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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THi JtWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WtltilY
31 Number 33
Miami. Florida. Friday, August 16, 1957
Price 20t
NEW B-G PRONOUNCEMENT
wett Hits Proposal
Abandon Zionism
)t Strength of Bible C
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
\ SALEM [(ejection of Zionism by Prime Minister Ben Gurion
i to cre.iN confusion and cause unnecessary pain among Zion-
^cr Prim. Minister Moshe Sharett told the International Ideo-
pnferc meeting at Hebrew University Tuesday,
ling Ihi Zionist vision.,
mcsHt sHARtrr
. confuron
jr. the people with the
Jr. Ben G M m hai propos-
I not save Israel from such
| .i- belief among
iouih that the establish
fthf Jew 'i Stale was the
I goal. Sharetl declar-
kserted that on the con-
ic Bible alone, with de-
pther values, might malt*
er worse. Dr. Nahum
pn, world Zionist leader,
pressed doubts about Ban
"naive conception," add-
"Bible punching" was
ilitical program.
B?h v accustomed
bfinued on Page 8 A
Zhukov Will Visit Syria;
Soviet Arms Tally $150
Million Since End of July
TEL AVIV(JTA)Marshal Georgi K. Zhukov, Soviet defense
chief, will soon visit Syria, it was reported here Wednesday. It is un-
derstood that Syrian Defense Minister Khaled el-Azm had, during his
recant visit in Moscow, negotiated with Marshal Zhukov an agreement
to bring a top-ranking Soviet military teem to Syria to helo modernize
the Syrian army.
-----------------------------------------+
I In connection with Zhukov's im-
folk Organ 'America' Hits
b- But Lauds Judaism
Iork [JTA>The charge
Home instances," Jewish
pti"n on public itMM
be n a le primarily in
Jewish Interest, not in
|the total community," is
pending visit to Syria, a spokesman
of the Israeli Foreign Office Wed-
nesday said that Syria has received
$120,000,000 worth of Soviet arms
up to the end of July, and that
these arms were given by Moscow
to Syria at prices one-third less
than the world market prices.
(The New York Times Sunday
Gurion Nixes Pact
As French Cancel
Meet With Press
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe French parliamentary delegation which cam*
to Israel a week eoo expressedly to tester a formal Franco-Israeli Hi*
nee cancelled without explanation a Tuesday press conference at which
delegates had been scheduled to summarize results cf the week-long
tour.
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Cancellation reportedly was cided upon after Premier David
Ben Gurion Monday told Jacques
Soustelle. head of the 22 man dele-1
gation that a de facto Franco-Is-'
raeli alliance already existed. Mr.!
Ben Gurion's comment made after'
Mr. Soustelle reiterated the dele-
gation's conviction that a formal
pact was necessary' led to specula
tion that the Prime Minister did
not necessarily favor formal alli-
ances for sake of alliances alone.
Another factor which report-
edly led to the cancellation wis
press reports indicating that Is-
rael would not take the initiative
> to promote a formal agreement
I because the present tacit and un-
written alliance was considered
satisfactory.
Although the French delegation
i cannot speak for the French guv-
Continued on Page 7A
HtMMARSItJOlt
tte few leek
voiced in the current issue of the
Catholic weekly. "America." by its
editor-in-chief. Father Thurston N. I rcporV(>d''fron/r'airo'lhaV "the Set
Davis, a leading Jesuit spokesman. JJJ drjve to hui]d up ,he armjes
As an example, the editor of the of Egypt. Syria and Yemen was
Catholic organ cites the formal op : viewed by diplomats in the Middle
position of the American Jewish i East as a concerted effort to es-
Congress to the inclusion of the tablish a powerful friendly force at
qw stion of religion in the U.S. de I 'he back door of the Wests north-
cennial census for 1960 because f tier defenses. The Soviet Union
the Inclusion of this question tends ls reported to be supplying some
to "divide and classify Americans'of the latest model MIG-19 jet
in categories of religion.-, and non- fiwhter planes to Egypt and Syria
religicMas and sub-calegorie.s of sect nd is sending two submarines to
and denomination" which is alien the Syrians as a Mediterranean
to American traditions. supplement to the three already
delivered to Egypt," the Time*
reports said.)
The Israeli spokesman reveal-
ed that in 1955 the Israel Gov-
ernment extended an invitation
to two top-rank in* Soviet lead-
ers, Dmitri Sheoilov, the since-
deposed Soviet Foreign Minister,
and Anastasi Mikoyan, Soviet
Deputy Premier. The two de-
clined the invitation with the ex-
Continued on Page 7 A
KONKAD ADtNAUCfl
. m-n *f Areas
Bonn to Hold Off Formal
Diplomatic Relations Until
After W. German Elections
The editor of "America" also
cites the objection of Jewish or-
ganizations to the introduction of
"even a minimal program of
non-sectarian instruction in re-
ligious values into the New York
City public scool system." The
firm closing of "Jewish ranks on
this subject was dramatized Dec.
3, 1955, when every rabbi in the
city opposed the program un-
Continued on Page 2A
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Governments of Israel and West
Germany will act next month to
set a specific date for the Mtab-'
lishment of diplomatic rail
on the Ambassadorial level in the
near future, it was learned from
Infoitzesd sources here this v. These sources said narm pi
proposed ambassadors will be ex-
changed at the same time, and
the announcement of the appoin'
roents will take place after the
September elections in the Bonn
Republic.
It was reported also that
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
will hold off on the formal an-
nouncement until after the
elections to make certain that
if the Arab states carry out
their threat t- retaliate with
diplomatic recognition of the
puppet East German Commun-
ist regime, the West German
opposition parties will not be
able to use it as a campaign
issue.
While the right wing Herut
party was expected to object, a
number of factors were listed by
these observers as likely to di-
Continued on Page I A
imarskjo/d Declares Arab Boycott Block to Settlement
1 NATIONS (JTA) -
^marskjolcl. United Na-
*_*) General, indica-
** I" lei. that Arab
P^U-Arab relations.
de the observation in re
u^h f.,||,IWed a reitera-
f secretary General of
d wm" had and
Hen h,,1,'i1
*nt "f Middle East
conditions. He cited the "very
great quiet" existing on the Is-
raeli-Egyptian border. When he
was asked whether the continuing
Arab economic warfare did not
impair his "psychological" situa-
tion, he replied that it was indeed
a "dead weight" on efforts to
bring about improvements.
He revealed that ho had
taken up with Egypt the mat-
ter of the arrest 1 Raphael
Eylon, the Israeli sailor taken
off the Israeli-chartered Danish
ship, "Brigitte Toft," July M.
and since held in an Egyptian
(Eylon was released by Egypt
early Wednesday, being eat
across the Gaza Strip to Israel-
Ed. Note).
____________ .------
prison. Me emphasized ha
would have done this without
Israel's request.
Mr. Hammarskjold declined to
pass judgment on the dispute be-
tween Col. Byron V. Leary, acting
Chief of Staff of the UN Truce
Supervisory Organization, and Is-
rael on the issue of UNTSO oper-
ations in the demilitarized Syrian-
Israeli scene. The Secretary Gen-
eral said this was a question of
interpreting the Syrian-Israeli ar-
mistice agreement. He noted
merely that Israel claims full sov-
ereignty over the area while
UNSTO believes it has certain
rights in the area.
(Earlier in the week. Col. Leary
reported to Mr. Hammarskjold
that Israel had refused his re-
quest to establish a UN obser-
vation post at the new bridge
spanning the neck of Lake Huleh
on the Syrian-Israel frontier, and
has so far ignored his request to
place a permanent UN mission at
Mishmar Hayarden. a settlement
on the Jordan River under recent
Continued on Page 5 A
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Augusl 16, 1957
ian Named for
[Goodwill Tour
piinenl local, civic and wel-
der ha- been named by the
fewish \ppoal to visit three
.,.,,,., j, a member of a
rule goodwill tour.
Heiman. of Coral Gables,
hair-man ol the Greater Mi-
nbined Jewish Appeal and
k,.r of id'' I'JA national
fcn cabinet, will speak in
krizona and California, ac-
ll word received here by
and tli<' Greater Miami
federation.
j business executives and
Lr(| leaders from all parts
I country, who ara clot* to
\ii\ and the Middlo East
fcn, are being asked to visit
rt cities t- tall Jawish
Crities how UJA mat tha
lation crisis, and of plans
i coming year.
n visit* Israel and the
Ea.-t in 1956 as a member
UA Overseas Study Mis-
Bo personally interviewed
1 im behind the
rtain wh > were on their
Israel and saved by UJA
.man wa> among the first
to upeak with families
llanil. Hungary and other
Intrnlli-1 ireas.
[ turn to the United
Beiman accepted the post
Iman ol Greater Miami's
k, Ri Fund. This was
Ji mill Jewish Appeal's lo-
in behalf of I'JA's na-
|ive for V.'Mi.ooo.OOO to res-
in Egypt, Hungary and
bit But
leave- this week for
\k City i i .it tend a meeting
UA ant l-raeli officials
the lodwill tour.
urn NtimM
ling Program
it North Dade
hensivi' program of build-
ue-modelmii is now under
ft North Hade Jewish Cen-
Oreenberg, chairman of
iine o>-nmittee revealed
lay Plans include the com-
lfleeoration and enlarge
Be Center's auditorium to
paci:> of 750 people.
(offices are also planned
include, in addition to
bi's study, a board of di-
room, as wall as a li-
|Th entrance of the Cen-
1 be renovated to face the
1st, with a larqa foyer
on the offices and social
hew classrooms are being
I'" "late the in-
n the Center's
Bool i;, office* and so-
*dl I completely air-
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Beach Auditorium
Holy Day Services
For Emanu-EI
Imh Holiday services for Tem-
111 'Emanu-EI will be held at the
'lami Beach municipal auditorium
at Washington ave. and 17th st..
directly across the street from the
Temple, with Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
Samuel Friedland. president of
the Congregation, announced Wed-
nesday that the temporary move
will be made during the High Holi-
day season only, to accommodate
the growing membership of the
Temple.
The holidays.-which will begin
with' Rosh Hashona on the evening
of Sept. 25. 26 and 27. and Yom
Kippur. beginning the evening of
Oct. 4 and 5, will be celebrated
at the auditorium "in the complete
sanctity of synagogue atmosphere."
Friedland said. Special Ark and
pulpit fittings are being designed
for the services.
The 3,500 seat auditorium is air-
conditioned, and seating will be
available to teen-agers and young
adults along with their parents.
Temple Emanu-EI Sanctuary will
be used for children's services.
There will be no special services
for young people, as in the past,
since they will be accommodated
this year in the auditorium, Fried-
land explained.
'sroeJ Center Will
D'r" Doy Seminar
fh Israel Northskla Center
f. f"r "- second High Holy
imar seSMOn Tuesday eve-
' Center. 6500 N. Miami
[Abrahim Herson will dis-
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Miami, is 5 p.m. Mrs. Rachel Sak-
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are for the Child Rescue Fund in
Israel.
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Page 3-A
50,000 Arab Refugees Absorbed
JERUSALEM has absorbed 50,000 Arab refu-
gees since the original offer made
several years ago to accept 100,-
000 and any additional resettle-
ment must await the permanent
settlement of the majority of the
remaining refugees in Arab coun-
tries, Israeli sources said Wed-
nesday. This Israeli position was
expected to be stated when the
refugee problem is raised in the
forthcoming United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly in September, the
sources said.
It was learned meanwhile that
the United States had asked |
Henry R. Labouisse, head of the t
United Nations Relief and Works
Administration, to study the pos-|
sibilities of refugee resettlement
in Iraq and that Mr. Labouisse re-
fused, saying he did not want to'
create Arab hostility. Mr. La-!
bouisse recently visited Washing-
ton in a futile bid for increased
allocations for UNRWA. the Eis-,
enhower Administration promis-'
ing only to continue its 80 per-
cent share.
The Israeli sources said they
expected strong pressure on Is- |
reel, during forthcoming Gen-
eral Assembly discussion on
the UNRWA budget, to agree
to give the Arab refugees free
choice to return to Israel or
resettle in Arab countries. This
is an approach understood to
be strongly favored by the
United States.
The U.S. is reported here to
believe that if it wepe made clear
to the refugees that a return to
Israel means acceptance of un-
wsu-Mtsm
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conditional loyalty to Israel and
agreement to be resettled like all
other refugees, rather than a re-
turn to their former homes, very
few of the Arab refugees would
choose to return, the majority ac-
cepting resettlement in Arab
countries.
The Israeli sources also dis-
closed that Israel plane to ex-
plain in the General Assembly
that any additional acceptance
of refugees must be the final
stage in a general resettlement
plan.
It was also pointed out that if
resettlement in Israel went on
simultaneously with settlement in
Arab countries, the effect of free
choice would actually be to pre-
vent settlement in the Arab
lands.
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LEO MINDLIN......................................News Editor
Volume 31
Number 33
Fridav. August 16, 1957
'19 Av 5717
The Fight for Economic Freedom
More Demanding Today Than Ever
Greater Miami's Israel Boik
::ice again eves the fprthcoi
~ay season as a time for Jewi
i hearts and
.-hose of bonds.
The com
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'.ami beg
Some in 3 {o1"
gear's goa alee.
: Local Jewry' purchased a
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.0 goal.

