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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combinins THE WISH UNITY and THE ItWISH WEEKLY
jme 31 Number 28
Miami, Florida. Friday. July 12, 1957
Price 20*
MAXWfll AttfU
. fenwer Ike mid*
\axwell Abbell
mes Away at
in Chicago
By Direct Teletype Wire
IICAGOMaxwell Abbell. Chi-
Jewish leader, died here
sday at 55.
ll was a leader of Conser-
Judaism.
the early yean o the Eisen-
rer Admiaistration, he served
[chairman of the President's
nmission on Government Con-
ii was the watchdog team
st discrimination In hiring by
ernment contractors.
kbbell was a visitor to Miami
two years ago. when he re-
ted to The Jewish Floridian on
chairmanship of the commis-
and his frequent seesions with
ident Eisenhower on what he
"the President's Spartan
ed of bigotry stemming from
unshakeabte faith in Old Tes-
ent morality.")
Gunfire Barks on Syrian Border;
Five Israeli Patrolmen Wounded
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire +
JERUSALEMThe Israeli village of Gonan in the Huleh area
was brought under mortar and machine gun fire Tuesday, and five
Israeli border patrolmen were wounded in the most serious outbreak
along the Israel border. Syrian positions continued their shooting
throughout the day despite three United Nations cease fire demands,
and as night fell here it twos still not known whether the Syrians
had heeded the third cease fire call timed at 7:30 p.m. local time.
The matter was considered by the Israel cabinet, which was in
session at the time the incident began. Col. Byron Leery, acting
chief of staff of the UN truce supervision organization, who was in
Damascus Tuesday, was informed of developments and contacted the
Syrian government to ask for a cease fire. Later he was summoned
to Jerusalem for urgent talks with Dr. Walter Eytan, director general
f the Foreign Ministry.
An Israeli army spokesman said that firing began at noon when
a Syrian machine gun unit opened on mn Israeli border patrol. One
Israeli was hit immediately. The patrol returned the fire, and the
Syrians resorted to mortars. Israeli reinforcements were brought
up to extricate the petrol.
The first UN cease fire demand came at 2:45 p.m., the second
at 4:30. and the third at 7:30oil issued by Col. J. Mee, chairmen
of the Israel Syrian Mixed Armistice Commission.
Red Shakeup May Ease
Tensions in Middle East
VIENNA(JTArThe shake-up
in the Kremlin might mean that
better relations in the Middle
East were possible. Mrs. Golda
'Mem
Asch Felled
Brain Accident, 77
JTA-
By Direct Teletype Wire
LONDON Sholem Asch. the
pted beloved Jewish novelist
pose latter years were involved
controversies over novels deal-
UK with aspects of early Chris-
pnity and who found happiness
Israel, died early Wednesday
his tandon home of a brain
(emmorhage. He was 77.
Kcath was sudden. A visitor
rho was with him Tuesday said
appeared to have been in good
P''lih with no signs of an illness
huh hospitalized him in Israel
fr several weeks last spring.
The novelist and his wife had
been guests last Friday of Is-
raeli Ambassador Eliahu Elath
and Mrs. Elath. During that
visit, the novelist spoke of the
great happiness he had found
living in Israel and that he had
discovered a peace of mind in
the Jewish State which he had
not known in his many years
of wandering through the
world.
He told the envoy that he re-
gretted he had not settled in Is-
rael when he was young and
spoke of plans for a book about
Israel, particularly its youth.
Continued on Page 1* A
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
said at a press conference here
Monday prior to her departure
from Vienna, where she attended
the International Socialist Con-
gress.
Mrs. Meir noted that Dmitri
Shepilov, who was among the So-
viet leaders just ousted from
leadership, was the person who,
as Soviet Foreign Minister, ar-
ranged the sale of Soviet arms to
Egypt. She pointed out that the
situation in the Middle East could
be stabilized and an Arab I-racl
peace achieved, if the Soviet Gov-
ernment were to send food and
agricultural implements to the
Arab countries instead of arms.
(In Washington, a State Depart-
ment spokesman said that the
Soviet Government could prove
the peaceful intent of its shake-
up by taking such "practical
steps" as easing the Middle East
tensions. In Israel, observers in-
dicated that no major changes in
the Soviet Middle East policy are
likely in the near future as a re-
Continued on Page 16 A
Restrictions Relaxed
Against Galilee Arabs;
Palmon Trip Observed
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVPremier David Ben Gurion's promise to relax restric-
tions on Arab residents was partly implemented Tuesday when the
Arabs of Galilee were told that they were free to move into the towns
of Acre and Nazareth previously closed to them.
------------------------------------+
'Doctors' Plot' :
Engineer Now
Soviet Leader
NEW YORKFrol R.
K o 11 o v, Leningrad Communist
leader elevated to the new Soviet
Presidium in the present shake-up
of the Communist party in the
USSR, "played an appreciable role
in the setting of the anti-Semitic
'doctors' plot" in early 1903, the
New York Tiroes reported this
week.
Kozlov was the author of an
article in 1953 dealing with "in-
filtration by Jewish bourgeois na-
tionalists in the Soviet Union and
the menace of these elements," the
Times said.
Stalin used the "doctors' plot."
in which a group of leading Rus-
sian doctors, most of them Jewish,
were charged with plotting the
death of a number of key Soviet
leaders, as an excuse for liquida-
tion of Jewish institutions in Rus-
sia. The doctors were released
immediately after Stalin's death
and completely rehabilitated.
The order excludes only tribes-
men along the Lebanese border
and the inhabitants of two south-
ern villages.
The Israeli press Wednesday
gave considerable prominence to
stories that Joshua Palmon, bead
of the foreign ministry's Middle
East Division, was returning to Eu-
rope presumably to renew contacts
with representatives of the Arab
refugees.
However, well-informed politi-
cal circles assorted that Mr. Pal-
mon's trip, while cennoetod) with
his official duties, had nothing
to do with Arab refugee eon-
tact..
A foreign ministry spokesman
said Tuesday night that while Is-
raeli officials have been having
contacts with Arabs during the
past nine years nothing has hap-
pened lately which can be describ-
ed as an unusual development.
Contacts continue, the spokesman
declared.
It is understood that all such
contacts concern unofficial ap-
proaches to ascertain under what
conditions and kind of compensa-
tion would best facilitate the ab-
sorption of refugees in the host
countries.
Socialists Flay Communist
Treatment of Curtain Jews
At Conference in Vienna
VIENNA A resolution
calling attention to the treatment
of Jews in the Soviet Union and
urging world public opinion to
speak out against the liquidation
xport Bank Mission Off to Israel
JTA-By n*rert Teletype) Wjr.
ASHINGTON-A mission from
1 S Export-import Bank left
^nesday for Israel to carry out
"meal and economic surveys of
*,n Projects assisted by bank
us in that country and to stuilv
j>s d resources for further Is
development proposals.
Israel has requested an addi-
tional $75 million loan to finance
dollar purchases in the United
States of equipment to assist in
further irrigation and agricul-
tural settlement programs.
Bank representatives have not
visited Israel since 1953. The pres
ent mission is composed of Lynn Israel $135 million in 1949 in six
U. Stambaugh, first vice president credits, to finance dollar purchases
and vice chairman of the board of
directors; William G. Welk, an ec-
onomist of the bank; Frank Kim-
ball, an engineer: and Oliver J.
Scherer, ground water geologist,
serving as a consultant.
The Export-Import Bank loaned
within the United States, required
for irrigation and agricultural set-
tlement, industrial projects and
transport designed to contribute to
the country's economic develop-
ment and eventual self support.
of Jewish institutions in that
country was adopted here this
week at the concluding session
of the fifth congress of the So-
cialist International. The resolu-
tion was introduced by the
French delegation.
Dr. S. Levenberg, director of
the Jewish Agency office in Lon-
don and a Mapai member, told
the congress that "we are deeply
disturbed about the enforced as-
similation policy carried out to-
wards the Jewish population of
the Soviet Union." He pointed
out, however, that he was raising
the question on purely humani-
tarian grounds, and that he want-
ed to keep this issue from being
Continued en Page 11 A


ULillMikMnd Hotel Accomodttiom
A Miami rabbi, who Is spiritual
leader of one of the largest Con-
servative congregations in the
South, was denied admittance by
two motels during a trip to Pom-
pano Beach some ten days ago. A
third told him no facilities would
be available until September.
He is Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,
01 Beth David Synagogue, who was
invited to Pompano Bi'ach for con-
sultation by the small community's
ffe Jewish families, currently seek
mg to establish a congregation of
their own.
Pompano Beach is about 35 miles
liiorth of Miami's city limits and
jjbout nine miles north of Ft. Laud-
ardale ~ .
RablJJ Rosenberg" told The J"w
sion. While bein3 ushered to *
cabin, I asked the owner point
blank if he shared his rubber's
sentimsnts about Jew; and told
him I am a rabbi."
He mere.} re mm***
ish Fioridian
until
The
association it was
ned Wl ,, .,nd proceeded
lew minuie-
rrl
We have no
September "
1 league leaders
, u. railed the Beth David
later, th woman r,...,.|M f > ( M (h(, ,.,,,. nrid,;
Beth David spiritual leader .,;,,] again and DtgfN '"-' ,.w< BW umrist state.' one
qoted the owner as pausing some- ,.,. League official declared, "and this
what confusedly and remarking i am not the owner. q( |hj|)g doe,||.t do ,ny
You are an honest man He then ,,nl> MMgUfJ* JjJ j^ Tn,,,. lriP practical tide of
mu ii i" "rms "' numan "l*'* and
dignities Pompano B-ach's di>
erirainatorj praetJeta deserve care
j 1- .IH I"1 iMiiMderation "
Rabbi Rosenberg said he told
the woman he didn't want to em-
barrass herthat ha had come
to Pompano Beach to ptak to
the Jewish community.
awaj It's not a Christian thing
i,1 do."
ilh I-'lori
tie consi
two chile
apologized profusely, declaring for the owner, who is awa)
that he had nothing against Jews, Christian, and l
-but it is the polk) ol the ares
and adding: -Some ol my best
fri?nds are Jews "
The owner then told Rabbi 1 >
enberg thai it Lauderdata had
some accommodattMis which rater
to Jew>. "He also thanked m tor
meeting a human being. Rabbi
Rosenberg reported
Rabbi Rosenberg ha- been urged
I|o unie Cov 1.4'Roy Collins on the
i matter.
dian this week he left for Abou( 5:30 p m following I daj
4 011
Well, you needn't tell an>onc
Stayed here. she returfd
L-consultation with h.s wife and o| ..nt,|m, ,Bd jbjhi seeing, the l(r Ullrtl.r mother
a .Uildi>.,i. ....]. I U,i,< I., ninpn ... > 1 1.
ildren early Thursday morn-
ing. June 27. arriving in Pompano
Beach sometime during the morn
Ing. when he proceeded to inquire
shout accommodations.
"One. motel we slopped at was
immediately adjacent to another,
which disolayed a 'restricted'
spiritual leader and his family
pulled up at the "Brinoy Break-
ers," anoher Pompano Beach mo-
tel, in his second attempt I
over-night facilities
"We were escorted to our cabin."
Rabbi Rosenberg said, "began un-
packing and getting seltled [then -1-"1
went to the office to register.
name
Declining Ihe invitation. Rabbi
Rosenberg decided b) 1 all 11 1
and planned to inform Jewish com-
munit) leaders there he mi re
turning to Miami "and would be I
the proposed con-
gregation with them at a future
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Executive vie? president Victoria
Roe presided when members of the
hoard of the Kosher Convalescent
Home of Greater Miami met Wed
ncsday noon at the Lincoln Lane
Lounge. Principal business was a
building committee report.
At this point, a woman
he were Jewish. Rabbi Rosenberg
replied that he was a rabbi
"My husband thought you
weren't. I decided I better ask,"
the woman apologized. "I'm
sorry, but we can't register you.
Ifs the policy of the association.'
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The (enter this week oftcialK
announced Rabbi Heim's conclu-
sion of duties
He returns t- Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center, whose
pulpit he held orior to hi, ar-
rival at Flagler-Granada.
Flagler officials Wednesday de-
clared thai guest rabbis will oc-
cupy the Center's pulpit at relig
ious sciwee, until such tim- ;,- 1
new spiritual leader is engaged."
subsequent trip to Pompano Beach
by myself, going up and coming
back on the same da)
Abe ( or. Pompano Beach Jew-
ish community leader, put the Ros
enbergs in touch with a Jewish
couple, who own the Randolph
House in Hillsboro, exclusive re
sort area jut north ol there. Re
cent arrivals irom England, the
Randolphs are owners ol the lux
urioui apartment-motel, where the
Beth David spiritual leader and his I
family stayed over night
Earlier during the day, Rabbi
Rosenberg telephoned McDon-
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Riviera Beach and located uo the
line from West Palm Beach, in
an effort to make possible res-
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lay. July 12.J957_
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Page 3*A

Urges Israel to Stress Mission
AMSTERDAM Unless the; religious "context, as secular catc-
forccs Of religion in Israel succeed I gories. the result is either assiti
in establishing emphasis on the I tion, disappearance as a people*, or
special ^mission of the Jew and his narrow chauvinism, an encmsUci
prophetic calling, the J?w in Israel j particularism.
:
I

snfirmcttion students at recent Israelite Cen-
exercises include Rochelle, daughter of
and Mrs. Irvin Ka/nicks; Beverly, daugh-
of Mr. arid Mrs. Abe .Gurevitz; Jessica.
lughttr oi Mrs. Vioks Herxog; Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, spiritual leader; Rose, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meltzetf Roberta, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sandier; and Linda,
daughter-of Mr. ana'Mrs. George Wise.
will cease to be a Jew. Dr. Eugene
Mihaly, head of the Department
"Israel lives its destiny in the
tension between anonymity and
people'.*
ien. Barns Denies He Wants Out
JERUSALEM rce ami head of the UN True. Supervision Organization, this week denied a report in a Tel Aviv news-
per that he was resigning because of a conflict between him and UN Secretary General Dag Hammarsfc-
itd over the powers and functions M UNEF in the Oaia area.
On. Burns states that this re
of Homiletics and Midrash at i identity, in exp?riencing the Ood
Americas H-brew Union College-10f an mn and simultaneously the
Jewish Institute of Religion, told i God to whom they bear special wit -
the tenth international conference I ness. to whom they are dedicated
of the World (tele* for Progressive j !il'11i,r!*dom f priCStS and b,y
Judaism her- Sunday.
DeHvering the principal ad-
dress at the conference's session
at Amsterdam's Htel Carlton,
Dr. Mihaly warned that Israel's
failure to develop stress en its
religious mission would be "ca-
lamitous for Israeli Jewry" and
'would threaten world Jewry it-
self.'



