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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH VtltKLY
llume
31 Number 32
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 9, 1957
Price 20*
terrorist Leader Linked to Kastner Death;
Witness Unfolds Plan to Murder Ike Aide
Imperial Chemical Says
{Business as Usual' in
:ace of Arab Pressure
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMSources close to Imperial Chemical Industrie*, chief
,, of Israel's chemical import*, said Tuesday that despite recently
td heavy Arab pressures to stop operations in Israel, the com- ,
(continuing business in the Jewish State, and the Israeli branch
reason to expect a change in policy.
These sources revealed that Arab
pressure on the big chemical firm
was first applied two years ago, but
that after top level talks in Lon-
don involving Eliahu Elath. Israeli
ambassador to England, and Brit-
ish foreign office officials it was
agreed that ICI operations .should
continue unchanged.
The decision was reaffirmed
when Arab pressure was renewed
in 1955, these sources asserted.
ICI sells about eight million
pounds worth of chemicals in Is
rael annually and has a sterling in-
vestment of nearly half a million!
pounds in Haifa chemicals and fer-1
tilizers.
Israel Studies
Possible Ways
)f Retaliating
BfSAI.KM (JTA)Israel
Rigatini; the possibilities of re-
gion anjin-t the British oil
anies for their decision to
(mm sales activities in
Jewish State, it was reported
pesday in political circles.
M sources expressed the
that tin Israel Government
I legally t.ike over ownership
1 Haifa refinery plants if the
I company and the British Pe- j
Um company ceased supplying '
the Israel market without I
| obtaining an acceptable suc-
firm The refinery is own-
the (wo British oil com-
[esentment her* against the
"h withdrawal decision is
1 rtot on economic grounds,
?" reported, but rather on
[Continued on Page 2A
DAVID BIN 6UKION
...!'% role (?)
3,000 Crowd
Moscow Schul
STARTING IN THIS ISSM
The Constitution party elect-
ed Russell Maguire president at
its recent convention in Biloxi,
Miss. In his acceptance, Ma-
guire warned the nation again*t
n "invisible group of people"
whose aim it is to make "Chri*-
tien civilisation collapse." Read
about this man and hi* party
starting In today'* issue of The
Jewish Floridien, Pg. 1 B.
NEW YORK(JTA>Fifty youngs
Israelis, members of the Israel del)
egation to the World Youth Fes-
tival which is now taking place in
Moscow, attended the Sabbath ser
vices in the Moscow synagogue
last weekend and were the center
of attraction of about 3.000 Jews
who crowded the synagogue build-
ing and streets outside the build-
ing.
This was the largest crowd ever
i seeking entrance into the syna-
! gogue. The Moscow Jews, attract-
, ed by the presence of the Israeli
youths, flocked to the house of
! worship, despite "Soviet official
disapproval of Israel" and notwith
! standing the fact that "there were
a good many persons in plain
Urge Denial of Bail to
Underground Group Head
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
TF.L AVIVThe chief of Israel's intelligence service, whose name
is- being withheld. Tuesday continued his testimony on the plan of un-
derground group "Sarafand" to blow up the Soviet Embassy in Tel Aviv.
He said that the leaders of the terrorist group planned to carry out
their plot immediately after Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganian sent a
harsh letter of warning to Israel's Premier David Ben Gurion in con-
nection with the Sinai operation.
As soon as the intelligence service learned about the plot, it warned
known members of the underground group, the chief of the secret
s< i vice told the court Tuesday. He was pleading against the release
under bail of Yaacov Herouti, charged with leadership of the under-
ground movement. The prosecution asserts that Mr. Herouti is the
?head of the terrorist group that assassinated Dr. Rudolf Kastner last
March.
The intelligence official also testified that his organization knew
about underground plans to assassinate British Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd early in 195*. He also said that the intelligence service
learned about the plan* to kill Eric Johnston, President Eisenhower's
special ambassador on Middle East irrigation plans late in 1956, when
e former underground member, identified only as Elishvili, confessed
that plan.
The intelligence chief said Elishvili said he was prevented by
Continued en Page 6 A

Administration in Survey
Of Immigration Reforms
WASHINGTON(JTA)An Administration spokesman appeared
before the Senate Immigration Subcommittee this week to emphasize
the Administration's endorsement of a Senate bill under which 5.000
Jewish refugees from Egypt could find haven in this country.
Deputy Atty. Gen. William P.* --------------
Rogers, appearing before the Sen-
.
ate group at its first hearing on
the Eisenhower proposals made
clothes around to watch the pro- ^ ^^^ stressed the need to
ceedings," Daniel Schorr, Moscow
Continued on Page 11 A
lypt's Refusal to Release Israeli
ulor Hit by Ministry Spokesman
JTA-tJy Direct Teletype Wire
L*S?SAUa,-,* Government of Israel is "shocked" by the refusal of the Egyptian Government
F.t Red Cross representatives to see Raphael Eylon, Israeli sailor removed July 22 from an Israeli
[Xesd!!vl"sh "h'P JUSt Mor* sUrted P,ss"Se through the Suez Canal, a foreign ministry spokesman
here i
normalize the status of thousands
of Hungarian refugees granted
emergency entry by President
Eisenhower last winter. But, he
meanwhile made known his sup-
port of legislation introduced in
the Senate to grant sanctuary in
America to 5,000 Jews forced to
flee from Egypt.
Mr. Rogers said the broad pro-
gram requested by the President
would make clear to the world
the United State* will do it* "full
Continued on Page 7A
Seek Compensation
OSNABRUECK. West Germany
(JTA)The National Assn. of Vet-
erans of the Military SSthe Nan
elite group during the Hitler re-
gime known from its German
language initials as HIAG. has es-
tablished in this Westphalian city
a nation-wide permanent "liason
office." This office will seek to
increase and strengthen the large
number of local SS veterans groups
and to win elimination of the last
remaining instances of "legislative
discrimination" against former SS
members.
Bundestag members of all par-
Continued on Page 6 A
re '- n,. substance whateve-*
HUUa?"'"1 claim ,hat E*yP
irtLi ." ****** such v,s's ""-
nicie tlV(. 0, ,he G<,ncvji Co(j
p ""' -pokesman added.
K"n, that the Egyptian
ttl v!on i$ *'" "bi~-
y., **lman expressed le-
ft K"?* 'th# ,n,"n-
sf5,o,nd "'?* th*
a TtL Cov,rnm*" would
"* "** energetically
Continued on P^ 4A
Hitler Had it All Figured --
Assist from Lindy
LONDON Confirma-
tion of earlier reports that the
Nazis were planning a Jewish
state in Madagascar to be ruled
by a German police governor is
contained in seized German doc
uments made public here thu.
week.
The plan, described in the
documents as a means of solv-
ing the Jewish problem in Eu-
rope, is contained in n official
memorandum submitted to the
Neii Internal Affairs Ministry.
Resettlement of European Jews
in Madagascar, the memoren-
dum stated, would "prevent the
possible establishment of a Vat-
ican state of their own in Pal-
estine" in addition to holding
them "a* a pledge" in German
hands "for the future good con-
duct of the members of their
race in America."
(Nazi documents released in
Washington described Col. Char-
les Lindbergh, famed flyer of an
other age and American Firster,
as the most important of the
forces opposing the Jewish ele-
ment and the present policy of
the United States." The document
states that the "circle about Lind-
bergh" was trying "to impede
the fatal control of American pol-
icy by the Jews" and that the lone
eagle's attitude toward the can-
didacy on the Republican ticket
of the late Wendell Wilkie was
one of waiting to "see whether
Wilkie will be able to avoid the
bondage to Jewry.")




