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

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

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T "(Jewish Floridian
Comhhkt THE JEWISH HUM and* THt JEWISH WEEKLY
Lie 33 Number 28
Miami. Florida. Friday. Jury 10, 1959
Two Sections Price 20*
)ag Submits Report
)n UAR Cairo Talks;
;rael Shuns Comment
JfA-ly Direct Teletype Wire
!RUSALEMIrrael official! disclosed Tuesday they had received
rt from United Nations Secretary General Hammarskjold on bis
Cairo talks on the Suez Canal blockade of Israel shipping.
Prime Minister Ben-Gurien
will, it was understood, submit
the repert te the Cahliwt with
i his ebsarvatiena en it m writing.
Continuing to spurn his four
leftist coalition partners in the
Government, h e indicated h e
would not attend the Cabinet
meeting Sunday, and will have
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol
serve as his deputy at the meet- i
tag.
BETTER THAN ELSEWHERE
is the UN
Failed?
CD NATIONS (JTA)
latest effort by United Na-
Secretary General Dag
larskjold to find a solution
dispute over Israel shipping
Suez Canal appeared this
to be a failure.
days of conversations be
Hammarskjold and officials
United Arab Republic left
IR as determined as ever to
un its blockade of ships un-
te Israel flag or under char-
Israel firms. An informant
I it clear that the UAR would
kange its position.
[was also made clear that
>anioh_ ftajsjhter. _lneo Toft,
r stay In sWenrTon at Port
where it wee halted May
il Mb Israel carpe was un-
it a "prize of war." The
captain has refused te un-
it been reported that Ham-
had proposed that the
oft case be submitted to the | j^tt week by ;hree
American non-Jews on
of a "dispassionate,
Ministers Say
B-G Disclosed
Bonn Contract
rnuMc m mi iackmoww
MCI -A
Avraham Harman has been
given the nod to fill Abba
Eban'e big shoes as Israel's
Ambassador here. He is a
former Consul General in
New York, well known both
at the United Nations and in
Washington.
Kozlov Claims There's No
Anti-Semitism in Russia
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wlr*
JERUSALEMPresident Ben-Zvi continued Tuesday his consulta-
tions with party leaders on the formation of a new government a* the
ministers of Mapam and Achdut Avodah made public copies of letters
they sent to the President in which they disputed David Ben-Gurion's
version of the West German crisis which led to his resignation.
In almost identical letters, the*-------------------------------------- '
NOTfO AAUMKAMS MAftf CHAMf
PAGl t-A
four dissident left-wing ministers I
asserted that Ben Gurion disre-'
garded a unanimous 1954 resolu-
tion of the Knesset, Israel's Par-!
liament, against arming West
Germany.
They also contended in the let-1
I ter against the argument that the
sale of $3 million worth of Israel-
made arms to West Germany was, rjgbt wing Herat and the general
necessary for the security of Is- \ Zionists. He was expected to con-
suit Wednesday with leaders of
the National Religious Party, left
wing groups, the Communists,
arms etresment fellewirtg he
disclosure m a West German
newspaper, and that it was Ben-
Gurien who had insisted en de-
bate in Knasaet which "he new
tetes caused injury te the State
end jeopardized its security."
President Ben-Zvi met Tuesday
afternoon with deputations of the
itional Court of Justice at
[ Continued en Pea* 1A
SAN KRANCISCO-(JTA>-Suwet EJni Deputy Premier Frol,Jtpx-
lov, in a statement made to newspapermen escorting him on his present
visit to the United States, said that synagogues are not forcibly closed
in the Soviet Union, bat avoided answering the charge that Jews in the
USSR were being omitted from the lists of scientists. He went out of his
way to state that Soviet Jews "live a much beter life than do Jews in
Israel." #-------------------------------------
Mr. Kozlov was replying to published by the Congress for Cul-
charges on anti-Jewish discrimi-
nation, in the Soviet Union made
prominent
the basis
well-docu-
mented study" in Soviet Survey,
4.--------------------------------------------------------
reel
The ministers else asserted it
was Ben-Gurion who broupht
about public discussion of the
Progressive Party, and the ultra*
,Orthodox Agudat Israel.
ypt's Inge Toft Fairy Tale
)ys Rotten Egg in Denmark
>ENHAGEN-(JTA)-A re-
[ from Cairo that the Damsfa
er Inge Toft, which has
[detained by the Egyptian au-
since May 21 for carry-
[Israeli cargo, would surren-
cargo to Egypt and re-
[to Haifa was denied in snip-
circles here,
report was published in
*s newspaper Al Ahram, in
as allegedly coming from
HUM K* AtAMCO
n YORK-State Su-
Cewrt Justice Henry Ep-
Tueaday gave the New York
i Commission Against Dis-
lination eg Boars to decide
tier it wasted to withdraw a
dismissing charges by
American Jewish Congress
[the Arabian American Oil Co.
nates against Jewish sp-
its for employment
action came at a hearing
Continued en rage SA
the Copenhagen correspondent of
that paper. It was.established here
that the Cairo newspaper has no
correspondent here, and it is as-
sumed that the report was "man-
ufactured" in Cairo to indicate
that United Nations Secretary Dag
Hammarskiold failed In his talks
with Nasser to permit the passage
of the Inge Toft through the Suez
Canal. Mr. Hammarskjold left
Cairo en Friday by plane for
Switzerland.
(The New York Times Sunday
reported from Cairo that in the
last few days there had been spec-
ulation among diplomats there
that the Inge Test affair might to
decided by letting her return to
Haifa with her cargo in a compro-
mise that would let Israel get her
cargo back, giving Nasser at the
same time the satisfaction of not
permitting the ship to pass the
goes with Israel cargo. However,
it became clear that the Egyptian
authorities are determined to con-
fiscate the cargo under all circum-
stances.)
tural Freedom. The three non-
Jewish personalitiesDr. Donald
Harrington, Dr. John Holmes and
Norman Thomasappealed to Mr.
Kozlov to have the Soviet ban of
Jewish culture lifted and to abol-
ish all other restrictions against
Jews in the Soviet Union. The
statement by Mr. Kozlov replying
to these charges reads:
"These reports en Jews are a
slender en the Soviet Union and
en Mi policies toward Jews. In
like any
nationality, occupy their
ice in society. We hove
ministers and dsauty ministers
who are of Jewish nationality.
We have seme prominent men
of science, including Lenin Prise
winners, who are of Jewish na-
tionality, lame of our ablest ar-
tistically creative people are
Jews.
"As to the accusation regarding
the alights toward the religious
feelings of Jews, that is complete-
ly a fabrication They are com-
pletely free in the practice of their
religion. No synagogues have been
closed in the Soviet Union. These
charges are slander. There are
synagogues in Moscow, Leningrad
aad Kiev, for example.
"I personally know a rabbi in
Leningrad. When I worked there,
he approached me and asked that
the necessary ingredients for mat-
zoa be put on sale there. We did
sell these ingredients and the
Cabinet Discussions Progressing
As Early Elections Considered
JERUSALEM(JTA)President Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Israel Tuesday
started consultations with leaders of the major political parties in the
country regarding the formation of a new government folowing the
resignation of Premier David Ben-Gurion.
The first group of leaders withe--------------------------------------------
whom the President met was a
delegation of Ben-Gurion's Mapai
Party, the largest group in Knes-
set, Israel's Parliament. The Pres-
ident was asked by the delegation
to invite Ben-Gurion to set up a
new Cabinet, as well as to advance
the national elections to Sept. 22
from Nov. 19.
Continued en Page SA
codec-
The Mapai delapaflan told the
President thet Mr. Ben-Gurion
could net continue with the pres-
ent coo titles, because four mem
D#ft #f tse# <#. t#Bff*#f !
P-
vieleted the principle of
live responsibility by
against Israel's arms
West Germany which was
proved by the Cabinet.
The suggestion to advance the
national elections came from the
Mapai Party because there seem-
ed to be no prospect of forming
a new interim government. The
General Zionists and the National
Religious Party, which have been
Continued en Papa 11 A
Germany Eyes Israel Mortars
BONN day it would be interested in buying an Israel-made mortar which tests
have indicated to be superior in lightness of weight, performance and
price.
This was indicated in a statement in which the Defense Ministry
said it was buying mortar shells and not grenade-throwers in the agree-
ment which has brought about a Cabinet crisis in Israel.
The Israel offer te seM 350,000 mortar shells, it was ropartod
sndUarlsna en the world ermamanti merket that the
West German officials said the agreement on the mortar shells was
made through EstabHssements Salgat, a Lkhteastein-based company
which sells Finnish-made mortar shells. Such shells are made, among
other firms, by Soltam, Ltd., of Haifa, which makes them under Finnish
licenses.
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Bureau if Jewish Education Tests Shew
Great hnprovement in Three Subjects
Greater Miami. ^ ^^^ ptmcbn ,0 lbe
More than 5.000 tests were tan- leaeniHg ulated and marked in the three Jewlsh ^hocls 0f Greater Miami,
subjects of 'Customs and Cere
monies." "Jewish History and
Hebrew This year the Bureau
modified its annual test in "CM
toms and Ceremonies" and "His-
tory" and added a new test in
"Customs and Ceremonies for
Schools of Reform Congregations "
The Hebrew tests in grade one and
two were new tests formulated by
the Bureau for this year, and th
standard tests sponsored nationally
by the American Assn. for Jewish
Education were administered in
grades three through five
man. Standing are StwtBrt Bomaid Rej
Shirley Francaa Goldberg, Barbara
Juekowitx. Shairi Fern NadsW laeaane |
Simons. Stephen Louis Fried, Brine Holl
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marks from three to eight points
above those of the past year. In
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marks showed gradual upward
curve, an increase of one to two
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In Hebrew, because of the new
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can be no comparison with pre-j
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The median marks in grades three:
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by Herbert Bargee, assistant di-
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executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
The objectives of the annual test
in? program are to Eather -uf
ficient cases to establish city wide
norms of testing in the three sub-
jects tested so as to establish in
struments of objective educational
measurement in the Jewish schools
to compare these norms with the
preceding years so as to register
the improvement or lack of pro-
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organization. They are (left to right) Julian Burg, of Burg Ad-
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Fielden, Inc., president; David Hume, of Hume-Smith-Mickel-
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Geneva Conference Urges Formation of UN Group
GENEVA(JTA)One important resolution backed by Jewish or-
ganizations was adopted unanimously aad a second resolution sponsored
< by Jewish groups seemed certain of passage with amendments this
| week, as the second United Nations Conference of Non-Governmental
Organizations Interested in the Eradication of Prejudice and Discrim
I inatiou continued its week-long series of meetings here.
The approved resolution calls
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cere free to celebrate the
in the traditional way.
many friends with whom
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of Jewish nationality. The
i true of the other members
[Government. It should suf-1 the way,
note that the wife of (Mar- \ tnejr own
Jraent Y.) Voroshilov (titu-
ti of state), who unfortu-
lied recently, was Jewish.
of the member of the
im of the Supreme Soviet
A.) Andreyev is also
God give it that the Jews m any
other country should enjoy the
same life as they do in the Soviet
Union. At the least they live a
much better life in the Soviet
Union than they do in Israel. By
there were Jews who at
request left the Soviet
Union for israet. men many of
them wrote letters to the Soviet
Union saying they were having a
bad time and wanted to come
back."
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upon the United Nations Educa-
tional, Scientific and Cultural Or-
ganisation to establish a world
documentation center, with the
tasks of coordinating and dissem-
inating materials for combatting
discrimination and organizing pe-
riodical meetings of specialists in
this field.
Among the co-sponsors of this
resolution was the Consultative
Council of Jewish Organizations,
composed of the American Jew-
ish Committee, the Anglo-Jewish
Assn., and Alliance Israelite Unl-
verselle. The second resolution
cll$ for the creation of a semi-
permanent committee of organi-
zations interested in fighting dis-
crimination, and for intensifica-
tion of action against prejudice
and discrimination in the field
of human rights.
Dr. Gerhard Riegner, coordinat-
ing director of the World Jewish
Congress, defended the plan for
creation of that semi-permanent
committee at the plenum this
week. Co-sponsoring that plan is
the Coordinating Board of Jewish
Organizations, which represents
B'nai B'rith, the Board of Depu-
ties of British Jews and the South
African Board of Jewish Deputies.
Dr. Maurice Perlzweig, repre-
senting the World Jewish Con-
gress, urged implementation of
Did Trip Fail?
Continued from Pae* 1A
The Hague, but apparently Mah-
moud Fawzi. the UAR Foreign
Minister, had rejected the propo-
sal.
The UN official also met with
Abdel Khalek Hassouna, secretary
general of the Arab League, and
Ahmed Shukairy. Saudi Arabian
delegate to the United Nations.
Both reportedly expressed opposi-
tion against the UN official's re-
cent proposal that Palestinian
Arab refugees be settled in the
countries now harboring them.
UN Charter provisions which
would permit non-governmental
organizations to complain directly
to the United Nations about in-
stances of discrimination and
prejudice
The International Labor Organi-
zation reported to the conference
that, thus far, Israel is the only
member of the United Nations
that has ratified a 1858 convention
banning discrimination in employ-
ment. Delegates paid tribute to Is*
rael for this step.
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in
Soul-Searching Ministers
The four dissenting ministers oi the Mcpam
OBkd Achiut Avodah ponies who voted to bring
cr- Israel's coalition government will have
much soul-searching to do for c ionc zme to
ccrze.
Their insistence that e West German
-s stool bad been kept secret was last week
s.-.rwr :z be inaccurate whe- ?nme
bea-Gar.oz published the minutes of a Cabinet
rze-ermg December. 1958 during which he re-
tjajsjalM and received permission to nego:.; to
i- sole
The-- tpsj resolve :h;: \-.e govemmer.:
szczld :z_ because z: me r-ezaval af _.e
cemor.es iesa m_l_oz "ews slaughtered
cv me Nazis :c -ally :;l-. horn a :_-
rezzy realize pom: ;: -.ew ~ wj.j. respect
:: ue z: ar.ry rp-zjza zc me Israel pecz-e "aza
- elerrez represezzrrves.
- oc eadj to assess zen-
err.. :ee_zas rrr m_s zrac "A'e are rerta.a
:za: us: a:- |n. Israel and
tzrrugzou: :ze wrc.; saMtosja to zzr me
land c: sers:zr.ry :awar; Z rzv mat w"
r:- z* e:;se; arm mez ilMw -rnsciene*
-- -' -- e--- -5'=s -= ?r_-e
------*-er oer.-j_-.ra was r_a.--_r.r_aa w.thm the
totoBHts :: .-_= per^zie w.iea ae ::-.- --
-"- ^rrr.s dea. and tha: whatever z:ev~*'"*---
seatimen; ay be. the aver-ae.m.na tcrre c*
-r.e.aaer.re tips the balar.c. zv. --.-'--"- --e
~-i.s the Mapam and Acaa.: Avoaan'__"!-
ten pre. .piloted last week.
A report from Bonn several davs aao
"w""-: =oafinn8 the earlier imderstandma
the .es: German Defense Mimstrv asked
-.-.-e.r.r: :. maKe the arms deal pubhe. Ttiis
--.:__= oe ceariy understood and it bears re
peatog Mr 3e.-.Gur.on's coalition wea-con-
- : = -.aa:ec permiss.on for conclusion
'_- -e -^--actual arranaerr.er.-js. Bonn's re
-.-est for secrecy was z>ase. on the fear that
.6-------a won me Arab governments miqht
- -r^r-^? B> a-srarbed.
N: rr.ary _- Z^^ b:s __ j
ucsfe under to Arab totoi c: t*
111 "?5! Germany in -a::er of eco-
;;--.-** -:- Israel This a aodiina else
1-------rave o--t-&- ._.. .... 3 .
-resaae ara:, .., rc-untryrnea
-:; ^:.:;_;_ -e x-; **! n ion _
-"'.......e-: certain.-.- demonstrate -
P|h ::e behmr r.atev- ~".
=?s arncr.
I eould ntt- hafe ^->P^> .part. Heart. mu ^ 3
mv duty a5 a journals dI ld Ibnlto.toH.'J^
m uui; / ----------
not paid a visit to the leaders of
the most important reujious mi-
nority groups in Egypt
My experience has taught me
that the condition of religious
minorities is the best yardstick
by which to measure the degree
of freedom and democracy in
each country. To reach them was Amou-
an easy venture. I just went to '
the Government Information Of-
f.ce and >aid that I wanted to
meet the religious leaders. This
ea~ily arranged.
The Apostolic Internuncio. Mon-
>r Oddi. i considered one of
the sharped and better-informed
rven of the situation in
Ezypt and in the entire Middle
E_>:
tar. faith i| c*l ^
Let us bope
will become _
shall always be Jewish ceamT
ties in Egypt
**t everyud
lu>. Hj
14Ms) JEWS
GETTING READY fO* SUMMZR CAMP
Supreme Court Ultimatum
The New York State Supreme Court
i>e congrarulated for the ultimatum | oresen-ed
the states rnill Tlllluii Agatasl Discrimination
trus wee*: wim respect to negating a recent
cec_.cr. zy commission cholnan Elmer A
r,'-"1-: *?~ eE'jUed !0 ca emptioa
horn the states :aa saarpfeyiMaa law.
... CnssHMM........_------------- "~ :
The Advantage of Freedom
Premie- "-' n rZ.- 3 ~ie F-St Deputv
Tee Deputy Premier was auoted tr~~
statement ~zde to Sm- Fr^ ^OIea from a
-en, in whi- IfSw Fra"CiSC0 newspaper-
S* Go^^ve^^t^?^ l bo^i-
---^en^ o^
to BBS Soviet IlnWvn al ^^ *Je ^ ^v do
=u=h ^umTtheW1^ *? ^
-- m IsraeL ^we* Ua"* *= they
Hussions boastful enrrn* ^ he to ^
berKlurions resicrnaW^ J^"* Mifi-
^eooaacy broughWS nf^ ,=ple o,
-ent possible K hc^e ad-ust-
to upse: me ru._-."- -------...
New V n the
ha. Sato.
es.a_-ez.;
lustre Her-.- ~------ .
::a:rz^.:,:C:::-;:.:-
WW* tm dec_:oz rrV^.;^^'
^^.artiew...
- -^ MCMd cr.e
^jfgiBal Carter ctocaio- ruled '-
e*e.c_e
CATHOLIC NUMBERS
He welcomed me in his large.
upll furnished residence At ftrst
:. and from his very first
It, he -truck me as being not
only a relicious leader, but also
a man deeply interested and in-
<- soc:. of this troubled
w orld.
There are approximately 200,
000 Catholics in Egypt today.
Their number has remained un-
changed during the past years.
athoiics their problem is to
hold their acquired position They
do not even consider, under the
present circumstances, the po*si-
of performing an active
work of apostolate.
Of all the religious leader- I
ha\e met in Cairo. Monsignor
Oddi appeared to me as the one
outspokenly aware of .he
political isauea olaaaly connected
with the life of religious minon-
' Efypi and the only one
willing to discus them
I asked Monsignor Oddi about
his op:ni,.n n th- problem of
Arabl-ra.: r.lations and on the
UU Of lac Holy Places.
He is frankly pessimistic about
both issaei He believes that Is-
rael i, far raore mIcrestw, m
hurryinc toward a solution thai
*rahv who prefer a dilatory
attitude^ hoping to gam more
'h with time.
- the Apostolic Internuncios
opinion Uut both the Arab-Israel
aust att
be ore f.nding a solution.
voune. wrldiv i,.
I bhnd. fra.1
shock. "uin
was w
-cams:
its r
co
-r-as: ews as c baxir r^Z T ;
lore^pohzy. 7&+L**
Proved viokn.oz z: te avTSLP!?* *
Amencans because -eW? ^ "* W 10B*
Jtermsofmeoa, ^ ~*y.
democratic atrucrure me cX>- natk)c s
must ^^coely be serkde"""**01' de:
^S^^-^^eforon^
and mdusnally but her7^' "echnologicc_ly
^i^ f the l^ZrT C^ n
d m a secret ballot ^ *rr"~
E0VPTS CH.EF RABBI
mm*
concern i..* '* 0,ll>, >> that
From other reliable >
both in Cairo and in Alexa*
I have heard more aboa;
Jewish population of Egypt
The Egyptian Administraal
issues official statistics
every ten years. The last statM
cal data were published ia |
Yet, it was announced that |
next ones will be only in 19a)
In 1947 there were tt.500 j
in Egypt. The largest comas]
ties were those ia Cairo
Alexandria. Bat aeveral thoaaafl
Jews lived and prosperci
smaller towns and villages.
In spite of the lack of upm>a]
statistics. It to estimated
there are 13 to 14 thousand
living in Egypt today
There are only t
nities left: Cairo and Alex
All smaller rnsanHitj haw
anguished theiaahaa
Once established, the t
clearly poiated out by Rabbi
houm. that no religious or
anii-Seeastisaa exists in
there is asset her toad of _
nation that hat to be consi
the social aad economic
It must be made perfectly
that this last ktod ef disc
tion does net apply only to
it is the practical, foresees
sequence oi the strict a
tion of the nationalization
which have (track all m
groups alike. Italians as sal
Greeks. Jews as wail as Copts.

LOST THflft
According to these laws, is dl
commercial, industrial and apjfl
cultural firms, no matter wtoj
their owner is. SB percent of tow
workers must ha Egyptians Itoj
Moslems!, as well as 75 penal
"' the faipisfsta aad 55 percssj
of the capital.
The result is that appr \tassi]
>> BO percent of the Jew -at
as of the other masonty sraajM
this point must be cleari> esta>
hsbedi have lost their jobs
The young oaes are forced *fl
emigrate, because of lack of a>
porturuties. Issuing the old
behind to live on savings
subsidies. This fact brings wi
mar paralysis she life of schafj
and welfare instltatistit
The Jewish Hospital uas sat
o the Army in 19SC The sum aV
tamed had IB be mvested
Ksyptiaa GoverauDcnt Binds dl
a three aad asaaamarter percedl
interest, whsch JS. used as satl
fund and for Itohsidie- to tstl
n*dy. whk-h have been cut dl
to case Egvpuaa JBMad (abostS)
P*r month for each assisted a*
exnres-
ore the ad\
ment possible
* Cobme, meters were ob^ to lore.
Peumg heedcan. Le- rw.\ ad*cataces
tor socrpasg a. **Kn "^ul raspoaarbie
-ussing onV~i ""'
raS. they an*"! reUgK>US
concern him.
H tells me Tin
Egypt t.vfa?CS ,Er:Z\n,on
%~, vom^pVt1::^ on
\w rVradaat nJT 'd New
Synagogue
*hen the head
ce
Rabbi i$
"SB sends an
"" to ,"
I have also interviewrd Dr 1
Ibrahim Said, ptwaatent of *
Pr*trat Ceuacil of Egypt *
ell u the Ceptie Patrian*
There are IsBJB* lratestanU
d,v u Egypt. I gassed the m-
P****** that Dr. Said aas
rther task aawat the past tatf
about the pmsj He said u*
no Moslem has became a Csra-
*to in tha paaf SB years i w*
> the fact that Maasem chiafcai
attend prtssaty aad secoasstT
choolsad aa Aarancar cata!
to *, ail run by Pr-tesuao-
an isssi ay rrow



juir jo. is*
Nli'-^fe.Ultimtum on State Aramco Decision
Icm*W* 11A I A. Carter that ABAMro ^T^ 1^*WfWW
UtheAJc^to.^L^r.rj:i^oirr p *" ** -Bfl** *-r an**-*,!^^aW-Jt**,*
Pbge 5A
_ii'r.
iia -i->*t
that if SCAD wllfcdiaw its ruMn#
e* Nevitlbei Is inntini
ARAMCO n iwpNspy Mm
AJC ml
e^jskflbtfer Carter ef SCAD in
----------,------- II--------- -
ruling maintained that the re-
quirements of American foreign
policy made it necessary to grant
ARAMCO a "boas fide occupa-
tional qualification" excmptisr.
DADE FEDERAL
Statement of Condition
Cash on Hand and in Banks......,..........$ 6,636,885.28
United States Government Bonds........... 13,350,000.00 $ 19,986,885.28
First Mortgage Loans............................................ 106,665,892.18
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock............................... 1,800,000.00
Loans on Savings Accounts..................................... 470,908.36
Buildings, Land and Equipment Net......................... 3,795,695.22
Deferred Charges and" Other Assets............................ 875,246.85
Total Assets...............................$133,594,627.89
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts.................................................$ 118,772,879.14
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank.
Loans in Process.......................e......
Borrowers' Escrow Funds....................
Other Liabilities.............................
Deferred Income..............................
Surplus and Reserves.........................
Total Liabilities and
3,000,000.00
1,058,742.72
280,793.57
533,343.42
197.629.41
9,751,239.63
9133,594,627.89
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*J^istfhfkMar
Left-Wingers Force B-G Resignation
JERUSALEM--PranK.r David Ben-Gurion Sunday snnoun- *J*~* t^*""
ced his resignation following the refusal of the four left wing member. "" ^
of his Cabinet to leave their post* of their own will. He submitted the Tne ams deal with West
resignauon officially to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi at about midnight many uhich precip
immediately after the President's return to his residence from Holon Cabinet
where he was guest of the Karaite community.
The four dissident ministers, in----------------
whose re>ignation Premier Ben- tti,,cn nat n
the
crisis, was. meanwhile
Sunday to the public in
what was widely considered the
broadside in the campaign
nal elec-
iride rallies were
helri Sunday at which the debater*
eats in Parliament.
Gunon insisted, are the represen- and ^^i their support fur the
tatives of the Mapam and Achdut fonriatl0r, 0f a Minuritv Govern-
Avodah parties who voted in Par- menr ,0 ^ C(,mpo,ed of rrtembers M d argu.
- who u
{hi ving Hem*,
and rial heligious Part*.
It l- understood that the leaders which both opr~'-- the agreement,
of the National Relicious Party, remained on th.' sideline*
which is composed of the Mizrachi Some 500 Communist- staged a
and Hapocl Hamizrachi. countered noisy demonstration against the
with a proposal for setting up a pact in Tel Aviv. Another |
i "National Government" to be jras tased b> former oar
beaded by Moshe Shapiro, leader who fought the Nazis undergrourd
of their party and former Mini-- m lanou- countries. Tempers ran
ter for Social Welfare and Relig- hi?h and police were posted at
ious Affair- Mr. Shapiro is at both demonstrations,
present on a visit in the United jjunng u,e weekend, leaders of
States The leaders of the National Ben-Gunun\ Mapai Partv met
Religious Party indicated that wMh ,he Pnmet-S participation.
they have received support rom to dl>cuss lhe poSSlbl]jtv of arrang.
other nautical parties in J&rael for ing thf DatioM, elections earlK,r
with West Germany wh.ch Ben- ,he partv without
Gunon defended. The Premier ,hc ieft.ing parties,till after the
considered their action a breach nauonal ek:c[K
of the Cabinet s collective respon-
sible
At Sunday's last meeting of
the coalition Cabinet Premier
Ben-Gurion refusad to serve as
chairman as long as the left- .
wing members were participat-
ing. The four rebel ministers,
however, refused to resign, in-
sisting that the entire Cabinet
most resign. Ben-Gurion, who
received progress reports on the
Cabinet deliberations in an ad-
jacent room, then sent notice
that he would wait until eve-
ning, and in the event the four
ministers still had not resigned,
he would announce the dissolu-
tion of his Government.
Before the fall of the Cabinet.
Ben-Gurion received leaders of
the National Religious' Partv,
their propo-al.
One of the last acts of the Cab-
inet at its meeting Sunday was
to vote that in the future ell
arms deals must be brought be-
fore a Ministerial Committee for
Security and Foreign Affairs
than November, as scheduled. This
would have spared the caretaker
government from carrying the
. burden of the state till after No-
vember. However, it was pointed
out that any predating of the
elections would require the ap-
proval of the Parliament. The Ma
, pai Party leaders also discus-ed
the formation of a "Minority Cab-
inet' including non-party person-
alities taking the portfolios held
hitherto by the four left-wing rebel
members.
Ye Noshery Open
After Renovation
Ye Noshery. Miami Heach snack
hideaway in the Saxony hotel, i-(
I now open after a renovation pro-
grant.
The new menu will include the'
special $1.99 dinner formerly so
Popular, and in addition will" fea-'
ture many new selections.
Also included on the new Nosh-
ery menu are the Saxony snack
favorites, Viennese apple pan-
cakes, pizarette on toasted bagel
welsh rarebit, waffles a la mode'
cakes* d0"ar blueberry Pan-
Arthur Te.chner. food and bev-
YpagLd KeCtr h,f annou"ved that
frlh Shei* *l" W the
frothy sundaes and sodas that
have made it famous
Liz^rerS' f YC *"*" "
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PagssVA
Wok iV/W to we tomcbour
vernaiem institutions in the 5o*i taw. *-
somctbins aboat the painful effect of these fact*________________
Re three were Dr Dooald Har
ring-on of the New York Commun- should the Jews wast to etteyj
ity Church: Dr John Ha.ynes ^ foremost posrtios* u
public now it wouW-aatirauA-
be taken amis* by the ndiiiMU
i; es. Minuter Ementus of the
church: and Norman TbM
pror inent American Socialist inhabitants'.'
leac.r. In a letter made public in
the New York Time*, the three ^ aplomatie wni
American non Jewish personabue, ^^ j^,,.
ed that the, "fed Justified ^ ^ m ^ annv
in pc-inting out to Mr Kozlov tne .
v. ell-documeated record of anti
Jews hare virtually disappear
Tiination in the I'SSK
v i profoundly troubles Amer-
peace with justice.
n e-jr criticism," they em-
phasized in their appeal to Mr.
Kc-.iov. "we do not refer o the
'biack years' of militant anti-
Semitism. 1944-53, or to the
'm*w,' 19S*56 named for Ehren-
bc-g's novel of that title. We
re+*r to the present apparent re-
treat toward a less cruel and
mo-e subtle form of antt-Semit-
isr* than m the Ciar's time or
St; m't but on* seriously in-
jurious to human rights. This has
been tho subject of a dispassion-
ate well-documented study in
Sc et Survey (August, 1957 ,
putlished by the Congress for
C rural Freedom. That study
ha; been brought up to date by
American students of the situ-
ation. We cannot give the evi-
dence in detail. We can turn-
mr-rre it thus:
"As official delegation of the
Brit sh Communist party, on its
retLjn from the Soviet Union, re
A M I'm 12 1957. that many
Soviet intellectuals must them
selves be puzzled and confused,
and .ndeed ashamed of it (the sup-
pression of Jewish culture), seems
chut from a uniform attitude
adored everywhere, when this
this- question was raised.' The sit-
ua*>cn. the report stated, reveals |
'a certain measure of indifference
Id riman values, which does vio-
lence to those of us brought up in
bouTfeois capitalist society who
have givei our suport to the Soeial-
ist 'iuse.'
"Icooo.-nic discrimination against
Jew. ha* long been implicitly coo-
ced*d by Mr. Khrushchev. In a|
IBM dag with French Socialist dele-
|Stei oi May 12, 1966. he said.
30 loots Ago This Wee.
Be.grade: A. Goulubic. an attor-
ney if Brad. Yugoslavia, was sen-
tent -rd this week to eight days in
jail after a trial in which the Brod
Jewish community was plaintiff.
The community formally charged
Coujbic with defaming a legally
teccgnized religion. The attorney
had published an article asserting
that the Talmud expressly "per-
mits Jews to swindle and abuse
non-'ews in their dealings with
therr."
There are. today, only three Jew*
left in both houres of the Supreme
Soviet, a mere 25 percent com
pared with 4.10 percent in 1937
Yet Jews constitute today about
1 4 percent of the population of the
Soviet Union Jews find it tx
tremely difficult to be received in
the institutions of higher learning.
except in the faculties of the hu
manities.
"The Jews are the only relig-
ious group in the USSR not per-
mitted to have a central religious
Arthur Teichner has been
named food and beveraqe
duector of the Saxony hotel,
le-hner has been in the ca-
lermg business for 25 years.
"?,, ** formerly associated
With the DiLido, Singapore
and Goiden Gate hotels
m prwor '....,
riven "^*r,,|r
jjT-tUII- ?*** *-
U^ beer, fMMfcl "*2?
c^^Sonrly tf*g*i ? JT*7
^mm4 individMOr. *" cattiga-
nan Under meso circumstance*
the designat*" '*** SaSLZ
ity' on ?dentrfy papers of Sovet
jew, .s not a pnvdoge, bw|< *
singling out of one group for dis-
crimination.
The documents on hich this
nummary i* ba .hat the attempt to deny Jews the
. of other recognized national t
groups is not due to their absorp-
tion into the various other national
groups in the Soviet Union Yet
whereas as late as 1955 an official
tabulation h among the scientific workers, th-
very recent publication Th<
Achievements of the Soviet Re
gime' finds no place at all for clas \
sifying Jews.
Sorely we are not to believe
that Jews have left the scientific
field or have been liquidated' Our i
Leo Robinson. Miami commual leader and a me_
Yeshiva University s President's Council, is pictured with
William Proxmire at the university's recent cornmenc
dinner in New York's Savoy-Hilton hottJ. David Gol_
also a member of the President's Council of Yeshiva Oj
sity. looks on at right. The dinner was held in honor
university's 17 schools and divisions.
distinguished visiter. Mr Kozlov
must certainly recognize the pain
(ul effect of these facts."
pesl to Mr. Koslov concluded.
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HCT8?
July W.1S59
Beachlte Offers Refugee Solution
WhHe House Meeting
Pogn 9-A
^puty Under Secretary of State
Henderson last .week ex
ksed the thanks of President
rnhower "at well ai my own
reciatlon" for the participation
Miami Beach man in a White
l lerence held in Washington
feral weeks ago.
a letter to Leon Ell, Hender-
declared that "Since the De-
tment is anxious to benefit
mtiniie UNRWA,
ig Plan Says
HTED NATIONS-(JTA) A
to continue United Nations re-
j to the Arab refugees but, at
(same time, to work toward
kraling them in the broad
|omy of the Middle East re-
at costs that will run to be-
in $1V4 and $2 billion between
year and IMS, was proposed
last weekend by Secretary
feral Dag Hammarskjold.
kmmarskjold filed his report
consideration by the next ses-
of the General Assembly,
will convene in September.
last session of the Assembly
iicted him to prepare a report
Relief activities among Arab
lees in view of the fact that
nandate of the United Nations
fet and Works Agency for Arab
lgees expires June 80, 1900.
NRWAi Activities. Mr. Hem-'
ioM recemfwattsled in Ms
. vRsVUM c*wit%u#o poncl-
n rcrfls) Ay ration # Hlsj) r#fu-
into the economic life of the
act, eMier by repatriation
[by resettlement." Me pre-
e division et function* be-
bv and the "host"
*fysn. Jordan,
an. The letter
en>
Uttft WA. hswsvsr. is to
relief, rshabhwollae end
iW luppsrttnsj.
step Hammarskjold suggest
UNRWA is that it'weed ant
tlief rolls to eliminate the
atly registered and un-
red dead." At the seme time,
fver, he recommended that
en and others eligible for re-
be placed on the rolls a!
IWA.
[ viewing the future of the refu-
Hammarskjold recommended
Assembly that the unemploy-
efugee population be consid-
"an asset for the future,"
tr than as a liability. If such
Attitude is taken, the UN chief
"the refastegration of the
population into the produc-
[life of the area" is a possiMl-
He said that there are 'eco-
reasens" for hoping that
| reiategratioo into the region's
my is feasible, regardless of
they are to be integrated.
Immarskjold did not indicate
[nature of the projects to be
^loped with the large sums of
ey needed by 1985, nor where
projects are to be establish-
But statistical tables backing
proposals indicated clearly
it would be much cheaper to
rate the refugees in the Arab
lines than in Israel.
fab Smr Paris Umab
kRIS (JTA) Anti-Semitic
ils have disfigured a French
institution for the fifth
in the past few weeks, Jew-
I leaders reported this week.
[latest target was a synagogue
Ih was splashed with red ink.
lack car reared up, and the
Us threw the bottles of ink
e synagogue.
uce admitted that they had
'idence on this attack or on
earlier ones, and the culprits
Putknowa. Jewish leaders have
French authorities, who
expressed their regret and
increased pallet pretaeUen
ch buildings as the Tomb of
from your suggestions, I hope that
yen wlU aead them to us at sn
early date."
II. loot back from the ne-
Wen's capital. toM the Under
secretory in his reply that "no
plan for olvHon of the refu-
gee problem can be evolved that
will he aN embrecint and work
iustly for aU concerned."
Referring to the Middle East,
Ell observed that no peace will
evolve there "until the problem of
displaced persons is solved." With
respect to the argument that Israel-
take beck asset of the Arab refu-
gees, Ell said "it would be asking
them to commit national suicide."
Aa an alternative, he presented
these proposals:
A large percentage of Arabs
living in Palestine prior to 1948
migrated from other Middle and
Near Eastern states to Palestine
attracted by better working con-
ditions created by Jewish settle-
ment, pursuant to the Balfour Dec-
laration. Those should be repatri-
ated to the countries of their ori-
gin, of course, with the financial
help of Israel and the United Na-
tions.
The UnRed States and other
Western powers who re deeply
interested' in solving the problem
should take s large number of dis-
placed Arabs under the age of 23
who could easily be absorbed and
become an asset to the economies
of the intaking countries.
Hrael should take back all na-
tive-horn Palestinians ever the
ego of 50. It is evident that such
segment of displaced persons
wowM be a trmmt economic lia-
bility to the intaking countries,
but in this case should be assum-
ed by Israel.
The resettlement of the bal-
ance of the refugees (other than
non-born Palestinians), be treated
as an exchange of population by
replacing Arabs numerically for
the Jewish population who were
forced to leave the various Near
and Middle Eastern countries since
194g. Such exchange of population
has precedence, viz., India, Pakis-
tan, Greece and Armenia, and
could be treated in the same
manner even though the exchange
was not made simultaneous.
Ell, who is a member of the
United States Committee for Refu-
gees, last year represented the
government at an international
meeting on refugees held ia Ge-
neva, Switzerland. His participa-
tion in the White House confer-
ence several weeks ago was on in-
vitation from President Eisen-
hower.

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As f Jut* 30, m
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Cosh en Haas) and ia tasks ... .$ 2.170,172.21
U.S. Government lends...... 2300,000.00
rtrst Mortgage Leeas........ 17,771,414.01
Laans en Sovines Accounts ... 132.002.71
Federal Home Loin
Bank Stock............, 2S0.000.00
Offices, Land, luMdina.
and Eoaipment (Net) .... 774,051.14
Deferred Charges and
Other Assets............ 2,217.40
Soviets Aeseents ............$l,.024.,lS.I7
Advances from Federal
Home Load lank ...... 1,710,000.00
Loom ia Precast............ 1,3IB.I34.lt
Other Liabilities............. SIS.1I4.M
weacral Reserves and Surplus .. 1.402,247.04
TOTAL ASSETS........$24,017,135.44
TOTAL LIABILITIES ... .$24,007,138.44