is quite false," a statement is-
jd at UNEF headquarters said,
here is a thorough understand-
between him and the Secretary
pneral concerning policies gov-
r.ms the operation of UNEF and
e reasons therefore and there is
. and has never been, any dis-
eement. Gen. Burns has no in-
cut inn of resigning and experts to
[intinue in command of UNEF for
indefinite period." (A similar
Hiial was issued also at the UN
padquarters in New York on be-
all of Mr. Hammarskjold )
An experimental load of 1,700
[containers of milk from Israel
[was brought to the Gaza Strip
[this week by troops of the Uni
[ted Nations Emergency Force in
\ UNEF sjuertermester test of
I supplying UNKF" regularly with
[fresh tsreeli milk. UNEF pre-
viously had been prevented by
[Egyptian authorities from any
[ transactions with Israel, although
individual UNEF officials have
',purchased furniture in Israel for
h private use.
The Israeli radio announced
pun- to begin foreign language
asts for troops of the United
ations Emergency Force who
have been cut off from almosi all i UNEF soldiers were eager to ob-
contact with Israel at the insis- tain information about Israel and
fence of President Nasser of Egypt.) that Nasser knew whatever they
Current broadcasts in English, un-
derstandable to Indian UNEF
troops, and in Spanisb-Ladino, un-
derstandable to Latin America sol-
diers, will be augmented by broad-
casts in Swedish. Danish and In-
donesian. The five-language one-
hour daily broadcasts will reach
most of the UNEF troops.
Israeli sources said that the
learned underscored their poor
opinion of Egypt. As a result, Nas-
ser persuaded UN Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold to ban
UNEF visits to Israel. Scandina-
vian-Indonesian broadcasts should
help UNEF soldiers get a "real pic-
ture of Israel and world news in-
dependent of Nasser's propaganda
machine.'' it was stated here.
?amp Youngsters
riven Citations
With the Blue Ridge Mountains
>! northeastern Georgia as the
>uckgr<>und. the camping season
M into full swing at Mountain-
ivuw tamp for exceptional child-
rrcn located in the Nacoochee Val-
[hy.
Jacquiline Cranman, of Miami.
lujs recognized for three separate
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[clficiency, in achievement in arts
[and crafts, and for improvement in
swimming. Michael Schwitzer scor-1
fed In cabin neatness and the com-'
pletien of an Indian arts and crafts
project.
The Allen youngsters, Jeff and
', Ruth, received similar honors
; aln with Thea Lavender. Esther
;Lubin was honored for her excel
lence in inspection, Indian lor,
and swimming.
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His talk was the subject of day-
long discussion by Reform relig-
ious and lay leaders from many
countries of the world.
"Israel is like every other people
and Israel is different with a spec-
ial task and a special mission." he
said. "When viewed outside the
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... Z Number 28
Volume Jl
Friday. July 12. 1957
13 Tamuz 5717 ______
during ike weeh
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by LEO M1NDUN
Unnecessary Legal Delay
The facts of the Hildy McCov adoption
case, which has been making international
headlines, are surrounded by highly complex
legal considerations.
It would be most pertinent to go to the
source of the problem, the Massachusettg, tion code, and to blame it for ex-post facto de-
cisions against Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellis.
For however intelligent this code may be
now, one of the still-disputed assumptions in
the case is the allegation that the Massachu-
setts welfare ofiicial who initially challenged
the Ellis adoption did so on the basic of a code
revised after the child's mother signed Hildy
over to the Jewish couple.
This would seem to underscore the legality
of the adoption under the code at the time pro-
. ceedings were initiated between the Elhses
and Hildy's natural mother.
But to belabor alleged ex-post facto con-
siderations now is to ignore even more impor-
tant aspects of the case. Gov. Collins has ruled
against extradition of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis on
grounds of "kidnapping." Sentiment through-
out the nationeven among countless practic-
ing Catholicsis with the Jewish couple, who
have sacrificed heavily in order to retain cus-
tody of Hildy.
Whatever last-minute machinery is being
brought into the picture by Hildy's contrite nat-
ural mother, the courts must remember that this
machinery is complicated by misplaced relig-
ious zeal and that proponents neither for the
legal nor the religious consider Hildy's best
long-range interests. They merely play a theo-
retical chess game on the altar of a child's
future.
Only the suffering EUises continue to sac-
rifice. Hildy's natural mother can make no
such claim.
We fail therefore to understand the action
on the part of the courts Monday, which prais-
. ed the Elhses as "suitable parents" but sought
further time for study. The case could have
been closed; a child set on a normal road
through childhood, without having to be sub-
jected to further legalistic exercise by juridical
pundits; and a couple rewarded for their devo-
tion and loyalty.
Instead, everything continues to remain
up in the air unnecessarily.
He's Way Outona^Limb
Egypt's President Nasser is now insist-
ed Tlf1 ,hrea,ened to Push Israel into the
sea and blames American newspaper editors
for dissemination of this remark.
Randolph Hearst one better, who is reported to
have instructed one of his staff men during the
Spanish-American War: "Bring me the pic
tures; I'll write the story." P
Nasser has been proposing to re-write mod-
em Israel-Arab history all along-and without
. Li,ce his fellow Arab leaders, he refuses to re
member the drubbing hours-old Israel gave ,he
*Zh Te n ,hG bal,le.field in 1948.
does he choose to recall the fact that the United
Nations-arid particularly the United States -
saved him from possible death ,n a Ca ro eel
Jar. restoring him to power in lqSK u
ST," kBri,'Sh ni ^ ,32
from taking over the Suez Canal.
m0l^a'en 1 ,recluent|y. he still shouts at Is-
rael for all the world to hear: "Now. will you
give up. Las. week, he again shouted hese
words m a broadcast from Cairo through th!
.rnouth of Aly Sabri. Nasser's SffSfi
on rS!lrrCl!aIleJnged the Uni,ed StaW stand
on Israels freedom to navigate the Gm1i!3
.Aqaba and Sue, Canal wa,L and wa e '
the outcome will be the same n .h- ,nea-
of the tripartite invasion" W^
assistance guaranteeing her rights ^
com^aUudS1 VSttSfi ^
BEHIND HM ALL THE WAY NOW
Possible Solution at Hand
The House Foreign Affaus Committee cur-
rently has a measure pending before it that
would require the President to abrogate any
international agreement with a nation which
discriminates against U.S. citizens.
Clearly, the proposal is designed to put
an end to all the fancy talk emanating from
State Department officials regarding our ar-
rangement with King Saud for an air base at
Dhahran.
This nation has specific precedent in such
matters set forth by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
during the Hitlenan Third Reich of Germany
when the Nazi regime sought to establish dis-
criminatory practices aqainst American Jews
similar to those employed by the Arabs todav
No one would presume to declare that
President Roosevelt's dealings with Germany
during the Nazi persecutions were exemplary
thT'th^TT ?e 'CC1 remams' h*evej
that the late President told Hitler and his
stooges in no uncertain terms that the demo-
erotic pi maples of this nation would not be
soothe altar o, politico, or economic'
Since much of Arabdom's anti-Jewish anH
tion that a stand aqaTn^Saud h ^^ ^
bam, mlh aaaTliVy* "" "c""'us

Prejudicial Government
Sen. James Eastland Dem-Mis. i w
era: iSteT,r,he *^*
Ame_ gvepSr-
succeeded ,n by.pSil "^ eUVer" 'ecen']Y
n- bill suppoC,np7redeCn,mr1,,eeKV
civ.l rights program and whife L h*h"'s
precipitates one of the n,oe cr^K "W
Congressional history. ,he 2H,d*ba,es '"
leave Sen. Eastland without Si i ^ "*
other matters. ,he last word in
coneaqu^rwUTrPqe?h,0n "-
hearings on leqisS^^ ^ P-bltc
han Jewish refuaees ln,o'he U S *"q ^P"
spoKesman for the vicious M^ *"
Act in its most repreheTsihu i "an-Wa,ter
f PPi legislator has ZS J o T' ** M"Si
much power. e man can wield so
. representative ,, *!
for the Near East j*Jk]
Nar Iddtn MoheitdinsTS*
Usbectotsn province, iL
Soviet SodslUt HrPu^*
2JSte '"* <" Nihto'nS
sheiaev. But norc thw ,h.
,< j sxmliol (if Ru<*ian s VMi> Mnhpitdinov, election wouW hsve been impossible
,n accomplished fact in our timethanks to the collapse of Wm
Itaderahip in the art-a. **t
Ih.- riv.' nl this Moslem politician will surely be a source of
spintujl satisfaction to the entire Arab sphere As a pronaJSS
*....!.; n ^ 1" celesa iu U.ruj-term value for Moscow NajiaW-t
that the t'nited States would not even offer him wZjH
advantage as favorable wheat trade without Eeypf, ^"^
.,,r i ) obligation m return. Contrarily, the Rustiaos i^
elfish" in their desire to assist wherever ('"-sihle ti2
also n -ni/' th< Moslem a.s an equaland prove it by in.staHin'e kf
ml,, iment with the Politburo. *" j
into long harranjrues over th weaknen of Hail
I- ,,k I'irciv.-ly t>ct;sj|sejet stnrta. ihew^Iz
: Soviet altruism; but the Increasn n\JL ^
^ii u^luence of Moscow kndicad mn,til \
IJOHEITDINOVS ELECTION IS part of the recnt Rutdan vh,kw.
' '! Big Three." and Israel In the Middle East
anxious ov.r the effects of this re-alignment i i ommuna
mi. parenU, they may look for MgnuTcsMil
evi rj rocking motion of the t'SSR cradle: indeed, they maj s^r s^,"
ere But the fart is that the new Red team will be hm.
in m the old
Hn in is out This should make Mnheitdmov shihtw
hepilov it was who rubbed Henry Byroads nolei.
live rs s,,-,. | panment failureswho concluded the iu
ar" "'r' 19M- which broutht the Soviet rm .
minrnce .n the Middle Kasiern scene for the f.rst Ume in modm
h,>,or> '" ,n.....,lr Shepilov was sn initial link to the new erVat
M">kl,,K".....,! relations But the truth about Mohritdinov ii Z
like all Communists, he shows remarkably insensitiv.ty to ideolZ
inconsistenc] ****&
The truth also i- that Shepilov wss easily expendible a hiA
ranking m w ipapev editor and propagandist, he nevertheless smJcktd
tin old regime. Men with infinitely more complex tv
to the Moscow power hierarchy than his had been set as!de before
Vyachulav Molotov. the marathon runner of lei
intngue m which race to falter is to die. Molotov has survive/!
" f cataclysm the I* run-Trotsky duel; the era of stalm ism-
danc, the winning smile" age of Maxim Litvinov: the 1938 pu~
which brought Andre, Vishinsk, to full-flower; the new regZd
Malenkov; and the death of the "personslity cult "
: Miilotm ..s no) singled out as successor to Stalin is pertun
his greatest raged> His being rt de now place, into s|w'3!
hut can hardly be considered anything but inevitable.
JHE REGIME OF Malenkov may perhaps be looked upon IW
. '"""' P*r'd of pass-war history in -hicb%oM
fons uh th. Wes, led ,0 a genume rel.xatmVof cold war,,*
: hn anything else, was responsible fortkt
aulent spirit u| Geneva." dunng which world opinion swivei
'n-nisl, bet ,. M-rscow f.xor Malenkov. who will bear the brunt
"' alls into the Molotov category of delayed por 4at.
,.. Kaganovitch an anachronism in the Stalin-lea
to Stalin's sister, he has lingered long after as
I "- spirt! of what the world Jewish lummuaitf
' nn .ntiSemHism.
de chief culprit in the shakeup. it does not
'hat Molotov ,nd Kaganovitch will escape eith tk*
was who seemed determined not to be cauM
, Urapol h predecessor -a. r.,P he soadl
r- -.'.ons w.th the West. And Malenkov it ea
^-11 of the "personality cult" in one of the
'-ns" s,n<-e the infamous docotors' plot.
" n who pass from the scene But their pw
"" terms of Soviet government attitudes, the re-
'hxl the) have survived so long peal their fuitot
|F E ,,v "'" was lashed last year by deprecation of
w dies before the latest alignment m
" it as supreme masters are Khrushchev and Gem?
'-rnier guardian of the Kremlin; the latter absolute
wesome strength of USSR military might Tw
victory far tW ML
"the shakeup as a sign of ev-n gwaler
' 'hey must be sadly disapp-.nted. N
la ,,l V .'""" ""' ,'"l'-h revolutions placed the Soviet prof
"'iion o| world disadvantage: and. no doubt, the
" i worm disadvantage: and. no uw. i
In r~ will, in the main, accept blame for th,-.
* one may anticipate an era of cautious
Moscow. But the Khrushchev Zharubui
1 Presa^ d,m longterm prognosis
in th. ,;i1-'' l"<>ks forward to further ennqu-t
A"scly ensoonsed in China .nd N*t
mansion moves will inevitably continue"
" before But in the Near Ea* **
" more prominently personal, else her *
?r il i in the Arab character that leader^
" rcudal in nature. Arab kaoyrduti;
n b) pompous parade and Holly*-*
b LEADERSH|P. "Pix-rtunistic as it may be. is incapable"'
of an, son -posimenrneiatne.
, this sense, the scene is now set t '
I'nion one ,n which the monolithic SovJ
rr.,ng|y odd, with dimu.iMvr Isr*
centra "nientary on international fast ice here -""
n any struggle against tyranny
1 '-"\ must inevitably en.phasuej-.
Israel an.l the govemm. nt ol 1^*
.cefromlhurel.t.on.hip.*23
h-faei her diminishing prestige in tlg
> go I, i loroorrov.
" -I 'trength against a Mid.il- t>t o*1"
"" ight soviet expans.uimH1-
ic new


