at
Algiers hotel, the couple left for
a six-week honeymoon in Europe.
Upon their return, they will live
at the Sandpiper Villas.
Jackson, Sheldon In Wedding Vows
Miss Anne Jackson became Mrs.
Marvin Sheldon in 5 p.m. cere-
monies June 10 at the Shelborne
hotel. Rabbi Heszel Klepfi^h of
Costa Rica, uncle of the bride, of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Jackson. 1614 Penn-
sylvania ave.. Miami Beach. Her
husband's parents are the Nat Shel-
dons. Miami.
Maid of honor wai Sheila Mak-
'tein. with Ralph Brown acting a>
be-t man. Both are from Miami
Newlywed Mrs. Sheldon attend-
ed Miami Beach High School and
luated from the University of
Florida thi> month. She belonged .
to Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and
Panhellenic Council.
Mr. Jackson attended Miami
Senior High and Miami Jackson.
He has one semester to complete
at the U of F. where he is majoring
in building construction. His fra-
ternity is Pi Lambda Phi. and he
belongs to the Student Contractors
and Builders Assn.
Dinner reception followed the
ceremonies at the hotel. After a
wedding trip to Nassau, the couple
will be at home at 1717 XW 3rd
ave. Gainesville. Fla.
In addition to Rabbi Klepfi-h,
out-of-town guests included Mrs..
Esther Altman and son. from the
Canal Zone. Panama.

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Friday. J^,
Hirschensohns to Make Home Her*
Wilma Fine and Marvin Jerome up her colonial k
Hirschensohn were married at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Irving Spec-
tor. 1022 SW 12th st.. June 2. Rab
hi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth Da
vid Synagogue, officiated at the
double ring ceremony.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Fine. 979 SW 4th st..
was given in marriage by her fath-
er. She chose a ballerina length
gown of chantilly lace over slipper
satin and a fingertip veil of pure
silk illusion. Stephanotis, white
carnations and a white orchid made
'her colonial bouqUet
Mrs. L M. Dock wl, .
honor for her n.ece L^'
and She,la So.cn were ft.
The bndegr,H,m ,, g
Mr. and Mrs. Albert IW
2420 Granada blvd.. ffi
Morton Zigelsky attended
best man. William Dock
Spector and Jerry SpW
A reception at the Sna.
ZJrl!reu ,h""*
After the honeymoon the r
will make their home in M
MKS. GIB AID KKAVIT1
mks. uihu schepps
MKS. MAKVIN MRSCNENSONN
Joan Picks Veil Of Three Tiers
groom. She wore a street le
toast lace sheath d
MRS. AtERTON CITTIS
MKS. LAWkENCE MAKKS
280 Guests See Merle Jacobs Sav Her Vows
Dilner and Marks On Jamaica Trip
Honeymooning in Jamaica are Rabbi Joseph Narot ^L
newly weds Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence them at Temple Israel at 4
M. Mark".. | Sunday. A reception follow*'
The bride, the former Roberta ceremony at the home of Mr
Karbara Dilner. is the daughter of Mr* Sa<'l Marks, parent,,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Dilner. of ^"T' ^ "" M
800 Cremona ave.. Coral Gables. SW ave
The bride wore a lace
length dress with three-qu
sleeves and a bustle back.
Joan Portganfl and Klihu M sweetheart roses entwined with carried a Bible with white i
Scbeppi spoke their wedding vows ivy. Her matron of honor M
before Rabbi Arthur T. Buch in a The bridegroom is the son of -. ,.,',.,
candlelight ceremony at The Plaza. Mr and Mrs. Lsadore Schepps. Fair *
New York City. May 27. Lawn. N.J.. and Helen-Mar apart-
The bride is the daughter of mei.ts. Miami Beach.
V. ilium H. Fortgang. 1646 SW 14th
tfSXSrJZittZ E Her Bridal Gown Is of Sheer Silk
lather. Miss Estabell Herscovitz and
Mir Victorian styled gown of Merton Getiis. who met in Miami
peau de soie had a draped neck- iast December, were married Sun-
line, shirred sleeves, and a sweep day.
train. The ceremony took place at 3
Her three-tiered elbow-length pm jn Temple Emanuel. Lake
veil of illusion fell from a Dior Hollingsworth, Lakeland. Rabbi
coronet of pearls and brilliants and Alexander Gelberman officiated,
she carried two white orchids and The bridegroom is son of Mr.
stephanotis. .,n(j j^rh Stanley II Gettis, 1565!
Mrs. Sidney Offit. cousin of the Collins are.. Miami Beach. The
bride from New York, was matron brides parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe'
ot honor Her pink pe" de soie Herscovitz. live in Lakeland.
gown reflected the lines of the. The bridal gown of sheer silk
bridal gown. y made with chapel train caught |
She carried pale and dark pink up in puffs to just below the waist-
African daisies, carnations ..nd line. The veil was lield to a cap
of matching lace.
The bride carried a white Bible
with baby orchids and lilies-of the-
The 280 Kue-ts who attended the of white imported chantilly lace' After a wedding trip to Nassau, valley.
Justin Gettis. of Miami Beach.
Saturday wedding of Merle Joy and tulle over satin. The lace the couple will be at home June 24
Jacobs and Gerald Kravct? spent bodice and long sleeves were em-'at 966 SW 10th st. Both will con-
ing weekend at the Karmel hotel. I.roulered with seed pearU and tinue their studies at the Univer-
!. h Sheldrake. \Y. where the iridescent sequins The town had sity of Miami.
I ,,|e met |a chapel train. Her French illusion.
._ fingertip veil fell from a lace tiara
"The ceremony took place *t trimmed%.th ised peil!
3 p.m. Saturday in the hotel. She carried a Bible with a cas-
< wned by the hnde*s parents, cading bouquet of white orchids
Mr and Mrs. Julius .la.ol>- Their and lilies-of the valley.
Miami home is at 966 SW 10th st. June Carole Jacobs, the bride's
was best man for his brother.
Ushers were Irving HerrLs. Coral
Gables; Bob Herris. Miami, broth-
ers of the bride; and Stanley H.
Gettis jr.. of Miami Beach, the
bridegroom's brother.
Miss Brunell Berthe, of Lake-
land, the bride's cousin, was maid
of honor. Bridesmatrons were Mrs.
Don I .a/are. active member of Justin Gettis. Mrs Irving Herris
Lazare to Head
Young Adult League
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Mr. Kravetz' parents are Mr. and'only sister, wore a bouffant pink ,he Youn8 Adult League, the and Mrs. Bob Herris
Garden Party Sit
Of Her Betrothal
A garden party and recepq
at the Miami Beach home of
parents last week served as a I
ting for announcement of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Klayne Herns and Shelley Get-! gagement of Carole Anne Li
(enter, was recently elected presi tis were flower girl*. land Stuart I. Garber. Cleveland.)
dent of the group. The reception was held in the The couple met when he can
Other officers who will help temple. A dinner for the family Miami Beach for vacation toj
i e her in marriage They also Aaron, the hi-idcgroom\ brother- carr> ,hr(,ugh the organizations in Lakeland Yaeht club followed, afo.
entertained at the reception which in-laW. Robert SHffitetn, his roUs- frngra1m f(,r "ming year are After a wedding trip to Mexico! Miss Urine is the daughter!
Leon Livingstone, vice president; the couple will live at 835 83rd st.. Mr. and Mrs Bruce L*vine. r
N. Meridian ave Mr Garber$|
ents are the Harvej J R<'.|
Clevelan The bride-elect is a senior|
Miami Beach High School. "J
she is a member of Sigma Lair
Gelbam. Fred Goldenblank. Young AuK lfl is the d*to which Doris Sigma and Jay's BBG.
Adult Council representatives; R'in. naaL srt for nCT marriage to Her fiance is a maduateofj
Mrs. Herman Kravetz. Brooklyn nylon tulle waltz-length skirt as
MfeOl Nrael H Zuckerberg maid of honor and only atendant.
elated, and the brides parents Seating guests were Robert
.wed in the hotel, and at the .n; Jack H. Fried, the brides Tcmy llM^S^^^^^Su ZuZ
wedding breakfast Sunday morn- cousin; and Allan Aaron, all of Feld. recording secretary; Ixah
New York.
The bride's traditional gown was Bern ice Zuckcrberg was.soloist.
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N.J. Mr Rosen's parents are Dr. h engagement party and
and Mrs. Baphael Rosen, 7725 *hn VtU.,> Roc hotel.l
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Miss Rein is a graduate of Cor-
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a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She
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, June 22, 1956_
lay
lisTRaf f el Met
Lnce at Young
[udaea Affair
then Marcia Raffcl went to a
nK Judaea leader's meeting
December, she didn't know
rd ^ meeting her future hus-
u now. she and Morton S. Lev-
Lre planning a candlelight cere-
I [0r their Sept. 1 wedding.
urs Raffel'fl engagement is be-
, -mounced by her parents, Mr.
\ Mr- JacK Raff el. 2740 SW
C -t formerly of Chicago.
|A graduate of the University of
I'm, Marcia is now employed
dio statien WIOD. While in
i.e she VfM a member of Iota
.|,a pi social sorority and Gam-
, Alpha i In advertising sorority.
served as assistant editor of
I yearbook, "Ibis."
Jorton son of Mr. and Mrs.
Is Levin, 2575 SW 24th ave .
willed schools in Baltimore and
'duatfl 11 "Hi Miami Technical
,School An Army veteran, he
.urreiitly studying at the, Uni
2j 0| Miami and is a part
emplo>ee of Sears Roebuck.
***&> Fkr/cton
Paqe 9 B
liss Tenenbom,
lentist Engaged
In \il( line Tenenbom, 16 Belle
Ulan Beach, and formerly
Paver i I i announces the
gement nl her daughter, Diane
Dr. Ernest M. Halpryn. son
Mr .in I Mrs. Julius Halpryn.
|p York City.
is the daughter of the late
itum Tenenbom, Davenport.
luate of Davenport
i Schiml. received her Bach
br"< degree in Kducation at the
enity ol Miami and was a
Wnber of Mpha F.psilon Phi sor-
jjly, Phi Delta Pi educational
orary, II. nor Court and served
election Ixiard at the uni-
sity-
Halpryn received hja AB and
degree at New York Univcr-
He interned at Marine hospi-
New Orleans, La., and served
Navy He is a member of
na Epsilon Delta and Alpha
ga dental fraternities and
ticti in Hialeah
couple are planning an Aug.
Iwedduu in Miami Beach.
fames Rosenberg
nancee from Neb.
[Miami Beach attorney James A.
denbertf i- encaged to a Nebras-
girl. Jn\ Dubinsky. Her par-
la, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dubinsky.
coin. \.!>.. are announcing
nr betrothal
prospective bridegroom is
ison of the Robert Rodenbergs,
*1 t H.i Harbor dr., Miami
ch.
Hi-* Dubinsky has been on the
hV I both Wellesley Pol-
and Northwestern University.
will I, graduated from me
ner next Decembar. Alpha Epsi-
iPhi I. her sorority.
*r. lodenberg is an alumnus of
University of Miami law
ol He served in the office of
Staff Judge Advocate, USAF,
in tin- country and England
graduation. He is a
t>er of Phi Delta Phi and Pi
bda Phi.
Rosenbaums Tell Rita's Betrothal
August will bring Rita Rosen-
baum her wedding ring. She is
the bride-to-be of Robert M. Swe-
droe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rosenbaum.
7747 Atlantic Way, Miami Beach,
are announcing their daughters
betrothal to the son of Mr. and
Mi- Harris Swedroe. New York.
Miss Rosenbaum attended Mia-
mi Beach High School, Stephens
College and the University of
Miami. She is a junior in the de-
partment of psychology at Carne-
gie Institute of Technology, Pitts-
| burgh.
Mr. Swedroe attended high
school in New York and now is
.studying architecture at Carnegie
Tech. He is a member of Beta
Sigma Phi and the student divi-
sion of the American Institute of
Architects.
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WHh HaUohJals
Krephth iJfWjgs.
MMISAI
Cantor, Sklar Aug. 19 has been chosen as the Marsha graduated from Miami
wedding .late of Marsha Doreen Senior High School where she was
Cantor and Walter Byron Sklar, active in Phi Sigma Tau and Quill
son of Mr. and Bra. Samuel Sklar, and Scroll. She attended the Uni-
1300 S. Biscyane Point rd., Miami versity of Florida.
Bcacn- Her fiance attended schools in
Their engagement is announced Chicago and graduated from Mia-
By Hisi Cantor's parents. Mr. and' mi Beach High School. He attend-
Mrs. Philip Cantor, 1921 SW 24th ed the University of Miami and
,('r the University of Florida.
MISS JOY DUBINSKY
Miss Whitman to
Wed Jan. 20
Mr and Mrs. Herbert M. Whit
man, 1320 Monad tar., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
il their daughter, Sandra Eve. to
Ralph Alvin tfu< hrnan He is the
MB of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel J.
Buchman. Tampa.
The bride-elect is formerly of
New York. She is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and is a junior
at the University of Florida, where
she was elected sweetheart of Tau
Epsilon Phi. She will receive her
B. Bd degree In education next
June
Mr. Buchman was born in Tam-
pa where he graduated from Plant
Ui-h School.
He i- graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he majored
in Bniinesa Administration. He Is
a member ol Tau Kp-ilon 1'hi and
(raj active in the intramural pro-
gram. He is now connected with
the Montenegro Accounting Firm
in Tampa.
The wedding will be at the
Roney I'la/a hotel on Jan.-20.
Summer Hours in Meet
Summer hours for the main
branch of the Miami Public Libra-
ry went into effect on June 11. The
library will he Closed at 6 p.m. on
Saturdays during the summer. It
will be closed on all Sundays
THE BETH EL HEBREW ACADEMY
MIAMI'S ONLY FULLY ACCREDITED ALL-DAY SCHOOL
IS EXPANDING ITS EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
and win or-m mmam mm KINDERGARTEN GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3
GRADE 4 GRADE 5
for the Highest in Secular Studies .
for the Ultimate in Hebrew Studies ...
for the Classical Blending of Judaism and Americanism ...
ENROLL YOUR CHILD IMMEDIATELY !
KGISTRAT.0N OPEN 0NIY FOR KINDERGARTEN, GRADE 1 AND GRADE 2
Come, Write or Phone:
THE MIAMI-BETH EL HEBREW ACADEMY
,,=,- ~ -;H0K| ,.J004
500 S.W. 17th AVENUE _____


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Dais of honor at Federation's "Chai" annual meeting last week in the Seville Berstein. Stanley C. Myers. Fred K. Shochet jlinner chairman. Sam I Heii
hotel includes noted personalities ^n nelds oi welfare, religion, community Carl Weinkle. Action Kanner. Jack Caxner, Mrs. Irving Lehrman Harold
planning and local and national Jewish affairs. Left to right are David Phillips, man. Milton Friedman. Rabbi Yaakov Hoaenberg. Leo Chaikm and Ben
Sidney Lefcourt. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Fannie Selig. John N. Serbin. Rosenberg.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Samuel Friedland, Max Orovitz. Howard Kane. Philip
Longtime Beach
Leader Dead at 58
Services for Arthur Treister. 58.
longtime Miami Beach resident
and civic leader, were Sunday at
Miami Beach Elks lodge. 720 West
ave.. under the direction of New-
man-Gordon Funeral Home
Mr Treister. of 1220 Lenox ave.,
died June 14. Burial was in the
family mausoleum.
Mr. Treister came to Miami 26
years ago from New York.
He was a past exalted ruler <>f
the Miami Beach Elks lodge 1601.
a director of American Legion
Pod 85. a founder of Miami Beach
Civic League, a founder of Troop
35. the city's first Boy Scout troop,
and a founder of the first Cub
Scout pack in Miami Beach.
He also was a member of Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith lodge. Hibiscus
lodge 275. F & AM and Temple
Israel of Miami.
During World War II he won a
special Air Force award for enter-
taining servicemen.
Mr Treister was a real estate
and investment broker.
Surviving are his wife. Anita;
two MM, Leonard, of Miami Beach,
and Lt. (jgi Kenneth. USN; his
mother, Mrs Rose Treister. of Mia-
mi; a HaeBT, Mrs. Minerva Cohen.
Miami; and two grandchildren.
Key Largo
Acreage
100 ACRES, excellent investment. Hos
flreat potential. Che ice location.
Develop with adjacent properties
Large highway and water frontage.
Total price $120,000. STEAL IT NOW.
Have notice to raise price soon. Sit:
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM BLDG.
MIAMI
WEEKDATS Fl 3-W22
WAUCHULA BRADENT0N
40 Acre Citrvs Land Cleared $400 per
Acre; 20 Acres 3 Tear Old Hamlim
Crave $24,000, i Cask, Balance 3
Tears, located Close in; j Interest in
0 Acres with 30 Acre Bearing Grove,
Some Additional Grove land, Good
House, Deep Well, $42,000, <> Cash;
30 Acre Young Grove $18,000 with
Terms. Nave Over 5 Pieces of Gaff
Front Properties that are Selling far
25-50*. less than they will in One
Year's Time. Write Mo tar Details.
C. T. RATLIFF, Realtor
Ph. PR 3-4451 Wauchula
SIDNEY L. HYMEN
I IL af IBM BW 1th it hi
M iml ton yean ago from Brooklyn,
i June it He wu > Baa alia
Amert.tn \\ ,t veteran, member . Miii'ni Hebron Reboot ami Onnaren-
j tlnn. a Ma*c>n urn! Shrlner Survtvlni
re hl. wife. Blta; two BOOS, l>r. Al-
fred i> Hjbind and 'heeti r 11
j three ilnughtii *, lira M.irtha I'mi-
rn m, Mn nVima Mlttiaman and Bi
I trioo Hymen; and three brothers
Sorvteea were June Ik at HI v.
j lleai-h Memmlal Cbapol Klagler t..
with burial in Mt BmoI Cemoterj
MRS. SARAH MARCUS
77. ..f sSt 7th t.. died June IS S*he
came ban from Itiooklvn nln' pears
*> Burvlvtan are her buahaad.
|uel: three ilaughti i *, Mm. Exther
Cooporntaiv Mis* iteaiiia Marcui
M> Jeanette Levlaaon; one boo, Sa>
Hi.in ami a brother, Wolf Cantocj
Hlvei-fclile- It.a.-h Memorial )'hat>el w.
in charge Of Im-al airanitement*.
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MRS. OORA MORRIS
1It anla ave., died
Jiin- IK. She mine from U
1.' M'r hko ami I. survived
bj throe anna, In- Mark Kharkov.
Clifford Rhaokoy ami Gordon Shark -
' i >t tbraa daochtora, Mre ibr
M Sophie Attain an I \l -
llettv Robblni lervtcas were in RJv-
.i-i.i. Reach Memorial Ptanpal. with
huiUI III I'.riMikllne, Mnaa.
MILTON WEISS
'*. former New York welterweight
fhrhter, iiie.i June it at 4Ji rolttn*
ve Rlveraldo-Beach Memorial Chap-
el In charge of Iim al arrange-
ment*.
wa* a reilre.l ilrv cleaner, coming here
to., yearn aso from Flint. Mich., and
in.,, BW lth tor He Ifi sur-
vived bi two m>, two daucbtori
Including Mre. Lena Porkla, stater,
II pninili hllilr. ii and l" great granrt-
i-hlldren Bervlcea trora June 13 al
Oordon Funeral Home, with burial
In Mint.
HARRY COOPERMAN
m. of !2:. Bharuad ave. tn-ioi-ka.
Mod June II He came here three
rears k" from I'hic.igo and was a
.1 ..f Temple ll'mil Bbolom He
la MjivUerl b) hi- wife. I^ola. two
aonl in. hiding Karl, two brothers
and a ai-ter "Service* were In <*hl-
oaao with liu. im.i.-!< h Maiaorial
C'haiM-l in ctaVie af arrangement*.
MAX GOOOIS
11 of II lalaad a\e., Ilelle lale. died
June 12 He waa a retired Ibjuor
owner and came here II yearn
ago from I'hll.idelphla He waa a
member of HIMarua mdfe, (Kid Fel-
lowa and American legion tie la
aurvtvad b) hla wife, rVaacao: two
dauehtera. Including Mix Hoaallnd
Dobkln, Coral Qabtae three brotbors
and three slaters. Dervloea were In
1'hlla.iclphla.
MRS. ROSE HARRIET MACKHAUF
;-'. operate* of the K..... Brier Bhopne*
here, died June 7 at Ahland. Va .
while on h.-i Bray fiom New York to
Miami. She came from New Yiwk
.11 \ear ago and lived it MM lake
I'm. on at dr. Smvlvlng are a aon.
Walter, and three grandchildren She
alao leaves two lter* Servlcea were
June 1" In Newman 7ordi>n Funeral
Home, with burial In Woodlawn I'ark
OUSTAVE ASRAMS
M, retired N. w V..i k CltJ accountant I
who rame here IS \eara ago awl Iin^iI
..' lit Almlnar ave.. Coral liable", i
died Jun* 14 Surviving are hla wife,
ad; a daurhter. Mm Cora Levy;
aad aon, Di Majartee Barvtroa
were in New York, with Hiveialde
Heo-'h Memorial i'hapel in charge of
arrangement*.
JOSEPH BALKING
M. lilt Waahinstnn ave dle| June
14 He la earvtved bj hla wife. Net-
tie, three daughters, two brother*
and two alatera H mil Inter-
ment ele In New Volk l'lt\, Wll'l
-ide-Bench Memorial i'ha|>el In
,,t i. ,,i arrangement*
SAMUEL COHEN
76, one of the founder* of An*he
i. cation, died Jun. I J. He
SELECTED
ACREAGE
17,000 ACRES
Including Miles af lake front
in Orlando Art* 552.50
a
29,000 ACRES
Titasville Cocoa Area. IS Miles of
hror front Frontage en 2
Mighwoys-at $7S
o
6,500 ACRES
Near Industrial Ci-,-at S4S
a
200 ACRES
lake Par. Area-tH $550
All af the Abo*t 29% Dawn,
Boloaso Claasos
a
See IRA C WALSEY
JE 8-5781
CHESTER W. KRONE
I I A I T 0 I
350 LINCOLN RD., M.B.
JEROME OREENriELO"
77. ret lied clerk. dle<1 June 1.1. Cuialng
here from New York 11 >er ajto. he
lived at 1*011 Kui-lld ave He I* ur>
\ived by two brothara, including Her-
inan B., ami four hI-i.i- ServUex
were June IS at Klveralde-ltem-h Me-
morial t'haiaxl. with burial follow la<
in alt Slnal Cemetery.
Homestead and Redland Area ACREAOf etOVB C4AM CHICKEN RANCH-aWMBSS PtXefBTY UJ. 1 FRONTAOE HOMfSITES-Anyfhing in *l Ittmlt INDUSTRIAL LEASE Will Build to Suit Light industry or Warehousing Beat Term* 2' 2 ACRE CORNER Residential, t Mile* North Homosteag, H.000 Part Caah, Balance J0 Month 1 Va ACRE BUILDING SITE Hi-Pino. S2.790 COOPER t McCl AN AH AN REALTORS 132 N. Kremc Ave. Pk. Itlt HOMISTIAD, FLORIDA Acreage Sped lr320 FT. U. S. 1 UM, S10 per ft. 900 ACRES, COCOA AJ Ve Mile, 4 lane U.S. 1, SM at 1,580 ACRES, ST. AUGK 4.50C U.S. 1, 4 lea,, to -*, Waterway, S3M 2,000 ACRES, CLOYBttl W$0 per Acre 100 ACRES HOMESTil Water and Sewers, least 1 Bevelaging. S2 500 per T0BIN 4. T0BIN REAITI 420 UNCOIN R0AB, MUM |
Marion County Acreage 2,600 ACRE RANCH Consisting of 2.000 acre* ci*are\ mast-1 ly In paeture4KX> acrea woads and large lake1] miles highway front age 2 modem maaonry hem**, 1 tenant houoe. oejuipment *hed. barn. shop. etc. tome land aultaaJe for citruo. BM nor acre, tfi cash. Balance 10 yooro at S>*. SMITH 1 CEPEDA REALTY 117 IAST OCKLAtNAHA AVI. 0CAU. FIA. JE 1-0858 JE 8-191


