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

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

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IliBxwiisltUEIlDiriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
te 31
Number 31
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 2, 1957
Price 20*
iypt, Syria Army Chiefs in Moscow
ported Military Pacts
Inswer to Ike Doctrine
te to Drop
least Probe;
te'Off Hook
Ia E, Direct Teletype Wire
KHINGTON The Senate
E abandoned an inquiry into
[Department policy in the
I
fcecial subcommittee decided
Ip the probe because of the
ope of the undertaking and
ohihition on making vital
'tii> pul>lic. It was felt by
[that the controversy that
J the probe was alleviated by
Lenhower Doctrine.
investigation wa* con-
as on* that might deter-
if shortcomings of U.S.
led to the Sinai war and
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States Wednesday was seek
ing to evaluate reports that the
Soviet Union is organizing military
assistance pacts with Egypt and
Syria as an answer to the Risen
hower Doctrine.
U.S. officials were studying in-
formation that the Defense Miniv
ters and army chiefs of Syria and
Kgypt are gathering in Moscow at
the personal invitation of Soviet
Defense Minister Marshal Zhukov.
Last week Syrian Defense Minis-
ter Khaled el Azem suddenly flew
to Moscow. His delegation includ-
ed Syrian Army Chief of Staff Gen.
Tewfik Nizam el Din and other top
officers. Marshal Zhukov met
I them personally at the Moscow
! airport.
Tuesday it was confirmed in
Cairo that Marshal Zhukov sent
a personal invitation to Maj. Gen.
Abdel Hakim Amer, Egyptian War
Minister and Army Commander in
Chief, to fly to Moscow. Amer ac-
cepted. An increased flow of So-
viet warplanes and heavy weapons
have arrived in Syria and Egypt
in July.
Dutch Say They Have No Power
To Tell Oil Company to Ignore
Arab Pressure and Stay in Israel
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
THE HAGUEDutch government has rejected an Israeli request that it Intervene with the Royal
Dutch Shall group to pravont withdrawal of the Shall Oil Company from Israel. Chanon Cider, Israeli min-
ister here, mada tha request, pointing out that such a surrandar to blackmail as would b* represented by
yielding to Arab presura in this case could eventually have serious consequences for Dutch oil interests.
I crisis.
subcommittee's chairman,
\\ Kulbright, Arkansas
fcrat. recommended abandon-
ee undertaking. However
(lnunced that he will take the
floor next week for his own
lal full scale review of de-
ni'ii'- that led to last fall's
the Near East.
[ Statt Department had acted
ponse to the subcommittee's
It by furnishings files on its
prat ion of the Palestine is-
Wore emergence of Israel and
blatters.
He said that the Israel govern-
ment would be "pleased" to learn
that the Netherlands government
was willing to make a stand against
political blackmail of this nature.
A Dutch foreign ministry spokes-
man said that the government
could not exert influence on Royal
See Pa. 2 4 far Details:
'Britain'! Move fa Quit'
Dutch Shell as it had no say in the
affairs of that company, which was
a private commercial organization.
Meanwhile in Tel Aviv, oil deal-
ers took steps Tuesday to assure
their patrons that even if Shell Oil
leaves, housewives will not be left
without kerosene.
British Spurn Responsibility
LONDON(JTA>Britain's Foreign Secretary. Selwyn Lloyd, dis-
avowed in Parliament Wednesday any responsibility for the decision
of Shell Oil and British Petroleum to sell their marketing interests in
Israel. Replying to a question posed by Laborite D. Healey, the Foreign
Secretary said the British government "had no prior knowledge what-
ever of the recent announced decision."
He insisted, that despite the fact that the British government held
a majority of the shares in Shell Oil. it followed a policy established
in 1914 when the government acquired a majority interest in what was
then the Anglo-Persian Oil Company of not interfering in commercial
decision* by the company. "It is not government policy to restrict the
operations of British oil companies in any country." Mr. Lloyd added.
nimous Resolve
pVA (JTA) The United
h Economic and Social Coun-
t* meeting here, unanimous-
lpte Jhe oftice of the UN High
usioner for Refugees should
DUnued for five years from
I 1959 and that the General
pbly should review no later
|n 1962 whether the office
he lurther continued.
Kremlin Shuns
Israeli Protest
JERUSALEM (JTA) Word
was received here this week that
the USSR has brushed aside mn
Israeli pretest against Soviet
press and radio incitement
against Israel, even as Israeli
official circles were speculating
that the tone of the latest Soviet
radio attacks en Israel forecast a
new change in line.
An official protest last waek
by Avi Shlushch, Israeli Charge
d'Affaires in Moscow, to tha
head of Moscow's Israel Desk,
was ticked off with the ramerk
that "we have to rely on Syrian
Information" about recent clash-
es on the Israel-Syrian border
Continued on Page 2A
Release Sought of Israeli Sailor Seized
By Egyptian Patrol Aboard Danish Ship
WASHINGTON(JTA)Israel and Denmark sought through separate channels this week to obtain
the release of Raphael Eylon. Israeli sailor seized aboard the Danish freighter Briggitte Toft by Egyptian
authorities at the southern end of the Suez Canal. _______ .>._ .,
? Ambassador Abba Eban brought
m Complaints Up in New York
Import-Export Bank Mission
Back as Decision Seen Soon
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe United States Export-Import Bank decision on
Israel's application for a $75,000,000 loan "should not take long" after
tha raturn to Washington Wednesday of tha bank's delegation which.
has been studying projects for which Israel seeks tha loan, tha head of
that delegation said Tuesdav.
Lynn Stambough. first vice presi-
________^______-+ Jent of the bank, told a press con-
ference that it was his delegation's
EW YORK -(JTA)The New
State Commission Against
rimmation reported last
Mnd that it had received
J Percent more complaints of
P the first six months of this
than in the same period of
Commission chairman
f,es Abrams said the cosa-
Pnts charged that they were
(riminated against in employ
!l^ng_or other places of
public accommodation because of
their race, religion or national
origin.
Mr. Abrams said his agency re
ceived 502 complaints through.
June of this year compared to
332 complaints filed during the
first six months of 1936". This
year's total so far exceeds the
number of complaints filed in the
entire twelve months of any pre-
vious year In the Commission's
twelve year history, with the ex-
ception of 1956.
Mr. Abrams attributed the rise
in complaints to a greater aware-
ness among minority groups of
their rights under the law rather
than to an increase in bigotry. He
said tbat the discrimination com-
plained of was found to exist in
14 percent of the cases taw
ted this year wnich fs consider-
missioa to decide whether the loan
would be beneficial to Israel and
whether it was economically feas-
ible.
He refused to make known the
groups findings, noting that all in-
formation and the mission's con-
clusions would be included in a
memorandum from the delegation
to the bank's board of directors
who must make the final decision.
The mission left for Lsrael on
July 10. Bank representatives have
not visited the Jewish State since
1953. The bank extended Israel a
My lower-than the 27 percent j loan of $135,000,000 in 1949 to fr
average over the last ten years. I nance purchases dollar in the U.S.
>tes Righter Was Once Up on Sedition... Pg. 3A
up the matter in a lengthy meet-
ing held with Christian A. Herter.
Under Secretary of State. Mr. Eban
told the American diplomat he con-
sidered the removal of his country-
man a violation by Egypt of the
1888 Suez convention.
Earlier, this week, the Ambassa-
dor spoke with UN Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold and reit-
erated the Israel government's in-
-isvnce on the sailor's release
without delay.
In Copenhagen, tha Danish
government instructed its diplo-
Continoed on Page 7A
Refugee Talks
Out for Now
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
LONDON Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd informed the House
of Commons Tuesday that the Brit-
ish government will not initiate
discussions within the Bagdad Pact
with a view to resettlement of Pal-
estine Arab refugees in the unde-
veloped areas of member countries
in the Middle East.
"I think a solution of the prob-
lem of Arab refugees must rest
with a wider body than the Bagdad
Pact," Mr. Lloyd said in a written
reply to questions.


