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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 30Numbw 27
_Miami. Florida. Friday. Ju)r 6. 1956
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WASHINGTON (JTA)-Majesty Senate tup|>ort of
i resolution aimed at ending the acquiescence of the
United States Govtrnrntnl in the discriminetion of the
Arab 90v*mmtflh against American citizens of the
jew.sh faith wm tipKM here this Hk. The biparti-
n resolution, introduced by Senator* Herbert H Leh
man (D.N.Y.). Paul Douglas (D.-lll.), and William Longer
(R N.D.). had already added as sponsors five .dditionel
*entors within 24 hours after its introduction TKa fiva
ware Senators Irvine Ivea end Frederick Payne, Repub-
licans, and Wayne Morse, Henry Jackson and James
Murray, Democrats.
Submission
The resolution calls upon the President c -be United
States to proclaim to ail nations that the L_ toleretes
no religious discrimination against its citi:^, |t _,,.
vides that American government agencies b. forbidden
to bar qualified American citizens from mi -,,,, diplo-
matic or other service in a foreign country lately j^.
cause of that country's religious discriminevw practi-
ces. It recommends that every agreement -, He
United States and a foreign country should > that no
U.S. citiien may be denied travel advent*.--, employ-
ment or trade because of religion.
IEAK OF INFORMATION CRITICIZED
Ben-Gurion Discusses Jordan
Front With UN Truce Chief;
Eban in Washington Report
SALEM (JTA) Premier David Ben Gurion has conferred
S truce supervisor Maj Gen. E. L. M. Bums over the grave situa-
tion ng the Israel-Jordan frontier, where four murderous incidents
ha\e c urred since UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold obtained
Jordan agreement to a cease-fire.
ilunon urged the necessity for impressing on Jordan that it
hum ke strict measures to end all aggression. At the same time, the
-------.---------------------------?Premier requested that the truce,
RfiftK OfP/iWTC : supervisor obtain Jordan's com-
PWH KtrVKI* jpliance with the article of the ar-
mistice agreement which guaran-
tees Jews free access to the Wail-
| ing Wall, and which Jordan has
j never honored. The article also
{guarantees Israel freedom of ac-
cess to Hadassah Hospital and the
Hebrew University campus atop
lit. Scopus.
Earlier, a report on the current
v>A-HINGTON (JTA>In an ob- relations between the United
v icrence to Israel. President States and Israel was made by
1 eer warned his Cabinet Ambassador Abba Eban at a ses-
l>ljying politics" with U.S. !*'on tne Parliamentary Commit-
policy at a cabinet meeting!tee on Security and Foreign Af-
on Nv.mber 12. 1953. it was re- *>. Mrs- Go,da Myerson. the
v ed here in the publication of new Israel Foreign Minister, re-
rhowerThe Inside Story." \ ^^^ (o the committee on the
an authoritative book drawn from
minutes of cabinet meetings.
I he book, by New York Herald,
Tribune reporter Robert J. Dono-;tlk with Secretary of State John
'lepicted the President as Foster Dulles and on the chances
ac(uirrg the Truman administra- of Israel's securing action from the
i using foreign policy "forjsute Department on its applica
tie political advantage."
A description of the cabinet
nf was given as follows:
'Indies gave review of Eric A.
ton's mission to the Near
1 l to pacify the Arabs and I>-
and. as a step in that direc-
tion, to promote a project similar
Continued on Pago SA
The
of all American dtiaem abroad is a matter of tbe "in-
tegrity f United States liliso|iip~ and a "caramel
function of United Staves sovereignty." rt rovers to Arab
discrimination against American jaws in general and
Sewdi Arabian discrimination against American service-
men of the Jewish faith at tbe Dherban air base, in par-
ticular. The resolution is particularly noteworthy at this
time since a U.S. agreement wrth Saudi Arabia or tbe
Wane since a U.S. agreement with Saudi Arabia on the
Do Right Thing
Best Policy. Ike
Urged Cabinet
foreign situation.
Mr. Eban reported on his latest
i*Brr rNnw it came from chiefs
Continued on Page 2 A
UN. WANK MOtSI
sepeerten
Goldmann Seeks dear
Understanding of Soviet
Request for Moscow Visit
LONDON' (JTA>Dr. Nahum Goldmann. in his capacitv as presi-
it of the World Jewish Congress, conferred with Soviet Ambassador
obMalik here in connection with the invitation received from ftfos-
Chief Rabbi Solomon Shlieffer to send a WJC delegation to the
> let I nion to study Jewish life there.
Jjkr. Goldmann said that there is still a good deal about Ike Invitation
be clarified. He took note of a report which appeared in the "Jewish
eeeer." a London publication.*---------------------------------------
n Moscow to the effect that ..._ *--.
hi Shlieffer had said he did not MAT DECIDE}
invitation to Dr. Gold-!
Dublin Elects
Jewish Mayor
DUBLIN (JTA) Robert Briscoe.
d bead a World Jewish Con-'on,y Je,wisn member of the Parlia
> delegation onlv if it were ment of Eire- hs &** elected
nged in advance that the dele- J^"1 M*yor of Dublin Both Mr.
m would confer with leaders Briscoe and Denis Larkin. outgoing
ajor Soviet Jewish communi- Ma.vor- *h received 19 votes, in
.nd if it would be possible for the "ty council so their names
ielegation to meet with mem- wer* Put in hat and Mr. Briscoe s
of the Soviet Government to |* drawn.
:y their stand on various as-! **r Briscoe. 62. is a native of
of Jewish life in the USSR Dublin. He has served in Parlia-
-nnaenting on the report in the ment as the first and only Jewish
- ish Observer," Dr. Goldmann MP since 1827 and has been the
he was never under the im- first and only Jewish member of
on that it came from the the city council since 1928. Mr.
' Ibe invitation to Dr. Gold- j
n fan behalf of the Soviet Gov-
Teat but as a personal invita-1
-. Goldmann. it is understood;
does not intend to go to Mos-1
unless the terms of the invita- j
are changed basically He
CHARGES RUMORS 'COMPLETELY WITHOUT FOUNDATION AM
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inued en Page 3 A
Continued en Page 2 A
Rumanian Chief Rabbi Denies Reports of New Arrests
STOCKHOLM (JTA) Ruman-
ian Chief Rabbi M. Rosen has
denied Israeli press reports of
recent arrests of Zionists and
Jewish community leaders in Ru-
mania, in a statement made as
he departed for a visit to Glas-
gow from where he will travel to
London next week. Rabbi Rosen
called the reports of arrests
"completely without foundatu i
and untrue" and said that wm
reports could only damage relj
tions between Rumania and tin
Jews.
In a review of the Jewish situ i
tion in his country. Rabbi Rom-
said that there were 100 Jewi--
communities united in a feder.
tion. The communities, he cor
aKMtr fTtOAM
SOVIET NOT SUCCESSFUL-DULLES
WASHINGTON (JTA)Secretary of State John Foster Dull,
that he does not consider Soviet activities in the Middle East a su < <
in terms of bringing any new country into the Soviet camp. He <
pressed the opinion that the visit of Soviet Foreign Minister Demi:
Shepilov to Egypt did not bring all the results Mr. Shepilov h.
A different view was taken by Sen Paul Douglas of Illinois, who
the Senate floor this week severely attacked the American Ambassa"
to Egypt. Henry A. Byroade. He told the Senate that because of V
Byroade's "misguided urgings" the United States must share the Ma*
for weakening the Western influence and strengthening Arab aggrr-
sive intentions in the Middle East.
led, are completely autono-
is but come under the juris-
of the Ministry of Culture
ive state subsidies. The
ish communities are not af-
jted with the Communist par-
be stressed. |
\ Jewish periodical of a religi-
- nature will begin publication
Bwniania this month. Rabbi i
sen revealed. He said that Jew
circles interested in learning j
allowed to receive Jewish,
-faSa|H>rs from abroad, if the \
rebjn newspapers do not con- j
n anti Soviet propaganda.
ere i> not anti-Jewish discrimi
-ion. Rabbi Rosen said, and the
snal high percentage" of Jews!
ild leading state positions in:
araWnia
Referring to the exchange of j
sits between himself and Swed-.
h Chief Rabbi Wilhelm. Rabbi
i>seti said that visits were of the j
itest importance and may j
introduce a new era in relations
between Rumanian and world
Jewry" Much depended on a
general political relaxation be-
tween East and West, be con-
cluded.
WARSAW RADIO ADMITS
ANTI-SEMITIC RENEWAL
VIENNA (JTA) Radio War-
saw has admitted in a broadcast
that "signs of anti-Semitism have
lately appeared in public life" in
Poland. It pointed out that the
present manifestations of anti-
Semitism "cannot be liquidated
by orders from above" and em-
phasized the need to appeal to all
the people of the country to com-
bat them.
The broadcast indicated I
the present stirring of anti-Semi:
ism may be attributable to the
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Friday, July 6. 1955
Civic League Picks
Meyer for Annual
Man of Year Honor
,,v of Miami Beach publicity
director Hank Meyer was Sunday
"]ected -Mln of the Year, 1986
a ,ho annual aw.nl of the Ciy.c
u of Mi-mi Beach Select.
was made at the Leagues installa-
tion hannuet in the Seville.
Some dozen nominees were con-
,,,| by the awards committee.
headed by Aaron Courshon. who
named Meyer the person "whose
outstanding service and civic ac-
complishments on behalf of the
community entitles him to succeed
last year's award winner. Baron De
Hirsch Meyer.'"
Parks Rusk. Miami Beach Stin
publisher, acted as installing offi-
cer at the affair which marked the
22nd year of the Miami Beach or-
ganization. Heading the incoming
roster are Allen Goldberg, presi-
dent: Harry B. Smith, first vice
president; Henry rove, second vice
president: Michael Salmon, secre-
tary; and Herman Barnett. treas-
urer. A cocktail party preceded
ihe dinner.
The Civic League, founded in
1943, is considered one oi the old-
est such groups on the Beach It
numbers over 300 active members
who engage in civic affairs. One
programs is the awarding of
annual scholarships to Miami
Beach High School students
Dr. Leonard Finn was in-tailed
as chairman of the board of direc-
tors .which includes Dr. Mark B
.. Dan Daniok Arthur De-
gutz, Seigfried Geismar, i> Berl
Gilbert, Charles "Chuck" Hall.
James Levirwin. Al Nason. Lew
Braverman. Al Rothstein. Murray
Sheldon. Ed Singer. Milton Sirkin.
Frank Steinberg and Simon Rubin.
Astronomer Credits local
Man With First Observation
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. director
of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum and
member of the Southern Cm-- A-
tronomical Society, attended the
10th annual convention of the As-
tronomical League held this week
in Miami.
Astronomer Matt F. Taggart.
showing a film of "Sunrise Phe-
nomena." told the convention that
Dr. Wolfson. in his book. "The
Road to Health and Happier Liv-
ing.'' was probably the first on-
>erver to describe the -fish bowl"
phenomenon of the rising sun.
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Stephen S Kessler wm elect; 1
president oi the Made Horn*
1 arebral Palsied at a meeting at
1782 W Flagler si la1 week
Other officers named include
Vfellman Parks, vice president;
Mr- cloria Evans, treasurer; Mrs
DM Bockerman secretary; Mrs
HANK HUTU
Dublin Elects
Jewish Mayor j
Continued from Pane 1 A
Briscoe, 1 Revisionist during the
time of Vladimir Jabotinskj
been active 111 the .lewi-ll COmi
munity oi Dublin and hw
president oi the Board oi Schechi
la -nice 1051 He helped lound a
B'nai B nth lodge in Dublin two
years ago and 1- a member oi it!
executive committee.
In his speech oi acceptance Mr.
BriscOC (old his colleague- that his
election .1- Mayor was a "ma 11
cent gesture" thai would point ut
to the world that "in Ireland at
least, there was ..lolute tolerance
and that in this Catholic country a
iman of any faith could have the
goodwill of hiv co-citizens it he de-
nned it and wa> prepared to ..ive
service to his fellow citizen-
' /s th, i\i \i'
Ben Gurion, Burns
View Jordan Front
Continued from Page 1 A
ion 1 purchase American armi
ih< l-rael Ambassador atao re-
ported in detail op the latest
-ion ol the I'nttod Nationi Beeurit)
Otuncil at wliu 1' the \rab- -cored
a victi r> hj forcing the Western
pov w to their demand
that lb.- phrase dealing with mu-
tually accepted ^rab Israel i"
be dropped from the resolution
Ken (iiirion w..- criticized .it the
ajBsion tor having stated in Parluv
DH-nt th.it Dr Pereti Bernstein,
leader oi thi '' *d
vocaiid preventive .. against
Jordai 11 I' t" this commit-
tee The criticism oi the Premier
wa- voiced by llerut depots Ml 1
hem B< 1. 1 ho pointed out that
pommittee member- u tied
to seen s Mr Beigin argued that
if Premier Ben Gurion could
leak" information about commit
tee matters no other members
could 'h' held to scree]
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Hoard of directors include Kar-
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fcvans, Mr and Mrs. Stephen K
Kessler and Mrs Beckerman.
"Funds are badly needed f<>r
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Friday. July 6. 1956
vJenistthrkhan
North Dade Sinai
Elects Birnbach
Charles Birnbach was this week
dected president of the newly or-
igin ized Man's club of Temple Si-
nai. North Dade reform congrega-
ten The group also voted to be-
comc affiliated with the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hood-.
Other officers who will be in-
stalled July 22 at the Biltmore Ter-
race hotel along with Sisterhood
I officials include Harvey Cutler,
Harold Greene and Ed Strawgate,
I vice presidents; Sam La Roche,
secretary; Carl Lipton, treasurer;
land Dr. Howard Novell, M. J. Sasse,
[Stanley M. Pred, Harold Ftmt and
Sllis Marks, directors.
Guest speaker at the organiza-
tional meeting held at the home
of Dr. Howard Novell on Keystone
Point was Albert J. Hirsch, presi-
dent of Temple Israel Men's club
and a member of the executive
Federation Appoints Top Leaders
To Budget, Executive Committees
Page> 3 A
CHARLES URNBACH
board of National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods.
". Goldmann Seeks Understanding
Continued from Page 1 A
aviet Government. However, it
emed to him to imply clearly
omething more than a personal in-
utat ion His talk with Ambassador
ialik here followed similar talks
be had recently with the Soviet
Lmbassador in Paris. There Is no
loubt that the two Soviet Ambas-
sadors conveyed to Moscow -the
suggestions made by Dr. Gold-
mann.
lecture Series Rescheduled
Dr. Abraham Wolfson's lectures
on "The Art of Living" have been
rescheduled from Sunday to Wed-
nesday evenings at 11th st. and
Ocean ct. These are a feature of
entering to Parties, tar Mitxvehs
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TAKE I iUS-DIIECT TO US
Members of the budget and ex-
ecutives committees were named
at the first official board of gov-
ernors meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation last
week.
Alvin Cassel, chairman of the
budget committee, announced that,
of the 21 persons serving this year,
five are members of the executive
committee.
According to Federation by-laws,
the budget committee consists of
21 members elected from and by
the board of governors. This group
determines the allotments for ben-
eficiary members of Federation
and annually reports its recom-
mendations to the board of gover-
nors for approval. No budget com-
mittee member is eligible to serve
for more than three successive
terms.
Named to serve for the coming
year, in addition to Cassel, are
Sidney Aronovitz, Meyer Baskin,
William Blechman, Mrs. David
Bass, Daniel Broad, Martin Fine,
Mrs. Charles Feinberg, A. Budd
Cutler, Joseph Duntov, Leon Ep-
stein, Sam A. Goldstein, Dan
Heller, Morris Honigbaum, Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, Dr. David
Kirsh, Jay Kislak, Irvin Korach,
Mrs. Jean Lehman, Jack Topell,
Julian Weinkle and Jacob Rabin-
owitz.
Also named were 67 community
leaders to serve for the coming
year as members of Federation's
executive committee.
In accordance with the by-laws
of Federation, the executive com-
mittee consists of the immediate
past president, honorary president,
president, vice presidents, secreta-
ry, associate secretary, treasurer.
HMCUtfl treasurer, chairmen of all
standing committees and a mini-
mum of 13 members elected by
and from the board of governors.
Executive committee is vested
with all the powers and duties of
the board of governors in the in-
terim between the meetings of the
board of governors and reports its
actions and recommendations to
the governors for final approval.
atambera of the executive mmitte*'
Vikftin.iii. Mi Leo Acker-
man, Sidney Annln, l>y XpU
Blank, Bhepard Broad. George Cberen,
irvinK Cypon, Joaopt) Duntov, Dr,
Meyer Bern*!*, Ij&o Blaennteln, Mi
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WARSAW RADIO ADMITS
Continued from Pag* 1 A
fact that certain Jews are among
the principal spokesmen for the
more critical-minded views that
have lately come to the fore in
post-Stalin Poland. Other sources
believe that circles close to Ed-
ward Ochab, the new first secre-
tary of the Communist Party, are
deliberately tolerating or even
encouraging an anti -Semitic
whispering campaign as a by-
product of an anti-intellectual
drive.
Until recently, the existence of
anti-Semitism in Poland was vig-
orously denied in the Polish
press and radio, but under the
new trend of reporting now per-
mitted, a number of publications
have recently confirmed the per-
severance of anti-Jewish preju-
dice and excesses. An article by
Leszek Kolakowski in the student
magazine "Po l'rostu." which was
headlined, "Anti Semites A
Warning," has attracted much
attention.
Aaron Kraviti, Rabbi I^eon Kronlnh,
Abe Km man. Sidney Lefoourt, Mra.
Jeaa C. I^hmaii. Rabbi Irving I>-hr-
nian, Khlel l i., Bermour I.i'liman, Joseph U
low, alas Melsel. Anna Brenner
pr, Ben Meyers, Jack Muravchiirk,
Myei -. Max i :\nz.
David Phlttpa, afra Harry Platofr.
Mrs Matilda katn.i, Lao Roblneoa,
h M. Roaa, I >an Ruakln, \i. -.
Barauel Sa.kra.lK, Harbari I: Ht-har,
Arnold Header, Mr*. Hanry H.
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During The Week ...*
By LIO MINDLIM
-wo QUESTIONS with respect to Israel. Pt and future, have from
T^h ,r.^nnmR of the Jewish State* existence concerned the
, ..^ P^ of Amenc^tbe I '" <* *"">
Ar'^U,f5ToOOOOO person* among us read the Catholic press and
w J ,> have-to say with respect to theee question, bears
t!lSlvB?.nd large, the Catholic preaa has been eminently fair
T l~a? of the area in which Jews also maintain abundant
lB s appr. sal of the ^ ^ ^ ^
MwmA^mmm^mm^ ^ ^ ^ eu onJy ^ found >mong
*^cSST2S*CWt*M generally, feel they have an historic
i Kr^ The root! Of their religion lie in Israel: their Lord
r:*7^rfTl on its *oil Traditionally, they have not been able to
^?L hZ'l 'transference of interest. If their belief was born
.L EZ** State it also stems from the Jewish people To exalt
"s^7omwh.le maintaining an inexplicable disregard for
rt td* on the most primitive aspects of spiritual conduct.
WM9t^StS th>' prec^'y lh* "" of Chri*tun beh""r
iL rroaa the earliest days of church ascendancy. Even un'il
LhTmdcrn times. Christian doctrine had it that Jewry s exile
- ".\ --'I:, symbol of the rejection of the Christian Neaniah.
^"^ active coninbution to that suffering in the form of ritual
^b, x-gregation from society and a host of other* ,
a> fulfilling divine command
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HCBltTH of the Jewish State was without doubt a traumatic
r amch philosophy. A new Israel meant that hist rv
.% the \quinian doctrine of maintaining a Jewish limbo
" *Z2i But pragmatic Catholic reasoning specifically v
anted more immediate problems. With a new Jewish hege-
That would be the fate of its holy places' How could the
iliHr to propagate the mystical aura emanating from
jSZZTJZt pronounced sepulchral-wrth a anodern. hwatbo,
LllgU mm fV*"""" thw*? Was rt pooib,< to.k*? en$h7rfJ
-^-two pnme prerequisites for rel^Jj-iJ^n-V^d;
i Jewish land at that, suddenly rising from the sands^of neglect
VST S*wki hberal Catholic leaders today orten-bly welcome
!cV of toael. thev must nonetheles. grapple with these question,
^^aner a> the le^s liberal among the. regard tarael
-that iv to sav. in the light of a profomad repudiation f
STh^f For the more militant, a solotsoo has been alliance
ihe Krab position in the Near East, Cuaui nenillj. they na>e
ZmmZ to adopt the techniques of Arab r^opaganAaU m reL
* brael laraetaV Boadata and world Jewry generairr
This has meant a deliberate coarfnaaon of ^^^TnT.Tl
*.*. an equally del.berrte durerd for the fael ** not a I
Israel* are Jews not all Israelis are Zaanato; net all Jew* are Earn
.1 .le-s are Zionists ..._ ,. ^^ .. ,__., .
But it has also meant putting to qoestJOB ta "/*'
l bjM a> a free and independent nation The editor of "Onr Sunday
tr" Tote on December 4. ltt: "It is odd, now. *cfl ^
almost undignified haste with uhach our Goeetwaaeaat-tten *****
mman Truman and Achesoo. recogniaed the new State of Israel
ithir 24 hour> after its organization in direct defiance ot a
mandate On March 25. 19S6. the same editor epaned: "Israe. a
s!k!r that should not exist."
flH Axaba to: OTMR SaM Of TW COM IS *?



