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

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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
130Number 29
Miami, Florida, Friday. July 20, 1956
Price 20tf
lists Charged With Participating
In Israel's Domestic Political Affairs;
'Independents' Urge New Principles
LADELPHIA (JTA)The charge that tha Zionist Organization of America is displaying a ten-
s' involve itself more and more with partisan activities and to enter political controversies in
lich are not m the domain of Diaspora Zionists," was voiced here this week by Louis Lipsky,
American Zionist leader. He was addressing the first of a series of local public meetings called
kwly-formed Independent Zionists of America organixation.
[Zionists we must teke the lead," Mr. Lipsky declared, "in propagating the idea of a return to
I concept of Zionism and Zionist tasks, urging unity in the fundamental work of Zionism, name-
ral and economic support of Israel, the fostering of a great Hebraic movement especially
youth, of Aliyah and Halutziut in the broadest sense." The new Independent Zionists of Amer-
biiation, Mr. Lipsky explained, will conduct its work in "a true comradeship," with no ties to
s in Israel.
Louis E. Levinthal, of Philadelphia, chairman of the national provisional committee of the new
>n, reviewed the eir- *--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LOUIS IIPSKY
JUDGE LOUIS IEVINTHAL
that had led to the
of the Independent Zi-
tment in America.
be history of Zionism
Ee before and since es-
it of the State of Israel,
the need of "a strong
crattc Zionist move-
to fulfill the mission
[years ago."
fctements by tha dissi-
CHANCE IN POLKY SUN AS ALLEN ALSO REMOVED TO GREECE
Ike to Boot Byroade from Egypt Ambassador Post
WASHINGTON (JTA)Diplomatic and political circles here dis-*-
played extraordinary interest Wednesday in a report that President
Eisenhower had decided to transfer Ambassador Henry A. Byroade
from his post in Cairo to a new post as Ambassador to the Union of
South Africa. The report also stated that George V. Allen, Assistant
^Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, will be named U.S. Am-
bassador to Greece.
Speculation was rife as to the implications of this change, which
is bound to affect American policy'*--------------------------------------------


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on the Arab-Israel situation. No-
tice of this change has been given
to the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, since the Senate must
confirm the new appointments.
Spe cial interest was displayed
in the Capital Wednesday in the
as yet unnamed successor to Mr.
Allen. Interested Washington cir-
cles waited to learn the identity of
the man who will replace Mr. Allen
as Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs, in the hope
that this would furnish a key to
future State Department policy to-
ward the Arab-Israel question.
Removal of Henry A. Byroade as
Ambassador to Egypt follows a
growing conviction in government
circles that Mr. Byroade failed in
his Cairo post. He was considered
by some an "apologist" for Egyp-
tian Premier Nasser who did more
to sell Nasser's ideas to Washing-
ton than vice versa. The growing
relationship between Egypt and
the Soviet Union was seen as the
factor that finally convinced pol-
icy makers that Mr. Byroade had
to go.
Ambassador Byroade's transfer
Continued on Page 7 A
NASSER IN YUGOSLAVIA
GENEVA (JTA>Yugoslav dip-
lomats have given assurances here
that Egyptian President Gamal Ab-
del Nasser's current visit to Bel-
grade will not be directed against
Continued on Page 8 A
LODGE ASKED TO TAKE ACTION
U.S. is Urged to Place Soviet
Anti-Semitism on UN Agenda;
Cultural Genocide Major Issue
STANDING TRIAL fOR 'MISDEMEANOR*
lent Confesses to Burning of Crosses
JTON (JTA>A 24-year-old University
student confessed Wednesday to partici-
tie planting and burning of crosses in
Jdences of Supreme Court Justices Earl
\wer Committee Mum
Hi Ban Against Jewish Troops
IGTON (JTA)The President's Committee on Government
Policy refused to discuss the status of recent complaints
igainst the government policy of excluding American Jews
in Arab countries. A committee spokesman said Wednes-
a matter of policy, the committee never publicly reveals
[made against any agency.
of the Defense and State Department policies in Saudi
recently made by American Jewish Committee representa-
Dld Reigelman. These views were told to a conference on
nation in the Federal Service, which included intergroup
^anizations. Federal agencies and the President's Committee.
ng to summary notes on the conference on non-discrimina-
eigelman told the committee that the government policy
American Jews from service in Saudi Arabia is a complete
Federal Service non-discrimination policy. He proposed
srnment direct all departments to end all cooperation with
tination. He also suggested that all contracts and agree
include non-discriminatory provisions.
Warren, Felix Frankfurter, Sen. Herbert H. Lehman,
Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff and official of
the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored
People.
? The student, Ronald E. Rowley,
who refused to name his accom-
plices, admitted planting the
crosses to express indignation of
the Supreme Court's decision or-
dering the desegregation of public
schools in the South. Signs left
beside the burning crosses indicat-
Contmued on Page SA
NEW YORK (JTA)U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., was urg-
ed by the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee Wednesday to place the sub-
ject of Soviet anti-Semitism on
the agenda of the United Nations.
In a communication from Ad-
olph Held, national chairman of
the JLC, and Nathan Chanin.
chairman of its administrative a,
committee, Ambassador Lodge
was told that the statement made
last Thursday by several Ameri-
can rabbis who had just return-
ed from a visit to the USSR con-
firms what the Jewish Labor
Committee has been saying for
the. past eight years.
"There has been no marked let-
up in the anti-Semitic campaign
engaged in by the Soviet dictator-
ship." the Jewish
wrote Ambassador Lodge. "The
Yiddish press, schools and insti-
tutions have been obliterated.
There exists, and admittedly so,
a quota system for Jews in gov-
ernment service. The ethnic af-
finities of Soviet citizens are car-
ried prominently in their identifi-
cation papers, particularly aimed
at Jews. There are other inequi-
ties perpetrated against Jews in
the Soviet Union."
Ambassador Lodge was remind-
ed that the JLC had furnished
both the U.S. delegation and the
United Nations Commission on
Human Rights "with voluminous
material showing that the cam-
paign of villification and cultural
genocide engaged in by a member
nation of the United Nations
against its Jewish citizens has
kept on unabated.
'The time has come for a full
Continued on Page 3 A
MAX Accm
Gov't. Debates
Red Invitation
JERUSALEM (JTA) The ques-
tion of whether Israel would agree
labor leaders j to send a Parliamentary delegation
to Moscow was discussed here
Wednesday by Soviet Ambassador
Alexander Abramov with Israel's
Foreign Minister, Mrs. Gold Myer-
son. About four month ago, Joseph
Sprinzak, Speaker of Parliament,
indicated that he would accept
such an invitation from the Soviet
Government.
Ambassador Abramov broached
the question in the course of his
talk with Mrs. Myerson, who invit-
ed him to the Foreign Office to
sound out Moscow's attitude to-
Continued on Page 5 A
JUDAISM IN RUSSIA 'ANAEMIC AND MORIBUND1
Rabbis Relate Grim Russian Tale
PARIS (JTA)"Judaism in Russia is seriously
threatened with extinction," two American rabbis
returning from a visit to the Soviet Union declared
here. The two are Rabbis Morris Kertzer and David
Golovensky. members of a delegation of the New
York Board of Rabbi-
The rabbis said they had been led to this "melan-
choly conclusion" by what they had seen and by
their talks with Soviet officials, religious leaders and
people in many walks of life. "While the Soviet
regime speaks of religious freedom and has in fact
somewhat relaxed some of its repressive measures,
its policies continue to restrict and strangle Jewi.sh
life," Rabbis Kertzer and Golovensky said in a writ-
ten statement.
"We were shocked to find the major institutions
of Jewish religion and the vehicles of expression of
Jewish culture all but vanished leaving a Judaism
that is anaemic and moribund. We had hoped,"- they
Continued on Page I A



