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

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

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T efewish Floridian
Combining THE jfWISJf IMWiT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Ium
e 33 Number 29
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 17, 1959
Two Sections Price 20*
Senate Beats Move
To Knock Out Aid
For Bigoted Nations
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
WASHINGTON (JTA) A bold move to put the United States
ale on record as favoring the withholding of American aid to nations
h as Saudi Arabia which discriminate against American citizens be-
se of their religion was narrowly beaten this week.
The move came in the form of
an amendment to the Mutual As-
sistance Bill. It was rejected 47 to
43 in a vote that crossed party
lines. Virtually all senators repre-
senting the Southern states lined
up against the measure.
ELECTION DATE ADVANCE SEEN DOUBTFUL
Israel Cabinet Eyes Suez;
Ben-Gurion Snubs Meet
JERUSALEM(JTA)The Israel Cabinet met thfs week with Finance Minister Levi Eshkol presiding
instead of Premier David Ben-Gurion who refuses to sit at the same table with the four left-wing Cabinet
members representing the Mapam and Achdut Avodahthe two parties which refused to support the gov-
ernment on the arms deal with Western Germany.
The ultimatum given by Mr. Ben-
Ben-Zvi Asks Prime Minister
To Form Caretaker Government
SfN. WAYM MOtSf
A| SBBBsl
mmsmcrmriwm
ozlov Shuns
lews, Israelis
In News Talk
NEW YORK(JTA)Soviet
first Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov
eturned to New York Sunday
^om a tour throughout the United
tates and held a press conference
It the headquarters of the Soviet
|elegation to the United Nations
which no representative of the
wish and Israeli press was in-
Hted. Entrance to the conference
fas by invitation cards only.
Representatives of the general
!<... however, did not fail to ask
Ir. Kozlov why Jewish culture is
eing suppressed In the Soviet
Jnion and why synagogues are be-
(ig closed down at a time when
Religious institutions of other na-
tionalities in the USSR are per-
mitted to function freely. The So-
viet Deputy Premier avoided giv-
a reply to the question on the
an of Jewish culture, and reiter-
ated his denial of last week that
synagogues are being liquidated
In his country.
During Ms stay t Chicago,
Mr. Koslev visited the Interna-
tional Trade Pair there, but
carefully avoided the Israel ee-
vilion there. On the ether hand,
ha stepped at the gypfian ex-
hibit to chat and te ho photo-
graphed examining products
mio in Egypt.
In Pittsburgh, Mr. Kozlov was
| taken by Vice Admiral Hyman G.
[Rickover on a comprehensivo tour
CentintMd on Papa IA
Son. Wayne Morse, Oregon
Democrat who introduced the
amendment, told the Senate that
we "desecrate" the American
Hag by flying it ever the Dhah-
ran air-base in Saudi Arabia. He
said "these discriminators go so
ar as te go through our Army
personnel lists and make an in-
vestigation as to whether or not
a boy sent over there is a Jew."
The Senator held that "we should!
not stand by and countenance that
kind of discrimination against
American citizens by pouring
^American dollars into the country
which does it."
Senators opposing the amend-
ment argued that the United States
itself practiced discrimination in
its immigration legislation, and
that the proposed amendment
would constitute undue American
interference into the domestic af-
fairs of other countries. One ob-
jection was a view that the foreign
aid bill should not be used "as a
vehicle to convert the President of
the United States into a policeman
for the morals of all the nations
which might be candidates for aid
under the Mutual Assistance Act."
Gurion that he would not partici
pate in any Cabinet meeting at
which the four "dissident" Cabinet
members will be present was dis-
cussed Sunday by leaders of Ben-
Gurion's Mapai Party. Former
Chief of Staff Moshe Dayan ex-
pressed hope that the Premier
would change his attitude and
would again attend the Cabinet
sessions and preside over them.
At the Cabinet meeting the re-
port by United Nations Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold on his
talks in Cairo was discussed. In
Continued on Pago 5 A
MINORITY GOVERNMENT FADES
JTA-
PACE 5 A
y Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMPresident Ben-Zvi was to receive Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion Wednesday after completing talks with delegations of all
parties on formation of a new government, and it was expected the
President would ask Ben-Gurion to form a new government.
------------------------------:---------------? If Ben-Gurion demurs, the meet-
ing Wednesday would constitute
the first in a "second round" of
consultations.
Sen. Morse and San. Paul
Douglas, Illinois Democrat, criti-
cised the Administration for hon-
oring the King of Saudi Arabia at
a time whan Saudi Arabia was
discriminating against Ameri-
ef Jewish faith.
Sen. Morse recalled the 1936
Lehman Resolution adopted by the
Senate, expressing the sense of the
Senate against discrimination as
practiced by Saudi Arabia. He said
"the sad fact is that the principle
of non-discrimination, contained in
the Lehman Resolution, is not be-
ing maintained."
Storm Rages Over Tennis
Club Bar to Jews, Negroes
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PArrntf of exclusion ... page j-a

NEW YORK- Secretary, this week touched off one of the biggest scandals in the
sports world when he brought into the open the fact that the West Side
Tennis Club of New York openly pursued a policy of barring Jews and
Negroes from membership although it welcomed and profited from use
of its courts by outstanding tennis stars of these races it ostracized.
Dr. Bunche, winner of the Nobel*--------------------------------------------
Peace Prize and a distinguished
athelete in his college days, said
that Wilfred Bureland. president of
the club, had told him frankly that
the club, a private organization,
barred Jews and Negroes. He
quoted Mr. Burglund as saying that
"to his knowledge" there were no
Negroes or Jews in the club and
that there were not likely to be.
"I deliberately revealed this
experience," Dr. Bunche said,
"only because I find It t* be
rather shocking in New York
and think citizens of the city and
the country generally are en-
titled te know about it."
United States championship and
Davis Cup matches are played on
the club grounds at Forest Hills. In
recent years, such Jewish stars ss
Richard Savitt and Sidney Schwartz
have competed there.
An immediate result of Dr.
Bunches action was a move by the
New York City Commission on In
ter Group Relations to induce the
club to abandon its race bars. Dr.
Alfred J. Marrow, COIR chairman,
said the commission "will exert
every effort to see that the citv re
moves any sanctions or facilities
provided for public events at the
club as long as it maintains I dis-
criminatory membership policy."
City Council President Abe Stark
announced that if the club failed to
remove the ban, he would intro-
duce a censure motion in the city
council. Borough President Clancy
of Queens, where the West Side
Club Is located, said the Davis Cup
matches should be held elsewhere.
If the Prime Minister agrees
to head a caretaker government
until elections for Knesset in
November, it was presumed ho
would reconcile himself to a con-
tilalien of the present govern-
ment despite ttho presence of
the four left-wing ministers who
voted against the government en
the recent sale of S3 million
worth of Israei-made arms to
West Germany.
Observers were doubtful wheth-
er the Prime Minister in his pres-
ent mood would actually agree to
sit in the Cabinet with the four
ministers -of Achdut Avodah and
Mapam. He has refused to attend
Cabinet meetings at which the four
ministers have been present since
their anthgovernment vote ten
days ago.
Bonn Shields Self from Arms Furor
BONN--West German authorities acted this week to ensure
that the West German Republic suffered no diplomatic, politlesl or
economic repercussion, from the bomlbeU exploded in Israel by the
revelation that Ural had sold munition, to West Germany.
Dofen.s Department officials*
hastened to explain, and their ex
plaaation* were quickly relayed by
the Foreign Ministry to the Arab
States. uSat the only reason why
West Germany had placed arms or-
ders with the Israeli concern was
that the Israeli bid was consider-
ably lowerby some 30 percent
than competitive bids. There was
nothing political in awarding the
contract to Israel, it was argued,
and the West Germsn government
would entertain bids on munitions
it required, from Arab manufac-
turers, if
petitive.
the bids were com-
here, a
oof inits ejeeere on me part of tne
u>ei mans re nnocn oo^sm any bo
lief there might be that accept-
ance of the munition* from Is-
rael placed this country under
obligations te supply Israel with
armaments Israel required. Is-
Contlnued on Page 11 A
Hussein Views
Arab Summit
LONDON(JTA)King Hussein
of Jordan was reported this week
to be seeking to organize aa Arab
"summit conference" to deal with
the "Palestine and refugee prob-
lems." A royal mission was deliv-
ering invitations to all the Arab
States with the exception of the
United Arab Republic and Iraq.
The young king told correspon-
dents in Amman this week that
"the first thing that should be
done to solve the Palestine ques-
tion is to restore their rights to
the Palestinian Arab refugees
who lost their homeland ten years
ago."
He said Jordan was studying the
report and recommendations made
last month by UN Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold on the
refugee question and was consult-
ing on it wth other Arab States.
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Survey Polls N. Y. Clubs on Prejudice
... >L.. H'>. S Tenn,, O^^JSSS SSUp W.. lb. I..r,
,,Ot^,unc,l He add
Burglund. club president i
fejfoeg or Jews were -
hundreds of members
sign.
In proposing
a poll of
id- |,
strongly. I believe we .should.
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^president of tbe l'n* he planned to .ntroduce tewala- up> to ,*, ,, 0W^*J
Tennis Ai ** tion banning the issuance b> the <* lo keep a thing like th,. hS
. __...... ,n the .... ,,f nnhlir exhibition license j_D .., ,k_____*
fht there a> nothnu in the cji, of a public exhibition license ing ,, to show whf.r
1.. 1.... in .. ... nr.itiitn evccot a re- .......1,1 i;i,_ .-___.
clubs constitution or b)-laws to to at) orsan.ul.on except a re
har anvooe tn.ra membership be- Ugww mstrtulioo. which has mem
rehfion He male :Hrh.i> policies based on race.
,h.s known as the club faced 'he l0|Or or national omin.
(ability of losing the Davis Cup The proposal for a poll among
and national tennis championship c|ll0 members was
The 1959 ffistadrut Humanitarian Award is presented at the
Waldorf-Astoria in New York to David Dubinsky (left\ pres-
ident of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, and
Jacob S. Potofsky (right), president of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America, by Joseph Schlossberg (center).
chairman of the National Committee for Labor Israel. The two
top trade unionists were honored for their outstanding sup-
port to Israel and Histadrut at a recent dinner at the Waldorf.
Both Dubinsky and Potofsky visited the Jewish State to see the
country and the numerous institutions of Histadrut which then
unions have helped finance.
Mrs. FDR Will Talk at Brandeis
WALTHAM. Mass-Mrs. Elea-
nor Roosevelt will be among the
distinguished educators appearing
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at Brandeis I'niversity this sum-
mer for the university's Institute
on Contemporary American Af-
fairs.
Thi' Institute, first in a yearly-
series of summer refresher courses
'for the friends and alumni of the
university, opens Aug 2 fur i
days
Some 175 participants from all
parts of the nation will live on the
Brandeis campus and have the op-
portunity to iifu the university
through the eyes of the student.
Mrs. Roosevelt's lecture. "Tbe
United States and World Affairs."
will be given at the Sl,ober>! Audi
torium Wednesday evening. Aug
5. as part of the week-long review-
designed to bring the "students '
up to date on life in the U. S. to-
day. The Institute was character-
ized by Brandeis president Dr
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and challenging academic experi-
ence for adults "
matches
McL.nn said he planed *>
meet Wftb eh* officials to dis
cuss the controversy a* ttie Now
York City Department of Li-
censes be*ar on investigation to
determine whether a city license
was needed to hold the tennis
matches, at the dob in suburban
Forest Hills, Qwoens. Thomas M.
O'Neill, acting license eemmis
sioner, said the club was private
and exempt from the licensing
law. Howevesr, he said he was
also seeking to learn who spon-
sored tennis tourneys at the club.
Sponsors who rent a private club
for such events at which admis-
sion is charged must have a li-
cense.
Acting New York Mayor Abe
Stark ~au! he was prep:.:
ohjtton of censure of UK
30 Years Ago this Week
Prague The board of 'he Ptj :u-.
Kehillah n
ll au-
thorities over ;
Jewish cemeterj of Lbi
cremated Jews The "ill ot Oscai
Egerer, j Jewii
for cremation and- burial Ol
- in the family vault When
the Kehillah refused, the Egerei
family went to Prague officials who
ordered the burial
LeHoy Wagstaff. membeY of Ike
club for 12 years Stte said *e,
wanted to sec hiw many members
would resign if Dr Ralph Bunche.
Nobel Prize winner and United Na-
tions Undersecretary, would be-
come a member. Dr. Bunche re
waled last week that he anrl his
son. Ralph. Jr.. 15. had been re-
fused membership on grounds that
;he> were Negroes Dr Bunche
said he had been told by Wilfred
.'e we stipd i-
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Miami Ihisiness arid civic leaders meet to die- eral chairman with Jack A. Cantor, of the
cuss the new Israel Investors Corp., a mutual
fund which will invest American capital in
successful, profit-making Israel industries.
Seated clockwise around outer circle of table
are Morris Sipser, Miami Israel Bond manaaer.
Jack Katxman, Louis Rosenstock. Maurice Hy-
man. Philip Thau, 'Benjamin Rimer, Bernard
Lewin. of the Israel Investors Corp., Simon
Horn, Israel economist and representative of
the Israel Finance Ministry, Samuel Orirt, gen-
Greater Miami Israel Bond committee and a
member of the board of directors of the I.I.C.,
Jacob Sher, honorary chairman of the Israel
Bond committee, William Bomstein, Joseph
Rose, R. Williams Apte, Max Rosen, Henry
Gilbert, and Louis Hirsch. Seated in inner cir-
cle of table (clockwise) are Irwin Block, Sam-
uel Reinhard, Jacob Rifkin, Max Weitz, Ralph
Spero. Morris Simon, Abraham Grunhut and
Daniel Cravitt.
By JTA Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMShlomo Etecnbcrg. former general secretary of the
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, died Tuesday at the age of 60. He arrived
from Poland in 1929. and served in the Agency for 31 years. Recently
he retired on pension. __ _
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' BARCELONAA delegation from Spam is scheduled to attend the
World Jewish Congress conference in Stockholm next month, it was
learned here Tuesday.
The representation will mark the first time that Jews of Spain will
be joining with other Jewish communities at an international Jewish
conclave. The presence of the Spanish Jews in Stockholm also will
demonstrate the marked improvement in the political status, as well as
the Spanish government's decision to extend to the Jewish community,
its policy of increased economic and political cooperation on the inter-
national scene, it was asserted here. -

TEL AVIVThe acquisition of two submarines from Britain is
only the beginning of important steps to strengthen Israel's Navy. Chief
of Staff Chaim Laskov said Tuesday in a Navy Day message.
At the Navy Day celebration in Haifa. Cmdr. S. Tankus. one of the
submarine chiefs, and his officers reported on the major objectiv -,
achieved by the Navy last year.
These were^ an increase in the preparedness of naval units, im-
I provement in equipment, intensification of exercises, and acquisition of
1 the undersea craft.
The naval leaders also reported that Israel's destroyers were in
I good condition, and that their crews were well-trained and equipped for
anti-submarine warfare.
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10 A. D. Gordon Street Tel Artr, Israel
AY U. BINDER ______________ Correspond**!
Number 29
V0hme33 Fndoy. July 17. 1959
11 Taxnuz 5719
Personal Diplomacy Fails
No one is quite sure with what UN Secre-
tary ijeneral i>ug nammarsjcjold left Cairo fol-
lowing his effort to persuade UAR President
Nasser to release the Inge Toft cargo. The
secrecy surrounding the talks would seem to
indicate that he acheived absolutely nothing.
This conclusion is lent credence by the fact
that the Israel government last week refused
to reveal the substance of a Hammarslcjold re-
port to Jerusalem on just exactly what he did
"accomplish" and by a timid statement in
Washington several days ago suggesting
faith in Israel to do nothing until everyone has
been given a chance to study the results of the
Cairo proceedings.
If our deduction was predictable, it is only
a reasonable one, forecast in these columns
well before the UN chief's plane ever touched
down in Egypt. President Nasser's recalcitrance
in the Inge Toft fracas, which has tremendous
international implications, is not the land of
thing that lends itself to personal diplomacy.
Nasser insists that he has belligerent's
rights with respect to Israel. This is a double
crime against world law and order. The Con-
stantinople Treaty of 1888 clearly indicates that
Suez Canal transit shall not be denied warring
nations. But more important, it is a disastrous
flouring of the Armistice Agreement Egypt
signed with Israel on the Island of Rhodes in
1949.
The agreement, as well as those signed
with three other Arab nations, was never sup
planted by a proper peace treaty, and here
hes the substance of the United Nations failure
to bring peace to the Middle East The kind of
personal diplomacy to which Mr. Hammarsk-
jold a unfortunately addicted has contributed
largely to this continuing failure.
By going to Cairo, Hammarskiold merely
gave Nasser additional reason to rise in his
self-esteem-to believe that he is beyond inter-
national justice. Without the power of the UN
behind him. his was no more than a qlorified
sightseeing tour at public expense.
Needed is not Dag Hammaiskjold's
sporadic do-goodism but a firm United Nations
Short of this, it would be better to ignore 'the
question from afar. Personal diplomacy only
removes it even further from practical solution
The Battle for Men's Minds
When Miss Marian Anderson, one of the
aac US* TS fuUr age' Was some 20 years
ago denied the right to sing in Constitution Hail
in Washington. D.C.. that was bad enough
Neither Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's blast at
he Daughters of the American Revolution in
FeTlow^ "^ Pre8ldem -SctS
m!l?r^^migrants address to them ever
molhhed je renowned artist's humiliauon and
.he cWous propaganda efforts we suifered
as a consequence of the affair. sunea
Joi,, poo,,y "USt,*" "e -*
country as a whole tt, f"' lot on the
S him S^tLS^ s ST^
basis of his skin color. P e ,enuous
4 Tf GROWS IN THE UiJ.
The Senate s Sad Faux Pas
The United States Senate this week nar-
rowly missed adding a new measure of democ-
racy to its tradition even as the nation was still
celecrcting the addition of another star the
49th to Old Glory.
Beaten by a slim margin was a move to
put the Senate on record as favoring the with-
holding of U.S. aid to nations discriminating
agc;nst American citizens.
The target was clearly Saudi Arabia, and
t JTZ MOr8f 'Dre- 'S "PPtauded
oiL 'an K C0llea<3ues that we "desecrate"
our ag by permitting it to fly over Dhahran.
Dhahran is the site of a U.S. air base anH
was .he central reason behind the vSThere
So.O(lolo0.a,thebaSe,0,he'u-o, soTe
**. in thisregard ^TZT^r^
icon Jewish coSun i*" "^ f 'he Ame"
to ^nsssssss^submis8i-
evolve around om q"catl0n continue to
*- and ,1 %&, **
Douglas (D.-Ill) for honor f and ^ Paul
against Jews has come a El d,SCnmina,ton
Patently too late. l0n la8t ~ if ap
But it is not answr~t u
views which hold .ha, ZpJe I 8UCh abs"*d
become a policeman for ^ Can hrdly
abroad. The PrestfeXfmZ", na,io
must indeed be a pohceman k""''^ S,a,e
......______lr M4M4.D itAVMIMM
FORMER fmSIDIMT Harry S. Truman had a visual aid it
White House visitorsand himselfthat bit desk w, tfc,
mental summit The device waa a placard that said jimpJr
Buck Stops Here"
Thus m an uncomplicated American idiom. President ,
acknowledged full responsibility for the final decisions of bit
live department And. out of the day-to-day activities of tht
come manv experiences teaching toe etmm eseential !?.
where along the line the buck of diacrtminattaa can be p^Z
further
Presidents and high ranking executivestep manaeemeU|
the responsibility for discrimination, whether hi employment,
mcnagtmeni hat 4 mptnmbduy in ending di>(n
ml dorm I k**' *'* og an, arordin> to _
ji fxre't i"t u.n matter* with the narnnul itjff ^
n.. -. ItttM of B'nai Bnth. who leu forth hu u,K., Q
en chit rnOCal luhifii
or resort hotel- Yet the fart exists: often they don't know that
crimination is being practiced in their own businesses.
In ca-e after case. ADL has found that anti-Jewish discriml
does not necessarily represent the will or policy of top manage
More often lhan not. it reflects the whim of subordinate echelool'
this level, employees responsible for hiring, for making reservai
for selling or renting homes, often operate on their own They *
criminate because they think top management expects them t. (
because they are themselves prejudiced and knew they can pot taj
prejudices to work and get away with it. In turn, top managemtat|
often ignorant of what's going on and assumes that such pr*ctican]
exist or were long outmoded.
THtll nVIMlHI WCGISTIOM
a few examples will show the point: For several yean;, a j^
** community relations agency in the mid-West collected fufaa
that the local branch of a multi-million dollar corporation duenna
ated in employment. Its orders to employment agencies for all kat
of jobs, from order clerk to sales manager, almost invariably sm
fied: Jews not wanted. The community relations agency sought ted
the practice by conferring with the branch manager. He wusj
sympathetic and side stepped all suggestions for change
Negotiations on this level were stalemated ao the Jewish ageaa]
called on ADL for assistance. ADL then conferred, in New York. j|
the senior vice president of the firm (whose operations exteahl
throughout the Western hemisphere). This top executive was shads]
to learn that any unit of his company discriminated for reason d
religion, that a mid-West supervisor had turned down a request*
remedial action He assured ADL that his corporation had no intrral
at all in the religion of its employees. He pointed out that its S
York headquarters had many Jews on its staff. He also solicited AOU
advice about a course to follow ^
The three suggestions offered were: The responsible executiw
the mid Western unit should be made to understand clearly that, mi
no circumstances, is religion or race to be a factor in hiring promouaj
or firing employees: this policy should be nude clear to all empk*|
with personnel responsibilities; all employment agencies used by
firm should he instructed that the firm's only interest is merit, ooti
religion or race of prospective workers.
The vice president accepted these suggestions and said that tat]
would be implemented immediately. He also bad an idea of his mi
at (he very next meeting of the top management committee, he awl
!'" pose that a written directive go forth to all personnel emphasis
the corporation's policy of non-discrimination
I
in in discrimination.
1MB MRMaVM wi/cr
N this SITUATION. 1,000 miles separated top management fnJ
the scene of the crime Kmployment discrimination can exK rxA
at home loo Well-motivated officials are often so preoccupied si
re!ationTnCSS 'h'''V "'n<1 "' bccome ob,'v'" toproblem^ of huatj
erallnvM rM'nm,'1 ,l,>par,ment big-city bank had instructed aj
Th 1.1 'n,plovm,'n "Jiencies that "Jews are not to be referral
n the charge The break came early this year. A bank perassl
notTS hi '"-qualif,ed stenographer frankly that he caJ
^ ;;;;;;;;'", conversaUon; it opened the doo? to long-nee*]
M.n,,e|,,dl;re.,,I! r^ '^ ^ ff'CiaU' D,Pi ** the _
the bank nrl T?'^ '" a '{en", d""" ti-Jew.sh pouey- H
,1 ." :'. "n 1"?.kpd the facts and was more realistic. H
ends ulld 7w wP ent Venonal letter to the emal*
offered u", *lTc6 ,n m"k,n >>b referrals. And finally. N
banks personnel mS? ,nv,,a"" to make periodic surveys of M
felt, would Mp^urlrh nid,,hf """Po-tion of iU aiatf. Thu.M
anfn..a 0nd of abomination in his bank
^^a^^Li?^ hM *-* "- d^r"ni',
clerks, not thainil L P"lt view rf rewrvation managers 4
insistent pat"er?of^iraa"a,eB,enl- ** ADL delected*
"> the East XMJl*"xmin*lion t one of the largest resort h*N
"ndings He .S"Ln,1B-*er w" ***"yl whaThe saw ADIJ
innings ne cxamin^ ,/------*" oismayeo waea ne saw -j
* warranted "n ^ ,h'm nd "knowledfed that ADLs coscaj
< -oodwili. that discrim'ln^- W" c,'"r U,at manager wai a
<* me memoer, 5 h?. A^.*M Cata*d ^ u-d*u*" *Z2i
steps. rs ol hl$ department He took immediate correct*
a mio*U.X0tS,S,Ii!eV^, ycar" that the local man.g.meoMJ
* -real fm,n ll ~,nly~touil1 -na-<>P*"ted by one of A^
rom Chr,s.s. nv ',^'on'^" ekreg.tlag tU Jewish ten**
*o rehgioua ghetZ *"*a."on J00*60 that the rumor had sul^fH
'" the development' Am "^ "" Owitttaa. had been crastj
denied any such praetll fipfroach the weal management eJJ
bought the proble' Vr.i. "' "* evi*^ mounted. Finally *J
"Perators. An mi tentioB of top official, of the swatj
,0k remedial ,cUon ^ wort, top affkial* .mmed..^

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Minority Government Fades
As Interim to November
JERUSALEM--T1ie likelihood that the present coalition
government wduld continue as a caretaker administration became a
virtual certainty this week after President Ben-Zvi completed talks with
representatives of all parties except the Communists.
The President, who received dep-' ~
utations of the two left-wing par-
ties, Achdut Avodah and Mapam,
and Agudah and foaie Aguuan
Sunday, reportedly came to the
conclusion that no combination
could -muster a majority for a vole
of confidence in the Knesset, Is-
rael s Parliament. Deputies of par
ie in opposi'lon to the sale of
$3,000,000 worth of Israel made
Wl/ Urges Alleged Statement
?/ Hotelman be Clarified Here
1 loaders of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States Wed-
-utered into the fracas involving a Miami Beach Sun columnist
:.ilrged quote of a nol^d hotelman here. .
\V Frirdlander. chairman of the Americanism' Commission
I IWV Department of. Florida, said that his group was contacted
tment commander Irving |---------------=-*'------------ --.
^mediately following uffjce recejved ,he.oopy.K)f a fc,.
arms to West Germany, which
brought about the current govern-
ment crisis, number 70 of the 120
Knesset members.
Simultaneously, the chances for
the formation of a minori'y govern-
ment composed of Mapai and the
Progressive Party, receded as op-
position parties indicated they
would not give passive support to
such a minority agreement.
Th proposal to advance the.
national election* in Israel from
Nov. 17 to the middle of Septem
bar, to shorten the period of Is-
rael's caretaker government, was
dropped Monday by Mapai, the
party of Premier Ben-Gurion
which originally sponsored the
proposal. The Maoai action was
explained by the fact that it be-
came clear that no majority
coo Id be mustered for the pro-
posal in Knesset, Israel's Parlia-
ment.
Cfaf. WtlZMANN
Center Camps
In Second Period
Travel, real and fantasy, high-
j lighted the first week of the sec-
ond period of the Greater Miami
; Jewish Community Center's day
i camp program serving some 500
children in the DarJe county area.
rOUje 5-A
Gen. Weizmann
Arrives in U. S.
NEW* YORfc-Gen. Ezer Weiz-
mann, Commander of the Israel
Air Force, arrived in the United
States recently for a tour of ma-
jor communities on behalf of the
Israel Bond campaign.
Gen. Weizmann's first appear-
ance will be in Chicago, where he
will be guest speaker at a dinner
honoring Samuel Rothberg of Pe-
oria, III, national chairman for
Trustees of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization. The Air Force Com-
mander, who was promoted to the
rank of brigadier general on Is-
rael's 11th Independence Day, is
a nephew of the late Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, first President of the
State of Israel.
Gen Weizmann is a "sabre,"
! or native of Israel, who was born
1 in Tel Aviv 35 years ago. For-
merly the Chief of Operations of
the Israel Air Force, ha is one of
Israel's foremost national he-
roes, having distinguished him-
self in the War of Liberation,
and previously in the RAF dur-
ing World War II.
Following his service as fighfer
col-
21 publication of a "- ltr of explanation published here
PaufrJJ, Bruun in the ,,,, weeks d ,, ,,,,
. hich Bruun quoted Mor ,ha, Mr Lansbur>,n is ou,
burgh as expressing his town Kriedtandw explained.
siri Ui see some restricted no-
e again" and that "he
ike to see something done
|attr;ict other than Jewish vim-
Miami Beach,"
The JWV Americanism Commis-
sion chairman added that "until
Mrs. Walter Feltman. chairman
j.of the GMJCC day camp commit- pilot w,fh"Uie RAF, in which he
I tee. said that Camp Shalom, the saw atllon jn North Africa, he re-
, Beach YMHA day camp, visited ,urned to Palestine in 1947 where
LEastern Airlines. he piunged into the effort to build
However the House Committee L .At CamP Ma"Ka"B"' the **>ami an air forcc for the Haganah, the
of Sr Knesset decSed Monday !o'VMHA dayxlcamrt T-y f ". Jewish defense force. Th* embryo
recommendI thsHhi elccSns n^ ^S1""9 *? T**, the,r annual1 air force, which consisted of Piper
helNov 3 Instead ofNov 17 *" ,0L the 'l. javernight to Cubs and called itself the Pales.
VrHZL .ii"! ;f ..... ."Jl, tamp Greynolds. The pvogrjm L Aero club supplied the expe.
i rience and training for the test
such time as Mr. Lansburgh re- l0 ,h,e Knesset deferring the mum-
It'll fl APtlriM- lain .-._ n *v ^. ._ J
At the same time it was learned WiR be centered around Indian
that the government will propose low< and ,ndian Vlvinf,% climaxed
|Atcordir*g te Friedlandar, the
commander immediately
xr.ted a special cemmittee
tad of Harry Cohan, no-
il executive eommitteemen,
rl Neal Heller, national
inter caniam chairman, and
Iriediender.
| Cohen contacted Lanaburgh's
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BAL SHACHRIS
.ANTID FOI TIM RI0M KOUpATS
Lai Ziea Ceasr., Rev West. Reesea
l eov. Appl, te Rabbi Sakwartx.
Ini r o- Hotel, 14th g Oceea eV.
Miomi Reach, Florida
^WW>wAHWW*WWW-n.
turns, the special Jewish War
Veterans committee are agreed
that no precipitous action should
be taken."
But Cohen declared Wednes-
day: "I have polled the Ameri-
canism Commission, as wall a*
' a number of the JWV member-
' ship, and there seems to be the
prevailing sentiment that in
view ef Mr. Bruno's comment in
his column and the latter from
Mr. Lensburgh's office which
denies the remark as published,
there is a difference of opinion
regarding what actually
said."
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Cohen added that "we feel in
the interests of justice and Jewry
that the remark should be clari-
fied, and full opportunity given
for whatever explanation may be
forthcoming. Either Mr. Lans-
burgh did make Ihe remark, or he
did not, and the truth must be
traced down in thi> important mat-
ter."
cipal elections for one year and |
amending the municipal election
law to enable mayors to be elected
by popular vote. Mayors are now
chosen or elected by the members
of the municipal court.
The talks which President Ben-
rZvi has been conducting with, lead-
ers of various political groups re-
garding the formation of a new
Cabinet were concluded Monday.
i The last groups to be consulted
were the three Arab factions within
the Knesset and the Communist
Party. AH indications were that no
new Cabinet could be formed and
was that the old Cabinet, which official-
ly resigned, would remain as a
caretaker government until after
the November national elections.
Summer Classes
For Teachers
Israel Cabinet
Discusses Suez
Continued from Page 1-A
by an Indian camp fire.
At the North County YMHA
camp. Camp Noar. "Fantasy
Land will.be the theme. An ex-
citing trip was meanwhile taken,
which helped campers learn more
about science and medicine at the
experimental laboratories of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Mi-
ami.
These day camps are part of the
GMJCC social group work pro-
gram which is supported by the
United Fund and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. Isidore B.
SimJcowitz is Center president.
that came in the Arab invasion of
Israel and the subsequent War of
Liberation.
When Israel's independence was
proclaimed in May, IMS, Gen.
Weizmann rose to the command of
the first fighter squadron, which
then consisted of a few obsolete
World War II fighters.
In 1951, he went to England for
studies at the RAF Staff CoUege
for a year, returning home to set
up the first Staff and Command
Course of the Israel Air Force,
which be commanded for 18
months.
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and will meet regularly thereafter
8 to 10 p.m. at Kneseth Israel Con-
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The classes, scheduled for six
weeks, will be conducted by Davad
Kosenfcld and Joshua Stadlan,
! with emphasis on "Customs and
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In charge of information are Sol
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t the absence
'Golda Meir _
Minister Ben-Gurion, the details of
i Hammarksjold's report were pre-
: sented to the Cabinet.by Dr. Walter
Eytan, director general of the For-
eign Ministry.
The report dealt with the re-
suits of HammerskioW's negoti-
atiem with President Nasser of
the Unltad Arab RopubH* "
opening the Suoi Canal far the
passage ef Israeli cargoes and en
N>e fate ef te Danish vessel
Inge teft detained "-
trance te the Sues Canal for
carrying Israeli cargo. (Areewrt
tVem Lender s.W that the Uni-
ted Arab Repuolie Custom De-
partment aucHanad Saturday the
Israeli cargo of potash, eement
and fruH juices salted rTOS Sy
Liberia vessel Capitan Menolis
i Feb. 25 while the ship was
passing through the Roes Canal.)
Some importance was "<**)
here to the sudden departure Isst
weekend from the United Nations
headquarters in New York of An-
drew W. Cordier, executive assis-
tant to Hammarksjold, who carries
the responsibility for following up
administrative UN work in the Mid-
dle East. Cordier left for Geneva
to meet there with Hammarskjold
and. Ma j. Gen. Carlsson von Horn,
chief of the UN forces on the Egyp-
tion-Israeli border. It was report-;
ed here that Cordier was in touch,
with the Israel delegation at the*
United Nations before he left for
Genevs.
The Cabinet meeting also heard
a report from Abba Eban, former
Israel Ambassador to toe United
States, on his tour of duty in Wash-
ington. A report was also pre-
sented to the Cabinet on the talks
now being held in London between
the World Bank president Eugene
Black and British Foreign Minister
Selwyn Lloyd. The World Bank is
now considering a loan to Egypt
for widening the Suez Canal.
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1BEI PRIZI WINNER BARRED
Sportsmen' Betray
Pattern of Exclusion
NBW YORK- bs in the New York metropolitan area of Jewish and Negro mem
rJ-, on the basis of unwritten rather than written regulations emerged
i cek from a spot survey by the New York Times of club member
ip policies.
[The survey found that, like the
h~t Side Tennis Club which bar-
L Nobel Prize-winner Ralph J.
tinche and his son because they
roes, there were no clubs
bth specific religious or racial
Lns in their constitutions or by-
jws The bans are applied through
Icrnbership selection procedures
huh begin with the requirement
pens that none have been pro-
pesed." Oliver Rodgtrs, presi-
dent of the Meadow Club in
Southampton, L.I., said there
wart no Negro member* but de-
clined to say whether there were
any Jewish members.
The New York Athletic Club, fre
,,i applicants must be proposed quently in the news for its tight
members. Generally, only a few I bars against Jews and Negroes
(alive vote*in some clubs, only ; provod to be the most difficult
ic-ne*d be cast to blackball an dub from which to get information
'Plicant. Julien J. Soubiran. former prcsi
None of the clubs queried in the Idem/ refe"0^ the matter to the
rvey had NeRro members. Some I club oftice. At the club a spokes
,d a few Jewish members. The' nun sa,d lhe matter could be dis
. Hollow Country Club at Oy-
r Bay in distant Suffolk county
long Island was described by
inager William Chadwicke as
non-sectarian." He added that
bout 90 percent of the members
lerc Jewish "and that no members
Jrre Negroes.
One ciwb manager, who asked
[not to be identified, said his club
hod seme Jewish members, hot
at they were members of fam-
ilies which had converted to
hnstianity. Leslie White, man-
lager of the Wykagyl Country
[Club in New Rochelle, said there
were no Negro or Jewish mem
|bers but added that "it se hap-
cussed only by Jerome F. Heajy,
jr., secretary. Uealy said he did
not have the authority to answer
such questions and that only "the
top man." the president, Joseph J.
Lordi, could supply the informa-
tion. Mr. Lordi was unavailable.
Other ciabs which reported, us
ually reluctantly, that they had
j neither Jewish nor Negro mem-
|bers, included the Winged Foot
I Golf Club in Mamaroneck, NY.;
Orange. NY; ,and Mcadowbrook
Club. Jericho. L.I Martin Barry,
general manager of the Westches-
I ter Country Club in Rye, NY., said
there were Jewish but no Negro
members.
ADL# AJCong. Issue Sharp
Statements of Cojidemnation
NEW YORKThe Anti Defama- the West Side Tenns Club, makes
lion League of B'nai B'rith Wed- mockery of all precepts of fair
besday urged that the United play and good sportsmanship. It
States Lawn Tennis Asen. transfer afiects the careers and aspirations
i-xt month's Davis Cup play from of hundreds of young Americans,
tie facilities of "the discrimina- of different faiths and color, who
ry West Side Tennis Club" at have notable contributions to
Forest Hills. Queens. ; make to sport. In the international
The League also suggested that sports- world, it exposes our na-
rach of the Americans qualifying {Uon to ridicule," Mr. Forster de-
t the tournament tell the United clared.
tates Lawn Tennis Assn. that he In a similar statement, the
KHild not participate in matches American Jewish Congress this
held at West Side Tennis Club fa- week called on the United States
tilities "as a matter of democratic
principle."
The statement, made by Arn-
old Forster, the League's na-
tional civil rghts director, noted
that "the West Side Tennis Club
justifies its bigotry en the
ground* that it is purely a pri-
vate club."
Davis Cup committee to move the
challenge round symbolizing inter-
national tennis .supremacy from
'the Forest Hills Stadium of the
West Side Tennis Club to another
I site.
Stanley H. Lowell, chairman of
the executive committee of the
AJCoggreas .Jlew Y,ork Metropoli-
tan Council, said in a letter to the
However, the policy of the club : S- La Tennis ^ton whose
excluding Negroes^ and ^'*Uet"J?^JFJ?\JSg
i a .practice first i committee. jtbat (he .jUib s policy
J^H.MLgroe. and Jew, .makes it "totally
al com pe-
ed States
Iin excluding Negroe
I from mcnsbcr|hip,
puhhcly reported,. .
1950 and confirmed by the clpfis af
touniamenU.itbeeon^.n-rethMi^ ;jWr J
these tournaments are an tat**']: Z^r^M^Tfci an event aimed
nt source of the clubs annual J b*uer _s^nI?- 1..on.hin eaal
the free wr,ldc
.better setting for :
tat encouraging sportsmanship and
the Declaration of Independence
and the Ojpcejrt that all men are
created equal.
tectiift Stk$Mt iisfW
"The Art of Uviqg Happily" U
the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolf i uge
The damage to Americani prai-
se is already great." Losjell said
wn'. talk every Monday and Fri- table message toOip' icW-"J
Jj, morning before the **** Uged that ^^&S
Club of Miami Beach. Tueaday g^ diB.wtog 4be !**** tBe
noons. Dr. Wolfson reports on Weit Side Tennis Club. Otherwise,
"ews from Israel at the Regular
be declared:
Luncheon Qub meetings of Miami "We may retain the *"<*-
Beach Lodge of BinaLBriUft the but *e, wlD **** ^pert
DiUdo^Ul. GerMion Miller la, of mUltons ***X*
chairm^toxtag^Umau is .woe* of .11 races, color, and re-
lodge priiHt,
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Postmaster Eugene M. Dunlap (right) receives the new 49-star
flag from the Miami Post Office Post of the American Legion.
Making the presentation are (left) Earl C. Kaylor, new com-
mander of the Post, and Larry Hoffman, departmental com-
mander. State of Florida. Dade County Honor Guard wai also
on the program. Presentation was made at a joint installation
meeting of Post Office Post 311 and Florida's first all-women's
post, Poinsettia 113.
.Lighthouse
m> topw*er>'
Imposters claiming to be from
the Lighthouse for the Blind are
making the Miami circuit," Light-
house officials said Wednesday.
Clifford Low. Lighthouse sales
manager. urgeTT residents "to m-
I sist on full credentials from sales-
men All Lighthouse products and
-men bear ample identifica-
tion." hi- said.
The Lighthouse sales program
provides steady employment for
over 40 blind Miamiant whose
livelihood depends upon the sale
of their products.
"By posing falsely as represen-
tatives <;f the Lighthouse for the
Blind and selling articles brought
in from other areas, these sales-
men are depriving local blind peo-
ple of the opportunity to continue
as self-supporting members of the
! community." Low said. He also
stated that the Lighthouse is not
' selling magazine subscriptions or
merchandise by telephone.
Volunteer Workers Needed
The Dade County Tuberculosis
Assn. Wednesday issued an urgent
plea for summer and year-round
volunteer workers to help prepare
280.000 envelopes of Christmas
Seals which go out to the public
in mid-November. Organizations
and individuals are badly needed
to check' lists, alphabetize cards,
type and help stuff envelopes. Both
adult workers and teen-agers from
high schools and colleges were
asked to offer their services now.
Wins Piano Prizes
Ten-year-old Gary (iostei, son ot
I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gostel, of
13271 SW 21st St., has been winnin-
prizes galore for his outstandin;
1 talent as a pianist. Gary has won
loving cups from the Surfcomber
and Monte Carlo hotels for his
winning performances in their
italent shows, and was recentk
awarded a Moscar, Musical Os
Icar," for Outstanding Achieve
ment. which is presented annually
to outstanding students by tbe
Hess Studio of Piano and Theory
jtefit
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'Gay 90V Decor Marks Mew Stevens
Ooening of $950,000 Coral Way Site
fP"" "f an Did (|J
p'f" decor
, h> suvcns Markets, inc,
at 1455 Coral a .
Bu.lt a. a cos. of **'* stands inside the fron, en^aS
inR equipment. ,he ";^ven": the Coral Way More as ,"*
" *'" ^J,h L ? f one stop ,ac,c for entrif>s in ,h<> "(A
h Florida chain of one stop ravor||e Recip( BakmR
shopping ccnitr- Cive-away items for childrwj
"Th* Gv 90' decor in,r*" c,ude ,d sty,e urt<,he for I
dvc.d in an effort t. giv the and wooden pickles for
Asido from decor, the new
vena store will be ultra modern!
every respect
Front of the building is of L
and plate glass with entrance/;
both ends, as well as the eenti
On the all .nan *-, Parking f.ciUtie. are prnv.^
cove a
new market a distinctive charac-
ter with th. nostalgic atmos-
phere of the old fashioned gen-
eral store." president Bernard
Stevens said.
t the east end of the 260 ft.
front, is a 27 x
13 11. glass uic _. rnrml r.,. j.
Food in Abund
(oral Way. Coral Gate dr.
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute through spirit- made in he office of .Mtadl"j^^JS
ual leader Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever pre- Lee Powell. ****** EhSEZ SSJS
sents a cup to Harry Rosenberg, of the Insti- berg, a former president of the]nsU.ute Mayor
tu.es charter members, "for his outstanding Powell, Rabbi Ever. Rosenberg and Dade
humanitarian and philanthropic work among County Commissioner Charles nau.
the poor and needy." The presentation was_______________________________________________
Quiet Returns Following Haifa Riot ||
HAIFA-(JTA)-4uiet prevailed number of the rioters were re- affair began when one af Hit crn replica of an antique Merry lion Stevens <
in Haifa Sunday following the re-! ported injured in the battle be- members of the mob, a known oidsmobue. wnH will f i
will prawfaa wo* |
eaaarOMliwafary MO tall and para |
time
lease this morning of a group of j tween the police and the mob. drunkard, resisted arrest J^hil*
rioters who were arrested last i The General Zionist Party and the
Thursday after they damaged a\ right-wing Herut, meanwhile, an-
. number of stores and overturned ] nounced that they would raise the
and set fire to a number of cars question of the rioting in Parlia-
in a slum quarter of this port city.
However, steel-helmeted police
still continued Sunday to patrol the
quarter.
A report on the riots was pre-
sented Sunday to the Cabinet by
Police Minister Behor Shitreet.
Eleven policemen and an unknown
ment.
Although some sources de-
scribed the outbreak as "com-
munal riot" of North African
Jews, it was determined that it
was actually an underworld mob
which launched the rioting. The
Gas System Starts Conversion
The first voluntary rate reduc- August. The company published
tion by a public utility to custom- Hs new rates following their ep-
ers in Dade and Broward counties proval by the Florida Railroad
in more than 20 years was an- and Public Utilities Commission.
nounced this week by Peoples Gas I .
System. In the same order approving
Peoples' rales, the Commission
also decreed that franchise taxes
Peoples" distribution system in Colleeled for mu"ciPalit' W *
Dade and Broward from artificial "mpa"y _*-5 k" SP"*?
to Natural Gas. y on the bl" from char*es madc
The company said residential ^8'*.
The announcement coincided
with the start of conversion of
drunk Wednesday night. Police
trying to subdue him were forc-
ed to shoot and he was taken to
a hospital where his condition
was reported as serious but not
' dangerous.
As rumors spread that t h e
' wounded man. an immigrant from
North Africa, had died, a group of
his friends began a demonstration.
I marching with black flags. The
police, believing the demonstra-
i tion would subside, made no effort
to intervene. When the demonstra-
t tion got out of control, the police
moved in. This happened after the
demonstrators were reinforced by
i the arrival from neighboring
towns of more North African lm
migrants.
The reinforced police, aided by
; fire brigade equipment, finally rc-
stored order toward nightfall.
Conciliatory efforts were made by
Mayor Abba Khoushi and his
councillors and quiet was restored
mural depicting rwu ^^ ave
tact" m the old fashioned sampler
st vie of art. Jama* I chert, who kej]
Huge, woodcut block lettering | mtvo* aa direct** af Steve*]
is used to identify the various de- Ft. Lawdardala market since it*
paitment locations within the oponrng last spring, hat beat
shopping area The store's snack n*n4 t*> a similar position a
bar has been named "Diamond e^, cecel Way eajtt*. He uej
Jims Bar." and is appropriately
decorated. Charles Gottlieb "un-
locked" the new Stevens market
with a gigantic key Tuesday after
ride down Miracle Mile from the
Coral Gables City Hall in a mod- three to be built undtr a S25
upHun
a* the U-year
chain a total of if* units by
Th. "motor "*"-**"* middle of neat year,
cashit being offarod as the
grand prixe in a "Grandma's
Favorite Recipe Baking Contest"
currently underway in all Ste-
vens ttoret. Th* contest will
a bake*ff among
itore winners, t*
The new store ia the first
windup with
th* individual
Stevens said week-is schrdulei]
to start en the two other marked]
in Miami Beach and North MuaiJ
Beach later this summer.
opening planned for early
year.
A company spokesman said the,by Frida; monuiig.
rates for the new fuel would drop >P"*-nwn aw
from 3.4 percent to 39.5 percent ne^ra,e* *" cut People
I
commercial rates would de- "" apprx ma,e'y J851,? l n e Jgawich MAsa**>_~
from 17 to 19.5 percent. |!t >/. but the drop will be par- JeWISH NeWSfTJeH
mm hill. r,mn .h m ,,aUy offset by lower costs for .
Barred by Kozlov
. percent to 39.5 percent,.....*"vs """'" ^I^ST IF"
while commercial rates would de- *nJ?f ..??.pr?x,.m?tely .$851'00? \}J
cline
Minimum bills remain the same,
$1.75 a month natural sas. He added that the
company expects to gain back the
Billing at th* n*w rates will loss and more within three years Continued from Page 1-A
begin when the conversion to from new business which can be of the nearbv atnmi, ^
J-awl is compft^ UH in_deve.oped_ with natural gas. | tion.hA. S^StaJTSgS"
who is director of the naval reac-
KS.u,heve' asked Mr KmIov
whether he thought that he Rick-
over could be elected to office in
the Soviet Union. This was a ref-
erence to Adm. Rickover', JewUh
background.
"Certainly." Mr. Kozlov rephed.!
xou would be president or vice
president of the Academy of stl
races ln our country. Members of
'he Academy of Sciences g,.| the
l^'Vfr A,lm ^ko
then asked the Soviet [)epu|y Vlv
m.,r i, money was the mo, lm.
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To Greet Stevens' New Store!
There'sjustoit* place to be -and that's at the NEW Stevens Market! Here is the most
modern of food stores-spotless, efficient, spacious-with the nostalgic decor of The Gay 90*s.
And there's the easy-going, cracker-barrel warmth and friendliness of the 90's too. Traditional
STEVENS values in every department-farm-fresh produce, succulent meats, dairy products and
frozen foods galore, thousands of different canned foods plus housewares, clothing, sporting goods,
toys. You'll find-as have so many. Miamians that old-fashioned thrift is in style again ... at
STEVENS
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
Superb values in all departments!