Page 2-A
Britains Move to Quit
Oil Outfits Stuns Israel
JERUSALEM(JTA)The stunning news that two British oil com-
panies were ending operations here was seen this week as a greal vic-
tory for the Arab boycott and a renewal of Arab appeasement by Britain.
to Brit,shl>ra,li relation ^nclv (ho n;lt|,m
d dielr lowest point snce the ^ ^ e
Sinai campaign^ teltarael govern h ,,,,, ,1k Ih,
men. roqiicstocl Bnta.n to .n rr- d ,.,.,.,, tll,
v.no.MtheMtuanon.^Bmthc..^. Knba ^ (|(,,gy .,, with
Israel.
f-Jewistnoridli^r
/"day, August 2,
reaction oi the Foreign Office was
cool, and there wasn't much hope
for i change
In London, a protest against the
shut in British policy was made
over the weekend by three prom-
inent elder statesmen. Herbert
Morrison, foreign secretary in the
last Labor government; Walter El-
liot, a respected Conservative hack-
bencher: and Clement Davies. for
The two oil comoanies invol-
ved are British Shell and Brit-
ish Petroleum. Shell announced
that it would continue operations
until the end of 1957. British
Petroleum may wind up its busi-
ness sooner.
The original statement by the I
mer health minister and Liberal '' "s- oarlior ** .
was that they were withdrawing
I from Israel because operations
there were unprofitable. But fi-
nancial circles in London labelled
| this "poppycock."
Neither did informed sources in
the British capital accept the State-
ment that the companies had acted
I on their own it was considered
[unthinkable that drastic action of <
this sort in an area so important
to the British position would he
taken without prior consultation
with the government.
it is common knowledge in Lon-
the same time called'the decision (l"n :,v II as m Jerusalem that
party leader.
They sent a letter to the Lon-
don Times stating that the de-
cision would be viewed in the
Arab world as a victory for the
policies of "ostracizing Israel
and weakening her by means of
n economic boycott." They as-
serted that the British Govern-
ment would have to accent re-
sponsibility "for the political im-
plications of this decision as well
as for its consequences."
A Times editorial published at
Samuel H. Golding. chair-
man of board of directors of
Sterling National Bank and
Trust Company, and son Jer-
rold R. Golding have made
initial gift of S750.000 to es-
tablish a new graduate
school for advanced study
and research in medical sci-
ences at Albert Einstein col-
lege of medicine. New grad-
uate school will serve as per-
petual memorial to late Sue
Golding, Samuel Golding's
wife, who died two years
ago.
"profoundly disquieting "
Israeli circles regarded the with-
drawal as likely to have psycholog-
ical effects more than economic
ones. It was felt that although (lit
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Moscow Rejects
Bid by Israelis
To Halt Distortions
Continued from Page 1A
"since Syria is a friendly na-
tion."
The Soviet official told Mr.
Shlushch that he was glad to
have Israel's version, though he
depended on Syria for authori-
tative information.
Meanwhile, boasts on the So-
viet radio and pressechoed by
Radio Cairo that Moscow had
averted an attack nn Syria al-
legedly olanned bv "Israeli-im-
perialist" forces bv its strong
warnings, were being carefully
studied here.
Until recently, it was noted,
the Soviet radio had echoed and
embellished Arab charges that
Israel was planning aggression
against Syria and that French
troops were concentrating in Is-
rael in support of such a push.
Moscow's new concentration
on what it called avertinq at-
tacks was seen as a favbrable
sign.
U.S. May Support Lebanon for President
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United State- ma) support the can-
.....an ol Porelgn Minister Charles
Malik ol Lebanon lor the presi-
,,,.,., i the United Nat**** '>
(.,,,i AssemW) when the aseemblj
meets w Deplember.
The question of backing Malta
,. Mng weighed her.' with a view
,,, advancing the American posi-
tion in the Arab world and with
the Afro Asian bloc Lebanon has
noved toward th* Unite* states
since thfl Suei crisis and has ad-
hered to the Kiscnhower Doctrine.
1 eslie Munro. Ambassador of
N,u Zealand, had previously an-
! nounced hi- candidacy t the Gen-
era] Assembly presidency. He is
favored by Israel.
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t August 2. 1957
*Jem*kHurSdtiOKi
States tighter Was Once Up on Sedition
A West Palm Beech man with loam background In extreme right
____u.. politics i* oaining notoriety in hit attempt to gat Flor-
'"!. fetataa Rioht* party on tha ballot in tha 19SI Conpraa.ional
.(action
fDO/f rlSH
Eddie Gives Them
! Mein Shtetete Belz'
TEL AVIV-i.JTA>Eddie Fish-
ier, singing idol of Americans teen-
lagers, turned
Iciub- Wine
lihis week during
Israel and put on a wildly-cheered
limprumptu performance.
Sitting in a corner as a ooest.
He is George E. Deatherage, who
in 1930 organized the Knights of
the White Camelia and in 1937
founded the American Nationalist
Confederationboth pro-Fax it
On July 21. Deatherage held a
meeting in Ft. Lauderdale for the
purpose of organizing a States
Rights Club there. Some 30 per-
sons attended the meeting at the
Broward National Bank. Chairman
of Deatherage's activities in Ft.
Lauderdale is William Ostlund.
who explains that the States Rights
party seeks to "reassert it sover-
eignty in accordance with the Con-
stitution and Bill of Bights and
act accordingly."
According to Ostlund, the par-
ty la not anti-Semitic. It is mere-
ly opposed to Zionism, aa well as
to integration and civil rights
legislation. The party also is en
record as being in opposition to
the graduated income tax, for-
eign aid in its present form and
the UN.
been a notoriously active worker January. 1944. indicted on charges
among anti democratic circles in! of sedition. Tried several months
this country, cooperating for that' later in a District of Columbia
purpose with German Embassy and j federal court, Deatherage and the
Nazi propaganda officials in pro- 29 escaped when the judge died
moling anti-Semitism a* a smoke-' suddenly, and a mistrial was de-
screen for their plans for a dicta-
torship in this country."
Also: "The case of Deatherage
dramatically demonstrates the use
of anti Semitism and other forms
of racial and religious hatred as a
device to undermine American
unity and destroy American de-
mocracy."
Some three years ago, Death-
erage came into intimate con-
tact with former nationally-
known radio commentator Upton
Close, a resident of Lake Worth,
iust six miles north of West
Palm Beach. Close had insinuat-
ed his way into such respectable
organizations as tha Kiwanis,
where he began to agitate and
advocate anti-Semitism.
Broadcasting from a West Palm
Beach station, to which he had
been reduced following personal
and family setbacks. Close was
judiciously fired -then, launched a
wr of attrition against the Lake
Worth Jewish community, trying
Page. 3-A
seaxeaastss-i sail 11
of the Broward National Bank. Ap-
plication blanks to the organiza-
tion ask prospective members to
state if they are of the Caucasian
race, and asks for the races of their
wives/or husbands and parents. It
also asks about religion.
According to Ostlund, the Ft.
Lauderdale club of the States
Rights party is carrying on a "word
dared. The govern
quently dropped its charges.
Currently a West Palm Beach
consulting engineer, Deatherage
told the organizational meeting
of the Ft. Lauderdale States
Rights Club that the civil rights
bill pending in Congress "would
create a secret police under one
man the attorney general."
Deatherage also lashed out
against the American Jewish
Congress and American Jewish
Committee.
According to Paul F.p.slcin, Ft
Lauderdale Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue chairman, the new club meets
on the third Tuesday of each
month at 8 p.m. in the auditorium
. of mouth" membership campaign.
To get on the ballot, the party
needs five percent of voters who
participated in the last election to
change their affiliation.
What makes the Ft. Lauderdale
cellar here one night Kenng background of Deatherage.I,,,"'"^;;*:,,, nnn o.
, hi, brief stay hinself of th< party;. | tZ^TSLT^^JS^.
tator, the duo began publication
Eddie was recogni tod-
brought to the microphone by
patrons' chsnting, "Eddie, come
9ive us a solo." After toasting
the crowd with "Lechayim," he
sang an Americarv popular song
and then did request numbers.
Asked to sing his favorite num-
: Idie did a rich Yiddish ren-
dition of "Mein Shtetele Belz" in
which h' was joined by the club's
Icjuar'.i't 111 spontaneon harmony.
Sixth Congressional District, his
activities go way back to the days ^ .Time f-r Ttuth a ^ shee,
not'soon here during the past sev-
eral months.
of "America First."
Deatherage's founding of the
Knights of the White Camelia and These are the connections of
the Ameriean Nationalist Confed- Deatherage who, with 29 other per-
leration is just the beginning. In | sons violently opposed to U.S. par-
' March, 1942. he was ousted from j ticipation in World War II, was, in
his job in the Hampton Roads Navy-
Yard as an undesirable person. A
resolution commending the Navy
for the ouster was adopted in 1942
by the 91st Division Post 1951 of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars of
Northern California.
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Formed in 1950 when a band
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Deatherage's associations have
included Oereld L. K. Smith, na-
tionally known professional anti-
Semite; Joe ntcWilUanta. of the
Christian Mobilizers; and Wil-
liam Dudley Pedley, Silver Shirt
leader.
The VFW resolution, dated Mar.
_ ,n. .u For the-tint time science ha* found
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move because "Deatherage has astonishing ability to shrink harner-
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Volume 31 Number 31
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by LEO MINDLIN
Tisha B'Av on Tuesday
Jews throughout the world will mark Tisha
E'va, the ninth day of the Hebrew month of Av.
en Tuesday.
On that day 1,887 years ago, the Roman
conquerer Titus destroyed the second Temple
jat Jerusalem.
It is significant that the world Jewish com-
munity has since faithfully taken cognizence of
this occurrencehas since looked upon Tisha
B'Av as an occasion for sorrow and mourning.
For few are the peoples anywhere who period-
ically recall to mind a major intellectual and
spiritual challenge to their belief.
That the Jews regard the destruction of the
second Temple as a highly personal loss under-
scores their role in the scheme of human
history.
Tisha B'Av in the Year 70 of the Common
Era was more than the beginning of the great
Jewish Exile. It was the beginning of a mil-
lenia-long war against the People of the Book
a war which should have caught and cap-
lured the fancy of decent people everywhere,
but which left the Jews alone in their defenses.
The reestablishment of the State of Israel,
presumably, ends the great Jewish Exile the
dispersion which began with Titus' destruction
of the symbol of Jewish belief in God. Presum-
ably, too, the new fact of Israel has caught and
captured the fancy, finally, of decent humanity.
But Tisha B'Av. begun by an act of dese-
cration, does not come to an end in our time.
Tisha B'Av, still oberved, rises above the his-
toric facts of its inception to represent the eter-
nal struggle of mankind for spiritual and in-
tellectual freedom.
There have been many Tituses since 70
C.E. Many reign and fulminate in our own
time. Let them heed the lesson of Tisha B'Av:
that the Jews, although isolated, were never
weak in their defenses. The destruction of the
second Temple was merely the destruction of
a symbol. To Titus and the Romans, the symbol
was the essence.
But his faith in God, the Jew's spiritual
maturitythese were etched in the Jewish soul.
Bring down a stone symbol of his faithtragic
though this wasfaith, itself, remained.
Here is the meaning of Tisha B'Av for the
world of our time. An occasion for mourning,
Tisha B'Av should also be seen as a triumphant
cffirmation of eternal Jewish belief an the eter-
nal human struggle for freedom.
f
Kasper Asked for it
Hate monger John Kasper has had his day
in court. Almost certain of triumph, boastful
and arrogant, pretending that he would wel-
come conviction as "a sign of the times" for
honest Americans," Kasper gasped in Knox-
ville. Tenn last week when he and six others
were adjudged guilty of violating a Federal
Court integration order.
Accused of fomenting racial and religious
strife in connection with the school integration
issue. Kasper successfully fought off attempts
to have Negroes appointed to the jury. Thev
would not, he protested, be impartial.
Kasper also successfully carried off a boy-
cott against Jews, whom he lumper together
with Communists as "trouble makers" and "Ne-
gro exploiters." ^
;laSper(ugL,h,e iury he wanled- nd the
jury threw the book at him. Kasper, of course
can still appeal, and only history will say if
he eluded justice. Y
But the people have spokenpeople of the
deep South Their prejudices are known; their
anti-mtegration sentiments are publicly voiced-
their objection to the Supreme Court is com-
mon rote. These are inexcusable in the eyes*
the very Federal court for which they acted
But they acted in tradtionally American law!
abiding fash.on when they rejected agitator
XfaEi mnger ^^ ,hiS Ue8 h<5* *
aaain!^ ^ a" exPrion of revulsion
SffKJS 2 m Clinton' Tenn- PhaPs
this is a delayed reaction to Enunett TilL What-
by the people of brutal illegality.
Time for Vacation So Goodbye for a While
British Policy is Changing
Britain says she has no control over the
decision of two British oil companies to sell
their interests in Israel.
According to spokesmen for the govern-
ment in London, the companies are indepen-
dentdespite the fact that Britain holds a ma-
jority of the shares in the companies.
This is supposed to lead us to believe that
the policies of the oil companies are indepen-
dent of the policies of the government.
It would seem to us that Her Majesty's
spokesmen might have strained themselves just
a little bit more to come up with an explana-
tionif, indeed, they were impelled to make
any explanations for the sale at all.
The current excuse is obviously naive, and
we don't believe the British expect anyone to
be fooled. Frankly, the government in London
doesn't care.
All of which is in line with the warnings
expressed in these columns and elsewhere dur-
ing and immediately after the Franco-British-
Israeli campaign in the Near East: that neither
Britain nor her newly-proffered friendship to-
ward Israel is to be trusted.
No one is simple enough nowor was
simple enough thento expect a sudden re-
versal of London's imperial policy. British rule
in the Near East has. over the years, laid down
a law of self-advantage no matter what the
cost to others; and Israel knows this law at
least as well as anyone else.
But there were all too many who felt that
Britain s continuing setbacks in her foreiqn pol-
ices finally tempered her selfish role; and there
were all too many who hoped for and saw in
nnn^f CamPaian a Palliative effort on the
part of London-even if from a utilitarian point
of v,ew-,o atone for her wrongs toward Israel
But the facts of the Suez-Sinai drive milita-
ted against such a view. These columns and
others warned against it. The move TL ot\
KKtr*,o wi,hdraw is-l
Different Things Entirely
The international chess nnr~ >
having its field day-an^S/ in''IT
ch^LT wnh SDrelUi;i0n ^ bee"
agaiL, Via"Acc^ngToTe0^, r, "\
was becoming an armed camp for French '
concentrations to be used in an alleaeJSv P
campaign. aiieged Syrian
radJ WOT, ofTerTo'le .T^- n ** wo^
imperialist attack. QVerlln0 an "Is'el,
mJXTk07 B^mwhC^oen,9h0 nW ho'
do with left-handed dof^* hne8* have <
tyle cheM? diplomacy and Ruian.
|TMM THI Jewi,h
" ity is going to tk. wJ!
of itself, or it will hectV* J
group of unrelated. ineffe-J
fragments purporting to b7
whole but in reality repress,/)
ing nothing the whole symb*
!/<- This is therefore an ope
unabashed plea for unity i*t
nianning Somehow, our concepts ofthese issues are molded b, tfc, |
framework of fund raising vistas. Presumably, we plan intelligent!
' ,11,MV,,y ,o meet the needs of M.ami Jewry; and because of .
,,,, astigmatism, we imagine these needs fulfilled in terms of ,j
,.,, campaign for the budgetary requirements of ipecific ag
Seated a. the totality of Jewish welfare.
This is perhaps not an entirely accurate interpretation of t|J
.t Mm\ planners. I confess, declare that the community mag!
Iditional agencies and additional services if a "totality ideal"]
,' ever to be achieved that what keeps these agencies and service
, heing organized is the simple lack of funds. To such declara.,
ns one continuallj lends a sympathetic car. But lack ol unity oft*
rcach'< beyond a statement of deficiency in services; there are needi
;n thai regard with no conceivable relationship to limited finances
1 refer specifically to a sense of individual responsibility townfj
the community to the clear recognition that each of us is ., pan |
the whole of Miami Jewry: that in the whole there is a role the indH
vidual plavs whether it is played consciously or not: that the parti-!
must never be isolated one from the other; nor can the concept o|j
overall good be Ignored with impunity.
THESE ARE ELEMENTS, at least for me. equally important witaj
fund raising in the totality of Jewish welfare. This is not u
unrealistic statement of a moralizer's vision; it is a statement of uni-
versa! necessity in which we accord recognition to the principle thai
communities are bound by ethics or else burst asunder.
Miami's Jewish community is particularly vulnerable for twore*-]
s,is; To begin with, like the area at large, it grows more hugeeatt!
day Second, because it is in every sense of the word a pioneer Iron.
tier Miami s Jewish community succumbs to the classic ills of pioneer
areas generally. Among these is a type of rugged individualism wiuv|
out regard to the laws tethering individuals in more formalized, lonfrj
established citie-.
Thus, in Miami, to play the maverick in any endeavor is to end
appreciation from others of the species as a far-sighted speculator;!
but it li ttoo t" earn the opprobrium of a city already in the throesl
of advancing maturity, as well as to wage war against the more n>I
sponsible among us. who increasingly consider themselves a part olj
the Whole and with a specific duty to the overall good.
One area where such disjointed individualism operates unabas.1
edly here is that which embraces the Jewish community'- spiritual]
life Instead of taking the lead as an example in communi'y respoi-l
sibility. this area merely lists itself among many others abjuring any j
necessary relationship to the whole.
CERTAINLY THERE ARE notable exceptions in the local arena But]
I refer to the glaring deficiency which results in the establish.)
ment of new spiritual centers on the basis of personal ambition as u j
example of total disregard for prevalent community need. If rabbi|
ical leaders here and nationally were prone to exercise greater n>j
straints. this kind of maverick growth would be dealt a severe blcm.1
But in the expression of restraint, they are frequently no more virtej
ous than their lay leaders; and often they are mightier offenders.
For its part, the lay leadership of new spiritual centers prove I
frequently to be the advanced guard of a power struggle within IJ
congregation or the splintered remains of a campaign waged and lost
elsewhere. As well, such leaderslike their counterparts in lonf|
established centersmore often than not represent affluence rather!
than intellectual or executive ability. In the confusion of motive*,!
therefore, congregational development in Miami may well take I
course of vengeance at worst and personal speculation at best.
Under these circumstances, community need enters only mini-
mally as | value: contranly, the organization of new synagogues and
centers should be as significantly planned as are fund-raising cam-
paigns
Does the new congregation's spiritual designOrthodox. Conser-
vative or Reformrepresent a majority of the congregants' Will it
adequately serve the areas religious and educational needs' Does it
prove adaptable to future need? These are issues which should gol-
em new spiritual ventures here; these are issues which frequently do
not.
pOR SUCH ISSUES imply the kind of community planning and com-
munity responsibility which, unfortunately, we invest in fund raising programs only. If individual Miami Jews are unwilling
to accept this responsibility on an ethical basis, then our central
coordinating agencies must begin to consider the possibility of in-
cluding the spiritual center mushroom within its province of area-wide
control.
It would be preferable, of course, if rabbinic and lay leaders.
themselves, frustrated the elicit growth of duplicative or ineffectual
congregations if. for example, out of a genuine sense of community
responsibility, there developed resistance to the continuing emergent*
of incompetent religious schools sponsored by such congregations.
But such is not the case: the attitude that pervades the ueneral
community with regard to the sacred nature of the public school**
"'"' ol education demanding the highest professional standards u
totally inoperative for the Jewish community's view of the spiritual
("'' ource of learning and worship. In the latter, ambitw"
" nd politic! rule unhampered
""''! approach to the totality ideal produce- no *
control ol spiritual .enter organization is mandatory in the same "*
, """ '> a guarantee ol its continuum-fin Is H "**
" ""' multiple appeal vourge. The relate l''P\he
; '' '"'""'''' N. |s ,.!. an expenditure ol lunds W
''""""""'I "utposts Ihe, grace sad without assuram
outpost, as to quality subsequenl sp,ritUai or cdu. jfT
. ,Sml1 mushl laps the community at large ol untold
j';;,".:'"""- ''', ""V ",?" '""eh .ireater M.ami on its course of mm
'"" igausl galloping congregations*.
one net,' "'" '.'"'," m,n"ni" the problems involved. An officer J
wheii\TTul C*n,er ,n,s w"k ""* n "to go back to Ru-
conL'reUerh,T,bUt spwific Mtions for organization '
formnJ Z* T by ,he Un,led sy>>o8"e of Amenca. Pol'^ *
cTnZ m ,,ha, ,he USY "<* urged hi. group not to duplic^ l2Zil "I h'nd to -'ready ^Ung center, thu j
wS l0W a,w iBvtt the USYto Join aw in my trek *"
Predfca^^Vc^mUay *1> ^^ "^ "**""