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larskjold Arrives in Middle East to'Strengthen'Peace
SALEM (JTA>-A deteriorating situation in Israel's relations
lArab neighbors is highlighted here with the arrival of United
Tecretary General Dag Hammarskjold for conversations with
ders. He will also consult with Jordanian authorities and
Cairo for conversations with the government of Egyptian
LGamai Abdel Nasser. It is understood that Mr. Hammarskjold
Ji him proposals for the.-------------------*------------------------
ing and expansion of the _j ,K_ ;,.._ ..
and the tightening of the Egyptian
[agreements. The gravity
Ituation was underlined
by two developments
llrrence of Jordanian at-
Israel-Jordan border
blockade of the Suez Canal
While Mr. Hammarskjold him-
self stressed his contention that
the situation was marked by no
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recipient of the Judah L. Magnes Scholarship, etab-
lonor of the late president of the university. Dr. Judah
American educator and rabbi, is majoring in
id philosophy. A native of Haifa, he plans to teach
Wi institute for the blind.
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from Page 1 A
Rearing on the question
| tribunal of the United
the JLC suggested.
| a calculated plan on
the Soviets to finish
pin by their predeces-
Czars and their
ss the Nazis. The
fof a whole people by
Iheir cultural ties, by
(of their cultural lead-
ption of their press, is
srnal problem but is
rhich the free world
feicerned.
[ists now the threat
against Jews in Pol-
iet satellite. Confirm-
>f assaults on Jews in
let-dominated nations
i fears that the Soviets
ig a major campaign
le remaining vestiges
|ropean Jewry. There
>ice raised now before
too late. That voice
bt of the United States
lied Nations," the ap-
Ided.
special urgency, Israeli circles
maintained that far from improv-
ing, the status of relations among
the governments in this area had
actually worsened since the com-
pletion of the Secretary General's
"cease-fire" mission last Apr. 26.
Underscoring the new gravity of
the situation was the slaying in an
'ambush of two Israeli civilians,
i employes of an Israel mining com-
pany, near Ein Hatzeva, a desolate
settlement In the Negev desert,
near the Jordan frontier. They
were murdered while traveling on
the-road from Eilat to Beersheba
United Nations observers, ac-
cording to information received at
UN headquarters from Jerusalem,
were busy investigating Israel's
charges against Jordan. Israel re-
ported to the UN truce organiza-
tion that seven men with rifles
had attacked a truck owned by the
Negev Phosphate Works in a lone-
ly canyon, south of the Dead Sea.
The two men were killed before
the driver could swing his truck
around and head back.
A special meeting of the Israel
Cabinet was convoked by Premier
David Ben Gurion in view of the
deteriorating security situation.
The meeting was held while civil
defense services in Jerusalem car-
ried out a mock air raid in full
dress drill. The Premier and all
the members of the Cabinet took
shelter during the drill, which was
the largest ever held in Israel. Air
raid sirens screamed, dud shells
dropped, smoke bombs exploded,
and "casualties" were evacuated
from feigned wreckage. Fire
fighters, first aid units and air
raid wardens took up their posts
as traffic was halted, for the dura-
tion of the alarm. Passers-by were
rushed into shelters during the
alarm, which lasted 10 minutes.
Later the Israel Government, in
an official communique, charged
that Jordanian authorities were re-
sponsible for the organization and
training of some 200 Arab refu-
gees, residents of border villages
and convicts into marauding gangs
which have been killing and
wounding Israeli citizens in forays
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Number 29
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In-h officially to recogruaa the
several week* ago. when Duhiia
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study
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hear) Irish accent Naphtali feels it to be at ample aTS
ploy* no other espiaaataea law bia moving to Israel
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Major Challenge for the Zionist Organization of America ^,:r^r^rjrs^r?.^>'
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1 'hen hurnoroasly bat firmly. Ha
they fingerprinted as. Thea they
-wear we never belonged to the C
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with America is that it is aM faglia I" The inrniaUt a
How can an Irishman, soon to be an Israeli. exW Earn
The argument only sets into (tow)weliun this *^T
theme You Amencan* believe the VS to be God's gWtoenJ
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.-.;lly atwiawawa' W ecrjer Mooaoc soup
~.ot American bjeae BBWjr BWBW
- -tto enacts =t i^'armq the BOA
so wava: -j eapacsioe
an aaueuainc, r-^ :n on the per: or.
many Zkxnakl cere awA '.ne sccpe of the Tkniet
C:r AmaWJCB pxotVBW I es-
neni :: tead bach a M
i-= lard m praheni BOA tcrrr.
1 rtandaeven .: ,-~.ey rzrr.:- :r.s: rhances
bare be*r. a ::;er tor seme "_rr.e zr.c: HMl
= :;- ha awda bat Aw scke of the or- s
oroqressw-..i ha quick to declare that Mr.
TrpaJry aad hhl icllowers are mere dissidents
caid mm asahteg : iaahaf Aw 20A
_-. ir.e rtame or power polrbcs.
l Nx. Lipsky's
. -toe ot the recent 24th World
Z :a^t Conaress and the feet that he oaght
M hhl own
E rdnerer te new independent
rroaf :r- r; reed:'-- ctrawrai Mi upaky*i
Ktraca at : s: made in Priiladei-
ifae :_-? : a 5er.es of rharter meetiaes
.sts ol Arr.er.rn r.zme-
the BOA a preaaatly conatii
ier. :-.?
wn
'San
^raoes woen ^oaurn
- and orten ^norea cause
mc sh world Seders. orwt to tr
- lo re doubasd -hot persona. =rr.r I
- in the schism we *o*-
.ts spcicesmer. ere de-
rote -'5
two orgon-
in the.: queat fat i zs *^e
work s: anch aad xcq harm o US. 2teM
Foe b *Jw final onarj ty impor-
tent thing hi an efrecttve and unifiad Zionism
capable oi aao _- Z;on;st rro:-Tms in a
wwftd :.:* indadteg [mmj 09a wag Jiauav-
b wJapai te lea th 9nhj
Mo pc.-t -he Inthsyanrteti
AaMooa a on mfaal sjroni Ba dm 01 001
rhrrite I aiere
eiistenr? 10 BJMl Aw IOA to a reevclaation of
:s scope roAWi '.aar. to deveiop as a permc-
^ect spLr.ter iacnon. Whether Mr LipaJry 1
:rr-?s awaa .r. PhateMaAaa are acc-jrete or
not no such tiqa'-.cant laaaolu ceen
made here the esiarhshmer.t 0! Israer
owd few would deny the need ie-
To be dep'.ocec m exs'
ence of two Loniat organaahons here. Apart
cs we have -us* :-er.ous
DOmpetmon the: wcuid eaist between them.
AWf araald aha -/.r.::e rood of Israel
one c: Zkwwm'l esser.-al purposes -m aw
r.ame ::
7.\e bw in Awrak a the
' e:.-
ca b9 lauffiiui aa .--z^ by :e<-^
principles : -e needs of a't'S
Jewry anwoas to ha idl Israel on a
sc- anxious ;
ion rs c.tixeas of America.
"TV,
1
in that.
U.S. Ambassador Lodge Can Bring New Prestige to the UN
-S :.....--. : tha United Nattoaa
-~-: rrec this we^ic
5c_-ea
turbii r^Ti
'"^ b BB exre'.lrr.
hxtthol N vbe
-
BteM bj ^-abiishrnT.t. me ObAwJ N'~'
bai iiiii.uiad a bbbj zzod recorr
as been the father of new cr
esIsrael OBBBBBi them. It ral-
' COBBOUB
itod uoon maintain:r.z at least
one democraLc ranhjM hi row divided Indo-
MJ In-luded technical as?ist-
-r: DroaTarna and ecu-
: and cultural benaAti for member ne-
B ~s AWH achieveruenta. amone
srs tor- c^e ;. aIso hc. ff
Awn has been the
rins unresolved
BMBl ci ^s evolved
ne iBlBi.....iua z: -J^z Nations
3 oecre-maker.
is r^riaos the maior factor
-ne of the UN m its role
of world harrr.c-
- bbsbbI months the Soviet has be-
oobbb the principal miscreant fa progressive
rstnd^lockW-^ -^
s latest role :n world aftcirs is to encouraoe
rn cf anti Semitism in its dowrteT
Bws-en leader, -cm Khrashch.v and Buba
-^. demonstrate a shockinq $,
crmhiaUiiii to the new rrusaicm anh-Sernitism
xmty shai. oav n be
*>Itod to g>
reas ace z: ::
mo mm m Asm niu
tmAMATHmi OfftMB TO Ml BVBft
1
ont-
havebm.1
maalaaa]
ALL SUGGESTIONS to the eaatrBrj ** shunted 1
believe I politely offer, "that tha Eachahto 1
he ultimate in national perfectsaaanil permit a pence
ibject and. say. aa Amencoa cateea all at the saattaw
A aave of the hand destroys aae. To bnaf order aa *<*
-npt to beginas aw old Artatotle anted -at the tqaw
The inconveniences to which yea acre aabtorted 00 eatn tol
the revolt of the MrCarran-Warter Law. Many Amencaas opaal
law and have been working to rewrite at Aa a matter of fadftafl
Truman vetoed the law. aad PteiJdeat Eaacahower rlribjeiu J
1962 to have it -crapped at best aad liberahaad at
A ware of the hand. "A tot of yea Amencaas
excuses about that Bat moat bataat Take this ehaa
tram down All our trouble.' Be says. *is stirred up by Caai
aad Nen<*
THda t he lochede aa Jews?" I Batty wonder
Something of distaste greats me. aad I immediately
that American Jews must newer speak of themselves a Bij
breath with I-raeli Jews who. it as clear, despise u> Bat twsl
In truth. Naphtali says: **Suwe I have been ia brad.II
enjoyed the -meular experience of net giving a hang abeat abtj
pe~^ie think of Jews.' We are. yea kaoar. an mdepeadeat pm
terribly independent chaps.'*
Even though I am aa Amencan Jew. I beg h
opportuajt> of sharing has Jay ha that fart
AMOKJUtt AM AB
i"*sl
1
MUliM
BUT I am a sadly crippled thinker, aad I mast begin at the kq
Yea accuse us of a revolting rial" of aaAaonalism" I ak
"Yw ^ \-nencams belsere the VS to be G "Forgive me. I reply "BW if aa are inexcusably pnaffl
nation, we are at least, not poaamwaatjr CBmrtiniitir Yea I
be M-daiely cultured, bat tryif yea canto
divcix- of \ iMir history taiilii baa engulfed the world a tod
provocation aad at frequent utenals froaOi
Man was latellageat rnoagb to record bis follies. We
are even one of us refugees of Earwpeaa tyraaoy aad I do at|
can be culture in tyrannydemonstrate no sack aa
Then 1* a pleasant moment of" silence "And I bbb pride may perhaps be earned I
Did > a erne see Amencan toartots ia Europe*' N'ipkai
11 them boor.
M> friend I remark, seeing victory tamed inte adakj
v demonstrates our higher stamBBrd of lrvmg Eanan
'r^de wealthy niakaithatce Do you etaytt
in IreUnd or France orHeaven farbid--ia "
boors mm age to get abroad aa occasion.
And are they boars because they abaar ne revereate l
mr culture* Americans, may I resprctfdbj^
hare it more in their tradition to show reverence for th?
ii at least by and large true Culture worship is B*Bl
There i a ua.| bt k a aid aeur forward aa'
jugatton of the little people before the aaanipotent power*
ncans suspect your culture for thaa reaaoa for the fad'
unciv lined and bloody
Americans, my friend, are aa ia dependent people.''
" sw sirs so rr awn m rtaf
I KNOW this u not altogether true. Bat H b not aha***
And beside., being an Amencoa agw
ondle fiercely at the |
their own terms winch
*wne factors
Certainly American foreign aid ia
-*"** principle*, but it is a kind of
benevolent than Europe ever has 111 gad
^^ tory b nearly raaad 11 an if
rate generality -Bow are things ia
**> are a terrtbly aateaaaawM aaw
* a determined cahn arhea I toft thru
frer the Arab., ft aaly the West that
r^o*de. aho fmhma Waster,
'"uicawu to chssaeW* mt>
>--> But 1 ,CJ Seawad
BgTaato^^'v1"!4 W*^ ** ta*1
B eot Yaakos proyect -
If she says so then Israel will/ .
" w. says so, thaa
it b not
therefore a
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taa money white eraaW
bybmb
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Mr DuH- '
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20. 1956
Page 5 A
fay Jewish Center, Rabbi
liro Plan for High Holy Days
Shapiro, at the time
Ition from Beth David
two years ago the
Vv. spiritual leader in
has been named
m of the Coral Way
K.
a group of young
Center, said Wednesday the new
congregation will service some
1.000 families in the Olympia
Heights. Century Homes and ad-
jacent developments near Coral
Way west of Coral Gables.
' "We are not satisfied," Friedman
said, "to build homes for ourselves
MiKh the combination and ec0nomic stabil.lv as well, un
[eights and toral Way )ess we bui,d a religious cuUura
it. the new Crater also and social center for ourselves anc
in
I
will hold High Holy ou7 children."
in the Dado county .. .. ,
September. .Rf.bbl Shapiro is a past president
\ of the Jewish Social Service Bu-
^\;?!mfr^-:e."!ireau" the Miami Zionist District
and Zionist Council of South Flori-
da. He served as chairman of the
budget committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, history
lecturer at the University of Miami
for five years, and Jewish repre-
sentative on the "Round Table
Forum" radio program over WIOD
I sponsored by the Natioonal Con-
ference of Christians and Jews. He
is a member of the Third Army ad-
visory committee.
The Coral Way Jewish Center
will be a creative Conservative con-
gregation, Rabbi Shapiro said. "I
am undertaking the project, for
'.
ler Miami Rabbinical
**'\ am accepting this
|use of an inner com-
25 years in the rab-
them in Miami, to
111 of these veterans."
jan. president of the
issn. Offers
in Grants
nent of three United
My grants totaling
[alleviate the critical
[professionally trained this is a group based on the desire
the field of rehabilita- of moral law and discipline to fur-
ftandicapped was wel- tner the purpose of communion
Wednesday by Charles h God flnd human hfl _
lent of United Cere- rvT
Miami, 'Such a group must flourish. They
to be administered
B i-'hysical Therapy
I r i c a n Occupational
and the American
Hearing Assn., will
more physical, occu-
[speech therapists. Our
in Miami has suf-
in acute shortage of
STUDENT CONFESSES TO BURNING OF CROSSES BEfORE
HOMES OF JURORS AND TOP GOVERNMENT LEADERS
Continued from Pago 1 A his disposition of the matter.
. Presidential press secretary Jamm-
ed this sentiment, but one left be-jHagerty said tnat lhe Presjdent aP-
if.oreL ,M,r; Scoffs home read ed the decision to cali jn jfae
i Sobeloff Jews the re- pn,
mainder of the sign was burned.
Rowley forfeited $20 in bonds
rather than stand trial for mis-
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Boat Party Scheduled
demeanorsthe "kindling of bon- \ Couples Ltd., of Temple Israel,
fires." He was traced through the is sponsoring a moonlight boat
license plates on his car. The FBI party on the "Tropic Bird" sched-
was called into the case by Attor- uled for Saturday evening, July 28.
ney General Herbert Brownell, The cruise will leave from Pier 5
who reported to the President on in Miami.
RABBI MAX SHAPIKO
suffered the cruelties of war and
seek a deeper understanding j
through biblical and moral re-1
search to meet the changing con- j
ditions of our community and of
human life."
Friedman emphasized "that Rosh
Hdshona and Yom Kippur services
at the Dade county auditorium will
not be open to members of other ;
congregations in Greater Miami.
Services will be open to all service-
men in the Homestead and Greater i
Miami areas, as well as to the.
thousands of Jewish families not j
affiliated with any congregation," i
Friedman said.
ACOUSTiCQN
is proud to announce to the
HARD OF HEARING
of Miami Beach .. .
the appointment of IARRT PAKMIT os official Acmntlcam Dealer
where local service, halt trie* and tv- Net for all make
hearing aids may be ob. nei
Come in nnd SEE and HEAR with the latest H?arij Aid Glosses, or
"over-Ear" Model. Other models as low as $49.50.
Larry Parmet
600 Lincoln RoadSuite 4
Tel. JE 8-8054
(ilevatar entrance oh Pennsylvania Avenue)
wer. Many cerebral
luals remain untreat-
lack of adequately
lei. The new grants
ult in scholarship
jpective therapy stu-
itu.il!> help to round
lent teams in United
facilities," Netter
The
Dania Bank
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
vJune 3O, 1956
eric
phi
Bean Physical Therapy
American Occupa-
Assn. each received I
this year for the first
B amounting to $5,000
Ten to the American |
Blearing Assn. These
prt of the overall re
on and training pro-
d by United Cere-
rough its Research
al Foundation. The
m amounts to $454,-
rcent increase over
nditures.
by United Cerebral
i help to finance lo-
rograms for cerebral
uth Florida. A part
tions received by the
k support such nation-
als the above.
RESOURCES
Cash and due from Bonks
* '
. $5,153,021.03
is.
Ill
I
ERNMENT DEBATE
ATI0N TO MOSCOW
from Page 1 A
d Egyptian blockade
anal.
malic talks were go-
n Mrs. Myerson and
Ambassador, Israelis
first time, Hatikvah
Ik songs played over
iio. The Israel na-
which has been ta-
viet Union as a sym-
lonist movement, was
the radio from Mos-
Stadium where an Is-
am was playing the
LEASE
MI'S C10THIHG
[TUBING DISTRICT
lly 4,000 square ft.
Needle Trade,
liflht fcifft ceilioa.
3-phose wiriaa,
foot. $275 Moatk.
I.W. 23rd St.
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U. S. Govammont Bonds .... 9,325,355,88 l4J
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StatOyCowOy ewe) Mwwieipel Bond? 4,5*9,133:?* *
Other Securities....... 176,342.84 =>
Loom amd ittoonts .15,094,242.46 ^_

