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

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

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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
me 31 Number 35
Miami Florida, Friday, August 30, 1957
Price 20*
Henderson Mission Seen
New U.S. Snub to Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel neither welcomes nor regrets the, fact that Loy Henderson, State De-
partment Middle East expert dispatched to confer with Turkey and the Arab state* n Syria's movement
leftward, has not announced his intention of visiting Israel, an Israeli Foreign Ministry sookesman stated
here Tuesday. It is understood here that Israel has informally been told that Mr. Henderson will make his
own decisions on his itinerary.
Davar, the Labor daily which frequently reflects government opinion, pointed out editorially that
Mr. Henderson's dispatch to the Middle East does not support the idea that the United States has yet be-
gun to reappraise its Middle East policy. It added that the name of Mr. Henderson, long touted as a friend
of the Arabs, has been "synonymous with the disastrous policy of appeasement."
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Israeli political circles are not
Ben Gurion Slapped for Sharp
Criticism of Zionist Movement
At Hot Ideological Conference
Lonq for busy Ambassador Abba Ebon (left) and
d entertainer George Jewel prior to leavinq U.S. for Israel.
Bel's 'our is in behalf of State of Israel Bond drive. Eban
arned to Jerusalem for talks with high government officials.
ban, Meir in Report
In Foreign Affairs
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
SALEM Ambassador Abba Eban accompanied by Foreign
surprised that Mr. Henderson ha^
failed to announce any intention of
visiting Israel, particularly in view
of an "announcement" on. an Arab-
language broadcast over Radio Mos-
cow that the American diplomat
would "consult" with Premier Ben
Gurion. This move was quite evi-
dently intended to discredit Mr.
Henderson.
According to information receiv-
ed from diplomatic channels, Mr.
Henderson is in Ankara not to co-
ordinate regional action against
Soviet intervention in Syria but, on
the contrary, to keep the neighbor-
. ing Arab states from ganging up
bier Co la Meir appeared Tuesday before an Israel Parliamentary | on Syria. He is pictured as at-
(,,,,, irity and Foreign Affairs and reported on the status; tempting, on the, one hand, to re-
. i__hi.-. mmJt ftaitari nnlirv in the Mid- as.su.rp Turkpv and. on the other, to
lEa-t
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIV Disqaiet provoked
by Premier David Ben Gunon's
sharp criticism of the Zionist move-
ment had repercussions Tuesday in
the ranks of the Premier's own
followers in the Mapai party.
When the party's executive met,
one of its members demanded a
inty and Foreign Atiairs ana reuoneu > so* .miu.' ichi^uhk, um ic nanu, one oi us memm-is w maim- ., ,,
! relations and on United States policy in the Mid- assure Turkey and. on the other, to special meeting to consider what
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Also present at the session was
lag Demands
\yria Talk Out
)f Assembly
InITKI) NATIONS(JTA)Sec-
r. General Dag Hammarskjold
lpp>i-til both to a debate on the
Is race in the Middle East and
ihu--i"V oi Syria's pro-Com-
pi>t milii.ii> coup in the forth-
General Assembly,
.1 press conference
I1 m of the arms race,
Hid problem "is pri-
LW -i- countries in a
supply arms" to the
II' that it was one thing
I h e powers to agree
' to have a general pub-
Idehatc in winch all countries
cool off Iraq and Jordan which ne described as Mr. Ben Gurion's
may, in a panic, decide on overt disturbing attitudea reference to
Iti'uven Sbiloah. furoKT Israeli action against their one-time ally the Premier's speech at the recent'
minister at the Washington em- it is not clear from these reports I ideological Conference in Jerusa-
bassy, who recently returned to whether Washington- ** mora-caa-lu km fc h fa*, lashed out at Zion-
this country after completion of cerned about the possibility of | ists and said he himself wa
his tour of duty.
Top foreign ministry officials
and leading Knesset members
were reported Tuesday to have
begun discussions on the prob-
lems expected to be raised at the
twelfth regular General Assem-
bly session which opens in New
York Sept. 17. They also are
said to have reviewed general
Middle East problems.
The foreign ministry men laid
Continued on Page A
Turkish action or a move by Iraq.
Diplomatic observers compare
Mr. Henderson's "soothing" mis-
sion with that by Secretary of
State Dulles who attempted to
smooth-talk Britain and France
out of anti-Egyptian action after
Col. Nasser nationalised the Suez
Canal.
The United States is pictured as
' a Zionist.
Giora Josephtal. secretary gen-
eral of the Mapai party, told the
I meeting that a majority of the
I Mapai rank and file did not share
i Ben Gurion's views on Zionism.1
I and Mr. Ben Gurion was aware of
i that fact.
The Premier's views were not
recent, he pointed out. although
their formulation at the conference
GfOM JOSfPHTAl
inclined toward a long-term view had disturbed both Mapai members
in Israel and Zionists in many-
parts of the world.
on Syrian developments as be-
lieving that the latest moves are
Continued on Page 7A_____
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Com
atiinents. "Diplomacy of
inued on Pr.- 2 A
Dr. Goodman Named '58
Combined Appeal Chairman
Mr. Josephtal pointed out that
some of the concern had been
reused by the unusual method
Mr. Ben Gurion had used to ex-
press himself. Instead of affirm-
ing his own Zionism and stack-
ing the others as not beim Zion-
ists, he pointed out, Mr. Ben
Gurion had said that if the
others were Zionists he was not.
The furor arose over the debate
'Ach, Zo Zorry;'
Foe Not Jewish
BONN(JTA) West Germany
goes to the polls Sept. 15 to elect
a new Bundestac. the LOOTC HOIUC
of the German Parliament, and the
expectations today were that the
Christian Democratic Union (CDU)
headed bv Chancellor K. lira I Ad-
lenaucr. and the Social Democratic
tj (SDPi would attract more
than three-iOUItha Oi the entire
vote.
Hence the electoral struggle; u
being fuunht with mounting heat,
and reports from various sections
Bh hu.iness executive ha, been i in the Ideological Conference over ^ tne country indicated that at-
A'iStt^A'SsSKZESi -a; war z,......"....."M I ~- >~
national and overseas causes.
"Dr. Goodman will assume hi-*
duties immediately," Aaron Kan-
ner. Federation
. Wednesday.
president, said
>tV.
M- MOMfS COOCMAN
"The Jewish community is
deeply honored and gratified to
know that Dr. Goodman has un-
dertaken to direct this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal," he
declared. "The new chairman
combines the qualities of leader-
ship, professional status, and
community awareness which
equip him admirably for the po-
sition of campaign chairman."
Accepting the appointment, Dr.
Goodman said that "I fully realize
Continued on Pago 5 A
Anti-Semitism in Levittown Fracas?
NEW YORK(JTA >Jews are
involved in the Levittown, Pa-
fight over the first purchase of
a home in the five-year-old plan-
ned community by a Negro fam-
ily more in terms of their stand
on a civil rights issue than in
any anti Jewish repercussions, an
Anti Defamation League official
said this week.
Alexander F. Miller, director
of the ADL community service
division, said there has been no
indication of organised anti-Sem-
itism during the two-week run-
ning battle over the purchase and
take-over of one of Levittown's
18.000 neat suburban homes by
William Myers, an equipment
tester for a Trenton refrigeration
company.
The first reaction of the all-
white community was forma-
tion of a Levittown Betterment
Committee of owners with the
avowed intention of forcing
Myers to sell the house, which
was sold to him by ne of Le-
vittown's 3,000 Jewish families.
Violence erupted for two rea-
sons, according to qualified sour-
ces. One was the hesitation of
local police to crack down on
demonstrators until state police
moved in at the request of the
local sheriff. -The other was the
delay by law and order forces in
LevittoWn in organizing to main-
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abroad Sonya Edelson 16 on
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Council of
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his oiiice. Sony.:
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In the '*' irwelv-
his whispermj arroa-.gn. an
cial of Chancellor Adenauer's
' uMlegrv
having represented Dr. Ollen-
hauer as a Jew and the notional
executive MMfR of ,nc Pjr,v
(allowed Hill l a bv e?ressinj
reo-ets to the Social Democratic
leader for the ludicrous and
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iel to rectify what he called
he shocking neglect of this
vital need" were an-
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737 Washington Avenua. Miami
eat* formerly oparatad by David
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In Levittown Fracas?
Continued from Pago 1 A
tain peace and support Myers'
rights.
Among tha latter wore both
individual Jews and tha well-
organized Jewish community in
Levittown, these sources added,
saying that "Levittown Jews at
no time supported the Better-
ment Committee but they alto
did not want to stick their
nock* out in support of the
Negro family,"
The Jewish home-owner who
lives next door to Myers and who
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living materializes in the natural
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The Sunday school provides
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informed Myers that the house
was available for sale has re-
ceived some anti-Semitic tele-
phone calls Miller said. He also
said that in the heated over-the-
back fence discussion throughout
the community on the pros and
cons of the Myers purchase, there
have been some anti-Jewish re-
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This summary of the anti-Sem-
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Myers family staying, and little
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relations between Jews and non-
Jews in Levittown. He said the
3,000 Levittown Jewish families
were active in most phases of
Levittown's civic life.
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Volume 31
Number 35
Friday. Auoust 30, 1957
3 Elul 5717
A Beginning Has at Least Been Made
Wa would have wished for the Senate in
rshington to creep: the civil lights bill as
originally handed it by the House of Rep:.,
ves. That it w ) be done is a
rlusion.
No amount of verbal prestid can
lead us to believe that the Senal
c:e a victc. jnal democ:
e S:nc:e
set retains for the