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ajajajnjli
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; ml the ImbVi
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-oivr^ henntoicvf wnth mope-l
the Vmk- ami i u- (hw w Oonv
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ditnznzna
DIStEGARO OH the part of some
Jnnq Matetflfc tf#l an Israel is a
evplained" in light of the punitive
Bfd .V*-s and hich reached it>
ice amongthom cned not
v.\ millMl suls But there i> no o
thai Israel > created bv the I anted
Sunday Vtastar" indicated
Thus rmulatinK the ^rabs by ref
and itri thiv as their jumi
miiTiimiihttni :. anal adanninii i in their
tat Ihc hol> placo of
umane m rd divplaced
ol th< Catholic \cr Fast Ueliarr
Nnan ..i IVormber N 1*W The .
will keep mounting until justice is px
rrlufr<-<. in the rr>.
m The Tablet" cf February IfL
ajananan to l ooe.Ote Pnlnanne
ntnrs living \r. aajajaJM relupee ranu
annual ntdf i SCT tor each refngee ny the I
a aowerful I act or in driving the Arab ni
ahnnaa
Nawhett 01 brrr rrv\>cnitNin f the tact
mandate \it- leaVrs m 104d laiaarhrg a
IMish her intv the
abandon its tvnw
a< hat Isiael vut i auinUf
y>- 'rt |e reunite tamilaov tna*
ba* sirs>e vt-tHI
ha iriugoe camps after the war
Mstc-nce
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(RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 C.rlyle
,s. Orthodox. Rabbi Imm Evtr.
nla\ 7 P-m. Katuntav X :30 a.m.
urn.n: "Weekly fort Ion." Mlmha
ii in.

INSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

IETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Tservativ*. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
Cantor William W. Upton.
lay R.l.'i p ni. Sermon: "Ilersl and
Ilk (Ireal Luminaries of Our
I" Siitunlity a.m. liar Mltivah:
f\i M.n of Mr. and Mra. Julian
IhblndVr Marc, win of Mr. and
i sanim-l Kllnaer; Michael, son of
and Mra. Herbert Kuvln.

ETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Or-
3x. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr-
Cantor Louis Gartanhaus.
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ETH EMETH. 12201 NW 17th

ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
odox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
kTH JACOB. 301-311 Washino-
lave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Maurice Mamchas.

TH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
[Orthodox. Rabbi Ario Bockar.
*
TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid *:
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
lAL GABLES CENTER. 320
ay. Libaral. Rabbi Morris
Cantor Irving Robinson.

kGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
I. Consarvativa. Rabbi Lao
IREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
Mhodox. Rabbi Alaxandor
t:M p.m. Saturday S a.m.
"Weekly Portloa?' Mlmha
km.

kLEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 9S1
igo way. Consarvativa. Rab-
ris Rackovsky.

IESTEAD CENTER. 183 NI
Homestead. Consarvativa.
Gerti officiates.

.LYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
[Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
five. Rabbi Samuel Larar.

.LYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
olk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
lah Hailbraun.

kELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
ir. Consarvativa. Rabbi Mor-
Ulavsky. Cantor Samual
p in Saturday 8:10 a.m.
'. p.m., followed by Slialon
e
IDERDALE EMANU-EL.
Andrews eve.. Ft. Louder-
Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
IESETH ISRAEL. *1415 Euclid
Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Cantor Abraham Saif.
.30 p in Saturday 8:30 a.m.
"An Appreciation of Our
Bleaaliura,"
e
tNTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
[NE 11th ava. Consarvativa.
Isaac Larar.
X: IS p.m. I^ay members will
ite In the absence of Rabbi Uer-
r. and Mra. Harold Brown hoatx
bt-a siiubbat. Saturday 9 a.m.

tMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
April. Cantor Barala Kalamar.
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Hmv.
FYlduy 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
MltEvah: Richard, aon of Mi. .,.!
Mra. Irving Kelton.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Raform.
e e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chasa ava. Libaral. Rabbi Laon
Kronish. Cantor Samual Kalamar.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10.45 a.m

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Consarvativa. Cantor
Ban Gressbarg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ava. Consarvativa.
Rabbi Irving Lahrman.
Friday < p.m. Saturdav 9 a.m.
mon: "Weekly Portion/
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Raform. Rabbi Josaph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstain.
Friday 8:11 p.m.
e e
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878, North Miami. Re
form.
Friday 1:15 p.m. In Carpenters Hall.
131st at. and NK th ave. Lay mam-
bera will officiate.
Do the Right Thing is Best Policy, Eisenhower Tells Cabinet
Continued from Paga 1 A
to the Tennessee Valley Authority
on the Jordan River for the benefit
of both sides. After Dulles had
spoken, the President said that
since foreign policy so often in-
volves domestic policy as well, he
was eager to have the cabinet talk
about it.
"The best policy at home, he (the
President) said, was to do the right
thing abroad even though this
might temporarily alienate extrem-
ists in the United States. He cau-
tioned the Cabinet against playing
politics" with foreign affairs. Ob-
viously referring to Israel, which
Dulles had just mentioned, the
President said he had been told of
one case in which the Truman Ad-
ministration had used foreign poli-
cy for domestic political advan-
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Friday 8:S0 p.m. Sermon: "Training
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
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+Jewish ncr*lto__
Friday, July 6. 1956
Page 6 A

he
wood*
\-
-he irab-hreel issue In spite
T ol many other pnwsingP^
SrfXes a* trn.-.i toward
Jerusalem. Guesses are din
3 Urs pi ;;'-
D,vid Ben Gurion. Whal
do one day, all
whal will he do tonunsnw
won as Foreign ***** JJ*
Shared was usl I "">"" ,h'' '~
took the spotlight And the in
Gurion's actions an not uieaWta
hie
Everyone how feels ,h" ;"
least BQ percent ol the ress
tor the (M 51 I s
ett lies with the United Mai
specificall} with the Security
Council The : h;,'t lies
with WashinftM. a** ''-- li-
nothing poliej -
grant inns I Israel wita '
attitude which permits N
French left hand to atnd i ton
,: plan N WW
most powerful backer, the I v I
keep- in tightly
Israel knocks on the
in the
major
chief W
whenever
1 'ThoM' were tt Sharett
faUures" ^^K
KR8e that he could ba\(
to alter the
. :, The facts are:
s Washington
ban.

set the arms thej wanted ih.
Se^nritj Counc.1
did turn its hack on Israel. Both
Mr Sharetl and Mr Eban kept
.klfi it on tha eh... They
begged, thej cajoled, in the se-
curitv Council they ipoke up, in
Ebon's voice, with beautiful
word! Hut what Hi,I th.
all their pohtesse? 0*6 relu.il #
after another.
\ u rh one powerful move.
Mr Ben Gurion has taken the ini-
tiative, and all wonder how he
will use it Will he court the
n n< trying to ll
:rom the Communist muni-
tion- gross r- wno nsve been
ght alont that the Riling
seats pure-
eommercial" matter peraus-
.1 sow reign nations?
Will Mrs to risk
of
very
rich. American Jewry the
MH,.nso. world Jewry.ha have
helped Israel with.great outpour-
Mroua funds by anta-
gonizing Washington to tta poj
whore BOIM American Jews Will
,uw. to choons between support
Washington's void war
ON THE
IP*
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or
f> UffJ SCHWARTZ
The Liberty Be!l Needs More Ringing
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the PI si > were trou
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diffie
age
iminat-
e, but
free of the
evil which the) symbolise When
Stalin,
- meat The
l m- to t>e
'mure hunt to u.-e Tom
> than it ever
The mesa | ,.t th of
I tded.
backing Israels lMj rap-
proachment with the i S5H
sides there .- American foreign
;illl hntween SKto.ooo.ooo and
si50(xhiikhi worth year watch
Israel might loaa if M "*
ng with the salesmen from
Moscow I- it a Russian deal that
Mr Ben Gurioa ha- up Ml
sleeve? And if it ii would Bus-
-ia dare anUgoaise it- Arab p!a>-
hj telling or letting it- MtnUttni
sell arm- to Israel''
or does Mr Ben Gurion have
etMng else in mind' I- he
thinking of mats rasas on Egypt
.Jordan or Syria, raid.- that might
be touched olt the next time an
Israeli kfbbUtl .- attacked by the
Arabs or .,n Israeli patrol i- am-
husked? The security council
members know well that Mr.
Sharett was deeply disturbed by
the I-rael raid on Syrian nun
poata along Lake Tiberias la-t
December, at the very moment
the Foreign Minister in Washing-
ton ana negotiating for arm- The
Council condemned Israel, and
even threatened to use -tiff <
nomic sanction-, perhap- even
military sanctions, under the UN
tear
tre freely admitting
that I-rael had much to fear.
If Israel Cannot obtain con-idera-
t ion here, even hen it i* not "on
the carpel for r< taliatory r
- then when, and under what
circumstances can it expect con-
sideration?
Israel ha- been let down Mr.
Sharett, aa the Foreign Miniatar
under Whom these setback- oc-
curred, had to take the blame.
even if he ha.I tried hi- very bo-t
Which he did But if Mr. Shar-
ett police- of moderation, of
strict observance ol 1 N regula-
tions and resolutions, of absolute
adherence to protocol if these
had failed, a- they did. 1- it not
time tor Israel to take second
lool at the world picture. perhafM
consider other, more rigorou
lion-'.'
a ,enii I
JESUS PILATE AND PAUL. A Modern Interpretation. By C. Gtor*
Pan. 159 pp. Chkaoo: Isaacs Company. S2.7S.
By HILARY MINDLIN
FOX. whose "The Jews, Jesus and Christ" was reviewed
,mc time ago in this column, has revised and enlarged upon
the matter presented in the previous book; in the current one he Lives
ore -pace to the trial of Je-us and the Pauline doctrine. '
QABBI
in
The pur-
>f the book, however, remains the same, and it is a worthy one.
>,- Fot now rahbi emeritus of the Chicago South Shore Temple, has
snont a food Ofty years in intergroup relations, and is particularly
interested in furthering brotherhood between Christians and Jew*
This is. in fact, hi- fourth book on that subject.
I am not sure whether it is Dr. Fox who gets mellower or I. but
I find thi- book far more palatable than the last one. which rubbed
me the wrong wav in many of its assertions about the relationships
between Jew- and Christiansboth what those relationships are and
what thev -hould be. In line with this. I also have a vague feeling
that this "book will perhaps sit as uncomfortably with many Chn-tians
as did the first one with many Jews.
For it i- quite apparent that in explaining such historical matters
is whv the Jews did not in Jesus' day and do not now accept him as
the Messiah Dr Fox must make statements which are Irrevocably
opposite to the views held by Christians and thus may deeply offend
ihem In speaking of Jesus' non-Davidic ancestry, lor instance, and
m discussing the evangelical, utterly unhistorical accounts of the
Gospels, .t seems likely that Christian readers may find this rather
""'flSta not to S that a book like "Jesus. Pilate and Paul" oucht
to please Christians, or Jews either, for that matter. But keeping m
mind Dr. Fox's purpose for wnting-to further understanding be-
ween lew- and Chr.-t.ans-it is difficult to see how he can avoid
stepping on group toes here and there. Toe-stepping, of course, never
much to further understanding. ... ...
It ,- thus an extremely narrow and precarious course, both inte
factually and emotionally, which Dr Fox must maintain and
on e of it is that he is quite successful in many isaaa. In his
of the growth of Christianity, during which he puts
the
hi--
r,a!,Mh'r:;;: :;;,;,, UP p.u, <&...< *.>;
hi- lol-
, the ,uthor doe- an excellent job of cxpUtoing
And
Judaism
en
in
and
discussing some of the differences in
ano hnstianity. Or Fox discourse is **,
\:::Z:*^U^ "common ground' which afford- .,-
^rtt&ssu i *+-* TcTatn-
wift Donald fuddle, nl the University eg Illinois, wholes ">
mtniduction to this book that to dUcOVOr what .1 m common
unquestionably the best way
ha
i<
religion, and thus to dissipate whatever prejudice may obUu v
H i- not the religions themselves which b> their naiur*
create nteU'ce" but the h.story cormected^^th^, deuces. *
daism has no, a great deal in camraon ***** ySueV.
certainly much less than it ha- with "^jj^r and fat
,-- has grown there 1 fail to see why it is not just as easy.
more meritorious, simply to respect another religion on its own term-
one la-t reservation concerning this book: that those who WU
read it will not need to, and those who need'to, will not read it.
itoius s\ioi.\it
Southern Jews are Between Proverbial Frying Pan and Fire
A
III It It I III ft u FT
German Screen Star Evokes Comment
j HAVE r
I on nn n
column dealii v.
her, the Geran