: s of the
iel Bond d:ive help the Jewish State
in economic tsrms the independence -
the battlefield in 1946 is had ag<
to affirm in the face of continuing
conniving to destroy her.
Israel has just passed through one of the
most difficult years since the establishment of
Btatehood. Not the least of her many trials
has .ncluded the heroic Sinai campaign in an
effort to break the Arab blockade of Israsli
shipping through the Suez Canal and the Straits
:an.
The military preparedness which Israel de-
s but which she must nevertheless main-
. a cssure her freedom, saps her available
:e0-..rces and leaves Jewish State leaders per-
iced before the continuina need to maintain
the development of the state's eco-
: and industrial frontiers.
He's Got the Wrong Total
Pre- I ..s week assured
. that the Eisenhower Doctrine for the
has already improved conditions
:ea.
Considering the fact that the doctrine is
principally designed to contain Communism
the Arab nations, we wonder about the
following:
Russia continues pouring in military
supplies to Syria, with the Syrians increas-
ing their border operations against Israel.
Egypt's Col. Nasser, whom Eisenhower
policy saved from destruction early in 1957,
these ft. 'vhich thG
to squelch in their war of attrition
Israel.
Bw in Grec:- r and across
the : important area of
. the purchase of In
tiow the
h State employs in
nomic progress.
.-..dual's answer to
tile '
hat may.
WHEN GERMANY
on Austn* m ^
Anschluss, two fcS
cians decided in nn^y
na come what pa^
their Und and their hm
knew no other. T^t
with one m hi* d
and he urrumbed t,
, ,-, ni JewishncM in a Nazi world. The other urvived
meted out inferior peoples by Hitler's erstwhile super
he holds a high ranking position in Vienna's \ltVe J^J!
pital, which also includes an Altersheim (home of the *k1i|i
290 persons
Dr Matthias Reich today sits in his rooms on the
, and ponder* hit peculiar problem on. which the J
American philanthrophy might make seem somewhat
Nonetheless, tor him and his hospitalized change-, it is imm
on insurmountable. To cook three meals a day (or the
ick whose ranks swell to some 350 personsV
Passoveris a task far in excess o| the m-i^mji
rent capsbillttw
Hopelessly behind the times, the kitchen needs modem]
menl For l>i Reich. $1,000 would be a hea\en-ent sum.
courageous challenger of the twentieth century superman en
tato peeler is the salvation of his fellow Jewish re
Viei I
History changes our values. Where the determination\$i
was their si Ic expression of defiance against the humiliatm
man cannibalism hardly more than a decade ago an automitirf
: todaj seems a golden chalice just beyond retch i
..( patients and resident ;,t \ \|leri
re the thoughts in Dr. Reich's mind a- he|
on tli- I.ottnngerstrasse.
.- ^*. -'- -*-
THf NATURf Of JfWfSH SMVrVAl
ISTORY HAS THUS changed Dr. Reich's VI
H
Jewish world would h
Dandy Dag Confesses
D.: old has meant many things
:>eople. The early years of his office
as United Nations Secretary General brought
him praise from all guarters and, at least, re-
spectable silence from the Communist bloc.
seemed accolade enough from the
Soviet sphere, which helped unseat Dag's pre-
decessor, Tryqvie Lie, with the campaiqn slo-
Ihat Lie was allegedly prejudiced against
the East.
But Hammarskjold has been coming un-
der increasing crossfire from UN member na-
tions of varying allegiances. Not the smallest
portion of this crossfire is the direct result of
his handling of the world crisis resulting from
last October's Israel campaign in Sinai.
There is more evidence of Hammarskjold's
pro-Arab prejudice than that he consistently
ruled in opposition to Israel's case. Fact is that
Hammarskjold has shown little interest to un-
derstand the difficult position in which the
Jewish State finds itself as a result of Arab
insistence on belligerent riqhts against Israel.
The most telling criticism directed at the
UN official came early in 1957 from Israel's
Foreign Minister Golda Meir. Insistinq upon
Israeli withdrawal from Sinai without demand-
ma Egyptian abandonment of the nqht to bellig-
erency Hammarskjold subsequently bogged
down Near East affairs in a mire of Arab prop-
aganda that found the UN in outrageous sup-
port of Pan-Arab policy.
Whereupon. Mrs. Meir challenged Ham-
marskjold to get bom Arab officialdom an an-
swer to Israel's ceaseless quesUon: Will the
war of attrition end?
Hammarskjold capitulated, sent off Mrs
Meir s request but did not pursue the matter
of getting an answer with even an infinitesimal
.. d now is staggering. Thus in his
friends here. Many Miami..-
II ReiCD ponder wisely t>ut not too long; I
id) trickle of faith ia an n-1 Uon of,
throu [1 the whir of an automatic potato peeler,
storj ol a proud community stripped to the incapacity of 1
, rilled with the stuff that has spelled survival hf
Jl ur> through 'lit the I
The nature Of this stuff is often the core of mj talk hert.i
I have never felt impelled to reduce it to specifics But the I
ol Dr Reich's problem are pithy and worthy ol discnschtl
becau Uautifuliy symbolize the Jewish c .minima,
who leel motivated to join the task of supplying the Alter
I much needed modem kitchen convenience can do thrw
mation available with this column; many people will be;
the) shall prevail, whether or not their story proves
others as it has to me.
For the secret of Jewish survival lies in an accepUual
quotidian rather than in rebellion against it-in affirmttioil
world in whuh we live as a real thing rather than .. denial of II
lake of primitive mysticism. Because the Jew throughout Uj
baa com. titrated on potato peelers instead of the flagellasti
doth, because he sees piety in every daily andiotl
pulchral sanctimony; because exaltation of the human soul iir
the he) to brotherhood as an alternative to others only "
emerging tolerance ol opposing dogmafor all these reascwl
sun IV e
5 too, therefore will Dr. Reich and his many patients ail
dents ;,t ihe Altersheim survive, proud remnants of v"""|f
great Jewish community whether they sag an assist hers!
tatfl peeler or not. But it would be nice if the ..--i-t came.
onus or gfspofjsrerurr on tot cmwcm
THIS IS, PERHAPS, what a man like Father Thursl
1 nor of the Jesuit weekly. 'America." can not linrt'rs,*~l
IC ol America." Father Davis contends that there" j
u.o bond between Roman Catholics and Jews "I Ihf Vf
int to i remark by Pope Pius XI. who declared that a iooa
i- I -spiritual Semite." Father Davis feels that the more fn
his understand this phenomenon, the
are realizing the horizons of their faith.
ICf Devil then points to Jewish "co-existem<'
to I
in Spain and traces the alleged kinship between the renpi-
Abraham." All in all. the "America" editor calls upon
I ktholicj to acquire the Jews 'burning thirst for justice
with understanding and even fondness at our historic
Having discharged this heavy burst of fire, with th'I
the Church, he only a
! tuitw i ZnrlZrZtj n cons!?anien,s of ar^ fracwU,0n of the energy he had applied to the rid themselves what Father Davis feels is a **'* *2
marked Made in Russia. problem of dislodging Israel horn Sinai. Had ccor*n. to the t,me honored test: "U es gut Car YH
Undeterred, the U.S. sends Egypt arms. Da^ ^en as resourceful in this matter he
also, while Nasser threatens that they may would have {rced the Arabs to say one of two
very well be used against American troops lhings:
e honored test: u *u* tbf
good for the Jews'" In this test. Father Davis declares. (
himself of important moral identification with the
in the near future.
Marshal Zhukov, Soviet defense chief,
expects to visit Syria soon.
Ike either has poor advisors around him,
or his adding machine just doesn't figure.
First Things Due First
A plan announced in Hollywood this week
calls for the production of a movie next year
based on the Dead Sea SctoIIs.
If Hollywood's past performances are any
measure of what our future holds in store when-
ever its writers approach biblical subjects, we
may be in for a spine-tingling epic.
Our principle concern revolves about the
Yes. This would mean abandonment of
prior policy and setting the stage for final
peace in the Middle East.
No This would mean defiance of UN
decree, as well as of open confession to
violation of the 1949 Armistic Agreement.
. Dandy Dag has been rather silent since hi.
Some six months ago. Dag would nm
admit to the existence of suchVarfaVe
I find Father Davis presentation somewhat a">"s'ngo(
it does m his Jesuit publication so closely on ,hchM,lh.
v., .....,.. _____:.i. awlanation Of IB
the,'
XIIs recent audience in the Vaticaa with a delegation
Jewish Committee. In his message to the delegation. (
demned anti-Semitism in mildespecially mild for
gave the nod to his children at large that it hi ^tana
procedure today to let the Jews live unmolested.
A SUCMT CASC Of INACCVHrf NISTOtr
EATHCR DAVIS AND others are therefore
Cleansed by Papal decree, the Jew is a PPu'*r
n But energetic though he may be. Father Pa .
iara.lv on aUa iki.xl. IV. Jl even
All of which
"^Su,?_incr6as-gy on th
seems to place the burden of
problem of casting lust which handsome star, individual Am^ric^n I9 V Vhe shoulders of
we wonder will p ay the lead? History and nomic mdependence inTT?* hr~l' <*<>-
the scrolls themselves, we are certain, will be fare must b? aeEJri?n S uCe 0< ,h,s *<
o, relative inconseguence. can go Q ^*S %>?**
on the
tol*1,
tujl"1
sion But energetic though he may be. Katner l, ^"1
squarely on his thumb To discuss here the "*Pir ntlCin.--*,,l
Roman Catholics and Jews of the U.S. proves too.en ^ ^y
therefore result in too vitriolic vituperation ul
Observations la America." deserve equal answer ^, ^tf
For example, in speaking of Jewish "^'"'"''."farnous i
in Spain. Father Davis makes no mention of the "oB1rnun't!ri-d
which sapped the vitality of its glorious Jewish /\.,us,oU*}|
a rabbinic hex on the country, rid her of its Jew r|ck ajf
murder and torture of them in untold numbers on ^\
of Church dungeons and led to a vowrather law
never to return a ,
When ;, Man of the Cloth" entertains so ahse* .(15,,t
'co-existence" in hit need to flatter Papal inclina"
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DWlOPISRM win
ISRAEL
BON DS
I to right are Stanley Caidin, president of Men's Council
fnai B'rith in South Florida; Bernard H. Liberman. origin-
of unique plan to help Israel by sponsoring half of cost
pae' Bond; and president of Sholem Lodge, Harry Sch-
Sholem Lodge is first in country to act on new plan
sip Israel by buying bonds now when Jewish State
|s development funds most.
^lem Lodge to
lie Sunday
rrt Lewison, president elect
ml! B'nai B'rith. will
i lodge picnic Sun-
i! at the new
p:' md pavilion of Grey-
lr.uk
m ->''" will include
iwimmn i conteM and a
|ns match A special BOffM
for children
risen arc Harry S.
president, Sidney
mrr. Frank Jaffe, Sandfor
i i Liberman, Bernard
prk. Si I Caidin. Saul
Kli Huiwitz and David
r-'ws-r'wu
N C E SHRINKS
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ew Way
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ki at uffrfi made as-
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it,T/REPARATION H.
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IAMI TITLC
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Dag Blames Boycott for Hostility
Continued from Page 1 A
attack from Syria. The Israeli
delegation, which was consulted
on the report before it was cir-
culated, was understood to have
objected to it because of onc-i,|.-
edness.)
Th UN chief disclosed that
he had made an unsuccessful
attempt to devise procedures to
handle complaints involving
Article 1 Af the Syrian-Israel
Armistice agreement. Tho is-
sue arose when Israel asked
Col. Leary t investigate Israeli
charges of alleged Syrian viola-
tions of Article 1, which con-
stitutes a non-aggression trea-
ty. CoL Leary refused to con-
sider the charges based on Is-
raeli claims of Syrian aggres-
sive threats.
Under the proposed plan,
which the Secretary General said
had been rejected by the two
governments, the Secretariat
would have served as a "good of-
fices" committee for the contend-
ing nations, which do not other-
wise have diplomatic contacts on
matters which the Mixed Armi-
tice Commission does not take up.
He added that, despite thi
urc, there were still "ways and
means" to act and these were
being pursued.
Discussing t h e fOlthct
General Assembly. Mr. II I
marskjold said that he would
to sec the session, which open-
next month, take up "the Itmil
and concrete issues" sod
them, rather than rani;.- over
the problems of the Middle I
and get nowhere.
Youth Rally
Open in Israel
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
JKRUSALEMThe fifth interna
tional rally of Jewish youth partici-
pants in various educational activ-
ities opened here Tuesday with
nearly 2.000 in attendance.
Participants included young
men and women from the United
States, Britain, Canada, France,
Holland, Belgium, the Scandina-
vian countries, Switzerland, Ar-
gentina, Italy, Chile, Brazil, Uru-
guay and other countries.
One thousand of the young peo-
ple are attending various summer
institute*, and another 600 are vol-
unteer workers in border agricul-
tural settlement v
Speakers scheduled at the rally
included Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion, Dr. N'ahum Goldmann,
Eliahu Dobkin and Avraham Mar
man.
Cinerama Holiday Opens 6th Week
I.inn- de Rochemont's "Cinerama
Holiday." currently playing a lim-
ited engagement at the Roosevelt
Theatre enters its sixth week here.
The refreshing "holiday" fare,
which opened on July 4 for an
exclusive Florida run at the Roose-
velt, has proved an appropriate
summer offering to the many
thousands of vacationists who
chose Fldrida for their holiday
trip this year.
Because f the program's
themethe gay record ef two
second honeymoons, one in
America, the other abroadthe
feature was deliberately held up
for release until the summer
months, traditionally associated
with honeymooners and vaca-
tionists.
"Cinerama Holiday," chronologi-
cally the second presentation film-
ed in the unique three-eyed Cine
rama process, is actually the third
and latest Cinerama program to
be shown at the Roosevelt Theatre,
which is the only theatre through-
out Florida that can or will pre-
sent Cinerama shows.
Now being readied for an earlv
fall world premiere in New York
is the fourth Cinerama offering.
Lowell Thomas' "Search for Para-
disc."
Newcomers Welcomed
Women of Dade Heights .!
Community Center held a "gath
ering for newcomers" Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Henry Stem
860 NW 197th ter. Welcoming
new families were Mrs. R. Chail
and Mrs. I. Altes. Harold Sam
uels. Center president. pMBM
greetings.
New North County
GMJCC Branch Will
Open on Sept. 9
The new North County YMHA
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center is being pre-
pared for opening on Sept. 9, as a
new group work and leisure time
-t nice to the residents of the
north county area, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin. GMJCC president, reveal
ed Wednesday.
The existing property on the cor-
ner of NE 141st st. and 6th ave. i-
hcing remodeled and redecorated
to provide for a Nursery School
for children age three to six and
programs for children of grade
school age, teen-agers and adults.
Registrations for nursery school
are now being accepted. Head
teacher for the school will be Mrs.
Melvin Shrago, who formerly ser
ved in a similar capacity at the
Miami Beach Branch. Appointment
for registration at the school may
be made with Mrs. Ethel Grota>
man.
REV. GEWIRTZ
TAKES OVER
WHITMAN
MARKET
KAHBI STUN HAILS
new koshu on r a roes
KOSHER MEAT MARKET located
at 737 Washington Avenue
Rev. Lipa Gewirtz. well known
throughout thie area for his opera-
tion of the "Gl.it Kosher" Ram.ii
Hotel, together with hie son is now
operating the kosher meat market
at 737 Washiniton Avenue. Miami
Beach, formerly operated by Oavid
Whitman.
Rev. Gewirtz, a member of Beth
Jacob am Beth Ttilah Congrega-
tions, announces that h.s market
will operate under the strict super,
vision of the United Vaad with the
highest standards of Kashruth
maintained.
The market will offer the finest
quality of meats and poultry and
free delivery service.
Gewirtz Kosher Market
JE l 6409
AilVrft I
Make it a
Happy New Year
for someone in
ISRAEL
Send through
UNITED HIAS SERVICE
a Rosh Hashonah CARE
Kosher food parcel
Non-profit
Kosher
$100
Government ,
Aoorved Ond
Ration and
Tax free
$18 25
Conla
M its, Sugar, Shortening,
Cocoa. Chocolate.
Assorted Dried Fruits
For delivery bj Rosa Ha
Macr yossv efaWt nuu- ivitfi
UNITED HIAS SERVICE
425 LAFAYETTE STREET
New York 3, N. Y.
Or your local United Huu
office
INSURED SAVINGS EARN Vh%
_ CURRENT RATI
O PER ANNUM
LOW COST HOmt LOAMS TO 80 Y, BUILD, KlFINAMCl OK HP AM
coKviwfNT orritts serve hohidas fastest growing area
RESOURCES EXCEED 110 MILLION DOLLARS
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Miami's Bond Drive
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Final Restitution
Becomes Law in Bo*]
i \ After many years of (May. th l J^
v tlation concerned with riimpeniitiity
victim*, the SH>.000.000 Federal Restitution Uw. entered J
,l. Wlck throuuh publication "t the text in th,- FederalCuarll
Sko] "t.
"This soecii! drive." Mr. Shr
said, "fakes en added importance
now when Israel is faced wltl
the task of integrating in*"
economy close to 120,000 in
grants, who are flocking to her
shores from Egypt, Hungary and
ether lands. Israel Bonds must
help to provide homes and jobs
for these newcomers, s" that
they may quickly become self
sustaining cititens of their home-
land."
Shi r said, thai the 1st i<
in Miami's mmnniK u ,,. ,,.,:, to sell 1250.000 in State '
-tittrtM a '{ion A o mn camp. dufi ,h, llltn Hol, Day.
of the basic principle ^ Iw i^ eeting of the High Holj DV
* tradition, which w. recall at *fl
Co-Chairmen Named for High
Holy Day Synagogue Appeal
Israel
which deals with iden
'. prop rtj corif.ee*
the I rmer Gum Reich
the Nari era in ether West
> or in Berlin.prescribes
,im must be submitted by
1958, and in ccHatn cases
within the following year.^
rCc."m'pn7ation will be nMhj
Jcwjh belooflir^s "Arvanued
by the German Reich or by the
former Prussian state, by th.
German state railways and by
the statt postal system. Mainly
affected, in addition to real es-
tate, are securities confiscated
during the war, or else "sold" by
the Jews of Germany and Aus-
tria to pay the billion-mark
fine" exacted by the Hitler
Government in November IyM,
after the Paris assaaslnetieei o*
German Embassy attache eon
Rath.
No claims ran be tub
respect to Jewish pnm.
cated in K.im Cermanv,
the areas now under Pot
viet adniini-tratwn and
countries overnm bj
many. Nor does the in
Aryanizatioii-
were German mdiw)
porations such Nazis-era transac..
concluded under duress,
under restitution legu
|mi c il hy the Western
ten years ago, which
return of formerly Je
real estate, I usinessej,
at objects, etc., inal owner, to his heirs i
heirless property orga
n lraau'":i WOK'.....::" ",..... committee, il wai announced bj m
.his High Holidaj season. Th. Id w.ll.am Bornstem Wednesday
the I which ha-
I S300.000.000 national!)
its incepl
to pr
( :..:.- an
i li the i ''
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of the comn
pen the fall-winter Israel
munit) lea
- will pai Hie
ling will take place al the
Thursday noon.
Daniel Brisker, noted Israeli
educator and director of a Youth
Ahyah village, will speak at the
meeting.
Las! Mar. almosl $200,000 in Is-
rael Bonds was purchased in 15
ter Miami synagogues during
the High Holy !.>- This yew,
the High Hol) Da) goal is set tor
S2SO.O0O, Rabbi Abramowitt and
Bornsteui
KABBI Marfff 4BRAM0WITZ
"The key importance of the
Israel Bond campaign is dra-
matically focused by the effort
in the synagogues of Greater Mi-
ami," Bornstein explained. "For m A) Vi./h |k an,, work|n|
the money raised through the I ,h( director (H this
sale of these bonds const.tutet a y^{h ^^ h| f(, m ._,,, ,
immigrant" in the village, drawn
WIUIAM BORNSTEIN
loan to Israel for economic de-
velopment, which has enabled
Israel to sustain a population
which has almost tripled since it
was established as an indepen-
dent state in May of 1948."
Since 1951 Brisker has been liv-
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
IB III A KOSHEI CATltlll
1 ^^J gajW from dors t'oeavres fa a complete buffet
170 N. W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 9-7996
Under Rabbinicol Sueervisiaa
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS
FINEST IN KOSHER DINING
Catering For All Occasions
940 71st St., Miami Beach
s
Take L Bus Direct to Us
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Open Daily at 4 p.m. iCIoaed Sat.
from the world.
Bom in Rumania in 1912, the 1
young Zionist leader left the Eas-
tern European land for Palestine ,
in 1940 and studied at the Haifa '
Technion until he joined with a
group of friends and established
a new settlement called Kfar
Glick British Army, serving with the
corps of Royal Engineers and
reaching the rank of Lance Ser-
geant before he was demobiliied.
in 1941 Bi 111 a enl bj the
youth department of
the J< to WOrt ill the
United States with Zionist youth
th unit-
" D his
wort m America Brisker livi
them
The jewelry, silver and gold that
Uayi r had to be delivered up for almost
nothing at the same time, is as a
rule, also within the scope of the
law Its provisions also apply to
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the German invasion of neighbor-
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1963 Amounts up to $4,750 are
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claims running to higher figures,
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such fashion that the total expen-
diture for the West German treas-
ury does not exceed $357,000,000.
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ZHUKOV WILL VISIT SYRIA IN THE NEAR FUTURE
..
Continued from Page 1 A
cut* they could not fit uch
trip into their schedules.
The Israeli .spokesman said that
IS SecrHary of Slate John Foster
Dulles was '-very sympathetic and
MHtonUHlllnf" Israel Am-
bassador Abba Elian brought to
Ul ...lention the question of Soviet
arms bttBfl HVpllad to Syria. He
said that Israel has no confirma-
tion as yet of the report that S>
has obtained two submarines b
l.u-sia. However, he warned that
an accumulation of arms has a ten-
dency to culminate in disturban-
of peace. At the same time he
i made it clear that Israel does not
j think there is immediate danger
I of a "blowup." because time I
; (| uired by Syria to learn to use the
nov ly supplied Soviet arms.
*