August
2, 1957
+Jewish fit*kHan
Pago 5-A
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[ring Israel's immigrants for productive work is top
ity task of ORT in Israel. Here. Youseff Rahimi. of city
amadan in Iran, is being taught welding at ORT Voca-
Center at Nathanya. Acquiring a skill is lor Rahimi
I ol changeover to a modern way of life, as it is for thous-
of other newcomers, many of whom aro in training at
jls of ORT in 21 cities and towns of Israel. ORT in Israel
|ves support of IDC, out of funds of UIA.________________
Ner Tamid Urged to Seek New Site
A committee en congregational standards of the United Synagogue
of America has recommended that a proposed Miami Beach congrega-
tion desist from erecting a building en 80th t. and Tatum Waterway
rd.. The Jewish Floridian learned this week.
Temple Ner Tamid. the congre-
gation in question, was urged by
the committee to sell the proposed
site "on or before Jan. 1, 1958, in
any event, and as soon before that
date as it can possibly be done"
and that a new site be chosen "at
least 15 blocks away from North
Shore Jewish Center."
ies Named for Local Music Contest
individual*, who will serve
ant-l to Judge "riirinal com-
fnr awards in the field of
i music in Dade county, were
Heed Wednesday by the
lr Miami Jewish Community
sponsor of the event.
are Dr Joel Belov, profes-
wolin and theory, depart-
|of music, at I'niversity of
; Cantor Jacob Bornstein, of
Israel, who was program
tutor for ihi- year's Jewish
iFestival: Cantor Samuel Kel-
| of Temple Beth Sholom, re-
app.nni.-d to the board of
lational Jewish Music Coun-
payor Kenneth Oka. a past
lent of the Jewish Music
iale Mil's fo Open
in Miami Area
growing importance of the
industry m Miami has
d the Avondale Mills of
Ala. to establish an of-
|wt and to send its most cap-
wager to head it.
sRanson Burls, who was pre-
nanager of Avondale's
M office Because of his
|nrc, he is well known and
|w memhers f the garment
lOhere. Hurts brings a great,
I fabric know how to his job.T
offers this to all
Ittturers
Council of Greater Miami: and
Mrs. Joan Stein, local pianist asso-
ciated with the faculty of the Mi-
ami Conservatory.
The deadline for submitting
compositions is Oct. 15. Material
should bo forwarded to E manual
Tropp, assistant director. Great
or Miami Communty Confer, 450
S Wloth eve., Miami. GMJCC
sponsors the annual festival and
this particular contest with the
cooperation of the Cantors Assn.
Maximum time limit for a com-
position has been established at 20
minutes and will be acceptable in
one of four formsvocal, choral,
solo or chamber instrumental. A
first prize of $100 will be award-
ed, as well as second and third
prizes of $50 each, and composi-
tions must be based upon Jewish
themes.
It is planned to premiere the
award winning selection at next
year's local festival.
The new temple's leadership in-
cludes former officers of North
Shore Jewish Center at 620 75th
st.. Miami Beach. Ner Tamid was
officially chartered here sever,il
months ago as a "modern tradi-
tional" congregation and will hold
High Holy Day services in the Bal-
moral hotel.
The United Synagogue commit-
tee's recommendations were the
outgrowth of deliberations result-
ing from a sub-committee for me-
diation between North Shore and
Ner Tamid in Miami Beach July 8
and 9.
"We believe that other sites
for a new synagogue and school
for Ner Tamid Congregation
were and are available," the
USY recommendations declare.
According to the USY, those
sites "are in locations which do
not have a synagogue and school
. (and) are in communi-
ties where a synagogue and
school are needed."
The recommendations add that
moving to any one of several sites
suggested as suitable by United
Synagogue will put Ner Tamid in a
position "where Conservative Ju-
daism will therefore be benefited
. whereas the expressed lots at
or about 80th st. are in a location
now adequately served by the ex-
isting synagogue and school of
North Shore Jewish Center."
The USY report states specifical-
ly that "no new synagogue and
school are required" in the area in
which Ner Tamid intends building
"and the only probable result of
the erection of a new synagogue
and school at a place only four
blocks from the North Shore Jew-
ish Center in the area where the
latter is- located would be to de-
tract from the effectiveness of the
service now being rendered to the
people in that area and to harm
Conservative Judaism by continu-
ing to foster these two congrega
tions in bitter rivalry and hos-
tility."
Offering a list of 12 possible
alternate sites, the committee
also urges the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn. to approve the
organixation here of Ner Tamid
"and the new location of its
synagogue and social hall, if lo-
cated in accordance with our
recommendations."
The report also urges Ner Tamid
to refrain from soliciting member-
ship from persons currently affil-
iated with North Shore Jewish
Center "or any Conservative con-
gregation in Miami Beach .
(who) was a member thereof
within two years prior to solicita-
tion." Also, the report suggests
an across-the-board blanketing of
ticket sales for High Holy Day ser-
vices to such persons.
Meanwhile Temple Ner Tamid
last week, in a mass mailing, so-
licited for High Holy Day reser-
vations at the Balmoral hotel. W.
J. Harris, Temple president, also
declared in the letter that "we
have acquired the entire block lo-
cated at 80th st. and Tatum Water-
way dr. On this site will be erect-
ed a new synagogue complete with
educational and social facilities."
Levi Plumbing
Company
"fifae/ish.W 1*24"
214? S.W. 3rd St. CM ft 1416
Dade Heights Women Hold
Successful Gathering Here
Women's group of Dade Heights
Jewish Community Center recent-
ly held a successful turnout at a
"gathering for new-comers at the
home of Mrs. Martin Beloff.
The group, all from the Ives
Estates area, were greeted by Cen-
ter president Harold Samuels. Act-
ive support was pledged for the
construction of a bigger Center
building for the community.
REV. GEW1RTZ
TAKES OVER
WHITMAN
MARKET
RAMf STEtN NAIU
NEW KOSNft OFfffATOftS
KOSHER MfAT MARKET located
at 737 Woshineton Avessee
Rev. Lipa Qewirtx. well known
throughout thi area for hia opera
"< of th "Glat Kneher" Rinui
Hotel, together with his sen ia now
>perating the kosher meat market
at 737 Washington Avenue. Miami
eeh. formerly operated by David
Whitman.
Rev. Cewirti. a member of Beth
Jacob and Beth Tfilah Congrega-
tions, announce* that his market
will operate under the strict super
vision of the United Vaad with the
highest standards of Kaohruth
maintained.
The market will offer the finest
quality of meat* and poultry and
free delivery service.
Gewirtz Kosher Market
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300,COO NEW AMERICANS. By Lyman Cromwell White,
a Foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt. 423 pp. New
$4.00.
With
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THE establishment of the United Service for New
Americans (USNA) in 1946. after tho end ol World
Wat II. marked an important turning polnl in immigrant
i rganisation. in consolidating the programs oi the Na-
tional Refugee Service and the Service to the Foreign Born
oi the National Council ol Jewish Women, USNA reeog
nized the need to unite national ami local migration ser-
vice under the auspices of one well-organised agency. The
record ol" USNA since then is found in thousands ol files ol
ff.flfff SALPETER
painstaking cat* work, but is tlu rav UiUl oi human be-
ings; restored to d.nit> ami nappioass can probably never
be measured. ,K
I was perhaps, the tremendous understanding ol tne
world from which their .ii--nt. had fled thai enabled
i SNA workers to perform services above and tar beyond
the call of duty, and to chalk up their amazingl) ugh par*
centage ol successful adjustments An agencj cot
,1,1 less than the leemiagl) impossible, arme
like this one. from BuTopa
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with scenes

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11,1 *ho had i,..',",i'Tr' '*
.i. !,...kinic .iIn-iiI Ir.rf.lll.y ;,,! ,, ^.''ki
'I Hi' "" -Iwrv* of ihl. lh lilUt,
ith, hvim child ii ..;"
.ll..,l from h.i inii'iii..... N-lriK h, ,i i *!,
h< t..lh. r. ,1 ,,., n 1*71
.""I "'i '"I n i'.iiii|,hriw of the ,,,,, '"''
rd l Rivn HI.. Th,\_
" "" '.
Thus l-SNA was ready at any hour of th.a
to meet tired, bewildered immigrant ,, ,h Y*5'*
them thniuKh (ustomv to take them to their1!
ed apartment, to subsidize them, helu ih !nN
English, and finally, to get jobs. m "H".]
Problems abounded, starting with the
tape and ever-increasing American imnus!^'
I on.. Not the least of them were the mou2
ties presented by the tortured refuge" s2?'
were more than worth itlike this Utter from
aoo.oot- Now I am one year in America
_ -, ouu.ou.. .w i am one year in America Z
Near East Implications of Moscow Shakeup W^^Wtfa3
r sense into tneir life, has been reached with ...
Jerusalem
IT WAS PROBABLY just a coincidence that the first re
' port about the latest dramatic developments in the
Kremlin was broadcast to the world on the Moscow radio
in Arabic. Most likely the Arab language program was
the next scheduled when the foreign-language department
tif Moscow radio received instructions to broadcast the
news.
Only a few hours later Moscow radio started a frantic
campaign to convince the Arabs that the changes in the
Soviet hierarchy do not forecast any changes in the So-
viet's Middle East policy, and its "traditional friendship
toward the Arab peoples." To demonstrate this fact. Mm
cow again resumed its direct attacks on Israel describing
it as the chief villain of the Middle East.
While the average Israeli likes to measure the events
of the world as to whether it is "good for the Jews or
bad for the Jews." the average Israeli has also sufficient
intelligence and experience to know that the only safe
prediction about Moscow is its unpredictability, There-
fore nobody in Israel hastened to assume that the firing oi
the latest traitors Molotov, Kaganovich, Malenkov and
Shepilov would presage a change in Russia's pro-Arab
policy.
However, Moscow evidently was nol so sure Sboul
the interpretation the Arabs are going to give to these
developments The average Arab, being more primitive,
t< i Is to attribute much more importance to names in the
news, and for the average Arab the name oi Shepilov,
while yet "an editor ol Pravda," visited Cairo on the
eve oi the Oral Czech-Egyptian arms deal, and Ni
BAYIR STHWARTE
later openh boasted that this was actually a Soviet-Egyp-
tian arms deal negotiated during Shepilov's visit. I-atcr.
when Minister of Foreign Affairs. Shepilov again visited
Cairo and a further strengthening of Moscow's pro-Egyp-
tian line followed.
Moscow thus had some reason to fear that Shepilov's
sense into their life, has been reached with m
shall send you a more specified report but the*
todays letter is only to let you know, that I ,,5?
stand the difficultiea you had with me, andVta?'
grateful as men just can he,"
The book may be too specialized in terms M |
of agency problems of administration and orianb
mi,.|.,.a ih.. i->,........ i... ii'L..
Moscow thus had some reason to fear that Shepilov s *"".> prooiems oi administration and orgjnia
removal might be interpreted in the Cairo and Damascus ,n,eres] "?'' Ia.vrna"- Dr White, who was formtrh
bazaars as a prelude to a switch from "Shepilov's" pro- *;,aff ,he United Nations Secretariat, is thorol
Arab policy. ^_.a._ 1 !* obvious'y. .ha* not written
Actually, the picture is confused enough to leave a
wide scope for moreorless educated guesses. It may be
useful, however, to review some interesting facts which
may shed light on any Middle East consequences of the
Moscow events.
First of all, while Moscow radio's ceaseless efforts
to reassure its Arab listeners is most noteworthy, it is
not necessarily the result of an affirmative policy decision.
It does not necessarily mean that Mr. Khrushchev, on the
varj day when he consummated his latest "putsch." had
hail time to decide that nothing will be changed in Rus-
Middle Bast policy, and that Uu Arabs have to he re-
assured on thai score. It is possible that somebody in
the Soviel Foreign Office in charge of implementing the
Middle East policy quickly nottd the danger of the pub-
licity ol Shepilov's removal on the psevailing Soviel policy
in thai region, andin absence of Instructions to the con
trary hastened to take steps to eliminate that dangsc.
toother interesting, and probably rather important
that among the newly created I'ohtbureau mem
bers there are two representing Moslem republics of the
Soviet 1 nion, and one of the two. Uzbekistan's Nur e din
Moheitdinov is actually a Moslem. (The other. Khazaki-
fiction. The book is a full record of the 5J
hensive. large-scale effort to resettle refuse*,
JhTnKa1! ?" reCrd> i,Mlf' which is 3 the i
that t SNA needs.
MILTON FRMEDMW
An Atomic Solution
What Vacations Accomplish for Humankind
AT THIS TIME of the year, there i, a kind oi wild look
in most people's eyes. About 90 percent of them
ciliated with distemper, which a good dttctor or
an observant layman should not find difficult to delect.
rymptOJM are a far awaj look, an inability to concen-
trate on ones work accompanied by a general lighthead-
edness. The sickness k vacationitis,
The patient is apt to act somewhat irrationally. Ib-
goes about, you might say. looking for trouble. He will
bis good home on winch be has worked all year
d to make it as snug and comfortable as ppssible- he
will leave all that, all the .county he has built up. .
UERRERT G. LIFT
'Exodus' in Progress
I EON.URIS, WHO recently completed the screenplay for
William Wyler's picture. "The Big Country," the
Gregory Peck starrer now before the cameras at the, Sam-
uel Goldwyn Studios, continues his work on "Exodus"
monumental story of modern Israel. L'ris was inspired to
write the novel while traveling throughout Israel two
years ago. The novel has been sold in advance of its
writing for both book publication and fealure f.,m
Th T. MiiM Wi" make the piclure w,th an all-star cast,
wt ,h f h P3ge? of/;E?odus" have been approved by
both the studio and publishers Doubleday and Company.
* *
Albert Band, son of the noted European painter, tar-
EL* ,a TT* of V1C10US ar,icles when he rved as as-
s.sant to John Huston on "Red Badge of Courage" some
seven years ago. is back in good graces of the industry
Band directed and co-produced with writer Uttk GaE
r'in. r h'"e,rB0n ,he,Wa"" a Psychological thriller a -
ring Richard Boone for United Artists, which last week
won high pn.fess.onal acclaim in Hollywood. Prior^o
his Band and Garfinkle collaborated on anotherVeature
The Young Guns," released by Allied Artists.
*
>u- friends, Ha will go looking for places where he doe-
nt know anyone-for places w.tb mpsquitoes and unfa-
miliar inSH.-ts of all varieties, tor condiUoni as rough ai
his own .surround,,,,, were pleasant And the ,< ,..
CUlteM^ is ,a, the pitied Will dote On this up,ea,
It u "ore nol so universal. dlbUM we would have
"ring in.,,, H committed to an insUtnUon Yel
'P^Jto, a kind of grandeur in man PS
piexitj of mans constitution, his uawillinanes. to itlv
10 his Pioneer insUnet Do wITwTafTS it
go p nearing dui "'' '' u,u-
creV^Mank'."^ h:"'m"ny w,,h ;,n of bta fellow
1 U>e superior feelina that Wa'lU^-
......aw? SiST--
seea a bird or beaal which u.,~. >ou li
nourished?" iUs a ,ra^'->et they are
birdsv:rf'Th:;b.:;;fnosr,om-,Think h-'-
to protect the K^BJ*! ""^''^'tution
rest? It is on ,he righ, no, ,o wjrk ttt*^ ^"
scribed, and unlimited. h,ch ,s u"nr LJtMAtHiiL
gXPANSION OF ISRAELI economic developJSl
low cost power from nuclear reactor- hsi
vo.t.gatcd by the National Wanning Association oft
ington.
Cheap atomic power might help solve probk
tonsilied by lite renewed surge of immigration
ing to a comprehensive NPA study, it could rrakti
large Male irrigation, development of mineral
and introduction of new industry in the N
Ralph J. Watkins. research director of Dun
street. Inc.. is chairman of the NPA's special po
mitfee on productive uses of nuclear energy
search staff of his group has just completed a
nuclear development potentialities in Israel
MU*',llHel m"k* "P'd strides, its power needii
ftvery four years. Israel requires nudear power
crease self-suffkitaey. Such power would make |
me the cultivable land and mineral resources
Aegev to meet requirements of the expanding pop.
Israel, scumm. are thinking in atomic terms.
Iconic this display of interest by a leading A.
planning agency.
on-InM NMV ,V!M'ali2es hr'-c reactors in Israel: a I
"' '. editerranean coast, a smaller one ia A
" Negev and a small reactor in the Southern Ne
"'.' '"' I ,mna copper mines. The T.mn
r eouM even furnish power for u>condit.oning
- iioon homes. Atomic development in the I
many new jbs arising from industrial
' tural activities. It would ease pop.
WS by stimulating settlement in the Nefl
-..yA'? v,,'"lv ('xP|orPs possibilities of developin
neultDM m the Northern Negev and industry In the!
'''nd South Negcv. It outlines .schema* for.
"I<" by 1975 1980 which would add at least two or I
W Item per year directly to Israel's gross national |
nvlr\T' '"!al P"Wtr (,nuPlioB during hat Do-
wn rt'.^Ur,h' and Pi*ait foreign exchange sd
<'t S20 to $30 million a year.
siJfWorC 1965' nuclear Power is unlikely to b oft
wnuicance for i,rae|# t|le rtu power expansion until then is already planned
"*' put To wich from convenlfonal power to n
power immediately might present too many risks.
An Ingenious, Modern Sorcerer', Apprentice
PRAC.hcC20?h r?nnERY ""* Uk< a m""-1 Sory't ^i" F"+* ,0 "^ lum -Kin. of .sra.1"
Darkest AfSJ ^?J?^> 1'> as-,,,,,,,, 1,,!" ^'^ ft* k'n* dup toSTrowned tn lrl
wen, should he not be the king? "Who does not *
asked
^h,^'03- ,f ll V9UK& modern Tsr^i"1"'"" ,hcn- sh'""<' he .
Th. ti a..:.. ... lrin8 the court hearing Meoded Barzilai *
SI,000.000 in cash was on display at the Owl Re*aii
Drug store in Hollywood to plug the opening J Jech
of 45-year^ld Rabb, ov1 7" ,h ""tt h"ring the case t? ^ Rabb' BwU "d hw',h,s becuM.!\,
testing monev un k rt' Who '* l^Ked w th n, J S,v,raI *"* dunng which he paid d
Meoded SSnfnliS '?"" f ^"""'n ^h.n ],ke ilM ^J. pounds_,he eqUivaWtJ
houses. X MJrtSSare "f -- Un 00-
demonstration of "su'cce'sV ri?7L5S?*m* a Visual uame to court afor long iumhrl. P"W,Tv Rabi Barti R Jf s,arted in >52 when Banilai's wife WSSj
Dave Golding andTc ^ CWrT^ ^ by ^ **,* firs ***?IS1iZin2^ Hecht $1,000 for UovH^e ^.?F1T:. Cl\.?rod.ucer Harold tamed and later released! tail 8<" ( Aquir' 'h'" S P*1*' and alter "" K* f '""" apP"^l1
in- The Bast question n,, J u W b> ,ht" ,hree Archangels: Raphael, a***]
*i'e*e ,n rS Barn ^ vif,im ">* how could fM,Ch^'- The messap -ngs. The 3 SJ if*.** J* *W* Zt '*Z ^^ This w found **k"
'--------- *' (he blood of a ctackeo. But it did not
Barulais ilinaas.
Hoch, .0OOV uT. insurSe. ,C, sTSowV