Installment loons ........2,197,357.21
Overdrafts........... 6,696.97
Furniture and Fixture* $29,838.02 -^
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Other Real Estate 50,920.42 342758.44 Z
Earned Interest Rocoivable .... 280,142.40
Letters of Credit- ?_
Customers Liability...... 335,826.07 u_
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Other Resources......... 41,036.60
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
Deposits.......$34,867,495.88
Letters of Credit ^ 335,826.07
Interest Collected and
Not Earned..... 157,818.38
Expenses Accrued ... 28,468.13
Other Liabilities .... 15,663.04
Capital Funds
Capital. 600,000.00
Surplus 1,100,000.00
Reserves, Undivided
Profits 366,842.39 2.066,842.39
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+Jmlst> noridUbn
Page 7 A
lind Top Literary find Reads Like Detective Tale
Mid 2"x2" micro-
lugled out of Nazi
rope over a decade
jvered last montV,
most important ad-
ludic literature in
iment of a Talmudic
Stitute at Yeshiva
New York to edit
the newly found
he only extant copy
imentaries" of the
ishov, .was announc-
fork by Dr. Samuel
lent of the univer-
Menahem Kasher,
prominent editor of Biblical texts
and author of works on Hebrew
subjects, has been appointed head
of the Institute. The project is
being made possible by the Con-
ference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany.
Joseph Rosen, Rabbi of Dvinsk,
in Latvia, (1858-1936) and called
the "Gaon" or genius of Roga-
shov, after the city of his birth,
was one of the most unique and
brilliant figures in the history of
rabbin ics. The late Hebrew na-
tional poet, Chaim Nacham Bia-
lik, characterized him: "From
one Roga.sh.over Gaon, we could
make two Einsteins."
earn to "spend the rest of my days with my
Schmidt (center), 81-year-old Yugoslav farmer
d to the United States recently with the aid of
t vice, arrives to be greeted by his family whom
eyes on for more than a decade.
Byroade from Egyptan
Post as Allen Also Gets HeaveHo
I from Pag* 1 A
ba is seen as a de-
Egypt today is con-
N* one trouble spot,
ire, veteran diplo-
es Mr. Byroade in
lg record of service
Hes. He is known
jrclcs to be opposed
[Pact because of the
the pact has caus-
|i Arabia and other
lasser camp.
>x Leader
iD Degree
Ever, spiritual lead-
Israel Hebrew Insti-
granted the PhD
fBurton College in
Colo., according
hment this week,
[the degree was re-
Fred E. Stemme,
1 president.
fillment of the PhD
Ever submitted a
'Two Worlds,"
racial studies and
lei.
raduated from New
Id Orthodox Rab-
in 1935. He is
lumcrous works, in-
fephy of Rabbi Judah
published in 1939,
pymbols," which ap-
ibbi Ever founded
Synagogue, which
ed to the present
Hebrew Institute,
in will mark its
tence on Saturday.
Ambassador Hare began work in
the Near East as executive secre-
tary of the American Chamber of
Commerce for the Levant in 1926.
He later held diplomatic assign-
ments in Constantinople, Beirut,
Cairo and Jidda.. He was a U.S.
Consul in Cairo during World War
II. In 1947, when the Palestine
issue was at the forefront, Mr.
Hare became chief of the State De-
partment's Division of Middle East
Affairs. In 1948 he was made
deputy director of the Division of
Near Eastern Affairs. He later
became Deputy Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Affairs.
Since the creation of Israel, he
served at various intervals as Am-
bassador to Saudi Arabia, Yemen
and Lebanon. In 1954 he was made
director general of the Foreign
Service.
KABHI ISAAC IV
Wish Center Schedules lawn Parly
sh Center, 6438
hold a lawn party
nan Homes, 480-500
estivitics begin at
Newly formed Sisterhood is in
charge of preparations. Heading
up arrangements are hospitality
co-chairmen Pauline Heyman and
Rose Goldin.
Possessed of an encyclopedic
mind, the Rngashov could literal-
ly reel off, volumes from memory,
as scholars who knew him have
testified. It was said that he was
his own library. Added to this
remarkable quality, was the per-
ception of an original and crea-
tive intelligence.
The Gaon of Rogashov passed
away in 1936 at the age of 78.
after having served the city of
Dvinsk for 47 years. He left be-
hind him a monumental four vol-
ume analysis of the works of
Maimonides entitled "Tsofnath
Pa-aneach" (The Explanation of
the Hidden) and a large body of
responsa, replies to questions on
Jewish law. His greatest achieve-
ment, however, were his "Com-
mentaries."
Rabbi Israel Alter Saffran-
Fuchs, successor to the Gaon in
the Dvinsk rabbinate, found the
document among the unpublished
papers of his predecessor. It was
in the form of marginal annota-
tions on. the texts of the Babyl-
onian Talmud, the Jerusalem
Talmud, plus notes on a vast body
of Jewish law. In all, the work
consisted of 7,000 pages.
Faced by the mouting Nazi
terror. Rabbi Saflran-Fuchs en-
gaged in a desperate race against
time to preserve the manuscript.
Photographing it page by page,
Dr. Samuel Belkin (right), president of Yeshiva University,
holds an enlargement of a page containing part of annota-
tions which make up "Commentaries" of Gaon of Rogashov,
Rabbi Joseph Rosen (1858-1936). With Dr. Belkin is Dr. Mena-
chem Kasher, noted researcher in biblical texts and author of
works on Hebrew subjects.
Rev. Shapiro Will
Head School Board
B. I. Binder, president of the
Hebrew Academy, Wednesday ap-
pointed Rev. Joseph Shapiro as
chairman of the board of educa-
tion for a period of one year.
Rev. Shapiro, one of the found-
ers of the Hebrew Academy eight
years ago, was an active Academy
director and a member of the
board of education during these
years. He is also secretary of the
Agudath Haschochtim of Greater
Miami.
In accepting the appointment.
Rev. Shapiro said that "I am de-
lighted to accept the chairmanship.
I have personally witnessed the
growth of the Academy from its
inception eight years ago as a Kin-
dergarten tto a complete elementa-
ry and junior high school depart-
ment."
Rev. and Mrs. Shapiro, who is
active in Hebrew Academy Wom-
en, are the parents of three Aca-
demy students, Sidney, Jack and
David.
he mailed it out piecewise in
small packages to his cousin, Mr.
H. Saffran. in the United States.
He managed to complete the job
before the Nazi fires reached
their full fury. In the holocaust
that followed. Rabbi Saffran-
Fuchs and his family, the de-
scendants of the Gaon, and the
inhabitants of Dvinsk all per-
ished.
For twelve years the existence
of the manuscript was unknown
here. When it came to the atten-
tion of Dr. Kasher, he brought it
to Dr. Belkin at Yeshiva Univer-
sity, and the project for its pub-
lication, the Torah Research In-
stitute, was formed.
Dr. Kasher, who is a world re-
nowned Talmudic scholar and
author, was born in Warsaw, Po-
land in 1896. Ordained in 1913 at
the Yeshiva of Nova-Minsk, he
served as head of the Mesifta
Academy from 1920-1924. Migrat-
ing to Israel, he founded and was
the first head of the Sefat Emet
Yeshiva in Jerusalem serving
from 1925-1927. He came to the
United States in 1927, where he
launched the monumental schol-
arly undertaking "Torah Shele-
mah," a biblical encyclopedia in
fifteen volumes containing all
known commentaries on the Bi-
ble. He is the author of numerous
works including the Encyclopedia
of Biblical Interpretation.
A researcher in biblical texts,
he holds a Doctor of Divinity de-
gree from Yeshiva University,
awarded in 1947. In 1953, he was
the recipient of the Literary Prize
of the city of Tel Aviv.
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| sem.nary for the tountag ; Jcw.
| h^r n serve B -timated J.OUU.wu Jt
, thev emphasized. "w -aw no evidence
J an ^en'u: attempt to launch this ****
JUded ;n-utuuon. We found no religious took
bricks without -*
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Roll, of Miami Jewish Schools Swdl by 1.000 Ho Students
Suoodoy School
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Over 1000 new students were
added to the rolls of the Jewish
schools of Gn "... for the
chool year I
annual st I 'he f
Buri to Education this F>:
,.
n,y bj the Bureau of peal
(All-day)
The 19M-19.-V
3.41S ll S (BJE)
tod 2331 m the afternoon

Statistics were -
piled here by Lou Sehwartxman. ted)
Bureau execu I
healthful educational laffiliated)
lown of re-;-- D
tool, 456 StU
that of the Sui I
552 student Israel I I
the growing number of Sundaj : (affiliated)
n irban area- This
tread ol more intensive education \v
in tl Is is a health- \\ (affiliated)
ful | m ol the import. BO
on Jewish education.
The Miami trend is greatly due
to the development <>f integrated
r, jj is schools, with afternoon cated for three y< Ih a slight
classesi n regular sessions, decline in 1954-1959 Again recos total numl
rnings for Hebrew nition is indicated for the greater who .,-.
[he Greater Miami figures need ol educating futun Jewish to Jewisl
the national trend, mothers, who will harmoniie th( ma) we
whi h still si teachings and experiences til the or aim- nt of the
the Sundaj school," Schwartz- Jewish schools and synagogue with Jewish child population
man indicati the Jewish home. in. this I
The second healthful Miami Past statistics published in 1954 growing national
l i- in the considerable in- 1956 have estimated a school popu- 8i percent, with smallei
ise in the registration of girls lation ol about 8.OO0 Jewish chil- communities, partial
an additional 488 in the Bui ea in the Greater Miami an v nth show
hools, and an additional 202 in with a tenative 0 percent mere. tiwartzman explained
th< n schools, disclosing a anBually. whool listii shows
increase in the registration "Today, this f iynr*- should thus th- Mead) growth ol the
{iris than of boys for the past hiee Inereased b) 720, Jewish sen*
r. This increase has been indi man said "Because oi duplication Beach, m i
Lionel Hampton, idol of American jazz fan*. rec*J
warm welcome in Israel on hia return there ior a ssconefl
recently. All of Hampton'* performancea in Israel w(|
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Continued from Page 1 A
W
in the registration at Sunday and smaller kI in the subuii
afternoon schools, the two totals ._. Tt,. ,
, areas. Toe aj -ohi>l> m
cannot be added completely I. ,,
ures submitted to the Bureau inai- "umi and "n ,h'' B,',lh r'
eate a total uaduplicated registra- rteady growth
Israel in any way. These Mate ,lon in the Jewish schools of
incuts were made in connection Greater Miami of about 6.000 11 we
with Col Naaier's arrival in Yugo- add to this Injure the number oi
-la..a. pending his trip to Brioni Jewish children who withdrew
far talks with Yugoslav president {rom thl, ^,1* ^^ (1 h
Mar-hall Tito and Indian Prime ,
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. **' le* -u''"'s ,,M,ut 20 ^"^x of
Emphasizing that Marshall Tito th* **** "'^"at.on. and children
would njt be influenced by Nas-
ser's anti-Israel stand. Yugoslav
diplomates here said that Israel
"need not be alarmed" and thai
Marshall Tito would utilize the
three-party conference in an at-
tempt to bring about "a greater
calm" in the Middle East
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nominee to the Florida State Sen-
ate, will be guest speaker at a
B'nai B'rith luncheon meeting
Tuesday noon, July 24. in the Di-
Lido hotel. Lodge president is
George Kronengold. Gershon S.
Miller is luncheon chairman.
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i. Hiiturday K:S0 a.m.
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8 IES. 2343 Coral Way.
riO. 2425 SW 3rd avo.
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William W. Upson.
500 SW 17th ava. Or-
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Louis Gartaahaut.
TH. 12201 NW 17th
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Ab 12 6:54 p.m.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixi* hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Hanry Okalica. Cantor Maurice
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami avo. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herseo. Cantor Albort
Giants.
Friday 8:S0 p.m. Hermon: "Comfort
Through CoiiraKe." Saturday a.in
Hrrmon: Keaffli matlon of th Trn
('uiaman
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wait
avo. Amoricon Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora avo. Conaorvativa. Rabbi
B. Loon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Pag* 9 A
Christmas Views S. America Trade
Travel, trade and manufacturing
in South American countries were
among topics discussed by Miami
Mayor Randall N. Christmas when
ho appeared as guest speaker at
the Greater Miami Manufacturers
A.ssn.'s luncheon meeting this
week in Miami Springs Villas.
The Mayor recently returned
from an extended goodwill tour of
Central and South American coun-
tries, a trip he took to further pro-
mote friendship and understanding
between the Americas.
Otis E. Dunan is president of the
Manufacturers Assn., and other of-
ficers are Leonard Hinds, Jr., and
Lloyd Jaye, vice presidents; A.
Vernon Weaver, Jr., secretary; and
Louis F. Garrard, treasurer.
Purpose of the group, which is
composed of Miami manufacturers,
is to boost Miami made products.
kEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
[Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
>B. 301-311 Washino-
>dox. Rabbi Trbor
Maurica Mamches.
IAEL. 135 NW 3rd
Rabbi Arlo Backer.
a
.AH. 935 Euclid avo.
>i Joseph E. Rackov-
BLES CENTER. 320
Liberal Rabbi Morris
B Irving Robinson.
I-GRANADA. 50 NW
eervativ*. Rabbi Lao
BK Abraham Da via will
Btiire of Rahul Helm
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Conservative. Rab-
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ad. Conservative.
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i at., Hollywood. Con-
i Samuel Loror.

>D TEMPLE SINAI.
[Hollywood. Conserv-
ivid Shapiro. Cantor
raun.
[CENTER. 3190 SW
rative. Rabbi Mor-
Cantor Samuel
Saturday 8:30 a.m.
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IAEL. 1415 Euclid
ox. Rabbi Jonah
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t for Cod.'" Satin -
.E EMANU-EL.
M avo.. Ft. Laudar-
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PARK. 164th st.
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75th at. ConsorvaHva. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitr. Cantor Edward Klein.

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

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
643S SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Friday S.tn p.m. fm-K Shabhat R:15
p.m. ajarnaaa: Modem Humane i:i.
meiita In Ant-lent Talmudic Ljw."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase avo. Liberal. Rabbi Loon
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TKMI'I.K SINAI HOLLYWOOD
I-'ii.I.i> S:3 p.m. Harry Kaplan and
An-. I A Wittanatein will officiate.
Saturday 9 a.m.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ben Grossberg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington avo. Conaorvativa.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Nerot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Krlday 8:1." p in. Cueat preacher: Pr.
.In.i,l> II Kaplan, jabld emerltua, In
a but-nee of Itabbl Narot. Sermon:
Kthita of the Katbara."

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form.
Krlday Sir. p.m. at Hint at. and NE
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'age 10 A
Blameless Byroade Blames Israel for Predicament He Made
ISRAEL ha-
been blamed by
Henry A. Byroade I
banaader to Egypt. -r Egyptian
recognition of Commun-' China
Byroad* reported that Egyp-
tian Premier Manner was so an-
gered by the French sale of 24
My-tere jet fighter- to l-rael that
he called his ruling clique to-
gether at midnight Nasser then
announced his decision to recug
Ked China He -aw th.
retaliatory blow at the West
Syria shortly thereafter ext>
similar recognition to the Pekinz
regime, acting at Nasser's sugges-
tion.
The reaction of Byroade to
these events wan that France
should be immediate!) d:-
aged from selling further jet
piane- t I-rael. Secretary of
State Dulles had Byroade j report
when French Foreign Minister
Pineau WM in Washington plead-
ing for American c operation in
arming I-rae! Pineau was turned
down France later made known
that, without Arr.< luring
i Middle Ea-t responsil
he could no longer supply
l>rael.
Byroad* insists that '' S
port of I- be avo: :
American diplomacy in Egypt is
to succeed Byroade's dip!
asidered m inept, hot
that nal demand-
::iade for hij recall for ques*
tioning It asm Byroade who hail-
ed the Commu ''an arm-
deal a> a fact-.r I bilit)
,,.r mat t v whN
roades advice api
while Egypt move.; ton ird 5
>emi satellite tart
It i- heine char*.
ton l ha' B> node's a
n hi- failure I
ca to th* danger of Nasser arms
deal i
ade justified N
trayed the deal in tw r I
President r..-< nl k
realize its true impln
ference lat
ned the deal to the Rj-
sian leader- Bu- -ented
himself with the Ru-ian reply
that it ui- "an ordinar) commer-
cial transaction"that
ted to peace and trade
in the Middle I
Khru-hch- I beaming,
seeing
East because I Hi Eis nl
failure
challe- in that
British and French dip!
the garden path bj They
'
ns in a way retnii
the mosl
r i- rai
HERBERT U. MJ'FT
Egypt's Jews Spurn the Golden Calf
IN a
in
at JTA column discuss-
-he rele
m m a n d -
d regret that Cecil
B DeVille. during hi- ex1
!>eriod. :. \
ray the Hi Noa
- Ai Pint
le's News Bureau at
mount, to tell me that actually a
emplo\ed
:
I
in the
hot- pr
' I Milled
movie n
ism. He
n the
; path taker, by Hoses and
n the
Biblical Ian i of i across
the desert wilderness and tl
went through a
. trouble I
goal
tells me th : B I I Brill.
tant director in charge of
ng and himself a .]<;
on arm
bed liaison with the J.
' Who
raiting
re the <
Of Egypt; also .,r- Mr
Hoceri prominent bank) -
pre-ident of a -;
Madame Esther, a Sepi
who heads Cairo's S
According to Pirn stoni it was
arran.
film con-;
'
worship to trai
the cast
'
men'.- On thi
me wa- v
es I
'
Grand I;
unearthed thi
A rumor had i
., .
of the worship
to be phot
" '
that the G
t ion of the 1
^ mi
worshipper- i |
Vacation is a 'Must' in Today's World
JUDAISM
showed its genius
when it made the tal
' ication mandatory The Ten
' inunandmenta bid- us l
I cation once ever
Adam and Eve. until th.
W the Tree of Knowledge lived
r a state oi cor
rimitive people I
vacations. One 0f th,
ulties the White ,
the Indian- wa- that they
o dn t want to ch ,h(1
v.eation jjoal to the
>m
tw goal,
o the rndjans. said Tl
j *M Perpetual Picic.
Indian never looked to the
row. never accumulated.
-nd killed a buffalo. He -pent hi
i>* making like a Boy Lut
But once you have partaken of
the Tree of Ki

etition. ex|
"a h or
Friends and Influence
What vacation d rP
" to the primitiv.
purchase pi ..,,
Adam
ln-';' forts, we dehghUn
agaia We ducover th,,. many of
Worries are artificial The
hucklehenie- l,n td|k ,c( u_
"" "f* ta| to u-. watch the
Krnsshopper, Hymg without any
cra-hes.
dema'
'
no dew-
ith
him H' ;
Hi
^er in CO* |
Bath.
tote" htm from the
' ''
irj adventures
bj i.r,,- N.,s-rr sees dark
. him and
i the r
nun who was
'
fr The Republics- v-
.. n
the :
nieve-
Of the
Egypt
Britain- withdrawal from the
^ic Suez base He a-ked if
Byroi ''' ,h''
: the I S S K
. lebration of this
rer ii
I! Mr
\ thai we
le to
! the
h and that we must do
quest an) quid pro
... |
botl I and
' Si Department
-peatedly ur.