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[Hey Rubinowitz, representing Miami Beach Elks Lodge
61. presents medals to Miriam Weiss and Ronald Kate, sixth
bde students of the Hebrew Academy, for winning the
tge's recent Essay contest on "What Democracy Means to
Shun Jewish Issue, 'S. Africans Plead
JOM#*BSBLR South African Jewish Board of able introduction of the Jewish | included Jews as well as Afri-
Depaties reiterated this week its I angle into a Parliamentary de- kaaners.
j call upon Parliament, all political bate, and appealing to all parties J. F. Schoenbee, the other, com-
P*rt*c*',*nd tn* press to keep the to keep "the Jew' out of politics, plained that Opposition newspa-
'unjustrftable in'.reduetlon of the That appeal is addressed equally! pers had taken his references te
Jewish angle" out of South Afri- I to Jews, of whatever party affllia-; Jewish farmers and to the race of
(ca's poMtical affairs. tion, who tried to drag tho Jewish 'the two United Party members out
At the monthly meeting of the I COIB-mim'ty into the political of context although, he said, it was
Board. Oustav Ssron. general sec-',rena" <**" from the rest of his spec-cti
retary, reviewed the situation ere N. Phihpt> the Board.s cha,r., Jh notlung ant.-Jew.sh was in,
ated in Parliament a month ago, man stressed at the meeting the ____________
when members of the dominant pniwIple that Jewish members of- ,"-.
Nationals Party attacked some Parliament represent constituen- TOtl-ZVI GrCe+S
of the Jewish members of Parlia- nes -,nd not the Jewish commu- ra^*,v' W1 *
ment for protesting against the nity." These members, he de- fl C AasWAa-njeat^t**.-
use of impressed labor. Earlier it clared -have fl,n nght to express *r.e>. AlftDOSSOOOr
had been revealed that arrested their views without being inhibi
I natives had been impressed into ted by the tact that thv arc Jew,."
farm work, awl-some of the farm-. Ur p^,,,^ ou( th,t South AMciiJi
ers concerned were Jews. All but jPWS participate in politics "as
one of the Jewish farmers, how-1 citizens, in accordance with their
ever, *ad released their impressed ; ^sonal oeaetMioos, and not as
abinet Talks Progressing;
arly Elections Suggested
Continued from Paga 1 A
on Sabbaths and holidays since
the date the arms agreement was
negotiated with the Bonn Federal
laborers.
Ths Board's first $ttemnt on
me hs*ue had boon itsuod aftor
the attacks in Parliament, where
me political Isadora said that
JewHh members should bo "me
last" to discuss the issue of im-
pressed labor. Later, Nationalist
members of Parliament explain-
ed they did not moan to voice
anti-Semitic attacks.
Jews."
Two Nationalist members of
Parliament teak tho floor of tho
House in Capetown mis week to
deny mat they had any anti-
Semitic intent in remarks direct-
ed at two Jewish members of mo
United Party during a heated
debate on tho impressment of
natives under arrest for farm
I
JERUSALEMOgden R.
Reid, United States Ambassador
to Israel, presented his creden-
tials lasTweek to President Itrtak
Ben-Zvi at a formal ceremony at
which the national anthems of
both countries were played by a
military band. Prior to the cere-
mony, the envoy reviewed an Is-
1 raeli armored unit.
In an informal conversation aft-
er the ceremonies, conducted part-
ly in Hebrew, Mr. Reid recalled to
President Ben-Zvi that he had met
the late President and Mrs. Cliaim
Weizmann as far back as 1947. He
said that in his few days in Israel
pled out on this subject, did
inclined to give Mr. Ben- r
support for a caretaker ."?""":,*?/!teB?l_,on,S J!?S?
|n ist ration.
Progressive Party indicated
{it would agree to the advance-
of the elections. Other par
[were still hesitant, since they
so keen on holding elections
fe Rosh Hasbona which starts
m. X
[the feverish Inter-party talks
were going on, the General
|sts and the National Relig-
Party were asked to give a
ive snppbrt to a "Minority
nef*~loT>e composed of rep-
It stives of the Mapai and Pro-
ive Parties. Mapai's 40 Knes-
Jcputies, plus five Arab depu-
affiliatcd with Mapai and five
ressive Party deputies, would
|de a caretaker coalition of SO
Knesset's 120 deputies.
arrangement would b e
able, however, on the premise
either the General Zionists
{he religious party deputies
abstain from opposition.
[General Zionists, who sup-
Ben-Gurion on the arms
[on grounds of national secur-
fwere nevertheless unwilling
any political move which
It prejudice the party in the
bmber elections. The Relig-
f Party members were equally
tani to giving assurances they
not embarrass the Prime
ster because they still felt a
hurt" in the controversy on
tissue "Who, is a Jew" which
[he party to quit the coalition.
situation summed up a
sta lorn to, since tho pros-
Cabinet continues in office,
r law, until a now OVororn-
is formed and obtains a
of confidence in Knossot.
there la no chance of a
formation and because Non-
ion remains adamant In his
to sit with the four dtsai-
loft-wing Ministers in Cab-
moorings, the Mapai soaks
ining the embarrassing situ-
of a Cabinet problem In
ch the Prime Minister ro-
te attend moorings. In the
s deputy, presumably
the practice to the Israel Ministry
of Labor brought the reply that
the Sabbath operations were nec-
essary for security reasons.
Provisional statistics issued here
"We1-are not entering the po-
litical field," Mr. Saron said, "or
criticising a particular party. We
he had been impressed with its
One of the two, II K Martins, accomplishments in many fields,
apologized to Dr. Boris Wilson for He concluded by stating in Hebrew
having alleged that he had chang- that he and his wife eagerly looked
ed bis name from Woolfson. He forward to the opportunity to learn
of this''year compared'with $11 coupled his apology with a long to know the people of Israel
million for sll of 1958. The'Bonn explanation of why he had raised The President replied with ex-
Government is now Israel's third the issue in the first place. Dr. < pressions of recognition and grati-
Tuesday indicated that Israel ex-[best customer, importing citrus,' Wilson, he said, had cited a list of tude for the "generous and his*
ports to West Germany totalled 'jams, Joiees, preserves, chocolates, names of farmers involved in court toric support" of the Americaa
*9 million for the first six months eggs* and etfter exports. proceedings and Mr. Martins had people to the people of Israel. .
statement of Condition
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b.tw..n City Hall and tho
Poit Offico
at Cabinet mest-
tiie aaidst of Ike itlTirty
on the Isristien ef new
the National ftelig-
rgan. tiatsefeh. wteh the ami
that the as ma nil was
the Sabbath thretudi the
deal with Germany by keep-
en flatdsys in the
the arms.
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JUNE 30. rt59
Cosh on hand and In banks.......... $1.375.613.81
U.S. Government Securities ..,.......6.525.862.4 4
U.S. Government Agency Securities .. 1.700,000:00
Total Cash and U.S. Govt. Securities ..
First Mortgage Loans................
Real Estate Owned ....,.....-,........
Other Loans ........,............,...
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock......
Land, Building Improvement* and
Equipment Net...............
Deterred Charges and Other Assets ...
Total Assets ?....-..............
$ .601.476.25
33.810.029.69
19.135.15
72.600.72
445.000.00
S70.281.32
181.020.31
$44,006,543.44
1171 MERIDIAN AVENUE
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rJLiabilities and fVi
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Savings Accounts............. ...
Iioans in Process mm*-:,
Other Lhrbiltttee.....................
Surplus end Ilisirvis ......-.-....*..
Total Liabilities and
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Rabbinical Council to
1961 Corf* in iiifc
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-Then i> no ***iui ^crimna-
hk. Meir Bea C*4tf ***
^ o.hly ^^ **
Mill ISAAC ll
aE- a =~*=K5 Rabbj Lerer Leaves
Monticello Pulpit
ttire and reis'.ed aahje
15 Ol t"c K"r" --------
v Rabbi Charles Weinberg first
vice president He said that grad-
mates of American rabbmica.
Sar,t :nved M hMi -I '^b ^.habitant
V Center for a vear or more for because of his viewpoint, opinion
JJc^I ^search-in the creed' Rabbi R"Ja" "
Jewish re. He pleaded that Israel orthodox
11 wr mx c"nlro1 or
dominate -'"""-
-ae. I po| re'
re is that
order of I >ha!l
i ish juris
prudf"
He condemned the American
|ai
boo) :ru problems of re-
-eedom in Israel These
The delegates agana1
irhe Council's 1SS1 cpnvwtu"
Jerusalem The convention re-
elected Rabbi Emanuel Recfc-
nn as president, and Rabbi
Soiomon J. Sharfman as honor-
ary president
I Ao: enlion. Dr
Joseph I Boston.
a leading Jewish Orthodox theo- fiat a*S :>f the status 01
lcpian aid o.iilosopber. saw OjM the LswililBThwiil freedom in Is-
there is nothing in tafet rent- rat 1 BR responsible for the hu-
ibus doctrine which opposes scien- mil;; American Je- and
tific research and discover*, in- the decimation of loyalty to the
Aiding the conquest of outer structure and faith of Judaism."
race he asserted
~.- Rabbi Rackman said that the
Rabbi Rackman denied that ^^ h^, wm -not
there was any official discnmma- enoo * rael Jews *
^*^^^*^^^^*^********** la another resotasuoo. the rabbis
-t(*UUN'{ NEftlCW* lauaed the Federal district court
J of Hassachuaetu for declaring un-
constitutional the blue laws in that
I00K STOtE
LlHW ih* Oascat laaarii
Supply limum m Craatar
( state- The resolution satd that the
court ruling "permit* devout Sab-
J hash observer? to pursue their
si nail Mi mm mr t trade* and professions on Sun-
C*mwt* w* m Mre Suoi ^yj without iear of legal pen-
tar Synaasaues. Httui ana
tt ScnaeM 4
ISKAELI CFTS ana NOVELTIES <
417
1-W17
, cays "without fear of legal pen
* aloes
The delegates also urged state
legislature* "to outlaw discrimina-
tion because of race, color or
creed in the sale, rental and occu-
pancy of private realt>
Monticello Park Congregation
this eck announced the resign*
,f Rabb. I>aac 1-erer a> M>ir
itual leader. Congregation officials
.aid Rabbi Lew is resigning be-
. of ill health.
Rabbi Lerer told The Jewish
Ftoridian Wednesday that he will
take a >ear's leave of absence
startinj ltn hls ",s|Pna,lon- ,!
fective July 1. to work toward a
doctorate at Yeshiva Iniursily m
New York City.
Monticello Park tendered the
leader a formal farewell June M,
where he was presented with
trft "in appreciation "'*
standing work and untiring de-
votion to his congregation and
the community at Urea."
Rabbi Lerer came to Monticello
Perk in 1955. when the Center had
a membership of about 100 fami-
lies. At the time of his resignation,
the Center membership numbered
some 500 families. Through Rabbi
Lerer's efforts a modern and pro-
gressive educational system was
introduced in our Hebrew, and
Sunday school registration in-
cludes 600 students.
K,\ commentary. Me we>
rendantcf agreatniMy f
lbe greatest rabbis J Jjj^l
Rabbi Shapiro Kabbt ""^T"]
5,0 known as M^J^i
an .bbrevutKm of his **. <
?," particularly famous foe .MOj
Ughtening the Eyesof *<""*]
, 1582. Rbb. ^ UMta
invited to become the headrf
"bbimcal academy of Cco- and
sucmM his fa.her-.n-law RahN
ssac Shap.m While in C"~*;
^H h. bitter Aj^utta
wh Simon Wolf Aubrooch Mort ;
probabK due to the arguments thai
Sued. Rabb, Lublin left Crjej.
and became the rabbi of lumberg-
rabbinate at Umberg. he founded
vnL his famous commentary on the Ta od.
While m Lemberg. he also engaged in a disputatm eflj
Toshua Kalk The followers of Joshua Fall awng.-d the sa
i ',r rabb, in forcing Rabb. Me.r Lublin to leave lemberi^i
n 1613 upon receiving the invitation fro* Lublin, he left L_
berg and resettled in the city where he was born, ami whtrel
remained all the rest of his life.
Rabbi Meir Lublin left many manuscripts that have not d
V(.| been published However, his commentary. Meir Eu Cbj
nmi .....reepted as authoritative and publishei in
ed.tiom, of the Talmud. Rabbi Meir LuhUaitook issue with *..
Solomon Luna and objected to the authority of the Shukta
Aruch however, recogniung and accepting the authorit]
Maimonidcs Though he did not regard the Kaballah ai
tative. he respected it as a sonrce of Jewria* Uaditir. He Ml
in Lubltn. May 3, 1616. -Pr-parad by Rabhl Awh..m HmtM
In 1508. upon rrsunus*. |H
a Yeshiva and engaged ^
Rabbi Lerer was instrumental
in organizing the PTA. junior con-
gregation, adult education groups,
youth activities, and a USY.
Men's Club
Elects Officers
Edward Mass hat been elected
president of the Men's Club of Ha-
i ami Hebrew Congregation.
Other officers elected at a re-
cent meeting are Abe Goldman,
first vice president; Jack Cohen,
second vice president; Louis Stone,
financial secretary.
Louis Slotnirk. recording secre-
. tary; Jack Cohen, corresponding
secretary; and Harry Hart, tef-
, geant-at arms
Rabbi Herschell SaviUe will offi-
ciate at the installation of officers.
decco
Reception Honors Jeffrey
Bar Mitzvah reception and din-
ner was held in honor of Jeffrey
Yaeger. son of Mr and Mrs. Sey-
mour Yaeger, 1430 Lenox ave..
Saturday evening in the Napoleon
room of the I.. ..uv,lie hotel.
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MS Of WISDOM
l learn, then form opinions."
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Jewist, tkrkMa*.
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tali; no secrets."MIDKASH
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7I0N-
Citrv Fruit
spring the picking season
ends. This season begins
lutumn, at the end qf Octo-
the beginning of Novem-
continues to April-May.
I branch of Israel agricul
attained very great im-
l. It includes various fruits.
Khe orange, the grapefruit.
Hlaller fruits, such as the
Hint- (tangerine) and the
Lv
H is not an original Israeli
fti the Bible we do not find
Hg other fruits of the coun-
' Bit brought to our country
Bar, from overseas. But in
Hrse of the long period in
it is cuHimated in this
I It has become clear that
of our country and its sun
w suitable for the growing
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YOUR RABBI
ham m e**ttta
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or WwT
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I imiUlN Jawts*
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____Um fMM *** COOMtATHM WITH TNI WWITUAl LI AMU ft TNI CtlAJII MIAMI KAtAJHKAL AS SM^
Ofrvice* J his (AJeette net
.-** t
of Law Will Triumph
Over AH Laws of Power
By RABBI TIBOft STERN
BoHi Jacob Con. rogation
Moses in his modesty underesti-
mated his strength in the realm 0f
law and Justice. In doing so, he
resorted to the law of power and
Physical might. For example, he
hit the stone instead of speaking to
it. Tongue-tied, he nevertheless
gathered the people of Israel, ap-
peared before Pharaoh, and com-
manded the exodus from Egypt.
Moses, with the power of his word,
relayed the Ten Commandments to
the world.
Moses sang the most stirring
hymn of thanksgiving, but he failed
to use that power to quench the
thirst of his flock. Moses paid
dearly for this error. He was de-
prived entry into Israel, he remain-
ed the leader of the revolution and
of the desert, but not of national
sovereignty.
If Moses failed to satisfy the
needs of Israel by the law of power, no one can succeed. The law of
power is subject to doom, whether on the international, or local scene.
It must breakit must tire and fatigue. The power of the law is Divine,
fearless and uncompromising. The powed of the law is Godly, and
therefore not subject to the fragility of man.
Sometimes we lack evidence of the evil of the law of power. We
can not prosecute or condemn it legally, but it is no less evil. The law
of power is a mark of totalitarian systems of government and cunning
methods of individuals. *
We learn a great lessen from the error of Moses. All people, and
spiritual leaders in particular, must use the power of the law instead
the law of power. With the power of the law, we shall lead our flock
out of the desolate life of the desert and satisfy a thirst for knowledge
and faith. With the power of the law, we shall fortify our ranks against
the law of power.
KNOW YOUR Hf*fT4Gf -
UAHUi I loo* Sifftaj
, arrar at Mates
Blessings Used in Religious Life
For a Variety of Circumstances
MMmtrnt^immtamaam
-
M'iooosFood.
Before the Jew partakes of food
he is required to Invoke a blessing
upon it. There are specified bless-
ings for the various foods. The
blessing which includes the word
"m'tonos" specifically covers bak-
ed goods other than bread, such as
cakes and cookies.
She-ha-kol.-AII.
On partaking of meat. fish, eggs,
cheese and candy, the blessing of
"she-hakol" is recited, which pro-
claims gratitude to God "by whose
word all things exist."
Malbish Arumlm C I t h the
Naked.
When a person is preparing to
out on a new garment, be makes
he blessing of "malbish arumim,"
thanking God for providing clothes
for him. In this manner, men ac-
knowledges that everything comes
from Him.
Mmi B'relshls Ftrmod Crea-
tSSML
Upon witnessing lightning, a
lofty mountain, or anything that is
stupendous, ntan is to acknowledge
Gods sovereignty by the recita-
tion that God created it"Maasai
B'relshis." .
Additional blessings dealing with
mad and his acknowledgment of
God as the Power of Nature:
Upon hearing thunder, experi-
encing a hurrieane' of tropical
storm"Blessed art Thou, O Lord
our God. King of the Universe.
Whose strength and might fill the
world."
Upon seeing a rainbow "-
Who rememberest the covenant,
art faithful to Thy covenant, and
keepest Thy promise."
*
[
CANDLEUGHTING TMt
A Tamui 6:57 pjn.
At the sight of the sea-" .
Who hast made the great sea."
Upon seeing beautiful trees or
strange animals" Who hast
such as these in Thy world."
Upon seeing the blossoms bud-
ding for the first time in the year
" Who hast made the world
lacking in nought, but hast pro-
duced therein goodly creatures and
goodly trees, wherewith to give de-
light unto the children of men."
In the presence of a sage" .
Who hast imparted of Thy wisdom
and them that fear Thee."
In the presence of a learned man
in the sciences" Who has
given of Thy wisdom to flesh and
blood-
On hearing good tidings" .
Who art good and dispensest
good."
On hearing evil tidings" .
Dayam Ernesthe true Judge."
On meeting with a friend for the
first time since his convalescence
from illness"Blessed be the All-
Merciful Who hast preserved thee
for us and hath not yielded thee
unto the dust."
GomelVouchsafe.
A person who has encountered
danger such as an operation, an
accident, a dangerous journey, is
AOATH VIIHUSUN. 170*0 Collins
av. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Haraam. Cantor Bin zion KlrscMsn
baum.
--------
AOUOATH lettAKL. M01 Cartylo at:,
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday ( p.m. Haturriay H:S a.m. Ser-
mon: "Whfii leaders of Men are Mts-
uaderxtood."
ANBHE EMES. ISSS SW t*rh ave
Conssrvativs. Maxwell SiHnrmjn,
president.
_ m-----
CTH DAVID. 25SW3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
Cantor William W. Llpaon.
Friday at sundown. Haturday 9 a.m.
liar Mltavah' Jacob Wolf, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rubin Friedman
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Sahiff.
8ETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hyman Fein.
PridJk) *:1T. p.m. Belllion. "The Re-
helllon of Korach." Saturday a~m.
Flar Mlixvah: l>avld. w>n of Mr. and
Mra. Morris Hrhwer'teln.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia avo. Or-
thodox. Rabr-I M ""is Rottman.
BETH JACOB. oVWtl Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
o -----
BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW Srd ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
------o ~^
BETH TFILAH. *35 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER
P.O. Box 34-5*4. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
DADE HEIOHTS CENTER. 181*0 NW
2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
uel Mandel.
FLAQLER-ORANAOA. 50 NW 51tt
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Motor.
Friday : p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Itar
MMzvah: Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Rnlsman.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ramon. Cantor Sherwin
Levlne.
HEBREW ACADEMY. (IS tth St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
------o------
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON
OREOATION. 1150 W. OSth st.. Palm
Sprinos. Jack Kirachbaum. president.
Friday B:1S p.m. fluent spiritual lead-
er: Rabbi Nathan H. Zwltman. Ser-
mon: "Judaism Kellarlon of life."
One*- Sliahbat boxts: Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Bine, In honor of their el**hth
wedding anniveraarr.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 9030
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David
' Shapiro. Cantor Yahudah Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 11*4 SW 24th
tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday :So p.m. Saturday K:J0 a.m.
Sermon: "A I lhl In a Room of Dark-
ness." Bar Mltxvah: Jeffrey, .son of
Mr. and Mra. Seymour Yaea>r
------o------
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Heracholl Seville. Cantor Berala
Kelemer.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser- ]
mon: "Enduring; Vlotory."
MONTICCLLO PARK. 1*4th at. and I
NE 11th ave. Conservative.
WriOma :!ft l'-m. Saturday a.m.
iluest spiritual leader: Rabbi Max |
Zui-ker. of Iwlton, tin. Pir M'-e>-|
K.lih. snn of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i
i Ireonalde.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 1SSS0 W. '
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica.
I Friday 1' P.in. Baisuon; "I'ower of
1 Kdiu-atlnn In Our Dally Life Satur-
day a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Arthur, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving; Ruarnblatt.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. *20 75th it
7AUS OF MORALS
A ftubbom and tpo&ad thild
constantly demanded of his parents
more than was reasonable, and they
made every effort to comply with
his requests. However, one day he
osk,r I watch, which the father us obliged,
jj denv. The child then exclarmed.
To which the father responded
"I order you to give the gift to me."
with a iound spanning.
MORAL: Oft times the most
valuable gift a parent can give the
child it a (panning ot the proper
time. "Spare the rod and spoil the
child" remains a true maxim.

A porter auisted two arrivals at
a hotel by carrying their luggage.
One was a jeweler, the other an
ronmongvr. When given a tip for
hit jervicei by the ;euie!er. the por-
ter made the mistake of thinking
the heavier cases mere his. and re-
marked that the cases were so heavy
the tip was inadequate. To which
:he ;eu-eler replied. "You are in
;rror. Though my articles are of
%reat value, they are not burden-
jome."
MORAL: Performing the com-
| mandments of God are not burden
tome. They are precious in spiritual
I i-alue and ennch the life of him
I "ho appreciates. ___________
required to recite the prayer of
Gomel which expresses his grati-
tude to God "Who vouchsafed
benefits unto the undeserving.
Who hast also vouchsafed all good
unto me." To which the congrega-
tion responds: "He Who hath
vouchsafed all good unto thee, may
He vouchsafe all good unto thee
for ever."
Boruch Shepotrenl Release*! from
Ketpot-iblllty.
This prayer is made by the fa-
ther at the time of his son's Bar
Mitzvah. The father recites thanks
to God for having bees privileged
to make his son Bar Mitzvah. Ac-
cording to tradition, the Bar Mitz-
vah is responsible henceforth for
his own deeds.
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
SOUTHWEST "CENTER. *43* SW 8th .
at. Conaervative. Rabbi Maunco,
Friday 8:M p m. Sermon: fontln-*
i.e.! Responsibility." Saturday 9 a.m.,
HV,-kly Portion %
TEMPLE BETM AM. 5*50 N Kendall '
sir., S Miami. Reform RaObl Heroert J
Baumgard. Cantor Charlaa Kodnor. 1
TEMPLE BETH~EL. 1645 Polk St., \
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH~SHOLEM of Holly- |
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative^ ,
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernaat j
Schreiber.
Friday % p.m. Saturday 1 a.m.
TEMPLE BEThTsHOLOM. 4144 Chaao
avo. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kraniaaj
Cantor David Convlaar.
Friday 8:1* P.m. Saturday 10:4S a.m.
TEMPLE B'NaTsHOLOM. 1*801 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross-
berg
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washinf
ton ave. Coneorvative. Rabbi Irv.ng
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Frlilay S:S0 p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
'ii..ii. W.-ekly fOrtl*"
TEMPLE ISRAEL* 1S7 NE 1th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Frlil.i> I li P m. in Javob H. Kaplan
Chapel.
TEMPLE JUDEA. S Palermo ayo.
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Shop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
Friday 8:15 p.m. (Juest speaker: I .1 K1L Topic. "A !_yman'H Appro"'"*
I,, the Hible and the Itlble s Ettect on
.in Clvlliiation." Service to be
.ondurted by Dnn l'lyer Ooool can-
/.ion Kli.sli.nb.iuni bat-
urday 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi Banna
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIpIrBTH JACOB. *61
Flammoo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi
Lao Haim.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 6780 SW 17th at-
r.nnsarvative. Rabbi Alfred Wa-
man.
Frluay *:10 p.m. Saturday S a.m. Jun-
ior services will follow.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8600 N. Miami
avo. Conaervative.
Friday 8:J0 p.m. Cantor Albert Olanta)
to officiate. Onosr Shabbat boats: Mra.
Roe* Borkln and Cantor and Mrs.
Illants. honoring their nephew. Mel
Hi-iht. who la departln> for Israel.
Saturday i a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1184 Wast avo.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casael.
Services Friday evening and Satur-
day mornins. Dally prayer and medi-
tation.
YOUNG ISRAEL. TSTSO N 40th avo.
Orth-dox.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conaervative. Rabbi aV
Loon Hurwitz.
a/ls-M, 7/-
7/I-10-1T-X4 '



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f/Wlf
THE GOODLY HERITAGE. Collected by Avraham
Yaari. 496 pp. Jerusalem: Youth and Hechalutz
Department the Zionist Organization.
tJUBTITLED Memoirs describing the life of the Jew-
i teenth to the twentieth centuries, this book is an adap-
tation of Avraham Yaar. Zikhronot Eretz Yisrael
The original Hebrew version is in two volumes, run-
ning over 1.200 pages, this English edition has been
abridged and translated by Israel Schen. The material,
which goes up to 1920. wa> chosen for its intrinsic in-
terest and for the light it sheds upon the periods illus-
trated.
It was Mr Schen's intention to present "as extcn
Capitol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN
Tiberias, the first Ashkenaz.m in >*-**'*U
of 1834 and ISM, the beginnings of Petach Tikuino
Ri>ho Letzion. the revival of Hebrew speechjn 1M1
and manv others There are many illustrations some
dating wav back to the 17th century.
Especially interesting are Smil.osky account* of
the war period, including the locust plague Rechovot
in 1916. and the harrowing story of the martyrdom of
Sarah Aaroesen at the hands of the Turk*, which read
era will recognize as part of the source material for
several episodes in Leon Uns "Exodus.
mi.
Anti-Semitic Problems With Latest Gen. Grant
Washington
THE CIVIL WAR resulted not from
silvery but because "Jew financiers"
wanted to split the L'nited States to ex-
ploit the two sections, according to ma-
il being circulated by Gen Ulysses
5 Grant. 3rd. national chairman of the
VS. Civil War Centennial Commission.
Gen Grant. 78. is a grandson of Gen
U!;. sses S. Grant, the famous commander of the Northern
forces in the Civil War who was later elected President.
The Centennial Commission he heads is financed by Fed-
eral funds. It is designated to disseminate historical facts
in preparation for the coming 100th anniversary of the
War Between the States."
The White House is considering the new issue because
the Commission headed by Gen. Grant is under the honor
ary chairmanship of President Eisenhower. Honorary
vice chairmen are such personages as Vice President
Shea and House Speaker Sam Ray bum. The White House
is known to be concerned because of Gen. Grant's officially
designated status as national chairman of the distinguished
group formed to unite Americans.
As chairman of the National Capital Park and Plan-
ning Commission, and through service in other capacities.
Gen. Grant has gained high status in Washington circle*.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Reid's Predecessors
QGDEN REID'S confirmation a
** American Ambassador to Is
rael recalls the first man named
by the U.S. government as it- rep
resentative in Jerusalem.
was Warder Cresson. and he|
TO named Consul to Jen;
alwut the time that I
ndfather, M
to beginning to think of b uewspaper
!' itu in 1844 that the President named I
son to the Jerusalem position. It was just about
that time that Greeley launched thi New York Trib-
une, of which Whitelaw Iteul later became the pub-
lisher.
Warder Creaaou was a Quaker, but became in-
terested in Judaism and in the restoration of the
Jewish State, and obtained his appointment as Con
sul to Jerusalem to help him work toward a Zion
restored. Thus the appointment might be construed
as a recognition of Israel just about 100 years be-
fore it actually came into existence.
Israel has been fortunate .n its American diplo-
mat. All of them from Cresson on have given
Vrtn.M beJrnd ,hC Ca" f dUt>" Dr Jam G,
McDonald, the first American Ambassador to Israel
has been a warm friend of Israel from the beginning'
and his successors have all left very fond memone,
behind in the Jewish State. '"emones
Jews Who Are Mountains
There are many Jews who are mountain* in
SnTthe^r ZC "he 0ldb^s and S n-bTrg
In fsraPl KVerber8S' and there is P'ain Molly Berg
; storTto teh.rver-,hcre is someth,ng a *s
n HSH*1 ue of ,he ,sraeli newspapers tells of
an engineer who when settling in Israel derrtln ,
:-. ^VSKS"originally?"he ask.
I ca..'2 JKiS Hebrew name-it is kjkj.
The anti-Semitic material distributed and recommend-
ed by Gen. Grant is entitled Abraham Lincoln and the
Rothschilds." It purports to show that Lionel and James
Iluthschild. together with Disraeli, plotted in London to
split the United States to gain their financial ends.
An allegation is made that these "international bank-
ers" selected Judah P. Benjamin. Confederate Secretary of
State, to be their secret agent According to the history"
now supported by Gen. Grant, the Jews were behind the
assassination of President Lincoln Gen. Grant holds that
Lincoln was murdered by "an actor, John Wilkes Booth,
in whose trunk was found coded messages, the ke> |fl
which was found in Judah P. Benjamin's possession."
A spurious quotation is attributed to Bismarck, Ger-
man Chancellor of the 19th century The material has
Bismarck saying that Lincoln "understood that the South
was not the worst foe. but the Jew financier."
With the assassination of Lincoln, states Gen. Grant's
thesis. "Israel went anew to grab the riches of the world
Jewish banks with their craftiness and tortuous tricks
will entirely control the exuberant riches of America and
use it to systematically corrupt modern civilization The
Jews will not hesitate to plunge the whole of Christendom
.mo wars and chaos, in order that the earth should become
the inheritance of Israel."
Such is the stuff which Gen Grant described as "an
Fven'nS ahCCUn!. lthe schemin8" >S Lincoln,
fcven today, he said, there is a similar campaign bv a
financed" group, aimed ,o destroy America from
Gen Grant mailed the anti-Semit.c document to a
Pennsylvania command,,. II i>m v,l. ,, TH
......^.mJStiAsats,
'*".b',r;r
lions of the
then called it-
Order No n^,/. ;: >M-- '
gating everj rigoJaUon
Li,,
the department
semd the order
in response to political !dTi W?ff+."
dential authority ,n an attempt tohSo'h.V
mania. He annniniH nTT .V.help 'he Jew* 0f Ru.
mania. He appointedI Benam in i- P ,n'" Jews of -
B-nai B'rith. te be u SCoSS r.'n '"i ?" h*a,i uf *
he hope of mitigating antiSm ,T"' '" Ruman,a- '
pant there. K bemi,,t Persecutions then ram-
BORIS SM0LAR
wBe'ZV&issssg
name
in the
Between You and Me.
Klutznick'i
thi- small volume In these 'days WWfashioaed. y
the wonder of Jewish statehood, one tends to form ,
centuries of preparation, tke hundreds of heroes J
made their lives stepping stones to the fulfiiime'atii
the Jewish dream. Thoee are their memoirs tlaM
memorial is the State at Uriel.

FOCUS. A Journal for VowHi Loaders. Vol. II. Na I
Edited by I. Malevr-Lovln. Jerusalem: Yon, ,J
Hechaluti Department of the Zionist Ortn,iim
Volume II of "Focus" continues its traditieo J
providing "background material en various probleaj*
and aspects of life in Israel, for madrichira and other
activists in the Youth Movements." There is an artieu|
on planned production in the kibbutzim, and one on tte!
organization and future of Jewish youth, as well as ai
encouraging report on the Jews of Algeria A short ston
b> Y Nemdiraf (nom de plume of a frequent "Davar
contributor! is pointed, but not very good.
The magazine includes several short poems, seam
of which are quite well done. One of the most inters*.
ing pieces, however, is "My Daughter Aniko," by CaS
enne Senesh. the mother of Hannah Senesh; it u
heart rending account of the last weeks of her yount
daughter. Lastly, an article on the "Emerging Culture
of Israel" is very complete, for ail lu brevity, and ve
informative, for all its uncritical acclaim.
Overseas Newslttlf: By EllAHU SALPETQ
Burma
Jeaasaiaal
BURMA'S PRIME MINISTER, GeaJk]
w Win. paid an official State visit wl
Israel last month. In doing to, at
came the second Prime Minister comajf
for an official visit to Israel SicaM
cantly, the first Prime Minister payngi]
State visit to Israel was bis prrrtrruaaj
U Nu, who came to Israel almost *xt|t
four years ago. in May, 1994.
Gen. Ne Win's visit represents a new high point in Israij
Burma relations, which by new have become almost to]
temal. despite the vast differences to rnee. religioa aail
history between the two peoples.
The relations between tke two countries can be dividajj
into lour phase-.. Burma, which received ila mdepesak
from the British in January. 1048 (four months before
rael independence! extended fuU dtotomattc recogmtioal
Israel in December, 1948. However, for three yi
there were almost no contacts between tke two count
Then, in October. US2. a delegation needed by U I
N.vein. leader of the Burmese Socialist Partythe
partner in the ruling Anti-Pascist People s Freedom Lea
-armed for a visit Three months later. Israels Forttol
Minister at the time. Moshe Sharett. led an Israel deupl
capital AS,a" So<"l,s, ^"W Rangoon. BurauV
1 n on. the second phase of relations beg*
' us first envoy to Bimne-eneritctic.
David Hacohen-whose name-seen became I
I both among Burmese government cirtto
n rliplomaUc corps. Soon scores of Be-
" I WfMtiona began arriving in Israd n
7>ikty of the solutions found bv yomf
^ milar problems facing young Burma Amf
whutcl nS,WaS ,h flrst Burm* dit.r> misttoj
' ") -'"ne. 154. and which was follow,-.! by tk
Some B,. .h,"r Plan0s !he Bu""* Air F*
KST p'!0,,s rv*d their training with the k
n, %&* lheri *'M frm Ur"" "
' Nu deiided u, .1 pre"ur fv up his Israel If* j
' ng* n pSk ,P hU PUnned vUit C*iro' iniUU
'he moshavnn i"''^ '*-* *Y kibbutzim -
mosh.v,m, Ura,,-, cooper.Uve agricultural srtlk
iiutne
Israelis
"We aetShe W, 7*'* A-torican Jrr, *'
edition of T,er" a !!U!*4 Uadia "^^ ta *pKUl
""kTs-Vtrl.^ "* "^ers" and -
,sr'-l Bo"h are benef^ kMWWO **- *-" J
other ""filing each other and both need aaei
t'ons^mr^Tnurn*!"!-* BuiBber practical *>m\
raetoi J, "2T, ^ ^^Mhsukag tke tie, totoV
*ther thto- TFJm?". *" tke United States AnwM
E-glito, Heb^Pl^r^lPUhlt^ "^P^
of Hete^w" rn^?* Wte. tm tot
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LEGAL NOTIce
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at tho box off] co I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ri< E IS HKKKHY GIVEN that
piderslgned, desiring to engage In
>*s under the fictitious name of
IH'AN CREDIT at M W. Fiagler
.li.iml Intend* to register aald
with the Clerk of the Circuit
nf Dade County, Florida.
H. DAVIS. Sola Owner
VJS. 7/3-10-17
LIOAL NOTICE
iotice by publication
ie circuit court of the
ienth judicial circuit of
lorida in and for dade
Bounty, in chancery.
No. MCMH
IIIETH UOMIIAS,
'-iff.
vs.
fk ,,()MBAH,
I : ml.ml. ,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'RANK <;<>MI!AS
VH Livingstone Avenue
Jew Hrunawlck. New Jersey
FRANK UOMP.AS are hereby
I that a BUI of Complaint for
has been filed against y*u.
|iii are reuulred to serve a copy
Answer or Pleading to the
if Complaint on the plaintiff's
>. (iol.liMAN A. OOLD-
:03 West Flarler Street. Ml-
lorida and file the original An-
t>r Pleading In the office of the
[of the Circuit Court on or ba-
be 2Mh day of July. l&t. If yon
do so. Judgment by default will
ken against you for ths relief
Mod in tba Bill of Complaint.
notice shall be published once
seek for four consecutive weeks
IK JEWISH KliORfDIAN.
IE AND ORDERED at Miami.
this 22nd day of June. AH
! K. B. LEATHERMJIN. Clerk.
Cult Court, Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
man goldsteIn
for Plaintiff
peat Fiagler Street
Florida
'M. 7 /3-1 0-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEHY OIVEN tliat
the undersigned, desiring- to engage hi
htialneaa under the fictitious name nf
LORD HALFOIR HOTIX at jr.O
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Intend to
register aald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of- Dade Cnuntv.
Florida.
OEOnOB RT.fM. nnd
., fARAM BLUM, hla wife
KEHST.KIt. CAR*: A |{i ITII
ItCorneyg- fr Applicants
IMS 8.W. 1st Street
7/3-10-17-24
XJUD,C,AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
'"CHANCERY. No, Mc.i3
KENNETH VERNoN BORING,
I'liimtlff,
v.. .....-
DORIS BOKINn
I'fond.i nt
.,.,, NSJiCE BV PUBLICATION
I" I.KTTY DORIS II.hum;
Routs No. T
Maryalll.-. Tennessee
OI \l;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED th-t
< on,plum, r, Divorce na f|lea
amilnat you, and you are hereby re-
''" te"erv*Jr c"* "' v",lr answer
n tne Plaintiffs attorney. ANGELO
Si Ali- i* Alnaley Rulldlng. Miami
.. ra>rida, and file the origin., I
answer In the office of the Clerk of
the < Irt.ult Court on or before the th
day ,,r Angust. 1>d>, or the allegation*
... si?'"'",*" Jn'waed against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County;
Florida, this 2th dsy of June, 1S5*
E B. LEATHERMAN,
i-
(seal)
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
______ No. SSC MM*
LLIEZEIt r.OKENilEKU,
' Plaintiff,
vs.
HlfKA ROSENBERG,
JaWendaal
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RHKA ROSENBERG
3816 Church Avenue
Brookl.wi, N V
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has i
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve s copy of your An-
"Htr.,ii ,he "",a Complaint on the
KSifl.'LP" *'rney.. LEONARD H.
5K!*,'.N' i5.12 MW Building, Miami. Florida, and file Ute
orig nHl Answer in the office of the
lJ*r* of the Circuit Court of the
Oevent* Judicial Circuit, Dade Coun-
ty. I-lorida on or before the 22nd day
\?LJulyJ *?? 0h*rwlw the allega-
^ssi^xesar :s*K %^ wl" *t *"
Deputy Claris. --
7/3-10-17-24
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewish Ihrlrfinr
NOTICE UNDER v
v, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CE.I8 HEREBY GIVEN that
th upoertOAet. dtairlnr to npnsji I.
buafness under the 'frtOlotie name o*
'JIZKM^ MICHAELS at lr. Lenox
Avense, aflaanLBeaca. Florida i at ends
" "****' *UlTBs ciatft
of the Circuit CouYt of Dade County,
Florida. _______ w'
OTfJErj^A RAr^AMON
_____ Rnss Owner
OEOROB J. AKBOCM
Attorney fur Sole Owner
,_________ tn*-i*. 7/3-i
IOTICE BY PUBLICATION-
*E CIRCUIT COURT OT TMB
|ENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
3RIOA IN AND FOR DADE
3UNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SfCStlS
>CNN SORrtENTI.Nir,
intiff,
T SORUKNTINO, a k/a
KV TtiRRi
F<* nitant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I \N T HORRENTINo.
|fk a JOHNNY TOBBEK
are hereby notified that a Bill
nIdaint for Divorce has been filed
you, and you era requn
copy of your Answer or I
the Bill of Complaint on the
/fa Attorney, Robert A. Petei
|laml Reach Flr>t National Bank
tin. Miami Beach. Florida and
orUtinnl Answer or PIead1n
office of the Clerk of the Clr-
r'tirt on or before the Cth day
fust, 1:,. If you fall to d<< SO,
ent by default will be taken
it you for the relief demanded In
pll of Complaint,
notice shall be published once
ek for four consecutive weeks
IK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IK AND ORDERED at Miami.
thle 2Cth day of June. AD
B. I.EATHERMAN. CletaV.
tult Court. l%de County. Florida
By: JOAN HNEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ST A. ITCTERHON
Beach 1st KntaMsal Bank lllilf.
Beach. Florida
ey for Plaintiff
7/1-10-IT-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN OROBATE
NO. 447M-A
in BE: Estate of
JOSEPH GOLDFARB. aka
J. COI.DFARH. aka
JOE (BILDFARB.
I lei-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
tn* Claims or Demands Aral set Said
MatasM
Tbu are hereby notlRed and re*
quired to present any claims and de-
mand* hi.h you may haWe ajrstn-r
the eatate of JOtUkPH GOLDFAKH,
ska J. ODLDFArrB. aka JOB OOCJ)
FARR deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the seen* lir their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
nslmaai' ssoatk* from- the dad* of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will ha barred.
THtMMEI OOI.DFARB. Kxecutilx
aka tjMMIe ooij>farb
ENOI^ANDER A TENCRICH
Attorneys
211 Uncotn Road
Miami Beach, Florida
7/S-10-17-J4
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AMD FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
Ne. 4SMS-C
In RE: Estate of
HERBERT E. SCHER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have auiilnst
the eatate of HERBERT K. RCHBR
deceased late of Dade Cnuntv. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade Comi-
ty, and file the same In their offices In
the County Comthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date ,,f the flrat pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
Daw red.
FREDERICK R. SCHER
STANLEY s. HER
CO-ADMINISTRATORS'. r'T.A.
7/J.10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flcMtloua n->me of
ABBY MOVINO STORAOB CO.
at 2100 N.W. 21 st Terraoe, Miaaal in-
tends to rewtater saM mm wMh the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ESTHER RERUN
7/J-1S-11-M
Florid* this 17th daar of June, list
E. B. UCAThSmAN. C^er*
tsLn Cour,-J)*d County* Florida,
(seal) By. K M LfMAN
Deputy Clerk.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
- Ne. 4SSMA
In BE. Estate of
ABRAHAM YOUNO
Deceased.
olicits four Imqal noflc
W* appraciata youx
patronarjs and aiimiiuMiB
accural* S4>rric at I090J
LESAL NOTICE
^ .N^T'Ce TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hjiv-
lag Claims or Demands Atpatnst SaM
Ealsrre:
You are hereby notified and required
"' Present any claims and demands
which you may base against tne
estate of ABRAHAM YOUNG de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of t>ade County.
and file the same In their offices in
the <_ounty Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
liarred.
RBTTY F YOI'NO. Artmlnl-tr.itrlx
ALFRED KI1KISI.KR, Attbrn-v
500 Alnsiey Building
.____ s/2. 7/J-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hastnese under the fictitious nine of
CIIAI'NCEY STONE DRFFS at &M
N.W r.th Ave Miami, Fla.. Intend to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH CASTEI.il
i-HATNCKY STONE and
HELEN STONE. 60%
THEODORE K NKI.-o.\
Attorney for Apnlicanta
407 Lincoln Road
7/3-10-17-34
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hbrbbv civ en that
the undersigned, dtavlrlng to engage In
s -inde-r the fictitious ,, 1
WHITTY'S ALIMfNCM KIRNITCRE
COMPANY, NOT IN'C ,,t 12717 S.E
h Avenue. North Miami. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida.
L.UIS A. ALCALDE
JOSEPH V--RRIER
S YTNCBNT PATL. JR.
Attorney for Both
/2S> 7/3-10-17
FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ensaju in
business under the ricttttmia nam* or
CLAIRE APARTMENTS at 1350 Eu-
clid Avenue, Miami Beach intends* to
register aald name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
CLAIRE CORP:, a *. Corp.
By Leslie FrleBei t. Pre*.
7/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ?M
B.BVBNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOJ". DADB COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.

>DERAL
Miami Beach
No. s*c
BERTHA EPSTEIN.
I'la Intiff.
JACK EPSTEIN.
D*"urrt FT.- OIVORCI
TO< JACK BPSTEIN
Ohio State Penitentiary
Columbus, Ohio __
You are naroSy noflrted that a BIB
of Complaint for Divorce hae been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleadlna '' '""'"* I-.
LEBO- said
IN THB) COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Nb. 4S3ZT-8
IN RB: Estate of
SAMl'BL POI^LACK.
I a**4TNe*,#4 IsaBsfa
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor-- and AH Persons Hsv-
Ing Claims or DeumndM Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which f have against the
estate of SAMUEL Col.LACK de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida, to
tho Count) Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In thetr offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within clicht calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
ADELINE POILACK, Executrix
of the l,H.sf Will snd Testament of
Samuel Pollack, deceased.
MAX R SM.VEK. Attorney
.922 Sevhnld Building
Miami 3:'. Florida
724. 7/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No HC 5730
PA1 I.A PARK HOMES, INC
a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
CARMU.F.O EEMNANIiKZ and
NETTIE H. FERNANDEZ,
I tefendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
(MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE)
TO AKMII.LO FERNANDEZ and
NETTIE H FERNAN!>K3S
Address I'nknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of CompUtiM to Foreclose Mortgage
ka been -filed against vou, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
AJiawar or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
PALO. WARREN. BSQUIRE. 42ft Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the orlglal Answer or Pleading In
the offfe* of tho Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2Mb day of
July. 1*51. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
Thla notice shslr be published once
eaoh sseek for four,consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE ASD ORDERED at MlamL
Fsrariaat, this 15th day of June, A.D.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: L KNEED EN.
Deputy Clerk.
/lf-M. 7/3-10
NOTICE BV PUBLIBATIdsN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL 4TIRCtflT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SSC MBS
THERESA Mo.XI.EY
Plaintiff.
JAMES R. MOXLEY
Defendant.
PAY1D HANDELMAN.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES R MOXLEY. Htaff Set.,
I'nlted States Marine Corps
Serial No. 144W24, VMA-331.
MAG-12. 1st MAW.
c/o Fleet Post Office,
Ban Francisco. California.
You JAMES R MOXLEY are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys, RAYMAN A DCHIO, 0
Alnsiey Bldg.. Miami 32. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 23rd day
of July. lr,9. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you fur the relief demanded in
the Pill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published c-nr&
each week foi four consecutive weeks
it, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at MLmi,
Florida, this 11th- day of June, A.D.
ISSf.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, Bade County, Fl -td
'seal) By: M. B POH
Deputy Clerk.
HXYM W I'tllic,
?02 Alnsiey Bldg.
Miami ...'. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
/1-2. T -,-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing to engatfe in
business under trie fictitious name, of
STAHI.S MEATS and PROVISIONS
at 13(0 S.W. Xth Street. Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name with
1 he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florid*.
L. A B. MEAT CORP., a
Florida corporation, sole owner
DANIEL NEA1. HELLER
Attorney for Applicant
M0 Alnsiey Building
Miami 32. Florida
/M. 7/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAO COUNTY, FLORIOA
IN CHANCERY, No. MC S23S
PETITION* "OF"JAMES CHARLES
SPECTOR, joined by ECNICE
GERALDINE SPECTOR. his wife,
for the adoption of MICHAEL A.
DELMAN. a minor.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OF
PETITION FOR> AQOPTItVt
TO: RONALD I-Ot*! DE1JTAN
24- 7th Street
Elmhurst
Queens, New York ___
YOlJ ARE HEREBY NOTIJHBD that
a Petition has beea> filed In tha wbove
tyled Court by JAMBS CHARLES
SPECTOR. jomed by BfNlCB OBR-
ALDINE SPECTOR, his wife, for the
Adopttoa minor, by the Petttixnor. JAMES
CHAdll, FK SPECTOR. jind you are
required to see fa a copy of your An-
swer or objections to show cause why
Petition should not be granted
NOTICE UN
FICTITIOUS, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT tllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
INTERIORS II.IS at 120 Nightin-
gale Drive Mlsrnl Springs. Dade
County, Florida Intends to register
ssld name with the Clerk of th,
cult Court of l*de Coiintv. I
CANDANFE HARTMAN
Sble r.v Bar
SNTDER A YolNi;
Alien neys for A|,pllcant
/l-2. 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4SS04
In RE: Estate of
LEO E. HLLIOTT
Par eased.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage rn
business under the fictitious name of
CHBRI FASHIOcTS OF MIAMI at 3I
N.W. First Court, Miami. Florida In-
tend* to register said name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
EDWARD MEISEL
Sole Owner
SNYDBR A YOINO
Attorneys for Chcrl Fsshlons
of Miami
6/19-26. 7 l-M
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Ctalme or Demands Against Kald notified that a B II of Complaint to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. SSC3S4S
HI-TEST OIL COMPANY, INC.,
Plaintiff,
v*.
IOHN M. PEPERS, NATHANIEL
W HEWITT and ALBERT W. _
BROACH.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: NATHANIEL W. HEWITT
rest, unkmnvn
ALBERT W. BROACH
adores* unknown
You and eaoh of you are hereby
State
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have agalrmt the
estate of LBO B. ELLIOTT deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, te the
County Judge* of Dade County, aad
file the same In their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from th* date of the flrat publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Kald claims or demands shall be in
writing and contain the place of resi-
dence and post ,!flce address of the
claimant and shall be sworn to by the
Z^ .W- ..lofM.ier-a lllnmav T.STFtO- saia r-eiriion pireura ii"\ w a,f.n,e
\i.n,i 1-taafl.ol. tVrlftE atM. fit* tftsV t;F<'Rir- J TAW.WOrr", r*.s.,
o^rtnLl Vn^er^'dp.,!Sn.n|n th. 'fff Lincoln Road, MUml Beach. Flor-
orlal
Court on
the Clerk ot tha circuit
re the 24th day of
July. IMt. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
Si tha relief demanded in the
ill) of Complaint.
DoNE \ \' I oi:"ERET si Ml-""'.
Florida, this 17th day of Jon*. A.D.
IS**
B. B IJCATIIERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. I>sde County, Florida
(seal) By: JOANH^"Et^v
Deputy Clerk.
s/I-3. 7/3-10
Ida. and file the original In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
lor* August 3, 1*21.
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree
.nfesso will be entered against
you.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
i.url In Miami. Dade County,
Fk>rlda, this 1st day of July. llet.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
k of said <
(seal) It II RUE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
7/3-10-17-34
claimant, his attorney or age ret.
CECELIA EMJOTT
JEROME G. GREENE. Attorney
241 Security Trust Building
Miami, Florida
/, 7/3-10-17
foreclose a chart el mortgage on cer-
tain chattels enumerated therein haa
been filed against you In the above
styled court on April 27. 1959.
You and each of you are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your an-
swer or any other pleading to th*
complaint on SAMUEL R. STARK,
Attorney for the plaintiff, 2773 Coral
Way, Miami, Florida, and file the
original thereof on or before the Had
day of. July, ISM.
Dated, at. Miami, Florida thla 17th
day of June. 1*6*.
K B. LBfATH-ERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) Bj>: JOAN SNEEDEN,
__ Deputy Clerk.
SAMr-EJ.. R STARK
Attorn** fo Plaintiff
2771CoraI Way'
Miami. Florida
l/l-2. 7/3-1S
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tickets for "Minority of One" and "Gypsy" will
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on the Nieuw Amsterdam for Paris, where they
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Ithe peaches and cottage cheese The radio belonged to Mrs.
\r (Eva) Don Then there were Mrs. Sara Frishman, Mrs.
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(Virginia) Orleans .There were three vacant seats for
iMyer (Betty) Friedman, Mrs. Alex (Bee) Straus and Mrs. Jack
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Irene and Nate Becker and son Irwin recently returned to
[Coral Gables home from Pensacola, Fla., where they attended
lune wedding of Miss Marilyn Kapner to Frederic G. Levin at
,'nai Israel Synagogue The Beckers were houseguests of
ind Mrs. Abe Levin, 1800 E. La Rua, parents of the groom .
ind Mrs. Herman (Francine) Farer are entertaining her par-
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Israel, of Bangor, Me The Farcrs,
ling daughters Carol and Michelle, make their home at 5821
117th st.. Palm Springs. Hialeah Herman is second vice
Lic-iit of Temple Tifereth Jacob, with Francine doing the honors
[hool relations chairman of the Sisterhood .
Shower brunch at tbe Algiers hotel Monday honored Miss Ann
fin, who is shortly to become the bride of Michael Block, of
I Gables Ann is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Ruskin,
lam. Beach Mrs. Chester Krone. 320 W. 26th st.. and Mrs.
Feuer, 50 Hibiscus Island, were the hostesses to 25 of Ann's
Is Miid family Table decorations included pink gladioli and
\> -. with old-fashioned lamp chimneys shielding white candkv
>
"tite grandchildren were what interrupted Mrs. Herman Wcp-
Ifrom her sale* talk to a customer at the Mt. Sinai Gift Sni>
lut came photos of the offspring of her son and daughter-in-law,
lind Mrs. Warren Wepman The customer "oh-oh'd," then
fcd off smilingthe sale momentarily forgotten .An exciting
fican Jewish Committee "Spotlight on the- Iron Curtain" pro-
last Wednesday at WTVJ, with newsman Ralph Renick, re-
back from Russia, reporting Chairman was Dr. Peritz
Jnberg, with wife Dolly busy welcoming new members, includ-
Ir. and Mra. Samuel G. Klinghe's The Jewish Floridian col-
fctand Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg Incidentally.
Is were delighted to see lovely Lois Mathes and husband Her-
\. Lois has been taking it easy during the last few weeks ..
in Frumkes bachelored it. with wife Natalie at home recuper-
from the surprise birthday tendered her the night before.
' <
lome in time to celebrate Independence Day, Dr. and Mrs.
mi iRelores) Wickman back at their Sunset Island 3 home aitcr
. fabulous weeks in Europe London. Amsterdam, Copen-
. Hamburg, Lucerne, Vienna, Venice, Florence, Rome and
were the cities on their agenda ... Dr. Wickman also attend-
L> International College of Surgeons Convention of Four Nations
}mburg. as well as of the American Medical Society of the Uni
Jty of Vienna ... Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Alice) Furman. 2300 SW
|ve.. are back from Europe and Israel, where they spent three
. half months Continental itinerary included France. Italy,
and, Belgium and Holland Speaking of the Samuel G.
Fs, they dined at Tony Sweets restaurant last week follbwing
[return from Baltimore Card from Rita Greenwood post-
Led Lucerne reads: "Last night saw from my room the Festival
ghts I've never seen anything so exciting The most
us fireworksall on the lake, with the mountains in the
iod."
Jrs. Leon (Dorothy) Kaplan would like friends to know how
ful she is for the hundreds of cards wishing her a speedy re-
following her Vito accident several weeks ago "It has
a great deal," says Leon, "in her many hours of pain to
that so many are rooting for her" Dorothy is coming
nicely, considering her casts and traction of right arm and
. Speaking of the Kaplans, their son-in-law, Richard Ian
man, is a June grad from Harvard law school, and will take
lorida Bar exam in August He's a '56 graduate of Harvard
je, where he completed the requirements for the Bachelor ot
[degree in three years ... And it wasn't all excellent scholar-
i either ... In addition to receiving a Harvard College honor-
cholarship, he was a member of the football team and Varsity
... He and wife Linda Ellen have a ten-month-old, Karen
a. whom Leon and Dot have dubbed "the sweetest thing this
[of heaven."
'acationing in New Carlisle, Ind., are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller
ff for three months to Brooklyn is Mrs. Pauline Rose, of 9301
ave____Seen at the opening of Ruth Foreman's "Bad Seed :
and Larry Flaum, with Pansy sporting a huge white hat and
Jioise nylon flange Speaking of "Bad Seed" at Studio M,
te and Mra. Irving Cypen, the Irving "Bing" Kossoffs and Mr.
IMrs. David Kay were a dinner sixaome followed by a trip to
satre in Coral Gables to see tbe Cypens' daughter. Bonnie,
. the lead f/_ J tMl_
IThe Abe Blooms. 721 Michigan ave., are back from a two-
lb European tour that included stops in France, Israel, Greece
[Italy The transatlantic crossings were on the Queen Mary
Daughter Dorothy is married to Irvin Shapiro, of the Slack
[chain Mrs. Bernard Israel, of the Gallery restaurant on
Way, back frosn New York, where Dorothy has been super.
_ redecorating of the Champagne Gallery in Greenwich VU-
_ of which she and husband Bunny are former owners
[Gene and Ethel Fisher entertaining the Jacques Tunve" at
la Manana Jacques is the French consul in Miami and htad
liami Air France ... The Morton Rosenthals and their young-
f on a three-month trip to Disneyland in California The
rnthab, from Gotham Town, are regular winter visitors nere
I He's a Riverside Memorial exec.