idav, Juiy 12. 1957
)emos Push
hvASHINCH >N (JTA) A bill j
hich would permit the entranced
to the United States over a *
lar ported of 140.000 to 150.000
kular immigrants and refugees |
ih<> woiikl otherwise be excluded I
[including Jewih ftfuceea f"-or. '
Jenliti nrrkMar
Page 5-A
af/o/7
I l haw qrjiiMj gained the
backing of key Democrats here,
including Lyndon B. MeMen, Sen-
ate leader from Texas.
Democratic alrtflfflit' ""' n"'A
seeking Republican support for the
bill, introduced last week hv Sen
ator John V. Kennedy, Democrat
of Massachusetts It is hoped tfn.t I
irUsan cooperation will help:
feet the bill through COnj
ward I he and of tin- session Will)
out public hearings.
Major provisions f the Ken-
p hedy kill include the following:
Tha approximately 60,000 quota
' numbers that go unused each
i year avould be pooled and redis-
| tribute*! among countries whara
the demand exceeds available
quote.; nor-ouota visas author-
had by the Refugee Relief Act of
1953 that were not used whan
the act expired Doc. 31 would be
made available to "refugee-es-
capees" from Communist-domin-
ated countries and from tha Mid-
dle East. ,.,-*
. ,rn
Kennedy's bill represent* aptfn
promise plan. Whiie.it included
features of President Eisentatea
er's immigration program, it sf/oiei
short of making some b aWtt
changes the President had jgOh
posed in the McCarran-Walteriii-
migration and Nationality Act.
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Pandit Nehru Pundits:
All Well(!) oh yeah':
LONDONiJTA'Prime Min-
ister Nehru of India told a news
(inference this week he beli ive I
there had been a recent lessen-
ing of the "hiyh passions" invol-
ved in the Israeli-Arab dispute
He made the comment in reply
to a question from a Jewish Tele
graphic Agency correspondent.'
He added that it would be better |
to wait for those passions to "cool
down a little" before any steps
were taken I ;iu'llt
of conflict.
The Prime Minister said such
step> would have to be taken in
the interests ol both the \
countries and bra Hi *
thai then >1 l"' a pi i
ii.il state i i precipitate warfare
in the Middle East He asserted
that India had put up with much
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TO THE EDiTC* -
rJe=*sfe
Mtioza Doesn't Fall into Simple Categories
:
The Jewish Floridian:
px book reviewer, Hilary Mind-
prov-n that she is not only
fccllent literary critic but a
un j of "The Road to Inner Free-
-an Abridgement of Spinoza's
" by Dr. Dagobert D. Runes,
jiarkable for^larity and deep
^standing of Spinoza's philos-
is almo-t impossible to
|ge philosophy." writes Mrs.
jlm "particularly a philoso-
like Spinoza, whose thought
Jesses logically from step to
How well Mrs. Mindlin un
lands Spinoza. "
inoia himself wrntd the
reader net to form an opinion of
the Ethics until he hat reed the
entire book. "Here, doubtless,
the reader will be confused, and
will recollect many things which
will brina him t- a standstill;
and therefore, I pray," he writes,
"to proceed gently with me and
form no judgment concerning
these things until. He shall have
reed all." (Ethics, Pt. 2, Prep. 2.
note.)
When one has taken the tin," and
patience to read and study all of
Spinoza he'll find no contradictions
in his Ethics. Spinoza's philosophy
is one of the most unified, efjd con-
sistent philosophies cvef.. faVffefd
by man.
"*4&.
jiown (left to right) are Robert Fisher, Larry Parnes and Nora
Drdon. co-chairmen of affair, and Mrs. Jerome Robinson,
aai B nth Girls director for Greater Miami.
Youth Get Annual Athletic Awards
v<> hundred-fifty members of the B'nai B'nth Youth Organization
.i<-.-irr Miami turned out for the annual athletic awards presenta-
day at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
Awards were made to winning BBYO Chesters in softball. touch
Hull, basketball, bowling ood other sports.
Dr. William Wilson, president -elect of Gilbert Balkin Lodge. B'nai
Ith. and BBYO chairman for the Florida State Federation of B'nai
pth Lodges, welcomed the gathering. Robert Fisher, AZA director
Greater Miami, presented the awards.
His Ethics can be compared to a
drama in five acts. In the first, he
introduces God, the eternal, law
and order of the Univrsi'. In the
second part of his Ethics, Spinoza
introduces man. In the third part,
"The Origin and Nature of the
Emotions," Spinoza shows man at
his worst. He is not ashamed, nor
is he afraid to show man in all his
wickedness, cruelty and selfish-
ness. "I labored carefully,^' he
writes, "not to condemn human
nature but to understand it, and to
this end I looked upon the passions
not as vices of human nature but
as characteristics pertaining to the
; nature of man as are heat, cold.
j storm and lightening to the nature
of the atmosphere?,'
I know of no philosopher who
tried so hard to understand human
nature as Spinoza did. He tried so
hard to understand men that he
could not help but love them.
In the fourth end fifth books
of the Ethics, Spinoza shows how
man can free himself from the
yoke of his own nature; how it is
possible for him to subbordinete
the impulses of his body to the
guidance of his developing mind.
The life ef reason according to
Spinoza is the highest glory of
mia
The noted Hebrew writer Na-
hum Sokoloff states in his splen-
did book, "Baruch Spinoza I z
mano" ("Spinoza and his Times"):
"the excommunication of Spinoza
was a blessing in disguise. It
freed him from all sectarian con-
siderations and made him a phil-
osopher of no particular people
| and no particular age but a phil-
1 osopher for all time and all peo-
ple."
Mrs. Mindlin is a true Spinozist
when she ridicules the absurdly
prevalent proposition that "be-
cause Spinoza rejected the strict
formalism of the Synagogue of his
time, he is the father of Reform
Judaism." Likewise, the efforts of
some liberal Christians to Chris-
tianize Spinoza is aosurd. Spinoza
cannot be labeled.
When Oldenburg, secretary of
the British Royal Academy, and a
great admirer of Spinoza, pressed
the philosopher for a frank opinion
about the Divinity of Christ, Spin-
oza minced no words. "Whet I'll
say to you now." wrote Spinoza,
"will not make our friendship clos-
er. It may even cost me your
friendship, which is very dear to
me. But since you insist on my
frank opinion here it is: To say
that God came down on earth and
took on himself the form of man
is as absurd as if we had said that
a circle took upon itself the form
of a square'."
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U.S. Urged to
Push Israel-Arab
Peace Pow Wow r\
WASHINGTON--i.lTAi The I nited States Government was railed l
upon this week to take leadership in promoting direct peace talks be
tveeen Israel and the Arab countries. It was also urged to work ic.r the
resettlement of Palestine Arab refugees in Arab land- and to increase
food assistance to Israel.
These recommendations wen
made in an official report publish
ed by the Senate Foreign !
Committee. The report was
pared by Sen. Hubert II Hu
phrey. chairman of Senate -uh
committee on the Near East Thi
Minnesota Democrai .-aid in hi
port that the I'.S policj it
Near East "has concerned
too much with kings and oil
too little with peoph ai I tei
To promote regional stability he
urged solution oi the \
problem and steps to brii
Arab-Israel rapproachment.
The resettlement of Arab refu-
pees in Arab lands, the Senator
%aid in hit report, i% "the c y
effective and realistic way of
solving the Arab refugee prob-
lem." He celled attention to the
tact that "half of the refugees
are) now under IS years of age."
This, he sold, meant that de-
spite thm clamor of professional
refuMo leaders for a return to
PavesriiM and the insistence of
he Arab governments on rep
tiation t their former homes,
half of the refugees have in '* I
no roots in Palestine at all."
all, or even a large number of
refugees, by Israel is no longer
possible." He said Israel had ac-
cepted many Jewish refugees in-
cluding those forced to flee Arab
nations. "Furthermore," he sta-
ted, "surrounded by nations
which insist upon exercising
rights of belligerency against
her, if would be suicidal for Is-
rael to admit a large group of
immigrants whose whole indoc-
trination for the past ten years
has been one of hatred for the
Jewish State. To dn so would
be to establish a fifth column in-
side the country."
Friday, July 12, 1957
Page 9-A
Truman Defends the Bill of Rights
Newly-elected members of executive committee
of Florida reaional Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith are pictured 'left to right!. Seated
are Paul Seiderman. chairman; Benjamin
Meyers, vice chauman; Georae J. Tuhanoff.
Harry Goodmark, West Palm Beach; Mrs. Peter
Glazer; George Kroengold; Sandford M. S
lin. Third row are Burnett Roth, E. Albert
Pullot, A. David Rciyvis, David Gorman. St.
Petersburg. Judge Sam I. Silver. Not pictured
In 'i 'ui the I 'nited
vei nm nl pi ornate Arab
i en Humphrej
policj should
and unrelenl
I hi itates ol the
in- conflict once
lured in got la
H ed thai not slot <
ther
r out ol the I tod N lions
It'll t to 111 il .
uon between
i
Calling upon the Unite increased food assis-
ts take the initiative m and "n'i,,r Public Law
of the United Nations "to bring *;' "'' Minnesota Democrat sta-
about a generous and el(< I ragj is going to need
ution" of the Arab refus: '""d aMistancc "and deserves
le-m. Sen Humphrey uid Lsrae: ] "[ K1'1 n lh* o*"18 ol its record
should make a commitment "to ac
cept a limited number of token
repotriatae*' but the "\ast major
ity" should And new homes in
Arb land*. He mentioned
and Syria specifically
Sen. Humphrey charged that
**the Arab states have lor I
used the Palestinian refu
political hostages in tl
Slh Israel While Aral. del.
JffesOsitad Nations
p.sun d the wui,i .,i
it self improvement." Request
m pending to obtain $78,900.
J00 worth of wheat, feed grains,
cotton, cheese, edible oil, dry milk.
Gutter, tallow arid beans.
Sunday School
Teachers Needed
lor SiimU> school pec
'.i,,i..i irum many of the comirrua
, ii-.ii- .,1 l.r.-ilrr Miami "IncUeala
Una nasd I..r murr Sunday
aaaBLiroi chairman of advisory board; Sum A Gold- are Richard A. Gerstem. Leonard Pepper Ta 1L
stein. vice chairman; Piisnlla J. Rosenfeld. ed- ahassee. Rabbi Marius Hanson. Ft. Lauder-
ucation director. Second row are Nathan Perl- dale. Al Schneider. Jacksonville, and Rabbi
mutter, executive director; Judge Milton A. Irving I.ehrman. chaplain.
Friedman, treasurer. Mrs. Bernard Supworth;
Fishing Tourney
Under Way Here
Tin' ninth annual Miami
Summer Pishing 1
underwaj Mond I will
linue throui h Lai
Approximate);, |8J900 in troph ts
and prizes win !* awardc I to
lcrs m four divi ions general,
Filming-, plui; easting and fly cast-
ing
Thirty-six different species of
fish ere eligible for the tourna-
ment and there will be soecial re-
lease citation* for misdjfcli Sail.
Hth, Tarpon, and WhltkTMarlin.
*" i etT"
Boundaries for the nine week
meet will include all fresh and salt
water of Hade county
Heading thi ...ir
will in- James n Norton. Miaaai
Bench insurance executive.
All angler*. Including vKit...-.
rm el.ulli
Charles Seiavitch. president of Gilbert J. Bcilkin Lodqe. re>-
ceyivws Sidney (3. Kuswoim awaid lor Ameilcanism and civic
. .11 i.t. at Bin W....KI 0......1 Ladaa S B'nul ll'illh convention
WALTHAM, Mass. Former
President Harry S. Truman, in an ',
address to a commencement audi-
ence Of more than 7.000 persons .it
Brandeis University here, accused
those who would tamper with the
protection afforded by the Hill ol
Rights as "lacking in American .
ism."
He delivered the sixth eommenc '
men! address and saw the gradua
lion of 220 Brandeis senior- and
the presentation ol the university'*
first Doctor ot Philosoph) degrei
Nineteen graduate students were
awarded Master ol Art- and -i\
were awarded Master oi Fine An
di giei
Mr. Truman was awarded an hon
orarj Doctor ol Laws degree The
universit) conferred it- first Doctor
of Philosoph] degree upon Norbclt
Lawrence Mints, of Winter Park,
Kla who did hi- graduate studies
in psycholi
"We should all remember that
these rights not only are historic
but some day may be of vital im-
portance to us personally. We
should remember that they are an
expression not only of our history
but also of what it means to be
an American citiien. Peoole who
venerate Americanism should re-
spect the Bill of Rights. There is
something lacking in the Ameri-
canism of anyone who wants to
tear down the protection of any
of those rights tor even the least
of our citizens. the former Pres-
ident said.
v. in tin- daj, and ai
the menace of lotalil u
tits in other lands, do not
to have explained to us that th<
citizen neads in- ngata protected
even against hi- own government
It make- Bag very unra-v <
any one ..( those ten amendments
undcr attack, even the tilth amend-
ment ." Mr. Truman noted.
The former President a,so told
the graduates, "The great wave
of fear and panic about the do-
mestic conspiracy of Communism
which swept ever this country ap-
pears to be receding, except
where it Is inflamed by racial
feeling.
"But we must he ever on our
rd against it- leapiiiaieme." he
declared. "And as you graduates
go out Into the world. > ou mo-f play
sroar part. a m.'ii an.I **-nm*n *tlu-
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I'ving Engel. president of the organization, was publiahed thi-. week
in the Vatican daily newspaper 'LOvscrvatore Romano." emphasising
the importance of the Pope's views on racial discrimination and per
secution. The text reads:
"The American Jewish Commit-
tec. which you honorable gentle i ^j,^ # erlm# ^ fa *, *
men represent, has just rounded oovarnment conduct today.
out SO years of sen ice in behalf
of the right and status of those of i "It is a consolation to our pater
your race who. with other minor nal heart to know that our appeal
ity group*, have been subject-d to has been generously heeded in
the violation of fundamental rights m my countries; and we like to
inherent in the human person. \ cherish the hope that so long aa
Forced to forsake the land of their i that evil blight endures, states will
birth and seek on far-off unfamil- not be lacking in their obligation
iar shores a refuge where they to succor those who have been
might begin anew a family life, forced to emigrate. We have been
how many have then had to ex- happy to welcome you gentlemen,
perience the almost desperate sit-1 gnd our hearU 0||| ta {wvent
uation added to their miseries of | .. ._____
not being welcome where they had! Praver t0 God th.at n H,s_bountt;i
hoped for hospitality.
on
"Your desire to visit US this
morning is a testimony of your
confidence in the interest we
have In the sad plight of the
peoples just described. Again
and again, as did our predeces-
sor of happy memory (Pope Pius
XI) before us, we have strongly
urged that the fundamental prin-
ciples of justice and charity and
the long-recognized practice of
offering asylum to those not
ous goodness. He have pity
those who are suffering injustice
and enlighten those who are per-
petrating evil."
Dance Sunday Evening
Amity 28 Club will meet for an
evening of socializing and dancing
Sunday night at the Beach Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, 1536 Bay rd. Un-
attached men and women between
the ages of 25 and 39 arc invited
' Amity 28 Club is an affiliate of
I GMJCC.