Augusl 2. 1957
*'Jp*if IkrMnr
Page 7-A
LEr,AL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Li Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice chairman of United
ih Appeal, during his recent flying trip to Israel confers
IPrirne Minister David Ben Gurion on preeeing problem of
ibinq 100,000 immigrants who have arrived during past
into lifestream of country. UJA leader, who conferred
other top officials of government and Jewish Agency, was
ned that similar number of newcomers is expected during
, months.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 2t72
EYI.KEN COHEN HKKKZMc K
I'hintirr,
PHILIP riKREZNICK.
I 't.'11.1.1111
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l IIIII.IP HEREZNICK
I Bott) I'.. >l .-znick
1644 Haul i
Forest Miiu 74.
Long li i.hi i. New v..i u
Yoi ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
Bill i 'orai lalnl for l c\..... h
! ii 11 .i against > i.ii. .nut > i i .i!.
hi i b requli. i ic. set m
null nnswei m otherwise plead to the
Kill of Complaint f..r Divorce on the
attorney for the plaintiff, AARON M
BANNER. ami. Horlda, mill rile th. ..iiKiimi ,,r
such answer ..r ph-nding hi the office
<.r ih.- Clerk the Circuit Court In
and Tor I> I ami. floilda. nn or befoie thr
'! .VtlfTU' l''-'.7.
I If jr.,ii fell l .1,, *^ ^nknii^ 4e-
l/.ttih- will l. tak.M, *..i4JJL5)v4' l*
[relief demanded in the Itlll uflVnii-
plaint foi I DATED at .Miami. Florida this Mta
day of Jul>. 1K..7
E li LCATHERMAN
(seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ihnle Count) ITnrlda.
Hy: WM. \V. HTOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
AARON M. KANNER. Bsej.
Attorney for I'U.intiff
2.T She.i. Ian,I Building
Miami, Florida
1/S.a-M-n.
i Denmark
Sailor Release
Dntinued from f-age 1 A
representative in Cairo to
kt a formal protest to th*
\itn Foreign Office over the
of the Israeli seaman
el Eylon from the Danish
which carried a cargo of
Haifa.
owner "I the ship,
(he D;mi-!i Ministry of For-
Ifair^ to trj to obtain the re-
Mr Eylon. Mr. Toft dc-
gyptian allegations against
heli ^aiior. stating lhat Mr.
tu "regularly Mgncd on
! know absolutely of no foun-
|o( Egyptian eh irgea lhat he
n photographinij canal in-
on> from the ship "
IIntcrnaiion.il Red Cross was
rly requested in take urgent
[to prevent Mr Kylon's being
Ved or tortured by the
I, In the put. Red Cross
talan ectablishad that Is-
Inmrn detained by the Egyp-
Md been tortured.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRERY GIVEN that
lh<- undersigned, d.slrlin; to aiSgSBHJ In
business under the flctftlotta name of
AAA WELL A- SPRINKLER s'YS-
TK.MS at l| N.K l7th Si. North
Miami Dead. Intends to rrglsi.
name with the Clerk of the fir, ml
I'ourt of l>a,i.. County, Florida
STAN 1.1 Y u '\y, Dote llwiier
r IBBR AND MAYERS
attorneys for Apiilln.iil
I'minrwi- ltl I t-l-M-tJ.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAOK COUNTY FLOR-
IDA. IN fROBATE. No. 41161-A.
in in: K-i.ii.. of
FANNIE !,. FAY,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml i iml All Persons Hav-
ing I'lulma or Den,.mils Ataln
You are hereby notified and requli
ed to pie.'-, nl any claims nn which you ii.r. have against th. re-
late of FANNIE I. HAY deceased late
of i >aii.. County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dude Counts, and file
the Mime In their orflcea in the I
Courthouse in Dade County, Florid...
within eight calendar month* rrB
of the flret publication hi i.--
of, or the aama will be barred.
MORTY FAY
ARTIII'lt KAY
.... 'o Ex utora.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Atty.
I0U Reynold Bld(.
Miami. Fto
7/19-2*. 8/2-9.
. .. NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to em.
business under the firtltloa* name Of
REGAL I'KCIT PRODUCE DIB-
TRIBCTORHal IMO N.W 22M Htreal,
Miami. Florida Intends to reflated aal.l
name with the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court of Ifcide County. Florida.
MM IS FORBTER
DON W STIU1T
Attorney fos Applicant.
7/L'S. S/2--l
FreshI
LLEIBERT
["'* bughtcr you're after,
*it 10 Leibert." Light.
"" morning show with
!**, weather, time!
to 10 on 710
p*> 'da> morning
RADIO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiinler.-lKiie.l. desiring to engage In
nn i. the rietltloue n
ATLANTIC BINDERY ..t HI s W
17th A\. Miami, Florida, Intenda i<
i ,i in i Ith the < Hart '
the cii.tiit i-..,iri ..f Dade
Florida.
VBRANIA MM, RI8C0
* -**-16*23.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRRRY GIVEN that
Co- iiiulei-iKiM-ii. dealrlaa to ensaffe '"
husln..s under thr flotlth.io. name of
ADI.ERH ii i.ivi: K08IIER POI'L-
TRY MARKKT at }*?,? B.W sth St
Miami. Florida Inteada to register enld
mi- with ih.- Clerk of the Circuit
" 'onrt of I lad. i oiii,i> I'lo, i,l.,
ai.kx STAiii.. s.ie owner
MYKKS HI.I.MAN KAPLAN
Miornen f.^- A|.|>lliant
lFa S.W. 1st St., Mi mi. Ha.
/--t-2J.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 4075-A
In Re: EBTATE t>F
ANNA WAl'KS
I l.-ceascil
To All Creditors and All Persona ii.v-
Ing t'lainiH Asalnxt BaM Batata:
SOU. -'".I coll of yOU, ale helelA
notified ami leipilied to present any
clatma ami demands which you, or
either of yOU, DUO have agaim-t the
i..te of anna wai'Ks deceased
late .,r Dads County. Florida, to the
Honorable Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse In
rtulli County, Florida, within night
calendar months from the date of '"
flr.-t publication hereof. Bald claims
,,: ii.maI,,is to contain the ksjal ad-
f the claimant and t<> be sworn
to .mil pn nted aa aforesaid, oi
same ill be barred.
Data Jul) 14, A D l57
BARAH ROCHLIN
As Executrix oi the estate of Anna
Wacki. I deceased.
KOVNBR HANNHBIBER
Att. ne\ for i:\e. itilx
s I--ll
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ollcita your legal notScefj.
Wo appreciate) your
patronage, and guarantoo
accurate aervice at legal
roles
Phone FR 4-4366
far meaeenger eenrico
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name .,f
NORTHWEST BPRA-Y SERVICE at
I ISO N.W. ir.th s'l N. Miami. Fla..
Intends to register said name with thai
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of DSM
County, Florida.
JOHN A. HTHOME.
LEVY, HERMAN LBVENTHAL
Attorneys for Applicant
14M N.E. IMM St.. N. Miami Reaeb
7/lt-M, l/S-t.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
Ih,- unilcr.-iBnc'l, desli ing to engage In
business under the fntiimns name ,,f
V\r\l V. Kl'KNITlltK Ar APPLI-
ANCE CH.Tl.BT at m N Miami Aye..
Miami. Florida intend to reclati
nan,, win, the Clert of the
I'onit .,( Dade County. Flo
MYLESs EATON
GEORGE MIHALT
S'2--l8-2J.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Hllflllseilnil d. -iring tc engage In
i undei the flctltlo
MIAMI AVIATION at 1141 N.W. S4lh
Mreet, Miami. Florida Intend to I -
later ssld name with the Clert Of the
Cliciilt Court of Dade Countv, Rortda.
si WI.IY l> REIBB
JOHN : HENBMANN8, sit.
1/H, I l->HJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi i mi !
. nn.i.-i the ic tltlons i
SOITHWEHT LETTER *. I'ltlNT-
A
. mi i i nami Ith the
r, nit Court "f Dade
County, I
ill u:i.i .- \1 FREEFIELD
MARIAN l'i:i:i:i'lKI.I>
1-23.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 201774
HARRY OBTROn*,
Plaintiff
LARK pBTROFF,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TH': I'late Ostmff
4 1.' E. Tulpehoclten Street
Philadelphia, Prnn I) Ivanla.
Yon Clare Oatroff are hereby noti-
fied that a lull of Complaint lor L>l-
xoii. has been filed against you, and
von are required to serve a cop) of
your Answer or Pleading to the lull
of i-i.mplalnt on the plaintiffs Attor-
ney. I'ngerlelder & Wlnton. 311 Lin-
coln Itoail, Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the clerk of the cii -
cult Court on or before the Mi da> of
August. 1>',7. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill "f Complaint
DONE AND IRDERED at Miami.
Florida, this n di of July. AD. 1M7.
E B, I.FAI IIF.RMAN, Cl. rk,
ClTCUll Court, fade Count}", Flmida
B) I. HNEEDBN,
Deput) Clert,
I'NGERLEIDER A WINTON
111 I.In, ,.In ltd, Miami Reach. Fla.
I | ||
DAILY PICK-UPS TO.NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
BW
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lagan. WASHINGTON iOSTON
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" Proof Corwrrucfefj Storage Warehwu
Co,,i"* Ave., air^i f^a, MK 8-8153
nit4 v in[ Comptnj
commercial
social
hotel
invitali/nt
wedding nnwnc*m<)nf*
Dial FRanklin 3-4634
116 n.u. sixth atraat
miami 32, florlda
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thst
the under signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nun. or
CHARM MODELING BCHDOL AND
AGENCY ai !'.' Miracle Mil*, Coral
Gables, Florida, Intends to register
ruiiil name with the Clerk f the Clr-
cull Court of Dade County, Florida,
EDITH APPLBBAfM
MAC MERMELL
Attorne) for A|.|.licant
1M BW )rd Ava Miami, 11a.
-:
NOTICE HV PUBLICATlOr
THE CIRCUIT COURT,Of
VENte* JumCIAL. Cl
COUnVDVA-N^H^CDERV*n. B.334.
EVELYN ELIZABETH PHEARKR
Rf,VIl
Puriatiff,
ROBERT \fAYVAP.t> nlvi-k.
I iei.iicl.inr ___
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT MAYNARD BOU.R
R. I> *
York. I'ennf.vlvanla ,..,.
Ton ROBERT MAYNARD B'iTF.R
are her.fcv notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Dicoi. has been filed
against rou, and you are required to
serse a cop> of your Answer or 'ad-
tni: to the Bill of Complaint on the
i.laintlff- Attorney. OOLDMAN *
OOLPJTRIN. 03 West Magler Bt..
Miami. Flortda. and file the orlsjinal
Answer or Pleading In the office or
the flerh of the Clrrult Court on or
before rti- l^th day of Aogast 1J..7.
If you fall to do so. lodgment b> rte-
f;i,i!i will be tnken against yu for
the relief demsndad In the Bnl or
'iK^NE AND ORDERED St Miami.
Florida, this th day "f July. AT> lr.7.
V. v.. I.EATHERMAN. Clert.
cirult Court, Dade Coenty Florida.
".....; wm w SteS?*
c.r.i.l.MAN OOLD8TEIN
W llagler Btr. Miami, l-Ta.
R s,iron. I BoMsteln
Attorneys f"r Pl.ilntifr
7/1S-I9-26. 8/2.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN lhat
ito- undersigned, deal Inf. to em
busln- indei the flcl ......a_l
M IA Ml BE AC M
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business under the fictitious nam. of ;""""' iiiciiiitii r,K
of
KING Si'l.o.MflNS HAR ,i tCN \.
Miami Avenue) Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register sai,| name uh th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Mm (da.
AHRI.K SOLOMON
Sole ( >wri. r
KESSLER GARal
Attorneyi f.,i Apg.li. ant
IMI BW 1st St.. Miami, Fla.
: ia.sa, 8/:-.
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RICHARD BRTO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thr undersigned, desiring t<> engage
In business under the fictitious nnme
Of PLAYBOY OF MIAMI ;,t 7IH1 N E
!ril Court, Miami, Florida. Intends to
reglater>sald name lih the Clert of
i nil i i.nrl of I Mde County.
Florida.
ALCtr.N CORPORATION
(Sole i la ne, i
Max Ak-on, Pi
: t-it-ia-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVtN that
the undersigned. deslrNMJ to engage
business nnder Ihelletith nsme
of FAIR-WAY NI'RRBin at
N W, 17tl> Av-niie. Miami. ^-J^-
intends to register said name wltfttM
Clerk of the Clrcull Court of l>ade
'"''""^ '""".M-TH H. HOVEI>RCD
BARNETT I'EI.TZ
Attorney for applicant
M Conici.ss lildg.. Miami. Ita.
7/12-1'' ::,. .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 414.
In RE: Estate of
ROSIF. WIRTII. aks ROBE WlKl'll.
.,., u ,si \\ iirni. i' .(- 'i
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
To AH Creditor* and All Persons Ha
ing Claims oi Demands tga asl Bald
fo i an net eby notified ana requir-
ed to pi oi ..ic. i lalms and di
which v.Hi maj have agalnsl thi i
KOtttE \\ 1 It'll I. aka ROBE
WlltTII. aka ROBI IVIRTH d.
late of Bade County, Florida, to the
Judaea of Dade County, and
Hie th, i their offli I I in Ho
, rfaaousM In Dadi County,
. itliin <-lghi calendar
ti urn the date "f the first publ
i hi iisf w ill be i' >
ALBERT WIRTII. Executor.
A C LOWER Y
\\ Irth
r. i Miami 17, I
-li
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih'. undersigned, d.
hi buerne-s under the flctl ;
of POOL, CAR ARROf'IATEB It thjda
County. Florlda. Intends to register
name ith the Clerk or the i it-
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KVTtCE IS HEREBY GIN i "-N Hi.'
. rslgned. desiring t<
miriness under the fl ",m'.
mil i-M..i.i -is it nan **
M an .
Wl,h the Clerk of the I In ult
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN tt
i he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business indrr the fictitious name ot
VNI'lli: POBTERB AND DECAIjS at
v'.! Palm A\-, llial.ali. Florida. In-
,i,i name "iih the
,ult Court oi
County. Florlda
ROY DREISPt'L.
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n:\i.\i; li PROFFER
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County, i'i'ri.i.i
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Miami, Florida. Friday, August 2. 1957
Section B
/".