To celebrate the Fourth, the Aaron Kanners, with one branch
e family. Richard and Marcia, took off to Clearwater to visit
(other branch, Lew and Christa Surgery, a recovery holiday
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Miami, Florida, Friday, July 10, 1959
Section B
Delegates to the Southern States regional con-
ference of the Council oi Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds are guests of the local
committee on a scenic boat ride. Shown with
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg (left), chairman of
transportation, are Mrs. Sam I. Heiman. offi-
cial hostess; Louis Wernick, Atlanta; Pe-?r
Colwin, New York City; Mrs. Joseph Cohen,
New Orleans; Arthur Fishrohn, New Ycrk
City; Harry Norr, New Orleans; and M;t
Luchs, New York City.
Woman Leader Views Jews of South
Recently back from a tour of
Southern cities in behalf of he
Joint Defense Appeal is Mrs. Ber-
nard Supworth. of Coral Gables.
"Jewish communities in these
cities are intensely uncomfortable
with respect to integration," the
attractive, auburn-haired woman
leader declared on her return to
Miami.
Mrs. Supworth is Anti-Defama-
tion League chairman for District
5 of B'nai B'rith and a member of
the executive committee of the
Florida ADL advisory board. Joint
Defense Appeal is the fund-raising
arm of ADL and the American
Jewish Committee.
"They certainly know the moral
thing." she explained, "but they
are deeply concerned about their
position as Jews in the communi-
ties in which they live."
Mrs. Supworth's tour took her to
Knoxville and Oak Ridge, as well
as the Tri-City area of Johnson
City. Burlington and Kingston, all
in Tennessee.
"These communities offer some
insight into the Jews of the South,"
she said. "The Tri-City area is a
case in point Johnson City, Burl-
ington and Kingston are within a
30-mile radius of one another,
with a Jewish population of about
SO families. One Jewish Center
serve's them. They have no perma-
nent spiritual leader, and the Cen-
ter's principal activities include a
Sisterhood and a B'nai B'rith
Men's Lodge."
OUTSPOKEN ATTITUDE
A chief function of the Sister-
hood is to raise funds for support
of tbe Center and its Sunday
school. Mrs. Supworth was invited
' there as a guest speaker by the
Men's Lodge.
Tri-City Jewish leaders are un-
comfortable about integration be-
cause of the outspoken national
Jewish attitude on this question.
Their reaction was almost violent-
ts. torn am svrwotTsi
MKrWkti?
ly affirmative on the need to pre-
sent a positive image of the Jew
to the American community at
large."
Id contrast to this area was Oak
Ridge, built by the US. Govern-
ment and largely populated by
Atomic Energy Commission scien-
tists, although no longer a re-
stricted area.
Mrs. Supworth reported a Jew-
ish Community Center there, with
a permanent Conservative spirit-
ual leader. "It's difficult to ascer-
tain the site of tbe Jewish popula-
tion," she said, "and estimates
run between 40 and 100 famUies.
The high figure takes in those who
are presumably not affiliated with
the Center, as well as those who
may have intermarried."
According to Mrs. Supworth, ac-
tivities include a Sisterhood and
Hadasaah, and United Synagogue
affiliation is considered. "The at-
titude," she said, "may be sum-
med up simply. 'We don't live in
the South.' Oak Ridge inhabitants
can not even be said to be inte-
gration-minded. They are largely
from other, liberal-minded areas
of the country, where Negroes
have long attended schools with
whites."
But the need elsewhere through-
out the South to show the Jew in
a positive manner is indicative of
the Jewish fear that integration is
breeding a new type of anti-Semit-
ism. Mrs. Supworth found this to
be true, as well, during other re-
cent trips for the Anti-Defamation
League to Macon, Charleston, Sa-
vannah, Norfolk, Richmond and
Columbia.
ir NEVER RECIPROCATED
"It does little good to observe
that there is a free floating qual-
ity to prejudicethat if you do
nothing, you get caught in the
stream. Many Southern Jewish
communities are old and well-
established. Those that have not
yet integrated with the Gentile
community were getting close to
achieving such a status by tbe
time the thorny Supreme Court de-
cision appeared.
"They go to the same beauty
parlors with their non Jewish
neighbors. Their children attend
the same dancing schools. They
invited their Gentile friends to
weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, and the
like They tend to ignore the
fact that many of these invitations
are never reciprocated."
In Mrs. Supworth's view, "social
discrimination for tbe Jew varies
in tbe South, apart from personal
Jew-Gentile relations. On the one
hand, there are the separate coun-
try clubs. On the other, there is
-little prejudice in employment"
But, she admits, "this is because
Southern Jews are largely self-
employed." Whatever these varia-
tions in feelings, they all seem
desperately intent on showing
their neighbors a positive picture
of the Jew. How many moral sac-
rifices they are willing to make
toward this end only time can tell.

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For Center Program
ehl. 'he
of the
Mj* Jcme Evans, exeeaeve jwcihi
Setjnr!^ FeaercUoa :.:
Temple 1 hniiili M; .mausiia = ntatiai: lac distinguish
service iram the Jeerish Breafie lasamr* =c Amenrs to mark
the 23th anniverscrv cs bw jM "" ieoaecKUE:' as csi cffifff
and a liseaibei oi the exerurve ikuji rr toe rasnruie which
she is curreniiv serriag 3 treasurer Whan: .nest _crson .s
Mis. Leas L WaMa. nee presoezr re r lew-jEt 5ra_ie Ir-su-
tate. at its beodqaarters a New Varr Trr
Miami Beach Woman Ponders
Replies to Plea f
July 4 iu sat only the nation i
celebration of Inoeseaecece Hay.
Juh 4 was aiso a irilri ihlj in
weekend day on whore a Masse
(male plea of a fellow cruse*
be name of the inrlrernare c
rsail but \ery ire*
Mrs. Carol Strain Monteneri.
af Sunset Island No. ]. sat down
and addressed a letter to May-
shie Frtesiberg.. of IM LenOK
avt. Frtedbero. retired e*ctr>-
oan from Boston, Mass.. is hats
known hero for his ardent ph.-
lanttiropk efforts.
Dunng the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal czmpa-.gs each year. Mayshie
takes a Jesdane- role id bringing ta
Dade coast? Jewry the stary of
the dr;ve. tta goals and ambitions
When Israel Bond tune rolls
Md. be becomes jest as staunch
a ha one-mex plea for tke pur-
chase of bonds tc assist the Jewish
Staie achieve eronoauc seli-suffj-
oency For yean, he has assumed
'he personal cast of ?"ripr ad
verUsing in behalf o/ both drives.
sad it frequently seen in Miami
*6*eh caieteoas and on street
earners handing out explanatory
campaign Lteralure
Hi
re-
Dsir
(tan ob the nrnsriss of
Eased? event'
ya*e loo." Mitts* wrote.
- I am Mayskse a Jew.
of ear histary and ever
ready te serve sry peaple and Is-
I am selling the best and
bond m the werid It
is the State of Israel Bond."
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tfer Miami Jewish Coeamt>
Center da> camp* here
The instl according to Mr*
,-hmaa. chwnsaa of the
tee. are
i of a continuing pnrjram ua-
Jer the direction of trained and ex-
perienced social ae*p worker?
Each child has ao opporturu')
under the direction of trained staff
and counselors to enjoy summer
n and an experience in group
living
included r* Camp Kadrmah.
Southwest YMHA Branch, diret-
tor Harry Shorn is, heed ceun-
seter Herhert Jacobsort; Camp
Me-K a Bee Miami Y M H A
Branch, director David Eskenari.
head counselor Mrs. Judith Gold-
stein; Camp Hr, North County
YMHA Branch, director Donald
LaBelle. head counselor Miriam
Schemberq. Camp Shalom. Miami
Beach YMHA Branch, director
Arnold Pislcin, head counselor
Robert Chei.n.
At the Beach Branch Sunday
from 4 to 7 p.m.. Camp Shalom will
hold it' annual carnival on the
grounds of the Center. 1536 Bay rd
Proceeds will help scholarship chil-
dren go to camp.
Mrs. Robert Grossman ii chair
man of the day camp committee.
and Mrs Jerome Weiss is chair
maa of the carnival
Other members of the commit-
ia process of formation are the
Rep. Dante Fascell (left) looks on as Miami Beach at
Gershon Miller and Burnett Roth arm admitted to praccThi
foro the U.S. Supreme Court. Center is Mrs. Miller. Forg
admittance came June 29 in the office of the Clerk oi the]
preme Court.
Beach Rabbi Back From New York
Sueoested Mayshie:
Israel Bands, and I will five yeu
whale commission heerrh,
happiness, contentment and Jew-
ish pride. By burin* an Israel
Band, you will show your corv
tmued confidence and faith ia
he future af Israel. I am ewew-
"* veer cat) and shall be happy
*a visit 7041."
Rabbi Tiber Stem, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, has returned from an ex-
tended visit to New York.
During his stay, he attended the
annual convention of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America, and was
Mesdames Solomon Kann. Maurice ,con,inis>ioned ,0. ga,ht'r 'n!orma,
rry Vallen. William **t on c"'' he I pMsa
p Samct. Samuel Aben- S ate* ,,nd tanada for the Purpose
of publishing their correct names.
II as the names of the rivers
Bible at the sasaun
The Idle wild Airport Synaj
and "Did Ben-Gunon Err is
ing Arnnaaltsai to German
ha was
" Post of Jewish War
*nd Auxilian will bold
-.tr..
Mark- (3(0 VA 2Ttb ave M.am.
a bond
Fr**"l sed hts letter'to _
maey irienes and SSSJ)M a the
"- of -haaaes and jobs far *?
new Ismeha.-
Jly 4 was Indfpialiau Day.
Mrs. Mentasari read Mayshte's
leth ao^reased to her. The spe
1 Mm* evtmt" m hCT w
the recent engagement of her
danthter. Miaa Joyce Straus. Mrs.
Moataaari thoaght of the spmt of
Amenean iadeaeameace, and of its
^.eanmg to sKui Israel in ber
quest for a free future through the
purchase of bonds.
She sat doan and addressed a
Dear Mayshie. enclosed
please find check for Jl.080
In Miami it's
FLORIDA-FOREMOST
DAIRIES
for Home Delivery
Phone FR 4-2421
The ore.t name in dairy products
FRANK J. HOtT. Manage,
. I : eUman, Jamt-> Hse,
Iram Harris. Paul Willens. Ber-
nard Sele\ar. Harold Cotler and
Arnold R<
Camp Noar was to complete iu
anmial show Thursday evening.
Friday the camp will participate in
sn all-day outing at Hallandale
Beach.
At Camp Kadimah and Camp,
Ma-Ka Bee. special camp shows
and caratvajs 0avc takes place dur-
ing the past week
The cxmft are now preparmgi
orthe special programs of the"
second feur-n-eek period which wul
comnieriee Monday. Coordinating,
tnbuted by Bloch Publishing Com-
pany, arrangements for which he
completed during the trip.
Rabbi Stern was accompanied
b his ,fP They v.s.tcd stern
College for Women of Yesh.ra
ES?'1 ",herf ,he,r daughter.
RocheUe w,l| Pntrr a s,udenf
Iaie L A MT"" ,f ^
rort will begin
located in them.
Sack information i- imperative
in the legal documentation of Jew-
ish divorces." Rabbi Stern ex-
plained.
While in New York,
also an official wit of
Board of Orthodox Rahhis there
to assist ia sett.no. ua> an "Sirwv
-a formula .nvolvin, permi*-
"on to oeaarva the Saewaah.~
The Beth Jacob spiritual leader
said that such facilities wNl else
thartly ha Produced in Miami
Beach.
The Composition of the
Emanuel Tropp
fti Shohm Women Meet
Mrs Ban* E Kramer, vice
Jem of Temple Bcth Sholom
rhood. and Mrs. Juluis B .sha
Pro and Mrs Harry E Wolk mem-
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President of District 5 Women,
Gerald Soltz, Breaks Precedents
___________|
Mrs Gerald P. SolU was
[president of the Fifth Dis
B'nai B'rith Women in
ing as presided of -Miami
chapter of Hadassah, having also
served the Florida,region of Ha
last ej|Bhaahe broke Lgassah es treasurer and secreUur.
standing-precedents. for several years.
Mrs. Solta is a former president
of tie Southern region of Junior
Hadassah, and was the recipient
of a Jewish Agency scholarship to
the Summer Institute in Israel In
1052.
She has .served as a vice presi-
dent of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organisations of Dade
and Broward Counties and recent-
ly served as a Miami campaign
chairman in the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Mrs. Soltz is an elected mem-
ber of the board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, a member of the executive
committee of the B'nai B'rith
p0B
long-at*
the first District president
liami in 17 years. She also
dMlncttan of being the
president in the history
Fifth District, and the even
distinction of being the
It district prcaMt in the
history .of B'nai B'rfch
Mrs. SolU la-31, married,
,s two amaU children, Bon-
[and Howard,.4
Lscltt was founder and first
st of the Eleanor Roosevelt
of B'nai B'rith Women.
[past president of the B'nai
[Women's Council of South
founder and first preal-
tbe Naomi group of Hadas
Varied Program
For Children
PTA of Congregation Monticello
; Park has planned a varied pro-
j gram of summer activities for
children of the congregation's re-
ligious school.
I Progaana, includes bowling-, July
122: movies, July 29; Wax Museum,
I Aug. S; night baseball game, Aug.
' 12; and a surprise activity Aug. 19.
Children have thus far attended
the Seaquarium Wednesday, and
'are planning to watch a double-
header ball game Sunday at 12:30
p.m.
Summer Social Wednesday
First summer social of the sea-
son will be herd by the Hebrew
Academy Women Wednesday eve-
ning at the Sterling hotel. Mrs.
Samuel Farber is chairman. Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro, president, said
the social wilUahg the form of a
card party.
kd he Jsat completed serv- -Youth Organization, and of the
MKS. OfffAta MtrZ
| regional advisory board of the
I Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
I B'rith. She also serves on the
[board of the Jewish Vocational
[Service, the Federation of Jewish
Women's Organisations, and the
Sisterhood of Beth David Congre-
gation.
Miamians also elected to serve
at the District 5 women's meeting
were Mrs. Alfred Reich, first vice
president; Mrs. Bernard Supworth,
historian; and Mrs. Norman Rein-
hard, Mrs. Murray Lazarus, Mrs.
Frank Brandt and Mrs. Samuel
Neiberg, district service officers.
'Chkken-Que' Due Saturday
West Miami Post 223, Jewish
War Veterans, will hold a "ehick-
en-qae" in conjunction with the
Auxiliary Saturday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Katz. 424 SW 98th ave. In charge
of reservations is Mrs. Stanley
Gold.
lunchee* and Swim Party
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
bold a luncheon and swim party
Thursday, July 16, at Morningside
Pool. Mrs. S. Saul is sponsor of
the 11 a.m. affair.
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What's wrong with the women in Miami Beach1
Specifically, what's wrong with the hordes of mid-
dle-aged women who make up a large part of the
moie or less permanent hotel population of this area?
For almost a year now. my wife and I have been
living in one of these hotels that seem to attract
en like graft attracts politicians.
There are women here of every character and
. riptior. There are young women and old women;
B women and honv.'ly women: divorcees and
widows; bright women and dull, unimaginative wom-
en: women who have grown fat and rich by a sue-
( ;on of wealthy husbands: and women who have
.tilty making ends meet.
Basically, the only thing these disparate women
in common is a tragic -ense of loneliness and
t-angement. a hopeless feeling that the world is
pairing them by.
I know For night after night I see them hud-
. in groups around the hotel lobby exchanging
scraps of information and gossip, their eyes dull and
zed, wistfully hoping that some unattached man
v. enter the hotel lobby and bring cheer into their
dull. drab, wretched lives In short, 'hey are women
a ".out men and they are starved for companionship
and affection.
Troubles of Own Making
What is so typical of the hotel in which I reside
am sure, typical of virtually all such hotels on
I ( 3each.
It is not a pretty picture, this sight of normally
'getic women wallowing in the depths of despair.
'5 the picture even gloomier is that many
c these a >men are brunt and intelligent i
-h they are apparently content to lead complete-
:::les> and useless In
I can understand the kmeUnesa of these aban-
d and estranged women, and I deeply sym-
ze with their plight. Bat many of their troubles
of their own making, for which they must as-
e responsibility.
For one thing, they have failed to develop any
interest in either people, ideas, or in what
sea for culture. They know little about the world
toks and less about the world of music. Manv
of them have never seen the inside of an art
museum
In short their lives even before they arrived at
their present forlorn state were essentially shallow,
and empty, devoid of interest in anything but them
selves. A feeling of kinship with common humanity [
eluded them, a need of being of service to those Un-
fortunate completely escaped them.
Today these desolate women are almost com
ple'ely obsessed with the notion that only through
marriage to an eligible husband can they be saved
and their lives made meaningful. What arrant Don
e. As if marriage wire some magic potion
which would solve all their emotional ills tad
ments.
Avoiding a Useful Life
Some of the loneliest women I have known are
married and some of the unhappiest. too No. mar
riage by itself is no solution to the deep emotional
and spiritual problems that afflict these women.
For what they suffer from most of all is pure,
unadulterated selfishness, a complete disinterest in
any one or anything outside their narrow little orbit.
What a tragic waste of woman power. Instead
of losing themselves in useful work, instead of for-
getting their troubles by helping others, these women
tend to become more and more self-centered and
neurotic, candidates for psychiatrists and psycho-
analysts, tranquilizers and sleeping pills.
There are hospitals here in Miami that are in
desperate need of volunteer workers; there are social
agencies which can use additional help; and there
are synagogues and temples which would be de-
lighted to utilize their talentsbut these women
avoid such places as if they contained an assorta
oi plagues.
Instead they sit in the lobbic : ires of hotels
on Miami Beach feeling sorry for themselves
hoping against desperate hope that someday, some
how. somewhere they will meet an eligible husband
who will propose marriage and support them in the
Style to which they would like to become accustomed.
This is their idea of the full life This is their
vision of heaven. God help us ali
JQirths in OHi
Civic projects and programs
benefitting the community will re-
ceive "positive action'' by the
new i beard ol the Prest-
dents' Council of Miami Beach.
according to Leonard Glasser.
newly elected president who pre-
sided over the Council meeting
th; week.
Glasser announced the appoint-
head an action committee to work
with the project chairman of 40
cent births at Mt. S;nai Hos-
prtal include the following
Sob born to Rabbi and Mrs Da-
vid Lehrfield June 30.
laughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Alexander June
E n born to Dr. and Mrs How-
ai Gordon June 29.
S n born to Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
Kurchner June 29.
lighter born to Mr. ind Mrs
rner June 28.
born to Mr. and Mr- Arnold
June 26.
born to Mr. and Mrs Theo-
Miller June 26.
born to Mr. and Mrs. Law-
l -lune 23.
I aughter born to Mr. and Mrs
iman June 22.
born to Mr. and Mrs Mark
ram June 21.
- .lushter born to Mr. and Mr-.
tanti
, Irvin Miller June 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Schenk June 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mr-
Stan Peariman June 19.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Mur-
ray Berger June 24.
Son horn to Mr. and Mrs Martin
Borkan June 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvev
Reich June 13.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs Harrv
oerg June 13.
born to Mr and Mrs. Bur-
ton Farbcr June 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Alan Schrold June 10.
Son born to Mr. and Mr-. Melvin
Paul June 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mr-
Irving Backrow June 6.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mr-
Marvin Liberstein June 8.
Biscayne federal Buys Land
Biscayne Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. has just purchased a
third parcel of land near its main
office at 1790 Biscayne blvd The
property is located at 266 N.F
18th st. immediately behind the
institution, and will be used fo,-
additional parking. Biscayne Fed
eral. which announced a four per
cent interest rate for the savin a
Period from July 1 to De,
1959. also maintains a Nortl
Branch at NW 27,h ave. an,:
st. President is E. Albert Pallor
happyThei
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Mc. frequency, has recently been installed in the fronl dj
of the Jack Tar hotel in the Keys, Marathon Shores. Flo,,
cording to general manager Michael A. Byrne. Believed |
the only hotel in the country equipped with this facility, I
Tcr maintains continuous contact by radio telephone with!
growing number of planes using the 8.0CO-ft. airstrip adieu
the hotel. Weather information is transmitted by the use (
wind scope giving wind directions and velocity. A fuel I
providing 80/87 -100' 130 octane gas is available on the:
There are no landina or tie-down fees.
Civic Projects May Benefit
member organizations of
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Vice president L. A (Dec,]
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"civic calendar," which \il
it possible for orgamzal
schedule meetings and
in advance, without re
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r July 10, 1959
.^__i in
Jers Mark
. Anniversary
rating their 60th wedding
ary are Mr. and Mm.
im Tester; ( 8885 Byron
(iami Beach. They were
in Odessa, Russia, on July
[occasion will be marked by
tily dinner Friday evening
Fontainebieau hotel.
land Mrs. Tesler came to the
States in 1906, and settled
mta, Ga., where Mr. Tesler
ii-'a manufacturer. The eou-
tired in IMS, and moved to
Beach.
Herman (Rose) Mechlowiti,
mi Beach, is among the
five daughters who will
elebrate the 60th anniver-1
Kent. Also due at the family
are Mr. and Mrs. Isaac i
Kadis, Goldsboro, N. C,
Dd Mrs. William (Fayge) E.s-
ISavannah, Ga. Mr. and Mrs.
(Sarah) Mink, Wilson, N. I
id Mr. and Mrs. Robert:
de) Baer, Dunn, N. C.
daughter-in-law,, Mrs. Jack
is traveling from Fayette-
C, also to be at the event.
i-uple have 16 grandchildren
(tie great-grandchild.
a1 '.....
}8cr Federal
sws Increases
,!i r Federal Savings, which
fur business just three and
If years ago, recorded the
highest increase in savings,
a 1 savings and loan associa-
Dade county in the fiscal
ihich ended June 30, accord-j
an announcement this week. |
savings and loan association !
ichieved the fourth highest ta-
in assets ia Dade county
the same period.
only associations surpas-
loqlor Fodoral were thSSI
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Long-Time Zionist Taking Messages
aw *hd mis nsuff
Bill to Moke
Many Tots Pay
JERUSALEM-(JTA)A bill to
pay government allowances, rang-
ing from six Israeli pounds per
month to ten pounds, to all fami-,
lies with four children or more,
was introduced in the Parliament I
here this week. The measure,
sponsored by the Ministry of La-
bor, and approved by the Cabinet's
economic committee, would go in-
to effect Nov. 1, and would co*t
the Government 7,700,000 pounds a
year, if adopted.
All Israelis with families of four
or more children would benefit.
The assumptions underlying the!
proposed legislation are that the
average worker is able to provide
for a family with no more than
three children, and that the mother j
of a family with more than three
children is unable to supplement j
the family's income, being too
busy to bold a Job because of the
burden of caring for her children.
The new benefits would go to all
families eligible because of the
number of children, regardless of
whether the bead of the family is
employed or unemployed, and re-
gardless of whether the family is
rich or poor.
The bill is quite certain to pass
Parliament, although there may
be criticism levelled against the
Government for presenting the bill
on the eve of national elections.
If enacted, increased payments to
the Insurance Fund would go into
effect in October, so that the new
allowances would be paid begin-
ning Nov. 1.
A Mismi Beach man will short-
ly be traveling Jo Israel, and he
is taking along with him many
messages given to him by friends
and neighbors for delivery on
his arrival in the Jewish State.
He is Jack Alexander, of 2421
Lake Pancoast dr. Alexander
came here from Israel in De-
cember, 1957 due to his wife's
grave illness.
He was hern in London and ed-
ucated at the City of London
School and Queen's College, Ox-
ford. At tho ego ef 24, he went
to South Africa te become a lec-
turer in classics at Rhodes Uni-
varsity College, Grahematown.
In 1918, he accepted a post there
in English and philosophy at
Witwaterstrand University.
A year later, Alexander was
appointed secretary of the South
Africa Zionist Federation. His
Zionist affiliations date back to
his student days at Oxford. He
was editor of the "Zionist Rec-
ord" during his first five years
JACK AUXANDU
far the caasa
of sen-ice as secretary of the
Federation.
In 1944, on the completion of
25 years of service wHu the Zion-
ist Federation, Alexander set-
tled in Israel, where he frequent-
ly broadcast from Jerusalem ra-
dio during the Mandate. Until ho
came to Miami Beach, he was
heard several times weekly over
Kol Zion Lagolah.
Alexander will bo leaving Mi-
ami Beach July 31 to spend a
month with family in London.
Front there, he flies to Israel for
a two-month stay to wind up his
business affairs there.
Since coming to Greater Mi-
ami, he has spoken before many
Zionist groups, as well as at
Combined Jewish Appeal func-
tions.
Loaded down with messages to
family and friends in Israel that
have been given him by his many
acquaintances here, Alexander
said "I'd be happy to take back
even more," adding in typical
Oxonian English: 'It's all for
the cause, you know."
Farband Cites Frankfurter for Public Service
AIM. MABUS
fablishod in the early IMO's.
announcement said.
rirst Federal, the nation's oldest
Mutton of its type, increased its
tags $18 million, and Coral
rles Federal was second with al-
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A new group will shortly be add-
ed to the Miami Beach chapter of
Hadassah.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, chapter
president, said this week that the
11th group is now in the process of
formation .and a member bring a-
membcr luncheon will be held
Monday. 10:30 a.m., at the home of
Mrs. Aaron Tepper. president pro
tern. 1545 Cleveland rd.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, pres-
ident of the Florida region of Ha-
dassah, who -recently returned
from a trip to Israel, will discuss
"Hadassah and the American Jew-
ish Woman."
WASHINGTON-Justice Felix
Frankfurter, of the United States
Supreme Court, was the recipient
last week of the second an
nual Fjrband Award for Distin-
guished Public Service, according
to an announcement by Louis Se-
gal, general secretary of the Far-
oand. The award was pre-
sented to Justice Frankfurter at a
ceremony in his chambers in the
Supreme Court building.
The text of the citation pays
tribute to Justice Frankfurter as
one "who embodies the highest
democratic ideals of the American
and Jewish traditions; who exem-
plifies the Jewish unity of law and
ethics; and combines, in his out-
standing service as a Justice of
the United States Supreme Court,
rare humanitarianism with pro-
found legal erudition."
Segal psintaf out that tho Par-
hand has long admired Justice
Frankfurter "as a man, as s Jew
and as one of the outstanding le-
gal minds our nation has pro-
duced.
Justice Frankfurter completed
20 years of service on the Supreme
Court earlier this year, having
been appointed to the court in Jan-I
uary. 1939 by President Franklin
D. Roosevelt after a distinguished, Times for that newspaper's "out-
career as a lawyer and prpfessor standing coverage of Israel and
at Harvard law school. Middle Eastern affairs and its en-
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innouncement. ^*^Bsat
bled its savings. Savings increased
from $10,263,000 to $30,871,000, an
increase of 101.4 percent.
During the same period, its
assets increased from $12,894,479
to $34,472,759), an Increase of 93.4
percent
Howover, Paul M. Marks, pros-
Mar* ef Flee*or odaral said
he source ef greaoaet satisfac-
tion to officers and sttroctors hoe
not boon more prowth Itself "but
the fact that the iMdMing ef re-
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Reserves, the accumulation of
profits set aside for the protection
of savers, increased 121.5 percent,
from $388,589 to $880,805.
In disclosing Flagler Federal's
continued high rate of growth,
Marks disagreed with some top
savings and loan executives and
some builders "who contend that
the new 4 percent dividend rate
will run up the rates and costs of
mortgage financing.
The 4 percent dividend on sav
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Survey Shows Ageq
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Mock wedding scene was presented by the Aged, recently at Douglas Gardens. The pro-
Greater Miami Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the gram honored Father's Day.
Zionist Leader Affirms Policy Based on Unity
NE'.V YORK-We see no jusu-
CcatHO in effecting a complete
separation between us and our fel-
low General Zionists in Israel or
from our councils,
especially :n view of the fact that
it would run counter to the
m of relationship in all
other Zionists groupings. Labor
Zionists. Karachi and Bet
igtS.
That uas our position last year
and that u our position today."
declared Dr Emanuel Neumann,
president of the World Confedcrr-
tion of General Zionists, upon his
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown-
stein. 620 Michigan ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, sail on a tropical
cnuse to the West Indies
aboard the SS Evangeline out
of Miami. The Brownsteins
enjoyed the recent 10-day ad-
venture on the high seas, as
well as their shore excursions
in foreign ports, including
Port Antonio, Kingston. Ciu-
dad Trujillo. San Juan, and
St. Thomas. Virgin Islands.
receBt return from the sessions of
the Zionist Actions Committee and
the Jewish Agency Executive 1iekl
in Jerusalem.
Dr. Neumann made nil state-
ment "at a press conference con-
vened by the head office of the
World Confederation in the Stat'cr
Hotel here. Referring to rumors
regarding the position of the
World Confederation of General
Zionists in relation to other
group-. Dr. Neumann said:
"I must state categorically that
there have been no negotiations
whatsoever between the two
Confederations. The question of
a possible reunification of the
two Confederations was not even
upon (he agenda of our execu-
tive meetings. There are those
who continue to advocate the
idea of a diaspora-based Confed-
eration and the exclusion of Is-
raeli groups. I made our position
clear in a carefully prepared
statement at the meeting of the
Actions Committee last year,
which was widely publicized at
the time."
Mentioning "the complete fail-
ure of the so-called American Jew-
ish League for Israel." the Zionist
leader pointed out that "its pro-
moters and organizers had hoped
to attract considerable numbers of
the unaffiliated or non-party Zion-
ists. At the Actions Committee
meetings. Dr. Nahum Goldmann
repeatedly stated that Ibil attempt
of the League has failed and ex-
pressed his disappointment. The
doors of the ZOA are. of course
wide open for the Zionist members
of the League to return to the fold
and they would be welcome. bV
this cannot be achieved through
the sacrifice of principles.
"At the meetings of our Confed-
eration in Jerusalem." I)r Ne
mann continued, "reports were
rendered by General Zionist lead-
ers from all parts of the world "
including countries of Euror*.
South America and Austria, and
I was pleased to note the growing
strength of our forces There is
every indication that e will come
to trie m \- Z. r>: 0 ngri ltn
a larger delegation than in the
past u- perhaps even more
important, the ideal- of General
Zionism v hich we have maintained
for decade- are gaining increased
acceptance throughout the Jewish
worldin I-rael as in the Diaspo-
ra."
Turning to organizational prob-
lems of the World Zionist move-
ment. Dr. Neumann said that
"the deliberations of the World
Zionist Actions Committee were
conducted on a high level and in
a constructive spirit. Decisions
taken were, on the whole, posi-
tive and fruitful. The budget of
tfte Jewish Agency was dealt
The rc^nizational .and consti-
tutional questions were the prin-
cipal subject of debate. I would
say a few words about them by
way of comment and clarification.
I regard the final elimination
of the double shekel for Israel
Zionists as a positive constructive
achievementsomething which uc
General Zionists have advocated
and fought for over the years. The
double representation for Israeli
Zionuts involved the definite pos-
sibility that within another decade
the Zionist Congress would be
composed, in large majority, of
Israelis thus turning it into a' kind
of a Knesset No 2.
30 Yean Ago This Week
Condition. The apparent prefer-
ence of American Jews for Coo
servaiive and Reform affiliation ii
menacing the earning capacity and
even the livelihoods of older mem-
hers of the American Orthodox
rabbinate, delegates to the annual
convention of the Union of 0
dox Rabbis of the United S
and Canada were told at Be
N J-. this week.
\KW voKK- of Jewish homes for the aged are
generally older than in previous
year*, live longer, are subject to
man tfllMDta and require an in-
creasing amount of medical care
run These are among the
r findings of the National
of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds on
needt of residents of
for the aged.
The report was issued here
\ Dr Franz Goldmann. director
of the fnuryear study on coordi-
nation of community health -er\
;udy is sponsored by the
CJFWF and is financed by a grant
from the United States Public
Health Service.
The findings r based on a
survey of five Jewish homes for
the aged, four of them in the
United States and the fifth in
Canada, selected from the 7i
homes for the aged under Jewish
auspices throughout the United
States and Canada. These pro-
vide quarters for a total of 11,-
1*7 residents.
Arteriosclerosis and mental im-
pairment were found to be the
most widespread ailments afflict-
ing the ai:ed. The greatest scourge,
Dr, dcildmann declared, was men-
tal impairment, ranging from loss
ni mental vigor to extreme defi-
ciences At the four homes in the
I tailed States almost 70 percent of
all infirmary patients were men-
lalfc confused. The Canadian
home, in Toronto, accommodated
their mentally confused residents
in a special section
The study revealed that the av-
erage age of the residents had
risen to 80 years Dr. Goldmann
said tfii. || similar to the age level
in non-sectanan homes and in
some foreign countries particu-
larly England The women out-
number the men bv over 50 per-
cent
Two crucial questions raised by
the study are: To what extent can
the .Jewish homes for the aged as-
sume responsibility for the care
ot the mentally impaired without
neglecting the needs of other ad-
jng residents' And how can an ex-
tended psychiatric service be or-
ganized and financed?
The financial problems created
by the increasing health needs of
'he residents are likely to grow
more serioui ,he fu
Goldmann declared. The average
age in the homes will most likely
*5VJS5ar
WTW for adequate institutional
CW for more people w,.h pro.
Wd ,,.,, or S).ni(us
The residents cannot he
ed to absorb the resultaJ
in costs, he said The H
conditions of the resided
vealed hy the Murh/^T
dependence on both mm
ance and Old Age
ane. rorty percent are ,
by public assistant
cent receive OASI or the c
equivalent.
Very few had Mippir^,
comes from investments
vate pensions and in aimed
instance OASI payments <
plemented by payments from
sources, mostly public aaf
This added to the findings'
study which stressed the
ance of adequate public a*,
and especially of improve.
of payment to homes for tfc
which actually perform the
lions of highly developed
homes. Dr. Goldmann deel
The Council of JewuQ I,
lions and Welfare Funds,
national association of i*
crations and welfare funA
senUng more than 800
communities throughout tl.
ted States and Canada. The*
tral communal organu
nually raise the bulk of
Jewish philanthropic fund*.
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pitch Henderson Mounts UM Podium
[jCoftSL: conductor pianist, Symphony will also b. heard in
Jan Sibelius' "Finland la," Hm
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Skitch Henderson, one of the
country's outstanding radio and
television peraonalities, mounts
the Pops podium for his third re-
turn engagement Sunday evening
at the air conditioned Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Henderson, who appeared here
last season and also in 1950. will
conduct the University of Miami
Summer Symphony on a "Parisian
and Bavarian Musical Holiday"
Richard M. Nixon (center), wife of the Vice President of
United States, is shown with Mrs. Abba Ebon, wife of Is-
I'g Ambassador, at a Bon Voyage luncheon for Mrs. Eban
jnsaied by the Women's Division of the Washington. D.C.
iroittee ier State oi Israel Bonds. Chairman of the luncheon
Mrs. Joseph Cherner (right), national chairman oi the Is-
Bond Women's Division. Leaders of the Washington Ie-
Bond drive joined the wives of nine ambassadors in say-
"Shalom" to Mrs. Eban, who recently returned to srael
her husband.
"Bolero" by Ravol, and the
"Poor Gynf Suite No. 1," by ld-
vard Grieg.
Henderson, musical director of
the National Broadcasting Com-
pany, recently returned from a
highly successful engagement as
guest conductor of the London
Philharmonic Orchestra.
Though he was born in England,
tour. He will also appear as his Henderson spent most of his boy-
flu n r\ia>nn xnlm.t \ .~r___ *
Continued frem Pea* 11
the Beach, sod Mrs. Edwin (Dorothy> Qppenheim Is beck, home
(nting gales of mask you notes to her many friends who sent
eet well" cards ... Mr. and Mrs. Mark R .Rubinshe's the
jirmer Susan Talianoffback from their honeymoon in Puerto
jco and ihe Virgin Islands, and have moved into their new apart-
left at 6MB Santona, Coral Gables Mark's with the law firm
Tobin, Tobin, Rubin end Salmon .
Seen at Jack Tar's in Marathon Keys over the July 4 week-
id were Mr. and'Mrs. Eugene Helman Mr. and Mrs. A. Salz-
lar. and Mr. sad Mrs. A. Wohlgepiuth are vacationing at Dun-
raggan Inn, Hendersonvilh?, N.C. .
Many out-of-town relatives were at the wedding of-Sandra
skr.lsky and Dr. Malcolm Weiss, who were married last Sunday
l the Seville hotel Guests from New York and Long Island
irr. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan "Yoss, Mr. and Mrs Charles Yoss, Mr.
}nd Mrs. Harry Yoss, sod Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yoss and daughter
innette. who was msid of honor Prom Westchester, NY..
ime Mrs. Leu Lenoff ... Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wagner and
Heir two daughters. Andrea sad Sandi, Long Island, attended, as
veil as Mr. sad Mrs. Ben Raye and their two daughters, ef Los
tngeles. Calf., who made the trip to Miami Beach especially for
wedding Sen U the brother, of -Mrs. Kenneth bekoUky.
lother of (he bride The Wagners, incidentally, are staying
as houseguestsef Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss, of Lakeviaw dr.,
l room's parents.
< c < > > >
Mr. end Mrs. Jesse Pearl marked their teeth wedeinc aaan-
i-ersarv July 3 Jesse is hand director of the Henry H. Filer
Junior High School ... He, wife Seaanoe and their three children,
:arol Diana*. Steven Lee.nnd Jeffrey Alan, live at 371 NW 37Hi
Ier Miami Springs /Off to Bockville Center. N.Y., Friday for
visit With-family is Temple Jades staffer Mrs. Ethel Ehrlich
. From there, the goes to Grossinger, N.Y., tor a ten-dey vaca-
tion before roturnutg to Coral Gables Mrs. S. J. Spector
ported a lovely deep purple orchid on a Mee dress Saturday
night in the .Eden Roc casd soon .
Rev. Philip Bruntraer. of the Grsnd Synagogee and Cejtural
Tenter, was ajooag principal guests at a Hevaaa country club
reception tendered by the Unisted States Ambassador to Cuba in
ronvnamoration of American Independence Saturday evening .
taul Caitro represented the government at the reception, briefly
(exchanging his olive drabs for sharp civilian garb .
Prof. Charles D. Arnold, of Monterrey, Mex. is at the Algiers
el Quiet and unassuming, be has organized and created
eight institutes for the education of underprivileged children in
Mexico Originally, from Canada where his family are tobacco
people, be chose to travel to Mexico to establish his educational
[program ."He launched his first institute in Chihuahua IS years
ago Prof. Arnold u on his way to Europe and Israel after the
Algiers visit ... He returns to Monterrey in shout three months.
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iQuarter Century Club el the B. Manieehewirs Company, manu-
[tocturexs^ Kosher foods, installs two new members. Receiving
Jtheir gold watches and(piasof metnbetahlp from William B.
Manischewltx. treasurer ol the firm, who acted as toastmaster
<<*). are (left) D, Beryl McmistrftewfaX can^mton of the
board, and Bernard Manischewits, president ot the company.
own piano soloist.
"The Parisian Monday'
moot includes Vornen Dufce't
"April in Paris," Richard Red-
sors' "Mimi," and Lovinuy's
"La Vie En Rose." The "Bavar-
ian Holiday" soiectiono will fee-
tor a Pranx Labor's papular
"Yours is My Heart Atone" end
Anton Kara*' "Thomo from the
Third Man" movie. Tho Summer
hood in the U.S. midwest. His
I early musical training came from
| a variety of teachers. In 1938, he
toured with Judy Garland on the
| theatre circuit ending in Holly-
wood. He later studied conducting
under Albert Coates at NBC.
For nearly a decade he has been
! conducting for radio and televi-
sion programs seen snd heard on
NBC He hss been musical direc
SKtrCN MfNOKSON
tor of the popular "Steve Allen"
! Show for several seasons, and he
I is currently heard on NBC's Teat-
I work .Time" show on radio.
In addition to his NBC duties,
Henderson has Just been appointed
: musical director of the Scranton
(Pa.) Philharmonic Orchestra for
\ a three-year period.*
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
t the close of business, June 30,1959
ASSETS
Car* aad US. Governnwnt Bends.....................I 15,*8e\S47.83
First Mortgage Loans................................
Ceovoanenal Leans......... g ?3,48ft,8.9a
VA Guaranteed Loans....... *OfiO<*39JH
F.H.A. Inewed Loena....... 4,190,442,33
TOTAL First Mortgage Loans.................... 97,966311.09
Loans on Savings Accounts........................... 57,35337
Federal Heaps Lean Bank Stock....................... 1,479,900.00
Office sanaenhsw aajsripspant and Parsing lets.......... 5,334,153.43
Other Astiti........................................ SanVJSfr.OS
TOTAL ASSETS.........................1130,413^96.65
LIABILITIES
Federal Home Loan Bank -
Loans in Process.....
Othw Liabilities.......

