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The Jewish Floridian ( June 29, 1956 )

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tewwMortlun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 30—Number 26 t lite Grtzens Councils Seen Thorny Issue To Jews Of South ICRAC Resolution Urges Respect for Low; iposition to Court Compliance is Flayed kANTK' (TTY (JTAV-The predicament in which the Jews in the South find themselves as a result Relations Advisory Council, which conKgn at the tour-day conference of the National Community Jit the Ritz-Carlton hotel early this week. [The Jew, %  aders. representing the American Jewish Congress. Jewish Labor Committee, all nationb r ,us orsanizatioM Jew.sh *ar Veterans and many Jewish community council, werVtold kJews in the South find themselves in the middle of the fight between the "White Citizens Councils" and ICf OPENS Ordination for Women Major |Top:c at Meet UITIC i ITY (JTA) — The lion of whether women should Itrdained as members of the ate and the rising rate of iage among Jews in the [States arc two of the major being discussed at the IWtraal convention of the CenKonference nf American RabNa* organization of Reform which opened here Monday. on the agenda of the conI ire the 'juestions of the %  ship of psychiatry to reliand the caliber of Jewish Ibon in Sunday and religious k RESIGNATION PROTESTS UN FAILURE Ben Gurion Charges Security Council Succumbed to Pressure; Dccares Moral Status Impaired JERl SALEM (JTA)—Western observers, reviewing the dramatic outcome of the Government crisis here this week predicted that a toughening up of Israels attitude toward the Arab States could be expected following the departure of Moshe Sharett from the Israel foreign Ministry. There was general agreement, however, that the ology at the University Ol Mm P wou,d 1 n ot reM,,t in an >' ma Jor Policy changes and that nesota and an authority on minorl""^' f J ons w ^ ** It, and civil rights problems, told ^ s ^"erat.ng inthe conference: nuences. ... Premier David Ben Gurion. adJews HIP M.mewhat suspected dressing the Knesset in the debate in the south of being relatively precipitated by the Shar-tt resigl.beral-minded in regard to civil Mt ton. pledged hi. government to rights, which they are on the aver i policy of peace and to observance age. although many individual of the armistice agreements as far Jews are vicious proponents and as tbey are observed by their Arab practicers of discrimination. In signatories. He strongly reiterated order to avert suspicion, and even his opposition to a ""preventive worse things like boycott, some war" which he characterized as Southern Jewish merchants are -sheer madness." but he made joining the White Citizens" Counclear that Israel would fight ell*, although their relationship is nominal. Nevertheless, race prejuthe Negroes with regard to implementation of the Supreme Court decision against segregation. Dr. Arnold Rose. Professor of Socirepel any Arab aggression. it to He its moral status indicated to manyobservers that Israel, in future, would look less to the United Nations and more to its own potential. It was considered significant that the Premier scolded Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold for failing to make clear in the report on his Middle East mission Israel s declared intention to observe the letter and spirit of the armistice agreements only so long as the other side equally observed them. While Premier Ben Gurion won M. ARNOLD BOSf Jews suspected handily in the three Knesset votes left no doubt that Israel would not which followed the debate precipipermil persistent border viola,a,ed by the shar e" resignation, „ the votes were not construed as t'i go uncha cnged. approval of any major policv The Premier's reference to the change. • In the national Jewish organSecurity Council and his charge Speakers for the parties in th surrender t0 yerba terror coalition, including a leading Ma2A izat.on bv the Arabs had impaired pai >****"* Messed that the resignation was not over a clash dice has a slippery quality, and in some Southern communities the Citizens* Councils are attacking Jews as well as Ni Continued on Pag* convention is also hearing lifting on reports on the Unit-' Wates attitude toward Israel. 1 %  nmomic boycott and discrimi-j PINEAU'S HOVE DROPPED IN TALKS AT WASHINGTON DULLES COLD TO BID FOR UNIFIED POLICY I against American Jewish j bv Arih .•..vnrnmont. nrn.' WASHINGTON (JTA)—French attempts to secure by Arab governjtSMU, P">" |, unified Western poij cv on munitions sales to Israel to combat juven.le dehn-, m ha onc na lon _i,ke France-would not be reand the far reaching implij q U j re d to assume all the responsibility met with a •s of automation. on policy but a protest against the failure of the Western Powers to recognize Sharett's policy of modion and to support it by providing Israel with defensive arms. A Mizrachi Labor spokesman called the resignation "an open. vigorFrench Foreign Minister Christian Pineau ended his tt protest by a peace-taring Visit to Washington. statesman who felt betrayed by the The French diplomat raised this question in his Great Powers. 1 cold shoulder here this week, it was revealed when UHCE SEEN IN CASE Of TERRITORIAL EXCESSES irrnany Hit at Compensation Failure talks with Secretary of State Dulles but Mr. Dulles no comment and the matter was dropped. • M Pineau indicated that no agree nu nt had been reached on the question of arms to the Middle East, and he described the question avery complicated." In London, Foreign SecretaryContinued on Page 11 A — *— SEEK EMERGENCY MEETING JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel Wednesday asked the IsraelJordan Mixed Armistice Commission for n emergency meeting to discuss Jordanian attacks Tuesday on Israeli personnel and property in the Kfar Saba area. ONDON (JTA)—The West German Government's to accord compensation rights to Jews and persons persecuted in territory outside Ger^was hit here in the fifth annual report of the Trust Corporation, successor organization (m the Rntish rone of Germany and the British of Berlin federal Indemnification Law, which was reported amended, provides compensation for German nationals who were victims of Nazism and for victims who resided in Germany before or after the war and who were victims, but has done little for Nazi vie tims in territories occupied by the German armies, the report pointed out. The report also hit the Gen Government's ULANCA (JTA) — The %  n authorities were report" s *eek to have indicted ness to permit the emiof about 4.000 Jews now "*blanca emigration camp *T emigration centers. these emigrants were *w to leave for Israel how* ould not alleviate the J of thousands more who re now Without u„__ Cniprnmcnt These people are now wiuwu d he ^^ Government J5S toTavin. for .a.blanca Jewish cemeteries "<"""> %  • Ffforts to secure the release c a|ms to a i, n g about 45.000 OW of the interned Jews as well as deu „ chomarks had been collected the subsequent "*'" ,, v „„, prgeniTation by the end of T Jonah j. Goldstein (left) shows Eddie Cantor who are affected fc ^ lu 9 New y^ ^^ Ecst Slde# a tapeehy woven a fellow thousands more by the ban on emgiration to Is 1955. the .v reive a bulk settlement of nearly rael issued by the Moroccan Govcei^a J£*m*> ^ >" r ernment. .re be.ng carried on all 32^000 ^ ^ ^ lovel. of the world Jewish com fo munity. resulting confiscatory measures. n ORT school in Israel and presented to him on his seven heth birthday at an ORT-UJA dinner in New York last week. ORT-UIA arrangements chairman Joseph Tuvim, who made SepresentaUonJookson. Nearly $1,000,000 was ra-ed.



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Page 2 A +JeUttk>rkliar) I" dQ y. June White Citizens Councils Seen Thorny Issue to Southern JaBfttftS fcK PM *! t '^IC Vlll&VlId VVUIIIIU #VVii %  wn-j I Auxiliary 243. of Coral Gables, met i" %  '. consolt, ni ; p^ cho jJ marriage co unselor, spok"* Continued from Paa 1 A Southern memhcrs i* directed "toiliary other Amencan loaders have of of our !"!" <"^ !" \^i helpins to rid the United States resolution ^H\ hat it is the re s mrectea ,o^ major Acrn^ heel. vhJota ipoiBibtlitv ot ,11 *%*£ ward asking for understand.ns of hav particularly threatened the ernment ;t even '••' """""" the South and toward opposing ,,„, „ ht v d „ „,„ take a longand obtain e.mipliance wun me public expre-M.'iis >>i -i>PI*>rt lor ,,,„ am1 eounfleow view ol the la*. the Negro and the Supreme foiirt. curr< ,, lt cn Mv th> ire j>layum the Tbfl n etution also a-ked ConSome of the national Jewish lea.l v .,. 11(1 n ,|,, nat collaborationist Krr --. to Hied legislation to safeers have consequently hecome ar IrNV> played m Buropc .luring the goaid rigOU to freedom of the j dent proponents of the moiiera \ :m p,. r ,>cl. National Jewish lead(ranehise. freedom from personal tion' philosophy and among the 9n e aaptCtad to the courts for enforcement of about incipient violence in the tl) it^ at |p' a> moral Mpporl to Constitutional guarantees. It also South These Jewish leaders are lnc ba tt ] P for civil rights." Pro! ra lli>d on the two major political -e-said ^. parties to incorporalcin their platj InaresoludKonthedesegregaforms •***m support th> Sution tssuas ad#?ed at its eonclud preme Cowl decision fcnd W *• Fsnoa, the National Commuthe full power* of all branches of j Relations Advisory Council the Federal government to secure conference emphasized that "reimplementation of the Court a* to keep quiet about the Negro fof aw ord€rl> p roce & and der. problem so as not to draw fire on ^ ^^^^ Qf governm nt „ In an()(hor resolution, the NCRAC prerequ.site to the preservation pledged support of the-nght of a Pearson p. Neanian, organizations contributing to a most serious disservice to the Jewish. crolp as well as to the whole nation, infrny opinion. "Southern Jewish leaders." Prof. Rose declared, "can be expected themselves. But national Jewish leaders have the opportunity that Stand Up and Bo r. IV THIS HOUR OF !$,$ £ ISRAEL llOSi Call Mayshie-JF Ut WORTOAGK $500,000 Private •CHAS.HI Permanent or ConstrecHee N* OU rearl2 Caattrvction or Comoltte*. wm\ Make Leant on 1 4 t or 2ee Unlimited Insuranct F. Phone 9-3444 District 5 B'nai B'rith Resolves Aid Necessary for Court Implementation working for full equality to carry out their legitimate functions free from interference and arbitrary restraint.*' The 'resolution specifically noted that the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People has of New York, has been named chair, man of the national domestic affairs committee of the Ameri-1 can Jewish Committee. Neaman succeeds Murray I. Gurfein. former assistant to the U.S. i I XOKMH m aim \ B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters working wisely and constructively, been banned in several states and chief counsel, the late Supreme throughout Greater Miami sent in cooperation with other national f aces similar action in others for delegated this week to attend the and community forces, to resolve exercising its constitutional right 80th convention of District Grand the human relations problems fmj 0 "invoke judicial process in purLodge 5 meetm in Richmond. Va. plicit in the implementation of the ; su it s of legal objectives Officiallv elected president of Supreme Court decision on public The resolution „\ M on the District Greed Lodge 5 is F. Albert ,h(M)| desegregation; and agencies of government — Federal. I'allott of Miami WHFRFAS the Anti Defamation stat( anf j I^I to fulfill their Court Justice Robert H. Jackson, in the Nuienbeig proceedings. I ffiirttqaoe I Quick action Free mi( Phone 90667 PUZA HOG.. Z45e.ua] George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, chairman of the Anti Defamation League for District 5 and national ADL commissioner, as well as chairman of the Florida advisory hoard of ADL. spearheaded a resolution committee move Tuesday that adopted the following: i WHEREAS the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has been League of B'nai B'rith has been working with the great body of concerned southerners in other religious organizations. Protestant and Catholic, who are similarly devoted to the American tradition of respect for law and order, as well as human dignity; and responsibility to the Constitution by exercising their full authority J to prevent interference with and abridgement of Constitutional lib-, erties and urges upon all citizens, • in recognition that freedom is nidi visible, they protect their own 'freedom by protesting any denial I Prescription Specialists 350 LUeCOUt I0AD Earraaca m Waafciafiaa Awtmm Pbene JE 1-7425 132* inCATNi I0UUVARD Stfei rrem Saari free f.rk/ne in IMT %  *•• 12 2091 OCULISTS' MSCRI*T10NS FILLED CONTACT LENSES WHEREAS the Anti-Defamation of those freedoms to their fellow League of B'nai B'rith atilizes the Americans. IK t knowledge and proven tech-1 Tne conference also called for Diquej in the field of human relat he enactment of state fair educations to counteract the forces of tiona i practice laws prohibiting bigotry which seek to exploit and discrimination by higher educapervert the real problems of detionai institutions on grounds of segregation for selfish economic | raCtfi cio, or religion. urged and political advantage; and ("denial of accreditation to any colWHERFAS the Anti-Defamation I \ ege university or professional League of B'nai B'rith has assidu-1 school which discriminates in the ATTENTION INVESTORS I WE HAVE MANY OUTSTANDING lit •*4 2nd MORTGAGES THAT Will NET VOU I*. and lt% PER ANNUM. Mr. Hime Phone 9-3444. ously avoided meaningless and self serving pronouncements which 'tend to aggravate rather than reduce tensions; Now therefore be it resolved that 'District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai B'rith. in convention assembled in Richmond. Va.. on the 25th day of June. 1956. hereby expresses its commendation of and pledges its support to the program of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith wherein and whereby, through the application of intelligent planning and programming designed to meet the needs of local communities rid UDDR, working along with other responsible organizations and individuals in each community and state, the decision of the United States Supreme Court shall be implemented. admission or treatment of students on the basin of race, religion, color or national, origin." HI. Iloplian NIIIIW DOOR STORE 417 WasfclnftM Ave., Miaatl Reach Set ween FasvfM •"•" fifth Sti. 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. June 29. 1956 J***rhrHnr York Rabbinical Delegation Leaves for Russian Tour ..„..w it is an historic Rabbis, at a m-Pss ,-,>„,. • %  UJJIQI | gij| Page 3 A Y ORKM H is an historic a, when the religious leader "J Ne w York Jewry—the the world—visits the i,t.rn Europe, who for jThave ni.i had such contact. Irder to strengthen them in rreliSi<"' s faith ,nd in the ^ of their heritage." < press conference here to Rabb. M Rabbis, at a this week. Rabbi Rackman's statement referred to the departure of eight members of the Board for the USSR. Poland and Czechoslovakia on Wednesday.. The rabbis' visit will be sponse to an invitation n reextended Ski"Enwnuel Rackman. presito them by Rabbi Solomon Scblief. eertata 'll^T *'" fj the N.w York Board of er, of Moscow, in a letter addressed SSSL^L f"' Xo [Letters to the Editor The Jewish Floridian: over a month ago, circumpermitted me to witness [incident that so affected me as [completely reconstitute my attoward life. fa a passenger on board the Evangelme whan she sailed orris \ Kertzer secre-i tary of the Board. "We will reccvew.th honor and great ,ov" the delegation of the New York Board of Rabb, whlch ^Jf* ^M,„ ur country and see wthth.-.r -n eyes our sp.ntua. cond.non.^ 0SC 0W raDbl declared. seek to as<*M for re. IKIO u;"w:X ire commensurate w,th the needs of the Jewish community which numbers from two to three million souls and how relig.ous |,f e can be mtens.hed s 3 ,d Rabb, Joseph M.ller. the Boards vice president ever, recalled that it was Shavuoth —known as the Pentecost in Ens lish-and he promptly proceeded t„n M^l^Br^kS!! minded Jew is the name of ,h.s binkal seminary, Rabbi David I spinted gentleman. Usually a very Golovensky. also and aplrttual leader of CongregaMiami on May 15 for a (J-.J, .„d simple person, he himof the &^'A!T£2 stothe West Indies. This | aelf conducted the serv.ceswith of Beth El Synagogue New Roch e are keenly in1 m learning if there are to attend these school' one re, vas sponsored -by the Chamsincerity and simplicity. These elle. said yi Commerce of the City of services turned out to be Beach, such circumstances, you readily imagine that it is explete with dignity and beauty students Alfred Lesser. William KJlae fa view of the long period of hostiland Abraham Appel. communally rare to think of prayers, minded citizens, also helped very unique gentleman. to round up the quorum necessary for religious services. But this was not all—the group were so emotionally touched that all genera responded to the request of Genet, that contributions be made jto his pet institution, the HebrewAcademy of Miami Beach. Incidentally close to $300 was accumulated for this school. I should like to thank these gentlemen for an enriching experience, and may I point out to them that their faith has helped to revitalize my own religious beliefs. RICHARD ROTH iw to Head ZOA strict in Miami Mraham Kasow was elected dent of the Miami Zionist at a recent meeting here. ow, a long time resident of and a Zionist for many is a member of the board of~ tors of Beth David CongregaA former vice president of [Miami Zionist District, he is a and active in civic and mDi] affair Editor. The Jewish Floridian: elected were vice presi' w t t0 J hank T0 m r .; ,n Dr Morns Kleiman, Bercwl £or Th Jew,sh F,orid >an H L.eberman. Sam Levin*. Journalism "** %  • *hien "* Ifcadow and Jerome WeinHe.' aw rd d I to m '^ Tuesday eveorer, Sol Collins; financial mn ,J UB by Rabbi Hyman Sootin; and —• j, Murray Hyman. Planning patriotic rally July 4 at Flamingo park bandshell, sponsored by Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith. are Georse igainst religion and religious Kronengold. president (right), and Gershon S. Miller, co-chairman of the afiair and past lodge president Featured speaker will be Hon. Claude Pepper. instruction in the Soviet Union." I Pepper to Address Patriotic Rally Miami Beach lodge B'nai B'rith. Isponsoring its ninth annual Independence Day patriotic rally at Flamingo Park Bandshell. July 4. Featured speaker will be Hon. Claude Pepper, former United States senator from Florida. A concert band will play through the courtesy of the Miami FederaWhat Will Happen in Case ot Attack? Miami Preparing for a 'Rehearsal' Btive board are Hon. Abe riU, Nathan Adelman, Li L Dickman. Louis Fark. Joe | Moses Meyer, A. Arthur Joseph Rayvis, Rabbi} Rosenberg, • Irving Saai. Sach>. Louis Schwartzman. Sidney Segall. Simon Seiden. Sernakcr. MitcheU Shapo. Simonhoff, Harvey Sootin. %  Min, Mrs Hy Sootin and Sam at graduation exercises. I read The Jewish Floridian every week, and I enjoy all the interesting and stimulating articles, and the high calibre of reporting. What would happen to Dade county in an air attack? On July 20. Miami—and tbe rest of the United States—will find out as the entire nation takes part in an all-out dress rehearsal of a simulated nuclear air attack, according to J. N Lumrau.s. Jr.. Dade County Civil Defense director. While the Greater Miami area is not designated a primary target in this "Operation Alert 1956.'' it will serve as a supply and support Tampa has been hit will alert this area to prepare for tbe deadly "fallout'' of radio-active material Prevailing winds at 35.060 feet will bring this invisible killer over the densely-populated Miami area between Flagler and 79th sts. snt hours later. All Civil Defense, military, federal state and local governments and agencies will be alerted and participating. All radio and television stations will be silent between 2 and 2:15 p.m. Residents tion of Musicians Local No. 655, Walter Witko. conductor Rev. Joseph E. Crawley will give the invocation and Rabbi Alexander Gross the benediction. Members of the Jewish V.'ar Veterans Color Guard will present the colors. George Kronengold. lodge president, and Jack M. Fink and Gershon S. Miller, co-chairmen of the committee, this week extended an invitation to the public to attend the community-wide rally Other members of the lodge Americanism and civic affairs t nuttee are Judge Charles Gertrer, Harry Milton Laser. Edwin H. Levin. Karl H. Moskowitz. Burnett Roth and Meyer Teigman. Beach Apartment Asm. Votes m Ferrer ei tttwmmg A resolution presented by its president. Morris Gold, favoring the immediate rezoning of tbe puted one-mile Miami Beach oceanI hope that I shall be worthy of nn{n {or he enUre Flon d a and are urged to tune in to 640 or 1240 front area, was adopted unan:the honor which you have bestowc arnD e an area providing aid. kc. where instructions and official mously by the Miami Beach Ap.*-ed upon me. equipment transportation and Civil Defense reports wiU be tment Assn. at a meeting last week DOROTHY NANESS personnel to the "stricken areas, sued.' Lummus declared. in Hibiscus auditorium. (Doroihv \aneu u th* iwipimi /'j nc i u ding Tampa. Tallahassee. San ^ final meeting of department Some 300 member apartment The letcxih Floridian Auwd m Jos* Juan p uer t 0 Rico and the Canal officials is scheduled for early July owner* took the action after hearrulum nnua!lv ranted a nudent of Zone. to ensure complete coordination of mg from Sbepard Broad, mayor of Ae Hebrew Awdcmv K raJuu:: On Julv 20. H hour will be at every phase of "Operation Alert Bay Harbour, speaking in favor of -The editors) '10 am. when the warning that 1956 rez oning. i THE 44th CONSECUTIVE SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND IS NOW BEINO CREDITED TO THI THOUSANDS WHO SAYt for our money it's... At Chase Federal, any account opened now earns a foil 6-month dividend this year! yw eompoundtd ••mt-annwaHy • LINCOt-N ROAD MO noo t l^- Ai m — %  -T*il • ARTHUf) GODFREY ROAD M* 2S at on — w *•-•— %  8-3ttlS • COLUNS AVENUE M 7WO> Sr V— a-731 • NORTH MIAMI BEACH c ~—>-*• o*a-a r • % 



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Page 4 A *Jmri*ttkiri(9lr%ri !"<%>*< vJemsti lletidian Publlahad every Friday sine* 1M7 by tha Jewish florMlian at 130 N. E Sixth Street, Miami la. FlarMl Entered ai aacantf-claaa matter July 4. 130. at the Pott OT'irof Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March 1. 117*. The Jewish Floridian haa abaorbad the Jawlah Unity • nd the Jewish Waakly. MimMr of the Jewish Telegraphic Agancy, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Nawa Sarvice. National Editorial Asaooiation, Amir. lean Association of English -Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Newt Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. EL Sixth Street Tele phone* FR 41141 FR 48212 Tha Jawlah Plorl.llan do* not fjuarantee the Kaebruth of the rnaroha ndiaa a<)vartlred In If coltimna. t U %  %  C m .fTlON HATIIi One Vaar M O O Two Veara SS.0 1 Tamuz 20, 57; 6 Volume 30 Number 26 Friday, June 29, 1956 Integration is an American and Not a Jewish Issue Only The National Community Relations Advisory Council made a number of interesting observations with regard to the Supreme Court ruling on desegregation as it met in Atlantic City, N.J.. this week. Principally, these observations had to do with the Jews of the South. In fact, little that was said can be disputed. Southern Jews are. indeed, caught between the crushing millstones of White Citizens Councils and their traditional belief in freedom and eguality. As well, as .Prof. A. L. Rose, of the University of Minnesota, put it, there are many Southern Jews who make no secret of their anti-Negro sentiments. Others, willing to be vocal in their support of the Supreme Court ruling on desegregation, nonetheless fear economic and social pressures and either actively belong to White Citizens Councils or serve the Councils' aims by keeping their sentiments silent. But if there were nothing, in fact, to dispute in the deliberations of the NCRAC, there was nonetheless a qood deal to deplore. To begin with, the tone of the meeting took an improper turn. The dilemma of the Southern Jew was no* alone analyzed; the Southern Jew, as an individual, was also chastized. Thus. Prof. Rose compared him to those Jews of Europe who once sought to do business with the Nazis. Apart from such tactless observations, there was no true understanding evoked for the entire desegregation issue. Rather than looking upon Southern Jewry's role in the wake of the He Has His Cake and Eats it French Foreign Minister Pineau came up with a good suggestion during his talks in Washington last week. Pineau suggested to Mr. Dulles that a unified policy on sending arms to the Middle East might well ameliorate the injustices in these shipments and serve to pacify a dangerously brewing situation there. Our Secretary of State, unfortunately, gave M. Pineau the cold shoulder. Certainly, the French emissary had his reasons. His government is almost alone among the nations of the world that have sent arms to Israel. This has put France in a ticklish position so far as her own quarrel with the Arabs of North Africa and the Near East ar* concerned. A unified policy would have removed from the French the burden of singularity and the criticism of the Arabs. More important, it would have shown our first effort at taking firm action against the advancing Arab intrigue. But Mr. Dulles' cold shoulder has wider implications. Refusing to permit the United States to ship arms to Israel, he has nonetheless time and again publicly announced that the State Department does not object to French shipments. In this manner, he has been able to mollify some Jewish opinion at home and to steer a clear course of non-committment toward Israel Jo ths mocking applause of the Arab nations. A Party Honors Achievement Sam J. Heiman has concluded two seasons as campaign chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Culmination of his service to CJA came at a party he hosted Sunday on Miami Beach. It is the measure of Heiman that he saw the party as a tribute to Miami's many campaign Workers rather than to any individual. During Heiman's leadership of the 1955 and 1956 Combined Jewish Appeal drives, this area attained an enviable point of achievement. Heiman's devotion to serving the many causes of Jews here, nationally and abroad and recognition of his duties as a member of the local Jewish community may well be worth emuiati-Supreme Court ruling, the NCRAC came to look upon Southern Jews as one of the major stumbling blocks to the achievement of integration. In this regard, the NCRAC deliberations did a keen disservice to the cause of integration by making it a Jewish rather than an American issue. For the fact is that opponents of desegregation are increasingly attracting bigots of every brand across the nation and are increasingly injecting anti-Semitism into their store of munition. The NCRAC's implied chastisement of Southern Jewry lends credence to the fulmination of these bigots that integration is a Jewish question. Perhaps equally important with these considerations was that the tone adopted by the NCRAC failed to take into account the heavy opposition to integration in the North, as well. Recently, Sen. Herbert Lehman, of New York, deploring this type* of blind sectionalism, remarked that the North's employment of the South as a whipping post in the Supreme Court ruling is a smokescreen designed to disguise the impoverished state of race relations there. We would have wished, instead, for these clear developments in Atlantic City: 1. A statement denying the validity of the grist of White Citisens Councils—many of which, a fact unfortunately ianored by the NCRAC. bar Jews as members— that integration is a Neqro-Jewish issue and affirming the belief that it must concern the conscience of every American who does more than mouth the democratic principles upon which this nation stands. 2. A statement indicating that the Supreme Court is the highest interpreter of the laws of this land. 3. A statement that active opposition to the Supreme Court ruling or engaging in "legal" procedure designed to circumvent it is tantamount subversion—in the same manner as Communists attempt to subvert the integrity of this nation by opposing, circumventing or undermining American laws. Such action would have been far more constructive than the NCRAC deliberations in Atlantic City will prove. During The Week ..., „ t •y LEO MINDLIN Colummst Leo Min.ll.n „„ WMt|e „ M|||(m UVuAingfon Bureau, report, htre from Capitol H|l "' **• The representative in America of Algerian and 2 t.onal.st movements has attempted to influence iL ?m Department against American Jewry. He is Fl iu, & I agent of Saudi Arabia and the Arab League. Boubl ^ I Bouhafa has publicly maintained that the Algerian „u, nationalists represent no threat to North Africa half J/J But Registration File No. 4*3 of the Justice Depart !" ?S ferent story. "-" l *t In a statement to the Justice Department Bouhafa assertions of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai Brlh O slanderous, and typically Gestapo-like." Ho sa id he "wishlMI record-as saying that any harm done to him. t„ his wife oral dren will be blamed on that Zionist organization, it j s \~S grettable that in such country of freedom, justice and da* such fascistic or totalitarian methods should he permitted wicked charges and campaign by American Zionists (do), to promote Arab-American friendship these Zionist erouosi aiming at spoiling (such friendship) ." w ? The Justice Department files show that Bouhafa. workL Algerian National Movement and the Committee for Freedona Africa are financed by the Arab League in Cairo. Egypt He! ceived funds from the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Wa-hinrta cording to the Justice Department file, he "is n .'iiriliv vnyi associated with Arab diplomats in Washington and in the Nations ." The files reveal that Bouhafa. spokesman in this North African "freedom" is supervised, directed, or ciintroHail Egypt. Iraq. Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon. Jordan, and I SNAKIS WOKSt THAN WiUM' A 1952 report of the Anti-Defamation League quoted „ saying "The American Jews are snakes worse than Hitler." him as the "contsct" of Robert H. Williams, an ant; Sesutkl— teer. in an attempt to export anti-Jewish propaganda whtsgi{ Arab states. Bouhsfa's most recent activities have been in Communist I slavia where he worked on a plan to make Marshal Tito a in the Algerian-French dispute. He also sought Communist i for the Algerian underground forces. The "main activity" currently financed by the Arab Letg*| United States is concentrated on Algeria. Algeria"140.000 Je already begun feeling the impact of Arab guru and bombs. according to the Justice Department file, is responsible for ing documentation on this (Algerian) question tor use of Asian delegations in their defense of the case before the lions, in issuing statements to the press or sending petitions I organs of the US. Government." Recorded in the files are Bouhafa's finks with Istaqlall leaders Messali Hadj, head of the Algerian movement, and the) sian Neo destour party. The files record payment of many ft of dollars by the Arab League to Bouhafa who "reports to ft League any developments ." Referring to his Arab League i in Cairo he "deals directly with either Abdel Haleq Hassouna, tary General, or Abdel Mustapha, Assistant Secretary General" Bouhafa received financial assistance for service! "rend the Lybian delegation during the United Nationdebates on I This money came from Azzam Pasha, an adviser to the SaudiEmbassy. Washington Keeps a Keen Eye Out For Movements of Keener Shepil By BORIS SMOLAR Washington is keeping en eye on the movements of th Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov who is now visiting i countries. He was the master-mind of last yearCoMBat* deal with Egypt, and it if considered significant that his since he became Foreign Minister is to Egypt. Syria and Leb is no secret in Washington that Egyptian Premier Gel Carnal | Nasser is no longer considered a friend of the United StalesHis invitation to Mr. Shepilov to visit Egypt and P the celebration of the evacuation of the last British soldiers I Suei Canal is considered another step by Nasser to cement his I ship with Moscow rather than with the West. In this eonae question is posed in Washington as to why American Amb Henry A. Byroade has not been called from Cairo since he tun to be a complete failure. \ADI JULY 4, 19S6 W WAS THt BCT MAM It will be recalled that Byroade was Assistant Secretary oj for Middle Esst Affairs before he was sent to Cairo as 05. asdor. He is strongly anti-Israel and pro-Arab, and Secretary I John Foster Dulles thought him the best man to influence What actually happened was that since Byroades arrival %  American influence in Egypt has been declining while Sovw ence has been increasing. However, it does not appear that Secretary Dulles efl M| courage to recall Ambassador Byroade. This would be t admitting that the State Dep artm ent s policy in the Mid*