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Economic Shock Less
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JERUSALEM-iJTAl-The forthcoming withdrawal of Shell Oil
Company from sales activities in Israel, represent.ng the biggast tri-
umph to date in Arab economic warfare against -he Jewish State gave
new impetus this week to the continuing Israeli search for effective
means of combatting the Arab boycott._____________________
Serious discussion was under-
way among Israeli Government oi- A|s0 considered, in ad
iicials about the possibility of rais- acIjon th,> IN er-pres-
ing the issue of th? boycott in the >uro (gains) Irak
United Nations. The topic will be am| pUDitive action I re'8"
high on the agenda of talk~ tor
which Ambassadors Abba Eban in
the United States and Eliahu Elath
in England are coining to Israel
next month.
The losses from the boycott
were listed in two groups- One
is the added cost of bringing oil
from long distances *9 replace
oil which came from nearby
Arab fields or via the Suez Canal
oefore statehood. The other is
the direct loss of business as a
result of Arab pressures. No
figures were available for losses
from the latter category but it
is estimated that it has cost Is-
rael between 200 and 300 million
dollars to make up for the clos-
ing down of nearby il source*
and the Suez Canal blockade.
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Direct efforts to obtain the sup-
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win reversal i i the Shajl ioci>i
got nowhere this week. The Dut' h
Government rejected an EraOT re-
quest tn intervene with the
Dutch Shell group A Dutch For
eign Ministry spokesman mid
the Dutch Government i- a minor-
ity shareholder in the company
and had little influence on Shell
policii -
The decision continued f re-
verberate in the British Parlia-
ment where Government spokes-
men were the target *f sharp
questions. Under Secretary W.
D. Ormsby-Gore "explained" that
even where the British Govern-
ment holds a controlling interest
in a private enterprise, it was a
"long established policy" not to
interfere in "purely commercial"
decisions.
The '
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terests in Israel.
thi hug Hail
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up as an is
' partj
demand overwhelming!) rej
by the deputu -
Officials said the question of the
refineries had not >(i come up iii
talks with Shell officials but it was
Will Maslow. noted legal ex-
pert in field of civil rights
and civil liberties, has been
appointed director of newly-
establshed Department of
Public Affairs *>t American
Jewish Congress. Maslow,
who headed AJCongress'
Commission on Law and
Social Action horn its found-
ing in 1945 through 1956, will
also retain post as general
counsel of organization. A
graduate of Cornell Univer-
sity and Columbia Univer-
sity school of law, Maslow
was formerly director of field
operations for wartime Pres-
ident's Committee on Fair
Employment Practice.
Israel Studies
Possible Ways
Of Retalitatimj
Continued from Pecja 1 A
the damage the action may causa
politically to Israel. Un&r pres-
ent world market onditioru, ac-
cording tn Israeli exoerts, there
would be no trouble in replace-
ment of the 750,000 tons, half of
Israel's ttal annual petroleum
needs, now supplied by the Brit-
ish firms.
The effect of the withdrawal in
stimulating the Arab anti-Israel
boycott and general pan-Arab
transigance, 'taweever. would be
m
serious blow lt C((C|U
East Pacification, they.
The withdrawal. tht,-
out. inevitably wnuM .
ed by Arab rxlr
urrender to th-Arab'
cott. Israel, ,lf(lcia|$ ,
dons claim that the BraS
eminent hears no -3
the Withdrawal dcs,on3
companies.
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9. 1957
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|/y. Roosevelt Bows from 'Gentile' Hotel
a
Reservations for Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt at the Key Biacayne ho-
tel were summarily cancelled here
when officials of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter of the United Nations
Assn. discovered that hotel policy
favors accommodations for Gen-
tiles over Jews.
The Jewish Floridian learned
Wednesday that Mrs. Roosevelt
will stay at the home of her long-
time friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gordon, of Miami Beach, instead.
The fee-mar First Lady it dua
to arrive, bar* Monday and will
b* interviewed Monday evening,
9:90 p.m., on a television pro-
gram chaired by San. Harry
Cain. She will speak in behalf
of the association.
MIS. HIANOK teosfvnr
Local UN A>*n. officials had
made the Key Biscayne reserva-
tions sometime in advance. When
apprised of the hotel's policy, they
informed Mrs. Roosevelt of the
change in plank.
irband Presents Unusual Portrait
To Roosevelt Library at Hyde Park
HYPE PARK, N.Y.(JTAjA portrait of the late President Frank-
D Roosevelt, done in stone which simulates marble, was presented
e this week to the library of the President by the Farband Labor
nist Order, a fraternal organization dedicated to strengthening Jew-
life in this country and in Israel.
work was executed by
the work R.is
nuel Toker an Israeli artist.
ker ha- developed a method of
liing stone, cement and plaster
la manner that he says controls
in designs and colors of his
sing He sa> it enables him to
pamtin:- 'h;il resemble oils.
i.. neral secretary of
Farbaii.l prevented the por-
lit to the I ranklin D. Roosevelt
Vary or. behalf of his organ iza-
It cci pted by Mrs.
inkhn 11 Roosevelt, widow of
1 President.
j In his presentation addrasa,
Mai declared that "there has
Rver been a greater champion
Ir the rights of all minorities
ltd the oppressed than Frank-
D. Roosevelt." Ha ampha-
atd that the prtsantation of
p portrait is "a symbol o? the
ep and lasting friendship
Men has been forged in recant
fcers between tha people of Hie
Mtt of Israel and our beloved
Pnited States."
[The portrait which we now pre
ft to the Franklin D. Roosevelt
wary is more than a work of
U" Segal continued. "It is an ex-
ession ol love and respect for a
fit American president, by a citi-
and distinguished artist of the
Mrs. Roosevelt, who has spok-
en hero frequently for the UN
Assn., was scheduled to meat
With Officials Of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter Monday. According
h Prof. George K. Smart, pres-
ident of tha local group, she is
cancelling; these plane in order
to visit akk friend in Holly-
Miss Estelle Linzer, of New
kerf Bolk.n Chapter Moot
**Ui Veterans Program
* I Balkin chapter. B'nai
ith Women, met Tuesday at Za-
ra Jewish (enter.
Phil Kaplan, president, led
business meeting. A film on
*rans hospuals followed. Vet-
* chairman Mrs. Marvin Bloom
** on the accomplishments
'he past year at the Veterans
P'tal in Cral Gables.
young democratic State of Israel,
Shmuel Tokcr. It is altogether
fitting that the Farband Labor
Zionist Order should be the instru-
ment of this symbolic gesture.
"For tha 45 years of tha Far-
band's existence we have worked
unceasingly in behalf of streng-
thening the principles of democ-
racy and social justice in Amer-
ica, the enhancement of cultural
and community life and the es-
tablishment and support of the
State of Israel.
'In his entire career of service
to the people of the United States
and the world. President Roosevelt
exemplified the realization of our
ideals. It is our sincere hope that
in presenting this portrait to the
Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, we
may make a further contribution
to better understanding among the
free peoples of the worda goal
which our late President was a
noble example for mankind," Segal
stated.
Those who took part in the cere-
monies, in addition to Segal and
Mrs. Roosevelt, were Toker, Mrs.
Toker, Herman Kahn, director of
the library, and Harold Grubart,
treasurer, and Israel K. Goldstein,
associate treasurer of the Farband.
Egypt Charged with
Nazi-Like Measures
GENEVA (JTA> Israel accus-
ed Egypt this week of instituting
an official campaign of anti-Semit-
ism, persecution and explusion of
Jews reminiscent of the Nazi act-
ions against the Jews. The accusa-
tion was made by Dr. Menahem
Kahany, Israeli representative at
the meeting here of the United
Nations Economic and Social Coun-
cil, during a discussion of the re-
port of the UN High Commission-
er on Refugees.
Dr. Kahane declared that since
1956 "the situation of Egyptian
Jewry has gravely deteriorated al-
ter administrative measures taken
by the Egyptian Government
against them and a virulent anti-
Semitic campaign conducted
against them a campaign which
reminds us of another which took
place not so long ago on another
continent but on the same pattern
and led by the same people who
have found friendly asylum in
Egypt."
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Tuesday morning, following her
TV appearance.
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LOS ANGELESA new
study of the Jewish population of
the Los Angeles area will be laun-
ched this fall in an effort to pin-
point the rapid shifting of the com-
munity during the last six years.
The study will be undertaken by
the Research Service Bureau, an
agency of the Los Angeles Jewish
Community Council, and will be
the first since 1051, when the Jew-
ish population was estimated at
323.000. It is now believed to ex-
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Volume 31 ,Q Number 32
Friday. August 9. 1957
12 Av 5717
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by LEO MINDLIN
They Speak the Same Language
An unheralded bit of news under a Tel
Aviv dateline this week is connected with a
vast spiritual change currently taking place in
Israel.
According to the news dispatch. English
is being replaced by French as a primary for-
eign language to be studied in the Jewish
State's schools.
English has been en official language of
Palestine and of the State of Israel, with He-
brew and Arabic, ever since British conquest
cf the area in 1918.
There ere many reasons for the change.
Not the least cf these is the increasingly cool
The Battle Will be Won
The switch in Mrs. Eleanor Roopeve!: a no-
commodctions from a Miami hotel I
Gentile clientele is another exam;,
ing tide against discrimination.
Mrs. Roosevelt is due here on Monday to
speak in behalf of the United Nat:o::> Assn.
Resort discrimination is one of mc:.
cf bigotry one which is particularly significant
to the State of Florida.
That Mrs. Roosevelt will stay at the hc:r.e
cf a Miami Beach friend, instead, underwrites
her refusal to give sanction to the unchallenged
continuation of what must be regarded as c
dangerous community disecse.
Hers is a noble name lona identified with
rroaress in human relations. Both during the
lifetime of her husband and since h>s death,
Mrs. Roosevelt has devoted herself to the bet-
terment of mankind here and throughout the
-.vor'd.
Her simple honestyher easy willingness
to reruse the luxurv accommodations of a hotel
self the right to judqe men on the
^ .-^I^^^L^ ca^g7^prne7ngh.^l^^lg,at;l:n,
relations England and the United States main-
tain with the Jewish State and the closer friend-
ship France and Israel have enjoyed es-
pecially since the Sinai campaign.
Thus, Britain-centered since the opening of
the twentieth century and U.S.-centered since
partition. Israel perceptibly moves toward Paris
todcv as the symbol of her chief identification
with the West.
Much history is encompassed by these
rapidly shifting events. Briefly stated, they
include the following:
Decline of British prestige in the Middle
E.-s: a::d de:e: xration of British global diplo-
.-..-oughout the world.
D-ri.-.e of French prestige in the Mid-
i's dazed accession
:c :.-. ouch ostine and Suez
; nee the conclusion of
has fought bloodily
>China and
"
Rim : m all these
c:-- M vacuum. tied by Frcn-
co-Enghsh descent.
Increasing .de.-.;::ication of U.S. policy
in the Middle Arab leadership as
part of : ;n's pioqram to contain Com-
munism.
Tacit U.S. acceptance of Arab boycott
against Israel, as well as accession to Arab
economic blackmail measures.
Unable any longer to see her destiny in
terms of British policy, shunned by American
"neutralism," Israel today turns toward a still-
battling and far-from-out France with live in-
terest in the Middle East.
The intelligence of the choice is dictated
by America's recent betrayal of every legiti-
mate Israeli advantage resultinq from the Sinai
toward furthering the battle against bigotry.
In conjunction with such interested orqen-
:--.:ons as the Anti-Defamation League, that
.e will be won.
Immigration to the Fore
in
the Gulf of Aqaba. It is also dictated by such
machinations as the intended withdrawal of
two British oil companies from Israel in Britain's
latest surrender to the Arab League boycott.
Contrarily, France increasingly looks to Is-
rael as part of her own resuscitation efforts in
the Middle East. Whib the British are with-
Every cr.ee in a while, that old thing called drawing the;r oil interests. France is consid-
American conscience' pushes to the fore one erincJ construction of a aigantic pipeline from
cf the thorniest issues of our timeimmigration. Elath s c by-pass of Nasser's nationalized
While immigration here has always been Suez Canal.
the result of political and reliqious pressures wrle the U.S. refuses again and aqain
cganst minorities abroad, as well as of eco- arTns '- Israel in the face of Soviet shiD-
nomic oppression, at no other time prior to the me'^ a. s.nr-r.^ines and jets to EavDt FranrP
rise of Hitler in Germany has the search lor replies w.- ej her own ^JK'
entry into the United Stales been so urgent. "&* a:ze. and France speak the same
Hefugees displaced persons these are spiritual language more and more The nPn
5? Cure, e hTan traqedv since World S,,ep Was one ,aken by Israel's schools
War II. If America has reckoned with them by ,his week.
fewer numbers, she has been racked by a
larger conscience for her failure.
The McCarran-Walter Immigration- Act, an
arch conservative alternative to the original
national origins quota law. was mitigated by
President Eisenhower's 1953 Refuqee Relief Act
to allow the immigration here of 214,000 per-
sons above the fiaure provided for by McCar-
ran-Walter through 1956.
Bogged down in political red tape, the vic-
tim of McCarthy-type Communist investiqa-
tions. the Relief Act hardly staqgered to ex-
piration when the Hunqarian Revolution last
November let loose an unprecedented flood of
requests for admission of new political exiles
r.ere.
pe inertia of the corruption-ridden Relief
Act brought it to a quiet if ianominious death"
but thousands of Hunqarians found their way
to American haven by virtue of the President's
personal magnanimity."
No less pressinq in their search for haven
here are thousands of Jews fleeing from Nas-
sers Hitler-like campaign against them De-
TX? X^t3 announced Pln to rid Egypt
c its 50.000 Jews-many of them generations-
long residents there-this nation late in 1958
raised the dictator back onto his thrown from
the ashes of his defeat in Sinai and lend, a deaf
ear to Ae Egyptian Jewish entreaty for Amer-
ican refuge.
Lit no om^T*
no one say that Cta^'
to heed the Pres,dit
cent bills, aid to MuJ
civit hgh,.,,; c2r?
Berth were beautify u^
the Administration', g
Both were excellent
points for numerous Congressional candidates On aid to i
and civil rights, men of every political opinion could exalt tt_
and their careers Northerners could lay their liberal a^i
strip tor all to see their hearts of purest intention SottthtanJ
pronounce the gobhledygook generally characteristic of sugqi
semantics with such choice phrases as "constitutional
-individual rights" and the like.
After the talk, the professional wound and fury, can*
Intentional defeat tempered by Judicious smoke screens behind
Congress and the President pointed at one another as being
alls at fault. Cleansed, the President turned to golf an(j q,,
lo the people, who subsequently heard individual senators and i
sentatives vow that they had toed the line. Surely, someonei
down these measures; someone must have said "no '
THl fKJIOH Of A SOUO AMtMCAN rtOhW
IT IS DIFFICULT to ascertain who said "no" in the wake el
about the "spirit of compromise." This means that ,
bigots and Northern spiritual cripples joined hands to dcmoniuj]
solid American front." There is no point here in running donr
; l Not even the purest of the Wayne Morse 'Dent-On.)
have clean haodi In the subjugation of these two bills. Comptw,
became log-rolling in the dirtiest political sense, with AmencaW
moeracy bleeding in copious spurts one of this nation't iinalr1
at human freedom.
Such stultifying concepts as a "solid American front" inc
h betraj a native type of fascism, which brook no alternatives
To be genuinel) expressive when expression rips the artificial .
supposedl) prevalent balial li to l>c seditious T nformuhj
in IS unity lies strength-strength which had best
challenged.
But challenged by whom? Challenged, of < irse, by
races elsewhere, who detect in our "unity" it- < ial medii
H is i" these races not to the American Negro that the
. i addressed himself Ix-t there be no mistake here. .
his states right counterpart, th? American Negro truly believes a]
ultimate triumph of justice through constitutional government;ov
he could not long tolerate the inhumanity heaped upon hua.1
His reaction to the defeat of the bills assured, he wat thu> iflJ
for larger game. Did the states Tighter achieve his purpose? Hal
impraiacd colored races ataawtnarl with the success of his
chauvinism here'' I strongly doubt it. But while ultimata
alone, can answer the-e questions, the fact remains that pres
America stands once again besmirched.
NO BY CRACKY INTH'ffffNCE HIAU
THE SCHOOL BILL was. of course, defeated on the basil of off
' lion In civil right- programs. Presumably, federal aid to(
tion would fill in the frightfully widening gap between classroom I
and existing facilities The President was on record as supporunjj
bill. Long before the last campaign, Mr. Eisenhower sponsofl
White House conference in this regard, with hundreds of th<
ol school marm" ladies supporting him and many of them
off to Washington to participate directly in the pnteeediflgl
If this sounds bitter, it If. meant to be. For the ladies staj
Uiusiaaticalrj almost freneticallyunderwrote his conferenceuij
candidacy may now sit hack in anguish and contemplate the lessr
il) fashion in which he betrayed their highest purpose No one,I
even the President's most vocal defenders, will deny that he
irately let the school bill diethat he refused to campaign forJ
i apitol Hill and that Congress took his lead to send it down toi
While Presidential and Congressional motivation in this
was dearly dissimilar, in the larger sense the bill's defeat repn
I victory for the bigots who fly the states right banner To tabeJi
absurd Powell Amendment as the single culprit is to beg mnr**
damental issues What it comes down to is this: if. by cracrj.*
are tOOM states that wish to maintain their blissful level of'
tional ignorance, no federal government is going to tell tnem. i
crack] what to do.
Especially, will no federal government by cracky 'n,rrft'"
aid to education is* by cracky predicated on accession to the SUf"
Court ruling on segregation.
NO Mawon Of HU OTTU m*UH
/t oiNcrtotrs MfmmoH or oi/nociacr
THE CIVIL RIGHTS bill is infinitely more complex in its mm?
IfkaUona Suffice it to say that such noble permas *'
Richard Russell iDem.-Ga.) threatened the nation at large *"n **"
Molence in the event it passed The bill would have meant com*
charges tor violators of federal integration orders, as well
emphasized guarantees to Negroes of their voting privilege.
Such unAmencan thingssince tempered by the S*"""'^
vote tor a vitiating -trial by jury" amendment-have beeri i
efforis ,o stultify constitutional government in order to n'^.lj
*ure and hate groups Well, the states fighters can be tnt{*-
they successfully undid these efforts. Sen. Russell can be e Krateful | JUst don't quite see how his sUte would wag* "
battle on (feorgia The defeat, in the final analysis, was hasten"d by ,te'^-J
who neither understood the bill he vowed to ttpport rror *W*TJg
bin he frankly admitted to newsmen baffled and theretore borw-|
mus. what emerges is a p.cture of two hot potatoe- .lussglea "T
L*.Pk Hl" and tbe Wh,,e He-neither minding burned hno>
now refusing the embarrassment of burning faces. ^m
Rut th embarrassment will ever be with u< States^ni-|
semantics ran outdo Dr Korzybaki until language becomes tn* rj
<; mtegrat.,1 nonaerm, that,Everyday by cSckT talk TteftJ^J
; "'" "<"h el us beheves democU to be that which c **^
Z 0urw,mW "' Personal perfection- replete with %&
jud c s t hKh Qur p,.^,^,,,^,^ heir wh. tnc bigot -|
cxpres'',! 1,!""Krj,> PlaU ,0 P"Jdices as a mark <*'
R,>tKTh*' Wh"' Hou* (,,d nt rout the bigot; neither did >*<;<**