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Need for Jewish Education
.
. ned a call to urging them
u Hebrew school of
Assn. has designated Sept. 6 to Oct. 6
M ith.
:.pt time to take t
bb.a pajlaihrflrtion, i*v roli*riu.- avfiooa
aul the ciea ere currently registering
~":e -our.gsters for the fall semes-
up to parent themselves, to choose
the school c h/pe of schooling they
although we would
them to exercise caution and understand-
" is regard.
BuI decisic: -each, it must
kind only. Thsre can be no
hernative to the view -.hat Jewish vouth todav
a ever need Jewish schoolinq.
Jewish religious practice, spiritual belief
.3 are all par: of the h:ritaqe of
:sm.
Greater Miami is makinq a special effo-t
next week, Sept. 3 throuqh 8, under the aeais of
the Bureau of Jewish Education to reach peak
levels of registration in our community's relig-
schcols. We join the American Assn. for
iXh Education, as well as our own Bureau
e: Jewish Education, in urging parents to assure
their children's future in the continuum of Juda-
--m by taking part in the registration effort.
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You Better Watch Out for I'm Taking
My Red Pills Now ...
As the bill now stands, trial by jury is the
only wav in which civil nahts offenders may be
iahed. Punishment of such offenders is
therefore an unlikely possibility in an area of
the country wh*re either all-white or principally
.'.es prevail.
In addition, while the Senate's version
of the bill authorizes individuals to take action
e federal courts to protect their civil liber-
ties, it also rep=al= an old Reconstruction law
e President the power to use troot
: ct evasion.
amended bill is
.ncipal rather than a dec.
For this, we are truly sorry.
Sen. Smafhers Says 'Aye'
rights bill is mainly a
ncipal, it is nevertheless an
.: legislative area which
inently recalcitrant to date,
r personal motive Florida's Sen.
bad in voting for the Sen-
vatered down bill, the fact is
land* today solidly on the record In
in 1 of legislation protecting the
tie* of our Negro citizens,
voting for the bill. Sea Smothers declar-
ed: pixe that eventually some civil
. be enacted either at this or
some later session."
In efiect. Sen. Smathers is telling his far
less open-minded Southern colleaques that
times are changmq that blind ssrv.ce to the
old order may maintain alive for a while longer
res of "gracious respectability" but that it
is puffthAiU* umj morally decadent.
That his detractors declare Sen. Smathers
has cast his aye" because he has the other
eye on the vice presidency in I960, does him
we believe, an injust.ee. Notwithstandinq such
judgment, which shows little basis ,n fact ac-
cordmg to the Senator h.mself, who ..me and
again ab-ure. all ambition for higher office
SLr i'^;^6 CUrren"y maintains
boS'lJ W Here hQS Qdded hlS V0,ce ,0 ,he fue
^ n adaedeZCraCy ,even lf we w*h had
*
Fascell Breaks with Others
nr,n,1Sr ,1* conaratulated is Dades Reo
Upper ChSmbi8 ^ Sma,heis
isla,o^de CUn,y *****- bothlhese leg-
The Hew Center Branch
welcome^r'o^r? H* B'anch
Community Ser Grea'er Miami Jwh
- Jewish community ^
t^^jsmssas ne ui
redecorated to provider r,9 iemod*** and
children. Begin'nSg^ Z^T**^ 'or
GMJCC site w.H ai8o orov.rtJ ^n,h' ,he new
school age youngster^ Jr'1'*8 for grade
. The privUeges accoTdo^6" nd ad"--
lofaled Miami rJsident^ rt th,,T Central'y-
ed by ,he viailant C?^J^^ Pand-
the ever-growing needs of at 86eks lo
wh community. 0Ur exPand.ng Jew-
dnrimg the week
as i see it .
by LEO MINDLIN
mrmmmKmmmm
the Hrn^^t
their decline. )C!*
of the.r favored i^
|n to give UnelTd
'"t" the .uNawe7.jp
pire-s foreign failures J
sorne(lfthls(lllpmltk(JU
tide published Aug. 1 in the Manchester Guardian We*?
ihjt the central error of American policy j5 thatH^'
cclusivelj on Rovernments and takes no account of ooonb3
during tj{|
artkl
dec
usivci) "ii k"" .....- -c.-. eKvuuni oi popularl
Presumably, limilar limitations marked British rule
,im indanry.
However we may object to alternative* from I-ondon inaV
ljusting our diplomacy no less than we may object totw*
sumptuous .suggestiop th#t ibcT is something incompetent i
ways, incontrovertible evidence indicates disastrous CS *^i
ment These are particularly applicable to the Near Earth
Her.' this nation has sot itself up as a knight in sh.niru
doing battle for the cause of freedom by protecting the powern
rial kings. I can not write as a fact that the State r**,*
look- the possibility of going directly to the people "ajj
h iwer Doctrine is a good example of Administration intent
this p in of halation BOM anything but aim its major .vhaii,,'
people, thrmsi
1HI SHOt Hli OH TNI OTHft FOOT
RESPITE PROGRESS ACHIEVED, no groondi for compb
" i \ist Thr>5e are the monumental words inc Tpoiatediil
id.'lit r^isenhower'l rc|>ort to Congress on the effect of the i
bearing his name in .stemming Communist encroadaMal
last March attcr a long uphill battle, the doctrine according k)
President, also played a central part in the recent amelioration a1!
liUona in the area."
Both ire cautious statements., indeed, and ill behove Mr. _
bower, who f le to victory in a shower of danling di>tiirta_
fad Thai be new assumes i posture of humility whisperedtj|
litely m phrases of possibility must surely confuse i vetiagI
i the kind of vigor the President has ricmnnstratalj
on thi L'ult course Ud In-hind campaign rostrums Clearly, gu
difficult to see thlt Ihetc itattMnnta virtually conflict with owl
; that events in Syria, for example, vitiate them entirety.*
li the major purpose of the BiaejBbowei Doctrine wa- tot
injaa I i !>< OH its guard, then the doctrine has I
it of White House grin in the bast Whiti II
iis this fact. Syria Preaidenl Kuwatr/lsafl
hmt doubt indicate that the Communists aw
from being on taatd; while Mr. Eisenhower's tin- time gruUeal
rather trim comment to the nation last week that Syria is in I
lost to the West apparently points us out as the one "ii the i
it the Middle EM todav
SAUCi fO* THE GOOSE AND OTMM SAUCt
THE EISENHOWER REPORT to CongnM s|i,.s that Arab
Riebardi rhstributed $118 7 million during hi- recent trip to|
trouble area (or the purpose of selling the doctrine n( this stats
total, 51 million went for military aid. A MfMequenl W5.1 milb
litional programs hiked that total to $1742 million.
It is interesting to note that of this sum Israel received;
lars Rep I) s Saund (D-Cal.) asked Richards for some explain
who then lold | House Foreign Affairs Committee that Israel is I
concerned with housing and could therefore hardly be disap
"at not getting any of this money .The kind of project teidlj
! in was not the kind of project that would hack upori
up the Kisenhower Doctrine Israel understood that
"liwoush. th,. President failed once again to clear hi>
with Administration leaderslet alone to read House committn^
porU Despite Ambassador Richards' flimsy excuse. Mr
boasted in his report to Congress that "low cost li-u-mg and 1
clear,nee ,,re first among types of projects for which funds i
the Kisenhower Doctrine are being distributed to parucip
count i H -
There can be no hotter proof that the doctrine continues *(
tions parti.,lity toward the Arabs to the detrimenl of Israel's I
common survival interests. Presumably, the President demaniil
neutrality in all Near Eastern intra-regional conflicts leaviaj *
to the IN; presumably, the Eisenhower Doctrine i- designed Ml
tain the encroachment of Communism on an equal basis for ill
ti rested peoples in the area.
But the conflict between the Richards and Kisenhower
indicate that the pro-Arab partiality the Administration has to
's t s polio for the Middle East also corrodes the theoretical I
pose of the Eisenhower Doctrine: what is sauce for the Arabs si
sauce for Israel No wonder Syria has fallena victim priminfr'
State Department incompetence and only incidentally of Cos*
opportunism
*h tx-oniao Msrot m rc AimmiTtATntt
|F THE PRESIDENT i> wmfuaed. he gets no assistance toward Nation in his Sunday church-going Common knowledje ajl
u spiritual leader. Rev Edward L. R. Elson. heads the Nation*"
cil of the pro Arab American Friends of the Middle E*t
Kev Kison recently returned from a trip to the trouble *
lemon on Aug li. the pastor waxed political his eyes link"*
> with those of the President, who set below him Offer!*'
both to the State Department, as well as to the UN, Rev '
[JJJd aKa,n,t direct peace negotiations between Israel and V*
In h,s vuw ,t appeared more important that ^
Period take place that at least a year go by before officul
and waterway studies are undertaken.
''1954. in an American Friends of the Middle &' g
s w"nJ,r"l"'M'1 hl* "ientical thesiK-^ne which inrt
^rbs heartih endorse ApparentIv. the Presidents PsMr
1 ta '-" hu pulpu to come up with these deductions
in orH*1'' .U^ h,w r'"'^ently opposed direct **"Zd
' f-s.er a diminishing Israel! capacity for n*g51
II s ,o ach,eve the following aims .1> **K5*
the UN 21 weakening of I t"^
nenat.on of Amerieanlsraeli friendship. "JS
' N solution to the Near East impasse designed l-f#
."free Israel, acceptance of m
- Mr Eisenhower gets the gospel truth '''^'J.r
I'* h.t the Arabs outmaneuver bun J f
lH-Par,ml',''V''' d,) h> "w no secret-not e* J,
Par,m