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PRACTICAL
PHARMACEUTIST
On tf|ii ini t aM
times. Rapid yet cau-
tioua compounding of all
prescript ion* by skilled,
well-schooled pharma-
ceutist. Top grade ingre-
dienU used exclusively.
POULTRY
A considerable selection of fowl of all i _
including fryers, broilers and I pasting birds.
Here, too, one may purchase simmering fresh-
ly barbecued chickensready for eating.
CHEESES
An unparalleled collection of the
world's favorite cheeses, each selected
for its enthusiastic acceptance in
America's most distinguished homes
as well as in the courts of Europe.
Among innumerable others, there's
Camembert, Kimelkaae. Locsteili
Romano. Gsetost each totally
wonderful in flavor!
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MEATS
Stevens is renowned for iu super-
lative meats tender, delicious,
fresh. And smazingly at low
prices. All Stevens meats ara
U.S. Prime and Choice. Freshly
cut. freshly packaged and atao
cut to order.
M.a..M... *" ".^M .. ...^
..*
CANNED GOODS j
Hare is the widest selection of
your favorite fruits, vegetables,
meats, dessert* limitless variety:
low, low prices.There is also a vast I
collection of FROZEN FOODS
for your freeser. {
COURTESY CENTER
For the convenience of our patrons
wa will cash cheques without
charge; we will accept payment for
electricity and water bills. Ameri-
can Empress Money Orders sold.
There is no obligation whatever for
those taking advantage of these
services to make a purchase. Don't
miss Diamond Jim Snack Bar.
. r* >
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SEAFOOD
Each day's catch is rushed to Stevens
where it is kept eating-freah for our
patrons. An elaborate selection of all
fresh snd salt water favorites includ-
ing lobster, oysters, shrimp, scallops.
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PRODUCE
Featuring fresh-picked Fruits and
Vegetables rushed to Stevens by
newly-perfected locomotive-drawn
freight caravans! Each item is care-
fully selected and rich in health-
enhancing vitamins.
See STEVENS exciting NEW FASHIONED store on Coral Way at 34th Avenue
FREE GIFTS FOR KIDDIES ON OPENING DAY! FRESH DELIVERIES OF MERCHANDISE RECEIVED DAILY



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Fia.. in time to reach the contest editor by midnight. Sunday. July IS.
Israel Engineer Seized as Spy
Before He Could Kill Himself
HAIFAItzhak Silbcrman. a 54-year-old metal- enemeer.
who came to Israel ten years ago from Soviet Bessarabia, has been ar-
rested by the security police here on charges of espionage
Police said the engineer apparently had anticipated his arrest. A
small vial of cyanide, a deadly
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seized before he could use it. The
suspect is liable to life imprison-
ment under state security laws.
A similar charge is pending
against Aharon Cohan, a Mapam
leader, who was remanded after
beir>g accused o* etpierteie for
Named Assistant Treasurer
a foreign country. Police said
there was no connection between
the two cases.
The engineer, who lived in Acre
with his wife and a grown daugh-
ter, reportedly was a well-estab-
lished citizen Police said his al-
leged espionage was done for ideo-
logical, ralher than financial rea-
sons. They said his arrest followed
months of close surveillance dur-
ing which he was reportedly seen
in contact with foreign agents.
Fellow engineers in the Israel
Metal Industries, Israels largest
metal uorks plant, said he was an
on iron and aluminum
Promotion of Robert W. Bohan
to the position oi assistant treas-
urer has been announced by Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. of Miami Beach. Bohan is
a member of the South Florida exPert ...........
chapter of the Society of Savings Halfa Pl'ce said the engineer had
and Loan Controllers and has been been ar*ested June 15 but his ar-
in the savings and loan business rest had been kept secret until the
announcement this week.
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1 In an accident suit a
who Mill insurance will prob-
ably be rejected as a juror.
7Some parents of young chil
drcn fed it'i not to fly
together on the same plane.
9An ordinary tourist in Monaco
might envy the with
access to the palace.
10Roman numeral six
IICity famous for witchcraft
14It's disheartening to think th..-
the one you love doesn't care
a for you
15Diminutive suffix.
18Costly remodeling may be
by a house owner with sudden
medical expenses
20-SaIt
22-Finish
24Note of the scale
25Many readers avidly enjoy this
in a gossip column
27That thing.
28Repast.
29-Chemical symbol. Germanium.
30A tipsy customer at the bar
sometimes reacts with
resentment to a stranger's
friendly remark
31~An easy-going person is un-
likely to hv friend's
bad habits.
II
mis DOWN
2A change of climate is often
helpful in curing such an ili-
M -1
3An impatient motorist is irn-
?,.en a attendant
at a tilling station insists on
wiping the windshield
4Since.
5A quality jn ones lpeech
E^8tol*nwherVthe
person was born
F-,'rl wSU*Uy w,nl* a new
Easter hat with a becoming
8The night before.
11 Pigpen.
12-Watching the dancers through
Pa glasses, a ballet fan i<
ussy about getting ,he
in focus.
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!?hSI1*' m* very proud
; "A collegian who's to h.
whoeS8SU'"i at}m" *'
workers "*'*,un '"'ow
21-Form into a line.
23-It s hard for a family doctor to
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Expect Israel Won't Act Until Word from Dag
WASHINGTON-^JTA)-ObServers here expressed the view this
fTJn UN We/r^r ^Tr"'' '""^ ^ com-uTaUo
from UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold on his efforts to secure
Jh,s New A,0" h dHyn8mj,eladen Hammarksjold returned
o his New York headquarters and Israeli representatives were enabled
to canvas< the situation with him thoroughly.
Mr. Hammarskjold* "silent di-
plomacy," it was believed, failed
to move President Carnal Abdel
Nasser of the United Arab Repub-
lic very far from his oft-repeated
mediate carriers, not ships char-
tered by lsr|. He was reported
adamant in refusing to permit
stand that he would not permit Is" I IT*"?1* *_ LD*?'n *.
| raeli cargoes through the Interna- ^J^T'..' ,, tl ^ E?YP
tional waterway "regardless of con !'""*.mty 2'- Th* ?>>*"*'
sequences."
NAMr iw
|ge Elects
President
ami Beaeh insurance ex-
Harry Levy, was elected
first president el the
Miami Lodge of the Free
Israel, oldest Jewish fra-
order in the United States.
rst lodge was incorporated
[meeting held at the Saxony
the grown also named vice
m Burton Loebl; treasur-
Hoffman; financial sec-
Leslie Fellerman; record
etarv. Neil Leben; tiler,
(fter, chaplain, Louis Seig-
Btees, Manuel Fried, Harry
Max Kleinman.
The Egyptian dictator was r-
portod only to have conceded to
Hammarskjold that ho would
permit passage of cargoes pro-
tire of Nazis
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YORK-The City
::kiart which, two years ago
mping its eyes out" over
lary of Anne Frank," is now
Ig hysterically and fighting
[tickets to an anti-Nazi play
Brecht's "Schwellr. in
War II," according to a
tun report in Variety, en-
ii" 'it trade journal.
comedy is baaed en the
ftslovak satire, "Good Sol-
fchweik" and, according to
art, pokes fun at the Nasi
rs. On its first perform-
lin West Germany, the pro-
B'i met with strenuous ob-
frem Frankfurt real-
who resented "making a
y out of mass slaughter."
ua newspapers, however,
mted that perhaps it was a
Itur.g that "former SS men
tazi party members can
at their own stupidities.
couple of years ago. these
in the audience at 'Diary'
la* they remembered their
patment of the Jews," Vari-
MCd
inn Flinches
ontinued from Peg* 1 A
former Chief of Staff
Oayan had offered that
Bint in a speech in Israel
-m the arms deal.
lie the opposition Social
trats loudly criticized the
[deal and called for a sweep-
probe into the Defense Mm-
uwciwomoe* paaoMcea, both
kiment oifeiaja a4 the L*J*u
Mission hace denied that Is
;,'Para*ion* pay moats had
pledged as security for IV
pvriormaace of the arm* de-
uiatract.
uiuraent spokesmen, too,
'>'* than lukewarm in their
pent* oo Premier David Ben
ii. s blunt statement that the
[l>ad come to normalize diplo
relations between the two
fries. Opinions expressed here
1thai this was no time for such
since i would precipiUle
"li'W of Ihe Bast German
"i by the Arab States. A num-
^ Wast German papers, bow-
Mipported Ben-Gurion's peai-
is under charter to a New York
agency. The Egyptians claim
the Now York outfit is an Israeli
"front."
Meanwhile, a State Department
declaration of policy on the Suez
vided that the shipments were Canal made by the State Depart-
kept secret and sent on inter- ment to a bipartisan group of 25
senators, failed to elicit any enthus-
iasm as a positive factor in the sit-
uation.
The 25. in a telegram to Pres-
ident Eisenhower, had expressed
concern over the Egyptian restric-
tions on the movement of Israeli
cargoes throueh the Suez Canal
and, in connection with discussions
for a loan to the United Arab Re-
public for widening the canal,
stressed the freedom of transit is-
sues.
Assistant Secretary of State Wil-
liam Macomber. who replied to the
senators for the White House, as-
serted that "the United States gov-
ernment's position with respect to
the unrestricted use of the canal
is clear and unequivocal."
"While the efforts at settle-
ment currently being undertaken
by- the-United-actions, support-
ed by the United States and
other powers, would appear for
the present to constitute the most
effective means of seeking a
satisfactory solution, you may be
assured that we will continue to
take every appropriate measure
which may contribute to a res-
olution of this problem," he as-
serted.
Mr. Macomber said the UAR was
"fully conversant with the U.S.
position." He cited the visit of UN
Secretary General Hammarskjold
to Cairo and said: "It is hoped that
the transit problem may be re-
solved between the pa/ties imme-
diately concerned, and we are en-
couraging and supporting the con-
tinuing efforts on the part of Mr.
Hammarksjold."

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work. He dx-d lr, 1S52
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"Light from the Wesf ha$
else been translated in'o He-
brew, and the present English-
language edition is exclusively
available from Philip Feldheim,
Inc, New York C-ty. The late
author's son-in-law and daugh-
ter here refer to his 'Tine liter-
ary style wedded to a keen
sense of history and a true eval-
uation of things that mattered."
One critic said that in "'Light
from the West" all the rare quali-
ties are prominently displayed in
the excellent and colorful English
i ue excellent ana coionui cngu
;REPHUN'S HEBREW; translation of Joseph Leftwich
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The book contains character and
J history studies of the Chassan
* Soitr. Rabbi Nathan Adler. Rabbi
1 Akiba Eger. and Rabbi Pinchas
Hurwitz. among other noted spit-
' ? c.mp'ete Lm. of Met^-ew Suppiie, "ai leaders and scholars
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Of New Branch
Sunda IS a m.
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be for children f memben
.anu-EI who live in that
Samuel Friedland, Temple
president, said Wednesday that
the building will be erected at a
cost of some $300,000, and will
contain nine classrooms, clerical
offices, kitchen, lounge, library,
meeting rooms and assembly
hall.
Jules P Channinc is architect
for the new twosiorv bunding.
i Ciller and Fryd are the construc-
tion firm.
Dedication service will feature
Dr. Irving Lehrman and Cantor
Israel Reich. Co-chairman of the
building committee are Joe Rose
and Max Boderman
Temple Emanu-El president
Friedland said that the religious
school branch should be com-
pleted in time for fall occupancy.
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is forever
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has
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ii- nrverH dint- it l*-ju( ... tod
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HISTOKYJAGEi Rabbi Michael
Meyer Loev Ben jehirl1 MgjJ.
or Malb.m. WU born at Volochuk.
^mS1- as
(rom his .nuials. -nn he wa,,re(er-
nd to by that name, which he
nTs father and stepfather, and du-
Syd unusual '^"lJ h^
"arly childhood rrom 1838; to
1845. be acted as rabbi of *
(hl.n district ol 1'osen and from
lture -enl to Kempn. where he re-
mained until 1860.
In that year, he was called to
become the chief rabbi of Bucha-
rest Rumania. It WM while m
Bucharest that Malbim antagonized
,, many of his members and
, umil his death m 13.9.
,. u aritfa tr.ml.le. that
dim wherever he wenr
H, opponents were inatrumeal-l
. t,,n linst him the author-
,. he was a political criminal and pre.cN
i iiumint
resulted in his imprisonment and only throutf
{, rt of Vontefiore of England was it p
; h.m wherever he wr.-^oi
retain a posi ion as a rabbi for any le-.;-h ot
I, 1879. Malbim was on the way to Kn-mct-
, here, when on Sept. 18 be became all
'
Malbim was the author of a commentary on the S
Anich a commentary on the Pentateuch .the Sifra. as w,
man >n H* Prophets His cs.mmenUnei on^th-
commeiiiaij ..i.....
lay, displaying an extraordinary
scientific approach to Biblical studies
i ha
Bible
ipnon
fiarod by ItabM Mrat
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Youth Will
Conduct Service
| A 13-year-old lad. Bar Mitzvah
las. May 1. wiU conduct the three
hour Sabbath services of ihe
North Shore Jewish Center on
Saturday morning. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz said this week
v .'^'e F,wdmn. who won the
MaUlda Ratner Award for Fx
cellence .n Hebrew Studies" given
annually by the Bureau of JeS
Education, w.ll handle the e ,
serv.ee by himself, including
sermon, cantorial chants and It-
urgical portions.
Dickie, an accomplished musi-
,c.an has ptayed the clarinet ,
!ind for lb' JUnir "* ^"^
Band for the past two years He
also holds down the post of ,
with the football team at North
Shore, .nd earns spending mon"y
by baby sitting 8 ey
AlexCFr^th,,S0n0fMrandMrs.
Alex Fnedman, 7410 Carlyle ave
and ^has a ,6,ear<,ld sister, tt
Boycott Confab,
Rabbis Urged
TEL AVIV Rabbis of Israel, in an open break
with Rabbi Jacob Toledano. the
Minister of Religions, told Israel
Rabbis this week to boycott a-
conference called by Rabbi To-
ledano.
Rabbi Toledano. named Minister
of Relmions over the opposition of
the Chief Rabbinate when UOSM*
Shapiro quit the position m last
>i ..i "Who is ,i jew control
said he had called the convention
here to explain various rulings
; deciakmi pf the Chief

Rabbi Toledano had contended
that the decisions in question
had been adopted without a re-
quired qtorum and were there-
fore invalid.
'
i him bj up
h i he conti nded, were
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with the n -.. nation of
Mr Sha| nd three othei
ligious Pi rtj I ibinel membi
The Chid KaoOinaw i request
rabbinical boycott ol the con-
ventloo nutel that "for more than
I" years nobodj BM dared to con-
vene the rabbis of IsraeJ without
the permission of, or against the
, wil of. the Chief Rabbinate.'
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behind ... h to Ltvt Furererf'i
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Pag* 13-h
TALES Of MORALS
I /st/if and his young ion mere
*|TI( through /orfii irrien the
uhrJ for permitsism to run
and search for kernes. Per
R mud to reply when he heard
ftther call. When the father
,fii f.i that hu son had gone a
odtrahle distance, he tailed out
urn but the boy. busv with hi'
arch, failed to answer. The father
overtook, him and admonished
"If sou do not heed my voice.
mil loie yosir way."
MORAL: The same is true for
i til. If we do not heed the Voice
God. we are apt to get lost in
\, forest of life.

A wealthy man too\ pay on live
per men and advanced them mon-
io enable them to earn a living.
wiser man opened a small store
Ud h\ careful management saved
(ic'iich money to return the loan.
he benefactor was delighted and
de him a gift of the origin*! turn.
he second man was haphazard
thr manner in which he handled
le borrowed money. He indulged
luxuries he could ill-afford. Soon
was in financial strain and could
pi mrrt his obligations. The lend-
uas angered and foreclosed upon
im
MORAL: There is reward to him
ho iites uith wisdom.
v& OL ^Jm OfJHiatni's Religious if<
* IS MM AMD M COOrtKAUOM WnH T*l ttmjtAl 11 AMIS Of 1*1 MM'nWMH lAHHtlCAl MSM.
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rasp pna ^Dxarn -raain
fwno jriii ninn-ne ni
naly *?tf an -asaa1?
T I I
vnzvi TPPtD Tina
/^xn-^naa nan nrixai
.DTfrrnm Dalian
vr i^aa ninn Via i^n
>Vn Dii ,nrian *?$ narp
lVW$ oipa Vaa a*#-Tn
* ANSI AWN -
Citrus Fruit
Thi branch it very important
the economy of Israel. It occu-
>" the first place in the export
H the State. In the past year the
fricome from the aale of citrus fruit
?broad was about $50 million dol-
!"!"- This is in addition, of course.
the fruit told and consumed
"thm the country iUelf.
The citrus branch provides a
ulihood for a large number of
'orkers. During the months of the
harvest 20,000 workers are em-
ployed m the orchards and in
packing the fruit in the large,
[modern packing houses.
The branch has grown conslder-
jably in the yeara of the* existence
N the State, and today, too. new
orchards are, being planted in
I'very place where the soil u suit-
able.
Published by Brif lvrtt Olamit)
Advance Sake of Heaven
By RABBI YAAKOV ROSENBERG
Both David Synagogue
One of the growing problems
confronting American Jewry, gen-
erally, and our own Greater Miami
Jewish community, specifically, is
the over-abundance of organization,
albeit worthwhile organizations.
This fact is responsible for the
hypersensitivity which most people
manifest in the organizational
realm.
The portion of the Torah read
last Sabbath morning in the syna-
gogue contains for us a vital mes-
sage, valid for all of us who arc
members of this organization age.
This Torah reading reviews for
ur-the classic opposition of Ko/ach
and his cohorts against the leader-
ship of Moses and Aaron.
Opposition or difference of opin-
ion is nothing novel within the Jew-
ish community. Four thousand
years of Jewish living and think-
ing are replete with one kind of
"Machioket" or another. Probably the finest example of varying opin-
ions is to be found in the discussions recorded in the Talmud. There
have always been differing schools of interpretationsHillel and Sham
mai. Rav and Schmuel, Abaye and Rovo and yet in the fact of all of
these differences, the collective opinion of the sages of old was "Aylu
Vaylu Divray Elokim Chayim""These and these are the -words of
the living God."
Nonetheless, the sages of old were able to differentiate as to the
kind of difference of opinion one maintained. A "Machioket"a dif-
ference of opinionwas conceived of being either L'shaym Shamayim,
for the sake of Heaven, that is, for the sake of principle, or else it was
regarded only as a matter of personal preference or self-aggrandize-
ment. In the "Ethics of the Fathers," the sages make it quite clear a
difference of opinion for the sake of Heaven is to be regarded as valid
and as such, may endure. If, however, it is a difference based upon
personalities and one's own ego, this is considered invalid and may not
endure. The classical example they give of this latter instance is the
episode reviewed in the Torah portionKorach and his rebellion".
How good it would be if in our congregational affairs, as well as
other communal and organizational realms, we might remember this
rabbinic teaching. Differences of opinion, when expressed sincerely,
when meant constructively, are good and proper and healthy. Only
such differences should command our attention and our keen analysis
and understanding. Let us gear all our actions that our lives, individ-
ually and collectively, congregationally and organizationally, may be
dedicated L'shaym Shamayimfor the sake of Heaven.
KNOW YOUR HERITAGE -
Vocabulary of Jewish Practices
In Traditional Human Kindness
Peaoh Corners of the field.
One way of dispensing charity
as taught in the Torah (Lev. 23:22) |
was to leave a corner of the har-
vest of the field for the poor and
the stranger. In this manner the
needy were not subjected to em-
barrassment.

G'milus Chasfldim Bestowal of
loving kindness.
Loving kindness is an act not
only toward the living but also to-
ward the dead. It is the complete
understanding of human needs and
suffering and expresses the virtue
of "rachmonus." This character-
istic is abova and beyond the usu-
al .meaning of charity.
Talmud Tarah-Stwdy of law.
If one assists others to study the ,
Torah it is considered a "mitz-1
vah" of great stature. The study
of torah is considered the "Etz
Chayim"the tree of life.
CANDLEUGHTtNG TIM
11 Tamuz 6:55 p.m.
*Se rvice* \JIt i 0 W/e ekenJ
ADATH YESHURUN. 17080 Collins
v. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Hereon. Canter Sen Zien Klrschen-
baum.
AOUDATH ISRAEL 7S01 Carlyle in
OilWesluir. RabW Isaac Ever.
PVIday 7 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Orumbler* and F^ult-
! Indent A Chronic I>lseae."
2S38 SW 1Mb ave.
Maxwell Sllberman,
AS* YOUR RABBI
to ft* ham a swest' w
JT~1 -B^tTla-m* ewrta-.
y^r^Vfc./rare The Jswish
ill.it-. he -*' "*** I
; ^.a^ ,-^Hk-Jr, rrik|ta aad t
icirHwel sltari.
Kibud Av Vo-EmHonoring fa-
ther and mother.
Respect 01 parents is a primary
human duty. Its reward is great.
This commandment follows the
Sabbath command because the
Sabbath is the source and the
guarantor of family life.
A e e
Hacr-rtosas Orchim Hospitality to
wayfarers.
The Jewish way of life would
have fallen short of its religious
goal if places of refuge to house
the poor, the stranger and the
wayfarer were overlooked. Jewish
communities the world over even
to this day have organized a
Hachnosas Orchim."
Bikkur Chollm VisrHnf Hie> sick.
Visiting the sick is another no-
ble commandment which our
sages exhorted to the people. This
"mitzvah" is traced ba^k to the
time when the angels called upon
the patriarch Abraham to bless
him when he was ill.
e e e
Hachnosas KaMDowery for the
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative.
president.
BETH DAVID. 24*6 SW 3rd ave. Cam-
aervatlve. Rabbi Vaakov Resenberej
Cantor William W. Lipson.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rebbi Solomon Schrff.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
eon. Cantor Hyman Eeln.
Friday 815 p.m. iSuer-t *iilr1tual lead-
er: Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Sr-rmon:
"Thr Individual and Hlr. Place In Ju-
lalvm." Saturday a.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or.
thodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern.
Canter Maurice Mamchea.
BETH RAPHAEL. IS* NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Aria "Becksr.
BETH TFILAH. SSS Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
P.O. Box 34-5*4. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Saturday 8:45 a.m. at 8*40 SW ISth at.
Sermon: "Inntlcatlon and Insurrec-
tion."
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 181*0 NW
2nd ave. Conaervative. Cantor Eman-
UOl Mandel.
FLAGLER GRANADA. BO NW B1et
pi Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter.
H-lday 8:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Har
Mltavah: Mark S. son of ilr. and Mr*.
I --.hi Wltten.
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. iuV
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Raneon. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.
HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS *th at. Or-
the*on. Rabbi Alexander Grees.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
OREOATION. 1160 W. Stth St., Palm
Springe. Jack Kirachbaum, president.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. JOSO
Polk St. Conaervative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER, ill* SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Saville. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
I*rlday S:4."> p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: Ciiinmenaunite l'unl*hinent."
----*----
MONTICELLO PARK. 184th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Saturday 9 a.m. tiue*t spiritual lead-
or: Rabin Mas Booker. <>r DaJtoa, ;;
Itar MttStrah: Btsrven. mm of Mr. and
iml Mr*. Julian Frank.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13830 W
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica.
Friday 8:IB p.m. Sermon: Jerunali-m
Holy City. Saturday 9 a.m.
----*----
NORTH SHORE CENTER. SCO 78th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
--------
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday *:.10 |. m. Sermon: 'Manner it.
GHAS Of WISDOM
"Woe to him ivhoea nobody
I 'i\e$: but beware of him whom .?
rwrybody Idrei." a. LAZFkOv ,
"Anger leads to cotitembt and to
I tin." BRATZI.Avrn
I "A soft answer turneth away if
wroth." raovERB'-

"// peace, is absent, tverythmj;
;
"Silence is a fence around wts- 4
] dom." 1AVOTH I

"See not evil in another and
yood in thyself, but see good m
i mother and euil in thyielf."
BtRSHIDhS

"Intellect is a man's guard. With- I
>ut it he would be as an infant re
lumng constant care."-KoazTZKR ,|

"Cod's seal is truth. If thou "uf- I
erest a lie. thou are guilty of forg- i
ng His seal." TRisr I
"As one thfn,i of God m his 1
heart, so does Cod think, of him
-----CHASS1DIC LITERATURE 5!
"Wudora is God's garment."
MEZEWTZl

Which Service* Win be Conducted,"
Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5880 N. Kendall
dr., B. Miami. Heierm Naobt Horsert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Frlda> :1.". p.m. Sermon: "Arc W.
Wlsrr Than i'ur Fathers?" Naming'
Sharon, dauchter of Mr. and Mia.
Michael I-eff. futurdny 10 a.m. P..r
Mltsvab: Lawrence Cllckman; HI-. II
Von Zamft.
TEMPLE > BETH EL. 1848 Polk St..
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreibar.
Friday p.m. CJue*t Htx-aker: Ixiul.- A.
Charnow. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat*
tvs. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb
Cantor David Convloor.
I Fridiiv II p.m. ajojvnesMtta by i
Kr..nl*h. Saturday l 1". a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1*801 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Canter Ban Grots-
berg
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irvin*
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th st,
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Borristein.
Fridav B:lf p m. in Jacob H. Kaplxd
I'hapel.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. *n
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuot Oornberg.
Friday 8:1S p.m. Quest speaker: Vm
1'iyer T.iplc: 'I* There God?" Sat-
urday 8:45 a.m.
lish a home is a noble deed which temple sina
has been encouraged throughout
the ages.
EMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210*
NE 15th ave. Reform. Babbi Benn*
M. Wallach. .
Halvoyas Hs-mei Att*ndin t*
To help a needy bride to estab-
To attend to the dead is an act
which shows respect to man, the
image of God. The "Chevra Ka-
disha" sacred brotherhood ex-
ists in many Jewish communities
to attend to the last rites accord-
ing to the customs of Israel.

Bein Adorn L'chavoriroBetween
man and man.
To bring peace between man
and man is a meritorious act.
Aaron the High Priest was an
i"Ohev Sholwm." a lover of peace,
land a "Rodeph Sholom," a pur-
suer of peace. Peace-making was
and is a sacred duty developing
upon every good Jew.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95t
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Lao Hum.
rilday HI", p m. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 6720 SW 17th t*_
Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred Waa-
man.
Friday 30 p.m. Saturday 9. a.m. Jun-
ior service* follow.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8*00 N. Miami
ave. Conaervative.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Hermsui W. Kut>:n,
conrrera tlon prealdent, to officiate.
j Saturday 8 a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West av*.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caatet.
Services Friday evening and Satur-
day morning;. Dally prayer and nu.il-
lation.
YOUNO ISRAEL. t7M NC 10th avo.
Orthodox.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
more ave. Conaervative. Rabbi B-
Leon Hurvaita.
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' j;
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Great
Leaders Show Ideas To Be Mightier Than The Swod
f w w sv* w ..!> ii.iu Hn vml pxnUin MawM* Tki.,1. _
-" !_ 1 MASSING THE OTHER WaiMngtOII
^j^Sl Square in Creenwich \ ill I"'' I """' '
, Uv nIiiIik- "I Carilmldi. tin- Italian III"'''
itoi standing with outstretched iword
toflr iiiii-'ii. >"'>' |,;|> ""'"'"'" '"'
i .,i.iiii. i>i i hriiilor llord here, I'i'i be
fgi ^^ aoul "Vfl I i tit I mil .i svxor.l M.H'MM l.nwi-lllhill i"
HIBUil ;ll,
rtoi .'i Hani, wrott thai Herd affected Um couth of
modern Uitor) more than any other Individual
Ami mi did i" wall) offer anything nan Chriatlan
novelist, George Billot, la "Daniel Deronda." deaarvoa

priority ai f;" '"
appear*
Jewish
Dm conception of a restored
,,(.rm.,i And he put imagination Into It. M
BM, STSn Herd. L.....^",^2
\io Emancipation." in many way* a bet.-. < rk MM
Herd's "-Dm juder. atari Yet Herd made Iba Jfn-
State, not George BUM or Plnaker
Whal wai Hard*! ineret?
Whal wai Waahiiigloa'i
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN

Exodus' Jews Not Like Miami Beach Crowd'
w nshington
t*fHAT is the explanation ol the
maai appeal ol "Rxodus" among
iiu' non-Jews i>i official Washington;
iii.- ,uiuni popularity of Ihe booh
.iiiuMn; non-Jewish i S officlali -11111
government personnel on the na
lional capital icons la phenomenal
ii goes beyond Ihe surface attractioa
ol iho idesltaed account ol Israd's rebirth bj aorellst
1 too Uris
State Department offtetala, White House sides,
reaanwn and their secretariea have kept Bran
i.uu' 1 reordering Ihii booh sm.iii.-i booksellers here
notes] a simitar deaaand
\\> ustdarataBd tin- reasons tor th neaon,
youi correspondent dtadoaad aelthM his religious nor
proraoaional affiliation when interviewing "Exodus"
rnMBNi
rhe findings indicated that Exodus .t> saaMthaasj
more than hist another loos] novel i,- the nonJew
Soaaohon the sweeping portrayal >>t Israel > bjben
ttruggie in Palestine evoked vicarious thrill it
also helped aaaaa Gentiles to rationalin autk
leaning* .aNowtAg them to issuagi
dislihaag wn\entunal" Jews
\ State Department affictnl pi am] Ba
ashtt revealed what 1 had tuspsclid the State of
1- .1 remarkable revivs
I'ho have gotten ares then Je -
ae a aen aeepto, a reincarnation of ike oM lie-
brews 1 have irnohs lake A
IbsQ J".
-
v batch crowd rbe I .
1
- cnt v<
month visited Israol as a member of .111 observation
group He purchased Exodns an hiv return, ttating
kl) th.it it ami UM tirst natal ho bought in many
ream
He characterised hi* visH to Israel as "altogether
too brief It vat tho "high point" of his foreign tour
He landed Israeli hospitality and deseribed how pretty
girls served eoM drinks to his group at Lydda Air
port llo tound tho Israeli girls "so blonde ami pretty
. Natural ami normal feat like our American sirls.
not a bit Jewish or \ulgar"
a Oongitastond leeretarj explained that aba
tound horsoit toeing th.- laraaan she identified with
the American heroine of Exodus. Kitty Fremont
While she was "a liberal" who thinks Jews are
bnghi and thanking." th.- I and secretary
had found her Jewish dates typically opportur -
in their racial relations with a non-Jew. But the Is-
- soaaaed entirely dOferenl
Indeed, she would like to meet a guy like An
Canaan" He was the strong, silent type, the
real American of the Wo-: | hke the softies and
phonies around no
lather interviews were sufficiently similar, adtt
exceptions, to justify general!.-..- Appar
- Bf kinship am- atton comes to
can non-Jews with their first imp^irtant contact
.-an
exhihrating enanarieaate 1* provides them with proof
that they are unbiased
- Kxochae are such won-
I tvvH'ie ( ualike ;.Ko typacnl
...
c>0* ho are a
"^ *IVUP *' tost the old stereotvpe re-
"S .j a
-
from Holhwooi:
H!RBRT G. LUR
From a Brooklyn Dahlia Patch, Righteous Anger
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S*WUUt
?ecret? H'w 'I" >'" oxplain Moees? Think of,
itn.iut a sword, constrains Pharaoh to fro,. hiigS
lot them go forth Into freedom. How AmericjT
have welcomed such a man fn 1881.
There was some great quality about liPrij -
est wo can come to identifying it-i* to say that he
plct.lv obsessed with the idea and being J0
obsessed others. We see this obsession in
Nothing about the futu"re of this Jewish State u
He has no country and not the promise of one
already concerned with the design of the flag wfe!k
have seven stripes for seven hours work-day whiel
i- to father as Israel of old pioneered in the t[njj
of rrsi In another place in his diary, he talk* a?
ting the Henry George ideas about land taxation
feet And he is going to improve on Moset
exodus. Moses forgot to take the flesh pots aioti
Promised Land." We will not forget them he tra-
il, rri was a dreamer!
But the dream is that portion of the sleep ia,
there is some mental activity. We must conclude
!l. r/1 was a dreamer many of those who riiticizeii
were entirely asleep, in the light of the event! that
occurred. Monarchs and Prime Ministers listened
man who had no sword, no land, no treasury and tot
mon Jews flocked to him and made him into a
his own short life. "The Jewish State is a world
he wrote in his diary. "They will pray for me in 1
gogues but also in the churches." How could a mat
thought like that fail?
afl
Overseas Newsletter:
By EUAHU
Through Gulf of Aqaba|
Aboard the MY Emma I
In the Red Set,
CAILINC ABROAD FROM the
** Elath. one cannot but rem*
town only ten years ago. when
Army units first reached the short)
Gulf of Aqaba. The Whole -tows"
sisted to two mod end atone
two-room police station and a
hut which served as the living quaiteis of the few 1
tunate policemen, during the British mandate.
Today Elath has thousands of inhabitants Pra
all houses are air-coaditioned, it has two very good I
a cinema-cum-civic center, a hospital, a modern
shopenng center, several cafes, an airport and a
which is handling a growing share of Israels Far Eat]
East African trade.
There is also a small bwt steady passenger
through the port of Elath. mainly to and from East 1
Smce Israel planes cannot fly overand much leal
inArab countries, nor can other planes serving |
flying from Lydda to East Africa is a rather romp
business One has to fly to Athene and there to
one of the few weekly flights that go straight to AduJ
-lopia or to Djibouti in French Somahland.
landing m Egypt as most planes do. From Adis AS
-j- to take yet another plane to onei
destination.
Tssu it is not only much cheaper but actually qu
it Each of the sis: or seven cargo shipsl
ft/uUriy between Elath and East African ports]
ree passenger cabins. The spick a: d spas.
teionesj Dutch vessel, the MV Emma Poahl
e. has one two-bed passenger cabin and raa ol
1 into a twobed cabm: a fifth gOsseeogi r ci: I
white hiwpital cabin
^>ere a no cinema, no bar and no swimming pas]
*hter Passengers eat nt the officers'
: ng the not too fancy hot very tasty and 1
od prepared to satisfy the hasfe appetites of snt
* One does not have to dress for dinner, bat]
--- i.. ii} m awts and a sports shut. For n
vation. the iaaoranaJity of such a 1
a cargo stop is oaaatched by asry hnrory liner
^ e nrge on the MV Emma Polder is, to a !ir*t|
<** Then there are a toed of flattened ci
"H of cases of fruit josces. most of it Dl
Market