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w____Jamp Session Condottes;
400 Youth Participate in Program
Groat*
**]
to* half Of the Greater Wjri
CommuAt. -un,nr da>
.. i riday.
.iiish
Hollywood String Quartet will appear at White Temple March
12. 1958. in series sponsored by Friends of Chamber Music ol
Miami.
Chamber Series
Lists Five String
Ensembles Here
A series ol five distinguished
musical groupi will praaenl con-
certs here MXl KMOn, Friend- Of
Chamber Music ol Miami, the spon-
soring organization, revealed Wed
ncsday
1 Soloisti di Zagreb, a 14 piece
ensemble, i- scheduled t<> presenl
the fir-t concert <>n Nov 25.
Others slated are Albeneri
Trio, Dec. 4; Griller String Quar-
tet, Jan. 22, 1958; Amadeus String
Quartet, Feb. 3; and the Holly-
wood String Quartet, Mar. 12.
The Hollywood group has here
tofore been principally known for
it- work on Capital Record- Its
* 1958 appearances, will be ih> in-t
UniOn EnCIOrSeS Conductor and principal artist of
H b i i^ Soloisti di Zagreb i> intcrnation
United Fund Drive nj renowned cellist and West
Endorsement of the United Fund minis,,'r Hords ar,i>' Aatonlo
by the Dade County Central Labor Jan|8ro-
Union was announced this week R(lbt.rI s K|v,,r wu ,
by Central Union president William. president (lf ,he Kr|(.n(|v rh
, ?wens- Tuc lZ1; whlch '."' ber Ml,s11 h"o meeting last
eludes more than 100 Dade county week ,he hom(, ,)r
labor unions VOUd unanimous sup- Uo g W(lo| (.()ra| (
port of the United Fund principle
at its monthly meeting. Others elected to oil ice were Bur
ton T. Wilson, vice pre-ident. F.r
ANTONIO JANICKO
(;M.HV Branch camp. h. frt
......*P -how- wa^; J
^CamM^-. "
sit,, there was i camp
Wednesday evening
At Camp Shalom, sponsored at
the Beach Branch, 1536 Bay rd
the highly successful annual
camp carnival was held Sunday.
July 7, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Solomon Kann Spec.a
trips were taken by the oldest
boys' groups, visiting Camp Noar
for a baseball game, with the
younger groups visiting various
railroads in the Greater Miami
area. .
At amp MA-KA-BEK. at the
Town Branch, 450 SW 16th a\e a
carnival was to be held Thursday
evening for the benefit of the camp
scholarship fund During the past
week. I planetarium was built b)
camper- Culminating the fir-t
(our weeta of activities, the camp
will have a UN birthday party Fri
da) afternoon
Mr- Ray Bcrrin. chairman of the
GhfJCC day camp committee, in-
dicated that during the fir-t per
lod some 400 children had an op
portunity ol participating in a so-
Diet is forum Topic
"Diet in Old Age" will be the
topic of lecture h> Dr Abraham
Wolfson Saturday at the SpiBOZI
Outdoor Forum, nth -t and Ocean
ct I'lu- will mark Dr Woll I
eighth lecture in series on "The!
Art ol Livil
rial grt'up work program
Mrs. Berrirt said "W* htna of
a program can only be e#dict?>d
by a group work agency ouch as
tnwnity CesSar
trained i^j,,'
,*,* M''*r*ia
* camp in^JJ
Tr,' 'Greater kJl
munitv i enter ^7r
ol the Greatai Vain
ration and the'
Happy Birthday! Festive HOLSUIj]
snacks art) sure to please your tiny J
Just tint cream cheese with vegegjd
coloring and spread on triano^l
fresh HOLSUM BREAD. MaJ
a rainbow of good eating.
a
O Homai
.Jan
at its monthly meeting.
The United Fund to combine
local health, welfare and rec-
reation agency fund drives into
one annual campaign is current-
ly considering applications for
membership from the 4 agen-
cies so far invited to join the
Fund. Formal union endorsement
now joins the all-out support of
Greater Miami business leaders
for the one-drive idea.
Labor leaders have already been
active in the setting up of the
United Fund. Members of the II
board of directors are William Gro-
gan. Burton P. Nuckols. William J.
Owens. Leonard Spring and Char-
les Towle. A top labor represent a
tive sits on the United Fund execu
tive committee, as well as on key
committees for admissions, goal,
campaign, budget and finance.
Harold Lloyd Opens
Prize Film Series
First film presentation in the
"Museum Pieces" series being
shown at the Miami Public Library
this summer is "The Freshman"
."tarring Harold Lloyd.
This classic in the history of mo-
tion picture comedy was to be
shown in the library's air-condi-
tioned auditorium at 8:30 pm
Thursday, July 11.
The film is a satire on under-
graduate life and shows what hap-
pens to a football hero once he's
ejected into the cold, post-coll*
--,^ (-- --jviii. 1,1"
ne-t a. SUverman, secretary; Mrs.
A. F. French, assistant secretary;
and Lawrence Friedman, treasurer
Friedman Gets
AB at Chicago
Marvin Friedman. 21. son ol Mr
and Mr-. Reuben Friedman, ol 121
sw 19th id., received the Bache-
lor of Arts degree at the 274th con-
vocation of the University ot Chi-
cago June 8. in Rockefeller He
monal Chapel. Chic.,-,, ||,. _
among 256 jtndenU receiving de-
grees
Friedman graduated from Mi-
am. Beach Senior High School,
where he wa, momber of the
Key club. band. National Foren-
sic League, and was president ot
club '""" 10d D,b,,
Since entering the l mvcr-ity of
Chicago. Friedman has been ,
member f the j JV
wrestling and swamrmw toZ.
gentry won the 5T3*
stores S2?as
fa psychology and lnah *
CotfPfosSiiW^Mg
N?ar^"Mano'-'>eehro1|jrtw
N.Y, comMones its DOi, ~t,
'"ring two golf p^S <"
Newmeyer directed "The Fresh I ?',*'?* dlrec,or of man." a silent film origin.Hy re- \ mJ rondk Mountain ,dul, Z
leased in 1925. Jobvna ESS.1* < Td wT"' that h* h" n ."
also featured in the cast. !i^"l!am Dun as teachinc nrn
.On the same program a short The 2^"* M
The Sex Life of S Polyp,- S I J"LZT Scar00n Man"r
tunng the late Robert eVnchlevJ he AdSnlrT f *he '"
uas also to be shown. This 19281 York .tl^^ region <* New
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,1957
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'Futility' Causes Hebrew Teacher
To Quit After 20 Tough Years
levy sixth grade, students Trudy- on receive Americanism Award for Beet eompo-
/hat Democracy Means to Me" from Maurice
an of Americanism committee, Miami Beach
Criticize
to Jews
from Pafe 1 A
general East-West
srxcUl reselu-
ress called fer the
land Israel to meet
c onf trancewith-
smmitment and to
lament based on
land territorial in-
Ill the states con-
.rther uroed free-
|tioe "f the Swez
ke Gulf of Aajaba
of all nation* in-
rl.
\pressed their
tiie constructive
i-rael under the
tr-hip of th Mapai
luced by the British
p > resolution called
M "'Hopment of-the
lunder UN auspices.
Birthday party will honor Irv-
ing Schatrman, president of
Miami Beach Apartment
Assn.. at banquet dinner
Sunday evening, July 21, at
Seville hotel. Announcement
of dinner was made by Eu-
gene J. Weiss, association
chairman.
WASHINGTON A former .country. Actually, he says, he was
Hebrew school teacher -r who quit [one of the lucky ones. 'The turn-
in frustration after 20 years of iover 'n teachers and principals is
teachingsays the growing Modes **"!> far greater, making those
of trained teachers into other fields j"1 ,he fie,d veritable vagabonds."
is in part caused by a sense of I Zapinsky's last position was as
"futility" in trying to educate Jew- j Principal of a Jewish day school
ish children about their heritage. I,nd Talmud Torah at a Long Island
In an article in this month's issue |SVn"*'0'{ue tnat 'in bad finan-
of the National Jewish Monthly, the |cial condition. When told he must
take a cut in salary, he decided t
look elsewhere- end found offerv-
but again in scattered parts of the
country. The most interesting one
meant moving to Chicago
B'n^?tl(^M^%^n|nuel y.:<
pwsky, now a^uwuraace represen-
tative living on Long Island,' N.V.,""
declares that much of the fault lies
with Jewish parents.
"Today," he says, "the job of the
Hebrew teacher seems to be main-
ly the training ef youth for Bar
Mitzvah There is no longer the
aspiration toward learning for its
own sake and for the sake of bet-
ter knowing the Jewish spirit and
genius.
"When we educators try to com-
bat this situation we are harassed
by indignant parents who cry, 'We
don't want our son to be a rabbi' or,
'We don't want our daughter to be
a rebbitzen'."
He says there is little interest
taken in the home in the kind ef
Hebrew education the child is
getting. "Confronted with such
adult apathy it is no wonder that
the child won't try very hard to
learn, and is scornful toward the
Hebrew school and its teachers,"
Mr. Zapinsky writes.
Along with the feeling of futility
and lack of achievement. Mr. Za-
pinsky says, the Hebrew school
teacher is plagued by a strong sense
of insecurity.
In 20 years, he worked in six dif-
ferent places, scattered all over the
Ho decided then to end his Ion*
teaching career.
W.iat is needed, Mr. Zapinsky
says, is good pension and retire-
ment programs for Hebrew teach-
ers and piincipaLs similar to those
in public schools. More prestige
and professional dignity should be
attached by the community to the
Hebrew education field in general,
he says.
Without improvements. Mr. 2\i-
pinsky says, tfce rate of departures-
from the field will increase. Ith
estimated 13 per cent of those in
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Graduation exercises (or religious school stu-
dents of North Shore Jewish Center show Bruce
Fabric, Fredlyn Rosenfeld. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader, Gloria Kesten-
baum, Jerome B. Gordon, educational director,
Pamela Beckman and Joel Lack at ceremonies
here. All araduates passed entrance ex-
amination for Hebrew High School, which thty
will enter in September. Chosen as one of
outstanding Hebrew school students in Greater
Miami area. Miss Beckman was recipient of
Adele Kaplan Memorial Scholarship Award at
community rehgiuus school graduation last
week.
Mountain Climbing
Is Summer Theme
do n -n climb mountains''
I help answer this age-oil quev
and mam others about men
t,. the Miami Public
l.ibrarj will focui it- attention on
untainp and motiiitaineejrin,:
n| the monih of July, accord-
ing tn Dr Frank B Sessa. director.
Books l ii mountain climber are includ
.d in the library* collection. Per-
sonal accounti of climbs in all
parts ol the world, stories of fa-
mem- expeditions, th* history of
mountaineering, descriptions and
interesting facts about mountain-,
and biographical information'
about famous mountaineers are'
among the popular subjects that'
will tx1 featured.
Many ol these books have ap- j
pea red on the best seller lists dur- j
mg the last few years and appeal'
JIB
to reader* of*
ring de*,, ^
Hal tinman:
mil
TtUDt

MEANS
kosher:
Florida Hotel Object of AJC Suit
Law lion. It ii
umpl} i such i
'..'
I
i is to ex< lu.lf
Jew -
"A private club which regular-
ly solicits patronage through
newspaper advertisements i a
plain contradiction in terms,"
Block said.
uv have i ...
The Committee pointed out tl I em of discnmin-
reservations continued to I *'"" ovei
ited from I l: '
accepted I: m s wl ,n" (',,a,:' '
ently are not of the Jewish faith ,nej :
"' the pen -t. i fighl thai unfor
on
m-
in it- vai
as denned in the New Vork SI
The suit charged, however, that
public patronage was solicited by
the Warner Agency through the
use of advertising which stated
in part: "Once a famous hotel,
now a smart club." A co-com-
plainant with the Committee, and
others who had previously stayed
tt the Lido-Biltmore, were re-
fused accommodations on the
ground that the Lido-Biltmore
was a private club reserved ex-
clusively for its members.
NEW YORK The New Vork
chapter of the American Jewish
Committee has filed suit against a
New York City travel agem
using the "exclusive club'* device
to bar Jewish patronage from a
Florida hotel. Hubert is Block, vice
chairman ol the AJC New York
chapter civil rights committee, an-
nounced Wednesday
Block said the suit ha- been tiled
with the New York state Commis-
sion Against Discrimination against
the Robert F, Warner Agency, New
York city representative tor the
Iffdo-Biltmore hotel. Sarasota, Fla.
According to the complaint, the
Lido-Biltmore was operated a- a
hotel and accommodated men
ol the Jewish faith until the fall of The complaint stressed thai
11-Vi At that tune, it came under basi.....nformati m ffld be lie I il *? l '
,pand dedarcd a ,.,,,.......XZTJZZt
private club.
'I H ANNUM
A Penny Saved Is $1,000 Earned
Mr. and Mrs. John C. [faugh of
1899 SW 3rd St., saved surplus
penny change for the last 13 years
as a hobby by accident. The Haughs
owned a restaurant 13 yea;
Mrs Haugh got tired of count-
ing and wrapping pennie- each
night, mi keeping only 25 in the
5ter for the next day. she threw
the re>t int.. a cigar box, later into
empty gallon jugs.
When they gold the restaurant
eight years ag >, the) found thej
had -.,v..,! six gallons ol the cop
pers A good hobbj had been
the) kept righl on with their
plan. Todaj they have 10.....i
pennies even ,wa.
10.000.,,
The Haughs are now retired
and .t Isn't comfortable around
home with pennies filling every
poss.ble container. They finally
decided that their pennies would
be safer in their Dade Federal
Savings account. They called the
Tamiami branch office of Dad*
Federal, and with the assistance
of association personnel the
transfer was made Friday.
Joseph M !
ne savings institute
ticallj the Haughs have shown thai
100,0
''"-' pprox
Ml a
month or J .
lam
Savings and Loan
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from the fKabbi s f^ulpit
| it another i% e serlei of artUUi prepared by p*h t*l
The Jewish PlcridUn "Rabbinical Corner" In cooper'
he Greater Miami Rabbinical Aon. Rabbi Abraham
hieieih /irael Northride Center, it coordinator o/ thu
hould Realize Central
if God in Religion
INARD KLEIN
El, Hollywood
hhered by an ill-
sacred books of
' o ani.ill hMnf.
rer;ur indeed. ^ollcrf is
in was conferred
A-alot for whom
pr:ih is named
cendant of the
of Aaron. His
I only recorded in
lumbers, but also
[and in the fir-t
revolves about
1TING Tim
6:55 pan.
L S*
the fact that his religion was God-
centered. "The Lord is my ban-
ner" might well have been his
slogan. With such an orientation,
derived from his priestly back-
ground, it is little wonder that
he was unwilling to accept the
status quo of his day. Contrary
to the general population, which
had adopted a matter-of-fact at-
titude towards the corruption and
lasciviousness in their midst,
Phineas, on the other hand, was
disposed to strike a blow for de-
cency and morality. His minority
stand and its subsequent effect is
living proof indeed that "one on
the side of God is a majority."
The present day religious boom
has been described in many ways.
Most often it has been depicted
as a "return to religion." Signifi-
cantly it has not been pictured as
a return to God. Paradoxical as
it may seem, God plays a minar
role in the religion of many peo-
ple. This may be seen from the
fact that the divorce rate is still
spiraling upward, that juvenile
realize the centraOity f God's
role in religion. Surely their own
cannot be explained without it.
Nor can their raison d'etre. Mod-
ern Jews ought to know that'
there is more to their heritage
than just having Jewish parents;
that there is more to their history
than just a record of several
thousand year* of suffering and
persecution; and t hat there is
more to their religion than just
being good-hearted or charitable.
Our purpose for existing as
Jews is bound up with the fact
that we were the find to discover
the idea and meaning of God.
Like Phineas <>( old, we too have
a priestly background and a pre-
dilection for religion in terms of
God. The chaotic state of our
world today challenges the heart
and soul of man in terms of cor-
ruptivc values and double stan-
dards.
Perhaps we Jews, though a
minority group numerically
speaking, can play a significant
roleand an historic onein this
contest. If we make our return
to religion a return to God then
we may well set the pattern for
all to see that ours is one world,
one God, one mankind.
IAMI MIHUO KlltN
. return to Ge4
delinquency continues to march
on, that dope addiction and alco-
holism present serious problems
today. Mental health, philan-
thropy, civil rights, nationalism,
social justice, one or the other,
are being used by many as a sub-
stitute for God, sending Him to
the sidelines. Commendable as
they may be, each represents
only a fragment of religion, and
not the sum nor the substance
nor the central feature of re-
ligion.
Of all people, Jews should
erv$ces in
greater uimi
IAEL. 7M1 Certyla
|Ribbi Isaac Ivor.
*
2535 SW if*
luel Salkow.

7625 SW 3rd ava.
ibbi Yaakov Rasan-
|lliim W. Upton.
V.li .lliull
SW 17th ava. Or
Khmaryahu T. Swir-
4. 12750 N.W. 2nd
I. Rabbi David W.
|L 4000 Prairie avo.
>bi H. Louis Rott-
rdaj > :<>
.m.
301-311 Washing-
Idox. Rabbi Tibor
'uric* Memchaa.
|*EL. 135 NW 3rd
Ribbi Art* Backer.
s.nurdar l:M am.
n honor of I tj* 1,1,1
Hoata: Wa-
[H. 935 Euclid ava.
i< Joseph E. Rackov-
JEWISH CENTER.
Waot Miami
*'irl u .,\
H- iin-rt Raum-
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i'1'.u hi i \ii
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|HTS JEWISH CEN-
1W Jnd ava. Con-1
...ml.
-..in >. ii,.,.

fRANADA. 50 NW
rvetive.
HIALEAH MIAMI STRINGS. 9S1
Flaming* way. Conservative,

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
tth at. Hoenasroad. Conservative
Morris Gerts officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEML
1725 Monroa St., Hollywood. Con
sarvativa. Rabbi Samoal Lerar.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Hailbraun.
I i Id i. s '.'I ii.iii. jservli i-iiiiilm I. .1
ti\ Kr,-l (Ireene, iii^mli, r <.f t:>t
Uovernora. naturoa.) I m. Horvtroa
miilii. i.l In S.1IH Broemaa anil Jai-k
Cohan. Kiii.iu-.ii iw,i.t Mr. and Mrs.
il.Hlli. (tlrlllil.
o
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tar. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ion Malavsky.
KNISETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Sail.
a
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Canter Berele
Kelamer.
Friday |i.m. Saturday 8:J0 a.m.
Kermon: "V',iUI> Portion.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th it.
and NE 11th ova. Conserve.ive.
Rabbi Isaac Lerar. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
i'i 'i iy 4:45 p m >feator Jaaob Gold.
fni b win officiate Haiurday a.m.
a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13*30
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Hanry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Friday 7 a in.
a o
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abrarnowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
a a o
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
New Family Bible
Well Illustrated;
Available in Miami
Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls
has given revisors and biblical
scholars new material in compil-
ing the text for the new Jewish
Family Bible.
For ten long years. leaders in all
walks of Jewish life Orthodox.
Conservative and" Reform have
worked together in compiling the
Jewish Family Bible.
The Jewish Family Bible is il-
lustrated in colors by one of tha
world's greatest artists, Jacob
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TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M. Beumgard.
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6430 SW tth st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Friday flat a.m. First annlvr-rnary
wvkea ..ndii. I.d by Morrla J. Hhi-
iii>. praaMont. (toast Cantor Manny
.Maud! I i 'ins Sli.ilii.ai boata: Mr. and
Mm. MorHa J. Hairls and Mr. and
Mia. Nathan lltjrmaii.
ava
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Lean
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kalamar.
e a a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrsaan. Canter la-
real Reich.
temple Israel. 137 ne ttjfc
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday tm p.m. ItehM Korrw W,
Oraff will 1.1:1. 1.ii.- QajeM Caatoi Raul
I!.-, k.
a a a
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th at. and Tatum water-
way. Conservative.
TEMPLE SINAI af North Miami
131st st. and N.E. 6th mo*. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
riarchs, the heroes and heroines
of biblical history, are included.
Tha edition also includes a Jew-
ish Bible encyclopedia, enabling
oven children to locate and un-
derstand tha mas* difficult bib-
lical passages.
Basis for the text used is the
Jewish Publication Society's Mas-
oretic version, which is the famil-
iar and easily understood modern
English translation.
The first edition of 100.000 cop-
ies is to be distributed on a sub-
scription basis only, locally through
The Bible House, 2726 W. Flagler
st., Miami.
Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
Friday 8:10 p.in. Barman: "Th,- N< .1
fur Oodl) Men S.ilindav a in Sri-
mon. "The Personality nf 1'iilneun."
a a a
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham CasaaL
a
ZAMOP.A JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Lean Nwrwits. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
f i Iday S p.m. Saturday *:M a.m.
RANDY GREtN UNVEIUNC
Or. and Mrs. Henry Green,
41M Aadersaa nL. Coral tablet,
their 4tlrtor, DebereA, aaat
tan, Steven, laeence rhe 4edi-
catiaa tervket for Randall Mat-
thew Creen, Sunday, July 14,
1:30 a.m., at Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
Rabbi Marrii Skop and Rabbi
Yaakov Retenberg will efficiate
TEMPLE ZION.
St. Conservative.
Waxman.
a a
5720 SW 17th
Pabbi Alfred
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 4500 N
Miami ava. Conservative. Rabbi
int fAmnr or im iau
BECKY GINSBURG
wish to express their deep appreciation
for the kind expressions of sympathy re-
ceived from their many friends, organiza-
tions and synagogues, during their recent
bereavement.
NATHAN GINSBURG and FAMILY
Nathan Gintburg
ASSISTANT TEACHER
wanted for afternoon Hebrew School
and Sunday School. Write full de-
tail*; education, experience, refer-
tncN, salary desired. Writ* to
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
Hollywood, Florida
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d! Ml. .Snuii Memorial Par^
(eme'e'y un'h
Kdbhi Momx Sk,op n/fiiiatme;
Mr Lr\in--iiii i- Mirvived by her
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HOKIS SMOLM
MovingToward Meeting the Need for Social |fi
IWIVWIIiy .n jn rl. .oinmlltec., pivfe.ion.liy Milf,H j
THE problem of securing trained J
e to meet the growing needs l
the Jewish communities continues to b. acute.It:n
mated that hundreds ol Po*iUon> are currentl ml
although somo communities are doing their
recruitment programs to meet the / ''.'U(, ,
i virtually even- Jewish communit)
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is preparing a