Two Jewish Agencies
Join Dade County's
United Fund Family
Twenty one more health, welfare, charitable and community organ
izations including two Jewish organizations here, were admitted as
members Saturday as the United Fund stepped up its pace to design a
Givers Package for the new organization's first drive this fall.
Comer J. Kimball. president o' -------'------------------------
JNF WIN Mark
Tisha B'Av Here
/
Etodv vounq patients at City of Hope children's wing zoom
own Orcle-8-shaped "freeway" designed for tricycles only.
inq ribbon-cutting ceremonies recently at free, non-sectar-
Nclional Medical Center under Jewish auspices. Asphalt
aved roadway is one of many unigue features of specially
psicned chilren's playground for youngsters stricken with
fukemia and other catastrophic diseases.
ids Get Circle-8
City of Hope
0 DUARTE, Calif. Another
, i freeway was opened
traflic lure in Southern Cal-
lornia.
It'- just a short stretch of road,
nd marked by a large sign that
iyi No Automobiles Allowed."
I'nu-ujl"
at Duarte
Ward Section
ly designed to boost moral* of
young patients most of thorn
suffering from leukemia for
which medical science has, as
yet, found no cur*and to fos-
tor improvement in their physi-
cal condition.
This new, asphalt-paved road-
Iway is one of many unique at-
I tractions in a specially-design-
Ied playground for the little pa-
Itients of the children's wing at
Itttt City of Hop* National Mod-
jicil Center, under Jewish aus-
I pkts.
The playground will serve as a
rfarriilv center" where parents,
fcnd brother- and sisters of young
wtiwits can gather in a happy
pivironment.
The unusual project, made pos-
liblc by a gift from Mrs. Anna
Cnncell. will lie known as the
f*f H Grancell Children's Play-
Tound, in honor of her late hus-
nd. a civic business leader and
philanthropist.
Openinc of the Circle-8-shaped
fav" was attended by tra-
*nal ribbon cutting, with act-
ess Betty Huttonmother of two
Featured is a many-hued play
castle, reminiscent of knights in
armor. Winging out from this
structure is a shaded rest and ob
servation area for children un-
able to participate in more active
play-
A garden area will allow
would be agriculturists in the
children's wing to display
"green thumbs," and there will
be a level greensward ideal for
lawn games.
Small-fry "climbers" will find
a play mountain, tinted in earth
shades of brown and tan, ideal.
Steel-trowled, smooth, rounded
edges will insure maximum safe-
ty. Available for climbers, too,
will be a concrete tortoise, a por-
poise, and a saddle slide. Molds
for these figures are from origi-
nal designs by a New York sculp
tor.
Children will have staff super-
vision at all times, and in keeping
the Fund, announced the addition
al organizations brought th
Fund's total membership to 30.
John B. Turner, volunteer chair
man of the United Fund's firs'
drive, looked at the new admis
sions this way: "Our campaigr
committee is elated that the par
Mcipating membership of the Fund
is growing rapidly. We want our
campaign package as quickly as
possible to allow our group to de-
velop the type of campaign need
ed for this new organization.
"Our aim is to do th* finest
job possible for these agencies
who h*v* demonstrated th*ir
faith in us by joining in this
[ joint campaign. W* know w*
can raise money together. W*
want to demonstrat we can raise
it in a highly successful and ef-
ficient manner."
Among those organizations ad
mitted to member ship this week
were three health agenciesVisit
ing Nurse Assn.. Miami Hearing
Society and the Mental Health So-
ciety of Southeastern Florida. The
visiting nurses make more than
25.000 visits each year to the home-
bound sick, while the Hearing So-
ciety is Dade's center for persons
with hard of hearing problems. The
Mental Health Society has one of
the finest records of public educa-
tion, according to.national stan-
dards, in the mental health field.
Daniel M. Broad, president of
he Jewish N itioul Pond council
if Greater Miami, this week an
nounced a special Tisha B'Av pro-
gram to be broadcast over radio
station WAHR Sunday morning at
9:30. '
Jews all over the world will com-
memorate the destruction of the
holy Temple Monday night and
Tuesday. Aug. 5 and 6. with special
Tisha B'Av services.
"But lamentations and tears
will not r*d**m and rebuild
Zion," said Broad in announcing
th* JNF radio program.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirit
ual leader of North Shore Jewish
Center and chairman of the Coun
il's executive board, will deliver a
special message. Dr. Zev Kogan
Southeastern regional director of
INF activities, will speak in Yid
dish.
Cantor Abraham Seif. of Kne
seth Israel, will render excerpts
from Lamentations, as well at
other selections in commemoration
of Tisha B'Av. Broad will act as
master of ceremonies, with Rabbi
Jonah Caplan as special guest.
Six recreation and youth organ-
izations joined the fund in the
group as the South Florida Council
of Bov Scouts of America: North-
west Miami Boys Club. YWCA, Girl
Scouts of Dade County, Southwest
Continued on Pag* 3 B
'Mark of Zorro' Scheduled
At Miami library Thursday
Thursday evening. Aug. 8. the
'Mayshie's' Dream
About to Come True
The dream of a lifetime comes
true for "Mayshie" Fried***-* 'his
week when he and Mrs. Friedberg
embark upon a two-month vacation
trip to Israel, which he will see for
the first time.
Although "Mayshie" is well
known in the Greater Miami area
for his activities in many organiza-
tions, the 76-year-young retired
electrician is famous as one of
the most active volunteers in the
cause of raising money, for Bonds
for Israel.
Last May, h* was t*nd*r*d a
dinner as recognition of th* fact
that h* alon* was responsible for
the sal* of over $100,000 worth
of Bonds for Israel sine* th* bo-
ginning of th* campaign.
In addition to being Israel Bond
chairman of the Bialik Branch of
Farband. "Mayshie" is a "major"
for the Combined Jewish Appeal,
is on the executive board of Hista-
drut. serves on the board of gov-
ernors of Federation, and is ever
ready to answer the SOS calls of
the many women's organizations
who need his help. .
Without remuneration for his ex-
penditures, he advertises in local
dauEhters-on hand for the cere- wi,h lhe parent Participation pro-
[tnony
Planned by rehabilitation ex-
Wfts and playground special-
". with medical guidance by
,h City of Hop* staff, th* col-
"ul playground was creative-
gram at the City of Hope, parents
will accompany the children, too.
Initiated three years ago. this
program encourages parents to
stay with their children at the
Medical Center.
Girls Representing
NFTY Groups Here
Miami Public Library will 'how
the 1920 silent film, "Mark of
Zorro." starring Douglas Fairbanks
and Marguerite de la Motte on its oenm.urrs. ..; .-"-
"Museum Pieces" series of f.lm WW*; *F!
classics from New York's Museum
of Modern Art.
The film is based on "The Curse
of Capistrano," by Johnston Mc-
Culley. Free tickets for the pro-
. gram may be obtained by anyone
Miriam Berzof. of 675 NE 67th oyer 14 years o( age a, six p m
St.. Miami, and Gail Pollack, of Monday at the Main Library, One
9273 Abbott ave.. Miami Beach, are Biscayne DiV(j. Only 300 tickets
Bonds and imy be seen nishtly at
restaurants and social gatherings
hawking his wares"the guaran-
teed future of Israel."
Bon(d) Voyage, "Mayshie!"
Amir* Club Dance
total Health Society Asks Miamians
To Fill in Small Needs of New Hospital
Onerous Miamians and organi-
"^ nh welfare programs are
T"J *! bj the Mental Health
<> to give consideration to the
y unfilled needs of the South
Ewl*Hospiul at West
Pjfil the newest of all mental
J2f 'nthe United States. It
Pf oa.1 ; '""rs ,0 ,he first P
Hi or &s tt"r" wrt "i
"" "I S5.000.000.
lil^n.!Tdr.a/rVm*ny """
k "Md,d for *" w*lf.r. f
Ul ana t,'inWl bv,h h~
^t K P,,i"* Wust dO
raonil.dm un,,M ,h* ,lwm
General needs include snack bar
equipment and supplies. 16mm mo
lion picture projector. 16mm mo-
tion picture camera, tape record-
er, cameras and photographic sup
plies.
For recreational therapy some
of the needs are typewriters, card
board, crayons, inks, vari-type ma
chine, games, jigsaw puzzles, tele
vision seta and antennas, prizes
for parties and birthdays, cleans
ing tissue, stationery, handker-
chiefs, pencils, pens, combs, wal
lets, party favors for holidav
arettes. gum, candy bars, greeting
cards for patients to mail home,
portable picnic grills, patio tables
and chain.
Amity Club of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center will
attending the 10th annual camp are "available" and are distributed! hold a dance at the Beach Branch,
leadership institute of the Nation-, on fl rjr.st.Come. nrst-serve" basis '< 1530 Bay rd.. Sunday evening,
al Federation of Temple Youth at
Oconomowoc. Wli,
NFTY is n affiliate of th*
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, par*nt body of 542
Reform temoles in th* United
States and Canada.
Miriam is representing the NFTY
group of Temple Israel, and Gail
ts a delegate from Temple Beth
Sholom's group.
During the 12-day meeting, the
teen-agers are applying themselves
to community life by practicing
and living the ethical principles
that govern daily lives in the com-
munity, the nation and the world.
The institute started July 24 and
ends Aug. 5.
Over the past decade. 1980 lead-
ers have participated in this train-
ing program.
Or. Andron to bo Speaker
Dr. David Andron. president of
the Miami Beach Zionist District,
will bo guest speaker Saturday eve-
ning at the Spinoza Outdoor For-
um. 11th st. and Ocean ct. His
topic is "Israel and the United Na-
tions." Edwin Marger. chairman of
the Zionist Luncheon Club, will
I hair the meeting.
Alyce and Martin Goldberg visit Universal-International Stu-
dios at Hollywood, Calif. Dan Duryea gives them highlights
of "Christmas in Paradise." picture presently being made with
juvenile star Patty McCormick. Alyce and Martin are daughter
and son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Goldberg, manager of
Delano hotel, Miami Beach.


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They will spsnd year of study at Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem. Above, five of a group
of 18 students, representinq 13 American and
Canadian universities, on eve of departure
for Israel, look at a picture of n6w buildings
being constructed at Jerusalem university.
Program for American college students is
sponsored by American Friends nf Hebrew
University in cooperation with Jewish Agency
and Israel Consulate.
New Facilities for Einstein School
British Group Hit
I wdONThe Daily Ex-
,-, reported this week that the
Brittak Council which has the
Ml ,,i spreading British culture
. hu sponsored produc-
, n The V. reliant of Venice."
m ,he Arab -tate of I*banon.
Describir.9 the Shakespaare
drama '* ,h*t *"**
caricatures Jaw./' the Epra.
says the production it baing
stagad by tha Old Vic Company
but the British Council baa cjoar-
antaad to pay part of tha finan-
cial loss expected during it two-
waak tour in Lebanon.
In an editorial, the Express says
is there no limit to the fanUutic
foils of the Britiah Council?
This monstrous error of judgment
must convey to the Arabs the im-
pnion that the British Govern-
ment is hostile to Jews. It is bound
to add to the difficulties of be-
leaguered Israel
In its day." the paper contin-
For Merchorrt*
| ued. "the Briti-h ,unci, ^
| guilty of waste and incon^
and stupidity. But never
j has it committed such a
blunder."
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NEW YORK A new gradu-
ate school for advanced stud) and
arch in the medical sciences
will open thi- fall al the Albert
tein College of Medicine, it
.i- announced by Dr. Samuel B-l
kin. president ol Yeshiva Univer-
The establishment of the grad-
Dr. Belkin, has
been made possible through an ini-
5ifl of S750.000 bj Samuel II
his son Jerrold R.
: Mi York This 1- the