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For Mrs. Berman
ddina vows were exchanged
at -.ne Seville hotel Sunday noon.
Ju 5. by Joan Barbara Edelstein
an Gershon "Bud" Berman Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Herbert Edelstein. 2281
SV. :9th ter. A Miami High grad-
sbe attended the University
of Alabama and the University of
Miami, where she was a member
of Phi Sigma Tau sorority.
1 e groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Let Berman. 9T0 NE 174th St.. for-
n y of Eau Claire. Wis attend-
ee University of Wisconsin.
is now a.student at the Uni-
\er .ty of Miami affiliated with
7- Beta Tau fraternity
".: e bnde ore a white embroid-
< silk organdy gown over taf-
i featuring a V-shaped neck
1 basque bodice and full-hooped
skirt with embroidered rose de-
sigr. at the bottom Her imported
.llusion fingertip-length veil
v i attached to a crown of pearls.
Sh-- earned a Bible covered with
v orchids and stephanotis.
- Leonard Tuper was matron
of ionor for her sister. Merton
an. of Chicago. 111., was bes*
mar for his brother. Ushers m-
c ed Myron and Fred Berman.
c his brothers, and Leonard
Tur.er. the groom's brother-in-
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t-of-towa guests included Mr
ftfl Mr- Myron Berman. Chica
Mrs Louis Grossman and son.
Minneapolis: Mr and Mrs
Si itl Edelstein. grandparents.
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Mrs. Macy Shapiro. Mrs John
Walroth. Miss Jo-Ann Walroth.
and Miss Nanci Edman. New York
'."::>. and Mrs. Charles Pichenik
and daughters Linda and Marjo-
ne. York. Pa.
After a Florida honeymoon. Mr
and Mrs. Berman will reside at
the University of Miami.
Miss Gordon Picks Peau de Soie
7 rcelona hotel Sunday. July 5.
>: the site of wedding vows ex-
i ged by Miss Brenda Gordon
m Jay Alexander Toe bride is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
t'- Gordon. 9072 Dickens ave.
groom's parents are Mr. and
Frank Alexander. 1020 Pean-
B] ania ave.
rjbbi Isaac Ever officiated at
5 pm. ceremony. Matron of
- was Mrs Rosalind Gettis
Strand. Doris Turtle and
Rothenberg were brides-
m: If
I iffy Meyers acted as best man.
Bob Molko. Bill Newton and
Hops were ushers.
"i -.e bnde chose a floor-length
- a of peau de soie with alencon
iacr, long sleeves and scoop neck-
She carried white orchids on
hite Bible.
- ewlywed Mrs Alexander grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
Gail Elise Richman became Mrs.
Ernest W. Andich in 1 P->- "'
mon.es Sunday. July 5. at the A
giers hotel. Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiated.
The bnde is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Richman. 737
Paradiso ave Coral Gables The
groom's parents are Mr and Mrs
Jack M Andich. Rock Island. Ill
Matron of honor was Mrs. David
Goldsmith, the groom's sister.
Shan Richman was maid of honor
for her sister Flower girls were
Davi Ellen Richman. the bnde'-.
sister, and Dava Ann HerskowiU.
the bride s cousin.
U. Gerald S. Bush was best
man Ushers included Marshall S.
Major and Marshall Andich. the
groom's cousin
The bnde chose a princess style
white silk organza gown featunns
a bodice and sleeves of alencon
lace and sabnna neckline The fin-
gertip veil of illusion was attached
to a headpiece of organza. She ear-
ned a cascade bouquet of white
orchids and tuberoses.
New 1) wed Mrs. Andich is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School She attended the Univer-
sity of Alabama, and graduated
from the University of Miami,
where she belonged to Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority.
The groom attended Rock Island
schools. St. Ambrose College at
Davenport. la., and graduated
from the University of Miami,
where he was affiliated with Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity. He served
with the US Marines
Luncheon followed the cere
mony. After a honeymoon spent in
Havana, the couple will be at home
at 2920 SW 27th ave Miami.
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Miss Solloway
Weds Engineer
Miss Judith S. Solloway and El-
liott B. Kleiman were married on
July 3. in a small ceremony in the
study of Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. of North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter.
The new Mrs. Kleiman is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Solloway. 152 South Shore dr.. Mi-
ami Beach. Her groom is the son
r>f Mrs. Milton Kleiman. South
Shore dr.. and the late Mr. Klei-
man.
After a brief honeymoon m Nas-
sau. the couple will reside at
B 2914 Lane st. Camden. N. J
where Mr Kleiman i, employed
as an electrical engineer at Um
RCA plant there.
Elwitt, Mozur Exchange Vows
Miss Marcia Mazur. daughter of Cornell University, and retes]
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mazur,, his Master's degree from tat
White Plains, N. Y., was married versity of Michigan.
June 21 to Sanford H. Elwitt, son Out-of-town guests lor the si
of Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt..ding were Rabbi and Mrs. La
9289 Dickens ave. Surfsidc. in the Engelberg. of the Taylor |J
Temple Israel Center of White Synagogue. Cleveland Heights!
Plains Rabbi Max Gelb officiated where Mr. Elwitt was Bar Man]
at the double ring ceremony. and confirmed: Dr. and Mrvl
Given in marriage by her fa-' riel Eisenberg. New York Mr J
ther. the bride wore a gown of Mr*. Max Leroer and sons ftl
white nylon tulle and chantilly neapolU. Minn; Mr. and Jin
lace, embroidered with seed pearls Mandel. Cleveland. Mr and
and sequins A Juliet cap of match- Andrew Stark, Los Angeles, i,
ing lace held the illusion veil. She and Mr. and Mrs. Bela Stark,]
carried a prayer book with stepha burgh. Pa
nolis l.ly-of-the-yalley and white rht ^^ ^ Uve
orch"ls !n.Y.. where the groom is.
Mrs. Raymond Kuby. of Chica- ing- assistant in history at
go. 111., sister of the bride, was University and candidate
maid of honor. Joseph C. Segor. dctol* degree.
of Coral Gables, was best man
Mrs Elwitt is an honor gradu-
ate in English from Cornell Uni-
versity She was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa. Mr. Elwitt is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High School.
MffS. lit AUXANCtS
School and the Florida College of
Medical Technology
The groom graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and th?
Lniversity of Miami. He is a me-
chanical engineer.
Reception followed the ceremony
Beth Am Swim Party
JuT^ f TempU Be,h Am
will hold a membership sjm par.
Mr rdV ;" the home of
in,K fcrnh*rd Spiegel. 5940 SW
100th ter. Mrs. Morton Schoen is
chairman of the affair
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THIS week's fashion story con-
cerns a very special shop
that caters to a very select cli-
entele. You can't buy your way
iyou have to grow your way
in. A yardstick Is the determin-
ing factor in the decision as to
i ho the customers are.
The Tall Fashion Shops locat-
i-il in- Miami and Ft. Lauderdale
vive opened a new store at 2604
'once de Leon blvd.. Corar Ga-
|bles. These stores carry clothes
fur Rirls who arc five feet seven
and over. Don't despair because
you measure a full six feet, and
dresses are usually above your
knees.
Instead of dropping your hem
every time you buy a dress, and
slumping over so the waistline
won't look so uncomfortably
highjust go over to the Tall
Fashion Center.
Tall fashions are every bit as
fashionable as regular sizes, but
they are cut on different lines.
Shoulders are cut fuller; the
Typical at the fashionable
cocktail dresses available for
ill giils. The soft chiffon is
iraped to flatter the figure,
ind the hemline is long
?nough to come to the middle
if the calf, where hemlines
ire suDooeed to end.
Kan-, Friedler
In Miami Vows
In a double ring candlelight cer-
emony on Sunday, July 5, at Tem-
ple Zion in Miami, Miss Joyce
Renee Friedler. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Friedler, 3538 SW
1st ave., Miami, became the bride
of Gerald J. Karr, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman R. Kooperman, 701
Surfside blvd. Rabbi Altred Wax-
man, officiated at the 5 p.m. rites.
Decor of the wedding was ear-
ned out in pink and white. Best
man was Robert Kurland, and ush-
ers were Arthur Goldberg and
Paul Bast.
Maid of honor was Sandy Fried-
ler, sister of the bride. Brides-,
maids were Helen Goldberg and;
Mavis Goldstein. Jean Kurland!
was in charge of the guest book.
The bride selected a traditional.
ballerina-length wedding gown,
featuring fitted bodice, imported
chantilly lace and tulle, illusion
neckline with stand-up collar, long
sleeves to a wrist point and bouf-
fant skirt
A reception and bouffet dinner
followed at the temple banquet
hall.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School. Mr. Karr was
a student at Penn State College.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Mexico City and
Acapulco. Upon their return, they
will make their home on Miami
Beach.
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from the neck to the waist
is longer; and from the waistline
to the hemline the much desired
Inches are added. Sleeves are
cut a little longer, so that a short
sleeve does not become a cap
sleeve. Pockets are cut to pro-
portion, io that the tall girl actu-
ally looks like she belongs in the
dress.
* e e
QNI of the most important
v aspects of being properly
fitted is the effect it has on the
tall girl's personality. She can
finally stand up straight, hold
her head high, and be proud of
each and every inch, confident in
the knowledge that she is cor-
rectly and becomingly dressed.
The new Coral Gables store is
tailored especially for the col-
lege girl and features many
back-to-school fashions. Not only
are the clothes scaled to size, but
so U the shop. Dresses are hung
higher, with hooks out of reach
of the shorties, and even the
dressing rooms are oversized.
Top swim suit and sportswear
manufacturers have been pre-
vailed upon to cut their best
numbers in longer lengths. Rose
Marie Reid and Core of Califor-
nia are but two of the many well
known designers whose collec-
tions are available at the Tall
Fashion Shops.
The official "Miss Tall Miami"
contest is sponsored by this
shop. It's open to any girl who
is five feet eight and over. This
year's contest will be held some
time in January.
Harmony Chanter Party
Paid-up membership party will
be given by Harmony chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women Tuesday eve-
ning at the Washington Federal
Savings Loan Assn., 1133 Norman-
dy -dstr Normandy Isle. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Reich,
president-elect of District 5, B'nai
B'rith Women. Guests will also
meet Mrs. Norman Reinhard, new
service officer.
I
All-Day Splash Party
An all-day family splash party
for the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will take place*
July 19 at the home of Hymas*
Kirsner, 2842 Natoma st., Coconu*-
Grove. Mrs. David Guttenmacher
and Mrs. Sylvan Pawliger are co-
chairman of the affair.
Miss Miami Beach. Ellen
Severson, is a full five feet
ten. A Charm model she is
wearing a swim suit cut to
full length.
Dr. Orliashy Gets Award
NEW YORKDr. Harry M. Or-
linsky, professor of Bible at He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, has been award-
ed the National Jewish Welfare
Board Frank L. Weil Award for
distinguished contributions to ttaa-
development of Americas Jewish,
culture. Dr. Orlin.sky, author of
"Ancient Israel," a short history
of the societies that produced the*
Bible, was the sole Jewish mem-
ber of the committee of scholar*
which in 1952 produced the Re-
vised Standard Version of the Oldt
Testament for the Federation oT
Churches.
Siegel. Ruskin Will Live Here
Marian R. Ruskin and Robert S.
Siegel exchanged wedding vows
Sunday, July 5. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated in the 5 p.m. rites
at Temple Emanu-El.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris L. Ruskin, 1622
SW 21st St.. Miami. The groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Siegel, 2321 N. Bay rd., Miami
Beach.
Maid of honor was Miss Susan
D. Ruskin. Jack Siegel was best I
man. Ushers included David Siegel
and Paul Siegel.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School and the
University of Miami. She was
president of Gamma Sigma Sigma .
and a member of Kappa Delta Pi
and Phi Alpha Tbeta.
Mr. Siegel attended schools in
Trey. N. Y.. and is now a student
at the University of Miami. He'
served with the U. S. Army.
Reception followed at the Fa-
mous restaurant After a honey-
moon spent in North Carolina and.
I Tennessee, the couple will be at
home on Miami Beach.
Beach Pythians Install
Miami Beach Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias held installa-
tion of officers at the American
Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd., last
week. Murray Rush was installed
as chancellor commander.
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age of Zl^He had been a member
-.e'editonal sEfToTTne Day.
Yiddish daily. ?ince IKS
K-: a< a brother of the late
Ssruel Niger, noted Jewish critic
Dd essayist- and of B. Charne>
\ ek. late manager of the Jea-
]-- Dailv Forward.
E m in Russi*. he left the coun-
u-. after the Communist revolu-
and lived in Berlin and Parts
World War II. when he im-
ated to the United States H>
i- e author of a number of books the njtKmal staff of B'nai B'nth
'led in this country and $lnce 1951 He returned last month
B'nai B'rith Exec
Dead at Age 51
WASHINGTOW-MM M Krotoff
i.iwo' of -*~\r-~fc-o Mri af*.
erams for B'nai B'rith. died July
4 after suffering a heart attack at
his home in suburban Hyatt-
Mr! He was 51.
Krolnff had been a member of
^ "Fur; tSF*E& h member
movement l^ Vfte Soc.al.at People.
The consolidated
aid to represent b
and 70.000 members
NOTICE UNDER
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,t: --*ti-ed backmic '::.... died Ju |
4 He came from ret inn.-. N Y
year* ao and ured ai .12 41-
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MM ROSE STERN BURG
* tUt Lriyle *vr died Jul- 4
B hre I* im-j frerr. Xe
and man a mmbrr ef N'orth
r Jew lab C^nier ButtItIbj are
ta vnters, *n'd'" Mr MHdred ness Atlanta, and then became
- ..--. slter and thr.-*- nrnnd--nll-
,t BervtoM were Jut> N-*-
i Funeral Hot.- nnder the utrec-
t of Gordon pStnera' Home
from Israel where he had partici
pated in B'nai Briths triennial
convention
Bom in Uam City. I... Kr^)ff
first r4fMd B'nai B*rtt.
Yitri Oraaniiatiwi (AZA), and
woo fame as an orator and oe
biltr, and was elected its inter
national prasid.nt.
He was graduated from Sioux
City- Moniagsade College, re-
retTed a law degree from the I'm
ocnitv of Chicago and practiced
law for five rears in Chicago.
Serving as president of the B'nai
B'rith Council in Chicago, he sub-
sequently joined the organization's
Anti-Defamation League, then head
quartered in Chicago, as an assis-
tant to the national director.
In 1950. Kroloff went into the
heating and air-conditioning busi
Reichspartei. accusing the latter
group of tendencies "not suflict-
entlv to the rieht^_____________
_J1T NOT It k
MRS. AMELIA MORRISON
' :i mdoala, roni Cnbte-
>;ie came :
eo's aa*o. and waa a memtw-r of
Surviving aj h*-r hooband.
1 and a brother. iericee ere
.. Rlveraidc Memorial Chanel.
V. -laeler t with ban.il In Mt N- '-
i 'ter>.
J
-
the Southeastern area representa-
tive for Brandeis University. He
returned to the B'nai B'rith staff
in Washington a year later.
Youth Leader,
Builder Dies Here
Mm M. Singer, of 6291 SW 63rd
ct died Jnly 6. A South Miami
MILTON M. RODMAN
-tinman f J-'. Zamora. Coal <;ablef. died June
i ID. He came hrre five yean afo frinn
R.ittiinore. Md He -a r> member m
Bt John's Maaonlc Lodce Sturvivlnx
, are bia wife. Kanaie. two dauKli'* r-
Mi-- Ifeien ,in,i ktn Eh hi r Bank
:. brotberi, two rlatern and a arxad-
sniM gervicea irera ,n Baltimore
with local arramceiiient- by fjordi-ii
i f>in. ral Home.
MRS. ANNA NOVIKOFF
6 tUt BW ^rth .. died Ju'> I. si. Singer. 01 tSOfl SW 63rd ISRAEL DORES
> an e fnai Br>^>k'>n llvtara ap, ct.. died Jnly 6. A South Miami' owneT ll" Audub..n mmei. ss" i. .
ari aa a member irf the Oroater Ml- |kjiji0 ,^1_ j t j | cayae blvd died June ;; He had
-enerolent **lety. SurMvine ar t building contractor and Dade COUn-lbeen whiter vi.ltor hern for man
,b-- husband. Jack, two dauetiters. < ty youth activities leader, he yrurs- '^mlne from B..*ton, and
in and Mr- Soni Klein and two p,,^ ._ .. -. moved to Miami t yean. ao. ur-
He was a member of the South,'"-" Mr. Lmian i*ne and Mr. i-hu-
Miami Zoning Board and owner of 2!-iH**fe *- .*.* brother aa i
Dixie Estates Corp. He came from
Niagara Falls 22 years ago. He
was also a former deputy state
motor vehicle commissioner and
had been active in civic and polit-
- npwer and'Mr-. Ar!n"'c.,hem! ical cireles here for more than 20
brother*, alx arandchtldren and > years.
Service.* -
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COU.TOr THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU-T OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR QAOE
COUNTY IN CMANCERV.
No SC*4
.-Ttlll HKHAK
i'lalntlff.
\ -
SIMON BKHAR
liefend.ini______
SUIT FOm DIVORCE
T" siMcN BBHAB.
tirvnd Aienue.
Bn.ni. Man York
Y. i aiMON KKHAK are hereby
.1 that a Rill of Complaint for
. ha. been Hied mtain.t WMt,
u aie roaulred to aerve a copy
II Answer ,.r I'leadlBf to the Hill
of I'omiOaint on fbe nlalntlrTa Atter-
..,. IIKKUKKT C XKiiKI.. ':. Un-
.-win Road, Miami Beach 3>. rloridn.
and file the oiistnal An-wer or Plea.l-
nr Ki he ffiee of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10th
da. f Autuit. IS. If you fall to do
w>.' Judf ment by default will be taken
.K.nn.t >ou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
Thin notice ahull be p.ibllahed once
rath week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JKW1SH li.iHIUIAN
RONE AND t>RI>FRKP at Miami.
PtSttda, t*la Sth day of July. A.D.
K R I.EATHF.RMAS. Clerk.
Clroult Court, I>ade Couat\. FV.H.I.i
.seal) llv WM W ST. "'KIM;.
---------------------------------------------------------' Deputy Clerk.
, HRRKRRT C ZEMEU
with local arrancement. b> Riverside f ^,-t i^mr.Jn Koad
w'""''1 Chapel garni Beach Fi.>rida
AtLimey for Plaintiff
: to.T7-i4-ai
4N#Vi~
Miss Millie Perkins, who por-
trays the motion picture role
of "Anne Frank." is shown
arriving in Israel aboard an
? AI Israel Airlines jet-power.
ed Britannia. Miss Perkins
was invited by Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Guiion to visit
Israel where she will meet
seme of the actresses who
have also created the role in
which she currently stars.
In
l< '' "F MIXtilt t-u
1,1 NUA BKTHKH iIM-ik,,"
KARBN KITH sOHaiih,, '
ll> MATTIIKW M 81 CK1CMV,.- I
Joined b> RARA ItcKKhu^-
hi. '""A" s
NOTICE V ^ULICAT,ON
PETITION FOR adoption
TO WAI-TER M. SfHAIIlu,
Sa I'abrinl Boulevard
New Tor~. N V
YM: ARK HHHKIIY Nl rirll
.i I'etltlon ha. heen filed |n the ta
-i. I..I Curt b. MA I I HKV,
/.IK-KKKMAN. iolned b> gi
7.1 (KKIIM.VX, hi. w|fr. t'L
..ll>tln of I.INliA EUTHKK N
I'IRt. aad KAKHNRITTH *HM
mlnora. by the Petitioner. MATTK
M 7.IVKBWIAS. and \ou are
auiiwl in aarve a copy of yvur ^j.
i.Jectlona to ahow rau wh\ ,
t'etltlraa akould not be (ranted L j
Att rweye far PaajUjpoer. Ta iaaofi
Walter, of 420 Lincoln Road^^
HeacTi. FVirldo.. and file the orb
twe office Of the Clark of the v_
court on or before Aturu.' 10 iij
HBrnrm pail t<>r. ,.r .C.)
ITo Confeaao will be entered ank.]
ywa. *"
WITNKSJ8 my hand and t, anl.l
old Coart In Miami. r>ade ,-__, f
Morlda. thla eth ay 1 Jl>. m^
K. B LKATRBRMAN
CkerV of aaM rjaan
(eeoJ) By: It H RfCE. JR.
D1" OH
V ton-he I
Aaron .ml Alex. S*nlce. were
(J n at Rlver.-l.le Memorial Chapel
melon ave with burial in Star I
0 jiid Cemetery
MAX FLOWER
' K- 9W JTih ct o.ed .-j:> 1 He'
here five roan aro fnwn N'ow
Burvlvnif ar- hi- .. ife. I-rii
^n.. Darld nr.d Ju'lu.; th-ee '
afr. Mr. Tllh Prasrr. Mia

Teat-rmnd.-y.
: >t 'Jorton FMneraiV.nV S*irvi\ing are his wife. Barbara;
| two tons. William and James; and
mrs. Lillian-e-jHER ,a daughter, Mies Andrea Singer.
:ej junr M Services were July 8 at Gordon
**Shh' ~ T- fhT'pfaT1 HoraVDnder the dirci0
Jara. Ben:aoa Brron: dauehter. Mrs. of ^*m*n Fuiieral Home,
iSrti VX iZS&rg^ bUnal to Neb0 Cery
I I arraneemem. b> ilordon Funeral-----------------------
t
)-
I
three ri.ter.. Im-ludlnit Mr. Editl.
'Mrfdman. W Palm Beach. Service-
ad burial were In Boston, with local
'rranrement. by Hellman Inerai
Chapel.
MRS ANNA MARQOLIS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV.
No MCUU
ROSE T REOilO
ItataUff.
v-
UBOBIO RJCOOIO,
Detaantaei
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
T- I.IBoRIti RKiW.lt-
AI lUREaie- INKS' >\V N
Yu LHIORIO RKIKHO r- hereby
notified that a IWI of Comi.lalnt fm
Iiivacre ha. been filed aaliiai you.
, and you w required to er\e .1 copy
ef yowr Answer or I'leadlnr to the Bill
of Complalat on the Plaintiff'.- Attor-
nei ANOKLO A ALL tin: Ain.le.
Holldlne. Miami s: Florida and Rle
I the ortrinal An.we- or Pteadlnc in
, the office of the Clerk of the .
ifourt on or before the 7th day of
Anaii.t. l:-fc If you fail to 4o ao.
Judcnient by def.ult alll be taken
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice 18 Hafeamr c.ivkn ta.
the litaagaitaVe.a.ieae to enaawh
bwataoaa *fa>r the flafiloua MmVatl
RKLHHOCR PKOfMJCTM at MM f*.]
cayae Blvd.. Miami intend to rotifer]
old name with the Clerk of tV (b.l
call Cwwrt ef Jhaea Cownty PMrah
KNIO U NOVAK n%
MARV7N KOVAK X%
noROTHr ixjNnoN1u%
LABRT M)NIN
7/i-N-neJ
in tm cifacurr courrr of -mI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiTBi
RICH AMD L.
PMJayaarr.
I. f '> NK B>-h.rVdt..d'lad JeaeLSSS arUhaaaMJ.r1'*' *,rm,,n',",
. She came her. it ,ear.. ao from ; -- omplami
New York.
There are' nu"w5 'iuT" ',.Jk'*_"IKl *""'"'" """r1"*1 "
rtiaan Service, and burialIwereln '"eJ?.-w-"h f"r *"ur oanwculv, a,
New York, with local arraignment,
by Gordon Funeral Horn, ^^"'
In THK JEWISH FlaiKIldAV
'ARMKK _
Pi.meaat.
NOTt MY PUJALICATION
< ARMBK BOritTHTT
4ISS MMtrh Upton Avenue
Mltwaaayao. Wbjeoaln
Tot* AMR HM1UCST NOTIVB9I
that a f-omoAatnt far Dtvorc baa baa]
Hied ffaB.at rov. aa4 you ar* *-|
qulre.1 to oervo w ooan of jaar
or PtooMlnr/ bo aa7lM of "
on the pmRMIfT. atbonwy .
M ARO Kit. TO Artbar Oowfre. Raat
Mkanrt Hoarh 40. Plorbta. aad file B>
rutinai aawr or Wln-aaa In (be
fl.-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Coan.1
5>. Jewelry
MRS. INDIA SAX
AL ROSEN
uleiman of .-. ith .1
died JaaaD. He cam. here 11 yelr-
aro froa. New Tork. and wo. a Matol,
wrt" ao^TVT*rrv'r* -"..""* I"rt": 5ra
"on. Terry and Herbert: and l.t,r
artrlco* were Julv
MeriH.rial Cha|
with burial in
, narwia. ax
or Warafana
o. .nr. janiBll ri/iKiniAN ,,n er I.. r.>. .k. eaea. ... ~* i.j
.M^b^hd-of^^.r^:: ii^^Bs^X
MRS ROSE GOODMAN
" Jlat at., died June .
- beta .i\ \
t -
S "' '-'"' 'J0""** ave dl"' J>"" J"
U raari ago from
Buabaad,
t Rlverald.
W.i.hirutton are.
Mt Nebo Cemeterr
ANOBLO A Al.l
Attoraay for Plaint i'r
1103 Ain.lev Itulljin*
Ml.,.,( H, F1,,rM:.
rl.la
M B Ft >KI
Deputy il.rk
1.
Jill
sh* Teaaa. Survivirur are her
wsfi5WISBKRMLr
a- or i.AV.' CHWART2
He cam ? "2 U,h E* rtl* ]- *
Me oame io Miami .-ix ,
S? .:'"* nd '- aw
re In film
Service.
Ro.e r-X .
'Ife. Pauline. L
Mr.. R.. WVinf.M
ear. aro froi,
Wvod by hi-
e... and dauahte,
Sen ice. er-
NOTICE UNDER
V .r'.rFJ1.1'100* NAME l-*W
N"r|f"K TS HRRKRY OJVBN that
the under.un-d. doalrlaa la as
mder the li.-tithju.
r>ae In
Molat
TbU not lee nball be awbBabod OMl
ear* week for four conaecutlve wta|
THK JKWIRH KI,<>IIMtN
IX1NK AND ORDBBED at Miami
Wortea. thla lth eay af June. A
E. B. LKATHMBMAN CT-rk,
Circuit Court, Pade Count). FMrHl|
taeal) By-X. MEEI>r.
Boty Cb
KliWIN MAROBM
two .os Burf____r "ecu, an,|
Arthur Oodfrev Boaf
,, Miami Roaah 10. rlarida
/M. T/l-l*
IN
ALBXANUER WBlNBTOCK
________ l"-lT-?4-JI
NOTICE UND'a
THE COUMTV JUDGE'S COUaTl
N AN3 FDR DADS COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN FROBATE
In BE: Rotate of
MARTHA KBIkCDMAN
Ha-
gas SsbS sHtlSr^VS
HttrrY R- Playford bortrrl ^v. birthday on June 29
* mm. row that acet r^" 7.^^tVi,ahMtion *
"orVuMe" '
"Id Ch.Mtrr *,;
aowlna the dCjuMa-TS *"
poratlon ,,k"1 "f aa.
-________________t^MT-M-ll
NOT.CE UNDER

*rofJWitTrVrv
^creVy ^ml,.
Via, is
INC
''", 'FnraWha.v.1
M-l?..
_ NOTICE TO CREOITORt
To All Cieditura aad AH Poraona
" Oaalma or DaBaa Afainat
Batata:
1 un -r. borwbr nockflod aad
to preaent any eaalma and
which you mar have aaram.t
oUHe of MARTHA nUKDMAX
ceaard late of Dade Count). rH
to the County Judaea of Dade
nd file the name la Urolr of
the Cuntv Courtbouao In Dade '
ty. Florida, within right
montha from the date of the
publication hereof, or the earn* *
JKMRIR I.N1HT. aTxaaawl
I'ANIF.I. NKAI, HELO-BB. Altora*
Aln.ley Bulldliur
Miami JJ. .-rtirbsa,
_____________IMJ^J5
N THE COUNTY JUDGE. C00
N AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
RLORIDA. IM F-ROPATt
'n RE Ewtata*oV**"
11'A AI IIEBTA TOl'N'i
abweoOB jo cbbditor.
TO All ('redltora and All Poraona
ta Claim, or IVuuuU. AaauuK
"^Wall 9
You are, hereby notified aad r*ial"
"' aar ansaasa and demaaa.
I aaalnat ^^
JA YOtNO' ,
STIS.S-M
tn5Tofflc^
b?Ste,,*X
''* aytaaj
-llam^HSrld.,
V, T0CN0
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riday. luir ia 1958
-Mnlslinorldtoi
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Pd^ 1:3
UJA Reaches Mid- Year Cash Point
David I. Light (left), chairman of the Mark A. Liqht Memorial,
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith committee on employment of the
handicapped, present* Arvel Morgan (center; with u toopny as
Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent of Dade county schools and a
member of the board of governors of the world committee on
employment of the handicapped, loolu on. Morgan, recently
disabled, is a Dade srhool system specialist in teaching of the
mentally retarded. The Mark A. Light Memorial trophy cited
Morgan for his endeavor in behalf of searching out and ob-
lainina jobs for the mentally retarded on leavina school. Pre-
sentation was before a capacity audience of Dade teachers
and officials at Miami Beach Auditorium.
alicnoff Named
Special Assistant
attorney General
George J. Talianoff, prominent
>liami Beach attorney, was Wed-
-lay appointed an honorary s
il assistant attorney general by
ktty. Gen. Richard W. Ervin. of
Florida.
Talianoff served as a special
--i-tant attorney general trom
|953 to 1955.
Active in ftte community end
organizational life of Dade coun-
ty, Talianoff is vice prosidont of
i Temple Emanw-EI, nwmaif of
the board of governors of tHo
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
| tion, and member of the Antl-
Defametion League Cemmisslon
I oi B'nei B'rith .
He has served as president of the
Florida regional board of the Anti-
pefamation League, and is pas
president of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
A member of the Miami Beach
Jar Assn., Florida Bar Assn., and
American Bar Assn., Talianoff also
kcrves as chairman of the board ot
General Capital Corp.
NEW YORK-(JTA>-The 1959
United Jewish Appeal last week
reached a mid-year standing of
$38,150,000 in cash against pledges,
as several millions of dollars in
cash funds were brought forward
here by representatives of local
campaigns across the country.
This was announced by Melvin
Dubinsky, UJA national cash
chairman, at the conclusion of the
UJA's two-day mid-year national
conference, in which more than
800 Jewish community leaders
from all parts of the country par-
ticipated. Dubinsky headed a 60-
day, nationwide effort by local
campaign affiliates to convert a
maximum amount of 1959 pledges
into cash by conference time. The
effort will continue during the rest
of the year.
The two-day conference, during
which progress of the campaign
was assessed by the delegates and
future plans outlined, inaugurated
the second half of the UJA's na-
tionwide drive, which is under the
general chairmanship of_Morris W.
Berinstein. Delegates to the con-
ference adopted a resolution call-
ing upon the local community af-
filiates of the United Jewish Ap-
peal to provide a total of $75,000,-
000 in cash funds against pledges
to this year's effort by the end of
1959. In their resolution the dele-
gates declared:
"It is most gratifying that the
communities of the country have
come forward with $38,150,000 at
this midyear point in the 1950
campaign. While this sum repre-
sents one of the greatest amounts
of cash raised and delivered in
the first six months of any UJA
campaign of recent years, it is
only half of what is required in
view of the vast needs which
continue to exist for hundreds of
thousands of immigrants who
have come to Israel in recent
6f MCE TAUAHOff
' years, tens of thousands of Jews
j in need in 24 countries of Europe
, and Moslem lands, and thous-
i ands of refugees to the United
States."
The assembled UJA leaders
I heard Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, pres-
1 ident of the College of the City of
New York, speak on World Refu
gee Year, which begins July 1. and
upon the conclusion of his talk,
voted to adopt a resolution declar-
ing their unanimous support of the
"aims and objectives" of the year-
; long International effort to solve
outstanding refugee problems.
Dr. Gallagher said that the world
could take an example "from the
magnificent rescue work of Jew-
ish bodies, which have provirle many avenues of rescue and thus
saved the lives of countless num-
bers more of refugees, Jew and
. non-Jew alike." He lauded the
'. achievements of the United Jewish
Appeal, declaring that in its 21
years of existence it. had made it
: possible for "1300,000 human be-
' ings to find new life and freedom
in Israel, the Upited States and
other lands of freedom." He noted
that approximately 1,000,000 of
these had been resettled in Israel
while 300,000 were settled in this
country and other free communi-
I tics.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate
Justice William 0. Douglas told
the assembled 600 Jewish com-
; munity leaders that both the
i United States and the countries
! of Asia "need" the democracy of
: Israel as "a great bastion of
[ freedom and justice along the
Mediterranean." He urged both
the United States Government
j and the governments of Asia to
i "sustain Israel."
At the same tiaae the conference
heard Yaacov Herzog, Jsracl's
'Minister Plenipotentiary to the
L
I
JUSJKt DOUGLAS
(jmUAGHIR
I

WAUAvM
bfRIMiU.N
United States, declare that after
11 years of statehood, Israel is
able to face up to its problems
with* a confidence born of experi-
ence and proven capacity. "Israel
has moved from a sense of sur-
vival to one of durability, fcven
though her problems are by no
means solved," he said, adding
that "there is more contemplation
of the realities of statehood, more
long-term planning, more study
given to the character of nation-
hood and to Israel's piece on the
Middle Eastern scene."
Morris W. Berinstein, general
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
|h.,1, reported that funds raised
by the UJA had assisted more thai
600.000 men, women, and children g
in the first six months of '.r-oi.
These, Mr. Berinstein said, includ-
ed previous immigrants and ri:. -at
I newcomers to Israel.
j
Final rVeefc for 'Bad Seed'
Bad Seed" enters its third and
mal week at Actors' Studio M
"Playhouse, 208 Bird rd.. through
Sunday evening. Scheduled for
Vug. u opening is "Solid Gold
Cadillac."
Painting of Biblical theme by
Miami Beach artist Anton
Loeb. whose studios are at
1223 Lincoln rd. The painting
18 an oil, and was recently
exhibited as part of the inter-
national Hebrew University
showing at the FoutainebUau
hotel.
Arabs Urging
Changed Attitude
JERUSALEM(JTA) A new
. turn in Arab attitudes toward the
! Arab refugee problem, realistical-
ly calling for "bargaining" rather
{than for the traditional Arab use
of the refugee problem as a po-
, litical football, was seen here this
week emerging from Lebanon and
Jordan. Both these countries are
' among the "host" areas where the
refugees now live.
El Hayat. of Beirut, one of the
most influential newspaper men
in Lebanon, editorially censured
the Arab governments for "exploit-
ing the Palestine refugee problem"
during the past decade. "It is high
time that we cease to regard the
unfortunate refugees as a political
weapon," the paper stated.
The editorial called upon the
Arab countries W present a "pos-
itive" attitude next week, when
there will be a meeting of the
advisory committee to the Uni-
ted Nations Rtlief and Werki
Aoency for Arab Refugees.
"Most" governmentswhich in-
clude Egypt and Syria, in addi-
tion to Jordan and Lebanonare
scheduled to gert'clpete in the
advisory committee's sessions,
scheduled to be held in Beirut.
Two daily newspapers in Jor-
dan. Addiffa and FalasUn, also
spoke up. Addiffa called for a
"constructive policy" in relation
.to the refugee problem. Falastm
considered the refugee report filed
at the United Nations last week by
Secretary General Dag Hammar-
skjold. and advocated a "positive
I counterproposal."
It proposed that refugee repre-
: sent a lives themselves submit such
la proposal, "even if it is rejected
j by the Arab governments."
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ON SAVINGS
EFFECTIVE JULY 1st
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS
FROM ANYWHER* IN THE U.S
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jay. July 10. 1959
*lewis* ftvrkliari
Pag 13-B
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B
kindergarten clau of the Hebrew Academy
Lceives diplomas during recent graduation
Irercises. Left to right (front row) are Michael
alland. Mark Feit. David Berger, Nancy
ean Beik. Shaul Shraga Gross, Sherry Gert-
|r, Mark Silverberg. Neal Wittels, Judd Zis-
uit. Fllen Zisquit. Second row are Mrs. Mar-
jorie Ent. teacher. Jay Ehrlich. Mel Adler. Tova
Mevia Horovitz, Arthur Belsky, Annamerle
Zwitman. Harry Silnicki, Marlene Aranoff.
Sheldon Delson, Craig Dearr, David Abram-
owitz. Mrs. Yaffa Tescher. teacher. Third row
is Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal. Not
shown is Marc Rosenblum.
Brazil Fetes Israel Foreign Minister
RIO DE JANEIRO ir. received the highest Brazilian decoration for foreigners last week
ring a gala banquet tendered in her honor by Negrao de Lima, Bra-
Foreign Minister,
presenting the "Gran Crui i--------------------------------------------
Icm National Cruzeiro do Sul" M__ .-.. ,.=,,. ..... u
|Mrs Meir before an audience ?"alM^8reatstateSm.nsh.p
Brazilian Government officials. 1"L ."TThk" J'
rabbis and other Jewish com-
Rity leaders, the Brazilian For- In her response Mrs. Meir said
Minister said that the award that "when yowr great President
"not only in recognition of I Kubrtschek launched the famous
Dr. Prinz Says American
Anti-Semitism Dead Issue
\MESHA LAKE. N.Y. 72nd annual four-day con-
|tuin of Brian Abraham closed
week in. the presence of
re than 1.000 delegates repre-
lm 275 lodges-throughout the
ntry. l)r+ InorBajps Prim, pres-
It of the American Jewish Con-1
: addressing the. delegates,
stressed that "anti-Semitism
ceased to be an issue of para-
mt concern today to the Jews j
America." At the same time he
ired that American Jewry is'
. Hoping a diluted, superficial {
rprctstion of Jewish heritage." \
The knowledge of the sources j
bur heritage and the language j
phich they are written are no
it the sure possession of'
it youth or adults," he said.:
real concern is not mere*
Bical survival. Our deep and'
tinuity of one of the oldest and
noblest heritages, in the Western
civilization."
Dr. Prinz spoke on the future of
American Jewry. "Our problem is
the degree and the depth of the
survival of eur heritage." he stat-
ed. "Such survival is not guaran-
teed by building programs, fund-
raising or community organiza-
tion, however efficient.
"Our problem is not belonging-
ness. Our problem is how to de-
velop a full commitment to Juda-
ism at a time and in a world
where we are free to be or not to
be Jews. Our problem is to iden-
tify ourselves not only with our
fellow Jews today but with our
fellow Jews of the pastby which
I mean our Jewish heritage: our
language, our literature, our his-
; Operacao Panamerica, I believe
] he meant that all nations, rich
and poor alike, must under-
stand there can be no true se-
curity and stability as long as
entire peoples 90 hungry."
She told the banquet guests that
Israel was proud that it had hon-
ored with the planting of a forest j
in Jerusalem "the president of a ',
nation which has shown so much
understanding and friendship to
us." Mayor S. A. Freire Alvin of
Rio de Janeiro proclaimed Mrs.
Meir an honorary citizen of the
city at a special ceremony.
Previously, Mrs. Meir signed a
treaty of cultural exchange be-
tween Israel and Brazil. She came
to Brazil from Caracas for a
seven-day visit as the official
guest of the Government of Brazil.
Mrs. Meir was greeted at Rio's
international airfield by Dr. de
Lima, a personal representative of
President Kubitschek, members
of the Jewish community and a
crowd of more than 1.00B individ-
ual Jews.
New Caoctr Club Meeting
Newly-formed John Poster
Dulles Cancer Club will have a
> dessert bridge, auction and white
elephant sale Tuesday noon at the
Roney Plaza. The function will
| recruit new members, and pro-
ceeds are for cancer research at
the University of Miami. Presi-
dent is Mrs. Jane Fisher.
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Jewish Agency Lists Authorized Drives;
Emphasizes Priority of Welfare, Israel
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A list of
organizations authorized to con-
duct public funH raisin- cam-
paigns for the benefit of Israel in
the 1959-60 campaign year was re-
leased here by the Jewish Agen-
cy's committee on control and
authorization of campaigns. The
committee, which coordinates
fund-raising for Israel in this
country, was established ten years
ago under the auspices of the Jew-
ish Appeal and the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
During the past decade, the
Committee baa served as a clear-
ing house providing information
and clarification with regard to
numerous appeals addressed to
American Jews by charitable or
educational institution* in Israel
either directly or through fheir
Temple Children
Give Philanthropy
More than $1,500 in Keren Ami
contributions made by children of
Beach clothier. Austin Burke (right) congratulates Fred i Temple Israel's religious school
r, recent University of Miami business administration iw" dl8tributed this week to 14
late, on being named "outstanding active" of Delta I1*?.'1, naUonal "nd Israeli charit-
a Pi. international business fraternity Zucker receive* "^ oi;8anizations-
jsion during the chapter's banquet here. Burke was made Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
onorary member of the fraternity, which encourages and the $044 check represents the
Ig ties between business students and the world of com- ,0P figure donated by the various:
te. The University of Miami has invited Burke to present religious schools of the communi-'
k lectures on advertising techniques. His trophy will be an ,y Reform Jewish institutions,
lal Delta Siama Pi presentation -such as tne Combined Campaign, I
-------------------_J________.________________ Chautauqua Society, the Hebrew
Union Chapel in Jerusalem, and
the Leo, Baeck School in Israel
also received funds.
Local charities which were se-|
lected by the children at a meet-1
ing before the closing of the school
year included the Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital. National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, Cancer
Institute at Miami, and the United
Fuad. Nationally, contributions
went to CARE, Radis Free Eli-
rope, and the American Heart
Fund.
Frse-wiU offerings to Keren. Ami
(Funds for My People) are made
by toe Temple Israel students each
week as part of the learning pro-
cess of Judaism, and before distri-
bution of the money the requests
of various organizations and insti-
tutions are discussed and then
voted upon-by the children.
ik Reports
it Growth
^opolitan Bank of Miami had
ratest rate of growth of all
[banks in Dade county, during
ist 12 months, figures re
this week disclosed follow
call of banks by Federal
Ig authorities.
fcc June. 195* Metropolitan's
IS had a whopping increase
re than 45 percent, soaring
M0.M6.SM at that time te
1,560 la June. 1860," bank
declared.
trend follows the pattern
itan established during
Mien, among banks with de-
rof $20 minion or more, it
le greatest increase in de
of any bank in the Sooth and
second in the nation in
it
Jpolitan president G. James
listed among the reason*
gains "the fact that Metro-
was the first bank In Miami
the new Redi Credit check
into operation plus a He-
ns increase in the banks
imerican business."
Program Time Changes
Ruth Foreman's "Dear Ruth"
program switches to Thursday
mornings, ch. 10. 10:30 a.m. Dur-
ing the summer months, many
teen-age problems will be drama-
tized, with orchids and tickets to
viewers who send in best solu-
tions. Thursday was to feature
Dramatic Academy players Bans
Bloom, Lynn Newman and Lois
Pearl man.
American representatives. Over
the years, communities, American
Jewish organizations and individ-
uals have looked to the coaitniltea
for guidance in dealing with these
requests.
In releasing lt of author-
ized agencies for the lSSt-es cam-
paign yearbased on a careful
review and analysis of the finan-
cial statements and promotional
activities of these organization*
Ifcs committeo emphasiied that
the mounting burden and back-
lee of immigrant absorption in
Israel makes it mere impera-
tive than over to assure priority
for the United Jewish Appoet
and for community warfare
fundsraising funds on its be-
half and te coordinate fund-rais-
ing efforts for Israel throughout
the Unittd States.
The following 12 organizations
received authorization contingent
on their pledge to give priority to
the United Jewish Appeal as the
major source of philanthropic
funds for Israel's immigration, ab-
sorption and colonization pro-
grams:
1. American Committee tor the
Weizmann Institute of Science. 2.
American Friends of the Hebrew
University. 3. American-Israel Cul-
tural Foundation, 4. American Red
Mogen Dovid for Israel (member-
ship campaign only), 5. American
Technion Society, 6. Federated
Council of Israel Institutions.
Also, 7. Hedassah, 8. Jewish Na-
tional Fund (traditional collec-
tions), 9. Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America, 10. Nation-
al Committee for Labor Israel
(Histadruth Campaign), 11. Pio-
neer Women, the Women's Labor
Zionist Organization of America,
12. Women's League for Israel
(New York area). Authorization of
a campaign does not imply its en-
dorsement by the Jewish Agency.
HABBI AIKAHAM iCHWUttl
Key West Rabbi
Visiting Here
Currently vacationing' in Miami
Beach are Rabbi and Mrs. Abra-
ham Schwartz, of Key West, Fla.
Rabbi Schwartz accepted the
pulpit of B'nai Zlon Congregation
in Key West in 1947. Prior te that,
he was spiritual leader of the He-
brew Congregation of Rahway,
N. J., for ten years, during which
he also served as chaplain to Jew-
: ish prisoners in New Jersey penal
institutions.
Rabbi Schwartz was recently
presented with a key to the City of
Key West on the occasion of his
12th year as B'nai Zion Congrega-
tion spiritual leader, where he also
serves as chaplain to Jewish per-
sonnel stationed with the U.S.
Navy.
During their visit here. Rabbi
and Mrs. Schwartz are being en-
tertained by their three sons, who
1 are Miami- residents, as well as by
other family members.
3n f/ie Jvicil
Editor, The Jewish Florldlan:
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10 Years Ago This Week
Appeal: The American Reform
Rabbinate sent an appeal this week
te the Israel government on relig-
ious freedom. It was contained in
a message from the 60th snnual
convention of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis at Bret-
ton Woods, N.H. The message ex-
pressed the hope that when, in Is-
rael, the relationship between
"church and state will have been
definitely established, the relation-
ship will be one of full equality and Nate Perlmutter o our.Florida
K regional office, has informed me
liberty for all shades of religious o( xbe recent eiection to Sigma
opinion." Delta Chi of Fred K. Shochet, pub-
" Usher, and Leo Mindlln, executive
editor of The Jewish Floridian.
I am not only delighted to nole
Mthis honor coming your way, but
even more important, it seems to :
me to be an important milestone I
in the maturation process of the j
Anglo-Jewish press.
As I have said on several occa-
sions. I have long been an admirer
of The Jewish Floridian. I have
felt that your paper has performed
the difficult function of servicing
the Jewish community without be-
coming the creature of thai same
community. Nor have you fallen
into the trap of making your paper
a vehicle for the ege-satisfying
cult of personal journalism.
1 know that the leadership which
The Jewish Floridian has exerted
over the years has helped a num-
of Anglo-Jewish papers to ad-
vance to the point today where
they have become important, use-
ful and constructive forces on the
American Jewish scene.
I know this is beginning to sound
like a presentation speech, but be-
lieve me, 1 have no plaques up my
sleeve. I just wsnted to let you
know that I think you have done a
very wonderful and successful
Ing Job in a difficult field.
ALEXANDER F. MILLS*.
Community Services
Division
Anti-Defamation League
New York City
Per Annum
Afrticipejed
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riday. luir ia 1958 -Mnlslinorldtoi w Pd^ 1:3 UJA Reaches MidYear Cash Point David I. Light (left), chairman of the Mark A. Liqht Memorial, sponsored by the B'nai B'rith committee on employment of the handicapped, present* Arvel Morgan (center; with u toopny as Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent of Dade county schools and a member of the board of governors of the world committee on employment of the handicapped, loolu on. Morgan, recently disabled, is a Dade srhool system specialist in teaching of the mentally retarded. The Mark A. Light Memorial trophy cited Morgan for his endeavor in behalf of searching out and oblainina jobs for the mentally retarded on leavina school. Presentation was before a capacity audience of Dade teachers and officials at Miami Beach Auditorium. alicnoff Named Special Assistant attorney General George J. Talianoff, prominent >liami Beach attorney, was Wed%  lay appointed an honorary s il assistant attorney general by ktty. Gen. Richard W. Ervin. of Florida. Talianoff served as a special --i-tant attorney general trom |953 to 1955. Active in ftte community end organizational life of Dade county, Talianoff is vice prosidont of i Temple Emanw-EI, nw maif of the board of governors of tHo Greater Miami Jewish Federa| tion, and member of the AntlDefametion League Cemmisslon I oi B'nei B'rith He has served as president of the Florida regional board of the Antipefamation League, and is pas president of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. A member of the Miami Beach Jar Assn., Florida Bar Assn., and American Bar Assn., Talianoff also kcrves as chairman of the board ot General Capital Corp. NEW YORK-(JTA>-The 1959 United Jewish Appeal last week reached a mid-year standing of $38,150,000 in cash against pledges, as several millions of dollars in cash funds were brought forward here by representatives of local campaigns across the country. This was announced by Melvin Dubinsky, UJA national cash chairman, at the conclusion of the UJA's two-day mid-year national conference, in which more than 800 Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country participated. Dubinsky headed a 60day, nationwide effort by local campaign affiliates to convert a maximum amount of 1959 pledges into cash by conference time. The effort will continue during the rest of the year. The two-day conference, during which progress of the campaign was assessed by the delegates and future plans outlined, inaugurated the second half of the UJA's nationwide drive, which is under the general chairmanship of_Morris W. Berinstein. Delegates to the conference adopted a resolution calling upon the local community affiliates of the United Jewish Appeal to provide a total of $75,000,000 in cash funds against pledges to this year's effort by the end of 1959. In their resolution the delegates declared: "It is most gratifying that the communities of the country have come forward with $38,150,000 at this midyear point in the 1950 campaign. While this sum represents one of the greatest amounts of cash raised and delivered in the first six months of any UJA campaign of recent years, it is only half of what is required in view of the vast needs which continue to exist for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who have come to Israel in recent 6f MCE TAUAHOff years, tens of thousands of Jews j in need in 24 countries of Europe and Moslem lands, and thousi ands of refugees to the United States." The assembled UJA leaders I heard Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, pres1 ident of the College of the City of New York, speak on World Refu gee Year, which begins July 1. and upon the conclusion of his talk, voted to adopt a resolution declaring their unanimous support of the "aims and objectives" of the year; long International effort to solve outstanding refugee problems. Dr. Gallagher said that the world could take an example "from the magnificent rescue work of Jewish bodies, which have provirle INSURE U PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUALLY Anticipated Rate ON SAVINGS EFFECTIVE JULY 1st FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM ANYWHER* IN THE U.S Bring your passbook Each Account \nturHjo $10.000.00 BIS CAY N E F E D E R AL Savings an Assoo MAIN OFFICE BISCAYNE BOUIEVARD ol 1 8th STREET hRKING E A. NOR' N W ?7fi AV I*MI1U



