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

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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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31 Number 34
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, Auqust 23, 1957
Price 20*
Collins Express* Personal Apologies for lmHgmtyv to Miami Rabbi
Li, Gov leRoy Collins has
ed tor the inrhgrrity stri-
fe a Miami rabbi when he
Lfamilv were recently de-
IjcomnMKlations in a Pom-
iBetch motel, The Jewish
lian learned Wednesday.
Jitter addressed to Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg,-spiritual lead-
er of'Betrr Darid^ymrgcgue. er-
pressed regret over the Pompano
Beach incident reported in The
Jewish Ploridian of July 12.
Gov. Collins declared that
while Florida statute explicitly
prohibit* motel or hotel owners
from advertising their religious
discrimination, the statute also
emphasizes that persons en-
gaged in such private enter-
prise have the rigtlT to" refuse
accommodations to any person
whom they consider objection-
able.
"While I am sure there is no
disagreement as to the desirabil-
ity of such a law as a means for,
protecting the comfort and safety
of the patrons of such an estab-
lishment." the governor said, "un-
fortunately it also provides the
means by which the management"
may practice religious discrimin-
ation."
In his latter to Rabbi Rosen-
berg, written en official State
of Florida stationery, Gov. Col-
lins suggested that "such
abuses of this right are among
tho prices we pay for free so-
ciety."
The onlv real solution to ditt-
crirrfirTaTfrtf1"lief in*The education
( I OUT people in the true meaning
of Americanism," Gov. Collins
added.
The letter came on the heels of
Kabbi Rosenberg's trip to Pom-
pano Beach last June 27 to as-
sist the Jewish community of 45
families there to establish a con-
Continued on Page A
Syrian Troop Movements Noted;
Added Border Observers Vetoed
GOV COUINS
. jrirfoYvofe coNielefiew
fV Considers
lycott Against
lell Oil Comp.
The policy
I Jewish War Vct-
[ is liven fuH
I iwv's 62nd an-
to decide on a boy-
I hell Oil Company,
I The conven-
|i in Huston.
.mthorizing the
I committee to act was adopt-
I i nt ion session,
njamin H. Chasin,
I m ho was elect-
VI I i unmander and
| ally becomes the
Df the policy (ninmittee.
I hi would meet with
| itional headquar-
1) C, Friday to
|Continued on Page 6 A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVReports received her* of the arrest in Syria of Col.
Elaxem, Syrian commander along the Israel border, gave rise Tuesday
to apprehensions of renewed Syrian border provocation.
Syrian troop movements have been noted frm several vantage
points along the border, but armored equipment was only infrequent-
ly seen. It was assumed that most of the armored equipment former-
ly deployed along the Israel border was withdrawn to Damascus to
strengthen the pro-Communist military group in their power coup.
Israel authorities indicated Tuesday that they were not prepared
to comply with a United Nations Truce Observation Force request
that they agree to an increase in the number of UN observers sta-
tioned in tho four UN observation posts on Israel territory along the
Israel-Syrian border.
Some observers of the developments in Syria took the view Tues-
day that they would result in renewed border provocations deliber-
ately undertaken to divert public attention in Syria from the domes-
tic situation, thus permitting the quiet Sovietization of the country.
British are Charged With Surrendering
To Arab League's Economic Aggression
5. Africans Hit Beigin
Fund Push for Ousted
Right Wing Politicos
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
JOHANNESBURGThe South African Zionist Federation and the
Board of Jewish Deputies issued a joint statement Tuesuav denouncing
I Revisionist fund raisuiR campaign as a "breach of communal disci-
pline" in the growing furor sparked by the activities of two Herut lead-
ers for the Revisi'im-ts.
------------? The right wing party was e\-
I pelled from the Zionist Federation
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVTVAn Israel Govern-
ment official Tuesday charged
that British Petroleum and Shell,
which recently announced plans
far
m
Veterans Back President
Civil Rights Legislation
|0ST(i\ ,rr.\I Delegates to the 62nd annual national conven
Wihc Jewish War Veterans of America were on.record this week
1 the action of the U.S. Senate in tacking a provision for jury
Ion the civil rights bill. The convention ended Sunday,
pfirmint! support of the pro ?
ended by the Presi-
Commi.- ion on Civil Rights.
eleeatr. also hailed the "good
'!' hi by various states
nation* in furthering
pms ol legislation and edu-
'" ei | racial and religious
initiation.
to halt sales operations in Israel,
had "surrendered to economic
aggression" and that the British
Government was a party to the
action.
V.nslie Bartur. director of the
economic division of the Israeli
Foreign Ministry, told the Israeli
British Chamber of Commerce
that "the Israel Government be-
lieves that whoever surrenders to
economic aggression associates
himself willingly or unwillingly
with aggressors and aggression."
He declared that just as no
government would permit its
citizens to carry out a hostile
act aoainst a friendly .ration,
no government could allow eco-
nomic aggressive acts to take
place within its own territory.
He said this was particularly
true when such acts involved
prevention of regular trade'and
shipment of legitimate supplies
especially when so vital a
commodity as fuel was Invol-
ved.
Asserting that the action ol the
two oil firms was partly in re-
sponse to Arab boycott demands,
BartUX asserted that the British
Government could not "wash its
hands" of the matter. He noted
that the British Government is ..
Continued on Page A
for rejecting a compromise pro-
posal and proceeding with an in-
dependent campaign tor funds
hem Beigin. Herut party
chief, and Chain Landau, his dep-
uty, came here last week to help
the campaign.
One of the most striking de-
velopments was a oubiic appeal
in the great synagogue of Johan-
nesburg by Chief Rabbi Louis
Rabinowitz, made directly to
Beigin, who was one of the con-
gregants at Friday evening ser-
vices. Rabbi Rabinowitz urged
the Herut leader to "present a
fair picture of Israel and exer-
cise restraint" during his fund
raising tour.
Rabbi Rabinowitz deplored the
"breach in .South African Jewry's
hard won unity" and expressed
hopes for a healing instead of wid-
Continued on Page 6 A
Appropriate officials" of the
"fcpwer AHministration were
m another resolution "to
""medial, step* to remedy
[unwholesome and dangerous
on at the Dhahran Air
n Saudi Arabia.
resolution cited provisions
A ear lease on the base
What About Jewish Culture?-and Reds Figit
Continued
on Page 6 A
VIENNA(JTA) Discrimina-
tion against Jewish writers in the
Soviet Union and the liquidation
of Jewish cultural life there
evoked a number of "open ques-
tions" at a meeting arranged by
the Union of Soviet Writers in
Moscow, Warsaw newspapers ar-
riving here reported this week.
The Moscow meeting was ar-
ranged in honor of the dele-
gate* to the World Youth Fes-
tival. About MO delegates at-
tended the gathering and were
permitted to ask questions.
"Why is there not a single So-
viet Jewish writer present at
this meeting?" one of the dele-
gates asked. He pointed out
that while writers of other na-
tional minorities In the Soviet
Union had been invited, no such
invitation had been sent by the
Union of Soviet Writers to Jew-
ish literary men, as far as he
had been able to establish.
This question, which pi
quite embarrassing to the organ-
izers of the meeting, inspired
other delegates to pose other
questions dealing with the liqui-
dation of Jewish culture in the
Soviet Union. Alexei Surkov, sec-
retary of the Moscow Writers
Union, admitted that "it was a
mistake'' not to have invited Jew-
ish writers to the gathering, it
is too bad,' he continued, "that
the Soviet Yiddish authors have
not been asked to participate. The
fault lies with the group that car-
iii4 of the meeting. It did a poor job."
Implying that not all Jewish
writers have been liquidated in
the Soviet mass-execution of Jew-
ish intellectuals, Mr. Surkov told
the audience: "I can assure you
that groups of Jewish writers do
exist in Moscow, Kiev and other
Soviet cities. They create in Yid-
dish, and you can meet some of
them right here in Moscow and
have a talk with them, if you
wish. Our Soviet literature is com-
posed of literary works of writers
of various nationalities."


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Verdict Means No Mixed Seating
NEW ORLEANS JTA1 A It was explained that no further
spokesman for the minoritj group e **" ''> "'
in Congregation Chevra Thilim, officers oi the .
which rtricl our! injunc were I
lion against mixed seaUn MJ famil> Kating ;
this week that the Louisiana Su- ui
Court rejection of an ap-
peal meant that there would I
mixed seating for the coming
Holy Day sen i -
The preliminary injunction
issued on July :?:> in civil d
i ourt by Judge Frank T. Stiti
lowiflFV Uniigthy'Tiea'Mng In *
a number
authorities testified for the plain-
tiff group
Syrian Diplomat
Back at UN (?)
fter the romom
tion
If Judge Stitch issues a perm-
anent injunction, the proceed-
ing* would be subject to review
by the State Supreme Court, a
process which could involve sev-
eral months.
Multiple Appeals High on
Multiple appeals will ho high on
in agenda of the Creator Miami
Jewish Federation executive com-
convening fr it-- drat nffi
t-ial mcctinK Wednesday evening
it the Algiers hotel.
The newly elected group will
Imi take up reports on studies and
i the community plan-
nine committee and tli.scuss United
Fund relationships.
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Working m
rommunity p^2ji|
*** wlic^O
Pl*. and othtn
through the ,i>(
Aaron Kann?r, F
dent,
"Plained, to ]
Scheduled f*r consideration,
ajajg^are organiaaflen olens for
the upcoming lvSo Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign.
for future action
year
in the, |
The Supreme Court turned
down a request by the majority
croup for a suspensive writ
which would have suspended the
injunction pending further pro-
ceedings.
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The ousted Syrian was consid-
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people and freouently descend-
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\met i nd the
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rabbinic arm ol the association ol
in .i state
Registration Hours Noted
is now in
Israel FUI
men! in New \
The statemenl called the injunc-
tion ruling .i major advance to
i bask re
ligioui rights
North Dode Buys
New School Bus
N rth !><)( Jewish > nti r has
purchased second -< h hu-.
which will a: nation
: Hebrew and Sunday school in
North
In conjunction uith th- present
Ural -por- j
tation will Di be provided (or
the acbooli >.t the N rth
la will also serve
kind* rgarten i I
Registration for all arades I
the Popiel Hebrew and Sunda,
schools of the Center will con-
tinue Sunday, Aug. 25. and Sept
1 Irving Cohen, chairman of the
education committee, announced
this week. Students will be ac-
cepted in kindergarten from age
four and one-half, with classes
scheduled in every grade
throuph post confirmation for
10th and 11th grades.
with (
years ol |
ruction will be
..nd girls
en comprise Federation's execu-
te, committee. All are members
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the policy making unit of Federa-
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f 12 who i tti : Hi
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> 4
a Nathanson. Irene Greenberg and Barbara Morn (left to
li) are among 47 college graduate* selected for pilot class
feshiva University's experimental "earn while you learn"
bher training program. Program, offered by university's
r Graduate School of Education and partly supported by a
D000 qrant from Ford Foundation's Fund for Advancement
jucation, enables outstanding liberal arts graduates to
as salaried "interns" in public and private schools while
lying ior Master's degree in education.___________________
icial Synagogue Committee Pilots
Streamlined Combined Appeal Push
man. is newly-elected Temple pres-
ident. The Temple Israel commit-
tee is under the direction of Stuart
Gordon, and his unit meets Monday
evening, Aug. 26, at the Temple.
MAM1M
ir M imber has been named
tad a special synaeoeue com-
L m behalf of the Combined
th Appeal.,
N Serbln,
chairman,
|\Verlni sdaj
nhor"- group
lendeauii" to
those con-
Ition niim-
that haw
|a >-t 11 ii-
hed to the
t. Serbin I x-
bed.
(he brief streamlined effort
uld be completed befort the
Holidays, Member said.
Ilton A. Friedman, pioneer
ker in Federation an leader in
trnal and religious activities,
juirnian ol Ihe synagogue com-
at Beth David. His group
[underlay at an organization
King Tuesday evening. Max
kbson, president of the Beth
|d Men's Club, will serve as co-
rman. Friedman announced.
Temple Beth Sholom, the
unit will he headed by Ben
lin. Serbm. (JA general chair-
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"Refugee* from Egypt, North
Africa, and some of the Iron Cur-
tain countries continue to stream
into Israel," said Serbin, des-
cribing the need for immediate
cosh. "This rescue operation is
taking place every day of the
yearthere is no summer vaca-
tion for life-saving.
"The United Jewish Appeal
needs cash to pay for transporta-
tion, food, housing and emergency
medical care. It needs it now
and American Jewry must help.
We must do our share in Greater
Miami. Every gift, no matter how
large or small, will help save a
life," Serbin emphasized.
Persons not reached by a syn-
agogue's committee who wish to
contribute to the 1937 Combined
Jewish Appeal may send their
checks directly to CJA headquar-
ters at 420 Lincoln rd., Miami
Beach.
NEW YORK Some 250,000
refugees from Nazi Germanyelig-
ible for payments of up to $1,200
each under a law passed last year
by the West German Government
have thus far failed to apply for
the money due them, it was re-
vealed here Wednesday.
Two leaders in the field of refu-
gee aid have offered the assistance
of their agencies to the refugees,
many of whom may not be aware
that they are entitled to receive'
the payments. Moses A. Leavitt,
executive vice chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, and
James P. Rice, executive director
of United Hias Service, Wednesday
offered to help the refugees find
the necessary documents to sup-
port their claims.
The two welfare leaders indi-
cated that, under a law passed in
1956 by the German Federal Re-
public, reimbursement is to be
made for travel and resettlement
costs to all refugees who left
Nazi Germany between 1933 and
1945.
The West German government
has agreed to repay up to 5,000 DM
($1,200) per person to applicants
on presentation of proper docu-
mentary evidence. The funds are
to reimburse the refugees for all
costs of their emigration and reset-
tlement regardless of whether they
themselves paid the costs or wheth-
er refugee agencies provided some
or all of the funds at that time.
A statement Wednesday by
Rice and Leavitt warned that the
expiration date for the filing of
claims is next spring, and indica-
ted that weeks or months may
possibly be required to gather
the necessary papers or other
evidence before the claims can
be forwarded to Germany.
The German Federal Republic
has agreed to provide reimburse-
ment not only for ocean transpor-
tation costs, but for such related
expenses as baggage shipments,
railroad transportation, mainten-
ance expenses en route, and reset-
tlement costs. The statement stres-
sed that these costs will be repaid
by the West Germans even when
individual expenses were original-
ly defrayed wholly or partly by the
JDC, by predecessor agencies of
the UHS, or by any other refugee
aid organization then existing.
In their statement, Leavitt and
Rice declared that "it is important
that no time be lost in filing for
these claims. It may take weeks
or months of searching to find all
of the necessary documents before
the claims can be forwarded.