n re-
turn
. the Ism
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ild bring

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IN
tin tin MiXBMN
*ABB! STtPHIN win
i*nie el mission
THE PERSONAL LITTERS Of STIPHtN WISE Erfrt*,
Wise Poli^ and Jantrs Waterman Wit*. With M
John Haynes Holmws. 27t pat. I eaten: Th Baeeael
ALWAYS KNJOY collections of letters, it \, rath|
' -omeone else's mail: other people's mail, of course h
more interevting than one"* ownbefore it has heen'rtu
In the case of 'The Personal Letters of Stephen Wlajj,"
interest is maintained long after the actual reading\
ugh the magic of the name of Stephen Wise that tail
valuable epistolary addition; after all. there have been
men who were not good letter writers. But Wise, lockih
belong in their category; in his letters, aa in hi, speech*,!
municated with his heart.
It i- toward the understanding of that heart thi
have been lovingly edited and presented by Rabbi Wue'ti
and son The collection spans a half century, from 18M <
met Ixmise Waterman, his future wife, until l!*t9. when
two years after his wife's death. Most of the letters arttl
though some of the later ones are to his children and to I
friend. John Haynes Holmes.
Part of the great charm of the letters lie. In tne
humor of the man who is known aa one of the great Jews;
ir age. Aside from the fact that Wise was in the thick of i
for justice and freedom, and that he shared every decision i
t with his wife, there is also his great. undimmishedkiiW
And with love, laughter, as in an early (1905i letter from I
I prepared m) own breakfast and a very good one Piem
h m to prepare toast. I washed the dishes very vigoroaf
-hone "
"i 11 the same man could shed whimsy and. in a flash of i
I think Wise's mind must have been constantK liiuminaWI
es. like p. rpetual lightnngwrite, in !r6 I read jt
the I deadly derelicts at sea; one of them was
l>ng dead, and frown stiff, his lifeless hand to I
1 thai i good picture of authority at the helm of rel
he living spirit, stiff and frozen authont\
h.,ted Miami. In 1920 be wrote to Louie: "ABdi
Mian i < i-t < ortey Island infested by the \a-vusrr rdj
It i- loathsome and I have just had five minute- of U KttJ
-' Thank Cod the Jews are in a small minor
appealed to th,,x> people living hi Paradise to help their I
will The bitter imoression undoubted*i
w rote: The sight of so much concentratl|
- too much for my ajwajanniiiiiij wt mi
I want t<> get out as quickly as I can The Broadnrf
:- on everything."
ifouud sense of his own mission, and aai
raisal of his value to his people I -meumesl
ing the Jewish people. Their lead. I
>n nal advantage and self-seekir- Later.I
lewtsh < m Oneva. he wrote. -Worldi
> what it did to Herzlonly I am tougaef.1
wm the heart of the world, and wih the
m the midst of a mad world In ISO, st tail
Ito massacre: I am almost demeatedl
Vnd four years later: "And that -las i< the I
tr> to set things right and b) that to
world "
fighter and tanch liberal. Stephen Wi
and oppression wherever he found M It
b) this book, allowed him to eoom
more than anyone else etold has canfhj
autht and inflamed the spirits i naayL
i great orator should go on. as always speal
SATUAX Zlfmv _
Scientific Tradition Not Yet Absorbed
in Our Culture







which

si ieaea holds the ascendancy os. r all otba
< ndeavors.
But has the tradition of science becoaei
pral part if general culture' An expert f
Nobel Print winner in Physic:, Di I R
otherwtat. In a profoundly int. resting
read at the recent Founder I' -xerrisni
e CoUegt in Philadelphia. Dr Rabi
that Our universities have not even beaaj
-imilate the tradition of science into tr
culture of educated men" and that X
the labors of many dedicated scholars to'
aned threads of our culture into a
t.rn
'"""VvimiiR,
!f!e!!^e i5 ProbaW ^m H Ten iem

STONE
in Ai
Masi
an
who
l-,n
eminent Jrwui
don. eeds \
reaoH
'f the
whose
.r..r.
'"r..,h- *>ttmann | .mmittea
Appeal as well, as of the United Irad
the same time, he is a member d the'
the Israel Bond Organ anal ion vice .
Zionut Urganuatiaei ad Aaaerica boarsll
the council of Jewish Federations aW
i und*. 'and of half-dbeen other unpatH
Jewish bodies.
While devoting aaueh of his
causes, ttfr. 9lmtt u uiao kDown for I
tie*