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saa ^JenlsiifhridUa, Wl Page 7-B pitch Henderson Mounts UM Podium [jCoftSL: conductor pianist, Symphony will also b. heard in Jan Sibelius' "Finland la," HM .-;-,*'<=* S3*? Skitch Henderson, one of the country's outstanding radio and television peraonalities, mounts the Pops podium for his third return engagement Sunday evening at the air conditioned Miami Beach Auditorium. Henderson, who appeared here last season and also in 1950. will conduct the University of Miami Summer Symphony on a "Parisian and Bavarian Musical Holiday" Richard M. Nixon (center), wife of the Vice President of United States, is shown with Mrs. Abba Ebon, wife of IsI'g Ambassador, at a Bon Voyage luncheon for Mrs. Eban jnsaied by the Women's Division of the Washington. D.C. iroittee ier State oi Israel Bonds. Chairman of the luncheon Mrs. Joseph Cherner (right), national chairman oi the IsBond Women's Division. Leaders of the Washington IeBond drive joined the wives of nine ambassadors in say"Shalom" to Mrs. Eban, who recently returned to srael her husband. "Bolero" by Ravol, and the "Poor Gynf Suite No. 1," by ldvard Grieg. Henderson, musical director of the National Broadcasting Company, recently returned from a highly successful engagement as guest conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Though he was born in England, tour. He will also appear as his Henderson spent most of his boyflu n r\ia>nn xnlm.t \ .~ r __ Continued frem Pea* 11 the Beach, sod Mrs. Edwin (Dorothy> Qppenheim Is beck, home (nting gales of mask you notes to her many friends who sent eet well" cards ... Mr. and Mrs. Mark R .Rubin—she's the jirmer Susan Talianoff—back from their honeymoon in Puerto jco and ihe Virgin Islands, and have moved into their new apartleft at 6MB Santona, Coral Gables Mark's with the law firm Tobin, Tobin, Rubin end Salmon Seen at Jack Tar's in Marathon Keys over the July 4 weekid were Mr. and'Mrs. Eugene Helman Mr. and Mrs. A. Salzlar. and Mr. sad Mrs. A. Wohlgepiuth are vacationing at Dunraggan Inn, Hendersonvilh?, N.C. Many out-of-town relatives were at the wedding of-Sandra skr.lsky and Dr. Malcolm Weiss, who were married last Sunday l the Seville hotel Guests from New York and Long Island irr. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan "Yoss, Mr. and Mrs Charles Yoss, Mr. }nd Mrs. Harry Yoss, sod Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yoss and daughter innette. who was msid of honor Prom Westchester, NY.. ime Mrs. Leu Lenoff ... Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wagner and Heir two daughters. Andrea sad Sandi, Long Island, attended, as veil as Mr. sad Mrs. Ben Raye and their two daughters, ef Los tngeles. Calf., who made the trip to Miami Beach especially for wedding Sen U the brother, of -Mrs. Kenneth bekoUky. lother of (he bride The Wagners, incidentally, are staying as houseguestsef Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss, of Lakeviaw dr., L room's parents. < c < > > > Mr. end Mrs. Jesse Pearl marked their teeth wedeinc aaani-ersarv July 3 Jesse is hand director of the Henry H. Filer Junior High School ... He, wife Seaanoe and their three children, :arol Diana*. Steven Lee.nnd Jeffrey Alan, live at §371 NW 37Hi Ier Miami Springs /Off to Bockville Center. N.Y., Friday for visit With-family is Temple Jades staffer Mrs. Ethel Ehrlich From there, the goes to Grossinger, N.Y., tor a ten-dey vacation before roturnutg to Coral Gables Mrs. S. J. Spector •ported a lovely deep purple orchid on a Mee dress Saturday night in the .Eden Roc casd soon Rev. Philip Bruntraer. of the Grsnd Synagogee and Cejtural Tenter, was ajooag principal guests at a Hevaaa country club reception tendered by the Unisted States Ambassador to Cuba in ronvnamoration of American Independence Saturday evening taul Caitro represented the government at the reception, briefly (exchanging his olive drabs for sharp civilian garb Prof. Charles D. Arnold, of Monterrey, Mex. is at the Algiers el Quiet and unassuming, be has organized and created eight institutes for the education of underprivileged children in Mexico Originally, from Canada where his family are tobacco people, be chose to travel to Mexico to establish his educational [program ."He launched his first institute in Chihuahua IS years ago Prof. Arnold u on his way to Europe and Israel after the Algiers visit ... He returns to Monterrey in shout three months. BBanBBnBaaW*aaBaaBnnaenBBWsBaBaBaan^^ S liens. %  %  I I L tV Quarter Centu iQuarter Century Club el the B. Manieehewirs Company, manu[tocturexs^ Kosher foods, installs two new members. Receiving Jtheir gold watches and ( piasof m et n b e ta hl p from William B. Manischewltx. treasurer ol the firm, who acted as toastmaster <<*•). are (left) D, Beryl McmistrftewfaX can^mton of the board, and Bernard Manischewits, president ot the company. own piano soloist. "The Parisian Monday' moot includes Vornen Dufce't "April in Paris," Richard Redsors' "Mimi," and Lovinuy's "La Vie En Rose." The "Bavarian Holiday" soiectiono will feetor a Pranx Labor's papular "Yours is My Heart Atone" end Anton Kara*' "Thomo from the Third Man" movie. Tho Summer hood in the U.S. midwest. His I early musical training came from | a variety of teachers. In 1938, he toured with Judy Garland on the | theatre circuit ending in Hollywood. He later studied conducting under Albert Coates at NBC. For nearly a decade he has been conducting for radio and television programs seen snd heard on NBC He hss been musical direc SKtrCN MfNOKSON tor of the popular "Steve Allen" Show for several seasons, and he I is currently heard on NBC's TeatI work .Time" show on radio. In addition to his NBC duties, Henderson has Just been appointed : musical director of the Scranton (Pa.) Philharmonic Orchestra for \ a three-year period.* STATEMENT OF CONDITION t the close of business, June 30,1959 ASSETS Car* aad US. Governnwnt Bends I 15,*8e\S47.83 First Mortgage Loans Ceovoanenal Leans g ?3,48ft,8.9a VA Guaranteed Loans *OfiO<*£39JH F.H.A. Inewed Loena 4,190,442,33 TOTAL First Mortgage Loans 97,966311.09 Loans on Savings Accounts 57,35337 Federal Heaps Lean Bank Stock 1,479,900.00 Office sanaenhsw a aj s ri p spant and Parsing lets 5,334,153.43 Other Astiti SanVJSfr.OS TOTAL ASSETS 1 1 30,413^96.65 LIABILITIES Federal Home Loan Bank Loans in Process Othw Liabilities....... • ••• %  • • • %  loee'eeeeeeeeeoeoooeeoeeoee 2,oo,eoo.ee T.S1V411 st 557.5S9.75 lean 1.99 I RsanWtTftanl. .aoeoooeoaa TOTAL LIAaUUTUS .,... DIRSCTORS taatSf^aeU WananaOSa JngtaShT LsnUfgsMt CtaaSa A. fUaahaw Afanta Uvy UvrU> isaRwaSanets Myron H Waifco. J*-K.SWy A. •,-.. %  % %  ... "**"* Dn Caappall Howy D. WDMUM M*Hu rwMCWtafci* orricems MIUUIWWiM C l on w n a fUrBnwn Cta*d.A-B*— Fw aian l CarlWaiakb Sr.Vii Pi tai lni Myron H.Wisaoa Vka P ina *m t A Tl — A. Loon Browm, Jr. Vh Fmtamt SnpoUry MMonW.. Vic ft ll l ti M Mt^H.WMVk.r. n Hon tin—rr fciiiitn VkaPin um >H Van-ra,j | |i i OOeoeoaoaoa'oaaoaoooi^ .: Jo^phW.Huti LM W, Blount OantooRH, iraasSwi HanrCra H.rry Cold Andn. H. MerkW Marvin C.ScnippaS Mufry M.Wit-xr Margint O.ForcMr MimA.C'm .Vtl At.T r —ni m r Ami Ti imm Anl.Tnmrai .Aart-Sacnury AM.S*crMry .Aal.SMntary •^SSBsl ^^^a. ViiAAilBMH "1 DIVIDKMO FEDERAL a% SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Ji •-••11 Par Aajiuai Batawiac July 1.1 CHOCK TMB OUAMOM opeica taoar COMVOHIBNT I Tlat Stroot nranthi 71.lSlr,l at Mordine Ava.. JE 8-55t1 aoultl ehara Branon: tMSCH Woanlngton Av.^JE StaBStl Swrmy ralaa Bronohr tSOSum., lalaa Boulovard. V T-ne4B I AT MAMS SeOISSS AMB AUSMMSHM



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jy. July 10. 1030 *^EW#vf/lbrWte/7 Page ll-A [Hey Rubinowitz, representing Miami Beach Elks Lodge 61. presents medals to Miriam Weiss and Ronald Kate, sixth bde students of the Hebrew Academy, for winning the tge's recent Essay contest on "What Democracy Means to Shun Jewish Issue, 'S. Africans Plead JOM#*BSBLR the Board s cha r ., Jh notlung ant.-Jew.sh was in, ated in Parliament a month ago, man stre ssed at the meeting the when members of the dominant pniwI ple that Jewish members of_ ,"-. Nationals Party attacked some Parliament represent constituenTOtl-ZVI GrCe+S of the Jewish members of Parlianes -,nd not the Jewish commu%  ra ^* ,v W1 %  %  %  ment for protesting against the nity." These members, he defl C AasWAa-njeat^t**.use of impressed labor. Earlier it clared -have fl ,n nght to express *r.e>. AlftDOSSOOOr had been revealed that arrested their views without being inhibi I natives had been impressed into ted b y the tact that thv arc Jew,." farm work, awl-some of the farm-. Ur p^,,,^ ou( th t South AMciiJi ers concerned were Jews. All but j PWS participate in politics "as one of the Jewish farmers, how-1 citizens, in accordance with their ever, *ad released their impressed ; ^sonal oeaetMioos, and not as abinet Talks Progressing; arly Elections Suggested Continued from Paga 1 A on Sabbaths and holidays since the date the arms agreement was negotiated with the Bonn Federal laborers. Ths Board's first $ttemnt on me hs*ue had boon itsuod aftor the attacks in Parliament, where ••me political Isadora said that JewHh members should bo "me last" to discuss the issue of impressed labor. Later, Nationalist members of Parliament explained they did not moan to voice anti-Semitic attacks. Jews." Two Nationalist members of Parliament teak tho floor of tho House in Capetown mis week to deny mat they had any antiSemitic intent in remarks directed at two Jewish members of mo United Party during a heated debate on tho impressment of natives under arrest for farm I JERUSALEM——Ogden R. Reid, United States Ambassador to Israel, presented his credentials lasTweek to President Itrtak Ben-Zvi at a formal ceremony at which the national anthems of both countries were played by a military band. Prior to the ceremony, the envoy reviewed an Is1 raeli armored unit. In an informal conversation after the ceremonies, conducted partly in Hebrew, Mr. Reid recalled to President Ben-Zvi that he had met the late President and Mrs. Cliaim Weizmann as far back as 1947. He said that in his few days in Israel pled out on this subject, did inclined to give Mr. Benr support for a caretaker ."?""":,*?/!t eB ? l ,on S J!?S? |n ist ration. Progressive Party indicated {it would agree to the advanceof the elections. Other par [were still hesitant, since they so keen on holding elections fe Rosh Hasbona which starts m. X [the feverish Inter-party talks were going on, the General |sts and the National ReligParty were asked to give a ive snppbrt to a "Minority nef*~loT>e composed of repIt stives of the Mapai and Proive Parties. Mapai's 40 KnesJcputies, plus five Arab depuaffiliatcd with Mapai and five ressive Party deputies, would |de a caretaker coalition of SO Knesset's 120 deputies. arrangement would b e able, however, on the premise either the General Zionists {he religious party deputies abstain from opposition. [General Zionists, who supBen-Gurion on the arms [on grounds of national securfwere nevertheless unwilling any political move which It prejudice the party in the bmber elections. The Religf Party members were equally tani to giving assurances they %  not embarrass the Prime ster because they still felt a hurt" in the controversy on tissue "Who, is a Jew" which [he party to quit the coalition. situation summed up a sta lorn• to, since tho prosCabinet continues in office, •r law, until a now OVorornis formed and obtains a of confidence in Knossot. t here la no chance of a formation and because Nonion remains adamant In his to sit with the four dtsailoft-wing Ministers in Cabmoorings, the Mapai soaks ining the embarrassing situof a Cabinet problem In ch the Prime Minister rote attend moorings. In the s deputy, presumably the practice to the Israel Ministry of Labor brought the reply that the Sabbath operations were necessary for security reasons. Provisional statistics issued here "We 1 -are not entering the political field," Mr. Saron said, "or criticising a particular party. We he had been impressed with its One of the two, II K Martins, accomplishments in many fields, apologized to Dr. Boris Wilson for He concluded by stating in Hebrew having alleged that he had changthat he and his wife eagerly looked ed bis name from Woolfson. He forward to the opportunity to learn of this''year compared'with $11 coupled his apology with a long to know the people of Israel million for sll of 1958. The'Bonn explanation of why he had raised The President replied with exGovernment is now Israel's third the issue in the first place. Dr. < pressions of recognition and gratiTuesday indicated that Israel ex-[best customer, importing citrus,' Wilson, he said, had cited a list of tude for the "generous and his* ports to West Germany totalled 'jams, Joiees, preserves, chocolates, names of farmers involved in court toric support" of the Americaa *9 million for the first six months eggs* and etfter exports. proceedings and Mr. Martins had people to the people of Israel. statement of Condition rOk AVENUE b.tw..n City Hall and tho Poit Offico at Cabinet mesttiie aaidst of Ike itl T irty on the Isristien ef new the National fteligrgan. tiatsefeh. wteh the ami that the as ma— nil was the S abba t h thretudi the deal with Germany by keepen flat—dsys in the the arms. ;i JUNE 30. rt59 Cosh on hand and In banks $1.375.61 3.81 U.S. Government Securities .., 6 .525.862.4 4 U.S. Government Agency Securities .. 1.700,000:00 Total Cash and U.S. Govt. Securities .. First Mortgage Loans „ %  Real Estate Owned ...., -, Other Loans ,... Federal Home Loan Bank Stock Land, Building Improvement* and Equipment — Net Deterred Charges and Other Assets ... Total Assets ?....-. $ §.601.476.25 33.810.029.69 19.135.15 72.600.72 445.000.00 S70.281.32 181.020.31 $44,006,543.44 1171 MERIDIAN AVENUE %  e>t door to lordino'i rJLiabilities and fVi eServes Savings Accounts — ...• I i o a ns in Process • %  •MM* •••-•:••••••, Other Lhrbiltttee Surplus end Il isirvis -.-....*.. Total Liabilities and IJUetMMMIDr DRIVE %  ott-to Pee* Pair-ow Normandy tils ornan of the Melifiotis Party .-la that the plant workers, have been off their jobs on BBSS' 4% o FEDERAL MMHM DIVtOORD •< AS90CUTS0H Cat &f JACK D. BiOiBOM ARTHUI H. COUkSHON $40,058,843.37 2.014.508.56 07.734.27 1J05.4S7.24 $44,806,543.44 FOEI TRAMIFER OF T0UB FUMS FHOM MTWHOM OPEN OR ADO TO TOUR ACOOUNT0TTHE I0M — EARR DIVIDENDS I0M THE Ist. -* %  I, now are working full blast.



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p jfcjffij y* -ifflj-'i fr i j g^ H wl nWi'ffiirB !" ^^ li Pag6-A *J^istfhfkMar Left-Wingers Force B-G Resignation JERUSALEM--PranK.r David Ben-Gurion Sunday snnoun£* %  *J*~* t^*"" ced his resignation following the refusal of the four left wing member. • %  ""• ^ of his Cabinet to leave their post* of their own will. He submitted the Tne ams deal with West resignauon officially to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi at about midnight ma ny uhich precip immediately after the President's return to his residence from Holon Cabinet where he was guest of the Karaite community. The four dissident ministers, in whose re>ignation Premier Bentt i,, cn nat n the crisis, was. meanwhile Sunday to the public in what was widely considered the broadside in the campaign nal eleciride rallies were helri Sunday at which the debater* eats in Parliament. Gunon insisted, are the represenand ^^i their support fur the tatives of the Mapam and Achdut fonriatl0r 0 f a ••Minuritv GovernAvodah parties who voted in Parmenr 0 ^ C( mpo e d of rrtembers M d argu who u {hi ving Hem*, and rial heligious Part*. It lunderstood that the leaders which both opr~'-the agreement, of the National Relicious Party, remained on th.' sideline* which is composed of the Mizrachi Some 500 Communiststaged a and Hapocl Hamizrachi. countered noisy demonstration against the with a proposal for setting up a pact in Tel Aviv. Another | i "National Government" to be jras tased b> former oar beaded by Moshe Shapiro, leader who fought the Nazis undergrourd of their party and former Mini-m lanoucountries. Tempers ran ter for Social Welfare and Relighi?h and police were posted at ious AffairMr. Shapiro is at both demonstrations, present on a visit in the United jj unng u, e weekend, leaders of States The leaders of the National B en-Gunun\ Mapai Partv met Religious Party indicated that wMh he Pnmet S participation. they have received support rom to dl>cuss lhe po SSlbl]jtv of arrang other nautical parties in J&rael for ing thf DatioM elections earlK r with West Germany wh.ch Ben, he p ar t v without Gunon defended. The Premier hc i eft ing parties,—till after the considered their action a breach nauonal ek : c[K of the Cabinet s collective responsible At Sunday's last meeting of the coalition Cabinet Premier Ben-Gurion refusad to serve as chairman as long as the left. wing members were participating. The four rebel ministers, however, refused to resign, insisting that the entire Cabinet most resign. Ben-Gurion, who received progress reports on the Cabinet deliberations in an adjacent room, then sent notice that he would wait until evening, and in the event the four ministers still had not resigned, he would announce the dissolution of his Government. Before the fall of the Cabinet. Ben-Gurion received leaders of the National Religious' Partv, their propo-al. One of the last acts of the Cabinet at its meeting Sunday was to vote that in the future ell arms deals must be brought before a Ministerial Committee for Security and Foreign Affairs than November, as scheduled. This would have spared the caretaker government from carrying the burden of the state till after November. However, it was pointed out that any predating of the elections would require the approval of the Parliament. The Ma pai Party leaders also discus-ed the formation of a "Minority Cabinet' including non-party personalities taking the portfolios held hitherto by the four left-wing rebel members. Ye Noshery Open After Renovation Ye Noshery. Miami Heach snack hideaway in the Saxony hotel, i( I now open after a renovation progrant. The new menu will include the' special $1.99 dinner formerly so Popular, and in addition will" fea-' ture many new selections. Also included on the new Noshery menu are the Saxony snack favorites, Viennese apple pancakes, pizarette on toasted bagel welsh rarebit, waffles a la mode' cakes* d0 ar blueberr y PanArthur Te.chner. food and bevY p ag L d K eCt r h ,f annou "ved that frlh Shei l %  W the frothy sundaes and sodas that have made it famous Liz^rerS' f YC *"*" w'a* THEN TO TEL AVIV GOLDEN JUBILEE! Thu I8 Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee rear and a golden opportunity for it a M ? eed ** non -top across •* Atlantic on a luxurious, foureng,neDC-7C (Kosher foods' a vai|. able on a!) flights). Then go direct to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into grand tour with the KLM stonover pbar. Visit London. 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i.-.ji^ofj 'iWtw-v %  JBwtWSffffWrTf' I I %  TT" Friday. I 1 %  .-cge 10-B Noted Yiddish Editor Passes Laieeede M*cu Par*. jVeo-/fe// CtfP ^8* fweAn!r NSW YORKJTA WRS MA MEC-" M. ef BarWd ave %  •*• J ,-K* ne'e %  are *> — Dame: m, from neo-N held POWH-gT *'— S""*? „f meeting *M oraan.ied by adult a. NN-.TA-een s .vi -" m mDers 0 ( the Miller M youth org.nu.tion. hve f !" "'"^ & N.tion.l So a national meeting at Idstein Youth the ** lttrndlng ciali.t Party HelegaU German Communi>t le> < after a long illne> at age of Zl^He h ad been a m ember -.e'editonal sEfToTTne Day. Yiddish daily. ?ince IKS K-: a< a brother of the late Ssruel Niger, noted Jewish critic %  Dd essayistand of B. Charne> \ ek. late manager of the Jea]-Dailv Forward. E m in Russi*. he left the counu-. after the Communist revoluand lived in Berlin and Parts World War II. when he imated to the United States H> ie author of a number of books the njtKmal staff of B'nai B'nth 'led in this country and $lnce 1951 He returned last month B'nai B'rith Exec Dead at Age 51 WA SHING TOW-MM M Krotoff •i.iwo' of -*~\r-~ fc -o Mri af*. erams for B'nai B'rith. died July 4 after suffering a heart attack at his home in suburban HyattMr! He was 51. Krolnff had been a member of ^ Fu r; T£SF*E& h member movement l ^ Vfte Soc.al.at People. The consolidated aid to represent b and 70.000 members NOTICE UNDER "FICTITIOUS NAME "*' NOTICK IN HKRKUl • .m. v the unaorolarned. ualr!ii ,„ IT* la* i.u.ine-o under the it, i, ,,..*__%  PART* si n I,IK*I o~ !• MW llt Avenue. • i* Ma, Circuit I 1 VIA I rV>x^ it-Ma] l:..nl kl •I ^S AS Pan" ; P ^,erT ro "u7which-'.p.,. .TEWNT^^C^'CT^ off from .he right-wing Deutsche ^0.^1^.^ Re: VRS MINNIE SNYDER 71 f .:^l BW lath %  !) %  • aa hISO from bask .----..! %  r huyl.in .•! a Mere, Mr*. Beatrice He'.lrnan and } l" Nao 7 ai Blvendde l it —M ia Panel. V -. ,,er _. ih bjrial in t^aaWa* ||, irlaj Park. CHARLES REiaS ,t: --*ti-ed backmic '::..•.. died Ju | 4 He came from • ret inn.-. N Y year* ao and ured ai .12 41t.. Coral Gable. Belurh..< ret rerr-• he ai> rice |WCf!tent n fie V. -eE Heller Corp.. d t*e Coenn ii Eantura Cor.... J*o lark ejs.tn; nrms Hr m a mmter „: 1le. Judea Snrtulnr 'hi. '' &f I .: ton, FVraa rd. ; b -cand two srar.dchiMret %  *•' er? July ( ai River.-Me Menrartal i-r *.. VV. rlaeler MM ROSE STERN BURG • tUt Lriyle *vr died Jul4 B %  %  hre I* i M-J *•• frerr. Xe and man a mmbrr ef N'orth r Jew lab C^nier BUTTITIBJ are ta vnters, *n'd'" Mr MHdred ness ,„ Atlanta, and then became -• ..--. slter and thr.-*nrnnd--nll,T • BervtoM were Jut> • %  N-*i Funeral HOT.nnder the utrect of Gordon pStnera' Home from Israel where he had partici pated in B'nai Briths triennial convention Bom in Uam City. I... Kr^)ff first r4fMd B'nai B*rtt. Yitri Oraaniiatiwi (AZA), and woo fame as an orator and oe biltr, and was elected its inter national pra s id.nt. He was graduated from Sioux CityMoniagsade College, reretTed a law degree from the I'm ocnitv of Chicago and practiced law for five rears in Chicago. Serving as president of the B'nai B'rith Council in Chicago, he subsequently joined the organization's Anti-Defamation League, then head quartered in Chicago, as an assistant to the national director. In 1950. Kroloff went into the heating and air-conditioning busi Reichspartei. accusing the latter group of tendencies "not suflictentlv to the rieht^ _J1T — NOT It k MRS. AMELIA MORRISON :i mdoala, roni Cnbte>;ie came : eo's aa*o. and waa a memtw-r of Surviving aj h*-r hooband. •1 and a brother. iericee ere %  Rlveraidc Memorial Chanel. V. -laeler t with ban.il In Mt N'i %  'ter>. J the Southeastern area representative for Brandeis University. He returned to the B'nai B'rith staff in Washington a year later. Youth Leader, Builder Dies Here MM M. Singer, of 6291 SW 63rd ct died Jnly 6. A South Miami MILTON M. RODMAN -tinman f member m %  Bt John's Maaonlc Lodce Sturvivlnx are bia wife. Kanaie. two dauKli'* rMi-Ifeien ,in,i ktn Eh HI r Bank :•. brotberi, two rlatern and a arxadsniM gervicea irera ,n Baltimore with local arramceiiientby fjordi-ii i f>in. ral Home. MRS. ANNA NOVIKOFF 6 tUt BW ^rth .. died Ju'> I. si. Singer. 01 tSOfl SW 63rd ISRAEL DORES > an e fnai Br>^>k'>n llvtara ap, c t.. died Jnly 6. A South Miami' owneT ll Audub..n mmei. ss" i. • ari aa a member irf the Oroater Ml|K„JIJI 0 ,^1_— J T J | cayae blvd died June ;; He had -enerolent **lety. SurMvine ar t building contractor and Dade COUn-lbeen whiter vi.ltor hern for man ,b-husband. Jack, two dauetiters. < ty youth activities leader, he yrurs '^mlne from B..*ton, and in and MrSoni %  Klein and two p,,^ ._ .. -. moved to Miami t„ yean. ao. urHe was a member of the South,'"-" Mr. Lmian i*ne and Mr. i-huMiami Zoning Board and owner of 2!-iH**fe *. %  *••.* brother aa i Dixie Estates Corp. He came from Niagara Falls 22 years ago. He was also a former deputy state motor vehicle commissioner and had been active in civic and politnpwer and'Mr-. Ar!n"'c.,hem! ic al cireles here for more than 20 brother*, alx arandchtldren and > years. Service.* NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COU.TOr THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU-T OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR QAOE COUNTY IN CMANCERV. No SC*4 .-Ttlll HKHAK i'lalntlff. \ SIMON BKHAR liefend.ini SUIT FOm DIVORCE T" siMcN BBHAB. tirvnd Aienue. Bn.ni. Man York Y. i aiMON KKHAK are hereby .1 that a Rill of Complaint for ha. been Hied mtain.t WMt, u aie roaulred to aerve a copy II Answer ,.r I'leadlBf to the Hill of I'omiOaint on fbe nlalntlrTa Atter..,. IIKKUKKT C XKiiKI.. '•:. Un.-win Road, Miami Beach 3>. rloridn. and file the oiistnal An-wer or Plea.l•nr Ki he ffiee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 10th da. f Autuit. IS. If you fall to do w>.' Judf ment by default will be taken .K.nn.t >ou for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint Thin notice ahull be p.ibllahed once rath week for four consecutive weeks in THK JKW1SH li.iHIUIAN RONE AND t>RI>FRKP at Miami. PtSttda, t*la Sth day of July. A.D. K R I.EATHF.RMAS. Clerk. Clroult Court, I>ade Couat\. FV.H.I.i .seal) llv WM W ST. "'KIM;. Deputy Clerk. „, HRRKRRT C ZEMEU with local arrancement. b> Riverside f ^,t i^mr.Jn Koad w '""'' 1 Chapel garni Beach Fi.>rida AtLimey for Plaintiff : to.T7-i4-ai 4N#Vi~ Miss Millie Perkins, who portrays the motion picture role of "Anne Frank." is shown arriving in Israel aboard an %¡ AI Israel Airlines jet-power. ed Britannia. Miss Perkins was invited by Prime Minister David Ben-Guiion to visit Israel where she will meet seme of the actresses who have also created the role in which she currently stars. In l< '•' "F MIXtilt t-u 1,1 NUA BKTHKH IIM-IK,," KARBN KITH SOHAIIH,, ll> MATTIIKW M 81 CK1CMV,.I Joined b> RARA ItcKKhu^hi. '""A" s NOTICE V ^ULICAT,ON PETITION FOR ADOPTION TO WAI-TER M. SfHAIIlu, Sa I'abrinl Boulevard New Tor~. N V YM: ARK HHHKIIY Nl •rirll„ .i I'etltlon ha. heen filed | n the ta -i. I..I Curt b. MA I I HKV, /.IK-KKKMAN. iolned b> gi 7.1 (KKIIM.VX, hi. w|f r t L ..ll>tln of I.INliA EUTHKK N I'IRt. aad KAKHNRITTH *HM mlnora. by the Petitioner. MATTK M 7.IVKBWIAS. and \ou are auiiwl in aarve a copy of yvur ^j. i.Jectlona to ahow r au wh\ t'etltlraa akould not be (ranted L j Att rweye far PaajUjpoer. Ta iaaofi Walter, of 420 Lincoln Road^^ HeacTi. FVirldo.. and file the orb twe office Of the Clark of the v court on or before Aturu.' 10 iij HBrnrm PAIL t<>r. ,. r .C.) ITo Confeaao will be entered ank.] ywa. *" WITNKSJ8 my hand and t, anl.l %  old Coart In Miami. r>ade ,•-__, f Morlda. thla eth ay 1 Jl>. m^ K. B LKATRBRMAN CkerV of aaM rjaan (eeoJ) By: It H RfCE. JR. D1" OH V ton-he I Aaron .ml Alex. S*nlce. were (J n at Rlver.-l.le Memorial Chapel melon ave with burial in Star I 0 jiid Cemetery MAX FLOWER K9W JTih ct o.ed .-J:> 1 He' here five roan aro fnwn N'ow Burvlvnif arhi.. ife. I-rii ^n.. Darld nr.d Ju'lu.; th-ee afr. Mr. Tllh Prasrr. Mia • •Teat-rmnd.-y. : >t 'Jorton FMneraiV.nV S*irvi\ing are his wife. Barbara; | two tons. William and James; and MRS. LILLIAN -e-jHER ,a daughter, Mies Andrea Singer. :ej junr M Services were July 8 at Gordon **Sh h ~ !" Tf h T' p f a T 1 Hora V Dnder the dirc i0 Jara. Ben:aoa Brron: dauehter. Mrs. of ^*m*n Fuiieral Home, iSrti !" VX iZS&rg^ bUnal to %  Neb0 Ce ry I I arraneemem. b> ilordon Funeral t )I three ri.ter.. Im-ludlnit Mr. Editl. 'Mrfdman. W Palm Beach. Servicead burial were In Boston, with local 'rranrement. by Hellman Inerai Chapel. MRS ANNA MARQOLIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THt ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV. No MCUU ROSE T REOilO ItataUff. vUBOBIO RJCOOIO, Detaantaei NOTICE BV PUBLICATION T• I.IBoRIti RKiW.ltAI lUREaieINKS' >\V N Yu LHIORIO RKIKHO rhereby notified that a IWI of Comi.lalnt fm Iiivacre ha. been filed aaliiai you. and you w required to er\e .1 copy %  ef yowr Answer or I'leadlnr to the Bill of Complalat on the Plaintiff'.Attornei ANOKLO A ALL tin: Ain.le. Holldlne. Miami s: Florida and Rle I the ortrinal An.weor Pteadlnc in the office of the Clerk of the ifourt on or before the 7th day of Anaii.t. l:-fc If you fail to 4o ao. Judcnient by def.ult alll be taken NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 Hafeamr C.IVKN ta. the % %  litaa g aitaV e .a .i ea e to enaawh bwataoaa *fa>r the flafiloua MmVatl RKLHHOCR PKOfMJCTM at MM f*.] cayae Blvd.. Miami intend to rotifer] %  old name with the Clerk of tV (b.l call Cwwrt ef Jhaea Cownty PMrah KNIO U NOVAK n% MARV7N KOVAK X% noROTHr ixjNnoN 1 u% LABRT M)NIN 7/i-N-neJ IN TM cifacurr courrr OF -MI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiTBi RICH AMD L. PMJayaarr. I. f %  > NK B>-h.rVdt..d'lad JeaeLSSS arUhaaaMJ.r 1 '*' ,rm,,n She came her. IT e ar.. ao from ; -omplami New York. There are' nu"w5 'iuT" ', JK'*_ "IKl *£""'"'" •""•"r 1 "* 1 "• rtiaan Service, and burial Iwereln '" e J?.w -" h f r *" ur oanwculv, a, New York, with local arraignment, by Gordon Funeral Horn, ^^"' In THK JEWISH FlaiKIldAV 'ARMKK Pi.meaat. NOTt MY PUJALICATION < ARMBK BOritTHTT 4ISS MMtrh Upton Avenue Mltwaaayao. Wbjeoaln Tot* AMR HM1UCST NOTIVB9I that a f-omoAatnt far Dtvorc baa baa] Hied %  f f aB.at rov. aa4 you ar* *-| qulre.1 to oervo w ooan of jaar or PtooMlnr/ bo aa7lM of on the pmRMIfT. atbonwy M ARO Kit. TO Artbar Oowfre. Raat Mkanrt Hoarh 40. Plorbta. aad file B> %  rutinai aawr or Wln-aaa In (be fl.-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Coan.1 5>. Jewelry MRS. INDIA SAX AL ROSEN uleiman of .-. ith .1 died JaaaD. He cam. here 11 yelraro froa. New Tork. and wo. a Matol, wrt ao^T V T*rrv' r -"..""*• I rt ": 5ra "on. Terry and Herbert: and l.t, r %  artrlco* were Julv MeriH.rial Cha| with burial in nar wi a. ax or W arafan a o. .nr. janiBll ri/iKiniAN ,,n er I.. r.>. .k. eaea. ... ~* I.J .M^b^hd-of^^.r^:: ii^^Bs^X MRS ROSE GOODMAN Jlat at., died June beta .i\ \ t S "' '-'"' 'J 0 ""** ave • dl "' J >"" J" U raari ago from Buabaad, t Rlverald. W.i.hirutton are. Mt Nebo Cemeterr ANOBLO A Al.l Attoraay for Plaint i'r 1103 Ain.lev Itulljin* Ml.,.,( H, F1,,rM:. rl.la M B Ft >KI • Deputy il.rk 1„. Jill sh Teaaa. Survivirur are her wsfi5WISBKRMLr aor i. AV .' CHWART2 He cam ? "2 U,h E* rtl ] Me oame io Miami .-ix S? .:'"*• nd 'aw re In film Service. Ro.e r-X 'Ife. Pauline. „„. L Mr.. R.. WVinf.M ear. aro froi, Wvod by hie... and dauahte, Sen ice. erNOTICE UNDER V .•r'.rFJ 1 1 100 NAME l-*W N"r|f"K TS HRRKRY OJVBN that the under.un-d. doalrlaa la as mder the li.-tithju. r>ae In Molat TbU not lee nball be awbBabod OMl ear* week for four conaecutlve wta| THK JKWIRH KI,<>IIMtN IX1NK AND ORDBBED at Miami Wortea. thla lth eay af June. A E. B. LKATHMBMAN CT-rk, Circuit Court, Pade Count). FMrHl| taeal) By-X. %  MEEI>r. Boty Cb KliWIN MAROBM two .o s Bu—rf r "ecu, an ,| Arthur Oodfrev Boaf ,, „, Miami Roaah 10. rlarida /M. T/l-l* IN ALBXANUER WBlNBTOCK l"-lT-?4-JI NOTICE UND'a THE COUMTV JUDGE'S COUaTl • N AN3 FDR DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN F ROBATE In BE: Rotate of MARTHA KBIkCDMAN Hagas SSBS sHtlSr^VS Httrr Y RPlayford bortrrl ^v. birthday on June 29 mm. ROW that acet r^" 7.^^t Vi,ahMtion "orVuMe" "•Id Ch. Mtrr *,; •aowlna the dCjuMa-TS *••" poratlon ,,k 1 "f aa. t^MT-M-ll NOT.CE UNDER *rofJWitTrVr v ^creVy ^ml,. Via, is INC ''" 'FnraWha.v.1 !" M-l?.. NOTICE TO CREOITORt To All Cieditura aad AH Poraona %  Oaalma or Da—Baa Afainat Batata: 1 un -r. borwbr nockflod aad to preaent any eaalma and which you mar have aaram.t •oUHe of MARTHA nUKDMAX ceaard late of Dade Count). rH to the County Judaea of Dade • nd file the name la Urolr of the Cuntv Courtbouao In Dade ty. Florida, within right montha from the date of the publication hereof, or the earn* JKMRIR I.N1HT. aTxaaawl I'ANIF.I. NKAI, HELO-BB. Altora* • Aln.ley Bulldliur Miami JJ. .-rtirbsa, • IMJ^J5 %  N THE COUNTY JUDGE. C00 •N AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, RLORIDA. IM F-ROPATt 'n RE Ewtata*oV**" 11'A AI IIEBTA TOl'N'i abweoOB jo CBBDITOR. TO All ('redltora and All Poraona ta Claim, or IVuuuU. AaauuK "^Wall 9 You are, hereby notified aad r*ial" •"' aar ansaasa and demaaa. I aaalnat ^^ JA YOtNO' STIS.S-M tn5Tofflc^ b?Ste ,, *X ''* %  aytaaj -llam^HS r ld. V, T0CN0 tm.ift -in'