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Friday. August 23. 1957
Volume 31 Number 34
26 Av 5717
__, i The Agonizing Reappraisal


i
iVil/ 5omefhi,Tg Be Done Be/orc Adjournment
Germans Prove Otherwise
It is not prejudice which finds our hand
frozen in cny effort to praise the Republic of
'.Vest Germany but history of the German peo-
ple, themselves, which froze the hearts of hu-
rnkind during thirteen years of Blitzkrieg
against the morel lew of _:-..
Neverthe lass, recognition must be accord-
!s due; the German government,
in its relation with the Sta
man) .-.ays a model to be emulated by both
and and the U.S.
manner in
ellor Adenauer deal
any and all Arab threats of reprisal
any because c: German relations
ih State.
The Arab boycott against Israel is of long
standing; equal!-. -.- 1S the League's ef-
fori to boycott all Jew. :!ess concerns in
the West, as well as any concern. Jewish or
c:-erwise, which decls with Israel.
Beth England and the U.S. have shown
notable cowardice in succumbing to this bla
The most recent example is the decision
on the part of two British-cwned oil companies
:n Israel to cecse their operations and *
draw rrcm the area, thus strenqthenina the Lea-
gue's economic warfare campaign.
Bonn, contrarily, has shown singular cour-
cce m telling the Arabs to mind their own big-
ness Arab officials. a<= early as the announce
men. of the S866.000.000 West German repara-
tions agreement with Israel, warned that the
agreement must be construed as an aqaressve
cc: against the Arab world.
This nonsense was carried to its limit when
Egypt demanded that Bonn's reparations ob-
hgauon for 1956 be re-routed to Cano pat
ment for damages inflicted by Israel inVhe
Sinai campaign.
On all these counts, the West German qov-
ernraent has shown a firm if polite hand The
internal affairs off West Germany, ,he Arabt
are told, again and again, have nothing to do
with any Arab of any Arab nation.
The U.S. and Enqland can learn much from
his pohcy; for the U.S. and Enqland shamelesT-
ly insist that they must submit to Arab pre!
auras in the interest of Middle East oeaV Ln
addition to the fact that the Germans have
successfully proven otherwise, the fallacy in
this argument it. that peace has hardly be-n
even a temporary characteristic of the Midd>
East in recent years; while the submission to
oicccmaU that nurtures aggression and Arab-
dom's consorting with communism blankets
every decent Western move in ths area
me aao, i the relatively
lich the U.S. doles out for-
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appraisal'' of our

veloped into one
Mr.
cf the State Depart-
jigoiiizi:.
. is one today. Last
as about
to the nation en
enhower
a the en-
inism there.
the headlines of the past
s. Syria President
: : Monday of a Red boss
., and the immediate
e of ell pro-Western officers that followed
lent, leaves the U.S. in a danger-
i xposed position diplomatically and
l the lie to the President's report in a way
not even the Administration in Washington can
fail to understand.
The aqonizinq reappraisal for which Mr.
Dulles called so lona ago must begin with
himself, as well as with the shamefully oil sat-
urated foreign policy of which he is the archi-
tect. The time is long past that we can weep
over the errors of the Ambassador Henry By-
roade reqime in Eqypt and the communist in-
vasion of the Middle East following in its wake.
That invasion is a reality today a reality rub-
bed into the wounds of official Washington by
events in Syria since Monday.
Both Mr. Dulies and the President must
now remove their rosy qlasses and. for a
change, tell the American people the truth.
The Sinai campaiqn was Israel's forewarn-
ed intelligence of the dangers rising on the
Middle East horizon today dauqers due to in-
volve the entire world unless the truth in Wash-
ington is finally unveiled and unless expedi-
ency, oil diplomacy and political hearts and
flowers are given up for justice end that qual-
ity of mercy which can no! be strained throuqh
Egyptian c6tton.

Keeping Them on the Farm
Columbia University's prof. Salo W. Baron
-st.r.g observations at an In-
xucal Conference meeting at
i-st week.
thing* Prof. Baron lashed out
^e of some Israel, leaders.
see* a ,,e American Jews into
coming to Israel U> hve by emphaEna he
ZT Semitism; by ^peaf-
and" "* ** <"uneVin e'Se;
jews who fail to succumb to the intimidation
Harvard Univeisity's Prof nvm u j,
less young American Jews to! taSle C'in''
upward^t^O^05 AHandUn-thwe are **"Y
4- landl IS iTiarqr'eZ9 5
.unity there than they do at kJ V PP'-
declared, might be mesentS *?ael- he
But he ,oined Prof rW ", a Slmilai lqhl.
..midation a. the p7evXCtndeKmna,10n *
tracing migrants P ^ 8ubst,,u,e fo' *
'bludgeon''schoor SLle^K0" 'r *
the learned professor .* ^Z^T '
they are not nearly as elcWnt ,hen,8e,lv.
a 3iJ *'-=" piS,;:
'han from Tel Aviv I** om,Buenos Aires
'eels great p4lems !SE\?- ne nf ^
'hem down on^he^mraTer^?r3 ^ keeP
Jerusalem. Haifa, etc y Ve seen <3Y
Basle Congress Change
Bishop Maas' Entire
Sum Miilcr | 0Mi HWeew N*um Bmtmu I., \v r
:<. for Lto Mindl,,, ih u,f^ ^
By SAM MILLER
THE PRESIDING BISHOP of the Protestant Church in jj
PtfClate Hirmanh'Maas. marked hi- eihtietfa hirthd
drcfis of ciin::r.itiil.it(iry BieSMfM ind Rood \who5 (|n "^
mm Israel lo the university rity in token off W!lrJ,,^
.n"f5r the life long Zionist who saved m:m- Jewish h^
th. \i/i rejtliM and is regarded u "Germanv"! u3l
the Jewish people Jrn'
Oded from a long line of Christitu Otrm,
"i II as mi In- mother'- iMc ind fnllmred ,-.w 1
m hy -tudving theolocj \. ,hl. ,.',3
ordained a minister. Findm him-eH at r i H
to watch the Zionist Congress whirhwVtL
thro. > I'Randa crisis Fascinated | 'nr Hem
' proce< dii lie then and Ihoi
lion." Insisting upon acquirim' ., hekel hr
' l,','r'r '"i modem Hebrew u.th'such'L
h i-nan rrnd. rin i,-. d,-i
rlfn's mi etnd Zionist Mwapn) ih.V2.2l
: that he read. Hebrew word.- rmging from recent k
i hi lyrics of Yehuda Halevi
Between the two war- he held th. pastorate nf a HeidelwJ
; 'I Watching with alarm the -n-ct-Si
his countrvmen to the slogans of extremist .,
the idea that he withdraw from the qnern markcN
i In ion of his pulpit and of his pnrsoni herwitl
H< Id ciolocisl Alfred Welter, he ,tv Com
for the "Democratic Party'- and there, as well front %!
and in the press, struggled manfullv against the1
lence." the name he appli. to ffltler'i m. /ement In
been .. stalwart liberal throughout hi- life
He was one man, however, and not strong enough In _
tide Shortly after Hitler ^i/v<\ the- rein, of p i the Ret.I
I lona l<'ave f>f absence and journeyed to the Hob Lai
"I widely in the Jewish agricultural settlements ad]
Is in .11 sections of the yishuv. When h returned toH
at the end of 1933. he had arranged for hi- daughter to p
J< in- ilem, where she stayed for fi\e >e:,r. while 'eiithingl
WMVinj to immigrants from Oriental countiu
NAZIS COVIO NOT STOP
^LTHOUGH HE HIMSELF was harrasscd by th. Nani in mu|l
no one rould deter him from consoling Jews and strainin|l
t" aid them His special field was the emigration of]
Aryan" children, and he labored indefatigahh to make it f
lor :h- ni (a be -ent to Switzerland and Eneland, when '
upporl ot ptr-onalities such as Bishop Bell of Chi.-hester otj
behalf Eventually, he was compelled to retire from th.'
ipo thereupon sent him to a forced labor camp and. it 1
of 67, put him to work digging fortification dit.
The era following the collapse of the Nazi regime broil
distinctions. In earlier years the ecclesia-tical hienn_
viewed him with loata misgivings and he remained assigned I
an,i Hi idelberg parish for more than a quarter ceatury, but aj
he was named Sup-r\-ising Dean of the Protestant I hurrh ml
: m 1956 elevated to the rank of Prolate, with the I
of an auxiliary bishop West German President Heuss, noM|
led him the Federal Grand Cross of Merit, and Held
dom of the Ctty Yet to him the greatest honor it
i- the lir.t German to receivean invitation to \Uit the.
- \t.ti.led by the Israel Ministry of Religion in 1M9.
HOT A SINGU INCIDINT
yUHAT SUCH AN invitation to a German Chn-tian meant. Ij
..tter the founding of the stale and four year- alter ATI
'ration .amps were liberated, it is 'difficult to visualise toda]
m> u of the mood which then prevailed, at a time whenever*
German was oetraciaad, it is all the more remarkahle that tity
weeks he spent in the country were marred by no incidents
in fluent Hebrew, he followed not only the standard tourist raaaj
took it upon himself to visit outlying kibbutzim. -I.. pmg in tenur
the pioneer, who had settled there a short time before. <*
Kippur. tin. German Protestant Bishop stood all da> m a 'Ml
' touching no food and. wrapped in a talith. joining in tW
a itfa obi urns devotion as well as comprehension lbs fell''**
lews and his Zionist self-identification were so transparently
that, in the New York 'Forward." it. Germany con
pondered whether to describe him as a "yochul b'dor," aj l|
-lav in his own generation. The correspondent the an
cal Marian Gid, came to the conclusion that suck a desul
would be too pale, that the Rev. Maas is in fact 'unique in
tloni
sooner had Dr Maas returned to Germany than srurMJ
Pamphlets elucidating the concept of Israel and praising it*J
Plisnmenta flowed from his pen. Traveling up and down tM'
try. he lectured about bis impressions with penetrating h^
fluent fervor. Commenting somewhat ruefully on his "**".-
> m ntioned to a meeting of the -German Parliamentary Sxwi
Bonn how Israelis had told him that he had the rare advaaUPJ
heini able to see the wood in its entirety, "while they theosaa|
""'<- cannot see the wood for the trees."
"*sr MftriNs m sonm
JHAT MEfTlNG. WITH prominent political figure, headed r
Federal PrasidatM la the select audience, was the fan* in"T
''rmaii capital to have the Jewish State as it. topic *".
m Jan 22. 1952 Just a. frantic preparations wen "na>n,'vt,
for the commencement of reparation- BegoUaW*^
German, and Israel There is no question in the mm*
that, in this ticklish context ^1*'
,' '"' Mas, serted a moat beneficial and valuahlc infl*"*
l!""" political atmo.pl,,
fa 1081 h, wa> Ih lns| German ,0 recoixe a ^"" Ha..
,,,;;./ epted it with groat Joy. NoJe*eJ
.'" *Pl) stirred, the slim travel book shi.h he ^^
" ntle the author has taken from the Haiuraj
lem synagoaaja on the second da* 'JJV
' "'...""' 'nd ul th- enenn '
enemy.
. I,,
looaj II. rman Maas. the oldest active clergyman
*s lost none ul his charm or vigor.
in all*"


I 23. 1957
-JmldhnarMlar)
Magazine Went Way Off Base
The Jewish Floridian:
A,,,; 12 Life Magazine
, .; ', s jewi View the
Laic" ih" writer described
Hun Zionisl Council (750,-
''rs, .,. -equally extrem-
, ,he American Council for
,,,.; ,h.i:i 20.000 mem-
Consider the
of thv
Idesl people in
Eern World returning after
nl 2i vears to their
! Whi< i Ihey had made
an exile climaxed
laughti I '* million pi'<>
kiurn I '" b,v "
Lvcr impossible odds, first
Li.h rule then over nine
l,i,,n- who would deny to
Ir.ant ol the Jewish people
L | while they, the
fhail !"' recently handed
InJj 0ver vast territories.
re-establishment f the
of the Book, of the Ten
indments, in the nlv de-
, in the Near East, a land
ng the language >* *h
, moves you and yoo de-
y preserve what was so
[won, then yoo are a Ilon-
. ill this leaves one un-
t), he cannot call himself a
t Christian.
us Zionist* among Chris
ph McGill. Robert
and Quentin Reyholds.
FJnston Churchill has so de-
himselt The Founding
Iof the I nitcd States would
ke beer, .i-hamed to have
tiled Zionists; they were
I in the Old Testament and
code into the framework
[.American liberty
I Life Magazine lump these
U .Atremists" with the
Ismail group of Jews so des-
7 (o curn favor with anti-
that they viciously de-
thcir own people and ex-
llhe Arab line?
jn that Truman and
ell were pro-Zionists be-
I the Jewish vote and Risen
"impartial" in the inter-
| the I s slyly implying that
i Zionisl is to be against the
of the I'.S. The fact is
lave Lsrael to the Jewish
becau-c of any so-called
rote in New York. Israel
gaily created by the UN in
1947 and saved by her own people
in 1948. Even UJA generosity
could only helD later.
Eisenhower has a strange
brand of impartiality. Ha has
joined Russia in becoming an
arms-giver t-> the Arabs while
denying Israel tha riqht to buy
arms in the United States. He
wouldn't see Prime Minister Ben
Gurion when he came to Wash-
ington, but Ibn Saud was given
unprecedanted hnnrs and left
with plenty of the taxpayers'
money. Eisenhower even criti-
cized New York City for not giv-
ing this oil-rich despot a ticker
tape parade.
Life aided antiStiultism by mji
ing "when Premier Ben Gurion
openly opposed President ElaotV
hower and Secretary' of State
Dulles over occupation pf Egyptian
territory, some experts believed
that American Jews would bide
their time and hesitatebefore
contributingeven indirectly to
a nation at odds with their own."
Life reported bond sales actually
increased, implying that Jews have
more concern for Israel than loy-
alty to the United States.
As a preliminary to showing how
false is the contention that the
United States and Israel were "at
Bonds, much to the surprise of
Life's "experts." but the Adminis-
tration was criticized in Congress
and Eisenhower's Middle East Doc-
trine didn't escape unscathed.
The New York Times and tha
Republican papers of John
Knight, among others, broke
sequent reports in newapao-rs
across the country were re-writes
from the original Floridlan ac-
count.Ed.) Therefore I must
come to the defense of our Chris-
tian brethren in the community of
Pompano Beach.
In the month of June I was in-
vited by Col. Ross, who is a retired
colonel of the army and is now in
the construction business in Pom-
pano. a respected and revered cit-
izen of that commuaUy. Lp speak
at the First Methodist Church
there. This was the second time
that I appeared in the midst of the
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their good
that community for
work.
I am grateful for the fine work
that you are doing in publishing
everything in an unbiased manner.
RABBI MAX M. LANOMAN
Temple Beth El
West Palm Beach
with Alnx The, .Democrat, solidly, i^n* group in pompano and be
nnnAiaJ CirankiAinir a r\ ti amen 1 _.
opposed Eisenhower and even
such Republicans as Claire Booth
Luce and Sen. Knowland felt
compelled to speak uo. Eisen-
hower twice obtained national
television time t*> defend his
position before the American
people, but it is doubtful if he
put it over. His halo was tar-
nished, and his troubles with
Congress began at this time.
It was not. as Life said, our na-
tion which was "at odds" with la
rael. but Eisenhower and Dulles,
almost alone.
Zionists, by helping an Israel
which is true to the democratic
traditions of the Old Testament,
common also to this country, are
not just aiding a foreign cause.
They are acting in the best in-
terests of the United States. Lib-
erty cannot flourish here alone. By
helping a democratic Israel we
strengthen freedom all over the |
world. The survival of Israel gives
odds." review the last ten months, the United States its only depend-
On Oct. 29. Id56, Israel, to save able ally in the Near East.
her life, struck at Egypt who was. ____
then planning to invade Israel from DAVID C. GOODMAN
Sinai and the Gaza Strip. These/ Miami Beach,
areas were soon captured by Israel
Jnconventionall
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along with vast quantities of Rus-
sian supplies and documents prov-
ing Egypt's evil plans.
Eisenhower was furious at Is-
rael. He decided she would not
be allowed to settle disputes, re-
gardless of merit, by force. That
was a privilege only for Egypt,
who behind Eisenhower's pro-
tection, continues to blockade
Israel in Hie Suez Canal.
Eisenhower's dual standard of
morality between Israel and Egypt
was too much for Americans to
swallow. Not only did people (not
all Jews) continue to buy Israel
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am on the greatest miracle that
has happened to Jews anywhere in
two thousand years. And Jews
helped to create th; miracle by giv
ing to UJA and by being interested
in Israel Bonds.
I am on this miracleon the
ship SS Israel going to Israel.
This ship is run by Jews from the
captain to the deckhands. Some
500 passengers are on the ship with
me. We ought to be proud to lee
that in nine short years we have
learned to navigate the seas.
Jews also navigate the finest
democratic state in the Middle
East.
Be a partner to this miracle that
became a reality by giving to the
United Jewish Appeal. Invest in
your children and grandchildren
in their futureby purchasing Is
rael Bonds. They will pay you
back with inter.M
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
(Aboard SS Israel)
Miami Beach
lieve m? that my talk on Jewish
and Christian relationship was very
| well received and those present.
' including the minister of that
I church, were very thankful to me'
j for giving them such fine informa-
| tion as to what Judaism and Chris-'
: tianity means today and f'>r the i
! future of all mankind.
Of course we find these petty
people that Rabbi Rosenberg en-
countered in Pompano, all over,
but with good interfaith pro-
grams from rabbis, laymen, min-
isters of all faiths, we shall open
the eyes of all. Wa shall find
as to the future of the human
race that we have one God who
is the Father of all, and in His
eyes there is M differentiation.
In the past three years I have de-
livered many talks and lectures
not only in Pompano but in Boca
Raton. Ft. LaUderdale. Stuart, Ft.
Pierce, Belle Glade; also lectured
in high schools, colleges, and in
many churches, and I found that
Christians and Jews today under-
stand one another and know and
feel that they are bound up in one j
indissoluble religious, spiritual, so-'
cial and fraternal chain, and I am
sure that with conditions that exist
in the world today Christianity
and Judaism will never permit this
chain to be severed by a
despots.
. j I hope nothing more will be said
you know of it. (The about this unpleasant incident that
Jewish Floridian first reported this | Rabbi Rosenberg had. but let us
story in its July 12 edition. Sub-1 praise those Christian citiezns c
Dance Scheduled Sunday
Flamingo chapter of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hold a dance in the Morocco room
of the Casablanca hotel Sunday-
evening. In charge of reservation
are Mrs. -Sidney Katz and Mrs. Abe
Simka.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I don't remember if you carried
the article of the unpleasant sit-
uation that Rabbi Rosenberg en-
countered in Pompano, but I am
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Rev. Lipa Gewirtz. well known
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operating the kosher meat market
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Beach, formerly operated by David
I Whitman.
Rev. Gewirtz. a member of Beth
I Jacob and Beth Tfilah Congrega-
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Iquality of meats and poultry and
I free delivery service.
Gewirtz Kosher Market
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j/iday. A,
JWV Sets Date for Session to Com
Boycott of Fleeing British Oil Com
Continued from Pae 1 A