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Page 5 A •-=• %  1 V > reyofNCCJ )qram Viewed \oKK hartei E. Wilson. it the Geaeral Company has been named in of a proposed surrey to tf the entire program of the Confcrtr.ee of Christians s. it \\u.irinounced here njamin F. Ki.rless. former iduirman of the L'-S. Steel tier.; logei W Straus, hoard l of the American Sine ItRefinim; Co.: and 1 Km %  Jacob and Adele Kaplan cward oi the Ro outstanding student in araductmc :lc3s School is presented c: recent rerrc^z-ea c *~tr\4 Rabbi Mayer Abrcnncwitz. cia^nar. zt rstzuer. committee of Bureau of Jewish Educaaoa. Gran: .s a Te^ Zion student Noted Scholars, Authors Wiil Make Up Faculty of B'nai B'ritti Institute WASHINGTON' DC AI.T 50 noted srboiarv writer* Mi religious leaden have been engaged as faculty f;r the Boat „. West (oast indastnaust. Bnth tosUt0|€s ^ j9iamm w „ caduirmen of the organhM ^ summer Mnhn WeiB .. — stein of Charlotte. N" C. chairaan %  my would study the oh^^ fmannng strucuue and g^,,^ Comiwttee „! I of the Conference. It .. pn ide te*J.jw. ; ^ inclu-e rahbb of the thtee Jbgnos* of the^totoJ opJewuh ^^^ ^^ ^ jmi with a v iew of getthu a nan professors, director* of B'aai ent Harold Riegelman. member hahunistrative committee of lAnencar Jewish Committee ; ists. •—§*"** editors and at feast j lose areheologist. Dr. Inaaanaei 1 Ben-Dor of b-rael. visiting in Bibbcal arcbeoiogy at the 'vard Divinity School. Many of them will teach atrustee and counsel of the Budget Comm ^ 1 Camp Bna, Bnth. Starlight Pa. t ... >ene with Wilson r .. w—< ,, chairman of the surwhere the rreatet •tVM HOT Judaeans tepted by Camp Brith Institutes are being held. One of these Institutes b speafie%  ally designed to tram study group {leaders A B "nai Brith m e aner may enroll only if he or she agrees to organize or lead a study gronp i in hi* home community after the course is finished. Judaeans Miss Shirley Scheduled for July 22 to 20 the 1100 sw 21st ter.. and fruity members for this testate wlene Krauti. 1800 SW Dr. Lou Silbermaa. oerapant ha\e been accepted to of tbe B nai B nth HiMel Chsnr ^oang Judaea Camp. ;of Jewish Literature at Vaaaerbilt University: Rabat Hareid ramp ,< located at Barry weisberg. national director af the f-v .. and i, open to all boys B n a Brith Departmeat of Ada* Wween ages of 14 and Jewish Education: and three mrectors of B nai Brith HHlel Fonada8 to Mr, Belle Miller. tlons: Dr. Ephraun FiseheH. of of the (.reater Miami Zi Y ale: Dr Xorman Fruner. of Y uth emission camp Brooklyn College: and Dr David HP i ^mittee. -the most Lieber. of Harvard. *l ui being granted' F ~ u,, > to J % t ^^ rIL. un i* .K !" "* a Institute of the year at Camp P th,N ca "P th *Bnai Bnth Julv 11 to ena'**• the Jewish people. W of Dr Simon Eawi**h a vibrant personality', Brandeis University: Dr ^dersmp qualities Trachtenberg. of BergAr *>th interest ia Jewish ; Refocm Temple. Teaneck. X J aad ,lf e and current afRabbi Irving Levey. dMertor ef th R-nai B nth Hulel Fo aa dwwa at Princeton. SejtSdi %  ahavrs Snr. t5m Local Youths Bected for Judaea Office %  -%  %  Sw Valerie Hm.hu. of Miam, —*• "* • beeTehWS ^^ Yy Jadaaa at the Lei, lywood Zionist Youth Com•ere Linda Aronoff. Jerry Howeil. Allan LerFkaaos Froae and Gd RapI ZOA. %  an and ferael m ap -f areaar* to was elected ZHa• r. Ha Bl -rZ .-.-. %  e • ^ %  ax Janata dabs. ti8Ba i rice president of Yoostg Jo-cnal aaa, • af% Y>s. es wao helped with the were Jerome Schafanaa. CoaaakiMr. Vayne. Two Miami Gkis Will •orfkipcrfe ia Stwdy Two Greater wiaia f w jjj tieipaee ia the axweefc travel stady program m Israel ander Attending bom Miami are Phyths Doshay and Marsha Lazar. Phylks. of 1*71 pre jdeac ei Jmaer Kad>sah if %  Ka <.. u also active at Junior Hahaaah. ^CGL'ST BROS ftw IS t/.fBFCT' CROWN FENCE J The STERLING HOTEL on rai aaaa AT IT* STPHT WJLW BUOI. R.0KPA %  %  onn THtouGH sm. istk • HZSSENTJl cwa uat wcoo .. cc a oa T X 3CCSU lOCf 4 0U3CBD U1 wax %  mmml MIAMI PI 7-4515 FT. UUOttDAL! JA 3-0S00 HOUYW000 2-1752 W%*^a->—-v--v--w^u r->^^*^-^^— .^'^ %  *^^ww^^'i mm }U *it'P*er-lm1 passes at the ,! %  %  passes M inr ^ 01 J Xebo Cemetery.!* 1 1 0 a,: "nnaanaiiiil this \* JJi Transit Co ad ,hat the new has : Ham "^ &f autated -by the, "* of visitors to the • > COUITON BROS. TEMCPRtn t4t iw. mi $ -ajr On. Wry ft S.W. 27tfc Aft. — • w ^ :.



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Page 6 A +Jelsl>ricrl (it .iiop one "f the stroncMt teami fielded in recent yaan in Hip• of the 2!) local and national .lev participating m the Mg once-a-year drive hn Ring, 1957 Red Feather < paign chairman. announced two former lUCCeesful Community : presidents will head up the nixation'i "Big Monay" dhri Division A in an effort to 1 B the funds needed to meet mum request l>> the 24 local I ill. Welfare and youth agencies live national welfare agencies Ivinf Chest funds S.im II McCormick. former secretary treasurer and general man"f Hialeah Kace Course, who served U president of the Chest in 1951. will serve as chairman of Division A. and Leonard L. AjMBB, chairman of the board of North Shore Bank of Miami Beach, and president of the Chest in 1950, will serve as vice chairman. Division A, which solicits large corporation and company gifts, large individual contributions and professional gifts is charged with raising approximately half the annual Red Feather goal. Walter Goodman and Patricia Hill recently presented their students in piano recitals at their Studio of Piano and Theory, 2371 Coral Way. Students participating were Jerry Fisher. Cheryl Kit man, Hariette Adelman. Zelda Fleishman, Charlotte Otchin. Alice Stone. Karen Shanor. Wallace Crowder. Gail Stewart. Laura Geison, Joan Kohlenberg, Barbara Bolker, Enid Bolker. Ellen Bolker, Robert Stone. Richard Schultz, Ellen Swartz, Miles Brett, Michael Cross, Sally Rice. Natalie Dekh. Twila O'Such, Barbara Johnston, Miriam Castillo and Carol Rotnman Twenty-one of the stud* wived certifies ,hc VW( J! I.v in the National <; U j| d Auditions. Four of the.se er """ al winners, having' w rfn a program of t,,, memorized, before the judce. Charles, ville, concert pianist from Ta I National winners Were Bolker, Natal,,. i, PJch Johnston and Charlotte C Is thcDESI' A VEW CABANAS STILl AVAILABLE tor tilt remoinder of Summer Season •r Monthly Rental Rate*. Call B EL-A I RE HOTEL Under New Management UN 6-6S11 Dine In Air Conditioned Comfort of i CANDLELIGHT INN I ; 1 v 1 N c FULL COURSE DINNERS ,,* 1 + Open Daily 11:30 am. to 11 p.m. Sundays from 12 Noon 3131 COMMODORE PLAZA Coconut Grove Private room ovoilob.'e Cocktail lownge for partiei Ph. HI 1-2194 Ample forking Jf Social Gatherings I of All Hindi tr pa'* wrdcimqs luncheons •ptions •—-toi %  MR THE F/NEST-l MICHEL s Catering to Parties, Bar Mitivohs Weddings and Social Occasion! Mashgiach on Promises Free Parking Air Conditioned •NONE Wt 4-4S04S Kosher %  •Vst.iiiruiit Oata Daily 4:30 :JI j 940 • 71st St., Miami I NORMANDY ISLE Opposite the Fountiii TAKE I BUS-DIRECT TO *N~*Ar'W*W'W'W*W^r^*'W^*^*''W'W*V arseilles MOTH STRrCTIT KOSHEt DINING ROOM Air Conditioned On the Ocean Rabbinical Supervisitn Aloe Cateri FUU 10 COURSE DINNER $2.50 nq for All OceooioHO — Banquet* Waddings Bar MiUv, No Eatra Charge tor Staaka, Chop, and Roaati qXony i Friday Night Traditional Dinnt 1741 COLLINS AVENUE Pree Win* and Seitrer—) MIAMI BEACl On The Ocean. 32nd to 33rd Sis. SPIND YOUK SUMMER VACATION IH TNf BLUE KIDGt MOUNTAINS Osceola Lake Inn HENDERSONVIUE, NOITH CAROLINA Jot Robin, Owner-Mgr. Season Jyne 1st to Octobtr lit Reasonable Rates • New Dtnce and Recreation Mall • Swimming Pool and Children's Wading Pool • J -wish-American Cuisine 3 Meals Daily • All Rooms with Shower or Bath • ShgHleuoard, P.ng-Peng. Handball, Rowing, Fishing, Coll, Horseback R.d.ng, Wi-nie Roasts, etc. CAU OR WRITE: P. 0. BOX 764, HENDERSONVIUE, N.C. PHONE 11 So SPEND YOUK VACATION IN THE UUl KIDGt MOUNT AIMS The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 • 1st AVENUE., W. HENDERSONVIUE, N.C. 34th Season Flat Kosher foods, prepared in the American Stylo by expert cooks. Write or phone 920a for rcservalions. All rooms with private and connecting both. Also meals senr ed to ootside goests. Under Personal SvaenrisiM of Mrs. A. Nerew.fi r have a truly luxurious wedding fashion show banquei at the exciting new Fkk*S RitfMCI it smsm pacts! Because of our matchless facilities, and enpenenced management and expertly trained stall, we can serve any event lor much less than you could imagine 1 Yet you will enjoy all the glamour and excitement of Miami Beach's newest luxury hotel! And remember-here at the Seville— a luncheon lor ten or a banquet lor over a thousand can be served with the same gracious ease' CtRSolt is sate PHONE Ml. RMFENIST CatafNbf Mattftr Seville MTEl Strictly Kosher Cmfrimm JEfterson 2-2S11 OCEAWPRONT. 29th TO 30th ST-ECTa. MIAMI BCACM mmmdm Semi-"ReUted? Enjoy Dehjx* Living in MIAMI MACK 0RIDIAN RESIDENCE CLUB Oed.coled to MM Comfort oW fcofloaix lir.ng f n\ Retired 9 MEALS DAILY VM 0 !•>!• An tint lotowaag Pool • (ntu^twt VpMOM %  ettrireal Caraon • Meant* attinly UU*M Wmm naajly Aaaetaaet* • Motel (oawoaati Mrtta talk n lory loon • trot rarkaf (CoOTpl* M*d


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Friday. June 29, 1956 %  I Page 7 A Miami Beach Fishing Tourney To Get Underway Sunday V.lh. ', : an ,S f d0 arS m Sunda >" ^ Ichairman James H. valuable troph.es and prizes 0 be Norton has announced. ,„!; Winnin anglers, the Tournament officials predict mer f, Zf ^ *** hum m re ,ha 1-MO anglers fro !" mer fishing tournament, which ofNorth. South and Central America. Hcials anticipate will be the greata> we ,nose from the various ** Mrtoty, will m ^ way.m'; i h b e be m n eet: landS "" PartiCiPal 4 tgec:ed Heft to right) are Rabbi Abraham Iflerscn. Herman Goldfarb, Mcrmhall H. \Cort is, Dr. Morton Terry. Howard Roth. i Ncte Rosenberg. Standing (left to right) are Jacob Meyer. Adolph Rachline, Al Kurzban. He:man W. Kutun. Irving Querido. Leo Freemen. Frederich H. Mayer, Ernest Iserson, lack GorH r a n,Z Theodo ^ Peaxlstein. Jack Goodman. Jam SS Harris, Morris Laste I Har ,7/ lexa ^er. Office wee recent ly installed at a Tilereth Irni M, Michel', restaurant ^ dmnM ln SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONOR and DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS You Think You Have It Tough as an American Citizen? Speak to the Israeli for Some Really Knotty Problems [Thr price that is paid by the I -This year he will he IM..^ %  mge man and woman in Israel |by law to contribute an add ,n, ESS *!?? m T' r an(| ^j for thr present, severe crisis : 12 days wlarv or inrl !" ,u nundred. of poople tr.,m all walks .brilliantly described by Col. I defense le~ n addZ ?n a P*—*mm court judges. Herzoe. commander of the'd.t.ona. SJT ,„* ^.L £ SS^JSJ?* 111 %  "** C erks wh all that we in Israel have item "su h a tobacc' to ^ PDor t hlnd'To %S£ l£? Weed,ni! kncr-pnced in the oast twontv th. ;„ "MCCO, IO support hand* to a (ha>sidische tune On fcTmlle "liepay? !" inTme MM TASS."* HeTSS £Z ^ iT !" "2 si* *~ l Tmh.y equi-SS to yours. W h^b an, Sj£?£ £ SSeVTJ nSv^I" L? "^ ,p,vs indirect taxes, which .re to 40 days each year 7i£ r^ ^^l^Llt'^l higher than those imposed on serve military duty. And now he cold blood by Arab Legionnaires he volunnas volunteered six days of h.> as he performed the holv tak of ily came forward and donated f nnual vacation and has spent fortifying our capitol. The Israeli ,, n em digging fortifications to two weeks salary or income the frontier HOMES ^ \A MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431 IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director 0" itite Defer. MFund. along "How can I describe the scene Dental Student Gets Top Honors tot. Eugene P. Rosenthal. son of nounced the award. also presented land Mrs Albert E. Rosenthal Dr. Rosenthal with the PhiladelIViuni. J> honored at the Uni phia County Dental Society Award R> of Pennsylvania commencefor having achieved the highest exercise^ held in Philadelscholastic standing during hi> sen | last week. ior year. Rosenthal. while receiving Dr. Rosenthal had taken his prefelegree of Doctor of Dental dental training at the University from the university, was of North Carolina, where he Jated the Alpha Omega Award named to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi ijv.ni; ...lamed thehighest Eta Sigma I)urmi m> undor Ustic standing during his four • ., I at the dental school of the radua,e da vs 8 Pennsylvania, he 'received the Charles M Memorial Award for the h.scholastic standing in his sophomore year and ua> elected a member of the M H Societj Surgery, of Greater Miami u P n !" duation. "' ***> re llled officers at a dinner held ceived the honor societ) kej "f the •eek in the Coral Gables' dental profession, the Omicron iduh Kappa ipsilon key. is prepared for every sacrifice, great though it may be, and an%  wen every call uncomplainingly and understanding^-, ffii noa will go out and face the enemy against every odds, and will win. But at what cost to those tons?" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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Other Paul Bieley, vice nt; Mrs. Ma Sullivan. secre-| I Mi-IMia Childs, lreas-| chairman is Charlie' Plm. and represenUtives are: Irs—Victor Cole; wholesalers ••rw.rth; growers—Carl nan. %  w guest, at the dinner were young women who are com1 • 1956 Rose Ball WIP The benefit ball, i annually by the florists. > held Friday in Bayfront pMitonum. with all proceeds to the Dade county unit, fancer Society. Offering Only ft MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES if \i Is' 's' 10 THE VEBY til SANttL „ rAciinfa Marrt* %  !*•• M E*LTH Ml ;: Courteous Efficient Dignified Service | NEWMAN-GORDON FUNERAL HOME hmaly G0S00N MIAMI BEACH CHAPEL Edward T. XewiiiiiEi Fwnerof Director :f?333 DADE BOULEVARD Phone JE 1-7677 MIAMI BEACH



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Page 8 A *Jm!&Jkr**ML !(• %  *>. n •••' ami daiiKhtrr. Harvlcaa ll in Coral ilati#N Jvwlwh Mrmnrl I llurlnl fnllou. .1 In H.*|..n MRS. MELVINA iTBINHARDT 7. of :-•' %  s\\ |8I| NM | Mill HIM \ leva I', with H I Itai'RP I^I^t^. 1958! >-art. a>„ f ror „ "' •'"'her* „_ ] • I,,,.ii, %  ,2] -1. w -id,,;! HARRy SAN08 Circuit Judge Robert L. Floyd approves charter of Temple Sinai. North Dade reform concjiegation. Standing (left to right) are Stanley Pred, M. I. Saese. Joseph Pollack. George Leader. Albert D. Sherman and Charles Kcrach. OHiTI Attl i:s MORRIS MORGAN \\ II. • %  1 %  burial Ml \. HARRY SCHLOSSBERC u -u in i' avi n v N I alt I !••, %  rial I MRS RECINA WlNKLER I n || I %  %  JOSEPH RACHMAN : I | %  I AIf. rl< i • \*.-.\ ti., ii i x %  I.I In %  BENJAMIN LICHTER "1, rrtli -.i hli 1 %  N. V'., ami II SW Mr i.f Ml.in l Hi ul Ml I %  I I Wi i bl II.I !.' H • with h Ml Shi... •'! } LOU ALTE.R i \. II. V !, .1 II. I .HI. I Elk s. i \ \>. %  i ', i ;..i %  II M llll l.lll h II. Ml %  v I l"u • MRS. KLOTHILDE KOHN %  Mill. n. ..I Miami .--. I I. .-•. • %  !. u • 'I Rlv I Klaal. wi'.li l.inal follow! | u. Ni TO** ISADORE N.SaeNBAUM trhmAtt) i JUIM I II i %  fol l\ N M'l Mill' I Kain XI>M I MRS JEAN ZANK %  sh. hand. Nail r %  i h Ina i \.w Y MRS. EVA AUGGENBERO l\, IB III MRS. ESTHER DOLING :'.'., ..( .':." IU> ilr.. Nol inaiilx In'.-. ; unr Id Rlvi-ral M. morlal '"liiinl. N' late, We\ SAM SCHERZEB; %  H'• KIII. %  i %  ltd >!],. M ;-":' MX HltM • MiLDRtD ADLER i.f .Mil, V. T. I I WILLIAM ELMER 7''. of II I I. .N..I lllllllilv 1-1.-. Illvei Chapel, Nurmand) I ale, was In chars* of arriinct-iiii-iita. % MRS N^w Torli lln, % %  %  „,, „ ^^ Ml. Nil. "'"' B, HARRY GREENBERO ^ ,' ho i .i"i. i i. • \.- v,i k. .ih-i j .,' u. 410 NK I alalei .in.l .i briil i *'' r .'' '" l0Bf U II !• W HYMAN STIEBER f 445 M I %  .Ii. .1 Jill %  i Vfaj nr Ind II daURhMr* K v..-.uk. Mi. i na, Mr I: Iii'l W i .. 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pAav lung 29 1956. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY giiUM&m. ACOOATH ISHABL.7IOCrlyl -rt< Orthodox. Rabbi ISMC Ever. ',., i a.m. Hntwrtlny :S0 a.m. Man n.l W..m.,n .;.„! |i... s>ri" Tnem. ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way. • • • BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Cantor William W. Lipson. 'vn.in > i i' <" InBiallatlon >•! fHater' { i' ,i." and board members. I perm""' rii, SynMRiiRu^M HelpSaturday !' a.m. • • • B ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or [ fhodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swiriky. Cantor Louis Gertenheus. • • BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th I ave. • • BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avo. [Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loui* RottI man NORTH DADE CENTER a Bnl RH Neu. 13630 H^ry Okollca. Cantor Maurice 1 CANDUUGHTING Tim Tamiu 20 — 6:59 p.m. 75t N h. ; T c H o n s : oRE CENTER • Ljflaha • i'J I' HI Saturday x:;to a n, • • BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. S.l I 111 ill V S !'l ,| Ml y !" DA DE JEWISH CEN:R. S. Miami Community Hall. Reform. Oh* ,,,.,. Krlrlay H :)5 Ret i ;..,,, | i • "•!'V !• H.in. OkoTEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd £ hM# v *l Llb 'lRabbi Leon U.J-W D.ia.: aws nw.i— Kromah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1 "' %  > I IS i> in. Saturday |o i • • • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. lOrthodox Rabbi Josoph E. Reckov|ikr• • • CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320 [Palermo ave. Liberal. Rebbf Morris |Skop. Cantor Irving Robinson. • • • FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW ISlit pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lao IHsirri. IfVH.iv 7 p '" Batiinlay t a.m. Itar IM.iiv.ih llrnr>, *"ii <>f Mr. and Mm. lUrM i•.'!• > K Sermon: "weekly IrWtnin. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY. 910 Orb Id Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander ross. Myke Stiebel, sweetheart of Hill* s appreciation. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor Ban Crossbarg. • • • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrma,n. Prldaj 8 p ... Kal irdi i am s.r'"';" "We-klj : : „ %  n al M| (z v I .\..rii, ; .n. 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Censorvative. Rabi Boris Rackovsky. *y "• I unlay 9 a.m. HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE it., Homestead. Conservative, rii Gerti officiates. • • • HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM Monroe st., Hollywood. Convitive. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. • • • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. Polk st., Hollywood. ComervRabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Tshudeh Heilbreun. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW i ttr. Conservative. Rabbi MorMalaviky. Cantor Samuel Njr It i in Satnrdnv :I8 am. PrMltsyah l. ..in,., „,,„ „f Mi. am. • • • ^LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. S. Andrews ave.. Ft. LauderRtform. Rabbi Marius RanKNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Ei st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. .i in. n "Pi II ntlj l atltsva h al • %  ;u p in. %  n k • M %  on ..f Mi i Bettj i '• M -. h \ in-. M>n .if .Mr* I :• %  %  I Ii • • a TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert Giants. 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''age 10 A +Jmist> fkwkMor ON THE % %  IM %  % % %  4 %  < \ SAUL € ARSON — Ftfday, June 29, \t UN's Bad Day' Highlights Capitulation to Arab Powers MICHAEL WURMBRAND: The Man and Hit work. Edit.d by Kurt R. Grossman. 127 pp. New York: Philosophic*! Library. 93.00. By HILARY MIHDLIN AT HAND, a book which is in the nature of a memorial to Michael Wurmbrand. who died March 21. 1952 at the age of 73. in New York. Mr. Wurmbrand was editor-in-chief of the Berlin. Prague and Paris office of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency; when Paris fell in 1940, he fled to New York, where he worked on the German language paper "Aufbau." Six of Mr. Wurmbrand's friends have contributed short vignettes which attempt to convey varying aspects of the man—as journalist, as friend and writer, as father-in-law; the rest of the book offers a very scant sampling of Wurmbrand's own works, partly in German, partly in translation. Interestingly enough, Mr. Wurmbrand impressed each of his friends in nearly identical fashion. "An uncommonly kind and gentle man." writes Dr. Shlomo Bickel. himself an author and journalist; "the same dear, amiable, kind-hearted, and dreamy Michael with the soul of a poet and thinker." says journalist Gershon Swet. To Boris Smolar. current editor of JTA. he was an affectionate, retiring man. whose reporting was always "factual, punctilious, and designed to be useful to German Jewry." Both Manfred George and Kurt Grossman write of his amazing kindness and abiding faith in mankind. By far the most valuable piece is by Wurmbrand's son-in-law. British physicist H. W. B. Skinner. Prof. Skinner, who notes at the outset that "our association was patchy," nevertheless pays his fatherin-law the supreme tribute of remembering him as a human being. instead of romanticizing him in extreme eulogy. Only in Prof. Skinner's much too brief three pages does Michael Wurmbrand come alive again, for only there does the reader see him in relationship with other people, reacting to them and being reacted to in kind. Of that same sweet gentleness of the man. Prof. Skinner also writes: "His purpose was to try and help people, and he was quite uncapable (sici of any unkindness. of hurting anyone in any way. With my different background, I sometimes thought he overdid it. Sometimes even slightly embarrassing" were the small (and large) services which Michael Wurmbrand liked to perform for others. I venture to say that, in spite of all the sentiment expressed by his friends, it was his son in law who loved Michael Wurmbrand best, for he is the only one who seems unafraid to look at him realistically, takes the trouble to understand him. and speaks of his affection with warmth and honesty. There is greater honor done Mr. Wurmbrand in these three pages than in all the rest. It would have been well. I think, to have let Mr. Wurmbrand speak more for himself, in his own writings. Although his poems do not seem especially noteworthy, rather mystical and nostalgic, and his German heavy and sugary', the prose and philosophy translated by Dr. Thomas Goldstein is much bettor. In particular, an essay called "The State of Israel Should Be Based on Liberal Principals" and an excerpt from the unfinished philosophical credo "Citizen of the Universe" display a creative intellect which ought to be heard. The great difficulty is that the book as it stands seems little more than a personal memento for Michael Wurmbrand's close friends. My own opinion is that if Mr Wurmbrand were all they say he was, both he and the reader deserve a good bit better than this. Headline on a New York Times editorial read: "UN Has a Bad Day." That was on June 9, the day after the Security Council concluded its last, week-long series of sessions on "The Palestine Problem." Actually, the Times characterization of the UN, as a result of the Council's latest resolution, was'mild indeed. It was not only "a bad day." It was the worst day the UN had suffered in years, perhaps in Its existence. It was a day in which Soviet double-crossing, in answer to Arab threats, combined with Western timidity in the face of the same threats to tell the world: The I'nited Nations cannot afford to say that an Arab-Israel peace settlement must be "mutually acceptable." Peace had become a dirty word in the citadel of peace. If such strong language seems offensive to some ears, the queasy are referred to a statement still more tangy, used on the floor of the sacrosanct Security Council itself. Said Herve Alphand, chairman of the French delegation—looking straight into the eyes of the Arab representatives entrenched on behalf of Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon: "You don't spit in a well because you may have drunk from it yourself." It was the Arabs who had defiled the well. But they had powerful assistance. Exactly what happened? Recapitulation may be in order. On Apr. 4, the Council voted a resolution constituting a "mandate to Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold to go to the Middle East and try to bring the Israelis and the Arabs back to "full compliance" with the armistice agreements which they had signed in 1949 Mr. Hammarskjold went, saw. talked, beard, came back and reported. What did he report? This: Between the Apr. 4 vote here and his arrival in the Middle East region, things bad become worse, the situation had deteriorated due to violent aggressions. done exactly th both in the the formula! •J SV% IH lit SCHWARTZ — The Story of How a Book Turned into a City-Hill of Spring' They have just brought the remains of Nakum Sokolow. the Zionist leader, to Israel for reburial and that reminds me of a story. Back in 1909. a group of Zionists purchased one hundred dunams or so of sand dunes, near Jaffa, to set up a new garden city. What were they to call the new town? At the time. Sokolow had just published a book. It really wasn't his own book— Sokolow was the author of many books—but this latest was a translation into Hebrew of a German book. "Let'l call it by the name of Sokolow's book." someone suggested. The idea found favor and that's how Tel Aviv got its name. The book which Sokolow had translated from the German was Theodor Herzl's "Alt-neuland" old New Landi. Sokolow had taken some poetic liberties in the translation of the title into Hebrew. For "Old" he substituted "Tel" or "Hill What are older than the hills 1 And for "New" he substituted "Aviv" or "Spring What is as young and as new as Spring? So Tel Aviv or Hill of Spring came into being. Ami that's how a book turned into a city. Speaking of books. Maurice Samuel is readying BORIS SMOLAR — a new book on Prof. Arnold Toynbee, the English historian, whom he characterizes as an "intellectual fraud." • • • • The Jordanian Embassy in London has denied a report that King Hussein of Jordan has fallen for the charms of Helene Mayer, a London Jewish show girl. If she has become an "ex" in his life, there are some political observers who think that Hussein will in the distant future become an exKing. Most of the Lsraeli papers incline toward the view that the picture in Jordan is developing a la Egypt—when the military will seize power and a dictatorship will be proclaimed. • • • • Statistics just published reveal that Israel is a very healthy place to live. In 1955. the mortality in Israel was 642 per 1.000 population. In the United States. 9 6 per thousand, in Great Britain 12 11 per thousand. The only country with a lower mortality than Israel was Panama. Most striking thing about the Israel record is the almost complete absence of cancer and heart disease among the Yemenite Jews of Israel. Program Aims at Strengthening Bonds With Overseas Spots ^ The Jewish Agency and the Jewish TheologicaJ Seminary of America have instituted a Joint program aimed at strengthening the spiritual and cultural bonds between Israel and the United States. The program is being carried out through the Seminary Israel Institute and one of its products is the publication by Harpers of a very valuable volume entitled "Israel: Its Role in Civilization." Edited by Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary, the book contains more than 20 essays by outstanding personalities dealing with various aspects of Israel. The volume includes important articles on American policy toward Zion, American settlement in Israel, common traditions between the United States and Israel. Also, on the Dead Sea manuscripts, the future of Israel. Israels position on the current international scene, Israel as a spiritual force, and other articles throwing light on Israel's importance to the world. Most of the articles are lectures given at the Seminary Israel Institute, and its authors include noted American scholars, Jewish and nonJewish, as well as Israel Prime Minister David Ben Gurion and Israel Ambassador Abba Eban. The book is a fine contribution to the American understanding of Israel's past and present and of the emerging character of the new state. Who had committed those ag"peace mission" r mi gressions? Mainly the fedayeen. Council Mr Ham ^ the murder sabotage gangs trainrinn. .„.,.'. l^ioH ed by Egypt's Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser. What did Mr. Hammar skjold do? He got Egypt, its throe Arab armistice partner., and Israel to agree to a "ceasefire What else did Mr. H. accom plish? Nothing. The Council had asked him to obtain Israel-Arab agreements on three points: 1) Withdrawal of troops from tho demarcation lines; 2) Full freedom of movement for UN military observers; 3) Establishment of local arrangements for the prevention of incidents and their prompt detection. Not one of these three specific aims was achieved by Mr. Hammarskjold. But Mr. Hammarskjold wrote a fine report. One should not imply derogation of his efforts. He tried—very hard. As the chief of the UN Secretariat, as the tlon Of hit rorv,what was the res5?7S *W"! • conflagrsUonT after the mandate had bm, started by the Arab k. who wanted to comphcau mission. Outbreaks SHE? ,ong ,he ism borders before—by the UNl Teams on the spot. Does the retary-General himself hi1 don a fireman's hat and J guish the flames every time i is practiced? The quest** swers itself. When the Arabs here „ long enough, hanged the" hard enough, threatened —the Russians suddenly i ed that peace in the Middle] is possible only on Arab ts terms calling lor the totarl struction of Israel. MELTON FRIEDMAN — German Lobbyists Tell Own Happy Ti German lobbyists in Washington are alleging that organized American Jewry today has no objection to the return of Nazi assets held by the U.S. Government. It is alleged that in consideration of the German-Israel restitution agreement, major Jewish groups would have no protest if Congress voted what some term a "windfall" to ex-Nazis. The Germans maintain that no Jewish organization has testified recently against return of vested Nazi State Department sources aaade known that the Germans are pointing to testimony given July 1, 1905, before the House Foreign Affairs Committee by Gen. Julius Klein of Chicago. Gen. Klein, a public relations man. is a retired major general of the Illinois National Guard and a former national commander of the Jewish War Veterans. He was retained some time ago by the German "Society for the Protection of Foreign Investment" headed by Herman J. Abs. Mr. Abs belonged to a clique of German financiers which "aryanized" Jewish holdings. The U.S. War Department in March, 1845, Usted A bs among those Germans who "in an outstanding way thrived under National Socialism (Nazism)... welcomed it in the beginning, aided the Nazis to obtain power, supported them in office, shared the spoils of expropriations and i quest, or otherwise mi benefitted in their careen I fortunes under the Nazis." Last July Gen Klein te before Congress that "as an, erican of Jewish faith" he i ciated "fully well what tion was wrought hy unb Hitlerism." He said "the democratic Germany" was ing an earnest effort to those whose livelihood was tered." He made known that] favored the return of confis Nazi property "as a manor I simple justice." In his testimony. Gen. mentioned the German-Israel \ titution treaty and said it' undertaking he "supported." Later, on Sept 17. 10SS. Klein addressed a German ence in Frankfurt. He said German-American relations "frequently disturbed by fi whose origins are not onb*| Germany but also in the Un States. I realize that Gen feel strongly, for instance, ab the return of vested Ger property. As you know, I frequently and strongly comet for the full return of these i erties ... In consonance witkl traditional American philost^ ... as well as in consideration the moral factors involved. II opposed the retention by my | ernment of German proper vested during the war." HERBERT G. U FT — Director Remembers 'D-Day' Vividly Henry Koster, who directed the picture. 'The Sixth of June." has good reasons to remember "DDay" and the period in history when the whole free world stood up against the enemies of civilization. Koster, a native of Berlin whose name had been Heinrich KosterliU when he directed his first movie in Germany, is a refugee who went to Paris when antiJewish oppression started at the advent of Hitlerism. In Hollywood for the last 20 years. Koster. together with producer Joseph Pastemack. created the successful series of screen musicals starring Deanna Durbin. Later, he directed a number of top budgeted features, such as The Robe." "A Man Called Peter." "Desiree" and "The Virgin Queen." "D-Day. The Sixth of June," based on the best seller by Lionel Shapiro, tells us of the Normandy invasion. It is Henry Roster's first war picture. One of the stars, Dublin-born Richard Todd (who played the lead in another l oa t a r J h tn sH feature. "A Man Called Peter.") actually PP pated in the D Day operation.] a member of the lij-ht inf parachute battalion of the Sij Airborne Division which dropped deep in Normandy I the day before the invasion! June 6. 1944. Todd now in I movie wears the -.ime unifaj for the beachhead scenes asj wore in World War II lot real D-Day strike. While Hollywood is being] vaded by German actors who I worked for the Nazis. The : of June." I hope, will make pie remember and think. • • • Irving Kaye. who gave Jj Lewis his break in >ho'bM] when young Jerry was workinl a bus boy at Brown's hotel u Catskill Mountains in the Kf of 1M0, is celebrating his year as an associate of the ttl comedian. Kaye has playeff" tured role in all of the U Martin movies. Last "• ^J signed for the part