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July 10, 1959 -Jewish tkrSdUan Page 3-A 1 )INWORDStarts Today...Page 10A here. COIN WORD star ue of The Je an The first puzzle, and (I challenge to win a $100 jockpot prize, with $10 rverytime no one comes'tfp he correct solution. Mill bi tn Page 10-A. JWORD loins the many [fine features that appeal rly in The Jewish Floridiaa. become a regular family an your copy arrives in the I mail each week. And getting the right answer this issue will mean $100. That's a lot of extra spending .-a^lvjar a favorjte JjjUg tiem night have been considering. And you may win it just as easily as picking up The Jewish Floridian. Turn fo Pag* 10-A of this week's isswe. Heac'tnt columns 1 end 2 yen will find the puzzle. Ifself, which is IHtfe di fferent from most other of the popular crossnai B'rith District Picks iedman Vice President Milton A. Friedman, of was elected first vice presjf District 5, Grand Lodge B'rith, at its 83rd annual on last week in WashingC. 161 Grand Lodge conven11 be held in Miami. B'nai is the largest Jewish cornservice organization in the [Some 500 delegates attend] convention from Baltimore with 02 delegates from Friedman is the MuniciIge for the City of Miami. past president of Sholem :'nai BVith, past president lorida State Federation of I'rith Lodges, national youth sioner, past president of Miami Jewish Community | and trustee of the Greater [Jewish Federation. word punk varieties. In column 3 vow will find a list of CLUES DOWN and CLUES ACRO$S. Thoso indicate th* word needed to complete th blank lettersjQ. meir appropriat* boxes. At the bottom of column 3 is a WORD LIST containing in alphabetical order the answers to the puzzle. If you are considering a word that does not appear on the list, you know it is wrong. Simple enough? Be sure to read carefully the COINWORD contest rules beneath the puzzle in columns 1 and 2. Answers to this week's puzzle must be postmarked not later than Sunday midnight, July 12. Correct solution will be published in The Jewish Floridian dated July 24. Clip out your solution, paste it to a 3-cent postcard, and address it to COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Florida. You may be this week's! winner ... So, hurry—and good luck. Roster of members of the Greater Miami Assn. of Advertising Agencies is surveyed here by newly-elected officers of the organization. They are (left to right) Julian Burg, of Burg Advertising, treasurer; W. Arthui Fielden, of Bishopric/Green/ Fielden, Inc., president; David Hume, of Hume-Smith-Mickelberry, vice president; and George Chamberlin, Henry Quednau. Inc., secretary. Geneva Conference Urges Formation of UN Group GENEVA—(JTA)—One important resolution backed by Jewish organizations was adopted unanimously aad a second resolution sponsored < by Jewish groups seemed certain of passage with amendments this | week, as the second United Nations Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations Interested in the Eradication of Prejudice and Discrim I inatiou continued its week-long series of meetings here. The approved resolution calls izlov Denies Red Bigotry from P 1-A Jewish. cere free to celebrate the in the traditional way. many friends with whom bd and who are still my of Jewish nationality. The i true of the other members [Government. It should suf-1 the way, note that the wife of (Mar\ tne j r own Jraent Y.) Voroshilov (tituti of state), who unfortulied recently, was Jewish. of the member of the im of the Supreme Soviet A.) Andreyev is also •God give it that the Jews m any other country should enjoy the same life as they do in the Soviet Union. At the least they live a much better life in the Soviet Union than they do in Israel. By there were Jews who at request left the Soviet Union for israet. men many of them wrote letters to the Soviet Union saying they were having a bad time and wanted to come back." Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE &QkttactCo. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY fS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title hutswi Policies of City TitW laseresce Co. W ISO SNOtftANO AtCAM TOVNOM •-'••! (At— Known A. 1*4 W 1W Security Tru* CmTir Sltft) GORDON x£& FUNERAL HOME upon the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation to establish a world documentation center, with the tasks of coordinating and disseminating materials for combatting discrimination and organizing periodical meetings of specialists in this field. Among the co-sponsors of this resolution was the Consultative Council of Jewish Organizations, compo s ed of the American Jewish Committee, the Anglo-Jewish Assn., and Alliance Israelite Unlverselle. The s econ d resolution cll$ for the creation of a semipermanent committee of organizations interested in fighting discrimination, and for intensification of action against prejudice and discrimination in the field of human rights. Dr. Gerhard Riegner, coordinating director of the World Jewish Congress, defended the plan for creation of that semi-permanent committee at the plenum this week. Co-sponsoring that plan is the Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations, which represents B'nai B'rith, the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the South African Board of Jewish Deputies. Dr. Maurice Perlzweig, representing the World Jewish Congress, urged implementation of Did Trip Fail? Continued from Pae* 1A The Hague, but apparently Mahmoud Fawzi. the UAR Foreign Minister, had rejected the proposal. The UN official also met with Abdel Khalek Hassouna, secretary general of the Arab League, and Ahmed Shukairy. Saudi Arabian delegate to the United Nations. Both reportedly expressed opposition against the UN official's recent proposal that Palestinian Arab refugees be settled in the countries now harboring them. UN Charter provisions which would permit non-governmental organizations to complain directly to the United Nations about instances of discrimination and prejudice The International Labor Organization reported to the conference that, thus far, Israel is the only member of the United Nations that has ratified a 1858 convention banning discrimination in employment. Delegates paid tribute to Is* rael for this step. i_ SURF Opn 1:45 Bing Crosby Debbie Reynolds M -SAYOnEFORME" ) FR 3-3431 nUnkJiu 1-1431 7.0 S.W. 121* Avt. $?%lfe*? 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^^"^^^>^^;^^ •z-jzzz^znzFr--. G9H B^flQE B^B^B^B^B^B^B^BJ MjggHgBBBHBB ygjtlJjww • 1 J 1 Pare 4-B +Jewis*n*rk9k*r Fri *oy. July '0.1 /etrish FionJwn Exclusive YOUR MARRIAGE COUNSELOR /y Samuel CjOiling MlAMI-l NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE AUTHORITY. LBCTUBJUI ANO AWTHOB fTM* WIN What's wrong with the women in Miami Beach 1 Specifically, what's wrong with the hordes of middle-aged women who make up a large part of the moie or less permanent hotel population of this area? For almost a year now. my wife and I have been living in one of these hotels that seem to attract en like graft attracts politicians. There are women here of every character and riptior. There are young women and old women; B women and honv.'ly women: divorcees and widows; bright women and dull, unimaginative women: women who have grown fat and rich by a sue( ;on of wealthy husbands: and women who have .tilty making ends meet. Basically, the only thing these disparate women • in common is a tragic -ense of loneliness and t-• %  angement. a hopeless feeling that the world is pairing them by. I know For night after night I see them hud. in groups around the hotel lobby exchanging scraps of information and gossip, their eyes dull and zed, wistfully hoping that some unattached man v. enter the hotel lobby and bring cheer into their dull. drab, wretched lives In short, 'hey are women a ".out men and they are starved for companionship and affection. Troubles of Own Making What is so typical of the hotel in which I reside am sure, typical of virtually all such hotels on I • ( 3each. It is not a pretty picture, this sight of normally 'getic women wallowing in the depths of despair. •'5 the picture even gloomier is that many c these a >men are brunt and intelligent i -h they are apparently content to lead complete:::les> and useless In • I can understand the kmeUnesa of these aband and estranged women, and I deeply sym• ze with their plight. Bat many of their troubles of their own making, for which they must ase responsibility. For one thing, they have failed to develop any interest in either people, ideas, or in what sea for culture. They know little about the world toks and less about the world of music. Manv of them have never seen the inside of an art museum In short their lives even before they arrived at their present forlorn state were essentially shallow, and empty, devoid of interest in anything but them selves. A feeling of kinship with common humanity [ eluded them, a need of being of service to those Unfortunate completely escaped them. Today these desolate women are almost com ple'ely obsessed with the notion that only through marriage to an eligible husband can they be saved and their lives made meaningful. What arrant Don • e. As if marriage wire some magic potion which would solve all their emotional ills tad ments. Avoiding a Useful Life Some of the loneliest women I have known are married and some of the unhappiest. too No. mar riage by itself is no solution to the deep emotional and spiritual problems that afflict these women. For what they suffer from most of all is pure, unadulterated selfishness, a complete disinterest in any one or anything outside their narrow little orbit. What a tragic waste of woman power. Instead of losing themselves in useful work, instead of forgetting their troubles by helping others, these women tend to become more and more self-centered and neurotic, candidates for psychiatrists and psychoanalysts, tranquilizers and sleeping pills. There are hospitals here in Miami that are in desperate need of volunteer workers; there are social agencies which can use additional help; and there are synagogues and temples which would be delighted to utilize their talents—but these women avoid such places as if they contained an assorta oi plagues. Instead they sit in the lobbic : ires of hotels on Miami Beach feeling sorry for themselves — hoping against desperate hope that someday, some how. somewhere they will meet an eligible husband who will propose marriage and support them in the Style to which they would like to become accustomed. This is their idea of the full life This is their vision of heaven. God help us ali JQirths in OHi Civic projects and programs benefitting the community will receive "positive action'' by the new i beard ol the Prestdents' Council of Miami Beach. according to Leonard Glasser. newly elected president who presided over the Council meeting th; week. Glasser announced the appointhead an action committee to work with the project chairman of 40 cent births at Mt. S;nai Hosprtal include the following SOB born to Rabbi and Mrs David Lehrfield June 30. laughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alexander June E n born to Dr. and Mrs Howai Gordon June 29. S n born to Mr. and Mrs. BerKurchner June 29. lighter born to Mr. ind Mrs rner June 28. born to Mr. and MrArnold %  • % %  June 26. %  born to Mr. and Mrs TheoMiller June 26. born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawl -lune 23. I aughter born to Mr. and Mrs iman June 22. born to Mr. and Mrs Mark ram June 21. .lushter born to Mr. and Mr-. tanti Irvin Miller June 20. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schenk June 20. Daughter born to Mr. and MrStan Peariman June 19. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Murray Berger June 24. Son horn to Mr. and Mrs Martin Borkan June 23. Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Reich June 13. Son born to Mr. and Mrs Harrv oerg June 13. born to Mr and Mrs. Burton Farbcr June 11. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs Alan Schrold June 10. Son born to Mr. and Mr-. Melvin Paul June 8. Daughter born to Mr. and MrIrving Backrow June 6. Daughter born to Mr. and MrMarvin Liberstein June 8. Biscayne federal Buys Land Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. has just purchased a third parcel of land near its main office at 1790 Biscayne blvd The property is located at 266 N.F 18th st. immediately behind the institution, and will be used fo,additional parking. Biscayne Fed eral. which announced a four per cent interest rate for the savin a Period from July 1 to De, 1959. also maintains a Nortl Branch at NW 27,h ave. an,: st. Pres ident is E. Albert Pallor HAPPYTHEI Unicom System with call letters VV1M8 and operating on 11 Mc. frequency, has recently been installed in the fronl dj of the Jack Tar hotel in the Keys, Marathon Shores. Flo,, cording to general manager Michael A. Byrne. Believed | the only hotel in the country equipped with this facility, I Tcr maintains continuous contact by radio telephone with! growing number of planes using the 8.0CO-ft. airstrip adieu the hotel. Weather information is transmitted by the use ( wind scope giving wind directions and velocity. A fuel I providing 80/87 -100' 130 octane gas is available on the: There are no landina or tie-down fees. Civic Projects May Benefit member organizations of Council. Vice president L. A (Dec,] ker was chosen to maisu "civic calendar," which \il it possible for orgamzal schedule meetings and in advance, without re with planned activities of. groups. Baker invited all CIVIC anil ice organisation* to panics, the coordination effort Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # P You'll find complete W faciUti*eto exactly jQt_, wr your needs in the Kismet, __ Aladdin, Scheherazade asffj ^ Rubaiyaf Room*, be it for I i wedding or a private | at the IJJLu^r; bano"***' .,,, sat*-* **••* 4 1 condition lefts*• w _*-——7*P^ florifitdby Vj^ [ _tj 0 %  It. the celebrated cu.jine. tr.* auav* er i S-ixoiy, whort a famo.i lair t ot • n lT:r )i g n t •< %  *i b i ami Basel I • %  -. „ rrir •f handiome KKW PAI [LlTIEg lor epicurean fonct ma ... f. .. 1 iid Prty to a Grand Bi '"UgMsU tl ...iaCraad eulroom, I'et.-.e Ballroom, Ivors Tower. Upper Echelon Club, Ver•nda Room. Roma Uan.Te-raco Room. Cardinal Room, Town Hail. ChooungTht Saxon, tor any tjp, •f function ... """ Msmta. nuiEitiu, (uiiiuiE trfinj %  WB3 • .WHINS • CMfUHIIIMU will be your aaturanc* of a parla •• cu./„, lt „ eor „ tt m i-eo, sad lafsssstsa asj ARTHUB TtlCKNIB, "c.r ./ Mate, mi c.„ fl „ •t # tesssf JE 8-6811 ter lrH*>r*natler>t HAZIL ALLISON CailaHnw Olre>ct or. JI 1-40-1 asm st. a ceu i m *•• For Social Functions with a ftaif tt-t will make for a magnificent affair QDEAUVILLE Compile Cetorln, Fsenitit. for that iX >i*cul Party ServH i M eUeMU T fashion within a luxurious setting "' "ill rehWt rour'good] tasks. • •• • aiameai .aanacf • taaiitiuiNst. sanas aasaatn Tete-ateie or a tale nesaLiisliije *'lh 3,500 guatu.^ S!^^tmm -vaf .. BW*K. A.



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T "(Jewish Floridian Comhhkt§ THE JEWISH HUM and* THt JEWISH WEEKLY Lie 33 — Number 28 Miami. Florida. Friday. Jury 10, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20* )ag Submits Report )n UAR Cairo Talks; ;rael Shuns Comment JfA-ly Direct Teletype Wire !RUSALEM—Irrael official! disclosed Tuesday they had received rt from United Nations Secretary General Hammarskjold on bis Cairo talks on the Suez Canal blockade of Israel shipping. Prime Minister Ben-Gurien will, it was understood, submit the repert te the Cahliwt with i his ebsarvatiena en it m writing. Continuing to spurn his four leftist coalition partners in the Government, h e indicated h e would not attend the Cabinet meeting Sunday, and will have Finance Minister Levi Eshkol serve as his deputy at the meeti tag. BETTER THAN ELSEWHERE is the UN Failed? CD NATIONS — (JTA) — latest effort by United NaSecretary General Dag larskjold to find a solution dispute over Israel shipping Suez Canal appeared this to be a failure. days of conversations be Hammarskjold and officials United Arab Republic left IR as determined as ever to un its blockade of ships unte Israel flag or under charIsrael firms. An informant I it clear that the UAR would kange its position. [was also made clear that >an ioh_ ftajsjhter. _lneo Toft, r stay In sWenrTon at Port where it wee hal t ed May il MB Israel carpe was unit a "prize of war." The captain has refused te unit been reported that Hamhad proposed that the oft case be submitted to the | j^tt week by ;hree American non-Jews on of a "dispassionate, Ministers Say B-G Disclosed Bonn Contract rnuMc m mi IACKMOWW MCI -A Avraham Harman has been given the nod to fill Abba Eban'e big shoes as Israel's Ambassador here. He is a former Consul General in New York, well known both at the United Nations and in Washington. Kozlov Claims There's No Anti-Semitism in Russia JTA-By Direct Teletype Wlr* JERUSALEM—President Ben-Zvi continued Tuesday his consultations with party leaders on the formation of a new government a* the ministers of Mapam and Achdut Avodah made public copies of letters they sent to the President in which they disputed David Ben-Gurion's version of the West German crisis which led to his resignation. In almost identical letters, the* NOTfO AAUMKAMS MAftf CHAMf PAGl t-A four dissident left-wing ministers I asserted that Ben Gurion disre-' garded a unanimous 1954 resolution of the Knesset, Israel's Par-! liament, against arming West Germany. They also contended in the let-1 I ter against the argument that the sale of $3 million worth of Israelmade arms to West Germany was, r jgbt wing Herat and the general necessary for the security of Is\ Zionists. He was expected to consuit Wednesday with leaders of the National Religious Party, left wing groups, the Communists, arms etresment fellewirtg he disclosure m a West German newspaper, and that it was BenGurien who had insisted en debate in Knasaet which "he new •tetes caused injury te the State end jeopardized its security." President Ben-Zvi met Tuesday afternoon with deputations of the itional Court of Justice at [ Continued en Pea* 1A SAN KRANCISCO-(JTA>-Suwet EJni Deputy Premier Frol,Jtpxlov, in a statement made to newspapermen escorting him on his present visit to the United States, said that synagogues are not forcibly closed in the Soviet Union, bat avoided answering the charge that Jews in the USSR were being omitted from the lists of scientists. He went out of his way to state that Soviet Jews "live a much beter life than do Jews in Israel." #— — Mr. Kozlov was replying to published by the Congress for Culcharges on anti-Jewish discrimination, in the Soviet Union made prominent the basis well-documented study" in Soviet Survey, 4. reel The ministers else asserted it was Ben-Gurion who broupht about public discussion of the Progressive Party, and the ultra* ,Orthodox Agudat Israel. ypt's Inge Toft Fairy Tale )ys Rotten Egg in Denmark >ENHAGEN-(JTA)-A re[ from Cairo that the Damsfa er Inge Toft, which has [detained by the Egyptian ausince May 21 for carry[Israeli cargo, would surrencargo to Egypt and re[to Haifa was denied in snipcircles here, report was published in *s newspaper Al Ahram, in as allegedly coming from HUM K* AtAMCO n YORK-—State SuCewrt Justice Henry EpTueaday gave the New York i Commission Against Dislination eg Boars to decide tier it wasted to withdraw a dismissing charges by American Jewish Congress [the Arabian American Oil Co. nates against Jewish spits for employment action came at a hearing Continued en rage SA the Copenhagen correspondent of that paper. It was.established here that the Cairo newspaper has no correspondent here, and it is assumed that the report was "manufactured" in Cairo to indicate that United Nations Secretary Dag Hammarskiold failed In his talks with Nasser to permit the passage of the Inge Toft through the Suez Canal. Mr. Hammarskjold left Cairo en Friday by plane for Switzerland. (The New York Times Sunday reported from Cairo that in the last few days there had been speculation among diplomats there that the Inge Test affair might to decided by letting her return to Haifa with her cargo in a compromise that would let Israel get her cargo back, giving Nasser at the same time the satisfaction of not permitting the ship to pass the goes with Israel cargo. However, it became clear that the Egyptian authorities are determined to confiscate the cargo under all circumstances.) tural Freedom. The three nonJewish personalities—Dr. Donald Harrington, Dr. John Holmes and Norman Thomas—appealed to Mr. Kozlov to have the Soviet ban of Jewish culture lifted and to abolish all other restrictions against Jews in the Soviet Union. The statement by Mr. Kozlov replying to these charges reads: "These reports en Jews are a slender en the Soviet Union and en Mi policies toward Jews. In like any nationality, occupy their ice in society. We hove ministers and dsauty ministers who are of Jewish nationality. We have s eme prominent men of science, including Lenin Prise winners, who are of Jewish nationality, lame of our ablest artistically creative people are Jews. "As to the accusation regarding the alights toward the religious feelings of Jews, that is completely a fabrication They are completely free in the practice of their religion. No synagogues have been closed in the Soviet Union. These charges are slander. There are synagogues in Moscow, Leningrad aad Kiev, for example. "I personally know a rabbi in Leningrad. When I worked there, he approached me and asked that the necessary ingredients for matzoa be put on sale there. We did sell these ingredients and the Cabinet Discussions Progressing As Early Elections Considered JERUSALEM—(JTA)—President Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Israel Tuesday started consultations with leaders of the major political parties in the country regarding the formation of a new government folowing the resignation of Premier David Ben-Gurion. The first group of leaders withe • whom the President met was a delegation of Ben-Gurion's Mapai Party, the largest group in Knesset, Israel's Parliament. The President was asked by the delegation to invite Ben-Gurion to set up a new Cabinet, as well as to advance the national elections to Sept. 22 from Nov. 19. Continued en Page SA codecThe Mapai delapa f lan told the President thet Mr. Ben-Gurion could net continue with the present coo tit les, be c ause four mem D#ft #f tse# <•#•••. %  ••• t#Bff*#f !•• •Pvieleted the principle of live responsibility by a g ain s t Israel's arms West Germany which was proved by the Cabinet. The suggestion to advance the national elections came from the Mapai Party because there seemed to be no prospect of forming a new interim government. The General Zionists and the National Religious Party, which have been Contin u ed en Papa 11 A Germany Eyes Israel Mortars BONN—


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|||)f|fp^ !" jBj|JwgwwwBMqr *-?*?ns^*tH&.iy. July 10. 1959 +Jewlstifk>rMkn Pag.7-A The Future Is in your own Hands. Twenty-five years ago Chase Federal Savings & Loan Association was founded, ft was a year in the Great Depression.It required faith and optimism to evtsage the fabulous growth and dynamic prosperity of Greater Miami. The future holds still greater promise. Coming achievements will dwarf the past. One thing will remain unchanged however, namely, the character of men and women. New gadgets and jet planes and electronic miracles will not alter the eternal verities of life. There wW always be savers and spenders; doers and drifters; those who strive for independence, and others who are satisfie d to lean on dependence. Chase Federal was one of the ^^^^^^^^ftrst federal savings and loan associations J^^^^^^^^Lto provide the security of insured savings ffiV O^ ^^H or those who plan their future on the hm4*^^Lp^i Mjmmental principles of thrift and personal iri^^RjW^M^r dependence. Twenty-five years of solid grewth^^H^^^nd expansion have strengthened our primary purpose of promoting thrift, debt-free home ownership, and making Greater Miami a better place to live, work and play. C L. CLEMENT*. MEMDfiKT AnticipaUd Dividend 8TATBMENT OF OOITO wun* 3a tfi09 ASSETS Cash oa Had and tafia*** 3.482.681.5! US. Gov t. ft GoVt. Ageacy Boadt... 15,051.855.05 OTK)N $18,534.53656 72M0JT10M •7,2*3.27 IWJDJ.78 1,057,300.00 1J54J71.41 2t9,V2.13 MS4MM5 W.2.4*7.7# $13,111,210.13 404000.00 3339.691.44 1M.MI.55 .191,576 33 tM5.t77.6l rwiL- miMm. --J a-.tu. i ffll ^SaSpsw ilseu sod OCAST Assstt. .••••••••••••••••• 1-lABTLTTrES 1 Cwultaw* .........i


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*JmMthr*tta0i Page 15-3 Jewish Agency Lists Authorized Drives; Emphasizes Priority of Welfare, Israel NEW YORK-(JTA)-A list of organizations authorized to conduct public funH raisincampaigns for the benefit of Israel in the 1959-60 campaign year was released here by the Jewish Agency's committee on control and authorization of campaigns. The committee, which coordinates fund-raising for Israel in this country, was established ten years ago under the auspices of the Jewish Appeal and the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. During the past decade, the Committee baa served as a clearing house providing information and clarification with regard to numerous appeals addressed to American Jews by charitable or educational institution* in Israel either directly or through fheir Temple Children Give Philanthropy More than $1,500 in Keren Ami contributions made by children of Beach clothier. Austin Burke (right) congratulates Fred i Temple Israel's religious school r, recent University of Miami business administration i w dl8tribu t e d this week to 14 late, on being named "outstanding active" of Delta I 1 *?.' 1, naUonal nd Israeli charita Pi. international business fraternity Zucker receive* "^ oi ;8 anizations jsion during the chapter's banquet here. Burke was made Greater Miami Jewish Federation, onorary member of the fraternity, which encourages and the $044 check represents the Ig ties between business students and the world of com,0 P figure donated by the various: te. The University of Miami has invited Burke to present religious schools of the communi' k lectures on advertising techniques. His trophy will be an ,y Reform Jewish institutions, lal Delta Siama Pi presentation such as tne Combined Campaign, I _J Chautauqua Society, the Hebrew Union Chapel in Jerusalem, and the Leo, Baeck School in Israel also received funds. Local charities which were se-| lected by the children at a meet-1 ing before the closing of the school year included the Variety Children's Hospital. National Children's Cardiac Hospital, Cancer Institute at Miami, and the United Fuad. Nationally, contributions went to CARE, Radis Free Elirope, and the American Heart Fund. Frse-wiU offerings to Keren. Ami (Funds for My People) are made by toe Temple Israel students each week as part of the learning process of Judaism, and before distribution of the money the requests of various organizations and institutions are discussed and then voted upon-by the children. ik Reports it Growth ^opolitan Bank of Miami had ratest rate of growth of all [banks in Dade county, during ist 12 months, figures re this week disclosed follow call of banks by Federal Ig authorities. fcc June. 195* Metropolitan's IS had a whopping increase re than 45 percent, soaring M0.M6.SM at that time te 1,560 la June. 1860," bank declared. trend follows the pattern itan established during Mien, among banks with derof $20 minion or more, it le greatest increase in de of any bank in the Sooth and second in the nation in it Jpolitan president G. James listed among the reason* gains "the fact that Metrowas the first bank In Miami the new Redi Credit check into operation plus a Hens increase in the banks imerican business." Program Time Changes Ruth Foreman's "Dear Ruth" program switches to Thursday mornings, ch. 10. 10:30 a.m. During the summer months, many teen-age problems will be dramatized, with orchids and tickets to viewers who send in best solutions. Thursday was to feature Dramatic Academy players Bans Bloom, Lynn Newman and Lois Pearl man. American representatives. Over the years, communities, American Jewish organizations and individuals have looked to the coaitniltea for guidance in dealing with these requests. In releasing lt of authorized agencies for the lSSt-es campaign year—based on a careful review and analysis of the financial statements and promotional activities of these organization* —Ifcs committeo emphasiied that the mounting burden and backlee of immigrant absorption in Israel makes it mere imperative than over to assure priority for the United Jewish Appoet and for community warfare funds—raising funds on its behalf and te coordinate fund-raising efforts for Israel throughout the Unittd States. The following 12 organizations received authorization contingent on their pledge to give priority to the United Jewish Appeal as the major source of philanthropic funds for Israel's immigration, absorption and colonization programs: 1. American Committee tor the Weizmann Institute of Science. 2. American Friends of the Hebrew University. 3. American-Israel Cultural Foundation, 4. American Red Mogen Dovid for Israel (membership campaign only), 5. American Technion Society, 6. Federated Council of Israel Institutions. Also, 7. Hedassah, 8. Jewish National Fund (traditional collections), 9. Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, 10. National Committee for Labor Israel (Histadruth Campaign), 11. Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America, 12. Women's League for Israel (New York area). Authorization of a campaign does not imply its endorsement by the Jewish Agency. HABBI AIKAHAM iCHWUttl Key West Rabbi Visiting Here Currently vacationing' in Miami Beach are Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Schwartz, of Key West, Fla. Rabbi Schwartz accepted the pulpit of B'nai Zlon Congregation in Key West in 1947. Prior te that, he was spiritual leader of the Hebrew Congregation of Rahway, N. J., for ten years, during which he also served as chaplain to Jew: ish prisoners in New Jersey penal institutions. Rabbi Schwartz was recently presented with a key to the City of Key West on the occasion of his 12th year as B'nai Zion Congregation spiritual leader, where he also serves as chaplain to Jewish personnel stationed with the U.S. Navy. During their visit here. Rabbi and Mrs. Schwartz are being entertained by their three sons, who 1 are Miamiresidents, as well as by other family members. 3n f/ie Jvicil Editor, The Jewish Florldlan: THE BOOK ALL MIAMI IS HHXIHM. low to Win and Hold a Mate A I otinnoiiNt'nsf' Gaitffe to Married Happiness w •Samue/ Cf Jiling Minuet H \eUiuuallu Famunm Marriage Authority PoWWiH by Pocket Books, Inc. Prict 35c Available a Alt Cktm Dram Star*. DrstHWfW by ItofrCMnttr News Co. 10 Years Ago This Week Appeal: The American Reform Rabbinate sent an appeal this week te the Israel government on religious freedom. It was contained in a message from the 60th snnual convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis at Bretton Woods, N.H. The message expressed the hope that when, in Israel, the relationship between "church and state will have been definitely established, the relationship will be one of full equality and Nate Perlmutter o our. Florida K regional office, has informed me liberty for all shades of religious o( xbe recent e i ec tion to Sigma opinion." Delta Chi of Fred K. Shochet, pub" Usher, and Leo Mindlln, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian. I am not only delighted to nole M this honor coming your way, but even more important, it seems to : me to be an important milestone I in the maturation process of the j Anglo-Jewish press. As I have said on several occasions. I have long been an admirer of The Jewish Floridian. I have felt that your paper has performed the difficult function of servicing the Jewish community without becoming the creature of thai same community. Nor have you fallen into the trap of making your paper a vehicle for the ege-satisfying cult of personal journalism. 1 know that the leadership which The Jewish Floridian has exerted over the years has helped a numof Anglo-Jewish papers to advance to the point today where they have become important, useful and constructive forces on the American Jewish scene. I know this is beginning to sound like a presentation speech, but believe me, 1 have no plaques up my sleeve. I just wsnted to let you know that I think you have done a very wonderful and successful Ing Job in a difficult field. ALEXANDER F. MILLS*. Community Services Division Anti-Defamation League New York City Per Annum Afrticipejed Dtvid o rtd Etfeativo My 1. 1959 Savings ar\cj Loan Association 5749 SUNStT DRIVE South Miami Federal



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HCT8? July W.1S59 Beachlte Offers Refugee Solution WhHe House Meeting Pogn 9-A ^puty Under Secretary of State Henderson last .week ex ksed the thanks of President rnhower "at well ai my own reciatlon" for the participation Miami Beach man in a White l Uttft WA. h s w svsr. is to relief, rshabhwollae end iW luppsrttnsj. step Hammarskjold suggest UNRWA is that it'weed ant tlief rolls to eliminate the atly registered and unred dead." At the seme time, fver, he recommended that en and others eligible for rebe placed on the rolls a! IWA. [ viewing the future of the refuHammarskjold recommended Assembly that the unemployefugee population be consid"an asset for the future," tr than as a liability. If such Attitude is taken, the UN chief "the refastegration of the population into the produc[life of the area" is a possiMlHe said that there are 'ecoreasens" for hoping that | reiategratioo into the region's %  my is feasible, regardless of they are to be integrated. Immarskjold did not indicate [nature of the projects to be ^loped with the large sums of ey needed by 1985, nor where projects are to be establishBut statistical tables backing proposals indicated clearly it would be much cheaper to rate the refugees in the Arab lines than in Israel. fab Sm—r Paris Umab kRIS — (JTA) — Anti-Semitic ils have disfigured a French institution for the fifth in the past few weeks, JewI leaders reported this week. [latest target was a synagogue Ih was splashed with red ink. lack car reared up, and the Us threw the bottles of ink e synagogue. uce admitted that they had 'idence on this attack or on earlier ones, and the culprits Putknowa. Jewish leaders have French authorities, who expressed their regret and increased pallet pre taeU en %  ch buildings as the Tomb of from your suggestions, I hope that yen wlU aead them to us at sn early date." %  II. loot back from the neWen's capital. toM the Under secretory in his reply that "no plan for • olvHon of the refugee problem can be evolved that will he aN embrecint and work iustly for aU concerned." Referring to the Middle East, Ell observed that no peace will evolve there "until the problem of displaced persons is solved. With respect to the argument that Israeltake beck asset of the Arab refugees, Ell said "it would be asking them to commit national suicide." Aa an alternative, he presented these proposals: • A large percentage of Arabs living in Palestine prior to 1948 migrated from other Middle and Near Eastern states to Palestine attracted by better working conditions created by Jewish settlement, pursuant to the Balfour Declaration. Those should be repatriated to the countries of their origin, of course, with the financial help of Israel and the United Nations. •The UnRed States and other Western powers who re deeply interested' in solving the problem should take s large number of displaced Arabs under the age of 23 who could easily be absorbed and become an asset to the economies of the intaking countries. • Hrael should take back all native-horn Palestinians ever the ego of 50. It is evident that such s egme nt of displaced persons wowM be a trmmt economic liability to the intaking countries, but in this case should be assumed by Israel. • The resettlement of the balance of the refugees (other than non-born Palestinians), be treated as an exchange of population by replacing Arabs numerically for the Jewish population who were forced to leave the various Near and Middle Eastern countries since 194g. Such exchange of population has precedence, viz., India, Pakistan, Greece and Armenia, and could be treated in the same manner even though the exchange was not made simultaneous. Ell, who is a member of the United States Committee for Refugees, last year represented the government at an international meeting on refugees held ia Geneva, Switzerland. His participation in the White House conference several weeks ago was on invitation from President Eisenhower. STATEMENT OF CONDITION As f Jut* 30, m H J •..*> ) Cosh en Haas) and ia tasks ... .$ 2.170,172.21 U.S. Government lends 2300,000.00 rtrst Mortgage Leeas 17,771,414.01 Laans en Sovines Accounts ... 132.002.71 Federal Home Loin Bank Stock 2S0.000.00 Offices, Land, luMdina. and Eoaipment (Net) .... 774,051.14 Deferred Charges and Other Assets •2,217.40 Soviets Aeseents ............$l .024. lS.I7 Advances from Federal Home Load lank ......• 1,710,000.00 LOOM ia Precast 1, 3IB.I34.lt Other Liabilities SIS.1I4.M weacral Reserves and Surplus .. 1.402,247.04 TOTAL ASSETS $24,017,135.44 TOTAL LIABILITIES ... .$24,007,138.44 AJTOCIPATSS ** IftWt MU/4*fi-mm t t< f f*tf I. t15f DistlCTORS* Oavsi tmmm r*** t~*4f LmJ.Aisst frmldm*. L— Ad-k Main Officw 400 Hjorooh Drivw



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SiaMHW ?;ge 14-A kni afkrMtr Friday, lui y IQ/JJJ ._*. WH M. B "'"" MIWPLIW f/Wlf THE GOODLY HERITAGE. Collected by Avraham Yaari. 496 pp. Jerusalem: Youth and Hechalutz Department •* the Zionist Organization. tJUBTITLED Memoirs describing the life of the Jew• i chosen for its intrinsic interest and for the light it sheds upon the periods illustrated. It was Mr Schen's intention to present "as extcn Capitol Spotlight: By MIITON FRIEDMAN Tiberias, the first Ashkenaz.m in > !" !" -**'* U £ of 1834 and ISM, the beginnings of Petach Tikuino Ri>ho Letzion. the revival of Hebrew speechjn 1M1 and manv others There are many illustrations some dating wav back to the 17th century. Especially interesting are Smil.osky account* of the war period, including the locust plague Rechovot in 1916. and the harrowing story of the martyrdom of Sarah Aaroesen at the hands of the Turk*, which read era will recognize as part of the source material for several episodes in Leon Uns "Exodus. mi. Anti-Semitic Problems With Latest Gen. Grant Washington THE CIVIL WAR resulted not from silvery but because "Jew financiers" wanted to split the L'nited States to exploit the two sections, according to mail being circulated by Gen Ulysses 5 Grant. 3rd. national chairman of the VS. Civil War Centennial Commission. Gen Grant. 78. is a grandson of Gen U!;. sses S. Grant, the famous commander of the Northern forces in the Civil War who was later elected President. The Centennial Commission he heads is financed by Federal funds. It is designated to disseminate historical facts in preparation for the coming 100th anniversary of the • War Between the States." The White House is considering the new issue because the Commission headed by Gen. Grant is under the honor ary chairmanship of President Eisenhower. Honorary vice chairmen are such personages as Vice President Shea and House Speaker Sam Ray bum. The White House is known to be concerned because of Gen. Grant's officially designated status as national chairman of the distinguished group formed to unite Americans. As chairman of the National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and through service in other capacities. Gen. Grant has gained high status in Washington circle*. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Reid's Predecessors QGDEN REID'S confirmation a ** American Ambassador to Is rael recalls the first man named by the U.S. government as itrep resentative in Jerusalem. was Warder Cresson. and he| TO named Consul to Jen; alwut the time that I ndfather, M TO beginning to think of b uewspaper %  ITU in 1844 that the President named I son to the Jerusalem position. It was just about that time that Greeley launched thi New York Tribune, of which Whitelaw Iteul later became the publisher. Warder Creaaou was a Quaker, but became interested in Judaism and in the restoration of the Jewish State, and obtained his appointment as Con sul to Jerusalem to help him work toward a Zion restored. Thus the appointment might be construed as a recognition of Israel just about 100 years before it actually came into existence. Israel has been fortunate .n its American diplomat. All of them from Cresson on have given Vrtn.M „ beJ r nd ,hC Ca f dUt >" Dr Jam G, McDonald, the first American Ambassador to Israel has been a warm friend of Israel from the beginning' and his successors have all left very fond memone, behind in the Jewish State. '"emones Jews Who Are Mountains There are many Jews who are mountain* in SnTthe^r Z C he 0ldb ^ s and !" S n-bTrg In fsr aP l K Verber8S and there is P' ain Molly Berg ; storTto te h .r ver hcre is someth,ng a *£s n HSH* 1 u e of ,he ,sraeli newspapers tells of an engineer who when settling in Israel derrtln :-. ^•VSKS" o riginally? h e — ask. I ca..'2 JKiS %  Hebrew name-it is kjkj. The anti-Semitic material distributed and recommended by Gen. Grant is entitled Abraham Lincoln and the Rothschilds." It purports to show that Lionel and James Iluthschild. together with Disraeli, plotted in London to split the United States to gain their financial ends. An allegation is made that these "international bankers" selected Judah P. Benjamin. Confederate Secretary of State, to be their secret agent According to the history" now supported by Gen. Grant, the Jews were behind the assassination of President Lincoln Gen. Grant holds that Lincoln was murdered by "an actor, John Wilkes Booth, in whose trunk was found coded messages, the ke> |fl which was found in Judah P. Benjamin's possession." A spurious quotation is attributed to Bismarck, German Chancellor of the 19th century The material has Bismarck saying that Lincoln "understood that the South was not the worst foe. but the Jew financier." With the assassination of Lincoln, states Gen. Grant's thesis. "Israel went anew to grab the riches of the world Jewish banks with their craftiness and tortuous tricks will entirely control the exuberant riches of America and use it to systematically corrupt modern civilization The Jews will not hesitate to plunge the whole of Christendom .mo wars and chaos, in order that the earth should become the inheritance of Israel." Such is the stuff which Gen Grant described as "an Fven' n S a h CC Un !. l t he schemin 8" >S !" Lincoln, fcven today, he said, there is a similar campaign bv a financed" group, aimed ,o destroy America from Gen Grant mailed the anti-Semit.c document to a Pennsylvania command,,. II I>„M„ v,l. ,„, T H ^.mJStiAsats, '*".„ b ', r ; r lions of the then called itOrder No n^,/. ;: > M -' gating everj rigoJaUon Li,, the department semd the order in response to political !dTi W ? ff+ dential authority ,n an attempt tohSo'h.V mania. He annniniH n—TT !" .V.help 'he Jew* 0 f Ru mania. He appointedI Benam in iP ,n '" Jews of B-nai B'rith. te be u SCoSS r.'n '"i ?" h a,i uf *• •he hope of mitigating antiSm ,£T"' '" Ruman,a pant there. K bemi,,t Persecutions then ramBORIS SM0LAR wBe'ZV&issssg name in the Between You an d Me. Klutznick'i thismall volume In these 'days WWfashioaed. y the wonder of Jewish statehood, one tends to form ,£ centuries of preparation, tke hundreds of heroes J made their lives stepping stones to the fulfiiime'atii the Jewish dream. Thoee are their memoirs tlaM memorial is the State at Uriel. • • • FOCUS. A Journal for VowHi Loaders. Vol. II. Na I Edited by I. Malevr-Lovln. Jerusalem: Yon, ,J Hechaluti Department of the Zionist Or t n,ii m Volume II of "Focus" continues its traditieo J providing "background material en various probleaj* and aspects of life in Israel, for madrichira and other activists in the Youth Movements." There is an artieu| on planned production in the kibbutzim, and one on tte! organization and future of Jewish youth, as well as ai encouraging report on the Jews of Algeria A short ston b> Y Nemdiraf (nom de plume of a frequent "Davar contributor! is pointed, but not very good. The magazine includes several short poems, seam of which are quite well done. One of the most inters*. ing pieces, however, is "My Daughter Aniko," by CaS enne Senesh. the mother of Hannah Senesh; it u heart rending account of the last weeks of her yount daughter. Lastly, an article on the "Emerging Culture of Israel" is very complete, for ail lu brevity, and ve informative, for all its uncritical acclaim. Overseas Newslttlf: By EllAHU SALPETQ Burma Jeaasaiaal BURMA'S PRIME MINISTER, GeaJk] w Win. paid an official State visit wl Israel last month. In doing to, at %  came the second Prime Minister comajf for an official visit to Israel SicaM cantly, the first Prime Minister payngi] State visit to Israel was bis prrrtrruaaj U Nu, who came to Israel almost *xt|t four years ago. in May, 1994. Gen. Ne Win's visit represents a new high point in Israij Burma relations, which by new have become almost to] temal. despite the vast differences to rnee. religioa aail history between the two peoples. The relations between tke two countries can be dividajj into lour phase-.. Burma, which received ila mdepesak from the British in January. 1048 (four months before rael independence! extended fuU dtotomattc recogmtioal Israel in December, 1948. However, for three yi there were almost no contacts between tke two count Then, in October. US2. a delegation needed by U I N.vein. leader of the Burmese Socialist Party—the partner in the ruling Anti-Pascist People s Freedom Lea -armed for a visit Three months later. Israels Forttol Minister at the time. Moshe Sharett. led an Israel deupl capital AS,a So< l,s, ^"W Rangoon. BurauV 1 n on. the second phase of relations beg* us first envoy to Bimne-eneritctic. David Hacohen-whose name-seen became I I both among Burmese government cirtto n rliplomaUc corps. Soon scores of Be" I WfMtiona began arriving in Israd n 7>ikty of the solutions found bv yomf ^ milar problems facing young Burma Amf whutcl nS WaS ,h flrst Burm dit.r> misttoj ") -'"ne. 154. an d which was follow,-.! by tk Some B,. !" •. h, r Plan0s !he Bu ""* Air F KST p '! 0, s r !" v*d their training with the k n, %&£* lheri *' M fr m Ur "" m\ raetoi J, "2T, ^ ^ ^Mh sukag tke tie, totoV *ther thtoTFJm?". *" tke United States AnwM E-glito, Heb^ P l^r^l PUhlt ^ %  "^P^ of Hete^w" rn^?* •* Wte. — t m„ tot b > American^e' tlj'l\*"**•* -"dar1..Jlg of W| ad of American Jewtoh kes by



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r July 10, 1959 .^__——i in Jers Mark Anniversary rating their 60th wedding ary are Mr. and MM. im Tester; •( 8885 Byron (iami Beach. They were in Odessa, Russia, on July [occasion will be marked by tily dinner Friday evening Fontainebieau hotel. land Mrs. Tesler came to the States in 1906, and settled mta, Ga., where Mr. Tesler ii-'a manufacturer. The eoutired in IMS, and moved to Beach. Herman (Rose) Mechlowiti, %  mi Beach, is among the five daughters who will elebrate the 60th anniver-1 Kent. Also due at the family are Mr. and Mrs. Isaac i Kadis, Goldsboro, N. C, Dd Mrs. William (Fayge) E.sISavannah, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. (Sarah) Mink, Wilson, N. I id Mr. and Mrs. Robert: de) Baer, Dunn, N. C. daughter-in-law,, Mrs. Jack is traveling from FayetteC, also to be at the event. i-uple have 16 grandchildren (tie great-grandchild. — %  —a 1 }8cr Federal sws Increases ,!i r Federal Savings, which fur business just three and %  If years ago, recorded the highest increase in savings, a 1 savings and loan associaDade county in the fiscal ihich ended June 30, accord-j an announcement this week. | savings and loan association ichieved the fourth highest tain assets ia Dade county the same period. only associations surpasloqlor Fodoral were t h SSI +Jm**i>nnrM*>r> Fog* SB Long-Time Zionist Taking Messages aw *HD MIS nsuff Bill to Moke Many Tots Pay JERUSALEM-(JTA)—A bill to pay government allowances, ranging from six Israeli pounds per month to ten pounds, to all fami-, lies with four children or more, was introduced in the Parliament I here this week. The measure, sponsored by the Ministry of Labor, and approved by the Cabinet's economic committee, would go into effect Nov. 1, and would co*t the Government 7,700,000 pounds a year, if adopted. All Israelis with families of four or more children would benefit. The assumptions underlying the! proposed legislation are that the average worker is able to provide for a family with no more than three children, and that the mother j of a family with more than three children is unable to supplement j the family's income, being too busy to bold a Job because of the burden of caring for her children. The new benefits would go to all families eligible because of the number of children, regardless of whether the bead of the family is employed or unemployed, and regardless of whether the family is rich or poor. The bill is quite certain to pass Parliament, although there may be criticism levelled against the Government for presenting the bill on the eve of national elections. If enacted, increased payments to the Insurance Fund would go into effect in October, so that the new allowances would be paid beginning Nov. 1. A Mismi Beach man will shortly be traveling Jo Israel, and he is taking along with him many messages given to him by friends and neighbors for delivery on his arrival in the Jewish State. He is Jack Alexander, of 2421 Lake Pancoast dr. Alexander came here from Israel in December, 1957 due to his wife's grave illness. He was hern in London and educated at the City of London School and Queen's College, Oxford. At tho ego ef 24, he went to South Africa te become a lecturer in classics at Rhodes Univarsity College, Grahematown. In 1918, he accepted a post there in English and philosophy at Witwaterstrand University. A year later, Alexander was appointed secretary of the South Africa Zionist Federation. His Zionist affiliations date back to his student days at Oxford. He was editor of the "Zionist Record" during his first five years JACK AUXANDU • far the caasa of sen-ice as secretary of the Federation. In 1944, on the completion of 25 years of servi ce w Hu th e Zionist Federation, Alexander settled in Israel, where he frequently broadcast from Jerusalem radio during the Mandate. Until ho came to Miami Beach, he was heard several times weekly over Kol Zion Lagolah. Alexander will bo leaving Miami Beach July 31 to spend a month with family in London. Front there, he flies to Israel for a two-month stay to wind up his business affairs there. Since coming to Greater Miami, he has spoken before many Zionist groups, as well as at Combined Jewish Appeal functions. Loaded down with messages to family and friends in Israel that have been given him by his many acquaintances here, Alexander said "I'd be happy to take back even more," adding in typical Oxonian English: 'It's all for the cause, you know." Farband Cites Frankfurter for Public Service AIM. MABUS fablishod in the early IMO's. announcement said. r irst Federal, the nation's oldest Mutton of its type, increased its tags $18 million, and Coral r les Federal was second with alGUITAR INSTRUCTION lodera SPANISH A AMERICAN b Teacher ef Steels haoaastalt •mt* Soy Guitarist, Ago 11 HAPJO CVANS — PH 7-1104 MW 17* CTAPT. *, IftMMI %  Please phone .r e*op peetcard V aaeeiwtmont. New Hadassah Group Forming A new group will shortly be added to the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, chapter president, said this week that the 11th group is now in the process of formation .and a member bring amembcr luncheon will be held Monday. 10:30 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Aaron Tepper. president pro tern. 1545 Cleveland rd. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, president of the Florida region of Hadassah, who -recently returned from a trip to Israel, will discuss "Hadassah and the American Jewish Woman." WASHINGTON-Justice Felix Frankfurter, of the United States Supreme Court, was the recipient last week of the second an nual Fjrband Award for Distinguished Public Service, according to an announcement by Louis Segal, general secretary of the Faroand. The award was presented to Justice Frankfurter at a ceremony in his chambers in the Supreme Court building. The text of the citation pays tribute to Justice Frankfurter as one "who embodies the highest democratic ideals of the American and Jewish traditions; who exemplifies the Jewish unity of law and ethics; and combines, in his outstanding service as a Justice of the United States Supreme Court, rare humanitarianism with profound legal erudition." Segal psin t af out that tho Parhand has long admired Justice Frankfurter "as a man, as s Jew and as one of the outstanding legal minds our nation has produced. Justice Frankfurter completed 20 years of service on the Supreme Court earlier this year, having been appointed to the court in Jan-I uary. 1939 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt after a distinguished, Times for that newspaper's "outcareer as a lawyer and prpfessor standing coverage of Israel and at Harvard law school. Middle Eastern affairs and its enThe firs: rarband Award wa.s lightening editorial policy concernpresented in 1958 to Arthur Hays j ing this important part of the Sulzberger and the New York 'world" PALMIST tDAM ROBERTS Indian Reader %  J advisor an all preblama on leva, rr( ae, bualnaaa. All readings srs *ta ana confidential at Ml* N.W. 7th Avanua for Appointment PL 1-9410 '^"'Wn^A^AxA^AjA^AKArfn, MADAME CHEROKEE I'd palm reading, tail your past. *nt. futura. Oifted reader, ad" you In all mettere. Help yeu •ickneee trouble, answer all r questlens. See her today, teorrow m-v „, ,,. at#Advice en %  "'•Oe, lave, oual. 3427 N. Miami Avenue PR 1-9SM %  ^^^V'^^V^^W^V^ most $12 m""on," according to t" innouncement. ^*^Bsat bled its savings. Savings increased from $10,263,000 to $30,871,000, an increase of 101.4 percent. During the same period, its assets increased from $12,894,479 to $34,472,759), an Increase of 93.4 percent Howover, Paul M. Marks, prosMar* ef Flee*or odaral said •he source ef greaoaet satisfaction to officers and sttroctors hoe not boon more prowth Itself "but the fact that the iMdMing ef reservos has eaceedod this ** %  ptatadawtsal prowth m assets find MviotM." Reserves, the accumulation of profits set aside for the protection of savers, increased 121.5 percent, from $388,589 to $880,805. In disclosing Flagler Federal's continued high rate of growth, Marks disagreed with some top savings and loan executives and some builders "who contend that the new 4 percent dividend rate will run up the rates and costs of mortgage financing. The 4 percent dividend on sav logs wss inevitable ia this area," be said.