h the
r,. >ld I en | i"1 b -' v
The proofed bovratf would
be in retaliation for the decision
-I .h. Brii*h-owned parent com-
pany to suspend sales operations
m Israel, a move widelv Inter-
preted as a British yieldino to
A-ab boycott pressures agam^.
Israel.
r
ter boycott also would be in pro-
un-i alleged oil company
to Arab Lraeue efforts
, xtend the Arab boycott to
either owned by or
aid that the decision on
JWV counter-boycott would de-
pend on trrttinST art pertinent facts
Shell Company contention
thai 'lie withdrawal deeiskM in ls-
' tied entirely on "eco-
nornu I'oiisulerations."
The new national commander
emphatiztd that until the JWV
was satisfied "as to tht roal rea-
sons for the company's action"
Wl!
Miami Beach Coir r-eser.ts legal
Dr. Zev Kogo onal Fun
10 JNF In ex:e.=s -"00. Bequeathing
:-Our;v= to J( for
c: Ian ; recenl | !ews
here oeen
bequests cccord-
War Veterans Back President
On Civil Rights Legislation
Continued from Page 1A the basis of religious belief." The
nltttJoa urged action to elimin
require th. |U lu.h prv|sinv
I Saudi Ara-
,. __...:_ Am-ptance of this arrangement
' ;' r the exclusion ,. lU. ..j, ._ ,!. ,-..;
has hrouuht di-^race on the l ni
from the b I stnerii i Jews |ed states, outfoing National Conv
thus mender William Carmen, Newton.
B Mass I.lid the delegates Saturday
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S. Africans Rap Beigin for Rightist Aid
Continued from Ptge 1A
igii
ram r to i But
I quarrel

funds
-.. Jew
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"I am prepared to say in every
speech that my friends here
should contribute to the United
Communal Fund' he said. Ask-
ed why he came to South Africa
to raise funds for an Israeli elec-
tion campaign, the Herut chief
said the funds he hoped to raise
were not only for the election
but also to help our party exist."
He said his visit also was aimed
at explaining Herut policies to
South African Jewry.
The joint statement declared
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the U > \ isionisl n was
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the futun I both the 1 sited Israel
through lnch fuiul tre
ail Israeli causes and
thai ni the i oiled Comnanal
fund.
The -tatement said that the Re
visionisl campaign v.a being held
in "the period reserved for the
I'm ted Communal Fund at the very
ni.mient ol launching the 1957 cam
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"This is particularly deplorable
becsuss to much is at stake for
the well-being ot South African
Jewry and especially for Jewish sd<
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the statement added.
Four Services Set
For Temple Israel
M will be held at
Kippur,
Mas
Early services will be held in
both the Temple and the Wolf-
son auditorium beginning at 7 i
p.m., end late services are sched-
uled for 9 15 p.m. Special child-
ten's services are planned for
the afternoons of Rosh Hashona
*nd Yorn Kippur.
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He promised that the JWV
"will not rest until the uniform
of the American serviceman is
honored by th* insignia it bears,
regardless of who or what the
creed or color may be of the mart
inside."
He said that "we are grateful that
si last the world has come to
realise the chicanery, baselessness
and danger to the free world that
Nasser has come to be."
In an earlier session Prof. Martin
Dworfcls, executive officer of the
school of public administration and
social service ot New York Uni-
versity, said that "the heavy hand-
ed and clumsy diplomatic blunder-
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Poster Dulles was directly respon-
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taken on th, boycott
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Released Sailor Had Rough Treatment
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Skutt, president of Mutual of Omaha (left), receives sixth
La] Bnai B'rith Americanism Citation presented by Henry
L Lodge No. 354 of Omaha. Congratulating Skutt are
[aska Gov. Victor E. Anderson (center) and Harry Colick,
ial chaiiman of lodge's award committee.
immunity Calendar Clearance
\oves Planning With Scheme
luiet, .It he-scenes pub-
i !'en saving local
| .1 multitude of head-
tin^ (,: ter Miami Jewish
I here this
jion a thousand groupsand
thai many in Dado
( imble for de-
l h 'lil meetings
jtnctioi generally re-
,All prefei the "bef dat< >
[ I edTation has
11. rward ith a "Community
^dar" winch puts a premium
dvance pl.mmng.
!.> it works is this: Groups
rtg tn clear a dale for an
ffant meet in? or special
|i' n dr-t mil the calendar
at the Greater Miami Jew-
federation
ere a full record is main-
of all major community
tits which may in torn* way
tht projected plan* of
fith organizations. Complete
lioks holiday information is
end. City-wide and county
"''. arc listed, as well as pa>-
Itic, national, and local eele-
lliors, programs and holi-
\ the August cal-
> 42 events, with
ted id September. During
1 >mhined Jew-
fiures are
I1
TKV AVIV tJTAi Raphael
Kylon, the Israeli seaman detain-
ed for 23 days by the Kgyptians
and released last week told a
press conference here that he w.is
mistreated during the first three
days in prison.
Eylon said that during the first
three days he was threatened
cruelly, during non-stop Interro-
gation, and he was not fed until
the fourth day. He also reported
that when he was escorted by the
Egyptians to the Gaza Strip bor-
der check post where he was
turned over to, Israeli authorities
a Ga/a mob tried to grab him
to lynch him.
Toward the end of his deten-
tion, he said, he won the confi-
dence of his caotors and was
taken for a tour of the shores
of the Nile river and to Cairo
sites, including the Egyptian
broadcasting offices where he
was interviewed n a tape-re-
corder. Ho assumed that his
remarks wore "amended" later
for Cairo radio broadcast. He
related that he became friendly
with the Egyptian lieutenant-
colonel who was questioning
him and asked permission to
interview President Nasser and
to meet Egyptian Jews but re-
ceived no reply.
Eylon told a> hair-raising inci-
dent of being visited the day be-
fore his release by a guard who
measured his neck with a piece
of cord. The seaman said he was
sure this meant he was scheduled
to be executed until the guards
later told him the measurement
was for the size of a new shirt
which the Egyptians gave him
prior to his release.
Earlier, just before the Egyp-
tians released Eylon, another
Israeli citizen with *n Israeli
passport went through the
Canal on an Italian shio with-
out being molested. Ho was
the first Israeli to go through
the Canal without interference
from the Egyptians.
The Israeli citizen was Wolf
.Office: Moved
nard S '. mdler announces
[ If ices for the
r Suite :no. One
] Miami Beach,
f hi civil trial
Organization presidents or sec-
retaries are invited to confer wth
the calendar clerk who maintains
a schedule of happenings as far as
a year ahead. They select the
date, and are reasonably sure that
other Jewish groups will steer
clear of this date, thus avoiding a
conflict.
On the whole, organizations
are anxious to clear with Fed-
eration's Community Calendar.
It insures success of their own
program, prevents costly
change of plans, and establish-
es friendly rapport and cooper-
ation between the segments of
our Jewish organised commun-
ity.
The calendar is issued on the
first of each month to all organ-
izations in the Dade county area.
These include synagogues and
fraternal, social, educational, cul-
tural, civic, health and welfare
groups. It lists events for two
months ahead, indicating date,
time and place.
"Distribution of this attrac-
tively-printed calendar has pro-
ven to be one of Federation's
most popular year round ser-
vices to the Jewish commun-
ity," said president Aaron M.
Kanner.
"It is our aim to work hand-
in hand with Federations big
family of agencies, and with all
organized Jewry in this fast grow-
ing community. The calendar is
now issued to some 300 groups
each month, a strong testimonial
to the fact that the system of
clearance is the accepted proce-
dure of most organizations," Kan-
ner indicated.
Robert Miller, of Lexington,
Ky., has been elected presi-
dent of National Federation
of Temple Youth, teen-age
branch of Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, rep-
resenting some one million
congregants in U.S. and Can-
ada.
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Jacobson Reelected
Men's Club Prexy
Max Jacobson has been reelected
to his fifth term as president of
Beth David Men's Club.
Other officers named at a recent
election include Sam Ostrowsky
and Sheldon Kay, vice presidents;
Nathan (iaines, secretary; and Irv-
ing Rosen, treasurer.
Members of the board of direc-
tors are Gus Shaw. Moe Takins.
Sam Badanes, Murray Maum. Mi-
chael Covin. Herb Frame. Milton
Friedman. Jack Toppel. Jack Em-
mer. Art Kravitz. Harold Pont. Max
RandafaU, Sidney Lefcourt. Ed
Safer and Herbert S. Schcr.
Hold-over board of directors are
Paul Black, Maurice Hyman. Jack
Lazarus, Archie Mendelson, Robert
Purisch. Ed Rothbart, Joe Rayvis,
Henry Rosengarten. Charles Spin-
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Reichmann, who arrived in Haifa
this week on the Italian ship.
"Australia," en route from Syd-
ney, Australia, to Genoa, Italy.
Reichmann said that when the
ship arrived in Suez, an Egyptian
officer questioned bin closely,
seeking particularly to learn if
he was a member of the Israeli
armed forces. He was kept under
Egyptian guard in his cabin while
the ship was in the canal. When
the ship arrived at Port Said, the
Egyptians returned Reichmann;*
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British Surrender to Arab Blach
WASHINGTON,,
Israel's farm production is increas:na steadily throuoh use o.
Sate of Israel Development Bond funds. Duri
years, valus of Israel's annual agricultural out)
lom S75 000.000 to mote than S300.000 000. One of major
i ensons for this production increase hai
irrigation and deep-well water pro-e
country. These projects, supported by Israel I
built with aid of pipes made at Yuval Gad Pipe I'
Company at Askelon. Yuval Gad plant op-
. eiations is shown above, is larges:
ioctory in world, making pipes as
meter. Yuval Gad has been aide.-: by brae! Boi
Collins Apologizes to Rabbi
For Discrimination at Motels
Continued from Page 1 A

h hi- family, the Bi-th David
ritual leader "a- denied a<
> nunodations at one m
ner assured him that he has
thins lews "but it is
!' .:. i the area." and who
. ded "Some of my he-t friend-
Jews
A second motel, th? "Brtney
spirit-
r and his family bu- I
d ap-
red at their room to assure
sell that the> were not Jewish
A furtive -u*!ae>tir>n by the i
' irras man that the) re
ster unler ar. assumed n
ne the) had been of-
there was
the rabbi
In his letter, Gv. Collins
said that "as long a; some peo-
ple harbor hatred in their
Hearts f-r ther members of
the human family, they will at-
Cantor Strassfeld to Render
Lilurgy at Agudath Israel
\braham Strassl I will |
r the mu- >| the
liturgy during High I
U In '
ite.
Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual
i. WedMICta) also revealed that
: lor
- the Hoi) Da) -
He will
the -i-rnmn- \ :1 ,.. '
rael's air
Unpredictable!
ways find ways in which to ex-
press this."
I' was | inl that < n
Collins concluded: "This is in-
i l know but
1 hope you will accept ui> per
an) indignit)
) or your family ma) hai
ceived "
ler In ft
b) thr B

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It
mid i
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Bartui predicted that Israel
would emerfl* IMlhwrl from the
.-. Ihdrawal, adding
- EOPl far a small nu-rv
cf lUCCO'SeS," th? Arab
boycott has failed.