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COMPANY tlieaisd 4 lisdod Qlaaaflld la over 10 Statos NOT last Aeefieeeet.,
BUT A HIGHLT IXPIIIINCIB, MOBtlSIONAi MAI aSTATI ORBAHIZATION.
Speculator*!
BuiiderB!
Uomeeeker!
GRAND OPENING!
''SOUTHERN PALMS"
Newttf and fmeil f AST COAST SuMivision ia
COCOA BEACH
A Great Opportunity to Own
Florida Real Estate
Tropical Ranches Near Everglades National Park
Doosn't make any difference how big or small your bankroll is.
You could own a 5 acre Florida ranch sita at. a terrific pro-
development price. As low as $69$ full price. $9$ down. $10 par
month. No intarast, no carrying charges. Insurabla title.
(Approx.) 330 x 660 acre tracts, an aqual to IB lots 75' x 137' (road-
ways rasarvad not to exceed 35'). Broker* protected. Write, wira
or phono:
Richard M. Brooks
15331 N.W. 7th AVE. MIAMI, FLA.
Phone MU 1-6031 Ask for Brochure
l lleeai fro*. OcoM oa Breeard Ave _
. SATURDAY, JUNE 23 1:00 P.M.
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June 22, I956_
rican Flag Will
fjssay's Subject
E contest, Why the Ameri-
, Should be Displayed."
-sponsored by Gilbert J.
,lodge of Bnai B'rith as its
will be awarded to
Jj* |n a public ceremony In-
Ldenc.> Day. The contest, open
U pioridians. will initiate a
iqjh educational program
L piston ;ind display of the
^an flap on patriotic holi-
c members include
j-grhnian. Henry Cain,
t] fiirefl. Charres SeiaVitch,
n Goldberg. Belvin Friedson,
wjfeon, Kenneth Knop-
"iurray Skup and Edward
i lodge was named in memory
; J. Balkia. civic leader
director of the Anti-
\{m League of B'nai B'rith.
Goldberg hi newly elected
knt
[Show on Island
one day, three-man art
will take place in a uaiquc
air conditioned model
l Miami Beach's Parkview
*-Sunday afternooa as a
summer exhibit. On view
si'Iected canvases by
fes R Jacobsoo, Arthur Mo-
and Maximilien Steurmann.
HfiUng modern, classical and
u Ui
***/<* rk>rtcn*
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SOUND INVESTMENT
___IW ACRES IN HEART OF NFw
13c square foot
FRANKLIN CRAVER, Broker
Phone NE 4-7364
Over 1 Va Mile River and
H
Lake Frontage
Inrituri r.., i.__
Specialists since 1924 in
choice real estate in
Tropical Southwest Florida
large Acreage, Waterfront, Islands,
Highway Frontage, Business
Opportunities
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYIRS, FLORIDA
Phone Edison 5-4421
a to Appear Here
ert Neuni.in. author of
Lforfcuobody'* and other
PSk' -peaker Sun-
|tt the Spinoza Outdoor
st. and Ocean ct.,
rjQta. Dr Abraham Wolf
the Forum, will
'the speaker and conduct
ijjua^penod. m ,
irritt Island
Specials
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
(200 t>r Acre
Priced Way Under Mmrktt

ACRES WATERFRONT
Hematic* Roods Near New A1A
"ctetf. This it fweetife,.
S300 per Acre

ACRES NEAR NEW AlA
$200 per Acre
o
ACRES INDIAN RIVER
WATERFRONT
"Oajy SI 25 per Acre
(Also Have 10 Acre Tracts
|Wyman Atkins
iniroi
[12719 W. Dixie Hwy.
W-193S PL 8-8332
k* Wise People Know
' the Time fo Bay"
MR) hack from a brief vocn-
J*9 to calls far BEACH
n lots, hornet, business
Co"* properties come and
. JT *",h u* "' Infecaetd
!** ocean.
M SURPRISED bow small m,
m down will take mm pro*-
^ mot liberal terms we com
I Loo Robinson, banker and Mia-
|mi Beach community leader,
j emerges from light observation
plane after viewing aerial
I spraying operation in Broward
(county. "The m u 11 i engine
planes are the answer to quick
efficient coverage of large land
areas. I like the methodical and
thorough way they are doing
the job," he staled. Robinson
is vice president of the Dania
Bank and Dgde Federal Sav-
ings and Loai flssn.
lelon ?, ,,*hrm" Paradise or o>.
S^feftBSif r',,red Tract
DWEILING-Soburban
oi tTsr- *r'-Ke. roeVtVd
on 5.3 acre, of land. Available. $13 500
ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT
H. H. TANNER, Realtor
CULPEPPER-WATKINS
Tanner Huffman Co., Parorko, Flo.
Phone East 5-2081
12,000 Acres
TO BE SOLD IN 10 ACRE TRACTS OR
MORE. South side Tamiami Trail, Dade
and Collier County, from So5 to S100
per acre. Largo and Small Tracts
Throughout the State.
H. L. HEATH
Registered Broker
84-3475
SUNDAYS and EVENINGS CALL
NE 4-5713 or 89-6032
5,300 ACRES
Adjoining targe Subdivision
VERO BEACH AREA-S1I0 per Acre
2,000 ACRES
3 Mi. Highway Frontage, S85 per Acre
134 ACRES
IN BROWARD COUNTY-4,000 ft.
Railroad Frorrtoge,. $1,200 per Acre
JOSEPH D'ANGELO
Registered Broker
112* So. State U. 7, W. Hollywood
Mi. Hollywood 3-4944 or 2-0014

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SPECULATORS
DOUBLE YOUR HONEY-BUY NOW
DADE COUNTS SO Acrev Near
Rout* 27. COO' on N.W. 117th Ave.
1600 per acre.
HIGHLANDS COUNTY 2.300 Acres
In Sebring. Lake frontage, hioh
land- Near Rt 27 and downtown
arts. $100 per acre. 39*. down
down.
Phoee M0 1-4296
KEN D. ROSEN, Realtor
GREATER MIAMI REALTY
5747 S.W. JthST.
Hbck
REAL ESTATE
JAI BLVD. fly the MtrJ
=Jjt of Traffic Light
UBKROAIFBY-THE SEA
J"* I0f,ow 4-1293
^"^en*TMMm
LEGAL NOTICe
'ct ,
. ER FICTITIOUS
JP*ME LAW
I:v tknt
ICi III
iMPANT,
i. Miami.
"' register ii.l nmiu-
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BREYARD
COUNTY
R. C. BURNS
116 Willard St.
Cocoa, Florida
SPECIALISTS IN
BREVARD COUNTY
nopmr
Wt HAVE ANYTHING YOU
WANT, LARGE 0 SMALL
eat! frontage
o Octon Frontog*
Business Sites
Investment Properties
o Creecs and'Homes
120 Acres
NEAR GRAHAM DAIRY-S750 PER ACRE
29". Down
Calf CARL PFEIFFER, Realtor
TODAY
4642 W. Flagler St.
PHONE 83-6038
NORTH FLORIDA ACREAGE
1200 ACRES
Pin* growiro land. Pinea have been
cut off and are growing back. Price
ii only $17.50 per acre.
1,900 ACRES
U.S. Highway thru it. also county
graded road. Hundred! of acres in
pasture with balance crop land. No
waste land. All fenced. Top quality
for farming, also hat vast potential
otherwise due to location starting at
city limit* of good city. Price $125
acre. Terms. __
1,950 ACRES
Considerible 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 2.700 feet on paved "ad. 8
miles from Gainesville. Price $185
acre. Terms. _
LAND SPECIALISTS
HENDERSON & RANKIN
BROKE R S
18 N.W. 2nd STREET
PH. FR 2-8182
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
ACREAGE
5 Acres 320' Frontage
Redland Road
i MILE CTV LIMITS OF
GOOD BOVHO:tE^P" -RE
20 Acres
660 FT.
vEB PALM
OF US. I.
incal LY LOCATED.
rONTLAVCE ON S.LV
DR'V%^500%ER "'RE
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
16821 Federal Hwy., Ptrr.ne
CALL FOR APPOINTMBNT
Phone 817-9015
^OUSTfiKOSRW
$125 PER ACRE
1,000 Acres, Lake County
'/4 DOWN, Balance 4 Years
Adjoining 3,000 Homesite
across from to million acre
National Forest
Hoffman Realty
1427 N. Federal Highway
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
LO 4-8419 9:00 to 9:00
BEAUTIFUL RANCH
3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced
and 12 miles of private canal planted
in select nra. 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:
FRanklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM BLOG., MIAMI
10 ACRES Broward County
In ,1 rapidly developing area. A good
email speculation at $$50 par acre. All
.cash.
250 ACRES
Look Look
20 ACRES
Jott off U.S. No. 1. A good deal at
SI ,750 per acre, terms
20 ACRES
Old Grove in the Central Redlands
Only $1,500 per acre
40 ACRES
Cornr Rpdland Rd. and Hainlin Dr.,
high land. Only SI,850 per ocre, term*.
25 ACRES
Hainlin Dr. beautiful pine land. Good
location. SI,850 per acre, terms.
CALL M0 7-2503
JANES
REALTY COMPANY, INC.
ON U.S. 1 at KENDALL, South of /Miami
ARCADIA FOR SALE
3,200 ACRE RANCH LAND
1,100 acres improved, fenced, windmill,
good water. 10 miles from Arcadia.
$40 per acre.
MOTEL
745 feet on U.S. Highway No. 17. 10
units. All modern construction, can be
bought at sacrifice. Owner has other
plans.
BAR and DANCE HALL
On busy State Highway No. 70 going
toward Miami, gasoline station in-
cluded. Good buy for right party. 6
miles East of Arcadia.
LEWIS AMBLER, Realtor
P. 0. Box 471, Arcadia, Florida
Phone Walnut 8-1281
MORRIS H. LEVSKY
ASSOC. REALTOR
Phone Evenings-WAInut 8-7851
Arcadia, Florida
South Palm Beach County
Lowest price per acre in area. Good
future at $350 per acre. Will be fine
for fresh water fishing and hunting.
29'; down. 5 years at 5*. for balance.
80 ACRES
Four 20 Acre Tracts
Not adjoining. Break into 5 and 10
acre tracts and sell for immediate
profit. Lots of speculation left at $400
per acre,- Half cash, balance 3 years
480 ACRES
Terrific Opportunity for
Large Developer
:1i mile Rout No. 7. 3 miles of other
| mad frnntane, cleared and ready now.
Complete topo and proposed layout
available. Priced at $2.SCO per acre.
29";, down. 9 years for balance.
15 ACRES
990 Ft. Frontage on
Johnson Road
Might well be part of future shopping
center. $2 250 per acre. 29'. down. 3
years at 5'; on balance.
275 ACRES
Boca Raton Area
Sewers available for EOO homj. VViter
on the property. Good potential busi-
ness frontage. Ready for development
at $2,500 per acre 29' will handle.
5 years at 5* on balance.
33 LOTS
Located in Active Subdivision
of Flamingo Park
Street* and water in. F.H.A. approv>
ed. $2,250 per lot with terms.
1100 ACRES
Close to Ft. Lauderdale
Set to ranch; planted to grass; water
controlled; fenced. $350 per acre.
Terms to be arranged.
60 ACRES
ZONED INDUSTRIAL
Ft. Lauderdale Area
Good road frontage, railroad frontage.
J2400 per acre. 29*. down 5 years at
5', for balance.
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Standing (left to right) are Sidney Indgin,
Harvey Meltzer, Alfred Meltxer. Stuart Fab-
ric. Robert Aranoff and Warren Teitelman.
Seated are Louis Schwartzman, Bureau of
Jewish Education executive director, Shirah
Skop. Ruth Weinstein, Rita Klonsky. Sandy
Caplan, Juliet Schachno. Herbert Berger,
Bureau assistant director, Phyllis Katz and
Sondra Levy, not pictured.
Graduation Class Receives Diplomas
Largest graduation class of the
Hebrew High School and elemen-
tal > Hebrew schools of Greater
Miami received their diplomas
recently.
Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg, Mor-
ris Skop. Simon April, Leon Kro-
nish. Irving Lehrman and Alfred
Waxman congratulated the 57
graduate! of Beth David Congre-
gation, Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter. Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation, Temple Beth Shol-
om. Temple Kmanu Kl and Tem-
ple Zion.
The Jacob and Adele Kaplan
Scholarship was awarded by Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz. of the Rab-
binical Asm. of Greater Miami, to
! Arnold Grant, of Temple Zion.
The Charles A. Ratner Achieve-
I ment Award was won by Judith
1 Schachno. of the Hebrew High
School of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, for high scholastic
achievement. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno.
755 Alton rd.
Program featured a narrative
I cantata written by Louis SchwarU-
, man, Bureau executive, commem-
orating the 850th year of the
death of Rashi, rabbi and inter
pretor of the middle ages.
Greetings were extended by Sol
Goldman, newly elected president
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Nursery and pre-kindergarten class of Tem-
ple Emanu El religious school conducts clos-
ing exercises. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, chair-
man of board of education, and Mrs. Leo D.
Brandeis, teacher, present certificates of
honor to graduates who will enter public
schools in September. Assisting Mis. Bran-
deis on the far right are Mrs. Sadye Klein
and Mrs. Mildred Rogers. Children partici-
pating in the program are (left to right) top
row Jiffy Rand. Shari Pollack. Maxine Rosen-
stein, Dahlia Abramowitz, Martha Yavers,
Carol Felman. Arelene Schler, Andy Lehr-
man. David Abelow. Franklin Hurowitz,
Gary Selevan, Steven Lechtner. Middle
row are David Abramowitz, Jo Ellen Kay,
Anita Giller, Sherry Malter. Tod Cypen,
Cathy Eber. Wayne Cypen, Leonard Feld-
man. Robin Hirsch. Martin Freed. Bottom
row are Jeffrey Morgan. Nancy Beck. Ellen
Klempner, Mickey Feller. Marsha Sills.
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BEIRUT (JTA) At least 20 and possibly twice that number of
persons are being tried in Lebanon this week on charges of espionage
for Israel, it was reported here. The Lebanese authorities have refused
to give names or numbers of persons involved. Reports in the Lebanese
press vary from about a score of defendants to the report in the English-
language Beirut Daily Star which says that the Attorney General is
askmg the death penalty for 24 persons and imprisonment for another
23. News of the arrests broke as a surprise in Beirut, the dispatches
received here today state, since Lebanon has the least number of inci-
dents with Israel of any of the Arab countries bordering on the Jewish
State. The reports assert that the defendants will be charged with
giving various forms of aid and assistance to Urael.
NEWS m EUKOTE'S CAPITALS
LONDON (JTA) The latest additions to the Israel Navy, the
destroyers Yalfo and Elatb. sailed from Plymouth for Haifa this week.
The vessels were bought from the British Navy and were converted.
They will be the largest units in Israels fleet. Israeli seamen have spent
months being trained in handling the destroyers. Before departure, the
senior officer in command of the two vessels and the officers of the
two units were hosts at a reception attended by senior British Admiralty
officers, diplomats, including Israel Abassador Eliahu Elath, and other
distinguished guests.
ON THE AMEHKAN SCENE
TORONTO (JTA) Representatives of numerous governmental
bodies in the United States and Canada, gathered here for the eighth
annual conference of commissions against discrimination, began dis-
cussions on methods and procedures of enforcing anti-bias law
various governmental levels in the two countries. The parley this year
is sponsored by the Fair Employment Practices Branch of the Ontario
Department of Labor.
Miami Beach Public Library and
Miami Beach recreation depart-
ment presented another "World of
Books" program entitled "Is Art
Necessary""" with a panel consist-
ing of Prof Clayton Charles, chair-
man, Art Department, University
of Miami; Eugene Massin. instruc-
tor in art. U. of M; and Robert
Tyler Davis, director of Viscaya.
Program was held Monday eve-
ning in the Oceanfront auditorium,
10th st. and Ocean dr. Chaim Rose
was moderator.
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Page 10 A +Jenlst> PcridHtr Friday, J Une ^ ttlTII SMEROTY — Super-Patriots Become Legitimate Patrons of the Art World i Washington "Thieves' Paradise." an airti Semitie'i dramatic production, has turned super patriots into patrons of the arts The play recently shut down here after teveil performances for lack of p.il milage. Myron ('. Faaan was termed an •inept" author-director His work wai described as frankly "awful' and "not even a play" by critics here Yet \ m e r i e a n lunatic Inline groups were sta^c struck by it And no wonder Pagan'* > reation coincided with their hysterics. It alleged that at Yalta. Roosevelt and Hiss connived to eventually communi7c the I'nited States; that traitorou American millionaires are part of that (real conspiracv; that American boys who fought in Korea were ambushed and trapped, murdered and maimed by the I'nited Nations; that the military head of the IN is alwavs to be a Moscow Ked; and finally that the I'nited Nations is a Russian plot to translorm itself into a super-One World government to absorb the I'nited States destroy our sovereignty ind nullify our Constitution Fagan. an intense and persist ii.ep.t In ancient Nrael. it was I small village, on the edge of a late wilderness from which. 1.. the east, the terrain dropped ipitatelj to the Dead S. ., Rut out of that village came a voice, the voice of a shepherd M d Amos, a backwoods man "f powerful elo nee, whose voice rose against ruling monarch. King Jen.. •ting h \ p o c r i s v iging down o .d judgment onlj on the Gentile nations itself, threatening horroi and destruction but 0 for the nation of mption. So powerful W '1.1VOiCe that Atnos. though ered one of the minor i hethad his prophecies inled in the old Testament bringing lame forever not only the lonelj shepherd from %  ah hut to the Village (.I 1. koah as well Now that name Tekoah is being perpetuated by another voice— one seldom heard publicly here but powerful in behind the scene discussions of Israel's role vis-avis its Arab neighbors. And in modern Israel as well as along its borders, the voice is heard very frequently indeed, for it is the voice of Israel's principal expert on the series of armistices which the Jewish Nation entered in 1949 with Egypt. Jordan. Lebanon and Syria Indeed, two of the armistice agreements—those with I>'banon and Syria—were iiatad by the man behind Ulia voice. He is Joseph Tekoah. director of the Armistice Affairs Division of the Israel Foreign Minis' i \ During the last session of the Security Council, when the armistice egytarneots were being ree\amined as a result of Secretaryi l nor • I Dag Hammarskjold's peace mission to the Middle Fast, ph Tekoah sat in the Council Chamber behind Israel's delegachief, Abba Fban. Ill HMHT G. U FT — They Were Ashamed of Duchin's Origin Hollywood The Eddy D'uhin Btorj Which dea|> with the life of the 0 \ irtuoM). iv one of the nre raphies of musicians which have been successfully transposed to the screen. Yet, we have reservation ah*ut "The Eddy Duchin Story It seems a little bashful about our hero's origin As portrayed by Tyrone Power, tew will suspect that the famed pianist and bandleader who died BO tragically five years ago. actually had been of Jewish extraction. Only once does a tiny snatch of dialogue refer to the well kept secret of Eddy's birth This is when father Duchin congratulates his offspring on his forth coming marriage with one word. dazeltov." We don't know how much of our old friend Leo Katcher's original screen story has been omitted by the studio, but we lee! that no one should have been ashamed of telling the true beginnings of Eddy Duchin whose family came to this country from Rumania. Hhouy^lochiija^jor anything not synonymous with "Cod and country." scribbled down notes of allegedly definitive documents, rose now and then to ask a question or to volunteer a speech themselves. Lt. Gen. Pedro del Valle reminded the predominantly female audience that world government plan means worldwide freedom of immigration which would reduce US moral and living standards to the same level as those of "the hordes of Chinese. Indians, and Russian Communists who would invade" the IS. "The United Nations is a monstrous octopus with the embrace of death." he said in singsong voice. The Anti-Defamation League has charged del Valle with publicly endorsing antiSemitic pamphlets.. Rep. Usher L. Burdick. North Dakota Republican, sponsor of a resolution for a Congressional investigation of the UN, told the convention he was fighting their fight to "get the U.S. out of the trN and the UN out of the U.S." Fagan interjected to urge the delegates to threaten their congressmen: Tell them "to protect us from the United Nations and get rid of it or we will have to get better men." Besides attacking the United Nations, Fagan found time to spew venon aeainst Eddie Cantor, Herman Wouk, Senator Lehman, Edward R. Morrow. Walter Winchell. Walter Reuther. Ed Sullivan and his wife. President Eisenhower. Dulles. S t a s s e n F.D.R 100 "Hollywood Communists." the B'nai B'rith AntiDefamation League, the Federated Women's Clubs, unions, the film "The Best Years of our I ives the Oscar award. "The New York Times" and Washington's theatre critics His denouncing got so dull after awhile that around. noon even the "Americans for America" seemed to have had enough food for thought and adjourned for lunch. RAOUIL: TH1 JEWESS OF TOLEDO. By Lion F, L^T" I Translated from the German by Ernst Kai. r & Eithn. MTTH 433 pp. New York: Julian Mettnor, In*. $4.95. By HILARY MINDLIN LION F1UCHTWANGIR, whose historical fiction i, | ly known, has come up with a thirteenth novel This is by no unlucky, no matter what conjunction of Fridays is ma( i ( ,, js """M fat. well-bound volume, and is being produced as a movie hv u?'" Goldwyn-Mayer. Meu Mr. Feuchtwanger came to the story of the 12th century u*. beloved of Alfonso VIII, King of Castile, by an interesting and! I ous route. He had. he wrote his publishers, for a long u m ^ interested in writing the story of the Book of Esther He v^T* turbed. however, to discover "that the old story had a serious fan! Its heroine is simply not there. Esther is a puppet in her Ruardimi. hands; she is manipulated, moved solely by external means 1 Thus, in sorting through the "figures of other Jewish women wtJ played a notable part in the history of their people." the author I upon the story of Raquel. La Fermosa—The Beautiful, as the called her. The track love of Raquel and Alfonso is simple enough in outli Raquel was the seventeen-year-old daughter of Alfonso's Minister *f< Finance, the wealthy Yehuda Ibn Esra. When Alfonso, who already] had a wife, lusted after her. she readily consented to be h\misum "and he shut himself up with the Jewess for almost seven full yeartl forgetful of himself, and of his realm also, and paying no heed J any other thing." as the old chronicle has it. Inevitably, she and all with her were slain by the Spanish grandees. What colors a plain tale in rich hues is the window dressing i 12th century civilization. By the alchemy of hot blooded chivilryl and barbaric delight in war for its own sake, mixed with an "on sophisticated, decadent courtoisie," Mr. Feuchtwanger has stirred i a seething image of medieval life. Inherent is a conflict which parently fascinated the author, and which reveals itself in eve facet of his novel; the tensely growing war between the Chnstiail north and Moslem south; the Jews, as usual caui'ht between an quietly enduring; Raquel and Alfonso. East and West if vou -will impelled to each other, subject, each in its own way. to the other and| yet forever alien to one another. Unfortunately, much of this is lost amid the clutter of de'aile political intrigue and chicanery. A deft terseness, judiciously wieldedj might have turned this into a really important book moting fa beyond the "historical novel" boundaries. It is ironic, too that in the] midst of all the color and strife the figure of Ran the minds of Jewish community leaders who think not only of the present situation of Jewish life, but also of problems which Jewish communities will face five years from now. There is a widespread feeling that if the ideal of the Jewish federations is to remain effective, there moat be a redefinition of objectives for tomorrow's needs. Philanthropy, in terms of charity for Jews who are in economic distress, ceases to be a major concern for the Jewish community inasmuch as the government is taking over a good many such responsibilities through unemployment insurance, social security, and in other ways. At the same tune, there has | H -en a welling up of interest in spiritual, cultural and emotionar needs among Jews in this country. There are many who believe th.it the emotional, cultural and spiritual needs of the individual Jew DAVMR SCHWARTZ — are the vital forces that motivate Jewish commimij ty life today. They believe that a complete chanj of priorities must be instituted when allocating funds for Jewish communal needs. First priontjJ they urge, should be given the support <>f JeatJ cultural and religious institutions 'hen follows tk safeguarding of the rights of the Jcw> through the world, and then would com.' philanthrop causes which have hitherto been the primary cern of the Jewish federations and welfare fund* A different view is held by those community leaders who believe that the Jewish federation^ and welfare funds cannot be all things to IO pie. They agree that the scope and the purpose i the federations needs to be modified, but they in sist on a searching examination, community community, to select new areas tor imp 1 the activities of the community They point oul that new responsibilities can be taken on. and son old ones should be dropped, but this must be donj slowly. Motele, Russia-City That Resounded 'Round the World When the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann first came to America in 1921. a meeting in his honor was held at Madison Square Garden and one section of the auditorium displayed a banner reading. "Relative* of Dr. Weizmann." The section was entirely devoted to those who claimed some relationship to the man who made the name of the town of Motele. Russia, population 400, resound throughout the world. One of the relatives of Or Weizmann. Col. Ezer Weizmann of the Israeli Air Force, has now come to the U.S. to speak for Israel Bonds. He is the first of the younger Weizmanns whom the American public will presumably get to know Millions of Americans already know him through the recent Ed Murrow broadcast on which he was one of the Israelis interviewed. Itjnja^thave been that a closer relative, the father's shoes. He. too. was a flyer-one of t few who. as Churchill said, saved so many ^ England was blitzed. But he lost his lite saving process. >(] For some time after the son's death Pr mann was inconsolable This flyer nan ne pride of his life. He was a scientist like and showed the promise of a career as um as his father's Alas, how many geniuses ni have enriched the world were sent to a pr*~ grave by the war! Fortunately for the race, the Weiimann r prolific. Dr Chalm Weiimann was one oi dren. 12 of whom survived infancy Is the larger or smaller family beat tot i w %  jg Weizmann was one of 15 children fV^gn a kind of American Weizmann, was t ^>"gT^ a family of 17 chUd/eo. T^eocaaesofejJJgJ