August
30. 1957
+Jmi3tifk>ridHatr)
Dr. Goodman Chosen Chairman of 1958 CJA;
Campaign Strategy to be Revealed Shortly
Pag5-A
from New York
Continued from Paoe 1 A
the historic responsibilities which
face our Jewish community in the
months ahead. We vhall be called
upon to give continued strength to
the welfare services in our own
gokdon mum
id Student Gets
ant for Work
U. of London
nlon K Miller, a medical stu-
at Washington University
,1 Qf medicine, St. Louis, has
mrded a $3,200 post-sdpho-
I, fellowship by the
jnal Institute! of Health of the
Public Health Service for re-
h al the university college
oi medicine at the Univer-
[ London.
lilltr is th son of Mr. and
B,n Miller, 2381 SW inh
Miami with whom ho Is
riding several weeks before
for England in late Sep-
a year. Miller has been
I i metabolism under Dr.
|ii \i Hartroft, of the depart-
of pathology at Washington
Mi)
London, he will continue
studies to try to discover
[initiates the process by which
|bod\ retains salt. Arrange-
tor hi- research are being
id by in K C. Richardson,
National Exec's
Post Announced
Burnett Roth, president of the
United Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Mi-
ami, reported Wednesday that
Samuel K. McConnell, Jr., of
Wynnewood, Pa., has been named
executive director of United Cere-
bral Palsy national office.
McConnell has been a member
of the House of Representatives I
from Pennsylvanie since 1944 and
is resigning to accept the UCP post.
In announcing McConnell's ap-
pointment, Roth said that he
brings to United Cerebral Palsy
"a broad background rf public
service in health, religious, ed-
ucational and youth activities."
United Cerebral Palsy Assn. of
Miami has contributed about $60,-
000 to the national UCP research
program in the battle to eliminate
cerebral palsy as the major crip-
pler of children. More than 500
children are now receiving treat-'
ment at the local UCP Rehabilita-
tion Center.
lallsilH'SK
Opportunity
nablished Driftvooe
Irer wants partner for
och Branch, vicinity Collins A
coin Rood. Writs: Mr. T
0. Bex 2973, Miami II, Fie.
, professor of anatomy at the Uni-
versity of London.
Miller was graduated from the
University of Miami in 1955 and
i recently completed his sophomore
year of medicine at Washington
University, where as a freshman he
received the George F. Gill prize
for outstanding work in anatomy.
He has a year's leave of absence
from the school to- conduct re
search and will tour Europe before
returning to the United States next
summer.
city, to respond to the ever-growing
immigration crisis in the Middle
But, and to bolster the program
of human rescue of oppressed peo-
ples throughout Europe and to
bring them safely to Israel and
other free lands."
This is a monumental job. Dr.
Goodman elaborated, urging, "a
unified effort" which will guar-
antee its achievement.
Dr. Goodman announced the
early appointment of key leaders
to help organize a streamlined cam-1
paign for 1958. Although no defi-'
nite date has been set by the new |
chairman, it is expected that the
campaign will be launched the
first week in January, 1958.
Dr. Goodman has been active in
Federation affairs since its incep-
tion. He is a trustee and has ser-
ved for many years as a member
of the CJA initial gifts committee
He has been a member of the board
of governors for seven years and
of the executive committee for a
similar period.
The new CJA chairman headed
the important Federation budget
committee in 1954 and 1955 and is
a member of Federation's commun-
ity planning committee. He is a
founder, life-time trustee and vice
president of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
where he heads the medical com-
mittee.
For many years. Dr. Goodman
has been cjosely associated with
the cause of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. In November,
1956, together with his brothers
Abraham and Jacob Goodman,
of New York City, he gave $50,-
000 to the American Zionist Fund
to mark the family's 50th year
in this country. Dr. Goodman
is vice president of the Southeest
region of ZOA.
In 1951. Dr. Goodman was chair-
man of the first Israel Bond *riT
, in Greater Miami, and he has also
been active in the Red Cross drive.
He participated in the fund cam-
paign to establish a medical col-
' lege at Hebrew University many
yean prior to the recognition of
the State of Israel.
He i- an active member of Tem-
ple Emanu Kl in Miami Beach and
holds memberships in various pro
fa sMonal. religious, and fraternal
organizations.
Dr. Goodman headed the Morris
coming to Miami
City in 1935.
He has degrees from the City
College of New York and New
York University medical sch
For several years, he was assistant
clinical professor of medicine at
the medical college of New York
University.
For a short time, he fjM directed
a municipally-supported heart clin-
ic which examined school children
with heart conditions. In addition,
he headed a heart clinic at Bel't
vue Hospital and has written
eral papers on the subject of heart
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fAww//i Correspondent Visits Tense Syrian
Border as Israel Ponders Next US Strat
*H
Two hundred B'nai 3 :ith youth collected some S350 in Greater
Micrr.i Aug. 19 tc construe! c! school houses and
pounds at twin B'nai B'nth end
Israel. Bei Sholom AZA. and
: :; stinq
were Sh = i!a Krav m Bartel,
Hillel ZA: Donald E ; rod.
Debs BBS-end Ronnie Shai
By ELIAHU SALPETER
,,,., vs rTA rlm reigned Ibis week .long tlw new
nBtJiiA Israel Syrian border. Vacation
.l .warn m Lake Tiberias.
J rk their ind right up to the frontier, display-
I to I ____ .______________________
,, ; power struggle in favor of
solid nd impeneti i ommunist umup made new
adventure! unnecessary.
Leban.
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Beth Israel Names
Education Director;
Registration Due
Iadrro Friedman
Beth I-ra'
dav announced ..... -
Rabbi Stanley B. Weis<
director I I
S
ical train '
Recistration will b conducted
at Beth Israel f'om 10 a.m. to 12
noen and 3 to 8 o.ti. daily, and
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Sundays.
Hebrew school semester will be-
gin Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Clares are bi i
Kan-;
I urnculum will con-'
f an integrated program of
prayer. Bible studies Hebre\
se in Talmud will be
dueed in the advanced
the Hebrew school. An extensive
:-im of extra-curricular
ilso planned fur the com-
II This pr
include a Sunday I ub. a
Sabbath morning junior -
outings, sports
- and tours.
Amity Club Schedules
Barbecue, Film on Beach
-
Ml
L'nat-
No unusual trooo movements
were reported along the border
this week and there was a gen-
eral belief that the border would
now remain quiescent for some
time to come. But there was no
reason to doubt that the Israel
Army, on first reports of the
Syrian coup, had made all the
necessary dispositions to meet
any developments that might
arise.
TJk for the belief that
situation would remain
quiet were that tin Di a control-
lunta in Syria would require
time t le its p isition and
entrench Communist rule and that
Itl resolution of the in-
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Sasso Incumbent
In N. Miami Race
N rth Miami t'it> Councilman
Ton Saaao is a candidate to UK
eeed himtelf on the North Miami,
City Council in the election to be
held Sept 3.
iivtt li 1198 NW 128th,
st with his wife, Shirley, and son.
Robert II- || pn-Milent of Stan-
dard Sheet Metal & Roofing Co
0 has been active in North
Miami civic affair* for the past ten
He srai one of the organ- !
nd first preaidenl ol the Sun-
ki-t Communit) (enter. He has
been active as a Cub and Boy Scout
prominent lead-
er m the Litth movement.
For the past 20 years, Sasso
has been active as a member of
the Sheet Metal Workers Labor
Union. He is past president of
Miami Local 223. In 19S3, Sasso
was elected North Miami mayor,
in which post he served for two
years.
ri as
incilman, be helped
improvi
his supporters
the drive I
-miming pool- for ,ne
I toward
H
sly in
N thwest
in
ill ,i- reported from Tel Aviv
(hi* week that newt received here
o| the arn -t ol Col Klazem. Syrian
nder along the Israel bor-
der, had liven riae to apprehen-
sions i i renewed Syrian border
n-
'I-rail authoritiea indicated this
week that they were noi prepared
lo comply with a I'nited Nations
ubeervation force request
h.it they agree to an increase in
he number of t'N observers sta-
tioned in the four I'N observation
posts on Israel territory along the
Israel Syrian border )
This correspondent this week
visited the border settlement of
Gonen in northernmost Israel,
where Israel territory projects
into Syria and is surrounded by
Syria on three sides. Gorton
was the scene of tho most recent
Syrian aggressions aggressions
which coincided with the climax
of the desperate internal power
struggle in Damascus which pro-
ceded the Communist coup. Go-
nen and the surrounding areas
were quiet. How long this quiet
might continue probably depend-
ed, not on Damascus, but on Mos-
cow.
Israel circles expressed the be-
lt the latest developments
in Syria, with that country coming
under (."ommunist domination, had
proven that Israel's evaluations
had been correct. Washington, it
v*.i- believed, was aware of this
fact Consequently, it was thought.
Washington might be more inclin-
ed in the future to listen to Jeru-
salem.
('resident Eisenhower's state-
ment this week that the Eisenhow-
er Doctrine did not seem to be
applicable | -h, s
lack of co itbiauT^U
several countries mt*1
reversal of -ho Syria
While it Wlluld
Washington I.H.heSyru?
*J* ** Svnt
should be eked at \w.|
of the Hfus i airo For L
view, it was Presidng Ni
Egypt who ; repared the
for the Con :. ., ni||p
and it was on Nasser thai,
uation ol i .:: ;>tdon "
Syria depend)>d
Israel circles wore worriH i
ever, that Wa hingtoa, m
tion of this situation, ml
commit Do ,.
that Kaaaer i uld he won ,
the West I
felt that in (he station win
whole structure t WesteaJ
fense in the Middle East had|
undermined, the United
would have to take the lead|
tempts to alter the -ltiution.
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Retting of the season
iiu.r of \mcrican Medical
Lnc 10:30 a.m.. at the
fc'hotel ITesuient Mrs.
C w.n ch"p-
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^ pill Hill-.
>st Runs High;
Speaker Date
juling Quickly
loberts, newly appointed
|Bur.....chairman for the
jjnH"f Dade County, Wed-
fj.,.,1 ,n organizations to
lr requests for United
Lkt,r, ;!,:- fall as quickly
r
I number of requests for
already being received
I ,he hinh level of inter-
the fir** campaign of
d Fund," said Robert*.
i .ill those Kroups who
Inform lh"ir members on
Ifier all, Hi" biggest chari-
ieal ever to hit Greater
plan tn present Uf
during September and
led .ill interested
kntacl ili" Speakers Bur-
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lEnER TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Questions Rabbi He nog's Position
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It was with deep emotion that I
read Sam Miller's column on Bis-
hop Maas, the venerable Christian
Beth El Schools
Registering Now
Hairy Goldberg, chairman of the )K Iru. so-called -Chief Rabbi'
Beth El Congregation educational t Jerusalem, is far from being
board, announces the opening of democratic State."
and Godly man of courage and un
derstanding of human values.
On the other hand. Mayshie Fried
bent's letter to your valued pub-
lication gave me a laugh. In part,
he states that "Jews also navigate
fhe finest democratic State in the
Middle East." In my opinion, any
government that tolerates religious
bigotry as practiced by Rabbi Her-
lOg, the so called "Chief Rabbi" of
Tyrone Power stars in Darryl
F. Zanuck's new Cinema-
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Rises." Mel Ferrer, Ava Gard-
ner, Errol Flynn and Eddie Al-
bert also star. Now showing
at Carib, Miami and Miracle
theatres.
Rabbi to be Installed
lli.'ileah Miami Springs Jewish
Center Wednesday announced that
the official installation of new
spiritual leader Rabbi Leo Heim
will be held at the Center Sunday
evening. Sept. 8.
Have that
less Meeting, #>
Banquet, or J
opening
registration for its religious and
Sunday school. Registration ot tu
dents is being accepted daily be-
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 2
p.m. at the office of the congrega-
tion. 500 SW 17th ave.
The daily Hebrew school and
Sunday school are under the di-
rection of Rev. Benjamin H. Ka-
minetzky. Rev. Kaminetzky is a
graduate of the Teachers Institute
of New York, as well as a licensed
teacher of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami.
The religious school program is
under the direct supervision of
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, re-
ligious leader of the congregation.
Daily classes in Hebrew reading,
conversation, Bible, prayers, cus-
toms and ceremonies, as well as
Bar Mitzvah preparations, will
commence Sept. 3. Sunday school
will open Sunday, Sept. 8.
'democratic State.'
Sometimes I wonder why our
Orthodox rabbis in the Miami
Jewish community have never
raised their voices in protest
against this imitator who seems
to follow in the footsteps of the
infamous Spanish inquisitors.
The fact that he used his official
capacity in opposing the build-
ing of a Temple for the practice
of Reform Judaism is proof of
the weakness of this religious
leader's character.
I am taking the liberty of mail-
ing Sam Miller's column to this
"venerable" rabbi who is reaping
the benefits of those who gave of
their blood, their lives and their
honor to secure for our persecuted
brethren- throughout the world a
haven where they can live without
fear, practice and, be assured of
religious freedom.
I wonder how much effort Rabbi
Ilerzog put into building his so-
called "democratic State" as May-
shie Friedberg would want us to
believe.
WILLIAM GREENE
Miami Beach
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Catering Director.
Henderson Mission
Seen Israel Snub
Continued from Page 1 A
merely part of a continuing East-
West virunele over the Middle
East. The Soviet Union is viewed
as having scored in Egypt, the West
with its stabilization of King Hus-
sein's regime in Jordan, and now
the USSR as again tallying in Syria.
The U.S. is seen, in this view, as
preparing future moves.
These same circles believe that
Israel faces difficult times. Syria,
like Egypt with Nasser at the helm,
may attempt a new, violent anti-
Israel campaign as a means of re-
gaining Arab sympathies and to
break out of her isolation. The
pro-Western Arab states, for their
part, may try to pressure anti-Is-
rael concessions out of the United
States as the price of holding firm
against Syria. ^A*
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persona 11} ball ol the
me.
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may be willing and anxious to
buy Bonds for Israel, but does
not have the ready cash neces-
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$100 bond. He pays only $50
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iod. Liberman won't charge any
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JewisliIkiH^r
Page 9-A
di|>ious Directory
ISRAEL. 7801 CarlyU
dox. Rbbi Inn ver.
Saturday 9 "I
, a let) K. -
EMES- 2535 SW Mk
or Morris Zimmerman.
.
LaVID. 2625 SW 3rd eve.
ijvc Rabbi Yaakov Rosei*
itor Willi"" W. LIsHon.-
. ,. i .lav I < "i

.. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
kjbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
[tor Samuel Salkow.

FT. LAUDERDALE E.MANUEL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
lale. Reform. Rabbi Mark's Ran-
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alaxandar

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Loo Hoim.
Tii'iav |:1S i' in Harmon "lootatton.
x I i.-ii nil. in to .. I- i Borlet) "
Ont-n Shahlml holt a: -\li and lira
Jaoh Hi t>w<
o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Conservative.
@eUl t* $wU6 Patent*
METH 12250 N.W. 2nd *. Homestead. Cj
S Rabbi David W. ** ** "*;
I
Tin. ahold ol
ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ave
Rabbi H. Louis Rott

ii a.m.
:n i ni
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con
arvativo. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
ACOB. 301 311 Washing 2u30 Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor it;v. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
tor Maurice Mamchas. Yahodah Hailbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
139 NW 3rd|Mth,*r- Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
dox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
ton Malavsky.
rFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Rabti Joseph E. Raekov-
,WAY JEWISH CENTER.
jive.
s-
[HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
,160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
i

led tui

LERGRANADA. 50 NW
^:nserv*rive. Rabbi Mor
'-et.
firm Lists
as New YP
rowth and fu-
uion in mind, I^eslic A.
the Nowman.
advertising
nnounced the
blion ni the agency and
i"n tn the board of O. W.
I iklaaL
Idisclosed the agency has
rtnership Mtice its organ-
prlj in 1953
[October, due to a repid-
sing staf and need for
al facilities, the agency
i>s present suite of 14
[in the Beach Marine bldg.
^Purdy ave., Miami Beach.
[who i. president of the
[ors Club of Greater Mi
N Newman, Stern & Man-
Wrector last year. He
MUvelj ('imaged in the
advert:- p.- art for more
Var> and has been the
of numerous awards for
aii'l design.
"'ion to Stern and Hays,
'"rs of the agency are
r|ll, vie, pr.sident, and
6- Newman, secretary-
,r- Stern serves as crea-
tor of the agency, Man-
'he agency's soles
department, while
Fp comptroller.
Ils veteran of more than
pn the advertising agency
['"ami and New York City.
Floridian since 1946,
In ,"" "<>paper, public
and sdvertisini field for
n a quarter o( a century.
na. been active in the
l-iiMic relations and
I Held since 1937 and has
s""ll> Florida for 32
WSU'rn A Mandell has
By identified with re
"at.m. and are* de-
ribtJ, s in ,he Florida
'"wan a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
i
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In. \\ Knot' How T.i

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
Pi m i i ,
s.-i mon "J urta<

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
Fiulav S:47, p.m. Hnturday 9 n.ni.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
New.
1- I l,l.< V 1:18 |, III 1 >;.ill' till
b) Abraham J OMtetoon
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumaard.
At the dawn of this school yearas
for sixteen years pastthe American
Association lor Jewish Education calls
on you, as a patent, to become con-
scious of your duty towards your chil-
dren hy enrolling them in a school of
your choice and by seeing to it that the
experience ol Jewish sdtooling continues
hcyind the chmcm.iiy years, into the
period of later adolescence when yomig-
sicis most deeply need and are most able
to grasp the Stabilizing, enriching liie
values which their Jewish studies can
provide.
We parent* cannot live our children's
livei. The best we can do is help tluni
find the resoorccs which v. ill perarit
thcni to livenow. as children and later,
as adult*lives <;t achievement,-of lul-
Mlmeni and of meaning.
Guiding children so that their lewish-
ness makes a difference in their lives, re-
quires more than attractive school uild-
ings, more than appealing textbool it
is a i osnplex process at the heai i el which
is pei sonthe teacherand his per-
sonality, skill, and dedication.
lavish education todas, (aces iis grav-
i -.i teat, a crisis that will not be overcome
until the needs antl problems ol those
who teach our children are placed at
the very center of our concerns ;>s Jews.
This year when we observe Jewish
Education Month from September 6 to
October 6, 1957 we must give special
attention to the problem df the shortage
of good teacher*
As the new school year opens, we ask
you to remember that as a parent you
Harve a deep responsibility in the solution
ol this problem.
At a special national conference held
in Washington at the call of the Associa-
tion, a program was drafted to improve
the professional status and working con-
ditions of today's teachers and to attract
new and competent younj; people into
the Jewish teaching ptofession.
These plans demand the participation
of every |ewish parent and every person
i the community concerned with the
future ol American Jewish lile.
We urge that you join in the com-
ity-Wide effort, now being conducted
under the leadership of the American
ii on for Jewish Education, to
overcome she crisis of the missing teach-
ers in Jewish education.
A j ii enroll, or rccnroll, your cliil-
. remember your children need
teachers and their teachers need youl
am'wc/m AtsOOATietl re? j;v":h cducation
huip w. Www, rRBStDBHI JUDAH PUCH, executive disectos
Schools Support Assn.'s Call for Registration Here
- __- r ii-.Ktnr Mi.Mn ri'i'islr-.tidti neriorl from Sent. 3 ocretic foundations of
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
this week joined in the national
call of the American Assn. for Jew-
ish Education, urging parent- t<>
enroll their children in a Jewish
school of their choice during the
of Boeddlns Innocent Blood." one*.
Khabbot )>-" Mr and Mi- Morman
Etenni Bai ;l '" Barmon:
Mini JuatVce."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
.Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. IB L#on Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
6438 SW ith s. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLI BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rebbi Leon
Kronish. Cantoe Semoel Kelemer.
Knil.i\ < 18 |i in Sirninnette. 8at-
llil.iv 1" I". I Ml
TEMPLE EMANU1L. 1701
Washington eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Irvine Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
KrliUv V> a m Saturday a.m.
Barmon: "We.ki.- Portloa

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Naret.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
e
TEMPLI JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Saturday mta a m Bermoii "I"";
, nee "i .IiiJk. and Jude in JewleB
Hlalorj Ilaj MRavah DeB#* *" "'
.ludm- and itT" Ham Blh

TEMPLE NER TAMID. Te be
erected at fifth st. and Tatum water-
way. Conservative.
*
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.