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BY...S n j /.. O/J oman s Hardly was Dr. Herbert $. Levin promoted to the rank of major—June 8 last—when word came to friends here that he is to be released from active duty July 1. Immediate plans call for him to resume the practice "of dentistry with his brother, Dr. Robert Levin, in the DuPont bldg. on July 16. ^•,fe Deborah spent last summer with him at Ft. Dix. N.J., •re he is to become a civilian again on Sunday. And. of course! uldrtn Micbele and Philip accompanied them. But even greater excitement than this is in the offing, and it surrounds talented Mkhole. As everybody knows, the 11-year| youngster is a pianist and composer. But that hardly tells the thole story. %  • On July 11. Michel* will make her debut with the Boston Pops che-tra under the baton of internationally renowned conductor h or Fiedler, and the program will include some of Michele's compositions. Exciting Footnote: World famous violinist Efrem Zimbelist I offered the tot a scholarship to Curtis Institute. Sanford Kimbell is making his parents, the Jerome Kimballs, USE 12th st., mighty proud these days. Having just completed his second year at UM med school, nford also passed the state board examination. Friday, he left with friend Howard Grumer, Miami Beach, to as an externe at Liberty Maimonides Hospital in Liberty. IY Sanford and Howard will continue their medical studies at ekson Memorial come September. >>>>><€ Merlin the magician couldn't have whipped up a more delightsurprise than the pre-nuptial luncheon tendered Miss Estelle rlin at the Algiers hotel last week. Hostt t o make the role complete—was the bride-elect's usm. Mrs. Ed Merlin. In a yellow and white setting, with gaily Dlored magic wands around the U-shaped table, some two dozen iends and family feted toe Miami Beach fiancee of Arnold Witt... Estelle is a graduate of Miami Beach High and met her future lusband in New York City, where they will live after the wedding. Lou Gold—he's Beach boxing commissioner—and Mrs. G. are the North, visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Krovitz. He edits and publishes the British edition of Esquire. Incirntally. while in Gotham Town, the Beachites will attend the dding of their niece. Miss Serene Reve Gold, at the Hotel Astor. |ccompar,\ing them on the trip is son Myron, an attorney here. Larry Tisch, Bay Harbor Islands, was host to his parents. Mr. I Mrs. Al Tisch for a recent week stay. The couple will return from their New York City home around Iksgiving and in time for the formal opening of the 17 million lUar Americana hotel, which the Tisch family is constructing in I Harbour. >>>>>c<<< Before leaving for her annual summer stay in New York with • husband, composer Mana-Zucca (Mrs. Irwin Cassel) was honored hdav at a buffet supper in the Coral Gables home of Florence Albert) Pick. Since Florence formerly lived on Pine Tree dr., many of the Mtl were Beachites. Among them: Dr. and Mrs. I. Daniel Shore 11, Mr. and Mrs. Hank |Mtyer and Mrs. B. Robert Schwartsburn. Chicago's Mrs. Albert Dalkin is visiting her mother. Mrs. •Ion Goldberg, in Surfside. She's here for the Saturday wedding of her son, Lt. Joel Martin Dalkin to Miss Sandra Ell at the Fontainebleau. The brideelect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell. Bcidentally, maid of honor at the wedding is none other than ey Rothman, and she was hostess at a kitchen shower Monday i her home, 4259 Nautilus dr., for the couple. In Miami Beach, where they have been commuters from tham Town for some 30 years, are Mr. end Mrs. Michael J. wfcin, and occasion is a double celebration. Observed were the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. i Silverman, Miami Beach, and the 25th anniversary of the pinding of the Silver Paint Co., established here in 1931 by cheel and Lewis. Site of the golden wedding was the Saxony hotel Sunday, dtael, who is New York State Insurance Fund Commissioner, attend the national convention of the Democratic party as a ember of the Empire State delegation. Goings and Comings Dept.: Off for camp last week were •die Kayo, son of the Leon Kayos; Bvzxie Tenenbom, son of the %  •'t Tenenbeme; and Hal Speet, son of Jwdoo and Mrs. Harold •• • Back after a trip to Ft. Bragg, N.C.. are Mr. end Mrs. *• Rose, who accompanied their son. Richard, there. There be no European or Pacific Ocean vacation for Mr. and Mrs. de Hirtch Meyer this summer They plan to leave their Island home Aug. 22 to mark their fifth wedding anniversary I Lt* Vegas, the town where Polly end Boron were married back 19 51 Renowned architect Morris Lepidvs left Sunday for %  ntda to discuss the Jamaica hotel he's designing. Speaking of the Democratic party convention. Haael and Irvino gNti. 1352 13th ter., will be leaving by plane for Chicago Aug. •rving ii a pledged Adlai Stevenson delegate. They intend to "P'ete the circle back borne with a trip to Wisconsin and Minota. Beachites Bernard Schiffmen and wife Ethel, cruising in the "•""as suddenly decided it was all so lovely another few weeas II bartered boat to Nassau's out islands trould be in order. iWhile North Bay rd.'a Mr. and Mrs. Leenord Abess are off to %  "n Town for a brief holiday. It a boy for hxal television commenUrtor Basil Heerter and L '. of Rivo Alto Island. Site was ML SiaaL lUorU g*jgwfeh Ftoridian Miami. Florida. Friday. June 29, 1956 Section B Mrs. Ackerman Again to Represent Miami on Regional Service Board M*S. U0 ACKtKMAH Women's Chapters Help Boys Breathe Four Miami area children were happily reunited with their families recently after spending an average of two years as patients at the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver. Colorado Howard Kaplan. 12. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kaplan. 2911 SW 26th st Miami: Alan Pitts, n. MM of Mr. and Mrs. George V Pitts, 15600 IfW 28th ct, Opa-locka; Michael Portz. 9. son of Mr an I Mrs. John F. Portz. 708 SW 10th pi.. Hialeah. and Frank Scalfam. 13. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Scalfam. 5775 SW 6th d Miami, are the boys who suffered severely with chronic intractable asthma Continued on Page 3 B SUCCEEDS MM. hUNDHSOHN Relectcd to represent Miami on the board of Jewish ChildrenBervice is Mrs Leo Ackerman. it was announced this week by Jewish Family Service here. Jewish Children's Service centred in Atlanta, b the regional child care agency which provides sendees in Georgia, Florida. North Carolina. South Carolina and Virginia MrAckerman'-; election occurred on the occasion of the agency's 80th anniversary. Originally established as the "Jewish Orphan Asylum." the proIH of the regional agency has kept pace with, and on occasion anticipated, advances in child care. In 1953. JCS embarked on a now program which has proved to be of great significance to Miami. Increasing population and changing character of child care needs encouraged the agency to begin to Simulate local community action to provide direct services themselves. At that time. Mrs Ackerman. immediate past president of Jewish Family Service, requested .-.--istance for the development of a Miami program, and by 1955 the creation of the child care department of JFS became the first JCS community development project. Reporting on the Jewish Family Service program in Miami, which within eight months had provided service to 65 children and unmarried mothers. Leon E'kin. JCS regional consultant, said that '"the tir-t project undertaken by us. in conjunction with the largest Jewish community in our region—Miami—is proving out most successfully. In the short time of actual existence, this project has attained a level of operation which had not been anticipated until the second year." Mrs, Ackerman has been identiContmued on Page 3 B Mrs. Jacoby Installed Assn. President Mr* Philip Jacoby was recently installed president of the North Shore Jewish Center Parent Teacher Asm. She succeeds Mrs. Louis Men Other "officers named at the installation held in the Biltmore Terrace hotel include the Mesdames Irvine Laibson, Paul Karlson, Ray Morse. Nathan Pozin and Samuel Pearlman. vice presidents. The Mesdames Alex Friedman, recording secretary; Lzra Rosenfeld, corresponding secretary: Lillian E.senbe--. treasurer; and Paul Pre-s, llbra Boa n rd members are the Mesdames Jacob Saifman. Abe Gclfand. Robert B.och Franklin Nankin, MornJoseph. Fred Beckman. Isadore Lipinsky and Harry GtM*. MKS. STANUY MUS Mrs. Myers Leaves JFS Board, Will Aid Survey Committee Mrs. Stanley C Myers resigned from the board of directors of Jewish Family Service at a meeting of the organization Tuesday at the Bay Heights home of new JFS president. Alvin Cassel. Mrs. Myers, former JFS president from 1951 to 1954. said she was resigning because of the demanding work in which she is engaging with the Community Survey of Family and Child Care Services of the Welfare Planning Council. This survey, which was initially stimulated by JFS among other agencies, is seen as one of the mo-t important welfare development < here in this decade."' agency director Albert Comanor explained Wednesday. One of the organizations being surveyed. Jewish Family Service has designated immediate pa*t president Mrs. Leo Ackerman as its delegate to the Survey Committee, of which Mrs. Myers is vice chairman. As it would not be appropriate for the chairman of this committee also to be a member of an agency board being surveyed. Mrs. Myers' resignation is being regretfully accepted." Cassel revealed at the Tuesday meeting. The meeting. a emi-soeial affair hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Cassel. heard reports from Harold Tannen on agency allocations from Community Chest and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Comanor indicated that JFS is moving ahead on its application to become a member of the Child Welfare League of America. r Violinist to bo Guest Joan Field, violinist, scheduled to appear as soloist at the third pop concert on July 8. will be Marie Volpe's guest over station WKAT on Saturday, June 30, 6:30 p.m. Rabb Mayer Abramo^ £*-^^5tjS Jewish Center, congratulates iMr s.r n P / g^ iuncheon held in BUtmore Terrace hotel. Summer Office Horns Offices of Israel Histadrut Committee this week announced special summer hours. Offices at 600 Lincoln rd.. Room 12. will be open Monday. Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. according to Ehiel Lesowoder, president.



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Page 2 B *Jfist>n?rMtor> J^ v. June Empty Decanters Challenge for Ideas add deealeosnanias. if desired. • A do-it-yourself modern lamp can be easily made from the empty decanter. Just decorate with oil paints, wire it, and add a shade. A COOL TUAT fOK SUMMtK Smart Borscht Decanter Introduced By Rokeach Makes Serving Easy A cool treat for summer .into strained. Rokeach Borscht. ready to HTK Borscht in a brand 8m cold in tall glasses, with new, eye-CSiebin| wine decanter mint or lemon garnish, that is brought right to the table S picy Borscht Cocktail: To Rofor serving, is being introduced in k( ale deeanter has been especially designed tor the Rokeach company, and Comet to you at no extra cost, with S.i\.' the empty borscht clecanbttaat BBMTl Rokaacfa innovation • DM decanters for storing sauces, soups, drinks and other liquids in the refrigerator. Each decanter will hold 1 quart of liquid. • Wind colored wool, rug yarn, straw, twine or raffia around center and top portions of decanter. Use one or more colors and create your own designs Then bring decanter right to the table for serving iced ox hot drinks even good for chilled SO U p S • Do the children have their own j candy jar? Trim the decanter l with gay, nursery figures and j fill with lollipops and hard candies. Have several around at birthday parties some filled with long pretzel sticks. • Make a set of attractive kitchen canisters from the decanters bylettering them FLOUR, SUGAR, SALT, TEA. Each decanter holds 4 cups. • Painted decanters make attractive vases. Use solid colors and Womn't Unit Will Sow Needed /terns for Palsied Miami Women's Unit of United i 'erebral Palsy will meet Monday evening, July 2, at the clinic, 1612 MV 1st st. Many items are needed by the Cerebral Palsied children, such as sand-bags, pillows, dolls and doll clothes. These will be sewed by members at the meeting. k SugorinJ 1K L~kll F J r Home Us# j "SUGARIN? ,M '"-"ARMLESS E<'O\0M*tA(r taste, Bring to boiling temperature chill Serve cold as %  premcal appetizer. Borscht 'n' Tonic: Add juice of 1 lemon and 1 orange to strained Rokeach Borscht Sweeten to taste ,u ~ n"*"in norsrm awet-len to ta-te hecHiality.ve.e.ariannorsehtthat JlM Murf „,„.,„, a(J(| Rokeach has been making for over coId ginK ,. r alt £Yve m Punch 50 \t From the Test Kitchens of Rokeach come these interesting ways • i serve Borscht as a drink Just bring the new decanter to the ta ble on a tray, as pictured, set out the icecube filled glasses, and Bowl, with block of ice floating in center. Pink Lamonada: Popular with old and young' Add just enough Rokeach Borscht to your favorite lemonade to tint it delicate pink, and add unusual, good flavor. as: a -^uT+SXi c hi 0 cherry '""*> cream or stiffly beaten, sweetened egg white. Any version of Borscht on-the-Rocks will be the most refreshing, unusual and delightful drink you can serve on a hot and steamy summer day its winey tasting, temptingly tart, and sparkling clear red when creamed. Cool borscht drinks made with D "• rcnwii anu .i spnriKie I Kokeach borscht in the new 1-qt. Most popularly served as decanter. Borscht on-the Rocks: Pour Rokeach Borscht into tall gtaBBM which have been half filled with ice cubes Float mint, sliced lemon or lime, or a cucumber slice on Hera's how: To -ice" the rims of glasses, dip edges into lemon juice, then into granulated sugar. Chill glasses until rims dry. Rokeach has developed many other cool tasting recipes for Borscht. If your family likes beets, they're sure to like Borscht because it is beet soup, made with sweet young beets, water, a tang of lemon and a sprinkle of sugar. a soup. SUITS YOU TO *"T" | it can be chilled or heated,'garnished with sour cream and teamed with boiled or steamed potatoes. Add more sugar and freeze it for a -new flavor" sherbet or parfait dissert Mix the finely diced beets j in the Borscht decanter with cream top. Or tarnish with whipped or c heese ,0 a(l(l favor and polka dot red color to sandwich fillings. Or add the beets to cottage cheese and sour cream Borscht Frosted: Beat 1 cup of sour cream buttermilk or yogurt serve in a mound raw vegetabl. with assorted •earaateea' K.iher| Excitingly Different Taste! / WAHT MY MILK" mil* swift FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGIHIIID Vitamin "D" Milk MHk Products" TiL fir 4-2621 it s fwwrt... it't dandy... it costs no more! ...the WIMIY BORSCHT 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... 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IUM 28. 195 >/ wish Federation ber of J??? B ''? board mem has been announced bv 22 Christian HT*' onferen Benjamin B toZl actn r m a d haS been berg. %  tustn dctiw for many years on local Mr, WdlMteta will help to or2£ W ta """ cdu ti !" l Bute and conduct Combined Jewn Appeal fund raising actn, in the outlying communities oi Dade county during the cami period. In addition, -he Will function as director of year round educational programs to inform the general public and specifically thnewer suburban areas about the numerous KniON of Federation and it> constituent agenc>< Mrs. Gordon Will Assume Office [Golden anniversary is celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Louis ISJverman. pioneer Miami Beach resident* (right) Sunday at I the Saxony hotel, with more than 300 friends attending. Upon %  the Silverman's suggestion, all guests' gifts were pooled into lone giant contribution to endow a room at Mt. Sinai hospital, toon to be built. Shown accepting the check on behalf of the hospital is Mt. Sinai trustee Baron de Hirsch Meyer, as Dr. [Harold Ren d looks on. ACKiRMAN AGAIN TO RlFRtSENT MIAMI ON BOARD Newly elected officers and members of the board of directorof BHh J terhood will be installed Friday night at late terr Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will The new staff member has held conduct the sen ice and act a, inexecutive office* with the Hadasstalling officer MB organization for more than 15 Mrs HamrnrHm, „.m K regional Continued from Pae* 1 B with ether experimental adinces in social welfare. She is nary president of JFS and airman of that agency's child department. As a member of child care committee of the fceuncil oi Jewish Federations and Welfare Fur.d.-. she has partici ated in analysis of the newest hild care concepts. She has won itional recognition for her leadup in creating local educationfacilities in Dade county for children, who' previously were required to leave home and live in a specialized state institution. This program in behalf of blind children was developed as a project of the Mjami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Ackerman also is a board member of the Welfare Planning Council, of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Symphony club She represents JFS .on the Survey Committee which • is currently responsible for a


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Page 4 B tf*+uh fhvkfcyr <-fn the Schiller, August Rites Celebrated Two white orchids topped the bridegroom^ white confirmation Bible which Miss Elaine Sandra Schiller carried at her wedding Saturdaj She and Fred Bernard Aueust exchanged wedding rines in an evening ceremony at the Algiers hotel. Rabhi Vaakov Rosenberg iated Reception and dinner at the hotel followed the wedding. The hride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. David Schiller. 1145 SW ave. Mr. Amjust is the son of >fr. Hilma August. 1585 SW 18th st and the late Samuel .1. AUVU1 M/length dress of the hride Wai made with a lace bodice, high 'ine and three quarter sleeves The skirt was of layers of tulle A rrown of pearl-trimmed lace flowerheld her illusion veil Misa Connie August, the bride%  m'a sister, was her honor atnt She wore a French blue lace and taffeta gown with matchheadpiece and gloves and carI nink row The brido'a aunt, of New York. Mrs. Gizella afaaon, was matron of h' nor Nephew of the hride. also ol New York. Peter Smiles, was %  mi rg out-of-town gueata Dianne Schiller, the brido'a sister. was flower girl Her dress. I French blue Her escort w is (iary Smiles. New York, the brides cousin. !! >rr> August, bridegroom's uncle, was best man. Mr*. Walter (Molly) Jacob* has arrived at Lake Tarti N.H., where she will atay through Labor Day ill i c lub 1 round of golf at the Tarleton. alternating roundsTt V y College course in nearby Hanover. Mr. and Mrs H u Dart eft for Pittsburgh to attend the bris of their new IT*?*"'* I Leslie Frank, son of the Henry Franks go to New York for a week before returning home." Rfandson Mr. from Pittsburgh, the New mother. sj AtfS. tOlftr SAIIMAN AtfS. FfffO AUGUST Caribbean Seas Honeymoon Site F'or Salzmans bland hopping to Bermuda. to Rico and Haiti is the honeyi itinerary of Mr. and Mrs rt Theodore Sahanaa who married Sunday in PhiladelIhe bride is the former Roberta • Fisher, daughter of Mr. and v C Worrell Fisher. 2212 sw 18th st. The bridegroom's parents Mr and Mrs Hurray p Salzaun. 20m sw 18th *t Bbi Harry R Kellman pered the 6pm ceremonv in th" i hotel. Philadelphia, where a reception alao was T given in marriage by father, wore 1 gown of old French illusion lace and silk trimmed with aeqoina and • Her finger tip veil fell from am Of pearls and crystalettes. rried a white Bible d M ith orchids. Sharon Fisher, cousin of the bride waa matron of bonor Maxine Fisher, sister of the bride. wai maid of honor and Gail Fisher. another sister, wai junior bridesDr. Stanley Salzman was best man for his brother Donald Fisher. Philip Blitz. Cliff Fried. Max Hagen. Dr. Arthur Goldstein and Daniel Horowitz were ushers the former Rosalyn Morris She's a graduate of Mi, I'niversity of Miami, past president of B'nai Brith v< I "* trict 5. and a past president of the Home Economics dub?^ Executive secretary to the Miami Section of the Natm„.i r. of Jewish Women. Mi*. Minni. Feinberg. left from New S K for Europe aboard a clipper bound for Paris. Minni. wh n with her family on the Beach, waa originally from Alienw" where she taught school for several years before coming to S 1 While in Paris, she will meet with Council officers there ,nd 1st United Hias personnel in Rome. Board president Mrs j*, n r %  r is looking forward to Minni*'* August return for a full renon business-pleasure trip. KIStKVATIONS fOOt IN .. .Off TO CAKOUHAS NrOAMNfNT LUOUtt Judging from reservations received from out-of-town Lion* week meeting in Miami for their convention, the fame of th' dinners served by the Candlelight Inn in Coconut Grove has throughout the country. And there's no mistaking the fact that Ralph Stevens is mighty proud about it. Off to the Carolinas last week were Hardee rd.'s Helen and 1 Cheren. After placing their children. Barry and Diana, in they plan to vacation at Lake Side Inn. Hendcrsonville. before retii. to Miami. .. Prominent Chicago Jewish leaders Mr. and Mr*. A ft. | man recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at Wildi Crown hotel. Mr. O. Is an executive member of the adminis council of the Jewish National Fund and board of directors of his temple and day school. Mrs, Ethel $. Garaon and Beachite Garden N. Ger*on are va„ ing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. N.C. Also beating th I at Blanche and Sid Lewi*' Duncraggan Inn summer resort are Mia and Key West residents Mr. and Mrs, Herman M Holtibera and and Marc. i BtKMUDA I0UND NOKTHtKN VISITOIS ACADtMIC HONOt The Ben Novecks have been taking a breather in Bermuda, ping at the Castle Harbour hotel. Arriving in town from Del to visit the Michael Llebermens, 1537 Meridian ave, and stayinn the Shore Club hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kaplan With theal Mrs. ROM Lieberman and Mrs. Lillian Krenenberg, New York City. Initiated into Ohio State U. chapter of Phi Eta Sigma recently I Mrs. Alexa n der Kogan, Jr., 3722 Royal Palm ave. Membership! based on high academic achievement during the freshman year. Herbert Gimbel is back after a month's vacation in San Antonio 1 Houston, Tex. SPARKLING • JOYOUS • IT S GREAT! MtS. iTAHltf fISHMAH Ml$. MOt TOM WACKS Bookfor, Fishman To Live on Beach Home will be 1560 Jefferson ave Miami Beach, for Mr and Mrs, Stanley S Fishman. The couple are touring Florida, following their June 3 wedding at the Lincoln Manor The former Joan Bookfor is the Sandra's Husband Atom Researcher Mr. and Mrs Kelvin F Kleinman. 555 North Shore dr.. Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter. Sandra Jean, to Morton Edward Wacks. Brooklyn. NY.. June 10 Mrs Jerrold M. LjfOBM attended her sister as matron of honor, and Stanley Wacks attended his brother as best man The couple will honeymoon in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. They will make their home ,in Salt Lake City, where Mr. Wacks 'will continue his research with the daughter of Mrs. Dora Bookfor. 915 8th st.. Miami Beach. Mr. Fishman's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fishman. 1519 Pennsylvania ave. Miami Beach. She was given in marriage by her mother. Maid of honor was Vivian Stein, a niece of the bridegroom. Samuel S Fishman. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A dinner at the Lincoln Manor followed the ceremony. Atomic Enerv-y Commission in the department of chemistry at the University of Utah. MAUD SI/MMfl tfsoar DUNCRAGGAN INN Werid reaaoos Ceisine Seasea May 30th to OcttWi-W Aaterfcea Me* Oaf teeief at WO %  Wee* Caawaafar •/ CM** Professional Entertainment In our Recreation Blag. P' n fj"' .,. Write far Free Beefelet Year Mests, Bletithe oad M U*J la MM eafeia-3rd AVI., W., HENDHSONVILIE. N.C. R^HOROWITZMARGARETEN Sti1^> Till IUI0HAN GMKATKUNGIK JULIUS GUT MANN Sea ef the late Feaaeet Ceeter aad Ceaapeser Ban.ch Getaaeee ef Pre* Hat made Miami his home. Rise L.il"*' %  • n l m ,"'o Cili. Laor.ts Meichior were his partners With **• "'Que method of t.ng.ng (beautiful, easy unlimited rani,)' he wants to guide all k,n. ( • ingoro. '=* a w. nth s,t FR nan T Crisp, crooefcy, aW onio/ftd--/aWlo7 rts frkfed* oVtfj / 6 blarkNtonc flower shopte serve yea 21 hours JE • 1591 Deaaestic Nelp V\J %  •lieMa Warkara \^ sUMI* IT MX Sth St. an Owner sX Mk 14 MX 24th ST. it's cold inside FUR STORAGE CALL 82-1611 A b*ndtd messenger will csllj* ymrjurt ffmftiy • llMOtillNt ensmiNO eair*iaiH4 • CH* NIN# t OaaRBUUTOaYM. 1NU