-
Vr Fischers de-

u belie'- his ii
to th.
" s especiallv n
PJrl in the cultural a)
"' Thir'i uld have
i" a vacuum A- a matter
record, enrollment in the
Party controlled ikultur.
fcamroer" bet.,:
nce Dr Goehbels made his
Wress before the heads
;rman movie production ex-
plicitly statasj his aim to mold
the cinema into a tool of Naa-m
motion picture made in
: Reich had to be au-
thorized b> the propaganda min-
wiag that the morale of a
as much on i
i- H doe- on the
supply of bread. National Social-
i film produc-
hest priority A total
ot 30i' were made during
f the regime.
during the five
I 1945 immediau h pre-
In -pite of
raanahv
l -ential as manufacturing
AaMBg the nine pictures hi
which O. W. Fischer starred on
the German screen, from Pearl
Harbor to VF. day. are two which
*on special praise from the Nazi
aovernment Wien 1910." pro.
duced in 1942. received the hi*h-
e-t certificate of merits "Staat-
spolitiich and kuenstlerisch wert-
voll,
GRAPHIC picture on how the Jews in the
South are affected by the tension developed
over the lama of integrating the Negro was pre
sented last week in a private report by the Nation
al Community Relations Advisory Council. Jewish
merchants and employer- of Nepo labor find
them-elves inexorably involved in the economic
-quee/e l>etweon the white supremacies and the
Negro.
The-.' Jewish businessmen are confronted with
a cruel choice Either to go along with the While
Citizen- councils and lose th. \, po patronage, at
the same time becoming object- ..( Negro enmity.
Or defy the Councils which represent in many
places the entire power structure of the communi-
ty The choice i- often made the more falling by
the fact that some of the White Council- are open-
ly anti-Semitic, while others repeatedly repudiate
responsibility for anti-Semitism peddled at their
meetings.
NATBAB zinri v _
The local White Citirens Councils are tending
toward federation, and such a federation will be
unique among demagogic organizations of it- type
if it does not take on anti-Semitic coloration.
Meanwhile, the general identification of Jews with
the dominant white elements, tend to feed anti-
Semitic feelings among Negroes not only la 'ne
Suith, but also in other parts of the country.
Actually there have been variations in Jewish
attitudes in the South. While the public school
cases were in litigation, there was apprehension
over the possible consequences to Jews of an open
conflict over segregation. Most Southern Jew- and
most Southern Jewish communities sought to re-
main aloof, neutral from the situation.
After the first Supreme Court ruling, declara-
tion- of support and commendation were made W
the Southern rabbinate. With the advent of t
White Citlssna Council movement, came a revef
.-ion to neutralism.
Writer's Vacation Marred-But Illness Taught Him a Lesson
M
|IDMAY
-.i-on
in pa-t years has been the vacation
for me and an occasion lor lyrical
outpourings that no other month m the calendar
could either induce or Justify in a man who *.,s
beginning to feel the burden of the \car- Tin-
year that bit of lovchnes- w.,- denied in me by a
jesting fate Instead of easing at star- I looked at
the tender hands of nurses, and instead of enenm
passing the richness of which May is the harbinger
I contemplated the scene from a hospital bed in
Flower Fifth Avenue hospital. New York.
Yet there was compensation lor the loaa. For I
learned to know and understand a corner of the
world that has beea alien to methe world of the
nut I also learned to understand a crn'r.!
anoth.r world -that segment of womanhood t*
has found redemption in healing and lrneVJj
lace to whose incomparable compen>ao
waging pain and halting ebhing life >
never forget the crisis a Chinese patient eJ *
through ami how a brunette nurse swore to heatw-j
that she would not let the evil angel prevail^
long as there was strength in her hands and
on her hps When I beheld the gentlemen tt
a few steps the next morning he appeared to |
as if risen from the dead. And the nnracie
longed to the nurse who lasalnrad with eyas
beseeching, neither aods nor mortals could