j t r* via ** .
the developmenl
JFWF i i
currently
th.il
being nj.de'.yt. mui!;
a real -urt Has trained personnel
miltox FRiKD*i.iX_=_
America's Big-Wig
Wash
A question has been raised over the propriety ol a
distinguished American geopolitician working IS
paid agent of the Arabs. He is (ol John E Kieffer. a
reserve officer of the IS Air Force, whose reputation
is such that he was presented the "Distinguished I ituen
Award" of his hometown newspaper, the Buffali N.i
Evening News.
Col. Kieffer was a professor ol political sciem
various universities and a faculty member ol thi N
War College in Washington Hi' i- Fellow ol the Royal
Geographic Society. Recently he launched a Washil
business called "Universal Research and Consultants Ine
It distributes a "special memorandum" analyzing world
events.
The records of the US. Justice Department reveal
that the colonel is registered as a foreign agent tor the
Arab states Delegation Office. Thai office, In Mew York,
is the center of the Arab propaganda apparatus in the
United States. Its stall espouses the N irlogy
which frequently reflects the Communist Part) line,
Col. Kieffer holds that as a consultant h< ( ng
no "public relations" activities and does not m
agree with all Arab view- Hi- Special Memorandum"
claims to be "dedicated to providing a frank, objective,
streamlined analysis ." Vet it minimizes the danger
of the Arabs slipping further into the Communist orbit
An attempt is made to discredit Israel
Iff Iff* MlVIIIIt
Registered Arab Agent
coHabora-
the campoi commmib; N t**Xr*i *"*
'.....TJEl+mm on the Middle ^r presunv
ably including Zionist meeting. H report, tmdings and
impressions to the Arabofftei In Newport.
Official Policy tendencies in Washington as well as
public -pinion trend' an evaluated b) Col Kieffer.
Col Kieffers fee is recorded as $500 n nthlj
Last Februarj the Buffalo Evening Sews published a
series ol five features b) Col Kieffer entitled The Middle
Through Arab Eyes The standard ArabUn- on
Israel md colonialism" was followed <>n March M the
acting director ol the Arab Information Center Dr. ttfm
ol Kieffer He retained him as a con
S500 check Sir,,.- then the re-
-hip has paid dividends to both pi
Col Kieffer mad< known ih.it he also servi the Gov-
eminent ol Venezuela and the Bali I nhi '* I
luld !hi- '" client
compromise the objeetivit) ol his Uemoran
dum" newsletter But some subscribers | vincj I,
particularly about his treatment of th< el affair
An issue it emerging here a- to whether it is proper
for i US. colonel, even while m .. reserve capacity, to
\'.i'i clients wh.i are susp intrigue with
Soviet diploi Ami
daliuns. rhe*t| or private contra
Each of these committees .^j,,.
rial workers among college stud^-J
mi rrt of scholarships j,, ujgi
mittee functions through a special
Fund fur Social Work Kduc:,t, |?(3
(rat ion for Jewish Scrvic has esta
fund t" stimulate young pcopi. (T"
Jewi'h communal leadership the,
by a bequest from I. S. Joseph, are a.
Jewish education, social work and thT
The Philadelphia Federation of M
organized a recruitment committee Z
will also study salaries and scholarS
taming present staff and offering op
Jewish .maters In number ofca_
MirwMtf** rhagrrer. Detroit antafC"
wttMa^ptana for stndcnt, frHll
(o do their field work in the center
These students are paid a pro-rati i
of a full-time professional Action it
Jewish federations and vocational
Pittsburgh. Atlanta and St Louis,
these efforts. Jewish community leaden"!
shortage in trained Jewish scjt|
to be a serious problem for many yesrjT
expand.
J U K H. GORMX
Israel's Shiny New Window on the East
Jerusalem
THE SAUDI RUMBLINGS, accompanied bj diplomatic
pressure and military threats against shipping to and
from Klath in the Cull ol Aqaba, touch up
sitive point in Israel.
After Mr. Hammarskjold's complete surrender I
ser in reducing the effectiveness ol the L'niti
Emergency Force to practical)} nil, the Egyptians h i
renewed their marauding and mine-laying forays from
Gaza to Israel. Before Sinai, thi
what worried about possible Israeli retaliation. Now
are confident that as long as UNEF troops are stationed
along th? border. Israel will not retaliate, since I Ml
soldiers might get hurt and killed in such action,
As the mine- continue to explode on Israi \ road
the Gaza border, killing or woundin
III IUII HI G. EJ FT
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Danny Starts New Film
The Jewish Fi
WHEN I WENT to Cheddar, rr |
** according to Jewish belief, melody (
th" heart. "When mere words fail," at i
ng and sing it. and you will be und
louchea the heart strings, the common i
understanding."
And I remember a story hr u-ed
legend *et down in the Taisnud and
truth. King David conceived his
Above his bed his harp was hung and it i
of lhe earth as the world turned from
the awakenings of life and the sun starksj
east. This music, as if from God. Kin
only on the strings of ihe harp, but in I
while he slept. God then wakened Davidl
down the music to words, and thus Dwftf
born.
Ibis, perhaps, was the grandfather el
The .'cwi-h folksong is the "ncshunufaitf
It touches upon everything in Jewufc^
love marriage, the world. The
in several respects. It is emotional
light and humorous songs retain th
plaiiitivenew ol its sad and somber
i its comedy and tragedy is the fart I
musu is written in a minor In
Of course, the folksongs of other
the Slavs, the Arabs) have similar chara
key, plaintive quality and intio-iHctivetailaj
lenl of the folksong, it is lantastic
of similarity can be found throughout tt
the world. The fairy tale. ('indereUa.*
\ arugated versions in all ci\ili/ed wtn]
in record was established in china JustnH
ers the Israeli public rightlj or wroi I i minf
com the Sinai

Even
poll!
on,
""' : -hip-
tn the Gull ol Elatr, ,. n
vernmenl
hipping in th.
will
M nterl
The wisdom ol this argument i- doubtful and then
mpfainedtol
ncil and
COMPLETING THE LONG run ol his variety shUw il
ton. Danny Kaye has reported to Mi
Mayer Studios to commence rehearsals for his i
circus clown in "Merry Andrew.' To prepare for his part
Kaye incorporate.! several circus ads into his vaudeville
show to pretest them with an audit
Asia via Elath. A""'J jml -s"'
\rahs
will be directed by Michael Kidd. pm,' ,
with Saul Chaplin and Johnny Merc
or writing the music,
!l!lK}^Ml\UX-.
end time, space and even people
H. cause of the growth and estabui
Hebrew songs are a new manifestation aU
life, and a new group of folk singer* hi*]
express a rich inheritance Less int
folksong of our people has an adventure**!
Olf h.is recorded a new album of 'rM**!
and Ix.v Seltzer one of Israel Dances' for*
Crooner Eddie Fisher. currenU) heading bis own
show a the Tropicana in Las Vegas, goe
June fbr-Ws third engagement at tl '%'"
retun..Pfeher will mrte two feature filmsfo,
lease, under his newly-formed production banne/
credits with Hilton Blackstone

Cy Feuer and Ernest II Martin ,,.,, .,. ,,,. .
way productions of "Guys and Dolls '
Boy PWend." have been signed by mgm
of feature films. First to g^s Si
treatment hv Norm,,, irh.. ,,. : "m a
3LHoX Take a Cinerama Holiday'
eh. Mnhur Godfy Rojd, Mia.-ni
MOVIE
th
Peach.
ii
/CINERAMA HOLIDAY
,

[ Lowell
I
into
irom the Broadway comedy by M?/ tlv,,, "' ,lr-'
Paring a screen adaptation ol TheWlSS'-^S v !
head, reportage on the historv -,,.i u"" utl!l'
ISSKBfjfi.............-=;
v^Sw^sas.....I*--
","'""c,i<"h"1"-.................SSSftuyt
"tit any of th" discomforts nonnaUj >rv
" possible exception if you've f-(r
feels to be in a jet catapulted off an u
the sky. don't miss this one The *&'
The unfortunate thing i^ that- *f^lfcj
d.iptabilitv n is all too easy to get ^"-
,*rtirulnj
: In the indoor scene
perceptibly dwindles, and i
oat) *f ,
Mil
(mikij nwiimir*. *n*i <* -
quently baek to the outdoor vistai :"
II recaptured
CbMranu Holiday" has smthu .
ut'urs well for future Pr'"iiU'rit^a
nore and more stoo '""' ^ alflll
parts f America, and a Kn*
and Switrrrland The ^
bit suited, but no one minds much. T
land scmsm is breathtaking.*"1^

iMlnnd
nil
me of the nicest thing
annoying breaks m th- image
fneet th<- middle one have been
re scarcely noticeable.
i an evening's fun, all n**
exactly planning to go swinging ^7
>u can do it anyway-
real New Orleans ja \. M
iloMiK