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%  J nnp 29. 1956 )uble King Rites Unite Miss Gilbert ind Stephen Winig at Fontainebleau dmible ring candlelight | The bride selected a gown of ,-nv on Sunday. June 24. Miss; white peau de Mi. Her portrait !j Natalie Gilbert became neckline was outlined with apkiephen I Winig. Rabbi Irv; plique flowers centered by seed I'hrman of Temple Emanupearls. This motif was repeated • on her short shirred sleeves. Her Juliet cap, also of white peau de soi and trimmed with seed pearls, v Gilbert. 4535 Alton held four layers of fingertip-length liiiini' B *" ach The room on ol Mrs. Mae Winig and Mr. ,min Winig, Philadelphia, Pa. + **>!** ft, r**. 'ff-*r Page 5 B Mated al the rites held in frontainehleau hotel I bride is the daughter of Mr. French illusion. The bride carried white orchids on her confirmation Bible. She is a native Miamian. graduated from Miami Beach High School and completed her sophomore year at the University of Alabama, where she was selected Miss February" by the Rammer sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon. The groom attended the University of Alabama, where he was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu. At present, he is an executive of the Carolina Cotton Mills in Dillan, Serving as maid of honor for the bride, who is the granddaughter of prominent Miamians Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields and Mrs. Rose Gilbert, was the groom's sister, Susan Winig. Bridesmaids included her cou-1 ss Bain Weds wrence Einhorn n„ rino candlelight "* ,aB "uiuar, uy me Hammer ; v ";f X. SHEIKS £=~ ,.?s JS*S *• of the Kmpress hotel on SunJune 24, Mia* Bonnie Ann becar • 'he bride of Laurence jinhorn. Rabbi Max Shapiro iat,<] at the 5:30 p.m. rites. bride is the daughter of ^"' Raymond Bain. 2531 SW 15th Ewii, and the late Mr. R. The .room is the son of Mr. Mrs. Samuel Einhorn, Cincin0. %  in marriage by her uncle, Trauo the bride wore a floor. **".? e nHl 0 H id i^/ h n n n rf sins J !" Rubin n Joan Gilbert ? P *h Z* SIX* clr I Junior bridesmaids were Adrian *** i n S ;l ,tn J Z1 Deblinger and Dorothy Ann Golde stein, with Lois Goldstein and Mary I Ann Frank serving as flower girls Arthur I. Gilbert served as best man for his new brother-in-law. i M,-. H ernice GoldberRer Ushers wepe thp .^ ,udy Howd Winig. and Herbert, Strauss and Sheldon Steinfeldt. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lipsky. prominent Philadelphians and maternal grandparents of the groom. flew in to attend the wedding. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Nsssau and Atlantic City, N.J.. after which they will live in Florence, S.C. **$. mmtH WINIG *$. LAWHHCl UHHOIN %  id of honor was the bride's dial Irma Bain. Bridesmaids Dips was junior bridesmaid, I Linda Sue Gordon was flower pbort Fhrlich, of Cincinnati. best man. and ushers were hrd Deutsch and Sid Bederf bride is a graduate of Miami %  High School, where she was ember < f Phi Delta Gamma. attended the University of i groom is attending the Uniof Cincinnati and is affilifwith Sigma Alpha Mu. rt-of-town guests were Mr. and Sidney Rederman and son, land Mrs. Norman Mack and Bter. Mm. Adolph Einhorn. Robert Machnovitz. Mr. and Harry Einhorn. Mr. and Mrs. Car! Mr. and Mrs. Sam o, Mr and Mrs. Loui Bazrod |touple will make their home in nnati. | ORIGINAL PAINTINGS $10 to $40 Rhoda Weds Mr. Franklin on in-Laws' On the 38th anniver>arv of the IK c r !" ., c-.u th6 30 r i D U m ""n'f'K 3 ^ '* I* The ** "" ** in marmnnv P candlel| 8 ht cere ** by her uncle. Samuel Sall.ck. Th a. .u of South NorwaJk. Comt The br.de is the daughter of The bride wore a gown of white Mr" f £,„ l dma and the la,e W de so.e. ballenna-length. and Mr. A reldman. 500 13.h -t -cooped neckline, scalloped crown Miami Beach. The grooms parents and elbow length veil. She carried are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Franklin, white orchid, on a white Bible Niagara Falls, N.Y. The bride, an Alpha Lambda Bergers to Mark Son's Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Berger, of 7330 Carlyle ave., will celebrate the engagement of their son, Harold, to Elinor Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Abramson, of Silver Springs. Md at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute this Saturday. Miss Abramson and Mr. Berger Mr. and Mrv Al Aaronson. —_ u ler a honeymoon to ocean are attend,n lowson s,a,e Teach Hiss and New Orleans ers College. Mr. Berger who also attended Syracuse University and f the University of Miami, will graduate from Towson State in June. Mr. and Mrs. Berger are active members in Agudath Israel. Mrs. Berger is first vice president of the Sisterhood, and Mr. Berger is on the board of directors of the synarHAMED, All SUIJECTS PI 9 2513 gogue. %  Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVUSARIES J Ul M1TZVAHS |"*B 25 tt 1,000 •a ft* Ocean at Uacafa teW FOR RESERVATIONS TOEPMONI JE B-OH MISS IUZABITH flit (Uurdi'nes faWaWflMff SUNSHINE FASHIONS' e l*t. oft. n. WIST PAIM tfACB MISS MIUMI ALllAHOt* Recent births in the Greater Miami area include the following: MT. SINAI HOSPITALDaughter born to Mr. and Mrs Sevmour Siegel June 12. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman June 12. Daughter bom to Mr. and Mrs. Jordon Harris June 11. Son born to Mr and Mrs. Leonard Snyderman June 11 Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winn June 11. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Deutch June 9. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Safra June 8. MISS CAROL WASHIR Helene to Become Mrs. Donald Fox Helene Louisa Alexander will become Mrs Donald Sidney Fox in the near tuture. The bride-to-be U the daughter of Mr and Mrv Jerrj \ < uander, former Miamians and now of Orlando Fla Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lacaord Ite, Orlando Helene i< the granddaughter of pioneer Miamian Nathan Alexander and the late Mrs. Alexander. She ia graduate of Edgewatcr M School m Orlando and attended the Universit) of Alabama, where -he H atliliated with Sigma Delta Tail sorority She was named "Miss College Park" in an Orlando beauty content. Mr. Fox alM graduated from Orlando High ScbOOl, CU8 of 1951. and attended the I nners.ty of Florida. ffia lraternity was Pi j Lambda Phi. Petts Tell Troth Of Mr and Mrs. Philip Pott 2391 SW 24th ter.. announce the engagement of their daughter. LUrabe'th. to Man-in Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Friedman. 121 SW 19th rd. Following her graduation from Miami Beach High School. M.ss P*tt attended Hunter College in WVrnt-r-Kahti M$. JACK HANKLIN ] Anniversary Delta sholastic honorary and Rap. pa Delta Phi education honorary, was graduated cum laude from the University of Miami. The groom, a member of Phi Lambda Phi and Beta Beta Nu. la BBBOcJated with S. S. Pine Co. and will report for active duty with the armed forces on July 29. After a reception and dinner in the_ Ruhaiyat room of the Algiers hotel, the couple left for a honey^ moon in Florida. Carol Washer Will Marry Physician In Aug. 12 Rites Graduation was a double celebration for Miss Carol Washer a? her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Washer, 1056 Lenox ave., announced her engagement to Dr. Morton E. Getz. son of Mrs. Regina Getz and the late Jacob M. Getz, of 6901 Indian Creek dr. Miss Washer is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, was a member of the National Honor Society and Thespians, winning the trophy upon graduation. She received a four-year seholarship to the University of Miami, graduating cum laude with an AB degree wring in speech. While at college, she was active in the Ring Theatre, held the office of secretary of Hillel and was appointed as a delegate to their national convention. The bride-elect is also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta freshman honorary society and Delta Theta Mu national honorary society of arts and science. Dr. Getz was a graduate of Miami Beach High School, received his AB degree at Emory University, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Sigma biology honorary. He was also first violonist in the symphony orchestra. He received his Masters in medical micology at Perdue University, also doing three years of research work while working on his Ph D. Dr. Getz published two papers on "Communicable Diseases" before graduating from Bowman Gray School of Medicine. He is a member of Phi Rho Sigma medical fraternity. The groomelect is serving his internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Aug. 12 has been set as the wed'ding date. i Elizabeth New York City and the University of Miami. Mr Friedman also attended Miami Beach High School, where he met his bride-to-be. He has recent1>returned from a year of study in Sweden. After a Sept. 2 wedding, tho couple will live in Illinois,



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Fcge 6B "frT^ffffrfrtiUff I0*ir.h*> Upton Mid thai %  tke number of J£+l Jd in tho V0 | ume of ^ saving associate ir ^ ""• r he lncreast ^ dends. !" Dividends to Give Six Million Dollar Boost, Dade Federal President Says rWMfe M I.ipton. I' S. Savings and loan association* will distnband I -an I eafM dim-tor for ute a June 30 semi annual dividend Florida and president of Dade totaling more than 520 million dolFederal Savings and Loan Assn. of lars. It is the largest distribution Miami, announced Wednesday that of earnings in the industry's 125 •lie June 3d semi-annual di-trinu year history, and will go to more tion ..I dividendl>\ the local sav. han 9 m i|| ion savers. The mid *•*•* ""d tltwwl, |„g, ;„„I loan institutions wtU!ate (|jvjfJond jn 9M sit, HidjL^r ^ ^Ul a boost .'I near!) sil million dollars et. Highway 74. "* %  NORMAN E. MJTIBI i L T 0 R 13030 N.W. 7t* An. W] 2 4'/ 2 ACRE PIKJ 200.000 in the MISS LtNOKt BOMTZ MISS C10KIA KAKITA Terrace is Site Of Lenore's Vows ")iss I.enore Horetz and Burton } %  Eaton arc ail -el 1,1 aarhaniii vewi jn Forot Hills Inn. Lang ltd, N.Y. Wisconsin Student I< Leon's Fiancee Miamian Arthur S. Leon re.1 hi:,li honors when he graduated from the University ol Florida. \nd he'll marry a girl who also uated with hi>;h university rs His fiancee is Miss Gloria Rakita <>i Milwaukee, Wll Her parents. Mr and Mr-. Leo Rakita Mil i. announce the engagement. Mr. Leon Ithe son of Mr and Mr-. I n 2151 S\V lKth tcr. The bride el.ct received her rs in psychology when aha lated this month from the i ersitj ol Wisconsin she ii bar oi Pal chl and trill conI mil U) postgraduate -tiidv as a research aaaiatanl in psycholog) Mi Laon was a letter man in Bl Miami Senior High School, which he -radii.ited At the UI he received the frntatandinj Chemistry student award He raaalvad hiMaata rt degree m ochemistry at the University of V. iseonain and is now a .senior in II • SCMOOl 01 medicine Hi was a bouaefaflow at residence halls and a research assistant in medicine He is R memtier of l'hi Meta Kappa, Phi Kta Sigma. Itii Kappa Phi. (lamina Sigma Epsii. n Phi Sigma ami Phi Chl. Sulkens Mark 50th Anniversary Ml and Mr\i a \ Sulken celebrated their ">0th weddhtg anniversaay on Saturday, lune 23. with a dinner part) in Grant Neck. NY. Hi Sulkeiis. who reside at 1005 a\e Miami Beach, were Is of honor at the function, at which their children, grandchil dren and great grandchildren presidn Married June 21. 1906. in New York City, the couple have been retired for the past 15 years. They have one son. Herman Sulken. at whose Great Neck home the anniversary party was held, with Mr>. Sulken acting as hostess. Their two daughters are Mr. and Mrs Henry .S>Kiai Steig. Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Nat (Selitia> Saaalaw, Woodmere, Long Island. N.Y. In addition, the Sulkens have n grandchildren and three I grandchildren. Mr Sulken is a member of the I of Temple Emanu-El. the Masons and is active in Federation. The bride-to-be is the daughter ol Mr aari lira wiiham Barati Hollis. Long Island. N.Y. The groom-elect, of Kendall. Fla.. is the son of Mr. and Mrs Daniel K Eaton, Miami. The 7 p.m. ceremony will be in an out doors terrace alcove under a floral bank on June 30. Dr. Her; | schel Lavas Will officiate. Matron of honor will he the bride's sister. Mrs Judith Warren. id Hicksville. I.I Best man for the groom will he her lather. The couple will drink from the same silver chalice used at the waddiag Ol his parents 28 years I Miss Bored i< I 1 0 55 graduate of Hunter Cottage in New York, where she was vice president of Helta Phi EBStton sorority. Mr Eaton is %  1951 graduate of tin l HIM isitv of Miami, where he was \ice president of Alpha SpatIon Pi fraternity and editor of M Book He served overseas as second lieutenant with the Strategic Air ( ommand during the Korean War. A seated dinner will follow the ceremony. After a honeymoon in i'ape Cod. the couple will be at; home at 7210 112th st.. Forest Hills. to the income of some s.im unt holders Dade county area. ,,i„n stated that the report coven the eleven associations and their respective branches all lo In Dade county. This profli distribution hits an all time high for these specialised thrift and home finandnf institutions both in number of persons sharing the earning! and in total dollars. Total savings in Dade county's aevlllgl and loan associations have increased 70 million dollars over the same date a year ago, or up from 380 million %  dollars to 450 millions I.ipton pointed out that the increase locally is aJaO a reflected growth state and nation a ide "The savings and loan industry has been building a better and stronger America for 125 years, but the last decade has been highlighted by phenomenal growth in the nation's 6.000 odd associations. Assets have increased more than 270 percent to 40 billion dollars. and the number of savers have tripled in the past decade." the Dade president said. Nationwide, the 6.000 savings 425 million dollars. EDMONSON'S TRANSFER Emanu-EI Names Cantor Israel Reich Israel Reich will be new cantor of Temple EmanuEl. according to an announcement here Wednesday by Samuel Fnedland. Emanu-EI president. Fnedland said that Cantor Reich will begin his duties at the Temple beginning Aug. 1. For the past 13 years. Cantor Reich has been serving congregaM0VING tmd MAULING. Podded Vow Service anyrfca*. My price is rifht. Ner or Plat. Ph. Mil 1 54*3. Merritt Island Specials 402 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE $200 per Acre Prised Wmy ttoder Market 25 ACRES WATERFRONT at latersectiaf leads Near Near A1A Miaaway. This h awaailrof. $300 aer Acre 200 ACRES NEAR NEW A1A $200 per Acre 80 ACRES INDIAN RIVER WATERFRONT at Oaly $125 per Acre We Also Hove 10 Acre Tracts Wyman Atkins f A I T 0 t 127S9 W. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 891935 PI 8-8332 A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO OWN FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Tropical Ranches Near Everglades National Pork IAND WANTED NAVI QUALIFIED BUYERS FOt | ACMAOE TWOS ANT IN HORBA George H. Schuto, "Flerida Real i irtt( j^ 906 S. Miami Ave.,ri; Homestead Redland Ai ACREAGE GROVES CHICKEN RANCH-BUSINESS U.S. 1 FRONTAGE Anything m tttt frt* INDUSTRIAL LEAS Will Build to Suit Light or Warehousing — Beit Ta 2'2 ACRE COMB Residential. 2 Miles North H M.000 Part Cash. Balance) VA ACRE BUILDING! Hi Pme tint COOPER & Mc( REALTORS 1320 N. Kress* Aw. N0MESTUD, FLOtM Marion Coi Acreage 2,600 ACRE HANOI Consisting of 2 000 acres C* acres ..rge lake— 1J miles highwi tions on the West Coast inrluHino • w • 5-e*r* FlerMe raach site t %  2 modem masonry names terrific pre-aJtvetepfaetit price. $6f 5 i.. oqu.pm.nt shed. %  *a*t atatai eay ditsaraace hew Ma Consisting of MttKn isnau yaat aaaaran is. re caasa lr ., nice—1: miles h Beth Sholom. San Francisco, and Beth Israel. Ixis Angeles He has also been conducting a school to train young cantors. He is the protege of Prof. H W. Binder and studied under Bruno Kiser. Max Helfman and Paul Desau. < ;mtor Reich has also been continuing his stucttea at the I'niverBlsf of Southern California. Married, he and Ha, Reich have three children. fell price. $S aawa $10 per -at*. gJ^^^ ^"3? %  Na Miterest, aa carrytaac aar|s a la-1 years at %  seraMe title. RICHARD M. BROOKS 15131 N.W. 7th AVENfJI MIASM. FLORIDA rhaitt RMJ 1^031 A FOt atOCNINtf Hebrew Teachers to Picnic Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami will hold its annual picnic Sunday. July 1. starling at 10 am., according to president Louts C.adon location is Crandon Park at parking lot 2. Chairman of the affair is Tzvi Rosencram SHLMIDAN GOLIH Sheridan Golin Bar MHzvah Here Sheridan A very, son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Golin. 281 NE 51st st.. Miami, will become Bar Mitivah on Saturdaj morning. June 30. at Tifereth Israel NorthMdc (enter. Rabbi Abraham Herson. who has been Sheridan's teacher, will ofQ. eiafe. with Cantor Albert Giant! rendering the musical portion of the liturgy. Mr and Mrs Colin will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat on Frida> aaa> ning and at Kiddush on Saturdaymorning. A recaption and dinner will ha held in the Bar Matrvahs honor Saturday evening at the Algiers hotel. Ultl M.K MW I I \JOHN Z7* %  ••. elevation tM ft a ana o be.ut.fu. i. k front...' 0% n acre. .Ire,., pl.tt.d !nt # i£ quarter, er. | 0 ta. Owner, wart n,ou. to aell ,ni yo^ can nlll Phone M0 M296 KEN D. ROSEN, Realtor sr


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, Tune 29, 1956 J^jar i:ii>\ ih, ."•( I.I of November \ D i.itf.i under % %  < the %  • if Flo Ida PL \ (i Kvl:.\i> i 'i i .i i.ipoi.i'i. ii %  nf nuslni I'.nl.' County, In the PI i 1-1 trheevnta ihr Mm i.l -II h corporation iiw i jimr. A i>. nut, III Ihr offl.-r of th* State >if !h-stunof -• in of ,ll th* '"' v umlir the pr\ wt<v eertlfv to Ike fore•n.l thai hr iaatlaflcl that the mt-nt. "f I.IW have lifx-n i-oinwith rWITXKSK WHKREOr I have I my hand and hava ihed H,i(ireat Henl of the Ktxte Florida, m THllahaaeee. the J'tial. thl thr Twenty-fifth day Jun*. A l> lM A GRAY, Racntarf of tate I Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herman, 1231 15th ter., Miami Beach, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday night, June 30, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Russell is a ninth grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, recently received the Ner Tamid Award and attends Temple Emanu-El religious school. Reception will be held at the Ritz Plaza hotel. FRanklin 3-9922 GEORGE DYKES, Broker 609 INGRAHAM B10C, MIAMI 120 Acres NEAR GRAHAM DAIRY-S750 PER ACRL 29% Dawn Call CARL PFEIFFER, Realtor TOD A y 4642 W. Flagler St. •HONE 13-6038 SOUND INVESTMENT 115 ACRES IN HEART OF NEW INDUSTRIAL AREA, WEST OF AIRPORT 13c square foot FRANKLIN CRAVER, Broker Phone NE 4-7364 5,300 ACRES VER0 BEACH AREA-SI 1 0 per Acre 2,000 ACRES 3 Mi. Highway Frontage, $85 per Acre 134 ACRES R?I B 1^ AR0 COUN TY-4,000 Ft. Railroad Frontoge, SI,200 per Acre JOSEPH D'ANGEIO ,,. Jegisfered Broker Ph. Hollywood 3-4944 or 2-0014 Specio/isfs since 1924 in choice real estate in Tropical Southwest Florida large Acreage, Woterlront, Islands, Highway Frontage, Business Opportunities JEFFC0TT REALTY INVESTMENTS 2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYERS, FLORIDA Phone Edison 5-4421 Over 1' 4 Mile River and Lake Frontage 400 w7V. C ? ted ?" """ 0e l8land wi h ISMI ti I c ear,d r 'Jy or building. vHni ?L ,, ; herma paradise or dea V :^a^ r o r $ T500 ,Or re, ed T Ct DWELLING-Suburban L b e H r00n ^ ba,h livin 8 ">om, dining, 'J!'' 1 "/"' servant's cottage. Located on 5.3 acres of land. Available. $13.500. ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT viMMr&SbgfciSr 1 compiete H. H. TANNER, Realtor CULPEPPERWATKINS Tanner-Huffman Co., Palatka, Flo. Phone East 5-2081 LEGAL NOTICE IRTIPICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION [THE NAME AND BY THE IITHORTY OF THE STATE 1 OF FLORIDA \ H H< '\i riiKsr pfit-'v. %  HAM, COMB, QRERTINGB: >r..-. NK V V VI I,in. J-~'%  %  i;;i • v rTTT, KMMUPA M f -'N Wll.ln Ki i^ I'ITT, Kl.nltlPA UII.HI I'lTT. FLORIDA \ Wll.ln. K|..'::i\ CITY, FLORIDA .' I N"Vl mlw-r. A.D. tncorpcim,tad under %  BMonn i.f th.Renrrnl corpora|11 ...1,. stB ,,. Ilf n „ r |,|., P'-Wli !•> | on ill. HI. with [ f liiisinoiM nt lunty, in the nil wl .... ihe I pore t Ion • *1 [ r i ma, \ i. !•:>, i the office ..f the %  f SUte of ihe State %  •< %  • %  i.i nnf %  ii %  ... M %  „. I .inl WHKRKOl I ir..| .,„. I have I %  .-. the I rutfe dnj Ii,' uv ..f ttnta MEANS K KOSHER K FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES Y00 BUY C^ Prodocf j have "' Sapanis'm CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO M.I, To WH'iM TMRSE PRKSKNI'S SII.M.I. II. Mi:. liBKETINCS \\ hi I RRN.I VMIV Ml \MI II.. i|l|| \ .. \KI..\M. M Bl HI' IK MIAMI. 1 I. >ltl I > \ AMOfl BENJ \Ml.\. MIAMI Kl.o|(H>\ did >.n Hie 9lli da) "f July, A l> I9M, i an-,, i.. he ited under the |MI>\ Mmi.H i.f ih.ireneral eorporatlon liiw of the State ..f Plorida BOIXKVARO HOLDING I-M.MIAW ;i corIMHHllun. lih ll prlri. i|.al pta litiNineaa ai Miami, Dada County, in lhltiiion of 'iih porpnratlon. "Now. therefore, the Berretary of State doen lieiel.v r<-rtlf> to the fore|toln and that he IK aatleried that Ihe requirement* of law have been compiled with IN WTTNKSS WHRRKAS. I have hereunto ael mj hand ami have afllv.vl ihe OMI Seal of Ihe Stale of Florida, at TaBlaaee ihe Capital. Ihl* the Twenly-thinl day Of June, A.D lf.MJ. It \ up.AY. Becretary ..f Stale (SKM.) 6 'B NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapti i of i!-ii File A-1*146 MOTK'E IN HKREBY fJIVKN thai Jiinlus Hat kin-, holder of i' Sale Certlflrale So i ed Ihe l-t day of June, A.D. lSt, hae filed le application I i" he I Hi. n Said ''• %  llflcati en fnllowlna rl propertt i" the County or I >. % %  %  State f Morlila, to. wit I...I IS. I i riu Park, flal Bo! II (' in the Count) ..f Dade, Bl of Florida Tli. i men! of undei tha aal n "'•• r VValti & Minnie i 'II %  ahall %  ri IIK to law the pi-oporty daocrlbod herein will !•• anld to Ihe hiaheat bidder nl ih'•• m the fl i uruat, 1934 whi. h la tha ih day of Auauai li ; ; !th da> i inLRATHKRMAN. i 'Ii I ;, i hi B) s > M>'< >RE, l' "'• irir.ull Co /2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES; COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 31290 In Re RBTATE 'I HARRY SANDS. I" To All Creditor* and Ul '•"ln K Clalma or L i a nw ii M ; "-"' 1 ., h n,.till..I and nlalma and deman '• ', ,|,h.r ..f M>< 'i hav. ,-etai. >^"> %  '• V h.te i '"> n-He will be barred Hate lune ". X .'.'^ |lH ini-VK I "\ > A \ I •*•. 5KveV.!ir.x of Ihe I--' Ml of MARRV SAXDS '•• MVKMS IIKIMAN **K !" 'A* AH...M.Vfor Irene Ida Samlx. HMeaMl (/ — 7/a-U-W Because Wise People Know "Now is the Time to Buy" WE HURRIED back from a brief vacation, owing to calls for BEACH PROPERTY. rOR SPECIALS in lots, homes, business and income properties come ana folk it over with us at our informal office on the ocean. YOU'LL BE SURPRISED how small an amount down will take seme properties, and what liberal terms we can arrange. LORD'S REAL ESTATE 14 COMMERCIAL BLVD. (By the Pier; 1 Block East of Traffic Light LAUDERDALE BY THE SEA Phone LOgan 4-1293 $125 PER ACRE 1,000 Acres, Lake County 1 4 DOWN, Balance 4 Years Adjoining 3,000 Homesite across from 2 million acre National Forest Hoffman Realty" 1427 N. Federal Highway Ft. Leuderdale, Florida LO 4-8419 — 9:00 to 9:00 ACREAGE 5 Acres 320' Frontage Redland Road ,i MILE CITY LIMITS OF HOMESTEAD GOOD BUY AT 12.200 PER ACRE 20 Acres IDEALLY LOCATED. eM FT. FRONTAGE ON SILVER PALM DRIVE, 330 FT. WEST OF U.S. 1. 11,500 PER ACRE Keen-Lovell Real Estate 16121 Federal Hwy., Perriae CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Phone 817-9015 BREYARD COUNTY R. C. BURNS 116 Willard St. Cocoa, Florida SPECIALISTS IH BREVARD COUNTY PROPERTY Wl HAVE A/WrHNG TOO WANT, LARCE OR SMAU Rood Frentoge e Ocean Frontage e Business Sites e Investment Properties e Groves •*• Homes Look Look 20 ACRES Just off U.S. No. 1. A good deal at $1,750 per acre, terms 20 ACRES Old Grove in the Central Redlands Only $1,500 per acre 40 ACRES Corner Redland Rd. and Homlin Dr., high lond. Only $1,850 per acre, terms. 25 ACRES Hninlin Or. beautiful pine land. Good location. $1,850 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. AM modern construction, can be bouoht at sacrifice. Owner has other plans. BAR and DANCE HALL On biuy State Highway No. 70 going toward Miami, gasoline station includtd. Good buy for right party. 6 miles East o Arcadia LEWIS AMBLER, Realtor P. 0. Bex 471, Arcadia, Florida Phone Walnut 81281 MORRIS H. LEVSKY ASSOC. REALTOR Phone Evenings-WAlnut 8-7851 Arcadia, Florida 10 ACRES Broward County In a rapidly developing area. A good small speculation at $550 per acre. All cash. 250 ACRES 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 .it $400 per acre. Half cash, balance 3 years at 5':. 480 ACRES Terrific Opportunity for Large Developer mile Route No. 7. 3 miles of other road frontage, cleared and ready now Complete topo and proposed layout available. Priced at $2,000 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 500 homes. Water 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 Streets and water in. F.H.A. approved. 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. $2400 per acre. 29*. down. 5 years at 5', for balance. Contact Acreage Dept. JA 3-1411 Day or Night Anaconda Realty Co. 303 E. LAS 0LAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE $65 PER ACRE MARION COUNTY (0CAIA SILVER SPRINGS) 2,750 ACRES • sen arorc HFaVY CLAY SOIL, lush "" carBe *$. HondrotI$ of 2,150 ACRES H "V "*L J eosi | developed muck. W mile river thousands young '"• f. 00 ,?"" M ile front on paved road. Hear fron boa. ^£ !" SMZ 3^ K U and su.dWisi.n Erf l-t Si S=M£ *P-9S <" w Mn B tt m P-nonage, S105 per oere. BROKERS COOPERATE MAC KENZIE, Realtor B0X39,0aiA,FUL PHONE MA 24215



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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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June 29, 1956