y July 6, 1956
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
THE IS HKKKIIV OIVBN that
Iglied. deslllllg !> engage in
in. s under th flrtitlruiM name of
IJ..SY MOTEL ai Mir. Collins
in. Mlnml lliiiih. Florida, ln-
. register said name .with the
rk nf lh>' circuit Court of Dade
in, lliii Ida.
F I. K. RKAI.TV
CORPORATION, Bole Owner
125-2* 7/1
(OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hi' I". IS IIKIIKIIT OIVEN that
Indei signed, dextrine- tn engage In
i. the fii-t liious name of
II PLASTERINO. in MSO B W
Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to
t.r -~. tI name with the <*lerk of
p'imiit Court of Hade County.
nl'ls HADARO '"' Partner
I'BKN l> P1RVIHfttP Partner
?MAN A OOLD8TKIN
K. i i-tinnti
-20 27 ________________________
IE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
kND FOR DADE COUNT/,
IDA. IN PROBATE No. 3S072-A
ESTATE Or
"H DA.NCHJ&3. Dei i- il
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
c iihims and All PtTNIM llav-
iiins hi i wnnn AjpmbsI s.ii.i
mill each of you are hereby
i and required to present any
and demandi which row, or
of Mm, muv have against the
of It I 'I'll DANCHEH, deceased
Hade County. Hoi Ida. to the
..hie County Judges of Dade
f, and file the mine In tlieli
In the County Courthouae In
County, Florida, within eight
ii months from the date of the
^i:l.11. at i..ii he.....f S.i id claims
lands In contain the legal ad-
f the claimant and to be sworn
present) l aforesaid, or same
barred Km Beet Ion 722-14 of
k"i Prebate Act.
June L"'. A I' IfM.
DANCI IKS
Administrator of the Instate of
'Il DANCHEH, Hi leaned
HI' I I.EREN
Ey fni Administrator
Sin- j;
IFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
HE NAME AND BY THE
HORITV OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
II, Tii WHOM THESE PRES-
ii \i.i. COMB. creetinc.s.
? w nonnMAS
\II\MI BEACH, FUtRIDA
< JACollsoN.
MIAMI BEACH, KI.ORIOA
ARD A. STERN.
MIAMI, FIX>RID\
he lot day of November, A. IV
use to I.. Incorporated under
Islons of chapter fins. Klorids
HEATHWOOD OXFORD
ItTIKS. INC., a corporation,
prim-ip.il place of business at
Beach, Hade County, in the
[of Florida, and whereas the
of fleers of such corporation
the 22rd d.iv of June. AD
e to be filed in The office
retary of State of the State
|da, a duly authenticated reso-
Mdopted by the stockholders
|he provisions of said Chapter
Ida Statutes, showing the dls-
of such corporation^
therefore, the secretary of
* hereby certlfv to the fore*-
I that he Is satisfied that the
ents of law have been com-
h.
Fitness whbrbot, i have
jnto set my hand and have
led the Oreat Seal of the
of Florida, at Tallahassee.
'apltal. this the twenty-third
of June. A H
CRAY. Secretary of State
rlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
? 18 HEREBY OIVBN thet
frslgned, desiring to engage In
: undei the fictitious name of
Y MOTOR INN. at 174?". Col-
frenue. Miami Beach. Florida,
I tn register said name with the
ft the Circuit Court of Dade
I"!hi ids
I" I. ft R REALTY
CORPORATION. Bolt Owner
I |
LEGAL NOTICE
9~>4*i>n*rlrU*in
Pagu 7 A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I. E.V.ErNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE"'
?*.'I CHANCERY, No. 19,Z*
IJLA.Nf HE I''il,I.MANN, Plaintiff,
ALFRED poi,I.MAN. Defendant.
n-. ,.UIT rOR DIVORCE
TO: ALFRED I'm,I.MANN
i 'i Itlver I towns Rase Track
Hamilton County near
Cincinnati. Ohio
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed against you, and you a-
I to serve a ropy of youi An-
swat or Pleading to the Hill'of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney.
HENRY M. CAIN. 2520 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida, and file the!
original Answer or Heading in the'
office of the Clerk of the Circuit'
Court on or before the SOlh day of
July. I9S6. If you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
Sou for Hie relief demanded In the
III of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
eseh week for four consecutive week!
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
HoNK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2:.th day of June, A l>
HM
B B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Had. County, Florida
By L A. C LEA RE,
It Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
I Attorney for Plaintiff
I 2520 W. Flagler St., Miami. Florida
6 '29 7/6-1S-20
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 2 File A-11146
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
Junlus Harklns. holder of Countv Tax
Sale Certificate No. tOM Issued the
1st day of June. AH. |M4, has filed
same In my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to lie Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
following descrilted propel l\ in the
County of Had.-, state of Florida, to-
wlt:
I-ot It, Block :'. Oort Plat of Liber-
ty City Park. Plat Hook II, Page
.">. In the County of Hade. State
of Florida.
The assessment of said property
tinder the said certificate was In the
name of: Lesti r Walters ,v W Minnie.
L'nlesi said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
desciilt.d herein will he sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of August. 1:.8. which is the 6th day
of August. I:.6.
Dated this 2th dav of June, lt.fi.
i: i: LEA THERM AN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Floilda
By S S MOORE, I). C.
(Circuit Court Real)
6/2S 7/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
zSSfSSf. '">der the fictitious name oi
M DEWALK PAR CAKE, at 161.1
.n \\ ,,ttli street. Intends to register
s.i.-l name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
KEss;:-,MiM*KoA,i,,s,,,i,N-s.....'-""
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
6/2! 7/6-13-2H
NOTICE TO CREDITOR6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 38200
In Re: ESTATE OP
HARRY SANDS. Itecensed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present say
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HARRY SANDS, deceased
late of Ihide County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to ite sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will lie barred.
Date June 22. AD. 19.16
IRENE IDA SANDS,
as Executrix of the Ijiat Will
and Testament of
HAItltV BANDS. Decet>sd.
MTERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Irene Ida Sands,
Executrix
6/29 7/6-1J-20
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SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS?
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEHV OIVBN that
the undersiKiied. desiring; to eHC*fC In
business under the fictitious name of
PALNT-O-HAMA, at 129.-) N \V 7th
Avenue. N. Miami, Fla Intends to
reciater said name with the ''lerlc of
Lm' /,'""'ult Omtn of Dade County,
l-lorida.
SHEPHERD BUILDING
MATERIALS. INC.
t.-*,. A Florida Corp.
KKSSLER tIARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1782 W. Flagler St.
6/29 7/6-13-20
LfcCAL NOTICS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
'iu.H.ln.?f".under ,h*- fl'ilt'ous name of
MPTI'AL libRTOAOE io.MPaNY,
at 6709 Hlscayne Boulevard, Miami,
l-lorida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
JOSEPH KATJC
JOSEPH ISRAEL
ROTHENBEKQ ft BL'RRIS
Attorneys for Joseph Katx
and Joseph Israel
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Iteach, Fla.
6/22-29 7/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 189,1*4
PASyiALE HoN.ii., Plaintiff.
vs.
ROSARIO LUONOO, Defendant
AMENDED ORDER TO APPEAR
rOU, IK ISA i:lu LUONOO, 1063 E
l.lrd Street. Itrooklyn. New York, c/o
-Mil had Luohko, are herehy required
to serve a copy of your answer to a
Hill of Complaint for divorce on plain-
tiffs attorney, Claude M Panics.
222 i: Flagler Street, Miami. Florida.
and file th# original with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
30th day of July, AD. 19-1, or a
default will be entered against you.
Dated yiis 20th dav of June. II
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Bj WM w STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
6/22-29 7/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE OOUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY NO. 191298. m
MAPKL BLAKE, a widow. Plaintiff
vs.
HAROLD LEWIS, and If married hla
unknown spouse, et al, Defendants
_ NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: HAROLD LKWls. and If mar-
ried, his unknown spouse
245 So. Maple Drive
Beverly Hills. California
HARVEY MILLER, and If mar-
ried, his unknown spouse
Residence L'nknown
.MARTHA T. FISKE. and If mar-
ried, her unknown spouse
Residence I'nknown
The unknown apouaea, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming; by.
through, under or against all
persons above named as known
or unknown, all of whom are not
known to be dead or alive.
Residence Unknown
All claimants under anv of such
parties'or otherwise, and all par
lies having or claiumia; to have
any right, title or Interest in the
property described as follows:
I.OT IS of Block :i of LINCOLN
PARK ADDITION TO HOME-
STEAD, according to the plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Hook 6. at Pat. IS", of the
I*ubllc Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
The West H of the NK', of
the NK',, of the SK'i of Sec-
tion 31, Township .", South.
Range 37 East, lying and being
Dade Countv, Florida.
Tract 22 of Section 1, Town-
ship SI South! Kanfte 46 East,
according to the plat of Flor-
ida Fruit 1-anil* Co. recorded
In Plat Hook 2. at Page IT of
the Public Records Of Dade
County, Floi iila
You are hereby notified that a
complaint to quiet title to the land
hereinabove described has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer or
pleading to the complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney, Milton A. Fried-
man. 1023 Sevl.old Building. Miami,
Horiria. and file the original answer
or pleading In the.offlce of tin Clerk
of the Circuit i 'null on or before the
24th day of July. 1956. If you fall
to do so, judgment hy^default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the compisint.
DATED at Miami. Ihfie County,
Florida, this 19th dav of June. 19T.6,
E It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Countv. l-'loi Ida
H> \V.\I W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
6/22-29 7/S-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARAL REALTY CO. (Not Inc.), at
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Iteach. Floi -
iila. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MALVIN ENOLANDER
HARRY PLISSNEK
ELI QI'AIN
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TWIN CITY CLASS COMPANY and
TWIN CITY CLASH CO., at SU West
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intends
to register said names with the clerk
(f the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
TWIN CITY OLA SB CO., INC.
A Florida Corporation
TH EO DOR E N EI -So N
Attorney for Applicant
One Lincoln Road
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A M E 1 A W
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaaje In
httdne nnitor the fictitious name of
APPROVED BRIDOE PRODIVTR. at
r.10 fndlma. Avenue, Coral Cables,
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ROD..MW BALSAM. Sole Owner
S/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TENDRICH'S. at 1K000 8. Dixie High-
way (Perrine). Dade County, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ISADORE TENDRICHPartner
SAM PEL TENDRICHPartner
JOSEPH TENDRICHPartner
ENOLANDER TENDRICH
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Attorneys for Tendrlch'a
6/15-22-29 7/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
at CIA UV
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Copy-rite, at l">o N.W. 1st Street,
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florid*.
The Film Art Corporation
a Fla. Corn.
PAI,T./Vr. SILVER A MULLOS"
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congress Bldg.
6/22-29 7/6-IJ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN* that
the undersigned, deslrine- to engage In
business under th* flct'ilons nst"e of
M W AUTOMOTIVE SALES, at
2601 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said naniA with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
AUTOMOTIVE CARBURETOR
EXCHANGE CO
Bv William Hnrnsteln. President
JOHNSON. LEVENSON & PERRY
At'ornevs for
M W Automotive Sales
R09 Blscayne Bldg.. Miami. Florida
6/22-29 7/6-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tn engage In
business under the fictitious n"ie of
733 BAR. at 733 N.W. 2"th Street.
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida
PETER DA NOW, Sole Owner
KESSLER g, OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
17*2 W. Flagler Street
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FXJTITIOUS
NAMP I A W
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrine to engage In
business under the 'i'-tltlous nam.- of
LEE'S DINETTE CENTER, at K211
B.W. Sth Street. Miami, Intends tn
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
WILLIAM L. BECKWITH
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for William L. Beckwlth
6/22-29 7/6-13
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notice*.
Ws apprsefat* your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates
PhoM FR 44366
_ lor messenger service
ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT
OF CREDITORS
This Is to notify all creditors that
there has been an Ass'jrnment for the
Benefit of Creditors re ESSIE BIOOIE
DEPARTMENT STORE. 131 N Dixie
Highway. Hallsndale. Florida
If you have any claims agains'
debtor kindly f!leyour Proof of Claim
with the assignee. Eliot R Weton,
Esq.. One Lincoln Road Building,
Ml-iml Beach. Florida.
6/22-29 7/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ir.
business under the fictitious name of
DISPLAYARAMA. at 813 NE 2nd
Ave., Intends to regisi. -.ii,i name!
with the Clerk of the circuit Court J
of Dade Countv. Florida
MORTY FAY
6'22-29 7/6-13 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A M F LA W
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
eaa under the fictitious nam. of
B i B ASSOCIATES, at 600 7tli
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register aald name with the Cterl
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
WILLIAM BLECHMAN and
THERESA I. BLECHMAN,
LOUIS' JACKSON and
JENNIE JACKSON.
JOSEPH STONE and
JEANNETTE STONE,
Owners
7/6-12-20-27_____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I.If a i OPTICAL co. (not Inc.). at 659
N. E. ISM St North Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name with th*
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
I. NI'SSHAIM. Sole Owner
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF 1 AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DEL PKAIm. lioTEI.. at 2642 Collins
Avenue. Mlnml Beach. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
T.OUIS PLATT
ALBERT L RoSEN. Esq.
Attorney for L.uis PLitt
tin". Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
6/1.-.-22-29 7/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N A MP 1 AW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAY & JESS 6 SERVICE STATION,
at 11 >;"." Bisc.om- Boulevard. North
Miami, Florida. Intend to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. Countv. Florida
R D PHILLIPS
JESS W. SLOAN
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney for Mr Phillips and Sloan
216 STioreland Building
Miami. Florida
6/15-22-29 7/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "'
SToNE PAINT WALLPAPER CO..
at :.Ri>4 Sunset Drive, Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of iHtde County, l-lorida.
ROBERT W STONE
EDITH H. STONE
KESSLER & GARS !
Attorneys for Applicants __
1782 W. Flagler St.
6/29 7/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 1tl3S)
THoMAS S CLARK and DOROTHY
LOI.-ISE CLARK, his wife. Plaintiffs,
WESLEY HIRSHBL'RO et ux et al..
Defendant*
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: WESLEY HIRSHBCRC and
SADIE JONAS HIRSHBURO, hie
wife: RESIDENCE UNKNOWN:
and F. J. BRICKEN and LIL-
LIAN L. BRICKEN. hi- wife,
RESIDENCE INKNOWN: If
said persons are living, and if
dead, all unknown persons having
or claiming any Interest In and to
the hereinafter described real
estate, lying and being in Dad*
County. Florida, namely and
to wit
Lots '.. 6 and 7 in Block IS
of BOCLEVMtD ADDITION
To HOMESTEAD, FLOR-
IDA, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book
2. at Paste 98 of the Public
Records of Dade Countv.
Floi Ida
as heirs, devisees, grantees, as.
signees. s-. creditors,
trustees, receivers, executors or
administrators, or other claim-
ants l.v. through and/or under
the *aid named defendants.
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hv notified that a Complaint to Quiet
Title to the above described prop
has been filed against you In this
Cause, i'iiI yon are required to file an
answer to said Complilnt With the
plaintiff's attorney, MAX R SILVER.
S3 SeyboM Building. Miami. Florida.
and file the original answer in the of-
fl.....f the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida, on or before
Jntv It, ISCS, otherwise said complaint
Will be taken as confessed bv you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of June, ih'.h
I' B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Curt
By M. C. GREEN,
circuit Court Deputy clerk
MAX R KILVER
Plaintiffs
6'2 7,6-13-."
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Zim Lines' "Shomron" docked at Miami Pier
No. 1 the other week, with Capt. Malhi Efrath as
chief engineer. .
Carrying a cargo of cement, Capt. Efrath had
much to think about. But this didn't prevent him
from taking time out to host a dinner in his
quarters in honor of his boyhood friend Mere,
l Rose. .
One of the very proud visitors to the "Shomron" was Mrs.
>ld Shapiro, an Israel sabra, who also attended the dinner with
Beach councilman husband. .
In addition, dinner guests included the Stuart Winstons, Joseph
irels and Louis Fines.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall, 151 SW 53rd ct., left Monday
Havana. .
Erwin's a teacher at the new West Laboratory School of the
Iversity of Miami.
Last Januarywhen it was cool, that isNatasha Fainman
a scholarship for her essay on education at the Lear School.
f's the daughter of Pine Tree dr.'s Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fain-
After completing her first semester^ at UM with a straight A
rage, Martin gave Natasha a trip as a gift. .
So. she is presently visiting her sister in Touston, Tex., Olga,
has been serving as a dietetic interne at the VA hospital
re. Natasha will return in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Syd StanUy will leave their NE 81st st. home for
ope July 17. .
Things are pretty quiet for them now, what with Dennis,
jglat, Joan, Nancy and Knneth off at camp in North Carolina.. .
First stopover on the continent will, of course, be Vienna to
it Lottie's father, Max Delfiner, internationally renowned phil-
thropist, whose home before the war and the Hitler era was
own as a meeting place of all the greats in art and science. .
Then Lottie and Sydwho's band leader at the Nautilus
11 go to Salzburg to attend the famous music festival. Before
iirning in mid-August, the Stanleys will visit Italy, France and
kgland.
Hibiscus Island's Hal Peltons are off to Blowing Rock, N.C.,
beat the heat. .
And the rest will also be welcome. In addition to the fact
at he's just been named "barker of the month" by the Variety
rker, Tent 33, Hal is also recently elected president of Westview
untry club.
The Al Bermens, 1407 Collins ave., who vacationed in Nassau
week, returned in time to celebrate their silver wedding anni-
ersary Saturday at home. .
Son Jerry accompanied the Bermens on their trip.
Former Miamian Mrs. Harry Papier, who now lives in Somer-
ille, N.J., is on the Beach vacationing at the Poinciana hotel. .
While here, Sylvia is being entertained by Mrs. Gus Ginsberg,
er mother. .
Husband Harry plans to join her sometime next week. Inci-
entally, also here are her sister and brother-in-law, Pauleno and
Hurray Nathans, of Washington, D.C. Murray's art director of the
Laui'man Gallery there.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lubow, Hibiscus Island, will start a two-
veek vacation in Mexico City come July 13. .
The Lubows plan to make side trips to points of historical
Interest and will also attend concerts by the Budapest String
Juartet. .
George, an executive of Washington Federal, and Mrs. L. are
among the city's leading amateur musicians .
Speaking of Washington Federal, president Jack Gordon and
irife Barbara will be hosts at a cocktail party Saturday to em-
ployees.
Ted Landesmen, resident manager at Waldman's Crown hotel,
[ is back from a sales trip North and says he's amazed at the interest
[expressed by young people in Beach vacations during which they
fcan observe dietary laws. .
Ted, who's son-in-law of Crown owner Joseph Waldman, be-
lieves the trend is in keeping with increases in synagogues affilia-
tion being experienced across the nation.
Sue Tohrner, Rivo Alto Island, left Saturday for the July 4th
wedding in Asheville, N.C., of Frankie Wolfson and Jack Waxen-
jrg. .
From Asheville, Sue will go to New York and then Stamford,
Con)n., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolff. .
hen back to Gotham Town and a round of Broadway shows
e returning to Miami Beach July 28. An Aug. 1, Sue and
r Mrs. B. Kugelman will close their home and spend two
at the Roney. '
t '
e Max M. Messers, 7530 SW 57th ct., leave Miami July 8 for
_ of Europe and won't be back until Sept. 5. Judge and Mrs.
in Englander are in Mexico for two weeks. Traveling with
m are close friends Mr. and Mrs. AI Warren. .. Pioneer Beachite
e Weiss left Friday by plane for New York and a brief visit
h her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glass. .
Scale model of the new, half-million dollar building of Citizen's
ederal Savings- and Loan Assn., Hialeah, is now on display at
their current quarters. .
Vice president Leo Adeeb participated over the weekend in
groundbreaking ceremonies-for the structure which, Leo says, will
be completed come January.
Speaking of Citizen's Federal, president David Stuzin and
executive VP Sam Danels will be hosts Saturday at Miami Springs
Villas for a fourth anniversary luncheon for staffers.
More Goings and Comings: The Burton Goldsteins, who have
been visiting the islands around South America, are back at their
Rivo Alto Island home. Mrs. Alma Tenenbaum is in San Fran-
cisco as guest of her son and daughter-in-law. They are the
Donald Tenenbaum*. Alma will visit Los Angeles before return-
ing East for a stay in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. .
lie\wiislb-lEJIiOididlilGun
Miami. Florida, Friday, July 6, 1956
Section B
Mrs. Abraham Wasserman (center) is in-
stalled president of Miami Beach Women's
Unit of United Cerebral Palsy Assn. at a
Beacon of Light ceremony recently in
Algiers hotel. Left to right are Franklin
Saundersr executive director of USPA clinic-
Mrs. William Pite, chairman; Mrs. Wasser-
man; installing officer Burnett Roth, vice
president of Miami chapter; and actor-pro-
ducer Sam Hiisch.
Miss Joan Field to Perform Miami
Premiere of Carmen Fantasy Sunday
MISS MAN fllLO
Joan Field's performance with
the University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra at the third
Pop concert on Sunday, July^ 8,
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
will feature the Carmen Fantasy,
which will be performed for the
first time in Miami.
Written by Bizet,- the Fantasy
was arranged especially for Jascha
Heifetz by Franz Waxman.
Miss Field's appearance with the
University of Miami Symphony
marks the completion of a busy
season of violin recitals and or-
chestral appearances. Last Decem-
ber, after her annual Town Hall
recital, she played the premiere
performance of Concerto for Violin
and Orchestra, by Mana-Zucca, at
New York's Hunter College. She
gave a-second performance at the
Brooklyn Museum Great Hall,
which was broadcast.
A gratifying accolade to Miss
Field's artistry was made in the
New York Times on Mar. 11, when
Harold Schonberg, music critic of
the Times, printed an inclusive list
of the best recordings of the past
five years. His list included Miss
Field's recordings of the Charles
Ives Sonatas. She was the only
woman violinist thus honored by
this critic.
Her plans for the coming season
include appearances in New York,
Miami and in Dallas, where she
will play with the Dallas Sym-
phony. She has also been invited
by Alberto Bolet to appear in Cuba
with the newly formed Havana
Philharmonic.
Returning to the podium, Dean
John Bitter will also conduct the
orchestra in performances of "The
Merrymakers Overture," by Erik
Coates; Londonderry Air, Percy
Grainger; 17 Come Sunday,
Vaughn-Williams; On Hearing the
First Cuckoo in Spring, Frederick
Delius; Pomp and Circumstance,
Sir Edward Elgar.
Show Boat Selections, Jerome
Kern; Holiday for Strings, David
Rose; Blue Tango, Trumpter's Lul-
laby and Belle of the Ball, LeRoy
Anderson.
In addition to the Carmen Fan-
tasy, Miss Fields will also be heard
in Preludium and Allegro, by Fritz
Kreisler, and the Adagio from the
Violin Concerto in B minor, by
Charles Camille Saint-Saens.
State of Israel Bonds is topic of day at the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel T. (Carrie) Sapiro as Greater Miami chapter of Sponsors
of Israel meets. Mrs. Louis (Lee) Goldman, Mrs. Sapiro, Mrs.
Moses P. (Judith) Epstein and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers (left
to right) discuss progress of "Women for Israel Month."
Southern Style Theme
Sisterhood of Temple Zion will
hold a smorgasbord dinner at the
home of Mrs. J. Teitler, 5221 SW
52nd ter., on Saturday evening.
Theme of the dinner will be a
southern style "Come You All."
'Women for Israel Month' Reaches Dramatic Climax Here
"Women for Israel Month" in
Greater Miami reached its zenith
last week at the Algiers hotel as
more than 200 leaders and workers
of the.State of Israel Bonds cam-
paign honored Mrs. Moses P.
(Judith) Epstein.
They heard notes of encourage-
ment from the woman who, as
former national president of Ha-
dassah and honorary chairman of
the Israel Bonds women's division,
is probably more identified with
Israel than any other woman in the
United States.
Mrs. Epstein said "Col. Nasser
will not move his Egyptian legions
until he is absolutely sure of com-
plete victory over Israel. And his
people and armies still have too
many fat generals and too many
thin soldiers for that."
Mrs. Epstein said Egypt is de-
feating her own purpose by using
all of her funds, domestic and
Communist-secured, for war mobil-
ization and not for her much-
needed dams. Citing the utilization
of Israel Bond dollars over a five-
year span, she said Israel was not
making that mistake.
"Israel Bonds now are not only
a good business investment, but a
weapon that insures Israel's se-
curity," Mrs. Epstein concluded.
Her message followed a dramatic
report by Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty)
Sakrais on her recent trip to Israel.
Continued en Page 3 B