w,hY Margoshes leads Beth David Nursery
d durinq recent holiday festival. Left to
1T0U
aht are Michael Wolland, Jay Ossip. Faith
Lor Lewis Fogel. Bruce Witkind. Debra
cheinberg, Rita Carol Rudner, Denny Lipson,
Denise Lipson and Andy Gudwin. Nursery
school is now accepting registrations at Beth
David for fall term. Children age three to five
are eligible to participate in bilingual pro-
gram. ________
\acred Writings Arriving Safely
A 17-year-old story is opening
, new chapter in the case of rare
hanuscripts written by Rabbi
L0he Shick and Rabbi Shlomo
Lnzfned. authors of the famous
Fkitzur Shulchan Aruch."
In 1940, when Rabbi Tibor
Rtern. spiritual leader of Beth
lacob Congregation on Miami
ieach. arrived in the United
States, several of his former col-
leagues began sending him the
ibbis Shick and Ganzfried man-
Uscnpts
en's Club Summer Social
Unta P. ( hanning. president of
I, Hen's Hub of Temple Emanu-
this week announced a summer
xial in the form of a barbeque
(id square dance Saturday evening
Waldman's Crown hotel. The
(f/air will feature an old-fashioned
Mtesnonal square dance caller,
i well as ball room dancing.
According to Rabbi Stern,
the manuscripts rm about 125
years old and do*I with com-
mentaries on the Talmud.
As World War II spread across
Europe, the manuscripts stopped
coming. Today, 17 years later,
they are arriving once more.
Some of Rabbi Sterns friends,
who survived the holocaust, re-
cently returned to Tarzel. Hun-
gary, to look for the Shick-Canz-
fried manuscripts, which they
had buried for safe-keeping.
"Thoy'ro afraid to send the
manuscripts in on* shipment,"
Rabbi Storn explains, "because
the Communist regime might
whatever 'Q.
the occasion...'
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stop thorn." Transference of
the valuable works is therefore
taking place through a pre-
arranged exchange of letters.
"Throo shipments of these lot-
tors have already arrived
hare," Rabbi Storn told The
Jewish Floridian Wednesday.
The Beth Jacob spiritual leader
is currently studying the manu
scripts, and he expects them "to
throw new light on many com-
plicated Talmudic matters."
As soon as they are assembled,
Rabbi Stern will publish them in
their original form, together with
his commentary.
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jrion Kills Formal
tot with France
Continued from Paga 1 A
mment. its members have been
Mistently advocating an alliance
puring their current vi-it.
In.' beliel ol the French delega-
tion in the need for a formal alli-
ance had been stressed by Mr.
loustelle in a speech before the
Israel, French Friendship League
then the French leader said the
ped stemmed not only from, good-
kill between the two countries but
klso fn>ni the basic needs of both
Minns m the Middle East. Mr.
Boustelle told the meeting that if
Israel had not been in existence,
Ihe world would by now have wit-
(MMd Syrian volunteers" with
Russian weapons participating in
he North African rebellion.
Flaqler Names Rabbi Alstet
A spiritual leader who 31 years etteville. N.C Temple; "*
agJ SSTln the pulpit of Beth ved a. auxiliary .haplam at Ft.
David Congregation is returning to
Miami to become rabbi of Flagler
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter. He is Rabbi Murray A. Alstet.
whose last post was with Temple
Israel in Daytona Beach.
He will fill the v
Bragg, N.C, as wall as regular
chaplain at tho Veterans Hos-
pital there.
Rosenfeld has had experience in
.public relations and information,
Je v 'serving as editorial consultant at
acancy left by, Homestead Air Force Base. Also
Rabbi Leo Heim, who recently re-1 g skied photographer, he has been
turned as spiritual leader of Hia- j;_____t canah r,a weeklv
leah Miami Springs Jewish Center.
ff lagler-Granade also announc-
ed Wednesday tho appointment
of Paul Rosenfeld as the Center's
now executive director.
Rabbi Alstet was educated at the
Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan in
New York. Ordained at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, he also received a Bachelor
of Arts degree from the College, of
the City of New York and a Mas-
ters degree from Columbia Uni-
versity.
He has boon spiritual leader
of Sunnysido Jewish Center,
Long Island, N.Y.; rabbi of Fay-
editor of a Savannah. Ga., weekly
and is presently attending the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he is work-
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Hebrew Univ. Honor Dr. Goldstein
At invitation cf House Foreign Affairs Committee, leaders of
U.S. Catholic, Jewish, Protestant communities testif;ed recent-
ly on "religious and moral foundations of foreign aid" in na-
tion's Capital. Organized Jewish community wa= represented
by Dr. Abraham J. Feldman of Hartford (right';, retirina presi-
dent of Synagogue Council of America, central national aqen-
cy comprising Conservative, Orthodox, Reform Jewry. Dr.
Feldma.i was accompanied by SCA executive director Rabbi
Marc H. Tanenbaum (not present1. Shown (left to riqht* are
Congressmen Carnahan and Gordon, chairmen of House For-
eign Affairs Committee and Subcommittee on Foreign Aid, re-
spectively; Father James L. Vizzard, Catholic Assn. for Inter-
national Peace; Dr. Kenneth L. Maxwell, director of DeDt. of
International Affairs, National Council of Churches; and Rabbi
Feldman.
IHE WEEK... BI SEE IT
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NEW yOHX \ -ynaRORue
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I'rael President tfihek Ben-
Zvi and other Israeli dignitaries
present at the ceremony paid
special tribute to Dr. Goldstein
as a man of spirit and action,
dedicating his life to the Jewish
people."
In responst Dr Goldstein 11
.1 his gratitude, pointing out
thai the i adds i Hen til
mension to the I'niversitj moral
I and spiritual importan
Coin
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Sharett Hits New
Gurion Proposal
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nm i< another ir. n lertes of article, prepared bv spiritual
P" f ,, The Jewuh Flondian "Rabbinical Comer in cooper-
H i ,, Greater M*"" Rtbhnical An. Rflbbi Abraham
E""* ""' l Tdereth Zsrel North.idc Center, it coordinator of this
tenon. ", "im
Lts. r -'-m-
|e Torah Speaks to Us
If Service of the Heart
RABBI A3RAHAM HERSON
i(h Israel Northside Center
Nt for rclijjIW
itual emanation,
L and sound of
Uthui i mergea the eter-
| rorah: -Love the
vour .:id tent Him
and urnl."
,, i [or >e!li-h
purpose of '>!>-
L .- not true love.
must be 'me-
i ure love. To
1 I anlom lachpor..
I 'is (iesecra-
1 of the ;:,ine of < I
j, : telf-aggan-
| little of true
The lack of
ill ol '.!> lack
uiidi -r-t.indtnii
Mainionidea in
the Perplexed"
: God is ldin
|< with | wledge of Him."
ntit) In earthly
h perlormance of
, may be dif-
knl reach out to God.
I trui God ia reflected
IMDltUGHJIHG TIME
19 Av 6:33 pjn.
in human behavior. For this rea-
son our Torah reminds us to
". serve Him with all your
heart and soul."
The word "service" in the He-
brew vernacular is "Avodah."
Avodah can mean work or labor,
and avodah also means prayer
service"tr-filah."
To some it is a task to attend
a religious service. To others it
may be a social occasion. The
KM 'if which the Torah -peaks
is the sei vie of the heart. It is __
a flaming desire of the soul to
, h out to God. The purity of
Judaism demands the perfect
heart, the sincere spirit.
This ideal is again clarified
when the Torah -pinks: "Know
that nan d.itii Ml live by bread
only, but by everything that pro
I oat ol th- mouth of the
Lord doth man live The physi-
cal well-being of man is very im-
portant. Moaak Law and the
later lea placed the welfare
of the human above religious ser-
vices. But man must know that
Ml life depends upon everything
that procecdeth out of the mouth
of the Lord." Man. in order to
prolong his days on earth, should
concern himself with spiritual
nourishment even as he regards
his physical well-being.
The need today is not for lip
arvtoe. but for the service of
God. "Proclaim yourself solemnly
and joyfully, servant of God." Be
a "servant of God" and serve Him
with gladness, and in so doing put
meaning into the words: "Bish-
God. This quest for rededication
to the service of God and man
may well be illustrated by the
chasidic narrative of Rabbi Ber
Radishetzer who, when critically
ill, addressed his disciples in the
following manner:
"It is usual in these circum-
stances to make a deathbed can-
fession, but what shall I say?
Shall I declare that I have sinned
when I know not of any sin; shall
1 speak falsehood in my condi-
tion? Shall I vow to devote more
time to the service of God, and
to serve Him with more dili-
gence? But I know that I have
done all in my power.
"All I can do now is to vow
that if my days are lengthen) d I
Paqa 9-A
shall strive to improve my ser-
vice. I shall make it adhere more
and more to the pure motive or
serving God for His sake only,
since the more one does so, the
more he receives room for bet-
terment." .
Pure service emanates from the
true knowledge of God, and the
true appreciation and evaluation
of mans purpose of life on earth.
We can, if we will, permit our
intelligence to enlarge, to broad-
en our vision and to grow better
and greater while the br^th of
life is still within us. A realization
of true service of God and our
fellow man will eventually man
our own world, and the world for
our children, a better place in
which to live. _______