1957
of

?:% #&*

Cassel Scheduled
In Talk Tuesday
Alvin Cassel will be guest speak-
er at a luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Tues-
day noon in the DiLido hotel.
CMMl is president of Jewish
Family Service
Daniel M Broad is acting chair-
man of the luncheon meeting dur-
ing the absence of regular chair-
man Gershon S. Miller.
Pag* 15-A
LEGAL NOTICB
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVRN that
the undcrilKned. desiring to engage in
Ici^lne** under the ftctitiou* Dame of
<: it E i: N i: s i> it s s s HO P and
GREENE'S m( Miami. Florida Intend*
In regleter said rnimr with III.- i "lei k
if the Circuit Court of lud* <'ount>,
Florida.
H. I. QREENB.
Sole owner.
i/si.ta, :/.-.-it
.aid Schick, discoverer of Schick test (or diptheria,
dief of the tribe" by young patients at Jewish Na-
j for Asthmatic Children in Denver. Colo. Dr. Schick
(consultant to JNHAC. Girl on the left is from Israel
r-old Haifa youngster was sent to JNHAC for treat-
severe illness. Children at Home staged special
m dance in honor of Dr. Schick.________._______
:ial Named To UN Committee
('.TONLester Gut-
ifirial of B'nai B'rith.
appointed to the
Imittee of the United
Me* for the United
i-. a national group
promote the obser-
litfl Nations Day in
T BROS ?o ,
'hi ft/IS I '
The invitation t* Gutltrmin,
chairman of B'fwi B'rith's UN
liaison committee, t* sorvo on
Hi* group was oxtondod by Stan-
Icy M. Rumbaugh, Jr., appointed
by Pregldent Eisonhowor as na-
tional chairman of mo U.S. com-
mittee for mo Unitod Nations.
The committee is made up. of
more than 120 national organiza-
tions representing civic, business,
labor, agricultural, veterans, re:
ligious. educational, youth, women,
trade and service organizations.
New Luxury Coop.
Under Construction
Ground was broken this week
for a new luxury cooperative apart-
ment, the Medrrerraneas, on Bay
Harbor Island facing Indian Creek.
First local venture of Lionel M.
Maron. Montreal builder who now
divides his time between Montreal
and Miami Beach, the $Ij300,000
Mediterranean was designed by
architect A. Herbert Maine*, and
is being contsructed by the Cai
Kovens Construction Corp.
Fascinotod with tho beauty of
boats coming down the Inland
Wattrway, Maron hat arranged
for private docks so that boats
may b* kept a stone's throw
from th* apartments, on Indian
Creek.
The fan-shaped building will be
placed on 70.000 square feet of
land, only 14 per cent of which is
occupied by the apartment house
itself.
The 60 terraced apartments will
all have southern exposures and
face the water. Lawns, pool, play
and parking areas, and landscaping
will take up the rest of the land.
Maron has named Phil Schoen-
berg as exclusive selling agent in
Miami Beach for the apartments,
with Howard Betz of that firm as
-sales manager. An office has al-
ready been constructed at the site,
9101 East Bay Harbor dr. Selling
prices wiH average $28,000 for two-
bedroom, t w o b a t h apartments,
which are scheduled to be ready
for occupancy in December.
NOTIOft UNO**
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK IIKKKI'.Y tJIVEN lli.it
tli- undei *lgned, deairing to engage In
bualnea* under the fictitious name of
A S COMPANY i.i 37 N.E 1*1 Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida. Inicn I u, rap
l Chroull Coin i of Hude .mnti. Florida
LKnAfKrUtXAN
TMKonOHR T. SAMIH.KR
Hob. Owner*
/28. /.'.-IS-I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IK IIKKtOKT OtVKN thwt
the iwdmaJicnud, daaifUi* to ungui:*
In'tiuxlne'a rtmlrr the flptJtkiU* iimna
of PUXTROT or MIAMI at 7401 N.K
Mil Court. Miami. Florida, intend to
wild name uh the Clark of
the circuit Court of t>ade County,
Florida.
AUCON colUfJRATlON
(Side Ownei)
Mai A iron. I'revldrnt.
7/S-12--tf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRFJHY OIVEN that
the underidgnedi desiring to enlace
In liuloe under the fic-tllioua name
of fllt'H WOODTCRNINrj at s.gi N.W.
tint Terrace. Miami. Florida, intenda
to rcglater Mild name with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of I);ule County.
Hoi Ida.
Miillllis It Mil. aole owner.
RARNBTT PEI.TZ
Attorney for Applicant
14 Congie** Rldg Miami 32, Fla.
T/S-IS-lf-M
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fJ solicits your legal notice*.
Wo appreciate) your
patronage and guarantee-
accurate aerrice at legal
Phew FR 44366
lor meesenger aerrVce
LE OAlTNOTIOt
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
. SaV41J3S A
I'.K. FIXATE OK M
WAI.I.APFJ IllfWiS.
NOTICE OF INTSNTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ik heteb> given that I have
tiled a final report and petition for
Final l'i-hargc aa F:xe.ter of
tl:
Male of WAI.UACK HK'.'IS eX-eaiifd;
and that on the I*t day of Auffuat. 19 .7,
will apple to the Honorable KISA.NK K.
Im .WI.IISU Count> Judge of Dade
County, Florida, 'or approval of raid
final repmrt and for final lharv
I tor of lh.- KM He of WAU.AI h,
HltiO T""' '"V'nKRT H.'TC*H'.NS<,N.
KUVXKR MANNHKIMER
Attnrnaya for Albert HutChlnaoo.
vzi-mTt/j-iz
[Complete and Dependable Title Service
IAMI TITU=
YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
)WS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Title Im.renct f.litiei ef
Sense* City Title Inference Ce.
CeeJfef, Surplus A leservet
Exceed $4 000,000
129 SH0REIAN0 AICADI
niEPNONI N 9-1 lT
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY GIVEN that
the undeniianed. flenlrlnfr to engage in
buslneaa under the fictltioiiH ajatiM ANDKK PO8TBR8 AXIi I M'.i AI.S at
*.".l Palm Ave.. Hlaleah. Florida. In-
lenfla !< register auld name wllh the
'lerk of the Cfrctltt Court of Eksda
County! Florida.
ROY HRKISIM !..
(Sole iiwnerl
lltVINC II PROPPBR
Attorney for K"> in.-i-pul
7, ; !:, 8/i.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 8IVEN that
the underpinned. deKlrlng lo enae In
bunlnoaa under the flctltloua name or
OCM.ITY COOK STORK at number
|4B1 N W 7th Avenue In the City of
Miami. Florida Intend- to register the
wid name with the rierk of the Cir-
cuit Court of imde County. Faorida
Dated Bt Miami. Florida thla 12th
'"x '' Jun- 'DOROTHY WCHUUT*
HENRY M CAIN
m ..! n.i for Appii'-ant
V. F\i*ler St Miami. Fla.
1/tt-lB.7/S-ll _______.
'labrned, ile-iring lo en-.-.iu- in i. ',
under the flrtltlou* name of I....
V l.VSS HpOTCH WASH j,."
'Hypnosis' to be Topic
Coral Way Jewish Centex Sister-
Hood will hold their monthly meet-
ing Monday evening at the Turf
Club of Tropical Park. Program
chairman Mrs. Marvin Frcedlund
has invited Dr. Elaine Needell as
guest speaker. Her subject will be
"Hypnosis."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRFJHY C1VKN that
the undersigned, dealring to anS>>< In
bualneaa undei the flctitloua rutmt of
S.\l.i:s A8MOCIATES at Dad* County,
Florida. Intenda to rotrlatei aaid name
with the Cl.-rk of the Cli-.nii Court of
bade, i 'ount]. Florida.
I. K. BRENNER,
Sole Owner.
T/r.-ii-i-!
The
U M. UPTON INSURANCE
1 AGENCY, INC.
Is Pleated fo Announce That it Ht
Moved to New and lor get QmrUn
to Sono Our Expanding Clientele
Bettor and More Efficiently .
136 N.E. FIRST STREET
(A Few Doors East ol Former Location)
COMFUrf (NSIMAMCE SUVKt SHtCI IMS"
TELEPHONE NUMBERS ARE THE SAME
PR 1 5461 f FR 9-0343
FR 1-3819
flfffeii(Cimptnj
commercial
social
hotel
STEEL
weddlnf nnewncemlnft
Dial Fllanklin 3-4634
It* n.e. aixtfi tree
ml a mi 3-3, fieri ale
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB I** HKISKIIY I1IVEN Ihat
the undeiffiKneil. -le^lrlnn to engag
bualni
THRIFT
THRIFTY I.ASS
Kcorrm-WAsii
I nunit., r 717 N.W. ith Street In the
Clly of Miami. FTorkla. IntemU to rer-
laler the aaid name with the Clerk ol
the cirrult Court of Hade County.
Florida.
Hated nt Miami. Pluridn. thia 7th
day of June, IfSJj
EUOENE It SIMON
Sole Owner
OOI.HMAN & <;OU>STEIN
Attomeya for Applicant
*JOT Went FtiiRler St Miami. Flu.
ttt--j*. 7/:.-ii____________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 203718
WII.UAM C. CRAIS, 111.
I'lalnllfr.
VICTORINE A CRAIR.
I i.-f.-iuljnt
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: VICTORINE A CRAIS
vj;: L'raalhVM Mreel
New Orleans, Ixiuihiann
Yt>C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i Kill of Complaint tor Divorce iii
been filed a^ahi-t you, and ion are
r. i|Uil.-.l I ?> of )ur An-
wer cm Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plain! on the I'lalntirre attorney
ROBERT M ll.\|ii:it. !SJ0 Went F'lag-
ler Rtreet, Miami, I'lorlda. and file the
orlflnal In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or Iiefore the ISnd
day of July. 1V.7 If you fiil to do BO,
.1 Dacree Pro Oenfeeao will i>e entered
agalnal roe
DATED thl!- Mil day June. 1<7.
nt Miami. Hade County. Klorlda.
E 1. LEATHERMAN, Clark, i
(aenli Court Had.- rlda.
I.. JOAN KNEBDIW,
lVputy Cl- i k
/SI'S*, 7/5-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY OYVTBN that
the nn-i.---i.io-i. daalrlns to engga
In hudlneae under the fli-tltiouK name
of PAIR-WAY NCUSKHY at
N W 17th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
intenda '" roftotar aald name with the
lerk of the Circuit Ciain of D >
1 County. F'lcc ida
RITH II EOVFJL8RCD
BARNBTT I'KI.TZ
Attorney- for atodicant
It CofUtreaa Bldf M -mu. Fla.
7 IS-lt-M. I I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 40BS1-A
In Itr ESTATE OF
METER B JAWPT*
I lereaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Poranaa HIV-
Ing Clalma or I>emand Againxt Si Id
FUtate:
You. and each of you are nereoy no-
tified and ie.|iiir.d to nt.-. in .n>
clalma and demand* l I. r
either of von may have a-alnxt the
eetale Of METER I- JAW1T7.. de -
reaaed. lite of Tad.- CnunO. Plortda,
to the Honorable CounU Judeea of
Hade County, and file tti- aama in
their ofTlce. in the County Coitrthonoa
In I>ade CoUOtv, Plvrlda. within e'ant
calendar month* from the data of thf
fir*t publication noroof. Said claim*
or demand- I-. c-'iiii" IB* '-"1 '
dreaa of th- ,l..i n.u and I b* WO
,,, an,| I afore*l Kill be i.' '! F< fax '!'
the l4r. l-.l.ci- A< i
I>ate June IS. A I' ...,.
JENNIE (AWITZ ICIiAN IAWITZ
and BERTH v MORRISON
Aa Bei ulor* < th* l.a-i Will I
Te-tain.ni -r METER II J AWITZ. De-
, e-|.-d
KO> NKR MANNHEIMER
i m i.m- -.in it-i Miami Beach, FTa.
Attorn '""
, i i-ll _______.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 302g>
? RACE NKI.I. (A.MIl:r.l.I.,
Plaintiff
RICHARD HENRY CAMIHKI.I..
IVfendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yon. Rielmrd Hanry CnaapOaM, d-
drena unknown, are required to file
ney. IJ0J Congre** Hldg.. Miami. Flor-
ida, on or Iiefore July li7. or el-e
complaint will be taken aa confeaaed
bj % -ii I a ted June II. I Mi
i: U, I.KATHKRMA.V. clerk of
i*.-ali the Cln-ult Court.
UiAN SNKBIJFJN. latputy Clock.
, ;s. J/*-iS-l.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 41021-B
In RE lM.ii.....
JER" IME II WERNER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* and All Peraona Hav-
InK Clalma or I>einand* Ai:ain-t Said
Uatnte:
You are hereby notified and required
i.. preeeut any atnim* and dam
which vou ma) have asalnat tlie eatate
,,f JEROME B WERNER, de.-eaaed
late of Hade Count*. I-loeida. to the
I'ounlv Judge* ol Hade County, and
file the aam* in their offices in the
Counu Courthini.-e in Hade County.
your anwei to th.- dlyone complaint
with the clerk and aerve a copy on
HERMAN COHEN, plaintiff* attoi Florida, within eight calendar month*
fr liero.f. oi the mint will lie barred.
MARY WERNER. A* Executrix of
the Kxtate of Jerome B. Wernet.
Deceased.
I.KON A EPSTEIV, Attorn.>
*1* Mncln rd.. MiatQl Heath. Kla.
S'JS. 7T,.1*-I
e-
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
COUPOn ATMOX OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
In South FlorMa
Call tho JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
FR I- i:i6
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Page 16-A ""
Red Shakeup May Ease Mid-East Tensions
,IWM *#" r ......___ Her views. ** ,ri>arHt to dicui
Continued from Page 1 A
suit of the Moscow shake-up
However, official Israel retrained
from comment on the Moscow de-
velopments.)
Mrs. Meir also felt that the
removal of Shepilov meant lit-
tle either way for Soviet-Israel
relations since he has been
playing a minor role in Soviet
fore.gn affairs lately. High-
lighted was the Politburo ap-
pointment of Nor Eddin Mo-
heitdinov. a Uibegistan Mos-
lem, since he is considered a
personal protege of Common
ist boss Nikita Kruschev.
' v";,r,J"


i
wrrr tint o( the question. Url
iirpared to dixcuaw mutual
nation of boundaries with"
Jordan With regard to the prob-
!, ,.( the Arab refugee-.. h<-
pointed out that this problem can
best be solved by settling the ref
in Arab lands whre there
a need in manpower, especially
lr..q.
SHOW* ASC||
Cwtinw, fcj
mong hom w,
'"""I 'nmiwM.jJP
anywhere ^
Mr Klath J
"*"" nm ",
eondril.-ncf!, fM
'^'liMbiJ"
N" Plans**
funeral s,^
, elude a ^
Scheinl-T,;, < j
iolVL L MCDMtL look.
omil in. Smfadii.
. .vati.i1
Based upon the following statement of
condition, its strength, liquidity, reserves
and reflection of confidence. Dade Federal
cordially invites everyone to join its
family of more than 75 thousand savings
and home loan members who share in a sale
and profitable savings program or an
economical home ownership plan.
O'd ugesf'
liade Federal
./aviNGS a-d Loan A ation o< Miami
'
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
AS OF JUNE 30. 1957
Resources .
CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS ...................
COLLECTIONS IN TRANSIT ............
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS ............
STOCK IN FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK ......
INTEREST RECEIVABLE ACCRUED ON BONDS
AND INVESTMENTS
DADE FEDERAL FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
FHA INSURED FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
VETERAN GUARANTEED FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
SECURED LOANS TO MEMBERS
DADE FEDERAL BUILDINGS. OTHER REAL ESTATE
FURNITURE. FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT
(INCLUDING BRANCHES)
DEFERRED CHARGES AND OTHER ASSETS
Total Resources
Liabilities and Reserves
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS .
LOANS IN PROCESS ...............
ADVANCE PAYMENTS BY BORROWERS FOR
TAXES AND INSURANCE
OTHER LIABILITIES
SURPLUS AND RESERVES ".'.'.' ...................
Total Liabilities and Reserves
FOR A FULL SIX MONTHS EARNINGS NEXT OE
CEM8ER 3,s,. OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR DADF
FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT BY JULY 10th
S 5.047.580.23
173.326.19
7.000.000.00
1.410.000.00
32411.74
72.646.916.26
4.963.046.37
17J11.640.78
869.256.93
1.723.264.36
167.393.90
5111.845.30S.76
5101.361.926.43
2.S18.528.79
287.025.94
281.259.00
____7.296.566X0
5111.845,306.76
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EARN DIVIDENDS TV/ICE
A YEAR AT THE CURRENT RATE OF
... and are INSURED TO SI0.000 by the '
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation. Washington. D. C
*One of ili
Old. r**'"
iJade Federal
c/avings od Loan Association of Mi**"
P*' Maun
JOSH'" ".'
w^T" *" "* M,'AMI B"ANCH .SON CEHTEI. BRANCH.
______