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Friday,
TOMATO SAUCE SPECIALTY
Luncheon Ring for the Day Meal,
Fish for Dinner Make Top Menus
By LEAH LEONARD
Try these delicious taste-teasers
to bring compliments galore from
your family as they gather around
the* a Me.
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/luncheon ring
.1 t-.~: Douqh
* nffti Dll-iiwrrMiHf flour
J 2 Iraspntms Unking powder
i teaspoon v;iit
H clip vegetable shortening or oil
1 tablespoon grated onion
'5 cup tomato J;ii<-- or fruit Jtll-e
Sift together flour, baking pow-
der and salt. Cut in shortening
with a wire pastry blender or use
two knives. When the mixture re-
I sembles small peas, add grated
onion, seasoning, and stir in the
. liquid used till it forms a ball of
dough. Roll out into a rectangle
12 x 16 inches and place the pre-
I pared meat filling over evenly.
Roll up and form into a ring.
Place on a greased baking pan,
snip the ring in diagonal cuts so
filling shows and turn the dough
back slightly at each cut. Brush
with diluted egg yolk or fruit juice
and bake 25 to 30 minutes at 450
F. or till golden brown. Serve plain
or with tomato sauce.
Filllno
2 dips chopped eookert be^f, l.tnib,
vc:il or chicken
3 tablespoons hot melted schmaltz
or other shortening
1 finely diced onion
', cup Finely diced green pepper
1 eBit
2 tablespoons fine bread or crncker
crumbs
Salt, pepper and paprika to taste
Have the chopped meat ready
before sauteeing diced onion and
green pepper in the hot schmaltz
till lightly browned. Turn in the
chopped meat and stir just one
minute. Let cool. Add egg, crumbs
and seasoning. Use as directed
above.
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Hadassah Protests Education Tours
Which Exclude Jews from Levant
NEW YORK A sharp protest
against the sponsorship by the
National Education Assn. of four
round-the-world tours for school
I teachers, which exclude Jewish
teachers in deference to the entry
requirements of Arab countries,
was voiced this week by the na-
tional board of Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America.
Mrs. Rebecca Shulman, national
president, speaking in behalf of
the organization's 300,000 mem-
bers throughout the country, de-
clared in a communication to the
JNaUonal Education Assn. that the
fact that the Arab states, and not
the NEA, have barred American
Jews from entry, does not "absolve
you of the moral responsibility to
| uphold the principle of equality
and religious freedom set forth in
; the American Constitution."
Noting that the NEA, as the
largest organization of teachers in
the United States, has "the addi-
tional responsibility of maintaining
high moral standards for the mil-
lions of children who look to you
for guidance and direction," Mrs.
Shulman stated:
"As mothers of children attend-
ing schools in which your members
teach, we protest, with all the
vigor at our command, your ac-
quiescence to a discriminatory
policy which tends to divide Am-
erican citizens into separate groups
and which encourages the forces of
bigotry and intolerance.
"On the other hand, you now
have a wonderful opportunity to
strike a great blow for democracy
by advising these Arab countries,
as well as all others who make in-
tolerance the basis of national pol-
icy, that American citizens stand
united in refusing to visit coun-
tries which seek to create disunity
in our own ranks."
fillets in a rich tomato sauce.
Tastes equally good hot from the
oven as well as refrigerated for a
later meal. Think what a time
saver it is, too, when you're in a
meeting with your mid-vear report.
OVEN BAKED FISH IN
TOMATO SAUCE
2 pounds fish fillets (halibut,
flounder, laimon, etc.)
:'. tablespoons vegetable shortening
or oil
Vi cup fine bread or cracker crumbs
lor .Matzo Meal for Passover)
2 eRgs, well beaten
H teaspoon salt
A dash of white pepper
DiiHtlnsr of paprika
Dust fish fillets with salt, wrap
in aluminum foil and refrigerate
one hour or till 45 minutes before
baking time. Rinse in cold water
and cut into inch-wide fingers or
serving portions. Pat dry with
paper towels. Spread vegetable
shortening in bottom of baking
dish. Heat oven to 350 F. while
proceeding as follows: Roll each
piece of fish in crumbs then in
beaten eggs that have been sea-
soned with salt and pepper. Ar-
range an inch apart in baking dish
and sprinkle with paprika. Bake 30
minutes for thin cuts of fish or 45
minutes for the thicker pieces.
Fish sections should be nicely
browned and dry at edges. Make
sauce as follows:
TOMATO SAUCE
l onion, diced fine
3 tablespoons vegetable shortening
or oil
3 tab!, spoons flom- (or MatBo Meal
for Passover)
1 cup thick tomato puree (fresh
cooked or canned paste, diluted)
Vi cup lemon Juice
M cup brown sugar
A dash of pepper or paprika
Cook diced onions in hot short-
ening or oil in a frying pan till
yellow. Stir in flour (or Matzo
Meal) and cook one minute before
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r elder, will be the program for the
regular meeting of the Naomi
group of Hadassah.
Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, newly
elected president, will preside at
the meeting on Monday evening,
July 9, at the Colony restaurant.
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GHamor group at Jewish Home for the Acred
is shown at weekly Wednesday session
picking up charm and personality hints
from (center) Maria Marcy, Miami Beach
beauty specialist. With Miss Marcy is (left)
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who helped
launch the course. Sponsoring the inter-
esting lessons is the Miami Section, Na-
.
tional Council of Jewish Women. Other
enthusiasts are members of the Auxiliary
of the Jewish Home for the Aged, and
Home officials. In center chair receivina a
contour makeup is popular resident Mrs.
Anna Washburn, editor of the Douglas Gar-
dens News.
'Women for Israel Month' Reaches Dramatic Climax Here
Continued from Page 1 B
Irs. Sakrais reported Israel on the
narch from "north to south, east
jto west, with bond rollars, private
papital from abroad and her own
development budget."
She called on all members of
Jewish women's organizations to
riore fully support the bond pro-
gram, which she labeled "the only
are way to insure Israel's inde-
endence."
Mrs. Louis (Lee) Goldman, chair-
nan of "Women for Israel Month,"
nd Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
chairman of the women's division
for Israel Bonds, presided at Tues-
y's "You Are There" meeting.
i Mrs. Louis Glasser, member of
'the national executive committee
of the women's division, gave the
invocation.
Mrs. Sam Rost, president of the
local-chapter of Sponsors of Israel,
reported that at a tea Monday at
the home of Mrs. Samuel T. (Car-
rie) Sapiro, 12 new Sponsors had
joined by buying $1,000 Israel
Bonds.
Additional sales at the meeting
sent the month's total produced by
the women's division well past the
$25,000 mark, according to Jacob
Sher, chairman of the Greater Mia-
mi Committee.
Mrs. Goldman praised Mrs. Anna
,Wolf Hirschman and Mrs. H. C.
Moser, bond chairmen for the
Beach and Miami chapters of
Hadassan, for their efforts. She
also noted the cooperation of all
Pioneer Women and Mizrachi units.
Luther Adler and Sam Jaffe
gave an inspired dramatic reading
of "Am, Israel, Chai." The stage
stars appeared through the co-
operation of the Roosevelt Theatre.
The Hebrew Academy Boys'
Choir rounded out the program
with a selection of Israeli and
American numbers.
Osceola Lake Inn Haven to Beat Heat
Osceola Lake Inn is now open
for the summer season and is at-
' tracting many Miarnians to the
j cool, comfortable climate of the
Blue Ridge Mountains at Hender-
[onville, N.C.
Osceola Lake Inn is 2,500 feet
| above sea level. Joe Rubin, owner-
I manager, said that the summer va-
cation resort has a beautiful dance
end recreational hall. "A separate
building for dancing, entertain-
[ ment and snack bar is also availa-
for guests."
Recreational activities, in addi-
[ tion, include fishing and boating
in Osceola Lake, a private swim-
ming pool and separate children's
wading pool and children's play-
ground with swings, slides, see-
saw and sand pit games.
For the grownups, Rubin reveal-
ed, there are a screened-in card
I room, house cars for transporta-
tion problems, orchestra, golf, ten-
|nis, handball, ping pong, shuffle
board, horseback riding, horse
shoe pitching and television.
"Osceola Lake Inn's dining room
features the finest Jewish-Ameri-
can cuisine under* the supervision
of trained chefs," Rubin said.
Platz Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the late
DAVID PUTZ
formerly of
5973 S.W. 42nd Terrace
Miami
will ta\e place
Sunday. July 8th
"2 p.m., at
Star of David Memorial
Park
Mr. Platz is survived by his
wife, Lillian, and two daughters,
Mrs. Estelle Schauer and Faye
Leila, all of Miami. Services will
be conducted by Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz. Star of David Me-
morial Park is in charge of ar-
rangements. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
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Friday. July 6, 1950
Beth El Academy Opens Registration
Luncheon musicle at home of piano and
accordion teacher Mrs. Harold Robia. 2250
SW 28th St.. includes front row (left to right)
Mrs. M. Meehan. Mrs. J. Harris, Sheila
Meehan, Roy Bram. Gloria Rober, Judy
Harris, Rita Grossberg, Vicki Stemerman,
Sybil Sernaker and Niklci Nedbor. Second
row are Mrs. Robin, Mrs. Paul Barnett, Su-
zanne Barnett, Mrs. I. Cohen, Susan Cohen,
Mrs. Ben Grossberg, Mrs. David Sernaker,
Joyce Gold, Mrs. Jacques Rober, Jr., Susan
Freedman, Mrs. S. Freedman, Susan Ned-
bor, Dena Goldstein,'Mrs. S. Goldstein and
Carol Goldstein.
J^ar <->^VI itz van
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jedel and Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Dee, of Fort
Lauderdale, Fla.
Marc Klinger, of 2601 SW 3rd
st., is an eighth grade student at
Shenandbah Junior High and has
been studying Hebrew at Beth Da-
vid for five years. An active base-
ball player with Boys Club of Mi-
Beth El Hebrew Academy this
week announced that it is now ac-
cepting students for the school
year 1956-57.
"The spirited growth of the
Academy, Miami's only fully ac-
new students may be registered
only for kindergarten, first and
second grades.
Located at 500 SW 17th avc,
Beth El Hebrew Academy will in-
terview prospective registrants
credited Hebrew all-day school, I daily. Advisor to the English De-
has been beyond all expectations,"
Dr. Shmaryahu Swirsky, principal,
said Wednesday in announcing the
opening of registration.
"The classical blending of Torah--
Judaism and the noblest ideals of
Americanism has won the acclaim
of all parents."
Beth El Academy will expand
its program during the coming ses-
sion and will include instruction
from kindergarten through fifth
grade. According to Dr. Swirsky,
ami, he has won trophies in the
Little League.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klinger, of
Sterling, N.Y.
Mark Buchbinder, of 2264 SW
23rd tor., is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High.
Important among his guests will
be his grandparents, Mrs. Rebecca
[Crystal and Mr. and Mrs. Max
'Buchbinder, of Brooklyn, N.Y.
partment of the Academy is Miss
Eloise Hatfield, principal of Shen-
andoah Elementary School.
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UN Charter lo bo Aired
At Assn. hUet Thursday
Next meeting of the. Study Group
of the Greater Miami Assn. for
the United Nations will take place
Thursday evening, July 12, at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th
st., Miami Beach.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director
of the Forum, v/ill discuss "The
UN Charter and the Manifold Ac-
tivities of the United Nations."
Mrs. Anna Weiss will preside.
Rabbi Herson Appointed **
Rabbi Abraham Herson, of Tif-
ereth Israel Northside Center, has
been appointed chairman of the
synagogue affiliation program of
Greater Miami. The campaign will
be launched in the near future by
the Rabbinical Assn.
MICHAH KUVIN
MARC KUNGtK
Ceremony at Beth David on Saturday
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert A. Kuvin. 520 Harbor dr.,
Key Biscayne, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Sabbath morning
services in a triple Bar Mitzvah
ceremony with Mark, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julian Buchbinder, and
Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Klinger, at Beth David Congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of-
ficiate, with Cantor William Lipson
rendering the musical portion of
the liturgy.
The three families will be hosts
at Kiddush Saturday morning.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Ada Merritt Junior High
and has been a student at Beth
David religious school for the past
three years. He is active in base-
ball, swimming and basketball. He
is a member of the Honor Council
of Camp Pine wood", N.C.
Among out-of-town visitors will
be Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kuvin,
Mrs. J. Stein, Miss Sylvia Graud
a*d Miss S. Jedel. of Newark, N.J.,
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MRS. BERNARD MANDELL
MRS. DAVID NEWMAN
MRS. SAMUEL ROTH
Joan Bernstein Changes Na me to Mrs. Samuel Roth
"liss Janet Bernstein, Miss Susan
Bernstein and Miss Bonnie Bern
Stein, Miami Beach, served as
bridesmaids for their cousin, Lou-
j.-e Phyllis Silberstein, when she
exchanged vows with Lt. Samuel
^erna-d Roth Sunday. July 1, in Johnstown, Pa., and the erand-
he William Penn hotel. Pittsburgh.(daughter of Mrs. Nathan Glosser
Pa. Rabbi H. Goren Perelmuter
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer M. Silberstein,
Rabbi's Study Site Of Newman Vows
Pabbi Jacob Kaplan's study wu
the scene of marriage Sunday.
June 24, 5:30 p.m., of Florence
EKie Lovinger, daughter of Mrs.
Dona Lovinger. 2121 SW 6th st..
fea-
Her lavishly designed skirt
tured gores, slightly shirred,
ing a glamorous effect.
A matching pink profile type
halo hat of nylon tulle and braid
and the late Mr. Glosser, Miami
Beach. Her husband's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roth, Pitts-
burgh.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a princess gown of
antique ivory peau de soie design-
ed with a modified neckline which
embellished by appliques of
and the late Eugene Lovinger, and : was outlined in tiny seed pearls
David Newman, son of Mr, and,and featured a circular veil. She
Mrs. Manuel Newman. Albertville, carried a pink rosebud nosegay
Ala, and Miami. .featuring a white orchid corsage.
The bride was given in marriage Dinner for the family followed
by Arthur Neuer, brother-in-law of at the Algiers hotel, after which
giv iwas embellished by appliques
rosepoint lace and seed pearls. The
same lace and seed pearl motifs
were repeated in appliques on the
skirt and the two panels of the
court train.
H. M. Drewich is recuperating from surgery at Doctors hospital in
Coral Gables. He's past president of Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation, Beth El and Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Assn., of which
he was a founder. .
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss have reopened their popular Royal Hun-
garian kosher restaurant, 731 Washington ave., for the 12th consecu-
tive season. The dining spot will remain open through the High
Holidays, and Phil reveals that summer prices are now in effect. .
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glatt, 911 Dickens ave., celebrated their 31st
I wedding anniversary by taking 25 friends to dinner at Plantation
Inn. The group concluded the Glatt party with a late appearance at
, the Eden Roc. Ivan Kivitt, dramatic academy student and winner of
, the Pied Piper Radio Playhouse best supporting actor award, expects
' to compete in a national drama contest in Muskogee, Okla., this
month. '.
Ivan will present a scene from Charles Dickens' "Madman" in
competition with 47 other high school winners. .
The David Shodroffs have brought their son home from ML Sinai
1 hospital. Rev. Abraham Seif officiated at the Bris for Stephen Lm
last Friday. .
Godfather at the occasion was Ramona's brother, Jerome) Herman,
| and his aunt, Mrs. Alex ShedroH, was godmother. .________
Francine Becomes
Mrs. Ellis Kruse
Francine Joy Lieberman wore a
pink dress with matching coat and
carried white flowers on a white
prayerbook when she became the
bride Saturday of Ellis Alan Kruse.
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan performed
the 7:15 p.m. ceremony in his
home, 1368 Normandy dr.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Lieberman, 771 81st st,
was given in marriage by her fath-
er. The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. S. Kruse, 735 83rd st.
Marshall Kruse was his brother's
best man. Wedding dinner follow-
ed at Chary's.
The couple will live in Orlando.
T
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the bride. Best man was Leon New-
man, brother of the groom, from
Albertville. Matron of honor was
Mrs; Arthur Neuer.
The bride selected a ballerina-'
length gown in pale pink lustrous '
poau d'ange and precious imported
chantilly lace fashioned with a:
cujied scoop neckline. The ap-j
the couple left for their honey-
moon in the Catskills and New
York City. They will make their
home in Albertville, Ala.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, has sung pro-
fessionally and studied voice at the
University of Miami and Conserva-
tory of Music.
The groom is a graduate of the
pliqued overlay of chantilly lace J University of Miami. At present,
added rich elegance to the bodice.' he is in business in Albertville.
One 'L' Makes Her Mrs. Mandell
In a double rina candlelight
ceremony on Sunday, June 24. ;.t
the Lincoln Manor, Miss Ruth
Cnice Mandel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Sam R. Mandel. 11(11 Mar-
seilles dr., became the bride of
P.'inard Mandell. son of Mr. and
The bride selected a white cot-
ton lace street-length gown, with
long torso sweetheart neckline and
cap sleeves. Her fingertip French
illusion veil was attached to a
crown of seed pearls and sequins.
For something old, the bride
Her fingertip veil of imported il-
lusion fell from a headband of lace
embroidered pearls.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Louis
Meyers, the bride's sister, of Pitts-
burgh. In addition to her Miami
Beach cousins, bridesmaids were
Miss Louise Bregman. Johnstown;
Mrs. Leonard Rudolph and Mrs.
Jesse Cohen, twin cousins, of Pitts-
; burgh.
Best man for his son was the
groom's father. Ushers, all from
i Pittsburgh, included Norman Roth
and Charles Roth, his brothers;
Dr. Louis Meyers, brother-in-law;
Jeffrey Glosser, cousin of the
bride; Earl Latterman, Howard
Dezen, Edwin Langue and Bruce ]
Goldberg, friends of the groom.
The bride studied at Temple Uni-1
versity and Penn State. Her hus-j
band holds an AB degree from the
University of Wisconsin and an
LLB degree from the University
of Pittsburgh.
Following a wedding trip to San
Juan, P.R., the couple will return
MRS. GERALD FRANKEL
MRS. ELLIS MUSE
Mexico Holiday
For FyankeJs
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oberman,
Long Beach, N.Y., and 1710 Cleve-
land rd., Miami Beach, announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Sondra, to Gerald Frankel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Frankel, 22
Auerback Lane, Lawrence, L.I.,
N.Y.
The marriage took place recent-
ly at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frankel with members of the im-
mediate family in attendance.
The newlyweds will honeymoon
in Mexico and California and re-
side at 2 Fifth ave. upon their re-
turn.
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Mrs. Morris L. Mandell. Hollywood, wore a diamond lavalier which had
ill' v^h cLayr Abrom,nvitz- of ^cn in her family for three gen-!to Charleston, S.C., where Lt. Roth
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Sandra Ell Becomes Mrs. Dalkin;
Chooses Rosepoint Chantilly Lace
Werner-Kami
MKS. MUWtM BERNSTEIN
MIS. JOEl DALKIN
!oultons Reveal Babs' Betrothal
Jabs N. Coulton and Herman
Idstein will be married as soon
[he graduates from the Univer-
of Miami. That means some-
time next year.
fhe couple's engagement was an-
inced here at a recent recep-
in Coral Gables women's club
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Coulton, 3299 SW
7th st.
Babs' groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Ida Goldstein, 2136 SW 5th
St., and the late Mr. Goldstein.
She graduated from Miami Sen-
ior High School and attended the
University of Miami.
Her fiance is now a senior at
UM, majoring in business admin-
istration.
December Date
For Toby Lurie
Toby Lurie and Donald Fried-
man will be married sometime in
December. Their engagement was
announced here June 22 by the
bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney H. Lurie, 1205 Country Club
Prado.
The groom-elect's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, 2620
SW 24th st.
The couple are high school
sweethearts, both having attended
Miami Senior High. Toby was a
member of Quill and Scroll and
president of Tri Beta Council. At
the University of Florida, she be-
Mrs. Joel M. Dalkin, the former
Sandra Ell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon J. Ell, 16 Island ave.,
Belle Isle, Miami Beach, and Joel
M. Dalkin, son of Mr. and MVs.
Albert Dalkin, of the Park Lane
hotel, Chicago, III., were married
Saturday evening, June 30, at the
Fontainebleau hotel. Rabbi Leon
Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kele-
Landau, Bernstein
Exchange Vows
Barbara Mae Landau and Mer-
wyn Edward Bernstein exchanged
vows in a noon ceremony Sunday,
June 24, at the Algiers hotel. Rab-
bi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of the
Samuel Landaus, 810 Swan ave.,
Miami Springs. Her husband's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bern-
stein, Syracuse, N.Y.
Matron of honor was the bride's
cousin, Mrs. Charles Alenier. Mrs.
Stuart Cohen, the groom's sister,
was bridesmaid. Gerald Spector
acted as best man, and ushers were
Dr. Charles Alenier and Stuart
Cohen.
The bride chose a ballerina-
length gown of lace and tulle. Her
headpiece was chantilly lace pla-
teau with elbow-length veil. She
wore pearls, a gift of the groom,
and carried white orchids on a
white Bible.
The .bride attended Miami High
School and the University of Mi-
ami. Her husband went to Syra-
cuse University and is an Army
veteran.
Following a reception and lunch-
eon at the Algiers, the couple left
for a Nassau honeymoon. They
will be at home at 230 Grant blvd.,
Syracuse.
mer, of Temple Beth Sholom, offi-
ciated.
The bridal gown was of white
imported rosepoint chantilly lace
with self train molded bodice and
Queen Elizabeth collar. The four-
tiered French illusion veil was
held to the crown of seed pearls
and sequins on lace matching
gown.
Miss Nancy Rothman, childhood
friend of the bride, was maid of
honor, wearing a pink chiffon
waltz-length gown. Bridesmaids,
Vassar classmates of the bride,
were Nancy Rubin, of Bayonne,
N.J.; Marjorie Ellenbogen, New
York City; and Doris Packtor, New
Haven, Conn.
Deanne Schwartz was flower
girl for her cousin and chose a pink
dress and floral headpiece. Carolyn
Broren, Miami, kept the guest
book.
Best man was Marshall Siegel, of
Chicago. Ushers were Richard
Rosenthal, Chicago, Norman Lib-
man, Chicago, and David Chase,
Okla.
The groom is the grandson of
Mrs. Adolph Goldberg, Surfside,
'Fla. He attended Newtrier High
School and received his Bachelor's
came affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority and Hillel.
Donald was affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity at the U of
F and is now in the Air Force,
serving in the security service ov-
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to Theodore Palant, son of Mr. and
I Mrs. George Palant, 2030 NW 8th
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The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Palant attended Florida
State University in Tallahassee,
where he belonged to Sigma Xi,
and William and Mary College in
Williamsburg, Va. He spent two
and a half years in the Navy.
The couple are planning to be
married in Miami Beach next fall.
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degree cum laude from Michigan
State University school of hotel ad-
ministration. He is now serving in
the United States Navy at Patuxent
River, Maryland.
The bride attended Vassar Col-
lege in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., for
three years and is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a member of National
Honor Society, National Thespians
and Beta club.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will return to the Naval
base and reside at Lexington Park,
Md.
Among out-of-town guests at the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Blankstein, Glencoe, 111.; Mr. and,
Mrs. Theodore Dalkin, Los Ange-
les, Cal.: Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ha us-
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Friday. July 6. 1956
Lipton Says Increase in Dividends
Indicates Strength of U.S. Economy
Joseph M. Lipton, Florida direc-' "Some 54,000 thrifty members in
tor of the United States Savings; Dade Federal earned about a mil-
and Loan League and president of | lion two hundred thousands dol-
Dade Federal Savings and Loan: lars on their savings accounts for
Assn. of Miami, reported Wednes-the first six months of the year,"
day that the increase in earning; Lipton said. The savings institu-
rate on savings at Dade Federal tions throughout the county paid
and other savings and loan asso- out over six million dollars iirdivi-
ciations in Dade county was receiv- dends to some 200,000 savings ac-
ed with overwhelming enthusiasm, count holders.
The general public received the, Lipton said that "it pleased us
announcement that earning rate on here at Dade Federal to announce
savings accounts would be increas- this increaase. It should be noted
ed from 3 percent to 3tt percent that dividends on savings have
per annum effective July 1, 1956. been increasing Steadily since
Earnings for the first* six months j World War II arid adds greater in-
of the years was at rate of 3 per-. centive for people to save part of
what they earn.
"It is the billions of dollars of
accumulated savings in the finan-
cial institutions of America that
makes this nation the strongest in
the world. It is also this accumu-
lated savings that has been so in-
strumental in keeping the home
Shirtsleeve discussion on banquet results of Civic League's
installation July 1 gets smiles of approval from chairman
Harry B. Smith (seated, left) next to Carl Gardner. Allen Gold-
berg (standing (center) becomes president of the League,
whin Henry Cove (left) assumes second vice presidency, and
Dr. Leonard Finn (right) becomes board chairman. Smith took
effice as vice president at the Seville function.
MR. AND MRS. GERUER
Gertlers to Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gertler
will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on July 8 with a golden
wedding dinner at the Algiers ho-
tel.
The Gertlers, who now reside at
930 NE 92nd si., migrated to Amer-
ica from Poland in 1910 and set-
tled in Mount Vernon, N.Y. In
1943, he retired from the jewelry
and real estate businesses to live
in Miami.
Some three dozen friends and
relatives are expected to attend
including their son, Joseph, of Up-
per Montclair, N.J., along with his
wife and their grandchildren, 17-
year-old John and Susan Jane, a
student at the University of Miami.
cent per annum.
Renowned Basso
To Teach Voice
World-renowned operatic basso
and voice teacher, Julius Gutmann,
has recently made Miami his per- building program alive and making
manent home and is living at 152 ihe American people the best hous-
SW 13th st.
Having sung in the great opera'
houses of Europe, South America
and New York under the baton of
such eminent conductors as Sir
ed people in the world today.
Lipton added that "it should be
noted that the savings and loan
business numbering some 6,000 in-
stitutions throughout the country
ing."
Thomas Beecham, Richard Strauss \ with total resources of 40 billion
and George Szell, Gutmann comes dollars, finances more than 37 per-
to Miami with many years of Prac-|cent f home bui,di and b
tical experience both from a vocal
and repertoire standpoint.
Gutmann has also appeared in
opera with such distinguished sing-
ers as Lehman, Gigli, Schipa, Mel-
chior and Tauber.
Gutmann is the son of world
famous Cantor Baruch Gutmann,
of Prague. He will open a studio
here soon, teaching voice culture
to beginners, as well as to advanc-
ed and professional singers.
A VtW CABANAS STILL AVAILABLE
for the remainder of Summer Season
or Monthly Rental Rates. Calf
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EDMONSON'S TRANSFER
MOVING and HAULING. Padded Van
Vocational Service Gets Accreditation
I I. Nathan B. Rood, chairman
of ihe Jewish Vocational Sen-ice,
Wednesday announced that nation-
al recognition has been extended
to this organization.
Jewish Vocational Service, a de-
partment of Jewish Family Service
and supported hy the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, has receiv-
ed professional acceditation from
the American Personnel and Guid-
ance Assn.
Jt becomes the second local
group to be so recognized, the Uni-
versity of Miami Guidance Center
already having been accredited in
the past. "The American Person-
nel and Guidance Assn. is a na-
tional professional organization of
vocational counselors and person-
nel workers." Rood explained. It
In certifies vocational guidance
aaercies that meet their high pro-
feoiont] standards.
Ihe Jewish Vocational Service
program was studied in behalf of
APGA by two of its members, Dr
Meredith W. Darlington, chief
counseling psychologist of Veter-
an's Administration, and Dr. David
B. W. Simmons, coordinator of di-
versified cooperative training,
Northwaatem Cooperative High
School.
"Beginning in June 1955. the
Jewish Vocational Service turned
part of its attention to career guid-
ance, particularly helping voung
people in their teens to plan their
occupational futures," Rood ex-
plained. Dr. Herbert Sanderson,
director of the program, has been
conducting this new development
personally. He is nationally known
as the author of "Basic Concepts
in Vocational Guidance."
"Careful individual guidance,"
he has said, "requires understand-
ing of the individual concerned. It
involves a combination of counsel-
ing interviews, psychological test-
ing, and knowledge of occupational
opportunities."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlne to engiigp in
rw',',"'>s,s;.!""l,'r ""* "ctltlous name of
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i ounty, Florida,
WILLIAM I i:\iv
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KE88LEP, a CARS
Attorneys for Applicants
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
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with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MYRON B. BUSMAN
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xepts Temple
m-EI Bid
Samuel Friedland, president of
iple Emanu-El, Miami Beach,
ednesday announced that Israel
^ich, of Los Angeles, Cal., has a'c-
pted his unanimous appointment
the board of directors to fill the
rrent vacancy of cantor at the
iple.
"antor Reich, who was born in
(idgeport, Conn., was well known
a child prodigy cantor. Under
name of "Yisrael'ke," he trav-
td and conducted services in
any parts of the country.
[For the past thirteen years, Can-
Reich has lived with his family
the West Coast, serving congre-
tions Beth Sholom in San Fran-
co and Beth Israel in Los An-
gles, and conducting a sobool for
tors where he trained young
en in synagogue music.
[Cantor Reich, who has been
Idely acclaimed for his beautiful
pice and musicianship, is a pro-
of Prof. H. W. Binder, studied
jsic with Bruno Eisner, Max
rlfman and Paul Desau and has
en continuing his musical stud-
in recent years at the Universi-
of Southern California.
Cantor Reich is 36 years old,
krried aand the father of three
lildren. He will begin his duties
[Temple Emanu-El Aug. 1.
Paqe 9B
CANTOR ISRAEL REICH
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MEMORIALS Of ENDURING BEAUTY
H. Abrams, Genera/ Manager
DADE MONUMENTS INC.
3241 S.W. 8th St. Miami
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* Scher Reelected Beth David Head
HERBERT SCHER
Herbert S. Scher was last week
reelected to serve as president of
Beth David Congregation.
Elected to serve as vice presi-
dents were Harry August, Sidney
Aronovitz, Max Jacobson, Sidney
Lefcourt and S. J. Spector.
Other officers are Jacob Sher,
treasurer; Harry Simons, assistant
treasurer; Bert Sher, financial sec-
retary; Robert Purisch, recording
secretary.
Board of directors of the syna-
gogue has been increased to 60
members. Elected to serve are
Phil Abrams, Nathan Alexander,
Oscar Argmtar, Sam Badanes, Isi-
dor Bakst, Benjamin Beck, Max
Bergman, Harold Berney, Hendrick
J. Berns, Harry Cranman, Maurice
Daum, Judge Albert Dubbin, Paul
Faske, Moe Feingold, John Feller,
Herbert Frame, Leonard Gordon,
Max Handshu, Louis Heiman, Har-
vey Herman, Isidore Herskowitz,
Maurice Hyman, Henry Kamen,
Abe Kaplan, Leon Kaplan, Sidney
Kaplan, Dr. Morris Kleiman, Sam
Leffel.
Dr. Louis Lemberg, Seymour
Liebman, Stanley C. Myers, Sam
Ostrowsky, Harold Pont, Sidney
Pbzen, Al Quadow, Morris Rabino-
witz, Frank A. Rose, Henry Rosen-
garten, Louis Rosenson, Edward
Safer, Fred Sandier, Dr. Jack Seit-
lin, Daniel Serott, Gus Shaw, Na-
than Siden, Joseph Siegel.
Max Silver, Emanuel Smith, Jul-
ius Spector, Dr. Julius Sperling,
Nathan Spiegelman, Charles Z.
Spingam, Bernard A. Sterling. Jer-
ome Stern, Max Swartz, Jack Top-
pell, Sam Traurig, Aaron Weinkle,
Julian Weinkle, William Wein-
traub.
In assuming the presidency- for
the third time, Scher, first elected
in June, 1954, said that "the .task
of leading a synagogue such as
Beth David is not a one-man job.
It requires the combined efforts of
the leadership as well as the mem-
bership to bring to fruition the
hopes and aspirations of all of us."
BIRTHS
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
David Bade June 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Glick June 6.
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The ground breaking ceremonies >
Expanding with an Expanding
Hialeah-Miami Springs Area I
July 5,1952: Citizens Federal opens its doors. Assets $250,000.
July 5,1956: Assets in excess of $10,000,000.
Citizens Federal's faith in the sound and impressive growth and
future of Hialeah-Miami Springs and neighboring communities is
reflected in its plans for its New Home which will be completed by
the end of this year, it will be a magnificent architectural addition
to the area and an outstanding demonstration of its constantly in-
creasing importance in the economic development of Greater Miami.
The Officers and Directors extend their thanks to the many
thousands of customers whose loyalty has contributed to the pro-
gressive growth and present stature of Citizens Federal as a
Savings Institution of Strength and Service.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF JUNE 30, 1956
LIABILITIES
Savings Accounts............. $8,680,197.52
Advances from Federal Home
Loan Bank................ 750,000.00
Loans in Process.............. 377,073.59
Other Liabilities.............. 91,005.63
General Reserves and Surplus... 355,079.73
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Banks..... $2,052,334.68
First Mortgage Loans........
Loans on Savings Accounts.....
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock .
Furniture, Fixtures and Equip-
ment (less depreciation).....
Deferred Charges and
Other Assets.............
7,772,512.82
243,493.91
112,500.00
29,425.04
43,090.02
TOTAL.
$10,253,356.47
TOTAL.........$10,253,356.47
Open or add to your
account before July
10th and earn a full
six months' dividend
at the generous rate of
v*%
per year.
OFFICERS
David Stuzin, President
S. F. Danols. Executive Vice-Presidejit & Treasurer
Leo J. Adeeb, First Vice-President & Secretary
Harry C. Geiger, Assistant Treasurer & Chief
Savings Officer
Robert I. Boyer, Assistant Secretary' & Chief
Loan Officer
Albert B. Head, Assistant Secretary & Attorney
DIRECTORS
Leo J. Adeeb
J. W. Barfield
C. C. Coeiwparger
S. F. Danols
Charles Hertzoff
David Stuzin
OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 8 PM
SATURDAYS 'TIL NOON
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Citizens Federal Grows With Hialeah;
Ground is Broken for New Quarters
David Stuzin, president of Citi-
zens Federal Savings of Hialeah,
in releasing the midyear statement
of condition, stressed Wednesday
that the Association "has reached
new highs in total savings accounts
and in assets" and that "its faith
in the sound and impressive growth
and future of Hialeah-Miami
Springs and neighboring commu-
nities is reflected in the plans for
a new building which had its
groundbreaking last Saturday."
"Our new and permanent home
at the corner of Flamingo Way
and Hialeah dr.," he declared," will
be a magnificent architectural ad-
dition to the are and an outstand-
ing demonstration of its constantly
increasing importance in the eco-
nomic development of Greater Mi-
ami."
Citing figures that the institu-
tion is linked directly with the
expansion and progress of the ter-
ritory, Stuzin said that 80 percent
of the mortgage loans are made
within the area.
Stuzin also announced that com-
mencing July 1, semi-annual divi-
dends would be increased to 3Vb
percent per annum, and that J. W.
Realty Specialists
Purchase Plane
For Added Service
The Acreage Department of Ana-
conda Realty Co., supervised by
Eddie Wattling. Jr., announced the
recent purchase of a Cessna 180.
Wattling, one of the foremost
acreage specialists in the South
Florida area, stated the four-seater
plane, equipped with radio facili-
ties, "will be of immeasurable serv-
ice to prospective clients."
Heretofore, prospective purchas-
ers could only rely on plats, maps
and a limited coverage of the
property in which they were inter-
ested. He further stated, with the
inception of aerial transportation
facilities, clients would derive a
better perspective and more in-
formed knowledge of the land in-
volved.
Anaconda Realty Co., one of the
largest realty firms in Ft. Lauder-
dale, "constantly strives to main-
tain the latest innovations in mod-
ern realty practices. The Cessna
is one of the many conveniences
offered to its clientele," Wattling
said.
December Opening is Planned
for tSUtSSB Altec Motel
A December opening is planed,
for the $4,000,000 Aztec motel,
newest of the oceanfront resorts
in the Sunny Isles section of Mi-
ami Beach. The 130-room vaca-
tion center is being constructed on
the last major portion of ocean-
front in "Motel Row" at 159th st.
and Collins ave.
The Aztec was designed by Mia-
mi Beach architect Mel Grossmaan.
Barfield and C. C. Coensparger
have been elected as additional
members of the board of directors,
explaining that the expanded serv-
ices and mounting volume of busi-
ness required increased director-
ships. This brings the board's per-
sonnel to six, the others being Leo
J. Adeeb, S. F. Danels, Charles
Hertzoff and Stuzin.
The new building, situated on a
200 ft. by 270 ft. corner lot, will
consist of two stories and a mez-
zanine and will contain many un-
usual architectural features in ex-
terior design and interior plan-
ning. The outside will be faced
with limestone and accentuated
with a black granite base. An
elaborate entrance lobby will lead
to the main public lobby contain-
ing executive area, tellers' space,
private offices and vault.
Highlight of the new building's
interior will be the cantilevered
staircaase spiraling up from the
entrance lobby. The staircase will
be completely visible from the out-
side through tall banks of win-
dows rising the heighth of the
building. A distinctive "landmark"
feature will be a carillon tower
faced by three clocks that will be
visible from all approaches.
The tower will house the ele-
vator and elevator penthouse and
the top will contain electronic de-
vices for broadcasting music on
special occasions and carillon
chimes to sound the quarter-hour
throughout the day. The building
was designed by the Chicago Bank
Equipment Company, specialists in
bank architecture. Dean Parmelee
is manager of the Miami office
and supervised much of the design-
ing. Construction contract has
been awarded to Taylor Construc-
tion C, and occupancy is expected
by the end of the year.
Citizens Federal first opened its
FT. MYERS AREA
APPROXIMATELY 1,000 ACRES
long Waterfront
Ideol Canal Home Development
$300,000, 29% down, balance 10
yean at 5%.
Your Broker or
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1523 Fowler St. ED 4-9071
____ Fort Myers
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360' ON MIAMI RIVER by 308' deep.
Surrounded by ornamental masonry
walls. Planned by wealthy yacht own-
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intervened. Located just East of N.W.
17th Ave. Bridge on N.W. So. River
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REALTORS
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Left to right are David Stuzin, president. Citizens Federal;
Andrew B. Plassey, councilman. Town of Miami Springs;
James H. Goodlet, city clerk, City of Hialeah.
doors on July 5, 1952, with assets
of $250,000. This week will mark
its fourth anniversary, with almost
8,000 savings accounts totalling
nearly $9,000,000 and resources in
excess of $10,000,000. In the past
year the Association has shown a
net inccease of 2,000 savings ac-
counts, Stuzin said. Net savings in
UNO WANTED
HAVE QUALIFIED BUYERS FOR URGE
ACREAGE TRACTS ANYWHERE
IN FLORIDA
George H. Schulte, Editors
"flerida Heal [Hate Since 1925"
906 S. Miami Ave., FR 3-1817
FOR ALL TYPES OF
ACREAGE
See ...
Taber
'THE HMD* CITY KtAlTOK"
500 PALM DRIVE
FLORIDA CITY
Ph. Homestead 1585
Merritt Island
Specials
402 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
$200 per Acre
Priced Way Under Marker
o
25 ACRES WATERFRONT
t Intersecting Roads Near Now A1A
Highway. This is Beautiful.
$300 per Aero
o
200 ACRES NEAR NEW A1A
$200 per Act*
o
80 ACRES INDIAN RIVER
WATERFRONT
t Only $125 nor Acre
We m!:s fevft !Q Acre Tracts
Wyman Atkins
realtor
12789 W. Dixie Hwy.
Ph. 89-1935 PL 8-8332
ACREAGE
SPECULATORS
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY-BUY NOW
LAKE PLACID HIGHLANDS
COUNTY, 150 milee from Miami,
242 acres, elevation 150 ft., 8.2O0
ft. of beautiful lake frontage. Over
70 acres already platted into 155
quarter.acre lots. Owners very
anxious to sell and you can make
a bargain buy with excellent terms.
Phone M0 1-4296
KEN D. ROSEN, Realtor
GREATER MIAMI REALTY
5747 8.W. 8th 8T.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
iii:mo E.WOLFF
shorciamd'arcade
the 12-month period rose by over
$2,000,000, a gain of 33 percent.
Dividends paid out to savers in
this period totaled $200,000.
2 4' 2 ACRE PIECES
High and cleared, on paved road,
$2,750 each. Near St. lucie Canal and
State Highway 76.
NORMAN E. BUTLER
R E A 1 T O R
13030 N.W. 7th Avo. MU 1-1440
Look Look
20 ACRES
Just off U.S. No. 1. A food deal at
$1,750 per aero, terms
20 ACRES
Old Grove in the Central Redlands
Only $1,500 ft acre
40 ACRES
Comer Redlmd Rd. and Hainlin Dr.,
high land. Only $1,850 per aero, terns.
25 ACRES
Hainlia Or. beautiful aim land. Good
locatien. $1,850 nor aero, forms.
CALL M0 7-2503
JANES
REALTY COMPANY, INC.
ON U.S. 1 at KiNOALL, Soufh of Miami
Homestead and
Redland Area
ACREAGE GROVES GLADE
CHICKEN RANCH-BUSINESS PROPERTY
U.S. 1 FRONTAGE HOMESITES-
Anyfhing In Roof Esfafe
INDUSTRIAL LEASE
Will Build to 8uit Light Industry
or Warehousing nlt Terms
2'i ACRE CORNER
^J^'"*1*1, i ''''** rian" Homestead.
18.000 Part Cash, Balance $30 Month
VA ACRE BUILDING SITE
Hi-Pine. S3 750
COOPER & McCLANAHAN
,,-- REALTORS
1328 N. Krome Avo. Ph. lt]|
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
wpsz sic m&asitt
tStL',?Zut toet ome keen compe-
Beach Ur anch 0,,ice in Delray
With the completion of U.S. No. 1 four
to ente'? a/ makin jt 0'" easy
Four highly competent associates of
our firm will be on the job 7 days
a week to serve you. r
Wo cordially invite off of our oid
friends and new to stop in
and meet
HOWARD VANDER GRIFT
RICHARD HECK
HARRY BACKER
MARTIN REISEY
Tell them what you have to sell, what
you want to buy!
I!- !"""' "* problem too small or
too large for our interest.
HfCHWAY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
7h!i*ntire V'."- been trained
X.1%1 vou ,u" information on CORA'
RIDGE and GALT OCEAN MILE
properties. Fort Lauderdale.
LORD'S REAL ESTATE
ALICE LORD, Realtor
Branch Office on U.S. No. 1
3 Milei South of Delray Roach
Box 401 RD. No. 1 Ph. 7605 Delray
GLENN.MITCHELL, Realtor
Dealing in All Types of Acreage
2422 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. PH. 2-8296
HOLLYWOOD, FIA.
WAUCHULA BRADENT0N
40 Acre Cirrus Land Cleared $400 per
Acre; 20 Acres 3 Year Old Hamlir*
Grove $24,000, Vs Cash, Balance 3
Years, Located Close in; Vs Interest is
80 Acres with 30 Aero Bearing Grove,
Some Additional Grave Land, Good
House, Deep Well, $42,000, Vi Cash;
30 Acre Young Grave $18,000 with
Terms. Have Over 5 Pieces of Gulf
Front Properties that are Setting for
25-50% Loss than they will in On*
Year's Time. Write Mo for Details.
C. T. RATLIFF, Realtor
Ph. PR 3-4451 Wauchula
2,200 ACRE RANCH
TALLAHASSEE AREA
Over $60,000 of Improvements
$50 PER ACRE
5,000 ACRE RANCH
ORLANDO AREA
(100.000 of Improvements
$70 PER ACRE
640 ACRE RANCH
PALM BEACH AREA
1 Mile Highway Frontage
$340 PER ACRE
640 ACRES
MELBOURNE
1 Mile of Road Fronting, 1 Mile
West of U.S. 1
$300 PER ACRE
320 ACRE RANCH
'A Mile of Road Frontage
HOBE SOUND ROAO
$350 PER ACRE
3,300 ACRES !
MERRITT ISLAND
$150 PER ACRE
625 ACRES
MELBOURNE AREA
$100 PER ACRE
Terms available. Many other listings
from 10 acres to (0,000 acres. See
JOHN BLACK.
Allied Realty, Inc.
REALTORS
2400 A OAKLAND R. K. BLVD.
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
L0 4-1286
1500 ACRES RIVER FRONT
^"OUTSIDE FAST GROWING FT.
MYERS. New road leads iato prop-
erty. Well worth a look at $500
per acre. Good terms art available.
250 ACRES
PALM BEACH COUNTY
JUST NORTH OF BROWAftD COUNTY
LINE. Vi mile frontage Hillsboro
canal. A very good speculation at
$350 per acre. Terms can he
arranged.
520 ACRES FT. LAUDERDALE
PATH OF DEVELOPMENT. A choice
f. .ti?nd iih """"V* P*tentiall-
. V50 per ocre w "" t
qualified party.
4700 ACRES
CHARLOTTE COUNTY
SECTION which now bridge at St.
Pete opened up. Ripe for the spec
obi? "* *" *"' ltnm mM'
Contact Acreage Dept.
JA 3-1411
Oar ar Night
ANACONDA REALTY CO.
303 E. LAS 01AS BLVD.
FT. LAUDERDALE