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
The Other Side is Far Brighter
Lre
Ann Dynner, of Coral Gables (second from left) is ofl
el as one of these winners of David Petegorsky scholar-
award Competition was sponsored by Women's Division
eiican Jewish Congress. Group left New York on El Al
i: for six week, all-expense-paid vacation-study tour.
re students at various colleges throughout United States.
For the last two weeks, every
Jt-wish periodical carried an article
relating the incident of discrimin-
ation shown to Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg by several motels in the
Pompano Beach area. (The Jewish
Flondian originally reported the
story July 12.-Ed.)
We realize that plenty are the
bigots who practice intolerance,
and it is incumbent upon us to be
vigilant and stand guard to protect
the basic principles of our democ-
racy which we cherish so dearly.
At the same time I wish to re-
veal the other side of the ledger.
filled with personal happy experi-
ences which will demonstrate to
American Jewry the great strides
and progress that is being made in
the very same community in the
sphere of brotherliness and good
will.
I was privileged to organize the
Jewish families of Pompano into a
conservative congregationTemple
Sholom. The first general meeting
was held at the City Hall, and I
addressed an audience of approx-
imately KKJ from the mayor's ros-
trum. *
My son. Nathan Aaron, was en-
gaged to occupy the pulpit for the
ensuing High Holy Days. A com-
ixed Seating Fracas Goes to La. High Court
lOrthodox Chevra Thillim Synagogue here, planned this week to
I to the State Supreme Court lor a writ f cortiorari which would
rt effect of holding up a temporary injunction against mixed
iitued earlier this week in civil district court by Judge Frank
The higher court will be asked to accept jurisdiction in the
ie Stitch issued his injunc-i
ttter eight 'toys of hearing]
|ent by both sides for and
.mixed seating. In a 15-page
he said he had accepted
Iciun in the case because "a
irii donation was shown to
court pointed out that
case belongs to a class,
lly rare in our courts, in-
ps a religious controversy,
ordinarily, courts will
ess upon questions involv-
kclesastical matters unless
and donation, a civil right,
polved."
plaintiffs had contended
lie only i--uo for detcrmin-
Profs Will
rive at U of M
Unhrersit) of Miami will
) faculty mem-
|r September, Dr. C. Doren
.1 M trici president and dean
pities, announced Wedncs-
WUI fill posts created to
ol I'M'i growing stu-
iriy. Others will replace pro-
*ho have idired or re-
ation by the court was whether the
practice of mixed or family seating
was "contrary to and inconsistent
with the 'orthodox Polish Jewish
ritual' and 'Jewish worship accord-
ing to the strict ancient and orth-
odox forms and ceremonies,' and
therefore in violation of the trust
and donation imposed by Benjamin
W ORLEANS(JTA)Advocates of mixed seating in the for-1 Rosenberg," and the donation of
the Uptown Site and Building
Fund, and the charter of the con-
gregation.
The defendants had argued that
the board of directors had the legal
right to institute family seating
without a two-third vote or any i
vote of the congregation. If a vote >
was necessary, the defendants con-
tended, it required only two-thirds
of the membership present and |
voting at a meeting.
Judge Stitch ruled that mixed
seating was contrary to the ob-
jects and purposes for which the
congregation had been organized
of
I imont the new faculty
t. Jean Pajus, visiting pro
it: Dr Vergil
visiting lecturer in gov-
t- Dr. Sania Hamady. as-
profess ol human rela
l;r Arthur (, Keenan, as-
' Professor of chemistry; Dr.
tant professor
"nd Dr. John C. Ward,
1 profess i- of physics.
JWV Delegation
Off to Convention
Harry H. Cohen, Department of
Florida commander, Jewish War
Veterans, and William Bender, na-
tional executive committeeman.
will head a JWV delegation leavifig
here Friday for the 62nd national
convention of the organization
meeting Aug. 13 through 16 in Bos-
ton, Mass.
While in Boston, Cohen and Ben-
der will present keys to both the
mayor of Boston and the governor
of Massachusetts from the mayors
of Miami and Miami Beach.
Victor B. Freedman. of BrowarJ
County Post 613, Hollywood, is a
candidate for the office of national
vice commander.
and the conditions of the dona-
tion of Benjamin Rosenberg for
the original building and the up-
town site and building fund for
the new edifice.
The evidence showed. Judge
Stitch held, that the practice of
separate seating had been in ef-
fect since the congregation was
founded in 1887 and that since
mixed seating is in violation of
Orthodox Polish Jewish ritual and
ancient Orthodox forms and cere-
mony, its institution would violate
the trust imposed by Mr. Rosen-
berg.
The injunction had been sought
by a minority group in the congre-
gation after a majority had voted
for mixed seating. The court held,
however, that this majority vote
was not a compliance with the
charter which required a two-third
vote of the entire membership in
good standing.
Unconventional!
mittee of Temple Sholom, headed
by Dr. Samuel Tobin, interviewed
my son, and this interview, para-
doxically enough, was held in the
chapel of the Holy Cross Catholic
Hospital, and when he chanted
some prayers the priest and nuns
walked to and fro and concluded
every sentence with "Amen."
Due credit is to be given to this
new Jewish community that has
created already "so much good will
that warrants the respect of the
general community to such acts of
generosity that many contributions
were presented voluntarily, and
the Baptist Church has extended
the hospitality of their sanctuary
as a meeting place for Temple Sho-
lom for the High Holy Days. -j
I'm certain that with such a
spirit of cooperation and good will.
every trace of bigotry and discrim-
ination will be eradicated from
that area in the very near future.
RABBI SAMUEL S. LERER
Temple Beth Sholom
Hollywood.
To Bowl Tuesday
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center will bowl Tuesday evening
at the Interama Alleys.
A street in Princeton, N.J.. has
been named in honor of late
Prof. Albert Einstain. One-
quarter mile street, named
Einstein dr.. is located in new
housing development near
Institute for Advanced Study
where Dr. Einstein worked
from 1933 to 1955 when he
died.(JTA).
Flora/ Arrangements Dae
Next regular meeting of the I. R.
Goodman group of Hadassah will
take place Wednesday evening at
the Lincoln Lane restaurant. Pro-
gram will be presented by Pansy,
of "Pansy Flowers, wno will por
tray floral arrangements both in
this country and in Israel.
AL LEIBERT
If it's laughter you're after.
"Leave it to Leibcrt." Light,
bright morning show with
music, news, weather, time!
7 to 10 on 710
every weekday morning
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RABBI STERN HAIIS
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KOSHER MEAT MARKET Located
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Rev. Lioa Gewirtz wall known
throughout thie area for hit opera-
tion of the "Glat Koahrr" flim.ii
Hotel, together with hia ton ia now
operating tha kother meat market
at 737 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, formerly operated by David
Whitman.
Rev. Cewirtz. a member of Beth
Jacob and Beth Tfilah Congrega-
tiona. announcea that hia market
will operate under the atrict super-
vieion of tha United Vaad with the
higheat atandarda of Kaahruth
maintained.
The market will offer the finest
quality of meata and poultry and
free delivery service.
Gewirtz Kosher Market
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BB launches Project for Aged Here -31 =SS
A seven-state Bnai B'rith team'
of committee members from W ssn-
ington, DC. through Georgia and.
Florida has been named to launch
Bnai B'rith District 5s new pro
jects for the aged, district presi-
dent E. Albert Plllot said Wed
nc-day.
Heading the team are chairman
Michael Sossin, operating director
,,f the Blackstone Ket.ree hotel,
and co-chairman A. B Kapplin.
Washington. D.C., resident.
Sossin is former president of
Miami Beach Lodge. Kapplin is
widely-known in national B'nai
B'rith for his work on the Ser-
vice Committee for Armed For-
ces and Veterans.
Soisin and Kapplin will derek*
the newly-formed Commission on
Z Aging created at the District
5 convention held in Miami B
in June The sToop's Immediate
objectives are Da) Centers
Employment Centers for senioi
citizens.
prirst iteps will explore comntun-
ices to the eld<
until Eylon was released from
arbitrary imprisonment."
It was noted that the Israel Gov-
ernment ha- actually limited those
efforts to urging a Red Crosa in-
*""< ion and m,,_
tations to 1-n.ted nS',
General Dag Ham,
This attitude, ,t
waa in line with th.
lence" adopted for mo*
rael-Arab di-pute ^W
*n
Department of Defense awards certificate and pennant to
M.ami Beach Federal Savinqs and Loan Assn., for coopera-
tion with its military reserve program. Left to riqht are execu-
tive vice president Samuel R. Becker; Tony Caruso and Irene
Anthonsen, reservists; and Cmdr. Claude C. Schmidt.
Defense Dept. Cites Beach Loan Assn.
- m R. Becker, executive vice
pn -ident of the Miami Beach I
era! Saving- and I/)an Assn this
week accepted an award and cita-
tion on behah of the association
the Department of Defense
at the monthly Navy Ix-ague lunch-
eon at the Saxony hotel
The pennant was presented by
( : Ir Claude C. Schmidt, execu-
Czechs to Stage
Trial of Jews
JERUSALEMJJTA)The Com
munist Government of Czechoslo-
1 1- preparing a public trial oi
up of Czechoslovak Jewi-h
leaders, including Rabbi Farkas,
1 : rabbi ol Bratislava, according
t< nformation received here this
v. 1 k
[he reports reveal that during
month ol ch authori-
arrested 27 Jewish leaders and
..I'd them with "Zionisl
Recently several were re-
ed, but th< ler will be
on trial.
ti\e officer "i the Naval Air Re-
serve Training lint
Department of Defense orders
rited Miami Beach Federal for
its effective support of the re-
serve program, "giving tangible
evidence of the appreciation of
the Department f Defense to
those civilian organizations which
are rendering outstanding co-
operation t-i reservists and re-
serve activities."
Two staff members of the ao-
ciation were present with Becker
to accept the pennant: Irene An-
thonsen, ni the Marine Reserve
Women's Unit, and Tony Caruso,
also a reserve member. A third'
member. Jack Orwig, w.i- on re-
serve maneuvers in another stale.
Cmdr. Schmidt presented the
pennant and citation in the name
of the Secretarj ol Defense and
I Miami Beach Federal for
"it- broad understanding and far-
sightedness in permitting its stall
member- to take the time
tary for their military reserve
training duties."
French to Replace
English in Israel
TEL aviv JTA1 The i
language will replace English as
the primary foreign language
studied in the schools of Israel, it
nnounced here at the ground
breaking ceremony thi- wek tor
the first French seconder) school
in Tel Avh
lish has been an official
language ol Palestine and ol the
State ol Israel with Hebrew and
Arabic ever since the British eon-
quest oi the area In 1918 n was
dropped as .1" official lain
last year, leaving Hebrew and v 1
bk .1- the official languages ol the
country.
The new school is being estab-
lished here by the Alliance Is-
raelite Universelle in coopera-
tion with the Tel Aviv munici-
pality. At this school, French
Ambassador Pierre Gilbert told
the audience at the groundbreak-
ing ceremony, 1,200 pupils "will
drink from the rich, French cul-
tural wells."
Mayor ChaJm Levanon, a speaker
at the ceremonies, spoke wannlj
of French Israel relationships, de-
daring French Israel friendship
did not -tart with the Sinai oper- i
ation last year but many years ago
when the Alliance established the
first agricultural school at Mikve
Israel and public schools in other
Jewish centers in Palestine.
Terrorist is Linked to Kastner Death
Continued from Pee 1A
Iferouti from sending a hombtrap to then Prime Minister Mo>bt!
Police contacted all persons who had been convicted of
-hip m the "Sarafand" underground group who were known*-
active and warned them that all of their plans were known, tat|
. chief testified.
He asserted that release of Herouti would be a public
since he might seek to carry out the thwarted plot. He tlM 1
that Premier Ben Gurion had been ashed tp involve anti-t
ulations permitting arrests o* underground members withe*),
orders.
The request had been made because the Intelligence service!
1, galistic evidence for such arrests..but the reqoest *,15 rejected
Premier, the official testified.
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Norway Riled by Bonn Reparations Stand