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Full Text
tewwMortlun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
30Number 26
t
lite Grtzens Councils Seen Thorny Issue To Jews Of South
ICRAC Resolution Urges Respect for Low;
iposition to Court Compliance is Flayed
kANTK' (TTY (JTAV-The predicament in which the Jews in the South find themselves as a result
Relations Advisory Council, which con-
Kgn at the tour-day conference of the National Community
Jit the Ritz-Carlton hotel early this week.
[The Jew, aders. representing the American Jewish Congress. Jewish Labor Committee, all nation-
b r, ,us orsanizatioM Jew.sh *ar Veterans and many Jewish community council, werVtold
kJews in the South find themselves in the middle of the fight between the "White Citizens Councils"
and
ICf opens
Ordination for
Women Major
|Top:c at Meet
UITIC i ITY (JTA) The
lion of whether women should
Itrdained as members of the
ate and the rising rate of
iage among Jews in the
[States arc two of the major
being discussed at the
IWtraal convention of the Cen-
Konference nf American Rab-
Na* organization of Reform
, which opened here Monday.
on the agenda of the con-
I ire the 'juestions of the
ship of psychiatry to reli-
and the caliber of Jewish
Ibon in Sunday and religious
k
RESIGNATION PROTESTS UN FAILURE
Ben Gurion Charges Security
Council Succumbed to Pressure;
Dccares Moral Status Impaired
JERl SALEM (JTA)Western observers, reviewing the dramatic
outcome of the Government crisis here this week predicted that a
toughening up of Israels attitude toward the Arab States could be
expected following the departure of Moshe Sharett from the Israel
foreign Ministry. There was general agreement, however, that the
ology at the University Ol Mm P wou,d1not reM,,t in an>' maJor Policy changes and that
nesota and an authority on minor- l""^' f Jons w" ^ **-----------------------------
It, and civil rights problems, told ^ s ^"erat.ng in-
the conference: nuences.
... Premier David Ben Gurion. ad-
Jews hip M.mewhat suspected dressing the Knesset in the debate
in the south of being relatively precipitated by the Shar-tt resig-
l.beral-minded in regard to civil Mtton. pledged hi. government to
rights, which they are on the aver i policy of peace and to observance
age. although many individual of the armistice agreements as far
Jews are vicious proponents and as tbey are observed by their Arab
practicers of discrimination. In signatories. He strongly reiterated
order to avert suspicion, and even his opposition to a ""preventive
worse things like boycott, some war" which he characterized as
Southern Jewish merchants are -sheer madness." but he made
joining the White Citizens" Coun- clear that Israel would fight
ell*, although their relationship is
nominal. Nevertheless, race preju-
the Negroes with regard to
implementation of the Supreme
Court decision against segregation.
Dr. Arnold Rose. Professor of Soci-
repel any Arab aggression.
it
to
He
its moral status indicated to many-
observers that Israel, in future,
would look less to the United Na-
tions and more to its own poten-
tial. It was considered significant
that the Premier scolded Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold for
failing to make clear in the report
on his Middle East mission Israel s
declared intention to observe the
letter and spirit of the armistice
agreements only so long as the
other side equally observed them.
While Premier Ben Gurion won
M. ARNOLD BOSf
. Jews suspected
handily in the three Knesset votes
left no doubt that Israel would not which followed the debate precipi-
permil persistent border viola- ,a,ed by the share" resignation,
. the votes were not construed as
t'i go uncha cnged. _______, ,
approval of any major policv
The Premier's reference to the change.
In the national Jewish organ- Security Council and his charge Speakers for the parties in th Izations, most of the influence of ,ha, I{> surrender t0 yerba, terror. coalition, including a leading Ma-
2A izat.on bv the Arabs had impaired pai >****"* Messed that the
______________________________________ resignation was not over a clash
dice has a slippery quality, and
in some Southern communities the
Citizens* Councils are attacking
Jews as well as Ni
Continued on Pag*
convention is also hearing
lifting on reports on the Unit-'
Wates attitude toward Israel.1
nmomic boycott and discrimi-j
PINEAU'S HOVE DROPPED IN TALKS AT WASHINGTON
DULLES COLD TO BID FOR UNIFIED POLICY
I against American Jewish j
bv Arih ...vnrnmont. nrn.' WASHINGTON (JTA)French attempts to secure
by Arab governjtSMU, P">" |, unified Western poijcv on munitions sales to Israel
to combat juven.le dehn-, m ,ha, onc na,lon_i,ke France-would not be re-
and the far reaching impli- j qUjred to assume all the responsibility met with a
s of automation.
on policy but a protest against the
failure of the Western Powers to
recognize Sharett's policy of mod-
ion and to support it by pro-
viding Israel with defensive arms.
A Mizrachi Labor spokesman call-
ed the resignation "an open. vigor-
French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau ended his tt protest by a peace-taring
Visit to Washington. statesman who felt betrayed by the
The French diplomat raised this question in his Great Powers.
1 cold shoulder here this week, it was revealed when
UHCE SEEN IN CASE Of TERRITORIAL EXCESSES
irrnany Hit at Compensation Failure
talks with Secretary of State Dulles but Mr. Dulles
no comment and the matter was dropped.
M Pineau indicated that no agree
nu nt had been reached on the
question of arms to the Middle
East, and he described the ques-
tion a- very complicated."
In London, Foreign Secretary-
Continued on Page 11 A
*
SEEK EMERGENCY MEETING
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
Wednesday asked the Israel-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Com-
mission for n emergency meet-
ing to discuss Jordanian attacks
Tuesday on Israeli personnel and
property in the Kfar Saba area.
ONDON (JTA)The West German Government's
to accord compensation rights to Jews and
persons persecuted in territory outside Ger-
^was hit here in the fifth annual report of the
Trust Corporation, successor organization
(m the Rntish rone of Germany and the British
of Berlin
federal Indemnification Law, which was re-
ported amended, provides compensation for German
nationals who were victims of Nazism and for victims
who resided in Germany before or after the war and
who were victims, but has done little for Nazi vie
tims in territories occupied by the German armies,
the report pointed out.
The report also hit the Gen
Government's
ULANCA (JTA) The
n authorities were report-
"s *eek to have indicted
ness to permit the emi-
of about 4.000 Jews now
"*blanca emigration camp
*t emigration centers.
these emigrants were
*w to leave for Israel how-
* ould not alleviate the
J of thousands more who
"nii;ration.
Jtoatron became doubly
m "" hght of the total
on by fin of a ion*
o warehouse in which
attempt to curtail compensation payments to sue-
cessor organizations to .a.ouu
deutschemarks for each of the for
mer Jewish communitiesthe
exact sum which marks the upper
limit of claims for individuals who
suffered property lostM M I re
suit of Nazi action. This, the Jew-
i-h Trust Corporation pointed out.
Ml a violation of several repara-
rocco is Reported Offering
To Ease Ban on Jewish Exit
the Jewish emigrants had stor
all their clothing and heavy lug ,,., agreements and was unjusti-
gage for transportation to Israel. f(ab|e on gcncrai grounds.' It also
tl... n.,nl,> re now Without u__ Cniprnmcnt
These people are now wiuwu d ,he ^^ Government
J5S toTavin. for .a.blanca Jewish cemeteries "<""">
Ffforts to secure the release c,a|ms to,ai,ng about 45.000 OW
of the interned Jews as well as deuchomarks had been collected
the subsequent "*'" ,,v prgeniTation by the end of T Jonah j. Goldstein (left) shows Eddie Cantor
who are affected fc ^ lu 9 New y^ ^^ Ecst Slde# a tapeehy woven
a fellow
thousands more
by the ban on emgiration
to Is 1955. the
.- v reive a bulk settlement of nearly
rael issued by the Moroccan Gov- cei^a J*m*> ^ >"r
ernment. .re be.ng carried on all 32^000 ^ ^ ^
lovel. of the world Jewish com fo
munity.
resulting
confiscatory measures.
n ORT school in Israel and presented to him on his seven
heth birthday at an ORT-UJA dinner in New York last week.
ORT-UIA arrangements chairman Joseph Tuvim, who made
SepresentaUonJookson. Nearly $1,000,000 was ra-ed.


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I"dQy. June
White Citizens Councils Seen Thorny Issue to Southern JaBfttftS fcK PM, *! t '^-
IC Vlll&VlId VVUIIIIU #VVii wn-j I Auxiliary 243. of Coral Gables, met i"'. consolt,ni; p^chojJ
marriage counselor, spok"*
Continued from Paa 1 A
Southern memhcrs i* directed "to-
iliary
other Amencan loaders have of of our <"^\^i'
helpins to rid the United States resolution ^h\ hat it is the re
s mrectea ,o- ^ major Acrn^ heel. vhJota ipoiBibtlitv ot ,11 *%*
ward asking for understand.ns of hav particularly threatened the ernment ;t even '' """"""
the South and toward opposing ,,, ,ht.v d take a long- and obtain e.mipliance wun me
public expre-M.'iis >>i -i>PI*>rt lor ,,, am1 eounfleow view ol the la*.
the Negro and the Supreme foiirt. curr<,,lt cnMv th- > ire j>layum the Tbfl n etution also a-ked Con-
Some of the national Jewish lea.l v.,.11(1 n,|,, ,nat collaborationist Krr--. to Hied legislation to safe-
ers have consequently hecome ar IrNV> played m Buropc .luring the goaid rigOU to freedom of the j
dent proponents of the moiiera \:m p,.r,>cl. National Jewish lead- (ranehise. freedom from personal
tion' philosophy and among the 9n must active spreaders of tale- ||IU, .im| th,.y should l>e aaptCtad to the courts for enforcement of
about incipient violence in the tl) it^ at |p'a>, moral Mpporl to Constitutional guarantees. It also
South These Jewish leaders are lnc batt]P for civil rights." Pro! ralli>d on the two major political
-e-said ^. parties to incorporalc- in their plat- j
InaresoludKonthedesegrega- forms ***- m support th> Su-
tion tssuas ad#?ed at its eonclud preme Cowl decision fcnd W *
Fsnoa, the National Commu- the full power* of all branches of j
Relations Advisory Council the Federal government to secure
conference emphasized that "re- implementation of the Court a*
to keep quiet about the Negro fof ,aw ordrl>. proce,&, and der.
problem so as not to draw fire on ^ ^^^^ Qf governm,nt In an()(hor resolution, the NCRAC
prerequ.site to the preservation pledged support of the-nght of a Pearson p. Neanian,
organizations
contributing to a most serious dis-
service to the Jewish. crolp as well
as to the whole nation, infrny opin-
ion.
"Southern Jewish leaders." Prof.
Rose declared, "can be expected
themselves. But national Jewish
leaders have the opportunity that
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working for full
equality to carry out their legiti-
mate functions free from interfer-
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'resolution specifically noted that
the National Assn. for the Ad-
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of New
York, has been named chair,
man of the national domestic
affairs committee of the Ameri-1
can Jewish Committee. Nea-
man succeeds Murray I. Gur-
fein. former assistant to the U.S. i
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B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters working wisely and constructively, been banned in several states and chief counsel, the late Supreme
throughout Greater Miami sent in cooperation with other national faces similar action in others for
delegated this week to attend the and community forces, to resolve exercising its constitutional right
80th convention of District Grand the human relations problems fm- j0 "invoke judicial process in pur-
Lodge 5 meetm in Richmond. Va. plicit in the implementation of the ; suits of legal objectives
Officiallv elected president of Supreme Court decision on public The resolution \M on the
District Greed Lodge 5 is F. Albert ",h(M)| desegregation; and agencies of government Federal.
I'allott of Miami WHFRFAS the Anti Defamation stat(. anfj i^i to fulfill their
Court Justice Robert H. Jackson,
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PUZA HOG.. Z45e.ua]
George J. Talianoff, Miami
Beach attorney, chairman of the
Anti Defamation League for Dis-
trict 5 and national ADL commis-
sioner, as well as chairman of the
Florida advisory hoard of ADL.
spearheaded a resolution commit-
tee move Tuesday that adopted the
following: i
WHEREAS the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has been
League of B'nai B'rith has been
working with the great body of
concerned southerners in other re-
ligious organizations. Protestant
and Catholic, who are similarly de-
voted to the American tradition of
respect for law and order, as well
as human dignity; and
responsibility to the Constitution
by exercising their full authority
J to prevent interference with and
abridgement of Constitutional lib-,
erties and urges upon all citizens,
in recognition that freedom is nidi
visible, they protect their own
'freedom by protesting any denial I
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WHEREAS the Anti-Defamation of those freedoms to their fellow
League of B'nai B'rith atilizes the Americans.
Ik t knowledge and proven tech-1 Tne conference also called for
Diquej in the field of human rela- the enactment of state fair educa-
tions to counteract the forces of tionai practice laws prohibiting
bigotry which seek to exploit and discrimination by higher educa-
pervert the real problems of de- tionai institutions on grounds of
segregation for selfish economic | raCtfi cio, or religion. urged
and political advantage; and ("denial of accreditation to any col-
WHERFAS the Anti-Defamation I \ege university or professional
League of B'nai B'rith has assidu-1 school which discriminates in the
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ously avoided meaningless and self
serving pronouncements which
'tend to aggravate rather than re-
duce tensions;
Now therefore be it resolved that
'District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai
B'rith. in convention assembled in
Richmond. Va.. on the 25th day
of June. 1956. hereby expresses its
commendation of and pledges its
support to the program of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
wherein and whereby, through the
application of intelligent planning
and programming designed to meet
the needs of local communities rid
UDDR, working along with other
responsible organizations and in-
dividuals in each community and
state, the decision of the United
States Supreme Court shall be im-
plemented.
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York Rabbinical Delegation Leaves for Russian Tour
....w it is an historic Rabbis, at a m-Pss ,-,>,._____ ujjiqI | gij|
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YORK-MH is an historic
a, when the religious leader
"J New York Jewrythe
the worldvisits the
i,t.rn Europe, who for
jThave ni.i had such contact.
Irder to strengthen them in
rreliSi<"'s faith ,nd in the
^ of their heritage." <
press conference here to Rabb. M
Rabbis, at a
this week.
Rabbi Rackman's statement re-
ferred to the departure of eight
members of the Board for the
USSR. Poland and Czechoslovakia
on Wednesday..
The rabbis' visit will be
sponse to an invitation
n re-
extended
Ski"Enwnuel Rackman. presi- to them by Rabbi Solomon Scblief. eertata 'll^T *'"
fj the N.w York Board of er, of Moscow, in a letter addressed SSSL^L f"' Xo
[Letters to the Editor
The Jewish Floridian:
over a month ago, circum-
permitted me to witness
[incident that so affected me as
[completely reconstitute my at-
toward life.
fa a passenger on board the
Evangelme whan she sailed
orris \ Kertzer secre-i
tary of the Board. "We will
reccvew.th honor and great ,ov"
the delegation of the New York
Board of Rabb, whlch ^Jf*
^M,ur country and see wthth.-.r
-n eyes our sp.ntua. cond.non-
.^0SC.0W raDbl declared.
seek to as-
<*M for re.IKIOu;"w:X ire
commensurate w,th the needs of
the Jewish community which num-
bers from two to three million
souls and how relig.ous |,fe can be
mtens.hed s3,d Rabb, Joseph
M.ller. the Boards vice president
ever, recalled that it was Shavuoth
known as the Pentecost in Ens
lish-and he promptly proceeded tn M^l^Br^kS!!
minded Jew is the name of ,h.s binkal seminary, Rabbi David I
spinted gentleman. Usually a very Golovensky. also
and aplrttual leader of Congrega-
Miami on May 15 for a (J-.J, .d simple person, he him- of the &^'A!T2
stothe West Indies. This | aelf conducted the serv.ceswith of Beth El Synagogue New Roch
e are keenly in-
1 m learning if there are
to attend these school'
one re-
, vas sponsored -by the Cham- sincerity and simplicity. These elle. said
yi Commerce of the City of services turned out to be
Beach,
such circumstances, you
readily imagine that it is ex-
plete with dignity and beauty students
Alfred Lesser. William KJlae fa view of the long period of hostil-
and Abraham Appel. communal-
ly rare to think of prayers, minded citizens, also helped
very unique gentleman.
to
round up the quorum necessary
for religious services. But this was
not allthe group were so emo-
tionally touched that all genera
responded to the request of
Genet, that contributions be made
jto his pet institution, the Hebrew-
Academy of Miami Beach. Inci-
dentally close to $300 was ac-
cumulated for this school.
I should like to thank these gen-
tlemen for an enriching experi-
ence, and may I point out to them
that their faith has helped to re-
vitalize my own religious beliefs.
RICHARD ROTH
iw to Head ZOA
strict in Miami
Mraham Kasow was elected
dent of the Miami Zionist
at a recent meeting here.
ow, a long time resident of
and a Zionist for many
, is a member of the board of~
tors of Beth David Congrega-
A former vice president of
[Miami Zionist District, he is a
and active in civic and _
mDi] affair. Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
elected were vice presi- w"t t0Jhank T0" mr,.;,n'
Dr Morns Kleiman, Ber- cwl* or Th* Jew,sh F,orid>an
H L.eberman. Sam Levin*. Journalism "** *hien "*
Ifcadow and Jerome WeinHe.' aw*rd*dI to m '^ Tuesday eve-
orer, Sol Collins; financial mn ,J,UB* by Rabbi
Hyman Sootin; and
j, Murray Hyman.
Planning patriotic rally July 4 at Flamingo park bandshell,
sponsored by Miami Beach lodge. B'nai B'rith. are Georse
igainst religion and religious Kronengold. president (right), and Gershon S. Miller, co-chair-
man of the afiair and past lodge president Featured speaker
will be Hon. Claude Pepper.
instruction in the Soviet Union."
I Pepper to Address Patriotic Rally
Miami Beach lodge B'nai B'rith.
I- sponsoring its ninth annual In-
dependence Day patriotic rally at
Flamingo Park Bandshell. July 4.
Featured speaker will be Hon.
Claude Pepper, former United
States senator from Florida.
A concert band will play through
the courtesy of the Miami Federa-
What Will Happen in Case ot Attack?
Miami Preparing for a 'Rehearsal'
Btive board are Hon. Abe
riU, Nathan Adelman, Li
L Dickman. Louis Fark. Joe |
Moses Meyer, A. Arthur
Joseph Rayvis, Rabbi}
Rosenberg, Irving Saai.
Sach>. Louis Schwartzman.
Sidney Segall. Simon Seiden.
Sernakcr. MitcheU Shapo.
Simonhoff, Harvey Sootin.
Min, Mrs Hy Sootin and Sam
at graduation exercises.
I read The Jewish Floridian
every week, and I enjoy all the
interesting and stimulating arti-
cles, and the high calibre of re-
porting.
What would happen to Dade
county in an air attack?
On July 20. Miamiand tbe rest
of the United Stateswill find out
as the entire nation takes part in
an all-out dress rehearsal of a
simulated nuclear air attack, ac-
cording to J. N Lumrau.s. Jr..
Dade County Civil Defense direc-
tor.
While the Greater Miami area
is not designated a primary target
in this "Operation Alert 1956.'' it
will serve as a supply and support
Tampa has been hit will alert this
area to prepare for tbe deadly
"fallout'' of radio-active material
Prevailing winds at 35.060 feet will
bring this invisible killer over the
densely-populated Miami area be-
tween Flagler and 79th sts. snt
hours later.
All Civil Defense, military, fed-
eral state and local governments
and agencies will be alerted and
participating. All radio and tele-
vision stations will be silent be-
tween 2 and 2:15 p.m. Residents
tion of Musicians Local No. 655,
Walter Witko. conductor
Rev. Joseph E. Crawley will give
the invocation and Rabbi Alexan-
der Gross the benediction.
Members of the Jewish V.'ar
Veterans Color Guard will present
the colors.
George Kronengold. lodge presi-
dent, and Jack M. Fink and Ger-
shon S. Miller, co-chairmen of the
committee, this week extended an
invitation to the public to attend
the community-wide rally
Other members of the lodge
Americanism and civic affairs t
nuttee are Judge Charles Gertrer,
Harry Milton Laser. Edwin H.
Levin. Karl H. Moskowitz. Burnett
Roth and Meyer Teigman.
Beach Apartment Asm.
Votes m Ferrer ei tttwmmg
A resolution presented by its
president. Morris Gold, favoring
the immediate rezoning of tbe
puted one-mile Miami Beach ocean-
I hope that I shall be worthy of nn{n {or ,he enUre Flonda and are urged to tune in to 640 or 1240 front area, was adopted unan:-
the honor which you have bestow- carnDean area_ providing aid. kc. where instructions and official mously by the Miami Beach Ap.*--
ed upon me. equipment transportation and Civil Defense reports wiU be t- ment Assn. at a meeting last week
DOROTHY NANESS personnel to the "stricken areas, sued.' Lummus declared. in Hibiscus auditorium.
(Doroihv \aneu u th* iwipimi /'jnciuding Tampa. Tallahassee. San ^ final meeting of department Some 300 member apartment
The letcxih Floridian Auwd m Jos* Juan puert0 Rico and the Canal officials is scheduled for early July owner* took the action after hear-
rulum nnua!lv ranted a nudent of Zone. to ensure complete coordination of mg from Sbepard Broad, mayor of
Ae Hebrew Awdcmv KraJuu:: On Julv 20. H hour will be at every phase of "Operation Alert Bay Harbour, speaking in favor of
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Volume 30 Number 26
Friday, June 29, 1956
Integration is an American and Not a Jewish Issue Only
The National Community Relations Advisory
Council made a number of interesting observa-
tions with regard to the Supreme Court ruling
on desegregation as it met in Atlantic City, N.J..
this week.
Principally, these observations had to do
with the Jews of the South. In fact, little that
was said can be disputed. Southern Jews are.
indeed, caught between the crushing millstones
of White Citizens Councils and their tradi-
tional belief in freedom and eguality.
As well, as .Prof. A. L. Rose, of the University
of Minnesota, put it, there are many Southern
Jews who make no secret of their anti-Negro
sentiments. Others, willing to be vocal in their
support of the Supreme Court ruling on de-
segregation, nonetheless fear economic and
social pressures and either actively belong to
White Citizens Councils or serve the Councils'
aims by keeping their sentiments silent.
But if there were nothing, in fact, to dispute in
the deliberations of the NCRAC, there was
nonetheless a qood deal to deplore. To begin
with, the tone of the meeting took an improper
turn. The dilemma of the Southern Jew was no*
alone analyzed; the Southern Jew, as an indi-
vidual, was also chastized. Thus. Prof. Rose
compared him to those Jews of Europe who
once sought to do business with the Nazis.
Apart from such tactless observations, there
was no true understanding evoked for the en-
tire desegregation issue. Rather than looking
upon Southern Jewry's role in the wake of the
He Has His Cake and Eats it
French Foreign Minister Pineau came up
with a good suggestion during his talks in
Washington last week.
Pineau suggested to Mr. Dulles that a unified
policy on sending arms to the Middle East
might well ameliorate the injustices in these
shipments and serve to pacify a dangerously
brewing situation there.
Our Secretary of State, unfortunately, gave
M. Pineau the cold shoulder.
Certainly, the French emissary had his rea-
sons. His government is almost alone among
the nations of the world that have sent arms to
Israel. This has put France in a ticklish posi-
tion so far as her own quarrel with the Arabs
of North Africa and the Near East ar* con-
cerned.
A unified policy would have removed from
the French the burden of singularity and the
criticism of the Arabs. More important, it
would have shown our first effort at taking firm
action against the advancing Arab intrigue.
But Mr. Dulles' cold shoulder has wider im-
plications. Refusing to permit the United States
to ship arms to Israel, he has nonetheless time
and again publicly announced that the State
Department does not object to French ship-
ments.
In this manner, he has been able to mollify
some Jewish opinion at home and to steer a
clear course of non-committment toward Israel
Jo ths mocking applause of the Arab nations.
A Party Honors Achievement
Sam J. Heiman has concluded two seasons
as campaign chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Culmination of his service to CJA came at a
party he hosted Sunday on Miami Beach.
It is the measure of Heiman that he saw the
party as a tribute to Miami's many campaign
Workers rather than to any individual.
During Heiman's leadership of the 1955 and
1956 Combined Jewish Appeal drives, this area
attained an enviable point of achievement.
Heiman's devotion to serving the many '
causes of Jews here, nationally and abroad
and recognition of his duties as a member of
the local Jewish community may well be worth
emuiati--
Supreme Court ruling, the NCRAC came to look
upon Southern Jews as one of the major stum-
bling blocks to the achievement of integration.
In this regard, the NCRAC deliberations did a
keen disservice to the cause of integration by
making it a Jewish rather than an American
issue.
For the fact is that opponents of desegrega-
tion are increasingly attracting bigots of every
brand across the nation and are increasingly
injecting anti-Semitism into their store of muni-
tion.
The NCRAC's implied chastisement of South-
ern Jewry lends credence to the fulmination of
these bigots that integration is a Jewish ques-
tion.
Perhaps equally important with these con-
siderations was that the tone adopted by the
NCRAC failed to take into account the heavy
opposition to integration in the North, as well.
Recently, Sen. Herbert Lehman, of New York,
deploring this type* of blind sectionalism, re-
marked that the North's employment of the
South as a whipping post in the Supreme Court
ruling is a smokescreen designed to disguise
the impoverished state of race relations there.
We would have wished, instead, for these
clear developments in Atlantic City:
1. A statement denying the validity of the
grist of White Citisens Councilsmany
of which, a fact unfortunately ianored
by the NCRAC. bar Jews as members
that integration is a Neqro-Jewish issue
and affirming the belief that it must con-
cern the conscience of every American
who does more than mouth the demo-
cratic principles upon which this nation
stands.
2. A statement indicating that the Supreme
Court is the highest interpreter of the laws
of this land.
3. A statement that active opposition to the
Supreme Court ruling or engaging in
"legal" procedure designed to circum-
vent it is tantamount subversionin the
same manner as Communists attempt to
subvert the integrity of this nation by op-
posing, circumventing or undermining
American laws.
Such action would have been far more
constructive than the NCRAC deliberations in
Atlantic City will prove.
During The Week ..., t
y LEO MINDLIN
Colummst Leo Min.ll.n WMt|e M|||(m
UVuAingfon Bureau, report, htre from Capitol H|l, "' **
The representative in America of Algerian and 2 -
t.onal.st movements has attempted to influence iL ?-m
Department against American Jewry. He is Fl iu, & I
agent of Saudi Arabia and the Arab League. Boubl^ I
Bouhafa has publicly maintained that the Algerian u,
nationalists represent no threat to North Africa half J/J
But Registration File No. 4*3 of the Justice Depart?S
ferent story. "-"l *t
In a statement to the Justice Department Bouhafa *
assertions of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai Brlh O
slanderous, and typically Gestapo-like." Ho said he "wishlMI
record-as saying that any harm done to him. t his wife oral
dren will be blamed on that Zionist organization, it js \~S
grettable that in such country of freedom, justice and da*
such fascistic or totalitarian methods should he permitted
wicked charges and campaign by American Zionists (do),
to promote Arab-American friendship these Zionist erouosi
aiming at spoiling (such friendship) ." w?
The Justice Department files show that Bouhafa. workL
Algerian National Movement and the Committee for Freedona
Africa are financed by the Arab League in Cairo. Egypt He!
ceived funds from the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Wa-hinrta
cording to the Justice Department file, he "is n.'iiriliv vnyi
associated with Arab diplomats in Washington and in the
Nations ."
The files reveal that Bouhafa. spokesman in this _
North African "freedom" is supervised, directed, or ciintroHail
Egypt. Iraq. Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon. Jordan, and I
SNAKIS WOKSt THAN WiUM'
A 1952 report of the Anti-Defamation League quoted
saying "The American Jews are snakes worse than Hitler."
him as the "contsct" of Robert H. Williams, an ant; Sesutkl
teer. in an attempt to export anti-Jewish propaganda whtsgi{
Arab states.
Bouhsfa's most recent activities have been in Communist I
slavia where he worked on a plan to make Marshal Tito a
in the Algerian-French dispute. He also sought Communist i
for the Algerian underground forces.
The "main activity" currently financed by the Arab Letg*|
United States is concentrated on Algeria. Algeria"- 140.000 Je
already begun feeling the impact of Arab guru and bombs.
according to the Justice Department file, is responsible for
ing documentation on this (Algerian) question tor use of
Asian delegations in their defense of the case before the
lions, in issuing statements to the press or sending petitions I
organs of the US. Government."
Recorded in the files are Bouhafa's finks with Istaqlall
leaders Messali Hadj, head of the Algerian movement, and the)
sian Neo destour party. The files record payment of many ft
of dollars by the Arab League to Bouhafa who "reports to ft
League any developments ." Referring to his Arab League i
in Cairo he "deals directly with either Abdel Haleq Hassouna,
tary General, or Abdel Mustapha, Assistant Secretary General"
Bouhafa received financial assistance for service! "rend
the Lybian delegation during the United Nation- debates on I
This money came from Azzam Pasha, an adviser to the Saudi-
Embassy.
Washington Keeps a Keen Eye Out
For Movements of Keener Shepil
By BORIS SMOLAR
Washington is keeping en eye on the movements of th
Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov who is now visiting i
countries. He was the master-mind of last year- CoMBat*
deal with Egypt, and it if considered significant that his
since he became Foreign Minister is to Egypt. Syria and Leb
is no secret in Washington that Egyptian Premier Gel Carnal |
Nasser is no longer considered a friend of the United Stales-
His invitation to Mr. Shepilov to visit Egypt and P
the celebration of the evacuation of the last British soldiers I
Suei Canal is considered another step by Nasser to cement his I
ship with Moscow rather than with the West. In this eonae
question is posed in Washington as to why American Amb
Henry A. Byroade has not been called from Cairo since he tun
to be a complete failure.
\ADI
JULY 4, 19S6
W WAS THt BCT MAM
It will be recalled that Byroade was Assistant Secretary oj
for Middle Esst Affairs before he was sent to Cairo as 05.
asdor. He is strongly anti-Israel and pro-Arab, and Secretary I
John Foster Dulles thought him the best man to influence
What actually happened was that since Byroades arrival
American influence in Egypt has been declining while Sovw
ence has been increasing.
However, it does not appear that Secretary Dulles efl M|
courage to recall Ambassador Byroade. This would be t
admitting that the State Department s policy in the Mid*