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Statistical Analysis of Jewish Population Changes
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T^Sdlaig, n,ic ^ aaam/7^1J!l0,lur-or-
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rSa!i~ a^L^S--
tea years ago there wee* osklr a few ksb
sectioa, ftltk f Dotrei-.'s 3.000 J
there bow The ssrosB*aphac extent all
is near anneh larger thaa >l **'
-has creates sawMadto) far Jewish
""^nsarty tor the locadoa of thehr buJdinfs
naantrL^^*1?* *na*tr geograpaie]
"J* < *e lewmh peayolatsoa to aataetpated
^_h*., 7*32SZ ***r
Jews hi Detroit are leu
.-: to fstoeoot are between
" 1 af re .fauna* tab*e* harij
the tost l yoora, whale the


L July 17. 1959
Pag* 15-A
BY HINWY liONAKO
Ira
aa^>R^
AN5HF
SrUNFF
*
L.OAL NOTIC.
LEGAL NOTICS
i ,/
V
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS N*ME LAW
N'TKK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
I' -ikii. .1. Iring to fh|M in
business under the fi
PAKTs srppLIERs oK MIAMI at
Miami. Flo..
Intend to register raid name wuh the
< lerk of the circuit Cowl .f I mil*
Mat) Florida
DWAYNK V COX
Lccia i: cox
T ia-17-24-11

"fabbt, down hoah w don't ntfnd you proottiin'
ogaintt social injustice ... at long as you all
don't aot too spodfk."
** Safe*** aaaal------------ -
LEGAL NOTICC
LtGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UFTDmR
FICTITIOUS N*MI LAW
- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i desiring to rniur In
L r|i-r Hi* fl. tltlou* namr of
f, iHX AlE AITK at 106*
i.-. Miami Heath. Fla.. In-
ji --clster aald name with the
of 'he circuit '*; f 1 ?..!.
. K and OLUA KAHN'
I ih St Miami Beach M .
; iT-.*l. i l
NOTICE UNOER
nCTlTIOUS NAME LAW
r is HEREBY GIVEN tlut
lesll ng |o -lit:.me in
d.i i fi. lllloua nan
I.S- v| !-> ; CO al 105 East'41 at
. ,li I- la Intend to r--
..in- with the Clark of the
rt o( I side County. Florida
H'GIT l> i-ooVKR /
!VI!TI.K <> Cool'I'M
I! WKI.IN I>. OOI>BN
' WITH A oGl'liN
W.VIN I (Xll'CN
IKK
Midi, ant*
7 17-24-11. 1 7
l0T.CE BY PUBLICATION
.E -iRCUIT COURTOR TH
|esth jooicial circuit or
-.' :>* IN AND FWI tK
3LNTY. rN CHANBBWY.
No. StCI
MBA*.
|K .\IIIAK.
. nl
. IT FOR DIVORCE
-x gomp.as-
'.ningvtone Avrnut
aTlCk, New Jer*ey
\NK GOMRAS are hereby
I'.II! of Complaint for
been filed again*!
i.-.|iii'rd to nerve a
%nawei or Pleading lo Ine
i plaint on the plaintiff*
.....,HMAS cold
West Flagl. M
I file the orlKiaMtl An-
ol nw in th* off'n-e of the
I'lrruii Court on
dat of July. !.. if you
) idgiin til l> ilefaul'
for the relief
:n the lllll ol 'omul
'. be published
I hr* week*
-M I'l.olllDIAN
.Fil)KHRI> at Miami.
.:ti.I day "I June. A D
LRATrTBRMAM*. Clerk.
m. I>ade Countv. Florida
B> K M. LYMAN.
I'-puiy Cl.ik.
MIAN col.DSTEIN
Halntlff
Hauler Street
Florida,
S/S4. 7/1-10-IT
10TICE BY PUBLICATION
[HE CIRCUIT COOrTT OR THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OR
LOB IDA |N asm B-QN OADE
tOcNTY. IN CMAjctERY.
No. S9CSHS
,' *-'N SORRK.Vrl.No.
.
h 'P.RENTINo. a/h/a
Km ToitRi
Hi.- .1
S^IT FOR CMVOoVCE
" ''N T SOIIUKXTI
JOHNNY WttHfcM
; hereby notified that a Hill
?"i .mi for nivorre hM'kten flle.l
"I. and you fro rrq'uirad to
i>y nf your AriMre*a# MM-
f.f.Jh* ,:i11 "f t'omplalnt on the
I'l'f- Aitornev Kol^-rt A I'eter-
I I:.:> h Firat Nnjonal Bank
f" : aSv ihuac
if the Clerk of the Ctr-
l' -n or before tho th <1:>
I '- If von JaB to
hy dafault will be taken
lor the reltet .lemaaded la
" ahall be p-ihllaked one*
i for four hi,.
Cj'- n wiRii KixiiiniAN
ihla Zih day of Jun.
I I-KATHKHMAN. .Merk.
Ufa K r*r
l> 1*1 National Bank Bl.ls
'?y (or Plaintiff
T/l-lt-1
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAKlE LAW
VOTICK IS HKRPI'.V iilV*KN that
the under*if,ne<1. deelrinK to mgagr In
l>uatnM tinder the firtltlnul name of
fill: BWATK IH>NVAI.ESCKXT
i l:sl\<; itlusil-KNi-i: al S'W
soth Slr.-el. S.mth Ml .ml I
lendx to r.Ki-t.i f u.l name lth the
Clerk >( the llreilft CSrurt of M
Count). Fii
ItoBKKT M SYKK iwiier
<;o|.I.MAN A i;i'I.IWKI\
Attorney ( lt.-n -trant
ZW W Unaler St reel
KlorUn
7 17-Jt-Jl. I 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. MCUU
In He
Al-'ITIOX of MINOR CHIU>RKN.
MX HA KrSTHKIt si-HAI-IKO and
RARKN KITH S. HAI'IKo
l:> : MATTMBW M TiVOKFmMAN.
j..ln..| by SARA Zl'CKERMAX.
hla ulfe
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
To WALTER M SCHAPmu
'ahriiu Boulevard
New York. \ V
Yol ARH HEREBY NOTIHB1) that
Petition has been filed In the abova-
t.vled Court by MATTH^V M
/.I < KKftalAN, joined by SARA
ZI'KKRMAV, his wile, for the
adoption of IJNltA KRTHKR WHA-
rtRO and KAREN RVTH SH'HAPIRd.
minors, by the fvtitioner. MATTHKW
M XHCKflrtBIAN. and you'are r-
guireil to ocrve a cody ut your Aoawer
or obje. tkina ty allow cnime wliy Mill
PettHon should not be trraaied on the
Attnrneye (or Petitioner. Tnllanotf *
W.ilier. of <;! Unroln Road. >0ami
Bearn. Elorlrla. and fe the orlrlnal In
the office of the Clortt of the C.livuit
r\xft on or bajore Auiuat 10. i*'-V
IfEltEIN FAIT. XOT. or a Were*
Pro I'onfeaao will be entered acalnat
you.
WITNKSS my hand and Ihe aeal of
saWI Court In Miami. Da-le County.
Hornl... this th day of July. 1*:,*.
E. I! I.KVTHEKMAX
clerk of aald Court
Oeputv Clerk
7/10-17-14-31
IN TH| CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CANCERY.
No. BCSMt
KI.IEZKK ROffKXBKKi;
Plaintiff,
vs.
RIIEA ROSENBERG, -
DofrDHtant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: ItHEA R11.SENRKR1;
UK I'hureh Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
rOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Compkiltit for Divorce ha* I
been filed aajalnat you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer lo the aald Complaint on the
Ptalntifr-K attorney. LEONARD H.
Rl'BIN. 1S12 Metropolitan Bank
Hulldlnc. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer lo the office of tht
CTerli of the CtmrH Court of th*
Eleventh Judicial Circuit. Iiade Coun-
ty, FWinda on or before the 22nd day
of July 1:,S, olherwlae the alloca-
tlona of aald complaint will be taker,
aa confessed by- you.
Dated, at Miami. Hade County.
Florida this 17th day of June, 1S5.
E. B LKATHEK.MA.N. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(e*H By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clark
'l-2E 7/I-IU
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
boUcMb font togal stodooB.
W approclat* your
pakroooxj* and
accuratB bbttIcb art
NOTICB UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 1$ HEREUY GIVEN that
tho-uneVortdle.!. deaYrldc trt eftcaae In
P'llaBoaa under tAe fictitious name ol
INTERTOBS Pl.ru at 12n Ntjthtln-
a Drive, Mlahii SprThns. Dade
.County. F*ori/U Intend* to regletei
aaia name with th* Clerk of the Cfr-
cuH Court of Dade Couatv. Ktorida
CANiJANCK HARTMAN
Shle Owner
SNYHER A TOVNti
Attorneys Tor Applicant
i-2. 7/j-m
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICI: IS IIKRKKV OIYRN that
the underviKiieil. deslnns to enisle in
business un.u-r the fictitious nitine CHAl'NCRY STONE HKE.-S al 2"."."
N W Mh Are Miami. Ft In-
rcclslee, aald num.- with the Clerk ul
the circuit Court of Dad* I
FV.rld*
JOSKI'll CASXELLI,
CMAI'NCEV 8TO.NK and
HKLKN si'oXK
THEODORR R XEI.soN
Attomev for Applicants
4*7 Lincoln Rcuul
I1-17-2I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS ifEREItY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrinic to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
ItEI.Hilol S FRoPCiTS al ZS01 BIs-
n to- Blvd., Miami Intend to realsier
said name with the Clerk of th. Clr-
. hi Court ol Dado County. K'.otida.
ENID I. NOVAK
MARVIN NoVAK 2'.".
I'oRoTIIY I.oMm.N
LARRY LONBh >N 8S
7/3-10-17-21
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY "JtVEX that
the undersigned, iteslrinc to engage In
bufrlnors under ih. fictitious; name t
WliTrrT*ALI MINIM El'BNITlltK
COlfPANY. NOT INC at l|77 N\E-
Sth ArHH. North Miami. Florida In-
tern! to register said name Ortth the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Da*o
County. Florida.
LCIS A. ALCALDE
JOSEPH VERRIER
S VINCENT PAUL, JR.
Attorne> f..r Both
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslilne to engage in
business under '
P. HOTEL at 37."
Ocean Drlv< Mian Ik ich Intend to
rerhiter aald name *lth the cierk of
it of Dad. County,
Plot kht
ORORUE HI.I'M and
Ol III.I'M. hl> if'
kl'ssl.n: HAR.1 ROTH
All.mi. is I \ ; inu
U Ifl Sfeet .,.,.,-.
wwi'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 9C SEW
PETITION OF JASE.1 CHARLES
SI-W"TOR. Joined b> El'NICE
a!blNR SPECTOR hi,[ wlfr.
for Ihe adoption of MR HALL A.
DELMAN. !1 mlnpr, _....
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OF
PETITION FOB ADOPTION
TO: RONALD I.oVlS DtTlMAS
21-23 7th Street
Jittiii^&Vvr^ ih..
iiStf^lM" bTJA^'-CrlARi^
ATSKk RPBWyjf. his wife for the
A.Mpfion of MfCfrAEl. A DE\J<\S
a minor, by the Petitioner. JAMW
CHAKtJu-S sJECTOH, and you are
-uired to serve a cow of your An-
rer or ?thtertmtss to ahow iF 1*>
said I'elltion should not be sTrantan
o the Attorn-v for I'elJtlpner
GRORIIR J TAUANt.rT !*J ol
42 l.hi.oln Rood. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida And file the original In tho office
of the Cl^h of th. Circuit Court on
im- before Aurust I. IW. r^sra*
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Deere*
Pro .-oafesao will tK- rTtlerod again*
"wiTNHRB my hand and the aoal of
-..VTourTm Miami. Ijsrte .
r-lorida. W .- -"fV.^,^,
*Crk of said court
looall By: R- R"'K iR-t
'***" |rmiO Clork
NOTICE UNOf>
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE in HERF.BY GIVEN thai
the uraSerahjnVl. a>Mrhg lo .ngOATO h.
AMERICAN CREDIT ;.t raalB
BT Mliml Intend, lo register aald
Zm. wlih the Clerk of the <*lrcuIt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. SacSBSO
i:l'IIARD L. BENEDICT.
Plaintiff,
CARMEN BENEDKT,
not'ice BY publication
SUIT FOROIVORCE
TO: CARMEN HENEDICT
41".2 South liiphan Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
YOI- ARE HERElfT NOTIFIED
that a Complaint lor Divorce haa been
filed against you. agd you are re-
nun, d to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint.
on the plaintiff, attorney. EDWIN
MARGER. 76J Arthur Godfrey Road.
MUmi Beach 40. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
flco of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
on or beforo the 2th day of July. 1>3.
If vou fall to do so, Judgment by da>
fault mill be taken against you for the
relief demanded In tho Hill of Com-
plaint
This notice ahall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeko
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
1 thin Ith day of June. A.D
IMS
E It LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
lit Court. Dade County, Florid*
(a,a.l, B) I. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
EDWIN MARGER
763 Atthur Oodfr*; Road ,
Miami Beach 4". Flo.: l.t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANS FOR DADS COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4S277-A
In RE: Estate of
MARTHA FRIEDMAN
___
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claim* or Demands Against Said
' You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have Rll'.'J, i
estate ol MARTHA FRIEDMAN de-
ceased late of Dfc.de County. Florida.
10 the County Judge, of Dade county.
*.d file tho aame In their office* In
the Count* Courthouse In Dado Coun-
ty Florida, within eight calendar
month* from tho date of the firat
luMtratlon horeof. or tho aamo will be
mllillc.t
barred
JESSIE LIGHT. Executrix
DANIEL NERL HHMJIR. Attorney
IS Arnsley BnHdmg
" "*H-ta S/tS. 7/S-IO-U
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
'N IN AND FOR OAM COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. aBBMT
* IRWfcaTA TOWO
"^OtTcE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All foraon* Hav-
Ipfi claim* or lasmanda Against Ham
Yo'u'are hereby r.'iGTiSl^a^lfiwilad.
to present any claim. daniand.
which you may have ajjainat Ihe
"staV of IDA ALBERT A TOI'NO do-
ceaaod laie t^^bo County Judga* of Dade Cminiv
and nie th' -riT In their offl
Th, County Courthou. In Dade Coun-
|y Florida, wRhln eight <'Jndr
m.'.nih. from th. date of *--*
llcatlon here..f. or th. aamo will bo
******* james v. room
lil-X EJWEN. Att.'i
in4 Seybold Building
Miami. Hortd. ,,. 7/S-10-H
' NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the aaslersignc'r, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
CLAIRE APARTMENTS at 13'.A Eu-
clid Avenue. Miami Beach intends to
register said name with the Cleik of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
CLAIRE coRp, a Fla. Corp.
Pi I..-! KrleUit. Proa.
"-17-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi.-otlr-ta r'""* "'
ABUT MOVING A STORAGE CO.
atilOO N W 21st Terraco. MMlU In-
rnds to register said name *it)i tM
,'lerk of the Circuit Court Of Dado
County, Florida. _
MBTHER BEJTOJN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 46427 B
IN RE E-late of
.- vMI'EL POLLACK.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditor, and All Per., .11, Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again
Estate:
You are hereby notified and -
ed to present any claims and demands
which you aiay luivo against the
estate of SAMUEL POLLACK de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida, to
the Count. Judgea of Da file tho same In their office* in Hie
County Courthouse In I>ade County.
Florida, within eight lalendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the aame will be barred.
ADELINE POLI.ACK. Executrix
of the Lant Will and Testament ol
Samuel Pollack, deceaaed.
MAX" R SILVER. Attorney
SM Bc-ybold Buildlng
Mllinl 32, Fk.rul.i
i'2*. 7'3-ln-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. OSBBSA
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM YOCSC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraon* Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate
Tod are hereby notified and required
to present any claim* and demand*
which you may have against tho
estate of ABRAHAM YOCNG de-
ceaaed k to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in their offices in
tog Copm a I>add Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lli-atlon hereof, or thf same will bo
Iwrrcd
BETTY F TOl'Nf!, Administratrix
ALFRED KRE15LER. Attorney
.on Ainsley Luiidliig
S'26. 7'3-in-n
IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No MtsH-C
hrRbert'e. BCHER
Decoaood.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All !' RMBg Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Agalqat Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pre.,, nt any claims and de-
mands which you may ha> against
the .stale of HERBERT L
deceased late of Dad.- Coui
to the County Judges of l>ade coun-
ty, and file the same in thoil offices in
Coun-
ty. Florida, within eirht calendar
month, from the date of n
UcAtlon loi"f. or the same will be
I..111. .1
FREDERICK" R BCHER
STANLEY BCHER
CO-ADMINISTRATORS c T A
>-l 7-2'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No 5C E1SS
KENNETH VERNON BolUN
pLiinllff.
BETTY IK>R1S BORINii.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BETTY DORIS BORING
Route No. 7
Marvvllle, Tenneaaee
Yol ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against vou, and you arc hovoby re-
quired to aerve a copy ol your anawer
On the Plaintiff's attorney. ANOET*">
A. ALL IISS Alnaley Building. Miami
S2. Florida.\ and file the original
answer in the office of the Clerg of
{he Circuit Court on or before the th
Say of August. li. or the allegations
Wife bo taaorn qagdhaaod againat >''
DATED at Miami. Dgde County.
Fterldu. this Mth day of June. :>.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(aeal)
Clork of the Circuit Court
By: K. M LTMAN.
Dowuty Cktik.
7.3-IH-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4CS04
In RE: Estate of
LI 11 E. ELLIOTT
1 .eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person, Hav.
ln Claims or Demands Against Said
KM a
You are hereby notified and require*!
lo present ant 1 laioi, and demand*
which vou may have against th*
state of I.EO E ELLIOTT doceaaod:
late of Ihde County. Florida, t. Ih
Countv Judge, ot l>a,de County and
fl|r 1 in tHefr offices in the
County Courthou*. In Dado County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the firat publication
hereof, or the same will b* barred.
Wl claims or demands ohajl be .:\
llug and contain the place of r.-,'-
dnnre and (K.st offhe' addrae of th.
claimant antl shall be .worn to by ine
claimant, his attorn.y or axetit
CECELIA Et.I^TT
JEROME C <|l Mtorney
21! Security Trut Building
Miami. Florid. .^ ,.,.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADS COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
' No 4S756-A
In RE: Estate of
jos'EPM goLDFARB. aka
J GOLDFARB. aka
JOE OOLDFAlli:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr< All Persons Hav-
ing Claims 01 Demands Aga.
Eatnto:
S 1 are hereby notified and re-
I to present sin claims ant
.1* which you may hate against
the estate of JOSEPH ooi.DFARB,
aka J OOLDFARB, aka JtE Gt>Ll>-
FARI I late of 1 ritt.
Florida, to the County Judges of I>ade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dado County. Florida, within eight
..! ndar months from the date of the
that publication hereof, or the aamo
ti ill In- lm- 1
TIEMMEI CoLDFARB. FJtecutrlX
aka TtMMIE GOLDFARB
1.NC.LANDBR A TENDRICH
Attorney*
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
T'J-IS-17-24
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|h. undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualaoaa under the fictitious nr. of
STAHL'S MEATS and PROVISIONS
f tSSS S.W. th Street. Mian* InoV-
Id* intends to l*Bttt aal.l name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DSdo
Cttuntv, Florida.
I, A B. MEAT CORP.. a
JUrida corporation, sole owner
DANIEL ICfcAL RrRIJ^sCR
Attorney for AupUcant
Ul.n}^!ryJlaii,n"
Mranil #3, r WfniB.
:h. 7/S-IS-1T
ATTBKTrOM ATTWMWYS!
CORPORATION OWJTFiTS
Lo woo! PricoB Quick**. Dolirory
In South Florida
CaO tho JEWISH FXORIDIAN at
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Frida
Pago 16-A
Dr. Salk Gets
Honors Degree
From Hebrew U.
Tm Softs Gtt Otgrnj
David L. Zockerbraun ass
and lire. B. ZockiThrauTafJ
side, has Just received h*
dc-uree from New York H
,Fi;rSAI.KM Dr Jonas Salk. rental Colkfe. Another i-
rl(.,naior of Iho Salk ant -polio lhrw, h hwn ^^fjf
vaccine, received the highest hon- p|itan R*,rch KeHoJlA
nr that Israels Hebrew I niversil> foiumbia University, wherTT.!
, bestow dunnR hi* recent visit udyUlg for ^ ,,hD ^*M
when Dr. Benjamin Maiar, Mienee.
of the university. con-
Honorary Doctorate of
can
bore
proaidoBl
ferred an
Philosophl upon him.
The ceremony, watched by an
overflow audience in the Univer- pnMnt ^^ ^^ -
s,tv-. (Jeow and Florence Wbo, dtnce Stti)dly evening 1
auditorium, was attended by Pre-
Dr, Jonas E. Salk, originator of the Salk anti-
polio vaccine, shown at the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem where he received an Honor-
aiy Doctor of Philosophy degree. At left. Dr.
Benjamin Maxar. Hebrew University pres-
ident, presents Dr. Salk with the atation. At
right, he receives congratulations horn Pre-
mier David Ben-Gunon._____________
nuer
David
Falling Stone Symbolizes Polish Jewry gj
By
DAVID MILLER
JTA
\\ arsaw
A. youns Polish Jew pointed to
II i monument marking the site Of
Uh> i.imod Ghetto uprising at
Borld War II Hb face was blank
\pivsvionless.
I'lie monument, covered with
:: k icaffolds, roaonthkd a mrw
Mahonad by rain
'The but Ol the tahM is bod."
Ii ..ud. "tad the stone is BOO il
II No om baa dona anything
' weeks Tins i> the WtJ it is
here for all ol us"
in- hVfoot high, dark |Taj
i monnaaeni almost hidden in
Rof oi ne apartment bouses
,> v tribute to the Wanna Jet -
> revolted deaporatelj In Lpi
nd oa the admiration ol
if arorML
id public criticism of the Jews.
A m 0I| Polish non Communists
ami those who deny interest in
politic*, the Jews are universally
classed as Communists and receiv-
ers of government favors
Cab drivers will tell you that
Hitler did one ooed rhino but
didn't 90 far enouoh. Students
will tell you that Jews stick to-
gether and work only for them-
selves.
The stone originally destined
as a tribute to Hitler was do-
nates) by the Swedish Govern-
ment after the war. It faces the
now demolished brick edminis-
tu'ion confer from which the
J.>sh populace was ruled due-
i the Nan occupation.
Una awth aba ;". Worm :.via>
id *> loots! Bocora
s n Po-
1 I before taw
1 were Irillad
1 ::. W,-: :-., -
V an. (Ml .* :\4aavd
late :s har,1. A- -. .
I'. taw :> far iaaiajal
1 .. an Sar.^ ta $e: Kc
I is a: ar. a'.'. tiaM
"V cod. dutllusKtned and bitter.
v : oaiy to h>e out their hve*
hatever they have '.eft.
TV roust and at&ile-aaW ttea
^ duTwvift pnAieas. If they
i Jewvsa>AMSBMtisv( nan**, they
a. :: is almost laapossibie fee
* lo iNvtap* positions of re-
- biatj aasi utUMrUooe.
v< a resaut. svvaee ae*s !vav*
ced thetr tuaaes at aaJsarvoM
^.oe Aer aaeacrty.
** >> try W
For the Krtt Uloe
a-ith a popolatw ol B,
QOo.000, is aearij IM peretal Ro
Cathohc The p Kprea-
... ) that
"at last. Poland has no lavish
problem "
The 0 n 1 j Yi
':' ItSS
[PeoB shed bj tha
- Coaa-
num;>: Pi
I", ther
..... par*
.

Theater in Warsaw and other cul-
ta but not the
iota :.
The total money allotted i< at-
- 1 raoslah
oToaaon btnts Ihe ol
-
(oar to -vie dollar. Tour- -
war three I kt*t -4 *od the black rr.arket .
Halt a
few clinsins to the hope of immi
gration to Israel
In the yard outside the syna
fOfoe, two men spend ttraq
roridni daj preMrioi hafi wood-
en shippins crat<
Their work i> aoriottt and pain-
ratty -
The eratei the- will tell wn,
are for tha day when those h>
have received their passpoitl and
linal approval-and are still
can leave Poland for another

Ben -Gurion, other
utanes of the country, and dta-
nnaushed vi,.tors from abroad.
Prof. Mo tha Raerwnila-arHi.
dean or the Mobeew University
medical laewtty, read the cita-
tion laudint Dr. Salk. which do-
bed the American physician
chemist whose ehansive
rchos in virwleey wl*eso
hievements In this sphere have
him international renown.
The Salk vaccine i an achieve-
ment of the highest importance
in the battle against a disease
which today ce^stitotes a ma|or
threat to humanity."
"Dr. Salk'* discovery." the ciU-
lioa continued, "has been instru-
mental in savin? thousands of hu-
man beings from >uffenng and
death and has earned him the
graUtoda of mankind as a whole."
Premier Ben^unon character-
Swim Donee Sunday be
Miami Beach Jaycee-ettV
Crown hotel.
ned Dr. Salk as one of the
est scientists in the world aafj
oa a great humanist the
leader said that Salk was 1:
sentativo of the powerful, 1
forces that existed m
States Jewry and symboliied]
spiritual partnership betwaj
constructive pioneers of Israeli
the leading intellectual elea
in the United States.
As ho rose to give bis
address on "Han in Evo
Dr. Salk received a tumutuooii
tion. saying that "This hu
a much more moving ei
than I had anticipated."
At the Hebrew University^
h medical school, he lectareij
"Theoretical and Practical'
erations in Inactivatlon of
by Chemical


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THRIFT IS ALWAYS
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in taws SonoKbaoc toMao* d
bo fo4w actre* rwke m to*
faaish Ciem.at Part,.
Thoaw who h ahwost aaaawut>
ferfaat the* ctaaai as Jews.
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oman s
"World
Mrs. Donald (Esther) Rubin shopping along
Lincoln Td. Asked what she got, Esther re-
plied: "Tired!" Mrs. Saul Pohn. mad as a
hatter, because she had to leave a bridge game
to pick up a package before the store closed .
Mrs. Michael Mersel looking longingly at a pink
plumed pen for her desk and controlling the yen
nowmg full well Mike would object, since It's his desk, too ... The
lorman Tatari returning to the Tower Isle in Jamaica for the
nptemth time on their annual holiday, where they rest up enough
. last them a full year ... Dr. Samuel Gertman. wife Jessie.
jughter. Susy, and sons. Richard and Paul, off to Berkley. Calif.,
here hell attend a seminar in social gerontology at the University
California ... On their return. Dr. Sam will resume his duties
director of the department of gerontology at the University of
lianii. where he's an associate prof of medicine Jessie now
oping they'll have more normal home lifedinner on time and
night calls.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Shapiro back from a three-month tour of
krael and Europe to learn that their daughter. Mrs. Paul Faske.
Las injured during the recent tornado which heavily damaged her
ley stone Point home Incidentally, when the storm hit, the
faskes were entertaining Mrs. Ben Shapiro, daughter-in-law of the
fhillip Shapiros, Mrs. Murray Wintheim. her mother, and Miss
larilyn Weston, daughter Ronnie's friend ... All were cut and
kruised The Faske home is now being refinished, while the
imily lives in a Miami Beach hotel Mrs. Ben Shapiro Is Dade
fceights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood president.
Seen at Embers restaurant: Sharing "separate tables" were
lr. and Mrs. Lee Rattier. Dr. Leonard Kupper, and Mr. and Mrs.
|am lx>gun and sen, Norman, who was presented with a traditional
[parkier cake in honor Of his 17th birthday Mrs. Yetta Chernin
rill be hostess at her home Wednesday to members of Beth' Emeth
Sisterhood ...
Mr and Mrs. William Friedman back in their Coral Gables
lom< after two weeks vacation in Washington, where they at-
ended the B'nai B'rith District 5 convention, and visiting with fam-
lv and friends in Gotham Town Good to see Mrs. Carrie Zinner
kill-- to play cards again after an operation on her eyes She
ras playing canasta with Mrs. Ted (Ruth) Pritikin, Mrs. Donald
|Esther) Rubin, and Mrs. Julius (Dorothy) Breitler .
Hyland Ryfashe's the Miami Title and Abstract execand
rife. Annette, off for a two-month tour of Europe Itinerary in-
cludes Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Switzerland,
Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Island of Majorca, France and Eng-
md.
Mrs. Max Lebowitz. of 680 SE 1st St., Hialeah. back from a six-
keeks vacation visiting her family in New England and New York
On her return trip, she was Joined by her son and family, Mr.
knd Mrs. Gerald Lebowitz. and children, Renee Ellen and Arthur
fjv of Doreneeter, Mass, .
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Brown will be celebrating their 16th
ledding anniversary Saturday ... He is a past president of the
ilonticello Park Congregation and is presently on the board of
rustees there, as well as historian for JWV Abe Horowitz Post
. Harold, wife Sylvia, and children Leslie and Ronnie, live
m NE 171st st.
c c c > >
A pink parasol topped a huge pile of gaylywrapped gifts at the
kitchen shower given for Miss Esther Firestone, wholl be married
lu Martin Brown July 26 Judy Brown, pretty daughter of the
fiostess, Mrs. Marvin Brown (no relation to the bridegroom-to-be)
greeted guests at the door Her mother, Mrs. Julie Feldstein,
^siting here from New York, said hello to old friends while pre-
siding at the tea table Martin's aunts. Miss Edith Miller and
drs. Ethel Margolin, and the brdie-eleet's mother and maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Gtusie Danxiger, delighted in Esther's enthu-
siasm as she read the recipes and showed the unusual presents .
Miss Ellen Meyer, a friend from-the University of Florida, made a
huge bouquet of-ribbon bows as the gifts were unwrapped to the
ound of "oohh's" nod "shhh's."

A rare, if not unique, young lady is 13-year-old Penny Bruns.
daughter of Art Bruns ef Miami Springs Villas Owner of a
pnv ate checking accftunt. which her Dad opened for her at Curtiss
National Bank when she w*s 11. Penny has just returned from a
rip. all alone, to Ohio, where she visited her grandparents .
* nny also owns an automobile, a half-scale Model-T Ford Of
iirse, she can't drive it on the streets, so she contents herself with
npy rides through the roughs of a golf course adjoining her home
i Coral Gables ... _, .
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saul back from a tour of Philadelphia. Wash.
ngton, D.C., Blue Ridge and Smokey mountains, Atlanta, and the
Cherokee Indian Reservation ... He is Dade Heights Jewish Con-
Igregation vice president in charge of membership She is cor-
responding secretary '. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Muchnick back
Ifrom a weekend at the Hotel Nacionale in Havana .He is the
Itreasurer of the congregation ... Mrs. M. serves as prtP" ot
[the Dade Heights Sunday school and a member of the board.
i Saturday night card'f ames at the Eden Rocr-wfuss, no bother
ho dirty ash trays or dishes to wash up: Fred Jonas in a quite gay
sport jacket ... Mm. Maury Shein and her Saturday canasta ses-
sion, including her sister from Columbus. O. Mrs. Morris Aipen
back from a "Ladiea* Vacation"two weeks at a Milk Farm ...
Mrs Melvin Goldstrom. Mrs. Ted Firestone. Mrs. Herbert Abrams
Mrs. J. B. Margolis and Mrs. Harold "Butts" Cohen within waving
distance of their husbands From across Biscayne Bay in Miami
eame Mrs. F. B. Breslauer ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hankoff hurrying
"i to fill their table ... ,h.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katims, of Miami, are "*,comin* *hne
return of their son. Dr. Robert Katims. and his family, wife Artyn
and children Lee. Neil and David ... For the P"* three years, wey
have been living in Baltimore, where he was with John Hopmns
Hospital ... _
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Haiel) Dallett on their way Irom Los
I Angeles to San Francisco in a grand tour of the West coast.
On the Birth Front: A first-born son. Abraham Jack, to Mr.
nd Mrs. Jack Haber June 27 at Hollywood Memorial Hospital ...
Bri. was held at their home. 16975 NE 22nd aye.. Julyi.with
Rabbi Isaac Lerer and Rev. Abraham Seif officiating Maternal
Continued en Page 5-B
'Jewish Floridliaiti
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 17, 1959
Section B
Seated (left to right) are Mesdames M. Mus- Ponve, Tes Palmer, Murray Grossman, Joe-
low, Sam A. Levenson. Louis Glasser, Morris eph Ketzky, Henry Kaufman, Alex A. Manson,
Golden. Philip Lefkowitz, A. Herbert Mathes. E. E. Bloom, Maurice Zimmerman and Meyer
A. J. Molasky. Standing (left to right) are Mee- Eggnatz. ,
dames Julian Weinkle, Larry Singer, David
$1500 Pledge Kicks OH Women's 'Blessed Event'
A pledge of $2,500 by Mrs. Alex
Manson, donating the information
desk of the Maternity Wing of the
new Mt. Sinai Hospital, marked
the kick-off coffee by the organ-
izing committee of the "Blessed
Event" to be held Oct. 30 at the
Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes is lun-
cheon chairman of the elegant af-
fair being held for its second con-
secutive year under the auspices
of the Women's Division of Mt.
Sinai Hospital development fund.
Mrs. Leonard A. Wein is chair-
man.
A group of 18 women attended
the first meeting at the Fontaine-
Hayseed Frolic' Slated Saturday
Women's Auxiliary. Greater Mi-
ami Lodge 176. Knights of Pbyth-
ias will hold its "Havseed Frolic"
Saturday at the Coral Gables
Youth Center, 400 Anastasia ave.
Under the direction of a profes-
sional caller, there will be square-
Brandeis Hadassah Party
Louis D. Brandeis group of Ha-
dassah will hold a social evening
and card party Wednesday eve-
ning, July 29, at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Sydney Ginsberg is chair-
man.
dancing, social dancing, and
games.
Proceeds from the 8 p.m. affair
will be used to further the auxil-
iary's charitable projects, such as
contributions to the Activities of
Daily Living Room at the Rehabili-
tation Center for Crippled Chil-
dren and Adults.
Mrs. Mervyn Adirim, first vice
president, is chairman. Committee
includes Mesdames Gerald Stein,
Edward Bramson, Reuben Serkin,
Jerome Ochrach, Richard Hecker,
Sidney Edelman and Mel Pollak,
president.
bleau hotel to discuss plans and
program, which will include an
exclusive fashion show and star
entertainment.
Main purpose is to raise the
funds pledged by the Women's Di-
vision to furnish and equip the
Maternity Wing of the new Mt.
Sinai Hospital slated to open be-
fore the end of this year.
Dr. David A. Nathan, director of
the Department of Internal Medi-
cine at Mt Sinai, addressed the
gathering.
Those present include Mesdames
Philip Lefkowitz, president of the
Women's Auxiliary, A. Herbert
Mathes, luncheon chairman, Louis
Glasser, E E. Bloom, Meyer Egg-
natz, Morris Golden, Joseph Ket-
zky, Sam A. Levenson, Alex A.
Manson, David Nathan, David
Ponve, Larry' Singer, Julian Wein-
kle, Maurice Zimmerman, M. Mus-
low, A. J. Molasky, Henry Kauf-
man and Murry Grossman, direc-
tor of the Women's Division of the
development fund.
Women's Group
Plans Programs
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center Women's Group
will have a swim dessert at the
home of Mrs. Erwin Marshall, 151
SW 5Srd ct., Wednesday noon. Pro-
ceeds go to the Center building
fund. Mrs. Aaron Shapiro is in
charge of (he afternoon's func-
tion.
On Saturday, July 25, st 9 p.m.,
Flagler Granada will have a the-
ater party at the Center, 50 NW
51st pi. A technicolor movie, star-
ring Tony Curtis, and an Israeli
travelogue will be shown. Proceeds
go to the Center's building fund.
Mrs. Irving Wexler is in charge
ef the evening.
Mrs. Barney Landers, chairman
of Flagler-Granada Jewish Corn-
was to hold a meeting of her group
the the Center Thursday. Francois
and Miss Marsha were to be guests
for the evening to discuss hair
problems, styles and points on
good grooming. Mrs. Sam Kowal-
sky was to be program chairman.
Sharon Safran (left), of Deiioit. Mich., strikes up a conversation
with I ana HyVen and Baibara Davis, both from Los Angeles,
who are Israel hound fellow passengers aboard the Zim Lines
SS Israel. The airln, all college students, were among the 81
memb': of the Israel Summer Institute who sailed for Haifa
June 25 aboard the Israel.
Special Orientation Meeting
A special orientation meeting of
the Jewish War Veterans. Depart-
ent.of Florida Ladies' Auxiliary,
well be held Sunday. 11 a.m., at
1 ickled Herring Charlies, E. 8th
and 62nd St., Hialeah. Orien-
on will be given by Mrs. Rose
"orn, with all department officers,
i men and auxiliary presidents
tending. Mrs. Billie Kern will
-s the group.