cun Jacob K. Javits (center) of New York, is shown in hud-
\vnderinq plight of Egyptian Jewish expellees, with Mur-
I Gurfein (right), president of United H>as Service, world-
rip Tewish migration agency, and Abner Bregman. chairman
I ae-cv's executive committee. Sen. Javits has called on
B to take emergency measures, "such as have been invoked
L^e Hungarian refugees," to admit "a fair share of Egypt-
expellees to this country."_________________
KERRELL TO ADDRESS MIAMI BEACH BB LODGE
3. Chit Herrell will be
,,>r ;ii a luncheon meet-
| imi Beach Bnai B'nth
Belue-rlay noon at the DiLido
R(p Herrell will report on
he 1957 session of the legislature.
A question and answer period will
follow his talk. Gershon S. Miller
is chairman of the weekly lunch-
eons.
BONN(JTA)In a strongly-worded note delivered to the West
German Foreign Office here Wednesday, the Norwegian Government
rejected a West German reaction to an earlier bid by eight European
countries for expansion of the scope of German indemnification legis-
lation.
The eight countries asked that Bonn indemnification be extended to
cover Nazi victims who were
neither citizens nor residents of
Nazi Germany. The German reply,
said the Norwegian note, "cannot
be considered a basis for discus-
sions and constitutes an affront"
to former Norwegian prisoners of
Nazi Germany.
More than a year ago, the Gov-
ernments of the United King-
dom, Franco, Denmark, Norway,
Belgium, Holland, Luxemburg,
and Greece pointed out to the
Bonn Government that many of
their nationals or residents had
been persecuted by the Nazi re-
gime on racial, religious or polit-
ical grounds. They proposed that
representatives of their coun-
tries and from the Federal Re-
public form an intergovernmen-
tal committee to examine means
of providing adequate compen-
sation for victims of Nazism ex-
cluded from Bonn indemnifica-
tion benefits.
This plan was rejected last Feb-
ruary by the West German Foreign
office, a rejection which in general
covered any extension of benefits.
Willingness to participate in dis-
cussions was specifically limited to
"charitable measures" for aiding
indigent and needy Nazi victims
now outside the Bonn compensa-
tion framework.
\eikh Played Footsie With Nazis
Administration Airs
immigration Aid
Continued from Page 1 A
share in granting asylum to vic-
tims of persecution and oppres-
sion." He said the proposed
changes would make "much
needed improvements" in the
McCarran Walter Immigration
Act. The Administration "strong-
ly feels" there should be perma-
nent legislation to cooe with
problems of refugees and es-
he stated.
This West German rebuff was
received with anqry remon-
strances in Holland and Norway
last month. The Oslo newspaper,
"Arbelderbladet," indicated that
the eight countries were engaged
in an exchange of views on the
formulation of a new note with
special attention to finding n
agreed definition of those cate-
gories of Neii victims for whom
compensation was being demand-
ed.
The Norwegian note urged that
a speedy solution be found for
compensation of Nazi victims who
do not benefit from the present
West German indemnification
laws. It was also reported that
the Dutch Government at the Ha-
gue was drafting a new note to the
Bonn Government rejecting West
German proposals of unofficial
payments to claimants, using mon-
ey from private or semi-official
| funds. The new note, it was re-
i ported, will describe such propos-
! als as unsatisfactory and as an of-
1 fense to the victims.
Unpredictable!
By .MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
Washington
jjaudi Arabian King Saud's Sec-
tary "i SUti h i- been revealed
, ii German archives to
\>t tun a leader of a pro-Nazi
ah o llaboration committee. He
(sheikh Yusaf Yasin who this
L < Mained renewed agree-
tnt 11 Washington to the bar-
b m American personnel of
>h faith from the U.S. Air
he bate at Dhahran, Saudi
bu
sfarrh of previously secret
fcrmin documents captured by
( S. Army in Berlin reveals
Imprr.nrandum on Arab collab-
aticm with Hitler. It was sub-
pttwl in the German Foreign
m-tr. on August 27, 1940, by
pi Minister Fritz Grobba. The
iKirinrluni pertains to negoti-
lons with Hitler's leading Arab
Ippirvr. the so-called "Grand
pfli." Haj Amin el Husseini.
Not enly does the document
tipos* the membership of the
iretent Saudi Arabian official
In the Arab committee for pro-
Nii collaboration but it shows
hat the currant President of
Kyria was alto a member. He is
Ihukri Kuwatli.
IA the German rec-
Wv the (irand Mufti. Sheikh
Bvuf Kuwatli. and others work-
with me Nazis against the
1 backed the pro Hit-
1 H. -hid Ali al-Gailani
| Iraq A general uprising" in
' envisaged. Ar-
|ngem(Ms were discussed for
! munitiona through
Axis channels for use against the
British forces and Jewish inhab-
itanta.
At the time he represented
Saudi Arabia on the pro-German
"Committee of Collaboration" un-
der the chairmanship of the
Grand Mufti. Sheikh Yusuf was
private secretary' to the present
King Saud's father. Today Sheikh
Yusuf continues his interest in
the "Jewish problem" by seeking
to persuade Secretary of State
Dulles to keep Israeli shipping
out of the Gulf of Aqaba.
Although the world-wide Naxi
movement was thought to have
collapsed with the fall of Ger-
many in 1*45, Arabs organized
by the Hitler apparatus are still
striving to complete the Naxi
blueprint against world Jewry.
Syrian President Kuwatli is to-
day collaborating with another
totalitarianism Communism.
The German records raise seri-
ous questions about the relia-
bility of the Arabs as friends of
Western democracy.
An August 20, 1940 directive
from the German Foreign Minis-
try to its ambassadors abroad
reported that "leading Arab per-
sonalities haveP recent times
repeatedly approached our for-
eign missions" to advance collab-
oration and collusion. Berlin rec-
ommended that the Arabs be as-
sured of "Germany's full sym-
pathy in their people's fight for
liberation." German propagan-
dists were instructed to cham-
pion the "liberation of the Arab
world from imperialism."
Today the Soviet Union is op-
erating under almost precisely
the same strategy in its campaign
of collusion with Arab extrem-
ists The Soviet goal is the same
pj Hitler's. Domination of the
Middle East is seen by Khrush-
chev as stratgically vital.
One "top secret" document
revealed that in 1940 n agree-
ment en Palestine was formu-
lated. In It "Germany and Italy
recognize the right of the Arab
countries to solve the question
of the Jewish elements in Pal-
estine and the other Arab coun-
tries in a manner that eon-
forms to the notional and eth-
nic interests of the Arabs, and
to the solution of the Jewish
question in the countries of
Germany and Italy."
On August 6, 1940. Franz von
Papen, German Ambassador in
Turkey, cabled Berlin of his
meeting with the Grand Mufti.
The cable made known that the
pro-Nazi Arab clique that includ-
ed the present Saudi Arabian
Secretary of State wished to co-
operate with Hitler by organiz-
ing a revolt in Palestine. Von
Papen reported that an under-
standing was reached with Saudi
Arabia on the removal of pro-
British King Abdullah of Trans-
jordan and the annexation of that
territory to Palestine.
The Grand Mufti wrote Hitler
on June 21. 1940. that Arab Pal-
estine which had been "fight
ing the democracies and interna
tional Jewry, is ready at any time
to assume an active role" in col-
lusion with Germany.
Sen. Everett Dirksen. Illinois Re-
publican, told Mr. Rogers that
while he supported the Eisenhower
program, it was actually useless
to expect action on the full pro-
gram this late in the present ses
sion of Congress.
The Administration is support-
ing a bill introduced by Sen. Clif-
ford Case, New Jersey Republican,
to bring in 5.000 Egyptian Jews.
But it is known in informed quar-
ters that senators of both parties
who desire special relief for the
Egyptian Jews have tacitly rallied
behind a similar bill introduced by
Sen. John F. Kennedy. Democrat
of Massachusetts. _____
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thmugl on Israel's complaint Official c.rclos
nt Svria for threats by the Lean'- decision
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, However. Israel h
t, sted the decision and has inform- full c
. COI. Lean that it cannot
and threat- ot IffWiN
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Leary has no authority to refuse
to investigate any complaint put
befora him. and it was under-
lined that nearly 100 complaints
Col. Leary tnat it cannot aci-cfi *"*"
have been submitted by both
sides under tha terms of Artkle
1 and that in at least seven cases
the truce machinery has handed
down decisions under this
clause.
UN assistance.
The Israeli crcles lnd
i intensive effort .in w. *
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was further stated that Israel SecreiaryVen'eral Dag^^
that different standards have j0|<| may be asked to act!
been applied to Syria and to Israel matter, it was indicated.
an intensive effort will km*
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[omfort Ye/ the Werd
If Isaiah, Was Not Scorn
By RABBI
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Morth Short Jewish Center
hi. Sabbath, following,the fast
n{ Tish.. BAv. is known a*
. sabbath of Consolation. It
name from the Praph
I portion which is read at the
Ibath services and is taken
,i the prophecy of Isaiah. The
pter which begins with the
Jtwarming words, "Comfort
comfort ye my people" is one
^hc mn-t inspired and inspir-
portions of the Book of
Bh
lollowing the spirit of Tisha
Iv and the mournful dirge of
Imiah in the word* of Eehah.
I words ol Isaiah "Comfort
IComfort >' my people" is
i I aim. To the Jew
recall- and remembers the
y the destruction of the
hple. re-enacts the tragedy by
line, thr words of Isaiah
|mfort ye, Comfort ye my peo-
arc the sweet words of
^olatmn which bear an eternal
i : redemption. There is
Ircat deal more, however, to
1 prophecy of Isaiah than the
I opening word:"Comfort ye,
bfort ye." These two words
I but the lieeinning of a pro-
UnDUUGHTING T//ME
12 Av 6:39 pan.
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found message which Isaiah gives
to his people. They are like the
coda of a symphony introducing
profound statements and re-state-
ments of the Jewish concept, of
life and its meaning.
It is in this prophecy that
Isaiah sets forth in poetic forms
the concept of the indestructibil-
ity of the spirit.
On this Sabbath day. in all syn-
agogues where Jews are gathered
to celebrate the Sabbath of Con-
solation, the words will be chant-
ed as Isaiah wanted them pro-
claimed:
am neah 11 grass.
Purely the -!- Is araa*
The sraaa Ithen iii the
i (.hi. i h
Bui lh< '''I .....;,"l
hall u-.ii'i (oiever.
What strange words of eonao-
lation arc these! Imagine comfort
ing people with the words that all
flesh is grass: that the people is
grass thereby foretelling the
doom of all men of flesh, for as
the grass fadeth so shall man.
Chaim Nachman Bialik. the
master singer of modern Hebrew
poetry, used these very words u
an epitaph to his people living
in the Polish and Russian exile
and forgetting the creative He-
brew and Jewish culture. Bialik
calls out with scorn: The people
is grassit is lifelessit is in-
active. What hope can there be
for my people, he asks, conclud-
ing: "Will the dead awaken? Will
the dead be moved?"
Isaiah's message to his people
was not intended as scorn. He.
too. as does Bialik after him, rec-
ognizes perhaps fatalistically, the
the spirit. No matter how big we
grow or how much power we at-
tain, we are but flesh and bones
and all flesh is like grass. The
good in us is in the God in us.
Heinrich Heine, the well known
German-Jewish poet, was bed-rid-
den the last eight years of his
life with a dreaded disease that
had paralyzed his entire body. He
consoled himself with an analogy
of the destruction of the Temple.
He stales. "The Jews may console
themselves for having lost Jeru-
salem and the Temple and the
Ark of the Covenant and the
Golden Vessels and the precious
things of Solomon. Such a loss
is merely insignificant in com-
parison with the Biblethe im-
perishable treasure which they
have rescued."
As we trace the history of the
Jews, we may well characterize it
as the history of one Tisha B Av
folowing upon another; one trag-
edy following another; one ex-
pulsion following another. What
is it that allowed the Jews to
continue to createto be produc-
tive? It is the lesson Isaiah taught
them when he comforted them
and said to them: All flesh is
grass, all grass withers, but the
spirit of God is imperishable. Tne
Jews in their long wandering
were a part of the great spirit
of the Divine. It is this spirit
that made the Jewish people an
Eternal People ...
All fle-h I* n-
Barely Ihe people Ik gram
Th- K's* Ith.rethlh-
flnwer fadeth
Bel ih.- word at our ''
.hall Hiatnl forever. ___
Kill M/fr AMAMOWrrz'
. consolation in permanence
B'nai B'rith Slates Institute Aug. 11-14
fragile nature of man's physical
existence. He too accepts, per
haps with resignation, that man
is but flesh and bones. True, he
sayi the flesh is like grass and
that it will fade. But he does not
stop here. The brevity of man's
existence on earth does not
frighten him. His consolation,
his comfort lies not in the flesh >
of man but in that which is perm-1
nnent. enduring, lasting and in-
destructiblethe spirit of Cod
Isaiah's menage of consolation
to his people consists of a re-eval-
uation of life's meaning. There
i>. more to life, he proclaims, than
the flesh itself. The word of God
opens the horizons of indestruc-
tibilit to the world of Man.
Characteristically. Isaiah then
turns to Zion and proclaims Je-
rusalem, though lying in a state
of desolation, shall yet call to its
children in Judea and say Be-
hold, here is our God. This is
Isaiah's way of saying that as
long as Jerusalem can recognize
the word of God. she cannot be
considered destroyed. _
We often speak of the inde-
structibility of matter. We would
do well to give as much atten-
tion, at least, to the Isaianic con-
cept of the indestructibility of
Are intermarriages between!
Jews and Christians increasing?
What does the future hold for the
continued growth of Jewish cul-
ture in America? Is there a Jew-
ish religious revival?
These questions and others deal-
ing with the American Jewish com-
munity will be probed at the sev-
enth annual B'nai B'rith Institute
of Judaism to be held Aug. 11 to
14 for the Tennessee. Arkansas.
Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana
area.
The adult education sessions
will be held at scenic Stafford
Springs, Miss. The participants
I will attend a series of lectures
by outstanding American Jewish
1 scholars and will take part in dis-
cussions on a wide variety of
! Jewish topics.
Three widely-known authorities
on th? Jewish scene will act as
the institute's faculty. They are:
Dr. Sol Liptzin. professor of com-
parative literature and chairman
of the Department of Germanic
and Slavic Languages at the City
College of New York, and author
of many books on European liter-
ature and Yiddish writers.
Marvin Lowerfthal. professor of
literature at Brandeis l.'nlver-ity
and author of numerous books on
Jewish history and personalities
Dr. Meyer Waxman, profes r
emeritus of Jewish literature and
philosophy at the Hebrew Theo-
logical College and College of Jew-
ish Studies of Chicago and author
nf the four-volume "History of
Jewish Literature."
Dr. Liptiin will talk on unity
in the American Jowish commun-
ity, the problem of intermarriage
reflected in Jewish literature,
and the outlook for survival Of
the Yiddish language.
The adult education institute i-
part of a series of 20 such sessi'ms
being sponsored by B'nai B'ri'n
throughout the United State-
Canada during this summer. It is
part of the organization's year-
round adult education program
Chairman of the institute at Staf-
ford Springs is Emile GrosstMrt, of
Memphis. Tenn. Regional chair-
man for institutes sponsored by
B'nai B'rith District Seven is Dr.
Morris Polsky, of Austin. Tex


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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.l ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
1101 S. Andrews eve., Ft. Lauder i 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
Jala. Reform. Rabbi Maries Ran- i ton Malavsky.
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son.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
ft. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Sri
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative,
o o a
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
th st.. Homestead. Conservative.
Mnrris Gerts officiates.
o o o
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1*45 Polk St.. Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Mlnard Klein.
a a a
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rebbi Somuel Lerer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
1030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ova. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
Krlrfav 1 l' i" Satni'l.iv v:;u a.m.
Sabbath 'i Coeeotatlon services. Ser-
in..n: Th. Jt-wlah IX-claiatlon of
Faith."
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berelo
Kelemer.
tlldey I'"' ShIiimI.iv S:30 a.m.
n \\,, ki\ Port Ion."
e e a
MONTICELLO PARK. 1*4th st.
ltd NE 11th ove. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Canter Jacob
Goldfarb.
I i i.ia% t II u in "antoi .1.....b lold
furl. I., offl. late Katur.lav : m liar
Miliuili: Pater, i>n ..f Mr. and BH
Mac Laoaer.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13o30
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
(inlay 7:1" pi" .salmclv 9 a.in
>,,, hftuvah: Ittrr, aoe si Mr. aisd.araW U. ofrfclau. Inf.....,..i dtoetM
Hn Bernard Welthom. fen nmrnm.^ f #
NORTH SHORE CE*NTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Saturea) IMS a m Bai i""" wi..ii -
New i nili' Dead Sea Scroll I iuj
Cant, i] Bill la <'-i IK i Ronald ;..''.
jimi'ii ponsreaatlon member, ni lead
I main i oni satlon la lbs atusaal M -
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SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard.
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SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
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Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
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Washington ave. Conservative.
Rebbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor l
reel Reich.
Kridat I 'll p.m Baturdaj 9 a.m.
erimon "Weeih Portion."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rebbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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p .in
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ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
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erected at 80th st. and Tatum water-
way. Conservative.
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131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Ra-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.