TIMPLB ZION. 5720 SW 17th
St. Conservative. P.abbi Alfred
Waxman.
, Mllivat

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rsbbl
Abraham Hersen. Canter Albert
Glantz. _.
Knd.. .ie.sa. Bornmn "The fiiilli
Brill.
ragiatration period (ram Sept. 3
through 8. as designated by the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami. Classes will begin
Sept. 8.
Sol Goldman, president ot the
Bureau. Wednesday declared par-
ents must not "short-change" their
children.
"Parents should register their
children in a Jewish school so
that Jewish youth may learn the
great heritage f our people, the
traditions and culture -f Jews
through the ages, the Jewish
ethics and ideals which have con-
tributed so mightily to the dem-
ocratic
ern world,'
the mod-
he said.
"Enlightened parents Btast real-
ize how important it is tli;it their
children grow up with a deep love
and understanding of the privilege
of being Jewish, of what Judaism
can mean in their lives as a source
of pride, dignity and creativity."
Reports of the Bureau reveal
Jewish schools are in session on
Sundays and weekdays in every
area of Greater Miami on the
Beach, in Miami, Coral Gables.
West Miami, Opa Locka. North Mi-
ami, South Miami. Hialeah. and
Homestead.
CANDLE LIGHTING TIME
3 Elul 6:15 pjn.
HI
liebman Unveiling
Tht unirilmR and dfdic'H""
srrvicei for the late
HENRY UEBMAN
formerly of 1004 Meridian, Aye .
Miami Beach, will be held
Sundoy, Sapteaseer 1. 1*57
art 11 sues,
on the familv pi"' of
Mount Sinai Cemrlrrv
Mr Liebman. who omc to Miami
from New York City eiRht year.
aSp, VtJ a retired instance exec-
utive He wa a member ol Tem-
ple En.ano El. the Hebrew Acad-
emy and the 7-iom* Organisation
Ol America. He b founder ol
Ychiva College of Flatbu.h
New York and WM treasurer ol
ConKregatmn Torah Vodat in
Brooklyn. ,
jl, i- lurvivcd by In- wile.
Fanny, and a .on. feymou.
prominent attorney ol Mum.
lent of the
._, Orcamaation of An.erua.
Southern Reason, sfao dauRh-
;... Mi Bern ;" nd
three ->." Plln'cr,"
Miami Monument Compa.
charge of the
arrange.
Relatives and friends are .nvitrd
attend
.HE BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION Of MIAMI BEACH
expresses its heortfelt condolences
fe our devoted founder and 4*ar member, MR. MORRIS SU6ARMAN,
pee tee untimely passing of his beloved wife, Pauline.
Mr' Pauline Sogannan was a true woman of Jewish valour Un-
compromising in her loyally to the teachings of our Divme religion, she
dedicated herself to the perpetuation of Torah true Judaism. The edu-
cation of Jewish children v..i- clo-e-t to her heart. Together with her
husband she helped to establish the Beth Israel Sch.iol ot Torah Studies
Yeshivos and schools of Torah learning throughout the country were re-
cipient of her benevolence and generosity The student- ot these Torah
in-iitutions are the greatest tribute to her sacred memory.
Her personality radiated kindness and under-tanding All who knew
her admired the nobility of her character She was always eager to as-
sist anyone who turned to her for aid; to give of herself for every worthy
cau-e Her home was open to all. and everyone who entered extolled the
(nendlineas of her manner, the warmth of her hospitality
The entire memberjhir' of the Beth hrael Congregation r-rayi to
the Almiehly to com.'ori he- devoted kilobaud. Morns ond the entire
Sufarman and Uthenon families for their great lost.
Mav the minted memorv of Mrs Pauline Sugarman serve as a
source oi injiimtion to her family, her friends, and the members of
our congreation.
GORDON
FUNERAL HOME
Miami's Pioneer Jewish Feeerel Homo
FR 3-3431
Htanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Ave. Miami
HARRY CORDON, President
WE GORDON, Feeerel Director
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Directors in American Synagogues By Eric Werner.
55 pp. New York: The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. $2.50.
AS THE HEADING '
\arfe mecum for the
young cantor in the
of pasting, it piqu
Dr. Eric Werner h" vr.ifwr
Hebrew Union College-Jewisl "d
tistic director of thai
icred Music in
ELI AM SALPETER
ement. has been .-penally concerned
iVh the status "> Relrm Judaism.
In his brief history of the development ol synagogue
music. Dr Werner bejuu b) noting thai the music of the
must be under*.....I M a product of many in-
fluences, devel tranafornutioiu of tunes.
wlhf,r b) the Jewish people Many
civilizations have contributed tunes; during the last cen-
,,. wrjtes unall amunl of hillbillj music was
nuallj In poof laate."
the Reform movemenl m Amor-
K-hal "radical" innovations, led to a
in which man) "I the element- of mu-i
cal tradition were jettisoned-'
tonal recitatives, and practically mi "^
t.on The resultant musical vacuum oceu
it was not until the late HMO's that .h ^M
really began to redevelop the areas L\
mcrly by-passed. nicl11
The ensuing discussion of tnnli,y .
r be too technical for most ,
of tunes given as illustrat
may be too technical for most, but theT
tions for the tettTT
Particularly nice are the example
eh tint
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lestion: 1
irit) shareholder and mai ager ol
inipan\ insisted that any new collet' ement
he union should reo inagement'i ruin t i i..>
"ii inefiicent or Incapable workers lirst
II.Will SCHWARTZ
ad was tra ill) illustrated by
I Mr Abran lecretar) of the company.
in tth"-i housi the officials ol the company met
e work which they could not do bl
the ci plant premises The l'nion posted
iv's house, and when om day
i known camera-bug! emerged from his
I picture of the two pickets, they rushed
him. hit him with ind fractured hi- skull
The Haifa I nion, while earlier admitting the picket
nomei now claimed that the two
just happened to be there by coincidence, were actually
Kicked b) Mr Abramov, and. anyway, that one of
them w,i- known .- i violent troublesome character and
the other was somewhat mentall) unbalanced. The corn-
pan) v.,- quick to point out that these two men were
among the group ol inefficient workers whom the com-
tried for years to lire charging exactly that the one
perpetual trouble maker picking fights on the plant
premises, while the other was mentally sick; and that the
union always insisted that these two workers were per-
iod!) all right
While the practical inability of managements to get
rid of ineflicient worker- i- Considered everywhere one
ol the major factor- ol Israel's unsound economy, the
Haifa labor leader- have pnbsbl] more rea-on to fight
any change in the system than any other labor leaders.
Art Flourishes Where Sand Still Prevails
lulAYOR ENOCH NENNER ol Klath. telling about the
achievement- ol hi- arked recently that it
soon to have an art museum, that the cm
and alread) has .. siz-
able colle, i
'n is the our new cities, but it i- alread)
The : set ms to be thai Israel has imething ol an
rail) Haifa ha- it- Greenwich Vil
"her* ol old the mystics gathered, now ha- it- at*
HAROLD r. Rill ALOW
Where Chess Reigns
pOR YEARS, I have been pointing out
with many other writers) that there is i i
tie-up between chess and Jews 1; uhl(h has
been fascinating Jew ; for ceni
those rabbis who frowned on other games,
brilliantly played by -con- ,,i Jewish masters
rth an essay, but at the moment I should like
attention to an unusual stud) on '' bets ami I
ters" from a psychoanalytic point ol view b) Reuben Fine
one of our fine-t chess player-, who i- now
psychoanalysis in New York City.
innTSf.t!flJ!S! ^.V^'L'T "f ,hls $1.00 by the National Psychological Assn tor P-v. hoanal
ysis in its official journal 'Psychoanalysis." but random
remarks on the material included here. In a chapter on
"Chess and Chess Master-." Fine louche- on many is
of interest to Jewish students both of the game' and ol
Jewish history
For example. Wilhelm Stein.tz, one of the Jewi-h
world che- champions, became "the architect of modem
chess," and not a rabbi, as his parent- wished "For Stein-
it! chess was the great passion of hi- lifi
He was a battler, an aggressive man. "He fought on
the chess board, he fought in the chess column- he argued
endlessly with his friends. To hi- enemies he attributed
anti-Semitism (in this there was certainly some element
of truth), and at one time began to write a book on Jews
in chess, in order, as he said, to confound the anti
Semite- "
Psychoanalyst Fine interprets this over-aggres-ion as
the result of great anxieties. Steinitz was. to put is mildly
a nervous man. And his superiority in chess "led to a kind
of Messiah complex in him." And Fine now offers an in-
teresting anecdote about Steinitz. and in a footnote one
about Sammy Reshevsky. the outstanding American chess
master of our time.
stractionists and surrealists who perhaps are a kind of
equivalent to the ancient mystics. The kibbutzim. I am
told, are even joined in a national kibbutzim painters
the head ol which interestingly enough is an Irish
raid, who came to fight on Israel- side
in the war of liberation and has remained m I-rael
Painting is | relatively new field (or the .lew it ,
commonly said that the commandment against making
' led to i neglect ol the art. vet archaeol-
up murals ,n synagogues which date hack
""' yean There are picture- oi David playing
Iron the Bible and soon It appears
>'"/ Pies ol old were not so squeamish about
paintings on their walls u were the later Jews.
baps
me examples nif.^j 1
motifs" of Sabbaths and fe-val- e2 M
having its own characteristic tunes
Dr. Werner also offers a hihlmgrsphyni,
valuable contemporary compo-,t,n- for tjL
agogue. graded according to difficult and,
programming, including use of a chorus of
another, and on the participation of the ca
The book is written, of course, from a u.
point, and may therefore be unacceptable to
Werner does seem a bit confused here andi
whether "foreign influxes" are contaminatJii
izing. although his final feeling should r*rhlj
here: "synagogue music, to live, must breath?!
our time, yet not neglect the legacy of our pj|
vague enough to please all except the most
While I am not competent to judge the
caliber of this book, and therefore shall not, 1
felt that Jews do not really know much aboati
ions music. Especially is this true of the yo,
ation. The music is heard, or sung, and sjj
overtones are still compelling, but the long jo*
made to reach us and all the meaning ama-ed,
escape into the air. Any method of recovenn||
even as slight as this book, is welcome
HEX HA VA V
That Old 'Quest.
ci
THE TWELFTH GENERAL Assembly is en
hack into the old rut of piecemeal cor
the "Palestine Question" from which the Ek
bly had been jarred by the Sinai and Sum affai
There had been hope earlier this summer!
attempt would be made to grapple w.th the en
with a view to seeking a general settlement i
Canada, the Scandinavian countries, the I'niteil
others had spoken hopefully ol some suet i
nothing has come of it. The Secretary'
marskjold. also had thought that from the i
fall's crisis might come a call for an end totkj
belligerencv in the area. He made it plain <|
conference last Thursday, however that thesel
vain. ,.
He said. "I feel we may have reached 11
the most fruitful approach will be one which |
for this or that concrete issue. To dig out till
lems in public debate again anil to perhaps I
ground covered again and again la-t winter i
to me a good approach. I for one, therefore.!
ities in the Secretariat, would try to present I
Assembly with reports and statements on liraaslj
crete issues, all of them belonging to the
but not lumped together under -ome kind di
consideration of the whole problem."
Thus, the prospect is that there will beo*M
two other debates on the Middle East as it""
The first will be the perennial report of thel'l
>i- whal reallj lad to the neglect of painting ?. .'"
' so much a n?(1 \W.ks and **"' Agency (UNRWA) which
n of .,n. a- our all-tin I persecu
require, a free life
wsasaae
H Jhould base known better for he
turn plnnl" Arab refu* Problem. This will give the.
field day against Israel, to be joined by the I
and it.s followers.
ban, '"'-man. and of
nORIS SMOLAR
The report by UNRWA- director. HenO"'
which will be the subject of the debate, wj
carefully by both the Israeli and Arab delept"
ha- been the case in all precede \-emblieiJ
RWA has been discussed, neithei will be ssta
Arabs will seek to confine the resolution n'
from the report to calling for the rcpatrutios
of all the refugees. Israel will seek to keep w
patnation" from it. and the final i< -ult
bagaj m the past, that resettlement.
patnation will be proposed and accepted.
Steady Increase in Israel's Oil Producti*
YY'TH THE WITHDRAWAL o
, '/"" operations In i-r,,,., ..
- n,:"";rr;,
"' oil fro,,, local I-,
jablishe, tha, the pr,lll(
nelds has grim,, | |,
"" MUah oil companies
now h
oilfields
2 of oil ln Sep,emCr'^r';,, 7^, :""'' ,He *
;" small quantitie- o o ** ,"rr"1- P"
nnicates that this source m^v tc m'" Hi"fa Th" rtu>
the future, but that thls ml t more ""Portant in
ix-cts of true peace in the Mo i''^ h"'..... "" Pn-
not afford to base h r econo ^f S'nr<- SJT1Z
n developing -home Rr,7n' .i'"1 ,h" "'"^ he
With the Soviet Union having caw*
its agreement to supply to Urael one*
needs Israel is dependent now on oil "?".,
However, this
suaaM
oil- and in the t'nited States.
t'>r in American dollars which i- in ext
in the Jewish State. The total Pr,uc-, HrKi
rels a year from the Israeli oil "eld,s |
lies only about six per'nt "' {"T,
menta for petroleum products and arw
tier crude needs.
Hope ii therefore laid on the dnJWJy ^
n in HeleU and Brur region for nw ^i
the investors who have oil right- in ^riaf
th.- t.me. the investors are acti'
" ""oping home erown- i ........."'* tne interest ..... "'e """" (,~i tf
firststt-i ~"!ir,~ *wS *-? r--_JZ22
potion to withdraw irZ^l^ gj-ert their region of Urn., with the gre.test
the bead Sea.
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N THE COUNTY JUOCES1 COURT
I -,N TAND FOR DADE COUNTY
1 FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 41.340-B
In Itl ''f......
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I You are horoeo Betlfled and
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8/9-16--
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HENRY liREEN. ajole owner.
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IliewiisltUEIlioipidliiaun
Flcr
da. Friday, August 30. 1957
Section B
Nation's Hate Peddlers
Find Rich Pickings Today
In Restless, Changing South
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T#i?s is the finol report in n
series by The Jewish Florfdian e-
poting further behind-the-scenes de-
velopment on Russell Maguire's Con-
stitution porly, Gerald I. K. Smith
and fhe new hate literature. The
report appeared originally in the
Anti-Defamation league's publica-
tion, "Facts."
Like number of his profes-
sional colleagues in the hatemon-
goring business. Smith has been
able to capitalize on the wide-
spread unrest in the South. The
anti-Negro theme, spiked with
anti-Semitism, has proven profit-
able to them. In the course of
the past three years, the traffic
in hate literature has picked up
its strongest impetus from the
sharp tension which has accom-
panied the issue of public school
segregation.
of the Soviet I'nion. which is a re-
hash of McGilUey'a favorite sub-
ject, -the Jewish invisible govern-
ment."
Anti-Semitic stickers, believed to
have come from either Britton or
V< Cinley. have turned up in Louis-
iana, Texas and North Carolina.
"Do not persecute the Negro,"
these stickers say, "The Interna-
tional Jew is the perpetrator of
World Communism and racial agi-
tation."
New Hate Literature
Gerald L. K. Smith's new sheet.
The New Letter, cited above, is one
of a number of new pulications
some on the crackpot side pro-
duced by anti Semites. Others are:
1. The Virginian an 8 page
tabloid published in Newport