RABBI ABRAHAM HERSON
. ."fo broaden our vision'
Spy Files Appeal of Verdict
JERUSALEM (WNSi -Father
Joachim El-Anthony, former head
of the Coptic Christian community
in Israel who was sentenced to 12
| years for espionage d an
vili nivra hnolam" "for my sake, appoal against hit conviction
the world was created." At the trial, the prosecutioi
In addition to the -ervice of ^ueed a- evidence a note COI
All tn.vlt-..... "
Q id there i- the great and noble
Ideal ol rvlce to our fellow
man. Cod truly la not in need ol
man's service. Did He not say,
To what purpose is trie multi-
(.f your sacrifices unto Me?"
"Wasb you, make you clean, put
away the evil ol your doing- from
B Mine eyes; cease to do
evil."
"Learn lo do well. Seek justice,
relieve the oppressed. Judge the.
fatherless, plead for the widow."
I; raining from evil muH be
coupled with positive human ser-
vice. Through pure service of
God man will open his eyes to
the needs of humanity.
We are aware of philanthropy
in our age. yet the spirit of true
service to our needy brethren
must reach out to greater heights
and vaster proportions. While
the spirit of philanthropy comes
to some as rays of light driving
awav the darkness, as encourage-
ment to others, the bulk of hu-
man ills and woes remain.
The Torah urges us to redcdi-
cate ourselves wholeheartedly to
|Bg detail- on the location I :
ous military airfields, arm
mands and ammunition fad
The incriminating material was
found on the priest as he was re-
turning from Jordan through the
official border oost at Jerusa-
lem's Mandelbaum Gate last
October. Among the documents
found on his person were visit-
ing cards rsf Egyptian intelli-
gence officers.
The defense was that th<- accus-
ed priest was collecting the ma-
terial for a book he hoped to write
on Israel when peace is establish-
ed lietween the Arab statM and
Israel.
The appeal i- bated on the con-
tention that the defendant had
i been found guilty ol men
I porting aerosN the demarc;
' line three Israel Government ">
| books which, they claimed, were
:,,,liable for purchase at ovei
1 book shops and did not contain im-
portant information.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Judaism. Rabbi
ave. American
Abraham Cassel.
e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
PYI p m fefctui
Math ^Services in (greater
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tavni
iGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
rtatui da) I .i ir
rbouhta of
^NSHE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
Cantor Samuel Salkow.

lETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
lurvative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
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ETH EL. SCO SW 17th ave. Or-
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Cantor Samuel Salkow.
9NW3rdi:;:v:1,:;1?,-';,;^r^'.::.:VK^
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
Conservative. Rabbi David W.
nan,
BETH RAPHAEL.
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HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. [Ith st.. Homestead. Conservative.
M-*-rss Gerti officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
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form. Rabbi Minard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
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servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekov
sky.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN
TER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Con
servative.
la) 1:1! i> mi
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
,-. .i ,. i:ii n.in Bermoni tte. Battir-
il.iy Hi:l". a.m.

I TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701
Washington eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor la-
reel Reich.
I--, i.i.. v I SO p in Baturday a.m.
Sermon "Weeklj Portloi

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
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rrld*) S:IS p. I" "'":;","'
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 520 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop