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st. Conservative. P.abbl, Alfred
Waxman.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rebbi
Abraham Horson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
PrfetU v '" i1 '" "',""11 "A '
ole'a RtrenaUl la Palth Salurda
., ,,, Bar MUxvah: 11..ward, ton ol
Mi and Mi Bam Afler.
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ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
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Zamora ave. Conservetlve. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
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Ki Panna Yom' Ashes to Ashes and Dusk to A
DUSK IN THE CATSKILLS. By Reuben Wallenrod. 264
pp. New York: Reconstructionist Press. BU
DON'T LET THE melodramatic title of this novel (right-
en vou. Reuben Wallenrod. associate profess. 01
Hebrew "Literature at Brooklyn College, is too good
writer to stoop to melodrama, and his liction eschews II
entirely. "Dusk in the Catskills." which appeared first in
Hebrew, won literary awards under the title "El Panna
Yom"a title which conveys more ol the soft wistiulnc--
of the book than the English choice.
Dr. Wallenrod is interested in exploring the inner
lives of plain people, particularly those with youth many
years behind them and middle-age. too, slipping fn m their
EUARU SALPETER
mas These are the people wl.
' with which th- author keynote-
,hc feel most poignantly lb*
. author 1
leclineth.
For some
Quotation front Jeremiah -
L book; Woe unto ua! For the day MMU
shadows of the evening are stretched out This* the
me when for some, old lusts die and leave peace and lor
other?. *w passion- torment when buried anger bubble.
Dp and destroys in a moment a relationship ot yWT when
one fecla life more keenly for the continuous living of it
; I time when disappointments sharpen into griefand
what had been regrel swells to become sorrow, and .e
things are desperatel) imporunl a little warmth, a little
kindness A little love
\_.,-.n-t the backdrop of a Jewish resort in the (
skills
author places his characters He lakes them
We're Arming the Arabs to Shoot at Us
Jer :-
THE DEMOCRATIC POWERS have an uncanny talent
lulling themselves into a blissful state I I hear no
evil, see no evil" whenever the sight and sound of
dictatorships are unpleasant but do not hurt them din
Israelis who can hear Cairo radio ,i> clearly .,- their
own radio stations, often wonder at the United State-
adopting such an attitude concerning the outpourin)
the Egyptian version of Moscow radio It is -, much
easier to say "They do not really mean it: it is tor domes-
tic consumption only!" The West somehow does not real-
izeor does not want to realizethat in a Nasser-type of
torship ;t is. in the end. always the tail Of irrespon-
sible demagoguery that wags the dog : ternment
understand whj any Amei
should doubt tl rernmenl rum
will be cai Amer-
ican late for a m mem I them
if <
Wesl \
Ara ruli
The Wesl is armii | anon and Iraq \
\.;--. r would, natui
.
. .
the present I
tes Nas
' its will n
in
. rtinj ,he nk and file of the Iraqi
Arm)
I aiT >,.,. | r a li ng linw attacked th- United states
for its support of I-rael Cairo -till shrill) attacks Amer-
1 Israel and the noise- often divert attention Irom
ad thai friendship toward l-rael has already become
ju-t one of the many foul crimes attributed to America by
the Egyptian dictator Actually, Nasser's propaganda or-
ttack the United stales diractl) and the vocab-
used and the theories propounded bear an astonish*
elear Made in Moscow" trademark kloacow has
succeeded to such an extent that its expression lor arch-
evil 'imperialism" i- now synonymous in Arab minds with
the word "America
Learning quickly from their Kremlin masters, the
;an and Syrian propagandists are themselves becom-
expert in Soviet style double talk Sometime! they
even manage to improve on their Moscow, for
established the vocabular) of martial terms
lumping everything from Korea to Hungary into "peace
en in the Twentieth Centurj there are certain
: hich are commonl) shared
|uall) interpreted and u- : b) Ix.th the
Cardinal among these
- is t ti.it far is ba I l he Arabs
ounce th;- bash human
and the world, including the West, lets them
awaj with a.
D.tVfD SCHWARTZ
Zionism a Movement to Get More Exercise
JUDGING BY THE
I ine
; i
in for wall

been reading Dr. Paul
heart specialist who i- ,,
11 .- just that the Israelis are
thjt way. They are an outdo Zionisn
::en been thought to be a po
: the matter is:
RERRERT G. IJ FT
He Goes Way Back
CAMUEL G. ENGEL, currently represented on the screen
with his productions of "Boj Mr. A Dolphin' and Ber-
nardine.' has distinguished himself as a master of whole-
some family entertainment. Engel. an orthodox Jew lead-
ing in many community activities out here on the Coast
prides himself that none of his many films have ever con-
flicted with the volntary code of ethics set up by the movie
industry a quarter of a century ago. It was his' production
unit that developed the Belvedere" character and a ser
of successful comedies with Clifton Webb as the fabulous
flcted with the voluntary- code of eth.es set up bv moVie
thim'S ,hrTeS W',h % Ve,n f humi'r runninR ',hrilUh
them all There was i ome to the Stable" backgrounded
against the Catholic faith. "A Man Called Peter with a
Protestant minister as the sole hero. If we exempt "Good
Morning. Miss Dove" w.th one minor Jewish character
there has not been one of Engel, films dealing wh the'
showman s own religion.
, JifSL^SF f* ,he mo,ion P'cture 'ndustn dates
back to 1931 when he sold a story ,0 Warner Bros ga,n
ing himself the assignment to work on its screenplav The
ci"l re'Ul"n? Was re,MSPd und" the title of "The Z
!5 ^W". ;taTng Be"e aV;S B was ,nen ,hat Engel
asked the studio for an opportunity to learn the picture
52?*. ^Tk" aPPOl^-,ed h'm a *>"< ">" Z
rector. From then on. Engel came up the ranks rom
first assistant director to cutter, then to a portion ,ntZ
story department and finally to story editor^
Fn Ji1!^ ',0,hiS entrance int0 the entertainment world
Engel spent five years in the retail drug business, which
was owned by his parents, the late M. H. and Marv Engel
He was born Dec. 1804. .n Woodndge. NY., and g^
uated from L nion College in 1924.
politics i- involved In Zionism la incidental
is a Jewish movement to get more i aercise
i of I-.- Zionism with ordinar) brand- of national
tin n< sians or an) other of the
ntly acquired their mdepen-
did not seek to return any of their people to the
-oil. they did no, seek to turn shopkeeper, into farmers
'nto road builders and track layers Zionism
i he Zionist essentiall) does not give a fie
^r1' ""< Pt as it is f,ir his real
more health) living for Jews
,iH Jn 'V ">tns. "mm;grant minority groups
dd the hard work The immigrant Irish a Centura aso
2 :,h' roads Slave labor S7S
Th. h Period of ..me
" did much of the hard work onThe
l- that'thev'T' "f "nP 'h,nC 'hp JtWt h'"- l**W on
BAB0LB P. Miatiifff _
thn>ugh a full year, ror some ,
year. To others, it brings important rhi
loss of position; to a waiter,
death. In
H not i
"^ "' hope; t,,
seasons ot (s, ~Zf
those of life; there is the bustling prepanilr*
flourishing summer, crowded with achaih-u
autumn's quiet, when only old friends reaaaV J
inlpr with Ha lono urhita H... ^ "Mi
winter, with its long white days
therefore, that Dr. Wallenrod doe<
as would a naive writer, with sPnnR u??J*
autumn, towarda the end, and when autumn w
again, it is the same end. only grown closer
It is one of the author's Insights that'pain'
the ending, but in what precedes it, jn ,he .
of things. Thus, counterpointing the older paaal
yiung ones. Envied by their elders often sir
them for control, their fears and problems art
the same, differing, perhaps, in degree
Dr Wallenrod-s greatest gift is that he hj,
to touch a character to give him life From is,
lonely Lunger, sitting quietly in the fog a*sX
trembling hands for love, to pretty, romantic Hel*
ing for something beyond herself, and niving Jt,
all have dimension and reality. Almost ln the sasaa,
ner as Henry James, although without Jam*/
nuances, the author separates the inner life fa
outer one. revealing the great gap between them.
Even in the least of the people, this chasm ,
Here it is that the shadows of the evening do'tatal
stretching, and Dr Wallenrod takes their mes]
an artist's eye. The author, whose The Liu
Modern Israel" was reviewed here
this one up. too.
recently, enj
BORES SMOLAH
Nixon's Novel Viet
yiCE PRESIDENT NIXON had a very interesting
* meeting with a small group ol leaders d
.i wi-h organizations. Also present at the meet
took the form of an informal dinn even!
Nixon's close advisors. Naturally, th. questioni]
came up during the conversation- Mr Nixon
the opinion that it would make a good impression
! to readmit 100.000 Palestine Arab refu*
Some of the Jewish leaders pn gained
i goodwill tfosture of this kind ma) possibly bj
Israel, but only in the course of Arab-land
re They pointed out to the Vice Presides!
question of admission of some of Palestine Arabsn!
must be looked upon as a bargaining point
It would, naturally, be to Israels complete _
if the bargaining value of the read mission of l
turn number of Arabs were lost thr ugh i nv.eif1
inn negotiations between the Arab countries and I
Incidentally, information reaching Washii
that the King of Jordan seems to have decided I
Arab refugee camps in his country must be In-
It turns out that when Col. Nasser of Egypt tr.fdl
the Jordanian King recently through mob viola
intrigue, it was discovered that Nasser had str
spirators in the refugee camps
The King will have to dissolve the camps, if hj
liquidate the source of most opposition to bur
w ithin his own country. Even more important i> ia!
tion reaching Washington that Iraq has begun to|
absorb Palestine Arabs from the refuge, camp- in,
The flow of Arabs from the Jordanian camps in:U-_
been going on for some time, but this fad ha- beau
secret by Arab politicians. Iraq is in thi throat aff
inendous development, and needs working hands.
Hence she embarked quietly on a policy ol "
over from Jordan the Palestine refugees in or**
U\late the shortage of skilled labor.
The State Department seems to be in the .
-ettmg up a new policy in regard to the vin?"i
states It is elear in Washington that this is a MJJ
period in the Middle Eastern affairs which will""
talhred by the end of the summer, in time for the"
Nations General Assembly opening in September
U.S. Ghetto Decline Draws Jews from Boxinj
COR SOME
oexp,a,n^^^
of decline and particular! hv ,h.r 8 L" '" ,Ule
^P-notch Jewish fight'rs ^in.,'' E "" '"nm ">
os given are clear enoZ ,'* T" T "' ,he
attained an economic statu"m t' "' ,n ,hr "'""
drive Jewish y^,?^ $?+
'Rhlnne*':r min"ri"- fortune
Ricans. Negroes, etc And.
Stillman baa rait
,f the lnt
Oao-'
..... "* moment
""* to fightms for n
viini.l,..,____ "*J-
not
Today,
in boxing: Puerto
Jew ,sh lad- prefer'an educaHon i-^? B*t,
The Ghetto Jew-
fighters to the
eager for thei
Pid pugilism
*>v~ Nat Fleischer. Zta^-SS- ** !&? ,n^m'
and best boxing gym around.
know h-due and blamed the domination of tm
Boxing Club for helping to ruin the sport,
time, when boxing was at its peak, more than
a month used to train at Stillman v and this i*
best and most famous names in the same,
about 80 or 70 train at his gym.
Milton Gross. "New York P"*t vporWa!
talked with Stillman about the pa-t. the p""~fni|t
future, and Stillman delivered Uanself of some
" Of the 1920 s supoie, ZT* money ,u,ur*" nd "">" delivered him- If of some .-
I ring The Jew. of oUr gener ",, "u,s,andin m'n'^ <-n boxing as it is now constituted
W go to college thin ,o h" 2 S"" **** Gro* *"^ know' d Z t*
ge tn.n lo the school of young lighten go today, when the> naea m
to fight in. when the IBC is interested m*|"'-1(jplljj
tolHracts anH rmm,im..l, and not in < \
nuunl)
is. "imi iggwj- ion. iaj im*''
contracts and commitments and not in
tan' Where do they go? And I-ou *'''.
where, that's where. This sint a gym *n,lll^af'
graveyard and these poor kids in here rf"! |Wrl
know n They keep coming here cettma w ,
mwth for a locker and theyTe throwing
away the way boxing is."