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June 22, I956_ rican Flag Will fjssay's Subject E contest, Why the Ameri, Should be Displayed." -sponsored by Gilbert J. ,lodge of Bnai B'rith as its will be awarded to Jj* |n a public ceremony InLdenc.> Day. The contest, open U pioridians. will initiate a iqjh educational program L piston ;ind display of the ^an flap on patriotic holic members include j-grhnian. Henry Cain, t ] fiirefl. Charres SeiaVitch, n Goldberg. Belvin Friedson, wjfeon, Kenneth Knop"iurray Skup and Edward i lodge was named in memory ; J. Balkia. civic leader director of the Anti\{ m League of B'nai B'rith. Goldberg hi newly elected knt [Show on Island one day, three-man art will take place in a uaiquc air conditioned model l Miami Beach's Parkview *-Sunday afternooa as a summer exhibit. On view • si'Iected canvases by fes R Jacobsoo, Arthur Moand Maximilien Steurmann. HfiUng modern, classical and u Ui ***/<* rk>rtcn* Page 11 P SOUND INVESTMENT IW ACRES IN HEART OF NFw 13c square foot FRANKLIN CRAVER, Broker Phone NE 4-7364 Over 1 VA Mile River and H Lake Frontage Inrituri r.., i. Specialists since 1924 in choice real estate in Tropical Southwest Florida large Acreage, Waterfront, Islands, Highway Frontage, Business Opportunities JEFFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS 2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYIRS, FLORIDA Phone Edison 5-4421 a to Appear Here ert Neuni.in. author of Lforfcuobody'* and other PSk' -peaker Sun|tt the Spinoza Outdoor st. and Ocean ct., rjQta. Dr Abraham Wolf the Forum, will •'the speaker and conduct ijjua^penod. m irritt Island Specials HIGHWAY FRONTAGE (200 t>r Acre Priced Way Under Mmrktt • ACRES WATERFRONT Hematic* Roods Near New A1A %  ctetf. This it fweetife,. S300 per Acre • ACRES NEAR NEW AlA $200 per Acre o ACRES INDIAN RIVER WATERFRONT "Oajy SI 25 per Acre (Also Have 10 Acre Tracts |Wyman Atkins iniroi [12719 W. Dixie Hwy. W-193S PL 8-8332 K* Wise People Know the Time fo Bay" MR) hack from a brief vocnJ*9 to calls far BEACH %  n lots, hornet, business %  Co"* properties come and JT *" ,h u •• •"' Infecaetd !•**• ocean. %  M SURPRISED bow small m, %  m down will take MM pro*^ mot liberal terms we com I Loo Robinson, banker and Mia|mi Beach community leader, j emerges from light observation plane after viewing aerial I spraying operation in Broward ( c ounty. "The m u 11 i engine planes are the answer to quick efficient coverage of large land areas. I like the methodical and thorough way they are doing the job," he staled. Robinson is vice president of the Dania Bank and Dgde Federal Savings and Loai flssn. lelon ?„, ,, h rm Paradise or o>. S^feftBSi£ f r ,,red Tract DWEILING-Soburban oi tTsr*r !" -Ke. roeVtVd on 5.3 acre, of land. Available. $13 500 ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT H. H. TANNER, Realtor CULPEPPER-WATKINS Tanner Huffman Co., Parorko, Flo. Phone East 5-2081 12,000 Acres TO BE SOLD IN 10 ACRE TRACTS OR MORE. South side Tamiami Trail, Dade and Collier County, from So5 to S100 per acre. Largo and Small Tracts Throughout the State. H. L. HEATH Registered Broker 84-3475 SUNDAYS and EVENINGS CALL NE 4-5713 or 89-6032 5,300 ACRES Adjoining targe Subdivision VERO BEACH AREA-S1I0 per Acre 2,000 ACRES 3 Mi. Highway Frontage, S85 per Acre 134 ACRES IN BROWARD COUNTY-4,000 ft. Railroad Frorrtoge,. $1,200 per Acre JOSEPH D'ANGELO Registered Broker 112* So. State U. 7, W. Hollywood Mi. Hollywood 3-4944 or 2-0014 \< III A4.I SPECULATORS DOUBLE YOUR HONEY-BUY NOW DADE COUNTS SO Acrev Near Rout* 27. COO' on N.W. 117th Ave. 1600 per acre. HIGHLANDS COUNTY 2.300 Acres In Sebring. Lake frontage, hioh landNear Rt 27 and downtown arts. $100 per acre. 39*. down down. Phoee M0 1-4296 KEN D. ROSEN, Realtor GREATER MIAMI REALTY 5747 S.W. JthST. Hbck REAL ESTATE JAI BLVD. fly the MtrJ =Jjt of Traffic Light UBKROAIFBY-THE SEA J" I0f,ow 4 -1293 ^•" % %  •^ % %  en*TMMm LEGAL NOTICe %  ct ER FICTITIOUS JP*ME LAW •I:v tknt ICi III iMPANT, i. Miami. "' %  register ii.l nmiu%  K 1 I'M* K \rx (:%, I KHAKI. mimis K ii 11 >liu. Uemh. Kte BREYARD COUNTY R. C. BURNS 116 Willard St. Cocoa, Florida SPECIALISTS IN BREVARD COUNTY nopmr Wt HAVE ANYTHING YOU WANT, LARGE 0 SMALL • %  eat! frontage o Octon Frontog* • Business Sites • Investment Properties o Creecs and'Homes 120 Acres NEAR GRAHAM DAIRY-S750 PER ACRE 29". Down Calf CARL PFEIFFER, Realtor TODAY 4642 W. Flagler St. PHONE 83-6038 NORTH FLORIDA ACREAGE 1200 ACRES Pin* growiro land. Pinea have been cut off and ar e growing back. Price II only $17.50 per acre. 1,900 ACRES U.S. Highway thru it. also county graded road. Hundred! of acres in pasture with balance crop land. No waste land. All fenced. Top quality for farming, also hat vast potential otherwise due to location starting at city limit* of good city. Price $125 acre. Terms. 1,950 ACRES Considerible 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 2.700 feet on paved "ad. 8 miles from Gainesville. Price $185 acre. Terms. LAND SPECIALISTS HENDERSON & RANKIN BROKE R S 18 N.W. 2nd STREET PH. FR 2-8182 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ACREAGE 5 Acres 320' Frontage Redland Road •i MILE CTV LIMITS OF G OOD BOV HO :T E ^P" -RE 20 Acres 660 FT. vEB PALM OF US. I. incal LY LOCATED. rONT L A V CE ON S.LV DR V %^500%ER "'RE Keen-Lovell Real Estate 16821 Federal Hwy., Ptrr.ne CALL FOR APPOINTMBNT Phone 817-9015 ^OUSTfiKOSRW $125 PER ACRE 1,000 Acres, Lake County '/4 DOWN, Balance 4 Years Adjoining 3,000 Homesite across from to million acre National Forest Hoffman Realty 1427 N. Federal Highway Ft. Lauderdale, Florida LO 4-8419 — 9:00 to 9:00 BEAUTIFUL RANCH 3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced and 12 miles of private canal planted in select nra. 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: FRanklin 3-9922 GEORGE DYKES, Broker 609 INGRAHAM BLOG., MIAMI 10 ACRES Broward County In ,1 rapidly developing area. A good email speculation at $$50 par acre. All .cash. 250 ACRES Look Look 20 ACRES Jott off U.S. No. 1. A good deal at SI ,750 per acre, terms 20 ACRES Old Grove in the Central Redlands Only $1,500 per acre 40 ACRES Cornr Rpdland Rd. and Hainlin Dr., high land. Only SI,850 per ocre, term*. 25 ACRES Hainlin Dr. beautiful pine land. Good location. SI,850 per acre, terms. CALL M0 7-2503 JANES REALTY COMPANY, INC. ON U.S. 1 at KENDALL, South of /Miami ARCADIA FOR SALE 3,200 ACRE RANCH LAND 1,100 acres improved, fenced, windmill, good water. 10 miles from Arcadia. $40 per acre. MOTEL 745 feet on U.S. Highway No. 17. 10 units. All modern construction, can be bought at sacrifice. Owner has other plans. BAR and DANCE HALL On busy State Highway No. 70 going toward Miami, gasoline station included. Good buy for right party. 6 miles East of Arcadia. LEWIS AMBLER, Realtor P. 0. Box 471, Arcadia, Florida Phone Walnut 8-1281 MORRIS H. LEVSKY ASSOC. REALTOR Phone Evenings-WAInut 8-7851 Arcadia, Florida South Palm Beach County Lowest price per acre in area. Good future at $350 per acre. Will be fine for fresh water fishing and hunting. 29'; down. 5 years at 5*. for balance. 80 ACRES Four 20 Acre Tracts Not adjoining. Break into 5 and 10 acre tracts and sell for immediate profit. Lots of speculation left at $400 per acre,Half cash, balance 3 years 480 ACRES Terrific Opportunity for Large Developer :1 i mile Rout No. 7. 3 miles of other | mad frnntane, cleared and ready now. Complete topo and proposed layout available. Priced at $2.SCO per acre. 29";, down. 9 years for balance. 15 ACRES 990 Ft. Frontage on Johnson Road Might well be part of future shopping center. $2 250 per acre. 29'. down. 3 years at 5'; on balance. 275 ACRES Boca Raton Area Sewers available for EOO homj. VViter on the property. Good potential business frontage. Ready for development at $2,500 per acre 29' will handle. 5 years at 5* on balance. 33 LOTS Located in Active Subdivision of Flamingo Park Street* and water in. F.H.A. approv> ed. $2,250 per lot with terms. 1100 ACRES Close to Ft. Lauderdale Set to ranch; planted to grass; water controlled; fenced. $350 per acre. Terms to be arranged. 60 ACRES ZONED INDUSTRIAL Ft. Lauderdale Area Good road frontage, railroad frontage. J2400 per acre. 29*. down 5 years at 5', for balance. CONTACT ACREAGE DEPARTMENT JA 3-1411 Bey or Nrghf ANACONDA REALTY CO. 303 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale i TvjGUST BROS Ry £ ** %  Is thi BEST' SETl $65 PER ACRE MARION COUNTY (OCALA SILVER SPRINGS) 2,750 ACRES 5 150 ACRES HEAVY CLAY SOU, lush native carpet grass Hundreds of thlusonds young pine. 600 acres easily developed muck. J, mil. river ront boot acc-ss to Atlantic ocean. Mih front on paved rood Near aood town*. 29'. cash. Ask us about 3,200 Acre Ranch and subdiv.s.on bnd 1 mile from famous Silver Springs (over million-a-year patronage) S105 per acre. BROKERS COOPERATE MAC KENZIE. Realtor BOX 398, OCALA, FLA. PHONE MA 2-4215 ^V^^^^^-V~V>~V^^^^' /M *^ FT. MYERS AREA 5 MILES CHARLOTTE BAY FRONTAGE 10,800 ACRES Price $U50,000 Good Terms %  A. E. & R. F. RakHe Real Estate 232 S. County Ra\, Palm Beach Ph. TEmple 3-4549 ,' % 