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July 10. 1959 MS Of WISDOM %  l learn, then form opinions." .. \ —TALMUD • Jewist, tkrkMa*. Page 13-A X Jttld where there tali; no secrets." —MIDKASH %  >*> I —_S I— U It ura\a fell great oa\t." —TALMUD low! frit and it will avoid —MIDRAlll hijhtr the mountain, the the valley" — MIDMASH • trdingto the garden is the —MINUS M **<-* according to the MID* ASH %  I cotts nothing u north —TALMUD —io—s_—us in rw v_ onvcraudon h??nn^n -nn-ne T • I YV I T T • Tit • I • T 'l V |,iriory-D'a .-."rnnoft y_ n^x-iai naloj?lK tn-VnBX iv natfnn fitrnniK^nanrnjV nan ma-tin 1 ? snn .D-rtBrl nine VtfB wn ,(anfn-msn) nsnn |b s |p|?n ivhgrn ,n^te ra ttrix D-KXIO _x XVI .onnxn rmsi .•"IT • V T T .o-prnaa VX-IK 1 ? in *!j^a o^w .D^ 1 ? H^W na' .na-i8n a ,-iam ,ra? nnrrnD ^m 1 ? TKO it • • I %  7I0NCitrv Fruit spring the picking season ends. This season begins lutumn, at the end qf Octothe beginning of Novemcontinues to April-May. I branch of Israel agricul attained very great iml. It includes various fruits. K he orange, the grapefruit. Hlaller fruits, such as the Hint(tangerine) and the Lv H is not an original Israeli %  fti the Bible we do not find Hg other fruits of the coun' Bit brought to our country Bar, from overseas. But in Hrse of the long period in %  it is cuHimated in this I It has become clear that %  of our country and its sun w suitable for the growing Hied by *rit Ivrit Olamit) YOUR RABBI ham m e**ttta f asMtt of Jew* or WwT VMr imjatrles to "M I imiUlN Jawts* hi W73. Mtaasi II. Fts —US. r •* HlflHTI, %  Mil •peclfkoHy to retlflees ami %  Um fMM %  **•• COOMtATHM WITH TNI WWITUAl LI AMU ft TNI CtlAJII MIAMI KAtAJHKAL AS SM^ Ofrvice* J his (AJeette net .•• %  -•**• t of Law Will Triumph Over AH Laws of Power By RABBI TIBOft STERN BoHi Jacob Con. rogation Moses in his modesty underestimated his strength in the realm 0 f law and Justice. In doing so, he resorted to the law of power and Physical might. For example, he hit the stone instead of speaking to it. Tongue-tied, he nevertheless gathered the people of Israel, appeared before Pharaoh, and commanded the exodus from Egypt. Moses, with the power of his word, relayed the Ten Commandments to the world. Moses sang the most stirring hymn of thanksgiving, but he failed to use that power to quench the thirst of his flock. Moses paid dearly for this error. He was deprived entry into Israel, he remained the leader of the revolution and of the desert, but not of national sovereignty. If Moses failed to satisfy the needs of Israel by the law of power, no one can succeed. The law of power is subject to doom, whether on the international, or local scene. It must break—it must tire and fatigue. The power of the law is Divine, fearless and uncompromising. The powed of the law is Godly, and therefore not subject to the fragility of man. Sometimes we lack evidence of the evil of the law of power. We can not prosecute or condemn it legally, but it is no less evil. The law of power is a mark of totalitarian systems of government and cunning methods of individuals. We learn a great lessen from the error of Moses. All people, and spiritual leaders in particular, must use the power of the law instead the law of power. With the power of the law, we shall lead our flock out of the desolate life of the desert and satisfy a thirst for knowledge and faith. With the power of the law, we shall fortify our ranks against the law of power. KNOW YOUR Hf*fT4Gf UAHUi I loo* Sifftaj arrar at Mates Blessings Used in Religious Life For a Variety of Circumstances MMmtrnt^immtamaam M'IOOOS— Food. Before the Jew partakes of food he is required to Invoke a blessing upon it. There are specified blessings for the various foods. The blessing which includes the word "m'tonos" specifically covers baked goods other than bread, such as cakes and cookies. She-ha-kol.-AII. On partaking of meat. fish, eggs, cheese and candy, the blessing of "she-hakol" is recited, which proclaims gratitude to God "by whose word all things exist." Malbish Arumlm — C I • t h • the Naked. When a person is preparing to out on a new garment, be makes he blessing of "malbish arumim," thanking God for providing clothes for him. In this manner, men acknowledges that everything comes from Him. Mmi B'relshls— Ftrmod CreatSSML Upon witnessing lightning, a lofty mountain, or anything that is stupendous, ntan is to acknowledge Gods sovereignty by the recitation that God created it—"Maasai B'relshis." Additional blessings dealing with mad and his acknowledgment of God as the Power of Nature: Upon hearing thunder, experiencing a hurrieane' of tropical storm—"Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God. King of the Universe. Whose strength and might fill the world." Upon seeing a rainbow — "Who rememberest the covenant, art faithful to Thy covenant, and keepest Thy promise." [ CANDLEUGHTING TMt A Tamui — 6:57 pjn. At the sight of the sea-" Who hast made the great sea." Upon seeing beautiful trees or strange animals—" Who hast such as these in Thy world." Upon seeing the blossoms budding for the first time in the year— Who hast made the world lacking in nought, but hast produced therein goodly creatures and goodly trees, wherewith to give delight unto the children of men." In the presence of a sage—" Who hast imparted of Thy wisdom and them that fear Thee." In the presence of a learned man in the sciences—" Who has given of Thy wisdom to flesh and bloodOn hearing good tidings—" Who art good and dispensest good." On hearing evil tidings—" Dayam Ernes—the true Judge." On meeting with a friend for the first time since his convalescence from illness—"Blessed be the AllMerciful Who hast preserved thee for us and hath not yielded thee unto the dust." Gomel—Vouchsafe. A person who has encountered danger such as an operation, an accident, a dangerous journey, is AOATH VIIHUSUN. 170*0 Collins av. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Haraam. Cantor Bin zion KlrscMsn baum. • AOUOATH lettAKL. M01 Cartylo at:, Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. Friday ( p.m. Haturriay H:S a.m. Sermon: "Whfii leaders of Men are Mtsuaderxtood." ANBHE EMES. ISSS SW t*rh ave Conssrvativs. Maxwell SiHnrmjn, president. —_ m •CTH DAVID. 25SW3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg Cantor William W. Llpaon. Friday at sundown. Haturday 9 a.m. liar Mltavah' Jacob Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Friedman BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sahiff. 8ETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W. Herson. Cantor Hyman Fein. PridJk) *:1T. p.m. Be l l l ion. "The Rehelllon of Korach." Saturday a~m. Flar Mlixvah: l>avld. w>n of Mr. and Mra. Morris Hrhwer'teln. BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia avo. Orthodox. Rabr-I M ""is Rottman. BETH JACOB. oVWtl Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamches. — o %  BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW Srd ave Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker. o ~^— BETH TFILAH. *35 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER P.O. Box 34-5*4. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. DADE HEIOHTS CENTER. 181*0 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. FLAQLER-ORANAOA. 50 NW 51tt pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Motor. Friday : p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Itar MMzvah: Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Rnlsman. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ramon. Cantor Sherwin Levlne. HEBREW ACADEMY. (IS tth St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. o HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON OREOATION. 1150 W. OSth st.. Palm Sprinos. Jack Kirachbaum. president. Friday B:1S p.m. fluent spiritual leader: Rabbi Nathan H. Zwltman. Sermon: "Judaism — Kellarlon of life." One*Sliahbat boxts: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bine, In honor of their el**hth wedding anniveraarr. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 9030 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yahudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 11*4 SW 24th tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday :So p.m. Saturday K:J0 a.m. Sermon: "A I lhl In a Room of Darkness." Bar Mltxvah: Jeffrey, .son of Mr. and Mra. Seymour Yaea>r o MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Heracholl Seville. Cantor Berala Kelemer. Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser] mon: "Enduring; Vlotory." MONTICCLLO PARK. 1*4th at. and I NE 11th ave. Conservative. WriOma :!ft l'-m. Saturday a.m. iluest spiritual leader: Rabbi Max | Zui-ker. of Iwlton, tin. Pir M'-e>-| K.lih. snn of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i i Ireonalde. NORTH DADE CENTER. 1SSS0 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. I Friday 1'• P.in. Baisuon; "I'ower of 1 Kdiu-atlnn In Our Dally Life Saturday a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving; Ruarnblatt. NORTH SHORE CENTER. *20 75th it 7AUS OF MORALS A ftubbom and tpo&ad thild constantly demanded of his parents more than was reasonable, and they made every effort to comply with his requests. However, one day he osk,r I li P m. in Javob H. Kaplan Chapel. TEMPLE JUDEA. S Palermo ayo. Liberal. Rabbi Morns Shop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Cantor Samuel Gombera. Friday 8:15 p.m. (Juest speaker: I for Israel. Saturday i a.m. TORAH TEMPLE. 1184 Wast avo. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casael. Services Friday evening and Saturday mornins. Dally prayer and meditation. YOUNG ISRAEL. TSTSO N 40th avo. Orth-dox. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ave. Conaervative. Rabbi aV Loon Hurwitz. a/ls-M, 7/- 7/I-10-1T-X4



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I July 10, 1959 knUt fhrkfistr Page 3-B President of District 5 Women, Gerald Soltz, Breaks Precedents ___—________| Mrs Gerald P. SolU was [president of the Fifth Dis B'nai B'rith Women in ing as presided of *• -Miami chapter of Hadassah, having also served the Florida,region of Ha last ej| Bha ahe broke Lgassah es treasurer and secreUur. standing-precedents. f or several years. Mrs. Solta is a former president of tie Southern region of Junior Hadassah, and was the recipient of a Jewish Agency scholarship to the Summer Institute in Israel In 1052. She has .served as a vice president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organisations of Dade and Broward Counties and recently served as a Miami campaign chairman in the Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Soltz is an elected member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a member of the executive committee of the B'nai B'rith p0B long-at* the first District president liami in 17 years. She also dMlncttan of being the president in the history Fifth District, and the even distinction of being the It district pr caM — t in the history .of B'nai B'rfch Mrs. SolU la-31, married, s two amaU children, Bon[and Howard,.4 Lscltt was founder and first st of the Eleanor Roosevelt of B'nai B'rith Women. [past president of the B'nai [Women's Council of South founder and first prealtbe Naomi group of Hadas Varied Program For Children PTA of Congregation Monticello ; Park has planned a varied proj gram of summer activities for children of the congregation's religious school. I Progaana, includes bowling-, July 122: movies, July 29; Wax Museum, I Aug. S; night baseball game, Aug. 12; and a surprise activity Aug. 19. Children have thus far attended the Seaquarium Wednesday, and 'are planning to watch a doubleheader ball game Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Summer Social Wednesday First summer social of the season will be herd by the Hebrew Academy Women Wednesday evening at the Sterling hotel. Mrs. Samuel Farber is chairman. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president, said the social wilUahg the form of a card party. kd he Jsat completed serv-Youth Organization, and of the MKS. OfffAta MtrZ | regional advisory board of the I Anti-Defamation League of B'nai I B'rith. She also serves on the [board of the Jewish Vocational [Service, the Federation of Jewish Women's Organisations, and the Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation. Miamians also elected to serve at the District 5 women's meeting were Mrs. Alfred Reich, first vice president; Mrs. Bernard Supworth, historian; and Mrs. Norman Reinhard, Mrs. Murray Lazarus, Mrs. Frank Brandt and Mrs. Samuel Neiberg, district service officers. 'Chkken-Que' Due Saturday West Miami Post 223, Jewish War Veterans, will hold a "ehicken-qae" in conjunction with the Auxiliary Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Katz. 424 SW 98th ave. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Stanley Gold. lunchee* and Swim Party Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will bold a luncheon and swim party Thursday, July 16, at Morningside Pool. Mrs. S. Saul is sponsor of the 11 a.m. affair. COTTAGE CHEESE A to* M every taste-sweeter tasting California, tangy regular, Chive Salad and Garden Salad! Because it's mare papular, and quatoyohxtod ... Breakstone's always jUivarfresK



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FQCje irO I I' e %  4 1 r ridoy. % n Hew Camp Period For Center Program ehl.• 'he of the MJ* Jcme Evans, exeeaeve JWCIHI Setjnr!^ FeaercUoa :.: Temple 1— hniiili M; .mau s iia = ntatiai: lac distinguish service iram the Jeerish Breafie lasamr* =c Amenrs to mark the 23th anniverscrv cs bw ——j M "" ieoaecKUE:' as csi c ffi fff and a lis e aibei oi the exerurve I K UJI rr toe rasnruie which she is curreniiv serriag 3 treasurer Whan: .nest crson .s Mis. Leas L WaMa. nee presoezr re r lew-jEt 5ra_ie Ir-sutate. at its beodqaarters a New Varr Trr Miami Beach Woman Ponders Replies to Plea f July 4 IU sat only the nation i celebration of Inoeseaecece Hay. Juh 4 was aiso a irilri ihlj in weekend day on whore a Masse (male plea of a fellow cruse* be name of the inrlrernare c rsail but \ery ire* Mrs. Carol Strain Monteneri. af Sunset Island No. ]. sat down and addressed a letter to Mayshie Frtesiberg.. of IM LenOK avt. Frtedbero. retired e*ctr>oan from Boston, Mass.. is hats known hero for his ardent ph.lanttiropk efforts. Dunng the Combined Jewish Appeal czmpa-.gs each year. Mayshie takes a Jesdanerole ID bringing ta Dade coast? Jewry the stary of the dr;ve. tta goals and ambitions When Israel Bond tune rolls M—d be becomes jest as staunch a ha one-mex plea for tke purchase of bonds tc assist the Jewish Staie achieve eronoauc seli-suffjoency For yean, he has assumed '•he personal cast of % % "ripr ad verUsing in behalf o/ both drives. sad it frequently seen in Miami *6*eh caieteoas and on street earners handing out explanatory campaign Lteralure Hi reDsir %  (tan OB the nrnsriss of Eased? event' ya*e loo." MITTS* wrote. I am Mayskse a Jew. of ear histary and ever ready te serve sry peaple and IsI am selling the best and bond m the werid It is the State of Israel Bond." -i > tfer Miami Jewish Coeamt> Center da> camp* here The instl according to Mr* %  ,-hmaa. chwnsaa of the tee. are i of a continuing pnrjram ua•Jer the direction of trained and experienced social ae*p worker? Each child has ao opporturu') under the direction of trained staff and counselors to enjoy summer n and an experience in group living included r* Camp Kadrmah. Southwest YMHA Branch, direttor Harry Shorn is, heed ceunseter Herhert Jacobsort; Camp Me-K a Bee Miami Y M H A Branch, director David Eskenari. head counselor Mrs. Judith Goldstein; Camp H—r, North County YMHA Branch, director Donald LaBelle. head counselor Miriam Schemberq. Camp Shalom. Miami Beach YMHA Branch, director Arnold Pislcin, head counselor Robert Chei.n. At the Beach Branch Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m.. Camp Shalom will hold it' annual carnival on the grounds of the Center. 1536 Bay rd Proceeds will help scholarship children go to camp. Mrs. Robert Grossman ii chair man of the day camp committee. and Mrs Jerome Weiss is chair maa of the carnival Other members of the commitia process of formation are the Rep. Dante Fascell (left) looks on as Miami Beach at Gershon Miller and Burnett Roth arm admitted to praccThi foro the U.S. Supreme Court. Center is Mrs. Miller. Forg admittance came June 29 in the office of the Clerk oi the] preme Court. Beach Rabbi Back From New York Sueoested Mayshie: Israel Bands, and I will five yeu whale com m i ss i o n h e errh, happiness, contentment and Jewish pride. By burin* an Israel Band, you will show your corv tmued confidence and faith ia •he future af Israel. I am ewew•"* veer cat) and shall be happy *a visit 7041." Rabbi Tiber Stem, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, has returned from an extended visit to New York. During his stay, he attended the annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America, and was Mesdames Solomon Kann. Maurice %  con,inis>ioned ,0 ga,ht r n orma ••rry Vallen. William ** t on c !" "'' he I pMsa p Samct. Samuel AbenS ate ,nd tanada for the Purpose of publishing their correct names. II as the names of the rivers Bible at the sasaun •The Idle wild Airport Synaj and "Did Ben-Gunon Err is ing Arnnaaltsai to German ha was %  Post of Jewish War *nd Auxilian will bold •-.tr.. Mark(3(0 VA 2Ttb ave M.am. a bond Fr **"l sed hts letter'to maey irienes and SSSJ)M— a the "- of -haaaes and jobs far %  *? new Ismeha.Jly 4 was Indfpialiau Day. Mrs. Mentasari read Mayshte's leth ao^reased to her. The spe 1 Mm evtmt m hCT w the recent engagement of her danthter. Miaa Joyce Straus. Mrs. Moataaari thoaght of the spmt of Amenean iadeaeameace, and of its ^.eanmg to sKui Israel in ber quest for a free future through the purchase of bonds. She sat doan and addressed a Dear Mayshie. enclosed please find check for Jl.080 In Miami it's FLORIDAF O R E M O S T DAIRIES for Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2421 The ore.t name in dairy products FRANK J. HOtT. Manage, I : eUman, Jamt-> Hse, Iram Harris. Paul Willens. Bernard Sele\ar. Harold Cotler and Arnold R< Camp Noar was to complete iu anmial show Thursday evening. Friday the camp will participate in sn all-day outing at Hallandale Beach. At Camp Kadimah and Camp, Ma-Ka Bee. special camp shows and caratvajs 0 avc takes place during the past week The • cxmft are now preparmgi •orthe special programs of the" second feur-n-eek period which wul %  comnieriee Monday. Coordinating, tnbuted by Bloch Publishing Company, arrangements for which he completed during the trip. Rabbi Stern was accompanied b• his ,f P They v.s.tcd stern College for Women of Yesh.ra ES?' 1 ", herf ,he,r daughter. RocheUe w,l| Pntrr „ a s udenf Iai e L A MT "" ,f ^ !" rort will begin located in them. Sack information iimperative in the legal documentation of Jewish divorces." Rabbi Stern explained. While in New York, also an official wit of Board of Orthodox Rahhis there to assist ia sett.no. ua> an "Sirwv -a formula .nvolvin, permi*"on to oeaarva the Saewaah.~ The Beth Jacob spiritual leader said that such facilities wNl else thartly ha Produced in Miami Beach. The Composition of the Emanuel Tropp •fti Shohm Women Meet Mrs Ban* E Kramer, vice Jem of Temple Bcth Sholom rhood. and Mrs. Juluis B .sha Pro and Mrs Harry E Wolk mem5" -Ubehos:. f,* %  the Ye.-. a ^ ; tS hood : u.. ; — %  .T presiaent e neaM t -:n. morninc' achMk "1 Asked for |TETlEYTEA,NAGuss: n \f en"d 10 a gUs, o, ^p, %  mfs? ttrtct Raoc^mcaf s | pen)sJaa 8'NCE 1837i AsUMut mm IH* % %  I HIT MOiCTSt "**• Xfwtes, 5-0B75 GRADE x SERVING GREATER MlAMi wa -tamiii "D" M. PRODUCTS IHI no o' Obn KOSHER ZiCN^' ISIttSI icui • • %  •MC. MOsm IT, PHONO; JC MX '4% mm M331 HKn M AN PtARL e*T DA"*|



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Lift Bected JWB rresidewt SEW VORK-Solo^ U .^ ^£!J if Ui been chairman of the eiecu '*-; MUOM1 SOKMNM irrr ^^ cwtce Prescript ion Spec/olisf $ NOW IN TWO MODfjRN 4nr-cofR>rnoNn, ENLAtGEB BUCK LOCATIONS MOM PAfKIHG JMft CfffVFNffNT TO BUSK 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-7425 loir. Woohmgeaa Ae. Mezimiae 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTSPtESCIiPTIOMS FILLED (.ONIACT LENSES • ponmn ^S* *•*' w Rabbi Joseph L Rackovsky M \u>nil 1953. HI elected Biunil .juiimtJWB-4SM-. week at a pe*l "**' Erector, here Ltt -• *""£ succeed the late Lk-yd DmkflKt. of San Francisco who dioi on May 15 Litt, *ho is the eighth president of JWB. is a parteer m the Ne* York Slock Exchaege firm of Asiei A Co, witli which be ha been s related since 1918. when be start ed as a runner at Lbe age of 14. He becaaae a paetaer of the 81 yearold m li u ny in It. The new presieee* of JWB is • eroded of fhe Jewish Community Center m ovement. JWB n the n.HonjI asseciaeien of Jewish Coenmurwty Center* and the ,ii. %  !—i—I % %  Itiir'—' agency tor serving me roltgio m and marale need* of Jewish personnel in the U. S. Armed Forces and in VA baaewtals. Bom on New York's lower East Side ot immigrant parent*. Lift WH an octreem e iwh o r of a boy*' club in tKe Educational Alliance, one of the eldatt Jewish Community Centert in the country. The boys' club in the Educational Alliance, of which he was president, had as lU leader the late Frank L. Weil. New York attorney, uho was president of JWB from 1*40 to 1950. Weil helped Litt get his first summer job as clerk in a New York City Draft Board in 1917. of which Judge Joseph N. Proskauer was then chairman. In 1944. Weil invited Litt to become the first chairman of the newly-established JWB finance and budget committee. That same year. Litt was elected to the JWB board of directors, and in 1945 he was elected to the executive com 1 mittee. on which he has served ever since. In 1954. he was elected a national vie* president Jewish C-nwr. Seated fronlrow left tongH are Donald Martin KWr, Samuel Holkmjif. adriw Erwin Marshall principal. Mrs. S^r Arnold SB^atnJMd. Pa^mnJM^ Bureau if Jewish Education Tests Shew Great hnprovement in Three Subjects Greater Miami. ^ ^^ ^ „ ptmcbn 0 lb e More than 5.000 tests were tanleaeniHg ms and Ceremonies" with marks from three to eight points above those of the past year. In history, the community median marks showed gradual upward curve, an increase of one to two pointi above last year's median. In Hebrew, because of the new tests in grades one and two, there can be no comparison with pre-j vious years, the Bureau explained.' The median marks in grades three: and four showed gradual improvement with an increase of three to fwr points above the 1958 marks, and from one to five points above the national mean collated by the American Assn. for Jewish Education. Improvement in grades three and four may have some relation to the implementation of the Bureau's required Word List for grades two. three and four. In grade five considerable improveThe Bureau* tooting) was edmbwstereeV by Hi sionaJs in the Bureau and the teaching staff of the Jewish schools in Creator Miami. Final collation and report was made by Herbert Bargee, assistant director, and Louis Schwartxman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The objectives of the annual test in? program are to Eather -uf ficient cases to establish city wide norms of testing in the three subjects tested so as to establish in struments of objective educational measurement in the Jewish schools to compare these norms with the preceding years so as to register the improvement or lack of progreet, Berger and Schwartzman] said. MOVERS 'U. DART PKE4R*S New York. New sftenW DIM. i B4BS3 l^O lol^B*BBB^BvVlRBsaW W afW 4 CtXLfWl AVI tTVa| LOAD WT E5 1 U I T )| j rEArtlTE CONTSOl GLASS F0R EVERY FUIP0JE Til I IT I %  %  ii I B—W III reee. tuofiJ tthiui aeaf 1A #S. t-la^s and H| 136 S.W. Ith STRUT fc t> *^^^^a i i %  % % % %  41 "Progressing with Our Many ScrttsiWd AOOTIta 10CATMN *W COULTON BROS. -AiT" "BMtftr. -MI_ TOW TfMC* ten Coral Way ft S.W. 27th Avt. 140 S.W. Irfc St *T lOWHT PBJCO PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" $errl| fSO JewisB C....,f r Jj, c# ,, 2 MAMi om ^-nn-^ BOAJUIsTIIB MR OWir # r ^ "W WAUTT JEWISH L 1 aiioiirn MONUMENT BUILDERS CArcRwe ncLunvnr Wf RIABJTOHH TO TNf JPHliM Tito r WOISTOUU crrai ^kWjM ^ ^^ Why Pay Mare? Bay far Lets at Palmer's and Save! m *OM co^. am i m mm mm PMI a 0^, L Un 79 II 10UTHWIST lib STRUT •• fa Coroer at Ur4 Areaae raONOiJ Nl 44r921 1 HI 44)922



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Par* 4-A F **oy. July 10. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 Ni Sbxm Stre Talaphrw FH 4-1141 — FH ** 2j* Teletype Cotnmunicatjons Mirrtrii TWX MM396X FRnJtSHOCHET LEO MINZHJN Editor and Publisher Executive Editor Mtll TM V ****_ How Religious Minorities Ha Been Faring in Egypt Today TULIA ZIVI Rome the awn itoa —g the t march. At efflcUi K, special keeker m,i u "^l tV J*WU* -' i vr StIICItl'TIOK •Mi ISRAEL BT/KEAU 10 A. D. Gordon Street Tel Am. hrad EAY U. BINDER C orTespoodeet Volume 33 Friday. Wy 10 3 4 Tamux 5719 Number 28 Cairo and Alexandria. I felt tha. • V i P*a soraer Mal There are small human islands ^ j^ Q^ p^^ that kad a quiet, dignified and ( ^^ ^ ^ r ^ subdued ufe in Egypt today. umm j^, *J| They are the religious minorities .^ .^^, ^ •*• 1 _ase. on the fear that .6 a won me Arab governments miqht r ^ r -^? B> a-srarbed. N: rr.ary _Z^^ b:s __ j ucsfe under to Arab totoi c: t* 111 !" ? 5! Germany in •* -a::er of eco;;--.-** -:Israel This a aodiina else 1 r a ve o--t& ._.. .... 3 -resaae ara:, .., rc-untryrnea -:; ^:.:;_;_— e %  x -; %  **! n ion -"' e : certain.-.demonstrate P|h ::e behmr r.atev• ~". =?s arncr. I eould ntthafe ^->P^> .part. Heart. mu ^ 3 mv duty a 5 a journals d I ld Ibnlto.toH.'J^ m uui; •* • /—— — not paid a visit to the leaders of the most important reujious minority groups in Egypt My experience has taught me that the condition of religious minorities is the best yardstick by which to measure the degree of freedom and democracy in each country. To reach them was Amou an easy venture. I just went to the Government Information Off.ce and >aid that I wanted to meet the religious leaders. This ea~ily arranged. The Apostolic Internuncio. Mon>r Oddi. i considered one of the sharped and better-informed rven of the situation in Ezypt and in the entire Middle E_>: tar. faith i| c*l ^ Let us bope will become shall always be Jewish ceamT ties in Egypt **t everyud •lu>. Hj 14Ms) JEWS GETTING READY fO* SUMMZR CAMP Supreme Court Ultimatum The New York State Supreme Court i>e congrarulated for the ultimatum | oresen-ed the states rn ill T lll lu i i Agatasl Discrimination trus wee*: wim respect to negating a recent cec_.cr. zy commission cholnan Elmer A r !" ,'-" 1 -: *?~ eE jUed !0 ca emptioa horn the states :aa saarpfeyiMaa law. ... CnssHMM "~ : The Advantage of Freedom Premie"-' n rZ.3 ~ ie F St Deputv Tee Deputy Premier was auoted tr~~ statement ~zde to SmFr^ ^ OIea from a -en, in whi- IfSw Fra CiSC0 newspaperS* Go^^ve^^t^?^ l bo ^i---^en^ o^ to BBS Soviet IlnWvn al ^^ Je ^ ^v do =u=h ^umTtheW 1 ^ *? ^ -m IsraeL ^ we Ua "* *= they Hussions boastful enrrn* ^ he to ^ berKlurions resicrnaW^ J^"* Mi f i ^eooaacy broughWS nf^ ,=pl e o, -ent possible K £hc ^e ad-ustto upse: me ru._-.". .. New V n the •ha. Sato. es.a_-ez.; lustre Her-.~ ::a:rz^. : : C£ :: : ; :•.:WW* tm dec_:oz rrV^.;^^' ^^.artiew... -^ MCMd cr.e ^jfgiBal Carter ctocaioruled '— e *e.c_e CATHOLIC NUMBERS He welcomed me in his large. upll furnished residence At ftrst :. and from his very first It, he -truck me as being not only a relicious leader, but also a man deeply interested and in<-natk)c s must ^^coely be serkde"""** 01 de: ^•S^^-^^eforon^ and mdusnally but her7^' echnol ogicc_ly ^i^ f the l^ZrT££ C ^ n •d m a secret ballot ^ %  rr "~ E0VPTS CH.EF RABBI %  mm* concern i..* '* 0,ll > >> that From other reliable > both in Cairo and in Alexa* I have heard more aboa; Jewish population of Egypt The Egyptian Administraal issues official statistics every ten years. The last statM cal data were published ia | Yet, it was announced that | next ones will be only in 19a) In 1947 there were tt.500 j„ in Egypt. The largest comas] ties were those ia Cairo Alexandria. Bat aeveral thoaaafl Jews lived and prosperci smaller towns and villages. In spite of the lack of upm>a] statistics. It to estimated there are 13 to 14 thousand living in Egypt today There are only t nities left: Cairo and Alex All smaller rnsa—nHitj haw anguished theiaahaa Once established, the t clearly poiated out by Rabbi houm. that no religious or anii-Seeastisaa exists in there is asset her toad of nation that hat to be consi the social aad economic It must be made perfectly that this last ktod ef disc tion does net apply only to it is the practical, foresees sequence oi the strict a tion of the nationalization which have (track all m groups alike. Italians as sal Greeks. Jews as wail as Copts. • • LOST THflft According to these laws, is dl commercial, industrial and apjfl cultural firms, no matter wtoj their owner is. SB percent of tow workers must ha Egyptians Itoj Moslems!, as well as 75 penal "' the fai pis f s ta aad 55 percssj of the capital. The result is that appr •\tassi] >> BO percent of the Jew -at as of the other masonty sraajM this point must be cleari> esta> hsbedi have lost their jobs The young oaes are forced *fl emigrate, because of lack of a> porturuties. Issuing the old behind to live on savings subsidies. This fact brings wi mar paralysis she life of schafj and welfare instltatistit The Jewish Hospital uas sat o the Army in 19SC The sum aV tamed had IB be mvested %  Ksyptiaa GoverauDcnt Binds dl a three aad asaaamarter percedl interest, whsch JS. used as satl fund and for Itohsidieto tstl n *dy. whk-h have been cut dl to case Egvpuaa JBMad (abostS) P*r month for each assisted a* exnresore the ad\ ment possible Cobme, meters were ob^ to lore. %  Peumg heedcan. Lerw.\ ad *cataces tor socrpasg a. ** Kn "^ul raspoaarbie -ussing onV~i ""' raS. they an*"! reUgK>US concern him. H tells me Tin Egypt t.vf a ? C S ,E r :Z\ n,on %~£, vom^pV T 1 ::^ on \w rVradaat NJ T d New Synagogue *hen the head ce Rabbi i $ —•"SB sends an "•" to ,„" I have also interviewrd Dr 1 Ibrahim Said, ptwaatent of Pr *trat Ceuacil of Egypt *• •ell u the Ceptie Patrian* There are IsBJB* lratestanU d,v u Egypt. I gassed the mP****** that Dr. Said aas r ther task aawat the past tatf about the pmsj He said u* no Moslem has became a Csra*to in tha paaf SB years i w* > the fact that Maasem chiafcai attend prtssaty aad secoasstT •choolsad aa Aarancar cata! to *, ail run by Pr-tesuao— —. an ISSSI ay rrow



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PogM GA armin wb yours, tLJitlt &4ppleL taunt \ T HIS week's fashion story concerns a very special shop that caters to a very select clientele. You can't buy your way i—you have to grow your way in. A yardstick Is the determining factor in the decision as to i ho the customers are. The Tall Fashion Shops locati-il inMiami and Ft. Lauderdale vive opened a new store at 2604 'once de Leon blvd.. Corar Ga|bles. These stores carry clothes fur Rirls who arc five feet seven and over. Don't despair because you measure a full six feet, and dresses are usually above your knees. Instead of dropping your hem every time you buy a dress, and slumping over so the waistline won't look so uncomfortably high—just go over to the Tall Fashion Center. Tall fashions are every bit as fashionable as regular sizes, but they are cut on different lines. Shoulders are cut fuller; the Typical at the fashionable cocktail dresses available for ill giils. The soft chiffon is iraped to flatter the figure, ind the hemline is long ?nough to come to the middle if the calf, where hemlines ire suDooeed to end. Kan-, Friedler In Miami Vows In a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, July 5, at Temple Zion in Miami, Miss Joyce Renee Friedler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedler, 3538 SW 1st ave., Miami, became the bride of Gerald J. Karr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Kooperman, 701 Surfside blvd. Rabbi Altred Waxman, officiated at the 5 p.m. rites. Decor of the wedding was earned out in pink and white. Best man was Robert Kurland, and ushers were Arthur Goldberg and Paul Bast. Maid of honor was Sandy Friedler, sister of the bride. Brides-, maids were Helen Goldberg and; Mavis Goldstein. Jean Kurland! was in charge of the guest book. The bride selected a traditional. ballerina-length wedding gown, featuring fitted bodice, imported chantilly lace and tulle, illusion neckline with stand-up collar, long sleeves to a wrist point and bouffant skirt A reception and bouffet dinner followed at the temple banquet hall. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Mr. Karr was a student at Penn State College. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Mexico City and Acapulco. Upon their return, they will make their home on Miami Beach. FASHION SHOWING I let •> atki TMT CM M a staa g s iatertttinf ecd eatertaiaiae. with er fashion Show Coordinated and Available by franeee Fosaiaas by FreacM, Costa* Made, ••rseoel Styliae, All Alteration. for Information Phone Highland 8-242 5 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakaehruth of Florida Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ivor, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL OUTS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS i, n e msn m e s 310 Collins Are. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Mack C*sHm+tigmedChmmmdH*+l^Co*ei*v*1'ibkM**2H*V from the neck to the waist is longer; and from the waistline to the hemline the much desired Inches are added. Sleeves are cut a little longer, so that a short sleeve does not become a cap sleeve. Pockets are cut to proportion, io that the tall girl actually looks like she belongs in the dress. e e QNI of the most important v aspects of being properly fitted is the effect it has on the tall girl's personality. She can finally stand up straight, hold her head high, and be proud of each and every inch, confident in the knowledge that she is correctly and becomingly dressed. The new Coral Gables store is tailored especially for the college girl and features many back-to-school fashions. Not only are the clothes scaled to size, but so U the shop. Dresses are hung higher, with hooks out of reach of the shorties, and even the dressing rooms are oversized. Top swim suit and sportswear manufacturers have been prevailed upon to cut their best numbers in longer lengths. Rose Marie Reid and Core of California are but two of the many well known designers whose collections are available at the Tall Fashion Shops. The official "Miss Tall Miami" contest is sponsored by this shop. It's open to any girl who is five feet eight and over. This year's contest will be held some time in January. Harmony Chanter Party Paid-up membership party will be given by Harmony chapter of B'nai B'rith Women Tuesday evening at the Washington Federal Savings Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy -dstr Normandy Isle. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Alfred Reich, president-elect of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women. Guests will also meet Mrs. Norman Reinhard, new service officer. I All-Day Splash Party An all-day family splash party for the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will take place* July 19 at the home of Hymas* Kirsner, 2842 Natoma st., Coconu*Grove. Mrs. David Guttenmacher and Mrs. Sylvan Pawliger are cochairman of the affair. Miss Miami Beach. Ellen Severson, is a full five feet ten. A Charm model she is wearing a swim suit cut to full length. Dr. Orliashy Gets Award NEW YORK—Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky, professor of Bible at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, has been awarded the National Jewish Welfare Board Frank L. Weil Award for distinguished contributions to ttaadevelopment of Americas Jewish, culture. Dr. Orlin.sky, author of "Ancient Israel," a short history of the societies that produced the* Bible, was the sole Jewish member of the committee of scholar* which in 1952 produced the Revised Standard Version of the Oldt Testament for the Federation oT Churches. Siegel. Ruskin Will Live Here Marian R. Ruskin and Robert S. Siegel exchanged wedding vows Sunday, July 5. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated in the 5 p.m. rites at Temple Emanu-El. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Ruskin, 1622 SW 21st St.. Miami. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Siegel, 2321 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach. Maid of honor was Miss Susan D. Ruskin. Jack Siegel was best I man. Ushers included David Siegel and Paul Siegel. The bride graduated from Miami Senior High School and the University of Miami. She was president of Gamma Sigma Sigma and a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Alpha Tbeta. Mr. Siegel attended schools in Trey. N. Y.. and is now a student at the University of Miami. He' served with the U. S. Army. Reception followed at the Famous restaurant After a honeymoon spent in North Carolina and. I Tennessee, the couple will be at home on Miami Beach. Beach Pythians Install Miami Beach Lodge of the Knights of Pythias held installation of officers at the American Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd., last week. Murray Rush was installed as chancellor commander. Specializing Bridal Attire Formal* and CacajasJ Gown* PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY HI 143rd" ST. SMOTfIMC ClHTrt — --J_.. I.U-. mmnwrmrmy amwm rwemasj Wife 17/ m MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 24-Hour Nureinq Service o Special Dlete Strictly Obeerved • All Room* on Ground Floor "C.fro*r located" 1st. 1*51 Jewieh Style Cooking o Spacioue Groundo • Reasonable Kate* • Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically III 335 S.W. T2th AVE. Ph. FH 4-5437 & FH M278 110 AUEN, Director "Wernfr-Kahn ems. eoeui men STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS SadC'diiita* la Vied 4ira.oilt or the World". Ifroe add OS. rhd AJraMll Rtoff ef Aa.er. c a Caaaeefd Us* MtHoteWe SmppOn MAMT REKHENTHAl 413-1 St* ST. MIAMI SIACH. FIA. WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach



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*^?s : ?*** j r 7x-yr^'. I %  I %  1 t 1 • 1 I i 1 1 4 Page 6-B fnday. j^ Survey Shows Ageq Living Conger, Better] Mock wedding scene was presented by the Aged, recently at Douglas Gardens. The proGreater Miami Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the gram honored Father's Day. Zionist Leader Affirms Policy Based on Unity NE'.V YORK—-We see no jusuCcatHO in effecting a complete separation between us and our fellow General Zionists in Israel or %  from our councils, especially :n view of the fact that it would run counter to the m of relationship in all other Zionists groupings. Labor Zionists. Karachi and Bet igtS. That uas our position last year and that u our position today." declared Dr Emanuel Neumann, president of the World Confedcrrtion of General Zionists, upon his Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brownstein. 620 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach, sail on a tropical cnuse to th e West Indies aboard the SS Evangeline out of Miami. The Brownsteins enjoyed the recent 10-day adventure on the high seas, as well as their shore excursions in foreign ports, including Port Antonio, Kingston. Ciudad Trujillo. San Juan, and St. Thomas. Virgin Islands. receBt return from the sessions of the Zionist Actions Committee and the Jewish Agency Executive 1iekl in Jerusalem. Dr. Neumann made nil statement "at a press conference convened by the head office of the World Confederation in the Stat'cr Hotel here. Referring to rumors regarding the position of the World Confederation of General Zionists in relation to other group-. Dr. Neumann said: "I must state categorically that there have been no negotiations whatsoever between the two Confederations. The question of a possible reunification of the two Confederations was not even upon (he agenda of our executive meetings. There are those who continue to advocate the idea of a diaspora-based Confederation and the exclusion of Israeli groups. I made our position clear in a carefully prepared statement at the meeting of the Actions Committee last year, which was widely publicized at the time." Mentioning "the complete failure of the so-called American Jewish League for Israel." the Zionist leader pointed out that "its promoters and organizers had hoped to attract considerable numbers of the unaffiliated or non-party Zionists. At the Actions Committee •meetings. Dr. Nahum Goldmann repeatedly stated that Ibil attempt of the League has failed and expressed his disappointment. The doors of the ZOA are. of course wide open for the Zionist members of the League to return to the fold and they would be welcome. bV this cannot be achieved through the sacrifice of principles. "At the meetings of our Confederation in Jerusalem." I)r Ne mann continued, "reports were rendered by General Zionist leaders from all parts of the world including countries of Euror*. South America and Austria, and I was pleased to note the growing strength of our forces There is every indication that e will come to trie m \Z. r>: 0 ngri ltn a larger delegation than in the past u• perhaps even more important, the idealof General Zionism v hich we have maintained for decadeare gaining increased acceptance throughout the Jewish world—in I-rael as in the Diaspora." Turning to organizational problems of the World Zionist movement. Dr. Neumann said that "the deliberations of the World Zionist Actions Committee were conducted on a high level and in a constructive spirit. Decisions taken were, on the whole, positive and fruitful. The budget of tfte Jewish Agency was dealt The rc^nizational .and constitutional questions were the principal subject of debate. I would say a few words about them by way of comment and clarification. I regard the final elimination of the double shekel for Israel Zionists as a positive constructive achievement—something which uc General Zionists have advocated and fought for over the years. The double representation for Israeli Zionuts involved the definite possibility that within another decade the Zionist Congress would be composed, in large majority, of Israelis thus turning it into a' kind of a Knesset No 2. 30 Yean Ago This Week Condition. The apparent preference of American Jews for Coo servaiive and Reform affiliation ii menacing the earning capacity and even the livelihoods of older memhers of the American Orthodox rabbinate, delegates to the annual convention of the Union of 0 dox Rabbis of the United S and Canada were told at Be N J-. this week. \KW voKK-. FIN A L WEEK Attors* Studio JMjird Road 11 NOW thru JULY 12th D SEED" ie^urina Bonni. Cypin r.l IDT A ie.1 as... $2.00 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 NX. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 PlavhoiiM* HI 4-3212 Happy Fifth Birthday Hn]r r [*'''* *' %  boked by National*?'f fter hve Yrs of oS^^ an a 3I 2-500 pi^es TSe^'' 2430 "W &£??** %  The *•• 2nd ave. m ** lona the Federar. bui,? Q8Mm bl^ o, b "Uding at 101 SE DIVIOENI OM SAVMM ft. hh&WJ %  •**• m—m %  .'M— o. • c coo