1956
+Jmidh fhrfdbpn
Page 11A
Sptaker
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIIKIIV (J1VKN that
" Is the topic of a
Abraham Wolfson
Lvpninff at the Sninrv ""' undei-ala-ned. desiring to engage In
rciniiK i e aviuy business undci the fictitious, name o(
im, lltn st. and cari express, m > iiiuk..
Miami, F'lortda, Intends to register
wild name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dude County, Florida.
EDCAKDo I .,-.\;l l l.l u \
7/JO-S7 8/J-10
LEGAL NOTICE
THS
at Mt. Sinai hos-
Ee following:
Ir
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the utulei sinned, dcslrlnir to ennaxe In
and Mrs. Stanley business under the fictitious name ol
* |l>i i: m.va EXPREHS CO., :ii Sth si
Annex nidg. #. MIA. Miami. Irlor-
and Mrs. James '"'a. Intanda to register said name with
, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
ifount), Hotiiii
Mrs. Erwin Jacob-1. ... ., ,. M>U!S a. key
AtfrJft ..rH,,.______
|r. and Mrs. Nathan
t
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KIDEWALK MAR A CAPE, at 113
N W fitth tract, Intend* to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad.- County, Florida.
CARMKN BBUHIN, Sole Owner
KESSLER & OARS
Attorney* fur Applicant
17R2 W. Flagler St.
/ 7/8-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMAUAW A. .'.. |
NOTICK Is IIEREBY GIVEN t|at
Mrs JosPDh Pried- IBp undersigned, desiring to engage In
mrs. jostpn rne.a | ,1KlnrBH imoVl. IllH rl(.ti(l,
iMr. and Mrs. Steve
rn to Mr. and Mrs.
ly 18.
to Mr. and Mrs.
May 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
he
to Service
:on Aids
[of Southern Florida
Larry Parmet an
ller of Acousticon
ind his office'is lo-
Incoln rd.. suite 14.
that Acoustticon
low be available for
hearing aid users
Brs of other brand
to S. W. Carlysle,
divisional manager,
the appointment
tua name of
Si\\ PROTECTIVE COMPANY, at
111'. S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Pla..
Intanda to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit court of Dad*
County, FicMi.i.i.
Wll.l IAM RACHBLBON
(Sole Owner)
'-'0-27 I .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby oivbn that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under 'he fictitious name of
81TN STATE TV SERVICE, at 1115
W. 17th An nue, Miami, Fin., Intend
i" register said name with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dnde County.
Itorlda
WILLIAM RACWELRON
IIUKilJl KRAVITZ
7/i3-so-:7 8/a
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
File A-11146
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
Junlus Harkma, holder of County Tax
Rale Certificate No. 1052 Issued the
It day of .lune, AD. 1V.4. has filed
same in my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. BaRI Certificate emi.race* the
following described property In the
County of I>ade. State of Florida, to-
wlt:
l>.t 1.1. Hlock 2. Oorr Plat of Liber-
ty city Park. Plat Honk 41, Psse
6.1. In the County of Bade, State
of Florida.
The. assessment of wild property
under the said certificate waa In the
name of: Lester Walters ft W. Minnie.
1'nleHH said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN ll.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua name of
PAINT-O-RAMA, at .12*00 N.W. 7th
Avenue, N. Miami, Fla.. Intends to
register .said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad County,
Florid*-:
Mil ICl'H l-:i{ 1 IMII.IHNCi
MATERIALS. INC.
A PlortdW Corp.
kf:ssi,f:r oars
Attorneys for Applicant
W. Flakier st-
6/29 7/8-13-20
(II maintain a full
of hearing aid hat. I described herein will be sold to the
oi neanng aid oat-1 ,,,, bldl1fr a, ,he curt olim,
makes of aids, and
24 hour service on
Explained.
is manufactured by
[Dictograph Products.
door on the first Monday In the month
of August, 19.-.6. which la the 6th day
of August, ls.'.S.
Bated this 26th day of June. 19T,6.
H. H. I.F-.ATIIFJRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Bade Count v. Flm-lrin
By S. S. MO0RE. D. C.
porates the latest (Circuit Court Seal)
hearing aid tech-
said.
NOTICI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 30*00
In Re ESTATE OF
HARRT HANDS. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
IDER FICTITIOUS
>M E LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage in
the fictitious name of
R UI'NUKY, at 3 t. Miami, Florida. In-
fr said name with the
Blrcun Court of Bade
River Service Corp., a
a Corp.. Hole Owner
AllONoVITZ,
Lppllcant
10
IOER FICTITIOUS
k M E LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring tn engage In
the fictitious name of
IE SERVICE, at .'"
Mi.unl. Florida, intends
name with the Clerk
Tourt of Dude County,
JlAUDO BeAGllI.ERA
claims-and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HARRY HANDS, deceased
late of Bade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Bade
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse in
I>ade 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 he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be balled
Bate June M. A.B. IMS.
IRENE IDA SANDS,
as Executrix of the t.ast Will
and Testament i>f
HARRY SANDS. Beceesd.
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
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Executrix
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NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huslness under the fictitious mm, of
JAMES MANOR APARTMENTS, al
IS4I James Avenue. Miami Reach;
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the CleYk of the Circuit Court
of Dude County, Florida
HARRY BCHINDBR
i:v\ BCHINDBR
MARTIN W. LONDON
m in rn s LONDON
BERNARD .1. BCHINDBR,
I iwrters
7/13-20-27 K/S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 1*1068
OBBTRI'DE ROBBIN8. Plaintiff
LEWIS KIH1HINS.
MBYBR RABNOW'ITZ. and
NORMAN BOLL, Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT AND NOTICE
TO DEFEND
TO: LEWIS BOBBINH
Residence unknown
You. LEWIS RoliHINS, are hereby
notified that u Complaint for Alimony
mi. ..nnected wkh Divorce and to
Vacate and Set Aside a certain assign-
ment of note |n the original principal
sum of 111,000.00 secured liy a chattel
mortgage on a certain laundry and
cleaning business known and operated
an Bemlix Twenty sixth Street laun-
derette, located at f.27 N. E. Seonul
Avenue. Miami. Dnde County. Florida.
recorded on November 4. lfMi Un Chat-
tel Mortgage Booh 72Q al page I
the pill.II. records >>f Dnde ('i.nrrtv,
Flilslda, which, note and chattel mort-
gage signed b> you to one
Ruhnowita by iisaignment dated
April 20. ld:.8. filed roi record April '.'
-led In f'hattel Mortgare
It.K.k 7.".t al P ig :'M of the inihlle rec-
ords of Dade Count/, Florida, has
been filed agalhst you. and you are
required to serve a copy of v.iitr an-
swer to the cnmnhilnt on MY
HEIMAN & KAi-i.AN. HO BayboM
lliiilillng. Miami. Florida, and file the
..iIkIh.iI answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore tlie 13th day of August. IJfcM. If
you f.:l to do so, Judgmenl by Default
will be taken aealnst you for tin- relief
demanded In the complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of July, 1'.6.
K B LEATHBRMAN
as Clerk, of said Clrc.lt I
By WM W STOCK INC.
Deputy clerk
7/13-20-27 K/3
LEGAL NOTICE
RINGS NAIIONAL HAKK, A K K A N b A S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ir.
business tinder the fictitious name of
DISPLAYARAMA, at 8."..1 N.E. 2nd
Ave., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit. Court
of Dade County, Florida.
MORTY FAT
6/22-29 7/6-13__________ _________
NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV C.1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
B. J. B. ASSOCIATES, at 600 7th
Street, Miami Beach. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
WILLIAM BLECHMAN and
THERESA I. RLF;<'HMAN,
l.ollS JACKSON and
JENNIE JACKSON.
JOSEPH BTONB and
JBANNBTTB STONE.
Owners
7/6-13-20-27
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 33972-B
RE: ESTATE OF
WII.MA B. HECK. Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
OISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I hare
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WII.MA B. BECK, de-
ceased; and that on the P.th day of
August. 1956, I will apply to the Hon-
orable W FRANK DOWL1NC. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of W1LMA B. Bl-:cK. de-
ceased.
This 9th day of July. 1956.
NORMAN F. SOIA>MON
120* Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
Attorney for Administrator.
7/13-20-27 8/3 ______
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaice In
1.1.sines* under the fictitious name of
I.1IK) OPTICAL CO. (not Inc.). at 6S9
N. B. 123rd St.. North Miami. Florida.
Intends to renlsfer said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count v. F*k.rlda.
SDL NCSSBAIM. Sole Owner
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 191548
BLANCHE POLLMANN, Plaintiff,
ALFRED POLLMAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALFRED POLLMANN
('> River DoWna l',;iro Track
Hamilton Coanty mm
Cincinnati, Ohio
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
HENRY M. CAIN. 2S20 West F'lagler
Street. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 30th day of
July. 1956. If you fail to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
\ on for* the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH El.OR IDI AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 23th day of June. A.D.
19i6.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By L. A. CLEARS,
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk
HENRY M. CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
?-l'ii W. Flakier St.. .Miami, Florida
:fti-i:i-20 _________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT'..
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 3S072-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
III TH DANCHE8, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
tstato of RCTH DAN'IIES. .1.
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable I'ounty Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade i'ounty. Florida, within elarht
. .ilenila r months from the date of the
first publication hereof Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and t to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section JJIM6 of
the liMo Prolwte. Ant. 81
te June 55. A D TJ.-.K.
ABE DANi'HKS M
As Administrator of the Estate of
let TH DANCHEH, Deceased
RICHARD I. LEBEN
Attorney for Admlnisiralor
1-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hf:reby c.iven that
the undersigned, desirlnie to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAH PLASTERlNq. at 2i',30 S.W.
19th Street. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
UMTS HADARO50-% Partner
RCBEN D. PURVIS50^. Partner
C.OLWMAN C.OLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrants
7/6-13-20-27 ____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 191346-B
IN RE
ADOPTION r.E MINOR
CHILDREN, KNOWN A8
CARRY MICHAEL TUMAN and
I l| WE JOY I'CMAN
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
TO: I'lllI.IP TIMAN
4'ifH) North Marine Drive
Chicago, Illinois
You. PHILIP TI'MAN. are hi
notified thnt a Petition for the Adoi.-
tion of the minor children. P.\RRY
MICHAEL TUMAN and plANB JOY
TIMAN, has been filed by OEOROR
CHEREN and HELEN D CHERBN.
his wife, and vou are required to serve
u ropy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Mid Petition on the P,',.l'i'""'rl"
Attorney. ROBERT GOLDEN, 607
Olvmpia Rulldlna-. Miami 32. ">''*;'
and file the original Answer or I le;M-
Ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or l-r..., the 1MB
dav Of August. IM6 If vou fall to do
so, Judgment by default will l '< "
against vou for the relief demanded In
the Petition ... .___ _
This notice s'.all be published
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I-l .oi:l I d AN.
DONE \ND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 'th dajr of July. IMC
B B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dnde> County. Flo? Ida
I'.v WM W. STOCK INC.
(Clr.-ult Court Seal) Deputy ( lerk
ROBERT OOLDBN
Attorney for Petitioners
fin: olvo.i.ia Building, Miami 32. Fla.
7/11-20-37 8/3
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PBTRI'B PosillvF: I "FIST CONTROL
at 161 Aragon Ave Coral Cables. P O.
Box 426. Riverside Slut Ion, Miami,
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
HENRY c. PETRI. Sole Owner
MARt-OW. SINNAMON and
maruhv, Attorneys
804-S I^angford Bid*.. Miami 32. Fla.
L'7 8/3-10
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAM*7 LAW
NOTICE IS HERFHY C.IVEN thnt
Hie undersigned, deslrlne to enrage In
buslneeu under the fictitious name of
SANDY'S, at 127 S.E. 1t S'reet; Mi-
ami. Florida. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Cmin'v. Klnrt.'a
Mv E. I. i:\ey
MARK BH.VBRBTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
ltd l lm ln Pd Miami Beach. FTa.
7/20-27 8/3-10
ATTENTION
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned. deSlrlnr to eneare In
bualneea under the fictitious name of
THK1 MRIJXTW MI'SH' CO (not Inc '
at 4lfiS Post Ave.. Miami Beach, in-
tend to register said name ultli the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of IHtde
County, Florida.
Wll.l I \\I I EVEY
MELVIN SCHWARTZ
KBR8LBR i cars
Attorney! for Appii. ants
1 .1 W FlaKler St.
7/8-n-20-'J7 ____
NOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business \inder the fictitious name of
FINE POTATO CHIP CO (Not Inc ),
at IM N K i,i.th St., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida.
IRVINC. F1EN
KESSLER OARS
A ttoi nej lor Applicant
17SJ W FlaulgT Street
7/13-20-27__8/J_________t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENNEL BAR. at 3632 N. W 7th
Btreet, Miami. Fla., Intende to register
said name with the Clerk "/the Cli-
cult Court of
( Qnde Cojmt\
ANTHONY c MF.NOTTI,
i Sole ow net
KESSLER Attorneys for Applicant
West Flagler 81
7/13-20-27 8/J
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOU9
N JkMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "t
BTONB PAINT* WALLPAPER CO..
at :.o Sunset Drive. Intend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT W. STONE
EDITH H. STONE
KESSLER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1782 W. Flagler St.
/2 7/6-13-20___________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 191CZS
THOMAS S. CLARK and DOROTHY
LOUISE CLARK, his wife. Plaintiffs,
vs. .
WE8LEY HIRSHBURO et ux et al..
Defendants
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: WF;sLEY HIRSHRCRC. and
SADIE JONAS HIRSHB1-RO. his
wife. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN:
and F. J. BRICKEN and LIL-
I4AN I* BRICKEN, his wife.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN; If
said persons are living, and Ir
dead, all unknown persons having
or claiming any Interest In md to
the hereinafter deserilM-.i r.-ai
estate, lying ;.nd being in lade
County, F'lorlda, namely and
"l,o|M -, 6 and 7 In Block 10
of BOULEVARD addition
To HOMESTEAD, FM.or-
IDA, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book
it Page M of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florid.i.
as heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
signees, successors. creditors.
tin-tees, receivers, executors or
administrators, or other claim-
ants by, through and'or under
the -aid named defendants.
Y< IV AND EACH OF' YOU are here-
bv notified that a Complaint to Quiet
Title t" the above described property
bas been filed againil you In this
Cause, and you are required to file an
answer to said Complaint with the
plaintiffs attorney. MAX R. SILVER,
Is.l.l Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original answer In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dole Countv. Florida, on or before
July 31. 1 !'.">. otherwise said complaint
will be taken as confessed by j
DATED si Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of June. IT.fi
r R LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the clr.-ult Court
I'.v M. C GREEN,
(Circuit Curt S.;cli Deputy Clerk
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiffs
/2 7/6-13-20
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Leonard Wian is out of town on a trip that will
[take him to the principal capital cities of Europe.
First stopover last Friday, however, was in our own
(Washington, D. Cto visit daughter Carol* Porter,
[ whose husband, Larry, is stationed with the Army
[Transport Corps in Newport Newa, Va. .
Leonard also visited with family in Gotham
I is scheduled to embark Sunday with Miami Beach's
I a trip to Rome, Istanbul, Israel and Paris. .
prybody knows, the duo, along with Beachites Dan
    industry. .
    be the subject of many business talks in Paris,
    incidentally, is also scheduled to meet another
    ly there, by the way. JoMpliin* is "doing" the city
    Favor and Andria Rutkin.
    tan hotel was festively decorated on the 14th for a
    >n and shower honoring bride-elect Carol Washer...
    It the lovely occasion were Art. Jack Muravchick
    ?r, Mrs. Gerard (Jowol) Schainuck. Miniature um-
    1 colors formed a gay point of conversation for the
    ft. .
    [graduated from the University of Miami in June, is
    >r. Morton Goto. She and Jowol have been friends
    jentary school days.
    >a>
    ilotfis, 340 W. 42nd st.; are back from their recent
    la. .
    for a relaxing weekend were the couple's brother
    Mr. and Mr*. Julian Balogh, 242 Merrill Mill,
    Bobby (the David B.'s) and Bryan (the Julien B.'s)
    vacationers on their golfing and fishing jaunts.
    erican cruise is in the offing for Ma* and Larry
    feave their 9930 W. Broadview dr. home Aug. 2. .
    k on the Delta liner Del Sud in New Orleans. It
    home" brunch affair for Mr. and Mrs. Harold
    Algiers hotel. Champagne punch, orchids and
    tions carried out the theme in honor of the couple
    rope. Hosts were the Seymour Gopmans, Wil-
    d Morton Fishers. The returning executive
    the Food Fair chain. .
    >>>
    Islands Mayor and Mrs. Shepard Broad and daugh-
    aining a happy vacationer from Highland Park,
    brown. Mother Mrs. Ira Brown and the Broads are
    [Comings in Brief Dep't.: Business exec Joe Schein-
    his vacation, but Mrs. S. and children Terry and
    [taking it easy in Chicago. The Martin Liebermans
    ira and Stephen left Friday for Philadelphia,
    stay here with the Budd Howards, North Miami
    0nd Mrs. Henry Blum, Jefferson ave., are in Hong
    (honeymoon trip around the world and expect to
    in mid-September. Back from their three-week
    [to do are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abets. After see-
    ones off to camp, they went to Steubenville, ().. to
    er residents Mr. and Mrs. James Anathans. Next
    file, N.C., for the nuptials uniting in marriage the
    i Wolf son and Jack Waxenborg. Final jaunt before
    tir N. Bay rd. home was in Clayton, Ga., where Mr.
    saw her parents, the Arthur Unsars. .
    Kapells, of Pass-A-Grille Beach, Fla., are visiting
    [entertained by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Mrs. K. is
    Mingest sister. .
    that she is also the mother of the late WiMem
    tionally renowned concert pianist, who was killed
    rash near San Francisco on October 29, 1953, while
    a tour of the Far East.
    V- a a >>>< a a
    th Front: Born to Lillian and Howard C. Stain, 1040
    Sunday, June 24 at Jackson Memorial, a son,
    rho weighed in at 10 lbs. j <>z .
    [president of Miami Beach Masada and will be teach-
    Testview Junior High come September. .
    the Brith was Lillian's mother, Mrs. Dora Naff.
    a tour of Europe this week is Mrs. Inei Kronsfcy, of
    ring her on the three-month jaunt across the con-
    W-in-law Mrs. A. Morris Krensky, of Chicago.
    K>>>>>CCCC
    Decky, 1535 Meridian ave. is off to Atlantic Cty,
    [and then the Catskills. Accompanying her is daugh-
    .Herry Decky, 935 9th st. .
    ng to New York and Boston on Monday for a two-
    prill be neighbor Annabelle Kapcan, 1530 Meridian,
    ton Federal staff.
    [>>>>
    Mrs. Abraham Cassel are in Europe, after sailing
    rk aboard, the SS United States. .
    will spend most of their time abroad in Israel, in
    bfl extended stay with his mother, who resides in
    Europe, that is the coming destination of Lake-
    and Carl Wainkle. .
    r*. the couple have been in California. The Weinklos
    tham Town jaunt before taking off for the continent.
    f >>>
    r us Trau has left for Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville,
    [the remainder of the summer. .
    Ily made the headlines with his gift to the Jewish
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    Miami. Florida. Friday. July 20, 1956
    Section B
    Shown above (left to right, front row), at
    recent patriotic rally sponsored by Miami
    Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, are former Sen.
    and Mrs. Claude Pepper; Irving Schatzman,
    vice president of lodge; George Kronengold,
    president; Daniel M. Broad, vice president;
    Mrs. Gershon M Miller. Second row are
    Jack M. Fink and Gershon S. Miller, rally
    co-chairmen.
    NATIONAL COUNCIL Of JEWISH WOMEN'S REPORT
    North American Woman Leader Surveys Her Counterpart
    By MRS. JOSEPH WILLEN
    When the author proposed to
    women of the sharply divided Jew-
    ish communities of South America
    that thev should unite to wor\ to-
    gether, they found the idea "en-
    chanting." Mrs. Willen. who is
    both president of the International
    Council of JeWQh Women "in on vice president of tha NC/W of
    the United States, toured eight
    countries in South America, whose
    total Jewish population it next in
    size to those of the United State*
    and Israel.
    "It is much harder for us South
    American women to have outside
    activities because we have to man-
    age our servants," one woman told
    me. "You North American women
    have more spare time because you
    do all your housework."
    This amusing idea is not typical
    of South American Jewish women,
    but it points up an interesting fact
    of their lives. The average Jewish
    family is in the middle class, which
    means it has at least one servant.
    The woman's day is arranged
    differently than in North America.
    Her husband, as well as her chil-
    dren, come home for the big mid-
    day meal which, with the siesta,
    lasts until 3 p.m. Since she spends
    her morning at household activi-
    ties and arranging for this meal,
    her day does not really begin until
    late afternoon. It is quite common
    for her meetings to last until 7:30
    or 8 in the evening.
    She has. on the whole, at least
    as much leisure time as the Ameri-
    can woman. She pays more atten-
    tion to clothes than we do. Since
    she has to have them made, she
    spends a lot of time studying pat-
    terns in all the world's magazines,
    shopping for textiles, visiting her
    dressmaker, or doing her own sew-
    ing. The only partial exceptions
    are in Buenos Aires and in Mexico
    City, where she can buy ready-
    made clothing, especially beautiful
    skirts and blouses, in many small
    shops.
    Her child studies either at a
    Jewish day schoola yeshivaor,
    in Argentina and Uruguay, which
    have strongly established public
    school systems, at a Jewish after-
    noon school The school, like the
    synagogue, is orthodox. In spite
    of her formal affiliation, she does
    not necessarily keep a kosher
    home.
    I went to South America on a
    kind of missionary expedition, to
    stimulate growth of Jewish wom-
    en's organizations. Like most
    North Americans, I used to think
    Continued on Poo* 3 B
    B6 Women Sponsor Member Luncheon
    Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
    B'rith Woeaen will hold a "member-
    bring a member" luncheon and
    Back From Vacation
    Mrs. Celia L. Berliner, of 541
    SW 24th rd., has returned home
    after a visit with her relatives in
    New York City. While away, she
    spent two weeks at the Raleigh
    hotel in the Catskill Mountains in
    South Fallsburg.
    'card party on Thursday noon, July
    26.
    Site of the function is the home
    of Mrs. Mary Alper, 1715 Calais
    dr., Miami Beach.
    According to Mrs. Violet Davis,
    president, hostesses will be the
    Mesdames Ida Optner, Yetta Shaf-
    kin and Rae Frank.
    Chairman of membership is Mrs.
    Esther Lerman. Co-chairmen are
    Mrs. Helen Reich and Mrs. Dor-
    othy Burg.
    IUi. JOSfPN MILltN
    Southwest Women Name Temporary Roster of Leaders
    Mrs. Jerome Rifkin has been
    named temporary chairman of the
    newly formed Southwest Jewish
    Center Sisterhood.
    Other temporary officers ap-
    pointed here include the Mesdames
    Leonard Harris, vice chairman;
    Jack Bolner, corresponding secre-
    tary; Joseph Boise, recording sec-
    retary; Milton, Miller, treasurer.
    The Mesdames Abraham Levi-
    tan. chaplain; Abraham Lechinsky,
    historian; Norman Leventhal and
    Bikur Cholem Group in Final Meeting
    Last meeting ot the season for
    Bikur Cholem Convalescent Home
    of Greater Miami will be held in
    the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
    hotel Monday morning.
    The meeting will be followed by
    a luncheon and card games. Plan-
    ning committee co-chairmen are
    Mrs. Vicki Roe and Mrs. Edward
    Elkin.
    Hostesses for the event are Mrs.
    Isidore Cohen, Mrs. Eva Leopold,
    Mrs. Harry Einhorn. Mrs. Albert
    Klein, Mrs. Jacob Wexler, Mrs.
    Pauline Belanoff, Mrs. Kalman Sha-
    piro. Mrs. Edith Brenner and Mrs.
    Joseph Kosstrin.
    Highlighting the afternoon's ac-
    tivities will be vocal renditions by
    Mrs. Alexander Dellerson, of Surf-
    side. She will be assisted at the
    piano by Mrs. Aida Yaslo, for
    many years affiliated with radio
    as a concert pianist.
    Harry Klein, membership; Norman
    Richman, fund raising; Harry Hey-
    man and Louis Goldin, hospitality.
    The Mesdames Morris Harris, re-
    ligious and education; J. Saluk,
    telephone; F. Fried, sunshine; Lou-
    is Grossman and Jack Dayan,
    transportation; and Djuretta Weiss,
    program.
    Summer meetings of the wom-
    en's organization are on the first
    and third Thursdays of each month
    at the Center, 6438 SW 8th st.
    First social event of the new
    Sisterhood will be a card and mah
    jongg party Thursday evening,
    July 26. Mrs. Goldin and
    Mrs. Heymah are hostesses, accord-
    ing to an announcement Wednes-
    day by Mrs. George Cohen, pub-
    licity chairman.