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The plantings art to remain in
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Planting! are installed at each
light -tandard in the area, extend
big sil feel Mil from the curb."
city traffic engineer George Kunde
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tcs
from the r^abbis f^Hipit
I Homing is another in a tertet of articles prepared by spiritual
'l, {or The Jewish FloridUn "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
L ih "I" Creator Miami Rabbinical Aun. Rabbi Abraham
l / of T'lereih Israel Horthtide Center, u coordinator o/ this
Spiritual Personality
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in
True to the Inner Self
| RABBl'SIMON APRIL
ni Hebrew Congregation
Ij, always I
id i ol |
I ..IK.'-
ived w.i- vali
d to the
eanl to trans-
it has been .-aid
I, it> to pi
[uiuro and I
- in behalf
d Um
. ivilii
I, confirms this
eye on the
Li fulm nl hs people was
I [he Jew. ll>s
' .in iadf-
F eanl to bo
y .1 a bene-
i i; life "i the
il the
has been true.
| has been main-
been changes
ill it has been
DIEUGHTING TIME
Av 6:26 pan.
4!
kept up. Today living in an era
of compromise- in the sphere of
religion m wi-ii a- In politic*the
question arises whether it la go-
ing to continue, whether under
r**dnrn conditions we shall sue
coed in continuing what has form-
ad the .i"> and the stn ngtb an I
beauty of Israel's existence for
thousands Of years
Israel Cohn, in bis book on
wisb Life m Modern Tim
make* the following observations:
A dispassionate and eomprehen-
iive of Jewish life at the
present day shows that its con-
dition and tendencies an utterly
different from those that pre-
vailed until the spread of eman-
cipation and that their resultant
(Meet militates against its survi-
val.
\ : is the view of this author
isolated. One* and ayain is this
observation n iterated. The old
true Jewish life is gone, and it
is doubtful whether it is possible
to save it for the future, no mat-
ter how beautiful and noble it
may have been in the past, and
how desirable at present.
Let us for a moment have a
glance at what our Torah and
iges have to say about the pres-
ervation of Jewish life. We arc
told in Deut. ch. 1; 'Behold I set
before you this day a blessing
and a curse." Man is the agent
There is nothing that can pre-
vent the Jew from maintaining
his own spiritual existence, if he
has the will so to do, no matter
what environment. W? must
stand for Torah, for Jewish edu-
cation, for the cultivation Af Jew-
ish knowledge acquaintance
with the spiritual history of Is^
rael. There can be no Jewish life
Of the right sort, where there is
no knowledge. Of old, the pro-
phet has said: My people are des-
Rabbi of Belz
troyed, silenced for the lack of
knowledge. And it is no less true
today. If we do not know Juda-
ism, we cannot possibly love it,
stand for it, fight for it.
Of course conditions are more
complex than in the past. But
that is no reason why the Jewish
lifeso full of noble traditions-
should be allowed to disappear.
It is within our power to maintain
its beauties, and to add new and
glorious chapters to its well
known record. _________
Dies With.
Thousands Attending Services
KABBI SIMON APfll
. sy-nlual victory
of In- i a id misdeeds; he has
,i free choice durii I (time
There is an old rabbinic styinsj
to the licet that "H kol bidei
ihomayim chutz miyins sho-
maim'' Everything Is in the
r of heaven except l'i
of heaven." Circufitartces ma)
shape one's outward life; but thej
not violate one's spiritual
and ethical life, on the contrary,
it is in the mastery of circum-
stances that lies the real indica-
tion and victory ol one's spiritual
life
To be a spiritual personality ,
means to remain true to one's
own spirit, to one's own ideal
and inward life no matter what
the outward adjustment condi
tions may be and what outward
adjustment they may require.
That is what makes for person-
alityfor character, for individ-
ualityin contradistinction to a
mere shadow, or copy, or echo, a
mere creature of environment.
JERUSALEM Aron Bokeaefa, the world-famous
Rabbi ol Bale, died early Sunday
morning from the effect* of a hem-
morhag? as hundreds ol his dis-
Ined vigil in the
I con Idors and outside the
Zedi k hospital. He WSJ 78,
He was i dd to rast Sundas after
in Jerusalem's Har Menuhot
cesMtery overlooking the Judesa
hills
The PtabM of B*h cam? to Is-
rael in 1943 from Na:i-occupied
Poland afhtr protracted negotia-
tions between the Nazi* and the
Joint Distribution Committee and
ether Jewish organizations for
his release. A substantial sum
was paid to the Naiis fr the
rabbi's freedom.
He reportedly had 50.000 follow-
ers in pre Hitl<-r Poland anil an es-
timated 10.000 in 1 well as
,,|, i:i most Orta)Odox Jewish
munitks throughout the world.
More than 20,000 persons took
part in the funeral procession".
Immediat-ly alt
was pronounced dead, hi- bodj wa
removed from the hospital to the
nearby Belzer Ve.-hiv.il from which
the iuner.il procession started.
Augmented by Ha--:di:n brouKht
by special plan-- (tOffl Bel-iuntT
Switzerland and Kngland. the
group ol weeping men. women anc
children moved steadily through
Jerusalem's western suburbs over
roads closed to all other traffic. '
)abba til <^(
ervices in
\^jr eater
JHt
lami
OATH ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyU Orthodox.
rthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. ennn.
s nurde.) I "I
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| Bai Mits-
ui Mi
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-1 51st pi. Conservative.
HE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
|ntor Morris Zimmerman,
da) I .il".
DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
kitive. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
Cantor William W. Llpson.
. M'lii. ted
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I EL. 5?0 SW 17th ave. Or-
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
Cintor Samuel Salkow.

EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
bnstrvative. Rabbi David W.
I ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
1 Ida: 1 a m \1,''. '"
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
iky.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CEKTER.
Conservative.
i.-,i,i.,.. s ,, al Waal Miami Junior
HlKh s. hod, s.ivl..- i-onducWd D>
Herb Urwin and Norman abet

OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
servative.
1 la 1 M e '

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
Jale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ren-
son.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Kress.
Bai Mltxvah Marahall, a.....I Mr. and
W. \l.-l .

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
1 ij,:.,. ; 1'. p.m. Baturda) I > m.
t'.n Mitsvah: Alan 'owai eon ol Mj
and Mi R ben Lei Itan
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.

SOUTH DADE JEWIIH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M. Eaumgard.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Frtdao s IS i11" Sti nii.n.u.- Bot-
: 1 a.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Conservative.
n of Mi aaxtM
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantx.
1 rtdai I to i- m


; Mi and Mr Mi 1

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Washington ave
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor ls-
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 rael Reich.
ligh Holy Day Services
of the Completely Air-Conditioned'
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
2901 West Flogler Street, Miami
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI JONAH CAPtAN
AND
CANTOR MORTON FREEMAN
AN0 TMf CH0IK Of TMf
[oral Way Jewish Center
1 '*H NUtSiir SflVKf (OK CHIIDMN ACfS 1 5
N RESERVATIONS OR FURTHER INFORMATION
Phone HI 6-9230 or MO 6-2501
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Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Loo Hoim.
i-'riiUv s;i.". p.m. Sermon: *re we
A.o' of Our nieHln"'.- nes Bhab-
,,,, Kati Mr .-I Mi- Nathan^Bjc-
k,, Haturdaj I m Bar *
Robert, ion ol Mr. Ml All.m
Chavkta. o '
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Sth St., Homestead. Conservativo.
Mrwr(s Gorrx officiates.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehuda4i Hoilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th for. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday I I.....>' *" ^'I
Climb Ml Oerjalea aaj MS- '
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
, i,v s p.m Batui
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th OS* Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
iMMl.l
Sei ii,"M
p ii: Hal i
uv. klj Poi ii' 'i "
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
l Ma) v !.". p.m. '"Ii......I
tonductVd by juenl Rabbi Mot la W.
Oralf.

TEMPLE JUDEA, i20 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
S;ii r..i> '.< :4.~i ,.i. mi .-.ni. ii.'fith '.f
l-;iiil -"i\i... Ba Mltavah: Dale, aon
ol \i .i:, i Mi- I'hlihi Heckei Hiik.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. To bo
erected at 80th st. and Tatum water-
way. Conservative.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
Double Unveilina
Kagan Booth
Thf Dedication "":"
.lie Memor\ o\
ANNA KA0AN ana ELSIE BOOTH
u'lii tale r'-
Sunday, Aawst 25th
.it 1 I .30 am at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery witli
Rai Booth uwi the daughter <|
M taasMcl Rasa '"< '-"
Anna KsfSH.
I iuml- and relative- are
aaked t<> r* r!i

TEMPLE ZION.
st. Conservativo.
Waxman.
s.hiikIii.v t ii ni >'. ii
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
iluvab
$3,000.00
Dees your ereoniiatien nttd a
few $1,000? This messoga is ai
drcsitd to mil Jewish eroaai; re-
ligioes, charitable, fraternal, sis-
terhoods, brotherhoods, mar's
class, efc.
The New
JEWISH FAMILY BIBLE
t meeting with a tremendous re-
ception and if your organization
would like to act as sales repre-
sentative pleaee write
IIBU DISTRIBUTOR
2726 W. Flogler St., Rm. 3
or pbeoe eves. NI 3 5358
GORDON
FUNERAL HOME
mVmml't Pioneer Jewish funeral Nome
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Ave. Miami
NARRY CORDON, President
IKE CORDON, fun.ro/ Director

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Louis Marshall-A Man to be Rememk
LOUIS MARSHALL: CHAMPION OF LIBERTY: Selected
Papers .nd Addresses. Edited by Char...>**"
With an Introduction by Oscar Handlm. Vol. II, 6?5
pp. Philadelphia: The Jewish Poblicat.on Soc.ety of
America. $10. (2 vol.)
VOLUME il OF the selected pap
Marshall is longer, bul nol quite
at.ng as the firs! book ol this set
' -aid. lut^dUwi Ourle*JU*<'tf- 11
the paper- bj topic; in one seel
discrimination and bigotry in the i fes
ether, evi on minority r
papers devoti
one misses, however, is the chronological a
I. ss is en the fact that, evei
section, the letters not in sequi
it to have been Alth ugh a sin
I. SHARKIL
uld have been chao-
able to lollow
topk m that
fI Sing back,-nd forth among
,, earlier on. -v.
'
heartwarming therefore lorn**
c and logical as "
opany; many areat men ..l!
he wrote Neither; yoj. nor
ch',drens stn'mi*?
he I Jewlali Stat. i I all tin .
ed toi JemaJ
[oi tone ol the BooM
to di scrip*
in u throufli Mi
Marahall'i
wn word-:
Israel's Vitamins Give Her Peppy Blood
\
RELATIVE NUTRITIVE VALUES :
*
content in loi a) and
i Laboratory f the H
The fii ling*
! ten
-
Israeli, subsl
intries kmong'I >. I
were the
Cucumbei 111-14
rrots (6-10 nd
The
ierent fruits and vei
representing the produce obtained by the
sumer. Whenever possible, the analysis was
within a few hour- of purchase In :< cases the analy-
sis so tent substantially higher than the
international : the F.A.O
The belief that after a eel men and women do
not absorb knowledge ai inter people. was
vigorously rejected by Dr. Mordesai Kamrat, direct
l#Win SCHWARTZ
thi pre* ntation of this
/ships in \ ill i dotation. Him-
Dr Kam
i Ktenaive ezperi-
Hebrew I adults, among them
-is.
Hebrew no Ian
tamed But whilat young
quiring large vocabularies.
thej did not .,:,!>- use correctly, their elder- were
th quality and content.
\ ther conclusion drawn was that people of educa-
tnd culture were generally -lower in speaking Hebrew
then This w.i- because the high standard! than, it
themselves inhibited them Inun using the language freely.
lesser education, on the other hand, persisted
in -peaking, no matter how many mi-take- they made. The
same was more or less true of people who know only one
lage as again-t those who knew several. Dr. Kamrat
found. The former were reluctant to speak before they
could do so perfectly a- they did in their mother tongue.
while the latter, already accustomed to committing errors
in the u-e of languages, thought little of doing the same
in Hebrew.
Glowing Introductions Get into Dave's Hair
went TO a meeting last night to hear speaker. The
man who introduced the ,,id he was a man
*no '' "! and twenty mm-

Baltimore was once
alumnus ol Yale Intro-
' in himself all
: his alma mater He had the
* of youthfuln< \ i ability, the 1. of 1 |
f enei
Rib' : lid he was glad it..
HAROLD f RittALOW^^
Laurels to Forgotten
YARS AG0'WHEN' nr-;
before television, when b
a-t.rr.ng of th
iul trainers and seconds who hov.
and cared for them >n the important six!
roods. It was only
could appreciate the enormous value oi these men
wizened ex-fighters themselves. ,,, ,he boxen in th.
And you often followed the pugilists -he ,
racing fan goes wh ,he ,-,.,.- J[
MS' n' '^ h"rse- Jhe Wme h""1 '"* boxiS If
a good second was in there, your man had a slight advan-
tage, no matter his other flaw-
One of the greatest seconds in the game today i- ,
n.Hemr^H0Sed J<7';h hOX'^ VeteP" d Goldman, who gamed fame years aeo as the man who did
SO much to improve the boxing skills of former cham'
Rocky Marc.ano. Goldman, like all handl-rs works^n
comparative obscurity. But the job he did with R
was so outstanding that he received heavier press no.Tce-
than at any other time in hi, career. Hi- own record
as a good fighter decades ago is now ,n limbo He i re
numbered as the little man who did so much for a w ,n,| s
heavyweight titleholder. '
.u.nt ,he remarkable ** about Charley Goldman
V ? M8. CaurrT,h,S lifesavi"8 equipment In a little bag
attached to his belt, and the whole works cost h.m a single
"I put all my medications into it." Goldman mm i
know where to reach for each and every one and I save a
lot of time. It is those seconds that count between
rounds, as Charley well understand-.
I used to put the different things into pock
sweater or pants." Charley remembers Then
introducing him was not a graduate of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technol
When the Hebrew poet Bialik. vi-ited America, he
made a tour of leading cities and at one function the
chairman introducing him kept referring to him as "Doe-
Bialik. The pet made a grimace to indicate hi- dia>
w the chairman, thinking perhaps he
honoring Bialik spoke of h.m as "Pro-
Bialik which oi course made the poet squirm even
luctions are superfluous, when m
kti you know who the speaker la or
the meeting m the first place
n nence he would nol be Intro-
minence he require- no
H in> h.,ve a value ,n
wonderful in.
tolstei : church si
' introducing the rabbi -The man 1
th V abMl Hubbard spoke in st Louis
this man here U not Hubbsrd He is a phony "
When Hubbard rosi h i... i -i
Elbert Hubbard but i J, \ ;"lm" am
W ilium ESS Ke,-ly """""^ JUit ood- '
So far as Reform Judaism is concern
may be to some extent inferred trrrti ih,^
the President of Temple Emanu-KI .,[ \L?H
titude toward Conservative Judaism it ,J"*-
fact that I am President of the Board of n
Jewish Theological Seminary of America uT
toward Orthodoxy are indicated by the fart^h ^
every way possible endeavored to" further th
institutions and religious activities of the
gregatioruw"
Yet Marshall-* devotion to Judaism didm,
to what he considered excess chauvinism
vehement against, for example. Jewish Rem,
or a Jewish war veterans association And
observations on Jews in general were bitterW
are more Bourbon than the Bourboni
that it may be suspected that they have Jewish.
than Haman himself." Marshall had no such 1
nil long fight for Jewish rights ,n Poland in li?
with Roman Dmowski. leader of the anti-SeaM
National Democratic Party, and told him
things, that he was "simply monstr
Louis Marshall, in his long and busy ijft L
for an amazing number of thii^- The fanJ
tion with Rabbi Stephen S. Wim the nghtjNrT
new-papers. and religion in the school* art aU
with letters to disgruntled Semin.irv tudrnti
seeking law students, and even one'proteinst
to change the name of his street Outspokm as)]
he fought for freedom every moment, m
po-sible.
He died at the age of 73, in Zurich in 193
last, brief illness, he would start to work eachi
eight and finish up at one or two at night For!
-hall, that was the only way to arnen.',
ing and boots on." hard at work, as always,f|
liberty for others.
BORMS SMOLAR
A Decade of Prog?
AMERICAN JEWRY WILL participate in tbi|
** turn of the tenth anniversary of the tatal
Israel in a manner which may even exceed thet
of their own 300 years of settlement in this i
lesson learned from the failures of the ter-cente
brations will serve as a guide for orcanizinf i
brations in the United States to mark Israeli)
versary next year. Already plans are being \vi\
celebrations.
The chairman of the celebration committal]
either Sen. Herbert H. Lehman or Dr. Israeli
but the over-all chairman will probably be Ot]
Goldmann. Meyer Weisgall. who ha- been
rail's Premier David Ben Gurion a- chief i
celebrations, will spend a good deal of time ist
States to help the American celebration cos
plans Mis taking charge of the celebrations si
indication that they will be conducted both ill
and in Israel on s grand scale.
It is expected that thousand- and thousambsj
icansboth Jews and non-Jewswill in the i
Tenth Anniversary Year visit Israel Almo-ten
ican Jewish organization of importance will n
tours of Israel of its members. Plans arealisl
now by the I'nited Jewish Appeal to take'il
least 1.000 Jewish community leader- to IsrKli
mer to attend the anniversary celebrations Basi
would mean that the lesders of practically eviM
ized Jewish community in this country would
the I JA to join in this group.
The Hadsssah is similarly organizing nufej
it- members for mass tours to Israel. So *
Zionist groups in this country N< I to '!** *
arations they are making for celebrating ir~
veranry throughout the United States ettaWI
other groups, or separstely, or both
American Jewry, in addition to cel^J?"jy
tenth anniversary, will also celebrate the 20"J1
of one of its most important org-nitmns--
Jewish Appeal. The year 1958 mark- two "^
UJA'S coming into being as the major fund rj
ment of the American Jewish community
needs and Israel.
Danny Kaye Back in Colorful Movie 0|
JOL C. S.ECEL-S production ol "Merry AHr '^.....'
~ I>anny Kave !h). srr,,n ,,,;/> **"* TeU>
han two yean The picture provi^ \Jh^ "' m,,r-
the most colorful role of hi r, V <'">H-d,an with
^-^i if/B SgfSftz
The merriment -Urt> wh(.n l)annv
5- -h pick and fs9kiJSi ^
eountryaidi
ftWrSaWiSff
Andrew,
pith
.in ',
between ing for the statuette of the nnZT,\'*r>4" -
Posed y lie, buried in HoUlen" J 5 f-^ *"* SUP"
et. of my *ns,t,ve Andrew, a ImStV^r^ '" Sum- *<"
one night ,n" a trap Instead of the B, 1 ys Sihn"^ lalK
I fr.ro,.. meadow ia____' nt ""man statue h r._J. !