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Page 10 B kwisiincrtf&n i Dais of honor at Federation's "Chai" annual meeting last week in the Seville Berstein. Stanley C. Myers. Fred K. Shochet jlinner chairman. Sam I Heii hotel includes noted personalities ^n nelds oi welfare, religion, community Carl Weinkle. Action Kanner. Jack Caxner, Mrs. Irving Lehrman Harold planning and local and national Jewish affairs. Left to right are David Phillips, man. Milton Friedman. Rabbi Yaakov Hoaenberg. Leo Chaikm and Ben Sidney Lefcourt. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Fannie Selig. John N. Serbin. Rosenberg. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. Samuel Friedland, Max Orovitz. Howard Kane. Philip Longtime Beach Leader Dead at 58 Services for Arthur Treister. 58. longtime Miami Beach resident and civic leader, were Sunday at Miami Beach Elks lodge. 720 West ave.. under the direction of Newman-Gordon Funeral Home Mr Treister. of 1220 Lenox ave., died June 14. Burial was in the family mausoleum. Mr. Treister came to Miami 26 years ago from New York. He was a past exalted ruler <>f the Miami Beach Elks lodge 1601. a director of American Legion Pod 85. a founder of Miami Beach Civic League, a founder of Troop 35. the city's first Boy Scout troop, and a founder of the first Cub Scout pack in Miami Beach. He also was a member of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge. Hibiscus lodge 275. F & AM and Temple Israel of Miami. During World War II he won a special Air Force award for entertaining servicemen. Mr Treister was a real estate and investment broker. Surviving are his wife. Anita; two MM, Leonard, of Miami Beach, and Lt. (jgi Kenneth. USN; his mother, Mrs Rose Treister. of Miami; a HaeBT, Mrs. Minerva Cohen. Miami; and two grandchildren. Key Largo Acreage 100 ACRES, excellent investment. Hos • flreat potential. Che ice location. Develop with adjacent properties Large highway and water frontage. Total price $120,000. STEAL IT NOW. Have notice to raise price soon. Sit: GEORGE DYKES, Broker 609 INGRAHAM BLDG. MIAMI WEEKDATS Fl 3-W22 WAUCHULA • BRADENT0N 40 Acre Citrvs Land Cleared $400 per Acre; 20 Acres 3 Tear Old Hamlim Crave $24,000, i Cask, Balance 3 Tears, located Close in; j Interest in •0 Acres with 30 Acre Bearing Grove, Some Additional Grove land, Good House, Deep Well, $42,000, <> Cash; 30 Acre Young Grove $18,000 with Terms. Nave Over 5 Pieces of Gaff Front Properties that are Selling far 25-50*. less than they will in One Year's Time. Write Mo tar Details. C. T. RATLIFF, Realtor Ph. PR 3-4451 Wauchula SIDNEY L. HYMEN I IL af IBM BW 1th it hi M iml ton yean ago from Brooklyn, i %  %  June IT He wu %  > Baa alia Amert.tn \\ ,t• veteran, member n urn! Shrlner Survtvlni %  re hl. wife. Blta; two BOOS, l>r. Alfred i> Hjbind and %  'heeti r 11 j three ilnughtii *, lira M.irtha I'mirn M, Mn nVima Mlttiaman and Bi I trioo Hymen; and three brothers Sorvteea were June Ik at HI v. j lleai-h Memmlal Cbapol Klagler t.. with burial in Mt BMOI Cemoterj MRS. SARAH MARCUS 77. ..f sSt 7th t.. died June IS S*he came ban from Itiooklvn nln' pears %  > Burvlvtan are her buahaad. |uel: three ilaughti i *, Mm. Exther Cooporntaiv Mis* iteaiiia Marcui M> Jeanette Levlaaon; one BOO, Sa> Hi.in ami a brother, Wolf Cantocj Hlvei-fclileIt.a.-h Memorial )'hat>el w. in charge Of Im-al airanitement*. MRS. OORA MORRIS 1It anla ave., died JiinIK. She mine from U 1.' M'r HKO ami I. survived bj throe anna, InMark Kharkov. Clifford Rhaokoy ami Gordon Shark %  i >t tbraa daochtora, Mre ibr M Sophie Attain an I \l llettv Robblni lervtcas were in RJv.I-I.I. Reach Memorial Ptanpal. with huiUI III I'.riMikllne, Mnaa. MILTON WEISS '•*. former New York welterweight fhrhter, iiie.i June it at 4Ji rolttn* %  ve Rlveraldo-Beach Memorial Chapel • In charge of IIM al arrangement*. wa* a reilre.l ilrv cleaner, coming here to., yearn aso from Flint. Mich., and in.,, BW lth tor He Ifi survived bi two m>, two daucbtori Including Mre. Lena Porkla, %  stater, II pninili hllilr. ii and l" great granrti-hlldren Bervlcea trora June 13 al Oordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mint. HARRY COOPERMAN M. of !2:. Bharuad ave. tn-ioi-ka. Mod June II He came here three rears K" from I'hic.igo and was a %  .1 ..f Temple ll'mil Bbolom He la MjivUerl b) hiwife. I^ola. two aonl in. hiding Karl, two brothers and a ai-ter "Service* were In <*hloaao with liu. IM. i.-!<•• %  • h Maiaorial C'haiM-l in ctaVie af arrangement*. MAX GOOOIS 11 of II lalaad a\e., Ilelle lale. died June 12 He waa a retired Ibjuor owner and came here II yearn ago from I'hll.idelphla He waa a member of HIMarua mdfe, (Kid Fellowa and American legion tie la aurvtvad b) hla wife, rVaacao: two dauehtera. Including Mix Hoaallnd Dobkln, Coral Qabtae three brotbors and three slaters. Dervloea were In 1'hlla.iclphla. MRS. ROSE HARRIET MACKHAUF •;-'. operate* of the K Brier Bhopne* here, died June 7 at Ahland. Va while on h.-i Bray fiom New York to Miami. She came from New Yiwk .11 \ear ago and lived it MM lake I'm. on at dr. Smvlvlng are a aon. Walter, and three grandchildren She alao leaves two lter* Servlcea were June 1" In Newman 7ordi>n Funeral Home, with burial In Woodlawn I'ark OUSTAVE ASRAMS M, retired N. w V..i k CltJ accountant I who rame here IS \eara ago awl IIN^II ..' lit Almlnar ave.. Coral liable", i died Jun* 14 Surviving are hla wife, ad; a daurhter. Mm Cora Levy; aad •• aon, Di Majartee Barvtroa were in New York, with Hiveialde Heo-'h Memorial i'hapel in charge of arrangement*. JOSEPH BALKING M. lilt Waahinstnn ave dle| June 14 He la earvtved bj hla wife. Nettie, three daughters, two brother* and two alatera H mil Interment ele In New Volk l'lt\, Wll'l -ide-Bench Memorial i'ha|>el In • ,,t i.„ ,,i arrangement* SAMUEL COHEN 76, one of the founder* of An*he i. cation, died Jun. I J. He SELECTED ACREAGE 17,000 ACRES Including Miles af lake front in Orlando Art* 552.50 a 29,000 ACRES Titasville • Cocoa Area. IS Miles of %  hror front Frontage en 2 Mighwoys-at $7S o 6,500 ACRES Near Industrial Ci-,-at S4S a 200 ACRES lake Par. Area-tH $550 All af the Abo*t 29% Dawn, Boloaso Claasos a See IRA C WALSEY JE 8-5781 CHESTER W. KRONE I I A I T 0 I 350 LINCOLN RD., M.B. JEROME OREENriELO" 77. ret lied clerk. dle<1 June 1.1. Cuialng here from New York 11 >er ajto. he lived at 1*011 Kui-lld ave He I* ur> \ived by two brothara, including Herinan B., ami four HI-I.IServUex were June IS at Klveralde-ltem-h Memorial t'haiaxl. with burial follow la< in alt Slnal Cemetery. Homestead and Redland Area ACREAOf etOVB C4AM CHICKEN RANCH-aWMBSS PtXefBTY UJ. 1 FRONTAOE HOMfSITESAnyfhing in *—l Ittmlt INDUSTRIAL LEASE Will Build to Suit — Light industry or Warehousing — Beat Term* 2' 2 ACRE CORNER Residential, t Mile* North Homosteag, H.000 — Part Caah, Balance J0 Month 1 VA ACRE BUILDING SITE Hi-Pino. S2.790 COOPER t McCl AN AH AN REALTORS 132 N. Kremc Ave. Pk. Itlt HOMISTIAD, FLORIDA Acreage Sped lr320 FT. U. S. 1 UM, S10 per ft. 900 ACRES, COCOA AJ Ve Mile, 4 lane U.S. 1, SM at 1,580 ACRES, ST. AUGK 4.50C U.S. 1, 4 lea,, to -*, Waterway, S3M 2,000 ACRES, CLOYBttl W$0 per Acre 100 ACRES HOMESTil Water and Sewers, least 1 Bevelaging. S2 500 per T0BIN 4. T0BIN REAITI 420 UNCOIN R0AB, MUM | Marion County Acreage 2,600 ACRE RANCH Consisting of 2.000 acre* ci*are\ mast1 ly In paeture—4KX> acrea woads and large lake—1] miles highway front age 2 modem maaonry hem**, 1 tenant houoe. oejuipment *hed. barn. shop. etc. tome land aultaaJe for citruo. BM nor acre, tfi cash. Balance 10 yooro at S>*. SMITH 1 CEPEDA REALTY 117 IAST OCKLAtNAHA AVI. 0CAU. FIA. JE 1-0858 JE 8-191 f DEPENDABLE REAL ESTATE KNOW-HOW! III Mn E.10M 1 Z 1 fyCCuTAJ L SHOll.aN0'*C5: \ ,\, \ \. • t -t.i A ICOD QB SaUW UAL KlAJt — SUCCattSWHIY SIWC11 tl 1 THI HANSMOUBH AUCTION MIT HOD — ORIGINATORS al Hat LARBIST AUCTION OR0ANIZATI0N IN IXIITIMCI — THB HAHMROUBH NATtONAl R1AITT aad AUCTION COMPANY — tl i eaisd 4 lisdod — Qlaaaflld la over 10 Statos — NOT last Aeefieeeet., BUT A HIGHLT IXPIIIINCIB, MOBtlSIONAi MAI aSTATI ORBAHIZATION. Speculator*! BuiiderB! Uomeeeker! GRAND OPENING! • ''SOUTHERN PALMS" Newttf and fmeil f AST COAST SuMivision ia COCOA BEACH A Great Opportunity to Own Florida Real Estate Tropical Ranches Near Everglades National Park Doosn't make any difference how big or small your bankroll is. You could own a 5 acre Florida ranch sita at. a terrific prodevelopment price. As low as $69$ full price. $9$ down. $10 par month. No intarast, no carrying charges. Insurabla title. (Approx.) 330 x 660 acre tracts, an aqual to IB lots 75' x 137' (roadways rasarvad not to exceed 35'). Broker* protected. Write, wira or phono: Richard M. Brooks 15331 N.W. 7th AVE. MIAMI, FLA. Phone MU 1-6031 Ask for Brochure l lleeai fro*. OcoM oa Breeard Ave SATURDAY, JUNE 23 — 1:00 P.M. 287 LOTS and SHOPPING CENTER M l — tsslasJisI — IIIINII RillilHldl inv u U v HOMtSITBB! — RifMNISS BfTBSI BUT as MANT ar ANT BOB TOB DfSiRIi — oa*J AT YOUR OWN s**k*nl *ar4**MI Hreahi M* 1 FtlCII 5r*J^.y.i Cy? '* ^ W k ^JrL *^** -~N eW I .. aaHMM, eat ** a %  ACTS TO COHSIBIR ANB RIMIMMR aaaaa*faaaaS? > agL. * vajsjaar MM RaBOflfaJ MttBMgjBl BaW BftBafaBatBafaad tja^kaaaaaB aMsjaaf atafaf gMfkafafl •nut aosili ,J "*"'• %  • • s ea*. aan m giian taw a *k> atsa* tar Nl aAuct.onC' %  •star sssnas AaaMaei. Alar set rew UM sesatsl. eaaaaaaj *• I, ar CaH CatlKT. •*s*>



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Lay, Junej2,J956 KELIGIOUS DIRECTORY +t**LIkr**, AC UDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle [. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. *^' ., in Hatui "i 1 %  !,-: %  ii, • ..r .i Youna ,..,,,', liar Ml I '' • • ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd M, CwMrv aive. Rabbi Yaafcov RosenbergCantor William W. Lipson. ^JL-v k ]"i | m S'liiwm: "The |:, IM i-cn Heal I anil Mouth Bai Mr. f Mr. ami. Mrs William it of Mr. anil Mm. j If ... BETHEL. 500 SW 17th ava. OrI thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirliky. Cantor Loui Gartanhaus. E., i, II in Satnnl in An Made Not i:n Milavith' An%  %  I: mes IfolVu.u f Mi. Hllil Ml 1 !•>. BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th lire. • • • BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. (Orthodox. Rabbi'H. Louis RottImin. Sat i m. [fc-miii N '\ S|ilrlt Clana In p] I ithai %  i> in CANDLWGH7ING Tim Tamuz 13 — 6:57 p.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid •v. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Cantor Abraham Seif. |i IN \ i "":.• Pi im w tl BETH JACOB. 301-311 WashingI ten ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor I Starn. Cantor Maurica Mamches. 1 H 30 a in BETH RAPHAEL. 13S NW 3rd | eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Bockar. Satiir-ln) % jo am. If KI... i and s. if K.-in KthlcN of the FathHee" I i. in • a BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid *: [Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov§kf. • • • CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320 I Palermo ave. Libaral. Rabbi Morris [Stop. Cantor Irving Robinson. • • a FLACLER GRANADA. SO NW I Jlt pL Conservative. Rabbi Loo [Heim. %  tb) 6 pin Saturday 9 a.m. liar RBSVHh K. ii ii. Mi Arthur. son • %  I Her an.i Mr. irwng Bow. Bornson I I'uraes." • • • HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 %  6th lit. Orthodox. Rabbi Alaxandar Cross. MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st and NE „th .v.. Conservative! Rabbi Isaac Lerar. IJ .5 |1 ill S...„:..„ 'J'V'" nviiu %  %  on of Mr. .,,,,1 Me H • • • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Sineon April. Cantor Barela Kclamtr ifermon \v • • k:. • • NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Honry Okolica. Cantor Maurice NML '\. i • % %  %  %  %  prearhel Rev. Qeursje Uoldb. | 6 • • NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Kri.l.i •" •' -n ,,l Mi Mri Mori I • • • SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER. S. Miami Community Hall. Raform. • • • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa ava. Libaral. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. %  |i in Snturda) 1" I", a.m. rTWaj 11:13 p n bat n da} 10 IS a in • • • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor Ban Grossberg. when Phvll !M rec w 9' l 'n from Combined Jewish Appeal a. the K n T^' Chairman of ,he Teena 9* Council Center Z< ^ ? ,he I Gren,er Miami Jewish Community Crl7 a M C T ,IOn fr m Le Chaikin representative of the award i^' am ^/"f, F edera,ion Miss Muravchick accepts Bmnch t nam ) e v of 1 1 teenage clubs sponsored by Beach Branch for contributions made this year to CJA. New Congregation is Organized Here A fin. „_!.. I ,ht, ,inl \ f ,, ^. m : ,m -' "" l > kWion will bo in the form of a charter membendUpthua far boastlawn party Sunday at the home of me 40 families, a new conservative Mr. and Mrs. Norman Levenlhal regation is in the process .if 1035 sw 62nd ave.. commencing being formed to serve the area at 5:30 p m. above SW 57tll ave and the Trail, I Committee includes Mrs. Leonnrording to an announcement this ard Harris. Robert Rtchman. Louis w,,( k IGolden and Mrs. Leventhal. hirst social event of the con-reTemporary officers of the new I congregation revealed this week ave. American Judaism. Rabbi are Morris Harris, president; HarAbraham Cassal. jry Klein, vice president; Harry • I Liebert. treasurer; and Louis GoldZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 en secretary. Morris Brooks and Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B Ostrowitz are co-chairmen of B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph religious activities, and Leonard Brill. Harris and Norman Richman will Prldaj Haturoaj 8:30 sun be educational co-chairmen. Baeniun: %  •••... Danaai ol i.mi. SILIU iin, ifltavaJi: Walter, eon Membership co chairmen are at .MI sod M Bdward Uarrta. Harry Klein and Mrs. Djuretta tnd grandson • %  Mr. and lira Jacob Green, M Weiss, KI S ilui .tn\ '• ., m Portion. Mlncha HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS. 951 Flimingo way. Conservative. Rabb' Boris Rackovsky. t> ii %  %  S.rnion: "A 1 i in HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE *h st., Homestead. Conservative. jMorria Gerti officiates. • • HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM. 1/25 Monroe st„ Hollywood. Con[rative. Rabbi Samuel Lerar. • • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. P Polk st., Hollywood. Consarvr.e. R.bbi David Shapiro. Cantor &f hudah Heilbraun. I S.nn.m: "Weekly 1 r a ..in • • • ISRAELITE CENTER. 319t SW tr. Conservative. Rabbi Mor^Malavsky. Cantor Samuel I Pni Saturday R:S0 a.m. Mun u v Portion." Mlncha • • • heii A e DERDALE BMANU-EL. ill Andr w "va.. Ft. LaudorI • Reform. Rabbi Marius RenTEMPLE E M A N U E L 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lahrman. Cantor Philip Brummar. iy ( |i m iimn u. %  :, I'ortloi Rai M uK < hlift !i A la n ••• %  n ol I •' lira Murraj M /. M• .\\ at >i ,•ored Ail.n. Proaman, Bjther Olenti, J„%..,Gold, IIn Kletn. Htanl.-> Kiiriban, Barn K it in Marilyn Kutun. |vl.l Pearl join Pearlateln, Batra Perl Alan Querldo, l>eena Rubin, Jet Rubin *iurdaj t eji Bmoa: • -pi-. Ratal Vi tarda) and tne BUama ol Toda) # TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast Friendly Advice from DADE FEDERAL: r1 M Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ s QHtractCo. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE THRIFT will get you most anything And it's easy when you sove regularly at DADE FEDERAL where your money earns that big 3% dividend, and has insured safety. YHIe leuorooca Policies af City Title leuaroaee Ca. CevaJtol, Jare/ai feservei ficeed %3fiO0fiO0 I 124 SHOREIAND ABCiU)E TELEPHONE 9-1892 JOSEPH M UPTON, President ^ "One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest" A CONVENIENT • 45 ML First Ave. a 1400 M.W. 36th St. 4 OFFICES P BW $ W M $l S797 HW 7A *"*• ONCE A WEEK EVENING HOURS AND FREE CUSTOMER PARKING AT ALL OFFICES Se Ha bla Esparto! Page 9 A FRIGID KING with the magnetic touch Auto Air Conditioning, Inc. 3551 N.W. 14th AVE.-Ph. NE 5-7951 2043 N. MIAMI AVE.-Ph. FR 4-1615 ADD A ROOM WE SUPPLY PLANS WITH JOB FREE TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS. Alterations, Remodeling to match your existing achitecture. Licensed, Insured, Free Estimates. F.H.A. Financing. CALL RAY, FR 4-7153 TOM SPAGN0L0 Fine Custom Tailor Formerly with Arthur Cohen Fifth Avenue, New York City 1654 1EN0X AVENUE Off Lincoln Road Ph. JE 1-3423 Bascom's Pet Shop Dealers in BIRDS, ANIMALS and SUPPLIES. BABY MALE PARAKEETS, colorful SINGING CANARIES, TROPICAL and GOLDFISH. 28 Years af this Location: 1370 W. 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June 22. 1956 l*?!sIhridrtor JUNE 26 later Miami Women to Welcom Page 3 A EXTRA Proclaimed ity Month :ob Sher tootinuin? crisis in the |Pit, which poses a grave I for the people of brael, [pet by decisive economic |the part of the local Jewfcanity. it was declared by Jacob Sher, chair[ Greater Miami Commitof Israel Bonds. • a concerted response f's critical need for develil within the next few er announced that the of June habeen proclaimriy Month During this pointed out, an extraorleampaign will be conducted nunities throughout the to provide a record Israel Bond funds to boll's economic security. m Support All Year gh by far the most conort in the history of the ids women's division new the unit operates as and bod> under the leadI of Mrs Anna Brenner eran Zionist leader, now vice chairman of the ity school board, took Iduirmanship of the worni earlier this year from i Selig •er vice chairmen are m Goodn\in. in charge of organizations, and Kasow, in charge organiz.i'ions. as co-chairmen of the rision. which is the mass •re Mr Harry Platoff • Sam u P I Z. Sakrais. Buel Rot is chairman of chapter of Sponsors of a-hich is i omposed of all |taying at least $1,000 in nds dunni; 1956. %  weiti is chairman of %  committee. and as the June 26 demonstrates, %  passe I in that field. %  airmen o| the women's ludc Mrs. Anna Wolf M| Miriam Press, [ %  ooksp.m and Mrs. Lena Kitt., C-L • e Mrs Epstein; K"YjaJ B'nai B'rith. the American Jewish all of the Sisterhoods about every group in Mrs. Kitty Sakrais alone would be a wonderful incentive, but to have Congress, our beloved Judith Epstein on the and just same program makes one of the Dade County ,V T 3 %  HUlS. SAMUfl SAPIRO MIS. SAMUfl Z. SAKRAIS of thousands of American Jewish women, will be on hand. She will report on the justconcluded World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem. Mrs. Epstein, first national chairman of the women's division of Israel Bonds, now serves as honorary chairman of the national unit. Active for more than three decades in the Hadassah organization, Mrs. Epstein is one of America's most important Jewish leaders. Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Mrs. Irwin Liss, presidents of the Miami Beach and Miami chapters of Hadassah, are actively working with Mrs. Goldman to obtain the complete support of every Hadassah group. HOW YOU CAN ATTEND Mr. Louis Goldman, Chairman 1544 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Florida Dear Mrs. Goldman: Piece make _re~rvat.ons % !" / OT e ch ^ tel. my cnecK is enclosed. of Israel 1 MBTunchfor brael at the Algiers Hotel. My check !? VrirTT -for State of Israel So y nd.a"d k i^ctionTloTu^.uance are attached on the enclosed commitment card Name. Tel. AddreesSTAGE STARS LUTHER ABLER, SAM JAFEE ACCEPT BID TO APPEAR AT ALGIERS HOTEL EE1E JUNE 26 Two of the foremost figures in the American theatre, Luther Adler and Sam Jaffe. will appear at the June 26 brunch for Israel through the courtesy of Miami Beach's Roosevelt Theatre. Adler is well known for many appearances in the movies, on Broadway and over television. Jaffe is best remembered for his role as "Gunga Din" in the motion picture of the same name. Adler will be the star of "The Reclining Figure," which will be showing at the Roosevelt when the %  | is held. IMTUff IMH