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rJmirtnuiJtor
Friday. July 17
Philanthropist
In University Gift
" rnarleT ttarcowsky,' ot* 525 W
28th St., Miami Beach, who recent
ly ddnaled S200.0OO to the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, Wednes-
day announced a new gift of $100
000 for the purpose of establishing
a Chair in Poultry Science and
\nimal Hygiene at the Jerusalem
school. The new post will be held
by Dr. Melech I'erek, of the uni-
versity's school of agriculture.
Charcowsky arrived in the L'ni
ted States in 1904 as an immigrant
house painter and paper hanger,
and rose to be an important figure
in the wholesale and retail paint
industry. He made the allocation
through the Charcowsky Fotirida;
tion, which he recently formed wilK.
funds in excess of S600.000 ear-'
marled for charitable purpose- ,
Charcowsky. who. recently, ob-
served his 75th birthday, is keenly .
interested in the education of,
young people. Both he and his
wife, Vk)la. are active in the lead- (
ership of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University. They re-
cently adopted an Israeli family
whom they met during a visit to'
the Holy Land, and have brought
one of its members to the United'
States for her university training,
which she will pursue at the Uni-
versity ot Miami.
He is active in the United Jewish
Appeal and Boys Town of Jerusa-
lem. Charcowsky recently donated
S10.000 to the Hebrew Academy of
Miami Beach and a similar amount
to Columbia Presbyterian Medical
Director is TY Hostess
Ruth Foreman, director of the
Dramatic Acadom> and Studio M
Playhouse, was to hostess Be A*
vised" Thursda> over ch 10 at
ID IS a in A *# 8uot' .*!
Bromben '- theater mean- to her
Center in honor of Dr. A-hm L.
Barach. professor of clinical med-
icine ai the universit)
Mrs. Soltz Will
Bo Honored
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. newly-
elected president of B'nai B'riih
Women District No. 5, will be hon-
ored at a reception at the Deau
viHe hotel Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m.
The reception will be given by the
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai Brith Women, of which
Charles Charcowsky at ceremonies recently" held on the cam-
pus of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem marking the
naming 01 "Charles Charcowsky Square," in recognition of his
munificence and4 deep interest in the Hebrew University."
From left to right are Mrs. Esther Coliert, Miami; Mr. and Mrs.
Charcowsky; Mrs. Order Rubin, immediate pctsf president,
Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity; and Dr. Benjamin Mazdr, university president.
'Refugee' Not Applied
To Jews, ORT Declares
GENEVA(JTA)The term "refugee" 1- rarely applied to J
refugees at international meetings In Geneva and elsewhere, thus
creating 1 false impression of the Jewish refugee pi Max A
Braude, director general of the World OHT Union. CO
an address to the 27-nation executive committee o( his
During World Refugee Year ------------------------
each group of citizen- 1- expected .. .,. ,h ,.
to increase its aid to the refugees It ,,LT "5
chooses to help on either SSSi S>"JS2 "'''T' u "" W "
afonal or national lines. But to S aSSK > T
meeting after meeting in Geneva Sr^But 1h! SSLlT^
and.elsewhere we hear about even rl"" ,'h "
'tis presumed to he a 'Zionist who
Children's Health
Aided by Asthma
Chapters* Work
Seven children from Greater
Miami will breathe normally again
because the $21,000 raised this
year by the 600 local volunteer
members of the Jewish National
Home for Asthmatic Children wiU
|>e presented at the 52nd annual
convenuou in Denver..Highlight of
the convention will be the dedica-
tion of the Children's Asthmatic
Research Institute and Hospital.
With the addition o( two newly-
organiied chapters, delegates rep-
resenting the six local chapterset
the July 18 through 2J. convention
are Mesdajr.es Sam KraUsh. presi
dent of the new Breath of Life
chapter; Joseph Nurenberg. presi-
dent of Greater Miami chapter;
Leslie Rome, president of Lorber
chapter, which is sending ao un-
precedented $10,500 purse; George
Rabin, president of North Dade
chapter; Sam Kinkel. president of
I'eshkin chapter; Marvin Mon-
dres, president of the new South
Broward chapter
Uso Ittendtol are Mrs Irving
Miller, presldenl ot the Miami
Council of Presidents, and Mrs.
David Silver of PeshkUi chapter.
The Jewish National Home |0f
Asthmatic Children is dedicated
t 1 the Iree C4N and treatment of
tn suffering from chronic
intractable asthma The Home is
non-sectarian and 1- supported by
volunteer- Those wishing to vol-
unteer to help a child to health
m.i\ contact Mr- Irving Miller.
SID SW 22nd rd, Miami
kind of refugee and very little, if
anything indeed about Jewish refu-
gees." Braude said. "For the Jew-
ish refugeeby governmental defi-
nitions and eligibility standards of
tu.e cm., i, .u 1 j.......; """ ami eiigiDiuiy standards o
Mrs. Soltz is the founder presi-, the United Nations and ihfetrgDv-
. |ernmental agencies-is very rare,
pistrict No. 5 comprises Mary- There are few under anyone's man
land, Virginia. South Carolina. dat*'- for our most pressing Jewish
North Carolina, Georgia. Florida 1 Problems do not meet the legal re-
am! the District of Columbia, with Quirements."
some 10,000 women members.
In charge of arrangements for
the reception are Mrs. Chester
Bromley, president of the chap-
ter, Mrs. Jerome Robinson. Mrs.
Norman Reinhard. Mrs. Irving
Riemer, Mrs Norman Sand, and
Mrs. Irwin Marshall.
Satjdrjne
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"A Polish Jewish repatriate is
not a refugee legally; he has r.
turned to his homo in Poland,
yof ho still needs Help," Braude
xplained. "A great many of
the Jewish expellees from Egypt
are not refugees by legal defini-
tion as many of them have pass-
ports. They are English, French
or Italian though in many cases
neither their fathers nor their
grandfathers ever lived in the
country of citizenship. In most
cases they have neither family
nor friends nor do they speak the
ln9Mge of the country to which
rney return as citizen or subject.
left his country of origin not be
cause he felt things were bad there
but because he had strong political
feelings." the ORT leader stressed.
"OR.T has leen serving Jewish
refugees throughout the 81) years
of its existence. By. the most
exclusive definition that a Jew
can give to the term Jewish ref-
"gets,' if one excludes the re/-
ogees' children, if one excludes
the new immigrants to Israel, it
still remains a fact that from last
June to this June over 10.000 of
our trainees were refugees." he
reported, adding that "ORT is
the solution to the most difficult
problem of the refugee in his
country of first asylum; his ,nte-
gration in his new home by
either preparing him and giving
h.m a trade certific.te-his pass-
2? ,0Jr,*dom '"d dignify and
sel suff.cency. or training him
n the country which i his final
nomt.
Card Party Wednesday
A card party sponsored by th-
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent
Home will be held at the National,
hotel Wednesday noon. Hostesses
are Mrs. Victoria Roe. Mrs Jos- i
eph Kostrm, Mrs. Paulpne Belan-
off and Mrs. Gussie Rosenthal.
h2he ,refugee"s Pro>>lem has no-
t. a plane, a train, with
'More than 15.000 Jews in Ru
mama who gave up their citizen- :~n, hIJ """" a tram, with a
ship and jobs to apply for visas to T.Z Ib essln- Braude said. He
f!grate '.?. fewl. many to join < ,aufh t0 rk and to -up
their hmd.es from whom they ^7,^mself 0RT must gird
have been separated for man J 2"/? "ven efforts in Ihi,
years now that emigration has .^ Re,ugee Ye" and secure
(been stopped are stateless, in mos t ""'?* to make this possS
cases homeless and jobless and de concl"ded. ,Dle'
pendent in a great measure upon
chanty, but by definition, since
30 Yean Ago this Week
Vienna: New \iolertce broke oul
thil we*k at the I'nfversity of Vien-
na because of provocations of Jew-'
i~h students by members of the
Hakenkreuzlei organisation. The
anti-Semitic stu ,it,.,i M.N
j ral Jewish students and then re
fused a Jewish challenge on
grounds thai Jewish studenta were
unworth) i [igw The
Jewish student- the:, aiUcced and
ral not ensued
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Friday.
17, 1958
sA.1 '' *<
Concrete' Solution Offered to Refugee Problem
gee
N*^/^ 7^Jf^ the International
Committee for the World Refugee
Year. They suggested:
1. To accept as "practical" and
"hopeful" the offer which Israel
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recommendations for the settle- the United Nations General As-
njent of the Arab r^"
were advanced here
connection with the World Refu
Year, which goes into effect
ment of ti Arab refugee jjroblem I s e m b 1 y The recommendations
n were outlined in a report present
ed at a press conference by Elfsn
Rees, chairman of the executive! made in the United Nations last
year to compensate the Arab refu-
gees under certain conditions.
2. As part el the overall set*
tUmont of the rsfweas proWom
in the Middle last, account most
be taken of property abandoned
in Arab lands by *,* Jews
who "have been, farced to leeve
their homes in Iran, Yemen and
Fotja-3-B
North Africa" for settlement m
Israel.
3. To consider the repatriation
of the Arab refugees to Israel as
"physically and politically impos-
sible, and culturally undesirable.''
4. Israel should admit some Arab
refugees, "under intern a t i o n a I
control, on a quota basis, over a
period of years."
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Jewish HoridB* Bsaaae
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OUR MARRIAGE COUNSELOR
. /y Samuel Cj- UVU*$
Mfolfj Nationally FAMOUS MfilMMI Authority, LeCTUMM MIO A
No man. said George Bernard Shaw, dares write
Jjthe truth about marriage while his wife lives. Nor.
She might have added, after she is dead.
To write the truth about any subject is difficult.
TTo write the truth about love and marriage is vir
luallv impossible.
Actually, we do not want the truth, especially
'when it tramples on long-established and cherished
'beliefs. We much prefer harmless pleasantries and
linnocuous fictions that do not disturb anyone's emo-
tions. We prefer sweetness and light, pap and be
-Suiting nonsense, to anything that might make us
'think and take stock of ourselves.
For every man who has read Freud or Adler or
Jung, there are a thousand who read nothing but
trash.
For every woman who has read Bahac or Ana-
tole France, there are ten thousand who obtain their
'inspiration" from the Confession and Screen mag-
azines, and their understanding of psychology from
1 perusal of the lovelorn columns.
This is one reason, perhaps, why I believe Ea
-opean culture is vastly superior to ours, and why-
he average Englishman and Frenchman is more
jrbane and civilized.
Men Not Excluded
For the typical European is not only a more
ivid reader of newspapers; he is a much more vora-
cious reader of books. Indeed, education for him is
nore than a stepping stone up the dubious ladder t
naterial success, or a means of winning so-called
riends and influencing people.
For the civilized European, knowledge has a
/alue of its own. and he is often absorbed in Ks
luest. Art and music are part of his life. Thriving
n ideas, he reads books to acquire and discuss them,
snowing full well that the unexplored life is only
lalf a life, hardly worth the effort of living.
All this is by way of preface to last week's col-
imn which seems to have created something of a
uror. In that column, I pointed out a type of preda-
ory female that seems to infest the hotels of Miami
ieach, just as they infest the hotels in most resort
owns. But if anyone thinks that what I said applies
xclusively to women, he is badly mistaken.
Certainly one of the most unpleasant and un-
, avory types that seem to be attracted to Miami
leach is the predatory male on the prowl for a
ich woman to wed
This parasitic creature la, typically, a widower
in his fifties or early sixi.es: IMI frequently he is
divorced. In either case he has accumulated a few
thousand dollars as a result of some jetty business,
but has succeeded in accumulating liltle else.
He has little interest in art and less in music: his
interest in books is largely restricted to the hank
book variety: and he is as devoid of ideas as a tele
vision script writer.
What makes him oven more obnoxious is that
he is likely to be noisy and aggressive.
His Irresistible Charm
Now the pathetic part about this deluded male
is that while he has absolutely nothing to offer an I
intelligent woman, he insists that his virtues are such
that they would only be appreciated by a wealthy-
widow or divorcee, and they are the only kind of;
women he is interested in; in fact they are the only-
kind he pursues.
Actually, this type of parasitic male has a
specious charm that some women find irresistible.
He knows how to make small talk, to be gallant when
it suits bis purpose, and to give a woman the im-
pression he is genuinely interested in her when
actually he is interested only in her bank account.
Such a man sometimes succeeds in getting some
wealthy widow or desperate divorcee to succumb to
his blandishments, and when he- doesnine times ost
of tenthe unlucky woman is likely to rue the da\ I
she ever met him.
For no man worth his salt likes the idea of being
supported by a woman, no Matter how be may ra-
tionalize or justify his behavior.
Miami Beach, as everyone knows, attracts a
strange assortment of dubious characters. Many-
come to escape impossible situations at home, either
financially or emotronaHy: some to live down their1
shoddy past. All too often their backgrounds are
cheap and sordid, and it is relatively easy for such
scoundrels to invent all sorts of fictitious back-
grounds with which to entice unsuspecting women.
The only advice I have to- offer suck women is to'
investigate carefully before accepting a marriage'
proposal from a comparative stranger If they do.
they may spare themselves a great deal of grief f
later on.
Mr. Clint is evallaklt far private mrrmgt CMaitiiaf
mt tkt NaaflaetM Medical kW,., ,'. Mi..,' ^

Because 80 countries around the world follow a program to
encourage hiring the handicapped, which originated in Miami
under the guidance of Burdine's vice president B. Hiram
Blakey (left) a citation was recently presented to Burdine's
president Alfred H. Daniels (center) by Leo Axlrod. of Miami
secretary of the world committee on employment of the handi-
capped. When Blakey was president af the Miami-Dade
Chamber of Commerce in 1950. his committee organized pro-
cedures now followed around the world, and Burdine's itself
hires personnel for intrinsic ability, with many so-called
"handicapped" employees in positions that require meeting
the puMfc. The citation, first recommended locally, gained
support ham Go*. LeRoy Collins, and finally won signature
approval from Gen. Melvin J. Maes, chairman af President
Eisenhower's committee on employment of the handicapped.
B*nai B'rith has adopted this program nationally, and it has
been accepted by the organization's triennial international
conference fust -concluded in Israel.
Soviet Newsmen Hit Arms Deal
LONBON-UTAu-Soviet newspapers and radio broadcasts Sunday
denounced* Israel and West Germany in connection with the emu deal
between these two" countries and caHed the deal "a despotabte sect be-
tween the Israeli men on the toe and the West German revenge
seekers."
taby Formula Service Assures Top
A laboratory dispensing prescrip-
.ion-filled baby formulas for home
elivery is now servicing parents
f new babies in the Greater Miami
rea.
Known as Baby's Formula Serv-
x. Inc.. the company operates
rom a brand new $200.00* labora-
ary complete with the most mod
rn equipment available at 2120
W 10th ave.
The laboratory will handle any
>rmula prescribed by a physician,
lakes hospital deliveries daily and
ome deliveries every other day
he lab will also make emergency
?liveries at any home.
A Baby's Formula Service Gift
Certificate is now available to
persons wishing to mark the ar-
rival of a newborn of a friend or
relative by the presentation of a
choice gift. There an four gift
programs available in Dade
county as described in the firm's
announcement is this week's is-
ue of The Jewish Floridian.
"Formulas are prepared by reg-
tered nurses from doctor's pre-
options and under the most
sterile conditions possible to
achieve," according to Aran M.
Baskin, executive administrator of
Baby's Formula Service. Baskin
lives at 2230 SW 83rd ave,, Miami.
"With this service, parents are
rehwved of the time-consuming job
of sterilizing kottles, mixing and
sterilizing formulas in their kitch-
ens, and then fussing with nipples
that clog up because of milk scum,"
Baskin explained.
Baby's Formula Service lick*
the milk scum problem by flash
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after formula sterilization. Bot-
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with nipples in an upright posi-
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removal of the cap.
Each rack of bottles is then seal-
ed with transparent plastic material
and placed in a scientifically con
trolled refrigerator to await deliv-
ery by refrigerator truck.
Baskin got the idea for the form-
ula service while sterilizing bot-
tles and mixing formulas for a
baby of his own several years ago
Since then, he has visited formula
"service plants in San Francisco.
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SrandpKenWTe Mr. a#d,Mrs. A. H. Soowal. of Hwlryw*od ..
Paternal grandparents a/e.Mr and Mrs A J. Habcr, No. Miami
Beach Guests included, Ihp Bobo family, of Tampa, and Dr.
and Mrs. Evan Katz. of Miami
AJso: Mr. and Mrs Aivw I. Friedman, J0975 SW 53rd dr.,
increased Ibeir family to five May 21 ... The new additions are
Clark Erin and Craig JEven First bom m the family is two-
Mar-old Scott Floyd Double Bris was July 5. with Rev
Abraham Seif officiating Maternal grandparents are the late
Mi and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of Atlanta .Great grandmothers
are Mrs. Rachel Scjiechtcr and Mrs. Rebecca Nonkin, Albany. N.Y.
Mrs. Ethel Shochet postcard ing it from Vtnezia Lido in Italy
in publisher son Fred K. Shochet that she would be off July 5 for
\ Lima Then a card from Vienna informing friends next stop
was Zurich Sh' doing the continent with Mrs. Sally Gardner.
whose children are Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner, of Washington.
DC Mrs. Albert Bachcr was hostess last week to members
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood workshop in honor'of her birthday-
Mrs. Reba Weiss, head of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rho Pi
Phi, international pharmacy fraternity, is stopping at the Deau-
ville Staying at the Seville is former supreme councillor of
the fraternity. Max Satloff
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn. Henderson ville. N.C.. are
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bregmari, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Axler. Mrs. K. White, Mrs 1. Berman.Mrs. S. Richer.
Mrs B. Rudnik. Mr. and Mrs. S. Keith,.Mr. ajjd.Mrs. N. J..David-
son, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Tessler. Mr. and Mrs. William Chuzmir. Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dutch. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
, Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Postal. .Mr. and .Mrs. Irving Bias-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Per win
c a > >
Flo and Jack Apte and Bella and Henry Jacobson write from
Gothenburg. Sweden, that they've already been to London, Am-
sterdam and Oslo Coming itinerary: Copenhagen, where they
intend staying put for a while, then on to Berlin, Munich and
Vienna .
Mrs. Harry (Jennie) Gordon was guest of honor at a party
last woe* in the Dupont Plaza honoring her on the occasion of her
birthday Friends presented her with a white orchid Her
mother. Mrs. J.L. Hartz, was given a purple orchid Friends
present included Mrs. Newt (Faye) Levenson. Mrs. Irving (Pete)
Hirsh, Mrs. Leonard (Natalie) Egert. Mrs. John (Bess) Feller,
Mrs. George (Sara) Feller, Mrs. Meyer (Sophie) Schwartz, Mrs.
Ben (Fanya) Green, Mrs. Helen Cole. Mrs. Paul (Lift Sobel. Mrs.
Max (Edith) Blicber, Mrs. Sam (Eleanor) Friedman. Mrs. Milton
(Reba) Rothman. Mr*. Harold (Veeda) Cromer and Mrs. Milton
(Ethel) Adler .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Elaine) Lyons' older son was recently
elected to membership in Phi Kappa Phi, national honor society,
and appointed assistant professor of European history at Stale
Teachers College in Minot. N.D. ... His younger sister and bro-
ther are now in the competition Elaine's daughter, Evelyn,
who lives in San Diego, Calif., and has two children, was recently
c bosen pee Of a number of applicants as French translator for a
special UaJted Nations committee now. in session in California .
Not to he outdone, youngest son. Jose M. We.dl. career man in
the Air Force, passed his Lit exams in live Cfijtfses and came up
with five A's ..He's attending special classes at the University
of Maryland Jose, who saw service in Europe. Japan. Korea,
and recently returned from a hitch in Alaska, is married and
has a yearpjd soo.
... U'tWHMIMe
Gershwin Concert Sunday at Pops;
D'Artega Back for Second Engagement
D'Artega, renowned composer-' "Wintergreen for President" and*
conductor arranger, returns Sun- ] "Of Thee I Sing," and "An Amer-
ican m Baris."
Jtltft*! Mumia
day, evening in "An Evening of
Music by George Gershwin at the
University of Miami Summer
Symphony's seventh pop concert
in the air-conditioned Miami
Beach Auditorium.
D'Artega's second pops appear-
ance this summer follows his rec-
ord breaking sellout prformance
at Ihe series' opening concert early
last month.
Featured soloist for the pro-
gram it Robert Mueller, interna-
tionally-known American pianist,
who will perform Gershwin's
popular "Rhapsody in Blue" and
me third movement from tha
"Concerto in P."
V
In addition, two young local art-
ists, soprano Veronica McCormick
and her brother, baritone James Carnegie Hall debut won wide
McCormick, will sing selections critical acclaim for his keyboani
D'Artega, widely known for
originating the Now York Phil
harmonic's series of spring pop
concerts, has directed orches-
tras for network radio, televi-
sion, recording* arid the can-
cert stage. In'motion pictures ho
portrayed the "role of Tchaikov-
sky in rhe United Artists produc-
tion "Carnegie Hall," as well as
conducting the music for the
film. Hit sertg, "In the Blue of
Evening," hat become a stand-
ard in the popular and semi-
classical repertoires.
Mueller, born in Decatur, stud-
ied piano under Harold Logan in
San Francisco. Mueller's 'Town
Hall debut in 1952 and his later
Druzes Cheer
^ McCormick, will sing selections critical acclaim lor nis xeyooarn
ILyFA(JTA>The Druze popu from "Porgy and Bess," the re-! artistry. He has appeared as'nu
lation of 18 villages throughout Is vived musical soon to be seen rnerous recitals throughout th<
rael converged on a Druze village across the country as a lavish mo- j United States and Europe.
a. H!Arl*ita l'lilnA n uinlnnmi. >!.._ _Ia.._. *v>*n A* nl nn T%tr\ Glim. Xfjmnninn n n A IniVlAl sVI t>( *1 W III U' L
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in Western" Galilee to welcome a0n picture production. The Sum- Veronica and James McCormick
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion mer Symphony will also be heard both born and raised in Miarn;
on his visit to the community .in a symphpnic synthesis from recently won a world-wide trir/fol
The Premier arrived by beli-' "Porgjr as recorded by D'Artega lowing a singing contest sponsored
copter and landed to the cheers of m bjs latest record album, "The by radio station WGBS.
bearded sheiks, soldiers, border Gershwin Story." .------------------
Other program highlights in in,Ymars Aao This Wk
elude D'Artega's arrangements of **"'
"Gershwin on Broadway/' with
"Suwanee." "Embracea>le You"
and "Strike Up the Band" in fea 272 Jews, trying to enter Pelesbn
lured segments, the overture to against Mandatory reguletions.
policemen, disabled veterans, farm-
' ers, teachers and young people.
; Wonien and girls of the community,
wearing traditional costumes, pro-
''vMetf a colorful background for
< the reception.
On a specially constructed dais,
the Prime. Minister received greet -
, ings of the Druze spiritual leader,
i Sheik amin Tarif. Druze Knesset
I members and other elders. In
j flowery speeches they praised the
efforts of the government of Is-
rael for the Druie community. The
Prime Minister shook hands with
parents who had lost sons in the
Israel War of Liberation.
Jerusalem: British authority
this week captured a ship1 bean n
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Kloiarof 5711 MichgJan- chief of two major accounting and
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He also taught for 16 years in
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! of both Wotjd Wars, Klein in
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office.
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director. Klein will retain fiMfUy
status and will continue to teach
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accounting. ____
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In announcing the appointment,
UM president Jay P. W. Pearson
said that "appointment of a budget
diseeter, Which has been approved
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Friday,-July 17
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3n tL VeJm of Society
[MOT KLEIMAN
Double Ring Rites
For Wollinses
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony Saturday night, July 4.
at the DeauviUe hotel. Miss Joyce
. Diane Bernstein, daughter of Mrs.
| Lillian Bernstein. 2543 Pine Tree
' dr., Miami Beach, and the late
. Karl Bernstein, became the bride
! of Charles WoUins. son of Mr. and
i Mrs. Louis Wollins. Forrest Hills. ,
i N Y. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of j
' Temple Judea, Coral Gables, offi- (
ciated.
Al Schwartz acted as best man.
Mrs. Lawrence Cohen, of Greens- ,
boro N. C. sister of the bride, was ,
her matron of honor. Reception
and formal seated dinner followed ^
at the Deauville.
The bride selected a traditional
ballerina-length wedding gown of
peau de soie. featuring a scooped
neckline, cap sleeve, fitted bodice
of imported alencon lace, and
bouffant skirt. Her four-tiered
French illusion veil fell from a
tiara of matching lace petals and
seed pearls.
The bride is a graduate of
Whitefield Private School on Mi-
ami Beach. Mr. Wollins was grad-
uated from the Agricultural School
in Doyleston. Pa.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Jamaica, and upon
their return will make their home
I in Miami Beach.
Kleimcins Will Live in Camden
Judith Susan Solloway became
Mrs. Elliot Bruce Kleiman in 10:30
a.m. rites Friday. July 3. at the
study of Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Solloway, 152 S.
Shore dr. The groom is the son of
Mrs. Milton Kleiman. 60 S. Shore
dr.. and the late Mr. Kleiman.
Maid of honor was Miss Lynn
Moonlight Cruise Scheduled
Southwest Jewish Center and
Sisterhood will co-sponsor a moon-
light cruise aboard the Dreamboat
Aug. l. Proceeds are for the Cen-
ter's building fund. In charge of
reservations and information is
Mrs. Alan Bornstein.
Swim Party Sunday he
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a swim party Sunday
evening at the Bel Aire hotel.
Schwartz and Kenneth Kupper
served as best man.
The bride chose a white peau
de soie street-length skirt with re-
embroidered alencon lace bodice.
She is a graduate of Miami Beach
High School, and attended Con-
necticut College for Women and
the University of Miami, where she
was treasurer of Alpha Epsilon
Phi social sorority.
Mr. Kleiman also attended Mi-
ami Beach High. He graduated
from the University of Florida,
and is working toward a Master's
degree at the University of Penn-
sylvania. He belongs to Phi Eta
Sigma. Sigma Tau. and Iota Pi
Sigma honoraries. His social fra-
ternity is Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Reception followed Sunday eve-
ning, July 5, at the home of the
parents of the bride. After a Nas-
sau honeymoon, the couple will be
at home at B 2914 Line st., Cam-
den. N. J.. where the groom is an
electronics engineer with R.C.A.
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Elizabeth Elaine Halpern and
Herbert M Rosenberg exchanged
adding vows Sunday. June at
KKwrnvl SvnaeoRue in Haritoro*.
Conn Rabbi Morris Silvcrman of-
ficiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony
The bride is the daughter of .Mr.
and Mrs Herman Halpern. of Mi-
ami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosen-
berg, Tanffville. Conn., are the
groom's parents.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in an im-
ported English handmade lace
gown, featuring a scalloped neck-
line. V-front. and back with pull
bow that graduated into a train.
The skirt of half inch ruffles alter-
nated with lace and nylon. A scal-
loped crown of sequins and cul-
tured pearls was topped by a fin-
gertip circular veil of Italian lace.
She carried a cascade of whit*
orchids and stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Rowenta Jac-
iqueline Halpern. Bridesmaids in-
eluded Miss Ronnie Sturm. Miami
' Beach, and Barbara Wurtielman,
Monica Wengroff, Lcnore Bard,
Barbara Rosenberg, and Illen
Kraft. Lorraine Faith Halpern and
1 Gail Rosenberg were flower girls.
Robert Lipshitz was best man.
i Ushers included Howard I. Hal-
pern, of Miami Beach, and David
A. Rosenberg. Ben Rosenberg. Eel-
ward A. Ludorf. Phil Stone and Al
Dobrutsky. Jay B. Rosenberg was
ring bearer.
Out-of-town guests from Miami
Beach included Mr. and Mrs Irv-
ing Weiner and family, and Mrs.
Ann Sturm and daughter, Ronnie,
and son. Dennis.
Reception followed at the Eman-
uel Synagogue. The couple are on
their honeymoon in the Caribbean,
after which they will reside in Key
West. Fla.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School and the University oi
Miami. Her husband holds a BS
degree from Springfield College.
North Shore Post Meeting
North Shore Post, Jewish War
Veterans, was to meet Thurxiay,
8:30 p.m.. at the Washington Fed-
eral bldg. on Normandy Isle The
post held a card party Wednesday
evening at the Barcelona hotel
Judge Invited t Cortfob
Judge Milton A. Friedman, loef. j
time Miami eeaaaaaatty leader, u]
that wee* invited by i-residest 1
Eisenhowee to Join tke Presideatlj
committee Cor traffic safety sail
the American Bar Assn in a at-
tional conference on "Law and tat]
Layman."
Students in Mark Twain
Ruih Foreman's Pied Pipe?]
Playhouse students presented Tosh
Sawyer. Becky Thatcher and otbtrj
characters from the pen of Manu
Twain on ch. 1 Monday for thai
Dade County School Board.
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mKS. N0KMAN GOUN
Golin, Cohen
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At a double ring ceremony Sun-
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Manor in the Bronx, N. Y Diane
I onto, daughter of Mrs. Leo Co
hen and the late Mr. Cohen, oi
Miami, became the bride of Mi r
man r,o|ln. -on of Mr, and Mrs
Isidore (John, of the Bronx
The bnde appeared in a floor
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oie, styled with an empire bodice
'-"I Princess lines. A fitted lace
crown secured her fingertip vc.l
She.carr.ed a white B.ble
Mrs. Kenneth Strauss, of Yonk-
Th* tJfc V?S matron of honor.
The bride | brother, Mvm, w,<
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. 6 p m. weddin* Sunday. July
. onitinu Ann Gail Ruskin and
kckael Jay Block in marriage.
bbi Joseph Narot officiated.
ie bride is the daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Oscar Ruskin, 1111 S.
^netian ct., Miami. The groom it
son of Mrs. Sydney Block, 807
fcronimo dr.. Coral Gables, and
. late Mr. Block.
Matron of honor waa Mrs. Rob-
j C. Ma goon. Paul Shlekman was
tt man for hia brother-in-law.
he bride chose a ballerina-
th white silk organza chantilly
gown, featuring an illusion
_Jine. Her bouquet was of white
chids and lily-of-the-valley.
Kewlywed Mrs. Block is a grad-
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r husband is also a UM grad-
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The former Marilyn Helene Zion
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satin featuring beads and sequins
and a veil of chantilly lace for her
marriage May 13 at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Mark Slass and Mr. Jacob Zion, of
Miami. The groom. Aaron Ja>
(Chuck) Edelstein. is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Edelstein, Miami
Beach.
Luncheon and reception followed
the ceremony at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Leah Nirenstein, of Macon,
Ga., was among the out-of-town
guests.
The couple are living in New
York, where Mr. Edelsiein is with
the Stock Exchange.
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Al Israel Airlines.
The resolution of the rabbinical
body, which has a membership of
more than 700 rabbis serving as
spiritual leaders for some one mil-
lion Jews, urged its members and
members of its affiliated congre-
gations "to give first consideration
in their travel plans to the use of
El Al Israel Airlines."
Describing El Al as a link be-
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Rhode Feller, daughter of the Lou-
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Mr. and Mrs. Aden Brown, 1491
SW 64th ave., became the bride of
Barry Roy Nager Sunday, June 7,
in Temple Emanu-EI, Miami
Beach.
Her husband is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Irving Nager, of New
York City.
Mrs. Nager graduated from Mi-
ami High School and attended the
University of Florida. Her hus-
band la a New York University
graduate and received his law de-
gree from the University of Miami
last month.
Zipper Cohen
Miss Ina Millicent Cohen ar.de
Joseph Samuel Zipper exchanged*
wedding vows and rings Sunday,
June 7, in the Coronet hotel, Mt
ami Beach.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jac
Cohen, 601 SW 51st ave., the bri.l
graduated from Miami Seniu
High School. Her husband is a set.
ior at the University of Miami ands
attended the University of Flor-
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Mr. Zipper is the son of Mr. and-
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specially designed scientifically controlled equip-
ment! The bottles, (with nipples and caps) are then
filled and placed into stainless steel racks lor
delivery to home and hospital.
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month's BABY'S FORMULA SERVICE I months
140. S months tn. months 100- Chock th. ejlft
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Th. e.rtlfleat. afctna with r FREE broehur., "W.I.
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Friday, Jul
( 17. \\
WorW Council of Synagogues Launches
Corner Soiritual 'Point Four' for Latin America
._ ____.,^,nD Rabhi Meyer's
/ Jjnnched a^J
* *""" i i*_in I r, rira desi
Shavrick
m YORK-The World .r- ^SST^S^^SA
jsh communiUes in South Amer-
' communities
* provide more
adequate spiritual
Rabbi Meyer is the first
as a traveling mer
would journey to a
loun and stay there till the fol-
lowing day. His business finished,
he would move on to the next
city. Usually he carried a large
mm of money with which to buy
more goods. One day. carrying
b bag filled with silver kroners.
he arrived in a strange city.
Afraid to keep hi> wealth on hi
person until the next market day
he decided to conceal it.
Finding a likely hiding place
at the edge of a woods, he buried
his money underneath a tree.
Assured that his treasure was
bow safe, Rueben felt greatly
relieved However, our friend's
fortune was in great danger. His
hiding pjace was not a secret.
The innkeeper where Rueben
was staying had become suspi-
cious. He had followed the mer-
chant and observed what had
transpired. That night the dis-
honest hotel owner went to the
woods and unearthed the money
Early on market day Rtieben
went lor bis money. The bag of
corns was gone. Frantic with
fear he began to think. Who
could be the thief Finally he
concluded it could only be the
innkeeper He filled a bag with
pebbles and returned to the inn.
Approaching the owner he
said: "I am a stranger here, and
I need some advice. I have
brought a large sum of money
with me to buy goods at the city
market. Part of my wealth I have
already buried. However. I am
still keeping most of it. Now.
what shall f do? Shall 1 hide the
rest of my gold in the same place
where I hid the smaller part of
WORD PUZZlt
B E A R





L J o N
\ E.hip" to unserved and under- tea and k. -g
one million. ^______________
The fir-t appointment is that Of
SMS? IXS-iSm r.Mu> lii .....In
I
rabbi to the Omgrcgaeion Israelita
in Buenos Aires. Argentina.
The World Council of Syna-
gogues was organixed two years
ago
of
to serve the interests
synagogues throughout the
world. Member congregations
are located in 23 countries, in-
cluding Argentina. Australia, Bo-
livia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Co-
lumbia, England, India, Israel,
Uregvay and the United States.
lift Hcnr> Shapiro was pro-
gram chairman of a Temple Zion
Sisterhood meeting Wednesday
evening, featuring a Southern Bell
Telephone demonstration
**. juftsiMu mm
MATCHING GAME
thatch the u-ord< in Cv.'umn ?
ranag in Column I
a. To'flh Curtm
" .-\\ifM Penile:..-
e Tu B$:.: Duvr gpu
- E.-'Og I'enuc:
I 1frtmnh Arburl)-.
--- next v. its
When kir.z Datsd u*i *:
:sther $ Vur ~
Onif he felled S*4 Anodic
time while guarding UUr: t-e K-
edt BEAK UON
in let-
it- etch tome j ntu uord it
I ... try
the .-: urvmg as
hoe.
my fortune, or should I conceal
it eUewhere?"
The innkeeper said to himself:
"If he discovers his buried
money is gone, he will not hide
his remaining coins there. Should
he bun them elsewhere. 1 shall
not be able to locate them."
He turned to the merchant.
Wait till I rteurn. and I shall
advise you. I have some business
to attend to at the moment "
The thief hurried to the tree
and replaced the stolen money.
I suggest." he told Rueben on
returning, "you hide everything
ir. one place. There ypu can
guard it better."
. Rueben thanked the innkeeper.
,He hurried to the tree and recov-
ered his money.
Steven Yon Zgmft
Is Bar Mitzvah
Temple B*h Am will be the site
of the Bar Mijzvah of Steven Von
Zaroft Saturday morning. July 18
Rabbi Herbert
> "ard will
iciate.
.->..ven is the
on of Mi and
Irs. Sul Von
Carolt. 6450 SW
16th st }le at
'ends Palmetto
Junior High, and
lie religious
school of Temple '
Beth Am.
| Reception and dinner will be helu
in his honor at the Seville hotel.
in the xclusiva CrtaJaM aectien
MiWf Pored, ef Stan TV and
Broadway celes*ities. every week
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[lings by Young Israelis on View
Metropolitan Museum of Art
YORK An exhibition of
\t by Israeli boys and
12 to IS in brn< dis-
m -he Junior Museum
|,t the Metropolitan Mas*
, through Sept.
ted by the American Jew-
br... the showing consists
3C paintings selected by
justmp Wise Polier during
[ to the Louise Waterman
tri center in Jerusalem
U. .lustice Polier, of the
for1- Domestic Relations
i honorary president of the
ian Asked
inference
. committee for traffic
[mi he American Bar Assn.
ivit'd Herbert U. Feibel-
;iani attorney, to partici-
. national conference on
pd the Layman" Aug. 24 at
erirana hotel and Aug. 25
Barcelona hotel during the
of the American Bar
|m.n has be** Commis-
i niform State Laws from
IDSS41. by appointment
I snortr. He was elected a
!,: the Florida constitu-
lor.Tition ht 1983, wMth
tie 21st amendment to
Hi it ion of the United
js ca the first board Of di-
I.''' he Dade County Bar
pel for many years has been
|n f the committee on
jf the Florida Bar. He
.-in associate edIMr of the
ci.il Law Journal for the
bears.
w "*
it'Sl f\Ui s ).>' '
National Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress. She is
the daughter of the late Louise
Waterman Wise, founder of the
American Jewish Congress wom-
en's group, after whom the Center
in Jerusalem is named.
neareieiiieu in the oxMbtttan
wltl be works by teen-aeert who
come from all areas of Israel to
study at the Center m Jerusalem
en inttrtwften built end main-
tained by the American Jewish
Cone roes. In attendance at the
Center are Arab and Chrtetten
beys end girls, as weH as Jewish
young people.
Ranging from naturalistic des-
cription to abstraction, the paint-
ings are largely cay and colorful
in their presentation. "Exodus
from Egypt," by a 12-year-old girl
born in the Yemen, is strongly
reminiscent of the French primi-
tives. Imaginatively produced, it is
a procession of stereotyped men
In long blue, orange, or red Ori-
ental varments, weaving across a
landscape of undulating hills indi-
cated by parallel bands of waves.
"Landscape o Fire" is an exciting
abstract composition of stark reds
and Macks.
According to Dr. Marion E. Keg-
worthy, president of the American
Academy of Child Psychiatry,
"the paintings ... are trulv remark
able, not only as art but as evi-
dence of the extraordinary emo-
tional resilience of these young
artists. It must be remembered
that many of these youngsters as
well as their parents went through
harrowing wartime experiences in
Europe before settling in Israel
... and yet the paintings of these
young people show a wonderful
wholeness and healthiness of vi-
sion The honesty, the non-self
consciousness of these adolescents,
would seem to Imply a rare sense
of personal maturity and Identifi-
cation with the world about them."
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Painting, by Israeli Young People" an being shown at New
York's Metropolitan Museum of Art this summer in an exhibit
arranged by lb* National Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress. Painting above, "In the Ghetto," shows
a faceless mother holding a faceless child against
a background of burning buildings. The artist is Shul-
amith Sterner, 16, bom in a concentration carnp in Yugoslavia.
World Union Will
Move Quarters
LONDON ters of the World Upion of Pro-
gressive Judaism will be transfer-
red from London to New York City
in the near future, it was disclosed"
here at the 11th world conference
of the Union.
The Hon. Mi*s Lily Montagu, de-
livering her final presidential ad-
dress, thanked the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations and its
president. Dr. Maurice N. Bisen-
drath. for offering facilities for the
World Union in the UAHC ha quarters in New York.
Citing the development of Re-
form Judaism fostered by the
World Union in many countries, in-
iluding India, South America, Hoi
land and Switzerland, Miss Mon-
tagu said that the "dawn of pro-
gressive Judaism was at last begin-
ning to break through the religious
mis*'" in Israel
Miami National
Elects Cooper
Brock Cooper
hat been elected
ashier of Mi-
ni National
a nk by the
Ml of direc-
tors, according
o an announce-
nt by Harold
urman, presl-
lent.
Cooper, who
will be in fufl
charge of operations for the bank,
comes to Miami from New York
City. He is a native of Toronto,
and was aaditar for the Depart-
ment of Finance of Canada.
In New York, he assumed the
duties of cashier of the State Bank
of Suffolk of Bayahore, L. I, a
position be held for a number of
years.