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way. Conservative.
Teitler Unveiling
Dedication of a Monument
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JENNIE TEITLER
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uill Sunday, August 18th at 2 p.m.
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include her husband.
Al. Manny, Jack.
I, ic and Herman: DM daMthfaf,
Bca Teitler.
friends and 'fiaoi r.< are
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Me fotf/e ^/Wrf Injustice Waged by Louis Marsha
........_............____ -, ..tbtv. e.i^j v.r^h.iii MMd manv ca LOUIS MARSHALL: CHAMPION OF LIBERTY Selactod
Papers and Addresses. Edited by Charles RtmikoH.
With an Introduction by Ostar Handlin Vol. I 500 p*v
Philadelphia: The Jewish Poblicat.on Society of Amir-
ica. $10. (2 vol.'
THE JEWISH PUBLICATION S \mer:ea v
cently put out a beautifully printed I
volume collection of Uh
one of the foremost jurists
Marshall, wfa
Jewish Commit)
!ved in nearly ever) import!
n which took |
are a
_ Irj ami his _: al
v. .
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V,-shall argued many case* before the t'nited Stales
Supreme C rt Htd presented brief- before the New York
courts; often, he had the satisfaction of teeing his
beliefi bei am part ol the bod) ol American law In the
H | Irsvestj of justice which readers may
renumber a. having taken (>!-* in Georgia in 1915. Mar-
rfunenl as upheld by the dissent, but later be-
came the b..si- ol the opinion ol the Court in a del IsfOB
. .i. ..J.._ _________ .. 1 ... '
ol law'
came
vital to the interpretation of the due proceai
: irould no longer '* possible (or an accused man
I in a court "paralysed bj mob domination," as
ras i
i| -he moal inter' ttles, however, never
:. hut were foughl out quietly and
ind paper Marshall's efforts against
rn Independent which
MMLTO\ ERIEBMAX
How Council for Judaism Assists the Arabs
AN EVALUATION OF
^ in the United States ;
Zionist Jews more cred I
tha:: to Al
The propaganda research project
Sps aks for the Arabs?" I: .
ialist on v t the Sd
nal Studies, John H
published in Beirut by "Mi l<
it is now bein.' distributed by the Eg
apparatus.
The Kerr study credits the ant. Z
'
redil for i
the ACJ by Kerr in the material which
now distributing to
Work of the Arab Information Center in \Yw \
'is buttressed by the norm
of the Arab Embassies : which the Ej
the most active Mure is probabij accomplished, how-
bj several American organizations notabl) the
American Friends ol the Middle East Desci
non-partisan, non-political group concerned with re-
ligious, cultural and social relations, AFME is in fact
steadfastly pro-Arab.
Kerr reported tha? AFME includes among its mem-
Mrs the well-respected name, ol former diplomats and
BAMB SCnWARTZ
businessmei The
Dr Edward I. K I
ttoi v.
Turning to what it considers another i Arab
Kerr stud) described how the
ludaism (tensive public
in which it ii felt, it has
.- both AFME and the Arab Informs
\' executive director, Is
"in that "preclael) because we are
ul I take step* against fellow Jews,
evaluation reports on agi-
l.ihenthal. identifying him ... "an anti-
Dthal's book u bal Pi iel?"
standard text m the anti Zionist
* new Iran from group -parked bj Lilienthal,
immittee for Security and Justice in the
ill "presumabl) furnish valuable reinforce
Kerr -.
But what oi the 400.000 to BOO.000 Americans of Arab
lit' It was lound by Kerr that "on the whole it
cannot be said that the> have showed the active interest m
Middle East politics that American Jews have nor are
thej as extensivel) organited for anj purpose, political or
otherwise Thej are "loosel) represented' 'bv the Na-
tional Assn of Federation, of Syrian Lebanese American
The Day Rabbi Wise Became a Protestant
RABBI ISAAC M. WISE ,
It was in his i
p :
ibbi and r, te 1 make his point
i Protestanl
faith So he
HERBERT G. fJFT^
On Silk Stockings'
uT'. UncoInS
of B eK\y *"" '" >ndei I ,,llllv
;;"',!' ** Pope under
JJJ from
eath.
"ClUC STOCKINGS." Arthur
MGM, is the screen
man. Leueen McGrath and
which in turn was a musks
s?aarL-UiAB5tt
"" but a minority
a retained bis post until
Mo||\-(lOd
\rthur Freed s production | Most of the early President ,\
version of the George S Haul- UMariu. Wash,,., l//^'' UlUt *"- NTI
1 Abe Burrows Broadway show. I \\h>n I <""n"1" h,m-'f <">
ical adaptation of the Ernst I.u- commitment from him th.v J ^ '"u-h[ '" a
Play bv the Huno:,,-,,., ...,. of n,,..,,.... "."" <"> presented h.m -,.i. "
vs& aS^atar
child -Ninotchka. ^ ^ ,nd^^"'"e hraj. '"swered all ,he quest,,^' fj^\. ^^ '"x">
Cyd Charisse ,Vrt t,. v.,..- .... .. 6 n ^'Won.
MHISSHOLAR-.
Cyd Charisse iMrs Tonv Martin' who alii
ers on a pair of extremely wel.-shaped Jam ,, *
G.rbo but an intelligent performer reflecting he o,e d,
v.vre of a fugitive from Soviet bureaucracy Fred 4 ,a.r!
is getting a bit too strained for the role ,,f tL 1 ^
lover but j, .tlI, bniIlant m ,he ^/etep^enT'pete
Lorre is wasted as a sour-faced comedlan *hi?I i I
Buloff (from the Yiddish stage, and Jules Muth Ph
hilanously funny as two debased ZSlX^tjZ
George Tobias as their boss ,n the ministry
w of the Lubitsch original8,w?ra ^^"^
laborat.on w.th Billy wilder) nor does ;? '" T
.augh, us the hard way tha, Z fSSMSETS
Communism is m wholesome object for cornedT
r. M|^fr'e Moln&st*r" the Herman Wouk epic aaU
start shooting on location. Aue 19 with !;.
directing for producer Milton Sperling "^
published the forgery. "Protocols of lh. P1J
began in 1920 and did not cease until beL1*1
Ford a public retraction of the anti-W^****
1927 Letters to the President. t ^^ "W*
Ford compete with aide-letters to frunrt ^
ritiwns for the Starter, attention Th, iHV
fantastic and fascinating. ^ who|
thai
No leas fantastic, though, is th-
discriminations which this one man
number ol I
lifetime. There was. for example Ti' mT,hCre$l 1
in the Army Manual of Instruction- i ,r ued"I,1,
Boards "The foreign born. especialU Jew,
to malinger than the native born." Marshall w""!
approval of the American Bar Assn.s reaJL 1*'
on its application forms bore belated truit ^
they dropped the question. In 1920 ,he ^su**},
tude of the American Red Cross towards Jews ^
and Siberia came to his angry notice in i928 *
azines ridicule of Yom Kippur observances it
Wailing Wall" brought forth a scath,r. protest!,
shall as did newspapt-r and book publishers of In.
material. """
Louis Marshall was a man who ha I r-h th.
and ahihty to do something about the ,, ,.,,,. y_
He was never afraid to call anti-Semn,.,,: when he,
although he knew when an outcry would serve no t
Often, he vent telegrams straight to the lYe.,dent ,
he got prompt action. He wrote clearh and (0
and Ue brought to the struggle against unfair
laws and discrimination against Ncgroc, and
I he same bright light of justice that he had for b
people.
Next week: Volume II.
EUAHU SAt.PETER
Behind-the-Scene Not
VOU HAVE TO attend some large scale Zionist .
ence to realise fully the' incredible miracle
establishment of the State of Israel. You have to w,
mess and confusion, the lack of organization and the 1,
lessnesa about details, to appreciate full\ the great an
that the Jewish State was born.
This time, h all started when the Jewish Agenr/1
Jerusalem made a considerable, and successful, effort I
interest the foreign press In what is going to hap
the plenary meeting of the Zionist General Council .
as a result of this effort, a considerable part of the fa
press stationed in Israel really did show up at the op
of Ihe Council, there were simply no seats for then I
cause wives of VIP's occupied the press benches
While inside the council hall there was talk of u
dreds of millions of dollars being spent or to be spent I
closet sized "press room" was apparenth chosen I
first place to introduce economies. A tiny twenty
watt bulb cast a gloomy semi-darkness over correspond
straining their eyes to write on expensive brand
typewritefa placed on wobbly desk-
While the government radio and the Mapai-contr
"Davar" received advance copies of Premier Ben Cur.
speech, the other local and foreign correspondents Ml
wait practically till the "Old Man" started his speetil
getpage by pagetheir copies.
The press department of the Agency disdain
responsibility, saying that the organizational departn
wa- responsible for all the technical arrant ment tjrafl
'he Council meeting A brief glance at ll MB
confirmed the existence of an organizational departmrf-j
A brief glance at the press room and the council halU-""
raised the gravest doubts about its existence.
Bui all these damaged "only" the Jewish Agency's re
ations with the press. What was much more gri
that the official summaries of the speeches made bore0*
the vaguest resemblances to what the speakers acts*
'aid at the meeting. Incoherence and casual omissweifj
the most important part of speeches sometimes resaWj
nly in incomprehensibility, but in some case practicsWj
amounted to misrepresentation of the speaker's words hi
one case, at least, one important speech was entirely W |
"ut of the proceedings, apparently more bv rmstakf th
r malice Fortunately, there was nothing worldshakisf
rooms
~L*** or N* Tfcat is A. iwft,
THE BATTLE BETWFBki
' World ooSr.S0?S2S ^'^ *',h" 'he
____ u^aiem. K now switcn
'ng to New York
It will Ix. -""'*m. 1, n.
' Z-n,s,s ,n A:H* '.^^"le between those
e a_i ln ," W; '" 'dent.f.cat.on
ln '^ael. and thoM. wn
-'h .he Genera, Z^n t'l^
oppose Identification "
H. bus ,nv,,h, no, 1(1eJliun^"a ,on The bat-
tie wil
h>ch votes funds for the Confederation The >*"**
to the spin ln (he Confederation will probably bejan
Am ^ 'mPr,n 'n the American lionist moveaa*
Around the flfiht on "affiliation" and "n^sff^
Kn a .ctivity will be generated during the forthcoa-
"'nths. with General Zionist groups in other <*#*"*
interested onl.mkers M
Some General Zionirt parties in European coaa"*
and in Latin America have already declare.! for o
"r 'he other. ||livn,r ,k- .^^^. .# .-hirh of the "T
However, the question of which

nose Halprin. of Hadassah
"er opponent is Dr Kman,.iM h~""" "e sP'it is certainly a boost to me -
Both are members ofX ji Neum"n. ZOA presj. on A,mmcan J**' League for Israel wh.ch was
f ,he Jew,sh Agency execute m hZg**1' of ^^UUmHoo with any pi**
dent.
non affmi. """ '"" also ''nances i..........' ""*ever. me question 01 wmm j.
naff,l.at,on wh !,, ^^ ';"->* in control of the Confederation is still no*J
' 'd rr<,d The > ~rti"'y boo** ,0 ,h* ^Z
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Florida, Friday. August 16, 1957
Section B
SUHMER
DAY CA*P
They See Uncle Sam's Tax
'Marxist Doctrine' to Give
Internationalists' Leadership