By
. U
J
E
fc "K/c
oman s
1(/o^/
Summer doldrums Scads of people leav-
ing to escape the heat, heading for points N E
S. and WwhicJujjust stand for Newyork Eu-
rope, San Franc-island the Westindies That',
where everyone Mms to be going, anyway
Equal scada arriving in Miami to escape the heat
__ in their home-towns There must be a moral
i place, but it's too hot to think about
|yn Rifo is too busy to worry about Beach temperatures
Ev, the daughter of Mrs. Fannie Rifos. of 1606 Meridian
jiline for Europe on the Queen Elizabeth July 31 she
divide her six-week jaunt among England, Holland, Bel-
^rniany. France and Switzerland (ahh! ice snow
frost terrific) She'll fly back on Sept 8
HyUnd and Dave, by the way .are the Miami financiers.
off to Europe is Sam Livmwk, president of Temple la-
Barbara Graenwald, daughter of the Gene A Green-
4(ill \. Meridian ave------Gene is the Advertising Trade
\>\ Miami Beach and New York City executive Barbara
lust graduated from Miami Beach High School, is already
mta Mar:a, heading for Great Britain. Europe and a
n time .
Siqmund W.intraub family is back from their ten-day
I he West fndies Younguns Pawl and Steven, and Abe
tb, of 3011 Royal Palm ave.. found the breezes cooling
llu S. S. Yarmouth Castle, and the rhythm* hot in Haiti
and the Dominican Republic.
> > > e
ng DiLido hotel) Cohen is taking a real bus-mans holiday
I. it to spend the summer at hi* Hollywood hotel which
Hollywood, but in Westend, N.J. ... The DiLido, mean-
in the capable hands of his son, Saul
lationi are in the mail for the cocktail party at the Ster-
ISunday, given by Mr. and Mr. Herman Eisenberg, of 4421
ave., in honor of the recent marriage of their children
i.nl Seymour .
(Mrs. Murray) Kaufman, of 3921 N. Meridian ave.. has
trom New York, where she attended her niece's wedding
L who summers- at the Fontainebleau. can be found bask-
bi cabana there almost any sunny day.
fre did you come from, baby dear? "From French
might be the answer of Jeffrey Barman Cohen, who made
?ranee there on June 29 Jeff is the son of Dr. and Mr.
Cohen Dr. Alan, a Captain in the Air Force, has been
nice August. 1996 His mother is Mr. Mary B. Cohon,
H.nal hotel here Suiannes proud folks are the
on$ of New York City Jeff has a brother, by the way
to-old Charles When August, 1958 rolls around, the
|lan to head right straight back to Miami, where Dr. Alan
up practice as an orthopedic surgeon .
a little Eagle Scout, Peter Mark, for another set of
Continued on Page 2B
**Jews&UftQndkm
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 12, 1957
Section B
Mr. and Mrs. Club
To Meet Tuesday
Gerald Schainuck. president of
Um Mr and Mrs. Club cf Temple
Beth Sholom. announced this week
that at its next meeting Tuesday
evening in the Sisterhood lounce
of the Temple Jerry Gerard will
lecture on "Man's Creative Geniu-."
A short business meeting at
which future plans for the young
married group are to be discussed
will precede the lecture. Among
the coming events to be aired is
a swim party on July 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Club is one of
Beth Sholom's youngest affiliates
and consists of young married cou-
ples who met once each month.
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky is spon-
sor of the group.
Proceeds for School
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
will hold a barbecue at the Treas-
ure Me motel Saturday evening.
Chairman is Mrs Charles Raab.
Co-chairman is Mrs. Eugene Sch-
wa rz. Proceeds will be for the
new religious school building.
Mrs. Martin Aronow. past president of Coral Way Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood, turns over check for $1,000 to Jerome Rosen,
Center president, at recent ceremonies. Money was gathered
by Sisterhood through various donor projects.
Beauty Salon is Setting
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Center held a "Glamour Night"
this week at Charles Beauty Salon.
Mrs. Norman Leventhal wa> pro-
gram chairman.
Aftermath of fabulous wedding at Fontainebleau hotel June 30,
which heard exchange of vows between Miss Marlene Singer
and Richard B. Stone. Standing (from left) are Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Crovitz and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Abess. Seated (left) is Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, with Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Corner smilina approval of joyous occasion.
Happy parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Singer and Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Stone.
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Cohens, Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Cohen Of Marseilles dr. ] C*J|
i. wHiknow, on the Beach for his leadership la the Bo) ScoOl
movement
Visiting with his grandfather. Dr. t^g~$SE
Wolfson, is Robert Charles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Wewjg
ol Willard. NY. Robert, who is an honor s udent at the Ovid
High School, has won many awards on radio andI t.v. .jrwnmay
be getting to know him soon-hes mad- application to he *M.W
QuesYion As a history major, that would Ik- his category .
Bet its hot in those isolation booths ...
Jan. and Charles Leeds, of 611 NE 30th ter.. are flying high
and its not because Capt. Char.es is a pilot tor National Airlines
They've just welcomed in from New York Charles mothei and
Sister, Mrs. Nellie Leeds and Miriam Here for two weeks, the
Leeds' headquarters is the Casablanca, lor sunning and swimming.
'Passport' Pushes
Florida Vacations
Summer fun and recreation i<
the theme of a colorful "Passport
to Florida" tolder being distrib-
uted free by Florida Power & Light I
Co. Just the right size to slip into
an envelope with a letter, it is
the latest in a series of community
services sponsored by FPL to build
summer business in the state.
The bright green cover carries
the great seal of the state of Flor-
ida and is titled "Vacation Pass
port. Florida U.S.A." In formal
style suitable to a real passport,
the prospective visitor i- extended
all the courtesy, friendship, dircc
tions and aid he may require.
wherever he visits throughout the
state.
A blank space i- provided where
his name can he written. Below,
Reddy Kilowatt smiles a greeting
"In Florida, all roads lead to
fun." The entire folder sup-
ports this statement with fun-
I filled photos, it shows people
playing golf, catching big fish,
water skiing and watching thrill-
ing races, as well as glimpses of
beautiful farmland, groves and
scenic spots.
The state is divided into five
areas, such as West Florida and
1 Central Florida, with places ol in-
] terest listed for quick and easy
j reference.
A handy mil"ase chart shows
i distances between 32 Florida cities.
A "clincher" at the close of the
, folder is designed to make the
j reader hurry to the sunny south
land. It is a thermometer, with
readings showing thai Miami tern
peratures are cooler by tar than
in tifteen other cities in th- I'.S.
"Florida's summers are mild," the
folder state-, "water cooled In
ocean, gulf and lake-
Recent birthf al Mount Sinai Bo*
pital include the tolkWtag:
1 son born to Mr. and Mr- ( har
|M Sussman June 28.
born I- and Mrs \MI
ham Juliui June S3
So born to Mr and Mr- \S Ml*
Goodman June M
Sn bom to Mr and Mrs. Lou
Eiwnben June 22
Daughter born to Mr and m
vr ird Olio June 22
Son born to Mr. and Mrs l.eon
Mdoy, M
in Cjreater Jtiiattti
Syrek Juhe 22.
Daughter horn to Mr m u-
Marshall Dixon Jun 22 **
Son born to Mr. and Mrs uj
Greene June 21.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. AlfrN
Meymann June 20
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Rwuu
l^onard June 20 ^
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Stu.
ley Cohen June 17.
Son born to Mr and Mrs H
bert Saks June 17.
"Pasfeport to Florida" colorful
invitation to visit all parts of
state during summer vaca-
tion, is displayed by Nancy
Phillips, of Miami. Folder is
offered free at Florida Power
& Light Co. offices, part of
company's campaign to build
Florida's summer business.
Mrs. Matilda Washton is
sponsor of membership tea
and card party Tuesday af-
ternoon at Eden Roc hotel for
Louis D. Brandeis group of
Hadassah._________
Push Novel Plan
To Spur Bond Sales
A novel plan to spur tales ol
State "f i-raei Bonds is being push-
ed In the Greater Miami arei bj an
active community worker
He i- B. H Libennan. ol 320 sw
23rd nl, who Wednesday revealed
the plan.
Liberman says he is prepared
to sponsor on a temporary basis
one-half of the purchase <* an
Israel Bond, the purchaser
paying the remainder in interest-
free small installments at his
convenience.
Towheaded Girl, Key Figure
In Six-Year-Long Legal Tiff,
How Officially Miss Hildy
The six-yearlong battle over Hildy McCoy is endd Early Wei
nesday, the towheaded smiling youngster whose name has aopearej *
international news headlines over heart-rending stories, officially be-
came Hildy Ellia.
Dade Circuit Judo* John W.
Prunfy gave Mr. ard Mrs. Malvin
B. Ellis custody of the child, thus
bringing to a close their tangle
with tragedy, which was climax-
ed by their llthhour flight from
Massachusetts last year.
Judge I'runty's ruling came as
Mr Ellis wai out looking for a new
home
Earlier, on Monday, it wiped as
viscment to continue his study of
the orders of the Massachu<*tti
court.
According to Massachusetts, the
Jewish couple were not entitled tt i
adopt Hildy. whose natural mother
was Catholic.
Last month, Gov. Collins ea-
rned Massachusetts extradrtiea
of th* couple, who fled hen
anonymously and whose identity
it the long tug-ofwar would con WM discovered following their
tinue unabated, when I'runty held
up the final adoption While in
sisting thai Hild) "was adoptable
and that Mr and Mrs Ellis were
purchase of an automobile fraa
a local d~a!er.
It was Gov. Collins view that tat
suitable' a- prospective parents Dltona had proven thim-elves kj
and the proper couple to adopt her. ,h,,r ction.s as fitting parents for
the Dade Juror declared he was
taking the ease under further ad-
Ex-Nazi Leader
Resigns His Post
FRANKFURT (JTA) Her-
man Krumey. who is under inves
tigation by the Frankfurt prosecu-
tor on suspicion of being an ac-
cessory lo th-- murder of hundreds
of thousands of Hungarian Jews,
has resigned his seat on the Wal-
deck County Council to which he
was elected as a representative of
the rightist BHE Refugee Party
Krumey, one-time major in the
SS, was in charge of "Jewish Af-
fairs" in Hungary in 1944 at the
time the Nazis attempted to
"trade" 1,000 000 Hungarian
Jews for 10,000 heavy trucks and
other war material.
Hildy and that Hildy nitoof
mother had demonstrated nrhav
love for the child nor c ineern f
her best interest -apart irnmtbaa
which suddenly demanded tat
Hildy be taken from the Jetia
An example would be Ihi sale ol n sn-ii
a SlOt) l-rae! Bond. Libennan \ PrOCCOOS Will
. plains. The purchaser onl) has lo
paj $50 down The real can i
paid off, for example, at $10 a
.month over a five-month period
"In tin- waj Israel gets the im-i
mediate benefit i>f each ol our be-t.
.intentions without having to wail a ianl Dart> in tho Terrace room. rJ!n**rt John Sullien,
; lor us to b? able to afford our,
, small benefaction.
Go to Mod Center coup,e and *fivcn tn (a,hn||c**+
live parents.
Proceeds will benefit Hada-sah
Medical Center when Hannah Se-
nesch group of Hadassah meets for
In rulm. /Aonday, Judge Pre
ty gave close attention \t Ha
Tempt Wilted Appetites!
COOL SUMMER SALADS
made -^ frtJLtrs^^sfs'
with
'Breakstone's
makes if
BETT0
"And Israel certainly needs
thi immediate benefit," Liber-
i man declared here Wednesday.
"Commercial and industrial de-
. velopment, the purpose of Israel
Bond funds, is the lifeline to the
Jewish State's future.
""Only through such funds can
; Israel guarantee the victory she'
; won so dearly on the battlefield
in 1948"
Liberman is an active number
of Sholem Lodge B'i ii B'rith
Woman Conductor
Scheduled Sunday
duclor of a .
exclusivelj of women,
Ixth Univei II |
i !
rica bj 1
Has won fame in thi I
and I
' lim. 30 p
SS.
"'"Hi Beach auditorium
o;;;;'M'""";' Symphony
''' under Mi- stark\ ,\\
the ol,
r-.
;,:;,i::,r
irtu insu-
Stark ir-i i Mk-
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i he It
,'!"" "/"' ""-' UUi Mindav
RI, "'""" !
'"'" "Piaicato Polka,"
of the Sea Gull hotel Monday at'
1 p.m.
Mr- Henry .r Nelson is chair-
man of the card party affair.
Members of the committe* in-
clude Mesdames Jack Falk. Lillian
Atlas.. Mark l.arhman. Victoria
Roe, Maurice Klein. Edward Klkin,
Abe Singer. M Schwartzman and up on the docket of the I'S. Sej
Ben Marquit preme Court.
appeared in tho Dade court h
behalf of tho State of Meaudw
ettt. Sullivan hold that the Ui.
Constitution reouire* a court W
bo bound to tho doclsiont ef aw
other court In any ofher ttatt.
Ben Cohen and John Lloyd \
torneys for Mr. and Mrs Ella.
earlier expected the case to wiai |
Good Any Time!
Ui C0V*T IKirCCIlD ,
PICKUD, C00KTO and SMOKED MfAT PRODUCTS;
COASTLINE PROVISION CO., *
855 BISCAYNE St., MIAMI BEACH
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[Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, outgoing president of Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women's Organizations, presents gavel
to new president Mrs. Fred Sandier.
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A penny won is a penny saved" Putting new twist on old
"lying is Stephanie Brodie, of Miami Beach Senior High
chool, who was named one of winners of essay contest spon-
ged by American Savings Building and Loan Assn. of Miami
--ach in conjunction with Advertising Federation of America.
Stephanie's essay on "AdvertisingForce for Democracy" was
"hosen along with essays written by Gail Spilky and Richard
faterson, also of Miami Beach Senior High School. With her
pertiiicate went a cash award, with which Stephanie promptly
opened an account at American Savings.
Account Exec.
Registered Her?
Milt..n H Schermer. of 1611
lrl'1 ave Miami Beach, has just
come registered as an account
lecutive.
Be U presently associated with
"ch and Company, members of
*ew York Stock Exchange, lo-
"d at 1610 Washington ave.
Sth.rmr wa graduated from
" .m. Beach Hih School and
rnd. H Miami. Ha also attended
L.rd'",' "cutiv, training
r ^*r* *"" mana-
*' ,h "tM'l department at
IllfPV -t*'*nsnf .tor* on
I Mined countywide recogni
*unB K,.0ne ih* funding
r."8 ''^'nessmen in IMS and is
tanjr, m'ny civic and charitable
Pioneer Women's
Council Installs
New Officers
Mrs. Abe Seltzer installed the
1957-5R nfliicrs (.f th- Greater Mi-
ami Council of Pioneer Women's
Organizations, coordinating body
for local clubs, at the Raleigh ho-
tel last week.
The Mesdames Sam. Sorin-Bild
and Rosemary Kaplan were install
ed as honorary presidents; Fred
Sandier, president; Milton Green.
Bernard Powell. Oscar Zcltzcr.
Moses Meyer, Sam WUeiuky, Mor-
ris Seeman and Louis Cosow, vice
president; I. Shapoff. treasurer;
Jacob Raffel. financial secretary;
Marvin Copenhagen, recording sec
retary; and Albert Berson, corres-
ponding secretary.
Following the installation ccre-i
mony. Mrs. Sandler's first Official]
act was the appointment of the
following chairmen for the coming
year:
The Mesdames Henry Seitlin,
Moetiet Hapoalot; Abraham
Shedroff, Child Rescue; Nathan !
Bookspan, Jewish National Fund;
Helen Victor, membership; Isaac '
Pushkin, Bonds for Israel; Moses ,
Mayor, American affairs; Loo '
Goldman, cultural; Oscar Zelt-
xer, Israel supplies; and Solomon
Halperin, Histedrut.
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Wo-
men and their friends tried to beat
the heat with a swim and pizza
party Sunday at the Coral Gate
swimming pool. Chairman for the
event was Mrs. Sylvia Braus; act-
ing co-chairmen were Mrs. Ceil
Segal and Mrs. Jeanette Heine.
Kadimah's incoming president i
Mrs. Moses Meyers announced herj
first board meeting at the home of
Mrs. E. Kleiman July 24. Events
for the coming year will be dis-
missed.
The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women will hold a reg-
ular monthly meeting at the home
of Mrs. Fred Sandier Wednesday,
July 17.
tl/rt n t c (1
BELL, Briea Rimer, married, hst
known address- Miami, Fla. Born
in Rumania, she was a seamstress.
Cousins are Leo Ranzer and Ber-
tha Schmerer. Being sought by
BUND, Emanuel,,Marshall Malin-
owsky st., 7 '2, Czernowitz, USSR.
*
GRUSSKY, Chaya Esther London.
Last known address somewhere
in Florida, formerly of Connecti-
cut. Arrived in U.S. 1910-1912.'
Place of birth Lithuania, 1892. |
Father's name was Pinchas. Hus-
bands name not indicated. He I
was last known to be in the auto-
mobile accessories business. Be-
ing sought by BUMENZON, Mir-
iam London, Parbitch Tomskayaj
Oblast, Pabitchesky Raion. USSR.
Place of birth. Kalvari. Lithuania.
Father's name Pinchas. Date fur-
nished by a Mr. Joseph Ginsberg.
1672 Townsend ave, Bronx, NY.