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,. JuneMj^. lauderdale Rabbi Shows Democracy in Action Can Work Page 11 A LEGAL NOTICI |W aj fome an quite a shock II over the counEbear thai Ft Lauderdale. I rilled The Venice of Amerfnot only has a Jewish contfion. which s<>n will Mle|j 20th Jinniversary. bill i ta addition, the Jewish popin of this city is now mode K 35<1 families, constituting Inipp women and children." rthnri'v for thi> statement is ggriu' Hanson, spiritual of Temple Kmanu-El. Ft. Ljalr. for the past eight He made the statement at —jnbership rally meeting at [tempi'' la-' Sunday evenin". Vich tlx' principal speaker I Rabbi Irving Lchrraan. of le Emanu-EI. Miami Beach. „ have lived in Ft. Lauderffor more than 30 years, and Jewish population has grown [that "l the city. There was ^od when so-called 'restricI MM disgraced our hotels. Ithese arc now a matter of the Our Jewish people in Ft. jerdale are distinguished by lement. culture and a high ird <>f ethical conduct in Less and in social relations, |weenju> the respect and the will of the whole populalam positive that it is truth|to >a\ that over 99 per cent jie peop'e ol Ft. Lauderdale fhinh n d (iod loving jtian-" prrnty jri I small group i! to meet for Sab[vorship, arid five >ears later Bmanu-El was dedicated. of the land on which the ftAMJ MAKIUS iANSON faith in humanity Temple stands was donated by a Christian. Moe Katz waa the first president of the Temple, serving for ten years. His successors have been Archie M. Robhins. Abe Markowitz, George H. Roth. II G Schlafer and Julius Ritter. and the present president, LouiD Sterling. For some years, service, were conducted by one of the member! of the congregation. Dr. Albert A. Shapira. a retired Beaton physician. Rabbi Samuel Baron Ml the first spiritual leader; he waa sueceeded U\ Babl I Gross, David Raab and. eight yean ago, by Rabbi Ran-on In 1948. under the leadership of Bail Banquet Eve tries in Baby Contest Accepted for the fourth annual baby contest are now being acarbor blands "Sun Festival" cepted. officials of the event announced Wednesday. Rules for this year contest have been changed, and parents wishing to enter their children must sub I Friday Eve mit photograph.*. |tke first tune since the Rose *"* **<>' *• Photograph will became an annual Miami. 1 acceptable, according to Mrmen years ago. persons who *? nJ t m n Newman who *'", ch "' r attend the ball itself will th con,osl for ,he fourlh li chance to see the rose disputed by members of the i Assn. of (Jreater Miami. iWnefit ball, set for 9 p.m.. jr. in Bay-front park auditor! sponsored by the Florists ,ind all proceeds will go to de county unit, American Socic*\ consecutive year. Finalists in four divisions will be selected from the photographs and will appear at the final judging in Bay Harbor Islands July 7. Entries must be at least six months old and not more than six years of age at contest time. Another change in this years tions will include life-size „ sculpturea display of contest will be the awarding Ol I fresh roses and plus thoufirst prize to both a boy and girl of other flowers and palms, finalist in each group. ail value of the flowers] Entries should be mailed to used will be in excess of "Baby Contest e 0 Town of Bay ^Wording to Mrs. Ruba W. Harbor Islands. 9665 Bay Harbor fcfeneral chairman. tar., Miami Beach 41. Ha l fl < Abe Markow,,,. a cam foi funds fo, a re n f ,., 11 inclusion. Thi was 7SS.S Mr and Mrs. Ben Kaufmann, of lly • ''a. In memory of their departed s„ n The Sisterhood [a even older "• the congregation. This .5th nnn.vcr-arv of tne formalion K, h *£* ''> Mrs Mack KatZ, its fin, pres„|ent From 16 A-jtoMhM |, has Rrown t(( 'n.wning achievement of the -negation i. tho railgiaui jehool, with a regiatraUon of over 135 pupils and a faculty of 12 teachers and principal Rabbi Ransnn. ordained at the Hebrew Union College at Ciacinnat. gave up his Ref„ rm pu | pit in East Orange. N.J.. eight years %  go, to take up a program of inter faith work as rabbi of Temple EmtlUl-El in Ft. Lauderdale He habeen among leaderin joint Christian and Jewish work in the Community Chest, Red Crow, Boj and Girl Scouts and similar organizations. There have been occasions when undemocratic methods had to be met with courageous resistance and even denunciation. One such incident took place when the swank Bahia Mar Yacht club, located on city owned property, refused its facilities to Jews Organizing the democratic forces of the city. Rabbi Ranson compelled the city to bring pressure that this practice be discontinued. As chairman of Anti-Defamation work in Ft Lauderdale, Rabbi Ranson took an important part in having the State of Florida pas, legislation making it illegal for hotels to display discriminatory signs. Recently, Rabbi Ranson was appointed to the advisory board of the Florida AntiDefamation League. In recognition of his work "bringing about a better community relationship between Christians and Jews." the Jewish War Veterans of the I'nited States not only awarded him a citation, but also printed a brochure describing his various activities under the caption, "Minor Miracle in Ft. Lauderdale —The Story of Rabbi Harius Ramon's leadership in Interfaith Activities NOTICE NA D ER riCT,T| ous I! \ !• \l l ELI Ql'AIN LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the un li J ilgned, deslrin I HE BOND PRE Beai h, Florida. Inl ild name with the of il. 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Page 12 B +Jenist> r hrkUan_ Jnday. fo^ 22 Standing (left to right) are Sidney Indgin, Harvey Meltzer, Alfred Meltxer. Stuart Fabric. Robert Aranoff and Warren Teitelman. Seated are Louis Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish Education executive director, Shirah Skop. Ruth Weinstein, Rita Klonsky. Sandy Caplan, Juliet Schachno. Herbert Berger, Bureau assistant director, Phyllis Katz and Sondra Levy, not pictured. Graduation Class Receives Diplomas Largest graduation class of the Hebrew High School and elemental > Hebrew schools of Greater Miami received their diplomas recently. Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg, Morris Skop. Simon April, Leon Kronish. Irving Lehrman and Alfred Waxman congratulated the 57 graduate! of Beth David Congregation, Coral Gables Jewish Center. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation, Temple Beth Sholom. Temple Kmanu Kl and Temple Zion. The Jacob and Adele Kaplan Scholarship was awarded by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of the Rabbinical ASM. of Greater Miami, to Arnold Grant, of Temple Zion. The Charles A. Ratner AchieveI ment Award was won by Judith 1 Schachno. of the Hebrew High School of the Bureau of Jewish Education, for high scholastic achievement. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno. 755 Alton rd. Program featured a narrative I cantata written by Louis SchwarU, man, Bureau executive, commemorating the 850th year of the death of Rashi, rabbi and inter pretor of the middle ages. Greetings were extended by Sol Goldman, newly elected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Nursery and pre-kindergarten class of Temple Emanu El religious school conducts closing exercises. Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, chairman of board of education, and Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis, teacher, present certificates of honor to graduates who will enter public schools in September. Assisting Mis. Brandeis on the far right are Mrs. Sadye Klein and Mrs. Mildred Rogers. Children participating in the program are (left to right) top row Jiffy Rand. Shari Pollack. Maxine Rosenstein, Dahlia Abramowitz, Martha Yavers, Carol Felman. Arelene Schler, Andy Lehrman. David Abelow. Franklin Hurowitz, Gary Selevan, Steven Lechtner. Middle row are David Abramowitz, Jo Ellen Kay, Anita Giller, Sherry Malter. Tod Cypen, Cathy Eber. Wayne Cypen, Leonard Feldman. Robin Hirsch. Martin Freed. Bottom row are Jeffrey Morgan. Nancy Beck. Ellen Klempner, Mickey Feller. Marsha Sills. GLOBAL QTJsf^TDmC! /s Art Accessary?* OnUR 1 lO Exerts on Ponel HASHES mom THE ma EAST BEIRUT (JTA) — At least 20 and possibly twice that number of persons are being tried in Lebanon this week on charges of espionage for Israel, it was reported here. The Lebanese authorities have refused to give names or numbers of persons involved. Reports in the Lebanese press vary from about a score of defendants to the report in the Englishlanguage Beirut Daily Star which says that the Attorney General is askmg the death penalty for 24 persons and imprisonment for another 23. News of the arrests broke as a surprise in Beirut, the dispatches received here today state, since Lebanon has the least number of incidents with Israel of any of the Arab countries bordering on the Jewish State. The reports assert that the defendants will be charged with giving various forms of aid and assistance to Urael. NEWS m EUKOTE'S CAPITALS LONDON (JTA) — The latest additions to the Israel Navy, the destroyers Yalfo and Elatb. sailed from Plymouth for Haifa this week. The vessels were bought from the British Navy and were converted. They will be the largest units in Israels fleet. Israeli seamen have spent months being trained in handling the destroyers. Before departure, the senior officer in command of the two vessels and the officers of the two units were hosts at a reception attended by senior British Admiralty officers, diplomats, including Israel Abassador Eliahu Elath, and other distinguished guests. ON THE AMEHKAN SCENE TORONTO (JTA) — Representatives of numerous governmental bodies in the United States and Canada, gathered here for the eighth annual conference of commissions against discrimination, began discussions on methods and procedures of enforcing anti-bias law various governmental levels in the two countries. The parley this year is sponsored by the Fair Employment Practices Branch of the Ontario Department of Labor. Miami Beach Public Library and Miami Beach recreation department presented another "World of Books" program entitled "Is Art Necessary""" with a panel consisting of Prof Clayton Charles, chairman, Art Department, University of Miami; Eugene Massin. instructor in art. U. of M; and Robert Tyler Davis, director of Viscaya. Program was held Monday evening in the Oceanfront auditorium, 10th st. and Ocean dr. Chaim Rose was moderator. "THI COOD MM DOfS UVt ON rotmi SwK good can he recorded for '• %  ".ire generation, with a Memorial created by THURMOND The agelcM ]ranu man found on Earth it a part of


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June 22. 1956 f =£"1** nrrHP* cm in fair: \Jn tlxc KMC %  fr omefront I Membership Affair Set On Wednesday, June 27, the B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gabies will entertain at a membership swim-dessert at the home of Mrs. Arthur (Sally) Paddor, 1543 Alcala, (oral Gables. The time is 12:30 noon, and the price of admission is one or more prospective :new members for the chapter. [j)ouble anniversary celebrated in Zodiac Loom oi Delano hotel. Standing are well finown attorney and hia wife, Mr. and Mrs. xje Schwartz, celebrating their second %*> Charter Revision Viewed Study group of the Miami Beach I United Nations Assn. met this; week at the home of Mrs. Anna i Weiss, 6020 Indian Creek dr. [Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of ithe Spinoza Outdoor Forum, spoke on "Should the United Nations Charter Be Revised?" ^waTToth^^l a< K ead ,? f ,able are **'*"" Camp Sponsored wedding anniversary. r %  V u ^^Bir] %  < %  %  fining committee members for "You Are There" meeting )bear Mrs Moses P. Epstein and Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais at W Algiers hotel Tuesday include (left to right) Mrs. Anna loll Hirschmann. Israel Bonds chairman for Miami Beach >ter of Hadassah; Mrs. Lrwin Liss. Miami chapter bond ion; Mrs. Max Wefts, program chairman; and Mrs. Farr. coordinator oi sales for Conference of Jewish (omen of Dade and Broward Counties. lassah Groups Hake Concerted Bond Effort in June 'Security' Push ? county members sre mak^man of the women's division for |thirmost concerted effort in Israel Bonds and now honorary years for the State of Israel chairman, she exemplifies the iorganization this week. Both' close tics between Hadassah and inewly-organized Miami chapter! K „ _„.. 4 „, Ta) L,ss P r, sl IT'S "Sponsor <>f Israel" meeting dent of the Miami chapter, has [today's You Are There"'named Mrs. H. C. (Matilda) Moser Jon honoring two Hadassah M UrMl ^^ chairman 0 f the Moses p. Epstein, former' 5 member Rroups for ,he ,w0 poml pre-ident of Hadassah, ; June fairs. Mrs. Moser was one f*Port on the World Zionist of the three leading saleswomen which ended recently in for Israel Bonds in 1951 and 1952. 'em. First national chair-' Z IWEE! NEW EDITION 24-YEAR HEBREW%  GLISH CALENDAR Mhneit dates at A glance! payable booklet for every ih Home! < H Ww md BegNsh 4aU '>< to iS8. AU Jewish P U 1H7. latitv''"" K •"•"• •* *• *—• r ••* w .. >ilwkk •• W4 n *i l^2*M. M J,fc* IMMIIIM. TfcU I _ffJHPuim • 1 f* 61 Jn Harmony In all art. harmony Map a feeling of rcotfulneM and inspiration. A heauOfully designed memorial ha the effect. When Wended with iky and tree* and green green %nt it is an uplifting fight to all who see it a lovely fitting tribute to the one who* name it bean. • • • A memorial u one of the most imS promt purchase* you will exer mM uy with confidence from an established dealer u>here service and satisfaition are assured. MimoiiAis or wmmm UAUTT H. AsreM. Otmetml *•"•§•' DADE MONUMENTS INC 3241 S.W. 8th St. Mwmi Ph. HI 4-2011 ting summer afternoon camp which will meet three afternoons a week for boys and girls beana is a former president of the tween the ages of 12 and 15 will Mount Scopus group. be sponsored this summer by the Mr> Oscar Smdell has again Town Branch of the Greater Miami designated Mrs. Anna Wolf HirschJewish Community Center, 450 SW mann as Israel Bonds chairman of 16 ave. the Miami Beach chapter. Since i The program will include cookMrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais will out.-, swimming, roller skating, be featured speaker at Tuesday's boating, dancing and athletics, meeting, "it is incumbent upon us'" Page 3B Miami Ladies Attend Confab Among the 400 women attending the eighth annual conference of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University at the campus in Waltham, Mass., this week were Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, past president, Mrs. Joseph Duntov, vice president, and Mrs. Morris Alpert, representing the Greater Miami chapter. Mrs. Ginsburg is a member of the national board of the Women's Committee. Highlight of the four-day conference were groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Brandeis University library, to which the National Women's Committee pledged a $1,000,000 gift. A similar gift of $1,000,000 from Jack Goldfarb, of New York, for construction of the building was acknowledged as Goldfarb and Mrs. Joseph Schneider, president of the Women's Committee, dug the first spadefuls of earth for the new building. everv Tunnnrt ,nfh a h t0 '"?. Organization of America, has ne „. Mrs H ir", P hTn h, ^ meelm ly 3.500 members in its 14 groups JKJES !" n said -She is a vice here, and Mrs. Louis (Lee) Goldof ZrrJi the 0men l s <" !" >on m an chairman of .. Women for of the Greater Miami Committee Israe Month.. called for State of Israel Bonds. Hadassah, the Momen's Zionist member to "buy or sell at least one bond this month." First in Game Series to Open North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood will meet for coffee Tuesday at the Center. Members and guests will bring bundles of clean rummage. The afternoon will include the first in a series of "Mitzvah" games, which will follow every Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the Biltmore Terrace hotel. Mrs. Tillie Frankel is chairman. Vfil? VEGETARIAN BEANS "N TOMATO SAUCE HJM||M2CO.PI!IS 6M PATIO FLOORS and WALKS ClIANEO t WSUtf ACIO. Ky • ftefttone. Ab mmMmry mi *• repair. Mtttl *•* • *"'"*Vpfc#* n 4-7J47. There it is ... the all-important seal of approval of THE UNION OP ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA ... your guarantee of a Kosher food! A delightful, quick-to-fix Kosher food! The most popular "mekhel" of them all in every Jewish neighborhood! How about Heinz Kosher Beans today? HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS Strictly Kosher



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PageJJ A Heiman WiH Host Victory Party S.mi .1 Hc-iman. chairman of one rf the most wceaaaftil Combined Jewish Appeal drncs in local hisi will be host to nearly 1.000 teer workers it v i ;tail Party" on Sunday June 24. .it the FOntainebleau hotel i he event \a eel* duled from 4 p.m. H %  will extend his per to CIA el rn rs and volunteei made i 000 in "• Admission to the victory party will be by ticket only, the arrange immittee hai announo d +.lmi*!>ner*B9€. ***** \ BaBBaaaWaWaWawaBaaw^aiiiMeajV 4 K+ ]+ | CnSprJ^c^^J^ New Miami Firm Announced Here \ new M I a m i architrctural neering firm, Connell, Pu rce, iid and Prtodman, wai ann< anced hire tbi> work. Organised as I partner-hip si three Florida prefetsional onei i and the retiring DaeVi county j^hool architect, the firm is and supervision <>i commercial, industrial and Institutions! projects I onnell said Offices aril] I 319 N\v 27th avs 111 i 185.000 addition to the new 1140,000 Connell and Associates bldg. Bus Changes Route Miami Transit Company announced this week that its present in will be extended westward to MV 94th el and .\\V 3rd >f. operation .>! the extended i ute commenced Sund LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICKUPS New York, New Jersey, Philo delphio, Baltimore, Washington, Albany, Boston, Providence — all ether points. DIAL JE 8 8353 RETURN LOAD RATES M. LIEBERMAN & SONS 655 COLLINS AVE Forty-five men and women confirmed at Temple Israel May 15 are Linda Teresa Adelman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Young; Barbara Estelle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Louis Adler; Nancy Ann. dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Avery J. Bernstein; Philip Stephen, .-on of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blumenfield; Susan Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Carpel; Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof; Elinda Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cohen; William Malcolm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cohen; Paulette Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellard Conn; Beverly Dale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cromer; Enid Ann. daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. Sidney Dworkin; Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman; Kathy Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould; Richard Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gradsky; Arthur, son of Mr. and Mr. Irwin W. Green; Robert Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Greenberg; Rosaleen Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Jacobs; Susan Fern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaufman; Jeffrey Pavid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klivans; Joan Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kramer; Pauline June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz; Don Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leven; Bertram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lovitt; Linda Hope, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Mo Mats; Michele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meyers; Mr. Clement, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Myerson; Glo. Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper; Jetta Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Perls; Ralph Henry, | of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Polster; Patsy Jane, daughter of ] and Mrs. Harry Rabin; Harriet, dauqhter of Mr. and David Rifas; Barbara Carole, daughter of Dr. and Manning Rosnick; Nancy Jane, daughter of Mr. and William Schwartt; Sherna Greta, daughter of Mr. and Sam Simonhoff; Rona Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. uel Steinberg; Charles Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuxin; Jane Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Turk; L Buckman, son of Mrs. Lavinia Waldboum; Suzanne PhyD daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mcrurice Weinstein; Henry, son i Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Williams; Stephen Paul, son of I and Mrs. Louis E. Wolfson; Charlotte Naomi, daughter of] and Mrs. Howard Woodruff; Harriet Leah, dauqhter of and Mrs. Howard Woodruff; Marianna Joy, daughter of and Mrs. Alex Youngerman. Tifereth Israel Norihside Center Installs Officers Here Installation dinner and dance of Tifereth Israel Northside Center was held recently at Michel's Testaurant. The following were installed by Rabhi Abraham Herson. spiritual leader. Marshall H. Comis. president; Dr. Morton Terry, first vice president; Ix>on Goldberg, second vice president; Nate Rosenberg, cial secretary; Howard Rothj cording secretary; Al Zun corresponding secretary; Pile-hut., erseant-at-armM Meyer and Morns Laster, | Members of the board of i tors are Harrj Alexander. Freeman. Merman GoldfarhJ Ctoodman. .lameHarris, Albert Glantz. Ernest Is Herman W. Kutun, Frederic 1 Mayer. Theodore Pearlstem, | ing Qucrido and Harry Zu treasurer; Robert Felberg, finanman. Life-size oil painting of Stanley C. Myers (left), past president of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is given to the agency by Jacob Sher. civic leader and former president of Federation. In his absence. Carl Weinkle (right) makes presentation, with executive director Ben Rosenberg assisting. Some 400 persons witnessed the ceremonies at 18th annual meeting held in the .Seville hotel last week. i % i i % > i % i REV. WM. W. LIPSON Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Greater Miami Telephone 9-6308 CHEVROLET PHONE 9-6441 1055 W.FUGIER M'ghtSemce 2300 N.W.7TH AVE. PHONE 64-2626 wBk Ytf— you can shop around for a now car, but, LUBY SELLS FOR LESS! f Set Luby befor* you sign for any car I l SAVE FOR TOMORROW WHIRl YOU CAN BORROW rOI TODAY Ssvisp IceessU VA% Interest Pitteml Least Ante 1MM Nirht Dcsotitorv lankier by Mel Letter* ef Cresit Safety Dessert lexes Sfeaatw PYaVral 0r..i ( Imurmmrt iaraararian I BANK of MIAMI BEACH 93Z.WASMINGTON AVENUE '/ GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAl WORKS 414 S.W. Mud AVL S*. HI 6 58*0 Hava your reof repaired now; you will iivt on t nw roof lator "Satisfactory Work by *nsnnrd Man' WTYJ Television Program Schedult Friday thru Monday FRI SAT. SUN. 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. June 22. 1958 Page 7B Double Ring Rites For Diane Kart Frl? JuneY'-f P'KTT L*I The bride is a radua, e Pea'.'hrman ^,Lv' T R ab bl ,rV m8 ^ High ^^ Pittsburgh, and Kl M !? 0 ne £?T f. m ,U ; ^ """^ seCTetarial college of Mr H M %  dau e h,er of Pittsburgh. HU. st M li p rr S K Kart ^ The room is also a graduate of I'^PM formerly Peabody High School, received h., b K|. of HILV i „ b ec r e the deRree at the diversity of Pittsson of Mr a„d Mr, i" ."f^' bUrgh a d belonged t0 Ka PP a %  S. P.ttsbu" h MrS Samuel Linet ****• At P res nt h 2 in the Army stationed at Ft. Jackson, Be-t man was Morton Fineberg S.C. briri p P il b H Urgh K M ,her of *• ^h immediate families honorThV^ ,he Couple at d,nner at Wald gown 5ML2£? a Wal,zlen ,h mans Crown hotel. The couple MllfK ^ gand> WitH f eW t0 HaVana fOF their h0neV fant k ,, rt bod'ce and boufmoon. Upon their return, they of riEJS ns s,mg of ,nree *" "iB make their temporary home of s Cd i| 0ped organdy. Her fourin Columbia. S.C. tiered French illusion veil was atMr atwl „^ ^ A v ^ tached to a tiara of seed pearls > d ^ Dav,d *"*• pa She carried wh.te orchids o* her r? !" 1 grandpa K rents of Pittsburgh, confirmation Bible ner flew in for the wedding. Other .. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Her strand of pearls and pearl Rosenberg, aunt and uncle. Mrs. earrings were a gift of her parDorothy Golden and Mr and Mrs. ents Jack Bereson. of New York. Ai dtnui c ttii. IDWAKD 6#0SS MM. BUNAtD SACKS riedel, Gross Exchange Vows 4, occasion for grandparents [grandchiltron was the wed[onJune lu which joined the fternoon Rites jr Fried kins il\r Louise Kurman and BerFrifrikin were married in nte> Sunday. June 17, at David Congregation. Rabbi lov Rosenberg officiated. bride i> the daughter of community leaders Mr. and Abe Kurman. 2105 SW 12th ami The groom, presently student at the University iini, is the -on of Mr. Joseph kin. n in marriage by her father, ^snde chose a waltz-length I ((white organdy with pink den an I featuring a scoopand pink insertion at the OB of honor were Mrs. Denim and MrEleanor Cohen, in afternoon dresses, ell Katrill, cousin of the n Tampa, was best man. Hywed Mrs Fnedkm is a it of Stephens College and fCnucsty ol Miami. Her husMfore .r'enng UM law graduj'i! from the Unif of Flon i She was a mem^•f the Psychology club. Phi Kappa national scholastic and Alpha Kappa Delta •I sociological honorary. Friedkin belongs to Bar and I legal fraternity and Pi Lamb fraternity Wing the^r honeymoon, the i will be at home at 718 VaCoral (iahles. Gross and Friedel families, i .Lillian Friedel became the bride of Edward Alan Gross in a double ring ceremony at the Algier-. hotel with Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-KI. officiating. Decor of the wedding was pink and white carried out in flowers and attendants gowns The bride, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Murray Friedel. 8235 Crespi blvd chose a white taffeta and chant illy lace gown in ballerina length with rounded neckline and cap sleeves. Panel of chantilly lace from neckline to hem at front was a style detail emphasized by the elbow-length French illusion veil and pearlized crown. Attendants were Susan Anne Friedel. bride's sister, maid of honor: Jimmy R. Gross, brother of bridegroom, best man; Joel Friedland, usher; and Steven S Friedel. junior usher. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul C. Gross. Mt. Vernon. NY., graduated from the Horace Mann School in New York, and received his accounting degree at the University of Miami The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and also attended the U of M. Mrs. Pauline Lustgarten. mater-. nal grandmother; Mrs Ester, i Friedel. paternal grandmother of Jthe bride; and Mrs. Anna < %  %  paternal grandmother of the bndeI groom all flew from New York for jthe wedding, reception and lunch,eon which followed at the Algiers hotel. The newlyweds are spending. 'their honeymoon in Nassau and will be at home when they return at 364 SW 3rd ave. tly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions WIDDING UNQUETS WID01NG MWVHSARICS WTZVAMS t. 1,003 UNDEI PERSONAL MANAGEMENT •f SAUL NEIMAN •flfecete teed FO* KSOrVATMMS TMPHOfil Ji tOt" SUNSHINE FASHIONS' &.§. *< oft *AMI KAQi IT. UOWIIII wHT Ml" "* %  B. Amr mmmr Miss Meyers and Mr. Sacks Wed MIS. HtkAID fSllDKIS AltS. MAMVIN SNEtDON LOWEST RATES By Air round tr.p faret from HAVANA NASSAU MEXICO JAMAICA HAITI Miami to $ 36.00 36.00 111.00 117.00 105.00 110.00 116.10 DOMINICAN tEWaMJC ISLAN0 HOffINO CLBA. JAMAICA. HAITI DOM REPUBLIC* PUERTO RECALL EXPENSE TOURS itO^ FROM 2 Bv Sea round l"0 '' ,rom Miami to HAVANA NASSAU 4-Oey Cm is* and NOIOM 100y Cris Hoiti, D. %  ••••Ik. JMMKI Ai> Farea P'ua Taw Mean "d Berth Included S 36.00 3S.00 69.00 190.00 Air lUtOPE ItS* Steamer, Reaerve Now DAVIS TOURS, INC -MEMBER HS^SAtrvr OF TRAVEL AGENTS MS aTttayne Bld. Miami. Fla 242 PHONE 94S31 IS E L*i Oii Bl*d. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla PH. JA 240S4 (In a 5:30 p.m. candlelight cere00 Sunday. June 10. at the Algiers hotel. Miss Patti Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Meyers. 3297 SW 7th st. Miami, became the bride of Bernard Sacks, son of Mr. and Mrs Sam Sacks. 2070 Bay dr. Miami Beach. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Synagogue, officiated. Bc-t man was Edward Eisenstat. of New York, cousin of the groom. Matron of honor was Mrs. B R Meyers, sister-in-law of the bride. Ushers included Jerome Cohen. Bernard Meyers and David Meyers. Honorary ushers were Leslie Greenfield. Murray Rosenthal. Mark Feldman and Anthony Valve. Bridesmaids were Delores Chernoff. Barbara Reichert and Sue Wolkoff. Vicki Meyers, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sackv of New York, paternal grandparents of the groom, flew in for the wedding. Nylon tulle over white taffeta accented with nyle brodi-lace fashioned the bridal gown styled with fitted bodice. Her shoulder-baring neckline highlighted with the nyle brodi-lace formed a cap sleeve. The bouffant skirt of tulle had an overskirt giving a reddingcoat effect edged with the same lace. She carried orchids on a Bible. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, where she belonged to Tau Alpha Omega Council. She attended the University of Miami and was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Sacks is a graduate of Miami Beach Hign School and attended the University of Miami. After a reception and dinner at Algiers hotel, the couple left for a six-week honeymoon in Europe. Upon their return, they will live at the Sandpiper Villas. Jackson, Sheldon In Wedding Vows Miss Anne Jackson became Mrs. Marvin Sheldon in 5 p.m. ceremonies June 10 at the Shelborne hotel. Rabbi Heszel Klepfi^h of Costa Rica, uncle of the bride, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jackson. 1614 Pennsylvania ave.. Miami Beach. Her husband's parents are the Nat Sheldons. Miami. Maid of honor wai Sheila Mak' %  tein. with Ralph Brown acting a> be-t man. Both are from Miami Newlywed Mrs. Sheldon attended Miami Beach High School and luated from the University of Florida thi> month. She belonged to Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and Panhellenic Council. Mr. Jackson attended Miami Senior High and Miami Jackson. He has one semester to complete at the U of F. where he is majoring in building construction. His fraternity is Pi Lambda Phi. and he belongs to the Student Contractors and Builders Assn. Dinner reception followed the ceremonies at the hotel. After a wedding trip to Nassau, the couple will be at home at 1717 XW 3rd ave. Gainesville. Fla. In addition to Rabbi Klepfi-h, out-of-town guests included Mrs.. Esther Altman and son. from the Canal Zone. Panama. %  CALL THE RANUJM PRESS, IMC r.VOE.WED WEDDINGS CALLING CARD9 • INFORMALS STOCKS • IONOO • MTATIONKRV I FINEST OUALTTY • EXCELLENT SERVICs* PHONE FR 3-8306 •IS %  OCrTHWBMT TMNTH so easy to buy with your MORRIS BROS.' Revolving Charge Aeemmmt pay nothing down ... 1/3 yt balonct each month md NO CARRYWG CHARGE MORRIS BROS. 70 L FU6LEI rWWf 11-4*41