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Crowd Moscow Schol
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Untinu.d from P.O. I*
. ,, ihc Columbia
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institution Party Haven for Bigots
lliewiisltUEIliOiciidliiQun
Florida, Friday. August 9. 1957 _
Section B

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New President in Warning
Against Invisible' Threat
To 'Christian Civilization'


One of the few newsworthy items
that came out of the Congress of
Freedom's recent annual conven-
tion in Biloxi, Miss., was the an-
nouncement that Russell Maguire
was made national chairman of the
Constitution party. A group of
Constitution party leaders who
were principal participants in the
TTih report bv The Jewuh Hot-
idmn further brhind-ihc
Stlllil development on Russrll Ma-
ptrrt'i Constitution pan\ and Gr-
a\A L. K. Smith and new hale lu-
erattire. The report appeared on?-
inallv in "Facts." p\th\\*htd by the
Ann-Dr/umneion Lmgur.
at Yeshiva University meeting here
leek are seated (left to right) Nat Wolf.
resident; Leo Robinson, president; and
mtor. vice president and executive corn-
chairman. Standing are Samuel Rein-
hard, vice president; Joseph Cohen, secretary;
I. Kenneth Edlin, vice president; and Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan, regional director of Florida
chapter.
ison Reelected Yeshiva University Chapter President
nbinson has been reelectod
it Unfversit)
lion of the noted civic
banker came at a meet-
le chapter Last week in the
Ihotel
bd vie* president was
. Cantor. Other vie* pros-
lire R. William Apt*, Jay
Irawiti, Shepard Broad, J.
Ih Edlin, Charles Frucht-
m.n, liidore Goldberg, N. C.
Goldman, West Palm Beach,
Samuel Reinhard, Hollis Rine-
hert, Allen 6. Rown, Toronto,
S. E. Schwartz, Judge Eugene J.
Waits and Nat Wolf, Lakeland.
Other officers elected were Jos-
eph Cohen, secretary; Benjamin
Rudnick. treasurer; and Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. regional director.
Members of the execute com-
mittee are Anne Berkowitz, Sue
[niuel Belkin. Yeshiva University president, chairman
{ Glickman, Yeshiva University trustee, U.S. Sen. Jacob
its. and New York State's Lt. Gov. George B. De Luca
'right) wield trowels in traditional cornerstone ceremony
;>ng dedication exercises for university's new $1,500,000
nee Hall at building site. Amsterdam ave. and 184th
anhattan. New dormitory, which will house 300 stu-
represents fust step in development of new campus
,at university's main academic center in Washington
[IS,
Berkowitz. James W. Bridges. Irv-
ing Carrey, Isadore Dickman, Mor-
ris Fox, Harry Genet. Mrs. Bess
Glasser, Maurice Goldring, Sol
Goldman, Harry Gordon. Joseph
Hoffman, Paul Jacobs, Benjamin
Kallen. Louis Kenin. Syd Langer.
David Levinson. Ehiel Lesowoder.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Milton
Miller, Jack Muravchick.
Jack W. Olshon, Samuel Oritt,
Benjamin Rimer, Harold Sha-
piro, Harrv Simonhoff, Harold
Spaet, Leon L. Stellor, Mr*. Oida
Rubin, Isidore Rudnick, Samuel
Rudnick, Arnn'd J. Stern and
Harold Thurman.
Sponsors are Jack Carmel. Fred-
erick B. Dalton. Moe Fcinfold,
Charles Friedlandcr. Ben Ciller,
Theodore J. Goldstein. Isidore
Herskowitz. David Hockberg. Man-
uel Joseloff, Ely R. Katz. William
Kline.-Morris Lapidus. Joseph Ijh
rans. Sidney A. Levy. Marcie Li-
berman. Samuel M. Magid. Morry
M. Mason, Paul Kimmeir. Mayor
Kenneth Oka. Robert Russell. Sid-
ney Siegel. Herbert S. Shapiro.
Abraham Snider, Gus Grau and
Joseph Zemel.
Executive and sponsors commit-
tees are still in formation, Robin-
son revealed Wednesday.
At the Aug. 1 meeting, he also
announced that 15 students from
the Greater Miami area are cur-
rently attending one or more of the
17 graduate and undergraduate
schools at Yeshiva in New York
Citv. Some are on scholarships
COF convention met in separate
session and elected the publisher
<>f the American Mercury to the
post.
Maguire immediately wired his
acceptance. "As you know," Ml
telegram said, "our country has
been deliberately maneuvered into
a desperate position by an invis-
ible group of people who never
were elected to any office. Trea-
son, crime, corruption and interna-
tionalism run rampant. It is time
for the patriotic people of our
country to band themselves to-
gether and to expose the forces of
darkness and evil ."
Maguire's American Mercury has
time and again identified these
"forces of darkness and evil" as
"the international bankers""Ber-
nard Baruch," "the Lehmans," "the
Warburgs," "the Loebs," "the
Rothschilds."
Maguire's editorial comment is
frequently highlighted by refer-
ences to "the influence of the in-
ternational bankers."
large quantities of John Bcaty's
anti-Semitic book. The Iron Cur-
tain Over America, for free distri-
bution. Maguire's contacts have
also included the neo-Nazi pamph-
leteer Frederick C. Weiss and pro-
Arab propagandist Benjamin
Freedman.
Stellar Attendees
Delegates to the Congress of
Freedom convention viewed the
tieup with the Constitution party
as a most promising move.
"Out of this Congress." said Mary
Cain who presided, "has come a
political arm the (^institution
partydedicated to restoration of
(onstitutional government and now
strengthened by a nationally
known fifiure ." (The Summit,
Mill Sun.. May 2, '57i.
}mp Programs in Windup Events
f'!s of PeW nights for
""campers in the four day
"rated by the Greater Mi
elri h "mmunl,y Center has
[tnoh:c;k^closln ^ents
V >8lit at Camp Ma-Ka-Bee
' the Town Branch was
" form of a "cai
Proceed, going
r**hip tund. '
1
to
eir
I he
All functions servo as benefits
for the ever-all GMJCC camp
scholarship fund, which has en-
abled many children to attend
the program this summer, who
would otherwise not have been
able to participate.
On Wednesday night, two camp
shows for parents were conducted
at the Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd.,
and Flagler Granada Center. 50
NW 51st pi.
Theme for the Beach show was
"Highlights of '57." while the
Flagler show omphasiiod "Kadi-
mah Fantasies."
On Thursday night. Camp Noar
conducted at 13630 W. Dixie hwy .
was to present "Under the Big
Top."
On the back cover of the latest
issue (July '57) he cites this same
influence in the "reckless spend-
ing/' of Presidents Wilson, Roose-
velt, Truman and Eisenhower
and asks: "How long will Amer-
icans play the role f 'sucker'
while their 'invisible govern-
ment' continues to tax their
earning*?"
"The master minds behind this
diabolical plot," he adds, "create
tax-exempt international organiza-
tions to carry out the 'planned' con-
spiracy .
"It is planned that Christian civ
ilization will collapse under this
program. The big tax-exempt foun-
dations are notorious and flagrant
promoters of this campaign."
Further, he says that "more than
two thousand million (2 billion)
American dollars have been given,
directly and indirectly, to Israel
That amount could have paid for
about 600.000 homes for our people
costing S3.500 apiece."
Elsewhere in the same issue (p
126), Maguire observes:
"Privately, the international
Zionists claim they have the power
and concentrated wealth to do as
they please throughout the world.
Then why haven't they destroyed
international Communism instead
of financing it?"
It may well be that Maguire
picked up this line of propagan-
da from his long association with
professional anti-Semites and his
close familiarity with their lit-
erature.
According to a memorandum
from Merwin K. Hart which was in-
cluded among documents produc-
ed at hearings of the House Select
Committee on Lobbying Activities
in 1950. "Russell Maguire has
agreed to come on our executive
committee"
Later, in 1952, Maguire bought
Aside from this development,
the 1957 Congress of Freedom
convention was felt by a number
of those present to have been as
futile as its previous meetings.
Some 200 ultra right-wingers
gathered for the speeches and
panel discussions. They repre-
sented a cross-section of the
country's nationalist elements.
Among them were such arch pro-
segregationists as Robert B. Patter-
son and Judge Tom Brady, leaders
of the White Citizens Councils; iso-
lationists like J. Bracken Lee, for-
mer governor of Utah: amateur
anti-Semites such as retired Rear
Admiral John G. Crommelin and
Lieut. Gen. Pedro A. del Valle: and
professional hate peddlers such as
Conde McGinley, Elizabeth Dilhng
and Don Bell.
The speeches and resolutions
bore the familiar stamp of ultra
right-wing oratory, directed against
the federal income tax. the two
major political parties, the United
Nations and the domestic and over-
seas programs of the Eisenhower
Administration.
NfXT WUK: All aeeef Afexoeder
Hamilton barn "tevinr."
Red Cross Joins
United Fund Drive
The Dado county chapter of the
American Red Cross heads the list
of ten health and welfare drives
that are among the latest to join
the United Fund campaign. This
brings the total so far to 40. with
20 others currently under consid-
eration.
The Dade county chapter of the
Red Cross is the first major nation-
al fund raising group to sign up
and represents a major gain for
the one-drive idea in Dade county,
since the American Red Cross' na-
tional policy has in the past been
against federated fund raising.
Joe Brock, Dade chapter Red
Cress board chairman, said Wed-
nesday that "we believe that
raising funds together is the
only way a community can meet
its welfare responsibilities ade-
quately end efficiently. We sin-
cerely hope that all those who
have given so generously of their
time and money to the Red Cross
in the past will new put the same
enthusiasm into the success of
the United Fund."
Others joining the United Fund
are the National and Florida Assns.
for Mental Health, the National
Probation and Parole Assn., Blind-
ed Veterans Assn., Common Coun-
cil for American Unity, Council on
Social Work Education. Interna-
tional Social Service, United Sea-
man's Service and the American
Hearing Society.



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Woman to Mastermind Inaugural Perform
ii performance revitalized it M ik,.
tho Israel rnun, ,vmphonj, must play .__ ""wet!,
M '"orgnlutl(insiniW
the) haw ,,- audience.
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Apr 17
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Hcmoni. architect of Palestine penrilion at I
Fair in 1939. Israel section will cove: area
fee: in Heysel Park, four P
Israel Will Participate in World's
Fair at Brussels Opening May, 1958
...
the first time in it- n.-
! participate
and with :
the
. tenth thi I 1 1^8
Israel's
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Tie Isra?! pavilion will rut
a\ c : > to Ilia weld and
will Feature n a-.- ex-
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Tie Israel lectitfl of the Fair
will cover an area of about 31,-
500 square feet.
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Among goes'* will be United
States government officials, lead-
ing businessmen, publishers, mu-
s.cians and Jewish community
leaders whose interest in Israel's
cultural development has been
manifested in their financial and
moral support.
Wide interest in the
concert itaell is the fact th
the Jir-r time in musical historj
- W|"
appear on the p:.. perform