join the group of strolling show folks. A
happily as it should in s Danny Kaye i" ^
Pier Angeli is the circus queen on "-
whom the whimsical clown Andrew """-
Famed Metropolitan sUr Baccaloni 'PP^,
master. Noel Purcell. one of IrelandIPTJ
n as Danny's father, the crustJ "' p|tjl<
'' Johnny Mercer and Saul ('nap"n *.%r.5
ed tunesmiths. have written the mu*,c a'uBiDer*1
the special flavor of Kaye's humor m> ^m
ful specialty numbers. Michael M"? ^t^
ful staging of "L'il Abner" on Br< ^ml W!
motioa picture director in addition 'V^jjth-I
< horeographer. The madcap musical cw ^
ramerat in MGM's Culver City sl11"" ,*'Mt n*'*
"ng a 110-foot by l0-foot multit.meo
*nh rings, a bandstand snd bleacnet-
4.000 spectators.


August 23. 1957_
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COURT. 11th JU-
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LEGAL NOTICE
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nstitution Party Haven for Bigots
Iligwiislb-lEllioididPiaun
Florida. Friday. August 23, 1957
Section B
Launched
on Friday
|r to raise traveling ex-
Lor .ix (! renter Miami
lanv,,l participants in
K 1,-wish Olympics
be held in Israel next
.II be launched at a re-
Mieduled tor 4 pm. Friday
tlan.i In I, Miami Beach.
I the reception
K,l Harrj I> Hcnshel. of
|c. national chairman of
I Committee for
Inc.. and the six
I selected by
IP
hg the event will be
pan and Mrs. Harold
, of Miami Beach. Chair-
the local drive is Nor-
#r, president of the Met-
\n Miami Swimming Clob.
up ol outstanding Greater
I and civic leaders
I to the reception,
ro.
pant their advice, counsel
in aidimj these wonder-
J explained Sha-
ll raise a total of
i each hoy or
traveling and
I
ihis area were
\ 1040 10th st.:
, ;,:i.;5 S\V 32nd
1083 NF
i t Gn enbergi UW
. K :-. 2400
h .id Ciller.
\ rpt Giller,
gai htliitar, weaa
irl in aequatk
Disguises True Intent by
Identifying With Goals of
Honest Conservative Force
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, officers and founders of the Hebrew
Academy, present Harry and Rose Hebrew Scholarship to
Yona Porush, top student in Hebrew languaqe. Award was
presented at Academy's recent graduation exercises in Algiers
hotel.
Kane Accepts Co-Chairmanship of
Mt. Sinai Development Fund Drive
lonietta Back
fork Here
i i String Sinfonietta
en it- i activities
Ih a rehearsal
al 7 p.m. in
I Voulh (enter.
|rt Str*vvburg, director,
lit week that opaning* are
Available for qualified
i players. Membar* I fh
inc'ude professionals in
fields and businessman,
lave achieved a high degree
pteur musicianship.
' performed at
n will be Stra-
i e rt o in D for
ratorte "Israel
IPl." and Strassburg'a own
ntCMMh- "
h for Children
pah chapter of Pioneer
will wind up its summer
'- with ,i splash party and
mt Saturda> evening at the
Van hotel Proceeds are for
?n m brae)
Leaders of the Mount Sinai Hos-
pital development fund's drive to
raise $7,000,000 to complete con-
struction of Greater Miami's new-
est and most modern hospital this
week prepared to swing into high
gear.
Development fund chairman Dan
B. Huskin announced that Howard
Kane, immediate past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion. has accepted co-chairmanship
(if the important initial gifts divi-
ion.
Kana will sarva with Leonard
A. Wian, who headed tha divis-
ion last year.
More than 25 top community
leaders met with Kane in the board
room Of the hospital Wednesday
to map an intensive fall drive by
the division.
"With the new Mount Sinai Hos- He was associated with his
pital now already above ground, a I father Benjamin Kane, in devel-
new chapter in the growth of ^^ ,>|an(1 an(|
Greater Miami la being written, "'
Kane told his committee.
"There is still a huge job to be
done. A great deal mora money
must be raised to maet tha cost
of this construction, and tha bulk
of this money must come from
the efforts of the initial gifts
division."
A former vice president of the
Tail it tha third report in a
series by The lwhh floridian ex-
posing further behind-the-scenes de-
velopment on ffusseli Moewire's Con-
stitution party, Gerald 1. K. Smith
and the new hate literature. The
report appeareat originally in tha
Anti-Defamation league's publica-
tion, "feels."
It said it will campaign in the
Congressional elections of 1958 and
put up its own candidate in the
1960 presidential election.
T. Colcman Andrews is official
spokesman and Dean Clarence
Manion national chairman. The
executive committee includes John
U. Barr. New Orleans industrialist;
Charles E. Edison, former governor
of New Jersey; George S. Mont-
gomery, Jr., New York attorney;
and Morgan W. Strother, Rich-
mond, V.i.. business executive.
Tha Intarim Committee issuad
a formal statement that "the two
old parties can not be reformed
. The left-wing socialist ele-
ments in both of the old parties
have become so arrogant that
they have openly invited their
colleagues who insist uoon re-
spect for the Constitution to take
a walk. They have even threat-
ened to purge these patriots.
"Under the growing pressure
and domination of these leftist tac-
ti'.ris, the (''institutional govern
ment which the founders of this
nation established has all but dis-
appeared in the fog of socialism,
left wingism, disgracefully waste
ful spending, ruinous taxes, rough-
shod trampling of State and indi-
vidual rights by illegal federal
brute strength, and abandonment
of U.S. sovereign rights to
alien, un-American one-worldism."
The statement added that the
Committee intends "to create a liv-
ing, vigorous movement to which
all those Americans now robbed of
MacFarland, Jr., and George T.
Foster.
Right-Wing Literature
The ideology of the splinter par-
ty movement is being publicized
and promoted by publications such
as:
e 1. Right published in San
Francisco by Willis A. Carto, who
has been closely associated with
the Congress of Freedom. Carto
is seeking to build up this 4 page
sheet into a clearing house of right-
wing thought.
2. Dawn published in Port-
land. Ind.. by Sherwood C. Ide. who
was an elector of the Constitution
party in Indiana.
3. Free Men Speakpublish-
ed in New Orleans, La., by Kent
Courtney, who was chairman of the
New Orleans branch of Ten Million
Americans Mobilizing for Justice.
a 4. Free Enterprisepublished
in Chicago, 111., by Free Enterprise
Federation (leaders of right-wing
group. We The People).
5. Task Force published in
Washington, D.C., by Defenders
the American Constitution, which
is headed by Lieut. Gen. Pedro A.
del Valle (Ret).
6. Dan Smoot Reports pub-
lished in Dallas, Tex., by Dan
Smoot, formerly associated with
the defunct Facts Forum and now
active with For America.
(In The Cross and The Flag-
May, 1957 Gerald L K. Smith
writes: "I appeal to you. Mr. Sm
to cast caution to the winds, quit
toying around with the proverbial
right-wing protestation- and move
into the depth of the subject. In
other words. I am challenging you,
I am daring you to write in har-
mony with your complete intelli-
gence; namely on the Jewish ques-
tion ... I dare you to collaborate
with John Beaty who lives right
there in Dallas with you ." (Mr.
Smoot has not touched Smith's bait
HOWAZD KANt
political haven-Republican, pem-jand has k c(ear of anti.Semit.
ocrats and otherscan repair. ,
New Hate Literature
For the past six years, annual
gross receipts reported by Gerald
was an organizer of the Boulevard
National Bank of Miami.
Prior to serving as president of j
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, Kan? was campaign chair-
man of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in 1953 and was Community
Chest chairman for Miami Beach in
1950-51. He was chairman of the
Mercantile National Bank of Miami! Mount Sinai Hospital annual Jubi-
Beach, Kane has held many impor- j lee in 1954 and 1955.
tant posts in community planning' He is a member of the Cttianu
organizations. 'Board of the University of Miami.
Workmen's Circle In Meeting Here
The 38th annual conference of of Galveston, Tex.
*HAH CHANIN
the Southern District. Workmen's
Circle, will be held here over La-
bor Day weekend at the invitation
of the two local English-speaking
Branches 1050 and 1059. Headquar-
ters will be at the DiLido hotel.
Representing the national organ-
ization will be general secretary
Nathan Chanin. The Jewish Labor
Committee has ch->n acting t
utive director Benjamin TaHachin-
sky as delegate.
will Ik- chairman of the Southern
District, William B. Bell, of Hous
ton, Tex; vice chairman M. Y.
Merlin, of Atlanta, Ga.; and assis-
tant secretary Miss Frieda Weiner,
District secretary is local com-
munity leader Joseph Duntov.
Secretary for the English-speak-
ing division is Mrs. Evelyn
Weiner, of Miami.
The conference will open Sunday
morning at 10 a.m. Among the
highlights will be an annual re-
port of the District's activities to
h delivered by Duntov; a report
attending 0B tr.r '....... U** Committee's
work in anti discrimination, to be
presented by Tahachinsky; and a
talk on the role of the Workmen's
Circle in America, with Chanin as
.speaker.
The Committee said it is making
plans for a "national convention
to be held in 1960" when candi-
dates for President and Vice I'usi
dent will he chosen "irrespective
of party labels "
Formation of this Interim Com-
mittee seems at this point to be
another chapter in the checker-
ed career of the For America
group, whose political fortunes,
ever since it was resurrected in
1954 from the ashes of the pre-
war America First Committee,
have been very unrewarding.
The votes garnered by T. Cole-
man Andrews in the last presi-
dential contest were neglible.
Whether the Andrews group will
seek and gain the cooperation of
the Constitution party reconstitu-
ted under the leadership of Russell
Maguire is hard to tell at this
stage. The large community of in
tercst between the two suggests
that they may at some point work
together. But there has been a
cooling off between the two
groups. Andrews seems to be
gathering under his wing the more
responsible clement while Maguire
appears to attract more of the hate-
mongers. Already, in California,
individuals who have been actively
associated with anti-Semitic groups
in the Los Angeles area are begin-
ning to move into the ranks of the
Constitution party.
These should find a congenial
atmosphere in the deeper roots of
the party, which was established
in 1952 by some of the nation's
outstanding professional panders
of anti-Semitism, such as Upton
Close. Kenneth Goff, W. Henry
L. K. Smith have reached the six
figure mark. His latest report, filed
with the House of Representativ
under the provision of the Cor-
rupt Practices Act. shows that th
'"hiistian Nationalist Crusade last
ymt grossed $173,967.12. including
S36.957.10 in donations of $100 or
more.
Smith's reported income went
beyond his take in the two pre-
vious years and compares favor-
ably with that of 1953, though it
fell below his 1952 level. His gross
receipts for the past six years
were:
1956 $173,967 12
1955 $165,254.77
1954 $155,135.82
1953 $185,369.77
1952 $202,359.71
1951 $139,646.24
Smith has succeeded in main-
taining this steady financial return
on the strength of his fund-raising
enterprise and well-timed gim-
micks, added to a long-established
mailing list.
Aj. one of his latest promotions.
Smith offers a "map of the pro-
posed Negro Communist state to be
carved out of the South," which he
ays was "taken from the official
records of the Congressional Com-
mittee on Un-American Activities."
Readers can have the map for a
' small donation to cover cost of
mailing and handling." This map
was attached to an issue (Jan. 15,
'57) of The New Letter, a new semi-
monthly published by Smith.
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Weiss Ree/ected Head
Of Vaad Hakashruth
Declinin I arm. PWHp W*" was Tti.
draft
,u:- : Greater Mian i. Reelectii n came '" Im
Electi >-' pres
ident
dath [sn
Zali] B : Bh Aarcn ten
lack '
and Dan : -'':;
:on.
Olher officers named were
Louis Dublin, Kneseth Israel,
treasurer; Jer>v Shechfer,
Beth Israel, financial secretly;
Louis Merwitiar, Beth Tfilah,
corresponding secretary; and
Yaakov Giltelson, North Dsde
Jewish Center, recording secre-
tary.