li to the college ol medi-
i ne. according I i Dr. Belkin. The
ei e as a p. ipet
ual memorial to the late Sue Gold-
-imuel II. Golding's wife, who
ded rill I"'
as the Sui' folding i
Division ol Medical Sciences
- believed to be the first grad-
uate school in the country named
for a woman.
Simuel H. Golding is chairman
of the board of directors of the
Sterling National Bank and Trust
Mrs. Cohen is Hostess
Bikur Cholim Kosher i invales-
Home heiii i card party at the
-. Gall hotel w no n
Proceeds are for the Home at 310
Collins ave. Mrs Isidor Cohen,
president, was hostess,
Company. He is a member of the
boards of the Beth Israel and
Bronx Hospitals. The late Sue
Golding was one of the founders
of Camp Deal for underprivileg-
ed children in Deal, N.J.
Th( -lit is part of the
0 1,000 development turul pro
gram ol the college ol medicine.
headed bj Nathaniel I. Goldstein,
former Attornej (iener.il of the
: \> York.
The Sue Golding Graduate Di-
vision oi Medical Sciences will pro
vide advanced stud) and research
training in the medical sciences
leading to the PhD degree. Stu-
dents, to qualify, must hold a
Bachelor's degree or its equivalent
from a college or universit) oi rec
i 'I standing There an
raphic limitati
The school will have facilities
for advanced study and research
in anatomy, bio-chemistry, mi-
crobiology and immunology, pa-
thology, pharmacology and phys-
iology. Additional departments
will be added from time to time.
The Sue Golding Graduate Divis-
ion, according to Dr Marcus D,
I dean of the Albert Einstein
college ol mi dicine, la designe I to
help alleviate tin- serious shortage
trained investigators in the basic
medical science-, which constitutes
ne ol the ra erious impedi-
Tempt Wilted Appetites!
COOL SUMMER SALADS
made ,^t fci^&i^s^sfr
ments to long-range medical re-
search
Evaluating the reasoni for the
shortage and the urgent need for
extension ol the nation's facilities
for training skilled research scien
that recent surveys bj govenunen-
tal and private agencies concerned ;
with the problem DK.ke these four
point-:
l. while support for research
has increased substantially over
the last det ade, this has been pri-
marily fur current research rather
than lor the training of manpower
and the establishment of new re-
ch facilities
2. A laroe part nf such cur-
rent research is for "target" pro-
jects with limited oractical ob-
jectives, as contrasted with fun-
damental research of a long-term
nature. Yet many of our great-
est medical advances stem from
basic research often far removed
from the specific research objec-
tives.
\\ Most research institution- are
consumers ol research talent, and
do not have the facilities for the
formal training ol additional in
vestigators.
4 The shortage of research scl
entists is reflected in the
number ol unfilled faculty posi-
in the nation's medical
Is A recent surve;
thai there were 251 unfilled full-
time tacult) positions in our med-
ical schools, a large pan oi them
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lewish Agencies Join United Fund
Shore Jewish Center day campers on recent visit to
don Park Top are Carol Herman and Debbie Dinaburg.
row are Maryann Porter. Nancy Sale. Bonnie Brier and
iay Phillips, with Susan Hays. Pattie Brier and Henry Bloch
[foreground.________________________;_____________________
Her, Bedetti Scheduled Sunday
- win conduct the
Ljrsity of Miami summer pops
|if.i,,> Sun i < evening in the
auditioned Miami Beach audi-
jean cellist, will
ololst
i hi> 28 yi f conducting the
, | :i's Symnhony
Fiedler h become a tradi-
with in-
means a
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT'rE LNDER
FICTIT Oi-S \ME LAW
|,Tl,'i: |s '. lilV'BN that
i i.. nc.ii- In
'iiii.ii- liamr Of
\\ Hn|fl'-I'
:. m i.i rpRi>ur wi f ii\- Clreult
l-'lir
,;; I \M Boh I'unrl
r\ v EP>
i Hf-ni-h. Kl.
tion in a town so heavy
stitutions that a tradition
couple of centuries.
By playing music that even tha
least erudite listener find* easy
to like, and avert to love, he has
widened the horizon* r>f thous-
ands who might nevar have visit-
ed a concert hall.
Born in Lyons, France, Mr. Be-
detti came to the United States in
1919 and became the first 'cellist
of the Boston Symphony Orchestra,
a position he held for 29 years.
Sunday night he will play the
Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor,
Opus 33. by Salnt-Saens.
Continuad from Paga 1 B
Miami Boys Club, and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
>fficially became members. The
*ix agencies have a record together
)f serving more than 50.000 child-
en and adults with diversified pro-
grams.
Two more agencies in tha fam-
ily welfare fiald joined with tha
group as Jewish Family Service
and tha Catholic Charltias Bur-
eau were admitted. Jewish Fam-
ily Service offers professional
casework for halp for familias
and individuals to halp them
deal more effectively with the .
day-to-day problems of living,
marriage, raising children, gat-
ing along with other people,
overcoming handicaps and over-
coming personality difficulties.
Last year the Bureau sarved an
average of 186 familias each
month.
In addition, Jewish Family ser-
vice carries on a foster care pro-
gram for children and also places
infants and children for adoption
in Jewish homes here. JFS is cur-
rently developing a program for
the non-institutional care of Miami
senior citizens.
also be permitted to expand to
meet increasing community 1
need*. It seems clear to me that
the United Fund with a far larg-
er part of community manpower
and resources behind it can offer
agencies far greater assurance of
support than any one agency can
muster on its own.
"Federated campaigning has been
tried and tested over many year*.
There is no real doubt about Hi
ability to raise the most money
with the least cost and effort. What
is required is the right spirit, aj
willingness to look at all the needs
of our community as a whole and
to share with each other on a fair
basis determined by our own fel-
low citizens representing' the per-
sons most concerned, the contribu-
tor."
Kimball announced the local
board of the American Cancer So-
ciety had taken a stand compatible
with the national policy in deciding
not to join the United Fund.
UF board members are expected
to meet next week to admit more
agencies into the fold, and the ad-
missions committee members will
take up their "full-time" volunteer
jobs on Monday.
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MAN,
MANISCHEWITZ
IfOrSCht in the NEW
WUSABU UtUWURith"TWIST OfrCAfj
NOT'CE UNDER
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JERUSALEM(JTA>Mrs. Mir-j
iam Freund. president of Hadas-
sah American Women's Zionist Or-:
ganization and Zelig Levon, chair-
man of the Histadrut Housing Cor-1
poration, signed a contract this'
week for the construction of 600
housing units in a garden town ad-
joining the new Hebrew-Univer-
sity-Hadassah Medical Center on
the outskirts of Jerusalem. The
new development will be known as
Kiryat Hadassah.
Perfect fl
Kswer
TO LOW
CALORIE MEALS
Solve that weighty problem .
serve plenty of nutritious, flavorful
August Bros, bread made
from select spring wheat flour .
contains no shortening.
PUMffRNiCKEl BOHEMIAN RYE
BAGRS VIENNA ISO TWIST
FRENCH MUD EGC ROILS
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With the aid of funds from the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
this agency offers a vocational ser-
vice for "hard to place" persons
and carries out a complex program 1
of aid to new Americans.
Catholic Charities Bureau serves
families and children with prob-
lems and operates St. Joseph's
Villa, a full time residence for
children, several foster homes and
places children for adoption with
Catholic families.
Traveler's Aid Sociei*. offering
aid to stranded visitors in T)ade
rnuntv, and Older Women's Coop-
erative League, serving the needs
of aged women, brought two more
different services into the United
Fund in the group, as did the en-
trance of the Welfare Planning
Council and the Greater Miami
Urban League.
Thro* children's eeencies were
included. The Children's Home
Society, an accredited adoption
anency, offers counseling and as-
sistance to unwed mothers and
proapectiva parents. Tho Amer-
ican Children's Home is for un-
derprivileged and neqlecteH chil-
dren who are earad for until tha
parents can once more take over.
The Day Nursery caras for 52
children of working mothers six
days a week.
Ray Earnest, president of the
hoard of the Children's Home So-
,-i.-tv. said that "I am in favor of
consolidation of all campaigns into
one major drive for the entire com-
munity. The board of directors is
unanimous and enthusiastic in its
support of the UF program."
Three national agencies rounded
out the group of 21 brought into
the Fund this week Included in
this category were American Social
llvsiene Assn.. National Recrea-
tion Assn.. and United Community
Funds and Councils of America.
James I. Keller, chairman of the
IT's admissions committee, declar-
ed that "the willingness of the
willingness of the agencies cam-
paigning for financial support in
Dade county to meet with our ad-
missions committee and consider
becoming a part of the United
Fund has been most encouraging.
"Naturally, our fellow citizens
who are working for these causes
want to be assured that adequate
funds to finance their programs
will be raised and that they
nill
MEANS
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Oh. to be in Europe, now that the rest of
Miami's there! ... Dr. and Mrs. Leo F.shbe.n.
en rout- to Spain and Italy. nl a "bilhet.
i;1l" with greel from Lisbon "A
town." they write ...
The Larry Singers ... 1 the Julian Weinkles
are having marveteui time exploring in Europe
Meanwhile, coming around to Europe from the far side is
Bess (Mrs. Lauis) Gla**er ... Sh, "H'n
the South China Sea. on her was '' Singapore
Ann* Brenner (Mrs. Ben) Meyers is gone to DubUn for I num-
ber of meeting- of leading international lawyers there
>
Mrs. Russell Brandt, sister of Jennie (Mrs. Harry) Gordon, is
on her way back to Woodmere. LI. after visiting her mother.
Mrs. Ida Hartz, and Jennie for three Weeks at the Gordon home.
23 S. Miami ave. ...
The liiy Formans have returned to Philadelphia after a li i
Mr. Forman i- president ol Formosl R
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levine and familj lr the
Short He's p ni rs mai ol HI '
l;, at Grotsi r"s is Florence Freedman, ol the Miami Beach
Prominent attorney Stanley and Martha Myers, and Or. and
Mrs. Max Pepper and thi Nancy, left togethei
- Dunert -r:i' Martha
on to M
: a hop. ski|
I pop up to Albanj I on her t.
: Judy and her Ihi-Im'vI Dr. Arthur Gilbert .
Arthur internii
Jonathan
Aipert Leo in '. Louise Al-
pert, i Jonny iking
f the s s beei ...
Ellington, D.C.,
York and til His host in v, ishingtoi! will ha
Irving Biow rl m Karen a II escort the yi
. .
.I be COUsil Gene and Bruce Taylor,
E Staj ; I il Jonny's pn "
Martha, who has ;"\ "\ || M itl
an : a wh brary to read through
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Murray and Jean Deblinger, of 9017 Bmersoa ave Su; :
from a four-week trip to New Thej
.- : L-er 6.000 miles part ,,f ih. i iry included a
their children. 12-year-old Harold
Adrienne The 1 \ al
he mountain-, will be back in another five weeks .
Murray, bj the way, op i New Pioneer hotel here
> > >
Harry Zukernick, ol 3134 Sheridan ave had -"me had mon
Harry DJ
five-week staj al Mexico City's Continental Hilton
Mrs. Zukemick stayed on in Mexico to soak up -
turning home Monda) moi
papei- you remember, headlined Mexico's V rthquake."
that two of the injured were Continental Hil-
ests. and that the hotel itself, just mber,
ined a huge crack from the street all the way up to the
lub. and mighl have to close
Well, the quaki and the Zukernicks can breathe
. But thi- may well !>< a trip that Mrs. Zukernick will re-
*r as a real ion
>
Lincoln rd turrfer Adrian Thai and his charm.n^ Thelma
left for Manhattan ... They're combining business with
ire and taking advantage ol their Neu York staj to loot
the fail line of furs ...
Summering in Woodstock. NY., are Dr. and Mrs. Edward Lear
Lear School Mrs. Lear has been keeping bu-v with her
rite pa-nme. sculpturing They're also making trips into
\ irk to inspect private school fuc.lit.es. with an ,
he school program at Lear.
4
Mrs. Morton Gerz ithe former Carol Washer and Sue Stahl
gave a pink and white brunch last week for bride-elect Elaine Hill
m*1' ,il?,.dTLST h'Shlighted by a bridal doll the middle"
e. from which pmk and white streamers extended to ea'h
nng The party took p.ace at the Washer home. 5 lO*
Elaine, who will marry Allan Ziffer on Aug 11. is a I'M grad-
uate and a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sororitv Allan gradu
ated irom the University of West Virginia and served a- iir-t lieu-
tenant in the Navy.
l ? I \, "I? i'JrUe What they ,hat Gr,c Grimaldi's father
John K.lly bought SIOO.OOO worth of I-rael Bonds the name
of his grand daughter. Princess Caroline?
It was a gala Golden Wedding Anniver-arv celebration and re
.n Buffalo. NY., for the Sidney L.v.nsons. o S rlS
ave. The party -pread all the way from Buffalo to the family
home in Newark, and were attended by more than 200 people
.5-year-old S.dney. who operated a grocery store in Buffalo in the
samejocanon for a quarter of a century, retired to Miam" Beach
Originally from London, he had not seen his brother David
mincnt London manufacturer of men's formal wear' for 1Q
D.v.d. on h- first trip to this country, flew oer to S
his brother and s.ster-in-law on their big dav rD |'
m> Beach came son Maurice and hi- four girls JJl
hand in Buffalo were four L.v.nson daughters. 'Jmar,f*Z
thtir nine children ana
Anniversary date was Julv 12. but it was DrohshU- ,h i
d.W
omctn s
"World
More than 1,000 panoai attended Suriside. Bal
Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands Chamber of
Commerce Women's Division block party held
recently at Chamber parking lot. Pictured axe
guests who took part in short ceremony when
Women's Division donated S800 bulletin sign
to Chamber and Town. Left to right are As-
sistant Mayor Lee Howard. Mrs. Howard, pre*, j
ident ol Women's Division Mrs. Rh=a
man Gladwin, Mayor and Mrs. James P.]
Wendler. of Surfside. and David Topp, mat]
ager of Bay Harbor Islands.
Their Betrothals Told bv Parents
Mr and Mr- Morris Reeber, Or
nounce the engagement
ol their daughter, Eleanor, to
Diakin, ton of Mr and
Mrs Samuel Diskin, 800 Collins
ave Mian
Tiv .- ,i graduate of
the University ol Florida and a
member of Alpha Kpsilon Phi.
Ka I'hi and I'hi Kappa
I'hi She h :\ ing in Miami
Mr Diskin is a graduate of the
rsitj I Miami and i- attend-
he University of Miami law
school. He i- a member of Tau
-.Ion Klto legal fraternity.