model of Isrce! c
h El
Bernstein, who will conduct the]
Philharmonic at the dedication,
irark n an orchestral
lion ol hi- own for the]
.1 n. 'winch he plans to title
l the II"
One of America's most force-
ful musical organizers. Matin has
been Commissioner of Recrea-
tion of Philadelphia and it new
its city representative and direc-
tor of commerce.
1U is a former board vice presi-
dent ol the National Container
i orporation of America and a di-
>r ol numerous business and
civic organisation*.
Ten years ago when the city run
Rohin Hood l>ell summer outdoor
concerts "I Philadelphia went
bankrupt. Mann took it over and
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MRS. MAUICE GAI
In a unique demonstration of
their affection for Israel's vital
musical life Leonard Bernstein,
conductor and pianist; Arthur
Rubinstein, pianist, Greqnr Pi-
atigorsky. cellist; and Isaac
Stern, violinist, will aooear to-
g*'her fa celebrate fhi* concrete
advance in the Jewish State's
musical activities.
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They're going around in ciicles
now but when they get home
they'll head straight for the kitchen
and bowls of chili with crispy
HOLSUM toast Hungry teens
hav? fun fixing easy snacks
?/% with fresh HOLSUM BREAD.
Charge U-Boots Trailing Shipping
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Israel to withdraw its forces
from the Gaia and Aqaba areas
without any guarantee against
future aggression and interfer-
ence with her shipping.
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acquired >
shipping in th.
week
m the I ........... ..- --.-
He said that not
teut the result from li
The Earl offered a motion in
? he House dep.or.ng the deosion '; *?*?* *
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Two Records Will be Broken
When 7 Leave for Denver
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Two records will be broken tliis
week when seven Miami women
bring $20,000 to the golden anni-
versary convention of the Jewish
National Home tor Asthmatic
Children, which will be held in
Denver, Colo., Aug. n through 14.
Because the four local auxilia-
ries more than doubled their
purges over last year, the Home
has invited seven delegates to rep-
resent the Miami area.
Members of the JNHAC aux-
iliaries attending the four-day
moot aro: Mr*. David Kamot,
president of Greater Miami chap-
tor; Mrs. Stephanie Klein, anni-
versary delegate of Groator Mi-
ami chapter; Mrs. Irvin Gold-
stein, president of Lorbor chap
lyn Kern. 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
fc, 9016 Froude ave., Surfside, adds iinal decorations to
[made and decorated by campers of Blue Star Camps,
Jersonville, N.C. Ark was dedicated in service which also
Eomed a Torah loaned for summer by Hendersonville's
Idas Israel Congregation.
standing Lady Named as Delegate
Scaroon Manor fo be Site
Of 'Morningstar' Shooting
Culminating a year-long search
that extended from California to
the Catskills and from the Sierras
to the Adirondacks, Warner Bros,
has selected Scaroon Manor, Sen
roon Lake, NY. as the location
site for the filming of "Marjorie
Morningstar." Herman Wouk's best-
selling novel.
tor; Mrs. Jack Dayan, anniver-
sary delegate of Lorbor chapter;
Mrs. A. Dayen, president of
North Dado chapter; Mrs. Irving
Kelton, prosident of Poshkin
chapter; and Mrs. Harold Solo-
mon, president of Miami Coun-
cil of Presidents of tho JNHAC.
'The Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children." Mrs. Solomon
said, "is a free, nation-wide and
non-sectarian institution devoted
to the treatment of children af-
flicted with chronic intractable
asthma, the severest fpjm of this L
illness I
Mrs. Solomon added that this
year tho National Homo is ob-
serving tho 50th anniversary of
its founding dato by organizing
groundwork for tho Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, an affiliate of JNHAC.
"Tho need for extensive scien-
tific work in the brood field of
basic allergy research is o vital
necessity," Mrs. Solomon added.
'Tho Research Institute will help
fulfill this need."
Highlighting the various work-
shop sessions during which time
delegates from throughout the
country will be given progress re-
A warm embrace by Kim No-
vack and Jeff Chandler h-om
Columbia .Pictures' newest re-
lease, "Jeanne Eagels." Life
and loves of ,one of world's
great actresses, "Jean n.e
Eagels" is now showing at
Carib, Miami and Miracle
Theatres.
Recognition of her service to
victims i.t tuberculosis and
of all faiths. Mrs. Joe Holo-
se chairman. 703 NW 3rd st..
en selected as delegate to
Btional conference of auxil
of the American Medical
tj I h I
Holober. a leading member
hospital's Greater Miami
l.-n here will leave this week
I rt in the conference in
il Denver,
Greater Miami Auxiliary
He American Medical Con-
ondve's a widespread series
^ojects throughout the year
(il.st support for tho insti-
n's free, non-sectarian ser-
|to victims of tuberculosis
ltancer.
ti 'I by tin
istees the
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less participation in community
projects designed to help th" sick
and needy.
Mrs. Holober is one of 75 women
throughout the nation being hon-
ored by the 53 year old institution
at the Denver conference. Since its
opening in 1904, the American
Medical Center has provided more
than 3,000.000 days of free patient
care to human beings afflicted
with tuberculosis and cancer with-
out regard to their faith or need
for unlimited hospitalization.
Arrangements for the location ports by JNHAC physicians on the
j filming, which gets under way on LHomes treatment ;uid research J\f/y Auxiliary Slates Party
programs. Children from virtual
ly every state in the nation arc I
represented on the Home's patient ;
I roster.
Monday, Aug. 19, for approximate-
! ly one month of shooting, were
j made by Joseph Frieber, Scaroon
' Manor's managing director, and
; Warner Bros, producer Milton
'Sperling and director Irving ap- Parents of the chronic intract-
per. I able asthmatic children sent to the
The producer and director will { Jewish National Home for Asi'un..
lead a cast and production crew of' tic Children are not charged for
110 persons from Hollywood to the the children's medical care
Ladiea,' Auxiliary of Jewish War
Veterans Post 243 will hold a
splash party and barbecue Satur-
day e\cning at the Wonderland
Nursery. Chairmen of the affair
are Mrs. A. afkhaelson and Mrs II
Jay Berliner.
450-acre Adirondack Mountain
summer resort.
throughout the approximate two-
year treatment stay at JNHAC.
'Get Acquainted' Breakfast
Monticello Park Congregation will
hold a,"get acquainted" breakfast
Sunday morning. Horria Wiener
is chairman.
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Sol Sorch Kc- I Mr-
jnd Mrs. William Bornstem,
Mrs. S. M. Machtei and St*lla and Leo,
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sritsky IIIt.. Janice and Irving Stitsky
U The 1 Sritskys hi
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stitsky, :. are Stella and Leo's parent-, and
Rabbi and Mrs. Machtei .
Rabbi Machtei li : r Dallas by plane cm Wednesday, to join
his family Together with Stella and Leo, he and Mrs. Machtei
still return n\ plane later thi- month ... It does ?ound a little
confusing, doesn't it?
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler, of 2330 SW 29th ave left Sui
for a leisurely tour of North Carolina With Sam and Lena went
their daughter and son-in-law. Miriam and Ed Levin, of 590 NE
ter. .
Anna Smith, of B- I coming to make her home in
She STi Ruth (Mrs. John) Von
Dohlen, : 27 | NE 2nd ave North Miami Beach .
Ida and Harry Spivack are hack home at 935 9th -t. after a
the Blue I Their ilmerar.
r.ur Sprix i. Hot Si and
where I ted with cousins Thej
tie City accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Birnbeum. of &+4 Meridian ave
Samuel and Rose Kestenbaum. i f 1950 SW 16th st left
Ft.-..'. :'.: New V -.: U. I a visit with their daughter law.
Lauretta Bad Lloyd Arnel, and I Long Branch
B > < -hey re probahlv up at Dun-
J Mr. and Mrs. Qavid Harris, Or. and Mrs. Samuel Monash
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Jacks and Mrv F. Peterson Alan the H
Shancters. the M. Varats. Mrs. B Fleisher tad Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Armour .SI ^cation tit Mr. and Mrs
Harry Goodman Mrs. S. Badams. Mr. and Mrv John Feller
M. Cranes, H : Mrs. Joe Swarti and ta
Mr. and Mrv Leo Eisenstein, f 735 14th pi., have two weddings
to attend They will leave thi- week for St. 1
23ft! a. i 0? Eiiens,,in'$ ** *">"< Gross
adl be st Louis and the wedding of another niece Rev. Mae Gross
Then across to Denver and a family reuni I Mrs Ein-
stein s sister and I
Also wedding-bound, this time to New Y rk were the Jack
Abbotts. who went up the marnase of Jack's Lovise Mrs
Geor,.) Cohen
with a side trip to eing all ,heir oW
?>>>
.. A brida! Braunstein took precedaaee I
the
Kana was Nancy S..,n. ^ br,de,rna,d a,
Wsmarriageto Harold Brooks n Sept 8 Gue brunch included .unmarried Rmar* Mrs. S.an.ey Ro-
y-marned Florence .Mrs. Michael, Clem Mrs m! Kg..,.
Mrv Ul.r Swartbur, ,,: .,, r, C STv.d Trook,
. Also helping to celebrate were Jane Feldman Lind* sw-.r
Lynn Schwartz, Lo,s D.tfn. Ann. J.res. sS*^w2*
Mr. and Mrv Emil Gould and Miss Edna volkow*ky of Miami
Beach, were entertained by Or. and Mrv Nets*, Zi.itt. of 200 I
Kivo Alto dr.. at their Roney Plaza cabana last week
And the Bernard Feldman. and the Arthur Frt^lrrian, went
sailing off last week on the SS. Alcoa Clipper for a iMay cruiSf
of the Caribbean, which includes all the excitin. West ladiei Db.ce<
plus a special trip along the northern coast of South America -,th
tops at some romantic-sounding Venezuela ciuea.
Seitlin, Gillman Betrothal is Reveali
In the summer of 1
,ii will become Mr% Id *-rd Gd
lh>- bride-elect's parents Mr. and M
Seitlin, 1819 SW 23rd >t Miami, are aaai
the couple's- betrothal thi
nd Mn]
Both
MISS BAKBAKA SflTt/N
Her fiance is the ton
Cillman. 1834 Brickell ave
are pioneer residents here
Hisa Seitlin. wboai
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin .,' pioBBBf|_
graduated from Miami S< vhoJiL
site vv.is president of Phi Sigma Tau CouioM
She attended Sophie New comb College i
OritMJia, 1j.. and was a nx Alpha]
Phi sonTity and on the 1
will graduate from the Univer Ij of Munul
1958.
Mr Gillman also gradu.i'. l [roai Miasai
High School. He attended the I niversity of 1
where he was a member of PI I .imbda Phi fa
and will graduate from the University ef1
month, with a degree in accounting and fa
A past master counsels i Hthwaaj
Mr. (iillman plans to attend last -choolati
\ir-ity of Miami. He is a member of.tail
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Miss Arline Perry Eyes Sept. 7 Rites
Mr and M Rabino-
witJ SW 16th ter Miami.
announce the enl of her
u r Miss srllne June Perrj
k Mayi r L ewenstein
Simmel, Landy
Exchange Vows
Miss Qeonora Maria Simmel and
Burton Aaron I^ndy. who met at
a beauty contest, were married
Sunday. Auf 3. in the Alcaur ho-
tel. Miss Simmel wa a contaatttl
and Mr I^andy was a judge in the
recent Mia Miami conte-t
The reception also wa~ held in
the B
The bride who lived at 621 ME
30th ti r the daughter of Mr.
and Mrv i i s\\
10th
She faille
Jin of
aleni
Pe-' n veil.
Thr bridet is the son of
Mr and Mr- Louis Lm
8. H >S NE 7th ave
Dr nan
itber t sh< rs were :>r.

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Thi
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ronty and
vert;-
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teramerivjn 1;
Jack i- the son of Mrs M. Mayer
Loewcnataia, of Philadelphia and
N.w York, and Mr. Saul Loewcn-
stein. of Daytona Beach.
They met at television -talion
WTVJ, where hUaa Perry is in the
public relations department, and
her fiance is an engineer.
The bride-elect, who is the
daughter of the late Mr. Aaron
I'.rry of Cleveland. O., attended
Miami Senior High School, where
-he was class valedictorian. She
graduated from the University of
Miami magna cum laude. At the
V of M. she was on the staff of
the 'Hurricane." 'Tempo" mag-
azine and "Mademoiselle" college
reporter.
She i< a member of Alpha Ep
-ilon Phi -orority, Lead and fnk
publications honorary. Nu Kappa
Tau. highest woman's honorary,
Alpha Si>:ma l'pilon. inter frater-
nity leadership. Kappa Delta Pi.
education nToftaalwul honorary,
and Greater Miami Alumnae chap-
ter oi Ih.-tj UgBW Phi for women
in journali-m.
Mr I..* wrn-tein is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Miami He has been

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of the Southern Cross
ical Society.
Wedding date has hrM
active in amateur radio -r<"ip.v i Sept. 7 at Belh David Sy
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MISS MUSfNMD MISS TAHNINBAJM
ie's Finally United
Ith Her Son Here
NEW YORK Hanna Fain-
77 in in Bessarabia, was
Ijr reunited with her son in
Tornia Ihroui h the assistance
! ,- Senrlea b*s%
Jewish migration age"hcy.
Mrs. Fainstein had rvf seen
son for 37 years. She eml-
ltd from Russia in a depar-
which had been sought
t 1946. She fltw from Bess-
bi to Mostowa lon and
uout journey for a person M
-where she rteeivad a pass-
> and an exit permit from the
sun government and a visa
the American consul.
if then Hew from Moscow to
from Riga to Copenhagen,
[then to Ne York.
pouring no language but Rus-
the elderly woman was met
Moisted al <;ich port of land-
|by aid.-- ol United Hias. who
leased her way on the next leg
|er journey.
er son, an American citiian,
i lives in Culvar City, CalH.,
I her at the Los Angelas air-
1 am penniless, but happy to
ny son add to be in the United
fcs." These are the only words
spoke in her trembling em-
MKS. HANNA FAINSTEIN
Sanroma Slated
At Auditorium
Pianist Jesus Maria Sanroma and
conductor John Bitter will end the
seventh season of the University
of Miami summer pop concerts
with an all Gershwin-Liszt program
8:30 p.m. Sunday night in the Mi-
ami Beach auditorium.
"Rhapsody in Blue" and Liszt's
Concerto for Piano in E-flat major
will be heard with Sanroma as solo-
ist Sunday night. Also on the pro-
gram will be Gershwin's "Strike
Up the Band" and excerpts from
"Porgy and Bess."
These Girls Plan
To be Married
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sutker. of Sa-
vannah, Ga., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Sherry, to
Jerry TillinRer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Tillinger, 2034 SW 11th
ter.
Miss Sutker graduated from Sa
vannah High School and attended
the University of Miami.
Mr. Tillinger graduated from the
University Of Florida with a de-
gree in architecture.
He was a member of Gargoyle,
honorary architectural fraternity.
student chapter of American Insti-
tute of Architects and Tau Kpsilon
Phi social fraternity. Be is now
serving with the Armed Forces.
*
Tannenbaum Goldberg
Dec. 15 is the date set for the
wedding of Miss Lona Tannenbaum
and Martin Goldberg.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Tannenbaum, 620 83rd
st., Miami Beach. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Goldberg,
of N. Miami Beach.
rUm Tannenbaum attended Mi-
ami Beach High School, the I'm
versity of Miami and Davis Insti-
tute of Technology.
mrs. COLDA MEIR
Hilsenrad-Blatt
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hilsenrad,
Bronx. N.Y.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Joyce, to
Jerome Blatt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Blatt, 175 South Shore dr.
Miss Hilsenrad attended New
York University. Mr. Blatt Is a
graduate of Temple University
School of Pharmacy. He is a mem
ber of Alpha Zeta Omega.
Card Party Tuesday
Henrietta Szold group of Hadas-
sah will hold a card party at the
Sea Gull hotel Tuesday afternoon.
In charge of reservations are Mrs.
Yetta Kogan and Mrs. Harry
Decky.
Go lL lend*, ana ^/rcanainlan
cca
"'7/i.im* f--r ^oi.r KemcmLrancei and
or -U'J/ WkA,
GOD BLESS YOU ALL "ARTY"
(AARON h\. KRAVITZJ
Herman Edelstein
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Herman, Oak
Park, Mich., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sylvia, to
Bernard Stanley Edelstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Edelstein,
12444 N. Bayshore dr., N. Miami.
Mr. Edelstein is a graduate of
the University of Miami Law
School.
The wedding will be Aug. 25.