This it l*i* second reperf in a
series fcy The Jewish Flerieian ex-
posing further Behind-the-scenes de-
velopment on Russell Mogvire's Con-
stitution party, Gerald 1. K. Smith
ad the new hate literature. The
report appeared originally in the
Amli Defamation league's pahliea-
tion, "facts."
ers of North Shore Jewish Center sum-
|* i Friday marking completion of an eight-
_: camping period. Highlighting after-
I's activities was presentation of a musi-
Variety show under the direction of Mrs.
Herman, head counsellor, and Mrs.
thine Adler. counsellor. Shown are
la and David Abramowitz, Henry Bloch,
cia end Bonnie Brier, Paula Danon. Mary
Ellen Dinaburg, Michael Firtell, Jonathan Gold-
berg, Stephen and Leonard Goldstein, Elise
and Marc Gordon, Kenneth Grier, Susan Hays,
Nora Laham, Barry Levitt, Judith Luck, Malvin
Mark, Glen Neisen. Marta Nemeroff, Malinda
Phillips, Elaine and Marcia Pozin, Jackie Ros-
enberg, Nancy Sale, Debbie and Howard Seif,
Stevent Sussman, Parker Tobin, Cathy Vallen,
Kenneth Weinkle and Jackie Wool.
Vix Miami Youth Named
*or Israel Olympic Berths
| youth! were
participants
[ Ji wish Olym-
bc held in Israel
I
announcement came from
I D Henshel, national
i ted States Com-
in l-rael. Inc.
he -.: i i ime, Col. Her.-hel
f i nj! of a whirlwind
ihe Greater Miami
'inn t>r exp>
pan;, iting Dads athlete*}
llected from this area were
I* Enid Brotmen, 1040 10th
Barbara Chesneau, S93S SW
ive.; Robert Friedman,
NE 172nd st.; Stewart
knbtro, 1131 NE 151st ter.;
Kate, 2400 Prairie ave.;
Richard Ciller, 4450 NW
I't.
I Gilleran out-
1 r were -elccti d
I swimming and div-
\ Hi ruhel said.
I 10 swimming
1 nn the United
j- team lo the Maccabiad,"
I Hi n hel, "Ws had 200
ItJticn- from all over the na-
|for these 10 berths, but five
em are being filled by Great-
I
[ i- made from SCTOSe
natum entirely on an "ability
' with nothing like geograph-
Juts being considered, Col.
hel added.
Col. Henshel will fly to Miami
next weak to address a grooo se-
lected to halo raise the $9,000
necessary to pay for th athlete*'
transportation, athletic equip-
ment, clothing, and living ex-
penses. "
Chairman of the local drive is
Norman Imber. of 2324 SW 16th
ct. As president of the Metropol-
itan Miami Swimming Club. Imbcr
has followed the budding can
of the young Greater Miami ath
bates closely.
"It is a great honor for this area
to have such a big representation
on the I'nitcd States team." said
Imber. "1 certainly hope Greater
Miamiaiu will support these tins
youngsters with the deo
funds."
tOt. HAH, HfNSNti
Gallery Entries
Due by Aug. 28
Entry blanks for the sixth an-
nual members' exhibition at the
University of Miami's Joe as I
Kmilv Lowe Art Gallery must be
submitted by Aug 28, director C
Clay Aldridge announced Wednes-
day.
On view Sept. 13 through Oct.
13, the exhibition will orewiew to
members Thursday, Sept. 12,
to 10 p.m. Announcement of
award winners will be made at
Hie preview. Beaux Arts has pro-
vided $500 to be distributed as
the awards |ury designates.
All gallery members are invited
to submit work in any media, in
eluding painting and sculpture,
graphic art. original and creative
examples of work in metal, wood,
pottery and textiles. Only works
not previously shown in the Miami
area may be entered.
Club Heors Half, Weiss;
Moves for Clinic, School
Dsde County Commission!*
Chuck Hall and Judge Eugene J
Weiss were principal speakers at
a meeting of Sooth Shore Citizens
Club here.
Their talks followed motions by
rgantntion for the establish-
ment of a medical clinic and nur-
sery school in Miami Beach* South
North Shore School
Registration Slated
Registration for North Shore;
Jewish Center religious school will |
j take place Sunday morning from
! 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Nathaniel
(ihekman. chairman of the relig-
ioua school board revealed this
week.
The Hebrew school, open to
children from eight jresn of age
and over, features th integrated
idioms school program a- nc
ommended by the Conservative
movement, all students attend
three times weekly, Glick-
man explained.
The Sunday school offers n
integrated ten-year course of
study from kindergarten to con-
firmation.
The double Kssion program pro-
vides for the correlation and inte-
n of extra curricula activities
durinu school hours, affording the
students a complete well-rounded
program. The activities include
arts and crafts, athletics, music,
dramatics and dancing.
A daily nursery and kindergar-
ten will be conducted from 9
a.m. to 12 noon for children
three, four and five years of age.
These classes offer an integrated
program of character and He-
brew training.
Transportation is provided to
and trom the Center for all classes.
All departments are staffed with
licensed teachers The religious
school program is under the super-
visi.iii of Jerome B. Gordon, edu-
cational director.
3
Delegates Attend
JWY Convention
Mr and UTS. Isidor Karp and Mr.
and Mrs. Milton S. Koch are attend
ing the 62nd national convention
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
United, States at Boston. Mass..
through Sunday.
They have been delegated to rep
resent North Shore Post 677 and
Ladies" Auxiliary.
Koch is immediate past com-
mander of the Post and too na-
tional deputy chief of stall.
Mrs. Koch is a Pa*t president of
the Auxiliary, while Mr. and Mrs.
Karp each hold the office of trus-
tee in the Post and Auxiliary.
For all their vehemence, how
ever, a number of the more sur-
feited attendees took a dim view
of the proceedings. Don Bell (Don
Bell Report, Apr. 26, "57), termed
the COT session a "distinct suc-
cess," s.icially, but said that "as a
meeting to inspire action, it follow-
ed the osual pattern. It was a
complete failure."
He complained that the speakers,
addressing themselves to such
"safe subjects as socialized medi
cine and farmers' problems," did
not dare to use "the three letter
word, or name the real root of the
evil from the platform."
Takes to the Stump
"So." he adds, "the convention
became a 'meeting without a meet-
ing' with all political action being
shunted out of the Congress of
Freedom, to the Constitution party
convention which was held simul-
! taneously."
But the real talk, according to
Don Bell, was heard in the hotel
rooms, where delegates huddled
to listen tO off-the-cuff speech M
by men denied the convention hall,
in order to find out 'where we
stand.'
"In unscheduled talks, in unan-
nounced spots, truthseekers listen-
ed to such 'marked' men as Ad-
miral ("rommelin. Conde McGinley,
Elizabeth Dilling. Wickliffe Ven i
nard, and others who dared to
speak the whole truth as they saw
the truth ."
Russell was invited to sddress
the Congress of Freedom session,
but could not attend. However, he
got his first opportunity to speak
as new head of the Constitution
party at a two-day state convention
in San Francisco (May 31 June 1),
where he gave the delegates a fore-
taste of his turgid style of cam-
paign oratory.
He denounced "the internation-
alist conspiracy to destroy the Uni-
ted States." charging that the in
ternationalist bankers deliberately
planned World War I and World
War II and now we are being pro
moted into a war in the Middle
East."
He described the federal income
tax as a "Marxist doctrine used to
put the country's money into the
hands of the internationalists."
He said the Constitution party
"is the only real party today. The
other parties have two different
names, but they are really the par
ties of internationalism."
"A great conspiracy is at work
to destroy the United States and
Christianity," Maguire empha-
sised. "Treason is rampart and
the international foundations are
brain-washing our teachers
against patriotism and religion."
tionaj mess" and restored to its
"rightful Christian heritage."
Del Valle added that the "forces
of evil are determined to circum-
vent the constitution deprive the
states of their sovereign rights and
America of its independence."
Del Valle declared that unl< i
his concepts of government tri-
umphed politically. "Ihere will be
blood running in our cities."
In a quieter mood after his
speech he explained to the San
Francisco News: "It won't be us
who start it. But we're going to
fight back. They're going to shoot
us down on the streets." (San Fran-
cisco News, June 2, "57).
In citing Alexander Hamilton as
the man who first tried to take
from the states their rights and
vest them in the central govern-
ment, he said Hamilton's real name
was Levine.
Maguire's utterances against the
"international conspiracy," were
echoed by another speaker. Gen.
del Valle, who declared that Con-
gress has surrendered its control
of the country to "private inter-
national bankers."
America must be withdrawn, he
said, from the "socialistic, interna-
The final speaker was Milton
M. Lory, president of the Amer-
ican Coalition of Patriotic So-
cieties, which he claimed repre-
sents more than 100 groups with
a total membership of five mil-
lion.
Lory opened his address with the
statement: "I don't trust anybody.
1 don't trust this microphone." He-
called the United Nations an "in-
ternational snakepit" and declared
that the "white race is in danger of
going down the drain of lost peo-
ples."
The convention adopted a -erics
of resolutions aimed at "the int:-
national conspiracy to destro) OUT
Constitution and freedom." They
called for a return to
rights," denounced the Supreme
Court, and opposed federal aid to
education, mental health leg)
tion and Government eontrol of the
country's gold supply.
Conde McGinley arrived at the
scene of the meeting wilh a large
supply of copies of ommon Sense,
which he distributed freely.
Little Strength Gained
The effort to build up the Con-
iD.iai|M BiujojiiR/i ui .\jjed uotin.tis
' its major strength is centered, has
made little headway. The San Fran-
! ciseo rally produced more oratory
i than new voters. Virginia Larke,
I acting chairman for San Francisco,
I reported there were signs of mon-
ey and enthusiasm." but only 150
(new registrations. Party meetings
I in the Loa Angeles area earlier in
,May gained 1.000. To date, voters
[registered with the Constitution
I party total about 1.400. But it
I needs 50.000 to get on the state
ballot and plans additional rallies
in California to capture further
strength.
The party's prospects are un-
certain. If the dismal showing it
made in its last test is to serve
as a barometer. In the 1956 pres-
idential election, supporting the
Independent Electors ticket of T.
Coleman Andrews and Thomas
Werdel, the Conrtitvtion party
polled about 6,000 votes out of
the state's total of five million.
The fact that the vice presiden-
tial candidate, Werdel, was a na-
tive sen of California deepened
the party's disappointment.
According to the Christian
Science Monitor (June 10. '57), a
California spokesman for the Con-
stitution party said that Andrews
and Werdel are "now out of the
running" as the party's standard
bearers.
Last March, the Andrews group
announced the formation of a "per-
manent organization," temporarily
called Interim Committee for In-
dependent Political Action. The
committee said that "if in its grow-
ing strength this movement should
ultimately become a new political
party, so be it."
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Mrs. Heckerling to Represent Welfare Board at Hospital
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Mrs. Philip Heckerlms. oi 6470 women's
SW 116th st., has been appointed with JWBs
representative oi the Women's Or- Division, through which the) nave
. ,n of theNati I for work in >'--
i Welfare Board on th :;;,r>-
volunti
, : Coral Gables VA
Mrs. Hcckerlins will be '
on the hospital a She will coordinate activities
in behalf of hospitalized veterans
of local units of Hadassah, Na-
tional Bureau of Federated Jew-
ish Women's Groups, National
Blackstone Site oi Party
B'nai B'nih Women oi '
Gables will hold .i swim-barbeque
Saturday evenii I the Blackstone
hotel pool. Chairmen of th; ar
fair are Mrs. Leonard Bernard and
Mr-. Arthur Bassman.
Registration Opens
Beth David religious school Wed
nesdaj announced the opening of
registration for the fall term Reg-
istration is being accepted in all
departments from nursery through
hit h school, the announcement
said. Information is available at
the school office at 2625 SW 3rd
ave.. Miami.
Na-
tional Federation of Temole Sis-
terhoods, National Jewish Wel-
fare Board Committee n Girls
and Women, National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
of America, United O-der True
Sisters, Women's Branch of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America and the
Women's Division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress.
Mrs ll< eki tin
.. adman, etw
Mrs Heckerlit hten
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at the officially invited lo serve on the
Universitj oi Miami will have boapital committee kg th Veter
new SlSOvOOO hou* under ana Administration she plans an
construction on campus active program oi volunteer as
The building will have accom iistanee and recreational activities
modations for 32
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The sleeping wing is expected
to be completed in time for Sep-
tember enrollment, and other
areas soon after. The house will
be of concrete blocks in neutral
shades, with wood jalousies.
ludents and a for the patients, in whi* ti all the
local brain he- ot the affiliated na-1
tiOOaJ women- groups together
u ith other interested organiza-;
lions, will participate
Guests at Scaroon Manor
May Wind Up in Movies
Guests vacationing al Scaroon
Manor. Schroon Lake, N.Y., during
a TEP alumnus
the SKI million
sparked 'he Ira
The .IWB Women's Organizations
Division, as one ol the organiza-
tions represented in the Veterans
Admini-tratioii Voluntary Service!
Program, is helping staff with vol-'
snteer aides more than loo VA
hospitala throughout the country.
This division i- one of three]
through which jwb functions ai an '
agencj authorized bj the govern-
Leh lo right are Ayalah Barclay, oi Toronto. Canada andl
Cogen. oi Cleveland. O.. who recently visited Israel on at.
ladrut-sponsored tour. Photo was taken durinq recep&J!
62 members oi American and Canadian Histadrui okm
Government House in Jerusalem. Prime Minister Darrfl
Gurion expressed wish that young American Iewih would come to Israel to continue their studies and to htT
upbuilding oi young state. Rear is Isaac Hamlin, directa!
American-Histadrut Center in Tel Aviv, who introduced
ican visitors to Ben Gurion.
Jack Mintzer,
and builder
Beau Rivagc. ha
ternitj project.

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Partly on the basis of depositions forum Oil Back Ailments
taken from his victims by judges in Dade County Chiropractic So-
Israeli courts and forwarded here, I ciety sponsored a forum discussion
he was indicted for aggravate*! Monday on "Problems of the
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at Auschwitz con-, cologist, ho prevailed Upon S.S.
camp, died of a stroke ChM Hoinrich Himmler to put
ization suitable far application
by Nazi Germany to all women
of "hostile nations."
cases and for "inflicting physical
injury of such nature that death
ensued as a consequence." No date
had been set for his trial.

Panel included Dr. Wilbur M.
Wishner, president of the society;
Dr. Robert Taylor, the society's
director of education; and
Joseph Lasky, past president.


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vjmist Heritor
Friday, A,
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Miamians on the Go Carl and Esther
Weinkle went to New York early, in umr i
"hello" to the Julian Weinkles. who return.
Tuesdav from their European tour with the Larry
Singers. Just one week in the b
arid they'll be saying e" Th< i i
for Europe themselves nexl week, until Not 1.
Jack's Mr. and Mrs. Jose Apte
mi we hope, w II paj off, hi Ap'es
Well, il you hoar about m\ Americans wanderii
.',; ian Way looking
. The Aptes will be home the I we'll
find out then!
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in their new
the trunk I ul then i
the quarters Harv
Sept. 16. v [ F Phen
I NewOrlei (ihen they Will b. : Seymour Weiss
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And talk lay! The Ferrs,
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a.i an \ oei lela, and b Sept. 4
Sylvia (Mrs. Sam) Seitlin. ol 1819 SW 23rd St : back !r m
eraonville, where she visited daughter Harriet at I amp Blue
Star She'll !* ofl again .it the end ol August, thi- time for
New York With her older daughter Barbara, to attend her cou
wedding Prett) Barbara's engagement to Marvin Gillman ...
ju>t announced last week, ami mother and daughter are planning
exciting trousseau-shopping tours, while in New York.
Dr. Samuel Kohlenberg and his Lt. of 19 i dr. and
Alvin and Joan Watson, who live only a few houses away, made up
i long weekend together in Nassau recently
Tbey had a .. time roaming the island, shopping and ii-h-
; In '' then i od fish storj m there, but we've prom-
ised not to tell it; ask L about the one that wouldn't get away!
Having their own vacation, meanwhile, were th<- Kohlenberg
Kids, ten-year-old Joan and Nancy, who is seven They're up
. Upine Lodge, in Mentone, Ala.
* < > >
, Sid bra' : Glaiier just gOl | letter lr..m
beauty Yael Dayan Yael, who the daughter ol Isi
ral Moshe Dayan, vent. hl.r
raeli army ,and you thu
... Inside note: Yael wanted to know when Sid
.... He squired her around q
-r Hmmm ...
_ ,,s,d : rNe York to .,-..
Israel Bonds H. .
that IS... Back in Miami, Sid! '
he David Jacobsom. 161 I 1,' v. ,', lt\ ,..,.d ,h,.ir -
Pin: ir annual summer visit t o.(n jord,.
While there. ,'
nd the screen" of foreij
synchro!
v vemeni
Overjoyed to see their Flondian grandparent will he S LBn
Jacobs! Toby, the Jordan .. \ ^
Jacebtons, bj the way. are the parent* of C'/arles R ifh., l
"* ***** -",-. r of* SSm JSSSi ISA T
NewYortth^ServSte^dHi M'
the: ^-rkeu
Pine,.....d. Hender-onvlle f'r 'T
graduate and National M. ^rihin LT,V""!1
leave again sbortlj {rsh* "" he will
Ij-selaerPolytechmcalU,,,, g* g*
than camping kids nuclear physics le h
Regina Brummer, daughter of Cantor and Mr. na ..
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Lp at Duncraggan Inn. in HendersonvilW? thev've h~ .
5upwrth, of 719 Paradiso ave. Also Dora tM V~.V^" -
toe ave.. the Hy On**, of 961 SW 9th ?X 2T, 'If? 1
nsh, o( 12923 Ixora Circle nd J" W*
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-Miss Mankin Now Mrs. R. Garber
Miss J nne R M inkin i i
Mrs, Rudolph C Garber in 3 30
P m rites Sundaj Aug 11, ,.t the
Candle Light Inn Rabbi Simon
April. c.( Miami Hebrew Con
turn, officiated
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
Fthel Lackey. 841 NW 35th ave
The groom, of 2794 SW 30th ave .
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Garber, Texarkana IY\
The bride chose a white baller-
ina length chantilly lace gown over
tulle, with fingertip veil. Her white
Bible was covered bj white orchids
and stephanotis.
Maid ot honor for her step slater
was Mlaa Margie Lackej ..f steu-
benville, 0. Su wat
' man for nil
l Jackson Me-
I nursing.
m.
Mr Garber aarwd three years
with the Army medical corps. He
.- a graduate ol the University of
Texas school of pharmacy, where
he belonged to Kappa Psi honor-
ary He is presently employed
with Robert's Drug Store.
A diner followed the ceremony
at the t andle Light Inn.
After a two-week motor trip
through the Southeastern United
j States, the couple wrll be at home
at 2794 SW 30th ave.. Miami.
Baltimore Hon
For Blumenthal
Mis-. Evelyn F.Mher b
Frederick Blumenthal
5:30 p.m. wedding! vow,l
Aug. 11. at Lincoln Mm
Shmaryahti T Sirrtv
at the candlelight cereta*.,;
The bride i- in(, fa^\
M. yer Rirnian. 322 S',Vl?J
and the late Mrs. p.,^
bri.l.groom i> the son of %,i
M. Blumenth.d. 1753 SW l)d
and the late Mrs. BlomeittiJ
Mrs Knid Miller wz,
honor, and Miss Dons
kept the gu.-thook.
Gabie Blumenthal wa ktj
th>r'a best man. I'sktB
Jerry Birtnan and Mannitl
thai.
The ballerina length t fashioned ol f rench lopurkil
and ruffled tulle. The KuJ
bodice had an illujon yokes]
a rolled lace collar and loagJ
ed gtearrea. The very houffat]
was staled with tiny rufflesi
witb a lace 11 plum overtlal
A silk illusion veil was
place by a queen's coroMJ
quins and pearN.
The bride attended
Buffalo. N Y and uradualcdl
Miami Senior Huh. Sh i
the Unlversit) ol Miami.
The bridegr on is ai
graduate of Miami Senior!
is now a student at the In
of Maryland dental collegei
member of Alpha Omega i
fraternity
A reception and dinner I
the ceremony After a I
in Florida, the couple will I
4210 Belview. Baltimore. Mi!
Swede, Schafer
Exchange Vows
me the
in tbe home of
I Mr-
Ill
' r Israel Con
mandarin necklini
' She
:
caeo
. Ih<' '" of Mm
ountam an ',,' he
tit> College of Men *ort ,. ^
o^en president of Masan, u
Beach Vuuil, Mte-M
ently aud.tor of (he Southeastern
region o, ZOA and on the ^
the Mum, Beach Zionist llstr,ct
-. their > S'JS^
I ilknj.on
MffS. tUOOLMl CACUI
Hillel House Sit
Of Wolfe Weddy
Miss Dorothy Feinberg
the bride of Lawrence Id
Wednesday. Aug 7 at HilWl
University of Miami Rabtnl
8kop, of Temple Judea offiak]
at the ceremonv
The bride is the daushteri
and Mrs. Morns Feinberg, I
NW 15th st Miami The I
parents are Mr and Mrs.
Wolfe, of Patterson, NJ
The bride wore a chantilly
gown with a tulle bottom, w
tiara was of rhinestooei sati
ned a white orchid wiU
roses. .
Maid of honor was Adelei
Bridesmaids a Me-vtB1
Sondra Goodrich
Best man was Bernard fj
berg. C-hers Included Pnii
and Karl Sach- JuniorB*J
Barry Wolfe, and B'fhart
was ring bearer
Both bride and ^room *
the Inivers.ty ot Miami.
groom is now an account**
EignerWedding
In Groom's Hof
Mis Sandra Regina R
ja White piqu. '\jL
Iriage to Benjamin M*0
Saturdav A
and her white con"
Bibll | withaW
The cerem...;v and r.c P ^
held in the home ol w j
i groom's parents Mr 11 ,
dolph Figner. l "
North Miami Beach. .,
The bride is the dMOgM* ,
and Mrs. I. A EUce. UJ/JJ
graduated from Miami"VW^
and attended the I n J,
i ,nd Ohio State l"^ -
The bridegroom "-.^i
University ( r\orxA^,t
tends tbe University
The bridegroom
itv of FlorK
be Universit.
Miss G.,1 Bf^jfS
bridegroom, "Jakw
She wore an aqua d^^.
white rose, and <$*%
Beat man was *,* ll>f
The couple wOl U* ^J
4th at