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    . ( the affair illberanl.
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    Katz. 2300 SW 214 ter are
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    a Rubinstein Gourielli, art patron and collector.
    fconstruction of new Pavilion of Art in Tel Aviv,
    Ited to development of modern Israeli artists and
    imuel Rubin, president of American Fund for
    Ions, is shown left. Right is Consul General of
    Cecil Hyman.
    NEW YORK Photographs in
    full color of a silver and leather
    cover for the Holy Scripture was
    part of an exhibit commemorat-
    ing the 80th birthday of Mrs.
    Felix M. Warburg at the Jewish
    Museum of the Jewish Theologic-
    al Seminary of America here re-
    cently.
    The Bible cover was commis-
    sioned by the board of directors
    and the faculty of the Jewish
    Theological Seminary of America
    from Ilya Schor, noted New York
    artisan and silversmith, as a gift
    for Mrs. Felix M. Warburg on the
    occasion of her 80th birthday.
    Also in the anniversary exhibit
    were six paintings by Eleanor
    Flak of the building at 1109 Fifth
    ave. as it looked when it was the
    Warburg family home. The build-
    ing was presented to the Semina-
    ry in 1947 by Mrs. Warburg as a
    memorial to her father, Jacob H.
    Schiff, her brother, Mortimer
    Schiff, and her husband.
    Ilya Schor, who designed and
    executed the Bible cover, is a
    Polish-born artist, who has lived
    and worked in New York City
    since 1941. In 1949, he made a
    silver cover for the High Holy
    Day Prayer Book, Sephardic Rit-
    ual, which the faculty of the
    Seminary presented to Mrs.
    Warburg on her 75th birthday.
    The Hebrew inscription on the
    Bible cover is the passage from
    Numbers, 6:23-24, "On this wise
    ye shall bless the children of
    Israel; ye shall say unto them:
    The Lord bless thee and keep
    thee; The Lord make his face to
    shine unto thee, and be gracipus
    unto thee; The Lord life up His
    countenance upon thee, and give
    thee peace."
    Silver and leather cover for Holy Scriptures designed and exe-
    cuted by Ilya Schor, noted artisan and silversmith. Cover
    was commissioned by board of directors and faculty of Jew-
    ish Theological Seminary of America for presentation to Mrs.
    Felix M. Warburg on .the occasion of her 80th birthday, cele-
    brated recently.

    lerican Woman Leader Surveys Her Counterpart
    rom Page 1 B
    (if at all) as a
    and dictatorships.
    re vast differ-
    countries.) What
    to go there was
    Rnat, on this conti-
    so close, and to
    to little attention.
    ish population of
    size to those of
    and Israel,
    country has the
    in of Jewish groups dress.
    and welfare organizations join to-
    gether." Since then, this group has
    had three planning meetings.
    But when I came to Santiago,
    my objective seemed, for a time,
    hopeless. I discussed it with a
    Jewish community leader. He said,
    "Your idea is wonderful, but you
    are 20 years ahead of your time."
    I had insisted, as I did every-
    where I travelled, that representa-
    tives of all the separate Jewish
    women's groups of Santiago be in-
    vited to the meeting I was to ad-
    origin: Sephardim,
    Germans and, in
    ises. The only ex-
    rateness are in the
    When we met, the 12 women as-
    sembled agreed: "We need a unit-
    many additional, ed organjjation badly. It may take
    h has its own or- j us tn,.ee or |0ur years to achieve,
    ng care of its own | but this is the time to begin work-
    needy children, its n^ jor ^ <
    My visits everywhere brought to-
    gether the Jewish women of dif-
    nal Council of Jew-, ferent nationality groups .often
    lliates 1n Mexico, |for tne very first time And it
    gentina; in the af-.turned outt not only in Chile but
    Women's Interna,-,in tne otner countries I visited
    rganization; and in Argentina. Brazil, Uruguay, Vene-
    zuela, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico
    ncils in some cities. that j was not ahead of my time,
    simple message to j was in fact exactly in time, for
    en leaders of each tnere is a g,.eat awakening taking
    them about the In- piace jn south America today, and
    cil of Jewish Worn- tnis jnciudes the Jewish commu-
    that Jewish women | nity A rapid industrialization is
    revamping many aspects of life in
    the rich continent. In the brand-
    should unite, re-
    tir national origins,
    to their communi-
    rs and as citizens.
    received after my
    h woman of Santi-
    tes: "I have spoken
    jr of my institution
    [German ladies, who
    with the following
    ill Jewish charity
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    ithod of tinging
    unlirmttd ran#e).
    guida all kinds of
    new looking cities, tall shining
    buildings stand side by side with
    huge blocks of slums. The very
    modern mixes with the medieval.
    Jewish philanthropic institutions
    today still emphasize stark relief
    needs: a roof overhead and three
    meals a day for the needy. But
    there are those in each community
    who are beginning to think of
    broader needs and of training
    volunteers for social welfare de-
    velopment.
    Biscayne Plaza Dollar Day
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    Gift Items Drastically
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    Opens Offices
    Dr. L. Nathan Fellow, chiroprac-
    tor, has opened offices for prac-
    tice of chiropractic at 1224 NW
    liqth st., in North Miami.
    He formerly practiced six years
    in Evansville, Ind., specializing in
    the care of industrial injuries of
    the lower back.
    Dr. Fellow had three years of
    chiropractic training at the Palmer
    .School of Chiropractic at paven-
    Iport, la., and two years at Logan
    j College of Chiropractic at St.
    | Louis, Mo.
    Dr. Fellow is a member of Flor-
    ida Chiropractic Assn., National
    Chiropractic Asn. and the Inter-
    national Chiropractic Awo.

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    Two prominent Miami Beach residents arc makiaj
    headquarters close to home at Waldmans Crown hotel. .. *j
    j< beautiful, and we can beat the heat here just as we",-
    Kos 814 Michigan, and real eatate executive MerrH Stsu.
    Venetian Way B<*h are active in the Masons. Shrine. Bn*j
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    charU. .1Iird ,1 Sky Lake <'amP^r*adLt wnphre. ^
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    Or and Mrs. Herbert Santfaeaan. 2560 SW 10th st
    staff worker at Jewish Family Service. .
    Speaking of Sky Lake. Swaan
    .wards thenone for swim
    archery She I the daught
    dr Other award winners included Nancy Well.m, Lnai
    L.Ur.n Brown, with Bud Mwdoff taking first prue m **,,
    Hn parent* are prominent Miami Beacnttea Dr. and Mrs.
    Medoff. 345 N Shore dr. .
    IpjnjUIT JAM? m MAStAW TMVIStO* UK Oft TW SO
    Planning a three-day jaunt starting Friday are the SehV

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    fore Rabbi "^'nE Lehrm*" ,n J
    pm r
    Duptu : !j7
    Miami Beach
    Tbebnd. liter of Mrs
    Ann. Culihrrf. 1220 Collins *
    Her husband bl the son of Hi*
    M \\V 3rd st
    ,n of h
    , was Mr- BiBBh I
    nan
    * formerly of Balti- tkru Morton 2isfc Site of their travels will be rfaaaaa.njf,,
    more ^ -nple purp,,^ of the occasion is to celebrate ftars. Rhodes' birthday.
    organs *,H M ,n M'- *'"" Krasne are telling friends that they'll be off to Ha]
    1>n ust TV executive Law Ruwrrch, 6173 Alton rd has ben,
    lD js a m I !i r;" Ingtoa on bUMneta. Plan* call for Law to take off on a br|
    -B'riUl v' ^cation on his return. .
    Viami Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise arrived last week to spend two
    Out-of-town thr wri1 Duncraggan Inn. Hendersonville. N.C. They were later
    din the Georae Goodfriends, Miami and New York. The two
    listen While vacationing in Mexico City. N Venetian dr.lj
    Alperts have been guests at the Hotel Bamar. Back after aj
    tie tour of national parks in the country are Mr. and svi|
    L. Schreiber
    At*S. tOMT MlfSS
    N ... Hid ||n Herbert
    :-. New tir-
    i remony i
    ner in the candlel
    Ritz Pi P'e are
    \\v 3rd -
    MIS. CHAKLtS IDilSON
    Kletter, Edelson
    Choose N. Miami
    sheila Kletl
    bride of Charles Harvej n in
    ible ring ceremony a!
    me. 832 NE 1-wh N
    Miami, on Saturday. Rabbi !!
    ica, of North D
    (enter, officiated at the 8.30 pm
    The bride of
    Mr and Ifrs I-r. K i tti for-
    merly of Albany n v Her h isl
    l- the son of Mr- Louis I
    N. Miami Beach, l nnerlj
    ester, N v.
    N< arlya -.'a
    lace over taffeta Hi
    h illusion \eil was held in
    place by a headband ol nylon
    with lace app:.
    rls.
    Sh< of
    pearls given to her '
    n and carried a I
    quet of white carnations i
    b) i white orchid
    Li '.. Este li K ptter n
    of honor for her sister
    A reception followed tl
    mony, The couple will n
    12211 NE 6th avt '.
    PALMISTRY Rev. M. J. Cohen,
    TL/ALIST Afl wr MD*Ml Has bOn prict -3 Ai
    * f-orr ma*, ''it tin **' yr Appro-to ty Wtttm
    Cn tf P'< P'"t "* '"tut, HoasMtal *n -'
    Mi" ")' B-t *' yo at a succcnfui mcW.
    lonely? %t*m guarantees *!? actin. Am J
    r. ota '- p*cn "**" **" 'm*r known Bai Tfnak 4 ASMI
    v.. -. !odir MADAME LIA. 1711 JC 4-1717
    *. A ?"!*- Avt. FO' itpomlml call aBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBJ
    ML S 1^^^^^^
    WANTED
    TO SMAIf MIAMI
    WOMAN TO SHAIE MIAMI BfAOl
    AfAITMfNT. iMtintti ktay oitrorrod. > ****IM
    Televkiaa. arivott kwrtu Can -S. *" w-MU.
    Maaaoy thr.,h FriaWy M t-l$21.
    HOUSEKEEPER WANlri
    gsfJIttAl wOtrSfWOtK. Skwel
    Mrs. trirstnl
    ti blarkMtone
    I low it shops
    tt sarvt yn
    21 hours
    aaawj JE 1-15M
    *!
    Warkars
    m
    37 4L $1* $1 ft1
    AL MtlOENBEa
    BERNARD
    M. CHARIFF,
    A N N 0 U N C I $
    THE Of MM Of IMS MtAMf BtACM OffKI
    MS. CHMtfS SONNE
    ly Rose Plans for Oct. 3 Rites With Martin Smith
    US9 MKNICAN AVENUE
    Procfice limited fo Mftiffcf Re-ucfioi
    OffKE KOUtS: Mawawy thrw tnlafiwf I a-aa. H $ r*
    Wedawsdwf 1* sun. la 1 -
    FOfl A^fOssVTaifWT PfMNi Jf B-S220
    '

    F rslty Of Miami, where -he w
    ; ; active i,ita I,u ,
    4 Mr. and Mrs Mil- ly< l'1';
    Mr. Smith graduated from the
    200 Chase a\e., Miami
    ttended the I'ni-
    University of Miami, where be wi member of Alpha Epsilon Pi frs "tlld WES I l(/k('(l
    - ^ 'Sweetheart'
    sni uncei
    I,
    nan.
    tlumenthaj
    mn.
    fAatfO SOUB
    HSOtl
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    WarM Famat Ca'itiaa Saasaa May 30rh W
    Anarkaa la. >.,..; ml Saw a Wea* CaM^ *lw*
    P'ot j.i Entrttammenl >n our Wacraation ,a _j kJlJ
    Write far Fret l.tklet Yeer HwsH, llwacke swl >
    fa* aj.,af.iBf_jr- AVt. W wtnWUONVsUL NC.
    *J JUDY ftOSf

    Mr I'.lumenthal

    M' SNfllA M0LANS
    ""' I wvarntj ot v,mi
    Sisterhood Heors Cues7
    hood meeng SlSdVy
    speaker. svut>- was guet
    In Dade Federal Your ScvfcfS NOW EARN -.,,. <
    ... with INSURED SAFETY *'
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    OfFKIS mi S.W. tsw St. $"^
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    ntST MORTGAGE HOCtfY AYAHAttJ