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10 Years Aft this Week
Berlin: All German Jews were
organized by fftt Hitler government
into a National Jewish Assn. this
week which Is virtually a separate
community within Germany. Under
the supervision of the Reich In-
terior Ministry, the association wifl CHAtLIS ft
be responsible for the care of all LILLIAN
indigent Jew*. It win not Teeetve
any government funds for that pur-1 roa
pose. __ I ._____
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and the Twin Pianos
Miami Springs
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
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general manager, world traveer EA Centre fa or, latcd $1.000 000
popular man about town, wffi 'Jdra his c P ^ .$ mT
libel suit against this columnist if teU.One* ^^ se
married and has NO "Missus as ths co urnn so g ^ d
eral week ago. One and All. We nereo> m f gir,s
wouldn't want to do anything to upset Jack s social
Jack Sandler's still single.
NAMES MAKE NE^WS: Local folk, especiallythe
are trekking to the Diplomat for short sojourn;- ^Von he Dlpto-
couples, all of whom are B^J^JfiS Alan Cutlers,
mat fairways and greens^ The. are^theDaKJ ^ ^
sr^^binrB^Se^s^: &.-..,, ,...,.
KahT^,e Ted Sewe.ls won', be golfing at Bayshore Sunday. They'll b.
Lake Placid (Fla. visiting son Mark. 10. at his camp.
10
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husky dentist spouse had a bogey.
Dr Hernard Bobbins and stockbroker Sherman King Ignoring the
rays of old Sol m Uiej made Die 18 hole route l Btystort.
' General manager Charts Schlakman ol the Shore i lut hotel an-
nouncing new catering and parts taciUUei al the CoUins ave nosteirj
Edward Cohen, administrative director of Temple Israel, and Mrs.
c among the prominent natives "getting away from it all with a week
end at the Lucerne, where they also enjoyed the perennial hit revue,
Havana Marti Gras .tarring energetic Dioaa CoateUo and an exciting
cast of 30.
Missing two midgel put-- cost Chuck (Algiers) Posner and partnei
Peggy Finkel the first prize m a recent mixed tourney arranged b> Bay-
shore Golfers Club. They finished in a tie for second with Ted Sew. U
and Elaine Lesser. Leo Fenster and Barbara Bafalo put together a
best ball score of 69. one sho< less than the second-place teams" scores.
Mrs Posner leaves for Hinsdale. Mass.. today to visit daughter Lois, at
Camp Bomaca. In September, the Posners will take off for a European
jaunt.
Also embarking on a European vacation at the end of the month
will be Attorney Stan Brody
The virus bug interferred with the Mel Lessers' vacation in Nassau,
keeping him bedded most of the time.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Sam
Reinhard and Isadore Spolter enjoying weekends the Sterling hotel.
Nominated for well-dressed honors among Ihe area's women fair
way fans: Marge Sewell. Twila Schultz. Phyllis Pollak and Elaine Has
kin Don't know anybody who loves the game more than Florence
PaikenNever misses a tournamenther home course is Normandy
Shores.
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AROUND TOWN: Miami Beach Boxing Commissioner Lou Gold,
on the National Boxing Assn. investigating committee, has just been
appointed to the group's nominating committee.
Betty Keen and Lew Parker, one of the better man-and-wife corned.
teams on the cafe circuit, are regaling 'em at the Americana Bal Mas
que. Remember when the twosome were married al the Thunderbird
o, with Mr. an<] Mrs. Paul Pollak boating the memorable
affair? Such stars as Sophie Tucker. Frankie Laine Joe E l..
DeHaven, Milton Berie, just to name few, were amonj
ering array of guests,
Charles C. Goldberg, managing director of the Delano, overjoyed
with the public's reception of Sam Gyson's radio show in the Zodiac
lounge. The opening broadcast last Friday broke all records for that
popular spot. Sam always has a host of celebs on hand for his in-
formal chatter shows.
A familiar and always Welcome entertainer to our town Jack
pens ,.i Ihe PonUinebleau La Ronde tomorrow night with
French chanteuse Fernanda Monte! While we re m I n miniscing vein
recap .lack s n.yht dub bow. at K.tty Davis' Airliner, on Alton rd.,
right after he left the armed services. He was stationed on the Beach
hUZ-- r.h1""' IIId t rePtati,n a< COmk, While entertain,,,
buddies at the ou door has,, theatre on 41st it., C.Ughl the attention ,,,
Danny and KJtt} Day S. From there. Jack wen, into a Broadwa ,
cal. and has been in the Big Time ever since
ov,>,L0e Barkry back J h,s vocallst Wh "1 the Saxony Ivory Tower The
exotic spot has caught on in a bi. ., wh the local aiter-da.k
Dont be surprised to run into friends any night vou take th d
enclosed elevator and soar to the rooftop rendezvous.
vah RESTAUR,ANT R0W= Mr. and Mrs I Bcitcher holding a Bar Mill
~r Trctrr.?: tssr *<>>
H Ihe re,..u,.f!U^,',hl'S5'Z '""*y M'im* """""
Songwriter Benny Davis and mniiu ,-ii,i
mi Springs VIM,, rendv -mJ % JJ"^ "- >
79 Communities
Raise $52 Million
NEW YoIiK-MTAi-The COUSV
cil ol Jewish Feden I W**
(are Funds has I thai nioii
Jewish communits fund-ralsiBg
drives are in their I ;'T,(|
man) have alread] been comple-
ted.' A- ol June 19. the 7!' cotsV
munities reportm camp tign re
suits to i 'tl had i I
national
and local nee Is This is 14 I
higher than tl wrabb
results on the same cards Last
Among lti large cities there was
an average increase ol 12.7 pe -1
cent. Eleven ol 'hem have already]
exceeded their 1958 totala, five <>t
the campaigns are still continuing.
Friday, j^ J
Ml Study
For Rabbinate
In Israel
Ml Hecht. who had bat* ^
Tifereth Israel Congregaul
junior rabbi, was awarded t
arship for one year of study
Hebrew University to prepa
the rabbinate and left for
Sunday.
Hecbt ia a sophomore at thi
versity of Miami, and lives]
his parents. Mr. and Mrs
Hecht. 1204 El Prado,
bles.
Before deciding on the ri
ate. Hie lf-year-old henor
dent wos active in school |
entortalnment. He hat
many aftswarancos on tat,
and with U.S.O. tours.
He announced for Miami]
School during the half time i
at the Orange Bowl, and
leading roles in such
"Teahouse of the August
and "My Three Angels."
He was chosen "Heartth
a girls' Jewish service cli
senior year in high scho
highlighted by being eleo
the "Hall of Fame' for sir
his club. School and commtuj
chaplain of the National
Society.
After returning from It
wll attend the Hebrew Una
lege in Cincinnati. Althoug
studies require nine years,]
hopes to make it in seven
'.
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Lay, July 17. 19*9;
*Jelslittoridtlan
Pag* 11 B
Bc Stewart plays a defehs* aorfte>y dtepctrotery attempt-
to -!ar Ben Gaudfra of murder charges while Judge Jos-
eph N. VVelctt lettdb an attentive^ ear. The scene is from Otto
fremi.-.ger's fitrri version of recent best-selling novel.
f Anatomy" bTaMMlUstl/' wWefl'wttif written by art ex-Supreme
rt Justice from Michigan, and is now playing at the Carib,
Barr.j r?nd Miracle Thetifre*.
Ok
ituaries
I Of ''
S l<
r nil.
i 7-ii.ri
II
i ei.11
RS. ** SCOTT
levonehlre blv die* Ju'>
. from I'li-viU, V. 2*
nil wan a nirafpof Tem-
- .rvlvfn* are bR.ku
Sheldon. tuugWlK NH*l
I. r; thru- a -tefa. including
Flubcn- 'iher and
ildren
. n Funera Hnt. with
..f I >ait '. I Vinct.-ry.
SAMUEL WEINTRAUB
,..ii r.l reeWeni bar* 1
i It] l(.- wa a Slu Inn
|.t..ii linii
j World W > 1 nd II ;
. hl v. win.
.i Mi- antur; I
m anil |
n \.v i wl.h
. .. ni b Rivet -Hi.- M.-
A't .n rl.
:n SARAH SIOIS
th St d:. SI.'
...* IP I
I in In
.-.unc ill" t'trfted
y :" .-' graduated
I -..I. I ni\. --i-'. n i
n-aa MM irf the flrt I
> lana In the nation To-
ri. 1 "> f huabsnd. ehe founded i
lufe In- *inrtiinl pay-
I month. N H A
liii.ui n Sidle. flnlanHi hiich
i.l in fv'tr months an'l catered
I -the a* 'if U. rgur) |
.mie a lecturer, taaare. in
at !'.. lime of lit* de;th. he W.ta
fcilnie," the mo-' 'i '..int ynath
| .1 Alter th' death of
hu-t. ni tt Years *ko. ah came
j Minn utter.. be- lectured lU (ha
t >( Mla-nl untB t*rve vera
Hu: i in'K an A. dauBM**. HAton,
,k M-> I. and- l>r.e nephcwX Cllt-
Ka.lli ;.n. notel>u'rB.or. and IVn-
pln i I 'Mward, Manilell. Mlnmi
ruh -vices e*e In PoMwouth
b| RlfflMh
aexjaea were j-iii i? at Riverside
i.idi. Normandy lee. with
'Mirlil in la.keaMe Maaaot
MRS. LUtflE ARTNER
I. of 3i Venetian Way. died July 8.
She rim here .-vn year* a*
New Yoi k city, and la eurvis --.l b>
hei hiiel>.n Lew Inaky Service! tfere July 1" at
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.,
with Inn ml In Wmxllawn Park.
WILLIAM KORENBERO
7S, of 14"M Mar- lul)
1 i Miami 1 '
utomoMli painter II.-
i.> t\.. i'i.i.i
n and lira i en; twi
H in and >< ii
hurlal arare In i ;:h l-"-a
arranajamanta i is Pnnara
Homo.
'" a member of the Rika. SirvlVlMJ
f..' "!",#r nd threa brothera. In-
u -ivU-e* w..r..-t Ml Nob
If" y 'nil i, lth arranaemtuta by I
Pardon Kuneral raw
MORRIS WITOVSKY
N. ..f IM| BW liili ,%.. ,ii...i ,iuh 7
-r ago from \. ^
'd wai. a i I i.rokar.
ui Wvlna .,,.- hla inf.- I'aul D.
LouU i'.nialit.-i ,.i,.i m
Ire* w.ie July h in .; .,.|,,
fllll burlal'ln M
t*rr.
THEODORE FRElTAO
I'.'.l Jeff.
H. <-ame from N.-u Vorfc 1! \rai.
"'I a 'lied rati;.. ,l^
wife, I:
la.-k. an) two r>iul.lild -rv- |
'"- '"" lulJ
me- |
LiONAUD MILLH
ll.-d .lul) .'.. Hef
fi.im llnlli'ii-i:.-, M
wan a aali-anuMi
rr, Bliel- '
Ion and Stanforit. .launhier, Mihb
( elln Mller. two brotneiv .ml tnree
-i-i.r- Sarvlcea war*-Juh- 7 at RKer-
alite MemniiiU <-hap^l. Normand^' l*le.
with bbrlal in Mt. Nebo Cirnel-
ISADORE RASKIN
Of 1W1 .VW lajniTft dlej Jnle :,.
He waa a chemist, and came from
IMttkburicb. Pa five yearH no. Hur-
vlyfnx aa> h( i1fr. Sylvia: two aona,
Bm<-e and L>Ibb: and two brother*.
Servicea were In I'ittahurKli. with
local arraiwteim nu by Newman Fu-
neral Home.
NATHAN SIECEL
J*. Of 00 KW IMA ave dhd Jnh I
H came here 25 year* aft*, and waa
i Iniil'lini; contractor. Survlvlntr are
four *on~. Ilarry. Jack, Uenltunm and
l/Klle: an.I n dauKhler. Mr. I.Illiaii
Sheft* Hervlrea w.-f.- July 7 at Hell-
man Funeral Home, with burial in
Star of David Cemetery.
Tunisian Jews
Eye Elections %
PARIS(JTA)Jews in riisia
are now preparjn^ for the'organ-
ization of elections To *trie*ieader
ship of the Jewish communities
Ihroushout the country, according
to reports reaching here from Tu-
nis. At present the communities
are led by committees appointed
by the government.
The French press reports th.it
the economic crisis in Tunisia is
growing and that Jews theTe, cs-
peclalty the- miorlle class, are con-
cerned less with the political d-
velopmenfs than with the economii
and* social problems. The reports
emphasized that only a small num
ber of goverrrment offfeials in Tu
nisia are biased" against Jews aiftt \
that the present Boutgutba regime
it restraining the extre'rfrTSr prf/-'
Nesser elements in their props
ganda against Tunisian Jewry'
On the other" hibifj. the reports
stress that a number of govern-
ment decrees have brougWch;
i nthe status of the Tuirterair Jewrsn
community. These iHelude the bafn
on Zionist activities and tW abol-
ishment of the rabbinical law.
Poverty among Jews is growing,
especially in the lawer class which
is completely indifferent to polit-
ical life, the reperts establish.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. WC 660S
I" .ISIS t
H2M?
i
M \:ISY W I rltllKS,
l>..f-n -i..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. IIABRY W I'll:''!-:- addrenn
:inl anawer i- th. notMplafnt of dlwrca
with (he <":.-rk ..f ih" i.i. iv* rourt.and
a cop> thereof ni.on ll.-t
-'. CoiiKreaa Rulld-
ln, Miami Kloiiila. ..n m b
\.iiji 17. i''.-.'.. or ei- complain I will
be taken a c.nfe.-aed. Ii.ited July
i: i: l.i:ATHKP..M \N, ''-rk,
.. Klarida
Hi: Juan sm:khkn.
l'Mi Deo ny .'lerk
7 17 -_' I
LEGAL NOTICE
NATHAN COHEN
i.'.. of <-2l MV Jr.l -I .lie.) July I II-
came here five year* a*" fr .in I .-
trolt. Mich an i
ii NW L'n.l
i h ln< ..r- ln> ^i If*, I I
.lailKlilii- 'id f""r
us Mr Mam Quafwao, Mm.
HophU AflHyr an-l Mri Doll) Horah, ol
Miami. Servl.ea u.-re July 1 i .if H.ir-
dot) Kunar.l Home with burial in
Htar of lNtvId Cemetery
kh In
Inei.il H-.me.
nnem*nt by
JACOB JANOr-F
I'ralrle ave died July >.
. L'n rear* Mu from New
-k vlvlni are hi* wife. Mollle:
I Ihree alarera. Mra. R'we |
ki-- Vnna and Mra I
i- W -.ruian. Korvl---* were In
II XV, with I. al arramte-
i .r*ld Mam-rial 'ha|iel j
MRS. MARY PETERS
s\v ,>th a-. '"' I
h-re ten year*, afo from
V Surilxlnc nra three
ii is., i. i and Mix. i >.
Vln -inter.
'A in. : m *i*ter-* aii'l
Iren -- i an I b
..I wltl I 11 arrange*
r ...r.l.m (' .....Si II......
NAT WAYNE
Bay dr died July He
iiiw- Ii. i. r\x year* ago and *Sa
rni.r member of the ome l\ t.-iun u
Wiert. Haley and Wayne. H* wa
nmn..er of the Miamlan Helgfit*
Mel s.i.vivlnc l hl Jeitti
i
MAS. QERTRUOE FABER
. ol ?S (Ve*n dr. died July v She
cam* liefT M year, ago froni New
Tor*. Snrvlvlrtf are three aoaa, Stan-
ley, Nin mui and Ma'vln. one dauKh-
ter. Ml-- Bunny K.ber, thrae bro-
thera. b>rvlce< were July 9 at River-
Jlor Manorial Chaiiel. Washlnston
ave, with burial io Mt' Slnal Cm-
ler> .; : ......._.
iRvisid ottbbMAU
5*. of.IMS Meridian ave.. die 1 July
He <-aW here aix year* mgo fro* N.w
York. Surxlvins are hia wife. Sophie.
daughter. Klleen. two brother*. Sam
and Hen. and one son, Marvin. Serv-
lce and burial weca in New York,
wiih Vital arrangement* by Rlvcn-lde
Memorial <"hapeiV_________
MRS. ARLENE SHACTER
M, of sll" f\V Ond pi .ll"i July t.
.-lie came here aeven yeafa aajo from
I'hvngO Si vlvlng are lier huabanil,
Imnlel :lhr.e a.in>. Joseph. Stuart
,ii.I Phltlp u s her pareats. Mr- and
Mra Maurl.-e Nlevenheri
m July """"
lth l.urlal :ii Star of UVtd fellle-
''i_________________.
MORRIS EIMER
K. of IM U'th t., -lied July 7. He
came here ten yeara ago f'om New
Sun win: la Ann
- and burL'l ere In New >"rK.
with I... al iirrangeinenta by Rlveralde
Memorial Chapel
MORRIS MEYER
71 of 1170 N*W 7!ith .-I., died JuU r..
A retired tav.in owner, he came here
en veara ao from Ivtrolt. Mich. He
NOTICE UNrftR T'
FICTITIOUS NAMl LAW
Ni.Tli-i: IS HCTKBT lilVKN lliai
the un'lei--lKii.-d, dealflng '......kh In
huaine-s under the flctm
l.i:\ I'.i: SONGSTERS; l>r.M!Ai:ra
li.xr.l.l.N'iS at I'KVi Itay l-r.ve. Miami
Reach Int.-ndH to realst. I name"
Hi the rierk ..r the Circuit Court
__ linil. County, I-e.ridii
KARKN Kior N'C
a Flol i "i..n
MILTON A I- RIKPM \N
Mtoi io- for Al i.Il mi Alnaley Mi.ig.
:
LOW COST
HOME LOANS
To Buy, Build trftljyw
lira AaWYwrsBrv U
0ade Federal
w LTOfrVBRfSfrf '
^ A ., i.Wi. MiAM J
"
S^vt Ood* County
Ellison Named
District Director
Arnold D. Ellison, former dis-
trict field representative of B'nai
B'rith, was promoted to district
membership and activities direc-
tor at the recent District 5 con-
vention in Washington, D. C. He
is now in charge of all B'nai
B'rith membership and lodge ac-
tivities for the states of Maryland,
District of Columbia, Virginia,
North Carolina. South Carolina,
Georgia, and Florida.
A relative new-comer to the Flor-
ida scene, Ellison moved here
from his native city of Charles-
ton S. C last August. He is a
graduate of the University of
North Carolina, was awarded a
graduate fellowshp at Louisiana
State University in 1938. A served
five years in World War' n al a
member of the 106th Infantry Di-
vision in Europe.
llUMtr is a s urs***"*''*
Dan LOCHK > **?$
of the Sow* Carolina *'-*
former rnombar of the Plarrict
Coort of *>. a farms*
membar of rha Sovthaasf rwry,
ion. I AM- eaaeutiva *.
has KtM numarovs ta*B ar*J
l district committaa ehairmaR-
: ships.
At the time of his appointment
to the professional staff of B"nai
B'rith, he was president-elect of
, the South Carolina State Assn. He
i w ah* secretsry of Bffth Shfr
I lerrt Congregation. Charreston. for
eight years. His local office is in
the Hffltl brdg. at the* Unrretstty
of Miami.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN
ANO TOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C 6819
JIM. Mil.I.
Plaintiff,
VH.
EIYWIN MM.I.Ci:
Defendant.
NOTIC|E BIV PUBLICATION
r You. KPWIN MII.I.Ki: 7 White
Oak Street, New KOchelfe. New York,
ire hereby required t.. aerVe \ ir An-
iwer to the ('omptaln- tor D
fikad aalnKt voh, on MoRMAN k'.
.4CHWARZ, one Urftoln R.jad Huild-
Ins. Miami Bea. h. Ptorl ttorney. and fll.
laweivirf the office of tb^ clerV of
on or l.e ore August
- the compKfat shall
le talfeii-'na oon'Wiaed.
IMiNK this llth dai of Jifly. ItW.
K B I.KATMKKHAS, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Il.le cownly; Morldfi
Bj c r cop
faeal) Oeaaaty Clerk.
NORMAN K SCltWARZ
Attorney for Plaintiff
____________7 i7-:t- NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JOOTC1AL C'RCUIT IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No C 6597
i.niisi-; k iiuisv.
Plaintiff.
ys
VICTOR HBXRT CCRRT
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: VICTOR HBNRV CtTRRT,
Defendant
ISIS Houth DlvlaVao Street
ivekemii. N I
You. VICTOR HENRY CfRRT, are
h.-r-l.i notified that I Bill if c.nt-
nlalnt for Divorce ha. been
asain-t you, and I '"
aerve a OOP) of i our Anawer or Plead-
iiiK Io th.- Hill of Complaint on the
iilaintlffa Attorney,.. SMITH *
MANDl.KH. 47 Uiaiiln Road Miami
Beach. Florida, and file Uie orlulaal
Anawer or PlaaSlnf In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
before te IRh.day of Aufuat 1.
If you fall I" do ao. Judgment by de
fault win be taken aicalnst you for
the relldf demanded In the Bill of
Cmplalrtt-
Thla rtOtlce ahall be publiahed once
ea<* weeV for four conaoeutlve week*
DONK AND ORfJKHfet' at MfSnii.
norlda. thia iSfff dffy or Jdlf. A.D.
'** K. B IJ53ITfrBRNrAW. CVr*.
Clrx-uH CotRt. Pd- Colt""- FV*ld
By: R H. RICK. JR..
(aaal) Deputy Clerk.
SflTH MANDI.KR
07 l.ln.oln Road
MWml lleweh. Ilwrldn
Attorney for Plaintiff .J4.51 '7
crutrurr coort. m* juocial
CIRCUIT. OAOE COUNTY.
FLOjBIO*. CHANOERV No. StC SS
JANWT POI.ADIAN
l-laintlff.
NICHOLAS I'OI.ADIAV.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ynl- NICH0T.AS I'OI.Al'lAN. *
Noyea Street. San IMeso 9. California,
notified to aei 1
-.,r to the Complaint -.n plalntlfra
ittorneya, EN *BN. *J
ivne llulldlna. Miami. Fli and
-ilKlnal with Clerk of above n 1
Court. ..11 or lielore Aufwt IJ.
itherwlae Complaint will be .-..nfeaaeS
NOTiCS BY PUBLICATION
IN Trtt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MCS429
KTrTM.A BKHAR",
Plaimilf.
SIMON BKHAR.
Defendant.
Tf: SIMO.V BKHAR.
:'nxi Orund Avenue^.
Bronx, New York.
You SIMON BKHAR are herebv
^Ted that a BUI of Complaint for
IKfOrra ha- been filed agalnirt you,
an* 'yon are required to serve a copy
of not Anewei ..r Pleadinx to the Bill
Of CorqaBMt on the plaintiff a Attor-
n|-. Hj|iTtT C. ZEMEU ^. LJn-
e..fn Itoa.d'. Mhiml Beach 39. Florida,
nnd file IB* OrlStnal An-wer or Pleu-I-
Ins In th* office of the Clerk of the
circuit CoMff on ..r l*f..re th- loth
day of AusVaf. 1>''". If you fall to do
eo, Judgment' by default will be taken
asalnat you for the relief demanded
In the Still of Complaint
This notice ahall be published once
each week fi four lonaec.itive weeka
in THE JEWISH EI,OKII>I.VN
I )NE AND OltnKRKD at Mi iml,
Rorlda. thia Kth day of July. All.
1; 1: i,i:atiii:i:m \n. CJerk.
Circuit Court, I ade County, h
(veal) B) W M W STOCKING,
I puty Clerk
HKRITERT C ZKMKI.
.... I.in...In Rci
Miami K'-.rlda
Attorne intlff
I ..." M--|
IN THt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
NO. SeCS383
lt< .SK T. REti'ilO,
Plaintiff,
V*.
Kilo,
I lefendjfcQt
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
To I.IBORJO RKO
Aftfil -.K.V.WN
Y..11 LTItriKIO ItEOOl ire hereby
notified that a Bill for

li
of 1 on 1 Anawer or Pleadinc to. the J.S1
.1 c..mt.la|nt on the i'laintlffa Altor
>.\lWf*0 A. AM. 1IM Afnale:
trit
KivorcS ha< Ix-en fil*d agjIn-T
and yob
of > on 1 A
ol Com pi
nei ANt__
Buildlna. Miami IX Florida" and file,
the orixlnhl Anawer or Pleadtfur
the office of the ClerV of the
f'oairt on y' before the 7ln day of
AAfuat. rJS*. If jo.
ffiditiiieiit !* d*fa' will p taRen
anint \ou for the relief demaddetl In
the Bill of Cntfajalpt. -.--------- -
Thia notice anVRI hed onee
each week for fdlH- cohaes'Jtrve weeXa
in THK JEWISH FIXTRTt'lAN.
DONK AND ORfiPRED at M;*""1'
Honda thia 7th day of July, AD TM.
E B. I.EATHERMAN. C'erk.
Circuit Court .iinty. Florida
(>eal) M. K, FORIV
CH0ui> C'- ik.
A NO El.o A. AM
Attorney for l"n
IIOS Alnaley Rulldina
Miami SMclorlda 7 lft.l7.!4.n
bv
HATE!'
Circuit

NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IVBSl thit
-irina to !* In
tiualiiefe under the name of
WHfXSToCK REALTY at ll N.K.
163rd St.....t. No Miami Belch mten.la
to reslater aaid name with the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court of mty,
Florida. A
ALEXANDER WKINSTtnK
7.-Il>-lj-t4-3t
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LW
NOTM'F. 18 HEREBY (JIVE* that
the underalirned. dealnns to enaJBKe In
buaaneae under the flctiHoea name of
SHAPCO IAuKK al 4316 N VV f-Vci.n1
Avenue. Miami. Florida intend to res-
later aaid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt of I Hole CouSTy. Plorll.i.
KIRVIN K sflAFTf>N
JOSEPH ECSTEIN
IIAitol.U TANN EN
Attorney far Appll>nta
*Sn Seihol.l ntiildlne
Miami it. hliii-lda ....
7/10-lf-4-3l
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV*
NOTICE IS HKRKP-V (JIVE* that
trfe- wndfaia"rfed. deaWne to enajage In
USlncaa under the fii litloua OBF"* of
TrTr? HTTCrlKR-flHOP -f \*A*1South
Dixie HUthway, Dade County, Florida
Intend* to resiatrr aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
UtTIi ItoROK
Hie owner
f.RON EPSTEIN
ney for Applicant
48* Lincoln R.d ^
(seal)
,-34-31. %n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 1IEP.EI1V CIVKS that
Ii. nnderaluned. .lealrinc to enae In
bualnesa under the flitlti-.ua name of
U3nl AM 1 M
E 13th Ave-
in-
tenda to register aaid name with the
K f.f the 1 iutI ..f l>ada
I-'UBOU. -ENTER, INC..
16*IV Jf.al TJO
North Miami Beach, Flori
)-l7-14-l

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aSWS**"" fI I • -JmislitorMtor Friday. hl y | 7 Page 2-A Survey Polls N. Y. Clubs on Prejudice ... %  _• >L.. H'>. „, to ,„*, „,, 0W ^*J Tennis Ai ** tion banning the issuance b> the „<* lo keep a thing like th,. hS __.•..... ,n the .... ,,f nnhlir exhibition license j_ D •. ,„ .•., k < n •>* fht there a> nothnu in the c ji, of a public exhibition license ing ,„, to show whf r 1.. 1.... in .. ... nr .itiitn evccot a re.......1,1 i;i,_ .. clubs constitution or b)-laws to to at) orsan.ul.on except a re har anvooe tn.ra membership beUgww mstrtulioo. which has mem rehfion He male : Hr h.i> policies based on race. ,h.s known as the club faced 'he l0 | O r or national omin. (ability of losing the Davis Cup The proposal for a poll among and national tennis championship c | ll0 members was The 1959 ffistadrut Humanitarian Award is presented at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York to David Dubinsky (left\ president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, and Jacob S. Potofsky (right), president of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, by Joseph Schlossberg (center). chairman of the National Committee for Labor Israel. The two top trade unionists were honored for their outstanding support to Israel and Histadrut at a recent dinner at the Waldorf. Both Dubinsky and Potofsky visited the Jewish State to see the country and the numerous institutions of Histadrut which then unions have helped finance. Mrs. FDR Will Talk at Brandeis WALTHAM. Mass-Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be among the distinguished educators appearing MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent or Construction Loans .1 New or Old Properties Under Construction •' Completed. Will Buy •' Make loons • %  1st or 2nd M0rT3a.es Ground Fees or Leases Unlimited Insurance Foods. Reg. Broker Ph. FR 9-3444 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MKHRMN AVENwf, MIAMI IUO i Jf 1 -Ji5 at Brandeis I'niversity this summer for the university's Institute on Contemporary American Affairs. Thi' Institute, first in a yearlyseries of summer refresher courses 'for the friends and alumni of the university, opens Aug 2 fur i days Some 175 participants from all parts of the nation will live on the Brandeis campus and have the opportunity to iifu the university through the eyes of the student. Mrs. Roosevelt's lecture. "Tbe United States and World Affairs." will be given at the Sl,ober>! Audi torium Wednesday evening. Aug 5. as part of the week-long reviewdesigned to bring the "students up to date on life in the U. S. today. The Institute was characterized by Brandeis president Dr Abraham L. Sachar as a "unique and challenging academic experience for adults matches McL.nn said he planed *> meet Wftb eh* officials to dis cuss the controversy a* ttie Now York City Department of Licenses be*ar on investigation to determine whether a city license was needed to hold the tennis matches, at the dob in suburban Forest Hills, Qwoens. Thomas M. O'Neill, acting license eemmis sioner, said the club was private and exempt from the licensing law. Howevesr, he said he was also seeking to learn who sponsored tennis tourneys at the club. Sponsors who rent a private club for such events at which admission is charged must have a license. Acting New York Mayor Abe Stark ~au! he was prep:.: ohjtton of censure of UK 30 Years Ago this Week Prague The board of 'he PTJ :U-. Kehillah n ll authorities over ; Jewish cemeterj of Lbi cremated Jews The "ill ot Oscai Egerer, J Jewii for cremation andburial Ol in the family vault When the Kehillah refused, the Egerei family went to Prague officials who ordered the burial LeHoy Wagstaff. membeY of Ike club for 12 years Stte said *e, wanted to sec hiw many members would resign if Dr Ralph Bunche. Nobel Prize winner and United Nations Undersecretary, would become a member. Dr. Bunche re waled last week that he anrl his son. Ralph. 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*£i HAffir conn +JmHi) mutton Minority Government Fades As Interim to November JERUSALEM--T1ie likelihood that the present coalition government wduld continue as a caretaker administration became a virtual certainty this week after President Ben-Zvi completed talks with representatives of all parties except the Communists. The President, who received dep-' ~ utations of the two left-wing parties, Achdut Avodah and Mapam, and Agudah and foaie Aguuan Sunday, reportedly came to the conclusion that no combination could -muster a majority for a vole of confidence in the Knesset, Israel s Parliament. Deputies of par ie in opposi'lon to the sale of $3,000,000 worth of Israel made Wl/ Urges Alleged Statement ?/ Hotelman be Clarified Here 1 loaders of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States Wed-utered into the fracas involving a Miami Beach Sun columnist :.ilrged quote of a nol^d hotelman here. \V Frirdlander. chairman of the Americanism' Commission I IWV Department of. Florida, said that his group was contacted tment commander Irving | =-*•' -— %  --. ^mediately following uffjce recejved he oopy K)f a fc,. arms to West Germany, which brought about the current government crisis, number 70 of the 120 Knesset members. Simultaneously, the chances for the formation of a minori'y government composed of Mapai and the Progressive Party, receded as opposition parties indicated they would not give passive support to such a minority agreement. Th proposal to advance the. national election* in Israel from Nov. 17 to the middle of Septem bar, to shorten the period of Israel's caretaker government, was dropped Monday by Mapai, the party of Premier Ben-Gurion which originally sponsored the proposal. The Maoai action was explained by the fact that it became clear that no majority coo Id be mustered for the proposal in Knesset, Israel's Parliament. Cfaf. WtlZMANN Center Camps In Second Period Travel, real and fantasy, highj lighted the first week of the second period of the Greater Miami ; Jewish Community Center's day i camp program serving some 500 children in the DarJe county area. rOUje 5-A Gen. Weizmann Arrives in U. S. NEW* YORfc-Gen. Ezer Weizmann, Commander of the Israel Air Force, arrived in the United States recently for a tour of major communities on behalf of the Israel Bond campaign. Gen. Weizmann's first appearance will be in Chicago, where he will be guest speaker at a dinner honoring Samuel Rothberg of Peoria, III, national chairman for Trustees of the Israel Bond Organization. The Air Force Commander, who was promoted to the rank of brigadier general on Israel's 11th Independence Day, is a nephew of the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann, first President of the State of Israel. Gen Weizmann is a "sabre," or native of Israel, who was born 1 in Tel Aviv 35 years ago. Formerly the Chief of Operations of the Israel Air Force, ha is one of Israel's foremost national heroes, having distinguished himself in the War of Liberation, and previously in the RAF during World War II. Following his service as fighfer col21 publication of a •" %  ltr of explanation published here PaufrJJ, Bruun in the ,,„„,, weeks d „,, ,„,,, hich Bruun quoted Mor ha Mr Lansbur> n is ou £ burgh as expressing his • town • %  Kriedtandw explained. siri Ui see some restricted noe again" and that "he ike to see something done |attr;ict other than Jewish VIMMiami Beach," The JWV Americanism Commission chairman added that "until Mrs. Walter Feltman. chairman j.of the GMJCC day camp commitpilot w ,fh"Uie RAF, in which he I tee. said that Camp Shalom, the saw atllon j n North Africa, he re, Beach YMHA day camp, visited urned to Palestine in 1947 where LEastern Airlines. he p i un g ed i nto the effort to build However the House Committee L At CamP Ma Ka B "' the **>ami an air forcc for the Haganah, the of Sr Knesset decSed Monday !o' V MHA day xl camr t Ty f ". Jewish defense force. Th* embryo recommendI thsHhi elccSns n^ ^S 1 "" 9 *? T**, the,r annual1 air force, which consisted of Piper hel !" Nov 3 Instead ofNov 17 £*" ,0 L the 'l !" javernight to Cubs and called itself the Pales VrHZL .ii"! ;f ..... "Jl, tamp Greynolds. The pvogrjm L£ Aero club supplied the expe i rience and training for the test such time as Mr. Lansburgh rel0 ,h e Knesset deferring the mum%  • %  It'll fl APtlriMlain .-._ n • *v ^. ._ J At the same time it was learned WiR be centered around Indian that the government will propose low< and ndian Vlvinf % climaxed |Atcordir*g te Friedlandar, the commander immediately xr.ted a special cemmittee tad of Harry Cohan, noil executive eommitteemen, rl Neal Heller, national inter caniam chairman, and Iriediender. | Cohen contacted Lanaburgh's .—^ BAL SHACHRIS .ANTID FOI TIM RI0M KOUPATS Lai Ziea Ceasr., Rev West. Reesea l eov. Appl, te Rabbi Sakwartx. Ini r o- Hotel, 14th g Oceea eV. Miomi Reach, Florida ^WW>wAHWW*WWW-n. turns, the special Jewish War Veterans committee are agreed that no precipitous action should be taken." But Cohen declared Wednesday: "I have polled the Americanism Commission, as wall a* a number of the JWV member' ship, and there seems to be the prevailing sentiment that in view ef Mr. Bruno's comment in his column and the latter from Mr. Lensburgh's office which denies the remark as published, there is a difference of opinion regarding what actually said." 100 COPIES (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT er Report • Abstract) • %  % %  l Black A White) WMCtO OH RONS PAPER WHiLF YOU WAITI $2.00 SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. ICth Street Phong FR 1-C815 Cohen added that "we feel in the interests of justice and Jewry that the remark should be clarified, and full opportunity given for whatever explanation may be forthcoming. Either Mr. Lansburgh did make Ihe remark, or he did not, and the truth must be traced down in thi> important matter." cipal elections for one year and | amending the municipal election law to enable mayors to be elected by popular vote. Mayors are now chosen or elected by the members of the municipal court. The talks which President BenrZvi has been conducting with, leaders of various political groups regarding the formation of a new Cabinet were concluded Monday. i The last groups to be consulted were the three Arab factions within the Knesset and the Communist Party. AH indications were that no new Cabinet could be formed and was that the old Cabinet, which officially resigned, would remain as a caretaker government until after the November national elections. Summer Classes For Teachers Israel Cabinet Discusses Suez Continued from Page 1-A by an Indian camp fire. At the North County YMHA camp. Camp Noar. "Fantasy Land will.be the theme. An exciting trip was meanwhile taken, which helped campers learn more about science and medicine at the experimental laboratories of the Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. These day camps are part of the GMJCC social group work program which is supported by the United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Isidore B. SimJcowitz is Center president. that came in the Arab invasion of Israel and the subsequent War of Liberation. When Israel's independence was proclaimed in May, IMS, Gen. Weizmann rose to the command of the first fighter squadron, which then consisted of a few obsolete World War II fighters. In 1951, he went to England for studies at the RAF Staff CoUege for a year, returning home to set up the first Staff and Command Course of the Israel Air Force, which be commanded for 18 months. ST A II NO JULY 1.1 SA 1 •to ANNUM GUITAR IHSnuaiON %  %  n SPANISH A AMERICAN By teacher et Stevit Rateable* f'rrmere Boy Guitarist, Age tt R CHARD EVANS FR 7-S104 134 NW 17th Cf.. APT. ft, MIAMI Pleat* phone er drop pottcard for >"B ttlntrn* nt. Summer classes tor Hebrew teachers sponsored by the Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami commence Wednesday evening, and will meet regularly thereafter 8 to 10 p.m. at Kneseth Israel Congregation. The classes, scheduled for six weeks, will be conducted by Davad Kosenfcld and Joshua Stadlan, with emphasis on "Customs and I Ceremonies" and "The Prayer 1 Book 'in the Hebrew School." In charge of information are Sol of Foreign Minister Gerchakov and Mrs. Zvi Feinstein. and Acting Foreigj (In ftm July 1,1W) PALMIST %  MADAM ROOCRTS Indian Reader na .dvlor en all probrema en low*. mirriag., buaineee. AH reading* are |P"vjt and confidential at SSU NW. 7th Avenue for AppoiiU m w H PL 14410 MMNMBNBVMV MADAME CHEROKEE '" A palm reading, tell your past. •". future Oifted reader, ad '• ou in ail matter*. Help you '" > .kniii a ti-owaie. iniwtr all you, questions. See tier today, temor,p w „,,„ ,„ ta9 (M Advle* OH mirr a. lev*, business. 2427 N. Miami Avenue FR 1-OSOft VVVr^ [**l '-*! *f>.jrfl_| t the absence 'Golda Meir Minister Ben-Gurion, the details of i Hammarksjold's report were pre: sented to the Cabinet.by Dr. Walter Eytan, director general of the Foreign Ministry. The report dealt with the resuits of HammerskioW's negotiatiem with President Nasser of the Unltad Arab RopubH* •" opening the Suoi Canal far the passage ef Israeli cargoes and en N>e fate ef te Danish vessel Inge teft detained •••"trance te the Sues Canal for carrying Israeli cargo. (Areewrt tVem Lender s.W that the United Arab Repuolie Custom Department aucHanad Saturday the Israeli cargo of potash, eement and fruH juices salted r TOS Sy Liberia vessel Capitan Menolis i„ Feb. 25 while the ship was passing through the Roes Canal.) Some importance was •"•<**) here to the sudden departure Isst weekend from the United Nations headquarters in New York of Andrew W. Cordier, executive assistant to Hammarksjold, who carries the responsibility for following up administrative UN work in the Middle East. Cordier left for Geneva to meet there with Hammarskjold and. Ma j. Gen. Carlsson von Horn, chief of the UN forces on the Egyption-Israeli border. It was report-; ed here that Cordier was in touch, with the Israel delegation at the* United Nations before he left for Genevs. The Cabinet meeting also heard a report from Abba Eban, former Israel Ambassador to toe United States, on his tour of duty in Washington. A report was also presented to the Cabinet on the talks now being held in London between the World Bank president Eugene Black and British Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd. The World Bank is now considering a loan to Egypt for widening the Suez Canal. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS account. are INSURED to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal government. 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Jewish HoridB* Bsaaae 'Jewlstfhr** 9 1 fikkif.-TuTy n. i9S9 OUR MARRIAGE COUNSELOR /y Samuel CjUVU*$ Mfolfj NATIONALLY FAMOUS MfilMMI AUTHORITY, LECTUMM MIO A No man. said George Bernard Shaw, dares write Jjthe truth about marriage while his wife lives. Nor. She might have added, after she is dead. To write the truth about any subject is difficult. •TTo write the truth about love and marriage is vir luallv impossible. Actually, we do not want the truth, especially 'when it tramples on long-established and cherished 'beliefs. We much prefer harmless pleasantries and linnocuous fictions that do not disturb anyone's emotions. We prefer sweetness and light, pap and be •-Suiting nonsense, to anything that might make us 'think and take stock of ourselves. For every man who has read Freud or Adler or Jung, there are a thousand who read nothing but trash. For every woman who has read Bahac or Anatole France, there are ten thousand who obtain their 'inspiration" from the Confession and Screen magazines, and their understanding of psychology from 1 perusal of the lovelorn columns. This is one reason, perhaps, why I believe Ea -opean culture is vastly superior to ours, and whyhe average Englishman and Frenchman is more jrbane and civilized. Men Not Excluded For the typical European is not only a more ivid reader of newspapers; he is a much more voracious reader of books. Indeed, education for him is nore than a stepping stone up the dubious ladder t naterial success, or a means of winning so-called riends and influencing people. For the civilized European, knowledge has a /alue of its own. and he is often absorbed in Ks luest. Art and music are part of his life. Thriving n ideas, he reads books to acquire and discuss them, snowing full well that the unexplored life is only lalf a life, hardly worth the effort of living. All this is by way of preface to last week's colimn which seems to have created something of a uror. In that column, I pointed out a type of predaory female that seems to infest the hotels of Miami ieach, just as they infest the hotels in most resort owns. But if anyone thinks that what I said applies •xclusively to women, he is badly mistaken. Certainly one of the most unpleasant and un, avory types that seem to be attracted to Miami leach is the predatory male on the prowl for a ich woman to wed This parasitic creature la, typically, a widower in his fifties or early sixi.es: IMI frequently he is divorced. In either case he has accumulated a few thousand dollars as a result of some jetty business, but has succeeded in accumulating liltle else. He has little interest in art and less in music: his interest in books is largely restricted to the hank book variety: and he is as devoid of ideas as a tele vision script writer. What makes him oven more obnoxious is that he is likely to be noisy and aggressive. His Irresistible Charm Now the pathetic part about this deluded male is that while he has absolutely nothing to offer an I intelligent woman, he insists that his virtues are such that they would only be appreciated by a wealthywidow or divorcee, and they are the only kind of; women he is interested in; in fact they are the onlykind he pursues. Actually, this type of parasitic male has a specious charm that some women find irresistible. He knows how to make small talk, to be gallant when it suits bis purpose, and to give a woman the impression he is genuinely interested in her when actually he is interested only in her bank account. Such a man sometimes succeeds in getting some wealthy widow or desperate divorcee to succumb to his blandishments, and when he does—nine times ost of ten—the unlucky woman is likely to rue the da\ I she ever met him. For no man worth his salt likes the idea of being supported by a woman, no Matter how be may rationalize or justify his behavior. Miami Beach, as everyone knows, attracts a strange assortment of dubious characters. Manycome to escape impossible situations at home, either financially or emotronaHy: some to live down their 1 shoddy past. All too often their backgrounds are cheap and sordid, and it is relatively easy for such scoundrels to invent all sorts of fictitious backgrounds with which to entice unsuspecting women. The only advice I have tooffer suck women is to' investigate carefully before accepting a marriage' proposal from a comparative stranger If they do. they may spare themselves a great deal of grief f later on. Mr. Clint is evallaklt far private mrrmgt CMaitiiaf mt tkt NaaflaetM Medical kW,., ,'. Mi..,' ^ Because 80 countries around the world follow a program to encourage hiring the handicapped, which originated in Miami under the guidance of Burdine's vice president B. Hiram Blakey (left) a citation was recently presented to Burdine's president Alfred H. Daniels (center) by Leo Axlrod. of Miami secretary of the world committee on employment of the handicapped. When Blakey was president af the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce in 1950. his committee organized procedures now followed around the world, and Burdine's itself hires personnel for intrinsic ability, with many so-called "handicapped" employees in positions that require meeting the puMfc. The citation, first recommended locally, gained support ham Go*. LeRoy Collins, and finally won signature approval from Gen. Melvin J. Maes, chairman af President Eisenhower's committee on employment of the handicapped. B*nai B'rith has adopted this program nationally, and it has been accepted by the organization's triennial international conference fust -concluded in Israel. Soviet Newsmen Hit Arms Deal LONBON-UTAu-Soviet newspapers and radio broadcasts Sunday denounced* Israel and West Germany in connection with the emu deal between these two" countries and caHed the deal "a despotabte sect between the Israeli men on the toe and the West German revenge seekers." taby Formula Service Assures Top A laboratory dispensing prescrip.ion-filled baby formulas for home elivery is now servicing parents f new babies in the Greater Miami rea. Known as Baby's Formula Servx. Inc.. the company operates rom a brand new $200.00* laboraary complete with the most mod rn equipment available at 2120 W 10th ave. The laboratory will handle any >rmula prescribed by a physician, lakes hospital deliveries daily and ome deliveries every other day he lab will also make emergency &f liveries at any home. A Baby's Formula Service Gift Certificate is now available to persons wishing to mark the arrival of a newborn of a friend or relative by the presentation of a choice gift. There an four gift programs available in Dade county as described in the firm's announcement is this week's isue of The Jewish Floridian. "Formulas are prepared by regtered nurses from doctor's preoptions and under the most sterile conditions possible to achieve," according to Aran M. Baskin, executive administrator of Baby's Formula Service. Baskin lives at 2230 SW 83rd ave,, Miami. "With this service, parents are rehwved of the time-consuming job of sterilizing kottles, mixing and sterilizing formulas in their kitchens, and then fussing with nipples that clog up because of milk scum," Baskin explained. Baby's Formula Service lick* the milk scum problem by flash cooling formulas immediately after formula sterilization. Bottles art sealed by a plastic cap with nipples in an upright position, ready for instant us* after removal of the cap. Each rack of bottles is then sealed with transparent plastic material and placed in a scientifically con trolled refrigerator to await delivery by refrigerator truck. Baskin got the idea for the formula service while sterilizing bottles and mixing formulas for a baby of his own several years ago Since then, he has visited formula "service plants in San Francisco. New York, Philadelphia and sev ;eral other major U.S. cities, and. spent considerable time consulting [ ; w ih medical, pharmaceutical and i scientific laboratory experts concerning equipment and laboratory i design. Haves thai £ Business Meeting. # Banquet, or 8 Special Occasion J YowH find complete facilities to exactly esfttfy your needs in tee Kivnet, AlacMin. Sdteherasee* and Ruboryot Rooms, be for a wadding or a private petty I _! th SEASON III I* AH (OKDIIIOnED MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM SUNDAY EVENING, JlilY 19, AT 8:30 PM D'ARTEGA "ALL GERSHWIN PROGRAMROBERT MUELLER, PianUt jruflrU3UBRZr-Jr •>, Amidon'., HI S-2070. 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Friday. July 17. 1959 +• Jew I si) fhrkMtn Page 5-B from Pag* IB S randpKenWTe Mr. a#d,Mrs. A. H. Soowal. of Hwlryw*od .. Paternal grandparents a/ e .Mr and Mrs A J. Habcr, No. Miami Beach Guests included, Ihp Bobo family, of Tampa, and Dr. and Mrs. Evan Katz. of Miami AJso: Mr. and Mrs Aivw I. Friedman, J0975 SW 53rd dr., increased Ibeir family to five May 21 ... The new additions are Clark Erin and Craig JEven First bom m the family is twoMar-old Scott Floyd Double Bris was July 5. with Rev Abraham Seif officiating Maternal grandparents are the late Mi and Mrs. Sam Friedman, of Atlanta .Great grandmothers are Mrs. Rachel Scjiechtcr and Mrs. Rebecca Nonkin, Albany. N.Y. Mrs. Ethel Shochet postcard ing it from Vtnezia Lido in Italy in publisher son Fred K. Shochet that she would be off July 5 for \ Lima Then a card from Vienna informing friends next stop was Zurich Sh' doing the continent with Mrs. Sally Gardner. whose children are Dr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Gardner, of Washington. DC Mrs. Albert Bachcr was hostess last week to members of the Temple Israel Sisterhood workshop in honor'of her birthdayMrs. Reba Weiss, head of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rho Pi Phi, international pharmacy fraternity, is stopping at the Deauville Staying at the Seville is former supreme councillor of the fraternity. Max Satloff Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn. Henderson ville. N.C.. are Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bregmari, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. M. Axler. Mrs. K. White, Mrs 1. Berman.Mrs. S. Richer. Mrs B. Rudnik. Mr. and Mrs. S. Keith,.Mr. ajjd.Mrs. N. J.. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tessler. Mr. and Mrs. William Chuzmir. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dutch. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Postal. .Mr. and .Mrs. Irving Biasberg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Per win c a > > Flo and Jack Apte and Bella and Henry Jacobson write from Gothenburg. Sweden, that they've already been to London, Amsterdam and Oslo Coming itinerary: Copenhagen, where they intend staying put for a while, then on to Berlin, Munich and Vienna Mrs. Harry (Jennie) Gordon was guest of honor at a party last woe* in the Dupont Plaza honoring her on the occasion of her birthday Friends presented her with a white orchid Her mother. Mrs. J.L. Hartz, was given a purple orchid Friends present included Mrs. Newt (Faye) Levenson. Mrs. Irving (Pete) Hirsh, Mrs. Leonard (Natalie) Egert. Mrs. John (Bess) Feller, Mrs. George (Sara) Feller, Mrs. Meyer (Sophie) Schwartz, Mrs. Ben (Fanya) Green, Mrs. Helen Cole. Mrs. Paul (Lift Sobel. Mrs. Max (Edith) Blicber, Mrs. Sam (Eleanor) Friedman. Mrs. Milton (Reba) Rothman. Mr*. Harold (Veeda) Cromer and Mrs. Milton (Ethel) Adler Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Elaine) Lyons' older son was recently elected to membership in Phi Kappa Phi, national honor society, and appointed assistant professor of European history at Stale Teachers College in Minot. N.D. ... His younger sister and brother are now in the competition Elaine's daughter, Evelyn, who lives in San Diego, Calif., and has two children, was recently c bosen pee Of a number of applicants as French translator for a special UaJted Nations committee now. in session in California Not to he outdone, youngest son. Jose M. We.dl. career man in the Air Force, passed his Lit exams in live Cfijtfses and came up with five A's ..He's attending special classes at the University of Maryland Jose, who saw service in Europe. Japan. Korea, and recently returned from a hitch in Alaska, is married and has a yearpjd soo. ... U'tWHMIMe Gershwin Concert Sunday at Pops; D'Artega Back for Second Engagement D'Artega, renowned composer-' "Wintergreen for President" and* conductor arranger, returns Sun] "Of Thee I Sing," and "An American m Baris." •— Jtltft* Mumia day, evening in "An Evening of Music by George Gershwin at the University of Miami Summer Symphony's seventh pop concert in the air-conditioned Miami Beach Auditorium. D'Artega's second pops appearance this summer follows his record breaking sellout prformance at Ihe series' opening concert early last month. Featured soloist for the program it Robert Mueller, internationally-known American pianist, who will perform Gershwin's popular "Rhapsody in Blue" and me third movement from tha "Concerto in P." V In addition, two young local artists, soprano Veronica McCormick „ and her brother, baritone James Carnegie Hall debut won wide McCormick, will sing selections critical acclaim for his keyboani D'Artega, widely known for originating the Now York Phil harmonic's series of spring pop concerts, has directed orchestras for network radio, television, recording* arid the cancert stage. In'motion pictures ho portrayed the "role of Tchaikovsky in rhe United Artists production "Carnegie Hall," as well as conducting the music for the film. Hit sertg, "In the Blue of Evening," hat become a standard in the popular and semiclassical repertoires. Mueller, born in Decatur, studied piano under Harold Logan in San Francisco. Mueller's 'Town Hall debut in 1952 and his later Druzes Cheer ^ McCormick, will sing selections critical acclaim lor nis xeyooarn „ILyFA—(JTA>—The Druze popu from "Porgy and Bess," the re-! artistry. He has appeared as'nu lation of 18 villages throughout Is vived musical soon to be seen rnerous recitals throughout th< rael converged on a Druze village across the country as a lavish moj United States and Europe. %  •a. H!A r l*ita l'lil nA n uinlnnmi. >!.._ _I—a.._. *v>*n A* • n l %  nn T%tr\ Glim. Xfjmnninn n n A IniVlAl sVI t>( *1 W III U' L Europe. in Western" Galilee to welcome a 0 n picture production. The SumVeronica and James McCormick Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion mer Symphony will also be heard both born and raised in Miarn; on his visit to the community .in a symphpnic synthesis from recently won a world-wide trir/fol The Premier arrived by beli-' "Porgjr as recorded by D'Artega lowing a singing contest sponsored copter and landed to the cheers of m bjs latest record album, "The by radio station WGBS. bearded sheiks, soldiers, border Gershwin Story." Other program highlights in in,Ymars Aao This W—k elude D'Artega's arrangements of •**"' "Gershwin on Broadway/' with "Suwanee." "Embracea>le You" and "Strike Up the Band" in fea 272 Jews, trying to enter Pelesbn lured segments, the overture to against Mandatory reguletions. policemen, disabled veterans, farm' ers, teachers and young people. ; Wonien and girls of the community, wearing traditional costumes, pro''vMetf a colorful background for < the reception. On a specially constructed dais, the Prime. Minister received greet ings of the Druze spiritual leader, i Sheik amin Tarif. Druze Knesset I members and other elders. In j flowery speeches they praised the efforts of the government of Israel for the Druie community. The Prime Minister shook hands with parents who had lost sons in the Israel War of Liberation. Jerusalem: British authority this week captured a ship 1 bean n Tobias gclo st.. FM Budget Kloiarof 5711 MichgJanchief of two major accounting and i division of receipts, in the bureau of accounting. He also taught for 16 years in the evening sessions of the College of the City of New York jind .".New York University. A yefijgan of both Wotjd Wars, Klein in World War H held the fgnk of office. In addition.to serying as budget director. Klein will retain fiMfUy status and will continue to teach Classes in his specialty, municipal accounting. For Social Functions with a flair that will make for a magnificent affair !" (DEAUVILLE Complete Catering Facilities for that Spocial Party Served in an elegant fashion within a luxurious setting that will reflect your good Usle. • nasties • sKJHiaas •. awtest caanttuneai • fotas. uatem Teue-lete or a gala ceJebraUee with 3,590*gu,e*t... jrrflBfstfi 0 CAUBMM jAtMIMU _, •kenei Igt 54511 MU eJOtantMw, CoeavVaf sW. ON UK OCIAN ,47* f. **th St.., .*—* -*• .fry! Oabtes. frre jrrty s HAPPY THt aUri&ea by ^fj^j j •tntlne. the .Jt^T'eer.iee t Tkt c.^ v ,.*e*we n.faaM| •#*• fat an affair Ts now • %  nantoa Of Mia**. UtiK* nbreaeahaf imf aUllroea. PetiU BallrooM. Ivory tower, Upper SosflM Chik, din_ C hooai as Tkl gcaea* for eay ajrae per g ekaWa -Room, Cardinal ROOM, fowa ef (uaetioa wiU be year aamtraoea of %  ertS' •a core/rot aa it to #oT*W for Jdaes eed hifinuTfl" eN ajtntut nKimat, Oiroefer ef OaWee sex JE 8-6811 a/ony CQUJNS AT m**r mmm~/vuU —• auditing divisions of .the New York City municipal government, wHJ become director of the budget for the L'niveraity of Miami on Aug. 45. In announcing the appointment, UM president Jay P. W. Pearson said that "appointment of a budget diseeter, Which has been approved by the board of trustees, is another step taken by the university administration to apply the most modern business ieenniciues In or1 der to obtain the fullest possible waive &• each and every dollar Vim**-" KWtc, Hr the peat, \\ jrae !" •" attittant twsfasoar In the detr.Hon, In his new eeeltten wUI werk directly under the siiper.^aanef •* I. Ceher^vlc. pretident *4 treesorer of the .^iw^rfty. He will he aa charg. •I ejcoparino *** mewaanawi daily centre! e the wnlverslry JSpet. which during the pest fiscal' year, ending May 31, exceeded )Z,e.tta covering mere than 100 eWpartments. Born in New York City Mar. 21, 1899. Klein received his diploma in accounting from the College of the City of New York In Ml. The same year be became a certified public accountant in New Hamp• hire .^ 1 For y. h WM ,n offIC, J in the CampttwUCT* ^ ct ol ** City of New York, serving bltf of the bureau of external audit Md syeie-u gnd a. chief of the