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)qram Viewed
\oKK hartei E. Wilson.
it the Geaeral
! Company has been named
in of a proposed surrey to '
tf the entire program of the
Confcrtr.ee of Christians
s. it \\u- .irinounced here ,
njamin F. Ki.rless. former
iduirman of the L'-S. Steel
tier.; logei W Straus, hoard
l of the American Sine It-
Refinim; Co.: and 1
Km

Jacob and Adele Kaplan cward oi the Ro
outstanding student in araductmc :lc3s
School is presented c: recent rerrc^z-ea c *~tr\4 ,
Rabbi Mayer Abrcnncwitz. cia^nar. zt rstzuer.
committee of Bureau of Jewish Educaaoa. Gran: .s a Te^
Zion student
Noted Scholars, Authors Wiil Make
Up Faculty of B'nai B'ritti Institute
WASHINGTON' DC AI.t -
50 noted srboiarv writer* Mi
religious leaden have been en-
gaged as faculty f;r the Boat
. West (oast indastnaust. Bnth tosUt0|s ^ j9iamm w
caduirmen of the organ- hM ^ summer Mnhn WeiB_
.. stein of Charlotte. N" C. chairaan
my would study the oh- ^^
- fmannng strucuue and g^,,^ Comiwttee. !
I of the Conference. It .. .
pn ide te*J.jw.; ^ inclu-e rahbb of the thtee
Jbgnos* of the^totoJ op- Jewuh ^^^ ^^ ^ jmi.
with a v iew of getthu a
. nan professors, director* of B'aai
ent
Harold Riegelman. member
hahunistrative committee of
lAnencar Jewish Committee
; ists. *"** editors and at feast j
lose areheologist. Dr. Inaaanaei 1
Ben-Dor of b-rael. visiting
! in Bibbcal arcbeoiogy at the
'vard Divinity School.
Many of them will teach
a-
trustee and counsel of the
Budget Comm^,1 Camp Bna, Bnth. Starlight Pa.
t ... >ene with Wilson r .. ___w< ,,
chairman of the sur-
where the rreatet
tVM
hot Judaeans
tepted by Camp
Brith Institutes are being held.
, One of these Institutes b speafie-
ally designed to tram study group
{leaders A B "nai Brith meaner
may enroll only if he or she agrees
to organize or lead a study gronp
i in hi* home community after the
course is finished.
Judaeans Miss Shirley Scheduled for July 22 to 20 the
1100 sw 21st ter.. and fruity members for this testate
wlene Krauti. 1800 SW Dr. Lou Silbermaa. oerapant
, ha\e been accepted to of tbe B nai B nth HiMel Chsnr
^oang Judaea Camp. ;of Jewish Literature at Vaaaer-
bilt University: Rabat Hareid
ramp ,< located at Barry weisberg. national director af the
f-v .. and i, open to all boys Bna Brith Departmeat of Ada*
Wween ages of 14 and Jewish Education: and three mrec-
tors of B nai Brith HHlel Fonada-
8 to Mr, Belle Miller. tlons: Dr. Ephraun FiseheH. of
of the (.reater Miami Zi Yale: Dr Xorman Fruner. of
Yuth emission camp Brooklyn College: and Dr David
HP i ^mittee. -the most Lieber. of Harvard.
*l ui being granted' F~u,,> toJ %t ^^ rIL.
un i* .k "*a Institute of the year at Camp
P th,N ca"P th*Bnai Bnth Julv 11 to ena-
'** the Jewish people. W of Dr Simon Eawi*-
*h a vibrant personality', Brandeis University: Dr
^dersmp qualities Trachtenberg. of BergAr
*>th interest ia Jewish ; Refocm Temple. Teaneck. X J aad
,lfe and current af- Rabbi Irving Levey. dMertor ef th
R-nai B nth Hulel Foaadwwa at
Princeton.____
SejtSdi
ahavrs
Snr. t5m
Local Youths Bected for Judaea Office
--
Sw Valerie Hm.hu. of Miam,
* "* beeTehWS
^^ Yy Jadaaa at the Lei,
lywood Zionist Youth Com-
ere Linda Aronoff.
Jerry Howeil. Allan Ler-
Fkaaos Froae and Gd Rap-
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m ap -f
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to
was elected ZHa-
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ti8Bai rice president of Yoostg Jo-
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af% Y>s.
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were Jerome Schafanaa.
CoaaakiMr. Vayne.
Two Miami Gkis Will
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Two Greater wiaiaf wjjj
tieipaee ia the axweefc travel
stady program m Israel ander
Attending bom Miami are Phyt-
hs Doshay and Marsha Lazar.
Phylks. of 1*71
pre jdeac ei Jmaer Kad>sah if
Ka <.. u also active at Junior Ha-
haaah.
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+Jelsl>ricrl - .L"dy- June 29,
JNF Inaugurates Radio Proc^T
Jewish National Fund Council of Israel" and will 1*1,^^
Greater Miami this week announc- from 12 to 130 **** '
ed the inauguration of a new radio WWPB. Ver
program under its sponsorship. Emphasis Wi|| ^ .
Daniel M. Broad, president, said raeli folk music devekW
Wednesday the progranf will be fore and since the estabS'
known as "Musical Landscapes ofindependence.
Students in Recital At Piano Studio
U'nltpr HnnHman nrf Patriot* #MI -._j .. _
Site is Miami Beach Optimist club meeting.
Dr. Oscar S. Ruskin, president elect and
cubmaster of Pack 313, sponsored by the
club, present? annual Cub Scout Award of
the Year to Allan Albert. Runners-up are
Scott Young, Barry Malter and Elliot Meyers.
Looking on (left to right) are den mothers
Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Mrs. Sally Young,
Mrs. D. Hirsch. Dr. Ruskin, Mrs. Syd Meyers,
Mrs. Jasper Albert and Mrs. Betty Lewis.
Top Guns Named To Chest Drive
ficiata of Dade County's Com-
A\ Chest began this week U>
(it .iiop one "f the stroncMt teami
fielded in recent yaan in Hip-
of the 2!) local and national
.lev participating m the Mg
once-a-year drive
hn Ring, 1957 Red Feather
< paign chairman. announced
two former lUCCeesful Community
: presidents will head up the
nixation'i "Big Monay" dhri
Division A in an effort to
1 B the funds needed to meet
mum request l>> the 24 local
I ill. Welfare and youth agencies
live national welfare agencies
Ivinf Chest funds
S.im II McCormick. former sec-
retary treasurer and general man-
"f Hialeah Kace Course, who
served U president of the Chest
in 1951. will serve as chairman of
Division A. and Leonard L. AjMBB,
chairman of the board of North
Shore Bank of Miami Beach, and
president of the Chest in 1950,
will serve as vice chairman.
Division A, which solicits large
corporation and company gifts,
large individual contributions and
professional gifts is charged with '
raising approximately half the an-
nual Red Feather goal.
Walter Goodman and Patricia
Hill recently presented their stu-
dents in piano recitals at their
Studio of Piano and Theory, 2371
Coral Way.
Students participating were
Jerry Fisher. Cheryl Kit man, Har-
iette Adelman. Zelda Fleishman,
Charlotte Otchin. Alice Stone.
Karen Shanor. Wallace Crowder.
Gail Stewart. Laura Geison, Joan
Kohlenberg, Barbara Bolker, Enid
Bolker. Ellen Bolker, Robert Stone.
Richard Schultz, Ellen Swartz,
Miles Brett, Michael Cross, Sally
Rice. Natalie Dekh. Twila O'Such,
Barbara Johnston, Miriam Cas-
tillo and Carol Rotnman
Twenty-one of the stud*
wived certifies ,hcVW(J!
I.v in the National <;Uj|d
Auditions. Four of the.se er
"""al winners, having'wrfn
a program of t,,, memorized,
before the judce. Charles,
ville, concert pianist from Ta
I National winners Were
Bolker, Natal,,. i,PJch
Johnston and Charlotte C
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Friday. June 29, 1956
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Miami Beach Fishing Tourney To Get Underway Sunday
V.lh. ', :an',S f d0"arS m Sunda>" ^ I- chairman James H.
valuable troph.es and prizes ,0 be Norton has announced.
,!; Winnin anglers, the Tournament officials predict
mer f, Zf ^ *** hum- m"re ,ha" 1-MO anglers fro
mer fishing tournament, which of- North. South and Central America.
Hcials anticipate will be the great- a> we" ,nose from the various
** Mrtoty, will m ^ way.m';ihbebemneet:landS' "" PartiCiPal
4
tgec:ed Heft to right) are Rabbi Abraham
Iflerscn. Herman Goldfarb, Mcrmhall H.
\Cortis, Dr. Morton Terry. Howard Roth.
i Ncte Rosenberg. Standing (left to right) are
Jacob Meyer. Adolph Rachline, Al Kurzban.
He:man W. Kutun. Irving Querido. Leo Free-
men. Frederich H. Mayer, Ernest Iserson,
lack GorH ran,Z' Theodo^ Peaxlstein.
Jack Goodman. JamSS Harris, Morris Laste
I Har,7/lexa^er. Office wee recent
ly installed at a Tilereth Irni M,
Michel', restaurant ^ dmnM ln
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONOR and DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
You Think You Have It Tough as an American Citizen?
Speak to the Israeli for Some Really Knotty Problems
[Thr price that is paid by the I -This year he will he im..^ .
mge man and woman in Israel |by law to contribute an add ,n, ESS *!?? mT'r an(|
^j for thr present, severe crisis : 12 days wlarv or inrl. ,u nundred. of poople tr.,m all walks
.brilliantly described by Col. I defense le~ n addZ ?n a P**mm court judges.
* Herzoe. commander of the'd.t.ona. SJT ,* ^.L SS^JSJ?*111 "** C'erks'
wh all that we in Israel have item "su h a tobacc' to ^PDort hlnd'To %S l? Weed,ni!
kncr-pnced in the oast twontv th. ; "mcco, io support hand* to a (ha>sidische tune On
fcTmlle "liepay? inTme MMTaSS."* HeTSS Z ^ iT"2 si* *~l- "
Tmh.y equi-SS to yours. W h^b an, Sj? SSeVTJ nSv^I" L? "^
,p,vs indirect taxes, which .re to 40 days each year 7i r^ ^^l^Llt'^l
higher than those imposed on serve military duty. And now he cold blood by Arab Legionnaires
he volun- nas volunteered six days of h.> as he performed the holv tak of
ily came forward and donated fnnual vacation and has spent fortifying our capitol. The Israeli
. ,, nem digging fortifications
! to two weeks salary or income the frontier
HOMES ^

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MIAMI-710 S.W. 12th Ave Phone FR 3-3431
IKE GORDON, Licensed Funeral Director
0"
itite Defer.m- Fund.
along
"How can I describe the scene
Dental Student Gets Top Honors
tot. Eugene P. Rosenthal. son of nounced the award. also presented
land Mrs Albert E. Rosenthal Dr. Rosenthal with the Philadel-
IViuni. j> honored at the Uni phia County Dental Society Award
R> of Pennsylvania commence- for having achieved the highest
exercise^ held in Philadel- scholastic standing during hi> sen
| last week. ior year.
Rosenthal. while receiving Dr. Rosenthal had taken his pre-
felegree of Doctor of Dental dental training at the University
from the university, was of North Carolina, where he j-
ated the Alpha Omega Award named to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi
ijv.ni; ...lamed the- highest ,Eta Sigma I)urmi, m> undor.
Ustic standing during his four .,
I at the dental school of the *radua,e da-vs 8 Pennsylvania, he
'received the Charles M
Memorial Award for the h.-
scholastic standing in his sopho-
more year and ua> elected a mem-
ber of the M H Societj
Surgery,
of Greater Miami uPn *duation. "' ***> re"
llled officers at a dinner held ceived the honor societ) kej "f the
eek in the Coral Gables' dental profession, the Omicron
iduh Kappa ipsilon key.
is prepared for every sacrifice,
great though it may be, and an-
wen every call uncomplainingly
and understanding^-, ffii noa will
go out and face the enemy against
every odds, and will win. But at
what cost to those tons?"
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
'Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers"
Strrmg thi Jewish Community Since 12
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term
'0(f|(,r, are
was installed for a
president. Other
Paul Bieley, vice
nt; Mrs. Ma Sullivan. secre-|
I Mi-- IMia Childs, lreas-|
* chairman is Charlie'
Plm. and represenUtives are:
IrsVictor Cole; wholesalers
rw.rth; growersCarl
nan.
w guest, at the dinner were
' young women who are com-
1 1956 Rose Ball
wIp The benefit ball,
i annually by the florists.
> held Friday in Bayfront
pMitonum. with all proceeds
" to the Dade county unit,
fancer Society.
Offering
Only
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Circuit Judge Robert L. Floyd approves char-
ter of Temple Sinai. North Dade reform con-
cjiegation. Standing (left to right) are Stan-
ley Pred, M. I. Saese. Joseph Pollack. George
Leader. Albert D. Sherman and Charles
Kcrach.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
giiUM&m.
ACOOATH ISHABL.7IOCrlyl
-rt< Orthodox. Rabbi Ismc Ever.
. ',., i a.m. Hntwrtlny :S0 a.m.
Man n.l W..m.,n .;.! |i...
s>ri"
Tnem.
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
'vn.in > i i' <" InBiallatlon >! fHater-
' {i' ,i." and board members.
I perm""'
rii, SynMRiiRu^M Help-
Saturday !' a.m.

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or
[ fhodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
iky. Cantor Louis Gertenheus.

BETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th
I ave.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avo.
[Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loui* Rott-
I man
NORTH DADE CENTER
a Bnl
RH
Neu.
13630
H^ry Okollca. Cantor Maurice
1
CANDUUGHTING Tim
Tamiu 20 6:59 p.m.
75tNh.,;TcHons:oRE center-
Ljflaha i'J I' hi
Saturday x:;to a n,

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.

S.l I 111 ill V S !'l ,| Ml
y DADE JEWISH CEN-
:R. S. Miami Community Hall.
Reform.
Oh* ,,,.,.
Krlrlay H:)5
Ret i ;..,,, |
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Oko-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd hM# "v*l Llb'l- Rabbi Leon
u.j-w D.ia.: aws nw.i Kromah. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
1 "'> I IS i> in. Saturday |o i

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
lOrthodox Rabbi Josoph E. Reckov-
|ikr-

CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
[Palermo ave. Liberal. Rebbf Morris
|Skop. Cantor Irving Robinson.

FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW
ISlit pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
IHsirri.
IfVH.iv 7 p '" Batiinlay t a.m. Itar
IM.iiv.ih llrnr>, *"ii <>f Mr. and Mm.
lUrM i.'! > k Sermon: "weekly
IrWtnin.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 910 Orb
Id Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
ross.
Myke Stiebel, sweetheart of Hill*
s appreciation.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ban Crossbarg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrma,n.
Prldaj 8 p ... Kal irdi i am s.r-
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v I .\..rii,;.n. M>n of Mr nfl.l \| -
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owner-director, the same quality of PreParcd and served. Dietary laws
service offered gnerta throughout are s,ric,,y observed,
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Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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rii Gerti officiates.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
vitive. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
Polk st., Hollywood. Comerv-
Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Tshudeh Heilbreun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
i ttr. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
Malaviky. Cantor Samuel
Njr It i in Satnrdnv :I8 am.
PrMltsyah l. ..in,., ,, f Mi.
am.

^LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
Rtform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Ei
st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
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SAUL ARSON
Ftfday, June 29, \t
UN's Bad Day' Highlights Capitulation to Arab Powers
MICHAEL WURMBRAND: The Man and Hit work. Edit.d by Kurt
R. Grossman. 127 pp. New York: Philosophic*! Library. 93.00.
By HILARY MIHDLIN
AT HAND, a book which is in the nature of a memorial to
Michael Wurmbrand. who died March 21. 1952 at the age of 73. in
New York. Mr. Wurmbrand was editor-in-chief of the Berlin. Prague
and Paris office of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency; when Paris fell
in 1940, he fled to New York, where he worked on the German
language paper "Aufbau." Six of Mr. Wurmbrand's friends have con-
tributed short vignettes which attempt to convey varying aspects of
the manas journalist, as friend and writer, as father-in-law; the
rest of the book offers a very scant sampling of Wurmbrand's own
works, partly in German, partly in translation.
Interestingly enough, Mr. Wurmbrand impressed each of his
friends in nearly identical fashion. "An uncommonly kind and gentle
man." writes Dr. Shlomo Bickel. himself an author and journalist;
"the same dear, amiable, kind-hearted, and dreamy Michael with
the soul of a poet and thinker." says journalist Gershon Swet. To
Boris Smolar. current editor of JTA. he was an affectionate, retiring
man. whose reporting was always "factual, punctilious, and designed
to be useful to German Jewry." Both Manfred George and Kurt
Grossman write of his amazing kindness and abiding faith in mankind.
By far the most valuable piece is by Wurmbrand's son-in-law.
British physicist H. W. B. Skinner. Prof. Skinner, who notes at the
outset that "our association was patchy," nevertheless pays his father-
in-law the supreme tribute of remembering him as a human being.
instead of romanticizing him in extreme eulogy. Only in Prof. Skin-
ner's much too brief three pages does Michael Wurmbrand come
alive again, for only there does the reader see him in relationship
with other people, reacting to them and being reacted to in kind.
Of that same sweet gentleness of the man. Prof. Skinner also
writes: "His purpose was to try and help people, and he was quite
uncapable (sici of any unkindness. of hurting anyone in any way.
With my different background, I sometimes thought he overdid it. .
Sometimes even slightly embarrassing" were the small (and large)
services which Michael Wurmbrand liked to perform for others. I
venture to say that, in spite of all the sentiment expressed by his
friends, it was his son in law who loved Michael Wurmbrand best,
for he is the only one who seems unafraid to look at him realistically,
takes the trouble to understand him. and speaks of his affection with
warmth and honesty. There is greater honor done Mr. Wurmbrand
in these three pages than in all the rest.
It would have been well. I think, to have let Mr. Wurmbrand
speak more for himself, in his own writings. Although his poems
do not seem especially noteworthy, rather mystical and nostalgic,
and his German heavy and sugary', the prose and philosophy translated
by Dr. Thomas Goldstein is much bettor. In particular, an essay called
"The State of Israel Should Be Based on Liberal Principals" and an
excerpt from the unfinished philosophical credo "Citizen of the
Universe" display a creative intellect which ought to be heard.
The great difficulty is that the book as it stands seems little more
than a personal memento for Michael Wurmbrand's close friends.
My own opinion is that if Mr Wurmbrand were all they say he was,
both he and the reader deserve a good bit better than this.
Headline on a New York Times
editorial read: "UN Has a Bad
Day." That was on June 9, the
day after the Security Council
concluded its last, week-long
series of sessions on "The Pales-
tine Problem." Actually, the
Times characterization of the UN,
as a result of the Council's latest
resolution, was'mild indeed. It
was not only "a bad day." It was
the worst day the UN had suffer-
ed in years, perhaps in Its exist-
ence.
It was a day in which Soviet
double-crossing, in answer to Ar-
ab threats, combined with West-
ern timidity in the face of the
same threats to tell the world:
The I'nited Nations cannot af-
ford to say that an Arab-Israel
peace settlement must be "mu-
tually acceptable." Peace had be-
come a dirty word in the citadel
of peace.
If such strong language seems
offensive to some ears, the
queasy are referred to a state-
ment still more tangy, used on
the floor of the sacrosanct Se-
curity Council itself. Said Herve
Alphand, chairman of the French
delegationlooking straight into
the eyes of the Arab representa-
tives entrenched on behalf of
Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Leb-
anon: "You don't spit in a well
because you may have drunk
from it yourself."
It was the Arabs who had de-
filed the well. But they had pow-
erful assistance.
Exactly what happened? Re-
capitulation may be in order. On
Apr. 4, the Council voted a reso-
lution constituting a "mandate to
Secretary-General Dag Hammar-
skjold to go to the Middle East
and try to bring the Israelis and
the Arabs back to "full compli-
ance" with the armistice agree-
ments which they had signed in
1949
Mr. Hammarskjold went, saw.
talked, beard, came back and re-
ported. What did he report?
This: Between the Apr. 4 vote
here and his arrival in the Middle
East region, things bad become
worse, the situation had deteri-
orated due to violent aggressions.
done exactly th
both in the
the formula!
J SV%
IH lit SCHWARTZ
The Story of How a Book Turned into a City-Hill of Spring'
They have just brought the remains of Nakum
Sokolow. the Zionist leader, to Israel for reburial
and that reminds me of a story.
Back in 1909. a group of Zionists purchased one
hundred dunams or so of sand dunes, near Jaffa,
to set up a new garden city. What were they to
call the new town? At the time. Sokolow had just
published a book. It really wasn't his own book
Sokolow was the author of many booksbut this
latest was a translation into Hebrew of a German
book.
"Let'l call it by the name of Sokolow's book."
someone suggested. The idea found favor and
that's how Tel Aviv got its name.
The book which Sokolow had translated from
the German was Theodor Herzl's "Alt-neuland"
old New Landi. Sokolow had taken some poetic
liberties in the translation of the title into Hebrew.
For "Old" he substituted "Tel" or "Hill What
are older than the hills1' And for "New" he sub-
stituted "Aviv" or "Spring What is as young and
as new as Spring? So Tel Aviv or Hill of Spring
came into being.
Ami that's how a book turned into a city.
Speaking of books. Maurice Samuel is readying
BORIS SMOLAR
a new book on Prof. Arnold Toynbee, the English
historian, whom he characterizes as an "intellectual
fraud."

The Jordanian Embassy in London has denied
a report that King Hussein of Jordan has fallen
for the charms of Helene Mayer, a London Jewish
show girl. If she has become an "ex" in his life,
there are some political observers who think that
Hussein will in the distant future become an ex-
King. Most of the Lsraeli papers incline toward
the view that the picture in Jordan is developing
a la Egyptwhen the military will seize power
and a dictatorship will be proclaimed.

Statistics just published reveal that Israel is a
very healthy place to live. In 1955. the mortality
in Israel was 642 per 1.000 population. In the
United States. 9 6 per thousand, in Great Britain
12 11 per thousand. The only country with a lower
mortality than Israel was Panama.
Most striking thing about the Israel record is the
almost complete absence of cancer and heart dis-
ease among the Yemenite Jews of Israel.
Program Aims at Strengthening Bonds With Overseas Spots
^ The Jewish Agency and the Jewish TheologicaJ
Seminary of America have instituted a Joint pro-
gram aimed at strengthening the spiritual and
cultural bonds between Israel and the United
States. The program is being carried out through
the Seminary Israel Institute and one of its prod-
ucts is the publication by Harpers of a very valua-
ble volume entitled "Israel: Its Role in Civiliza-
tion."
Edited by Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, the book contains more than
20 essays by outstanding personalities dealing
with various aspects of Israel. The volume includes
important articles on American policy toward
Zion, American settlement in Israel, common tradi-
tions between the United States and Israel.
Also, on the Dead Sea manuscripts, the future
of Israel. Israels position on the current interna-
tional scene, Israel as a spiritual force, and other
articles throwing light on Israel's importance to
the world. Most of the articles are lectures given
at the Seminary Israel Institute, and its authors
include noted American scholars, Jewish and non-
Jewish, as well as Israel Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion and Israel Ambassador Abba Eban.
The book is a fine contribution to the American
understanding of Israel's past and present and of
the emerging character of the new state.
Who had committed those ag- "peace mission" rmi
gressions? Mainly the fedayeen. Council Mr Ham ^ *
the murder sabotage gangs train- rinn. ..,.'. l^ioH
ed by Egypt's Col. Gamal Abdel
Nasser. What did Mr. Hammar
skjold do? He got Egypt, its
throe Arab armistice partner.,
and Israel to agree to a "cease-
fire "
What else did Mr. H. accom
plish? Nothing. The Council had
asked him to obtain Israel-Arab
agreements on three points: 1)
Withdrawal of troops from tho
demarcation lines; 2) Full free-
dom of movement for UN mili-
tary observers; 3) Establishment
of local arrangements for the
prevention of incidents and their
prompt detection. Not one of
these three specific aims was
achieved by Mr. Hammarskjold.
But Mr. Hammarskjold wrote a
fine report. One should not im-
ply derogation of his efforts. He
triedvery hard. As the chief
of the UN Secretariat, as the
tlon Of hit rorv,-
what was the res5?7S
*W"! conflagrsUonT
after the mandate had bm,
- started by the Arab k.
who wanted to comphcau
mission. Outbreaks
She? *,ong ,he ism
borders beforeby the UNl
Teams on the spot. Does the
retary-General himself hi1
don a fireman's hat and J
guish the flames every time i
is practiced? The quest**
swers itself.
When the Arabs here
long enough, hanged the"
hard enough, threatened
the Russians suddenly i__
ed that peace in the Middle]
is possible only on Arab ts
terms calling lor the totarl
struction of Israel.
MELTON FRIEDMAN
German Lobbyists Tell Own Happy Ti
German lobbyists in Washing-
ton are alleging that organized
American Jewry today has no
objection to the return of Nazi
assets held by the U.S. Govern-
ment.
It is alleged that in considera-
tion of the German-Israel restitu-
tion agreement, major Jewish
groups would have no protest if
Congress voted what some term
a "windfall" to ex-Nazis. The
Germans maintain that no Jewish
organization has testified recent-
ly against return of vested Nazi
State Department sources aaade
known that the Germans are
pointing to testimony given July
1, 1905, before the House Foreign
Affairs Committee by Gen. Julius
Klein of Chicago. Gen. Klein, a
public relations man. is a retired
major general of the Illinois
National Guard and a former na-
tional commander of the Jewish
War Veterans. He was retained
some time ago by the German
"Society for the Protection of
Foreign Investment" headed by
Herman J. Abs.
Mr. Abs belonged to a clique
of German financiers which
"aryanized" Jewish holdings.
The U.S. War Department in
March, 1845, Usted Abs among
those Germans who "in an out-
standing way thrived under Na-
tional Socialism (Nazism)... wel-
comed it in the beginning, aided
the Nazis to obtain power, sup-
ported them in office, shared the
spoils of expropriations and i
quest, or otherwise mi
benefitted in their careen I
fortunes under the Nazis."
Last July Gen Klein te
before Congress that "as an,
erican of Jewish faith" he i
ciated "fully well what
tion was wrought hy unb
Hitlerism." He said "the
democratic Germany" was
ing an earnest effort to
those whose livelihood was
tered." He made known that]
favored the return of confis
Nazi property "as a manor I
simple justice."
In his testimony. Gen.
mentioned the German-Israel \
titution treaty and said it'
undertaking he "supported."
Later, on Sept 17. 10SS.
Klein addressed a German
ence in Frankfurt. He said
German-American relations
"frequently disturbed by fi
whose origins are not onb*|
Germany but also in the Un
States. I realize that Gen
feel strongly, for instance, ab
the return of vested Ger
property. As you know, I
frequently and strongly comet
for the full return of these i
erties ... In consonance witkl
traditional American philost^
... as well as in consideration
the moral factors involved. II
opposed the retention by my |
ernment of German proper
vested during the war."
HERBERT G. U FT
Director Remembers 'D-Day' Vividly
Henry Koster, who directed the
picture. 'The Sixth of June." has
good reasons to remember "D-
Day" and the period in history
when the whole free world stood
up against the enemies of civiliza-
tion. Koster, a native of Berlin
whose name had been Heinrich
KosterliU when he directed his
first movie in Germany, is a refu-
gee who went to Paris when anti-
Jewish oppression started at the
advent of Hitlerism.
In Hollywood for the last 20
years. Koster. together with pro-
ducer Joseph Pastemack. created
the successful series of screen
musicals starring Deanna Durbin.
Later, he directed a number of
top budgeted features, such as
The Robe." "A Man Called
Peter." "Desiree" and "The Vir-
gin Queen."
"D-Day. The Sixth of June,"
based on the best seller by Lionel
Shapiro, tells us of the Normandy
invasion. It is Henry Roster's
first war picture. One of the
stars, Dublin-born Richard Todd
(who played the lead in another
loatar JhtnsH feature. "A Man
Called Peter.") actually PP
pated in the D Day operation.]
a member of the lij-ht inf
parachute battalion of the Sij
Airborne Division which
dropped deep in Normandy I
the day before the invasion!
June 6. 1944. Todd now in I
movie wears the -.ime unifaj
for the beachhead scenes asj
wore in World War II lot
real D-Day strike.
While Hollywood is being]
vaded by German actors who I
worked for the Nazis. The :
of June." I hope, will make
pie remember and think.