iy. July
6, 1958
k^lstn^rldlar
Pag* HP
THE WEEK... IS I SEE IT
Continued from Pago 4 A
|ts: Israel's sector of Jerusalem contains only three holy places
t Christian, one Jewish and one Moslem; all other shrinesfifteen
ristian, three Moslem and five Jewishare in the old city under
(dan's rule; Jordanwhose Arab cause the Catholics presumably
^ousealso opposes the internationalization of Jerusalem; Israel's
Jistry of Religious Affairs has undertaken repair of holy places
naged in the 1948 War of Liberation; this issue in totality is
^arate and distinct from the larger Israel-Arab conflict, whose roots
in the Arab rejection of the United Nations partition ruling.
(In this regard, it is interesting to note that Catholic support of
Arab position on partition contributes significantly to continued
rest in the Near East.)
*
IT 010 DUAL ALLEGIANCE' CHARGE AGAIN
|OT CONTENT with running their anti-Israel campaign on refuse
P and internationalization planks, some Catholic leaders also Ml-
^y the:Increasingly common "dual allegiance" charge. Thus, Fr.
rman, in the January, 1956 "Sign," pleaded for a bipartisan policy
used on what is just and good for America" and blamed the current
ir East chaos on the politicians' fear of the "the Jewish vote."
Fr. Vincent S. Kearney, in "America," December 24, 1955, noted
the time has come "to make it clear to Israel, the Arab nations
Great Britain that our guiding concern in our efforts to bring
ce to the Middle East is national and free world security and not
interests of a minority voting group in the United States."
There can be no doubt that the "minority voting group" here is
mean Jewry, and it is explicitly clear Fr. Kearney means that
rican Jewry thinks first, in terms of Israel and then in terms of
erica. From this it follows that to be pro-Israel is to be anti-
erican and that American and Israeli interests are mutually op-
ed. Apart from the obvious falsehoods implicit in these deduc-
such insidious reasoning flies in the face of the fact that this
an has traditionally offered assistance to peoples abroad fighting
[their right to self-determination.
| No less an example than the Greeks, Italians and Polesall of
sought and. received spiritual and financial support here wilh-
[ recrimination against their American partisanswere the Irish
on January 21, 1919, declared their independence. Within a
jter of days, American Catholics opened their campaign in the
fced States for recognition of the Irish Republic as Cardinal Gib-
addressed a convention of some 5,000 persons, and shortly there-
p, an Irish-American delegation went to Paris to discuss with then
lident Wilson the possibility of admitting Irish representatives to
(Paris peace conference.
[But, to some Catholics, what was sauce for the goose yesterday
ft sauce for the gander today. Somehow historyunless they have
in charge of writing itwas never their strong point. They are
efore writing a Near East history at this very moment that is
in keeping with their ultimate purposes.
rman to Serve
Bond Teller
Mies Xieliman, honor gradu-
the University of Miami,
een appointed savings bond
[at the Bank of Miami Beach.
led the highest scholastic
at U of M, Liebman will
work on a Master's degree
cs this fall at Johns
ns University in Baltimore.
|will attend under a junior-in-
arship, which calls for part
teaching along with his
Us the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ir Liebman, Miami Beach
^ey and general counsel for
jk. The Liebmans live at
re dr., N.
|ile at the University of Mi-
Liebman was a member of
national leadership honor-
maternity, elected to Iron Ar-
[the highest men's honorary
university, and was select-
"Who's Who in American
gCB and Universities."
Mrs. Puchkoff
Dead at 82
Mrs. Brane Puchkoff died in
Brooklyn, N.Y., last week at the
age of 82.
She resided in Miami at 1130
SW 9th st., and was the widow of
Pinchas Puchkoff, noted educator
and author.
Following the.death of her hus-
band several years ago, Mrs. Puch-
koff was principally engaged in
activities with the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and annually pre-
sented the Pinchas Puchkoff
Awards to students here for ex-
cellence in Jewish studies.
She is.survived by one i|pmf|ter,
Mrs. Aaron Newman, Miami,
four sons in New York." *
Services and burial were in New
York.
Local Sisterhood
Slates Program
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
Sisterhood will hold a swim party
the evening of July 28 at the Para-
dise hotel.
Mrs. Maury Eisenberg was nam-
ed chairman of the party at a meet-
ing of the Sisterhood this week.
Mrs. Herman Kutun reported on
her trip to Europe at the Meeting.
Luncheons will be sponsored by
the Sisterhood every third Tues-
day, according to Mrs. Fred Benn,
chairman of this function.
BEAUTIFUL RANCH
3800 ACRES all cleared, leveled, fenced
and 12 miles of private canal planted
in select grass. Only 12 minutes drive
to Palm Beach.
$180 per Acre
Suitable for dairy farm, ranch de-
velopment or home. Purchase from
original owner. For complete data
Phone:
FRonklin 3-9922
GEORGE DYKES, Broker
609 INGRAHAM BIDG., MIAMI
ACREAGE
5 Acres 320' Frontage
Redland Road
Vt MILE CITY LIMITS OF
HOMESTEAD
GOOD BUY AT $2,200 PER ACRE
20 Acres
IDEALLY LOCATED, 660 FT.
FRONTAGE ON SILVER PALM
DRIVE, 330 FT. WEST OF U.S. 1.
$1,500 PER ACRE
Keen-Lovell Real Estate
16821 Federal Hwy., Perrine
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Phone 817-9015
Marion County
Acreage
2,600 ACRE RANCH
Consisting of 2.00c acres cleared, most-
ly in pasture600 acres woods and
large lakei,' miles highway frontage.
2 modern masonry homes, 1 tenant
house, equipment shed, barn, shop,
etc. Some land suitable for citruo.
$93 per acre, 29% cash. Balance 10
years at 5%.
SMITH & CEPEDA REALTY
117 EAST 0CKLAWAHA AVE.
0CAIA, FLA.
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. AIT modern construction, can be
bought at sacrifice. Owner has other
plans.
BAR and DANCE HALL
On busy State Highway No. 70 going
toward Miami, gasoline station In-
cluded. Good buy for right party. 6
miles East of Arcadia.
LEWIS AMBLER, Realtor
P. O. Box 471, Arcodio, Florida
Phone Walnut 8-1281
* MORRIS H. LEVSKY
ASSOC. REALTOR
Phono Evenings-WAInut 8-7851
Arcadia, Florida