Weinberg Stolar
An October wedding is planned
by Miss Rhoda Miriam Weinberg.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Weinberg, 715 Michigan ave., and
David Maurice Stolar.
Mr. Stolar lives at 3927 N. Mer-
idian ave., Miami Beach. He is the
son of Mrs. Minnie Brown, Holly-
wood, Fla.
Fashion-O-Rama
At Banner Lodge
MOODUS. ConnNow begin
nine its second month, the itelltOn
O-Rama program at Banner Lodge,
will be in full swing next week
with expert sneakers providing
beauty and fashion advice and
hints to the resort's guests.
On next week's exciting ached
ule are a fashion show of transi-
tional clothes by Princess Junior,
a d'et and beauty clinic conducted
by Kathleen Comyn of Slenderella,
and a discussion by Ray Brougham
of Akers Hair Clinics with impor-
tant pointers on care ol the hair
for health and beauty.
Enthusiastically raeaivad by
Banner Lodge's guests, Fashion-
O-Rama, introduced at the Con-
necticut rasort this year, will
continue until the and of the
season with thrice-weokly hair-
styling clinics, boauty demon-
strations and fashion shows con-
ducted by top names.
Mrs. Meir Wins
Congress Award
JERUSALEM Mrs. Golda
Meir. Foreign Minister of Israel,
received the American Jewish Con-
gress 1958 Stephen Wise Award
for her outstanding services 1o the
Jewish state at impressive cere-
monies held at the King David ho-
tel here last week.
The presentation, made by Dr.
Israel Goldstein, AJCongress pres-
icl'-rit now visiting Israel, was wit-
nessed >y a large assembly which
included nearly the entire Israeli
cabinet, leaders of the Knesset, the
British ambassador and other
members of the diplomatic corps.
. as well as high officials in tin I
raeli government and Jewis
Agency.
Also attending were the 12 Am
ican college students who recen
won AJCengraaa David Petegors
scholarship awards.
1
skV
Idea behind the program is to
provide the busy modern miss with
the latest news in beauty and fash-
ion when she's at leisure, with
time to experiment and try-out
new styles and trends.
Laudatory massages from Pres-
ident Ben-Zvi, Prim* Minister
Ben Gurion, Dr. Nihum Gold-
mann and others oreised Mrs.
Meir for her extraordinary ser-
vices to the Jewish people, Israel
and the Zionist movement. Prime
Minister Ben Gurion called her
"the most precious present which
American Jewry has awarded
us."
In presenting the Stephen Wise
Award a bronze plaque and a
(check for $1,000 Dr. Goldstein
: declared Mrs. Meir was being hon-
I ored "in recognition of the dignity
and moral courage with which she
has interpreted the position of Is-
rael before the conscience of the
world." Together with Eleanor
Roosevelt and Madame Pandit.
Mrs. Meir, Dr. Goldstein said, is
"one of the foremost women of our
time."
It Is With Great Pleasure That
DR. L. DOUGLAS ROSMAN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Announces His Association With
The ROSMAN MEDICAL CLINIC
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
GENERAL DISEASE AND PEDIATRICS
11271 N.E 140th STREET. CORNER WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
CLINIC HOURS:
. .''''Iv Including Saturday
'au-12.00 1:00 5:00 6:00-8:00
Sunday 1000-12:00
Markey, Schwartz
Wedding Planned
Barbara Markey and Howard
Schwartz are engaged. The couple
plan to be married early in winter.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mrs. Arthur D. Markey. Pitts-
burgh, Pa., formerly of Miami
Beach, and the late Mr. Markey.
She graduated from Pennsylvania
State University.
Her fiance, son of Mrs. Samuel
Schwartz, of Pittsburgh, and the
late Mr. Schwartz, received his
Bachelors and Masters degrees
from the University of Pittsburgh.
Sisterhood Holds Tea
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
held a membership tea Wednesday
noon at the home of Mrs. Irving
Egel, 1100 Stillwater dr. Assisting
was membership chairman Mrs.
Allen Acker.
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1&85 Washington Av.
Miami Baach JE 8-3840
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ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GiFTS
In accepting the award. Mrs.
Meir noted that it was she who
owed her people an unpayable debt
and not the other way around She
recalled that 50 years ago. the
doors and windows of her father's
house had to be boarded up to
stave off pogrom-bent Russians.
and she contrasted this with free
Israel today, which can defend it-
self with honor.
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Bar Mitzvah Due
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van service.
A former Philadelphia res
to Miami in
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ed Beth Kmeth Congregation re-
He is a member of the
Scouts and attends .Miami E
Junior Hmh School, where he l-
also active in the Junior I
and Photography Club.
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At Agudath Israel
Steven Seltzer ion ol Mi
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stiTiin
IJoansBetrotki
'_Ut' ,n(l Mr., c,. ^J
300 *J
nounce the oneai>.m.7,l
Jj*ter, J,angr/il
ami Bead) "M
A No> 24
Vi" '" g-tfl
Miami Beach i|lgh Sch^l
bama when -he ws,
Alpha Kpsil.ti pm Mr
a graduate ,, Mumi ^
.School and th- fnr..
ida.
HOrVAlTD AUM
Member Luncheon S/ofed
North Shore Jewish Cent.: -
terhood will hold a "member
bhng-a-member" brunch at the
(enter Wednesday noon Honor
' '
""> Sti rlii tel.
Vaad Will Nominate
Unit
ruth will i i and in-
mbers Wedm
\ .. H at Knesj th '
Jeffrey to Assist
Rabbi Okolica
Jeffrey, son .>t Mr aid Mr- B.
U i .thorn. Will '.
Mitzvah dunn- S
tug 10 : North
Jewish C<
. and
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People vv^-o icncyw .
jfoy ot the
^vTe/ JexTngta*
3 Minutes from G'Ond Central
Convenient to Fifth Avenue
Shopping
All Outside Rooms with Tub
and Shower
Rod'o, Television, Circulating
Ice-Water
Rabbi, Mrs. Jacobs Mark 50
Golden Years at Ceremonies
bj anil Mr- PtUf W. Jacob-, the only reform rabbi in the state
ititii si Miami Beach irere to back In 1904.
celebrate their golden weddiiuj an- Mrs, Jacobs is the former An-
HO at Temple Beth SI:..!om toinctte Kohn. daughter of Mr. and
TnurscU) Mrs Frank Kohn. of Buffalo. She
Dr Jacoh K..plan. rabbi emeritui i a dramatic arts teacher and
of Temple Israel, who married the ,><,"k reviewer
pla in Buffalo, N V. in 1911
was to remarr> the coupl with
a daughter. Mr- Stephen I^>\\
: \. a York City, attending
the ci
: Ir.im the
L'nion College and Inner
i Cincinnati in 1900 Hi il
an honorarj member ..i tin- Cen
i rence oi Ami rn.ui Kat>
: Miami Rabbinical

spiritual affairs for ">6
years he and Mr- Jacobs came I
ii from Marshall, Tex (i,',u'''
last y< ar t i make their homi here
Rabbi Jai rked his
birthday an Mar 19
"' : Ms i irliesl pulpits was In
They Did Nothing
As Freedom Reigns
JERUSALEM Ttillllg
the buck" has along with other
American customsbecome com-
mon in SOHM court- hero, a local
paper discJoaed this week.
The difference is that Israeli
call it judicial indepen
NURSE Will CAH
FOR ELDERLY PERSON
'" levely home ,lh T v
cooking ,f di,d. Fin,,. u_
refereneee. vu 1.5744
DRESSMAKER \VAKTB|
TO SEW AT HOME
Call FR 9.3573
Sunday from 9 til 4 1
POSITION WANTB
young man. 32.
mographer. .,nd off;
local experience and reler*
."t*rted pleate call m,
Mr. Bush, of National Em*
at FR 9-8443. who wilt -,!
appointment tor me.
bv
tar
was
No action was taken by the
President of the Supreme Court
in the matter, the paper said,
because he thought it was the
job of the Minister a* Justice.
HOME 0' THf FAMOUS
'Hawaiian Room'
i i -1 .............. .,
C. : ad Not n f --e.
it. ;:-- Jccc! ';.*' cpe-c/
del
A,fi CON'DlTlONfo
Jewish Groups Hi!
Special Exemptions
DC did anything. But
the ludicial indepen-
" remained unwi .
NURSERY SCHOOL TEAC
Write ajtjalificotieas t: *r
FIMUr-Crenoao Jewish (
Center, SO N.W. 51st Me*]
ii the onsr'

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A sfat.ment signed by the of-
fic.als pointed out that the
amendment would exclude the
very lm 0, housing jn whjch
o-iscr.mination aoainst Jews i,
most widely practiced in ,hi$
men,
Jr chair
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New V rs h r"m'"oe.
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of the Jewh war Veteran-. De-
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strialists Mix
[on as Referee
, | IT,, manaRC
l ATA. bra "' ,rx;
,t. reined
C w5ek and rejected fl
.,,, Ben Gurion as an ar- (
| *" itr
manJ9emnt's .ction cm. ;
Mr Ben Gurion hid op.n-
nmitt.d hlmiell o ?
kr Council on two m*|or
ft hi. in the sMMta
cd9ed that he wl "
,nd fulfillment -f Labor
er Mordec.i N.m.r Mr*
,roposa.s which "**
,he workers nd that h.
,ecommend .dh.r.nc. by
m the dismissal patt-rnt
ished in national Histadrut-
_,ry contracts. Thi* point.
ff.vored th. workers.
,n \t\ management object-
|Mr Hen fiurion's action, he
I, the choice <>f withdrawing
l|,er c nsent to his serving
l When ATA reversed
rentier announced that
Lrth he would not 'nvo,vc
|f further in the entire sit
, nil- effectively threw the
tion back into its long
Ick.
U Party Saturday
|iu club "I the (.rater Miami
I itj Center will
and dance Sat-
| th Ocean Ranch
and women between
t I 39 are invited.
DAYifiU
BY HN*Y LEONARD
"It's o muhuggoneh world, Sam. WiHi their side-
bums, you can t toll if they're Yeshiva students or
Elvis Presley font."
Coer 1S5T. uwJMb
Diabetes Assn. Hears Talk
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes
Assn. met Monday evening at the
Community Services bldg.
Guest speaker was Dr. James J.
Nugent, urologist Mis subject was
"Urinary Diseases in Diabetes." A
question and an.swer period fol-
lowed.
Minkott Unveiling
Tlie dtdxatiov a "i itttsseni
lo the imtmory of the laic
MAX MIMKOTf
formerly of 1220 S.W 25* Ave.
Ssjnday, August 11 at 3 p.m.
O' Ml. Sinai MesTWfial Park
Ceinettrw mill Rabbi Simon
April officiating.
'Mr Minkoff i- survived r>y bu
fffe, TOIh son, Harry, and
three jjrandchildretu
FnenJ< anJ relative, are
requested to be preelt.
1,000,000
SELECTED ACRES to choose from.
Parcels of 5 to 25.000 acres for busi-
ness sites, homes, tubdivisions or
speculation. Railroad, water, and
highway frontage. See us today for
top investment acres.
PICKARD PROPERTIES
302 S. Federal Hwy. Phone 32'5S
POMPANO BEACH, FLA.
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, *'/.
13030 N.V.. 7th Av.. MO 1-1440
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
t SI00 par Acr.
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 first Street
FOtT MYltS, HA.
EDISON 5-4421
Two Talks ore Scheduled
"Stop Worrying and Start Liv
ing" will be the topic of a lecture
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Saturday
evening at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st and Ocean ct.
On the same program, Dr. Jac-
ques Fresco, Miami psychologist,
will speak on "You and the World
You Live In." General open for-
um, discussion will follow the lec-
tures
OLi
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKM OIVEN thai
the understyned, deatrlnsj lo engSUI' "<
buaineaa under the fictitious name "f
LOUTH MIAMI PR< iFKHHIONAL
Hl'il.l n.Mi a i South Miami, l-ii iM-
t.-nilH to register said name with th.-
Clerk "f the I'lreull Court -' Dstl
Cet nty, li"i Ma.
HENR V IIREEN, Hole Oss IH I
KIDNEY BPRONHON
mi..in, | foi Applicant
. Miami, Kin. .
NEWMAN"
QOXVON
,.. the distinguished name
in funeral service ...
Harry Gordon
President
t u a r i e 0
m
Edward T. Newman
Funerol Director
1333 Dode Boulevard Miami Beach
JEfferson 1-7677
Dora: N ''
nil Martin. I "
i;. i i'oh< n Mi
i Mi i. HI
, -hImtic : ami I s,r-
fun Funeral '" '']
II Hlnal i'.'in- i"> !" al a i n "> '" ''"
1 'dttel il II
HAH CERSON
, I I iiv y.i.

three
i I i'.is-
l attl, of
Bar-
i
MRS A\NIE CORDON
l| died July -"-
t | -- H
ihii ilauajhtera, Mre.
r m MnrfHret Ele-
hi- were held
. i:.-.,. ii Memoi ^tjGUST BROS RVe
IRS MAMIE CREENBERO
140 S ;th -I rtlril Jul
Mm i- aur-
I in \ii Minnie I >orf-
.i i, ii ,ii arar. I"
I1
SAMUEL MARANAH
... ill.-.l July IS.
||tari ..iv m i. h' had
- Sui \ vora Include
| I >. In. .mil .1
. I .1 111 V ~M Mt
'-"' ; Mi .....mi Chapeli
Ml Slnal r.in.-t. rj .
ISAAC PARSONS
il:,.| JUI) ST.
MRS. HANNAH BERG
in ,.'. m : I \ i 1 > "" A
i ...ill. hi I SUI > iv. I
hi ,i da ifhi< till l<}: -""i **
Mi. i I, .....ii ^ IMlam, ,\..i"ii. Het -
man and S.uiiii.l Rtrvk-ea and b
,,,. in Ki H.kUii. with Rlversed..
ii...,. I, Memorial 'hai>el In chargi
lea ;ii iit-
MEYER C. COHEN
To. of SSI Bantsquera ar. difii Jul
A retired lauadr) ownei. hi >v i
realdenl here II > Burvlvlng are
hi- wife, Moill.-: tw Bone, Joel and
Handera; a .l.uiKhtfr. Mrs, Lillian
l.lppiiuin: thrrr brothers, .i slater ami
even ki.ukI. hllili.-n Services wer
jui\ ^l al I'.nriliHi funeral Home, with
burial in Ml Nebo Onw
SAMUEL GREENBEKO
:. of Hi" nw "i -' *ted Jul]
,.,i fui niti man, he came
hen years a*-" from 'leveland
vWora Include in- wife, Man
Charh s; ami t" daucMi i M
Frances Floxei and Mi Roe* Detoro.
- were Jul) ^1 al Itlvi
i Memorial t'hapel, with burial In
, i >
Happier Florida Livina starts with
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Twice as funnyl
AL LEIBfERT
If us lauajuer >ou"re after,
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music, news, wssther, lime!
7 to 10 on 710
e^ery *ccl.da> morning'
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WE SELL U.S. PR'ME 8, U.S. CHOICE
GOVERNMENT MEAT GRADES .
Always The Finest Quality! Always The Greatest
Value!.. At Food Fair Kosher Markets...
IN MIAMI .
IN MIAMI BZACH .
In the 163rd St. Shopping Center
2091 Coral Way
19th St. at Alton Road
THESE VALUES GOOD THRU THURSDAY, AUG. 15
BABY STEER LIVER
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