Irving Kaye. who gave Jj
Lewis his break in >ho'bM]
when young Jerry was workinl
a bus boy at Brown's hotel u
Catskill Mountains in the Kf
of 1M0, is celebrating his
year as an associate of the ttl
comedian. Kaye has playeff"
tured role in all of the U
Martin movies. Last ^J
signed for the part picture producer in "



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Hardly was Dr. Herbert $. Levin promoted to the
rank of majorJune 8 lastwhen word came to
friends here that he is to be released from active
duty July 1. .
Immediate plans call for him to resume the
practice "of dentistry with his brother, Dr. Robert
Levin, in the DuPont bldg. on July 16. .
^,fe Deborah spent last summer with him at Ft. Dix. N.J.,
re he is to become a civilian again on Sunday. And. of course!
uldrtn Micbele and Philip accompanied them. .
But even greater excitement than this is in the offing, and it
surrounds talented Mkhole. As everybody knows, the 11-year-
| youngster is a pianist and composer. But that hardly tells the
thole story.
On July 11. Michel* will make her debut with the Boston Pops
che-tra under the baton of internationally renowned conductor
hor Fiedler, and the program will include some of Michele's
. compositions. .
Exciting Footnote: World famous violinist Efrem Zimbelist
I offered the tot a scholarship to Curtis Institute.
Sanford Kimbell is making his parents, the Jerome Kimballs,
USE 12th st., mighty proud these days. .
Having just completed his second year at UM med school,
nford also passed the state board examination. .
Friday, he left with friend Howard Grumer, Miami Beach, to
as an externe at Liberty Maimonides Hospital in Liberty.
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Sanford and Howard will continue their medical studies at
ekson Memorial come September.
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Merlin the magician couldn't have whipped up a more delight-
surprise than the pre-nuptial luncheon tendered Miss Estelle
rlin at the Algiers hotel last week. .
Hostt-----to make the role completewas the bride-elect's
usm. Mrs. Ed Merlin. In a yellow and white setting, with gaily
Dlored magic wands around the U-shaped table, some two dozen
iends and family feted toe Miami Beach fiancee of Arnold Witt...
Estelle is a graduate of Miami Beach High and met her future
lusband in New York City, where they will live after the wedding.
Lou Goldhe's Beach boxing commissionerand Mrs. G. are
the North, visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Krovitz. .
He edits and publishes the British edition of Esquire. Inci-
rntally. while in Gotham Town, the Beachites will attend the
dding of their niece. Miss Serene Reve Gold, at the Hotel Astor.
|ccompar,\ing them on the trip is son Myron, an attorney here.
Larry Tisch, Bay Harbor Islands, was host to his parents. Mr.
I Mrs. Al Tisch for a recent week stay. .
The couple will return from their New York City home around
Iksgiving and in time for the formal opening of the 17 million
lUar Americana hotel, which the Tisch family is constructing in
I Harbour.
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Before leaving for her annual summer stay in New York with
husband, composer Mana-Zucca (Mrs. Irwin Cassel) was honored
hdav at a buffet supper in the Coral Gables home of Florence
Albert) Pick. .
Since Florence formerly lived on Pine Tree dr., many of the
Mtl were Beachites. .
Among them: Dr. and Mrs. I. Daniel Shore 11, Mr. and Mrs. Hank
|Mtyer and Mrs. B. Robert Schwartsburn.
Chicago's Mrs. Albert Dalkin is visiting her mother. Mrs.
Ion Goldberg, in Surfside. .
She's here for the Saturday wedding of her son, Lt. Joel Martin
Dalkin to Miss Sandra Ell at the Fontainebleau. .
The brideelect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell.
Bcidentally, maid of honor at the wedding is none other than
ey Rothman, and she was hostess at a kitchen shower Monday
i her home, 4259 Nautilus dr., for the couple.
In Miami Beach, where they have been commuters from
tham Town for some 30 years, are Mr. end Mrs. Michael J.
wfcin, and occasion is a double celebration. .
Observed were the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
i Silverman, Miami Beach, and the 25th anniversary of the
pinding of the Silver Paint Co., established here in 1931 by
cheel and Lewis. .
Site of the golden wedding was the Saxony hotel Sunday,
dtael, who is New York State Insurance Fund Commissioner,
attend the national convention of the Democratic party as a
ember of the Empire State delegation.
Goings and Comings Dept.: Off for camp last week were
die Kayo, son of the Leon Kayos; Bvzxie Tenenbom, son of the
''t Tenenbeme; and Hal Speet, son of Jwdoo and Mrs. Harold
Back after a trip to Ft. Bragg, N.C.. are Mr. end Mrs.
* Rose, who accompanied their son. Richard, there. There
be no European or Pacific Ocean vacation for Mr. and Mrs.
de Hirtch Meyer this summer They plan to leave their
Island home Aug. 22 to mark their fifth wedding anniversary
I Lt* Vegas, the town where Polly end Boron were married back
1951 Renowned architect Morris Lepidvs left Sunday for
ntda to discuss the Jamaica hotel he's designing. .
Speaking of the Democratic party convention. Haael and Irvino
gNti. 1352 13th ter., will be leaving by plane for Chicago Aug.
rving ii a pledged Adlai Stevenson delegate. They intend to
"P'ete the circle back borne with a trip to Wisconsin and Min-
ota.
Beachites Bernard Schiffmen and wife Ethel, cruising in the
"""as suddenly decided it was all so lovely another few weeas
II bartered boat to Nassau's out islands trould be in order.
iWhile North Bay rd.'a Mr. and Mrs. Leenord Abess are off to
""n Town for a brief holiday.
It a boy for hxal television commenUrtor Basil Heerter and
' L'. of Rivo Alto Island. Site was ML SiaaL
lUorU
g*jgwfeh Ftoridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 29, 1956
Section B
Mrs. Ackerman Again to Represent
Miami on Regional Service Board
M*S. U0 ACKtKMAH
Women's Chapters
Help Boys Breathe
Four Miami area children were
happily reunited with their famil-
ies recently after spending an
average of two years as patients at
the Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children in Denver.
Colorado
Howard Kaplan. 12. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Kaplan. 2911 SW
26th st Miami: Alan Pitts, n. mm
of Mr. and Mrs. George V Pitts,
15600 IfW 28th ct, Opa-locka;
Michael Portz. 9. son of Mr an I
Mrs. John F. Portz. 708 SW 10th
pi.. Hialeah. and Frank Scalfam.
13. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T.
Scalfam. 5775 SW 6th d Miami,
are the boys who suffered severely
with chronic intractable asthma
Continued on Page 3 B
SUCCEEDS MM. hUNDHSOHN
Relectcd to represent Miami on
the board of Jewish Children-
Bervice is Mrs Leo Ackerman. it
was announced this week by Jew-
ish Family Service here.
Jewish Children's Service cen-
tred in Atlanta, b the regional
child care agency which provides
sendees in Georgia, Florida. North
Carolina. South Carolina and Vir-
ginia Mr- Ackerman'-; election
occurred on the occasion of the
agency's 80th anniversary.
Originally established as the
"Jewish Orphan Asylum." the pro-
IH of the regional agency has
kept pace with, and on occasion
anticipated, advances in child care.
In 1953. JCS embarked on a now
program which has proved to be
of great significance to Miami. In-
creasing population and changing
character of child care needs en-
couraged the agency to begin to
Simulate local community action
to provide direct services them-
selves. At that time. Mrs Acker-
man. immediate past president of
Jewish Family Service, requested
.-.--istance for the development of
a Miami program, and by 1955 the
creation of the child care depart-
ment of JFS became the first JCS
community development project.
Reporting on the Jewish Family
Service program in Miami, which
within eight months had provided
service to 65 children and unmar-
ried mothers. Leon E'kin. JCS re-
gional consultant, said that '"the
tir-t project undertaken by us. in
conjunction with the largest Jew-
ish community in our regionMi-
amiis proving out most success-
fully. In the short time of actual
existence, this project has attained
a level of operation which had not
been anticipated until the second
year."
Mrs, Ackerman has been identi-
Contmued on Page 3 B
Mrs. Jacoby Installed Assn. President
Mr* Philip Jacoby was recently installed president of the North
Shore Jewish Center Parent Teacher Asm. She succeeds Mrs. Louis
MenOther "officers named at the installation held in the Biltmore
Terrace hotel include the Mesdames Irvine Laibson, Paul Karlson, Ray
Morse. Nathan Pozin and Samuel Pearlman. vice presidents.
The Mesdames Alex Friedman, recording secretary; Lzra Rosenfeld,
corresponding secretary: Lillian E.senbe--. treasurer; and Paul Pre-s,
llbraBoanrd members are the Mesdames Jacob Saifman. Abe Gclfand.
Robert B.och Franklin Nankin, Morn- Joseph. Fred Beckman. Isadore
Lipinsky and Harry GtM*.
MKS. STANUY MUS
Mrs. Myers Leaves
JFS Board, Will Aid
Survey Committee
Mrs. Stanley C Myers resigned
from the board of directors of
Jewish Family Service at a meet-
ing of the organization Tuesday at
the Bay Heights home of new JFS
president. Alvin Cassel.
Mrs. Myers, former JFS presi-
dent from 1951 to 1954. said she
was resigning because of the de-
manding work in which she is en-
gaging with the Community Survey
of Family and Child Care Services
of the Welfare Planning Council.
' This survey, which was initially
stimulated by JFS among other
agencies, is seen as one of the mo-t
important welfare development <
here in this decade."' agency direc-
tor Albert Comanor explained
Wednesday.
One of the organizations being
surveyed. Jewish Family Service
has designated immediate pa*t
president Mrs. Leo Ackerman as
its delegate to the Survey Commit-
tee, of which Mrs. Myers is vice
chairman.
As it would not be appropriate
for the chairman of this committee
also to be a member of an agency
board being surveyed. Mrs. Myers'
resignation is being regretfully ac-
cepted." Cassel revealed at the
Tuesday meeting.
The meeting. a emi-soeial
affair hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Cas-
sel. heard reports from Harold
Tannen on agency allocations from
Community Chest and Greater Mia-
mi Jewish Federation. Comanor
indicated that JFS is moving ahead
on its application to become a
member of the Child Welfare
League of America.
r
Violinist to bo Guest
Joan Field, violinist, scheduled
to appear as soloist at the third
pop concert on July 8. will be
Marie Volpe's guest over station
WKAT on Saturday, June 30, 6:30
p.m.
Rabb, Mayer Abramo^ *-^^5tjS
Jewish Center, congratulates iMrs.rn P / g^
iuncheon held in BUtmore Terrace hotel.
Summer Office Horns
Offices of Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee this week announced spe-
cial summer hours. Offices at 600
Lincoln rd.. Room 12. will be open
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. according
to Ehiel Lesowoder, president.


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J^v. June
Empty Decanters
Challenge for Ideas
add deealeosnanias. if desired.
A do-it-yourself modern lamp
can be easily made from the
empty decanter. Just decorate
with oil paints, wire it, and add
a shade.
A COOL TUAT fOK SUMMtK
Smart Borscht Decanter Introduced
By Rokeach Makes Serving Easy
A cool treat for summer .into strained. Rokeach Borscht.
ready to HTK Borscht in a brand 8m cold in tall glasses, with
new, eye-CSiebin| wine decanter mint or lemon garnish,
that is brought right to the table Spicy Borscht Cocktail: To Ro-
for serving, is being introduced in k(.a tores across the countn by M-Ce, (,.,(TV seed, garlic salt to
I. Rokeach & Boos, Inc., one of the
leading manufacturers ol Borscht
The one-quart. re-us;d>le deean-
ter has been especially designed
tor the Rokeach company, and
Comet to you at no extra cost, with
S.i\.' the empty borscht clecan-
bttaat BBMTl Rokaacfa innova-
tion
DM decanters for storing sauces,
soups, drinks and other liquids
in the refrigerator. Each decan-
ter will hold 1 quart of liquid.
Wind colored wool, rug yarn,
straw, twine or raffia around
center and top portions of de-
canter. Use one or more colors
and create your own designs
Then bring decanter right to the
table for serving iced ox hot
drinks even good for chilled
SO U p S_________
Do the children have their own j
candy jar? Trim the decanter l
with gay, nursery figures and j
fill with lollipops and hard can-
dies. Have several around at
birthday parties some filled
with long pretzel sticks.
Make a set of attractive kitchen
canisters from the decanters by-
lettering them FLOUR,
SUGAR, SALT, TEA. Each de-
canter holds 4 cups.
Painted decanters make attrac-
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Womn't Unit Will Sow
Needed /terns for Palsied
Miami Women's Unit of United
i 'erebral Palsy will meet Monday
evening, July 2, at the clinic, 1612
MV 1st st.
Many items are needed by the
Cerebral Palsied children, such as
sand-bags, pillows, dolls and doll
clothes.
These will be sewed by members
at the meeting.
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the icecube filled glasses, and
Bowl, with block of ice floating in
center.
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old and young' Add just enough
Rokeach Borscht to your favorite
lemonade to tint it delicate pink,
and add unusual, good flavor.
as: a -^uT+SXichi"0 cherry '""*>
cream or stiffly beaten, sweetened
egg white. Any version of
Borscht on-the-Rocks will be the
most refreshing, unusual and de-
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hot and steamy summer day
its winey tasting, temptingly tart,
and sparkling clear red when
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Cool borscht drinks made with
D rcnwii anu .i spnriKie I
Kokeach borscht in the new 1-qt. Most popularly served as
decanter.
Borscht on-the Rocks: Pour Ro-
keach Borscht into tall gtaBBM
which have been half filled with
ice cubes Float mint, sliced lem-
on or lime, or a cucumber slice on
Hera's how: To -ice" the rims of
glasses, dip edges into lemon juice,
then into granulated sugar. Chill
glasses until rims dry.
Rokeach has developed many
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they're sure to like Borscht be-
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sweet young beets, water, a tang
of lemon and a sprinkle of sugar.
a soup.
SUITS YOU
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| it can be chilled or heated,'gar-
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with boiled or steamed potatoes.
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dissert Mix the finely diced beets
j in the Borscht decanter with cream
top. Or tarnish with whipped or !cheese- ,0 a(l(l favor and polka dot
red color to sandwich fillings. Or
add the beets to cottage cheese and
sour cream
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tae ocal Leader is Named to Staff of
SSL*?! Je*fch Federation
Pq$ 3B
by the Jewi-h Welfare
i ?
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fx-en named to the *taff ,,f .h. it
Ore** M.ami j>wish Federation ber of J???B ''? board mem-
" has been announced bv 22 Christian hT*' onferen '
Benjamin B toZl actn r m a"d haS been
berg. tustn dctiw for many years on local
Mr, WdlMteta will help to or- 2 W*ta" """ cdutil *
Bute and conduct Combined Jew-_____________
n Appeal fund raising actn,
in the outlying communities oi
Dade county during the cami
period. In addition, -he Will func-
tion as director of year round edu-
cational programs to inform the
general public and specifically th-
newer suburban areas about the
numerous KniON of Federation
and it> constituent agenc><
Mrs. Gordon Will
Assume Office
[Golden anniversary is celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
ISJverman. pioneer Miami Beach resident* (right) Sunday at
I the Saxony hotel, with more than 300 friends attending. Upon
the Silverman's suggestion, all guests' gifts were pooled into
lone giant contribution to endow a room at Mt. Sinai hospital,
toon to be built. Shown accepting the check on behalf of the
hospital is Mt. Sinai trustee Baron de Hirsch Meyer, as Dr.
[Harold Rend looks on.___________________
ACKiRMAN AGAIN TO RlFRtSENT MIAMI ON BOARD
Newly elected officers and mem-
bers of the board of director- of
BHh J terhood will be in-
stalled Friday night at late terr
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
The new staff member has held conduct the sen ice and act a, in-
executive office* with the Hadas- stalling officer
MB organization for more than 15 Mrs Ham- rnrHm, .m k
regional
Continued from Pae* 1 B
with ether experimental ad-
inces in social welfare. She is
nary president of JFS and
airman of that agency's child
department. As a member of
child care committee of the
fceuncil oi Jewish Federations and
Welfare Fur.d.-. she has partici
ated in analysis of the newest
hild care concepts. She has won
itional recognition for her lead-
up in creating local education-
facilities in Dade county for
children, who' previously
were required to leave home and
live in a specialized state institu-
tion. This program in behalf of
blind children was developed as a
project of the Mjami Section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
Mrs. Ackerman also is a board
member of the Welfare Planning
Council, of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Sym-
phony club She represents JFS
.on the Survey Committee which
is currently responsible for a ,vey of Dade county's family and
child care needs and facilities.
president from 1954 to
1956 and Greater Miami chapter
president from 1952 to 1954. She
i- also a member of the Hadassah
national board.
Mrs. Weinstein served for manv
years with the budget and execu-
tive committees and as a member
of the board of governors of Feder-
ation. She has also served with the
Women's Division Board and ha-
directed Federation's "Education
Day."
For five years, she served as a
member of the speaker's bureau,
addressing large audiences in
South Florida in behalf of Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Hailing from New York City
where she taught music in the
public schools. Mrs Weinstein ha-
been a resident of the Greater Mi-
ami area for 11 years. She recently
was named chairman of Jewi-h Mu-
Sidney Kaplan. Max Jacobin and
Ralph Hankin a- vice presidents.
A-.uming the po-t of recording
secretary will be Mrs. Abe Cohen,
with Mr- Homer Rievman becom-
ing corresponding secretary and
-Mrs Richard Herold serving as
membership secretary
Mr-. Hyman Abramowitz will be
in-tailed aj financial secretary and
Mr- Herman Goodman, treasurer.
MRS. HARRY GORDON
To be installed as members of
the board of directors are Mo-
dames Philip Amsterdam, Max
Bergman. Rebecca Castle. Michael
Covin. Albert Dubler, John Feller,
Charles Cropper, David Parnes,
Morris Rabinowitz. Louis Rosen-
son, Herbert E. Scher, Louis
Schwartzman, Emanuel Smith, Na-
than Spiegelman and Harry Zuck-
erman.
In charge of arrangements for
the evening and of the Oneg Shab-
bat which follows the sen-ice are
Mf-dames Richard Herold and
Michael Covin, co-chairmen, and
Louis Schwartzman and Emanuel
Smith, committee members.
Women's Chapters Help Boys Breathe
Continued from Page 1 B
when they were admitted to the
home two years ago.
Now the boys are ready to
return to the normal healthy activi-
ties of the average child.
Four local chapters support this
non-sectarian charitable institution
' in its work of helping children to
breathe. The local auxiliaries are:
Greater Miami chapter. Leona
Kames. president; Lorber chapter,
Bea Wilensky. president; North
Dade chapter. Doris Baumel. pre dent: and Peshkin chapter, Cleris-
sia Parker, president.
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Schiller, August
Rites Celebrated
Two white orchids topped the
bridegroom^ white confirmation
Bible which Miss Elaine Sandra
Schiller carried at her wedding
Saturdaj
She and Fred Bernard Aueust
exchanged wedding rines in an
evening ceremony at the Algiers
hotel. Rabhi Vaakov Rosenberg
iated Reception and dinner
at the hotel followed the wedding.
The hride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. David Schiller. 1145 SW
ave. Mr. Amjust is the son of
>fr. Hilma August. 1585 SW 18th
st and the late Samuel .1. AUVU1
M/length dress of the hride
Wai made with a lace bodice, high
'ine and three quarter sleeves
The skirt was of layers of tulle A
rrown of pearl-trimmed lace flow-
er- held her illusion veil
Misa Connie August, the bride-
m'a sister, was her honor at-
nt She wore a French blue
lace and taffeta gown with match-
headpiece and gloves and car-
I nink row
The brido'a aunt, of New York.
Mrs. Gizella afaaon, was matron of
h' nor Nephew of the hride. also
ol New York. Peter Smiles, was
mi rg out-of-town gueata
Dianne Schiller, the brido'a sis-
ter. was flower girl Her dress.
I French blue Her escort
w is (iary Smiles. New York, the
brides cousin.
!! >rr> August, bridegroom's un-
cle, was best man.
Mr*. Walter (Molly) Jacob* has arrived at Lake Tarti
N.H., where she will atay through Labor Day ill iclub-1
round of golf at the Tarleton. alternating roundsTt V y' *
College course in nearby Hanover. Mr. and Mrs H u Dart',
eft for Pittsburgh to attend the bris of their new It*?*"'*
I
Leslie Frank, son of the Henry Franks
go to New York for a week before returning home." .
. Rfandson Mr.
from Pittsburgh, the
New
mother.
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AtfS. tOlftr SAIIMAN
AtfS. FfffO AUGUST
Caribbean Seas
Honeymoon Site
F'or Salzmans
bland hopping to Bermuda.
to Rico and Haiti is the honey-
i itinerary of Mr. and Mrs
rt Theodore Sahanaa who
married Sunday in Philadel-
Ihe bride is the former Roberta
Fisher, daughter of Mr. and
v C Worrell Fisher. 2212 sw
18th st. The bridegroom's parents
Mr and Mrs Hurray p Salz-
aun. 20m sw 18th *t
Bbi Harry R Kellman per-
ed the 6pm ceremonv in th"
i hotel. Philadel-
phia, where a reception alao was
T given in marriage by
father, wore 1 gown of old
French illusion lace and silk
trimmed with aeqoina and
Her finger tip veil fell from
am Of pearls and crystalettes.
rried a white Bible
d m ith orchids.
Sharon Fisher, cousin of
the bride waa matron of bonor
Maxine Fisher, sister of the bride.
wai maid of honor and Gail Fisher.
another sister, wai junior brides-
Dr. Stanley Salzman was best
man for his brother Donald Fish-
er. Philip Blitz. Cliff Fried. Max
Hagen. Dr. Arthur Goldstein and
Daniel Horowitz were ushers
the former Rosalyn Morris She's a graduate of Mi,
I'niversity of Miami, past president of B'nai Brith v< I "*
trict 5. and a past president of the Home Economics dub?^
Executive secretary to the Miami Section of the Natm.i r.
of Jewish Women. Mi*. Minni. Feinberg. left from New S k
for Europe aboard a clipper bound for Paris. Minni. whn '
with her family on the Beach, waa originally from Alienw"
where she taught school for several years before coming to S1
While in Paris, she will meet with Council officers there ,nd 1st '
United Hias personnel in Rome. Board president Mrs j*,n r "r
is looking forward to Minni*'* August return for a full renon !
business-pleasure trip. .
KIStKVATIONS fOOt IN .. .Off TO CAKOUHAS NrOAMNfNT LUOUtt
Judging from reservations received from out-of-town Lion*
week meeting in Miami for their convention, the fame of th'
dinners served by the Candlelight Inn in Coconut Grove has
throughout the country. And there's no mistaking the fact that
Ralph Stevens is mighty proud about it. .
Off to the Carolinas last week were Hardee rd.'s Helen and 1
Cheren. After placing their children. Barry and Diana, in
they plan to vacation at Lake Side Inn. Hendcrsonville. before retii.
to Miami. .. Prominent Chicago Jewish leaders Mr. and Mr*. A ft. |
man recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at Wildi
Crown hotel. Mr. O. Is an executive member of the adminis
council of the Jewish National Fund and board of directors
of his temple and day school. .
Mrs, Ethel $. Garaon and Beachite Garden N. Ger*on are va
ing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville. N.C. Also beating th I
at Blanche and Sid Lewi*' Duncraggan Inn summer resort are Mia
and Key West residents Mr. and Mrs, Herman M Holtibera and
and Marc. .
i BtKMUDA I0UND NOKTHtKN VISITOIS ACADtMIC HONOt
The Ben Novecks have been taking a breather in Bermuda,
ping at the Castle Harbour hotel. Arriving in town from Del
to visit the Michael Llebermens, 1537 Meridian ave, and stayinn
the Shore Club hotel were Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kaplan With theal
Mrs. Rom Lieberman and Mrs. Lillian Krenenberg, New York City.
Initiated into Ohio State U. chapter of Phi Eta Sigma recently I
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Jr., 3722 Royal Palm ave. Membership!
based on high academic achievement during the freshman year.
Herbert Gimbel is back after a month's vacation in San Antonio 1
Houston, Tex. .
SPARKLING JOYOUS IT S GREAT!
MtS. iTAHltf fISHMAH
Ml$. MOtTOM WACKS
Bookfor, Fishman To Live on Beach
Home will be 1560 Jefferson ave .
Miami Beach, for Mr and Mrs,
Stanley S Fishman. The couple are
touring Florida, following their
June 3 wedding at the Lincoln
Manor
The former Joan Bookfor is the
Sandra's Husband
Atom Researcher
Mr. and Mrs Kelvin F Klein-
man. 555 North Shore dr.. Miami
Beach, announce the marriage of
their daughter. Sandra Jean, to
Morton Edward Wacks. Brooklyn.
NY.. June 10
Mrs Jerrold M. LjfOBM attended
her sister as matron of honor, and
Stanley Wacks attended his broth-
er as best man
The couple will honeymoon in
the Pocono Mountains of Pennsyl-
vania. They will make their home
,in Salt Lake City, where Mr. Wacks
'will continue his research with the
daughter of Mrs. Dora Bookfor.
915 8th st.. Miami Beach. Mr. Fish-
man's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Fishman. 1519 Pennsylvania
ave. Miami Beach.
She was given in marriage by
her mother.
Maid of honor was Vivian Stein,
a niece of the bridegroom. Samuel
S Fishman. brother of the bride-
groom, was best man.
A dinner at the Lincoln Manor
followed the ceremony.
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University of Utah.
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Jnnp 29. 1956
)uble King Rites Unite Miss Gilbert
ind Stephen Winig at Fontainebleau
dmible ring candlelight | The bride selected a gown of
,-nv on Sunday. June 24. Miss; white peau de Mi. Her portrait
!j Natalie Gilbert became neckline was outlined with ap-
kiephen I Winig. Rabbi Irv-; plique flowers centered by seed
I'hrman of Temple Emanu- pearls. This motif was repeated
on her short shirred sleeves. Her
Juliet cap, also of white peau de
soi and trimmed with seed pearls,
v Gilbert. 4535 Alton held four layers of fingertip-length
liiiini' B*"ach The *room "
on ol Mrs. Mae Winig and Mr.
,min Winig, Philadelphia, Pa.
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Page 5 B
Mated al the rites held in
frontainehleau hotel
I bride is the daughter of Mr.
French illusion.
The bride carried white orchids
on her confirmation Bible.
She is a native Miamian. gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High
School and completed her sopho-
more year at the University of
Alabama, where she was selected
Miss February" by the Rammer
sorority is Delta Phi Epsilon.
The groom attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama, where he was af-
filiated with Sigma Alpha Mu. At
present, he is an executive of the
Carolina Cotton Mills in Dillan,
Serving as maid of honor for the
bride, who is the granddaughter
of prominent Miamians Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Fields and Mrs. Rose
Gilbert, was the groom's sister,
Susan Winig.
Bridesmaids included her cou-1
ss Bain Weds
wrence Einhorn
n rino candlelight "*,aB "uiuar, uy me Hammer
;v";f X. SHEIKS =~ ,.?s js*s *
of the Kmpress hotel on Sun-
June 24, Mia* Bonnie Ann
becar 'he bride of Laurence
jinhorn. Rabbi Max Shapiro
iat,<] at the 5:30 p.m. rites.
bride is the daughter of ^"'
Raymond Bain. 2531 SW 15th
Ewii, and the late Mr. R.
The .room is the son of Mr.
Mrs. Samuel Einhorn, Cincin-
0.
in marriage by her uncle,
Trauo the bride wore a floor-
. **".? enHl0Hidi^/hnnnrf sins J Rubin "n Joan Gilbert
?P *h Z* SIX* clr I Junior bridesmaids were Adrian
***inS;l ,tnJZ1 Deblinger and Dorothy Ann Gold-
e stein, with Lois Goldstein and Mary I
Ann Frank serving as flower girls '
Arthur I. Gilbert served as best .
man for his new brother-in-law. i
M,-.-Hernice GoldberRer Ushers wepe thp .^ ,
,udy Howd Winig. and Herbert,
Strauss and Sheldon Steinfeldt.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lipsky.
prominent Philadelphians and ma-
ternal grandparents of the groom.
flew in to attend the wedding.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nsssau and Atlantic
City, N.J.. after which they will
live in Florence, S.C.
**$. mmtH winig