Luqust 16. 1957
*JeisHhrM&n
Page 5-S
tsons
iii Scar
Will
sdale
WeinborR became the
Barnetl Robiiwon, Jr., at
IEmiu-EI in 0:30 a.-n.
(,, morning. Aug. Rab-
Uhrman officiated.
i(. ,- Hie daughter of
fv,'- Morns W. Weinbtrg,
2n(| si Miami. The
parents are Mrs. Belle
N(.u Rochelle, N.Y.. and
., Robinson, New York
n marriage by her father
XK attired In a formal
imported -ilk pea" ,l U rtrail neckline del-
| in -eed pearls
Ln lac and fitted elbow-
|
ell.shaped skirt swept in
to lorm .1 liu-tle which
Lfullv into a chapel-length
a fingertip-length
tcpini; l""" a crown of
ir|. and earned a prayer
pvered w ith orchids and
Mis.
[jnn Wemberg. the bride's
|ra maid <>l honor. Brides-
were Mrs. Herman L.
|d s. lale, N.Y., the
and Mrs. Howard
I Miami.
Im.in Dr Herman L.
| irsdale. N.Y.. the
brothi r-inlaw I's her s
K iplan and Barry
a York City.
ide atti i i Stephana Col-
ilumni.i. Mo and received
i Tufts Uni-
Mass At pres-
ng C .lumbia Uni-
j school for an MA
I in clinical audiology.
IRi.hinMin attended under-
le school at Washington and
(i\> r-it>. U-xington. Va. His
frternit) i- Zeta Beta Tau.
eiuri hi- I.LB degree from
l school and is currently
in the practice of law in
fork City,
ception and wedding break-
ixony hotel followed
Booy.
[town quests included Mrs.
erlman. the groom's mater-
hnilmiithcr. Stewart Robin-
and Mrs Sol Perlman, Mr.
Barrj 1'erlman, Mr. and
B' imin Epstein, Mr. and
liu! Storch, New York City,
and Mrs Zalmon Hirsch,
port. Conn
wedding trip to Jamaica.
jRico and the Virgin Islands,
p(| Mi :i will reside
> v

j White Chantilly For Mrs. Pakula
When Miss Jane Rita Zitrin be-| Fred Stern was best man.
[ came the bride of .Arnold Irwin j The bride attended Miami High
Pakula Saturday. Aug. 10. the girl;School, and the bridegroom attend-
who introduced them. Miss Judith
Fay Slater, was maid of honor. The
ceremony was in Temple B'nai
Sholom.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Zitrin. 3801 NW
1173rd ter. She wore a white chan-
tilly lace gown with an alencon
veil, and she carried an orchid on
!her Btble.
Itiaa Slater wore lavender and
Carried carnations. Karen Rochelie
j I'akula was flower girl.
Candlelight Vows
Tie Burton Landys
In Sunday Rites
ed Brooklyn, N.Y. school of print-
ing, and was a sergeant in the U.S.
Marines for four years. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Pakula,
Brooklyn.
Following a wedding trip to New
York City, the Pakulas will live
at 920 SW 9th c.
MKS. BAKHtTT ffOUNSOM
l^aur once-Victor
MIS. MMTON LANDr
Way Sisterhood
Way Jewish Center Sister
tu meet Thursday even
ing at the Tropical Club House,
with a card party following the
lusiness session.
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Concert Pianist and Teacher
Juilliard Gradual*
foori for Children. Adults, Performers ALL LEVELS
FRIEDA FELDMAN
1121 N.E. 178th Terr. North Miami Baach
I 74430
Isabal and Katie
invite you to their
DRESS SHOP
"Stylet of Dittinctiom mt Prices You Like"
Plenty of
free
parking
front
nd roar
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SALE ON
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BEACHWEAR SPORTSWEAR
ATTENTION to CONSUMERS
""ttlO 8AIARAT1M VAAR NAKASNRUTN OF ORIATSR MIAMI
lblh n0t'C* ,h,t '* vorlfy tho Kootiruth ONLY of thooe
ultry *"'" ,hat hlw ** VAAO LICBMaa. All Vaad uporvlooo'
K,hruth h*,v* W'*' Vooel aoaTHaarino Vaad namo. Bm oufo
'l tOf VAAO atAL.
A late afternoon candlelight
ceremony Sunday, Aug. 4, united
in marriage Miss Elinor SimmH
and Burton Landy. The bride is
the dauchter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Simmel. 621 NE 30th ter..
Miami, and the groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Lou Landy, of
Chicago, 111.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot officiated
in the Island room of the Alcazar
hotel.
Best man was Dr. Jerome Landy,
brother of the groom, and Boris
Kezolchyk. Milton Eber and Paul
Nafal were the ushers.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a princess style for-
mal of pure silk faille. The wide
scoop neckline of alencon lace em-
broidered with mother of pearl
sequins formed an ever-widening
panel in back, ending in a cathe-
dral train over the hoopskirt. The
triple-tiered veil of imported
French illusion was held in place
by a seed pearl coronet.
She carried a cascade bouquet of
lily-of-the-valley centered with
three white orchids. For the tra-
ditional "something old," the bride
wore an heirloom diamond, gift of
her parents.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Paul
Nagel. Junior bridesmaids were
Catherine and Barbara Ernstein
cousins of the groom. Catherine
Ammrrman took charge of the
guest book. Reception and sup
per dance in the Continental room
of the Alcazar followed the cere-
mony. The bride's table decora-
tions were of pink roses centered
with a feathered lovebird, holding
two miniature hearts of pearls.
Floral designs were executed by
Blackstone Flower Shops.
The bride is a graduate of Ohio
State University, member of Zeta
Tau Alpha, as well as Gamma
Alpha Phi honorary sororities,
and affiliated with Southern Ad-
vertising as art director.
The groom graduated from the
fUniversity of Miami with a Bach-
elor of Science, as well as Bachelor
of Ijw degrees. He is a member
of the Inter-American Bar Assn.
and now with Ammerman and
Landy of Miami.
The newlyweds are on a honey-
moon trip to Vcradero Beach, Cu-
ba, and will go from there to Chi-
cago, where the groom's parents
are presenting them at a reception
and garden party. Upon their re-
turn, Mr. and Mrs. Landy will re-
side at 2955 NE 7th ave., Miami.
Myke's Fiance
Is Law Student
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel,
of 2150"SW 2Kt ter.. announce the
betrothal of their daughter, Myke.
to Lawrence Katz Karlton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Katz. formerly
of Brooklyn, N.Y., and now of 760
SW 7th st.
bliss Stiebel is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School. She was
chosen Sweetheart of Hillel AZA
and was also founding president
of Tsion BBG.
She is currently a sophomore at
the University of Miami in the
School of Education.
.Miss Stiebel was recently elected
recording secretary of Delta Phi
Epsilon social sorority. She is a
member of Sigma Lambda Phi ser-
vice sorority. Future Teacher- of
America, and Assn. for Childhood
Education.
Mr. Karlton received his AB de-
gree from New York University
and was parliamentarian of social
fraternity, Kappa Nu. He was
awarded the New York State Re-
gents scholarship and the Charles
Hayden scholarship for graduate
work at Columbia University law
school, from which he will grad-
uate in June. 1958.
Mr. Karlton plans to take the
Florida Bar examination and in-
tends to practice in Miami.

AIRS. ARNOLD PAKULA
v-5 #i e Jj el rot he J
New Classes Being formed
Miami Hebrew Congregation this
week announced religious school
registration beginning Monday
I from 10 to 12 noon. New classes
I for beginners are being formed,
I the announcement said.
Membership Party
Fun, food and frolic are sched-
uled at the "member-bring-a-mem-
ber" swim party Tuesday evening
in the home of Mrs. Alfred Reich,
6003 SW 59th st., S. Miami. Mrs.
Bernard Blumenthal is in charge
of the affair.
JWV Auxiliary Meets
Ladies' Auxiliary of North Shore
Post 677, Jewish War Veterans.
met Tuesday at North Shore Jew-
ish Center to stuff dolls and toy
animals for blind and hospitalized
children.
""
Miami Hebrew Book Store
)W Washington Ave
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues. Scnoo's a Private Use
ISRAELI o\ DOMESTIC GIFTS
,t-
Dfeendnkle
Domestic Help
Reliable Day
Workers
,TMnoTMi*T*
37 H.L 5th St. n M401
AL MEIDENBERO. Owner
6 blackstone
flower shops
to ttrvt yoo
24 hours
phone JE I 1598
MR. BUSINESSMAN
and MRS. HOUSEWIFE
We e aft mil 1r oosole fe far-
altar*, rwmi. HawM. ea*ti*o Jow-
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vtw cannot of* or toll I .
PROCEEDS GOING TOWARD THE
SUPPORT OF THE M DISTINGUISH
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JEWISH HOME FOR THI AGED.
Plooi* ae-Jaf if f* s or caff oar
Mr. Sihtrmmm It pick up mt
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MISS AKON
miss nison
MISS C0U10
MISS MM M'SS CMMUTT
Goldblatt. Adler Betrothal Told; Others Also Listed
Dd U David Nathn A M Bp
ried \ -
Sew York
The bride the dauf
od Sirs liinM GoMbiatl M
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immercial Coll*
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ationed lead Ail
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Peison Sager
I
f tbei
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Mian
iv.- i itend
: Miami.
Sager
High S He all
rait) and
the I'M. He is a memlni ol
i'i. Alpha Phi
! \, Beta i-'i lilo Hi
the l n,M rait; I Miami


Sosby Rose
V ert S 830
. :
Mr and
imce th
I
the College of the Cttj
Miss Hi
with Sit
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Aron Rsse^blaM
-

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Gojld Morrison
I
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11 lit