Over 1!4 Mile River and
Lake Frontage
1*6 acres located on large Island with
400 foot let cleared ready for building.
Ideal for fisherman's paradise or de-
velop for homes for retired. Tract
available for $18,500.
DWELLING-Suburban
3 bedrooms, bath, living room, dining,
kitchen. Over 1,500 Sq. Ft. floor area,
all cypress, servant's cottage. Located
on b.j acres of land. Available. $13.=00.
ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT
Ideal homesites, citrus trees, complete
utilities. Available $3,150.
H. H. TANNER, Realtor
CULPEPPER-WATKINS
Tonner-Huffman Co., Palarka, Flo.
Phone East 5-2081
no-
-i
Specialists since 7924 in
choice real estate in
Tropical Southwest Florida
large Acreage, Waterfront, Islands,
Highway Frontage, Business
Opportunities
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 FIRST ST., FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
Phone Edison 5-4421
5,300 ACRES -
Adjoining Large Subdivision
VERO BEACH AREA-SI 10 per Acre
2,000 ACRES
3 Mi. Highway Frontage, $85 per Acre
134 ACRES
IN BROWARD COUNTY-4,000 Ft.
Railroad Frontage, $1,200 per Acre
JOSEPH D'ANGELO
Registertd Broker
1826 So. State Rd. 7, W. Hollywood
Ph. Hollywood 3-4944 or 2-0014
$125 PER ACRE
1,000 Acres, Lake County
14 DOWN, Balance 4 Years
Adjoining 3,000 HomeSite
across from 54 million acre
National Forest
Hoffman Realty
1427 N. Federal Highway
Ft. Lauderdale, Florido
LO 4-8419 9:00 to 9:00
For Your Real Estate, Insurance and
Mortgage Requirements:
Janes Realty Company, Inc.
We Cover Florida .. Peninsula of Health and Wealth
For PROMPT and RELIABLE Service
offices:
9810 S. Dixie Highway, Kendall, Florida, PhoneMiami MOhawk 7-2903
Sylvan Shorea Hotel, Mt. Dora, Florida, Phone 2-4041
506 10th Street, West, Bradenton, Florida, Phone 2-6051
CHARLES LIEBMAN
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
Woolly's Texaco Service.
Lubrication Specialists Gas Oils Batteries Tiret
"Sorvico with a Smile"
N.W. 5th STRUT PHONE FR 3 9533
REBUILT BATTERIES
12 Month Guarantee$7.50 up, exch.
EXPERTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS
REASONABLE PRICES
BATTERIES GENERATORS STARTERS
HI-VOLT BATTERY MFG.
150 M.W. 7th AVENUE PH0NI 9-34511
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M.A.I.
MARION C McCUNE, M.A.I.
151 N E. THIRD STREET
MIAMI
iblished l"M
BREVARD
COUNTY
R. C. BURNS
116 Willard St.
Cocoa, Florida
SPECIALISTS IN
BREVARD COUNTY
PROPERTY
WE HAVE ANYTHING YOU
WANT, LARGE OR SMALL
o Rood Frontage
Ocean Frontage
O Softness Sites
o Investment Properties
Groves ana Homes
Outstanding Buy IN ALL FLORIDA
LEVY COUNTY WITH 10 TO 12 MILES
OF GULF AND BAY FRONTAGE
$35 ACRE 7,500 ACRES
THIS TRACT MUST BE SOLD TO SETTLE ESTATE. Located en main highway
to Cedar Keys and.a new road being constructed through property from
Suwance River. Perfect location for colonization, retirement, sob-division
or resale speculation.
Exclusive with
K. M. JONES REAL ESTATE
D. W. WEBB, Manager
639 N.W. 102nd ST. PH. 89-8636
$65 PER ACRE
MARION COUNTY
(OCALA SILVER SPRINGS)
2,750 ACRES
2,750 ACRES HEAVY CLAY SOIL, lush native carpet grass.
Hundreds of thousands young pine. -600 acres easily
developed muck. Vi mile rive/ frontboat access to
Atlantic ocean. Mile front on paved road. Near good
towns, 29% cash.
BROKERS COOPERATE
MAC KENZIE, Realtor
BOX 398, OCALA, FLA. PHONE MA 2-4215