News. Va., by the Virginia League,
a pro-segregation outfit headed by
The ferment in the South, giving j William Stepheiuon. He is also
rise to sizeable new hate groups, vice president of the White Citi-
haa opened up a larger market for KM Council of Newport News, but
D .. anti Semitic material. claims he doe- not go along with
fussing installation skits for forthcoming in- Sept. 14, in Americana hotel. Pa^t president QId antiSoirntic pamphleteers \ Ace Carter 'a North Alabama Citi-
ttation dinner-dance of Temple Beth Sholom Ralph Spero and Mrs. Spero are chairmen, j such gs Frank Britton, Conde lie- > Council.
lo right) Jo.ie Adler, Harold Granoff, To be installed president of Templs will be (;jnicv jorm w. Hamilton and Rob-1 e 2. The Southernerpublished
ter, Ben Berlin, Mickey Granoff and John Serbin. Mrs. Sol S. Pine is reelected pres- ; er( jj Williams have increased t in Birmingham. Ala., bv Ace Car-
I evin. Beth Sholom, now in its ident of Sisterhood. Dr. NWer tcgnalz is new- their press runs to supply the new ter. now also head of the Original
1 foi first time install Temple ly-elected president cf Men'.-. Club, and Mrs. | reader-hip ottered by Ku KK of the Confederacy.
rectors as well as officers of Harry A. Lack, is reelected presidant of PTA.
!9 function Saturday eveninq,
rial Gifts Committee Spearheads
$7 Million Drive to Complete Sinai
' Ml Sinai Hospi-
fund drive for
lete constructi' ri
y pital on Co'lins [a
ft committee
| night to complete
i campaign-
I How ird Kane and
announced that
tl I Miami's top
adera would
ifti committee.
(It's committee will carry the
M cf 't-* cxTiosign during the
lies! Program Scheduled
|Royol Palm Unit Tea
Ralpl Spero. president of
1 Palm I nit. Women's
Cancer Institute of Miami.
juices the first meeting of the
In in tin form of a member-
ii sday noon, Sept. 3, at
Wa Gull hotel.
(musical program has been
ned Soloist will be Mrs. Da-
pruckcr. accompanied by her
Vr N:r' UUlM Nelson.
Drucker has concerti/.cd
I the Miami area and is
pin chairman of the Royal
Unit.
coming months and is expected
to raise a major share of the
needed funds. Last fall, under
Wien's chairmanship, committee
raited over $2,000,000.
Members of the committee arc
CM. Jacob A. Arvev. Sam Blank,
Shepard Broad. Jack \. Cantor.
Jack Camer, Loo A. Chaikin, Ed-
ward L Cowen, Wolfle Cohen, I
J. Ell, Harry Freedman. Joseph H.
Gardner, Louia E Goldman, Dr.
Morria Goodman, Emil J. Gould,
j Samuel J. Halpcini, A. J. Harris,
I adore Hecht.
Walter Kirschncr. Jay I Ki-!ak.
I Sidney Lefcourt, J.ick I.e inard,
Samuel C. Levenson. David Levm-
son. Marcie Liberman. Joseph M.
Lipton. Ben Karfcowttz, Jack Mu
ravchick. Ben Novack. Samuel
Oritt. Max Orovit/. David Phillips,
Lee Ratner. Joseph If. Rose, Sey-
mour Rubin. Dan B. Ruskin.
Arnold Seeder. John N. Serbin,
Jacob SheT, Bernard Stevens, Carl
Sus-kind. I^urance Tisch, Carl
Weinkle. Julian I Weinkle. and Al-
fred Werblow. Ex officio members
of the committee arc Samuel Gert-
ner, executive director of Mt. Sinai
Hospital. Dr. Benjamin B. Rosen-
berg, executive director of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and Mar-
tin Peppercorn, executive director
of Mt. Sinai Hospital development
fund. _
Klan outfits. White Citizens COttaV 3 Tom-Toms of Tomorrow
cil units and other pro-sogregation 1 pur,|,.hed m Hope, Ind.. by Mars-
organizations. I aret Osman. who maintains a broad
Incidents of violence that have | correspondence with anti-Semites
erupted because of school rie'eg- acro-s th<' country throufh the nie-
regation were quickly capped by dium of her 2-4-page mimeograph-
the appearance of hate literature ed sheet.
m the scene. Such material be-
gan to pour into the towns of Clin-
ton. Tenn.. and Sturgis, Kv.. rinht
e 4 New Mexico Women Speak
published in Albuquerque, N If.,
by Mrs. James Thorsen. A small
after the large-scale outbreaks sheet which reprints material by
rster to Fill Post Vacated in Philly
rt'T
appointment Of Emanuel
xecutive director of the
Branch, Jewish Theo-
nn "1 America, was
Wednesday by Joseph
' n, chairman of the nation-
nninj committee of the Sem-
Southeast regional
lh Seminary, fill- the
'II vacant as a result of
th of Rabbi Jerome
r Philadelphia di-
Seot 1 '"" ;j"ume ms new
1 lB| to Miami
th
"' was aaaistant city
I Israel
"rjiunuation in Philadel-
phia, having also represented them
in Canada.
In 1951. he was granted leave
of absence from the United Jew-
ish Appeal to work with United
Nation* In Paris, where he waa
a member of a commiaaion n-
strumental in developing a pilot
refugee program for Latin Amer-
ican countries.
there last year.
"No sooner had the first news
of these developments reached
us here at the American Nation-
alist," Frank Britton said in a
fund-raising letter accompanying
the October 1956 issue, "than we
decided to act. We immediately
formulated plans to give all the
aid and support we could to the
embattled citixens of Clinton,
Sturgis and other towns where
guns, tanks and bayonets were
called out to implement compul-
sory mongreliiation. Since then
we have saturated all these
towns (and several others) with
mass mailings of hard-hitting lit-
erature. Furthermore, as new
trouble spots develop we stand
ready to give them similar treat-
ment."
In Texas last summer, the dis-
semination of hate literature play-
ed a direct part in building up to a
violent outbreak in Mansfield. For
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h. spiritual months prior to the actual out-
leader of the congregation, -"k' break large quantities of such ma-
Sydney J. Greenberg. director of I terial Wcre brought or mailed in-
education, as well as other faculty | (ne town and distributed
members and lay leaders of the : throughout the area. These includ-
Temple, will greet the young poo ed reguiar mailings from the White
pie.
Beth Sholom Pupils
Go Back to School
Pupils of Beth Sholom Junior
High religious school will reautlM
old friendships and make new ac-
quaintances at their annual "get-
acquainted" breakfast in the Tem-
ple Saturday morning.
Beth Sholom religious school
will reopen Sept. 3 for its 15th-
consecutive year. Judge Harry A.
Greenberg is chairman f the
Temple Bureau of Education.
p
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He organized regional commis
sions 0:1 adult education, youth,
leadership training. Jewish educa-
tion and promoted a cavalcade
winch brought outstanding
Seminary profeaaora on
tour of the region.
Citizens Councils of Mississippi
and Alabama and from Britton's
The American Nationalist and Mc-
Ginley's Common Sense.
Heavy emphasis was given in
tins output to the old anti-S*mitic
theme that school desegregation is
Judge Greenberg emphasized,: g ..COfniminj,,t plot to mongrelize
however, that not all 700 pupils |h(l wnj,e race and tnal ,ne Jews
will report on Tuesday. "Depend-
ing upon the grade and particular
elatl pupil- will report for their
irst 1 s-ions during the week
through Monday. Sept. 9. Individ-
ual pupill should consult the sclicd
ules mailed to them."
Board Meeting Held
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
o| Woman'! American ORT met for
board meeting and brunch Wed-
a lecture < ""' l"",,e "f *" ''"5eph
Wilkes. 8859 Emerson ave.
were behind the NAACP."
A number of these have come
from Conde McGinley and have
been circulated in the South.
One, called Jews and You, car-
ries in headlines "Jews Rule the
World in Secret Baruch is
the Present Jew King." The
piece also carries an extract
from "the Protocols of Zion."
Another of these leaflets is oae
designated The Secret Government
Euatece Mullins, Rus-ell Maguire
and others.
5. News Behind the News
published in Wilfowdale, Ontar-
io, Canada, by the Publications
Committee National Federation
Christian Laymen, led by Wil-
liam Guy Carr. He was formerly
associated with Ron Gostick, Ca-
nadian publisher of the anti-
Semitic "Canadian Intelligence
Service."
6. The Revere a mimeogra-
phed paper published in Hinsdale,
111 by F. Allen Mann, who pro-
motes the writings of Eustace Mul-
lins.
7. The Nationalist Summary
a mimeographed sheet published
in Compton, Calif., by Ronald B.
Ramsav.
Various units of the White Citi-
11 ii- Councils are turning out local
publications. A number of these
are overtly anti-Semitic, such as
the News Letter of the Texas Citi-
zens Council of Greater Houston,
which has reprinted material from
Conde McGinley's Common Sense.
In addition to these, thousands
of pieces of hate literature, both
anti-Negro and anti-Semitic, have
poured across state lines from the
Citizens Councils of Mississippi
and Alabama. These Councils have
been from their inception promo-
ters and distributing agents of such
material.
The White Citizens Councils of
Mississippi and Alabama share a
prominent role in the calculated
effort to indoctrinate and incite
masses of Americans against Ne-
groes and Jews. The Mississippi
Councils recently distributed on a
large scale Joseph P. Kamp's
pamphlet Trickery, Treachery, Ty-
ranny and Treason in Washington.
Like his Behind the Plot to Soviet-
ize the South, it was written with
an eye to the current market in the
Southern state-. The nation's hate.
peddlers have tound a "solt touch"
in the South, where they have had
their richest pickings in years.
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Women Leaders
Are Off to Israel
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stop in
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WiM visit I'.IA :
renters wh
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In Israel, the group will meet
with executives nf the Jewish
Agency and cf the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, These organixa-
tior-5 administer L'JA 'irjncea
-Jts of aid t" immigrants
to Israel. The Jewish Agency
receives funds from the Un
Si A pas al
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_-\|.-. v Simonhol Mn Simonhofl
repn renting the Greater Mi
the tour will '
Pri-
mber
Mr- Samuel Mr-
Overweight Gals
Drop Poundage
. who arc overweight have a |
to do "' ll! 'i |
with ut feeling lenelj in the pro
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have bar Ihtr in an effort
to Oi. d excen avoir d Bui
1 of'
m thing.
But getting rid <"f poundage
among the general cries of glee
of one's padded neighbor alee j
trimming 'down it ooite another. |
The itrmip met recently at Harbor '
MMwajjr, and I
1 .< talk b) Dr Stanley Jonas j
!- .i-'l M
rrfa Alpert. 3930 Mend -'
ian avc. is head ol the national I
ion's local affilia'e. who
announced Mr- Joseph Alexander
n:i-< n ol the Kvening."
Mr-. Sall> Shank i- in charge of
phot | Itar."
l*r Center t, $,
j '"-A,e Ukk %*l
1 "> Center ^rathenrs, r,%*i
the opening ol the (, *
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Mrs. Simonhoff is a member of
the National Women's Division
board of the UJA. She was re-
cently elected president rf the
Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, it a
rr.ember of the Committee of Wo-
men's Communal Services of tht
Council of Jewish Federations
and We:fare Funds, and has been
active in the Bonds fir Israel
Campaign. Mrs. Simonhoff has
travelled widely, and visited Is-
rael m 1951.
I
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The I .i \ Hirvej group will make
it1- first ,t[) in Vienna bei ire go
iag to larael Sept 9.
Academy Reveals Peak Registration ',^luca",na| *w hIsmi
locally offering a pubhe aebool pro
Hebrew
year Tuesday. Sept 3. with a pe.,k
' f more l ...-. 31
1h.> numoer, rej :u
Acad-
Rabbi Alexander S
I includes the total
Iment in elementary and
: high department- in ihe
building ii !
Indents ol the North Liade and
Miami Br-nthe-.
The Narth Dade Branch, lo-
cated at the North Dade Jewish
Center, 13630 West Dixie hwy.,
includes first and second grades.
The Miami Branch, located at 44
Zamora ave.. Coral Gables, will
open with a kinderganen and
the first three grades.
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jildren and teachers in get-acquainted play
Ee at F!agler-Granada Jewish Community
nter Nursery School. Left to right are head
tcher Mrs. Reuben Lederman. Annamerle
Zwitman, Sue Lederman, Mrs. Philip Klosz,
Sharlene Pont, lennene Phillips, David Jafier,
David Earman, Mrs. Hersch Berman, Joni Bril-
liant (partly hidden) and Howard Goldman.
Pops Have Smash
Season as Winter
Series Slate Listed
The University of Miami ended
it- seventh year of pop concerts
with six capacity houses to its
credit.
The performances by Arthur
Fiedler and Sanroma broke all rec
ords in the history of the pops,
playing .to standing-room-only" of
0? 3.300 in the Miami Beach aud-
it*Mwm. Mrs. MarieVohjnrr UM
concert manager, said Wednesday.
Attendance for the ten con-
certs was 30,027. The receipts
were $37,400.21, and tht deficit
was $6,936.23.
When the concerts Start)
1951 with a series of eight, there
\va- .i deficit of S12.237. an income
of S8.537.37, and the attendance
wsj 11.265. The present series sj
ten summer concerts began in 1953. |
Pour firsts arc on the agend<
for the University of Miami Sym-1
phony Orchestra during its 1957
58 season.
Included will be a scene from
"Vesta's Feuer," by Ludwig von
Beethoven, its first world perform-
ance.
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Mirii Pell Solkoff recent
I om -i\ weeks of study
h \ york area.
ed the Foundation
Day School system^
| ions in the New York
their methods and
mque- in preparation for her
Temple F.m.mu Kl
li >i ho il, which is to
; tember,
Th latest and most modern
thniqufs, texts and materials
II be incorporated in this first
sde class which Mrs. Solkoff
| to teach.
I' -pent three weeks at
ty, a here a special
I Irish educa
I has been a teacher
| afternoon
ii- : ol for the past mx
II li1 that, she was a
fcher in the Flatbush Ye-lnvj,
I a nrn day school in
feklyn,
|Rbbi Irving Lehrman, spirit-
leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
Inouncec Wednesday that reg-
lutian ffr the Temple's now
pundaticn School is continuing.
I n ni.'diuni h
P en ol ntrrsery, kin
1 I list grades ages
. n opportunity to re-
lized instruction in
and secular studies.
J" n is limited to 15
lldren ; ,
Flacjler Nursery
Opens Sept. 9
The newly organized nursery
school at FlaglerGranada Jewish
Community Center, 50 NW 51st pi.,
opens Sept. 9, with registration at
the Center Sept. 3 through 6. Plans
for the school were formulated this
summer by the nursery school com-
mittee under chairman Mrs. Robert
P. Jaffer.
Mrs. Reuben Lederman has been
appointed head teacher. She is a
graduate of Indiana State Teachers
College and took post graduate
work at the University of Pitts-
burgh.
Other members f the staff
are Mrs. Philip Klosi and Mrs.
Hersch Berman. All staff mem-
bers have taken university work
in early childhood education and
have had experience teaching
nursery and kindergarten age
children.
Emphasis will be placed on a
child centered program based on
, | American-Jewish culture. Classes
Miami in, of Junior Hadajah ^ cach ^ ^
3K5? SL ST5L.TfK ceiving individual attention.
Other works scheduled for a
Miami premiere are "Four Dan-
las Sinfonicas." by Julian Os-
born, the first U.S. performance
of "Chant et Orchestra," by
Villa-Lobos, and "Psalm for Or-
chestra," by C. V. J. Anderson.
Anderson is a former University
of Miami music student and win-
ner of the 1956 Edward Benja-
min Award.
Guest conductors for the season
will be Igor Stravinsky, Arthur
Fiedler, Heitor Villa-Lobos and
Howard Mitchell with John Bitter,
permanent conductor.
Soloists are Yehudi Menuhin.
Leonard Rose, Irmgard Scefried.
Cina Bachauer, Frances Yeend.
Guiomar Novaes and Joseph Szi
geti.
DIHHIS SUVfff
Dennis Silver Will
Be Bar Mfrzvah
Dennis Stephen Silver will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services. Aug. 31. of Tem-
ple Judea. Rabbi Morris Skop will
officiate.
Dennis is the son of Judge and