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here
Phi sorortt)
Mr. ted I
I the

the I'nrvi Miami
I a member of
,t>
.
Teitelbaum Venoel
:
Carl Vengel hat date (a
; In to bel
il.l : fa
mm, the daui
Mn Hj man Gus i
! ."Ill
Miami Beach Huh
i idaate in
from the Universitj ol
Miami, where the pledged PI
sororit)
Mr Vengel, the sun of Mr and
Mrs. David Vei g< 26S2 SW 90th
; sated from Miami Beach
lad Florida
L'niversit) He wrvi
the IS Air Force lor two
m German]
Quarrel Started
Quartet on Way
Whin bandleader F.ddie Sham
and his wife. Jane Abel, had a
quarrel and decided suddenly to
in ik up. they broke up their
orchestra at the same time.
Four young musicians, left thus'
without tabs, stepped into the
breach, fulfilling Sham's contracts,
and then took their own name as I
jn entertaining quartet.
That's how The Four Bits
into xiftanc* in 19S0.
A few years later they drifted
to Miami to see what they could
find in the way of work. After
a few club dates at Miami Beach
they got a two-week en-
i.i .it Miami Springs Villas
A year and a half later, they left
Vfflaj lor a two-month road
lour
Now they're back and started
again on what may bo another
long run.
The boys ar? Stu Watson. Stan
Evan, Kill t'ary and Al De Tomeso.
and all are now Miami homeown-
er- and enthusiastic Floridians.
Allot*.
Oomts Party ft,
Miami Beach ens*
f Hope win holdTya
the Blackstnt &*
even in | Mrs Rat-
ter president.
Q* COOL
T MJUC
COOL
K
Miss Goodman Plans June Rites
Mr leader M tha Grutat Miami
8*M8 Garland ave Surfside n- Jewish Community Center
thi .... menl of their
D
B I her and

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Marine i ps Air Stat
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Herman Weiss
".
Mil mi Beach, \
III
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Mum,.
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Al the present time, she b .,
s.-cond grade teacher at Biacayne
i!- Dementarj School
Mr Fisher resides at 1231 i<)i-t
Harbor Island- While In
1 hkago, be |y en-,
1- \>,.rk a) Ti
Sholom and at present mi
'
lor thi lorthc aung icl
1 j the
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Goldie Simons
Dead at Age 72
., HARRY SEMIL
i of :ir, piamlnko 1.1 1M Aug. .
1 ITNM.I1I ..f H wh,
he had I.. n a
Irvlving him
' hi- w|f, Hone; hi,, daufth
Mrs. Goldie Simons, 72, of 1662 rr"- <-'b.;Mti. ,, .,,i nr,
cw loth ave died Mnndav Aim '*oW" Wdlsaeli; and two
, ,. y?2 (1'e' Mnnday' AU hn .....,,l, s.,s..., ,, burial
12, after a long illness. She was v win, i.,-
the wife of Harry Simons, part
of Beth David
president
Syna-
gogue, and one of the founder f ?'CMAB^ayiiiKO
the Greater Miami Jewish C'emc- "' mer, h. was vet-
terv Assn ', u '"''' w" ""l '
*"' naa"- Maannk \..,4f,. |n \-..w
I J"- MllViV.|| i, hi ,yjf
Mrs. Simons eame here 31 years Ruth William
ago from Shenandoah, la., and was Vi*''1'i, i\" i'i'' ;""' ""'
. .. ., Mis. 1 >ell.1 Herman. Herv Ices ami
a member of Hadassah and tlie burial *.....\, 1
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13030 N.Vs. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
U m. FR'EDAMN
>d Authority
I.S. Jewry
in Boston, 85
|N(JTAiLee M. Fried
led authority on American
Bstory and member of the
Bar Asn.. died here *
[of 85 He was the past
of the American Jewish
U Society and honorary
I of the Jewish Publication
bf America.
I in Memphis, he came to
al an early e. He WN
,i from Harvard law
i 189S.
the books he wrote are
bparican Jews," "Jewish
and Patriots." "Pilgrim
Uir rid others. H<
briber ol the executl** of
, American Hebrew
Beth David Sisterhood.
Also surviving are a son, Theo-
dore R.. of Miami: tv/o daughter
I Mrs. Ted Sandier and Mrs. Leo
i Ackerman. of Miami: a sister, Mrs
.Rose Joffe, of Miami Beach; three
brothers, including David Pred, of
1 Miami Beach; and four grandchild-
ren.
Services were Aug. 13 at Gordon
'uneral Home, with burial in Mt.
Vebo Cemetery.
leu !> Memorial ('hapel in charge
"i loaal smnaaaMMa.
8AMUILLUTSKV
>, nt K.\ Hlm'ayne, died An 9. A
ee month
..... r.niKhk.-e|.ie, N V Mel vU
iirlal were Aug. with i
U Home hi charge of ..iranise-
nent*.
MFR HOWARD REISER
\ The
1 i Ill
' ,l n>

ki i - hll
p. ., bis
.. .1 IN three
1 V. ,i,
i ii, 11 1 Ml ,i! 1*1
Ml . i.
retired owner of a chain of stores In
Pittsburgh, she had lived here 23
yearn. Hhe wan a member of the Mt.
Sin.iI Women's Auxiliary, Hadassah.
',,iiii, il of Jewish Women, It ii.ii
B'rlth, Eastern Xtar and Tempi* I*-
ael. Survivors im bide two sons,
Ivan N. and La* b\; Una brolhar*.
later, and two gramli hjlilreb
Service* were Aug. at Riverslde-
Heach Memorial Chapel, with buns I
in Pittsburgh.
"" TILLIK ROSFNBERG
la, of tUr, |W l'th In.. Bled Aug. 9.
reslaVtmt hen even years, she N
urvived by a .laughter. Mr- Helen
lot hen*; two brothers, one sinter, and
rhree grandchildren Barvlcaa were
Knit, ll at Gordon Funeral Home. with
'.iirlal In Mt. Nebo Ceraetei v.
SAMUEL 8AMOVITZ
'. l".:v Mi. Ihl.,11 ave., died at
f'oiighkeeimie. M.T., thin week. A long-
time winter resident, be Is survived
hy two daughter*. Mra. Kenjamln
Fleishman and Mrs. Ralph Abramson.
both of Miami Heai-h. Servtcea warn
In I'oughke.'iisie. ,
MRS. OOLDYE SPENCER
i | m: trd hi died Aug. 6. A
.Milt-in bars 's rears, nh- leavai bai
iii.-b.iii.l. Mii', '"" MBS. .1.mo-
uld Ne.l; and t vv > listers, Including
.Irs. Nora Wolf-.n. of Miami rilv.it.
ervlces were held
kRCUS ROSENFIELD
h .1 died lug, ".. An
|t h.Mi-. he Sad liv
. .ii.:, ,1 to 'h.
I'lul. ..( Mi ni,i Beach. He In
1 \ntia: a son,
f. i. Mi iohlv
lour b .ii.il. hihlun ami
iat iran.li liil.ln-n Hat ^ k M
.ii lti\, -..I. II. a. h Me-
, burial In Mt
I
JACK 2IMMETT
BW : died Au|. 4.
|il I" r< | j ..,i. he Is sur-
hl- f. -u.phm. two sons,
r II.m i ,i .laughter. Mrs.
I, roth. i. -intei and a
I .- Aug. < at
r w'th burial In
JULIUS GRANT
of lost lath -t died Aug. A
retired farmer, he cam* l..... <
Boatosj font \..n- j.,, il- i..,\.- ..
lauahter, Mlai Mlna tlrant,
m.i ., K. nneth '.. "' V .
i,. ;i, h: a alstei Mra Ida Hun it*, ami
i in other, Ralph en Ana
..! i|, ii,i in i-Vi:ii ril i'hapsl.
SAMUEL BASS
;-. ,,f i |; ..I-., loo I i .i I ( died Auff. !
1 retired w
, ni. in h, i || -in \ Ivlng
,i.' two -...n-. i'.. 'ij.i.inn and Leonard;
i.i dauahti -. Mrs, May I
Urn i kg l'. ii bat v ttars
lartppln; nine rrandchlldren and
treat-grandchildren rtervlces and
burtal w. r. in Jersej City, N.J., with
Inrdon Flinrial Home In chi
iri.iiii'ein.iitn locally.
Mitt PRANCE* SIROTSKY
15. of Ml .-ii..x ave.. died Aug. K, A
Iniokkeeper, nke had lived here seven
months, sin- laavei two brothers, In-
cluding Morrin, Miami Beach; and
three ulsters. Services and burial
.! in Brooklyn, with Hellman
Funeral Home In charge of local ar-
ia iigements.
EMANUEL ZIMMERMAN
... of v,, Alton 1.1., died Aug. I, own-
r of Mannle'i Liquor Shop In the
"et llle hotel, he ..- .....mi ,.i
Miami Hcach KIVs Lodge Kui and
l'cin|.|e Kmanii -KI. Surviving are
pothers, in. ludlng Samuel, \l.-
iml i:. .,. i -ervlci ind
in Sew y.,ik. with Riven le-Bi m h
i i 'hap< I in hai k< ol at raage-
nenta b> alty
SELMA BLEIBERO
"S, of IS] xi: 5}n I -t dli .I Aug. !t.
ma here i ago from
New York Clt) Oravi side
were held At. 11 .. Ml Naho i'.-i.....
tery, with Gordon Funeral Home in
MRS. REBECCA COHEN
14, of iioa xw -.th ave,, died AuaT- '
\ raakisnl hers five ysara, she )- itir-
vlved bt n pen, HaroM; two daughtera,
Mra. Bophli atoldanstaln and Mrs, Syl-
via Ru-h. a stater, five grandchildren
and two great-Ktanililiil.il, n S,i ,
were Aug. at Gordon Funeral chapel,
with burial in Mt. Sinn < "vm.lei y.
MRS. REBECCA KUTIN
SS. of t,r> NW vi'inl t.r. died Aug. 7.
A rc.-bb nt hci e |o ',. ..-
member ..f TtferaUi Israel Northalde
Center Survivors include a daughter.
Mrs MiiinU Orssnbarg; and threi
l:ul.in. t-.-..ii and Herman, ser-
vices were Ang 7 at KlvrnSde Iteach*
Memorial Chaiiel, with burial In
Brooklyn.
ADA E. JOSEPH
died Aug. .
The
ier Hungarians
Make Claims
ELlAb MILLER
".0. ..f 2o Jefferson ave.. died Aug. 7
A t,i\l driver, he hal lived here five
laare He leavei Ma wife. 6race; iwo
daughtei-. I.in.t and Elaine; three
including Mi- Irene Mlnsker,
Mi,i.ii Beach: and a brother >
and burial were In Brooklyn, with
Rivers ; Chapel In
MRS. ELIZABETH RAYNES
17, Hlblacua > 11 Roi th Ml-
mil Beach, died Auk. 7 A
hare la Ivsd bj her
f-" M'KK Former Hun- h snd her brothi
tluw I" in, in the ll.ilaa.l ***'*** -'.' m.... A
1 a Aug. 9 at U I Me-
in,.rial i Ii. ," I.
i rn Mi iiorlal I'aik.
Ii unes and
I i by th'.'
lent tn 1950 and
World Jtwith Congress
been informed that re-
[promulgafed laws permit
'"n of nationalixtd dwell-
to six rooms.
N'"f t^i the terms of the
rsons lered by Hun-
left the
I qualify.
0 [he civic authoritl
' whert the
MAX LERNER
j, of 2SII BW I8th .ii .
,n Karj 'A' i. a buildtni supolle
, h id !. n i i i'b m hi i
11 v srlfi
:. Mi h Lei

two
i| .vita and
I :
I
Mt. Net." i'. Iilet. r>
BERT MARS
.. S\V 7-'
'
'.
He | ,v Ife, I'. Il) 'ii' >"'"-
i no
burial were in iliooklvn. with Itlver-
, M. mo In charge
of a i
Singers' Founder
Dies Here at 72
Morns Katz, 72. who organized
the Yiddish Choral Singers on Mi-
ami Beach, died Thursday, Aug. 1.
He lived at 631 Jefferson ave., and
had been a resident here for 10
years, coming from Baltimore. Md.
Katz was a retired labor union
organizer and licensed to practice
law in the State of New Jersey. He
was well known on the Beach for
his work with the choral group,
which performed mgh-Sly at I.tmi
mus Park on the ocean near 9th st.
Several hundred persons gath-
ered regularly to sing songs in
various languages. He also acted
as musical director.
Survivors include C'apt. Menasha
K Katz. of the Maryland State To
lice, and a sister. Mrs. Rebecca
Marcus. Harrisburg. Pa. Service-
were al Hellman's Funeral Chapel.
Miami Beach. Aug. 2.
Babbi Isaac Ever, of Azudath Is-
rael Congregation, officiated. Coun-
cilman Harold Shapiro gave the
euloiiy. and rMsTsj ino attest leal
Jf/ck Woody, director of the
Miami Beach Recreation Dept.
Burial was in Baltimore in the
family plot.
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLO".
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IRKNE HAITHWAITB,
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NOTICE. OF PUT3LICATION
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