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GLOBAL SHORTS
HASHES HtONl THE NEAR EAST
TUNIS (JTA)The overwhelming concern of the ORT committees
in Tunisia and Morocco is the maintenance of the Jewish character of
the ORT vocational training schools in those countries, Prof. William
Haber. president of the central committee of the World ORT Union,
told the JTA here upon the completion of a tour of ORT installations
in North Africa. "The ORT is determined, with the support of local
committees, to maintain its schools as primarily institutions for Jewish
youth," he added, "and we have every hope that this objective can be
maintained."
ALGIERS (JTA) French resident General Robert LaCoste re-
ceived last weekend a delegation from the Algerian Jewish Committee
of Social Studies and the Federation of Jewish Communities in Algeria.
The delegation was led by Jacques Lazarus, secretary general of the
Social Studies committee and director of the World Jewish Congress
office in Algeria. Other members of the delegation included Benjamin
Heler, president of the federation, and Ernest Dadon, honorary presi-
dent of the Algerian Zionist Federation. There was no statement on the
subjects discussed.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
ROME (JTA)Any group of non-Catholic pupils in Italian public
Khoola may obtain the use of classrooms for religious education of
their own choosing, Paolo Rossi, Minister of Education, declared in
Parliament this week. The Minister said further that all teachers em-
ployed in the public schools were under instruction not to force non-
Catholics to participate in Catholic instruction.
STOCKHOLM (JTA)A rabbinical seminary has been established
in Arad, Rumania, Dr. A. Rosen, Chief Rabbi of Rumania, declared here
at the reception given in his honor by the Jewish community of Stock-
holm. Earlier, Rabbi Rosen attended a meeting of the Federation of
Scandinavian Rabbis and met with Drs. Wilhelm, Melchior and Aron-
zon, Chief Rabbi of Sweden, Denmark and Norway, respectively.
VIENNA (JTA>The trial of Alfred Weber, a former SS leader
charged with the murder of 60 Hungarian Jews shortly before the end
of World War II. has opened here. Weber is charged with directing the
execution, by what the prosecution charges was an "extremely grue-
some method," of 60 Jewish slave laborers in the Austrian village of
Deutsch Schutzen. Weber denied the charges, despite the testimony of
other SS men.
GENEVA (JTA) Soviet discrimination against Jews was cited
here this week by U.S. Solicitor of Labor Stuart Rothman at a session of
the international Labor Organization committee on forced labor.
Quoting from a statement made in Moscow by Nikita Khrushchev, head
of the Communist party, to a French Socialist delegation visiting Rus-
sia. Mr. Rothman chided the Soviet delegate, Prof. A. Arutinunian, over
the fact that Jews in the Soviet Union are, according to Khrushchev,
restricted in professional positions to the relative proportion of Jews
in the Soviet population.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
OTTAWA (JTA) John Diefenbaker, leading Progressive Con-
servative party spokesman in the Canadian House of Commons, indi-
cated in the House that his party is prepared to support arms shipments
to Israel. Diefenbaker, an important figure in his, the opposition party,
said that Israel must be able to maintain its defensive strength. The
point was raised in connection with Israel's request for 20 Canadian
Sabre Jet fighter planes. Previously, the Progressive-Conservatives had
opposed any arms shipments to the Middle East.
TIRES COST
Eli Samuels, choirmaster of
North Shore Jewish Center, left
Wednesday lor New York City
to attend musical events there
and in upp9r New York State.
He returns July 23 to begin
choir rehearsals for the High
Holy Days.
NEW YORK (JTA) The Jewish Teachers Assn. protested this
week to the National Education Assn. the latter's organization of four
world tours for teachers from which Jews are barred because of the
objections of Arab governments through whose territories the tourists
would travel. The Jewish group expressed its "shock" and "concern"
over the "support given this discriminatory and un-American practice"
by the NEA.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The recall of Henry Byroade. pro-Arab
U.S. Ambassador to Egypt, was proposed last weekend by Rep. Frank
Thompson, Jr., New Jersey Democrat. Speaking on the House floor.
Congressman Thompson said Byroade was the author of the policy of
persuading the British to evacuate the Suez Canal as the way to win
Egyptian friendship.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)Pennsylvania colleges, universities and
professional schools are seeking fewer questions about applicants' reli-
gion, race and nationality, it was established in a triennial survey con-
ducted by the Philadelphia Jewish Community Relations Council. The
number of schools asking no discriminatory questions increased from
27 in 1950 and 40 in 1953 to 59 this year, the JCRC revealed. The num-
ber of schools which asked only the question about race has finally
reached zero, while the number asking for the religion of the applicant
was 15all denominational schools.
LATEST WIRES EROM ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) The 14th Arab local council in Israel was
inaugurated this week in the village of Jaljulia in the Samaria district.
The seven-man council will provide local government for the village
which has a population of 1,200. Minister of the Interior Israel Bar
Yehuda told the new council that it is now eligible for government
grants and loans.
4 T ,AVIV (JTA>Israel's "Beauty Queen," a 21-year-old Tel Aviv
typist will compete for the "Miss Universe" title at Long Beach, Calif
Sara Binstock won the title in a beauty contest here over 24 contestants
chosen from 200 entrants last weekend. With the title, went a change
.^jfSJSJ* (JTAj-Egyptian Premier Col. Carnal Abdel Nasser's
K*^n l*e E&# celebrations marking the British withdrawal
from the Suez Canal zone contained a threat against Israel an 22
Foreign Ministry spokesman said this week. el
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Zim Lines' "Shomron" docked at Miami Pier
No. 1 the other week, with Cap*. Malhi Efrath as
chief engineer. .
Carrying a cargo of cement. Cant. Efrath had
much to think about. But this didn't prevent him
from taking time out to host a dinner in his
quarters in honor of his boyhood friend Mere,
the very proud visitors to the "Shomron" was Mrs.
tiro, an Israel sabra, who also attended the dinner with
councilman husband. .
lion, dinner guests included the Stuart Winttoni, Joseph
Louis Fine*.
i Mrs. Irwln B. Marshall, 151 SW 53rd ct., left Monday
a teacher at the new West Laboratory School of the
[of Miami.
nuarywhen it was cool, that isNatasha Foinman
Warship for her essay on education at the Lear School.
aughter of Pine Tree dr.'s Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fein-
jmpleting her first semester at UM with a straight A
irtin gave Natasha a trip as a gift. .
is presently visiting her sister in Touston. Tex., Olga,
^en serving as a dietetic interne at the VA hospital
asha will return in September.
Mrs. Syd Stanley will leave their NE 81st st. home for
17. .
____ are pretty quiet for them now, what with Dennis,
\'- ss>an, Nancy and Kenneth off at camp in North Carolina. .
topover on the continent will, of course, be Vienna to
1*8 father. Max Delfiner, internationally renowned phil-
whose home before the war and the Hitler era was
meeting place of all the greats in art and science. .
Lottie and Sydwho's band leader at the Nautilus
| Salzburg to attend the famous music festival. Before
mid-August, the Stanleys will visit Italy, France and
>>>>>< is Island's Hal Peltons are off to Blowing Rock, N.C.,
heat. .
le rest will also be welcome. In addition to the fact
st been named "barker of the month" by the Variety
it 33, Hal is also recently elected president of Westview
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j Bermans, 1407 Collins ave.. who vacationed in Nassau
I returned in time to celebrate their silver wedding anni-
pturday at home. .
ny accompanied the Bermans on their trip.
Miamian Mrs. Harry Papier, who now lives in Somer-
[is on the Beach vacationing at the Poinciana hotel. .
] here, Sylvia is being entertained by Mrs. Gus Ginsberg,
id Harry plans to join her sometime next week. Inci-
|so here are her sister and brother-in-law, Paulene and
thans, of Washington, D.C. Murray's art director of the
[Gallery there.
____ Mrs. George Lubow, Hibiscus Island, will start a two-
____BUon in Mexico City come July 13. .
^ubows plan to make side trips to points of historical
Id will also attend concerts by the Budapest String
an executive of Washington Federal, and Mrs. L. are
city's leading amateur musicians .
in of Washington Federal, president Jack Gordon and
Ira will be hosts at a cocktail party Saturday to em-
St
snoosman, resident manager at Waldman's Crown hotel,
km a sales trip North and says he's amazed at the interest
Jby young people in Beach vacations during which they
re dietary laws. .
Arho's son-in-law of Crown owner Joseph Waldman, be-
| trend is in keeping with increases in synagogues affilia-
experienced across the nation.
Jehrner, Rivo Alto Island, left Saturday for the July 4th
In Asheville, N.C., of Frankie Wolfson and Jack Waxen-
m Asheville, Sue will go to New York and then Stamford,
visit Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wolff. .
I back to Gotham Town and a round of Broadway shows
turning to Miami Beach July 28. An Aug. 1, Sue and
B. Kugelman will close their home and spend two
| the Roney.
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ix M. Messers. 7530 SW 57th ct.. leave Miami July 8 for
Europe and won't be back until Sept. 5. Judge and Mrs.
jlander are in Mexico for two weeks. Traveling with
fclose friends Mr. and Mrs. Al Warren. Pioneer Beachitc
is left Friday by plane for New York and a brief visit
te-otherin-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glass. .
[model of the new, half-million dollar building of Citizen's
ivings and Loan Assn., Hialeah, is now on display at
it quarters. .
president Leo Adeeb participated over the weekend in
iking ceremonies-for the structure which, Lee says, will
rted come January. .
ing of Citizen's Federal, president David Stuiin and
| VP Sam Danels will be hosts Saturday at Miami Springs
a fourth anniversary luncheon for staffers.
Goings and Comings: The Burton Goldsteins, who have
{ing the islands around South America, are back at their
Island home. Mrs. Alma Tenenbaum is in San Fran-
Best of her son and daughter-Li-law. They are the
. Alma will visit Los Angeles before ret urn -
a stay in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. .
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Miami, Florida, Friday, July 6, 1956
Section B
Mrs. Abraham Wasserman (center) is in-
stalled president of Miami Beach Women's
Unit of United Cerebral Palsy Assn. at a
Beacon of Light ceremony recently in
Algiers hotel. Left to right are Franklin
Saundersr executive director of USPA clinic-
Mrs. William Pite, chairman; Mrs. Wasser-
man; installing officer Burnett Roth, vice
president of Miami chapter; and actor-pro-
ducer Sam Hirsch.
Miss Joan Field to Perform Miami
Premiere of Carmen Fantasy Sunday
MISS JOAN NtlD
Joan Field's performance with
the University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra at the third
Pop concert on Sunday, July 8,
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
will feature the Carmen Fantasy,
which will be performed for the
first time in Miami.
Written by Bizet,- the Fantasy
was arranged especially for Jascha
Heifetz by Franz Waxman.
Miss Field's appearance with the
University of Miami Symphony
marks the completion of a busy
season of violin recitals and or-
chestral appearances. Last Decem-
ber, after her annual Town Hall
recital, she played the premiere
performance of Concerto for Violin
and Orchestra, by Mana-Zucca, at
New York's Hunter College. She
pave a-second performance at the
Brooklyn Museum Great Hall,
which was broadcast.
A gratifying accolade to Miss
Field's artistry was made in the
New York Times on Mar. 11, when
Harold Schonberg, music critic of
the Times, printed an inclusive list
of the best recordings of the part
five years. His list included Miss
Field's recordings of the Charles
Ives Sonatas. She was the only
woman violinist thus honored by
this critic.
Her plans for the coming season
include appearances in New York.
Miami and in Dallas, where she
will play with the Dallas Sym-
phony. She has also been invited
by Alberto Bolet to appear in Cuba
with the newly formed Havana
Philharmonic.
Returning to the podium. Dean
John Bitter will also conduct the
orchestra in performances of "The
Merrymakers Overture." by Erik
Coates; Londonderry Air, Percy
Grainger; 17 Come Sunday,
Vaughn-Williams; On Hearing the
First Cuckoo in Spring, Frederick
Delius; Pomp and Circumstance,
Sir Edward Elgar.
Show Boat Selections. Jerome
Kern; Holiday for Strings, David
Rose; Blue Tango, Trumpter's Lul-
laby and Belle of the Ball, LeRoy
Anderson.
In addition to the Carmen Fan-
tasy, Miss Fields will also be heard
in Preludium and Allegro, by Fritz
Kreisler, and the Adagio from the
Violin Concerto in B minor, by
Charles Camille Saint-Saens.
State of Israel Bonds is topic of day at the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel T. (Carrie) Sapiro as Greater Miami chapter of Sponsors
of Israel meets. Mrs. Louis (Lee) Goldman, Mrs. Sapiro, Mrs.
Moses P. (Judith) Epstein and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers (left
to right) discuss progress of "Women for Israel Month."
'Women for Israel Month' Reaches Dramatic Climax Here
Southern Style Theme
Sisterhood of Temple Zion will
hold a smorgasbord dinner at the
home of Mrs. J. Teitler, 5221 SW
52nd ter., on Saturday evening.
Theme of the dinner will be a
southern style 'Come You All."
"Women for Israel Month" in
Greater Miami reached its zenith
last week at the Algiers hotel as
more than 200 leaders and workers
of the State of Israel Bonds cam-
paign honored Mrs. Moses P.
(Judith) Epstein.
They heard notes of encourage-
ment from the woman who, as
former national president of Ha-
dassah and honorary chairman of
the Israel Bonds women's division,
is probably more identified with
Israel than any other woman in the
United States.
Mrs. Epstein said "Col. Nasser
will not move his Egyptian legions
until he is absolutely sure of com-
plete victory over Israel. And his
people and armies still have too
many fat generals and too many
thin soldiers for that."
Mrs. Epstein said Egypt is de-
feating her own purpose by using
all of her funds, domestic and
Communist secured, for war mobil-
ization and not for her much-
needed dams. Citing the utilization
of Israel Bond dollars over a five-
year span, she said Israel was not
making that mistake.
"Israel Bonds now are not only
a good business investment, but a
weapon that insures Israel's se-
curity," Mrs. Epstein concluded.
Her message followed a dramatic
report by Mrs. Samuel Z. (Kitty)
Sakrais on her recent trip to Israel.
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