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jay. !Iy 1% ***? 'JkmMsfiJhfi Irs. Block Picks [ilk Organza eniple Israel wn the site of 6 p m. weddin* Sunday. July onitinu Ann Gail Ruskin and kckael Jay Block in marriage. %  bbi Joseph Narot officiated. ie bride is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Oscar Ruskin, 1111 S. ^netian ct., Miami. The groom it son of Mrs. Sydney Block, 807 fcronimo dr.. Coral Gables, and late Mr. Block. Matron of honor waa Mrs. Robj C. Ma goon. Paul Shlekman was tt man for hia brother-in-law. he bride chose a ballerinath white silk organza chantilly gown, featuring an illusion _Jine. Her bouquet was of white chids and lily-of-the-valley. Kewlywed Mrs. Block is a grade of the University of Miami. r husband is also a UM gradt, attended the university law ool, and operates a men's apjrol shop In Coral Gabies. He bepged to Alpha Epsilon Pi social latrrnity. IReception fallowed the cereony at the Deauville hotel Ailer | honeymoon spent in Mexico, the uple will live hi M'uni. '" 4BBBVBJ Per £m 1 1 JafJ • ^ %  1 In 1 4 al "?aoH ? %  Beach For Edelsteins The former Marilyn Helene Zion chose a chiffon gown over slipper satin featuring beads and sequins and a veil of chantilly lace for her marriage May 13 at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mark Slass and Mr. Jacob Zion, of Miami. The groom. Aaron Ja> (Chuck) Edelstein. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Edelstein, Miami Beach. Luncheon and reception followed the ceremony at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Leah Nirenstein, of Macon, Ga., was among the out-of-town guests. The couple are living in New York, where Mr. Edelsiein is with the Stock Exchange. _iA4S. 4AIOM fMlSTflN abbinical Group : avors El Al I NEW YORK—Rabbinical Counof America, largest orgamzaon of Orthodox rabbis in the naDn. at ita 23rd annual convention the Pine View hotel. South >burg, N. Y., unanimously adopted a resolution favoring El Al Israel Airlines. The resolution of the rabbinical body, which has a membership of more than 700 rabbis serving as spiritual leaders for some one million Jews, urged its members and members of its affiliated congregations "to give first consideration in their travel plans to the use of El Al Israel Airlines." Describing El Al as a link between Israel and the Jewish communities in the United States, the resolution stated that "flying with El Al to Europe and Israel constitutes support of the State of Israel." CORAL GABIES CONVALESCENT HOME -A 'rteadr, md Oesrw 4 f i aa.rs far Taes* Tea leve" A NCW Muaai UUIONU* IO CARS nm nw.n, CHauwjcauT ill AND CONVAliSCiNTS 14-HOUt REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE Special Diet. Strictly Observed. Prtvat. Bathreoms, Air-Condition.d Spacious Ground*. Patio, humming Pool. Planned Activities ALL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR Reasonable) Rates Brochure on Request Ferdinand H. RosenthaL Dlreclor-Ownef Formor H 't Olr. Mt. Sinai Hospital Oir.ctor, Jewish Horns for th. Aosd Clsvsland. Ohio Pittsburgh. Pa. 7060 S.W. 8th Street Miami Flo. Phone MO 6-8826 personalize sarvka al tha blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money un 6-1233 24 htm tonka oxcoof rash hashono and yam kiaavr Greenbergs Have Sunday Vows Miss Kathryn Sophia Simons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simons, of North Miami Beach and Rochester, H. Y., and GeTWd* Green berg, son of the Victor Greenbergs of Rochester, were married Sunday, June 7, in the Sheraton hotel. The bride, whose parents' local address is 1531 NE 161st st., North Miami Beach, is a graduate of North Miami High School. She attended Greenbrier and Charron Williams Commercial Colleges. Her husband, a Navy veteran, attended Rochester schools. • o Cettn-Fetter Honeymooning in Mexico City and Acapulco are Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Conn, who were married Saturday, June 6, at the Seville hotel. The bride is the former Miss Rhode Feller, daughter of the Louis Fellers, 7*5 Alton rd. t Miami Beach. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Cohn. 812 Raymond, Parkview Island, Miami Beach. The newly weds will live in Daytona Beach. • • • NeejerBrown Miss Frieda Brown, daughter of Page 7* i CM arwiinglu uours, idhh Appiobsum iioni wall-oarnod vacation, return shortly with views en the latest fashion trends the Greater Miami clubwomen of yoor acoxiaintance \ 1 column will news abcut Mr. and Mrs. Aden Brown, 1491 SW 64th ave., became the bride of Barry Roy Nager Sunday, June 7, in Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach. Her husband is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Nager, of New York City. Mrs. Nager graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Florida. Her husband la a New York University graduate and received his law degree from the University of Miami last month. Zipper • Cohen Miss Ina Millicent Cohen ar.de Joseph Samuel Zipper exchanged* wedding vows and rings Sunday, June 7, in the Coronet hotel, Mt ami Beach. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jac Cohen, 601 SW 51st ave., the bri.l graduated from Miami Seniu High School. Her husband is a set. ior at the University of Miami ands attended the University of Florida. Mr. Zipper is the son of Mr. andMrs. Al Zipper, 1942 SW 7th si. arts, cmwttac MfS. COHN MKS HAGlt mas. urrt* TO TIE Emm CHILD ^FORMULA fit HAPPINESS... If it were in your power to give the newborn baby in your family anything you wished, wouldn't the gift of "health and happiness" be your first choice? A BABY'S FORMULA SERVICE GIFT CERTIFICATE is the nearest thing to making this wish come tree! Baby's Formula Service takes the formula the DOCTOR has prescribed into its modern laboratory. Under the supervision of licensed nurses and the same sterile conditions found in a hospital operating room, the ingredients are faithfully compounded by specially designed scientifically controlled equipment! 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r July 17. 1359 *w/s/> FUskUnr Pag* 13h TALES Of MORALS I /st/if and his young ion mere |TI( through /orfii irrien the uhrJ for permitsism to run and search for kernes. Per R< m U-SJ granted only after he mud to reply when he heard ftther call. When the father %  ,fii f.i that hu son had gone a odtrahle distance, he tailed out urn but the boy. busv with hi' arch, failed to answer. The father overtook, him and admonished "If sou do not heed my voice. mil loie yosir way." MORAL: The same is true for i til. If we do not heed the Voice God. we are apt to get lost in \, forest of life. • A wealthy man too\ pay on live per men and advanced them monio enable them to earn a living. wiser man opened a small store Ud h\ careful management saved (ic'iich money to return the loan. he benefactor was delighted and de him a gift of the origin*! turn. he second man was haphazard thr manner in which he handled le borrowed money. He indulged luxuries he could ill-afford. Soon was in financial strain and could pi mrrt his obligations. The lenduas angered and foreclosed upon im MORAL: There is reward to him %  ho iites uith wisdom. v& OL ^J m OfJHiatni's Religious £if< *•• IS MM AMD M COOrtKAUOM WnH T*l ttmjtAl 11 AMIS Of 1*1 MM'nWMH lAHHtlCAl MSM. • %  ces in ;/ etrew rOttvertation It ABM fAAKOV •OftNtifG differences fcsW Urn 3irn m iiv It T I T %  ? T I •• T I %  V lrisrt *?# ms^g ]1CK*I b^nnnrrnnrtinKn rue a I 1 t : T I T T -l-T TT mm TirrnB I,TDO | T T • X • I • IDH ^ ,]a3 ,qou rm rasp pna ^Dxarn -raain fwno jriii ninn-ne ni naly *?tf an -asaa 1 ? T I I vnzvi TPPTD Tina /^xn-^naa nan nrixai .DTfrrnm Dalian •vr i^aa ninn Via i^n >Vn Dii ,nrian *?$ narp l VW$ oipa Vaa a*#-Tn A NSI AWN Citrus Fruit Thi branch it very important the economy of Israel. It occu>" %  the first place in the export H the State. In the past year the fricome from the aale of citrus fruit % broad was about $50 million dol!"!"This is in addition, of course. the fruit told and consumed "thm the country iUelf. The citrus branch provides a %  ulihood for a large number of 'orkers. During the months of the harvest 20,000 workers are employed m the orchards and in packing the fruit in the large, [modern packing houses. The branch has grown conslderjably in the yeara of the* existence N the State, and today, too. new orchards are, being planted in I'very place where the soil u suitable. Published by Brif lvrtt Olamit) Advance Sake of Heaven By RABBI YAAKOV ROSENBERG Both David Synagogue One of the growing problems confronting American Jewry, generally, and our own Greater Miami Jewish community, specifically, is the over-abundance of organization, albeit worthwhile organizations. This fact is responsible for the hypersensitivity which most people manifest in the organizational realm. The portion of the Torah read last Sabbath morning in the synagogue contains for us a vital message, valid for all of us who arc members of this organization age. This Torah reading reviews for ur-the classic opposition of Ko/ach and his cohorts against the leadership of Moses and Aaron. Opposition or difference of opinion is nothing novel within the Jewish community. Four thousand years of Jewish living and thinking are replete with one kind of "Machioket" or another. Probably the finest example of varying opinions is to be found in the discussions recorded in the Talmud. There have always been differing schools of interpretations—Hillel and Sham mai. Rav and Schmuel, Abaye and Rovo — and yet in the fact of all of these differences, the collective opinion of the sages of old was "Aylu Vaylu Divray Elokim Chayim"—"These and these are the -words of the living God." Nonetheless, the sages of old were able to differentiate as to the kind of difference of opinion one maintained. A "Machioket"—a difference of opinion—was conceived of being either L'shaym Shamayim, for the sake of Heaven, that is, for the sake of principle, or else it was regarded only as a matter of personal preference or self-aggrandizement. In the "Ethics of the Fathers," the sages make it quite clear a difference of opinion for the sake of Heaven is to be regarded as valid and as such, may endure. If, however, it is a difference based upon personalities and one's own ego, this is considered invalid and may not endure. The classical example they give of this latter instance is the episode reviewed in the Torah portion—Korach and his rebellion". How good it would be if in our congregational affairs, as well as other communal and organizational realms, we might remember this rabbinic teaching. Differences of opinion, when expressed sincerely, when meant constructively, are good and proper and healthy. Only such differences should command our attention and our keen analysis and understanding. Let us gear all our actions that our lives, individually and collectively, congregationally and organizationally, may be dedicated L'shaym Shamayim—for the sake of Heaven. KNOW YOUR HERITAGE Vocabulary of Jewish Practices In Traditional Human Kindness Peaoh— Corners of the field. One way of dispensing charity as taught in the Torah (Lev. 23:22) | was to leave a corner of the harvest of the field for the poor and the stranger. In this manner the needy were not subjected to embarrassment. • • • G'milus Chasfldim — Bestowal of loving kindness. Loving kindness is an act not only toward the living but also toward the dead. It is the complete understanding of human needs and suffering and expresses the virtue of "rachmonus." This characteristic is abova and beyond the usual .meaning of charity. Talmud Tarah-Stwdy of law. If one assists others to study the Torah it is considered a "mitz-1 vah" of great stature. The study of torah is considered the "Etz Chayim"—the tree of life. CANDLEUGHTtNG TIM 11 Tamuz — 6:55 p.m. *Se rvice* \JIt i 0 W/e ekenJ ADATH YESHURUN. 17080 Collins •v. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Hereon. Canter Sen Zien Klrschenbaum. AOUDATH ISRAEL 7S01 Carlyle in OilWesl u ir. RabW Isaac Ever. PVIday 7 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Orumbler* and F^ult!• Indent— A Chronic I>lseae." 2S38 SW 1Mb ave. Maxwell Sllberman, AS* YOUR RABBI to ft* ham a swest'— w JT~1 -B^tTla-m* ewrta-. y^ r ^Vfc./ r are •* The Jswish %  ill. IT-. • he -•••*' "* %  ** I ; ^.a^ ,-^Hk-Jr, •• rrik|ta aad t icirHwel s—ltar i Kibud Av Vo-Em—Honoring father and mother. Respect 01 parents is a primary human duty. Its reward is great. This commandment follows the Sabbath command because the Sabbath is the source and the guarantor of family life. A e e Hacr-rtosas Orchim — Hospitality to wayfarers. The Jewish way of life would have fallen short of its religious goal if places of refuge to house the poor, the stranger and the wayfarer were overlooked. Jewish communities the world over even to this day have organized a Hachnosas Orchim." Bikkur Chollm— VisrHnf Hie> sick. Visiting the sick is another noble commandment which our sages exhorted to the people. This "mitzvah" is traced ba^k to the time when the angels called upon the patriarch Abraham to bless him when he was ill. e e e Hachnosas KaM—Dowery for the ANSHE EMES. Conservative. president. BETH DAVID. 24*6 SW 3rd ave. Camaervatlve. Rabbi Vaakov Resenberej Cantor William W. Lipson. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rebbi Solomon Schrff. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W. Hereon. Cantor Hyman Eeln. Friday 815 p.m. iSuer-t *iilr1tual leader: Rabbi Abraham Heraon. Sr-rmon: "Thr Individual and Hlr. Place In Ju•lalvm." Saturday a.m. BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or. thodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber Stern. Canter Maurice Mamchea. BETH RAPHAEL. IS* NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria "Becksr. BETH TFILAH. SSS Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. P.O. Box 34-5*4. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Saturday 8:45 a.m. at 8*40 SW ISth at. Sermon: "Inntlcatlon and Insurrection." DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 181*0 NW 2nd ave. Conaervative. Cantor EmanUOl Mandel. FLAGLER GRANADA. BO NW B1et pi Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. H-lday 8:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Har Mltavah: Mark S. son of ilr. and Mr*. I --.HI Wltten. FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. iuV E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marius Raneon. Cantor Sherwin Levine. HEBREW ACADEMY. SIS *th at. Orthe*on. Rabbi Alexander Grees. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONOREOATION. 1160 W. Stth St., Palm Springe. Jack Kirachbaum, president. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. JOSO Polk St. Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER, ill* SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschell Saville. Cantor Berele Kelemer. I*rlday S:4."> p.m. Saturday a.m. Sermon: %  •Ciiinmenaunite l'unl*hinent." MONTICELLO PARK. 184th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Saturday 9 a.m. tiue*t spiritual leador: Rabin Mas Booker. <>r DaJtoa, %  ;;• Itar MttStrah: Btsrven. mm of Mr. and iml Mr*. Julian Frank. NORTH DADE CENTER. 13830 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Friday 8:IB p.m. Sermon: %  J erunali-m —Holy City. Saturday 9 a.m. NORTH SHORE CENTER. SCO 78th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643S SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday *:.10 |. m. Sermon: 'Manner it. GHAS Of WISDOM "Woe to him ivhoea nobody I 'i\e$: but beware of him whom &f rwrybody Idrei." —a. LAZFkOv "Anger leads to cotitembt and to I tin." —BRATZI.Avrn I "A soft answer turneth away if wroth." —raovERB'• "// peace, is absent, tverythmj; ;ut it he would be as an infant re lumng constant care." —-KoazTZKR ,| • "Cod's seal is truth. If thou "ufI •erest a lie. thou are guilty of forgi %  ng His seal." —TRisr I "As one thfn,i of God m his 1 heart, so does Cod think, of him CHASS1DIC LITERATURE 5 "Wudora is God's garment." —MEZEWTZl Which Service* Win be Conducted," Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5880 N. Kendall dr., B. Miami. Heierm Naobt Horsert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Frlda> :1.". p.m. Sermon: "Arc W. Wlsrr Than i'ur Fathers?" Naming' Sharon, dauchter of Mr. and Mia. Michael I-eff. futurdny 10 a.m. P..r Mltsvab: Lawrence Cllckman; HI-. II Von Zamft. TEMPLE > BETH EL. 1848 Polk St.. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreibar. Friday p.m. CJue*t Htx-aker: Ixiul.A. Charnow. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat* tvs. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb Cantor David Convloor. I Fridiiv II p.m. ajojvnesMtta by i Kr..nl*h. Saturday l 1". a.m. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 1*801 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Canter Ban Grotsberg TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irvin* Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th st, Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Borristein. Fridav B:lf p m. in Jacob H. Kaplxd I'hapel. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. *n Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuot Oornberg. Friday 8:1S p.m. Quest speaker: Vm 1'iyer T.iplc: 'I* There God?" Saturday 8:45 a.m. lish a home is a noble deed which TEMPLE SINA has been encouraged throughout the ages. EMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210* NE 15th ave. Reform. Babbi Benn* M. Wallach. Halvoyas Hs-mei — Att*ndin t* To help a needy bride to estabTo attend to the dead is an act which shows respect to man, the image of God. The "Chevra Kadisha" — sacred brotherhood — exists in many Jewish communities to attend to the last rites according to the customs of Israel. • • • Bein Adorn L'chavoriro—Between man and man. To bring peace between man and man is a meritorious act. Aaron the High Priest was an i"Ohev Sholwm." a lover of peace, land a "Rodeph Sholom," a pursuer of peace. Peace-making was and is a sacred duty developing upon every good Jew. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95t Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Lao Hum. rilday HI", p m. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 6720 SW 17th t*_ Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman. Friday 30 p.m. Saturday 9. a.m. Junior service* follow. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8*00 N. Miami ave. Conaervative. Friday 8:30 p.m. Hermsui W. Kut>:n, conrrera tlon prealdent, to officiate. j Saturday 8 a.m. • TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West av*. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caatet. Services Friday evening and Saturday morning;. Dally prayer and nu.illation. YOUNO ISRAEL. t7M NC 10th avo. Orthodox. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za • more ave. Conaervative. Rabbi BLeon Hurvaita. r ;. ./•-!%  <



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T efewish Floridian Combining THE jfWISJf IMWiT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Ium e 33 — Number 29 Miami, Florida, Friday, July 17, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20* Senate Beats Move To Knock Out Aid For Bigoted Nations By MILTON FRIEDMAN JTA Washington Bureau Chief WASHINGTON —(JTA) —A bold move to put the United States ale on record as favoring the withholding of American aid to nations h as Saudi Arabia which discriminate against American citizens bese of their religion was narrowly beaten this week. The move came in the form of an amendment to the Mutual Assistance Bill. It was rejected 47 to 43 in a vote that crossed party lines. Virtually all senators representing the Southern states lined up against the measure. ELECTION DATE ADVANCE SEEN DOUBTFUL Israel Cabinet Eyes Suez; Ben-Gurion Snubs Meet JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The Israel Cabinet met thfs week with Finance Minister Levi Eshkol presiding instead of Premier David Ben-Gurion who refuses to sit at the same table with the four left-wing Cabinet members representing the Mapam and Achdut Avodah—the two parties which refused to support the government on the arms deal with Western Germany. The ultimatum given by Mr. BenBen-Zvi Asks Prime Minister To Form Caretaker Government SfN. WAYM MOtSf A| S — —BBBsl • • • mmsmcrmriwm ozlov Shuns lews, Israelis In News Talk NEW YORK—(JTA)— Soviet first Deputy Premier Frol Kozlov eturned to New York Sunday ^om a tour throughout the United tates and held a press conference It the headquarters of the Soviet |elegation to the United Nations which no representative of the wish and Israeli press was inHted. Entrance to the conference fas by invitation cards only. Representatives of the general %  < %  •.•.. however, did not fail to ask Ir. Kozlov why Jewish culture is eing suppressed In the Soviet Jnion and why synagogues are be(ig closed down at a time when Religious institutions of other nationalities in the USSR are permitted to function freely. The Soviet Deputy Premier avoided giva reply to the question on the an of Jewish culture, and reiterated his denial of last week that synagogues are being liquidated In his country. During Ms stay t Chicago, Mr. Koslev visited the International Trade Pair there, but carefully avoided the Israel eevilion there. On the ether hand, ha stepped at the %  gyp fia n exhibit to chat and te ho photographed examining products mio in Egypt. In Pittsburgh, Mr. Kozlov was | taken by Vice Admiral Hyman G. [Rickover on a comprehensivo tour CentintMd on Papa IA Son. Wayne Morse, Oregon Democrat who introduced the amendment, told the Senate that we "desecrate" the American Hag by flying it ever the Dhahran air-base in Saudi Arabia. He said "these discriminators go so ar as te go through our Army personnel lists and make an investigation as to whether or not a boy sent over there is a Jew." The Senator held that "we should! not stand by and countenance that kind of discrimination against American citizens by pouring ^American dollars into the country which does it." Senators opposing the amendment argued that the United States itself practiced discrimination in its immigration legislation, and that the proposed amendment would constitute undue American interference into the domestic affairs of other countries. One objection was a view that the foreign aid bill should not be used "as a vehicle to convert the President of the United States into a policeman for the morals of all the nations which might be candidates for aid under the Mutual Assistance Act." Gurion that he would not partici pate in any Cabinet meeting at which the four "dissident" Cabinet members will be present was discussed Sunday by leaders of BenGurion's Mapai Party. Former Chief of Staff Moshe Dayan expressed hope that the Premier would change his attitude and would again attend the Cabinet sessions and preside over them. At the Cabinet meeting the report by United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold on his talks in Cairo was discussed. In Continued on Pago 5 A MINORITY GOVERNMENT FADES JTAPACE 5 A y Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—President Ben-Zvi was to receive Prime Minister Ben-Gurion Wednesday after completing talks with delegations of all parties on formation of a new government, and it was expected the President would ask Ben-Gurion to form a new government. : &f If Ben-Gurion demurs, the meeting Wednesday would constitute the first in a "second round" of consultations. Sen. Morse and San. Paul Douglas, Illinois Democrat, criticised the Administration for honoring the King of Saudi Arabia at a time whan Saudi Arabia was discriminating against Amerief Jewish faith. Sen. Morse recalled the 1936 Lehman Resolution adopted by the Senate, expressing the sense of the Senate against discrimination as practiced by Saudi Arabia. He said "the sad fact is that the principle of non-discrimination, contained in the Lehman Resolution, is not being maintained." Storm Rages Over Tennis Club Bar to Jews, Negroes smvrr POUS MW TOM sronrsmm .. PArrntf OF exclusion ... PAGE J-A NEW YORK--West German authorities acted this week to ensure that the West German Republic suffered no diplomatic, politlesl or economic repercussion, from the bomlbeU exploded in Israel by the revelation that Ural had sold munition, to W est Germany. Dofen.s Department officials* hastened to explain, and their ex plaaation* were quickly relayed by the Foreign Ministry to the Arab States. uSat the only reason why West Germany had placed arms orders with the Israeli concern was that the Israeli bid was considerably lower—by some 30 percent— than competitive bids. There was nothing political in awarding the contract to Israel, it was argued, and the West Germsn government would entertain bids on munitions it required, from Arab manufacturers, if petitive. the bids were comhere, a oof inits ejeeere on me part of tne u>ei mans re nnocn oo^sm any BO— lief there might be that acceptance of the munition* from Israel placed this cou ntry under obl i gation s te supply Israel with a r ma m ent s Israel required. IsContlnued on Page 11 A Hussein Views Arab Summit LONDON—(JTA)—King Hussein of Jordan was reported this week to be seeking to organize aa Arab "summit conference" to deal with the "Palestine and refugee problems." A royal mission was delivering invitations to all the Arab States with the exception of the United Arab Republic and Iraq. The young king told correspondents in Amman this week that "the first thing that should be done to solve the Palestine question is to restore their rights to the Palestinian Arab refugees who lost their homeland ten years ago." He said Jordan was studying the report and recommendations made last month by UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold on the refugee question and was consulting on it wth other Arab States. Miami Loves COINWORD...Win Exciting Cash Prizes...See Page 3A