SILBERMAN, Louis. Married. Last
known address Miami Beach, Fla.
Place of birth Rumania. Citizen
of U.S. Wife named Fani. Being
sought by ABRAMOWITZ
(Abramovici) Haia Silberman.
Shikun Amidar 131/1 Bat Yam.
Israel. Born Roman, Rumania
Age 47. Arrived in Israel in 1950.
Father's name Berl Silberman.
Mother's name Reisel Silberman.
Date of last communication Jan-
uary, 1990. Letters written to
Mr. Silberman have been return-
ed to Israel
Southwest Center Sisterhood
Plans fun for All
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Center has planned an evening of
fun for all.
The event is a splash "party at
the Johnina hotel Saturday even-
ing.
Mrs. Norman Richman and Mrs.
Al EJen are co-chairmen.
"Eleanor Rooseveltmeet Eleanor Roosevelt." Mrs. Louis L.
Perlman, of Chicago, retiring president of B'nai B'rith Women,
presents former First Lady with a doll likeness of herself at
organization's biennial convention. Roosevelt doll is one of
a collection depicting famous persons utilized by B'nai B'rith
Women volunteers in presenting "Dolls for Democracy" pro-
grams in grade school classrooms. Mrs. Roosevelt addressed
first National Women's Conference on Intergroup Relations,
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women, which highlighted conven-
tion.-Sixty national women's organizations participated in con-
ference.
Miami Beach philanthropist Jennie Grossinqer is shown receiv-
ing gold medal of honor from Lt. Gen. Thomas W. Herren,
Commanding General of First Army. Mrs. Grossinqer was
selected for awards by 52 Assn. because of her "outstanding
service to the wounded." Presentation took place at Waldorf-
Astoria hotel in New York City.
mm oh scNftMfi
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. president of Union of Amencai He-
brew Congregations, arrives in London with his wife to pegin
series of important conferences with religious leaders in Eng-
land, France, Italy and Switzerland, footed Reform rabbi will
also deliver major address at annual meeting of World Union
for Progressive Judaism in Amsterdam, flolldnd in July.
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rael's Women Emerge in New Role of Spiritual Partner
By ANITA ENGLI
\ \ i A.MAL. ISRAELThere
r, i>al>]> more interesting and
women in Israel per
than in any other
i the world. I'm not even
,, start enumerating them.
ieh there are a few names
w.u could prohahly supply
I | just want to mention I
,., of .Malka Samsonoff, one
.imple mother- in Israel.
|k.i lives now in the mountain
. ot Zichron, hut was born
l,t. whu h i- distinguished by
ns ot .i ureat crusader castle
up from the shores of the
lerrjnean. She is about 45,
Duntjin of a woman, with
that speak almost as
.,- In r lips do. They don't
.,> i he same thing, so that
mosphece of mystery
Intrigue alxiut even the sim- i
c,m\ersation with her. This
iibahl> a hangover from the I
when the Jews of Palestine I
precarious citizens of a deca-
I Turkish F.mpire. Even when
v ii a recipefor Malka
cookit is given
|such an air of conspiracy that
> mi are being let into the
I love potion.
lalka is a born actress. Whn
tells you about tho oarly
in swamp-ridden Athlit, on
narrow strip of cotlt at tho
of Mt. Carmel, you can hoar
| croak of tho frogs, tho hum-
kg of tht malaria mosquitoes,
even feel yourself choking
the fume* ot tho fuol made
camel dung which tho aarly
jlers bought from tho Arab*.
raid you like to hear the
dt a telegram James de Roths-
ed by Baron Edmond de Rothschild
hut some kilometres back down the
line; by chance, beside a memorial
to an Armenian celebrity, Sheik
Abreiq.
This meant that the farmers of
Athlit had to walk some three
miles with their produce on their
desk, and shook the old man warm-
ly by the hand.
"Ich voile machen feele for Ath
lit," he told him.
And so he did. It wasn't long
before Israel Gavriel Shapiro re-
ceived a telegram from tie Roths-
heads or on their backs, through chi,d telling him that the station
two hostile Arab villages. Coming would be transferred to a short
home, in the dark, they were in distance from the settlement where
perpetual danger, and even by day-! stands today. The swamps
light as well. | around Athlit were drained, and a
When they heard that the Bar-I salt 'ndurtry was established there
on's son. James de Rothschild, who' cxp"rtln,? t0 ,he M,ddle **** bo,h
Full-color reproductions of or-
igionql paintings by Evelyn
Goldenson Glick, American
artist noted for use of casein
as a medium, illustrate Art
Calendar issued by National
Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods for Jewish year 5718,
which will begin at sundown
Sept. 25. Casein is milk base
paint which can be used
either to give fluidity of wa-
ter color or strength of oil.
was then a major in the British
Army, had come to Palestine, the
members of the local council of
Athlit prepared a petition, and
sent it off to him by the hand of
Israel Gavriel Shapiro.
Just as with tho old Baron, a
person had only to mention that
thoy woro from one of tho Roths-
child villages, to gain an imme-
diate audience. Tho old man
from Athlit was ushorod into
Major James' office, and saw tho
lanky aristocrat loaning back in
his chair, with his long logs
crossed on tho desk in front of
him.
by harbor and by train. Egypt was
one of the countries which import-
ed salt made from the sea waters
of Athlit. With the swamps drain-
ed, and new land for agriculture
available, Athlit expanded, and its
security increased with the prox-
imity of the new kibbutzim settled
on the reclaimed soil.
In 1954 when James de Roths-
child brought the remains of his
father for interment in Israel, he
was greeted by delegations from
all over Israel, representatives of
the colonies which the Baron had
child sent my father?" she asked
me the other day when I vi-itcd
her in Zichron. This la the story
she told me.
Malka's father. Israel Gavriel
Shapiro, of an old Hassidic line,
was head of the local council at
Athlit in 1920, when the British
built the Tel Aviv Haifa-Jerusalem
railroad. The station closest to
Athlit was not placed near the
Jewish farming settlement found-
founded in the early days of mod-
ern Palestine.
Tho delegation from Athlit was
headed by Malka Samsonoff's
brother, Zvi Zoov Shapiro, mem-
ber of Athlifs local council.
Whon it came his turn to stand
before James do Rothschild, ho
informod him:
"I am the son of the man whom
you promised to do much for Ath-
lit. I want to tell you that lilt
today Athlit is developing as the
re-ult of your efforts."
Seated in a wheel chair, broken
in health, and weary, James de
Rothschild gave a start of delight
when he heard the words of the
farmer from Athlit. He kept Sha-
piro beside him when the deli
tion went on. He wanted to hear
again the story of how, when he
had been a young man. and was
able to cross his long legs on the
desk in front Of him. he had saved
a Jewish colony, he had caused
swamps to be drained, and had
brought security and livelihood to
thousands of settlers in Palestine.
Speaking in German, which was
their only common language, the
old man put in an impassioned plea
for the transfer of the station to
Athlit. He told of the sufferings
the settlers were experiencing, and
the harm done to Athlit's economic
development through lack of ac-
re-- to the big markets. There was
a fine harbor at Athlit, he pointed
out, well suited for export and
import, should industries be set up
there.
"And besides." he demanded,
"why should some Armenian be
honored by having a railway sta-
tion in his name? Why shouldn't
there be a station in the name of
the settlement your father built?"
"But there are swamps all around
Athlit." Major Rothschild said.
"They can't put a station there
because of the malaria."
Tho old man rose from his
chair, his white board bristling
with indignation. "Wo have lived
at Athlit for 20 yoars without
running away from tho malaria,"
ho said. "It's not going to hurt
tho train to stay there for a few
minutes ovory day."
Mayor de Rothschild was so en
thused. he swung his feet off the
Straight Clark, of Philadelphia, winner of fifth annual Adiron-
dack Mountain Invitation Tennis Tournament singles cham-
pionship, held on courts of Scaroon Manor, Schroon Lake. N.Y.,
receives trophy from Rudy Weinberg, Scaroon Manor's assis-
tant managing director.
lying tribute to Dore Senary. American Jewish Congress
Vaids Scroll of Honor to noted Hollywood film producer at
pent luncheon in Stephen Wise Congress House in New York
ly. In making presentation in name of New Jersey region
I American Jewish Congress. D. Beryl Manischewitz (center)
piled Senary "for his valuable contributions to education,
blic information and strengthening of American ideals."
hers pictured are (left to right) Frank Abrams, president of
riencan Jewish Congress' Business and Professional Asso-
ates; Edward G. Robinson, distinguished stage and screen
ar; Dr. Israel Goldstein, AJCongress national president.
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111 H L ill Sweet,
A staff of 76 counselors and su-
pervisory workers met for a
full week of training and orienta-
tion beginning Monday, June 10,
in preparation for their respective
duties with the four summer day
camps of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center which opened
the following week, it was announ-
ced Wednesday by Emanuel Tropp,
assistant director.
A concentrated training schedule
was in store for the combined per-
sonnel of this total camp operation,
including workshops in basic skills
and discussion sessions regarding
individual and group behavior. The
camps are conducted this year
at the following locations: Town
Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.; Beach
Branch, 1536 Bay rd.; Flagler-
Granada Center, 50 NW 51st pi;
North Dade Jewish Center, 13630
West Dixie hwy.
Each has a camp director who
is a member of tho year-round,
Ml-time professional staff of tho
Center. Thoy have been assign-
ad as follows: Beach Branch, Ar-
nold Piskin; Town Branch, David
Eskenaxi; Flagler-Granada, Harry
Shamis; North County, Donald
LaBolte.
Other regular profesional person-
nel assigned to the camp program
are Miriam Scheinberg, who will
serve as program director at the
Beach Branch camp, and Barbara
Zimmeit, who will serve in a similar
capacity at the Town Branch.
All groups of children will be su-
pervised by a team consisting of a
.senior counselor of college age or
older, with the assistance of a
junior counselor. Each camp will
have a qualified waterfront safety
instructor in charge of the swim
ming program.
The full day camp staff roster.
are as follows:
Town Branchwaterfront super-
visor, Robert Rothberg, and coun-
sellors Harriet Solloway, Joel Mutz-
man. Sanford Jacobson. I>arry Lef-
sky. Michael Meyer. Jerome Davies.
Kenneth Feldman, Harvey Meltzer,
Marcie Unger, Frances Sternshein.
Rosalie Mutzman, Nancy Palman.
Brona Cohen, Nora Gordon.
Beach Branchwaterfront super-
visor, Gerald Koppele, and coun-
sellors Ethel Dertke. Alvin Itikoff.
Stephen Grussmark. Stephen Fish
kin, Paul Israel, Barry Classman,
Allan Wolfe, Alan Borenstein,
Robert Behrendt. l..mn\ i;ell;iml.
Phyllis Kothman. Hsrjorit Fischer,
Floretta Klinger, Natalie J>I
Jean Deutsch. Gale Kay, Marcia
Jcrvis, Susan Cohen.
Flagler-Granada head counsel-
lor. Marvin Schneider; waterfront
I supervisor, William Griffin; and
counsellors Linda Mehler, Paul
Brown, David Goodman, Myr<>n
Weehsler, Ralph Fistel, Richard
| Evans, Bernard Fogel, Barry Sze-
i mere. Judy Wayne, Barbara Hacker,
Leta Behren, Linda Garden. Nancy
Freed, Ann Elovitz. Sylvia Kuvin,
Janice Wayne.
North Dade Camphead counsel-
lor. Irvin Bloch; waterfront super-
visor. Yvette Cole; and counsellors
j Sheila Silverman. Marshall Gold-
I berg. Edward HeUbronner, Howard
Nen. David Brandt, Carl Sterling.
George Nachwalter, Larry Epstein,
Elinor Sontag. Phyllis Cohen,
Mima Fistel. Raela Blau. Harriet
Silverman, Sheila Epstein, Simons'
Nachwalter, Marjorie Davidson.
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Contracts Signed This
For New Mt. Sinai Bull
Max Orcv.tz. prairtmil of Ml Smcri rkepitaJ Koracn a I Smith architects: Sam
signs contract for cc-s:;-?- Snai Moeon ptes.de.it of Toy-
Hospital. A: hk lefl and right rare traRMi ." la
Gerald Lewis cr.d Jack Carr.er. Rec: an '-
Cairo Gives its Version of Red Shakeup
LONDON'JTA The Je I. h
aspect" of the political shake-up
in Moscow wa^ given Wedr.esda;-
over the Cairo radio in a t
CSSt in Hebrew in h.r I
emphasized that the p
leaden are either Jew t
pro-Jewish and t
(Cfacfa)
directed the pur.
ar.d raj ports 1
again>t Israel."
Thi
- I-azjr .-.
hat the
s Jen Mr. N
-. but B
"This mMnt," the E^vo-ij-i
broadcaster iive-"ea thai tfl
is M il : surge de-
si?po : il itianett t *ade-;
Who are inclined towa-d 2;-
Israeli engineers and workmen at site .-.ear waterfcc-- -
pumping unit of 144-mile Elath-Beershecc oil pipdSe
JunTZ]0 rPleUn W,H aSS13'anCe f S. <5tol Bono
funds. Israel Government invited deleaation of Israel Bo"ri
leaders from all parts of United States and Canada oF
pate in recent dedication ceremonies, officially 0L-
Pipeline for commercial use by oil tankers. P peLe ThS
wd have an annual capacity of 1.000.000 tons of^l s expel'
SrlanWor1 abUt S1-OCa00 mn,h ownlu S
LEGAL NOTICE
nm. It it well known that
Nikita Khrushchev hates Jews
nd supports the Arabs against
Israel. It will be difficult for
Israel when the new Commun-
ist leaders begin their open
war against Zionism," the
broadcast prophesied.
jim-vi thiit
B
wish cmi
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Sunday Breakfast Due

This
' the third in a
Boofride for leen-Aqen
th Bade Jewish Center p|
teen agers SundS
*^|biut the Center'! office
njned this we-k
{ the new $7.
Hospital by Max
lent >if M* Sinai Hos-
M Mason. preident
letioa Co. in the
'' h< -pital
On .it/. Taylor
Ion bidder and
negotiated to ee*>
spital. Th eight story
ncrete structure has
tarted by the Atlan-
. which ha* in
(or the hospital
- I-.;) located on part
oJLJhA^jin^-iit hospital ground* ?
fferfi. '"plrtion^jr XJ-
i~ act at carry
ling controls arp being han-j
the firm of Morgan. Alte-'
I mus anil Barr
Present at the signing of Hse
contract were Orovrtt and Ma-
son; J. Gerald Lewi*, vice pcoei- I
dent of Mt. Sinai and chairman
of the building and planning
committee; Sam Resnicfc, Jack
Carner and Joseph Rose, trustees
and members of the committee;
and Irving Korach and Dana Id
G. Smith, architects of the new
hospital plans.
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor ol Ml Sinai, -aid the 330-bed
pital will be an ultramodern
hotel like -tructurc. with all out-'
roonu for patients The joint
f Ml Sinai Hospital and
the I Miami Jewi-h Federa
gned ao that the
most modem concepts ol facilities'
-ml nur-.r:. rare for patn-nt- will
be ivtJlal kt ta ,n m
k* of ra<' I creed
Air' >ng ai.
.ng will .^JM
* bespital. anddogJ
"? *inCf
Telephone r.corduiiJ
be placed at strata,!-,
doctor* car dictate mJ!
rf,s '" -r
A centr.il -VTiliu^
give <; .ro| ^
and allow nurses am,,
vote to patio
Patients will ii j, |
. beds, which cankea^,
dpwn. tilted fort Mid I
systems of claasd
vhlien are currant!
studied, Gertner ssie,,
far operating room
camera fellows the i
ing an operation. E
ieal students and
nsemoers may watch
niejoe on a screen ia |
pital's auditorium.
The other TV -ysteni_
a camera focued on tan
bed. By flicking a
station, th- nurse on
check on all her patiegl
disturbing therr. Tins i
shut off should the
privacy.
Other feature- art aba]
plated. Gertner added l
two-way call s>-tem by I
pocket radios to beci
tors and key hospital
and a pneumatr tube
distributing n tgei aail
throughout the hospital i
tronic impu'-
OLi
\tuarics
:oll;i
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... JiPJ'S* Bv PUBLICATION
\?,Jf$'*CKJ,T COURT OP THE
I. no.EnN J.UD|C"'- CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. in AND FOR nine
S&S'Jw'- 'N CH*NCERyN0. %?4
iff.
ROBBRT MATNARD BOTBR

SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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ptelni aii ...
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uEsSis'ffi>5'JS
an
Citizens Federal Maintains Top Pace
A continued -ur^e f savin., k-, r uvt
growth byev. ral ^. ^ "l 3-e.r." Stuzin
arsg-- wraiiTOi
this week his aaaoriations a-e,s
*????noarIy a thlrd du^-
,ng ,ne f,r-' h month, of iku
year, and mr. ,han W percent
Mnce June 30. 1956.
Rabbi Abram Vossen Good-
man, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Sinai. Lawrence. N.Y..
has been elected president of
Alumni Assn. of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion. America's
seminary of Reiorm Judaism.
A vice president, he was
elected to presidency at or-
ganization's annual meeting.
SAMUEL C i
si. or mi
Juts J. A w
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lived er
lr>, K'h. r
d-iswhi. i
Mn Ptis

l ical j'rassi .....
OAVIO BLOOM
."..".. of
pair .-'i
eight re., r
the S
iludr I
hi- fath. r. M
1 with I
i
HERMAN CREENitji
l> ..f a*
I Week* .n
.. r^ h was an
earehred "
ireni '
liirt-nl-r
liomi; an
Tufel. atll
. Kooalyn peaaon and Mr- B-^
All orr from tbt ^
sin \ irln ..I-"
(IrrtnaJe Roibb I i-*-***
Iceii nr J.il> ". i
rurwial H. I"'. !">
Ni Imi C'emeler)
ABRAHAM WAN0
f |tU r-w l"h al^jjeaj
A rll>- mt. ttt J
f\e > ai"1 ""Tj
SurvletBa; r hi- ^PgT
Se>nu>ur. a .Uuahier "j^|
. Nnhli, .in.l Ihr.r rB* ^TJ
- wrrr Julv < <:r'2j
Home, with buiUi "> Mt.
eiery.
St0,, sa.d ,h. association',
Ss'mIm enmP-r#d Wi,h $,J
016.961.27 on Dee. 31, 1956 J.
It one year ao. '
"The pace of savings in n.n.i
county for the fir ade !
ihic lrst SIX months of
lummunitv
vemeet home financing
"-::; Sstj S
--^or, ;^?-
'"dividua. ho^Ts or l'?00
000.000 cr^ ,Xuv:;$^
""?My r.P.yme, T.', ^
^hmrmP:::lr;ht^,n,ur"
instruction ,, L ^SSP** "'
directors of th, f.f,c*rs and
1 "* *eriition are
eUw In and contribute to many
local community affairs,- stuzin
emphasized.
Th- Reneral association pohc\ is
summed up by s F. Daniels. e*ec-
eerL prcMd"" "d recently
, "' President of the Hia
;^mi SpnnW Chamber of
< ommcrn-
We are aheae, Will,nR lo h-lp
and take part ln any civic project
rend hirhwiii^PitJea
tHirers of our area."
Charter**] on M,rch M 10A,
tituei f n M- ,952-
'ts d,H.r i s. Sav,n*s operted
Pgrot??JU^^5
y growth and servJce to the
2T2:,he ^ oT.
nr'ng frw -M- Ul savers dunn.
the enure raonth of Ju|y.
on. LEC w. L"^"J
(, .f imi stv i ten j
A reeldent here fiNr >e-- ^
hi* wife. Rulh. >lu,i
HoBjrwoo*, CalJi br'f*-ul
el-iera. Servl.-. -
Mav-Krarh M "EJ
iHirial In h'tar ..f IW>WJ <-*"
isioonl KHWj
SI. of W* BW leth t. <"" J
retired najra*" ''' ** .al
hare, ill year. [^Jl
f*mn: -" M"'.f!r
randaua. ^'
MRS. SJoTlIE ZW|C1
,M. of Ulo M ^t
ur%l\ed l>\ !> ?^a*
[raildrvn arxl /> '"i^
rSerV!*-. ,
' K^netwl '< >'h bJ
' NvSo I'emeti r>
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