the '< niti Ha-
day of its incept
Weiss ssid that "great patience
and perseverance" are an abso-
lute ntcessit/ as the organization
moves auead.
Rabbi, Mrs. Caplan Mark Annht
In Weiss.
the I lurant
Citi ; V it sue
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and a : I the United Va ter Mi
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called upon the community to sup-
port the kashi
which officially came into being kashruthi.
Distinquished actor James
Caqney stars with Dorothy
Malone and Jane Greer in
UniversaMnte r n a t i o n a l's
"Man of a Thousand Facc-c,"
now playing at Carib, Miami
and Miracle theatres.
Rabbi and Mrs Jonah K. Caplan
will observe their 25th wedding an
niveraarj BafK I
their rtmrriasc in Montreal
on s, p| |, 1932 they came to Mi-
ami, when Rabbi Caplan occupi-nl
the pulpit at the Miami liili
Orth n oregatkNi, then loca-
;,,l on SW 3rd t near 15th ave.
this congregation changed
its i. Batb BL
The) have three children, a
daughter, Faith, who is ..n senior
student al Stern College for Wo
i ihiva rnivcruty; a
r, Shulamit, who graduated
Beth Israel Women Plan
Member Luncheon in fall
Mr- Isidore Friedman, presi-
dent, Wednesday announced that
Beth Israel Congregation Sister-
hood is planning a memlMTahip
louche.hi sometime in the fall.
erhood number* among its
projects maintenance of the con-
tion's religioiu school and
kosher lunchroon. Mrs. Friedman
said.
(torn Miami Bears*
June. IB57.ind J*
student at ih? H-W.S
Rabh, c,plan ,b^H
of ,h" Florida rh^.*"""]
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HIM HlDMLItl
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GUtRaNTEtO
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last Dec 13.
"The complex problems
ruth in a community like oar-
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Tempt Wilted Appetites!
COOL SUMMER SALADS
Friedman to be Speaker
,i BYith I idge and CJ
|l will hold .i I
Park I.
Iman will
Religious Zionists
Eye Bond Goal
America
dur-
nning
Rabbi
ud was -'

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man. national president
Zionist itm rica.
Quota for Greater Miami is
$50,000 for the area's Orthodox
congregations.
thai Israel ha pro
inning
with Roan Haahona 5718 .i- ., ,,i,.
n <>( the tenth yeai ,! Israel'i
Rabbi Stoalaaan
yur <:nmc-
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i August 23. 1957
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lion, Dayan Say Israel's Top Morale
|| See Her Through New War Clouds
I | n.\i- Israel's leaders, viewing watchfully and with-
f lWjng Soviet arms deliveries to Arab countries
| Syria indicated thin week that they were relying on such
I intan'aihles as spirt! and morale, as well as armed strength.
lard* thoir nit ion:*Thcre were reports that Israel was plan-
iniercampaign against Soviet incitement in the Middle Bast
Minister I'.a id-Ben Gurion
n Mo, Dayan, lartell
lv,i ol Staff, reviewed the
in this week in
".,, ,;. Israeli Military
Meanwhile, informed
'...id thai the Israel Govern-
to end a policy
,o n the subject ol Soviet
enl against Israel with the
i White Book." Ob-
,,,,..i that Premier Ben
>,.! charged rfl a confer-
re that antiSemitism in the
Union had neither <
ikened
his address to the military
the Premier indicated
brtel was not afraid of the
of rms to certain Arab
countries. "Tho flow f arms
to Arabs," ho said, "will not bo
helpful to them in overcoming
Israel, since our strength is with
the human being and his spirit
and morale."
The Prime Minister reviewed Is-
rael's achievements after the Sinai
campaign and emphasized that I-
rael'l name now enjoys more es-
teem throughout the world than
I niggle, or even fight, for this
waterway again."
Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israeli
Army Chief of'Staff, told the
same audience that Russian help
to some Arab countries as part
or^Tie Sevtet cemparejri to- estab-
lish a firm foothold in the Mid-
dle East, and Western assistance
to "pro-Western" Arab countries,
had resulted both in strengthen-
ing the Arab countries and in-
creasing their hostility toward
Israel.
He said the increased hostility
was due to the fact that the Arab
countries no longer feared any for-
during the pre Sinai davs. Among j eiRn Power intervention on behalf
.. ...... ,. of Israel. Against this anti-Israel
the achievements he listed was the | development. Gen. Dayan listed the
freedom of passage of Israeli, ship-1 widening split in the Arab world
ping to the port of Elath whicli had with Syria and Egypt ranged
been hampered by Egypt before \ Win/* Jordan. Saudi Arabia. Iraq
_. ..i. i and Ivebanon. and changes in Jor-
the S.na. campaign. However, he > Apab ^^ whjch h(, lj>t(,(|
emphasized that he was not sure as -positive factors" from Israel's
'whether "we shall not have to'viewpoint.
Four Bits, famous entertaining quartet, ere again appearina in
New Orleans room at Miami Springs Villas, where thsy com-
pleted an 18-month engagement last sprinq prior to qoihg on
tour of Western nightclubs.
6B Chapters Begin Round of Sessions
An ADL Workshop was to be
principal part of the program ol
the Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Women and B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of South Florida
when they were to meet Thursday
evening at the Biltmorc Terrace
hotel.
Coordinating activities during the
week for the Thursday event wore
trie Society in a visual screening
test Aug. 28. from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m.. at Hialcah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center. Results of the I
will be recorded, and children may
take the information to their phy-
cians. according to Mrs. David
Sachs and Mrs. Joseph Alperin. co-
chairmen of the event.
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter will
rlieb, Udoff
ted to Judea
k mm. president of Temple
1 Wednesday, the
ment ol Cantor Herman K.
Y nil Benjamin Udoff to
pie's
Gottlieb, who will assume
' by Cantor Irving
|rm. is a Graduate of Riga
College and the State Con-
i Music, Riga. Latvia.
la- ol the Hebrew Union
ol Education and Sacred
|H- holds the degree of can-
rator.
(ifer Gottlieb, who comes
[from Niwburgh, N.Y., will
i his duties at Temple Judea
tpt. 1.
will become the Temple's
in director. From Balti-
iMil. where he has 20 years
in religious educa
Kliif received his degree nt
on Hebrew College and has
pirector ol one of the largest
:r. the city of Baltimore for
i eight years. He will also
hi- duties on Sept. 1.
|bi Morris \ Skop, spiritual
anil Robert Strassburg, or-
tnd composer, as well as a
i 30 ( rtified teachers will
tally Hebrew and relig-
ther with Cantor
^b and I doff.
i lion will begin Monday,
nd continue through
18 at the Temple office, 320
I: >m !) a.m. to 5 p.m.
CANTO* NfMMN COTTllfB
[New Chaplains
Go on Duty
|NKW YORKNineteen Jew
I ins fine of the largest
groups of new chaplains to
1 into military service at
ince World War IIen-
" this week for orien-
Kl training, Rabbi Morris
Frnan. Baltimore, chairman of
1 Jewish Welfare
1 ommission on Jewish
[ announced Wednesday.
* J the 19 new Jewish chap-
pill be readj to officiate at
Prices for Rmb Hashona and
IMppur m Sept-mber. Jewish
p chaplain*
illy
kh ?!! JWB cmraision on
w Chaplaincy, which rcpre
,ne < entral Conferenc i ol
n Rabbis (Reform). Rabbin
sembly of America (Comer-
ami Rabbinical Council of
B '- the iMvernment-author-
'"' crving the rem
iu'f and morale needs of
mum personnel and Jew-
ians Adnn.iis
" ,"''' It is also the
un,tr:'"''"",n of '***
""> t-enters and YM-YW-
He's Candidate for
County Commission
Irving Hoffman. Miami Beach
realtor. Wednesday announced his
candidacy for the County Commis-
sion.
During the recent election for
citv council in Miami Beach. Hoff-
man ran 250 votes short of election.
"With strong support from many
civic minded groups in District
Five, plus a comprehensive coor-
dinated program that is now under
way, I feel I have a better than
even chance to win." Hoffman said.
The candidate is chairman of the
arbitration board of the Miami
Beach Board of Realtor- He is
also a member of the New York
and Florida Bar Assns.. and he is
affiliated with many civic, vctcr
MB', religiou- and fraternal or-
ganizations
Shore Registration
Hours Continuing
Registration for North Shore
Jewish Center religious school is
now in progress. Nathaniel Glick-
man. chairman of the religious
school board revealed this week.
The Hebrew school, open to
children from eight years of age
and over, features the integrated
religious school program is rec-
ommended by the Conservative
movement. All students attend
classes three times weekly, Glick-
man explained.
The Sunday school offers an
integrated ten-year course of
study from kindergarten to con-
firmation, s
The double session program pro-
vides for the correlation and inte-
gration of extra-curricula activities
during 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
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.
Mrs. George Baltuch and Mrs. Nor-, hold an open board meeting Wed-
man Reinhart. presidents respec- nesday evening at the Merry-Go
lively of the sponsoring organiza- ] Round restaurant. A general meet
t ions', and Mrs. Karl Greenberg and ; big is due at Zamora Jewish Cen
Mrs. Nate Spiegelman, ADL chair- ter Sept. 3. Guest speakers at thei-
i board affair last Wednesday were
I the Mesdames George Baltuch,
l Gerald Srrltz and Frank Smulson
men.
Present at the event were to j
be ADL representatives from
Jacksonville, Daytona, Orlando,
Sarasota, Tampa, West Palm
Beech, and Dade and Broward
counties.
Nate Perlmutter. ADL regional
director, was to be guest speaker,
with Miss Priscilla Rosenfeld. re-
gional*cducational director.
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
Rabbi Lerer Says
Cong. Blameless
Monticello Park Congregation
I spiritual leader Rabbi Isaac Lerer
Wednesday emphatically denied
that his congregation was in anv
B'nai B'rith Women will hold an vvay involved in the gambling activ
informative program at the Alcazar
hotel Wednesday evening.
Transportation is provided to
and from the Center for all classes
All departments are staffed with
licensed teachers. The religious
school program is under the super-
vision of Jerome B. Gordon, edu-
cational director.
Subject is "Our Heritage
How to Celebrate Our Significant
Holidays." Considered will be
Rosh Hashona, Yom Kippur,
Passover, Chanwka and Purim.
Chairman is Mrs. Erwin Mar-
shall.
Flamingo chapter will join with
Flamingo Lodge and the Optome-
South Dade Posts
Registration Time
Registration for religious schools
at South Dade Jewish Center oped -
Surfttay, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon,
in the University of Miami Me-
morial bldg.
Registration continues Wednes-
day evening, 7:30 to 9 p.m., in the
South Miami Community Center.
Other hours include Sunday.
Sept. 8, from 10 a.m. to 13 noon
in the University of Miami Me-
morial bldg. Sunday school opens
Sept. 15. with regular religions
school launched Sept. 9.
iius on its premises resulting in
the arrest of 18 persons Friday.
The denial followed a raid by
two sheriff's deputies about 1
a.m. Friday morning, after the
two deputies watched through a
window of Monticello Park Con-
gregation at 163rd St. and NE 9th
ave. as 18 men played cards on
three tables with a joint kitty of
$210 at the moment of arrest.
"Various civic and fraternal or
ganizations are permitted the ate
of our Center facilities as a meet
ing hall." Rabbi Lerer declared.
"These privileges given the or
ganizations are strictly intended
lor meetings only, and if such pnv
ileges are abused, it is without OW
knowledge or sanction."
Cord* Party Wednesday
Greater Miami Auxiliary of th
American Medical Center at Den
ver held a card party at the Bill
more Terrace hotel Wednesdav
evening. Co chairmen were Mis.
EUnbeth ROM anil Mrs. Peggv
Goldblume.
are recruited
endorsed and s( r
Cessel to Direct
Registration at Mora
Registration for new and old stu-
dents will begin Tuesday. Sept. 3.
0 I m at Oxford School. 1204 West
ave.. Miami Beach.
lay, and girls from preschool
through elementary and h i g n
school may enter Oxford, which
both a day and boarding de-
partment.
Dr Abraham M Cassel. founder
and director of Oxford, will return
from hi*, trip abroad in time W
guide the enrollment
Amity Club AW
Amity Club will meet Saturday
evening at the Bam Bood hotel.
Single adults between the a^e* ol
25 and 39 arc invited.
Democratic Club Stumps
for Danbaum as Police Chief
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
has unanimously adopted a resolu-
tion recommending appointment of
Beq F. Danbaum as the city's police
chief.
The naming of Danbaum came at
I special meeting of the club's
board of governors, which moved
t, recommend the appointment of
a prominent citizen of Miami
Beach, who is experienced in police
work and has proven ability as in
administrator for the post of police
chief or commissioner."
Danbaum was chief of detectives
;md commissioner ol police of
Omaha. Nebr.. in 1924 and ha- been
a resident here for the past 14
feus.
FOR SMOOTH SAILING UNDER BALMY SOUTHERN SKIES
SUN CRUISE
HAIFA
FROM NEW YORK TO
WITH STOPOVERS AT:
Sisterhood Has luncheon
A membership coffee and des
sert luncheon was held by the Sis-
,,-rhood of Temple Ner Tamid Wed
13 at the home of Mrs. Jack
KUngir. 9264 Bay dr. Vice presi-
,,,." of membership Mrs. Allen
Acker chaired the program, with
Mrs. Jack Jarrett. The Sisterhood
weekly donor games to take
place every Monday afternoon at
the Americana hotel.
TWO SPECIAL SAILINGS:
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OCT. 3 OCT. 25
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hotel ho'i
Si'i,.'- Mr. and Mr,.JMJ* Gc^ J
G0-d=n,
v ilsa >-- seen.
p,| Pops Whitman J'n
Mr. Gordon, b> th<
w,""n,Li,.h
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6644 N Fa rl
Re-ah Alex-
ander Harold Bell f Mr. and Mrs Rain* Bell
N !
Park,
Tobe or no* Tot Tobi Firtel's I
Tst* Lee Mrs.
Miriam Mertik Toha
with her aunt Irving Firtel : 431 I
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in the teen .
Th Firtels (he's the Lji two otfai r
' MaxifM Debra.
Felice (Mrs. Gerald) Schwarri writes from Minnesota thai
. The Schwarties drove up Iii visit Felice's
twin sister, Janice Ribnick, husband Am, and baby Jan's new
home is almosl furnished, and has -nine unusual touches, on<
them a white bathroom which goes ultra modern with a black plan-
ter for contrast An original mural a> painted to match the
color scheme throughout the house, In coral, turquoise and browns
The twins, who arc identical, go) up a calypso number with
Am, complete with costumes, maracas and drums, and performed
lor i r.e ol the numerous parties thrown in honor ol Felice's visit
. Gerry took a >ide trip to New York.
Rabbi Simon April, ol Miami Hebrew Congregation, is bark
from Wiesbaden, Germany, after spending a month there He
I Mrs. April in Savannah, where they visited with son-in-law
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal. and then went to
Lakeland to see their ion, Rabbi Samuel April, ol Lakeland's Tom
pie Emanu-E!.
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It was a baby boy for Joel and Georganne Laube. ol 560 N\V
^'"v ''''' -" Th.s re Dade Heights Jewish (enter nv
proud a- punch of the new addition .
Helen and Charles Spingarn, ol 3628 Riviera C have I I
fifth m Iding anniversary coming up on Aug. 28 Charlie's in
the slicing mathine business .
Is your.; Don Green combining a t,ip
when he goes up north? The handsome president ol l
urant ha- been hinting about bril
that hes passed hi- Florida Bar exams.
>
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Waxman, ol \. >. rk City, in
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman
1111 S Venetian ct., Bi-< iyne I-land .
, ,*^ F^,^ot fansy's Flowers. Miami Beach. I
81 'he Emerald Beach hotel in Nassau Pansy hers
while, has been bus) attending the 44th anno,, the
Association in chicaen thi-
She | pated n the building of a hug.
upuoverSO.Of.Orose^and eh wU| J
the Chicago Lnited Appeal Fund lor their 1<>57 dr.w
. EIanJ-;i i in order at Duncraggan Inn, in Rei
| and the list ol Miamians getting togel
cool brnwesisstill growing Dr an
Mrs. Max Pepper, daughter Nancy, Martha ... | Stanley Myers
lr"X'" Ui' Mr and m!'
Bernie Frankel and their sons, the J. Schect.rs the Bam.! r
.d Dr. and Mrs. M. Ball. ,, ,. .,, ,..,. ^Tt^Tu
Lipmans, the Max Lipm.ns and the Lou Lipmans Mr" and M, *
Chetlin and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deutsch V Siul
More of the Mian:; t included Mr .-j m > .
Granat, of l37 X. Bis. ,, r*7S^^^ "*^
1041 SW 8th ave. and Mr. and Mrs. E. HoTowiJ I .^Z T'
. Also the Charles Brenners, the M.cT,|'.tri 'ihV u"
, and Mr. and Mr Pr.J r.____...... w"er>*. the Martin
;i\e
Smiths, and Mr. and Mr, Fred G;..;w:,:;n(.:rS.;