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17. 1M9 +Jewlstifk>ridiM [lings by Young Israelis on View Metropolitan Museum of Art YORK —An exhibition of \ t by Israeli boys and 12 to IS in brn< dis%  m -he Junior Museum |, t the Metropolitan Mas* „, through Sept. •• ted by the American Jewb r ... the showing consists 3C paintings selected by %  justmp Wise Polier during [ to the Louise Waterman %  tri center in Jerusalem U. .lustice Polier, of the for 1 Domestic Relations i honorary president of the ian Asked inference committee for traffic [mi he American Bar Assn. ivit'd Herbert U. Feibel;iani attorney, to partici. national conference on pd the Layman" Aug. 24 at erirana hotel and Aug. 25 Barcelona hotel during the of the American Bar |m.n has be** Commisi niform State Laws from IDSS41. by appointment I snortr. He was elected a !,: the Florida constitulor.Tition ht 1983, wMth tie 21st amendment to Hi it ion of the United js ca the first board Of diI.''' he Dade County Bar pel for many years has been |n f the committee on jf the Florida Bar. He .-in associate edIMr of the ci.il Law Journal for the %  bears. w %  it'Sl f\Ui s ).>' National Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. She is the daughter of the late Louise Waterman Wise, founder of the American Jewish Congress women's group, after whom the Center in Jerusalem is named. neareieiiieu in the oxMbtttan wltl be works by teen-aeert who come from all areas of Israel to study at the Center m Jerusalem —en inttrtwften built end maintained by the American Jewish Cone roes. In attendance at the Center are Arab and Chrtetten beys end girls, as weH as Jewish young people. Ranging from naturalistic description to abstraction, the paintings are largely cay and colorful in their presentation. "Exodus from Egypt," by a 12-year-old girl born in the Yemen, is strongly reminiscent of the French primitives. Imaginatively produced, it is a procession of stereotyped men In long blue, orange, or red Oriental varments, weaving across a landscape of undulating hills indicated by parallel bands of waves. "Landscape o Fire" is an exciting abstract composition of stark reds and Macks. According to Dr. Marion E. Kegworthy, president of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, "the paintings ... are trulv remark able, not only as art but as evidence of the extraordinary emotional resilience of these young artists. It must be remembered that many of these youngsters as well as their parents went through harrowing wartime experiences in Europe before settling in Israel ... and yet the paintings of these young people show a wonderful wholeness and healthiness of vision The honesty, the non-self consciousness of these adolescents, would seem to Imply a rare sense of personal maturity and Identification with the world about them." Osaswa Cefoy .ML(W %  OTEL at Hta IT, ssiAnu BtACR • ajir. c >esmm s nesiiu 9 f B T"*j^Bsuw VMatVev Bates • rtitnfl • Promlooo • Ceektaft leu*U* e Dlninf noom I %  unr *3 BOB*. FROM APHIL ; JS1-OSJ1 MING TO NEW YORK? Stay at this modern 25-story hotel. Large, beautifully furnished roams with kitchenette, |v^ private bath, from $7.00 daily, double from $10.25. Two room suites from $12.50. LOWER RATES IY TNE MONTH NO CHARCI fur cMIdren nesr 14 thorns! room with parent. AfT-cetiditiontitu, •> television available *" BEACON Broodwoy at 75th St., New York Oicor Winfrob, Managing Director Page 94 *Painting, by Israeli Young People" an being shown at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art this summer in an exhibit arranged by lb* National Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. Painting above, "In the Ghetto," shows a faceless mother holding a faceless child against a background of burning buildings. The artist is Shulamith Sterner, 16, bom in a co n centrat i on carnp in Yugoslavia. World Union Will Move Quarters — LONDON—* /eeier ntB*t*f*& t L NEW. NEW •CRPY LtW'S j C a ialina Indoor Poc 1 IHtATRE CLUB j cmcJ Health Club r n i 0 | Spellbinding! I Sp 1( cul „. • %  •• poo. A rjlaniorottt! / Vocations! 10 Years Aft this Week Berlin: All German Jews were organized by fftt Hitler government into a National Jewish Assn. this week which Is virtually a separate community within Germany. Under the supervision of the Reich Interior Ministry, the association wifl CHAtLIS ft be responsible for the care of all LILLIAN indigent Jew*. It win not Teeetve any government funds for that pur-1 roa pose. __ I „ ITS HO SECHET! We pamper oar guestsyoa'll fsM that BROWfrS h Ktivwt en OarBl -All SOVts• frheteUna • Fraa F crnOut door reH • Elevats* Semes Air C rag. Detectable Ftfsf *i Bay Caste Nha Ms %  • 2 bntetatemtnt leeus cs Start of Brosdeay ft Hoiiywesd-CostissooB Dancing with BateSherry irch. Harlo a ate latin WiyttwteMet iros* J in the Bfana Itente. KM LEWIS TUB nmmn SOCIALS m m\ BROWN'S UiBHni** Hi-"?-'> ranM w *r'a4M IVATIOBt* BBMCT WwM-WaktaB 4-747B HOIK wttlt wMwerful Hot Springs waters H 0/i'*4 *• .o —* •MM. U tami** m4 • &f )•• —* **4 ralid l*r m**Wn. IIMIMMI I MI. IW ki^k kl*oJ pr.M.M I* th* t.d'KMtt.v. 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Lay, July 17. 19*9; *Jelslittoridtlan Pag* 11 B B c Stewart plays a defehs* aorfte>y dtepctrotery attemptto -!ar Ben Gaudfra of murder charges while Judge Joseph N. VVelctt lettdb an attentive^ ear. The scene is from Otto fremi.-.ger's fitrri version of recent best-selling novel. f Anatomy" bTaMMlUstl/' wWefl'wttif written by art ex-Supreme rt Justice from Michigan, and is now playing at the Carib, Barr.j r?nd Miracle Thetifre*. Ok ituaries I Of '•' S l< r nil. i 7-ii.ri II i EI. 11 ••RS. *•* %  SCOTT levonehlre blv — die* Ju'> from I'li-viU, V. 2* nil wan a nirafpof Tem.rvlvfn* are bR.ku Sheldon. •tuugWlK NH*L I. r; thrua -tefa. including Flubcn'iher and ildren n Funera Hnt. with ..f I >ait '. I Vinct.-ry. SAMUEL WEINTRAUB ,..ii r.l reeWeni bar* 1 i It] l(.wa a Slu Inn |.t..ii linii j World W > 1 nd II ; hl v. win. .i Miantur; I M • anil | n \.v i wl.h .. ni b Rivet -Hi.M.A't .n rl. :n SARAH SIOIS %  th St d:. SI.' ...* IP I I in In .-.unc !•• ill" t'trfted y :" .-' %  graduated I -..I. I ni\. --i-'. n i n-aa MM irf the flrt I • > %  lana In the nation Tori. 1 %  ">• f huabsnd. ehe founded i lufe In*inrtiinl payI month. N H A liii.ui • n Sidle. flnlanHi hiich i.l in fv'tr months an'l catered I -the a* 'if U. rgur) !" | .mie a lecturer, taaare. in at !'.. lime of lit* de;th. he W.ta fcilnie," the mo-' 'i '..int ynath | .1 Alter th' death of hu-t. ni tt Years *KO. ah came j Minn utter.. belectured lU (ha t %  >( Mla-nl untB t*rve vera Hu: i in'K an A. dauBM**. HAton, ,K M-> I. andl>r.e nephcwX ClltKa.lli ;.n. notel>u'rB.or. and IVnpln i I 'Mward, Manilell. Mlnmi ruh ••-vices e*e In PoMwouth b| RlfflMh %  aexjaea were j-iii i? at Riverside %  I.IDI. Normandy lee. with 'Mirlil in la.keaMe Maaaot MRS. LUtflE ARTNER • I. of 3i Venetian Way. died July 8. She rim here .-vn year* a* New Yoi k city, and la eurvis --.l b> hei hiiel>.n t\.. I'I.I.I n and lira i en; twi H in and > %  < ii hurlal arare In i ;:h l-"-a arranajamanta i is Pnnara Homo. %  '" a member of the Rika. SirvlVlMJ •f..' "!" ,#r nd threa brothera. In• uiul.lild -rv| '"'"" %  lulJ me| LiONAUD MILLH %  ll.-d .lul) .'.. Hef fi.im llnlli'ii-i:.-, M wan a aali-anuMi rr, Bliel' •Ion and Stanforit. .launhier, MIHB ( elln Mller. two brotneiv .ml tnree -i-i.rSarvlcea war*-Juh7 at RKeralite MemniiiU <-hap^l. Normand^' l*le. with bbrlal in Mt. Nebo CirnelISADORE RASKIN •• Of 1W1 .VW lajniTft dlej Jnle :,. He waa a chemist, and came from IMttkburicb. Pa five year H no. Hurvlyfnx aa> h( i1fr. Sylvia: two aona, Bm<-e and L>IBB: and two brother*. Servicea were In I'ittahurKli. with local arraiwteim nu by Newman Funeral Home. NATHAN SIECEL J*. Of 00 KW IMA ave dhd Jnh I H came here 25 year* aft*, and waa i Iniil'lini; contractor. Survlvlntr are four *on~. Ilarry. Jack, Uenltunm and l/Klle: an.I n dauKhler. Mr. I.Illiaii Sheft* Hervlrea w.-f.July 7 at Hellman Funeral Home, with burial in Star of David Cemetery. Tunisian Jews Eye Elections % • PARIS—(JTA)—Jews in riisia are now preparjn^ for the organization of elections To *trie*ieader ship of the Jewish communities Ihroushout the country, according to reports reaching here from Tunis. At present the communities are led by committees appointed by the government. The French press reports th.it the economic crisis in Tunisia is growing and that Jews theTe, cspeclalty themiorlle class, are concerned less with the political dvelopmenfs than with the economii and* social problems. The reports emphasized that only a small num ber of goverrrment offfeials in Tu nisia are biased" against Jews aiftt \ that the present Boutgutba regime it restraining the extre'rfrTSr prf/-' Nesser elements in their props ganda against Tunisian Jewry' On the other" hibifj. the reports stress that a number of government decrees have brougWch; i nthe status of the Tuirterair Jewrsn community. These iHelude the bafn on Zionist activities and tW abolishment of the rabbinical law. Poverty among Jews is growing, especially in the lawer class which is completely indifferent to political life, the reperts establish. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. WC 660S I" .ISIS t H2M? i M \:ISY W I rltllKS, l>..f-n -i.. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. IIABRY W I'll:''!-:addrenn :inl thereof ni.on ll.-t -'. CoiiKreaa Rulldln, Miami Kloiiila. ..n m b \.IIJI 17. i''. .'.. or ei- complain I will be taken a c.nfe.-aed. Ii.ited July i: i: l.i:ATHKP..M \N, '•'-rk, .. Klarida Hi: JUAN SM:KHKN. l'Mi Deo ny .'lerk 7 17 -•_' I LEGAL NOTICE NATHAN COHEN i.'.. of <-2l MV Jr.l -I .lie.) July I IIcame here five year* a*" fr .in I •.trolt. Mich an i II NW L'n.l i h ln< ..rln> ^i If*, I I .lailKlilii'id f"" r us Mr Mam Quafwao, Mm. HophU AflHyr an-l Mri Doll) Horah, ol Miami. Servl.ea u.-re July 1 i .if H.irdot) Kunar.l Home with burial in Htar of lNtvId Cemetery kh In Inei.il H-.me. • nnem*nt by JACOB JANOr-F I'ralrle ave died July >. L'n rear* Mu from New -k vlvlni are hi* wife. Mollle: • • I Ihree alarera. Mra. R'we | ki-Vnna and Mra I iW -.ruian. Korvl---* were In • II XV, with I. al arramtei .r*ld Mam-rial 'ha|iel j MRS. MARY PETERS s\v ,>th a-. %  '"'• I h-re ten year*, afo from V Surilxlnc nra three II is., i. i • and Mix. i >. Vln -inter. 'A in. : M %  *i*ter-* aii'l Iren -%  i ••an I b %  ..I wltl I 11 arrange* r ...r.l. m ( %  Si II NAT WAYNE Bay dr died July He iiiwIi. i. r \x year* ago and *Sa rni.r member of the ome l\ t.-iun u •Wiert. Haley and Wayne. H* wa nmn..er of the Miamlan Helgfit* Mel s.i.vivlnc l hl •-• Jeitti i MAS. QERTRUOE FABER ol ?S (Ve*n dr. died July v She cam* liefT M year, ago froni New Tor*. Snrvlvlrtf are three aoaa, Stanley, Nin mui and Ma'vln. one dauKhter. Ml-Bunny K.ber, thrae brothera. b>rvlce< were July 9 at RiverJlor Manorial Chaiiel. Washlnston ave, with burial io Mt' Slnal Cmler> .; : %  %  _. iRvisid ottbbMAU 5*. of.IMS Meridian ave.. die 1 July •• He <-aW here aix year* mgo fro* N.w York. Surxlvins are hia wife. Sophie. daughter. Klleen. two brother*. Sam and Hen. and one son, Marvin. Servlce and burial weca in New York, wiih Vital arrangement* by Rlvcn-lde Memorial <"hapeiV MRS. ARLENE SHACTER M, of sll" f\V Ond pi .ll"i July t. .-lie came here aeven yeafa aajo from I'hvngO Si vlvlng are lier huabanil, Imnlel :lhr.e a.in>. Joseph. Stuart ,ii.I Phltlp u s her pareats. Mrand Mra Maurl.-e Nlevenheri M July %  """" % %  lth l.urlal :II Star of UVtd fellle'•'i MORRIS EIMER K. of IM U'th t., -lied July 7. He came here ten yeara ago f'om New Sun win: la Ann and burL'l ere In New >"rK. with I... al iirrangeinenta by Rlveralde Memorial Chapel MORRIS MEYER 71 of 1170 N*W 7!ith .-I., died JuU r.. A retired tav.in owner, he came here •en veara ao from Ivtrolt. Mich. He NOTICE UNrftR T FICTITIOUS NAMl LAW Ni.Tli-i: IS HCTKBT lilVKN lliai the un'lei--lKii.-d, dealflng KH In huaine-s under the flctm l.i:\ I'.i: SONGSTERS; l>r.M!Ai:ra li.xr.l.l.N'iS at I'KVi Itay l-r.ve. Miami Reach Int.-ndH to realst. I name" Hi the rierk ..r the Circuit Court __ linil. County, I-e.ridii KARKN Kior N'C a Flol i %  "i..n MILTON A IRIKPM \N Mtoi iofor Al i. Il< ant mi Alnaley Mi.ig. : LOW COST HOME LOANS To Buy, Build tr f tljy w lira AaWYwrsBrv U 0ade Federal w LTOfrVBRfSfrf ^ A ., i.Wi. • MiAM J S^vt Ood* County Ellison Named District Director Arnold D. Ellison, former district field representative of B'nai B'rith, was promoted to district membership and activities director at the recent District 5 convention in Washington, D. C. He is now in charge of all B'nai B'rith membership and lodge activities for the states of Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, North Carolina. South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. A relative new-comer to the Florida scene, Ellison moved here from his native city of Charleston S. C„ last August. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, was awarded a graduate fellowshp at Louisiana State University in 1938. A served five years in World War' n al a member of the 106th Infantry Division in Europe. llUMtr is a s urs***"* ''* Dan LOCHK > %  **?£$ of the Sow* Carolina *'-*•£ % %  £•• • former rnombar of the Plarrict Coort of %  •>••. a farms* membar of rha Sovthaasf rwry, ion. I AMeaaeutiva €* %  • %  has KtM numarovs ta*B ar*J l district committaa ehairmaR: ships. At the time of his appointment to the professional staff of B"nai B'rith, he was president-elect of the South Carolina Stat e Assn He i w ah* secretsry of Bffth Shfr I lerrt Congregation. Charreston. for eight years. His local office is in the Hffltl brdg. at the* Unrretstty of Miami. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN ANO TOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 6819 JIM. Mil.I. Plaintiff, VH. EIYWIN MM.I.Ci: Defendant. NOTIC|E BIV PUBLICATION r You. KPWIN MII.I.Ki: 7 White Oak Street, New KOchelfe. New York, ire hereby required t.. aerVe \ -• %  ir Aniwer to the ('omptalntor D fikad aalnKt voh, on MoRMAN k'. .4CHWARZ, one Urftoln R.jad HuildIns. Miami Bea. h. Ptorl''". If you fall to do eo, Judgment' by default will be taken asalnat you for the relief demanded In the Still of Complaint This notice ahall be published once each week fi four lonaec.itive weeka in THE JEWISH EI,OKII>I.VN I )NE AND OltnKRKD at Mi iml, Rorlda. thia Kth day of July. All. 1; 1: I,I:ATIII:I:M \N. CJerk. Circuit Court, I ade County, h (veal) B) W M W STOCKING, I• puty Clerk HKRITERT C ZKMKI. .... I.in...In Rci Miami • K'-.rlda Attorne intlff %  I ..." M--| IN THt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, NO. SeCS383 lt< .SK T. REti'ilO, Plaintiff, V*. Kilo, I lefendjfcQt NOTICE BV PUBLICATION To I.IBORJO RKO Aftfil -.K.V.WN Y..11 LTItriKIO ItEOOl • ire hereby notified that a Bill for li of 1 on 1 Anawer or Pleadinc to. the J.S1 .1 c..mt.la|nt on the i'laintlffa Altor >.\lWf*0 A. AM. 1IM Afnale: trit KivorcS ha< Ix-en fil*d agjIn-T and yob of > on 1 A ol Com pi nei ANt Buildlna. Miami IX Florida" and file, the orixlnhl Anawer or Pleadtfur the office of the ClerV of the f'oairt on y' before the 7ln day of AAfuat. rJS*. If • • jo. ffiditiiieiit !•*• d*fa' will p taRen anint \ou for the relief demaddetl In the Bill of Cntfajalpt. -. Thia notice anVRI hed onee each week for fdlHcohaes'Jtrve weeXa in THK JEWISH FIXTRTt'lAN. DONK AND ORfiPRED at M;*"" 1 Honda thia 7th day of July, AD TM. E B. I.EATHERMAN. C'erk. Circuit Court .iinty. Florida (>eal) M. K, FORIV CH0ui> C'ik. A NO El.o A. AM Attorney for l"n IIOS Alnaley Rulldina Miami SMclorlda 7 lft l7 !4 n bv HATE!' Circuit NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY %  •IVBSl thit -irina to !* In tiualiiefe under the name of WHfXSToCK REALTY at ll N.K. 163rd St t. No Miami Belch mten.la to reslater aaid name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of mty, Florida. A „ ALEXANDER WKINSTtnK 7.I l>-lj-t4-3t NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LW NOTM'F. 18 HEREBY (JIVE* that the underalirned. dealnns to enaJBKe In buaaneae under the flctiHoea name of SHAPCO IAUKK al 4316 N VV f-Vci.n1 Avenue. Miami. Florida intend to reslater aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt of I Hole CouSTy. Plorll.i. KIRVIN K sflAFTf>N JOSEPH ECSTEIN IIAitol.U TANN EN Attorney far Appll>nta *Sn Seihol.l ntiildlne Miami it. hliii-lda .... 7/10-lf-4-3l NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV* NOTICE IS HKRKP-V (JIVE* that trfewndfaia"rfed. deaWne to enajage In •USlncaa under the fii litloua OBF"* of TrTr? HTTC rlK R-flHOP -f \*A*1 S outh Dixie HUthway, Dade County, Florida Intend* to resiatrr aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. UtTIi ItoROK Hie owner f.RON EPSTEIN ney for Applicant 48* Lincoln R.d ^ (seal) ,-34-31. %n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 1IEP.EI1V CIVKS that •Ii. nnderaluned. .lealrinc to enae In bualnesa under the flitlti-.ua name of U3nl AM 1 M E 13th Aveintenda to register aaid name with the K f.f the 1 IUTI ..f l>ada I-'UBOU. -ENTER, INC.. 16*IV Jf.al TJO North Miami Beach, Flori )-l7-14-l }



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Page 8-B #.j^/f/fer*9/7 Friday, Jul •( 17. \\ WorW Council of Synagogues Launches Corner Soiritual 'Point Four' for Latin America %  ._ .,^,n D Rabhi Meyer's / Jjnnched a^J —* •*"""— %  i i*_in %  I r rira desi Shavrick m YORK-The World r ^SST^S^^SA %  jsh communiUes in South Amer' communities provide more adequate spiritual Rabbi Meyer is the first as a traveling mer would journey to a loun and stay there till the following day. His business finished, he would move on to the next city. Usually he carried a large mm of money with which to buy more goods. One day. carrying b bag filled with silver kroners. he arrived in a strange city. Afraid to keep hi> wealth on hi person until the next market day he decided to conceal it. Finding a likely hiding place at the edge of a woods, he buried his money underneath a tree. Assured that his treasure was BOW safe, Rueben felt greatly relieved However, our friend's fortune was in great danger. His hiding pjace was not a secret. The innkeeper where Rueben was staying had become suspicious. He had followed the merchant and observed what had transpired. That night the dishonest hotel owner went to the woods and unearthed the money Early on market day Rtieben went lor bis money. The bag of corns was gone. Frantic with fear he began to think. Who could be the thief Finally he concluded it could only be the innkeeper He filled a bag with pebbles and returned to the inn. Approaching the owner he said: "I am a stranger here, and I need some advice. I have brought a large sum of money with me to buy goods at the city market. Part of my wealth I have already buried. However. I am still keeping most of it. Now. what shall f do? Shall 1 hide the rest of my gold in the same place where I hid the smaller part of WORD PUZZlt B E A R L J o N \ E£.hip" to unserved and undertea and K. !" -g — — one million. ^ The fir-t appointment is that Of SMS? IXS-iSm r.Mu> lii In I rabbi to the Omgrcgaeion Israelita in Buenos Aires. Argentina. The World Council of Synagogues was organixed two years ago of to serve the interests synagogues throughout the world. Member congregations are located in 23 countries, including Argentina. Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Columbia, England, India, Israel, Uregvay and the United States. lift Hcnr> Shapiro was program chairman of a Temple Zion Sisterhood meeting Wednesday evening, featuring a Southern Bell Telephone demonstration ** %  juftsiMu mm MATCHING GAME thatch the u-ord< in Cv.'umn ? ranag in Column I a. To'flh Curtm .-\\ifM Penile:..e Tu B$ : .: Duvr gpu E.-'Og I'enuc %  •: I 1frtmn h Arburl)-. • %  %  --•NEXT v. its When kir.z Datsd u*i *: :sther $ Vur ~ Onif he felled S*4 Anodic time while guarding UUr: t-e Kedt %  BEAK %  • %  UON in • letitetch tome j ntu uord it I ... try the .-: urvmg as hoe. my fortune, or should I conceal it eUewhere?" The innkeeper said to himself: "If he discovers his buried money is gone, he will not hide his remaining coins there. Should he bun them elsewhere. 1 shall not be able to locate them." He turned to the merchant. Wait till I rteurn. and I shall advise you. I have some business to attend to at the moment The thief hurried to the tree and replaced the stolen money. I suggest." he told Rueben on returning, "you hide everything ir. one place. There ypu can guard it better." Rueben thanked the innkeeper. ,He hurried to the tree and recovered his money. Steven Yon Zgmft Is Bar Mitzvah Temple B*h Am will be the site of the Bar Mijzvah of Steven Von Zaroft Saturday morning. July 18 Rabbi Herbert > •••••! "ard will iciate. .->..ven is the on of Mi and Irs. Sul Von Carolt. 6450 SW 16th st }le at 'ends Palmetto Junior High, and lie religious school of Temple Beth Am. | Reception and dinner will be helu in his honor at the Seville hotel. in the •xclusiva CrtaJaM aectien MiWf Pored, ef Stan TV and Broadway celes*ities. every wee k MW! OufsW MfDCWttf iwimming %  *•! HtWf Suiwb kKr arfain. Dietory laws susMnriegd by lUikbl Moih.k Sfcaair* tod (jj) MW! Room dea>r mmd t*rm,%hm,. Iwtf PHIl rOSIIR Cammo Mtnn, Tsunf man Ricky la.nt t V.l.tl lo'ry Sail Al lrni# Marty Guniy. Jacaia Mil.i • F.h.r.d .to wotfr ea'hi • Ai'- AMERICA'S outstanding Koaher Hotel" HOTEL CHELSEA ON tHE tOASO • OuMr.ni H • Era* "atkin^ • GaH at naarby tikM Cam • Y... ka.li AW faaUrwj K. • IKa anly AHai t Cky, k*ni andanaal by @ AttMtfk City 4-I2SI BIBLE QUIZ U he u&i the wrongest man' Who U'0 :he MIICM man' Who was the tun/irsi man' Wio u'fii the most paiienl man' IN NEW YORK. 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I Page 2-B rJmirtnuiJtor Friday. July 17 Philanthropist In University Gift rnarleT ttarcowsky,' ot* 525 W 28th St., Miami Beach, who recent ly ddnaled S200.0OO to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Wednesday announced a new gift of $100 000 for the purpose of establishing a Chair in Poultry Science and \nimal Hygiene at the Jerusalem school. The new post will be held by Dr. Melech I'erek, of the university's school of agriculture. Charcowsky arrived in the L'ni ted States in 1904 as an immigrant house painter and paper hanger, and rose to be an important figure in the wholesale and retail paint industry. He made the allocation through the Charcowsky Fotirida ; tion, which he recently formed wilK. funds in excess of S600.000 ear-' marled for charitable purpose, Charcowsky. who. recently, observed his 75th birthday, is keenly interested in the education of, young people. Both he and his wife, Vk)la. are active in the lead( ership of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. They recently adopted an Israeli family whom they met during a visit to' the Holy Land, and have brought one of its members to the United' States for her university training, which she will pursue at the University ot Miami. He is active in the United Jewish Appeal and Boys Town of Jerusalem. Charcowsky recently donated S10.000 to the Hebrew Academy of Miami Beach and a similar amount to Columbia Presbyterian Medical Director is TY Hostess Ruth Foreman, director of the Dramatic Acadom> and Studio M Playhouse, was to hostess Be A* vised" Thursda> over ch 10 at ID IS a in A *# 8 uot •.*! Bromben *• '< l, l uss whJl theater meanto her Center in honor of Dr. A-hm L. Barach. professor of clinical medicine ai the universit) Mrs. Soltz Will Bo Honored Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. newlyelected president of B'nai B'riih Women District No. 5, will be honored at a reception at the Deau viHe hotel Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. The reception will be given by the Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of B'nai Brith Women, of which Charles Charcowsky at ceremonies recently" held on the campus of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem marking the naming 01 "Charles Charcowsky Square," in recognition of his munificence and 4 deep interest in the Hebrew University." From left to right are Mrs. Esther Coliert, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Charcowsky; Mrs. Order Rubin, immediate pctsf president, Greater Miami chapter, American Friends of the Hebrew University; and Dr. Benjamin Mazdr, university president. 'Refugee' Not Applied To Jews, ORT Declares GENEVA—(JTA)—The term "refugee" 1rarely applied to J refugees at international meetings In Geneva and elsewhere, thus creating 1 false impression of the Jewish refugee pi Max A Braude, director general of the World OHT Union. CO an address to the 27-nation executive committee o( his • During World Refugee Year each group of citizen1expected ..„ .„„„,. h ,. to increase its aid to the refugees It ,,LT£ "5 chooses to help on either SSSi S > "JS2£ "'''T' u "" W afonal or national lines. But to S ASSK > „ -• T !" meeting after meeting in Geneva Sr^But 1 h! SSLlT^ and.elsewhere we hear about even r l"" ,' h !" !" •• 'tis presumed to he a 'Zionist who Children's Health Aided by Asthma Chapters* Work Seven children from Greater Miami will breathe normally again because the $21,000 raised this year by the 600 local volunteer members of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children wiU |>e presented at the 52nd annual convenuou in Denver..Highlight of the convention will be the dedication of the Children's Asthmatic Research Institute and Hospital. With the addition o( two newlyorganiied chapters, delegates representing the six local chapters„et the July 18 through 2J. convention are Mesdajr.es Sam KraUsh. presi dent of the new Breath of Life chapter; Joseph Nurenberg. president of Greater Miami chapter; Leslie Rome, president of Lorber chapter, which is sending ao unprecedented $10,500 purse; George Rabin, president of North Dade chapter; Sam Kinkel. president of I'eshkin chapter; Marvin Mondres, president of the new South Broward chapter Uso Ittendtol are Mrs Irving Miller, presldenl ot the Miami Council of Presidents, and Mrs. David Silver of PeshkUi chapter. The Jewish National Home |0f Asthmatic Children is dedicated t 1 the Iree C4N and treatment of tn suffering from chronic intractable asthma The Home is non-sectarian and 1supported by volunteerThose wishing to volunteer to help a child to health m.i\ contact MrIrving Miller. SID SW 22nd rd, Miami kind of refugee and very little, if anything indeed about Jewish refugees." Braude said. "For the Jewish refugee—by governmental definitions and eligibility standards of tu.e CM., i, .u 1 J ; % %  ""•" ami eiigiDiuiy standards o Mrs. Soltz is the founder presi-, the United Nations and ihfetrgDv. |ernmental agencies-is very rare, pistrict No. 5 comprises MaryThere are few under anyone's man land, Virginia. South Carolina. dat *'for our most pressing Jewish North Carolina, Georgia. Florida 1 Problems do not meet the legal ream! the District of Columbia, with Quirements." some 10,000 women members. In charge of arrangements for the reception are Mrs. Chester Bromley, president of the chapter, Mrs. Jerome Robinson. Mrs. Norman Reinhard. Mrs. Irving Riemer, Mrs Norman Sand, and Mrs. Irwin Marshall. Satjdrjne NOW You Can Drink All The Iced Tea You Want WITHOUT Gaining A Single Ounce "A Polish Jewish repatriate is not a refugee legally; he has r. turned to his homo in Poland, yof ho still needs Help," Braude •xplained. "A great many of the Jewish expellees from Egypt are not refugees by legal definition as many of them have passports. They are English, French or Italian though in many cases neither their fathers nor their grandfathers ever lived in the country of citizenship. In most cases they have neither family nor friends nor do they speak the ln9Mge of the country to which rney return as citizen or subject. left his country of origin not be cause he felt things were bad there but because he had strong political feelings." the ORT leader stressed. "OR.T has leen serving Jewish refugees throughout the 81) years of its existence. By. the most exclusive definition that a Jew can give to the term Jewish ref"gets,' if one excludes the re/ogees' children, if one excludes the new immigrants to Israel, it still remains a fact that from last June to this June over 10.000 of our trainees were refugees." he reported, adding that "ORT is the solution to the most difficult problem of the refugee in his country of first asylum; his ,ntegration in his new home by either preparing him and giving h.m a trade certific.te-his pass2? ,0 J r, dom '"d dignify and sel suff.cency. or training him •n the country which i his final nomt. Card Party Wednesday A card party sponsored by thBikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home will be held at the National, hotel Wednesday noon. Hostesses are Mrs. Victoria Roe. Mrs Josi eph Kostrm, Mrs. Paulpne Belanoff and Mrs. Gussie Rosenthal. h2 he refugee s P ro >>lem has not. a plane, a train, with 'More than 15.000 Jews in Ru mama who gave up their citizen:~ n hI J """" %  a tram, with a ship and jobs to apply for visas to T.Z I b essln Braude said. He f !" grate '.?. fewl. many to join < !" ,au f h t0 !" rk and to -up their hmd.es from whom they ^7,^ mself 0RT must gird £ have been separated for man J 2"/? ven efforts in Ihi, years now that emigration has .^ Re,ugee Ye and secure (been stopped are stateless, in mos t ""'?* to make this possS cases homeless and jobless and de concl "ded. %  ,Dle pendent in a great measure upon chanty, but by definition, since 30 Yean Ago this Week Vienna: New \iolertce broke oul thil we*k at the I'nfversity of Vienna because of provocations of Jew-' i~h students by members of the Hakenkreuzlei organisation. The anti-Semitic stu ,it,.,i M N j ral Jewish students and then re fused a Jewish challenge on grounds thai Jewish studenta were unworth) • i [igw The Jewish studentthe:, aiUcced and ral not ensued TETLEY 4-0,. Size Bottle Only 75c | IfeS? aret.TeJugeet' •"£ f§m s W '***** P ..I" Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES For Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 The great name i„ dairy prodocfj /RANK J. HOLT, Manager JJ. Plans for VlZ^lZ Also present were Mr i Tower.Mrs Nathan Belier L r I-OUls Brnstein u"*er. Mrs. ,"n. VMII direct the skit dUCa TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yea, dim-, Toa Toe spirit i* *is fine tea.. ."lawor craakwdT for fullest strength and stiaaav laiioo ... richer taue aad fJiaj ore with your fletshigt aaaf milihigf and bctweea aaeel refreshmeM... ?(HA Of the) piano Carmen Caveaiaro will begin an tnga9)*nt' Inry* Zt in Qnq ArthWa Court'' at Miami Spring Villcsa. loly ChmafHf Slated Potlowiffiy tkay run of the current BrigJtte MrtM starrer. 'Le is My Profession." the Mayfiir and Sunset Art tUMtres urn pr sent D. H. Lawrence'* coetrover stal masterpiece, "Lady nutter. ley's Lover." Starring Dttsssle Darrieux and Leo Germ, this daring love story has become a elastic because of its frankness Though at one time banned, the book has now almost universal acceptance through the efforts of Invert of art and good literature NOW! KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF fbrdeUrfouB magic-eatry idea 1st All HtODUtlS Kvshroth WILMO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. 't oqt AUGUST BROS \ ^v £ MChiMffa) •aajm MAm 2181 N.W. 10VH AWM Pbant FR 1-4SS1 WILN0 Kosktr $UO0 MEATS Askhr AH ^•nuaj Baaff f Psstraati, Solota?, Iwlogaa, trispit, fr—khrtm for dirmors, faff* \wct*9*l Mkkvs sniwkkos, urvoi HOT t COLD.



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*jHrt*HkrMhr> Friday,-July 17 Page 6-B 3n tL VeJm of Society [MOT KLEIMAN Double Ring Rites For Wollinses In a double ring candlelight ceremony Saturday night, July 4. at the DeauviUe hotel. Miss Joyce Diane Bernstein, daughter of Mrs. | Lillian Bernstein. 2543 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach, and the late %  Karl Bernstein, became the bride of Charles WoUins. son of Mr. and i Mrs. Louis Wollins. Forrest Hills. i N Y. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of j %  Temple Judea, Coral Gables, offi( ciated. Al Schwartz acted as best man. %  Mrs. Lawrence Cohen, of Greens, boro N. C. sister of the bride, was her matron of honor. Reception and formal seated dinner followed ^ at the Deauville. The bride selected a traditional ballerina-length wedding gown of peau de soie. featuring a scooped neckline, cap sleeve, fitted bodice of imported alencon lace, and bouffant skirt. Her four-tiered French illusion veil fell from a tiara of matching lace petals and seed pearls. The bride is a graduate of Whitefield Private School on Miami Beach. Mr. Wollins was graduated from the Agricultural School in Doyleston. Pa. The couple are spending their honeymoon in Jamaica, and upon their return will make their home I in Miami Beach. Kleimcins Will Live in Camden Judith Susan Solloway became Mrs. Elliot Bruce Kleiman in 10:30 a.m. rites Friday. July 3. at the study of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Solloway, 152 S. Shore dr. The groom is the son of Mrs. Milton Kleiman. 60 S. Shore dr.. and the late Mr. Kleiman. Maid of honor was Miss Lynn Moonlight Cruise Scheduled Southwest Jewish Center and Sisterhood will co-sponsor a moonlight cruise aboard the Dreamboat Aug. l. Proceeds are for the Center's building fund. In charge of reservations and information is Mrs. Alan Bornstein. Swim Party Sunday he Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a swim party Sunday evening at the Bel Aire hotel. Schwartz and Kenneth Kupper served as best man. The bride chose a white peau de soie street-length skirt with reembroidered alencon lace bodice. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, and attended Connecticut College for Women and the University of Miami, where she was treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. Mr. Kleiman also attended Miami Beach High. He graduated from the University of Florida, and is working toward a Master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania. He belongs to Phi Eta Sigma. Sigma Tau. and Iota Pi Sigma honoraries. His social fraternity is Alpha Epsilon Pi. Reception followed Sunday evening, July 5, at the home of the parents of the bride. After a Nassau honeymoon, the couple will be at home at B 2914 Line st., Camden. N. J.. where the groom is an electronics engineer with R.C.A. 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Conn Rabbi Morris Silvcrman officiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony The bride is the daughter of .Mr. and Mrs Herman Halpern. of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosenberg, Tanffville. Conn., are the groom's parents. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in an imported English handmade lace gown, featuring a scalloped neckline. V-front. and back with pull bow that graduated into a train. The skirt of half inch ruffles alternated with lace and nylon. A scalloped crown of sequins and cultured pearls was topped by a fingertip circular veil of Italian lace. She carried a cascade of whit* orchids and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Rowenta Jaciqueline Halpern. Bridesmaids ineluded Miss Ronnie Sturm. Miami Beach, and Barbara Wurtielman, Monica Wengroff, Lcnore Bard, Barbara Rosenberg, and Illen Kraft. Lorraine Faith Halpern and 1 Gail Rosenberg were flower girls. Robert Lipshitz was best man. i Ushers included Howard I. Halpern, of Miami Beach, and David A. Rosenberg. Ben Rosenberg. Eelward A. Ludorf. Phil Stone and Al Dobrutsky. Jay B. Rosenberg was ring bearer. Out-of-town guests from Miami Beach included Mr. and Mrs Irving Weiner and family, and Mrs. Ann Sturm and daughter, Ronnie, and son. Dennis. Reception followed at the Emanuel Synagogue. The couple are on their honeymoon in the Caribbean, after which they will reside in Key West. Fla. The bride attended Miami Beach High School and the University oi Miami. Her husband holds a BS degree from Springfield College. North Shore Post Meeting North Shore Post, Jewish War Veterans, was to meet Thurxiay, 8:30 p.m.. at the Washington Federal bldg. on Normandy Isle The post held a card party Wednesday evening at the Barcelona hotel Judge Invited t Cortfob Judge Milton A. Friedman, loef. j time Miami eeaaaaaatty leader, u] that wee* invited by i-residest 1 Eisenhowee to Join tke Presideatlj committee Cor traffic safety sail the American Bar Assn in a attional conference on "Law and tat] Layman." Students in Mark Twain Ruih Foreman's Pied Pipe?] Playhouse students presented TOSH Sawyer. Becky Thatcher and otbtrj characters from the pen of Manu Twain on ch. 1 Monday for thai Dade County School Board. < I Social Singles ft Dance B'nai B'rith Social Singles wiQ hold a dance Saturday evening the DiLido hotel. mKS. N0KMAN GOUN Golin, Cohen Exchange Vows At a double ring ceremony Sunday. July 12. at the Pandean Manor in the Bronx, N. Y Diane I onto, daughter of Mrs. Leo Co hen and the late Mr. Cohen, oi Miami, became the bride of Mi r man r,o| ln -on of Mr, and Mrs Isidore (John, of the Bronx The bnde appeared in a floor length gown of Italian peau de oie, styled with an empire bodice %  '-"I Princess lines. A fitted lace crown secured her fingertip vc.l She.carr.ed a white B.ble £ Mrs. Kenneth Strauss, of YonkTh* tJfc V ? S matron of honor. The bride | brother, Mvm, w ,< K?e d m Go n hn \ hPr l WerC "S 3 groom 00 ""' br ,herS 0f lh < brideFollowing a honeymoon in the 'Mother-Daughter Nighf Sisterhood of Flaglcr-Granada J