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Pcge 6B +J&*lstincri(Han Frid j^Y^Jur,* 22. i| <^fn the h^ealrn of <^)ociet\j tyUvKfiAet rffoctt *7a# ( Friday Pauline Glanti, of 1571 S. Treasure dr. embarks European tour aboard the SS Zion. leaving from Now v n ? y ^3 port of call will be sunny Naples. Paulina's itinerary J, *i Rome. Istanbul. Turkey. Greece, the Alps in SwiUe l n T\ ^1 France and Spain. The SS Independence will brim; p a „ii" New York. Then the final stopover in Atlanta G ,!"' 1 parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morri, Glantx, before returning homo "** Mrs. Frances Rubin, who formerly resided at the Dil ul L now at home at the Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Schal. VJfc ave were recent hosts to business associates and their wives at i cue. Ban's a former dress manufacturer. *' Elliott Bresler, 1985 Marseilles dr., Howard N. Rose 354, p dr., and Evan Katx, 753 Michigan. wer_> among graduates at th"* commencement of Chicago Medical School June 16 1. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Breslar, Dr. and Mrs. Maurict J P*..*" 1 and Mrs. A. Rats. "**• and] WINS rOSTIK AWAMD CITS TO* Oil POST Mrs. B. Barnica Mart has left for Detroit, where she will visit %  •. residents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paschke, Alton rd. Rloomfield Mich., was the destination of Mrs. W. L. Milnar, 5386 Alton rd who I to spend the summer there. Miami Beach Junior High j-radfc Jay Segal has won first prize for Florida in a poster contest spo2 by the American Legion Auxiliary. She's the daughter of ifc Mrs. Henry Rogers, 6929 Rue Vendome. Dr. Irving Laibsen has been promoted to senior chemical ene at a large oil refining corporation in Baytown. Tex. ... The PhD 1 Carnegie Institute of Technology and wife Lala are former Miami 1 ites. Mr*. S. Leibson, his mother, lives at 1615 Penns\Uama ave ] Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. Pavalow. .. Recent dinner party at the Roney was the site of a 42nd we anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Ban Diamond. The Spoltars, 1200 W. 162nd st.. were guests at the Tower Isle in Jamak. Proud recipients of MD degrees at the University of Tennessee month include Stanley D. Mitchell, son of Mrs. Anns Mitchell, \l Bay rd.. and Leonard Allan Atkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis j its, 1525 Euclid ave. MB$. in wtoor mn. noro KOTMNUMG Ardmorr MKS. DONALD BtfCMMAN Hierloom Lace Adorns HeadpieceOf Sunday Bride 1 \en in marriage by her father. M Terry Greenhouse became the e of Donald R Blechman. son < : Mr. and Mrs. William Blechman. l p -5 Daytonia rd.. on Sunday. June IT at the Fontainebleau hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abromowitz. of the North Shore Jewish ("enter, offi< >-d at the noon ceremony The .• is the daughter of Dr. and J A. Greenhouse. 1741 Cleverd.. formerly of Roche-ter. N Decor of the wedding was blue and white. Best man was Arthur Blechman, brother of the groom. I shers included Elliot Weiser. of Miami. Burton Abrens. Mt Vernon. N Y.. Ira Feldman. Miami, and Philip Rudolph. New Rochelie. NY Bridesmaids were Sandra Miller. Naomi I-even son and Martha Jervis. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Richard Behren. Matron of honor was Mrs. Arthur Blechman The bride selected a gown of chantilly lace and white satin Kanlan, Brody Pick Bay Drive 1the Papillon room of the RiltTTI re Terrace hotel. Sibyl Joy Ian exchanged wedding vow> with Lee Brody. Rabbi Yaakov % %  nherg performed the double UN at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Jure 3 The bride, daughter of Mr and Samuel Kaplan, 2223 Calais dr. was Ejveo in marriage by her nU She wore an original rim lengtli gown al imported ch ErasM lace fashioned with >ff-shouldt r neckline and long en Victoria ilaevea. \ lace cap adorned with pearls her fingertip veil of illusion. she carried a mother-of-pearl Bible covered with white orchids and stephanotis. Mildred Goldenberg. cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. She Chew a flamingo-colored ballerina gown of net and carried an old fashioned bouquet of carnations and roses. Mr Brody. son of Mr and Mrs. Philip Brody. of 9316 Carlyle ave.. asked his brother. Alan, to be best man. In the wedding party were six ushers—Myron Kaplan. Bernard Goldenberg. Richard Cohn. Norman Durmaskin. Howard Stein and Robert Brown. Following a reception in the Riltmore room of the hotel, the newlyweds left on a honeymoon to Havana. Their new home is now 'at 2180 Bay dr. styled with scooped neckline and edged with iridescent sequins and featuring fitted bodice, long traditional sleeves and bouffant skirt. Her sweep train had a nylon Bleated tulle tiered skirt topped by a lace peplum Attached to her headpiece, the bride wore the Blechman family heirloom of imported chantilly lace, all hand made, extending into a cathedral train. This lace veil was worn by Mrs. Blechman on her wedding day. The pearls worn by the bride were a gift from her bridegroom. Her lucky sixpence was a gift from I her friend. Mrs. Philip Rudolph. Her blue garter was a gift from Mrs. Malcolm Stein. The bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High. School, attended the University of Florida and is a student at the University of Miami. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Mr. Blechman attended schools in Mt. Vernon. received his degree at Syracuse University and served in the United States Army for two years in Japan. At present, he is i in business in Miami Beach. After a seated luncheon, the couple flew to Mexico City and. Acapulco for their honeymoon. I Upon their return, they will make their home at 1247 Marseilles dr. Tablecloth Flavor Again to Mark Pop Concert Sunday Eve Red checkersquare tablecloths will again be the order of festivities when the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra appears in the second of a series of summer concerts Sunday evening at Miami Beach auditorium. This is the sixth season of summer symphony presentations—the outgrowth of efforts here by Arnold Volpe. first UM Symphony Orchestra conductor and founder of New York's Central Park outdoor summer series, and Leo Eisenstein and Sam Murray. The first local summer musical effort took place in 1936 under the baton of the late Dr. Volpe at the Roney Plaza Gardens. But it was a far cry from last Sunday evening's concert in the air conditioned Beach auditorium, with a full house enthusiastically gre the opening of the sixth sun season. Guest conductor Morton will again be on the podium Sunday evening. And with for his second guest stint in 1 many weeks, will be noted dancer Danny Daniels, who scheduled to premier Mr. Goulj latest work, "Hoofer Suite," evokes the atmosphere and of old-time hoofers and vaud minstrels. The program, whose keynote 1 be romantic and nostalgic, is to include Orpheus and the Ui world, by Offenbach, first ment of the Unfinished B mhj Symphony No. 8. by Schub Polevitzkian Dances, by Bor Roses from the South, by Slni and Sari, a symphonic paraphnj by Kalman-Gould. Also featured will be Gould's own Family Album. eluding "Outing in the Pad "Porch Swing on a Summer ing" and "Horseless Carriij Gallop." tAMiD sumuu KISOKJ DUNCRAGGAN INN WarM Faoxees Ciiiaa Seesea May 30th to OtfoheH Amtrkmm Pimm amimmim§ mi $49 m Dree* Ceaasolor for CkrM Profeionl Entertainment In our Recreation Bldg "'Jf'".' Write far Fro* Baeklet Ver Bests, Bloch* • %  • W u la tea Meaatorfai-3rd AVI., W., NINMRSONVILLI, N.C Sheila Zimand's Gown Features Halter Bodice %  Sheila -Zimand and Lloyd %  R V'henberg were united in marriage at Temple Emanu-El on June 10. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Philip Zimand. 1800 %  ins ave.. Miami Beach. The m is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rothenberg. Brooklyn NY. The bride's gown featured a halter bodice of French lace and acion pleated nylon tulle over aathl skirt Her tingertip-length •eil was held by a princess crown I mother of pearl sequins and smnll white pearls. She carried a Eible her mother used for her own wedding. Miss Roslyn Zimand. the bride's Bister, was maid of honor. Harry Zimand acted as best man. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Hy Goldman. Mrs. Clara Perlman. Mrs. Bertha Zimand. the bride's grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rothenberg, the groom's parents, the groom's grandmother. Mrs. Sophie Rothenberg. and sister. Miss Ruth Rothenberg. The bride attended Miami Beach High School. Davis Institute of Technology and is employed at Dade Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation The groom, who was with the 11th Airborne Division in Korea, is .attending the Davis Institute as a I medical technician and x-ray technologist. He is affiliated with : Cameo Drugs. A reception and dinner at the Algiers hotel followed the ceremony, and after a honeymoon to Nassau the couple will make their 1 home in Miami Beach. Bloom, Korito Reside on Beach Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bloom, Chicago. Ill announce the recent marriage of their daughter. Barbara Roselle. to Gerald Korito. son of Mrs. Kay Langerman. also of Chicago. The bride is former assistant director of the Greater Miami Histadrut Committee and a member of the Miami Beach Masada Young Adults Zionist District and Temple Emanu-El Young Adults. Mr. and Mrs. Korito were married in Chicago May 2. The couple are now making their home in Miami Beach at 1501 Michigan ave. ti bla -r-r-r-r-r-r it's cold inside i run STORAGE CALL 82-1611 A kmuiedmessenger uill calljmr ymrjurs pnmptiy eil



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1958 JC President Declares Jewry Must Assist Other Religious Groups In Battle for Racial Integration % %  Tk ... n(1 :..L l__ £"MJhiklto0 (Hrtiaf and tauaedi aca-1 and i The cause of Jewish leadershi %  Y"RK ,,,c %  """=• %  *vmima leadership encourae will rise or fall in accord-j counsel and needed materials Z. the response to the aunm as a | iaison i*, "; the racial problem. UAHC Southern Regional hatred. mnA ,_.... ^^^ with the Council <>* that the In,.,,, h rMian ^VM, inter. demtc but rea ill." Comparing condition, in •' ';. those obUinin, n UK* be jjve,, l0 th bigotn T* NUghMH leader continued, "• Prophetic faith would mandate U to lead ,n thi Page 7 A Eventful Program Is Presentation Site ..nf..l Z moral Itivi r 4eld t (ear and nairea. u and Jewish de cowardly 'yes' instead ^ ,rin2 o" hen w and our lh will fail. ,s the severest test in our 4 the vitality of the ideals ; ar ,.„i religion." D\ Maurice th. president of the of American Hebrew ConI t body of 530 re templ<"in the Western ,t:ited Saturday beliemher"f the organization^ rd at a dinner meetSew Y<>rk > Harmonic club. I.;,., drath stated that he ia liv applauded Chrlitta „"( all denominations, inSouthern Presbyterians, the fight against desegre%  Xhe most radiant examui in action was the grikc engendered by Chrisdergymen in Montgomery, Yet. continued Dr. Eisen•hardly a single white lun clergyman or rabbi in [om cn dared to raise his Joseph Rayvis (center, outgoing president of Sholem lodae 'VLXtfra B : na B ri,h '-*? <"<" **>o. h. *£* er Kir.'-: and his true band aslantreform leader said that he letter" ol tribute to the of these various Christian iih groupought to join in Inomcr.toueffort," Dr. Eisen. warned, adding, "if we do lire in this struggle we are of tl est idolatry." jed the L'AHC to step up its laction program and to estabsorial action office in the ore r„ngregat o rS an, H tBethTf,,ah R >i 1 un 8 ar a n re-taurant. ore JSX5 Z? l 2$" '' r gram "" a "^ Malkah. a-,-,-ray and 'SfiSLft SZ 2* !" £?." f '" hi '"' ,r of Meyer Ka tZ VsidenTof "he ton nl "^ rr n "~' l "' gretttion". ( hevra Mi.hnais. Speakers included spintuai leadPresentation was made on behalf er Rabbi Joseph Rackov.ky and oi me officers and members of Isidor Kramer, president of Beth Chnsi **^ Beth Ttikm by Philip weiau.etth. raw,. SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONOR and DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS the lodge from Stanley Caiden (right), president, while Harry Schwartz, president-elect, looks on. Presentation took place recently at installati o n of new o fficers in the Lucerne hotel. Greater Miami Philanthropy Makes Staggering Amount Available to UJA \L\IS* HOMES MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Aye ~ Phone FR 3-3431 KE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director Greater Miami Jewry this year achieved an unprecedented mark in philanthropy in Mi response to the survival campaign conducted Thiotfice would give ii and Cantor tend Confabs by the Combined Jewish Appeal. Over $1,000,000 has been made available to the UJA in the great-, est outpouring of furds in the hitory of local campaigns. Most recent loan to the UJA in the amount 2) Payable in four equal installments, the first payment due twelve months from date of new loan. 31 Firm collateral to be furnished by the UJA. 4) Secure loan at best interest rates available. The above action by Federation complies with a request by the of $550,000 v is authorized by the national UJA campaign cabinet. executive committee of the GreatMorris \. skop and Caner Miami Jewish Federation la 3 t ig Robinson, of the Coral month. wish Center, left Monday ( President Howard Kane anil national conventions in half a million dollar-, plus the H.1 I Atlantic City, nounced Wednesday that "our repular 19.V5 allocation of over I Skop attending national I/JA Emereencv Survival Fun I of V of spiritual leaders at one quarter milii •* City for the presentation to our present loan, will brill papers and discustotal I'JA collections to more than • Prol fronting the S $' -0PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. it Kane pointed out that CJA two we and Jews throughout years ag0 extended a loan of ST lorW 000 to the I'JA r Miami's "r Robin* |. representing share of the national I'JA consoliMtr al the American Con-i d ation |,,an „f ,. ,J Action recommended by Federafied Cantors of us executive C()mmi „,,. .,.;. IcongreyuiiMiis in the United N f0 Practkt attorney Kurt Wellisch W admitted to practice be-1 l*e United States Supreme j |


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toe22. 19 jland Endows Jogical School I Scholarship rm.in of i founder of I urn> tablished r .holar-hip at the Jewish SLtiral %  : "' %  "" %  fund '' """' '" I he Morris Hand Schotawhip wholarfhip will %  Hinualh tor Ihe i „ainie"" "< rabbiaical at ( hc Seminary. Ldi:,n LAWS OBSERVED 1HR0UGH SEPT. 15th !" ion$ Now Being Accepted tor the High Holidays *t. 5th through St|it. 15th Israel to Mak* Huge Kosher Buys; Local Rabbi Assists in Arrangements The State of Israel haj for the Rabbi Stern revealed that he has first time made arrangements to received "special thanks" from purchase large quantities of koser Israel's Chief Rabbinate for his meat in the United Statea for home part in the "successful arranaeconsumption. according to an nient to supervise such large scale nouncement this week by Rabbi koshering." He added that "the Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob Congreganumerous details and halachic imtion spiritual leader and aetive plications of the operation de kashruth spokesman. manded keen study and revision Rabbi Stern said Wednesday of koshering laws adaptable to the that he was contacted by Israel's chief Rabbinate of Israel." Chief Rabbinate and Dr. Isaac The Beth Jacob spiritual leader i Halevy Herzog, as well as by Isrevealed here that he is "in conj rael's official representative. Rabbi stant touch" with the Kansas city j B. Efrali. to assist in the adminisplant and expects to visit it in July. tration of the American purchases, Meanwhile. Rabbi Stern left for Rabbi Stern, who has tarved Mexico this week to administer previously as kashruth consultant the shipment of kosher meat to to the Chief Rabbinate, flea to ferae! from Tampico. Kansas City to organize the Central Packing Co to uppiy s„me three OULLES 'EXPLAINS' REFUSAL million pounds of kosher meat to Israel under the new arrangements. "During the last decade, I have administered the supervision of kosher meat amounting to tens of thousands of cattle per year," Rabbi Stern said in his announce-, Brody, Nancy Ory, Carole Seiderman. Third row are Carole Miller, Nikki Kraus, Dianne Deutsch. Jane Rubin, Amy Steele, Linda Marlin, Isabelle Hecht, Bea Nadler, Arlene Ash, Susan Greenberg. Fourth row are Gilbert Spevack, class president, Steven Baron, Michael Miller, Richard Lewis, Michael Mar golis, Gary Diener, Ronald Winger, Victor Bailey, Eugene Brenner, Jerald Hart. CROWN FENCE DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC "aliied Attention — Went Service to Yowr Cotered Affairs WlDDINGS I %  %  MITZVAHS *6ANlZflTI0N IANQUETS toC'Al FUNCTIONS la '9* *r Smmll NONE UN 6-8831 O INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL CHAIN LINK DOUBLE LOOP FENCING WOOD CONCRETE 4 DIAMOND LAWN WIRE TO SEE CONGRESSMEN Continued from Page 1 A the maintenance of peace is an equilibrium of arms between the opposing factions. It is. of course, this unanimity of approach that MIAMI 89-2578 FT. LAUDERDALE JA 3-0800 HOLLYWOOD 2-1752 ment, "but my spiritual sat.sfachas frightened Mr. Dulles in view % k„i m ; nD of the inconclusive, wavering, > tion was never so overwhelming ^ public appraisal ^ Depa ,. t as when I put my official seal on n]cnt of state has mao 0 relative > •Maron L'Yisroel" food for Israel's (o this crucial situation," the % kosher meat shipment." statement said. "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER IOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. "ART" • "/WAI/RY" • "NAT" YOUR TEXACO BOYS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. IMPORTANT NOTICE! EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1956 This Bank Will Increase its Interest Rate on Savings Accounts TO 2 %* urplus in Ratio to Deposits and loans 0 COMPOUNDED SEM! ANNUALLY All accounts are insured up to SI0,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. When your savings are on deposit in the Florida National, you have the satisfaction of knowing that your money Is in one of the strongest banks in the nation. We provide you with every worthwhile Banking and Trust Service. t < ""*""•"••• Florida Nstlonil Croup