*$. LAWHHCl UHHOIN
id of honor was the bride's
dial Irma Bain. Bridesmaids
Dips was junior bridesmaid,
I Linda Sue Gordon was flower
pbort Fhrlich, of Cincinnati.
best man. and ushers were
hrd Deutsch and Sid Beder-
f bride is a graduate of Miami
High School, where she was
ember < f Phi Delta Gamma.
attended the University of
i groom is attending the Uni-
of Cincinnati and is affili-
fwith Sigma Alpha Mu.
rt-of-town guests were Mr. and
Sidney Rederman and son,
land Mrs. Norman Mack and
Bter. Mm. Adolph Einhorn.
Robert Machnovitz. Mr. and
Harry Einhorn. Mr. and Mrs.
Car! Mr. and Mrs. Sam
o, Mr and Mrs. Loui Bazrod
|touple will make their home in
nnati.
| ORIGINAL PAINTINGS
$10 to $40
Rhoda Weds Mr. Franklin on in-Laws'
On the 38th anniver>arv of the ik c r., c-.u .
th6 30riDUm ""n'f'K3^ '* I* The ** "" ** in mar-
mnnv P candlel|8ht cere" ** by her uncle. Samuel Sall.ck.
Th a. .u of South NorwaJk. Comt
The br.de is the daughter of The bride wore a gown of white
Mr" f ,ldma" and the la,e W de so.e. ballenna-length. and
Mr. A reldman. 500 13.h -t -cooped neckline, scalloped crown
Miami Beach. The grooms parents and elbow length veil. She carried
are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Franklin, white orchid, on a white Bible
Niagara Falls, N.Y. The bride, an Alpha Lambda
Bergers to Mark
Son's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Berger,
of 7330 Carlyle ave., will celebrate
the engagement of their son,
Harold, to Elinor Betty, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. Abramson, of
Silver Springs. Md at Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute this Satur-
day.
Miss Abramson and Mr. Berger
Mr. and Mrv Al Aaronson. u
ler a honeymoon to ocean are attend,n* lowson s,a,e Teach-
Hiss and New Orleans ers College. Mr. Berger who also
attended Syracuse University and f
the University of Miami, will grad-
uate from Towson State in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Berger are active
members in Agudath Israel. Mrs.
Berger is first vice president of the
Sisterhood, and Mr. Berger is on
the board of directors of the syna-
rHAMED, All SUIJECTS
PI 9 2513
gogue.
Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Social Functions
WEDDING
BANQUETS
WEDDING
ANNIVUSARIES
J Ul M1TZVAHS
|"*B 25 tt 1,000
a ft* Ocean at Uacafa teW
FOR RESERVATIONS TOEPMONI JE B-OH
MISS IUZABITH flit
(Uurdi'nes
faWaWflMff
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
e l*t. oft.
- n.
WIST PAIM tfACB
MISS MIUMI ALllAHOt*
Recent births in the Greater
Miami area include the following:
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL-
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Sevmour Siegel June 12.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Newman June 12.
Daughter bom to Mr. and Mrs.
Jordon Harris June 11.
Son born to Mr and Mrs. Leon-
ard Snyderman June 11
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Winn June 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Deutch June 9.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Safra June 8.
MISS CAROL WASHIR
Helene to Become
Mrs. Donald Fox
Helene Louisa Alexander will
become Mrs Donald Sidney Fox in
the near tuture.
The bride-to-be U the daughter
of Mr and Mrv Jerrj \ < uander,
former Miamians and now of Or-
lando Fla Her fiance's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Lacaord Ite, Orlan-
do
Helene i< the granddaughter of
pioneer Miamian Nathan Alexan-
der and the late Mrs. Alexander.
She i- a graduate of Edgewatcr
M School m Orlando and at-
tended the Universit) of Alabama,
where -he H atliliated with
Sigma Delta Tail sorority
She was named "Miss College
Park" in an Orlando beauty con-
tent.
Mr. Fox alM graduated from
Orlando High ScbOOl, CU8 of 1951.
and attended the I nners.ty of
Florida. ffia lraternity was Pi j
Lambda Phi.
Petts Tell Troth Of
Mr and Mrs. Philip Pott 2391
SW 24th ter.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. LUra-
be'th. to Man-in Friedman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Friedman. 121
SW 19th rd.
Following her graduation from
Miami Beach High School. M.ss
P*tt attended Hunter College in
WVrnt-r-Kahti
M$. JACK HANKLIN
* ]
Anniversary
Delta sholastic honorary and Rap.
pa Delta Phi education honorary,
was graduated cum laude from the
University of Miami.
The groom, a member of Phi
Lambda Phi and Beta Beta Nu. la
BBBOcJated with S. S. Pine Co. and
will report for active duty with the
armed forces on July 29.
After a reception and dinner in
the_ Ruhaiyat room of the Algiers
hotel, the couple left for a honey^
moon in Florida.
Carol Washer Will
Marry Physician
In Aug. 12 Rites '
Graduation was a double cele-
bration for Miss Carol Washer a?
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David
Washer, 1056 Lenox ave., an-
nounced her engagement to Dr.
Morton E. Getz. son of Mrs. Regina
Getz and the late Jacob M. Getz, of
6901 Indian Creek dr.
Miss Washer is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, was a
member of the National Honor So-
ciety and Thespians, winning the
trophy upon graduation. She re-
ceived a four-year seholarship to
the University of Miami, graduat-
ing cum laude with an AB degree
wring in speech. While at col-
lege, she was active in the Ring
Theatre, held the office of secreta-
ry of Hillel and was appointed as
a delegate to their national con-
vention.
The bride-elect is also a member
of Alpha Lambda Delta freshman
honorary society and Delta Theta
Mu national honorary society of
arts and science.
Dr. Getz was a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, received
his AB degree at Emory Univer-
sity, where he was a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Sigma
biology honorary. He was also first
violonist in the symphony orches-
tra.
He received his Masters in med-
ical micology at Perdue University,
also doing three years of research
work while working on his Ph D.
Dr. Getz published two papers on
"Communicable Diseases" before
graduating from Bowman Gray
School of Medicine.
He is a member of Phi Rho Sig-
ma medical fraternity. The groom-
elect is serving his internship at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Aug. 12 has been set as the wed-
'ding date. i
Elizabeth
New York City and the University
of Miami.
Mr Friedman also attended Mia-
mi Beach High School, where he
met his bride-to-be. He has recent-
1>- returned from a year of study
in Sweden.
After a Sept. 2 wedding, tho
couple will live in Illinois,


Fcge 6B
"frT^ffffrfrtiUff
I0*ir.h*>
Upton Mid thai
tke number of J+l
Jd in tho V0|ume of
^ saving associate ir^
"" r he lncreast ^
dends.
Dividends to Give Six Million Dollar
Boost, Dade Federal President Says
rWMfe M I.ipton. I' S. Savings and loan association* will distnb-
and I -an I eafM dim-tor for ute a June 30 semi annual dividend
Florida and president of Dade totaling more than 520 million dol-
Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of lars. It is the largest distribution
Miami, announced Wednesday that of earnings in the industry's 125
lie June 3d semi-annual di-trinu year history, and will go to more
tion ..I dividend- l>\ the local sav- .han ,9 mi||ion savers. The mid *** ""d tltwwl, ,
|g, ;I loan institutions wtU!ate (|jvjfJond jn ,9M sit, HidjL^r *^^Ul
a boost .'I near!) sil million dollars et. Highway 74. "*
NORMAN E. mjtibi
i L T 0 R
13030 N.W. 7t* An. W]
2 4'/2 ACRE PIkJ
200.000
in the
MISS LtNOKt BOMTZ
MISS C10KIA KAKITA
Terrace is Site Of Lenore's Vows
")iss I.enore Horetz and Burton
} Eaton arc ail -el 1,1 aarhaniii
vewi jn Forot Hills Inn. Lang
ltd, N.Y.
Wisconsin Student
I< Leon's Fiancee
Miamian Arthur S. Leon re-
.1 hi:,li honors when he gradu-
ated from the University ol Flori-
da. \nd he'll marry a girl who also
uated with hi>;h university
rs
His fiancee is Miss Gloria Rakita
<>i Milwaukee, Wll Her parents.
Mr and Mr-. Leo Rakita Mil
. i. announce the engagement.
Mr. Leon I- the son of Mr and Mr-.
I.....n 2151 S\V lKth tcr.
The bride el.ct received her
rs in psychology when aha
lated this month from the
i ersitj ol Wisconsin she i- i
bar oi Pal chl and trill con-
I mil U) postgraduate -tiidv as a
research aaaiatanl in psycholog)
Mi Laon was a letter man in
Bl Miami Senior High School,
which he -radii.ited At the
UI he received the frntatandinj
Chemistry student award
He raaalvad hi- Maatart degree
m ochemistry at the University
of V. iseonain and is now a .senior
in II SCMOOl 01 medicine
Hi was a bouaefaflow at resid-
ence halls and a research assistant
in medicine He is r memtier of
l'hi Meta Kappa, Phi Kta Sigma.
Itii Kappa Phi. (lamina Sigma Ep-
sii. n Phi Sigma ami Phi Chl.
Sulkens Mark
50th Anniversary
Ml and Mr- \ia\ Sulken cele-
brated their ">0th weddhtg anniver-
saay on Saturday, lune 23. with a
dinner part) in Grant Neck. NY.
Hi Sulkeiis. who reside at 1005
a\e Miami Beach, were
Is of honor at the function, at
which their children, grandchil
dren and great grandchildren pre-
sidn
Married June 21. 1906. in New
York City, the couple have been
retired for the past 15 years.
They have one son. Herman
Sulken. at whose Great Neck home
the anniversary party was held,
with Mr>. Sulken acting as hostess.
Their two daughters are Mr. and
Mrs Henry .S>Kiai Steig. Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Nat (Sel-
itia> Saaalaw, Woodmere, Long
Island. N.Y.
In addition, the Sulkens have
n grandchildren and three
I grandchildren.
Mr Sulken is a member of the
I of Temple Emanu-El. the
Masons and is active in Federa-
tion.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
ol Mr aari lira wiiham Barati
Hollis. Long Island. N.Y. The
groom-elect, of Kendall. Fla.. is the
son of Mr. and Mrs Daniel K
Eaton, Miami.
The 7 p.m. ceremony will be in
an out doors terrace alcove under a
floral bank on June 30. Dr. Her;
| schel Lavas Will officiate.
Matron of honor will he the
bride's sister. Mrs Judith Warren.
id Hicksville. I.I Best man for the
groom will he her lather.
The couple will drink from the
same silver chalice used at the
waddiag Ol his parents 28 years
I
Miss Bored i< I 1055 graduate
of Hunter Cottage in New York,
where she was vice president of
Helta Phi EBStton sorority.
Mr Eaton is 1951 graduate of
tin l him isitv of Miami, where he
was \ice president of Alpha Spat-
Ion Pi fraternity and editor of M
Book He served overseas as sec-
ond lieutenant with the Strategic
Air ( ommand during the Korean
War.
A seated dinner will follow the
ceremony. After a honeymoon in
i'ape Cod. the couple will be at;
home at 7210 112th st.. Forest
Hills.
to the income of some
s.i- m unt holders
Dade county area.
,,in stated that the report
coven the eleven associations and
their respective branches all lo
In Dade county. This profli
distribution hits an all time high
for these specialised thrift and
home finandnf institutions both in
number of persons sharing the
earning! and in total dollars.
Total savings in Dade county's
aevlllgl and loan associations have
increased 70 million dollars over
the same date a year ago, or up
from 380 million dollars to 450
millions I.ipton pointed out that
the increase locally is aJaO a re-
flected growth state and nation
a ide
"The savings and loan industry
has been building a better and
stronger America for 125 years, but
the last decade has been high-
lighted by phenomenal growth in
the nation's 6.000 odd associations.
Assets have increased more than
270 percent to 40 billion dollars.
and the number of savers have
tripled in the past decade." the
Dade president said.
Nationwide, the 6.000 savings
425 million dollars.
EDMONSON'S TRANSFER
Emanu-EI Names
Cantor Israel Reich
Israel Reich will be new cantor
of Temple EmanuEl. according to
an announcement here Wednesday
by Samuel Fnedland. Emanu-EI
president.
Fnedland said that Cantor
Reich will begin his duties at the
Temple beginning Aug. 1.
For the past 13 years. Cantor
Reich has been serving congrega-
M0VING tmd MAULING. Podded Vow
Service anyrfca*. My price is rifht.
Ner or Plat. Ph. Mil 1 54*3.
Merritt Island
Specials
402 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
$200 per Acre
Prised Wmy ttoder Market
25 ACRES WATERFRONT
at latersectiaf leads Near Near A1A
Miaaway. This h awaailrof.
$300 aer Acre
200 ACRES NEAR NEW A1A
$200 per Acre
80 ACRES INDIAN RIVER
WATERFRONT
at Oaly $125 per Acre
We Also Hove 10 Acre Tracts
Wyman Atkins
f A I T 0 t
127S9 W. Dixie Hwy.
Ph. 891935 PI 8-8332
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO
OWN FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
Tropical Ranches Near
Everglades National Pork
IAND WANTED
NAVI QUALIFIED BUYERS FOt |
ACMAOE TWOS ANT
IN HORBA
George H. Schuto,
"Flerida Real iirtt( j^
906 S. Miami Ave.,ri;
Homestead
Redland Ai
ACREAGE GROVES .
CHICKEN RANCH-BUSINESS
U.S. 1 FRONTAGE
Anything m tttt frt*
INDUSTRIAL LEAS
Will Build to Suit Light
or Warehousing Beit Ta
2'2 ACRE COMB
Residential. 2 Miles North H
M.000 Part Cash. Balance)
VA ACRE BUILDING!
Hi Pme tint
COOPER & Mc(
REALTORS
1320 N. Kress* Aw.
N0MESTUD, FLOtM
Marion Coi
Acreage
2,600 ACRE HANOI
Consisting of 2 000 acres C*
acres
..rge lake 1J miles highwi
tions on the West Coast inrluHino w" 5-e*r* FlerMe raach site t 2 modem masonry names
- terrific pre-aJtvetepfaetit price. $6f 5 i.. oqu.pm.nt shed.
*a*t atatai eay ditsaraace hew Ma Consisting of MttKn
isnau yaat aaaaran is. re caasa ,lr., nice1: miles h
Beth Sholom. San Francisco, and
Beth Israel. Ixis Angeles He has
also been conducting a school to
train young cantors.
He is the protege of Prof. H W.
Binder and studied under Bruno
Kiser. Max Helfman and Paul
Desau.
< ;mtor Reich has also been con-
tinuing his stucttea at the I'niver-
Blsf of Southern California. Mar-
ried, he and Ha, Reich have three
children.
fell price. $S aawa $10 per -at*. g- J^^^^"3?
Na Miterest, aa carrytaa- caar|sa. la-1 years at
seraMe title.
RICHARD M. BROOKS
15131 N.W. 7th AVENfJI
MIASM. FLORIDA
rhaitt RMJ 1^031
A FOt atOCNINtf
Hebrew Teachers to Picnic
Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Great-
er Miami will hold its annual pic-
nic Sunday. July 1. starling at 10
am., according to president Louts
C.adon location is Crandon Park
at parking lot 2. Chairman of the
affair is Tzvi Rosencram
SHLMIDAN GOLIH
Sheridan Golin
Bar MHzvah Here
Sheridan A very, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Robert Golin. 281 NE 51st st..
Miami, will become Bar Mitivah on
Saturdaj morning. June 30. at
Tifereth Israel NorthMdc (enter.
Rabbi Abraham Herson. who has
been Sheridan's teacher, will ofQ.
eiafe. with Cantor Albert Giant!
rendering the musical portion of
the liturgy.
Mr and Mrs Colin will be hosts
at an Oneg Shabbat on Frida> aaa>
ning and at Kiddush on Saturday-
morning.
A recaption and dinner will ha
held in the Bar Matrvahs honor
Saturday evening at the Algiers
hotel.
Ultl M.K
MW I I \JOHN
Z7* elevation tM ft a ana
. o be.ut.fu. i.k. front...' 0%
n acre. .Ire,., pl.tt.d !nt# i
quarter,er. |0ta. Owner, wart
n,ou. to aell ,ni yo^ can nlll
Phone M0 M296
KEN D. ROSEN, Realtor
sr FOR ALL TYPES OF
ACREAGE
www o
Taber
"THf FLOtfDA CFTV IlAlTOT'
500 PALM DRIVE
FLORIDA CITY
Ph. Homestead 1585
SMITH & CEPEDA
117 EAST OCKUWAsUL
0CAIA, FLA.
Rtne growing I.no
cut off and a
a only |ir.SO
DEPENDAB
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW
IENRY E.V0M
5NOUN0'C^'
Key Largo
Acreage
100 ACRES, exctlUet
a freat .oteni.al.
NORTH FLORIDA ACREAGE
1200 ACRES DevVtee w'Hi U\oitl
lane. Pin.a liavt bHn !,-. hiahwoy oiti aetir sa
pV^Sg- b'cH- Pr,e' nt* f*5L^jff JW
1300 ACRES
US H.ohw.y 041 goe. thr.oah it
with mil. frontage on thi. road.
Hundred, of acre, in improved pastur.
veith balance crop land All high with
no waste land. All fenced and cro.a
fenced. Top quality for faronna with
vast potential otherwi... Joint city
I timita of High Sprirtqa. Alachua Coun-
ty and only a few milo. from th. n.w-
ly announc.a Oeaeral KlMtrie plant.
Price 1110 00 per acre. Terms.
1,950 ACRES
Considerable timber and much planted
pine Divided by county road achad-
ul.d for paving. Prlc. 140 acr.. Tefms.
taasaara, many OTHtna to select from
SUBURBAN 90 ACRES

I. AM0 AWJ. SttUfsJ
RIVER FRONTAGE
MtV ON MIAMI RIVER fc- m. i##-
MrrawAdad a. ***%* JZ"-
St aiz;#iiY so* "^
hRll Hill. Utaaasfttt^rf^rS WUWAH VU AUI
0,},. wvt- aa nVW. ta. Uht mil.. Jrom Qainesvill.. Pr.
W. H. LEE t COMPANY
'Hlij
Ptl 82-7122
acr.. Terms.
road, a
c. nas
LAND tPEClACItTt
HENDERSON I RANN4N
BROKERS
II M.W. 2ad STtflT
n. Ft 24112
Have petke te raise *
GEORGE DYKES,
09 INGRAHAM
MIAMI
WEEKDAYS watj
WAUCHULA BRAI
40 Acre Citra. l^ *Tj,v
Aera, 20 Atre 3
20 fj
rav'g $24,000,;' Ca*
Years, leceinl ^J^Jjmi
00 Acres -iH. 30 ^*TS.
Sasae AsMitieaal *Z"Jr?i
" *? "*Jv
SO Acre "' 6fTWl
Terse*. ^.^JST
Freat Prep.rt. *****
25-50% le *EJ%
Year's Tlase. write "
C T. RATUrT,
Pfc. PR 34451


, Tune 29, 1956
J^jar 3W0 .c!EAUTIFUL RANCH
;;- rstcssl 5n,/i2 saaras
$1M per Acre
Bk.-.T owner- For comolet. ,
Phone:
de-
rom
complete data
nan Louis, son of Mr. Qnd
Sidney Gelber, will cele-
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
ling, June 30, at Temple
nu-El. Norman is a seventh
student at Miami Beach
High and attends Temple
au-El religious school. Rob-
bing Lehiman will officiate.
LEGAL NOTICE
RTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
THE NAME AND BY THE
THOR'TY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
M nirsi: PRBW-
SHALL IOME, (JKKETINOH
:
NK NW'I.IO.
I i.ni:ii. \ CITY, ( i.' iBJDA
Wl'.ln.
I la HUP v t'ITT, H.OltlDA
H.U'L N.WII.h ,
\ city, t i.<>i:ii>\
ih, ."( i.i of November \ D
i.itf.i under
< the
if Flo Ida PL \
(i Kvl:.\i> i 'i i .i i.ipoi.i'i. ii
nf nuslni
I'.nl.' County, In the
' PI i 1-1 trheevnta ihr
Mm i.l -ii. h corporation iiw
i jimr. a i>. nut,
iii Ihr offl.-r of th*
State >if !h-- stun- of
- in of ,ll th* '"' v -
umlir the pr\ wt< *r m. Florida Htatut<-. ahow-
ol ouch corporation.
thi- Hct-rrtarv "I>v eertlfv to Ike fore-
n.l thai hr i- aatlaflcl that the
mt-nt. "f i.iw have lifx-n i-oin-
with
rWITXKSK WHKREOr I have
I my hand and hava
ihed H,i- (ireat Henl of the Ktxte
Florida, m THllahaaeee. the
J'tial. thl thr Twenty-fifth day
Jun*. A l> lM
a gray, Racntarf of tate
I
Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Herman, 1231 15th ter.,
Miami Beach, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday night,
June 30, at Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. Russell is a ninth grade
student at Ida M. Fisher Junior
High, recently received the Ner
Tamid Award and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school. Reception will be held
at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
FRanklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM B10C, MIAMI
120 Acres
NEAR GRAHAM DAIRY-S750 PER ACRL
29% Dawn
Call CARL PFEIFFER, Realtor
TOD A y
4642 W. Flagler St.
HONE 13-6038
SOUND INVESTMENT
115 ACRES IN HEART OF NEW
INDUSTRIAL AREA, WEST OF AIRPORT
13c square foot
FRANKLIN CRAVER, Broker
Phone NE 4-7364
5,300 ACRES
VER0 BEACH AREA-SI 10 per Acre
2,000 ACRES
3 Mi. Highway Frontage, $85 per Acre
134 ACRES
R?I B1^AR0 COUNTY-4,000 Ft.
Railroad Frontoge, SI,200 per Acre
JOSEPH D'ANGEIO
,,. Jegisfered Broker
Ph. Hollywood 3-4944 or 2-0014
Specio/isfs since 1924 in
choice real estate in
Tropical Southwest Florida
large Acreage, Woterlront, Islands,
Highway Frontage, Business
Opportunities
JEFFC0TT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
Phone Edison 5-4421
Over 1' 4 Mile River and
Lake Frontage
400 w7V.C?ted ?" """0e l8land wih
iSmi ti I c'ear,d r'Jy or building.
vHni ?L ,,;herma"- paradise or de-
aV:^a^r,or$T500,Or re,"ed- T"Ct
DWELLING-Suburban
Lb,eHr00n^ ba,h' livin8 ">om, dining,
'J!''1"/"' servant's cottage. Located
on 5.3 acres of land. Available. $13.500.
ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT
viMMr&SbgfciSr1 compiete
H. H. TANNER, Realtor
CULPEPPERWATKINS
Tanner-Huffman Co., Palatka, Flo.
Phone East 5-2081
LEGAL NOTICE
IRTIPICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
[THE NAME AND BY THE
IITHORTY OF THE STATE
1 OF FLORIDA
\ H H< '\i riiKsr pfit-'v.
HAM, comb, QRERTINGB:
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NK V V VI I,in.
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UII.HI
I'lTT. FLORIDA
\ Wll.ln.
K|..'::i\ CITY, FLORIDA
.' I N"Vl mlw-r. A.D.
tncorpcim,tad under
BMonn i.f th.- Renrrnl corpora-
|11 ..- .1,. stB,,. Ilf nr|,|.,
P'-Wli !> | on ill. hi. with
[ f liiisinoiM nt
lunty, in the
nil wl .... ihe
I .....pore t Ion *1
[ r i ma, \ i. !:>,
i the office ..f the
f SUte of ihe State <
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l WHKRKOl
I ir..| .,.I have
I -.-. the
I rutfe dnj
Ii,' uv ..f ttnta
MEANS
K
KOSHER
K FOR IT ON THE
PACKAGES Y00 BUY
C^ Prodocf j have
"' Sapanis'm
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO M.I, To WH'iM TMRSE PRKS-
KNI'S SII.M.I. ii.Mi:. liBKETINCS
\\ hi
I RRN.I VMIV Ml \MI I- I.. i|l|| \
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MIAMI. 1 I. >ltl I > \
AMOfl BENJ \Ml.\.
MIAMI Kl.o|(H>\
did >.n Hie 9lli da) "f July, A l> I9M,
i an-,, i.. he ited under the
|mi>\ Mmi.H i.f ih.- ireneral eorporatlon
liiw of the State ..f Plorida BOIXK-
VARO HOLDING i-m.MIAW ;i cor-
IMHHllun. lih ll prlri. i|.al pta
litiNineaa ai Miami, Dada County, in
lh<- State nf KIoiMh, ami arhereax the
iholdera of aurn rorporatlon rlld
on the SSitJ day at June. A.D. IVSt,
f-auae to be flhad In lh,- nfflee "f Ihe
tary ..r Ptati- .f ih.- Stale ..f
Florida, a Conaant of all Ihe Block-
hoMra tinder Ihe prminlnna f ald
Chapler *ok. l-lortiia Btalutea. ahowinR-
the dlM>ltiiion of 'iih porpnratlon.
"Now. therefore, the Berretary of
State doen lieiel.v r<-rtlf> to the fore-
|toln and that he Ik aatleried that Ihe
requirement* of law have been com-
piled with
IN WTTNKSS WHRRKAS. I have
hereunto ael mj hand ami have
afllv.vl ihe OMI Seal of Ihe Stale
of Florida, at TaBlaaee ihe
Capital. Ihl* the Twenly-thinl day
Of June, A.D lf.MJ.
It \ up.AY. Becretary ..f Stale
(SKM.)
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapti i of i!-ii
File A-1*146
MOTK'E In HKREBY fJIVKN thai
Jiinlus Hat kin-, holder of i'
Sale Certlflrale So i ed Ihe
l-t day of June, A.D. lSt, hae filed
le ap-
plication I i" he I
Hi. .....n Said '' llflcati en.....
fnllowlna rl propertt i" the
County or I >.! State f Morlila, to.
wit
I...I IS. I
i riu Park, flal Bo! II ('
in the Count) ..f Dade, Bl
of Florida
Tli. i men! of
undei tha aal n "'
. r VValti & Minnie
i'ii ahall '
ri iik to law the pi-oporty
daocrlbod herein will anld to Ihe
hiaheat bidder nl ih- '
m the fl
i uruat, 1934 whi. h la tha ih day
of Auauai
li;,; !th da> i in-
LRATHKRMAN.
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B) s > M>'< >RE, l' "'
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES; COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 31290
In Re RBTATE 'I
HARRY SANDS. I"
To All Creditor* and Ul '"-
lnK Clalma or Lianwii M ;"-"'1
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n,.till..I and
nlalma and deman ',
,|,h.r ..f m><.....'i hav. .
,-etai. >^"> ,' V
h.te i '"> n-He
will be barred
Hate lune ". X .'.'^|lH
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5KveV.!ir.x of Ihe I--' "
Ml of
MARRV SAXDS '
MVKMS IIKIMAN **-K'A*
AH...M.V- for Irene Ida Samlx.
HMeaMl -
(/ 7/a-U-W
Because Wise People Know
"Now is the Time to Buy"
WE HURRIED back from a brief vaca-
tion, owing to calls for BEACH
PROPERTY.
rOR SPECIALS in lots, homes, business
and income properties come ana
folk it over with us at our informal
office on the ocean.
YOU'LL BE SURPRISED how small an
amount down will take seme prop-
erties, and what liberal terms we can
arrange.
LORD'S REAL ESTATE
14 COMMERCIAL BLVD. (By the Pier;
1 Block East of Traffic Light
LAUDERDALE BY THE SEA
______ Phone LOgan 4-1293_____
$125 PER ACRE
1,000 Acres, Lake County
14 DOWN, Balance 4 Years
Adjoining 3,000 Homesite
across from 2 million acre
National Forest
Hoffman Realty"
1427 N. Federal Highway
Ft. Leuderdale, Florida
LO 4-8419 9:00 to 9:00
ACREAGE
5 Acres 320' Frontage
Redland Road
,i MILE CITY LIMITS OF
HOMESTEAD
GOOD BUY AT 12.200 PER ACRE
20 Acres
IDEALLY LOCATED. eM FT.
FRONTAGE ON SILVER PALM
DRIVE, 330 FT. WEST OF U.S. 1.
11,500 PER ACRE
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
16121 Federal Hwy., Perriae
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015
BREYARD
COUNTY
R. C. BURNS
116 Willard St.
Cocoa, Florida
SPECIALISTS IH
BREVARD COUNTY
PROPERTY
Wl HAVE A/WrHNG TOO
WANT, LARCE OR SMAU
Rood Frentoge
e Ocean Frontage
e Business Sites
e Investment Properties
e Groves Homes
Look Look
20 ACRES
Just off U.S. No. 1. A good deal at
$1,750 per acre, terms
20 ACRES
Old Grove in the Central Redlands
Only $1,500 per acre
40 ACRES
Corner Redland Rd. and Homlin Dr.,
high lond. Only $1,850 per acre, terms.
25 ACRES
Hninlin Or. beautiful pine land. Good
location. $1,850 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. AM modern construction, can be
bouoht at sacrifice. Owner has other
plans.
BAR and DANCE HALL
On biuy State Highway No. 70 going
toward Miami, gasoline station in-
cludtd. Good buy for right party. 6
miles East o Arcadia
LEWIS AMBLER, Realtor
P. 0. Bex 471, Arcadia, Florida
Phone Walnut 81281
MORRIS H. LEVSKY
ASSOC. REALTOR
Phone Evenings-WAlnut 8-7851
Arcadia, Florida
10 ACRES Broward County
In a rapidly developing area. A
good small speculation at $550 per
acre. All cash.
250 ACRES
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 immedi-
ate profit. Lots of speculation left
.it $400 per acre. Half cash, bal-
ance 3 years at 5':.
480 ACRES
Terrific Opportunity for
Large Developer
mile Route No. 7. 3 miles of
other road frontage, cleared and
ready now Complete topo and
proposed layout available. Priced
at $2,000 per acre. 29. down. 9
years for balance.
15 ACRES
990 Ft. Frontage on
Johnson Road
Might well be part of future shop-
ping center. $2,250 per acre. 29*.
down. 3 years at 5'', on balance.
275 ACRES
Boca Raton Area
Sewers available for 500 homes.
Water on the property. Good po-
tential business frontage. Ready
for development at $2,500 per acre.
29'; will handle. 5 years at 5% on
balance.
33 LOTS
Located in Active Sub-
division of Flamingo Park
Streets and water in. F.H.A. ap-
proved. 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 front-
age. $2400 per acre. 29*. down.
5 years at 5', for balance.
Contact Acreage Dept.
JA 3-1411
Day or Night
Anaconda
Realty Co.
303 E. LAS 0LAS BLVD.
FT. LAUDERDALE

$65 PER ACRE
MARION COUNTY
(0CAIA SILVER SPRINGS)
2,750 ACRES
sen arorc HFaVY CLAY SOIL, lush "" carBe' *$. HondrotI$ of
2,150 ACRES H"V "*LJ" eosi| developed muck. W mile river
thousands young '" f.00,?"" Mile front on paved road. Hear
fron, boa. ^SMZ 3^ K U and su.dWisi.n
Erf l-t Si S=M *P-9S <" wMnBttm P-nonage,
S105 per oere.
BROKERS COOPERATE
MAC KENZIE, Realtor
B0X39,0aiA,FUL PHONE MA 24215


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