Children have their place in the sun, too and one of mm
Camp Belle Aire. up in the Cumberland Mountain" In TenneLt
Sharing camping experiences are llene, Marsha and Siu,t .v. W '
Of M.and Mrs. Ti.d.n Cor.nb.om; C.air., VStflE*
Mrs. Morn, D. M.g.r; Philip, ton of Mr. and Mrs. ,!,' .
and Mr .d Mrs. Arthur Ro.inek's young-,er-, *!!&
Gett.ng a special kick out of Belle Aire "trip-outs" are i Lmm7
Retort, and J.fir.y. children of Mrs. Gussi. B.rm.n, Z
and Michael, whose parents are the Jo.hu. Kli9.rm.ns Then-.
also Sus.n. daughter of the A.vin W.rr.n., and M.rily.' daughler
of the Sam H.nnons, and B.rW. and Barry, who belong to Mr Z
Mrs. Joseph D. Sehw.rtx. "* *nd
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Richard Kanners to Live in Gainesvi
In a 4:30 p.m. ceremon\ on Sunday tj
Temple Israel. Miss Chn-ta Miriam !|frt,-l
daughter of Mr. and Mrs I i.,.; Uertue^ i
(icrniany. became the bride n| Kichard
nor. son of Mr. and Mis Aaron M Kannerl
dr. N.. Miami. ''
The groom's family are I i time resii
Hla father is president of tl (ireater Mum]
Federation.
Ranhi Joseph Narot officiated at the u
Maid of honor was Marcia Jen ,th Mr\|
Anton acting as matron ol honor.
was in charge of the gue-t b
Best man for his broth,, ,. Lethal
Ushnra included Malcolm I'nedtiun, Leocnfl
and Arthur Ossinsky
The bride selected a I .. rin.i length i
imported chantilly lace, with scooped
cmhroidercd with teed pearl-, cap sle
bodice and bouffant skirt \\ .ring i
lets, her French illusion veil fell fron n
matching lace.
Given in marriage by Samuel Kanner.i
uncle of the groom, the bride carried whitti
on the groom's confirmation Bible. Fort
old. she carried a chantilh lac handke
by Hie groom's mother on her ei|iimj dafl
The bride received her educatioa iaj
Mr. Kanner has a BS degree from the la
Florida at Gainesville and i- presently at!
school there. He is a member of Tau
fraternity.
Following a reception at Temple hi
couple are spending their lim.i \ moon oil
Florida. They will make their home in i
where Mr. Kanner is to continue his law
Sunday Ceremony
Ties Tatelbaums
Miss Sondra Olshan and Earl Ta-
telbaum were married Sunday in
the home of the bride's parent-.
Mr and Mrs. Marshall Ruben. 3308
Ponce de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz perform-
ed the ceremony. A reception fol-
lowed
Mi-- Olshan wore a gown of
, chantilly lace and nylon tule with
;a sweetheart neckline and cap
sleeves. A cap of lace held her
illusion veil She carried orchids
and carnations.
Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara
Schwartz and Miss Betsey Bystork.
I bridegroom is the son of
Mr- Frances Tatelbaum. 3041 SW
2nd -t and the late Harry Tatel-
l.aum
The couple will live in Miami
after their honeymoon
MISS If.NDA HUMAN
Hermans Reveal
Linda's Betrothal
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White Cotton Gown
For Mrs. Rubin
nda) ceremony nt the hODM
Mr and Mr-.
P. S >nkm. 818 84th st Mi-
leach, united Inna Mae Gu-
sick and Leonard H. Rubin, son ol
Mr and Mrs. li.itt; Kubin. 821 Jef
ferson ave Miami Beac li
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A white cotton eyeleti
med with a white satin
fingertip veil as ora
bride Her flowMI
tions and ro>i buds.
Her sister Mr-. StankjJ
was matron of honor
Grayson wa- best man
After a reception, till
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August 23. 1957
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Courland, Corin
Exchange Vows
At a candlelight ceremony at
the Algiers hotel. Mm I.ibhy Corin
and Bertram L. Courland ex-
changed wedding vows Saturday,
Aug. 17. Rabbi Samuel Lerer of-
ficiated at the 8 p.m. vows.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Corin, 1127 Euclid
ave., Miami Beach, and was assist-
ed by Mrs. Marcia Borey, matron
of honor.
1h.- groom, who is the son of Mr.
and Mr*. (Jeorge -CourWrnd.- I)or-
ebastar, Mm** had as his best man
i.i .id Stern, Randolph. Mass.
The bride wore a ballerina-
length gown of white lace and net
over taffeta, with scalloped neck-
line and pearls. Her shoulder-
length veil loll from a crown with
pearls, and she carried a Bible with
three white orchulv
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. The bride-
groom graduated from Northeast-
ern University, and is employed
with Sperry Gyroscope. Great
Neck. N.Y.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony in the Rubaiyat room
of the Algiers. After a motor trip
through Florida and North Caro-
lina, the couple will live in Long
Island. N. Y.
Safra, Shifke
Exchange Vows
Lorraine Safra. daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. A. J. Safra. Miami Beach,
was married to Melvin Shifke Sun-
day evening. Aug. 11, at Beth Jacob
Congregation. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shifke,
of Coral Gables.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern officiated
and was assisted by Rabbi Pincus
Briskman. of Yeshiva Torah Vo-
daath. Brooklyn. N.Y.: Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross. Hebrew Academy,
Miami Beach; and Rabbi Shmarya-
hu T. Swirsky. Beth El Congrega-
tion. Miami.
The bride circled the groom
three times, in the traditional cus-
tom, under a canopy of white roses.
Her parents accompanied the bride
down a flower-banked candle-lit
aisle.
The -bride wore an ivory satin
and lace gown with a short train
and carried a bouquet of white
FOMa and lilies-of-the-valley.
Maid of honor was Miss Sandra
Barson, and matron of honor was
the bride's sister. Mrs. Sheldon
Friedman. Best man was Arnold
Glantz, and Bert Levy was usher.
Following the ceremony, a din-
ner was held in Whitman hall. I
Out-of-town guests included Rabbi j
Pincus Briskman, Mrs. Frank
Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Friedman and daughters, all

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ROBERT BRANDON
Kane, Brandon To Live in Havana
Werner-Kahn
IS. eCRTRAM COUtLANO
ipensation May
ily to Widows
Mdow'< income dOM not af-
t eligibility for death com-
ber, payments if her veteran
ti pdition. C W. Boggs, officer
i : the Veterans Adminis-
i office :n Miami, said Wed-
ie mi-understanding may
pn this point. Boggs explain-
tth compensation," he add-
fmay be paid the widow of
Itrtn whose death was the
ft of his service. Her other
has no bearing on it*
ent."
I emphasized,
tic limitations do apply to
Jeath pension, which may be
hi widow of a wartime vet-
phu died ol a nonservice-con-
i ion."
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony Saturday evening. Aug.
17, at the Seville hotel, Joy Linda
Kane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis T. Kane. 2055 S. Miami ave..
Miami, became the bride of Robert
Alan Brandon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David P. Brandon, of Havana. Cuba.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. officiated at the
7:45 p.m. rites. Decor was pink
and white.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Susan Kane. Bridesmaids included
Carol Kahn. Bobby Cohen. Judy
Brandon and Ronnie Frantzman.
Best man was Fred Samuels, of
Havana. Ushers included Terry
Kane, paternal uncle of the bride.
Robert Kane, a cousin. Earl Bran
don and Michael Brandon.
Newlywed Mrs. Brandon is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and the University
of Alabama. Her husband was ed-
ucated in schools in Havana.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony at the Seville. In
charge of seating cards was Mrs.
Leonard Morris. Among guests
were Mr. and Mrs. 11. Cohen, pa-
ternal grandparents of the bride;
Mrs. Bessie Morris, the bride's ma
ternal grandmother; and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Brandon, of Havana, the
groom's paternal grandparents.
After a honeymoon in Mexico,
the couple will make their home in
Havana.
Sisterhood Board to Meet
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
Congregation will hold its fir^t
board meeting of the season Tues-
day morning at 10 a.m. Mrs. Abra-

from New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gold and Mr. and Mrs. Max,
Gold, Boston, Mass.: Sam Gold, ham Barkan is president.
Houston, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Richman and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Shafer, Toronto. Canada; and Mr.
and Mrs. J. Herscowitz of Lake-
land. Fla.
The newlyweds will live at 17
Salamanca. Coral Gables, after a
motor trip through Tennessee.
Forst, Pelenberg Reveal Betrothal
A January wedding is planned Eleanore to Lowell D. Fisher, of
Study Piano with a Highly Skilled
Concert Pianist and Teacher
Juilliard Graduate
Courses for Children, Adults, Parformar* ALL LEVELS
I 7-4480
FRIEDA FELDMAN
1121 N.E. 178th Tarr.
North Miami Beach
Isabel
oni
Katie
by Miss Sandra Forst and Marvin
Pelenberg. Miss Forst is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Alfred Forst. 2528 SW
24th St.. and the late Mr. Forst.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Pelenberg.
3730 SW 29th st, are the parents
of the future bridegroom.

Bregman Kranti
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bregman.
1510 Bay dr.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Miss Bea-
trice M. Bregman. to Robert L.
Krantz. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Krantz, 901 NE 74th st.
Miss Bregman is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and is
a senior at the University of Miami.
Mr. Krantz is a graduate of Mi-
ami Edison High School and the
University of Florida. He is a
member of Pi Lambda Phi fratern-
, ity-
The wedding will take place in
' December.

Goodman Fisher
Mr and Mrs. Lew Goodman. 8918
Garland ave., Surfside. announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Miami Hebrew Book Store]
1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Relioious Supplies for
Synagogue., School! Private Ute |
ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS
Bay Harbor Islands.
Miss Goodman attended Miami
Beach High School and the Univer-
sity of Miami, where she received a
bachelor of education degree.
Mr. Fisher, son of Mrs. B. Fisher
and the late Mr. Fisher of Chica-
go. 111., is a graduate of Lake For-
est University and did post-grad-
uate work at Loyola University. He
is a member of the Surfside-Bay
Harbor Junior Chamber of Com-
merce.
A June wedding is planned.
Center Nursery Schools Will
Open at Three Branches ___
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center nursery schools will of-
ficially open Monday. Sept. 9. at
the Town Branch. 450 SW 16th
ave.; Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd.;
and North County YMHA Branch,
14036 NE 6th ave.
Registration for admission to
these schools, which is currently
going on in the three areas, can
be made with Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man. Center nursery school super-
visor, at the Town Branch.
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Sisterhood Plans Meeting
Sisterhood of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will hold
its first meeting of the season Wed-
nesday evening at 951 Flamingo
Way. Hialeah.
POSITION WANTED
bv young man. 32. bookkeeper,
stenographer, and office manager,
local experience and reference!. If
intereited please call my brother.
Mr. Bush, of National Employment,
at FR 9-8443. who will make an
appointment for me.
EXPERIENCED
BAAL TFILAH
wishes position
for the High Holidays as
MUSEPH A BAAL TEKEAH
in Orthodox Congregation. Call
FR 1-7315; if no answer please
call in evening
invite you to their
DRESS SHOP
"Slylu of Distinction at Pricet You Ltko"
Plenty of
blackstone
flower shops
to serve you
24 hours
phone JE S-1SM
HOTEL...MOTEL... HOME
fr APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS
W. ere bar. to serve y.w wW. COMPUTE LINI Of LINENS
CANNON SHUTS BLANKETS SPREADS
* PILLOW CASES BATH TOWILS
DISH TOWILS
DRAPES CURTAINS BED PADS RUOS
TABLE CLOTHS PLASTIC GOODS
Cannon Wonwutto FteMcraet PeelHe
AIR CONDITIONED
free
parking
front
ond rear
M 71,tST.
SALE ON
ENTIRE STOCK BATHING SUITS
BEACHWEAR SPORTSWEAR
UN 6-0112
ATTENTION nsra CONSUMERS
--------- -----MIAMI
those
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I Ksihr",^!1 "" Pee'al VaTeTaeal bearing Vaad name. Oe si
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J' '*rv' "'ce thet It can vertfy the Kaehruth ONLY of
r *'"'""*nts that have the VAAO LICENSE. All Vaad Super
FV'ry must h. .___i.i ...... .__. .__-i u..rf name. Be
MR. BUSINESSMAN
ond MRS. HOUSEWIFE.
We eon use oil year hsolete far-
nitere, rua t, liaaai, eotfasae ]*
fry, lamas-* aayfMag tfcaf
yea capital stasfl.ti
PROCEEDS GOING TOWARD THE
SUPPORT Of THE 4 DISTINGUISH-
ED OID MEN AND WOMEN AT THE
JEWISH HOM1 FOR THI AGED.
f lease aWa re as er eatl aar
m,. SilveratM far pfck a ot
THE THRIFT SHOP
Pi 1-JfO 524* NE anal Ae.
Open every tley I te 4:34)
Clo.ee- Safaraayt
II NABLA IVANOL
MIAMI
WHOLESALE
CORPORATION
B. UROTT, MB*.
127
N.L 9th St.
PR 1-8737
PARKIN!