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Page 2B L**Utncrk1irn ^/tboitt \jour special j-avoritcs AT-HOME STAPLES FEATURED Orange Marmalade Nut Bread Passes Severest of All Critics %  Your Husband Flagler Women Hear Decorator Women's club of Flagler-Cra eoafectioruTs' sugar or cover with nada Jewish Community Center ., thin' suar and orange juice met at the Center this week. Mrs pounding with a heavy spoon till 15 srnuoth Heat the shortening used fecitbifjly Different fasteT in a frying pan and add diced % Mrs. Morris Kleiman. newly elected president of Beth David TA, gives paper collection drive at synagogue added impetus v*th announcement that paper pick-up will be continued during summer. PTA realized more than $1,000 during past school year. Pictured with Mrs. Kleiman are the Mesdames Robert Purisch. vice president, Bernard Kanter and Jack Geyer vice president. Beth David Women Slate Bar-B-Que MrHarry Gordon, newly elected president of Beth David S hood, announced Wednesday th;it 'lie will !„• held .it her home 2201 S Miami a\... on Sunday. July 1 Along with the bar-b-que there will be dancing and entertainment. re being made to have a ment night dub entertainer special guest s. as chairmen of the affair are Mr. • nd Mrs Jerome Weinkle Mr and Mrs. Kelvin Crane NO SKILL N -t w Just mix and bake 33131 Women Set Theater Party "Reclining Figure," starring Luther Adler and Sam Jalfee. i., satirical comedy which Mt BcOfUl i-roup oi Hadassah has chosen lor their theater party on Sunday. July irtain time is 8:45 p.m. at the Roosevelt theater. Mrs. Herman Mint/er is handling reservations. onion, frying over moderate heat till lightly yellow. Turn this into the potato and flour mixture and stir well. !>.• %  ENJOY NON-FATTENING DESSERTS Vm calorie-free Sujarine. Sweeter than Sur. no unpleaiam aftertaste. L'M It in cooking or on i lie table. Carry a pura ate. A m Tk* *erf*rr Svyor flavor AT tOOO A OIUO STOICS f vetYWHEM Mol 19 R N.tpop*. (I eJ }< li) theSvfarineCo.. Ml. V-**. Wi White Cake Mil • Yellow Cake Mil Devils food MII • Gingerbread Mi. Pound Cake Mu Hoae, • S#ice Cake Mi 0WQH6IIHBttME5ttt p, ti Up Witt TETLEY l&D TEA Si n0 8 OZ Z^^&£2***&J^2>7&ea ^MlDCOl^ IOO dAi i me! MEANS K KOSHER r/l (hMTMtacd KasharL00K FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Sttpermha WCKLED, C00KID and SMOKED MEATJFRODUOS MCIUJIVI Msrniurots or m SOUTH ^I COASTLIME PROVISION CO., INC — .....il BCAf-U 155 BISCAYNI ST., MIAMI BEACH -_^ IK I 4732 NRMAN PEAtt PHONES: V2S, MT



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jno22. MM Ceremony At Sinai Hospital Kny „ s.nai Hospital School of *.,i Naming held its capping week Mrs. Martha R \ preiideot of the Nurses* Assn.. was ^ rtndenta wn capped in lober. 1956 c!*w nd nine students in the February elans, according to Max 'onmti president of the hosp.ui. who delivered the domng add,**, Presiding was Mrs. \ era Ada* RN. mmmrhmt of the Vugis* Nurse Assn. of Dade County. Qeening address was by Mrs. Me*er Herri, BioCk Wffl le Memoriofzed Blik branch of Farband. in Beth Band Commotion, will be J"^ presMfent of the bospmi J'fSchool of Practical Sars ing Grminjs were extended bTw £sr^ M oaM suui ~s Awarding of the -*. Buhk m moriaI eUa* formed Z u ^ evaim JaB %  TMS ^ CarewnF *~. EnunuEl. -e lo, f edUCatWn %  %  Yldd P~ J J Schwam ing and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of 8.30 PML Poqe S B I extended by W Wn]Wtloo ^ ^ ^^ M group* here, will bold a Hen*Also EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR 'KITCHEN r\ A U N DRY /^BATHROOM •A FOt MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES Yes, Kosher and Parve VEl makes dishes shine without washing ar wiping — don't wash, just soak; don't wipe, just rinse. And no Burn" to hands with VEL $AJAX FOt POTS AND PAN* AND SINKS Kosher and Parvo AJAX doom sinks, pots, pans, bathroo ms up to twice as easy, twice as fast. .. thanks to "FOAMING ACTION It floats dirt and grease right down the drain! $FAB POt FAMILY lAUNDtY Great New Formula FAB contains More Active Dirt tomovr than any wsf •*** leading product, pluav net one, bat two fthe meet effective whitening ingredient, ever discovered! Yet Fab actually milder to hands man lead•ng floating soaps.



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, June 22, 1956_ lay lisTRaf f el Met Lnce at Young [udaea Affair then Marcia Raffcl went to a nK Judaea leader's meeting December, she didn't know r d ^ meeting her future husu NOW. she and Morton S. LevL re planning a candlelight cereI [ 0r their Sept. 1 wedding. u r s Raffel'fl engagement is be, -mounced by her parents, Mr. \ MrJacK Raff el. 2740 SW C -t formerly of Chicago. | A graduate of the University of I'm, Marcia is now employed dio statien WIOD. While in i.e she VfM a member of Iota .|, a pi social sorority and Gam, Alpha i In advertising sorority. served as assistant editor of I yearbook, "Ibis." Jorton son of Mr. and Mrs. Is Levin, 2575 SW 24th ave willed schools in Baltimore and 'duatfl 11 "Hi Miami Technical ,School An Army veteran, he .urreiitly studying at the, Uni 2j 0 | Miami and is a part emplo>ee of Sears Roebuck. ***&> Fkr/cton Paqe 9 B liss Tenenbom, lentist Engaged In \il( line Tenenbom, 16 Belle Ulan Beach, and formerly Paver i I i announces the gement nl her daughter, Diane Dr. Ernest M. Halpryn. son Mr .in I Mrs. Julius Halpryn. |p York City. is the daughter of the late itum Tenenbom, Davenport. luate of Davenport i Schiml. received her Bach br"< degree in Kducation at the %  enity ol Miami and was a Wnber of Mpha F.psilon Phi sorjjly, Phi Delta Pi educational orary, II. nor Court and served election Ixiard at the uni%  sityHalpryn received hja AB and degree • at New York UnivcrHe interned at Marine hospiNew Orleans, La., and served Navy He is a member of na Epsilon Delta and Alpha ga dental fraternities and ticti in Hialeah couple are planning an Aug. Iwedduu in Miami Beach. fames Rosenberg nancee from Neb. [Miami Beach attorney James A. denbertf iencaged to a Nebrasgirl. Jn\ Dubinsky. Her parla, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dubinsky. %  coin. \. %  !>.. are announcing nr betrothal prospective bridegroom is ison of the Robert Rodenbergs, *1 t H.i Harbor dr., Miami ch. Hi-* Dubinsky has been on the hV I both Wellesley Poland Northwestern University. will I, graduated from me ner next Decembar. Alpha EpsiiPhi I. her sorority. *r. lodenberg is an alumnus of University of Miami law ol He served in the office of Staff Judge Advocate, USAF, in tincountry and England %  graduation. He is a t>er of Phi Delta Phi and Pi bda Phi. Rosenbaums Tell Rita's Betrothal August will bring Rita Rosenbaum her wedding ring. She is the bride-to-be of Robert M. Swedroe. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rosenbaum. 7747 Atlantic Way, Miami Beach, are announcing their daughters betrothal to the son of Mr. and •MiHarris Swedroe. New York. Miss Rosenbaum attended Miami Beach High School, Stephens College and the University of Miami. She is a junior in the department of psychology at Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pitts| burgh. Mr. Swedroe attended high school in New York and now is .studying architecture at Carnegie Tech. He is a member of Beta Sigma Phi and the student division of the American Institute of Architects. MISS MARCIA KAFHL MISS DIANf UNtNBOM MISS MIA ROSINBAUM MISS SANDRA WHITMAN MISS MARSHA CAM10R [MARGARETEN iCKEN SOUPS / '' pkk* chicken soups. .^ WHh HaUohJals Krephth iJfWjgs. MMISAI Cantor, Sklar


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Fag* 8B Friday. J^, Hirschensohns to Make Home Her* Wilma Fine and Marvin Jerome up her colonial K„ Hirschensohn were married at the home of Mr and Mrs. Irving Spector. 1022 SW 12th st.. June 2. Rab hi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth Da vid Synagogue, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fine. 979 SW 4th st.. was given in marriage by her father. She chose a ballerina length gown of chantilly lace over slipper satin and a fingertip veil of pure silk illusion. Stephanotis, white carnations and a white orchid made 'her colonial bouq Uet Mrs. L M. Dock wl, honor for her n.ece L^' and She,la So.cn were ft. The bndegr,H,m ,, g Mr. and Mrs. Albert IW 2420 Granada blvd.. ffi Morton Zigelsky attended best man. William Dock Spector and Jerry SpW A reception at the Sna. ZJr l !r e u ,h %  "* %  •£ After the honeymoon the r will make their home in M MKS. GIB AID KKAVIT1 MKS. UIHU SCHEPPS MKS. MAKVIN MRSCNENSONN Joan Picks Veil Of Three Tiers groom. She wore a street le toast lace sheath d MRS. AtERTON CITTIS MKS. LAWkENCE MAKKS 280 Guests See Merle Jacobs Sav Her Vows Dilner and Marks On Jamaica Trip Honeymooning in Jamaica are Rabbi Joseph Narot ^L newly weds Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence them at Temple Israel at 4 M. Mark".. | Sunday. A reception follow*' The bride, the former Roberta ceremony at the home of Mr Karbara Dilner. is the daughter of Mr Sa !" <'l Marks, parent,, Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Dilner. of ^"T' ^ "" M 800 Cremona ave.. Coral Gables. SW !" ave The bride wore a lace length dress with three-qu sleeves and a bustle back. Joan Portganfl and Klihu M sweetheart roses entwined with %  carried a Bible with white i Scbeppi spoke their wedding vows ivy. Her matron of honor M before Rabbi Arthur T. Buch in a The bridegroom is the son of -. „,.,',., candlelight ceremony at The Plaza. Mr and Mrs. Lsadore Schepps. Fair New York City. May 27. Lawn. N.J.. and Helen-Mar apartThe bride is the daughter of mei.ts. Miami Beach. V. ilium H. Fortgang. 1646 SW 14th tfSXSrJZittZ E Her Bridal Gown Is of Sheer Silk lather. Miss Estabell Herscovitz and Mir Victorian styled gown of Merton Getiis. who met in Miami peau de soie had a draped necki as t December, were married Sunline, shirred sleeves, and a sweep day. train. The ceremony took place at 3 Her three-tiered elbow-length pm j n Temple Emanuel. Lake veil of illusion fell from a Dior Hollingsworth, Lakeland. Rabbi coronet of pearls and brilliants and Alexander Gelberman officiated, she carried two white orchids and The bridegroom is son of Mr. stephanotis. ., n( j j^ rh Stanley II Gettis, 1565! Mrs. Sidney Offit. cousin of the Collins are.. Miami Beach. The bride from New York, was matron brides parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe' ot honor Her pink pe" de soie Herscovitz. live in Lakeland. gown reflected the lines of the. The bridal gown of sheer silk bridal gown. y made with chapel train caught | She carried pale and dark pink up in puffs to just below the waistAfrican daisies, carnations ..nd line. The veil was lield to a cap of matching lace. The bride carried a white Bible with baby orchids and lilies-of theThe 280 Kue-ts who attended the of white imported chantilly lace' After a wedding trip to Nassau, valley. Justin Gettis. of Miami Beach. Saturday wedding of Merle Joy and tulle over satin. The lace the couple will be at home June 24 Jacobs and Gerald Kravct? spent bodice and long sleeves were em' a t 966 SW 10th st. Both will coning weekend at the Karmel hotel. I.roulered with seed pearU and tinue their studies at the Univer!• %  h Sheldrake. \Y. where the iridescent sequins The town had sity of Miami. I ,,| e met |a chapel train. Her French illusion. ._ fingertip veil fell from a lace tiara "The ceremony took place *t trimmed%.th ised peil! 3 p.m. Saturday in the hotel. She carried a Bible with a cas< wned by the hnde*s parents, cading bouquet of white orchids Mr and Mrs. Julius .la.ol>Their and lilies-of the valley. Miami home is at 966 SW 10th st. June Carole Jacobs, the bride's was best man for his brother. Ushers were Irving HerrLs. Coral Gables; Bob Herris. Miami, brothers of the bride; and Stanley H. Gettis jr.. of Miami Beach, the bridegroom's brother. Miss Brunell Berthe, of Lakeland, the bride's cousin, was maid of honor. Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Don I .a/are. active member of Justin Gettis. Mrs Irving Herris Lazare to Head Young Adult League MISS CAK01E lEVUff Mr. Kravetz' parents are Mr. and'only sister, wore a bouffant pink ,he Youn 8 Adult League, the and Mrs. Bob Herris Garden Party Sit Of Her Betrothal A garden party and recepq at the Miami Beach home of parents last week served as a I ting for announcement of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Klayne Herns and Shelley Get-! gagement of Carole Anne Li (enter, was recently elected presi tis were flower girl*. land Stuart I. Garber. Cleveland.) dent of the group. The reception was held in the The couple met when he can Other officers who will help temple. A dinner for the family Miami Beach for vacation toj i e her in marriage They also Aaron, the hi-idcgroom\ brothercarr > ,hr(, ugh the organizations in Lakeland Yaeht club followed, afo. entertained at the reception which in-laW. Robert SHffitetn, his roU sf rngra 1 m f(,r %  "ming year are After a wedding trip to Mexico! Miss Urine is the daughter! Leon Livingstone, vice president; the couple will live at 835 83rd st.. Mr. and Mrs Bruce L*vine. r N. Meridian ave Mr Garber$| ents are the Harvej J R<'.| Clevelan "'' night for a business session and d Mrs Simon Rein ,rvin 8 ton came here on their flrat N.J. Mr Rosen's parents are Dr. h enga g e ment party and and Mrs. Baphael Rosen, 7725 h n VtU .,> Roc hotel.l Byron ave. Miami Beach. sta >" n 8 at ^ c Kth Miss Rein is a graduate of Cornell I ruversity. where she became a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She now lives in Washington. D.C. Her fiance received his Bachelors degree In electrical engineer-; ing from Cornell and makes his home in Arlington. Va. A VtW CARANAS RJU AVAUARIE lor the remainder of Summer Season or Monthly Rental Rates. Caff BEL-AIRE HOTEL Un4r New Atenageasent UN 6 6511 Sociaf Gatherings I of AH Kinds wi£>5S # amp Ulqh land SEIRIN0, FLORIDA tH hour, from Miami All • otivitiai including horseback riding J.wiihAmtrican cut. •me Accredited member of American Camn,n 0 Aa.n ENROLLMENT CLOSED trapt for a few 2 -week period* Phone UN 6 1694 ESTABLISHED CONGREGATION wants CAPABLE CANTOR for HIGH HOLY DAYS STATE ACE AND REMUNERATION eVVrte: I M, R0X 2971, MIAMI II portie* weddings loncheo reception* o. nrryalii Jl • aMl SA>



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I 2 n J *.f\JU< oman s "World Btrtha and Leonard Alms are leaving for New York, with their eventual destination summer camps in Maine. They will escort their children, Marcalla and Leonard, Jr., to camp and then return to Gotham Town for a short stay. Next stop is Asheville, N.C., for the July 4 [e of Frank!* Wolfson and Jack Waxanburg. Incidentally "at scheduled to host a pre-nupUal breakfast for the couple ,'diys earlier at Asheville country club. 'flKV plan to return to Miami Beach shortly thereafter to i the summer here with daughter Linda. rjMjfcjng of the Wor*aon-Waxnbi#rt wedding, the bride-elect ,(£ center of attraction at a shower m Westview country ,lat week, with aunts Mrs. Sidney Moymand Mrs. William sharing the honors as hostesses. 7nkit' R'ft was a rolling pin significantly ensconsed on a w a pn,n Guests included her mother, Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, jom-to'' s mother, Mrs. A. W. Waxanburg, and Mrs. Louis Wolfs" %  iiting .it hostess duties were Mrs. Meyers" daughter. Mrs. (Bobbi) Schtchtar, Mrs. Charles (Pat).Goldstein, Mrs. Richard Wolfson and Mrs. Philip (Nora) Wolfson. >>>>>>>* ... "r daughter. Elaine, was honored by Mr. and Mrs. David Friday, following her graduation from the Diversity ol Site was the Lucerne hotel. %  font left Monday for Tyler Hill Camp in the Poconos. where <* a counselor for the summer. fiends have been expecting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rivklnd back 'moment, following their ten-day cruise aboard the SS fcvan* were accompanied by the Martin Moldoffs, with the iti"*luding Dominican Republic. Haiti and Jamaica. ton ave.'s Mr.'end Mrs/sydney Goldberg are motoring *r* along the Eastern seaboard. ^t'nat.on is New Yor k. where they plan to attend the wed!* heir daughter, stage star Dolores Stton. at the end of *>*r p| ar s ca j, for ^^ 0# t0 nation with her sister Mrs. ** t her summer home near Lake George. Syd intends to Miami Beach after the wedding. 5^wiislbJEI|.oiciidliiaun £i!***!fc W Spisors at Local Function" Mrs Moses p. Judiln) £ will pin new 1056 Sponsors of srao Monday a, tho Sp,,,,,,,^ ,,, at the home of Mrs Samuel T. (Carrie) Sapiro. Mrs. Sam Kost, chairman of the Greater Miami chapter of Sponsors Of Israel, called on all women who nave not ye( renewed their Spon^"r-htp for this year "to step for word now in honor of one of world Jewry's greatest leaders, .\| r Epstein." Working with Mrs. Boat and Mrs. Sapiro on the planning committee for the meeting are Mrs Louis Goldman, chairman ol "Women for Israel Month:" Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the women's division; Mrs. Monte Selig. honorary chairman; Mrs. Max Weitt, pro gram chairman: and Mrs. I/iuis Glasser, member of the national executive committee of the women 's division. The tea will precede hy one day Monday's 11 a.m. brunch at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Epstein, guest of honor, will report on the World Zionist Congress at that session. Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty) Sakrais. 1956 (hen co-chairman for Greater Miami, will make her long awaited report on her recent visit to Israel at Tuesday's meeting. Mrs. Goldman pointed out that attendance is open to all women who sell or buy at least one State of Israel Bond during June, "Women for Israel Month." "Although it is perfecly understandahle that not all women can huy SI .000 bonds to become Sponots, I feel certain %  every Jewish woman in Greater Miami can sell or huy at least a $100 Israel Bond this month," Mrs. Goldman said. Luther Adler and Sam Jaffe, internationally known stars of stage and screen, will offer a dramatic presentation. Now appearing at the Roosevelt Theater, they are appearing through the cooperation of Sam Hirsch. Both are rememhered for top-notch Hollywood and Broadway performances through the years. The boys' choir of the Hebrew Academy, under the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag, also will appear on the program. Mrs. Max (Sybil) Weitz is program chairman of the "You Are There" meeting Tuesday. Working with Mrs. Goldman on the meeting are Mrs. Harry Platoff, co-chairman for Chen with Mrs. Sakrais, Mrs. Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Rose KasOW, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Frieda Kaktein, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Matilda Moser. Mrs. Anna Wolf Hirschmann. Mrs. Irwin Liss, Mrs. Oscar Sindell and Israel Bonds chairmen of some 54 organizations in Greater Miami. Las. minute telephone calls to Greater Miami women to attend Tuesday's -You Are There" meeting on Israel at the Algiers hotel are made by (left to right) Mrs. Sophia Kranlz Mrs. Fannie Brown. Mrs. Solomon Halperin and Mrs. Ida Bookspan. All are members of Pioneer Women's Committeec for State of Israel Bonds. B'nai B'rith Women Will Send 100 Delegates to Confab Opening Friday B'nai B'rith'Women of South gMta -J* ** !" £ Florida are sending over 100 delegates from 11 chapters to Richmond. Va.. to attend the annual convention of B'nai B'rith Women of District 5. Convention will he held at the John Marshall hotel starting Friday and continuing through June 26. Keynote speaker will be Ph. I.p Klu.zn.ck. of Park '"'*• ;; president of the supreme lodge .f Kai B'rith. international govern^Simultaneous scs>ins will be he'd by the Men's District Grand I/xtee 5. with approximately iw delegates from South Florida atdcltlsaies of M|a S^wS. be A S.c P d as District ^Arthur G. Laufman, of ChicagTn^ona. director of womens .in" %  %  .. ... Women's Supreme Council, will attend all sessions of the women's convention. The Women's Supreme Council is the national governing body for 150.000 women throughout the United States and Canada. Mrs. Michael Shapiro, of Washington. DC. president of District 5 B'nai B'rith Women, will preside. District 5 represents approximately 9 300 women in 43 chapters in the states of Maryland. District of Columbia. Virginia. North Carolina. Georgia and Florida. Reports will be given by presidents on the work done by their individual chapters during the past year. A skit. "The Cavalcade of OverSubscription," wrilt.en and directed by Mrs. William Hechler, Coral MM. SAM HOST Former Pole Extols Meaning of Flag Wednesday's meeting of Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian Sisters, included the observance of Flag Day. A special feature of the program was an address by Mrs. Sidney Fagin. who spoke on "The Real Meaning of Our Flag." A former resident of Poland, lira. Fagin is celebrating the tenth anniversary of her arrival in this country. Local Woman Wills $10,000 to Hebrew Univ. at Jerusalem A bequest of $10,000 to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was announced here Wednesday under terms of the will of the late Mrs channah Spector Goren. The funds will provide two annual S500 scholarships for a ten year period to honor students enrolled in the Hebrew University's Institute of Jewish Studies. The scholarship fund, to be established in the name of Mrs. Goren and her husband, Oscar, pioneers in radio work in New York and Philadelphia, was made public by Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, 5901 N. Bayshore dr., chairman of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Mrs. Rubin disclosed that the funds are being donated to the Jerusalem university at the specific direction of the late Mrs. Goren's executrix, her sister, Mrs. Shushannah Greenberg, 327 Saatander ave., Coral Gables. Mrs. Goren died June 21, 1952 rn Israel, where she had gone to inspect one of .the homes for Jew sh orphans brought from Europe to Israel, at Kvutzat-Schiler near. Rehovot, which she had helped establish. She had become interested in the plight of refugee children during a trip she made to Europe in 1945 with her sister, Mrs. Greenberg, an active member of the Miami chapter. Gables chapter, and featuring Mrs. Peter Glazer, Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Mrs. George Baltuch and Mrs. Hechler, will be presented. Mrs. Murray Lazarus will conduct memorial services for departed members.