    20, 1956
    ^l^n^rH^r
    *~*
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    IBM A KQSS
    Eaufman
    in August
    Clarence A. Ross of
    and New York City
    [of Miami, announce
    It of their daughter,
    [>rman R. Kaufman.
    fleet attended the
    Miami, where she
    of Alpha Epsilon
    (and graduated from
    )1 of Fashion De-
    rk.
    is a member of the
    the University of
    100I.
    son of Mr. and
    Kaufman, of New-
    ited from the I'ni-
    and attended law
    le was president of
    fraternity and is
    inager of a Chevro-
    [Forest, Hills.
    Iding is planned.
    obinson
    ding Date
    will become the
    H A. Robinson Aug.
    eoln Manor restaurant
    L Ji B i*h
    pon graduation and
    |y was held in June
    bhe bride's parents,
    el S. Cohen, 3660
    raduated from Mia-
    School where she
    [Girl and a member
    cil. She is employ-
    Sral Hydraulics Co.
    id bookkeeper.
    is the son of Mr.
    L. Robinson, 624
    le graduated from
    jh School and Flor-
    rsity.
    lute from the Uni-
    i Law School in
    vice president of
    employed as an
    State Fire and
    Co.
    ice
    'Ian Rites
    text Month
    [Ettinger and Fred
    ling an Aug. 5 wed-
    e of the bride's
    Mrs. Sidney Et-
    18th st.
    the son of Mrs.
    1018 Euclid ave.
    om Miami Beach
    attended the Uni-
    |a and the Universi-
    is a member of
    Power Squadron.
    t graduated from
    Igh School and at-
    versity of Miami,
    a member of the
    Childhood Inter-
    ture Teachers of
    NOTICE
    BKKl
    tR FICTITIOUS
    i AW
    KHY C1VE.V lhat
    tiling to eiiKi*" In
    fl> llllniis num. i.f
    Ml/rv CO., t Etolv*-
    pjcllcl Avrnu*. Miami
    Ptt-nrl to l.rlntrr KB III
    :i |>unt\.
    Slll'LL
    iRY SHI'I.I.
    U HltCLl,
    i.N
    thur Realty Co.
    Burke, Lavan
    Betrothal Told
    An actress and member of th4
    public relations staff of National
    Broadcasting Company in New
    York, Miss Ellen Burke is engaged
    to marry Joseph Tomas Lavan. a
    graduate student in engineering at
    Johns Hopkins University in Balti-
    more.
    The bride-elect's parents, Mr.
    and Mrs. Joseph Burke, announced
    the couple's engagement here this
    week.
    Residents of Baltimore, Mrs.
    Burke and her daughter have been
    visiting Mrs. Burke's sister, Mrs.
    Leo Minkoff, at 4001 Granada blvd..
    Coral Gables. The betrothal was
    revealed at a family dinner in the
    Fontainebleau hotel in honor of
    Miss Burke's birthday.
    Mr. Lavan is a graduate of the
    University of Michigan. His par-
    ents are Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
    Weisz, of Montevideo, Uruguay.
    Miss Burke is a graduate of the
    University of Miami, and credited
    with being the youngest student
    ever to graduate from there. She
    was 18 years old at the time.
    Her grandmother is Mrs. Isaac
    Rosenberg, of Coral Gables.
    Page 5 B
    TV's "Medic" program was cited by Dr. Walter MacLaren.
    president of Los Angeles Society of Allergists, on behalf of
    Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver for
    the program's film on asthma which "performed a vital public
    service in alerting the nation to the perils of asthma in chil-
    dren." Here (left to right) Barry Atwater and Butch Bernard,
    actors of the program, receive the citation from Dr. MacLaren
    in the presence of Mrs. Bess Jaffe, president of the Home's
    Hollywood chapter.
    Met Fiance at
    Fraternity Fete
    Dolores Millicent Schatzman and
    Arthur Louis Rosean first met at
    a fraternity party. Now they are
    planning to be married Aug. 12 al
    the Algiers hotel.
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schatzman,
    520 SW 21st rd., are announcing
    their engagement. Mr. Schatzman
    has been a resident of Florida foe
    25 years.
    The bridegroom-to-be is the son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Jay Ro-
    sean, 2600 SW 25th st.
    The bride-elect graduated front
    Miami Senior High School and
    attended University of Florida, and
    University of Miami.
    Mr. Rosean graduated from Mia*
    mi Senior High School where he
    was active in football. After two
    years in the U.S. Army Engineers,
    he attended the University of Flor-
    ida, where he was a member of Pi
    Lambda Phi fraternity. \
    He plans to finish his education
    at the University of Miami.
    CROWN FENCE
    Max Goldberg (seated), president of Illinois Baking Co.,
    accepts check for $151,000 from committee of employees in
    Chicago95 percent of whom are non-Jewishon behalf of
    Hebrew Theological College building fund. When employees
    learned Goldberg had been appointed co-chairman of the fund
    for the renowned rabbinic seminary, they organized spontane-
    eous campaign to help erect new 16-acre campus in Skokie,
    111. The Max Goldbergs were winter guests at oceanfront
    Sterling hotel, Miami Beach-
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    '""withD'Artega at Sunday Concert
    ond stint in as many week- a- ^ dedicated to the theme of
    conductor of the University alcade of mu,|C sharing
    .,mi Summer >>mph.n> <>r- podium with P'Artcga will
    evenmg at the -W P"*11*
    jm.
    The pro-ram will mclude We
    F.edermaus Chert urrhy Straus
    U Plu. Que Lente. Pemy. Tale>
    m ,heW Vienna ***
    i^nc.-fp.mNatoma. Her
    J -e. OffenhacH-
    TKhaikowsky; Stradivari
    ,m-
    mer symphony m Am.
    nr
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    bjfidl pi I' "
    He can hand
    Hon, piano, vtolta, I
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    nu:
    linorand
    nphonj
    He ed the 75*iece Nea
    Orchestra
    m Symphonj
    port. I-I He
    n Town Hall lasl
    MARION COUNTY RAHCH
    465 ACRES
    E,. ^rdjrr- t.r*. fK^. TJJJ
    .rice SS5,000. at Nttta as >",5t*
    dawn wi ,_
    Context Ji- Nrfl*, **
    HERBERT GOLDMAN, f eoitoc
    Robertson Bldg., Ocola, Fl.
    Phone MArio* -^0*
    BEAUTIFUL RANCH
    . t a. .., Only It m.r>ul*e drive
    1 Beac*.
    SI80 per Acrt
    . for dairy 'arm. rawi dje-
    or home PurthiM frarn
    UNDWAHTBi
    avi tMuna i^^ ^
    aia iuoi
    Knot*
    Gttrft H. Schulte, |J
    "WarWa teal f,,^, ,/j
    906 $. Miami Ave., jT
    s
    lop
    original
    Phont:
    o*r>r.
    For compicti data
    FRanklin 3-9922
    GEORGE DYKES, Broker
    609 INGi-AHAM HDG., MIAr*!
    GLENN MITCHELL, 1
    *" rm> af ioak
    J422 MUVWOOO MVD. rtj
    ioutwooo, ru.
    POMPANO AREA
    Motel Site
    Alexanae: right), heed of a B'nai B'rith district which
    embraces almost 70 men's, women's and youth groups in
    Israel inspects display material prepared by B'nai B'rith Com-
    mittee for Israel ct its Washington, D.C office to encourage
    tours to his country. Diash tells Meyer Passow deft director
    of B'nai B'rith Committee for Israel, and Jack Ross, acting
    chairman of its sub-committee on tourism, "that few projects
    ccn be of such great immediate and mutual value as tourism."
    out ".veeks in advance.
    NEGE V ICE FACTORIES SHOW SPIRIT Of COMPETITION
    EEERSHEBA JTA>Two ice factories in this city, the gate*
    the S rou-ly prosecuting a cold war of their own. it was
    ed th;- week in the Jerusalem Post one of the factories. Shu.
    i- privately owned, and the other is operated b) Hama-hbir Hamerkaz.
    h o perative. Shalaon. which produces twice a- much ice a- it- rival
    i- accordingly alloted a distributive area of 66 percent of the town. But
    the lie vendor- oJ the rival firm have been trying to take over ill
    Shalgi n-asMgned areas. In retaliation, the red hut ice talesman ol the
    Shalgon firm have been moving into their rival's territory
    FOR ALL TYPES OF
    ACREAGE
    See ..
    Taber
    "THf rtotfOA crrr fffAiTOff"
    500 PALM DRIVE
    FLORIDA CITY
    Ph. Homestead 1585
    NOTORIOUS SWEDISH ANTI-SEMITE GETS NINETY DAYS
    STOCKHOLM .\VNS>F.inar Aberg. notorious Swedish anti-Semite
    iizing in exporting hate literature to foreign countries, wai sen-
    i a three-month term for his anti-Jewish activities Aberg
    ring a--embled anti-Semitic brochure- with material
    foreign countries and circulating them through the mail to
    r,d and the I'nited States
    LONG-DISTANCE
    MOVERS
    DAILY PICKUPS
    New York New Jeney, Phila-
    delphia, Baltimore, Washington,
    Albany. Boston, Providence all
    other points.
    DIAL JE 8-8353
    RETURN LOAD RATES
    M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
    655 COLLINS AVE .
    ISRAEL ART SCHOOL MARKS GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY
    JERUSALEM n A The Bezalel School of Arts -,nd Crafts opened
    tton Oi ,: it- existence here last Week with a spt
    exhibition. Student work in sculpture, poster, art and black-and-white
    print-, painting, weaving and hand printing are being -hour. I-
    revealed that the school had asked the government for fund- to es-
    tablish department- of ceramic-, industrial design, staye dV
    woodwork.
    Waterfrotxt
    For Sale
    12,400 Ft. Waterfront on
    40 Sq. Mile Lake
    Approved" at $30 to $45 per (rent ft.
    Will Mil for $22.50 per front ft. Re-
    sponsible bayer names own terms.
    Contoct:
    RICK ANGLE
    II N.E. 1st St.
    Gainesville, Fla.
    Ph. FR 6-5171 or
    Melrose GR 5-2343
    Brokers Protected
    SOUUge
    SPKCLLATOItS
    COUNTvL^Om,- H^HLANM
    W2 ddre*. eeevat.en 1 m 1m
    n10ut t0 Mil Vnd J *' '
    Phone MO 14296
    N D. ROSEN, Realtor
    MIATIIi MIAMI Mwry
    574Z 6 W t t
    i.
    Kenneth D.We]L;reSldero?F2?nS rm F1r,da v^
    Forge. Pa. F?ilZT?olt^TS Founda,1" at Valley
    series of local adver.L^nf, 8 ,0P naUnal awd for a
    ing of Amertn waTof lS^ *$?%$ 1 **"% ndad.
    Washington Honor^Meda announced S^^V****
    tons birthday awards cm^JS^Y^S^i ^^
    DEPENDABLE
    REAL ESTATE
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    40 Acre CHrvs lond Cleared \/U
    Acrt; 20 Acres 3 Tear OH d
    Ort S144O0. ', Co* iJ
    Tears, Ucatdd CUte ia; ', Zj
    tO Acres with 30 Acrt lotraal
    SM AMHioMl Grm {Dm
    Hmn^ t^ W.II mijii..,!
    M Acrd Todaa Owe Slimr
    Tarow. Henrd 0*r 5 Pieces i
    rtdrt rVeyiilix thai ore latal
    !-$. ld(t than tkeY S| ,
    Td-jr's Turn*. Writ* Me lor
    HCtE ii tk* mdft Mrfdct beak ef
    land available ar a tea-aetck
    motel. 2SO' frdatdfd U. $. Ma. 1
    and overlook* fdlf caarsd aa east
    .n. rkt ki- aa t. C-'.n pt^ n ZmUS}
    closed ia. Wdd't last laafl. lattar
    ky daw.
    C T. UTIIFF, RnIh
    Highway Corner
    A PERFECT comtr m
    Pompono. Priced Id Sdll M CM kl
    leased.
    Beach Business
    THIS corner property bdach Safe
    df Pempane is zoned far bdikstaai.
    Adjoining property iiK laded, raas
    from street td strodt dad is
    hotel Apt. Some term*.
    Residential Lots
    WE have 20 lots do so in Iowa, i
    joining shoppina caatar, that
    br baaakt by balkier ar iavdsrtar i
    right price.
    FOR ALL REAL ESTATE
    IN POMPANO
    90 fo .
    Real Estate Sales
    2763 ATLANTIC BLVD.
    Phone 7337
    POMPANO, FIA.
    2-4'2 ACRE
    cleared, as
    $2.7SOaacku NearSt.lKiti
    Statd Maakway 7a.
    NORMAN E. BUTlfl |
    I A l T 0 I
    13tM N.W. 7th Av*. Mil
    Homestead am
    Redland Ai
    ACIfA6E MOVES -
    CMKOM RAMCH IUSINCSJ
    US. 1 FlONTACl
    Aairtiahii id teat rssakj
    IMDUSTRIAl LEAS
    Will Build (a Suit Lmjm i
    or Warohoua.na %nt To
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    laoidantidl. t Mni North Hood
    SOOO PmrX Cain. Balance Ml
    1' 4 ACRE BUUDiNC f
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    REALTORS
    int N. treate Ae. fkl
    NOAMsriAD notJM
    1200 Acres Lake
    Frontage
    Nice Hieh PmeUnd
    Only $110 per Acrt
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    COUNTY
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    SPfCMUJTS IN
    BREYARD COUHTf
    PROHRTY
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    1500 ACRES RIVE*
    JWST OUTSIDE FAST doWnwl
    MVarS. Ndw rood leads inar/
    arty. Well wart* a loot ^
    ar aero. Oaad taraa art'
    250 ACRES
    PALM BEACH COWfltJ
    JUST NOCTN Of M0AfJ(
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    '20, 1956
    MHO
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    U.S. RABBIS PERMITTED
    TO Sit RARE JUDAICA
    NEW YORK (JTA) American
    rabbis visiting Leningrad were per-
    mitted to examine the priceless
    collection of old Jewish manu-
    scripts at the Saltykov-Shedrin-Li-
    brary, the former Public Library
    of Leningrad, it was reported here
    from Moscow.
    It's hard h b a Jaw.
    -
    insured by Mixed Armistice
    lission for Ambush, Walks Out
    IS
    M
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    Ul
    u
    *n
    (JTA)The Israel-
    Armistice Commis-
    Jordan Tuesday for
    week by Jordanian
    Group's
    Jar Proves
    _____programs
    I its first year, the
    group of Hadassah
    FDade area has had
    Hack.
    elected slate includes
    Iter, president; Mrs.
    membership vice
    Jesse Cassclhoff.
    president; Mrs. Ger-
    id raising vice presi-
    fcrd Kramarsky, edu-
    sresident; Mrs. David
    icial secretary; Mrs.
    in, recording secre-
    [Gcrard Lowe, corre-
    etary; Mrs. Cy Chad-
    secretary; Mrs. David
    sasurer; Mrs. Alfred
    aentarian.
    r, serving her second
    brunch this week at
    81 NE 104th st., for
    incoming board mem-
    lhoff, 181 NE 170th
    co-chairman, Mrs. Irv-
    , 12351 NW 7th ave.,
    committee and are
    ied programs for the
    thly meetings. Mrs.
    artz. 925 NE 160th it,
    o the first of a series
    held through the sum-
    me new and prospec-
    ts Mrs. Kramarsky
    hairman, Mrs. Simon
    planning for formation
    oup.
    infiltrators along the road from
    Eilath to Beersheba. Two Israeli
    i civilians were killed in the am-
    I bush.
    The MAC called upon Jordan to
    adopt immediate and effective
    measures to prevent reoccurrence
    of such incidents. The commission
    established that the ambush corre-
    sponded to the pattern of attacks
    on Israel lines of communication
    conducted from Jordan territory,
    and that there was no doubt that
    the infiltrators who carried out
    the ambush came from Jordan ter-
    ritory.
    In its resolution, the MAC warn-
    ed Jordan to take into considera-
    tion its continuous exhortations to
    terminate the repeated incursion
    into Israel territory. The Jordan-