Mrs. Sam I. Silver, 707 Malaga,
(oral Cables.
He attends eighth grade at
Ponce de Leon Junior High School,
is ;i member of Boy Scout Troop
64 and captain of the Religious
School Patrol at Temple Judea.
A reception in his honor will fol-
low the Bar Mitzvah ceremony Sat-
urday morning.
Among guests of honor will be
Dennis' grandparents. Mr. and Mr-
Ben Silver and Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Corenblum, all of Miami.
A luncheon affair will conclud
the festivities at the Pub restaurant
in Coral Gable-
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Jr. Hadassah Eyes
'Prince Charming'
*is fer Israeli Vouffc
eo'i ii.wsion of the
rican Jewish Congress spon-
Labor Day dance in the
Neptune Lounge of the Rot* rl
Richter hotel Sunday evening,
Sept. 1.
Each candidate for "Prince
Charming" is being sponsored by
a young adult group in the city.
Mapcy raised at the dance will
!* devoted to Junior Hadassah pro-
jects, including seven hospitals in
Jerusalem, Safad and Beersheba.
Youth Aliyah. Hadassah Hebrew!
I
"Dr. Alma Williams David, of
the Department of Education, Uni-
versity of Miami, assisted us in
planning our school," said Mrs.
Jaffer. "We are also grateful to
Mrs. Jack August, administrator.
and Lucille Moore, head teacher at
ihe North Dade Jewish (enter nur-
sei v .school, Mrs. E. Herman Fisher,
supervisor of Temple Judea nur
scry school and Mrs. Maurice I
Grossman, supervisor of the Great
Can
fe PRODUCTS'
JUNE
v^s^'^dicaMVnW. rtude* Mum, Je,h
Zionist Organizations, community U-r nursery schools,
health aerrieei and teaching and i -They helped us immeasurably
research. I in setting up and organizing our
Junior Hadassah units are open school." she added,
to girls between the ages ol 17 ami Members of the committee are
ridi Saturday. Pro-'25 Further insinuation may be :tht- Mesdames Hy Coverman. \\a
tUs>" 1 to the Louise Water- \ obtained from the president ol that ter Kaye. Samuel Oro>hnik. Ferdi-
V.H.ih Center in Jem-! Miami Unit, Sara Bander, 620 San- nand Phillips. Leonard Pont, 1 hit
'lander ave.. Coral Gables. 'seliaman and Nathan Zw.tman.
REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
FALL TERMS STARTS SEPTEMBER 9, 1957
NURSERY Through 12th GRADE
CO EDUCATIONAL JUNIOR and SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSES
Ml. .r. ., .( ,r academic retram ** ceeteat staff aed wc hwHs year
r^tra^TS^MnuyS.......m ,hfl,
making Leer the eutstanding scheel en Miami Beace.
SCHOOL
W.th M-V.ar Tradition of Out.tand,n3 Suceese I- r?J*,Jf"
Boy. and Girl, for CoM.fl. and Ufe, Und.r O.rectmn of Id. tVLear
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Eirth Daie Shirley and Phillip Vend :
8361 SW 28th si can now saj thj I th ) t
H-. ir mark" Here to provi it is theii
Mare Frank, who made his debul S
Jackson Memorial Ho-pn.il Gr Is Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Venet and Mr. and Mrs. B-
I. Geibert share their delight wil
mi ther Ida Goldberg, oi Roxbury, Mass
It was B little girl for Richard and Sonya Horwirh.
n, C iral I bfes .." Francine May who was born A 21 al
. n ... us her tw l brother, Mitchell Alan
nting their jrand-blessii Jack Pallots, ol 701 SW
. and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Horwich, oi Oak Park. III.
Mickey and Ben Rosenberg, ol '
their \
>n Mickey said B ston was i
spapers were all on strike thi n Miami
the i ivelj : the Rosenbergs
tc which the) didn'l go .
Ben was
work '
en (ion.
r I
Gail Brock, popular daU Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brock,
es. will be bai k this Sunday from her
week vaci tii n in 1 Oi
ily, the Bockneks, v r n sidei Is
Gail, wh i ... ii,t ntlj cl
mil l' hool this fall,
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Becker, of St. 1
ting Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Becker, nl 2290 SW
261 In.. Matt w rth yeai al VVa nil Ion
Man.
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He's j of!
i ol M,
Back I : Stephen Garber, who !
1 the L'nh
da.
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Newlyweds Rabbi and Mrs. Arie Becker
m trip to the V i.-t Thej i
lers counl I be
'most-married" couple in Miami At their wedding a
which took place July u al Beth Raphi no
thai embers of I binical \
Rabbi Becker has been spiritual leader
. phael for the past five years His bridi I inner Rita
Nancy Eskin, ol in ille
> > >
ler their recent Chi
Arnie and Sandy Schor Both n luates of
Inois, they will tx returning soon to the W'i
v. ii. re Arnie ,. |,. Sll
.. He's the son of Mrs. William Click, of Mil
Our Travelling Miamians irope On S aboard
the SS I Statl Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw,
Murray and Lillian have planned a tour which will
e. Italy, Swit* rland, Spa Israel
k .hi the ss ; Nov. 15 will
iriei
1 thera weren'i Miami B
' Marjoria and Leonard Wien I I
Richard Gerstein
Wr;. Casilda (Bunny) Erick, m u. San 1
e D,ck
rneys The couple was wed last 1
Bif Dick,
d his pretty bride, who is a fool
up housekeeping \
:I Of It.
Back home in Brooklyn al ve-week i
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wald While here the Waldt
are national leader- in the Mizrachi movement '
and n newed old acquaintances with local represent I
out-of-etatera also vacationing on our shores ,., a.
the Walds are planning their l.iurth trip to I-:
,u mi.
ontan s
ll/or/J
Geller, Osterman
Exchange Vows
Sun-
. hotel.
N
York
and
Gel-
was Lai j Friedman.
\ : Algiers' Ru-
room I re-
The bridi ed the t'mver-
M
oom has a BA from the Uni-
versil mi
The couple u ill li nej m i >n in
New York, and th i the
ins Their new ad-
will be 2745 SW 6th il .
Miami.
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MIS. HOWAtD OSTHMAN
n/its. BfpvARD mum
Edelsteins to Live On Miami Beach
\:vr a four-month tour of Eu-
rope ami I-r.iel. Mr and Mrs. Ber-
nard Stanle) Edelfteln will live
in Miami BMeh.
Thej were married Sunday. Aug.
25, at 1 pin, by Rabbi Mayer
Abnmowta at the North Shore
Jewish Center.
The bride is the former Miss
Sylvia Herman, daughter of Mr.
and Mr- Harry Herman. Oak Park,
Mich Mr KdeMein is the son of
Mr. and Uri Samuel M. Edelstein.
12444 \ Bayshore dr.. N. Miami,
where the reception was held.
The bride wore a white waltz-
length gown with a chant
bodice and a nei -kin ip
with lace. Her (ingertij il|
from a peail trimmed hea
Bd *he carried ., -pray oil
orchids on prayer book.
Matron ol hon if ... Mr-
Zeldes. the bri
J. Edelstein. the hridegrooai|
ther, was b".t man.
The bride attended sea
Detroit and Wayne Una
there. Mr. K.l.lstein
Dwight Academy. New YortJ
York University and the Lc
of Miami.
AlfJS JOAN HOtlAND
Leaving tor Israel soon i- Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, who
ber of the Board ol Directors ol the Ameri mFriendsol
ew Univers.ty, Miami chapter Before -:.
onored at a summer party and I .. ,lu, lu
on Sept 2 .Loc, book-reviewer Mrs. I. m. Wins., n
is. Waldo Frank's "Bridgehead Th, Drama Isr;'n
i:r.ds will gather to uivr- Mrs. Saprio a warm M-nd-n
Hollands Reveal
Joan's Betrothal
men!
;,f ,h' Abe
Pa
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ed Muhlenbei I
i the PI
eda
Purl,,
Jjoromjf <. I/ay ^c/>o/ o/ ^Untieing
SPECIALIZING IN BALLET, TAP, MODERN
All Branches of Stage Dancing
Stage Experience and Producer of Shows
Classes Now Forming
21 Ponce de Leon Blvd. at Fla-jler
Phone HI 6-2036 Residence MO 64
lOUtf HaOCMMOMTt
C I NIER AIM A
HOLIDAY
s- cotoa it Taoeecotoa
RCDUUD SUMMU P(CES
SPECTACULAR- .
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"AMAZING"
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THRILLING
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Phona Raaarvat.on. Accfptfd
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Recent births at Mount Sinai
Hospital include the following:
Daughter born to Mr and Mr*
Norman Postman Aug. 18.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Singer Aug. 18.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Kramer Aug. 17.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
mon Lichter Aug. 15.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Stephan Fishman Aug. 14.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Steiger Aug. 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Ion* Id Bethel Aug. 14.
iami
So,, bom to Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Hart Aug. 14.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Bernard Major Aug 12
Mitcherrc nand Mrs juuan
KaS;.anbAung,09Mr ""' "* Dna'd
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. paul
Barnes Aug. 9.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Green Aug. 8.
lp^i!!orn'0 Mr. and Mrs. Le0n-
ard Miller Aug. 8.
vt.^.k b0 Mr and Mr Pul
Kaecher Aug. 7.
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***P*rmimr* SCHOOL
JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADES 7 thru 12
Accredited by Florida Stal. Departm^, d Education
ACCEPTING LIMITED REGISTRATIONS
FOR FALL TERM Beginning Sept. 9th
T* UN 6-6*11
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jeilght Rites
Finn, Hinkes
ubk rins candlelight cere-
[Sunday, A..-:. 25. at the
told, Miss MaKlM Jane
,..,.,. i Dr. Leonard H.
Beach, and Mrs.
Ivinn. 1051 West 46th it,
llhr bride of Seymour
Vn of v" nd Mrs' i:ilx
5W inth -t. Rabbi
Eirrnii'i. nl Temple Kmanu-
Etrd.it th 6:30 p.m. rites
I toi Maurice Mam-
[j.V was iven i" marriage
,r of the wed-
; out in pink and
of honor was Mrs. Mar-
Mr. Dais) Miles, ma-
[ bride, waa 111
book and din-
L ments. Junior
UVi.< Ell n Leslie Miles.
nan was I'hilip Kisman.
Include I Max Miles. Or.
Bentner, Dr. Robert Kap-
L pjne R Lee I'olak and
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fide selected a hallerina-
|un "i Imported Italian
Ipnnci-- effeel and scoop-
line ricmliroidered with
jThr fitted !) ulice was rc-
Ired with alencon lace, and
|ch illusion fingertip veil
I a crown "f alencon lace
Hered with seed pearls-
led while orchids on her
ion Bible
I; i iate of Miami
Igh School She received
[, the University
hkei is also a graduate of
lenior Hi] i. and received
i ; the I niversity of
| dinner were held
hui. 1 The couple
| New York. Upon
urn. iIha will live in
Miss Mitnick Now Mrs. Wm. Childs
A Sunday afternoon ceremony,
Aug. 25, at Pierre's united in mar-
riage Miss Roberta Marion Mitnick
and Air Force First Lt. William F.
Childs.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mitnick. 1610 SW
Blackstone Flower Shops executed
the floral design.
Among out-of-town guests were
paternal grandfather of the groom
Joseph Childs. uncle and aunt of
the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Childs, Chicago, and daughter,
Cayle. and Jack Childs, Long Island
32nd ct., Miami, and the groom is i
the MB Oi Mrs. Helen Childs, 522 City, N. Y.
SW 35th ave.. Miami, and Morris _....- j .___wt_i
<-kii^ nu____ The bride is a graduate of Miami
' 'EbfiSttmm officiated. S-ior High School and is pre pa,
where she was chosen sweetheart
kindergarten in Pittsburgh and
then lost track of one another.
Five years ago they met again in
Miami and have been going steady
ever since.
Miss Brant is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School and attend-
ed the University of Miami for two
years, where she belonged to Gam-
ma Alpha Chi. She la a member of
the Young People's League of Beth
David.
Mr. Parnes went to Miami Senior
High. Vanderbilt University and
the University of Miami. He is
presently a student at the I'rmer
sity of Pittsburgh dental school.
He belongs to Alpha Fpsilon Pi
social fraternity and Alpha Omega
dental fraternity.
Special Meeting Wednesday
Bikur Cholem Kosher Convales-
cent Home will hold a special meet-
ing at the Algiers hotel Wednes-
day noon, Sept. 4. Mr. and Mrs.
B. Stern, of the Sea Breeze hotel,
will hold a card party with pro-
ceeds scheduled for the Home
Sept. 11 noon.
Solomon, and Jack Michaels, uncle
of the bride, and Larry Diskin ush-
ered.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a traditional white
ballerina-length gown of chantilly
lace and nylon tulle. The fitted
bodice was designed with wide
scoop neckline and brief cap-
sleeves. The circular bouffant
skirt of nylon tulle featured a lace
tunic effect. Her fingertip triple-
tlered veil of imported silk illusion
fell from a Juliet cap of taffeta and
lace the handclipped design out-
lined with seed pearls.
She carried a white lace-covered
bridal Bible with two white hybrid
orchids and stephanotis shower.
Matron of honor was Florence
j Einbinder. Mrs. Jack Michaels,
aunt of the bride, took charge of
the guestbook.
A reception and candlelight wed-
ding dinner at Pierre's followed
the ceremony. Table decorations
were carried out in blue and white.
of Tau Delta Phi fraternity.
The groom graduated from the
University of Miami with a Bach-
elor of Science degree in mechan-
ical engineering. He is a member
of the Engineering Honor Society,
Soc e'y of Automotive Engineers,
Band of the Hour and the Arnold
Air Society.
Upon completion of a honey-
moon tour through the Southeast-
ern states, the newlyweds will re-
side at Dyeas Air Force Base, Abi-
lene, Tex.
New Group to Meet
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center Sisterhood will hold its first
organizational meeting Monday
evening. Sept. 9. at the Center,
18160 NW 2nd ave. Adoption of
the new group's constitution and
nomination and election of officers
are on the agenda. In charge of
information is Helen Perlowin.
Miami Hebrew Book Store!
1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues. Schools A Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
CANTOR WANTED
by BETH RAPHAEL CONG.
Aooly at Office
139 N.W. 3rd Avo., or
call FR 3-9807
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REFINED [LOERir IADY t. Share
Apt. anal Kasha*- Kitchen. Please
Contact Mr. Jack Ci merit, phone
JE 1-0511
6 blarkstone
flower shops
ta serve yo
24 hoars
ban. JE t-lSet
I MISS SETTr BRANT
Meet Again-
I Are Engaged
1 Branl and Kd-
i Pdrm are engagtd. The
*' tl ter of Mrs
"' "21 SW 24i h ter., and
[Mr Biiij.imm Brant.
J Ihe son ..f Mr. and
|)!l E. Parnes, 4301 Uni-
fcuple. who iUVe known
a1 irten days,
f* marn. I jn the summer
went to the same
TYPIST
WANTED. SOME STEN0.
5 any Week. Religious Organization.
Call Mr. Cohen at
FR 9-1757
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
MR. BUSINESSMAN
and MRS. HOUSEWIFE
We can as* a yomr obsolete fur-
nifure, rugs, linens, costume jaw-
airy, lamps-mast anything that
you cannot use or toll I .
PROCEEDS GOING TOWARD THE
SUPPORT OF THE 84 DISTINGUISH-
ED 01D MEN AND WOMEN AT THE
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED.
Pfeasa bring H to us or call our
Mr. Silverman for pick up erf
THE THRIFT SHOP
PI 1-3949 524* NE 2nd Ave.
Open avsry day 8 ta 4:30
Closed Saturdays
HOTEL... MOTEL... HOME
Ct APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS
W. ere bora to forve you with COMPLITI LINI OP LININS
CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS SPREADS
* PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS
A DISH TOWELS
DRAPES CURTAINS BED PADS RUGS
TABLI CLOTHS PLASTIC GOODS
Cannon Womsutta Floldorot* Poclfi*
AIR CONDITIONED
U BAH* BSMNSt
PRBS.
MIAMI
WHOLESALE
CORPORATION
127
N.L 9th St.
PR 1.8787
FMKINS
rfetT!
TocusrBROs Rv,
^^ I, Ihf fl/'W '
Study Piano with a Highly Skilled
Concert Pianist and Teacher
Juilliard Graduato
Cotirsos for Childrort, Adults, Porformars ALL LEVELS
FRIEDA FELDMAN
Wl 7-4480 U21 N.E. 178th Torr. North Miami Beach
REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
FOR OUR SCH001S
SUNDAY -- HEBREW -- NURSERY
and KINDERGARTEN
We Are Proud of Our Academic and Religious Programs
and Competent Staff
SEAT RESERVATIONS fOR HIGH HOLY DAYS
iranaaa
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lagler C^/**
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
J0N.W. SIM Mace IfcMM HI 6-54W. HI 3-M75