Aron Rosenblatt
1 i- the date set by Mi
Bernadean Aron for her mar-
to Barnard Rosenblatt Fhej
will be married in Houston.
The bride-elect is the daughter
ol Mr- tirina Aron Houston, and
the late Mr Aron
Mr Rosenblatl i- the -on of Mr
Mrs I T Kosenhlatt. 21o \\\
12th ave He attended the I n:\er
-it> of Florida where he was .
men E Alpl I psilon Pi
Barson Herti
* v' i' H < I Hog :- being plan-
, nen Bar-
and Alan Hertz
igement i announced by her
1 Mr- Joseph Bar-
Women Urged to
Take Red Cross
'Disaster' Course
Hou-ewives and professional wo-
man who will volunteer a few
- Ol their time following a
hurricane or other disaster here
are urged by the R.-d CrOM ,0 at.
tend a one-day -Training Course
for Disaster" en Thursday. Aug 8
Scheduled from 10 am to 3 30
Pm in the Red Cron bldg
5020 B.scayne hlvd the course will
be conducted by Thorn.,- r.
corar. and Mrs Kdw.na Johns, of
the local chapters Home Service
Department
Purpose wi,, he (MniUtr,M
volunteers with Red Cross forms
and procedure, us^J when vie-
'ms of hurricanes or other dis-
Mlow,n;humcane or other di-
aster -he volunteer- ,ra,ned l,v
Red Cross will ha atotionedTrtri
HS, p"ln,s throughout Dada to
handle ravaaata frosj vK.tlm,
WJen poasibia, solunteers wSfha
s.ai.ned ,a ,he,r respt,,,ve "Jj
a B 2880 Pine Tree dr. Miami
Beach Mr Hertz is the son of Mr
and Mrs Philip Hertz, of New York
City.
Mi-s Barson i- a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School She at-
tended the I'niverMtv of Miami
where she was a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon.
Mr Hertz attended City College
in New York City and tarred in the
armed forces for two year-..

Lob- Lieberman
Mi-- Patricia Ann Lob. daughter
Of Mr and Mrs Charle- I>>b. Htl
York (it>. and I>r Warren Jay
Lieberman are planning an early
September weddll
Dr. Lieberman i- the -on of Mr
and Mrs. Irving Lieberman. 1025
rwaj dr Miami Beach. He is
I graduate of Tulane I niverity
school of medicine and is a mem-
ber id Alpha Omega Alpha honor-
miSS KtlBlK
MISS AIM
ary medical fraternitv He u i
terning at Jackson Memorial
pital.
Mi-s Lob is a graduate of Vu
Kdison Senior High School and I
tended Sophie Newcomb ColW
in New Orleans. She i- a nun
of Alpha Epsilon i'hi
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[ookies, Special
Toast for Today
|By REG!NA FRISCHWASSER
| ymMRATOR COOKIES
cup ''
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cups ('<>'
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bandmi) "' vanilla.
Siii together
Ir with iH bakin* P"w,ler-
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lap rolls in M! paper ami
ice in refrigerator overnight.
Len reaih to bake, slice on?-
1,,-th inch thick and place on an
Id c(M)ki- sheet. Bake in a
[dium oven 380 degs. F. about
[minutes, until crisp.
FRUITED BREAD TOAST
slices white bread
1 eggs
2 cup fruit juice
. slices American cheese
bip the slice- of bread in a mix
je of slightly beaten eggs and
lit juice Whin the slices of
lad have absorbed all of the egg
ture. put them together, sand-
fh (union, with -lues of cheese.
I them in hot butter until golden
Jwn Sen.' with syrup, jelly or
i thick, swei l cream.
m Lines Will
(ffer New Ports
Call October
NEW YORK Two special |
|ise-!ike to Israel and
cr Mediterranean lands will be
de in October by the twin-lux-
liners. SS I-rael and SS Zion.
|wa< anm.uiK ed Wednesday by
American Israeli Shipping Co..
j.. here IS representatives and
isenger i the Zim-Israel
benca Ui
B :. departing from New
rk Met 3, and th Israel, sailina
25, will call at Funchal. Ma-
Ira, Naples, Piraeus and Haifa on
| I run and at Naples
" Mill ,;-,|.
[Th round trip voyages will be
43 diys' duration, including
I or 12 days in Israel and a total
three days in Naoies. Regular '
hwy and round-trip fares will !
PPly. Passenjcis may itop over
ports enroute and pick up the
^m -hip on her return voyage.
['' SS Isi | ,.(| ss Zion are
line driven lin-
bj!l> in 1955 and 1956. They
!l 300 passengers in
ft and tourist classes, all in out-
1 Werooms, most of which
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At Grossinqer, N.Y., Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, famous Miami salem. Harvey Rosen, executive secretary of academy, looks
Beach hotel woman, receives "Light of World" award from an. Mrs. Grossinger was selected for honor by organization
Rabbi Herbert Goldstein, director of World Academy in Jeru- because of her aid to education in Israel.
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ecent
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tami
Fascinating Marianne Cook,
Germany's favorite actress,
takei* a leading role in Uni-
versal-International's Techni-
color Cinemascope produc-
tion, "Interlude," starring
June Allyson and romantic
Roesano Brarzy, starting at
Carib, Miami and Miracle
Theatres.
Women Schedule Ploy
Sisterhood of Temple Smai of N
Miami will present a summer stock
play, "Separate Rooms." Monday
evening, Aug. 5. at Carpenters
Hall, NE 131st st. and 6th ave. In
charge of information is Mrs. B. S.
Bernard.
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Have tHaat a
>usin*sm Mtino, f
Banquet, or W
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Special Occasion
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs In the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyaf Rooms, be H for a
wedding or a private party I
the
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HAZEL ALLISON
C*ttrMs Director.
Recent births at Mount Sinai
Hospital include the following:
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ,
Bennett July 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Greene July 22.
Son horn to Mr and Mrs. Sydney I
Miller July 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Rams July 20.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stan
ley Silverman July 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
| Daniel Wtinstein July 17.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Nichtberger July 16.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Malament July 16.
Twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Steinberg July 15.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Kemp July 15.
Sbn born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Horvitz Ouly 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Feldman July 14.
Daughter horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Alterman July 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
James Meyer July 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Stokes July 12.
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs
Norman Miller July 12.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Miller July 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Burson July 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sfoses Hillman July 10.
Son born fo Mr. ana Mrs. Sam
Krutchik July 10.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Baron July 9.
Son bom to Mr. and Kirs. Her-
bert Walowitz July 9.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Friedland July 8.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Cygielman July 6.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Zvi
Feinstein July 6.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Kane July 6.___________
Temple kite* Registration
Temple Judca nursery and kin
dergarten school Wednesday an-
nounced the opening of rejji-tra
tion.
Hours are Monday through Fri
day next week from 9 a.m. to 12
noon. School begins Sept. 3. Chil-
dren who will be three by Jan. 1
are eligible.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man Wolfson July 3.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs I'.ml
Joseph July 2.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Burks July 1.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Jay Weiss July 1.
Son born to Mr. and Arthur Wat
den June 30.
Daughter born to Mr and Mrs.
David Fleming June 30.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Milton
Brown June 30.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Ben-
jamin Martin June 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and '
Irving Sabins June 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Widish June 27.
Sy^ whatever
V the occasion..
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party, wedding if it's a special occasion
the Eden Roc will make it perfection.
Rooms available to suit every need and taste.
for parties from 1 O to 1200.
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Actions Committee Pushes Federation at Concluding Sessi
Affiliation With Israel Political
Parties Aired by U.5. Delegates
JFRUSALEM-(JTA>-The eleven-yearold Confederation of Gen-
era. SsttT world body ot cen.riM Zion.s. parties U UP this
week over the question of .he identification of its parUe. abroad with
ued, the Progressive group
wanted to scrap the entire agree-
ment and negotiate a new one. but
the ZOA rejected the Idea ol scrap-
ping the pact and held out for
changing it. When the Progres-
M\e> insisted on scrapping the
<:ther the Progressive or General Ziom>t Parties in Israel.
Mrs. Rose Halprin. acting chair-
man of the Jewish Agency execu
live in the United States, is the
spokesman for one faction which
includes the Hadassah and other
parties. Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
president of the Zionist Organiza
tion of America, is spokesman for
the other group which is led liy the
ZOA. According to the conflicting
Claims of the two groups, il would
appear that each has control of
the Confederation's apparatus and
the other has been excluded.
The Halprin-led faction charg-
ed that the ZOA grouo had iden-
tified itself with the General
Zionist Party of Israel. Dr. Neu-
mann, for his part, charged that
the Hadassah and its group had
identified itself with the Pro-
gressive Party. What thorough-
ly confused the issue was that
each faction claimed that if rep-
resented a lonq list of Zionist
organizations in Western Eu-
rope, Latin America. Actually,
these groups have al'eadv split
up among themselves and are
polarized in some cases around
two separate frameworks.
According to a statement by Mrs.
Halprin. the Confederation has
been complete!) inactive during
the pa-t year because of a dead-
lock caused by two croups which
;ire evenly balanced and are un-
able to bridge differences of opin-
ion over the question ot identifi-
cation with Israeli political parties.; federation before the next general
Mrs. Halprin's statement asserts conference.
that the delegates to the Actions
Committee representing the "larg-
est bloc in the Confederation in
the Diaspora came to the conclu-
sion that the Confederation will be
able to operate only if it includes' to establish a new organization,
organizations not identified with Particularly since the latter in-
include the WIZO and
C*. IMAUUll NEUMANN
. Utt projress/Ves
agr< ment. the ZOA-oriented lac-
mplied that the former could
. if ihej did not like the set-up
Dr. Neumann insists that no group
not even all the groups in the
deration unanimously has
he legal right to abolish the Con
While Mrs Halprin holds that
the ZOA group is actually forming
a new group. Dr. Neumann main-
| tains it is the Progressive group
; which is departing and will have
any political party in Israel." This
statement is tantamount to a claim
that the ZOA-oriented group has
been excluded.
Things look exactly the oopo-
site from Dr. Neumann's view-
point. He said that the last
conference of the Confederation
held during the 24th World
Zionist Conaress decided to
keep the Confederation as a
"roof organization" and estab-
lished a 12-member administra-
tive council six from each
groupwhich was athorized to
make any amendments and
changes in the Confederation's
new set-up.
When the administrative council
ret herp ]avt week. Dr. Neumann
tends to
the new American Jewish League
for Israel, neither of which are
members of the Confederation.
Meanwhile, the Israel Progressive
Party, which seems to have acted
as a catalyst in the split, has not
Officially identified itself with
either group.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Zionist Actions Committee, si its
concluding session bee. set up a
series of regulations designed to
implement the decision oi the
4th world Zionist Congrats to
establish territorial federations
M the basic structure w the
movement.
Where Zionist federation or
other comprehensive, paramount
Zionist bod) exists now, It shall
serve as the base from which to
extend the territorial structure
Existing Zionist executive boards
should be enlarged to make room
lor representatives ol nen groups
as they affiliate, the regulations
state. Representation In the fed-
eration shall he based on the pro
portion of each group's member
ship to the whol- and each shall
(i, termine the form of election
tor Itself.
The question of admission of
non-Zioni shall be determined by each na-
tional structure, the regula-
tions provide. The various
Zionist parties within the fed-
eration shall remain indepen-
dent in its own activities and
party affiliation with a terri-
torial federation shall not af-
fect the party's connection with
its world movement.
The committee rejected a Herut
move to debate the questions ol
relation- between West Germany
and Israel after it was strei ed
that this is a sphere of dcci-i"ii
for the Parliament and Govern-
ment of the Jewish State, not the
Zionist movement
The Actions Committee expres-
sed regret over the fad that the
covenant between the Israel Gov-
ernment and the Jewish Agency
had not been implemented in all
its provisions during the past
year, It requested the Jewish
\ i m > executive to put into op-
eration the agreement regarding
the coordinating board, on which
members of the Israel Cabinet
and of the Agency's executive are
represented, in order to make it
"a permanently functioning in-
stitution."
In another resolution, the
Actions Committee expressed
the desire that the distribution
of the newcomers on the land
and the efforts of housing new
immigrantsbe coordinated
through advanced planning. It
called upon the Israel Govern-
ment and Israeli industrialists
to help in the development of
industrial
view to consolidating and en-
pending the absorption of new-
comers. At the same time, l
welcomed the efforts to direct
immigrants to agricultural set-
tlements.
The resolution requested the
maintenance of the present rate
,,l immigration to Israel and ur-
ged that appropriate conditions
be created to effect considerable
immigration from countries in
Western Europe, United States,
South America and South Africa.
p expressed gratification over
the expansion of youth immigra-
tion and called for increased ef-
forts tor the absorption of the
youth in workers settlements and
youth villages.
The Actions Committee em-
red its permanent budget
and t.nance committee to ar>
prove the budgets of the Jewish
Agency, Jewish National Fund
and Keren Hayesod for the re-
mainder of 1067 as well as for
the fiscal year of 1058-59. It or-
dered Zionist federation and in-
dividuaJ Zionist groups to coop-
erate lulls with the national com-
mittee of the Jewish National
Fund and reiterated the right of
the JNF to use traditional meth-
ods of fund raising. Other Zion-
ist groups were urged not to use
these methods. i
The supreme Zionist body be-
tween World Zionist Congress-
es strongly condemned the
Arab boycott against Israel as
a blow to the cause of construc-
tive cooperation and world
peace. It expressed admiration
for the splendid achievements
of the Israeli defense forces
and for the courage of Hie peo-
ple of Israel in the face of the
immediate danoers that threat-
ened the State prior to the Si-
nai campaign.
''ration tat i
Committee emphasaed I '
tinuing and mutually
supply of arms i ,he
by major power* is a ^
acing the peace in ik?*1
East." The com
that "this policy n
the already tense
an explosion and
conflagration "
The Action* Committee i
sed the "deep anxiety" i
shared with the entire
people regarding the rtaaJL
the Jews in the Soviet Unioeja
have been deprived of the m
bility of maintaining theuM
tional Jewish life in the i
of religion, culture and
tion while other minority
enjoy them.
It exoressed confidence i
viet permission to the Jeaj
emigrate to Israel would '
substantial con t ributiti
strengthening human |
and improving intcrnatioTjl
tions. Declaring that the 1
to Israel is the natural rifj
every Jew, the Action r^
tee also appealed to the
ian Government to allevutci
sufferings of thousaadi of i
arated families by pert
them to emigrate.
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Israel Turns Down
Request for Posts
JERUSALEM(JTAV-Israel has
rejected renewed United Nations
pressure for the establishment of
UN observer posts in the demili-
tarized zone along the Svrian bor-
I der. informed Israeli circles re-
| vealed this week.
These same circles contrasted
j the UN's unwillingness to consider
| Israel's complaint against Syria un-
der Article I of the armistice agree-
ment which forbids threats of ag-
gression as well as hostile acts.