    ian representatives withdrew from
    the meeting of the Commission
    in protest against an earlier cen-
    sure by that body.
    Two Executives
    Attend Seminar
    Attending the 10th annual exec-
    utive seminar this week V the
    National Savings and Loan League
    at Mercerburg Academy, Mercer-
    burg, Pa., are Harry C. Geiger, as-
    sistant treasurer and chief savings
    officer, and Chris D. Selwjtz. ap-
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    The seminar is a three-year
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    conducted by members of the in-
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    from government and finance.
    Subjects covered will be credit
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    ment regulation of savings and
    loan assns., fundamentals of fi-
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    Also included in the program are
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    the seminar.
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    /Moscow Would Give Aid
    PARIS (JTArThe Soviet Union
    would give "serious consideration"
    to any request from Israel for
    technical assistance, Soviet Pre-
    mier Nikolai Bulganin told news-
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    however, stressed that no such re-
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    Director
    York at 47
    W. Petegorsky, execu-
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    University, New York,
    was ordained as rabbi
    institution in 1936.
    r/ior Gravely III
    " (JTA)David Pinsky,
    Yiddish author, pfay-
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    ill in a hospital here.
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    opportunity for developers of homo-
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    within It at the Intersection of three
    , important roads is a prominent corner
    of SO acres ideal for a shopping center
    also three sites for three large beau-
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    t*M an acre, 1 'S cash and 10 years at
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    Ih, Bonn Government demanding that West Germany payn^
    ,on to non-German national.. *ho were interned .n ^ eotian
    camps, it was announced here. TWs n > m*r
    , h>ch have protested to Bonn that its compensation law for in-
    ucfms of Nazism discriminate ^*^n German, anInon-
    German nationals The other countries which have demanded impr
    treatment for nationals who offered .n German-occupied """
    Denmark. France. Britain. Greece. Holland. Luxembourg and Norw.->
    GENEVA .J1ADr. J. G. van Heuven Goedhart. United Nation!
    High Commisuoner for Refugee*, died here of a heart attack, it was
    announced at the opening session of the UN Economic and Social t oun-
    cil He wa 55 Dr. van Heuven Goedhart wa* responsible for a program
    which reached into many countries and which cared for thousands of
    Jewish refugee.*. A resi-tance leader during the Nazi occupation. Dr.
    van Heuven Goedhart WM al>o an editor and diplomat.
    LONDON rWN8>Jewish culture in the Soviet Union i< virtually
    extinct, three Soviet leaders admitted in conversation with a delegation
    of French Socialists, it was reported here by the Anglo-Jewi-h weekly
    Jewish Observer." According to the Observer correspondent in Pan-.
    S ,et Vice Premier Ana-tas Mikoyan conceded the exi-tence of anti-
    Semitism in the Soviet Union, claiming however it was a remnant of
    nationalist capitali-m. This Soviet official admitted that Jewi-h culture
    ir. Ru-sia wa< dead, but that the fault re-ted with Jewish parent- who
    prefer sending their children to Ru>-ian rather than Jewi-h schools.
    OH WE AMERICAN SCENE
    WASHINGTON JTAThe Senate Judiciary Committee overrode
    Southern opposition and approved President Eisenhower- lons-dela>ed
    nomination of Solicitor General Simon E Sobeloff to be judge of the
    United States Founh Circuit Court of Appeal- The vote WM announced
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    McClelian. voting present Four other member- oi the committee were
    ar,er.t. The two opposition vote- were Sen Olin I> J<
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    further grant- to complete a program of stud) of the human and natural
    rces of the State of Israel, it was revealed here with the relea
    the Foundation's annual report for 1955. The report noted that -mce
    1958 when the Foundation granted funds to the Israel I undation's
    Tru-tee- to make possible research re than N in.
    que- |] and natural jnddtion has
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    BONN i JTA iJews of German
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    ject to military -enice in 'he new
    West German army under the draft
    law approved bj Parliament, it
    was learned here No matter bow
    strongl) Jew- iiui\ recoil from the
    thou.hi of senrii rman uni-
    form, the) cannot leeh exemption
    becau-e of event- during the Nazi
    era. it was indicated.
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    ect to I M '" is
    ;ained m a clause not in the
    government drjft of the law, but
    introduced into the u i ma-
    joril : the Bundi
    BUENOS AIRES WNS Existence of anti-Semitic pr.
    ipal hu-pital- came to fore th;- week at a meeting honorir.
    ri physicians who had completed 'heir medical studies Spoi
    physicians of the Jewish Hospital, where the new phwcians com-
    pleted their training, the gathering sounded an appeal foi the cessation
    of di-crimination in the placement of Jewish ph.
    FALLSBURG WNS)A resolution approving discussion
    jgmg merger with the Mizrachi Organization of America was
    ed here at the 33rd annual convention of Hapoel Hamizrachi of
    America, religious labonte organization Dr. Bergman, who wi
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    the Moroccan Government to permit migration to I-rael of Jew- who had
    liquidated their property preparatory to departure
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    Nations following government consultations m Jeru-alem and talks in.!
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
BONumber 29
Miami. Florida. Friday, July 20, 1956
Price 20tf
lists Charged With Participating
In Israel's Domestic Political Affairs;
'Independents' Urge New Principles
LADELPHIA (JTA)The charge that the Zionist Organization of America it displaying a ten-
involve itself more and more with partisan activities and to ontar political controversies in
lich aro not in the domain of Diaspora Zionists," was voiced here this wook by Louis Lipsky,
\merican Zionist loador. Ho was addressing the first of a series of local public meetings called
wly-formod Independent Zionists of Amorica organization.
[ Zionists wo must tako the load," Mr. Lipsky declared, "in propagating the idea of a return to
d concept of Zionism and Zionist tasks, urging unity in the fundamental work of Zionism, name
ral and economic support of Israel, the fostering of a groat Hebraic movement especially
youth, of Aliyoh and Halutziut in the broadest sense." The new Independent Zionists of Amor-
tization, Mr. Lipsky explained, will conduct its work in "a true comradeship," with no ties to
lies in Israel.
f Louis E. Levinthal, of Philadelphia, chairman of the national provisional committee of the new
|on, reviewed the eir- *----------------------------------
LOUIS LIFSKY
JUDGt LOUIS LtVINTHAL
that had led to the
of the Independent Zi-
rement in America,
history of Zionism
before end since es-
it of the State of Israel,
the need of "a strong
cratic Zionist move-
to fulfill the mission
years ago."
^foments by the dissi-
CHANGE IN POLKY SUN AS ALLEN ALSO REMOVED TO GREECE
Ike to Boot Byroade from Egypt Ambassador Post
WASHINGTON (JTA)Diplomatic and political circles here dis-*
played extraordinary interest Wednesday in a report that President
Eisenhower had decided to transfer Ambassador Henry A. Byroade
from his post in Cairo to a new post as Ambassador to the Union of
South Africa. The report also stated that George V. Allen. Assistant
^Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, will be named U.S. Am-
bassador to Greece.
Speculation was rife as to the implications of this change, which
is bound to affect American policy'*---------------------------------------------
PEwr rtoAM
on the Arab-Israel situation. No^
tice of this change has been given
to the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, since the Senate must
confirm the new appointments.
Special interest was displayed
in the Capital Wednesday in the
as yet unnamed successor to Mr.
Allen. Interested Washington cir-
cles waited to learn the identity of
the man who will replace Mr. Allen
as Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs, in the hope
that this would furnish a key to
future State Department policy to-
ward the Arab-Israel question.
Removal of Henry A. Byroade as
Ambassador to Egypt follows a
growing conviction in government
circles that Mr. Byroade failed in
his Cairo post. He was considered
by some an "apologist" for Egyp-
tian Premier Nasser who did more
to sell Nasser's ideas to Washing-
ton than vice versa. The growing
relationship between Egypt and
the Soviet Union was seen as the
factor that finally convinced pol-
icy makers that Mr. Byroade had
to go.
Ambassador Byroade's transfer
Continued on Page 7 A
NASSER IN YUGOSLAVIA
GENEVA (JTA)Yugoslav dip-
lomats have given assurances here
that Egyptian President Carnal Ab-
del Nasser's current visit to Bel-
grade will not be directed against
Continued on Page I A
LODGE ASKED TO TAKE ACTION
U.S. is Urged to Place Soviet
Anti-Semitism on UN Agenda;
Cultural Genocide Major Issue
iS STANDING TRIAL TOR 'MISDEMEANOR'
lent Confesses to Burning of Crosses
1GTON (JTA)A 24-year-old University
student confessed Wednesday to partici-
t planting and burning of crosses in
sidences of Supreme Court Justices Earl
lower Committee Mum
s
Ban Against Jewish Troops
IGTON (JTA)The President's Committee on Government
it Policy refused to discuss the status of recent complaints
against the government policy of excluding American Jews
in Arab countries. A committee spokesman said Wednes-
a matter of policy, the committee never publicly reveals
made against any agency.
of the Defense and State Department policies in Saudi
recently made by American Jewish Committee representa-
larold Reigelman. These views were told to a conference on
lination in the Federal Service, which included intergroup
{animations, Federal agencies and the President's Committee.
jing to summary notes on the conference on non-discrimina-
[Reigelman told the committee that the government policy
[American Jews from service in Saudi Arabia is a complete
[the Federal Service non-discrimination policy. He proposed
Dvernment direct all departments to end all cooperation with
lination. He also suggested < that all contracts and agree-
pld include non-discriminatory provisions.
Warren, Felix Frankfurter, Sen. Herbert H. Lehman.
Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff and official of
the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored
People.
? The student, Ronald E. Rowley,
who refused to name his accom-
plices, admitted planting the
crosses to express indignation of
the Supreme Court's decision or-
dering the desegregation of public
schools in the South. Signs left
beside the burning crosses indicat-
ConHftued on Page SA
NEW YORK (JTA)U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., was urg-
ed by the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee Wednesday to place the sub-
ject of Soviet anti-Semitism on
the agenda of the United Nations.
In a communication from Ad-
olph Held, national chairman of
the JLC, and Nathan Chanin,
chairman of its administrative
committee, Ambassador Lodge
was told that the statement made
last Thursday by several Ameri-
can rabbis who had just return-
ed from a visit to the USSR con-
firms what the Jewish Labor
Committee has been saying for
the i past eight years.
"There has been no marked let-
up in the anti-Semitic campaign
engaged in by the Soviet dictator-
United Nations Commission on
Human Rights "with voluminous
material showing that the cam-
paign of villification and cultural
genocide engaged in by a member
nation of the United Nations
against its Jewish citizens has
kept on unabated.
"The time has come for a full
Continued on Page 3 A
*Mr Acctn
Gov't. Debates
Red Invitation
JERUSALEM (JTA) The ques-
tion of whether Israel would agree
the Jewish labor leaders!to send a Parliamentary delegation
ship,"
wrote Ambassador Lodge. "The
Yiddish press, schools and insti-
tutions have been obliterated.
There exists, and admittedly so,
a quota system for Jews in gov-
ernment service. The ethnic af-
finities of Soviet citizens are car-
ried prominently in their identifi-
cation papers, particularly aimed
at Jews. There are other inequi-
ties perpetrated against Jews in
the Soviet Union."
Ambassador Lodge was remind-
ed that the JLC had furnished
both the U.S. delegation and the
to Moscow was discussed here
Wednesday by Soviet Ambassador
Alexander Abramov with Israel's
Foreign Minister, Mrs. Gold Myer-
son. About four month ago. Joseph
Sprinzak, Speaker of Parliament,
indicated that he would accept
such an invitation from the Soviet
Government.
Ambassador Abramov broached
the question in the course of his
talk with Mrs. Myerson. who invit-
ed him to the Foreign Office to
sound out Moscow's attitude to-
Continued on Page 5 A
JUDAISM IN RUSSIA 'ANAEMIC ANO MORIBUND1
Rabbis Relate Grim Russian Tale
PARIS (JTA)"Judaism in Russia is seriously
threatened with extinction." two American rabbis
returning from a visit to the Soviet Union declared
here. The two are Rabbis Morris Kertzer and David
Golovensky, members of a delegation of the New
York Board of Rabbis.
The rabbis said they had been led to this "melan-
choly conclusion" by what they had seen and by
their talks with Soviet officials, religious leaders and
people in many walks of life. "While the Soviet
regime speaks of religious freedom and has in fact
somewhat relaxed some of its repressive measures,
its policies continue to restrict and strangle Jewish
life," Rabbis Kertzer and Golovensky said in a writ-
ten statement.
"We were shocked to find the major institutions
of Jewish religion and the vehicles of expression of
Jewish culture all but vanished leaving a Judaism
that is anaemic and moribund. We had hoped,"- they
Continued on Page I A


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