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jay. July 10. 1959 *lewis* ftvrkliari Pag 13-B *m %  B kindergarten clau of the Hebrew Academy Lceives diplomas during recent graduation Irercises. Left to right (front row) are Michael alland. Mark Feit. David Berger, Nancy ean Beik. Shaul Shraga Gross, Sherry Gert|r, Mark Silverberg. Neal Wittels, Judd Zisuit. Fllen Zisquit. Second row are Mrs. Marjorie Ent. teacher. Jay Ehrlich. Mel Adler. Tova Mevia Horovitz, Arthur Belsky, Annamerle Zwitman. Harry Silnicki, Marlene Aranoff. Sheldon Delson, Craig Dearr, David Abramowitz. Mrs. Yaffa Tescher. teacher. Third row is Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal. Not shown is Marc Rosenblum. Brazil Fetes Israel Foreign Minister RIO DE JANEIRO— dessert bridge, auction and white elephant sale Tuesday noon at the Roney Plaza. The function will | recruit new members, and proceeds are for cancer research at the University of Miami. President is Mrs. Jane Fisher. It's fabulous, it's new.. • #BR0WN n*At*t \iM r NEW.' JERRY LEWIS THEATRE CLUB Fabulous: Spellbinding! Glamorous! AMD THAT'S NOT Alt... NfW Beverly Hill* Wing! HiW enlarged dining room! NfW enlarged lobbiee and lounges I NfW enlarged Studio Co KM Shop I NfW radacoratad Brown Darby Nit a Cluband much, much merel FREE GOLF I NEW! Carolina Indoor Pool and Health Club Spettocular Weatherproofed Vacations! irs NO SECRET! We pamper our guests you'll find that BROWN'S is heaven on earth — All Sports • Private Lake • Free Form Outdoor Pool • Elevator Service • Air Conditioning • Delectable Food • Supervised Children's Day Camp • Nite Patrol • 2 Kiddie Pools. Entertainment features Stars of Broadway & Hollywood Continuous Dancing with herb' Sherry Orch. -Harlo & his Latin RhythmsNat Brooks in the Brown Derby. JERRY LEWIS TEEN ME FAN CUIt PLANNED. SOCIALS AND FUN BALME CHARLES LILLIAN BROWN'S • loch Sheldrake, New York • Phone HwrleyvilU 450 FOB. lISMVATIONSi DIRICT WIRI — WAtkln. 4-747* HOTEL FOR A GREAT VACATION THE Jtrfc, 14-HAS VIY ST ONI My 11 rMI fewer %  e4S*eSBe^asaB —— Bv4JBBve' 1 Ricky Uyne A Vetvwi. lorry Beet. *l Semie, MWty Owaty, Jackie aArtaa in the exclusive Chelsea section MEW! Parade of Stars TV and Broadway celebrities every week &f TC W! Outdoor sorrwatar twimming pool % •. % S u p erb kexhwr cuisine. Dietary laws supervised by Rabbi Mw.heh Shapiro and (u) WmWf Ream decor and fvmithinas • Fi be red tea wete 9 Air-conditioned Pining Ream end lobbies • Entertainment nightly • Dancing te Meaay Rodrigwai • Mwh Roea. tntortoinme— O Mwttcal Sor and leenge -HEBRON YESHIVA recognises the Chelsea as AMERICA'S out.tor.dine. Kosher Hotel" • Ckaldrin'i co—.efori o f ree Pork keg O Gatf at nearby Private Cewrte • Yewr heart -Malt .aJ.-e Kayo • The twrfy Alttmtk City Telephone Atlonic City 4-1251 MOTEL CHELSEA OS T HE BOARDWAIK !N ATLANTIC ClTYi re concern is the creative con-itory and our eternal hopes." COMING TO NEW YORK? Stay at this modern 25-story hotel. Large, beautifully furnished rooms with kitchenette, private bath, from $7.00 daily, double from $10.25. Two room suites from $12.50. LOWER RATES BY THE MONTH NO CHARGE for children under 14 sharing room with parent. Air-conditioning A t'l's***television available &. t/o&t fea6%"Broadway at 75th St., New York Oscor W'mtrob, Managing D/rec or with wonderful Hot Springs waters H D,,mk Ik, wo-ld I,mo., .efert. nale Ma tootk.ng bora, end thhll te e eew teate of pOyfcW a>'-fca.na. Yea an batka eay all yew echet and paint due te temien and l.tiewa and line! relief tar ertW.tii. rajeantatiwn. and kieh blood prawwa ia tbe redioacti.a. tbarmat w.f.rt of Hot Sprinov Government refalatael b.tbkouM rjfttt in tbe Arlington ent .. ft** te ante, at the Artingten— Hot Springt' top tveary betel. Concert, dinner. and ballroom dancing nwaic by Eddy Regen and tka Arlington Orcnevtra. Seciel divenient ander tfce garden te of ear greciowi Social Hoiteab Enjoy yowr feverife recreetion -n Hot Spring!. Saperb golf -it* Clab privil.gei *t ear aearby Country Clab. Yeer.eroeod Kdiing at L.l.i Hamiltan. Oaacbita. and Catberine. !-•••" Finert food len-ed anf.kora it rb pride of tka Arlington. Reemrete. with beM both tVom S 9 ankle, 17 •mgla. WmS twin bed* and eriaeH bark tree. 112 doable, ft •ingle. No room cnarge for ebeaVea ander 14. HOTEL and BATHS i£ boaarifw color ere cho re wrwe Mctacmn. General Manager ^ HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS



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SHHHfl .fSii^^^S"^*"'^^ 1 4 T *r.hk,nM Sflk Orgtmdy— For Mrs. Berman ddina vows were exchanged at -.ne Seville hotel Sunday noon. Ju• %  5. by Joan Barbara Edelstein an Gershon "Bud" Berman Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. % %  Mrs. Herbert Edelstein. 2281 SV. :9th ter. A Miami High gradsbe attended the University of Alabama and the University of Miami, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Tau sorority. 1 e groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Let Berman. 9T0 NE 174th St.. forn y of Eau Claire. Wis attendee University of Wisconsin. is now a.student at the Uni\er .ty of Miami affiliated with 7Beta Tau fraternity ". : e bnde ore a white embroid< silk organdy gown over tafi featuring a V-shaped neck 1 basque bodice and full-hooped skirt with embroidered rose desigr. at the bottom Her imported .llusion fingertip-length veil v i attached to a crown of pearls. Sh-earned a Bible covered with v orchids and stephanotis. Leonard Tuper was matron of ionor for her sister. Merton an. of Chicago. 111., was bes* mar for his brother. Ushers mc ed Myron and Fred Berman. c his brothers, and Leonard Tur.er. the groom's brother-in1 t-of-towa guests included Mr ftfl MrMyron Berman. Chica Mrs Louis Grossman and son. Minneapolis: Mr and Mrs Si itl Edelstein. grandparents. Q£2D ^ %" v mas. SEXSNON BUMAM Mrs. Macy Shapiro. Mrs John Walroth. Miss Jo-Ann Walroth. and Miss Nanci Edman. New York '."::>•. and Mrs. Charles Pichenik and daughters Linda and Marjone. York. Pa. After a Florida honeymoon. Mr and Mrs. Berman will reside at the University of Miami. Miss Gordon Picks Peau de Soie 7 rcelona hotel Sunday. July 5. >: the site of wedding vows exi ged by Miss Brenda Gordon m Jay Alexander Toe bride is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alt'Gordon. 9072 Dickens ave. groom's parents are Mr. and Frank Alexander. 1020 PeanB] ania ave. r j bbi Isaac Ever officiated at • 5 pm. ceremony. Matron of was Mrs Rosalind Gettis Strand. Doris Turtle and Rothenberg were bridesm: If I iffy Meyers acted as best man. Bob Molko. Bill Newton and Hops were ushers. "i -.e bnde chose a floor-length a of peau de soie with alencon iacr, long sleeves and scoop neckShe carried white orchids on hite Bible. ewlywed Mrs Alexander graduated from Miami Beach High Gail Elise Richman became Mrs. Ernest W. Andich in 1 P->"' mon.es Sunday. July 5. at the A giers hotel. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated. The bnde is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Richman. 737 Paradiso ave Coral Gables The groom's parents are Mr and Mrs Jack M Andich. Rock Island. Ill Matron of honor was Mrs. David Goldsmith, the groom's sister. Shan Richman was maid of honor for her sister Flower girls were Davi Ellen Richman. the bnde'-. sister, and Dava Ann HerskowiU. the bride s cousin. U. Gerald S. Bush was best man Ushers included Marshall S. Major and Marshall Andich. the groom's cousin The bnde chose a princess style white silk organza gown featunns a bodice and sleeves of alencon lace and sabnna neckline The fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a headpiece of organza. She earned a cascade bouquet of white orchids and tuberoses. New 1) wed Mrs. Andich is a graduate of Miami Senior High School She attended the University of Alabama, and graduated from the University of Miami, where she belonged to Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. The groom attended Rock Island schools. St. Ambrose College at Davenport. la., and graduated from the University of Miami, where he was affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He served with the US Marines Luncheon followed the cere mony. After a honeymoon spent in Havana, the couple will be at home at 2920 SW 27th ave Miami. Wvrnrr-Kahn MIS. fMKST ANMCN SAMT09D UWm *Studio of Modern Music 'For the Best in Music" UN0-V0CAI INSTtUCTION Vecal Ceacaiaf-Arreaflmg SI JOHN HOTEl, Suite 118 iJi MW. 6tb ST*OT **• %  Flaaklia J-3M1 Miss Solloway Weds Engineer Miss Judith S. Solloway and Elliott B. Kleiman were married on July 3. in a small ceremony in the study of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of North Shore Jewish Center. The new Mrs. Kleiman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Solloway. 152 South Shore dr.. Miami Beach. Her groom is the son r>f Mrs. Milton Kleiman. South Shore dr.. and the late Mr. Kleiman. After a brief honeymoon m Nassau. the couple will reside at B 2914 Lane st. Camden. N. J where Mr Kleiman i, employed as an electrical engineer at UM RCA plant there. Elwitt, Mozur Exchange Vows Miss Marcia Mazur. daughter of Cornell University, and retes] Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mazur,, his Master's degree from tat White Plains, N. Y., was married %  versity of Michigan. June 21 to Sanford H. Elwitt, son %  Out-of-town guests lor the si of Mr. and Mrs. M. David Elwitt..ding were Rabbi and Mrs. La 9289 Dickens ave. Surfsidc. in the Engelberg. of the Taylor |J Temple Israel Center of White Synagogue. Cleveland Heights! Plains Rabbi Max Gelb officiated where Mr. Elwitt was Bar Man] at the double ring ceremony. and confirmed: Dr. and Mrvl Given in marriage by her fa-' riel Eisenberg. New York Mr J ther. the bride wore a gown of Mr*. Max Leroer and sons ftl white nylon tulle and chantilly neapolU. Minn; Mr. and Jin %  lace, embroidered with seed pearls Mandel. Cleveland. Mr and and sequins A Juliet cap of matchAndrew Stark, Los Angeles, i, ing lace held the illusion veil. She and Mr. and Mrs. Bela Stark,] carried a prayer book with stepha burgh. Pa nolis l.ly-of-the-yalley and white rht ^^ ^ Uve „ orch ls !N.Y.. where the groom is. Mrs. Raymond Kuby. of Chicaingassistant in history at go. 111., sister of the bride, was University and • candidate maid of honor. Joseph C. Segor. d c to !" l* degree. of Coral Gables, was best man Mrs Elwitt is an honor graduate in English from Cornell University She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. Elwitt is a graduate of Miami Beach High School. MffS. lit AUXANCtS School and the Florida College of Medical Technology The groom graduated from Miami Beach High School and th? Lniversity of Miami. He is a mechanical engineer. Reception followed the ceremony Beth Am Swim Party JuT^ f TempU Be,h Am will hold a membership s j m par Mr R d V ; %  •" % %  the home of in,K f crnh *rd Spiegel. 5940 SW 100th ter. Mrs. Morton Schoen is chairman of the affair HAVING A DANCE? COLOR CRAFT OF MIAMI Will assure your dance of being a gala affair, by giving every couple a free Color Photo Souvenir This Offer bj Ext.ndod to Civic. Fraternal. Social and 5>erv,ce Organizations. for Details Call Mr. Row -TUxedo 77253 FouffM 0Wamtrim | j ••ICMCCAll III I >_hetesd e# *• SayI I Secluded 16 acres: private I swimming peel; entertainI ment; golf nesrby. Amer%  Iican plan; superb JewishI American cuisine: rea%  I tenable rates; children's I counselor. Your nee II Ihosu: Irene and Al Witt %  %  Blanche and George I IGoodfriend. I w, if* for free ereefcart f | t lHt. beee*ne*k It | DON'T •5K2 T HROW ,T AW AY |f IT L00KS^CETHJS_ WELL MAKEJT_LOOK LIKE THIS I I at the Barcelona. The couple left 'or a Caribbean cruise, and will reside at 1020 Pennsylvania ave. Miami Beach, on their return. MaaarfachH-ia| New Tilts tWOat* $5 '^ m I Sir'*!r r ^^ TOM IASY PAYMENT PUN i YIAtS SVAtAWTIl ^SUNSHINE FASHIONS' %  SSSJ O S. n on "wmtn-n. wm fum mmm D IGNED Te nt Yew Owe A$ oed SUPCOVttP • UMODIUMO and USTYUNO wfcw, SIM, r*,, .^^ ^ „ yt ^ MODEM! UPHOUTERT CO • SS. 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-..SOCIALITE A dinner party at the Twelve Caesars and tickets for "Minority of One" and "Gypsy" will be a fine weekend send-off for Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blum in New York City Then they leave on the Nieuw Amsterdam for Paris, where they will meet Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ackerman Finally, on to Copenhagen and Vienna, the Riviera and before the trip's over The Tuesday group gathered about [].' round table at the Eden Roc were passing one of those book Is from ear to ear ... It seemed to be much more interesting Ithe peaches and cottage cheese The radio belonged to Mrs. \r (Eva) Don Then there were Mrs. Sara Frishman, Mrs. [(Audrey) Pohn, Mrs. Alexander (Muriel) Libow, and Mrs. (Virginia) Orleans .There were three vacant seats for iMyer (Betty) Friedman, Mrs. Alex (Bee) Straus and Mrs. Jack lie) Wagner. Irene and Nate Becker and son Irwin recently returned to [Coral Gables home from Pensacola, Fla., where they attended lune wedding of Miss Marilyn Kapner to Frederic G. Levin at ,'nai Israel Synagogue The Beckers were houseguests of ind Mrs. Abe Levin, 1800 E. La Rua, parents of the groom ind Mrs. Herman (Francine) Farer are entertaining her parMr. and Mrs. David H. Israel, of Bangor, Me The Farcrs, ling daughters Carol and Michelle, make their home at 5821 117th st.. Palm Springs. Hialeah Herman is second vice Lic-iit of Temple Tifereth Jacob, with Francine doing the honors [hool relations chairman of the Sisterhood Shower brunch at tbe Algiers hotel Monday honored Miss Ann fin, who is shortly to become the bride of Michael Block, of I Gables Ann is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Ruskin, lam. Beach Mrs. Chester Krone. 320 W. 26th st.. and Mrs. Feuer, 50 Hibiscus Island, were the hostesses to 25 of Ann's Is Miid family Table decorations included pink gladioli and \> -. with old-fashioned lamp chimneys shielding white candkv € > "tite grandchildren were what interrupted Mrs. Herman WcpIfrom her sale* talk to a customer at the Mt. Sinai Gift Sni> lut came photos of the offspring of her son and daughter-in-law, lind Mrs. Warren Wepman The customer "oh-oh'd," then fcd off smiling—the sale momentarily forgotten .An exciting fican Jewish Committee "Spotlight on theIron Curtain" prolast Wednesday at WTVJ, with newsman Ralph Renick, reback from Russia, reporting Chairman was Dr. Peritz Jnberg, with wife Dolly busy welcoming new members, includIr. and Mra. Samuel G. Kling—he's The Jewish Floridian colfct—and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg Incidentally. Is were delighted to see lovely Lois Mathes and husband Her\. Lois has been taking it easy during the last few weeks .. in Frumkes bachelored it. with wife Natalie at home recuperfrom the surprise birthday tendered her the night before. < lome in time to celebrate Independence Day, Dr. and Mrs. mi iRelores) Wickman back at their Sunset Island 3 home aitcr fabulous weeks in Europe London. Amsterdam, Copen. Hamburg, Lucerne, Vienna, Venice, Florence, Rome and were the cities on their agenda ... Dr. Wickman also attendL> International College of Surgeons Convention of Four Nations }mburg. as well as of the American Medical Society of the Uni Jty of Vienna ... Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Alice) Furman. 2300 SW |ve.. are back from Europe and Israel, where they spent three half months Continental itinerary included France. Italy, and, Belgium and Holland Speaking of the Samuel G. Fs, they dined at Tony Sweets restaurant last week follbwing [return from Baltimore Card from Rita Greenwood postLed Lucerne reads: "Last night saw from my room the Festival ghts I've never seen anything so exciting The most us fireworks—all on the lake, with the mountains in the iod." Jrs. Leon (Dorothy) Kaplan would like friends to know how ful she is for the hundreds of cards wishing her a speedy refollowing her Vito accident several weeks ago "It has a great deal," says Leon, "in her many hours of pain to that so many are rooting for her" Dorothy is coming nicely, considering her casts and traction of right arm and Speaking of the Kaplans, their son-in-law, Richard Ian man, is a June grad from Harvard law school, and will take lorida Bar exam in August He's a '56 graduate of Harvard je, where he completed the requirements for the Bachelor ot [degree in three years ... And it wasn't all excellent scholari either ... In addition to receiving a Harvard College honorcholarship, he was a member of the football team and Varsity ... He and wife Linda Ellen have a ten-month-old, Karen a. whom Leon and Dot have dubbed "the sweetest thing this [of heaven." 'acationing in New Carlisle, Ind., are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller ff for three months to Brooklyn is Mrs. Pauline Rose, of 9301 ave S een at the opening of Ruth Foreman's "Bad Seed : and Larry Flaum, with Pansy sporting a huge white hat and Jioise nylon flange Speaking of "Bad Seed" at Studio M, te and Mra. Irving Cypen, the Irving "Bing" Kossoffs and Mr. IMrs. David Kay were a dinner sixaome followed by a trip to satre in Coral Gables to see tbe Cypens' daughter. Bonnie, the lead f/_ J tMl IThe Abe Blooms. 721 Michigan ave., are back from a twolb European tour that included stops in France, Israel, Greece [Italy The transatlantic crossings were on the Queen Mary Daughter Dorothy is married to Irvin Shapiro, of the Slack [chain Mrs. Bernard Israel, of the Gallery restaurant on Way, back frosn New York, where Dorothy has been super. redecorating of the Champagne Gallery in Greenwich VU_ of which she and husband Bunny are former owners • • %  [Gene and Ethel Fisher entertaining the Jacques Tunve" at la Manana Jacques is the French consul in Miami and htad liami Air France ... The Morton Rosenthals and their youngf on a three-month trip to Disneyland in California The rnthab, from Gotham Town, are regular winter visitors nere I He's a Riverside Memorial exec. To celebrate the Fourth, the Aaron Kanners, with one branch e family. Richard and Marcia, took off to Clearwater to visit (other branch, Lew and Christa Surgery, a recovery holiday Centlmied en Page 7-B Wm/ISffg^^^nfllKl^mitm^8aSSBaaWli BBS •fill/. oman s "World ^ dTewfislti Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, July 10, 1959 Section B Delegates to the Southern States regional conference of the Council oi Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds are guests of the local committee on a scenic boat ride. Shown with Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg (left), chairman of transportation, are Mrs. Sam I. Heiman. official hostess; Louis Wernick, Atlanta; Pe-?r Colwin, New York City; Mrs. Joseph Cohen, New Orleans; Arthur Fishrohn, New Ycrk City; Harry Norr, New Orleans; and M;t Luchs, New York City. Woman Leader Views Jews of South Recently back from a tour of Southern cities in behalf of he Joint Defense Appeal is Mrs. Bernard Supworth. of Coral Gables. "Jewish communities in these cities are intensely uncomfortable with respect to integration," the attractive, auburn-haired woman leader declared on her return to Miami. Mrs. Supworth is Anti-Defamation League chairman for District 5 of B'nai B'rith and a member of the executive committee of the Florida ADL advisory board. Joint Defense Appeal is the fund-raising arm of ADL and the American Jewish Committee. "They certainly know the moral thing." she explained, "but they are deeply concerned about their position as Jews in the communities in which they live." Mrs. Supworth's tour took her to Knoxville and Oak Ridge, as well as the Tri-City area of Johnson City. Burlington and Kingston, all in Tennessee. • "These communities offer some insight into the Jews of the South," she said. "The Tri-City area is a case in point Johnson City, Burlington and Kingston are within a 30-mile radius of one another, with a Jewish population of about SO families. One Jewish Center serve's them. They have no permanent spiritual leader, and the Center's principal activities include a Sisterhood and a B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge."


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nS&HsiiS^E 1 SMiil^RBBBISB^SnsH^Mll^HS ***.**, w, %  1 %  PagssVA WOK IV/W to £we tomcbour vernaiem institutions in the 5o*i taw. •*-• somctbins aboat the painful effect of these fact* %  Re three were Dr Dooald Har ring-on of the New York Communshould the Jews wast to etteyj ity Church: Dr John Ha.ynes ^ foremost posrtios* u public now it wouW-aatirauAbe taken amis* by the ndiiiMU i; es. Minuter Ementus of the church: and Norman TbM pror inent American Socialist inhabitants'.' leac.r. In a letter made public in the New York Time*, the three — ^ aplomatie wni American non Jewish personabue, ^^ j^,,. ed that the,• "fed Justified ^ ^ m ^ annv in pc-inting out to Mr Kozlov tne v. ell-documeated record of anti •Jews hare virtually disappear Tiination in the I'SSK v i profoundly troubles Amerpeace with justice. n e-jr criticism," they emphasized in their appeal to Mr. Kc-.iov. "we do not refer o the 'biack years' of militant antiSemitism. 1944-53, or to the 'm*w,' 19S*56 named for Ehrenbc-g's novel of that title. We re+*r to the present apparent retreat toward a less cruel and mo e subtle form of antt-Semitisr* than m the Ciar's time or St; m't but on* seriously injurious to human rights. This has been tho subject of a dispassionate well-documented study in Sc et Survey (August, 1957 putlished by the Congress for C rural Freedom. That study ha; been brought up to date by American students of the situation. We cannot give the evidence in detail. We can turnmr-rre it thus: "As official delegation of the Brit sh Communist party, on its retLjn from the Soviet Union, re A M I'M 12 1957. that many Soviet intellectuals must them selves be puzzled and confused, and .ndeed ashamed of it (the suppression of Jewish culture), seems chut from a uniform attitude adored everywhere, when this thisquestion was raised.' The situa*>cn. the report stated, reveals | 'a certain measure of indifference Id riman values, which does violence to those of us brought up in bouTfeois capitalist society who have givei our suport to the Soeialist 'iuse.' "Icooo.-nic discrimination against Jew. ha* long been implicitly cooced*d by Mr. Khrushchev. In a| IBM dag with French Socialist dele|Stei oi May 12, 1966. he said. 30 loots Ago This Wee. Be.grade: A. Goulubic. an attorney if Brad. Yugoslavia, was sentent -rd this week to eight days in jail after a trial in which the Brod Jewish community was plaintiff. The community formally charged Coujbic with defaming a legally teccgnized religion. The attorney had published an article asserting that the Talmud expressly "permits Jews to swindle and abuse non-'ews in their dealings with therr." There are. today, only three Jew* left in both houres of the Supreme Soviet, a mere 25 percent com pared with 4.10 percent in 1937 Yet Jews constitute today about 1 4 percent of the population of the Soviet Union Jews find it tx tremely difficult to be received in the institutions of higher learning. except in the faculties of the hu manities. "The Jews are the only religious group in the USSR not permitted to have a central religious Arthur Teichner has been named food and beveraqe duector of the Saxony hotel, le-hner has been in the calermg business for 25 years. "?,, ** formerly associated With the DiLido, Singapore and Goiden Gate hotels m prwo—r — — '...., %  riven "^*r ,, |r jj T-tUII% •*** •* U^ beer, f MMfcl £"*2? c^^Sonrly tf*g*i • &f J T*7 ^ mm 4 individMOr. *" cattiganan Under meso circumstance* the designat*" '*** SaSLZ ity' on % dentrfy papers of Sovet jew, .s not a pnvdoge, bw| < singling out of one group for discrimination. •The documents on hich this nummary i* ba


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ft**T. Hut Page 12-A Rabbinical Council to 1961 Corf* in iiifc SO FALLSIT*GH. N V ^K^r*^~"?ZX ^peen Israel and Kmtnua Jews *•* runt"* —— fc w. thr 2M Mm**} mm*** ****** |Ubbical Co-cl of %  •• ^^ scademae %  "j^S S>i Hadorom M ***** gall be m evp.ns.at ofthe ^• rlMMCKai 1B0 M servIsrael *nch t !" S*"** 5 ** jBf l '* n *ice there 5x-.s SJS £& *r £.„* ie tri %  %  •of American-Israel %  -Then i> no *** iui ^ crimnahk. Meir Bea C*4tf %  *** %  ^ £o.hly ^^ ** Mill ISAAC ll a—Ea =~*=K££5 Rabbj Lerer Leaves Monticello Pulpit ttire and reis'.ed aahje 15 Ol t"c K"r" v Rabbi Charles Weinberg first vice president He said that gradmates of American rabbmica. Sar, t :nved M hMi -I '^ b ^.habitant •V Center for a vear or more for because of his viewpoint, opinion JJc^I ^search-in the creed' Rabbi R"J !" a "£ Jewish re. He pleaded that Israel orthodox 11 % %  wr mx %  c nlro1 or dominate -'""" -ae. I po| re re is that order of I >ha!l i ish juris prudf" He condemned the American %  |ai boo) :ru problems of re-eedom in Israel These The delegates agana 1 • irhe Council's 1SS1 cpnvwtu" %  Jerusalem The convention reelected Rabbi Emanuel Recfcnn as president, and Rabbi •Soiomon J. Sharfman as honorary president I Ao:—• enlion. Dr Joseph I •! B os t o n a leading Jewish Orthodox theofiat a*S :>f the status 01 lcpian aid o.iilosopber. saw OJM the LswililBThwiil freedom in Isthere is nothing in tafet rentrat 1 BR responsible for the huibus doctrine which opposes scienmil;; American Jeand tific research and discover*, inthe decimation of loyalty to the Aiding the conquest of outer structure and faith of Judaism." race he asserted ~.. Rabbi Rackman said that the Rabbi Rackman denied that ^^ „, H^, wm -not there was any official discnmmaenoo ScnaeM 4 ISKAELI CFTS ana NOVELTIES < 417 1-W17 cays "without fear of legal pen aloes %  The delegates also urged state legislature* "to outlaw discrimination because of race, color or creed in the sale, rental and occupancy of private realt> Monticello Park Congregation this eck announced the resign* ,f Rabb. I>aac 1-erer a> M>ir itual leader. Congregation officials .aid Rabbi Lew is resigning be. of ill health. Rabbi Lerer told The Jewish Ftoridian Wednesday that he will take a >ear's leave of absence startinj ltn hls ,s| P na,lon ,! fective July 1. to work toward a doctorate at Yeshiva Iniursily m New York City. Monticello Park tendered the leader a formal farewell June M, where he was presented with • trft "in appreciation • "'* %  standing work and untiring devotion to his c ongregation and the community at Urea." Rabbi Lerer came to Monticello Perk in 1955. when the Center had a membership of about 100 families. At the time of his resignation, the Center membership numbered some 500 families. Through Rabbi Lerer's efforts a modern and progressive educational system was introduced in our Hebrew, and Sunday school registration includes 600 students. K ,\ commentary. Me we> rendantcf agreatniMy f lbe greatest rabbis J Jjj^l Rabbi Shapiro Kabbt ""^T"] 5,0 known as M^J^i an .bbrevutKm of his **. •< ?," particularly famous foe .MOj Ughtening the Eyesof *<""*] ,„ 1582. Rbb. ^ UMta invited to become the headrf • "bbimcal academy of C !" co- and sucmM his fa.her-.n-law RahN ssac Shap.m While in C"~* ; ^H h. • bitter Aj^utta w „h Simon Wolf Aubrooch Mort ; probabK due to the arguments thai Sued. Rabb, Lublin left Crjej. and became the rabbi of lumbergrabbinate at Umberg. he founded vnL his famous commentary on the Ta od. While m Lemberg. he also engaged in a disputatm eflj Toshua Kalk The followers of Joshua Fall awng.-d the sa i ',r rabb, in forcing Rabb. Me.r Lublin to leave lemberi^i n 1613 upon receiving the invitation fro* Lublin, he left L_ berg and resettled in the city where he was born, ami whtrel remained all the rest of his life. Rabbi Meir Lublin left many manuscripts that have not d V( .| been published However, his commentary. Meir Eu Cbj %  n „ m i„ reepted as authoritative and publishei in ed.tiom, of the Talmud. Rabbi Meir LuhUaitook issue with *.. Solomon Luna and objected to the authority of the Shukta Aruch however, recogniung and accepting the authorit] Maimonidcs Though he did not regard the Kaballah ai tative. he respected it as a sonrce of Jewria* Uaditir. He Ml in Lubltn. May 3, 1616. -Pr-parad by Rabhl Awh..m HmtM In 1508. upon rrsunus*. |H a Yeshiva and engaged ^ Rabbi Lerer was instrumental in organizing the PTA. junior congregation, adult education groups, youth activities, and a USY. Men's Club Elects Officers Edward Mass hat been elected president of the Men's Club of Hai ami Hebrew Congregation. Other officers elected at a recent meeting are Abe Goldman, first vice president; Jack Cohen, second vice president; Louis Stone, financial secretary. Louis Slotnirk. recording secre. tary; Jack Cohen, corresponding secretary; and Harry Hart, tef, geant-at arms Rabbi Herschell SaviUe will officiate at the installation of officers. decco Reception Honors Jeffrey Bar Mitzvah reception and dinner was held in honor of Jeffrey Yaeger. son of Mr and Mrs. Seymour Yaeger, 1430 Lenox ave.. Saturday evening in the Napoleon room of the I.. ..uv,lie hotel. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE AU Hfitfw sur-pun rot ; SrNAGOCUiS I JfMfiSH NOMfS : 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 There is a right way and a, wrong way sale* tans waalHo' .*! seal BM** .i • %  %  I Maar^ "** u KliL age>—i. Oa h ee i e p ••" •ORAILI aV OOMEST.C a*t1 AA A ,', • h -t> I %  CrrUinK vou .r. u ld nr.1 w.ii f,>r jn rmcrprncy 10 (era ><. u mu. t.kmp out lifr iaeartact ii„, is x.mnhinr yos toosidei tlnly^ Jn ,l orcidr on afler thorough ia*eSU§Mioa. DoaSB i sek-nion of % cut (amilx Mrmoruil Plot mm, ,he mr %  ahOksaj r,.nrrrn'' Of courw ..Thai **, N „ u | | mm u, f,mJ nl tkout M.am,'. |,„ rM ,„,, PrrpMual Care Fund (Urges! of an> |.„ ,| j,..,.,, waMtary), elwaiy rs aw ss $100,000 rvynm and lovr I keynqle i ,,| Jir cj coirfon and .osp.r.!^ !„, ,„ u ,;„. men.orul m\ kwa fa, lh „. r .irpartH IVull .,11 Z fladl) gum. %  )lmr | 10mr „ ,, ) mi(| WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach UMitr. in morH* 1



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Jury m MMM **sA?w#flH1brWfti/7 Pogt> 15-A *f HfNtY ICONA RD LEGAL NOTIce "Why we wouldn't think of changing your u ^/^ !" "*J?WG w bo imi alio, ^ at tho box off] co I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ri< E IS HKKKHY GIVEN that piderslgned, desiring to engage In >*s under the fictitious name of IH'AN CREDIT at M W. Fiagler .li.iml Intend* to register aald with the Clerk of the Circuit nf Dade County, Florida. H. DAVIS. Sola Owner •VJS. 7/3-10-17 LIOAL NOTICE IOTICE BY PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE BOUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. MCMH IIIETH UOMIIAS, '-•iff. vs. fk ,,()MBAH, I : %  ml.ml. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'RANK <;<>MI!AS VH Livingstone Avenue Jew Hrunawlck. New Jersey FRANK UOMP.AS are hereby •I that a BUI of Complaint for has been filed against y*u. |III are reuulred to serve a copy Answer or Pleading to the if Complaint on the plaintiff's >. (iol.liMAN A. OOLD:03 West Flarler Street. Mllorida and file the original Ant>r Pleading In the office of the [of the Circuit Court on or babe 2Mh day of July. l&t. If yon do so. Judgment by default will ken against you for ths relief Mod in tba Bill of Complaint. notice shall be published once seek for four consecutive weeks IK JEWISH KliORfDIAN. IE AND ORDERED at Miami. this 22nd day of June. AH K. B. LEATHERMJIN. Clerk. Cult Court, Dade County, Florida By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk. MAN GOLDSTEIN for Plaintiff peat Fiagler Street Florida 'M. 7 /3-1 0-1 • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEHEHY OIVEN tliat the undersigned, desiringto engage hi htialneaa under the fictitious name nf LORD HALFOIR HOTIX at jr.O Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofDade Cnuntv. Florida. OEOnOB RT.fM. nnd „., — fARAM BLUM, hla wife KEHST.KIt. CAR*: A |{i ITII ItCorneygf„ r Applicants IMS 8.W. 1st Street 7/3-10-17-24 X JUD,C,AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA '"CHANCERY. No M c.i3 KENNETH VERNoN BORING, I'liimtlff, v.. • DORIS BOKINn I'••fond.i nt .,.,, N SJi CE BV PUBLICATION I" I.KTTY DORIS II. HUM; Routs No. T Maryalll.-. Tennessee OI \l;i: HEREBY NOTIFIED th-t •< on,plum, r,„ Divorce na „ „„.„ f|lea amilnat you, and you are hereby re''" t e" erv *Jr c "* "' v ,lr answer • •n tne Plaintiffs attorney. ANGELO Si A li. i* Alnaley Rulldlng. Miami .. ra>rida, and file the origin., I answer In the office of the Clerk of the < Irt.ult Court on or before the th day ,,r Angust. 1>D>, or the allegation* ... •si?'"'",*" Jn'waed against you. DATED at Miami. Dade County; Florida, this 2th dsy of June, 1S5* E B. LEATHERMAN, i(seal) LEGAL NOTICE IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. SSC MM* LLIEZEIt r.OKENilEKU, Plaintiff, vs. HlfKA ROSENBERG, JaWendaal NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: RHKA ROSENBERG 3816 Church Avenue Brookl.wi, N V YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has i been filed against you. and you are required to serve s copy of your An"Ht r .,ii ,he "" ,a Complaint on the KSifl.'LP" *'rney.. LEONARD H. 5K!*,'. N i 5 12 MWCNN SORrtENTI.Nir, intiff, T SORUKNTINO, a k/a KV TtiRRi F<* nitant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I \N T HORRENTINo. |fk a JOHNNY TOBBEK are hereby notified that a Bill nIdaint for Divorce has been filed you, and you era requn copy of your Answer or I the Bill of Complaint on the /fa Attorney, Robert A. Petei |laml Reach Flr>t National Bank tin. Miami Beach. Florida and orUtinnl Answer or PIead1n office of the Clerk of the Clrr'tirt on or before the Cth day fust, 1:,. If you fall to d<< SO, ent by default will be taken it you for the relief demanded In pll of Complaint, notice shall be published once • %  ek for four consecutive weeks IK JEWISH FLORIDIAN. IK AND ORDERED at Miami. thle 2Cth day of June. AD B. I.EATHERMAN. CletaV. tult Court. l%de County. Florida By: JOAN HNEEDEN. Deputy Clerk. ST A. ITCTERHON Beach 1st KntaMsal Bank lllilf. Beach. Florida ey for Plaintiff 7/1-10-IT-M IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA IN OROBATE NO. 447M-A in BE: Estate of JOSEPH GOLDFARB. aka J. COI.DFARH. aka JOE (BILDFARB. I lei-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and All Persons Havtn* Claims or Demands Aral set Said MatasM Tbu are hereby notlRed and re* quired to present any claims and demand* hi.h you may haWe ajrstn-r the eatate of JOtUkPH GOLDFAKH, ska J. ODLDFArrB. aka JOB OOCJ) FARR deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the seen* lir their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight • n sl m aai' ssoatk* fromthe dad* of the first publication hereof, or the same will ha barred. THtMMEI OOI.DFARB. Kxecutilx aka TJMMIE OOIJ>FARB ENOI^ANDER A TENCRICH Attorneys 211 Uncotn Road Miami Beach, Florida 7/S-10-17-J4 IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT IN AMD FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, Ne. 4SMS-C In RE: Estate of HERBERT E. SCHER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate; Tou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have auiilnst the eatate of HERBERT K. RCHBR deceased late of Dade Cnuntv. Florida. to the County Judges of Dade Comity, and file the same In their offices In the County Comthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date ,,f the flrat publication hereof, or the same will be Daw red. FREDERICK R. SCHER STANLEY s. HER CO-ADMINISTRATORS'. r'T.A. 7/J. 10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flcMtloua n->me of ABBY MOVINO STORAOB CO. at 2100 N.W. 21 st Terraoe, Miaaal intends to rewtater saM mm wMh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ESTHER RERUN 7/J-1S-11-M Florid* this 17th daar of June, list E. B. UCATHSMAN. C^er* tsLn Cour, -J ) d £ County* Florida, (seal) By K M L f MAN Deputy Clerk. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE Ne. 4SSMA In BE. Estate of ABRAHAM YOUNO De ce a se d. %  olicits four Imqal noflc W* appraciata youx patronarjs and aiimiiuMiB accural* S4>rric at I090J LESAL NOTICE ^ .N^T'Ce TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hjivlag Claims or Demands Atpatnst SaM Ealsrre: You are hereby notified and required "' Present any claims and demands which you may base against tne estate of ABRAHAM YOUNG deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the County Judges of t>ade County. and file the same In their offices in the <_ounty Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be liarred. RBTTY F YOI'NO. Artmlnl-tr.itrlx ALFRED KI1KISI.KR, Attbrn-v 500 Alnsiey Building s/2. 7/J-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In hastnese under the fictitious nine of CIIAI'NCEY STONE DRFFS at &M N.W r.th Ave Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH CASTEI.il i-HATNCKY STONE and HELEN STONE. 60% THEODORE K NKI.-o.\ Attorney for Apnlicanta 407 Lincoln Road 7/3-10-17-34 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBV CIV EN that the undersigned, dtavlrlng to engage In s -inde-r the fictitious ,, 1 WHITTY'S ALIMfNCM KIRNITCRE COMPANY, NOT IN'C ,,t 12717 S.E h Avenue. North Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. L.UIS A. ALCALDE JOSEPH V--RRIER S YTNCBNT PATL. JR. Attorney for Both /2S> 7/3-10-17 FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ensaju in business under the ricttttmia nam* or CLAIRE APARTMENTS at 1350 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach intends* to register aald name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, CLAIRE CORP:, a *. Corp. By Leslie FrleBei t. Pre*. 7/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT • % M %  B.BVBNTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOJ". DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. %  >DERAL Miami Beach No. s*c BERTHA EPSTEIN. I'la Intiff. JACK EPSTEIN. D *"urr t FT.OIVORCI TO< JACK BPSTEIN Ohio State Penitentiary Columbus, Ohio __ You are naroSy noflrted that a BIB of Complaint for Divorce hae been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleadlna !•• '•' '""—'"* I-. LEBOsaid IN THB) COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Nb. 4S3ZT-8 IN RB: Estate of SAMl'BL POI^LACK. I a**4T N e* #4 IsaBsfa NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor-and AH Persons HsvIng Claims or DeumndM Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which f have against the estate of SAMUEL Col.LACK deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to tho Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the same In thetr offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within clicht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. ADELINE POILACK, Executrix of the l,H.sf Will snd Testament of Samuel Pollack, deceased. MAX R SM.VEK. Attorney .922 Sevhnld Building Miami 3:'. Florida •724. 7/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No HC 5730 PA1 I.A PARK HOMES, INC a Florida corporation. Plaintiff, CARMU.F.O EEMNANIiKZ and NETTIE H. FERNANDEZ, I tefendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION (MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE) TO •AKMII.LO FERNANDEZ and NETTIE H FERNAN!>K3S Address I'nknown You are hereby notified that a Bill of CompUtiM to Foreclose Mortgage ka been -filed against vou, and you are required to serve a copy of your AJiawar or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, PALO. WARREN. BSQUIRE. 42ft Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the orlglal Answer or Pleading In the offfe* of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb day of July. 1*51. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Thla notice shslr be published once eaoh sseek for four, consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE ASD ORDERED at MlamL Fsrariaat, this 15th day of June, A.D. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: L KNEED EN. Deputy Clerk. /lf-M. 7/3-10 NOTICE BV PUBLIBATIdsN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL 4TIRCtflT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. SSC MBS THERESA Mo.XI.EY Plaintiff. JAMES R. MOXLEY Defendant. PAY1D HANDELMAN. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JAMES R MOXLEY. Htaff Set., I'nlted States Marine Corps Serial No. 144W24, VMA-331. MAG-12. 1st MAW. c/o Fleet Post Office, Ban Francisco. California. You JAMES R MOXLEY are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys, RAYMAN A DCHIO, 0 Alnsiey Bldg.. Miami 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of July. lr,9. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you fur the relief demanded in the Pill of Complaint. This notice shall be published c-nr& each week foi four consecutive weeks it, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at MLmi, Florida, this 11thday of June, A.D. ISSf. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court, Bade County, Fl -td 'seal) By: M. B POH Deputy Clerk. HXYM W I'tllic, &f 02 Alnsiey Bldg. Miami ...'. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff /1-2. T -,-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that the undersigned, deairing to engatfe in business under trie fictitious name, of STAHI.S MEATS and PROVISIONS at 13(0 S.W. Xth Street. Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with 1 he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florid*. L. A B. MEAT CORP., a Florida corporation, sole owner DANIEL NEA1. HELLER Attorney for Applicant M0 Alnsiey Building Miami 32. Florida /M. 7/3-10-17 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB 11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAO COUNTY, FLORIOA IN CHANCERY, No. MC S23S PETITION* "OF"JAMES CHARLES SPECTOR, joined by ECNICE GERALDINE SPECTOR. his wife, for the adoption of MICHAEL A. DELMAN. a minor. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF PETITION FOR> AQOPTItVt TO: RONALD I-Ot*! DE1JTAN 24- 7th Street Elmhurst Queens, New York YOlJ ARE HEREBY NOTIJHBD that a Petition has beea> filed In tha wbove %  tyled Court by JAMBS CHA RLES SPECTOR. jomed by BfNlCB OBRALDINE SPECTOR, his wife, for the Adopttoa sde County, Florida (seal) By: JOANH^"Et^v Deputy Clerk. s/I-3. 7/3-10 Ida. and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on lor* August 3, 1*21. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree .nfesso will be entered against you. WITNESS my hand and the seal of i.url In Miami. Dade County, Fk>rlda, this 1st day of July. llet. E B. LEATHERMAN. k of said < (seal) It II RUE, JR., Deputy Clerk. 7/3-10-17-34 claimant, his attorney or age ret. CECELIA EMJOTT JEROME G. GREENE. Attorney 241 Security Trust Building Miami, Florida /, 7/3-10-17 foreclose a chart el mortgage on certain chattels enumerated therein haa been filed against you In the above styled court on April 27. 1959. You and each of you are hereby notified to serve a copy of your answer or any other pleading to th* complaint on SAMUEL R. STARK, Attorney for the plaintiff, 2773 Coral Way, Miami, Florida, and file the original thereof on or before the Had day of. July, ISM. Dated, at. Miami, Florida thla 17th day of June. 1*6*. K B. LBfATH-ERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) Bj>: JOAN SNEEDEN, __ Deputy Clerk. SAMr-EJ.. R STARK Attorn** fo Plaintiff 2771CoraI Way' Miami. Florida l/l-2. 7/3-1S ATTEKTiftM ATTORNEYS! CORPOIt \TtO\ OUTFITS Lowwt PrfcM — Quickest Delivery In South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FRI-43I.