MOT GAIMKY
|rry Galinsky
ir Mitzvah Due
Irn Galinsky will become Bar
lah during Saturday morning
ff'tv An- 3. of Beth Jacob
y lion.
irrv is th' son "f Mr. and Mrs.
, Galinsky. 750 1-enox ave.,
hi Bi-ach. and the grandson of
End Mrs Harry Shopiro.
Option and dinner will follow
bv evening at the Algiers
Howmr, UN headquarters
here did oromis* to talc* *tCH to
vict Syrian cauattar* on Israel
soil northeast w4 Lake Huleh.
The Syrian farmers and their
families were supoorted bv Syr-
ian treoes in their incursion in*
to Israel.
Meanwhile. Col. Bvron V. Learv.
Acting Chief of Staff of the UN
truce set-up. issued a formal denial
of Syrian and Soviet claims that hr
had found Franch troops concen-
trating on Israel's side of the Syr-
ian border.
A series of incidents along Is-
rael's borders with Syria, Jordan
and Egypt left one Arab infiltrator
dead in an encounter with a border
patrol and an Israeli Arab villager
wounded by Jordanian marauders.

rushchev Admits Curb on Emigration
A'YORK JTA) Communist
(hid Nikita S. Khrushchev i
Ited to ;i group of American |
Its in Moscow last weekend j
Mm Soviet government curbs |
nigratmn (if Jews.
r. Khrushrh*v' rmar*s were
by Mrs. Elmer McLain,
i. ;-
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Registration Announced
Beth El religious school at 500
SW 17th ave. Wednesday announ-
ced registration for the fall term.
Registration hours at the school
are Monday through Friday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday from
9 a.m. to 12 noon. Harry Goldberg
is chairman of the boarfl of edu-
cation.
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m
t.
Daniel Broad (right), Miami Beach civic leader and director
of American Savings Building and Loan Assn., accepts Cer-
tificate of Merit and honorary life membership from Miami
Beach Apartment Assn. in recognition of his "outstanding ser-
vice to the association as a pioneer founder and member of
the board of dierctors." Broad served as Miami Beach Apart-
ment Assn. president in 1952 and was board chairman the fol-
lowing year. Presenting award is Beach Councilman Harold
Shapiro. *
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SERY SCHOOL TEACHERS
oae EXECUTIVE DltECTOt
qioliflcmions te President,
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Ittttr, 50 N.W Slit Plate.
of Lima, O., one of a group el 24
Americans touring the USSR un-
der the leadership of Prof. Je-
rome Davis, formerly of Yale
University. The communist lead-
er ws asked if it were true that
Jews were not allowed to emi-
grate from the Soviet Union. He
replied:
"It is true to a certain extent.
We issue passports only to those
whose trip is useful. Recently we
gave Jews passports for repatria-
tion to Poland but we know they
went straight on to Israel. We
consider Israel is pursuing an ag-
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Israel Ambassador to United States Abba Eban is shown re-
ceiving Citation of Merit from Hadassah, Women's Zionist
Organization of America, from Mrs. Benjamin Gottesman
(left), national treasurer of Hadassah. at a recent meeting in
Hadassah House in New York City. Looking on are Dr. Miriam
Freund (second from left), Hadassah's national president, and
Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin (right), acting chairman of American
section of Jewish Agency for Palestine. ._______
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Judge Arthur Snyder, safety <*"
ree'oe o* the ** officiated at
-, presentation while Carl
We.nkle vie* president ~f the
hospital. HlllWl director Sam
uel Gertner assistant *
rmnisrretor Samuel Zibrt ack-
nowledged the g.ft **"" of
?he hospital end children.
Mt Sinai Hospital trustee Carl Weinkle (second from left),
ten's TV set trom Knights of Pythias Ben Friedman M a.
Judae Arthur Snyder and Vice Chancellor Joseph Field!.
nght. ________________ _____
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.reation and
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JERUSALEM .ITAr-The Ital-
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I Haifa, passed unmo-
ih the Suei Canal last
week en route trom the Mediter-
ranean t" Klath The vessel was ex-
pected to arrive at Israel".* Red Sea
port thai week.
The Martha is the third for
elgn f chartered by Israel
for service bf.wetn Klath and East
African p-rts The other ships are
mis -lan and Panamanian reg-
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\l\otes from the L rCabbi s j^Pilpit
. I Unnnt is another *n a tertet of trtUtei prepared by spiritual
The J0< j^j, pioTiditn ''Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
U>d" '' \t. Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn Rabbi Abraham
*W* "of Ttftrelh Israel Horthside Center, u coordinator of this
gtt*. program.
[he Bible Cues Us on
[he Meaning of Dreams
RABBI ABRAHAM CASSEL
ToraV. Tempi*
bfligion and the Bible are
I TM Bible as the main
I -n, is as modern
[ H da) psychology. Like
LJw] -y. the Bible also des-
L- dreams at IfinR meaning-
[ iteful in the guidance of
Freud ol course, based
U.i histh* riei on the inter-
Itaii.i of dreams. He found
... most \aluable in un-
klamhni; the individual, suf-
l 1 upheavals and
kdowns. Religion recognized
11 yaan before
b!
ill religious
UiDltliGHlING l\m
5 Av 6:44 p.m.
\WVlttIl **^<
sources describing the phenome-
non called "dreams."
"God shows man in his dream
what man really thinks." In other
words, like Freud's definition.
dreams are the life of man dur-
ing his sleep. The things we talk
about during the day are dream
ed about at night. The Bible
knew this thousands of years
ago.
"An unsolved dream is like a
letter unopened." The meaning
of this is very important. Biblical
literature proclaimed that one
should understand a dream be-
cause it can b" good therapy if it
is correctly understood. On the
other hand, if a dream is allowed
to go without solution or inter-
pretation, it can prove as frustra-
ting as an "unopened letter."
This basic dogma of mental hy-
giene today is found in the Bible.
There are many dreams des-
cribed in the Bible The dream
' of Jacob and the angels going up
and down the ladderthis gave
Jacob a deep feeling of religion
an spirituality and helped him on
aad utilise them in our day-to-day
living. Psychiatry today makes a
fuss about the dream-life of man,
as do Freud and many others like
him. Many volumes have been
written about the meaning of
dreams. Surely it is proper that
we turn the pages of the Bible
and recognise its genius and wis-
dom in this sphere. The dreams
of the great personalities of old
are powerful sources of learning
the deep meanings of drerams,
Page 9-B
and how they relate to men's
actual life.
T h B i b I e recognized t h e
dream-life of man thousands of
years ago, even before psychi-
atry, and before men like Freud
began their monumental woak in
this field. The Bible recognized
the importance of dreams as a
basis of understanding man and
his struggle for a happy life.
Again we have proof that religion
is a deep source of knowledge re-
lated to the vast field of modern
mental health.
Congregations Planning Major Tisha
B'Ay Campaign for National Fund
RABW ABRAHAM CASSfl
. sources of leorning
his way. The ladder was a sym-
bol of lif-?. or the ups and downs
of life. Jacob's guilt because of
his brother and what he had done
to him, found release through
this dream.
The dreams of Abraham guid-
ed him to the discovery of the
unseen God His dreams later be
came real and actual. The "dried
up bones" were the dream of the
Prophet bskisL His preaching
about them led to the actual com-
ing to life again of the Hebrew
people in his time. Tre Prophet
Isaiah and his vision became
real and concrete in his later
days.
Dreams ean lead to reality if
we but understand their meaning
The time honored traditional
mid summer appeal in behalf of
the Jewish National Fund and its
multitude of land reclamation and
soil development projects in Israel
will be conducted in thousands of
congregations Monday night and
Tuesday on th? occasion of Tisha
B'Av. which falls Aug. 6.
peal for the JNP on Tithe B'Av
to that every worshipper has a*
opportunity demonstrate h{i
devotion to the land ana people
of Israel.
The proclamation, signed by
Rabbi Shlomo S. Sharfman. pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Council.
; points out that the JNF has under-
Tisha B'Av. the ninth day of th-*'taken the task of providing new
Hebrew month of Av, marks the immigrants with arable habitable
. ._ soil so as to integrate them speed-
destruction of the Second Temple i jly jn(o ,h(, economy of israel./Up-
in Jerusalem by Titus 1.887 years us \n tnc i/nited States'rets
ago. It is a day of mourning for the sacred obligation to help the
Jews the world over and ha. be- j Jewish National Fund in this great
come a traditional OCCMtal for
fund-raising in behalf of the re-
born Jewish State of Israel.
A proclamation issued by the
Rabbinical Council of America
urges rabbis and synagogue lay
leaders throughout the country
to carry on the traditional ap-
undertaking."
states.
the proclamation
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. WalUch.
ervices in
K-jrec*ter
JH
TEMPLE ZION.
t. Conservative.
Waxman.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
ICtWll
A circular letter in a similar
vein was sent to synagogue and
community leaders by the Relig-
ious Zionists f America (Mix-
rachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi) under
the signature of resident Rabbi
Isaac Stollman. The letter urges
that Shabbat Chsxon, the Sab-
bark preceding Tisha B'Av and
Shabbat Nachamu, be devoted to
the Keren Kayemeth. Shabbat
Nachamu is the Shabbat of Jew-
ish comforting.
UDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cerlyle
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
SHE EMES. 2S35 SW 19th
Cartor Samuel Salkow.

^H DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
vitive. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
[Cantor William W. Lipton.
I "t>Akr:
rui
I'IM.I. TOPI'
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH Henry Okolica.
EL. 1*45 Polk et.. Hollywood. Re- Neu.
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
Cantor Maurice
I
^HEL. 5M SW 17th ave. Or-
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-

t EMETH. 122S0 N.W. 2nd
tonurvative. Rabbi David W.

f H ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Rabbi H. Lewis Rott-
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1715 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk. St., Hollywood. Corner v
aHve. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbravn. I
l-ilili.v s :(i. pm Servlrea conducted
b) i>i h...ii.i Poerat, moeanoi '
Board "f Uoveraore ermonette. Kuan
url liaihln will chart th- lltnrgy
.- ,i da | I .. in Bervtoea oaaui lea
In Sun Hi. i:tii;iii mill .'ark I'olu-n.
a.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ten Melavsky.
Friday 7:11 p.m Sermon: "Kthtca
.f the aTUhera. Mondial 1:15 p.m -" r
Tuesdaj J m Tli H l> wrvlo I
The Tisha B'Av appeals will holp
to assure the uninterrupted work
, N. Of the Jewish Natural Fund in
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi I Israel. The JNF program includes
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert k.ist afforestation projects, such as
Glantz. | the million-tree park-forest sur-
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein,
e e o
SOUTH DADB JEWISH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard.
mundins Jerusalem; major land
?^' 'C.;,...'' '.".:' Sn: reclamation efforts which
Th. Vudon ol r^rosthei lUddaiah
novia: Mi and M J eepti !*'
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
643S SW 8th st. Conservative. Reb- B. Leon Hurwits.
bi Abraham Levitan. Brill.
TOR AH TEMPLE. 1254
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Caseal.
e
zamora Jewish center. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Cantor Rudolph
are
transforming the once barren re-
gions of Lachish and Addulam in-
Wesi i to productive agricultural centers;
the establishment of chains of bor-
der settlements and border forests
which are vital to Israel's security:
and th" great Huleh swamp drain-
age and development scheme now
nearing completion.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
1 ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
ITH jarrto ean en u, ^. ?** C"n,or Abraham Self.
|t. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiborsh.,1.1..., -hasoii
Csntor Maurice Mamcbes.
-w MIAMI HEBREW CONBREBA-
PTH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rdT|ON. 1101 SW 1W ave. Orthodox.
ihodo.. Rabbi Arie Backer.Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
* Kelemer.
TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. l-rlilny 6 p.m. HMurriBY S:M a.m.
m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov- s'""'"" w^kiy rru.m.
MOMTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and HI 11th owe. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Center Jacob
Goldfarfc.
Friday 1:4" |> m. Satiirt h "'
F*- WAY JEWISH CENTER.
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ICwTVaV-- Coauervethra.
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13690
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Prtdai BilS 11 I" Si wionatta Batur.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 1
Washiragten ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrmen. Cantor Is-
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NB 19th '
St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at BOth st. and Tafwm water-
way- Conservative.
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TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
The Officers of the Kntnlh Israel Conareoofion,
1415 I0CUD AVW0I MIAMI BEACH Pbenes. JE 1-2741-2
anneuRC* te the Grafur Mimmi Area
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KOCH W. STRAUS
Miami National Bank
Names Janis to Board
Harold Thunnan, president of
Miami National Bank, announced
Wednesday th<' election ol Ernest
Janii to the board ol directoi -
the bank
Jam-, a native oi New York City,
came to Miami in 1^47 where he
was i clothing manufacturer.
Since comini to Florida, Janis
has oeen one of the largest devel-
In Dade and Broward Conn-
er, active in numer-
s chariti lions He
i- a member h Ki-
wanis Club
Rabbi in Yiddish Talk
will in-
t, rpn Sayings her-"
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In Jewish Affairs
UBBRTY, N V JTA I
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lerhood work and i leader In
civic "nd bus '
here Sunday, He was
under and for
man *< r,'nc0
onCh '- Ml 9
served as
lerhood Week in I
He was alto honorary presi-
dent of the Nation*! Federat.on
of Temple Brotherhoods and a
member of the executive boards
of the Union of American He-
brew Conoreoations, the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and the
board of governors of the Israel
bond drive.
He
man ol the United Jewish Appeal
ol Greater Sew York
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Dr. Roche is director of a
Fund for the Republic Study of
"Communist Infiltration of Opin-
ion Forming Groups," for which
he and seven associate* rt pre-
paring a book to be published by
Harcourt, Brace and Company.
Prior to coming to Brandeis. Dr.
Roche was an associato proie-or
,,; Haverford Collego, where he
introductory courses in po-
htiral science, advanced political
comparative government.
and constitutional |a*
Me also h.s beer, iyiti,.]
feseor of political sti.,**3
Swerthmore College, Cen
Columbia universities, ^ '
tur., .t th, Salzburg Sem,^*
American Studies.
l>r. Roche is author ^
Early Development of in-
states Citizenship" (Cornell
and ,'The Dynamics ol Denx*
rnment.' with Murray s >
man. Jr., (McGrav, Hill, 1954!
A native ol Bi ioklyn N,
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lege and earm 1 > \\\ M^|
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Ldimir Jabotinsky
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I ho n I Statei andCan-
the grave of Vta
. jabotinsky Sunday to mark
- annivcr-ary <>f the de*h
h leader. The
I ,. sponsored by the
Zionists Revisionist.1 of
ration with the
au circle and the Brith Trum-
Betar
rrmon < ,hc New
I cemetery, 1'iiHawn, L.I.
Itabotinsky's dream flf a Jew-
1 state, open to overy Jew, was
tided and ridiculed by the
Zionist leadership, only to
tme the policy of his detrac-
ts the Jewish masses Po-
nded to the leadership of Ja-
jky," Dr. Morrit Giloni, R-
lonist executive, declared.
i a young man. Jabotinsky was
jtod journalu-.! on various Rus-
newspaperv His profession
h:m among th? persecuted
th masses ol Eastern and Cen-
Europe and awakened him to
red for a Jewish Palestine as
ne and nation for all who
claim citizenship. Jabotin-
a the founder of the World
Revisionist movement, and
|ding opponent of socialism in
tt thought
Una World w*r Jebotin-
lorganized the Jewish Legion,
fh fouqht with th* British
er Allenby in the Middle
Under the oen name of
|alena," Jabotinsky wrota
novels, the most noted of
h, "Delilah." was mad* into
ovie in the United States.
jotinsky died on Aug. 3, 1940
i York City Under the terms
stissty's will, his body could
moved lo Israel unless the
was requested by the Israeli
foment Despite the action of
Zionist Congress held in
alem last year, demanding
be government act. no auth
lion it ,i. yel l<>>-*hcoming for
I removal.
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Her grandfather was president ol
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here, which dates from 1870.
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