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Nautilus Student
Is Bar Mitzvah
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FRANK
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Junior 1
Her Tamid Opens School;
Services at Balmoral

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Registration Hows Staled
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Rabbi Caplan Will
Officiate at Coral
Way High Services
will officiate
mccs of Coral
>. v. h Coiter.
i enter officiala declared Wed-
Ihal service1! are -rh"duled
:i.l> auditr>rum.
\! run, well-known c>n-
trl will render the muMc.il
i the liturgy
Rabbi Caplan it currently di-
rector of the Florida regional of-
fice for Yeshiva University.
Prior to assuming this oost, ha
was spiritual laadar of Knasath
Isreel Congregation. Ha resign-
ed his pulpit to take on Yashiva's
program hera.
Rabbi Caplan is a 1931 graduate
v hiva l piver-iiy He assumed
pulpil in Miami immedi-
[olk>wias his graduation. He
subsequently served as spiritual
leadi tioa Beth El.
., 1.1 lor 16 years.
Prior to Ins return to Miami
teach in 1954. he also served in
San An!<.mo. Tex.
Freeman is noted for his- early
American muMC renditions, as well
: hi- i. pertoire of Israeli 'oik
He i- a recording artist
and hai appeared, among other
place- at New York City's famous
Town Hall.
IlitLAaw
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Beth RafHj
Sfetorhotej
IS NOtMNC 4
BOAT HIRE |
Swnloy, August 2541
ot 5 rM.
Pier 8 "Sow
Cfceiriromon: lKf
President. MIS. PEAH
Menter Bar Mitivah Will
Be Solemnized Saturday



Relaxation Topic of folk

txpert Slated in Talk
Jewish i
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iCiUIEJIMMTA
fr COtOa IY TKHNICOLOt
REDUCED SOMfAEft PrfiCIS
SCECAC'.LAP .
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THRILL:-.'.
Phone R-s-vat
Fascell Assumes
Committee Load
Only three ol the 43." members
of the I I!
more committee anil
ubcommil oroenl than
"i Florida
ell
in hi- thh
recenl -pec
in a-
Ij bj Reps Hoffman
(D Mo i.
nine

A member of two major com-
mittee?, Foreign Affairs and
Government Operations, he also
serves -n ix subcommittees
Inter-American Affairs, Interna-
tional Organizations and Move
meofs. Military Operations, Gov-
ernment Information, Public
Works and Resources, and Ee-
cutive and Legislative Reorgani-
zation.
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North Shore Jewish Center
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL REGISTRATKtfj
Nursery Kindergarten Hebrew Sunday
SUNDAY, AUGUST 25
10 A.M. to 12 NOON
For Information I all I > K-*,J||
26 7.-1 h Strefet, Miami Bear*
Parents Musi Accompany CftiWren fft ReeW**]
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATI
teTrSl^V Ver 55 Reform Libwal Congtejgallowi cordlaUy invite, you
the Congregational larrrily of any of the Synagogue. ***d bd"T
TEMPLE BETH-El
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
TEMPLE JUDEA
TEMPLE SINAI
SOUTH DAOE JEWISH CENTER
HOLLYWOOD
RABBI MINARD KLEIN
MIAMI BEACH
RABB' WRT LAUDNOAIE
RABBt MARTUS RAN90N
MIAMI
RABBI JOSEPH NROT
WEST PALM BEACH
RABBt IRVING COHEN
CORAL GABIES
RABBI MORRIS SKOP
nn NORTH MIAMI
oABBI BENNO WALLACH
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August 23, 1957_
* Jeni+Ifkridliciii
Page 7-B
irstein Dies
\e at Age 58
Li silversteln, 58. of
,| Beach
A.i- 17-
2301
died
i M> .....i i.tl i 'hand,
w Iil> burial In Southern Mi
Park
17." Well-known for
l community activ-
hcrc 38 years ago
Re c:,mc
fccvv Y"i*V '<>'
TSlvcr-tein was a nn-mrxT of
the American Le-
an., .ho Zionist Omani/ation
iBeach. the Jewish Home
, (he BftJI amUew-
fod of Miami Beach, He was
n
Sales.
HARRY B. HANDLER
ft, "f I !'. BW I Aug. 13. A
. 1 h< :' < t Ve1
W.i I Hi Ii hli
arlfe, Sophli lartln I..;
rtaughti r, M
I, hil.l
ii : i I n I .ii. a I t !..>.-. with tiurl.il
in Star i'f David Perneti
er pi wholesale novelty ,
v Sylvern'a
,-fran ,., World War I. he .s
1 hv hi- wife, Molly, and a
Mr/M.,0 An-t.of New York.
Ei'were \u. 18 at River-
afh Memorial Chapel, with
land Memorial Park.
ABE M. SCHWARTZ
it, ni I ;.;;'. Ad imi ave., died \

l -1 hi Tempi* lleth Ktrnle n H
ai. hi- wiii i: '..;. i: two
Ronnie II and i ieana. a nd
f.iiin r, i i> ,im i bin i.il
Surviving are Me
lf< Mii'in. ia, i- ran and
larnn two rtaughti i M H>lvia
Ro* nthal and Mi Badye Rathbart;
nd igbl
Hellman l'
chapel, with burial In Bti
('emeu i
-' r\ Icaa it nd b
York, with Gordon
.. nf local ar-
ISRAEL LESIN
fis, ff mi \inrr I :
S. i \ i nne Ana. II iii IMvemlde-
rieai'li M. ii' i I. 'v lilt burial Ii
! I '.'. I I i ill! I I \
IcMANtCL FINEMAN
w,i, ,. .died Vug. U In
, ; i i,>rl|) -al.Milan, h.
",,,,,. |.. 12 yeare Borvlv-
,:.,t..,.
., ... i
wart
oral Home, with
Ml. N
[HYMAN GOFSEYEFF
die i Anc

five
ii A
:,,. wife, Ida.
Si-r\ i.-.'n unil
,'.,, HI'. i(h
,1 Chapel in
.:. mi nt-.
LiLIUS FRANCI5 "UDD
*L died Auk 13
..u.l l.i OJU4 '
. two ><' II'
ile Judea. Bur-
A I |
\l Ida
,,,.. '. ,' IllVI -hi' -
a itli burial la
kRS CARRIE WAHNISH
. I \ .. II \
hi ,- or\iv.ii
ii.- -
^ ii .' nil l -i
s. i \ Ice*
with
i.l i hay 1 in
ally.
WILLIAM ASCH
. Ii d A
I
ISAAC COMINSKY CUMMINS
71. ,.f n aw., died Auk
in. Hlirvivoi In.'hull ul, and
a daughter, .Mi
vlcea and burial Wi in Cincinnati,
with Htii'i,an Funeral Chapel 111
, hai g< art ,in, ments.
LOUIS RIFKIN
vi,. nf II" XE 112nd r. ili.il Auk. 111.
'.ill,,' Ii. i\ ,i .1 li -1.1. Ill h' I
nine year* Surviving are Ms wife,
Helen; all daughters, lira. Ida Al-
bert, Mrs. It"**- Sauii* r. Mrs, Gerti
Etrody, Mrs Barah Speller, Mrs. Hit
in.- Carson and Mrs. Dorothy M lee
and t i,' ions, Mux. Irvtog and
Bammy, Services were auk 12 at
Hellman Kim. ial Chapel, with bin I.il
ill Ml. ,-illHl I elliet. 1 V
MRS ESTHER W. VOGEL
. died \HK. 11
ii
Dr. Wi I Edw ard: da ighti r,
\' 11
14, with Inn la I lii Mi Nebi
SOLOMON DICKER
in. 'i Ana
A i,-,iini neie two years, he la
13.
Ill- uif
'
ll \'
I In
:.'... in *,
i ugh-
a.nl
Rlvei
ui ,'iiuli hll'lt. n
m \, a
I- unei,' I l lome
rangemi
MRS. DORA HALPERT
14, of In I Auk. 17. A
-ii- ,ii- .i
i ,,' i in- .- later!......i of orta
and i he I dm)
i- In. UjiI" a duugh-
i, \l R
i ,n and one an i nUd, Bei -
,. it n bui lul In
Ml. .N
MRS. RAE ALTMAN
S7. <'f 773 D dh i Auk i A

\ i\, -I by l i liuaban I I; two
.i. '.:
ig Mrs.
Mr...
Sirvi.f- and burial were In Mew v
with II Hmm Ii Memoj .at li
pel in charge of arrangemenfa !'
Jl}-.
HARRY H. JACOBSON
' _'! NIC 5th aL, dl<-il AUK. i A
i.in ,-il -all -in.hi, In- waa a real
hen i in-. He I
a Hfin. I.avw.
., ,!;,., hi M *. Murlal M
ilii-i.
3 .ii Gordon Kuneral liuiui-.
with J. n i.l ,n Mt. N( i". IStl
LOUIS RIFKIN
' ii" si: issnd m died AU
\ retired Ullor, he wa n
Ivlni an
Mr- I'la
Albert, Mr Ra San Mra '-
,, ,.|, Hro i m -'' ih Bpeller,
,ii ,,inl Ml i
Mile*; -nd, three aona, Maa, i nar
and sain*. Servli a
,i ii. in.'...a l in. ral Home, a II
in Mi Bhwrt arterj

1
JAMES LEHMAN
:,. of r'H", CoUbu av#., died An: n
A bua hit here ror
man) yeara Ha leavi in wife. Han-
nah; and three aona, Jay, Maxwell
nd i'.i ii id burial were In
Sam v..ik. with Hellman tuncral
Chapela In charss ol arrangi
locall).
FRANK
. died An*
:
I
Ml

brothers, In-
:
. X in. I -ll
qoxvon
rUNUAl HOMl
Jtu.o.n l.7*Tt
MORTIMER P.
ii-; \.i.i.ii-
a i,tn ,.i .! pai inn ni store mana i
he had been n 11 aldi nl hi
ii.li.il. hi aril \nu.
son, Norman, three alsters, In
It) K;i\ an-. In- ninlln i M in le
ami one bn the hV i I
burial a'en In Pittsburgh, with \*.w-
r, i ineral Chapel
.il airangementa
BERNARD GROSS
10, of IMI BW I-ili ave died Aug. il.
A i-.Um"! u. in i.il in.-, chant,
. \. i i,. :. eight Hi
ii. Jack. f.....
Ml .
ii, i .i ml M I. i; two

child. s,-n li ea re A in I
.1 .ii I" in. ml I-' ap. 1. wi'h burial in
Mt. N'.im Cemetery.
MRS. HELEN ROSENBERG
;;. nf ," NW iiih i died Aug. n A
, |dl I ...I -ll,' i" .11 i IM'l
(i\.- ilMinthler-. \li
Margie J-'miw. \i Irem I
Mm. Man in To ma a, Mrs. Helen Cha-
lain .imi Mi i e.Mi.- Waal: <'
and ll grandchildren. Bervlcea were
[Aug l' at Newman -Gordon Kuneial
,i. with burial In W.MHllawn
Park. *
SAMUEL EPSTEIN
.1 Aug. I I, He
i i IlilllK
i. his
.... ghti i Mi-.
Iilin..... Ml Thi I., i T.H.ii. n -
baum mill Mi". Until Shlndler; ami
Mi.iil.-. !tn> an I ..
- v.. i. Aim Hlv.u-lil,.-
Ili.i.h Memorial ."....l. with burial In
.St.i ,f Pa\ I.l i'. meti i
MRS. ROSE FAIN
BO, of 1671\'- 11 died Aug
1 I Shi- .Ill h I I I"'"
\.w Tork. Burvlvoi
Hai i v Bei \ li .- .' i ; ', ., | River-
aide-Beach Memorial Chapel, with
i.ui lal in l kei i ii- Mi norlal farfe
JOSEPH S. SMITH
W, ,,f Wi nth "l died Auk. 16. A re-
II..I -in,.- store hen 15 yearn Bnrvh ng him are Ma
a if... l ami'.' I arc ions, Man and
tamuel; and i daughter, Mra 11 I
tfiuli Hornateln Bervlcea were auk
;v .,i X, win.in-.; nei il lb.me.
burial In Mi Ni
MRS. ROSE B. GOLDNER
IUI Post .,\. dli I Aug. 17 A
resident here 14 years, she waa a
., i ber ..f Hadasaah, I .....I
r Temple !' < Bholi m, lhi Mian .
liearh Community Singers, the J< i
Retarded I ailldi i n, and the
i mar she li avea ihn daugh-
ters, Mi- Ruth a Robinson, Mn I w
Morris,
n i burial wi t In Nea
with Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel

MRS. FLORENCE KEMPER
5J, a j
N.J .- ll v IvIiik
. i. hi i husband, Vi< lot
a riauj ii r. M
lather, T M F i
m i '..i.u.i
nd a "'>-
. i bui ..I were i" Bna-
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RE-ELECT
THOMASSASSO
YOUR NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN
(HHtMlM M.WOBt
PULL LEVER 6 A SEPT. 3

M Pol. Adv.
MRS. MILDRED KRISSEL
Ji ii. ......'V' died An-'.
I A v. -I'leiii li. i aev< n yea
la aurvlved b) hei hUHband. '
,,, ., Daniel, li Ing i nd w al-
daughti i. Mrs, R itli Tho
ami eiKht grandchildren. S.
ci,.i|.. :.
I< at lb Ihn..ii !' ill lal
liiisiii lr||Mrrl unity
blish:d Drill., job Monuloc-
wonlt parlasr lor Miami
pi Branch, vicinity Collins I
eln Road. Write: Mr. T
Bo 2973, Miami U, Flo.
f0,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
olSlOO per Acre
llEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 First Street
'ORT MYIRS, FIA.
EDISON 5-4421
JACK ROSSMAN
;:i. ..f 717 Michigan av< died Asa i"
A retired furrier, he waa a resldenl
SOLOMON WERNICKOFF
gg, of 11 I BW :.t" -t died Aug. IT. A
retired dresa manufacturer, hi
i n a resldenl hen- ; Surviv-
ing are hi* wife, I annj two da in-
,.,- \ii- Marlon Kurman and Misa
Terry Winters; -i slater and two

PULL LEVER 3-A
TO ELECT
EDGAR H. FOWLER
YOUR NORTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN
My Pledge to Ae People of Hwikt tAnmi:
"I0e% WfRf$Er.TAr#Or. ON All mm
Ol Adv.
ED VISCHI
Independent Candidate for
Re-Election to the North Miami
CITY COUNCIL
*
WHO SAYS:
"I AM PKOUD TO UVl IN N0TM MIAMI,
U. S. A. '
PROVED THAT
"PROCRESS IS HIS MOST IMPORTANT
PLATfOKM"
ON SEPTEMBER 3. 1957
RE-ELECT ED VISCHI
EXPfR/EAJCED
CAPABLE
INDUSTRIOUS
RtUABU
PULL LEVER 7-A
[M UUTt SALESMAN
'ID. Good Commission.
hllt,n,E- Butlf. Roallor
TN.w. 7th Ave. MO 1-144C
[I/CIOUS REFRESHING
WOO rV/TH FOOD!
PULL LEVER 5-A
TO RE-ELECT
IAMES NORTH MIAMI CITY COUNCILMAN
"FOR CONTINUED OUTSTANDING SERVICE"


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Save where saving is
Profitable! Savings accounts earn ac the
current rate of *f /27
Safe! Each savings account is insured up to
$10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insur-
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Convenient! Central downtown location...
free parking in the building free postage
when you save by mail.
"IT'S TIM! TO UVl"
FLAGLER
FEDERAL
SAVINGS
AND ASSOCIATION
Pool H. Mori... 'JIIISa
Se hoblo etponol
O'ER M0RDAT
tvtRiaas
'TIL I P.M.
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