ATTENTION i-ra CONSUMERS
THE UNITED BALABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER MIAMI
hereby serves notice that it can verity the Kashruth ONLY ot thoee
establishments that have the VAAD LICENSE. All Vaad Supervised
poultry must have a special Vaad Seal bearing Vaad name. Be sure
ot Kashruth look tor VAAD SEAL.
Isabel and Katie
invite you to their
etrrem *&%?<
DRESS SHOP
"Stylet of DMhtction at VrUtt You Likt"
Plenty of
free
parking
front
nd roar
1031 71st ST.
SALE ON
ENTIRE STOCK BATHING SUITS
BEACHWEAR SPORTSWEAR
UN 60112
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JiEfi1^^ th. home of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
U.S. oat. oft.
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t N. Dade Veteran

Faculty Members
ir experience I
\. || join '
the '
Cohei i
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firmati
l.ving Jacofcson i1-- dean in
-t of service at rhe P
ccheoli having hec-* the
her the C?rfer when its
|| S.; iday cchso1 cias.es
opened in 1943.
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NnwtfcH
Barred to ijj
Kneseth Israeli
K,l,-''h l5rafi r~.
MM BueUd n.iS
i n pUniMd as a celebration n ,,! the < ent r UCCeeafM] lir-t year ,1"n ,n 'he HebreuuJ?,
Southwest Center Sisterhood
Plaits Membership Affair
Annual membership affair will
!>, presented by the Sisterhood of
Southwell Jewish Castor Thur>
,1,,\ evening, Sept. 5. at (enter,
i;i ;: >\\ Hth -1
In .i.Miiion to welcoming proa-
pcctive im members, this event
n uti lira. Louii Qroae-
man i- chairman of the event.
Students Slated
To be Assigned ^y^1--^*
. onal director of American
Coun( : ooks and pamphlets dealinq
US education to Dr. Archie L.
tor of libraries. Presentation
I M as part ol proaram undertaken
[public education. Texts pro-
:er auspices of Council will be made available to
:ouqhout United States.
I'.rth Jacob Hebrew
ol \\.!l start Monday, Sept. 9.
p.m l!r\ Maura ataaOCbea
aaaign atudfntJ to their oracle
-< than on the hour of
i M heduled for
l and 2. and students who
. ii flahrna aehool
year ma) ragiator by mail. All
tudenta muat ragiator in por-
-nil at the oifiaa and must Im> ac-
(ompanied by a parent.
Sundaj aehool ragtotratlon will
open tor eluldren up to the
e of Children 8 years and over
arc accepted lor daily Hebrew
>l only.
Beth Jacob Congregation Hebrew
school lollows the methods of the
religious educational eoaantlaeaM
founded i>> the lintnehl Urganiza-
lion nt America.
tween the bob, of,
noon
The synagogue has ,
totensive and compreha
">' In Judaism for cha
'Because th %ynt9>tA
Klaus of the greetS
thorough Jewish |j7
children, a new pe!kv |
established: no chile
reached his 11th bit
enter the beginners i
1'"'1 ; director ]
Bharwin Stauber. Coal
ham Sell assists m u,
nui-ir itu '
Sunday, Sept l, that]
a am aehool party
Marine lovers to Meet |
Florida Marine Aqu
ciety will meet Sept. |j
Grapeland <'ommiinitr
1550 N\V 37th m. T|
p.m.. and the Seaquam
"Sea Chasers," will bet
rine authorit) Craig
speak
Vischi Declares For 'Home Rule'
'. jrl R^bcni'eln is io'ning
the Center's staff as first araHe
teecher. She i a veteran in-
structor ir the New Y^rk C ty
public school syste-n, as well as
having bean a kindergarten
teccher at the Hialeah Jewish
Center.
X : \
"But I am ooposed to any im-
proper interpretation of the orig-
inal charter wiiic'n presumes to
dep'ive the community of Home
Rule and it; constitutional right
of autonomy," he fold several
rallies in his camoainn f""r re-
election to the post he held fron
1951 te 1953 and 1955 t-. the
present.
- I returning
in ab