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Page 2 A +Jmi*t> nark/iar FridQ y. June 22 35 Students on Monticello Honor Roil Thirty-fivo students have been Wexler. Barry ;,,,,, .1 en the honor roll of seholRaskin. Paul Lambert*' Meyer i.i^. man Mtk achievement at the religious Michael Schwartt "n •-cho.l ..f Monticello Park CongreBarry Webber, ]: aV d on. according to an announceMarlene Williams M* i ment this week. Sally Blonder. Jonny E Named to the honor roll were cn virkrww o Marlme Lntar, Barry Corlin. Allen „,,' R nnie *"* %  Kahn. Sarr Blum.son. Barry Diamond. Sharon Sigmond. Debra Neil C'haykin, Sheldon B.i bushkin, Aaron Abramowitz, Morton Schwab. Anne Bergman Alan Weiss, Harry Lie liter. HarMORTGAGES $500,000 Private MM.. CHAS. HIME y| rip, Khun. Alton Fisher, Jeffrey ^•' %  ••"••it er Caastraetieji i^, Laan. Prederic 8u S hfcin. Steven coJSiS. IrViGJi "J?" l'arzen. .Tarnes Mandel. Marshal! Make Leans onTst er & fl Unlimited Intwroact r,i," Phone 9-3444 Members of 1956 graduating class of Hebrew Academy include (left to right) front row Jerrold Selevan, Adina Stadlan. Dorothy Naness Sara Gili. Eileen Nussbaum and Lester Fensterheim. Middle row are robert Gropper. Jay Makovsky. Jay Miller. Hillel Glover. Jay Sachs. Sheldon Ciment and Jack Shapiro. Top row are Stuart Kimmel, Elliott Katz. Michael Resnik, Perry Ciment and Martin Katz. Not shown is Leonard Finkelstein. Center are Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal, and faculty members Rabbi Morris Horovitz and Alfred Cosman. Ouster of Sharett Seen Return to Tougher' Pciicy for Arabs Continued from Paoe 1 A its "tough" attitude toward the Arab nations. Sharett's resignation Monday, according to observers here, >hows that moderation is not the remper of the Israel government Today and that while every ef'ort wiil continue to be made in the direction of peace, Ben Gurlon wants no official "go easy" spokesman in his cabinet. The woman who succeeds him was born in Kiev, came to the United States at the age of eight. subsequently joined the Milwaukee school system and went to Palestine with her Zionist leader husband at the age of 23. Although Bon Gurion has asked Sharett to take on the leadership of the majority Mapai party, Sharett has refused. According to Arch Parson, Jr., foreign correspondent in Israel of the New York Herald Tribune, he has also refused to pit himself directly against Ben Gurion in an all-out battle for power to avoid "a major upheaval in the Israeli government at a critical point in its existence." The nine-man central committee of Mapai announced a 35-7 party vote to oust Sharett from his post. There were 47 abstentions, which Mr. Sharett considers a major victory on his part. He will remain a member of the Knesset. Iff* R**hnn Mf.lt.tW ••01 STOII 417 WmakimmHm Ate., Miaiai leech Da.iMaa 'oar* amd fifth Sfs. MONKW ftfUOMMIS SUPPLIES fr 5m|i|in and Private Use Alse U* tiariu, tcbeaia C-I>D -we TeNahaa %  Jf 1-tot/ %  AMI MORRtt FMKHTER c"nc-"**,e NORM \\ WoVqaqeCom/ia; Quick action. Free inspection Phone 90667 PLAZA BIDG. 245 S. E1SI Jt GI ASS F01 IVI Y PURPOSE V fc %  ** ** STOtl FRONT PtATI and WINDOW ClAU fmrmitun Toms, Battled Mirrors and tesifverina Our SptciJr, L. & G. CJass and Mirror Works! 134 S.W. ttm STMET MUrrit Orlim PHONE FR 3-27M1 Prescription Specialists 350 LINCOLN IOAD Eafrowce • %  WasJnnefoN Aveeee Pbe*e it 17425 132* IISCATNI BOULEVARD Acresj rrea> Soar* Free Parkin* in tear Pttoae 82-20*1 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED CONTACT LENSES State Department Urged to Check ^ ^ Activity Against Jews in the U.S. I ^^Z^^MAJ 0ME Continued from Page 1 A men in their purchasein the United State* made DM* sible by U.S. economic a--i-'ance to MM h state-: 3 To prutc-t directly to these Arab countries and in the I'ruled Nations their refusal to issue entry or transit Vim to American citizens solelj ReWMM oi their religion. Mr Kountree expressed the State Department 'i disapproval of the discriminatory practices bill fMH no assurance Lhat any PLsblk "I cltedivr pi.,|e-t would in made Following the martini. ATTENTION INVESTORS \ WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING 1st end 2nd MORTGAGES THAT WILL NET YOU 8'. and 10*. PER ANNUM. Mr. Hinw Phone 9-3444. L~^N_-'W^W^V^' Stand Up and Be Counted IN THIS HOUR OF CRISIS FOR ISRAEL invest in ISBIAKL HOXHS Call Mayshie-JE 8-4969 Dr. Goldstein stated on behalf of the delegation: "The failure of the State Department to take appropriate action does not mean the end of ihis matter. We intend to let the American people know that the State Department %  unwilling to make effective protest against a well-organized and intensive campaign by the Arab* against American Jews" Dr Goldstein added that American taxpayers will particularly resent the fact that their tax dollars are being used to import anti Semitism into this country and to make it possible for Arab stateto carry on their boycott in the Tinted Stateanain-t American citi/en-o|el> bOORUM oi their religion. 335 SJN. 12* Ave. LEO AUDI, Director Ph. FR 4-5437 end M27l| ia Care to f*e EJderfv mad Carea/celly Iff I COLORED DAY WORKERS S6 A FARE HIGH TYPE DOMESTIC MAWS COLORED HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS AVAILABLE ~. n !" ~ A$ M0 !" 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Page 4B 'JmlsiincrkHbr J3 ar JHitz Howard, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hummel, was Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, June 16, of Zamora Jewish Center. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz officiated. Two Will be Bar Mitzvah Here Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lifland. 110 SW 21st rd.. Miami, will kNOM Bar Mitzvah during Sabbath BMrmlng larviaaa in a double Bu Mitzvah ceremony with Konald. son ol Mr. and MrHareld Priaet, 2241 SW Ltth ter. at Beth David Congregation. Hutilii Vuakov HOMIIIHTK will officiate, with Cantor William Lipson redffaring the musical portions of the liturgy. The l.itland and Prince families will be hosts at Kiddush Saturday morning Mitchell is an eighth grade atudent at Shenandoah Junior Hijjh School and has been attending Beth D.-nid religion! Kbool for the past three year* He i* a mem her ol the Tabs and Tcllin club and the Boy Scout* of America. Out-of town guests will include .units and uncles Mr. and MrII FhUTfe, Mr and Mrs M. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. J. Binder and Mr. and Mrs B. Kaufman, all from Brooklyn, N Y Konald is a ninth grade student :ii Shenandoah Junior High School and habeen studying Hebrew for the p.i-t three fM W, He, ton. ia member of the Tabs and Tetilin club and the Boj Scoutof America, in addition to the Boys Youth club Out of Town i^ueMwill be his aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. L Prince, of Providence. K.I. Kenneth Alan, son ol Dr. and Mrs. Murray M. Zinner. will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, June 23. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ofliciate. Kenneth is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Bar Mitzvah is Eighth Grader Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Foster, 1155 North Biscayne pi. rd., will celebrate InBar Mitzvah at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute on Saturday, June 23. Rabbi Isaac Ever will deliver the charge and speak on: "The Multitudes of a Young and Vigorous People." A reception in the synagogue will follow the services. The cele1 brant is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and 1in the graduating class at Agudath harael Hebrew fail it 11 te religious schavl. Kenneth Seid Bar Mitzvah Kenneth Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seid, 4460 SW 1st st., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. June 23, at Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center.Kenneth has been a pupil at Flagler-Granada religious school for the past three years. He has received the Fisher award lor scholastic work. Kenneth attends Kinloch Pa** Junior High School, where he is on the honor roll and is also a member of the band. Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate fcgol (/nveiliag • he Dedication ,,f >. to the Memory of CT Jot $i 8Al formerly .,[ LAVV M I A M>M \, J P "-' "t Mr. 5M.1 „ .,,,, Monument r,,,,., charge ol .0,...-,-,„„.,.?" %  Wttve. areukedtt>3 In Memoriar Dear Uncle Jerry: I miss you mors ^ day. It is hard to belli June 25th will be a yi since you went to with God. Grandma, Grandpatp Mommy miss you &o v much. MelodyeHopeWi Prominent Guests Honor Jeffrey Elliott David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Segal will become Bar Mitzvah at Saturday morning services of Beth Raphael Congregation, where his grandlather, Samuel Segal, is an officer. Elliott David is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Rabbi Ar ie Becker will officiate. federation Meeting Called Howard Kane, newly elected president, HM rilled the iir-t of* ficial meeting of the Greater Mia nu Jewi>h Federation board m nori for Wednesdaj evening, 27, at the Algieri hotel Jeffrey Comanor was Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning -crvices, .Hinc 16. at Temple Israel. Over 100 prominent gues t a, including leaden In the rahhinate, local and national philanthropy, Hade county planning and social sendee work, heard Jeffrey read from the Torah and accept the charge from Rabbi Joseph Narot, who officiated The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr and Mrs. Albert Comanoc, 5330 N Kendall dr. and is in the eighth frada M Ponca de Leon Junior High School. Guests at the reception which followed included his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Benja-1 min J. Levin. SMNO YOUR VACATM WJ L BLUl KIDGl MOUNUM The HorowH Kosher Inn 331 1st AVENUE. W. HENDERSONVIUE, NX 34th Seosoa Fine Kosher foods presort! ii| American Style by txsjrt Writs or ahonr 9206 for r KNI. All rooms with prntk] connecting bath. Alt* ed tt owtside guests. Under Personal Svpenritiw 1 Mrs. A. Hert*lfi LEGAL NOTICE Howard m son of Mr. and Mrs. Snoweiss, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El Saturday, June 23. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Howard is an eighth grade student at Miami Beach High and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. 1 during the ceremony. Reception ; given by parents of the Bar Mitzvah will follow. Mrs. Sophie Seid, grandmother of New York City, will be among: out-of-town guesU. • Kenneth will chant from the Torah and the traditional Maftir. after which he will"" address the congregation. Memorial Meet For Dr. Shatzky I Committee. Histadrut, Workmen's I Circle. Labor Zionist organizations Memorial meeting lor Dr Jacob and editor, died in New York June and Hebrew Teachers Assn. k> will be held here Saturday 13 at the age of 62. He v...I lte-i Dr. Shatzky wan librarian for the evening %  < the Workman'! Circle gjoenl visitor to this area. 'New York state Payahitrk buttLyceum. 25 Washington tea Participating in the memorial tute, acquiring the personal libralir Shatzk] renowned author will be the Greater Miami YIVO ry of the late Dr. Sigmund Freud it's smart... it's handy... it costs no ...the WINEY BORSCH! in the WINE DECANTER At last, thanks to Rokeach. Borscht becomes "beautiful" to serve with the new exclusive re-usable ROKEACH decanter. Just the thing ... you'll be so delighted to serve it right at the table ... a treat you and your family will enjoy more than ever... MENU SUGGESTION: For tempting summer meals-serve ROKEACH Rtdi JetUd Gtfrtttt Fish, in a salad, together with Barscbt. or Cream Style Scbav. ^1'99O%0t M Send today for FREE Summer Recipe Folder, Box 711-M, Flushing. NY. I. ROKEACH JL fOMt, Ian., Wow York, M. V., — ocmlnd4a, N. J. -Toranta, Canada *TM IUK0PIAN OMKATK UNQIK JULIUS GUT MANN Son ol the late Famous Cantor and Cempoier I orach Got mo** af Pro, Hu made Miami hii Nome. Rleo Stevens. Oenjjmino Glgll, Laurifi Melch.or were hie partners With his unique method Of singing (beautiful, easy unlimited range). he wants to guide all kind* of singers. IS* S W. 13th St FR s-sew LEGAL NOTtCI IN TMI CIRCUIT COUNT. B4.EV • 1 ENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN?f.MKN KU \*NMS BMYTrt.-PlamtM. I I >\ X SMYTH 1 '• -r. m lant \A SMYTH 1 i] 'i Sti • %  • t .delphla, Pumwh You ar.. notified I,, file .!.•( lug. lo Lhls "nil with !>••• '•'"'." (.'lark, and arrve >A u il vJl ..it n HURRAY 0I>MAN, m I .in. ..in Road, Miami lU-a.-h. r1..rida. tt, l*e\ Hated June IS, l!r. HERMAN, ,k, iii, mi Court II II RICK. -IK (Circuit Court Seal I Hruuly t lerk I. II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMI KLEVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. iat.i4 PA8QU MI: LCONOO, n..lnllff. VI. -Itlti 1,1'ONOO, I >-fenilHnl AMKNDED ORDER TO APPEAR sii..t. IliiHiklMi. 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Page 6 A *Jmls*ncrkl**n ftMqy June ft Beachite-Key Wester Gets Degree from University ot Fieri Mitchell Lewil Kc> Will and Appelrouth. of Miami Beach, Sigma Pi professional business frj ternity. He was also active in the guishrri military <.tuftnt wived his eon,mi„K '* graduated last week from the Ini-! schools ROTC program. He be-J nies following vcr-ity of Florida, receiving nil Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. His major field of study was in distributive industries and market research activitn v Appelrouth s college activities included membership in Delta longed to Scabbard and Blade, hon"Five yecn-3 of distinguished service to Israel" brought this plaque to Mayshie Friedberg, Miami Beach Labor Zionist leader (center) at Sunday's "Workers for Israel" meeting at Waldman's Crown hotel. Saul Ashkenazy (left 1 here presents the award, with Seymour B. Liebman and Richard Gerstein looking on. The Israel Bonds session sent Greater Miami's 1956 sales past the S300.000 mark and highlighted "Israel Security Month." Col. Weizmann Shows Grave Alarm Over Communist Arms in Near East me 1 %  rten of the State <; Israel Bond* campaign Sunday beard three appealfor aid to Israel in aa mans divergenl formThe volunteer workeras-emhled at Waldman Crown hotel to honIGamJ Beach Labor Zionist Friedberg and to welcoi Etei Weizmann. Bonnie Buthfield, Mark Medoff. Alan Ho--. Boh Marcii-. Alan Steinman, Paul Fleischer. Richard Jacobs and Alan Cooper.smith. Sidney Glazier, city manager of the I-ra.l Bondorganization, was f' ted on the eve of his departure to Israel. Seymour B. Liebman. a member of the national hoard of governors of the Israel Bonds organization, moderated the panel discussion. Chairman Jacob Sher of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds noted there i-till plenty of time in Israel Security Month for this area to achieve its goal. 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tew^JvFloridlHan Combining THE RWISH UNITY and THE JEWBH WEEKLY %  tune 30 Number 25 MfmiJTorida, Friday. June 22, 1956 Price 20* V Ouster of Sharett Seen as Return Of 'Tougher' Policy Toward Arabs; Minister Views Vote Personal Victory Special JERUSALEM-The seesaw of political strength has once again been tested here. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett resigned his post Monday. Minister of Labor Golda Myerson succeeds him. Signs of the change have been for some time visible in Israel's capital, with behind-the-scenes talk sifting V AIIMI ON MAD US! CONTKOVtRSY Shepilov Disappoints Cafro With Red Silent Treatment Special CAIRO New Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov, who suc-j ceeded old guard leader V. II. MolotOV to power in a lightening move several weeks ago, arrived here Monday in time to participate in Egyp-' tian ceremonies which saw the raising of the Egyptian flay over the i Sue/, (anal Zone—in the same spot where England's Union Jack had flown for over 75 years. In an address Monday. Shepilov told Egypt's leaders that Moscow is seeking improved relations with MKS. SOLD A MY I R SON Once a Scheel Teochrr ((U SED OF DISCOURTESY 1 tiles Explains 9 Refusal to See 16 Congressmen on Peace Issue; Rep. Cellar Questions Motives [WASHINGTON (JTA) — The ite Department "explained" P'edncsd.r. a refusal by Secre1 of State John Foster Dulles receive .i group of 10 New Democratic members of agress who wanted to see him the Arab Israel issue Rep. anuel (Teller, dean of the deleon. said the group "questionI Secretary Dulles' motives" in sing to see them. Explaining the refusal. State tment spokesman Lincoln %  |t. said that Secretary Dulles b that reception of New York ratic Congressmen on the el issue might establish a edent by which he would to see delegations from the w 47 slates. Secretary Dulles I clear that because of lack lime he could not see indivistate delegations, but was • see any group of Republicans or Democrats selected on a nationwide basis, Mi White said. Accusing Secretary Dulles of "discourtesy," the lt> Congressmen said in a statement that he had given no reason bul had arbitrarily refused to grant the requested appointment The statement held that Mr. Dulles "cannot face the challenge of meeting 16 members face to face, most particularly when he ia anjU aware that this delegation is thoroughly cognizant of the issues at stake and their relation to the maintenance of peace be tween Israel and the Arab states. "The 16 members of this Congressional unit have together explored this problem and have unanimously arrived at the central conclusion that the most concrete step that can be taken for Continued on Pat* 5 A Hn West—but that it will not do so at the expense of the Arab nations Shepilov said that Arab friendship "comes first." Portraying Russia as "the natural friend and ally of dependent peoples everywhere." he insisted that his government does notlike the West—"seek tor itself %  ny special benefits or advantages in the Middle East Shepilov hinted that Russia iprepared to offer Egypt economic ,-n.i Tins w;.s m use with Western si-t Cairo in the Aswan dam project Hut shepilov disappointed strongman Col. Nasser when he stood silent on the Israel-Arab dispute, refusing t lake side-. ISRAELIS BOOTED NO CONFIDENCE NIXED JERUSALEM — Prime Minister David Ben Gurion Tuesday night beat down a motion of no confidence in his government. The vote was 65 to 20, with six abstentions. Talks to Ease Emigration Ban CASABLANCA (JTAi— Negotiations were started last weekend with the Moroccan Government in an attempt to secure partial restoration of organized emigration ol Jews from Morocco to Israel, it was learned here Wednesday. The outcome ot these negotiations will not be known for several days. In the meantime, it was officially confirmed here that more than 30, Israeli citizens attached to various, Jewish organizations in Morocco have been ordered to leave the country within eight days. They include leading members of the staff of Kadimah. the institution which directed Jewish emigration from Morocco and which was dissolved last week by order of the Moroccan Government. out into this city and across to Western leaders. Mr. Sharett's resignation brought to the fore a rift In policy between him and the man with whom he has worked closely for some 25 years— Prime Minister David Ben Burion. The seesaw had first turned when Ben Gurion left the Prime Minister's spot several years ago to "retire" to Sde Boker, southern point in Israel's Negev. At that time, Ben Gurion's resignation was interpreted as the elder statesman's desire to serve as a symbol for Israeli youth "to take to the land"— to leave the Jewish State's overcrowded cities for its sparsely populated hinterlands and to take up an agricultural life. In reality, observers saw the retirement as a deposition and the culmination of a government battle, which Ben Gurion lost. The temper of Israel had swung from his "hard-fisted" attitude toward the Arabs to one of moderation, which Mr. Sharett represented. Ben Gurion's subsequent return to power, with Sharett again taking on the duties of Foreign Minister, indicated Israel's desire to resume Continued on Page 2 A MOSM SHARfrr %  • • T#r %  VWeawVtly DHAHRAN AIR FORCE BASEJSJTWSSEDJ|^)m^ STATE DEPARTMENT URGED TO CHECK ARAB ACTION WASHINGTON (JTA>—A delegation representing the American Jewish Congress and the National Community Relations Advisory Council, met here with the Acting Assistant Secretary of Ej jMl HEMBERSHI? BASED 0M NONAFEJ UAWtj ionist Group Considers New Organization j u.. w„ rnnuress with regard VORK (JTA) — Uncial Problem committee on organization A decision to appoint a "to consider "f forming a national membership •jtion based on the principle of non-affilia*'h Israeli political parties." was adopted at a "ng held here under the auspices ol the Inde* Zionist Group of America under the chair P ol Judge Louis E. Levinthal of Philadelphia k" in thai reported to the meeting, held at Astoria hotel, on the proceedings of the World Zionist Congress and emphasised the gfe3SSSSS| Continued on Paoe A State for Near Eastern Affairs. William M. Rountree, to make formal complaint against continued Arab violation of the rights of American citizens. The delegation, headed by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the AJC. urged the State Department to take action to halt these abuses. The delegation particularly called to Mr. Rountrees attention the Dhahran air base lease with Saudi Arabia which provides for the denial of entry to the base of persons deemed "objectionable" by Saudi Arabia. This provision has been interpreted by that Arab country to justifv the exclusion of all United States military and civilian personnel who are Jewish and the interpretation has been accepted by the State Department. The delegation also pointed out that while the United States was granting American dollars to Jordan and other Arab countries as part of the United States foreign aid program, these countries had forbidden their nationals to use such dollars in trade with American Jews. To counteract this discrimination against American Jews, the delegation asked the State Department to adopt the following measures: 1. To instruct George Wadsworth, U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia*" *n>w renegotiating the Dhahfan Air Base lease, to insist upon provisions that would allow the United States to assign military and civilian personnel to that base without regard to their religious affiliations; 2. To prevent Arab states from discriminating against American Jewish businessContinued on Page 2A