h the Su
. .. '
I Max Greenberg,
rhe lor. also h
l Wil-
bur S lared ha would
t, to ether with
mben ol the c tuaclL I w
a Mloi in protect
>m the creation oi dead
i -111111 an
if i Vi-. hi \ owed "to
.Hi ins platform i 'i pro
h Ida itkfked mj term in
KNESETH ISRAEL C0NGRE6A1
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Announcing the Opening
of School Registration
Registration Daily from 10 A.M. to 12 Noon
"We eivr your rhi'M ffce fintit Htbrr* fiweatiee"
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL IE M
Alt CHIlDtEN WELCOME TO OUI PIE-SCMOOl PAITY
SEPTEMBER 1st, art 10 A.M. PROFfSStONAl MACK


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High Holy Day Services
ct the Completely Air-Condifioned
To give your child fast otowiag feelina of worfAwaJJe fcaiaafMf
To provide thot aecessorr uoders'onrfing of what If means to to a iew
To bra*] about o heaifhfvl commitment fa and participation in Jewish life
You Owe Your Child a Good Education
Now is the time to register your child in a Jewish school of your thoki
Classes open on September 8.
There is a Jewish school in your neighborhood.
SCHOOLS AFFILIATED WITH B.J.E. SERVICE SCHOOLS OF B.J.E.
2901 West Flagter Street, Miami
Conducted by Rabbi Jonah Caplan
and Cantor Morton Freeman
AND THE CHOIR Of THE
Coral Way Jewish Center
fE NtSff SfBViCf FOR CHIlOREfV AGFS 2 5
FREE JUNIOR SERVICES WILL ALSO BE HELD
FOR RESERVATIONS OR FURTHER INFORMATION
Phone MO 0-25*1
ROSH HASHOHA SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Wednesday and Thursday Evening Sop* 25 and ->k
Thursday and Friday Morning Sep 2o and 27
Friday Evening <-._. t, *no *'
Sept. 27
6 P.M.
8 A.M.
5:45 P.M.
Friday Evening
KOL NIDRE
October 4
5:45 P.M.
Saturday
YOM KIPPUR
October 5
NILAH
SHOFAR
8:00 A.M.
5:00 P.M.
6:25 P.M.
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KNESETH ISRAEL
1415 Fuclid Avenue
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER
620 75th Street
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Avenue
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Jl Washinqton Avenue
Miami and Vicinity
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
BETH EL CONGREGATION
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER
n,m -'I Palermo Avenue
FLAGLERGRANADA JEWISH CENTER
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
-oa^SS I^sh-c^h
IjCjj DiX,e Highway
TEMPLE ISRAEL
TEMPLE ZION
572C) S.W. 17th Street
WORKMANS CIRCLE
Beach
BETH ISRAEL
Prairie & 40th Street
HEBREW ACADEMYAll-day School
918 -6th Street
Miami and Vicinity
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
12250 N.W. 2nd Avenue
CONGREGATION OF MONTICELW
N.W. 164th S'reet & Hth Avenue
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
7S25 Coral Way
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPR'NGS
951 E. 4th Avenue
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
183 N.E. 8th Street
ISRAELITE CENTEB
3198 S.W. 24th Te'-zjen
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER
Univertity of Miami
TEMPLE B'NAT SHOLOM
16830 N.W. 22nd Ayenue
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12500 NX. 8th Avenue
TIFERETH ISRAEL JEWISH CENTW
6500 North Miami Avenue
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
44 Zamora Avenue
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTW
6438 S.W. 8th Street
3rd Avenue
Register Your Child Today
BHPfAFnrrLUr,!.r In,ortnaon. Writ, or Telephone
mifJ^* WW-IIQII K GRfATW WA*
N.W.TlMrd Avenue FRanklin 9-04*9
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BY HENRY LEONARD
jfoK^frWnri.-,. ^
kd now, Father Sullivan, far $10,000 fjhrn
l the recipes for tsmis, kugnl* and potato latkes.
Copr 19S7. Ltofurd Prillkln
Visiting Rabbis See Education Facilities
Visiting the Greater .Miami area
on an educational tour recently
WM Rabhi Krinsky and Rahbj Ixih
Raskin.
The two spiritu.il leaden, 23 and
24 yc, e respectively are
students ..f the renowned bafca-
vitcher Rabhi Menechem M. Sch-
MKMn in New York.
They mtt with officials of lo-
cal religious schools, thay ex-
plained, in order to got a better
understanding of the kind of
training in Hebrew language and
Judaism developing-rnrre. "
Rabbi* Krinsky and Raskin later
l< it Miami for a similar tour ol th^
West Indies. They returned some
ten days later for a final survey
pnir lo returning to New York.
Ono <,f the many institution- un-
der the leadership of the Luba-
vltcher Rabbi in addition to the in-
ternational network ol Yeattvuth
bearing Mis name is the atertuM
] L'Inyonei Chinuch Central Or-
| ganization for Jewish Education.
The tour here of Rabbis Krin-
( sky and Raskin was in behalf of
I this organization. Amonq its
many projects is the publication
-erf's" memthlymag'aiine dedicated
to Jewish educational material.
Now in its 16th year, the publica-
tion appears in a number of lang-
uages, including English and
Yiddish, and will shortly be put
out in Spanish, as well.
Rabbi Raskin, born in Leningrad,
Russia, studied at the Lubavitcrnr
Ye.-hiva in Israel for five years be-
' fore coming to the United S'
four year- ao to attend the cen-
tral branch in New York.
Rabbi Krinsky. a native of I
! ton, Mass.. has been a student at
the central branch Oi I :ite Titcher Yeaartrotb for over ten
Their tour to Miami and the
West Indies was part of a I.n
stinvmrr "vacation project"" natter*
taken by some 100 students of
Rabbi Schneerson to other part- of
the nation.
at' He si.....:. .i violin In th.-
Miami Bi ai h Bj mphoni tte
H ermine; lw
1 i aa nd l.illi.iu. iin .
i.! !.i. Bud bc and Mlltnn; and tour
I end. htldi en Auk. 2",
at Heltman Faaieial rhep^i.
ERNEST TUTEUR
5*. of 1873 Wash d Auk
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v.i- pan owner "f the i......Ion Arm*
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Mi er and
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JBanm-.H'l died last week
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MRS. REGINA FLEECIER
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Bli m ,i id Mi Yi Hi Mnn i b,
Hamuel; i brotnei and .i i
1 il were In Phlladi Iphia,
with la
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MRS. MINNIE HALPER
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Max, i-i.! -.
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and
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among the
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\i .inn Beach.
i CLARA SELTZER
d Auk 1^
was
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liuaband,
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KaMon; bi I a
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&EPTRUDE WARDELL
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da igh-
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FRANK CHOOAK
AARON CIMENT
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Tfilsh SitvI. 01 In. lads
Lena -. Louts, lack. Lece
Morrla; and daughter, Sim Sadie
lixkuvir/ s.i were An| -'-' al
crstde Beiaotl Memorial rhapsi,
with t.uilal In Mt. Slnal Calm
PHILLIP SAVIDUSKV
r.2. ..r :.:-.: riml ,i fled Aug-. 2\
a weU*knowii Miami realtor, h- wai .i
meinbar * lora and Ihi Miami Rika Ixxlse Bw-
\lxlnir htin are his wife, rToreno I
..... lark; .i alatar. Mis Mathan ato-
l",r-k^. and a brother Service! were
Ana 2? .it rjor.liin Funeral II"..". with
and burial In Ma.ll-xii).
WIs
Sor.ARMAN
:. .Ill \v .i
MRS. LENA CLOTT
;*. nf 101 Mth .-i died Aug. TO A
i.-i.i.ni here i*1 rears, sh-- la nurrtved
b) two ilauahtrr-i. Mrs S;';i!i St.....
ii.I Mr* Ruth Tel aer Bi
Aua -' I aide !' ii ii M. in., i.il
rnaprl, with burial In Mt. Nebo l
eti ii
MRS. M.LDREO KRISSEL
7'. ..i 1619 .1. ff. ; .In Am
2a t resident n ear sh.- is
,\. .! h. her h i-ii.inil. Jonepli.
Walti i'. i and ii t Ina
in: and
. trhi '' n hervloi arer<
.t Hi llman Funeral Cl
JOSEPH BERMAN
7|, !U SU J.
ll.-l.- 1" Mill-. 11.'
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Miami I
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BERNARD HURWITZ
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MRS. FANNIE KOFLOWITZ
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with It I '
I illy.
JOSEPH ROBINS
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He wn ;.i.- iii.ii .f the Robin*
Amuasmi ni '"" -' Warn ". i l
It< fret Mason an i a S n Ini He
leaves hi- lf.-. i>.....thy; Htan-
i. v a daughter, Mrs Joan En
and slat< i Barvlcea wi re i" ^ oungs-
towa, 0
ISRAEL L. MILRAD
f.\ of I9S0 Collins av< died Aoi 24.
A lit I red clotblna outter. be waa a I
...hl.iii hers IWe years Shim
h in,I. a brother. Mitrh-H. and a nla-
ter Mrs Kannir Kamhabrr Kervtoea
.,, ... \ la :". ,.i R| rsj le-Beai h Me.
mortal Chapel, with burial In Ml N'l'"
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Rcbbi Leib Raskin (left) and Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky on tour
of educational facilities in Greater Miami area.
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ABRAHAM E. KAHN
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mtant, he waa a n d lent hei
II yea ii. eaves I !!, *: <
on, i i"i ton daughti r', Mr i lb
Cain; and i. Bei v Ices were
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'h ipel, with burial a) Ml Blaad Cent-
MRS. ANNIE KELLER
iv in-) l\ hum ave died Auc.
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... i I.) three da htci Mr
Mi 1.' Llpjnsky. and
I : tdlel ..nl '' -"ii-. I'ail
n.i Ja Bervloes were Aua
. i;iv. bi ii Memoi lal Cha I,
burial In Ml Bin ii i ""
MORTIMER SELIO
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ZOLTAN FEHER
T. "i 113 Mi I. I'M '
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f. r the i..i-i live >eai M
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Mi Uidi '..:i ie anil
Ulan inera House I l
the ii -' '
Available tor Booking
Cantor Morris Weitzman. of 410
Collins ave., is now available for
booking to conduct services or ren-
der the musical portions of the
Bturgy in conjunction with rabbi
and choir at High Holy Day ser-
vices. Cantor Weitzman has sting
at congregations in Memphis,
Tenn ; St. Louis, Mo.; and Fort
Worth, Tex.
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