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+Jewistnorktiaun Page 11-A Expect Israel Won't Act Until Word from Dag WASHINGTON-^JTA)-Ob S erver s here expressed the view this fTJn UN We/r^r ^Tr"'' '""^ ^ com-uTaUo from UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold on his efforts to secure Jh,s New A, 0 h d H yn8m j ,eladen %  % %  Hammarksjold returned o his New York headquarters and Israeli representatives were enabled to canvas< the situation with him thoroughly. Mr. Hammarskjold* "silent diplomacy," it was believed, failed to move President Carnal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic very far from his oft-repeated mediate carriers, not ships chartered by lsr|. He was reported adamant in refusing to permit stand that he would not permit Is" I IT*"? 1 •*_ *• L D *?' n *••. | raeli cargoes through the Interna^J^T'..' ,, tl ^ • E ? YP tional waterway "regardless of con !'•"••"*•. mty 2 'Th &f >•>*"*•' sequences." NAMr iw |ge Elects President ami Beaeh insurance exHarry Levy, was elected first president el the Miami Lodge of the Free Israel, oldest Jewish fraorder in the United States. rst lodge was incorporated [meeting held at the Saxony the grown also named vice m Burton Loebl; treasurHoffman; financial secLeslie Fellerman; record etarv. Neil Leben; tiler, (fter, chaplain, Louis SeigBtees, Manuel Fried, Harry Max Kleinman. The Egyptian dictator was rportod only to have conceded to Hammarskjold that ho would permit passage of cargoes protire of Nazis ws Laughs YORK-—The City ::kiart which, two years ago mping its eyes out" over lary of Anne Frank," is now Ig hysterically and fighting [tickets to an anti-Nazi play Brecht's "Schwellr. in War II," according to a tun report in Variety, enii" 'it trade journal. comedy is baaed en the ftslovak satire, "Good Solfchweik" and, according to art, pokes fun at the Nasi rs. On its first performlin West Germany, the proB'I met with strenuous obfrem Frankfurt realwho resented "making a •y out of mass slaughter." ua newspapers, however, mted that perhaps it was a Itur.g that "former SS men tazi party members can at their own stupidities. couple of years ago. these in the audience at 'Diary' la* they remembered their patment of the Jews," VariMCd inn Flinches ontinued from Peg* 1 A former Chief of Staff Oayan had offered that Bint in a speech in Israel -m the arms deal. lie the opposition Social trats loudly criticized the [deal and called for a sweepprobe into the Defense Mmuwciwomoe* paaoMcea, both kiment oifeiaja a4 the L*J*u Mission hace denied that Is ;, 'Para*ion* pay moats had pledged as secur ity for IV pvriormaace of the arm* deuiatract. uiuraent spokesmen, too, '>'* than lukewarm in their pent* oo Premier David Ben ii. s blunt statement that the [l>ad come to normalize diplo relations between the two fries. Opinions expressed here 1thai this was no time for such since i would precipiUle "li'W of Ihe Bast German "i by the Arab States. A num^ Wast German papers, bowMipported Ben-Gurion's peaiis under charter to a New York agency. The Egyptians claim the Now York outfit is an Israeli "front." Meanwhile, a State Department declaration of policy on the Suez vided that the shipments were Canal made by the State Departkept secret and sent on interment to a bipartisan group of 25 senators, failed to elicit any enthusiasm as a positive factor in the situation. The 25. in a telegram to President Eisenhower, had expressed concern over the Egyptian restrictions on the movement of Israeli cargoes throueh the Suez Canal and, in connection with discussions for a loan to the United Arab Republic for widening the canal, stressed the freedom of transit issues. Assistant Secretary of State William Macomber. who replied to the senators for the White House, asserted that "the United States government's position with respect to the unrestricted use of the canal is clear and unequivocal." "While the efforts at settlement currently being undertaken bythe-United-actions, supported by the United States and other powers, would appear for the present to constitute the most effective means of seeking a satisfactory solution, you may be assured that we will continue to take every appropriate measure which may contribute to a resolution of this problem," he asserted. Mr. Macomber said the UAR was "fully conversant with the U.S. position." He cited the visit of UN Secretary General Hammarskjold to Cairo and said: "It is hoped that the transit problem may be resolved between the pa/ties immediately concerned, and we are encouraging and supporting the continuing efforts on the part of Mr. Hammarksjold." 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%  : t I': +Jeistfkri(ftor Frida Pago 16-A Dr. Salk Gets Honors Degree From Hebrew U. Tm Softs Gtt Otgrnj David L. Zockerbraun ass and lire. B. ZockiThrauTafJ side, has Just received h* dc-uree from New York H ,Fi;rSAI.KM Dr Jonas Salk. rental Colkfe. Another i„ rl( .,n a ior of Iho Salk ant -polio lhrw h „ hwn ^^fjf vaccine, received the highest honp„|i tan R*, rch KeHoJlA nr that Israels Hebrew I niversil> fo i um bia University, wherTT.! bestow dunnR hi* recent visit „ udyUlg for ^ ,, hD ^*M when Dr. Benjamin Maiar, M i enee of the university. conHonorary Doctorate of can bore proaidoBl ferred an Philosophl upon him. The ceremony, watched by an overflow audience in the UniverpnMnt ^^ ^^ —%  s ,tv-. (Jeow and Florence Wbo, dtnce Stti)dly evening 1 auditorium, was attended by PreDr, Jonas E. Salk, originator of the Salk antipolio vaccine, shown at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he received an Honoraiy Doctor of Philosophy degree. At left. Dr. Benjamin Maxar. Hebrew University president, presents Dr. Salk with the atation. At right, he receives congratulations horn Premier David Ben-Gunon. nuer David Falling Stone Symbolizes Polish Jewry gj By DAVID MILLER JTA \\ arsaw A. youns Polish Jew pointed to II i monument marking the site Of UH> I.I mod Ghetto uprising at Borld War II Hb face was blank \pivsvionless. I'lie monument, covered with :: k icaffolds, roao n t h kd a mrw Mahonad by rain %  T he but Ol the tahM is bod." Ii ..ud. "tad the stone is BOO il II No OM baa dona anything weeks Tins i> the WtJ it is here for all ol us" inhVfoot high, dark |Taj i monnaaeni almost hidden in Rof oi ne apartment bouses ,> v tribute to the Wanna Jet > revolted deaporatelj In Lpi nd oa the admiration ol %  if arorML id public criticism of the Jews. A m 0I| Polish non Communists ami those who deny interest in politic*, the Jews are universally classed as Communists and receivers of government favors Cab drivers will tell you that Hitler did one ooed rhino but didn't 90 far enouoh. Students will tell you that Jews stick together and work only for themselves. The stone originally destined as a tribute to Hitler was donates) by the Swedish Government after the war. It faces the now demolished brick edministu'ion confer from which the J.>sh populace was ruled due i the Nan occupation. Una a wth aba ;". WORM :.via> id *> loots! Bocora s n Po1 I before taw 1 were Irillad 1 .• : %  :. W,-: % %  :-., V an. (Ml .* :\4aavd late :s har, 1 A-. I'. taw :> far iaaiajal 1 .. an Sar.^ ta $e: Kc I is a: ar. a'.'. tiaM "V cod. dutllusKtned and bitter. v : oaiy to h>e out their hve* • hatever they have '.eft. TV roust and at&ile-aaW ttea ^ • duTwvift pnAieas. If they i Jewvsa>AMSBMtisv( nan**, they a. :: is almost laapossibie fee lo iNvtap* positions of rebiatj aasi utUMrUooe. v< a resaut. svvaee ae*s !vav* ced thetr tuaaes at aaJsarvoM ^.oe Aer aaeacrty. •** > %  > %  %  t ry *• W For the Krtt Uloe a-ith a popolat w ol B, QOo.000, is aearij IM peretal Ro Cathohc The p Kprea... ) that "at last. Poland has no lavish problem The 0 n 1 j Yi ':' ItSS [PeoB '• shed bj tha Coaanum;>: Pi I", ther • par* %  • Theater in Warsaw and other culta but not the iota :. The total money allotted i< at-• 1 raoslah oToaaon btnts Ihe ol (oar to -vie dollar. Tourwar three %  I k t*t 4 *od the black rr.arket Halt a few clinsins to the hope of immi gration to Israel In the yard outside the syna fOfoe, two men spend ttraq •roridni daj preMrioi hafi wooden shippins crat< Their work i> aoriottt and painratty The eratei thewill tell wn, are for tha day when those h> have received their passpoitl and linal approval-and are still —can leave Poland for another %  Ben -Gurion, other utanes of the country, and dtannaushed vi,.tors from abroad. Prof. Mo tha Raerwnila-arHi. dean or the Mobeew University medical laewtty, read the citation laudint Dr. Salk. which dobed the American physician chemist whose e hansiv e rchos in virwleey wl*eso hievements In this sphere have him international renown. The Salk vaccine i an achievement of the highest importance in the battle against a disease which today ce^stitotes a ma|or threat to humanity." "Dr. Salk'* discovery." the ciUlioa continued, "has been instrumental in savin? thousands of human beings from >uffenng and death and has earned him the graUtoda of mankind as a whole." Premier Ben^unon characterSwim Donee Sunday be Miami Beach Jaycee-ettV Crown hotel. ned Dr. Salk as one of the est scientists in the world aafj oa a great humanist the leader said that Salk was 1 : sentativo of the powerful, 1 forces that existed m States Jewry and symboliied] spiritual partnership betwaj constructive pioneers of Israeli the leading intellectual elea in the United States. As ho rose to give bis address on "Han in Evo Dr. Salk received a tumutuooii tion. saying that "This hu a much more moving ei than I had anticipated." At the Hebrew University^ h medical school, he lectareij "Theoretical and Practical' erations in Inactivatlon of by Chemical • • • • • • • &f ••••••• &f • • • • • • • • • THRIFT IS ALWAYS IN STYLE in taws SonoKbaoc toMao* d bo fo4w • actre* rwke m to* faaish Ciem.at Part,. Thoaw who h ahwost aaaawut> ferfaat the* ctaaai as Jews. -> ail evsdeatc*. hiMnrrer. t*r? -vr caaaaaeteiy wcaav the baWI i4w Sr* Wra a Jew tVy anj MK mceace JwAaataa t -. -.V? are %  • in r —i gy ssiaawv^i 5 ^*fo*aal -baaasts' or "Hare-^t Ahbaswch the Q~a.wa.nl Poahj • • *-t 1 t smeae at c the paeaa1 "*ws scrveaj crtosaa the K *-ad5rsiaw 0 t o w a Xa Jc-Vacma aa Chraabar \'* aint .v-W okwaanrv H i :? Maior funds and intpiratier. no^a^ver. conto rrom the a.merv. can Joint Distnouhon Committee reorosenfed m Warsaw by Henry Burgher, a •ereran social workor. The JIX' aaBaMBM :be rrhfwt at Polish Jews, I-, -svataaar kosher fcoi aotbiU pay* aoawoastratirr eaota a=d keeps the :: c* Jevnshness uatact TV Otamuatioa for Behabthtaaoe thratgb Tnawau; tOatTl — i.r.u.- a ;-j aaaaj ataaaal hi ohwawa n> work, lake Baargher J. at aaaataaaaaraaa ajH >:.-:a. TV oeawr of Jewtsb tit aa Poland i auc is Warsaw. wVre only 5.#o Jews or*, bnt at Ipoer ani l-xaer SOesu. :he dtaa*at< hanaa aiaaxj Af Geraua tan a the la u aaaaa areas, where the other 3ko* Jew, ore. bae ts a shadow of tbe are-war days. The • • t • • • t CK cr the jreari many things go out of style. But saving money never becomes old fashioned, .•specially at FLAGLE* FEDERAL SAVINGS. At Flagler Federal your money earns a generous dividend of 4^ and when you open a savings account a will receive one of these beautiful gifts* Free, FOR NEW ACCOUNTS OF $250 OR MORE r -CSSJL^ !" ^ KttftWaa,, i^vssr 1 w LW *~ • beaotif J ajaoi and Mack ! AsVr rM kve at ta* aiex af a^aewwe. 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*-?,.' V****"*^^-^^^** %  SKiT.i*)'^ Page 10-B ONCE A KNIGHT ALWAYS A KNIGHT AT KING ARTHURS COURT For Dinner t Dancing and To Be Entertained 3y the Six Singing Strings and the Twin Pianos Miami Springs Villas TU 8-4521 Art Brims, co-ewaer Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl j general manager, world traveer E A Centre fa or latcd $1 .000 000 popular man about town, wffi 'Jdra his c P ^ $ mT libel suit against this columnist if teU .One* ^^ se married and has NO "Missus as ths co urnn so g ^ d eral week ago. One and All. We nereo> m f gir s wouldn't want to do anything to upset Jack s social Jack Sandler's still single. NAMES MAKE NE^WS: Local folk, especiallythe ££•£ are trekking to the Diplomat for short sojourn;^Von he Dlptocouples, all of whom are B^J^JfiS Alan Cutlers, mat fairways and greens^ The. are^theDa KJ ^ ^ sr^^binrB^Se^s^: &.-..,, ,...,. Kah T^,e Ted Sewe.ls won', be golfing at Bayshore Sunday. They'll b. Lake Placid (Fla. visiting son Mark. 10. at his camp. 10 NJft HfCMT NJOY A GRAND WtlKlHD DAVID ROSNIR't I HOTEL r •* A POOL>CABANAS OK THE 0(t*i • 'rh S1IKI. allAMI IUCH •.OMPlffflr AiR-ZOHJiTIVNlD I lr Ail Informnt en Ph. UN 6-3831 5 % -I'urjni and Cocktail lounge 3500 CORAL WAY Phone HI 3-1068 DINNERS t am th* open charcoal hearth p5 395 LUNCHEON Served from 11 30 e.m. leiceo' Sot. 1 Sun Special I 85c COCKTAILS Manhattan, Daqulri, Member of Diners' Club a id American Express Koran MEALS INCLIDED TTT? ubie nrciounn ""•an Trool IT Oetan Vies All Other IH OM P i l e. H i Hlrh-i UNCLE OCX —ADD 13 MI ii. J.I a ROI'EAN PUS APARTMENTS a>3 Ir., I'. .., ** lie ,1 .• Bayshore Golfers Club. They finished in a tie for second with Ted Sew. U and Elaine Lesser. Leo Fenster and Barbara Bafalo put together a best ball score of 69. one sho< less than the second-place teams" scores. Mrs Posner leaves for Hinsdale. Mass.. today to visit daughter Lois, at Camp Bomaca. In September, the Posners will take off for a European jaunt. Also embarking on a European vacation at the end of the month will be Attorney Stan Brody The virus bug interferred with the Mel Lessers' vacation in Nassau, keeping him bedded most of the time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Sam Reinhard and Isadore Spolter enjoying weekends • the Sterling hotel. Nominated for well-dressed honors among Ihe area's women fair way fans: Marge Sewell. Twila Schultz. Phyllis Pollak and Elaine Has kin Don't know anybody who loves the game more than Florence Paiken—Never misses a tournament—her home course is Normandy Shores. -* AROUND TOWN: Miami Beach Boxing Commissioner Lou Gold, on the National Boxing Assn. investigating committee, has just been appointed to the group's nominating committee. Betty Keen and Lew Parker, one of the better man-and-wife corned. teams on the cafe circuit, are regaling 'em at the Americana Bal Mas que. Remember when the twosome were married al the Thunderbird o, with Mr. an<] Mrs. Paul Pollak boating the memorable affair? Such stars as Sophie Tucker. Frankie Laine Joe E l.. DeHaven, Milton Berie, just to name %  few, were amonj ering array of guests, Charles C. Goldberg, managing director of the Delano, overjoyed with the public's reception of Sam Gyson's radio show in the Zodiac lounge. The opening broadcast last Friday broke all records for that popular spot. Sam always has a host of celebs on hand for his informal chatter shows. A familiar and always Welcome entertainer to our town Jack pens ,.i Ihe PonUinebleau La Ronde tomorrow night with French chanteuse Fernanda Monte! While we re m I n miniscing vein recap .lack s n.yht dub bow. at K.tty Davis' Airliner, on Alton rd., right after he left the armed services. He was stationed on the Beach hUZ-r.h 1 ""' III d t re P tati, n a < COmk, While entertain,,, buddies at the ou door has,, theatre on 41st it., C.Ughl the attention ,,, Danny and KJtt} Day S. From there. Jack wen, into a Broadwa cal. and has been in the Big Time ever since ov > L0e Bar k ry back J h,s vocallst Wh "1 the Saxony Ivory Tower The exotic spot has caught on in a bi. „., w„h the local aiter-da.k Dont be surprised to run into friends any night vou take th d enclosed elevator and soar to the rooftop rendezvous. va h RESTAUR ANT R0W = Mr. and Mrs I Bcitcher holding a Bar Mill %  ~r£ Trctrr.?: tssr—•• *<> %  > H Ihe re,..u,.„f!U^ ', h l'S5'Z '""* y M im """"" Songwriter Benny Davis and mniiu ,-ii,i„ •mi Springs VIM,, r end„v„„ „ m J £%££ JJ"^ "> 79 Communities Raise $52 Million NEW YoIiK-MTAi-The COUSV cil ol Jewish Feden I W** (are Funds has I thai nioii Jewish communits fund-ralsiBg drives are in their I %  ;' T,(| man) have alread] been completed.' Aol June 19. the 7!' cotsV munities reportm camp tign re suits to i 'tl had i I national and local nee Is This is 14 I higher than tl wrabb results on the same cards Last Among lti large cities there was an average increase ol 12.7 pe 1 cent. Eleven ol 'hem have already] exceeded their 1958 totala, five <>t the campaigns are still continuing. Friday, j^ J Ml Study For Rabbinate In Israel Ml Hecht. who had bat* ^ Tifereth Israel Congregaul junior rabbi, was awarded t %  arship for one year of study Hebrew University to prepa the rabbinate and left for Sunday. Hecbt ia a sophomore at thi versity of Miami, and lives] his parents. Mr. and Mrs Hecht. 1204 El Prado, bles. Before deciding on the ri ate. Hie lf-year-old henor dent wos active in school | entortalnment. He hat many aftswarancos on tat, and with U.S.O. tours. He announced for Miami] School during the half time i at the Orange Bowl, and leading roles in such "Teahouse of the August and "My Three Angels." He was chosen "Heartth a girls' Jewish service cli senior year in high scho highlighted by being eleo the "Hall of Fame' for sir his club. School and commtuj chaplain of the National Society. After returning from It wll attend the Hebrew Una lege in Cincinnati. Althoug studies require nine years,] hopes to make it in seven '. I ieONFIRi J Uryest fmmtilf Trmdi im ON 7tts, ST. UuStMAll '*A4A*#Atf>A****A' NJOY YOUR OWN SPECIAL ARTY AT THE LUCERNE'S UTHENTIC LATIN REVUE STARRING DIOSA COSTELLO AND AN EXCITING ALL STAR CAST: • DON CASINO MILOS VELARDE • ROBERTO and ALICIA • PEPE BLANCO The Music off FAUSTO CURBELO and his Orchestro • World's Most Beautiful Show Girls Creeps of 10 fo S00 con thrill t this 59 eWifrew ef the world-aulaimed hit! Svptrk 1—4, mat (hit a servKt-wnefever tht sptiitl ttmtltm. CLUB CHALET iTTm OCfANfRONT 41st to 42nd STS.. MIAMI BEACH Coll CATERING MGRJ JE 2-2541 Frotn CATCPtlNQ rOSt ALL OCCASlOS > tHtw A 940-71it-St.,MiiniiiBei NORMANDIf RfSTAURANt „ Fr..f W iUN6-043A,^| 1 Under Orthodox VlK MaMahru' (more HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT T(fJ KOSMIt CATIIIIS f ~* free. k*n d>eererea N • UmpUt. befM !w 1 S,h STM,A "' PHONi PR ** WIN MOUSE WEDDINGS RAJ MTZVAM RKT0W J



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Sni^KKSBranPffiKSptRNR^V **S(Q^ES4OT^. i r Jei§tfkr**W r^M Tl7 J Page 4-A OFTTCE and PLANVr 1 NJI So* Street Telephone FH 4-1141 — FR M212 Teletype Communication* M/rmi TWX MM396X "* Jewish FloridiAn ^ Art ^ *•" Some Employers Shocked 1*% /fey f/W flgofty Their fo„|, | FRED K. SHOCHET. LEO MDTOLIN .... Edilar and Pubfisher ExecutiTe Editor %  %  ruir-"* Khnith T* yff n^^-^T^gj ^ c^tun-.n. OR* V*** SMi ISRAEL BUREAU 10 A. D. Gordon Street Tel Artr, Israel %  AY U. BINDER Correspond**! Number 29 V0hme33 Fndoy. July 17. 1959 11 Taxnuz 5719 Personal Diplomacy Fails No one is quite sure with what UN Secretary ijeneral i>ug nammarsjcjold left Cairo following his effort to persuade UAR President Nasser to release the Inge Toft cargo. The secrecy surrounding the talks would seem to indicate that he acheived absolutely nothing. This conclusion is lent credence by the fact that the Israel government last week refused to reveal the substance of a Hammarslcjold report to Jerusalem on just exactly what he did "accomplish" and by a timid statement in Washington several days ago suggesting faith in Israel to do nothing until everyone has been given a chance to study the results of the Cairo proceedings. If our deduction was predictable, it is only a reasonable one, forecast in these columns well before the UN chief's plane ever touched down in Egypt. President Nasser's recalcitrance in the Inge Toft fracas, which has tremendous international implications, is not the land of thing that lends itself to personal diplomacy. Nasser insists that he has belligerent's rights with respect to Israel. This is a double crime against world law and order. The Constantinople Treaty of 1888 clearly indicates that Suez Canal transit shall not be denied warring nations. But more important, it is a disastrous flouring of the Armistice Agreement Egypt signed with Israel on the Island of Rhodes in 1949. The agreement, as well as those signed with three other Arab nations, was never sup planted by a proper peace treaty, and here hes the substance of the United Nations failure to bring peace to the Middle East The kind of personal diplomacy to which Mr. Hammarskjold a unfortunately addicted has contributed largely to this continuing failure. By going to Cairo, Hammarskiold merely gave Nasser additional reason to rise in his self-esteem-to believe that he is beyond international justice. Without the power of the UN behind him. his was no more than a qlorified sightseeing tour at public expense. Needed is not Dag Hammaiskjold's sporadic do-goodism but a firm United Nations Short of this, it would be better to ignore 'the question from afar. Personal diplomacy only removes it even further from practical solution The Battle for Men's Minds When Miss Marian Anderson, one of the aac £ US T S f u Ur age Was some 20 years ago denied the right to sing in Constitution Hail in Washington. D.C.. that was bad enough Neither Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's blast at he Daughters of the American Revolution in FeTlow^ "^ Pre8ldem !" -SCTS m!l?r^^ migrants address to them ever molhhed j e renowned artist's humiliauon and .he cWous propaganda efforts we suifered as a consequence of the affair. sun ea •Joi,, poo,, y "USt,*" e -* %  country as a whole tt,„ f"' lot on the S him S^tLS^ s ST^ basis of his skin color. P e ,enuous 4 Tf GROWS IN THE UiJ. The Senate s Sad Faux Pas The United States Senate this week narrowly missed adding a new measure of democracy to its tradition even as the nation was still celecrcting the addition of another star the 49th — to Old Glory. Beaten by a slim margin was a move to put the Senate on record as favoring the withholding of U.S. aid to nations discriminating agc;nst American citizens. The target was clearly Saudi Arabia, and t JTZ MOr8 f D re S "PPtauded oiL 'an K C0llea <3ues that we "desecrate" our „ag by permitting it to fly over Dhahran. Dhahran is the site of a U.S. air base anH was h e central reason behind the vST her e So.O(lolo0. a ,thebaSe,0,he u -o, soTe **. in thisrega r d ^TZT^r^ icon Jewish coSun i£*" "^ f he Ame to ^nsssssss^ s ubmis8i evolve around om q !" catl0n continue to *and ,1 %£&, £*££* Douglas (D.-Ill) for honor f and ^ Paul against Jews has come a El d,SCnmina, ton Patently too late. l0n la8t ~ if ap But it is not answr~t u views which hold .ha, ZpJe I 8UCh abs "*d become a policeman for ,£ ^ Can h rdl y abroad. The PrestfeXfmZ", na,io must indeed be a pohcema n K""''^ S,a,e „ lr M4M4.D itAVMIMM F ORMER f mSIDIMT Harry S. Truman had a visual aid it White House visitors—and himself—that bit desk w, tfc, mental summit The device waa a placard that said ji mpJr Buck Stops Here" Thus m an uncomplicated American idiom. President acknowledged full responsibility for the final decisions of bit live department And. out of the day-to-day activities of tht come manv experiences teaching toe etmm eseential &f „„. where along the line the buck of diacrtminattaa can be p^Z further Presidents and high ranking executives—tep manaeemeU| the responsibility for discrimination, whether hi employment, mcnagtmeni hat 4 mptnmbduy in ending di> ( n ml dorm I k**' *'* og an, arordin> to ji fxre't i"t u.n matter* with the narnnul itjff ^ n .. •-. ItttM of B'nai Bnth. who leu forth hu u, K ., Q en chit rnOCal luhifii or resort hotelYet the fart exists: often they don't know that crimination is being practiced in their own businesses. In ca-e after case. ADL has found that anti-Jewish discriml does not necessarily represent the will or policy of top manage More often lhan not. it reflects the whim of subordinate echelool' this level, employees responsible for hiring, for making reservai for selling or renting homes, often operate on their own They criminate because they think top management expects them t. ( because they are themselves prejudiced and knew they can pot taj prejudices to work and get away with it. In turn, top managemtat| often ignorant of what's going on and ass umes that such pr*ctican] exist or were long outmoded. THtll nVIMlHI WCGISTIOM A FEW EXAMPLES will show the point: For several yean;, a j^ ** community relations agency in the mid-West collected fufaa that the local branch of a multi-million dollar corporation duenna ated in employment. Its orders to employment agencies for all kat of jobs, from order clerk to sales manager, almost invariably SM fied: Jews not wanted. The community relations agency sought ted the practice by conferring with the branch manager. He wusj sympathetic and side stepped all suggestions for change Negotiations on this level were stalemated ao the Jewish ageaa] called on ADL for assistance. ADL then conferred, in New York. j| the senior vice president of the firm (whose operations exteahl throughout the Western hemisphere). This top executive was shads] to learn that any unit of his company discriminated for reason d religion, that a mid-West supervisor had turned down a request* remedial action He assured ADL that his corporation had no intrral at all in the religion of its employees. He pointed out that its S York headquarters had many Jews on its staff. He also solicited AOU advice about a course to follow ^ The three suggestions offered were: The responsible executiw the mid Western unit should be made to understand clearly that, MI no circumstances, is religion or race to be a factor in hiring promouaj or firing employees: this policy should be nude clear to all empk*| with personnel responsibilities; all employment agencies used by firm should he instructed that the firm's only interest is merit, ooti religion or race of prospective workers. The vice president accepted these suggestions and said that tat] would be implemented immediately. He also bad an idea of his MI at (he very next meeting of the top management committee, he awl !'" pose that a written directive go forth to all personnel emphasis the corporation's policy of non-discrimination I in in discrimination. 1MB MRMaVM wi/cr N THIS SITUATION. 1,000 miles separated top management fnJ the scene of the crime Kmployment discrimination can exK rxA at home loo Well-motivated officials are often so preoccupied si re!ationT nCSS h ''' V "' n<1 "' bccome ob, v '" toproblem^ of huatj erallnvM rM nm ,' 1 ,l,>par,ment • big-city bank had instructed aj Th„ 1.1 '• n,plovm, n "Jiencies that "Jews are not to be referral n the charge The break came early this year. A bank perassl notTS hi '"-qualif,ed stenographer frankly that he caJ ^ •;;;;;;;;'", conversaUon; it opened the doo? to long-nee*] M.n,,e| ,, d l ;re. ,, I r^ '^ ^ ff CiaU D P i ** %  the the bank nrl T?'^ '" a {en "• d """ ti-Jew.sh poueyH „ ,1 ." : n 1 "?. kpd • the facts and was more realistic. H ends ulld 7w w P %  ent Venonal letter to the emal* offered u", !" l Tc6 ,n m k,n >>b referrals. And finally. N banks personnel mS? ,nv,,a "" to make periodic surveys of M felt, would Mp^urlrh • n i d h f """Po-tion of iU aiatf. Thu.M anfn..a„ 0nd of abomination in his bank ^^a^^Li?^ hM *-* "- d ^ r ni clerks, not thainil L P lt view rf rewrvation managers 4 insistent pat"er?of^i raa a,eB,enl ** •. ADL delected* "> the East XM Jl*" xmin lion t one of the largest resort h*N "ndings He „.S"L n,1B* er w ***"yl whaThe saw ADIJ %  innings n e cxamin ^ ,/ •*"• %  oismayeo waea ne saw -j warranted n ^ ,h m • nd "knowledfed that ADLs coscaj < -oodwili. that discrim'ln^ W c, '" r U,at *• manager wai a •• <* me memoer, 5 h?. A^.* M Cata d ^ u d u *" *Z2i steps. rs ol hl$ department He took immediate correct* a m io*U.X„ 0 tS S I i eV ^• ycar that the local man.g.meoMJ *• -real fm,n ll ~, n l y ~ touil1 na -<>P*"ted by one of A^ rom Chr, s .„„ s nv ^' on '^" •ekreg.tlag tU Jewish ten** *o rehgioua ghet Z *"* a ." on J 00 60 that the rumor had sul^fH '" the development' Am "^ "" Owitttaa. had been crastj denied any such praetll fi p f roach the weal management eJJ bought the proble' Vr.i. "' "* evi *^ mounted. Finally *J "Perators. An mi tentioB of top official, of the swatj ,0 k remedial c Uo n ^ wort, • • top affkial* .mmed..^ %  Si



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KASaiaSa***. M^MBM^M^H I i*iw %  Friday. July J7 # Page 12-A Translation Offers Insight Into Lives Cf Noted Spiritual -H—ht from lb* ? ***** •cbaowax ta jkMIf i Ea*iab4aaca-*c edbi the Kew Hater „ ~ af AAM l aia larael |eMH tit* the general esce.t*e book as rrfietied b* ^jjnt af mac? -MB the wr <* %  %  merest** to Mnaiw _.£tr.er Mr and -•<%  --:.:.;i •'. S;h*chnowin was bom %  Jl ^ 3 Lithuania in IS74Afte* hjlBj at the Yeshiva of RahC -do Heights Will Break Ground to Yochezkief LipscHWx, the •K,v, he ktcn preacher ,1 lewder o the JewLI line ay •* Ed-9. H was there that MS literary be c 10 Frart Mho* he ktaM adder "T>er 1Mb.' %  .-tort be i ears Der braei.._ .._.. y OHMi >ai O t aiii rj %  *•* Fr.-t:.= Vv a the ease af many af other crk*. st vac M "Der brfei frM Ifce Wev. %  tt appear in week!; %  In 1955. Schachr addiSflfC SCHACHN0WI1Z ... .83rd a i l. fl. ^. !" Ib^t He b r e v %  snail nomcattendir: p ..-.doreaking will be es• i Motorcade procession =:ion's pre-c.: ^ -to the new site work. He dx-d lr, 1S52 It. "Light from the Wesf ha$ else been translated in'o Hebrew, and the present Englishlanguage edition is exclusively available from Philip Feldheim, Inc, New York C-ty. The late author's son-in-law and daughter here refer to his 'Tine literary style wedded to a keen sense of history and a true evaluation of things that mattered." One critic said that in "'Light from the West" all the rare qualities are prominently displayed in the excellent and colorful English i ue excellent ana coionui cngu ;REPHUN'S HEBREW; translation of Joseph Leftwich o > BOOK STORE Largett '3 Omit Hebrew y Meuee hi Greater Miami WHOtfSAl! oad tfTAIl The book contains character and J history studies of the Chassan Soitr. Rabbi Nathan Adler. Rabbi 1 Akiba Eger. and Rabbi Pinchas Hurwitz. among other noted spit' % c.mp'ete Lm. of Met^-ew Suppiie, ai leaders and scholars S^noai Schools ; .SRAELI errs .m, NOVELT.ES Cord Pevty Wednesday Night I 117 Waskioetea Are. Mi JEffersM 1-9017 **•** < Card party will be given by TifJ ereth brad Sisterhood at the Con --•>• i<-r Wednesday at 8.15 p.m Emarvj-E! Holds Site Dedication Of New Branch Sunda '• IS a m. • ind I %  be for children f memben •.anu-EI who live in that Samuel Friedland, Temple president, said Wednesday that the building will be erected at a cost of some $300,000, and will contain nine classrooms, clerical offices, kitchen, lounge, library, meeting rooms and assembly hall. Jules P Channinc is architect for the new twosiorv bunding. i Ciller and Fryd are the construction firm. Dedication service will feature Dr. Irving Lehrman and Cantor Israel Reich. Co-chairman of the building committee are Joe Rose and Max Boderman %  Temple Emanu-El president Friedland said that the religious school branch should be completed in time for fall occupancy. i Here, men ory is forever enshrined n beauty has lie* uawram e of iinrverH dintit l*-ju( ... tod lltere jrn H* Prophets His cs.mmenUnei on^thcommeiiiaij '••• %  ..—i • lay, displaying an extraordinary scientific approach to Biblical studies i ha Bible ipnon fiarod by ItabM Mrat 0IClf fBlfDMAN Youth Will Conduct Service | A 13-year-old lad. Bar Mitzvah las. May 1. wiU conduct the three hour Sabbath services of ihe North Shore Jewish Center on Saturday morning. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz said this week v .'^' e F,wdm n. who won the MaUlda Ratner Award for Fx cellence .n Hebrew Studies" given annually by the Bureau of JeS Education, w.ll handle the e serv.ee by himself, including £ sermon, cantorial chants and Iturgical portions. Dickie, an accomplished musi,c.an has ptayed the clarinet ,„ i nd for lb' JUni r "* ^"^ Band for the past two years He also holds down the post of %  „ with the football team at North Shore, .nd earns spending mon"y by baby sitting 8 ey Alex C Fr^ t h,,S0n0fMran dMrs. Alex Fnedman, 7410 Carlyle ave and ^has a ,6,ear<, ld sister, tt Boycott Confab, Rabbis Urged TEL AVIV—i ..i • "Who is ,i jew control said he had called the convention here to explain various rulings • ; deciakmi pf the Chief • Rabbi Toledano had contended that the decisions in question had been adopted without a required qtorum and were therefore invalid. •i him bj up h i he conti nded, were i. • with the n -.. nation of Mr Sha| nd three othei ligious Pi rtj I ibinel membi The Chid KaoOinaw i request rabbinical boycott ol the conventloo nutel that "for more than I" years nobodj BM dared to convene the rabbis of IsraeJ without the permission of, or against the wil of. the Chief Rabbinate.' To Lite in Hearu We Lcatf'] behind ... h to Ltvt Furererf'i PALMETS HEM0RIAU ^" L "Mtoatfi OMf m*mm*l' Schostutod Unveilinqi StnWAY. JHU it. its* • Jewita Sadie* ml Weoa -a ateaeariaf • CeaKfery MOSU I IfJKCA WilSnt. 3 au KaKbi In-in* f •Their S>.'. R in EteYna\ Pi ARRANSEKINTS BT PAIMER S MIAMI MONUMf ST I Miami Hebrew Book Stort] 1S8S Waahlnftoo A Miami Beach — -£"•* Hebrew Rellgloua aoPP 1 '** **T •ynaaoauea. Schoo'a A P'•'* u l ISRAELI a ooaiaaTic OIFTIT ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE AU Hfttfw iurmii foff srNAcocuf$ i nwts* HOMH 1357 WASHINGTON AVL JE 17722 he t Robbi Dr. TiW H. Sten 111 WaaMMfltM aVN. _•• v



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L July 17. 1959 Pag* 15-A BY HINWY liONAKO Ira aa^>R^ AN5HF SrUNFF L.OAL NOTIC. LEGAL NOTICS i ,/• %  V — NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N*ME LAW N'TKK IS HEREBY GIVEN thai I' IK ii. .1. %  !• %  Iring to FH|M in business under the fi PAKTs srppLIERs oK MIAMI at Miami. Flo.. Intend to register raid name wuh the < lerk of the circuit Cowl .f I mil* • Mat) Florida DWAYNK V COX LCCIA i: cox T ia-17-24-11 "fabbt, down hoah w don't ntfnd you proottiin' ogaintt social injustice ... at long as you all don't aot too spodfk." %  Safe*** aaaal — %  LEGAL NOTICC LtGAL NOTICE NOTICE UFTDmR FICTITIOUS N*MI LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that i desiring to rniur In L r|i-r Hi* fl. tltlou* namr of f, iHX AlE AITK at 106* i.-. Miami Heath. Fla.. Inji --clster aald name with the %  of 'he circuit '* %  ; f 1 % ..!. %  K and OLUA KAHN' I ih St Miami Beach M ; iT-.*l. i l NOTICE UNOER nCTlTIOUS NAME LAW r is HEREBY GIVEN tlut lesll ng |o • -lit:.me in d.i • i fi. lllloua nan I.Sv| !-> ; CO al 105 East'41 at ,li Ila Intend to r-..inwith the Clark of the rt o( I side County. Florida H'GIT l> i-ooVKR / !VI!TI.K <> Cool'I'M I! WKI.IN I>. OOI>BN WITH A oGl'liN W.VIN I (Xll'CN IKK Midi, ant* 7 17-24-11. 1 7 l0T.CE BY PUBLICATION %  .E -iRCUIT COURTOR TH |ESTH JOOICIAL CIRCUIT or -.' :>* IN AND FWI tK 3LNTY. rN CHANBBWY. No. StCI MBA*. |K .\IIIAK. nl IT FOR DIVORCE •-x GOMP.AS'.ningvtone Avrnut %  aTlCk, New Jer*ey \NK GOMRAS are hereby I'.II! of Complaint for been filed again*! • i.-.|iii'rd to nerve a %nawei or Pleading lo Ine i plaint on the plaintiff* ,HMAS COLD West Flagl. M I file the orlKiaMtl Anol nw in th* off'n-e of the %  I'lrruii Court on • %  • dat of July. %  .. if you ) idgiin til l> ilefaul' for the relief :n the lllll ol 'omul '. be published I hr* week* -M I'l.olllDIAN • .Fil)KHRI> at Miami. .:ti.I day "I June. A D LRATrTBRMAM*. Clerk. m. I>ade Countv. Florida B> K M. LYMAN. I'-puiy Cl.ik. MIAN col.DSTEIN Halntlff • Hauler Street Florida, S/S4. 7/1-10-IT 10TICE BY PUBLICATION [HE CIRCUIT COOrTT OR THE /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OR LOB IDA | N asm B-QN OADE tOcNTY. IN CMAjctERY. No. S9CSHS ,' *-'N SORRK.Vrl.No. h 'P.RENTINo. a/h/a KM ToitRi Hi..1 „ S ^IT FOR CMVOoVCE ''N T SOIIUKXTI JOHNNY W t tHfcM ;• hereby notified that a Hill % %  i .mi for nivorre hM'kten flle.l "•I. and you fro rrq'uirad to i>y nf your AriMre*a# MMf.f.J h ,:i11 f t'omplalnt on the I'l'fAitornev Kol^-rt A I'eterI I:. %  :> %  h Firat Nnjonal Bank f" : aSv ihuac %  if the Clerk of the Ctrl' -n or before tho th <1:> I •'If vo n JaB t o hy dafault will be taken • lor the reltet .lemaaded la ahall be p-ihllaked one* i for four HI,. Cj'n wiRii KixiiiniAN ihla Zih day of Jun. I I-KATHKHMAN. .Merk. Ufa K r*r l> 1*1 National Bank Bl.ls % &f y (or Plaintiff T/l-lt-1 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAKlE LAW VOTICK IS HKRPI'.V iilV*KN that the under*if,ne<1. deelrinK to mgagr In l>uatnM tinder the firtltlnul name of fill: BWATK IH>NVAI.ESCKXT %  i l:sl\<; itlusil-KNi-i: al ••• S'W soth Slr.-el. S.mth Ml .ml I lendx to r.Ki-t.i f u.l name lth the Clerk >•( the llreilft CSrurt of M Count). Fii ItoBKKT M SYKK iwiier <;o|.I.MAN A i;i'I.IWKI\ Attorney %  ( %  •• lt.-n -trant ZW W Unaler St reel KlorUn 7 17-Jt-Jl. I 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. MCUU In He Al-'ITIOX OF MINOR CHIU>RKN. MX HA KrSTHKIt si-HAI-IKO and RARKN KITH S. HAI'IKo l:> : MATTMBW M TiVOKFmMAN. j..ln..| by SARA Zl'CKERMAX. hla ulfe NOTICE BY PUBLICATION PETITION FOR ADOPTION To WALTER M SCHAPmu '•ahriiu Boulevard New York. \ V Yol ARH HEREBY NOTIHB1) that %  Petition has been filed In the abovat.vled Court by MATTH^V M /.I < KKftalAN, joined by SARA ZI'KKRMAV, his wile, for the adoption of IJNltA KRTHKR WHArtRO and KAREN RVTH SH'HAPIRd. minors, by the fvtitioner. MATTHKW M XHCKflrtBIAN. and you'are rguireil to ocrve a cody ut your Aoawer or obje. tkina ty allow cnime wliy Mill PettHon should not be trraaied on the Attnrneye (or Petitioner. Tnllanotf W.ilier. of <;! Unroln Road. >0ami Bearn. Elorlrla. and fe the orlrlnal In the office of the Clortt of the C.livuit r\xft on or bajore Auiuat 10. i*'-V IfEltEIN FAIT. XOT. or a Were* Pro I'onfeaao will be entered acalnat you. WITNKSS my hand and Ihe aeal of saWI Court In Miami. Da-le County. Hornl... this th day of July. 1*:,*. E. I! I.KVTHEKMAX clerk of aald Court N 8S 7/3-10-17-21 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY "JtVEX that the undersigned, iteslrinc to engage In bufrlnors under ih. fictitious; name t WliTrrT*ALI MINIM El'BNITlltK COlfPANY. NOT INC at l|77 N\ESth ArHH. North Miami. Florida Intern! to register said name Ortth the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Da*o County. Florida. LCIS A. ALCALDE JOSEPH VERRIER S VINCENT PAUL, JR. Attorne> f..r Both NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deslilne to engage in business under P. HOTEL at 37." Ocean Drlv< Mian Ik ich Intend to rerhiter aald name *lth the cierk of it of Dad. County, Plot kht ORORUE HI.I'M and Ol III.I'M. hl> if' kl'ssl.n: HAR.1 • ROTH All.mi. is I \ ; inu U Ifl Sfeet .,.,„.,-.„ wwi' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 9C SEW PETITION OF JASE.1 CHARLES SI-W"TOR. Joined b> El'NICE a!blNR SPECTOR hi, [ wlfr. for Ihe adoption of MR HALL A. DELMAN. !1 mlnpr, _.... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF PETITION FOB ADOPTION TO: RONALD I.oVlS DTTLMAS 21-23 7th Street Jittiii^&Vvr^ ih.. iiStf^lM" BTJ A^'-CrlARi^ ATSKK RPBWyjf. his wife for the A.Mpfion of MfCfrAEl. A DE \J<\S a minor, by the Petitioner. JAMW CHAKtJu-S sJECTOH, and you are -uired to serve a cow of your Anrer or &f thtertmtss to ahow iF 1*> said I'elltion should not be sTrantan o the Attorn-v for I'elJtlpner GRORIIR J TAUANt.rT !*J ol 42 l.hi.oln Rood. Miami Beach, Florida And file the original In tho office of the Cl^h of th. Circuit Court on IMbefore Aurust I. IW. r^sra* HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Deere* Pro .-oafesao will tKrTtlerod again* "wiTNHRB my hand and the aoal of -..VTourTm Miami. Ijsrte r-lorida. W .- -"fV.^,^, *Crk of said court looall By: R R"' K i R t %  ***" |rmiO Clork NOTICE UNOf•> FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IN HERF.BY GIVEN thai the uraSerahjnVl. a>Mrhg lo .ngOATO h. AMERICAN CREDIT ;.t •" %  raalB BT Mliml Intend, lo register aald Zm. wlih the Clerk of the <*lrcuIt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. SacSBSO i:l'IIARD L. BENEDICT. Plaintiff, CARMEN BENEDKT, NOT'ICE BY PUBLICATION SUIT FOROIVORCE TO: CARMEN HENEDICT 41".2 South liiphan Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin YOI ARE HERElfT NOTIFIED that a Complaint lor Divorce haa been filed against you. agd you are renun, d to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint. on the plaintiff, attorney. EDWIN MARGER. 76J Arthur Godfrey Road. MUmi Beach 40. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offlco of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. on or beforo the 2th day of July. 1>3. If vou fall to do so, Judgment by da> fault mill be taken against you for the relief demanded In tho Hill of Complaint This notice ahall he published once each week for four consecutive weeko in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami 1 thin Ith day of June. A.D IMS E It LEATHERMAN, Clerk. lit Court. Dade County, Florid* (a ,a.l, B) I. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk EDWIN MARGER 763 Atthur Oodfr*; Road Miami Beach 4". Flo.: l.t IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANS FOR DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4S277-A In RE: Estate of MARTHA FRIEDMAN NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Having claim* or Demands Against Said You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have %  Rll'.'J, i estate ol MARTHA FRIEDMAN deceased late of Dfc.de County. Florida. 10 the County Judge, of Dade county. *.d file tho aame In their office* In the Count* Courthouse In Dado County Florida, within eight calendar month* from tho date of the firat luMtratlon horeof. or tho aamo will be mllillc.t barred JESSIE LIGHT. Executrix DANIEL NERL HHMJIR. Attorney •IS Arnsley BnHdmg •"• %  %  "* H ta S/tS. 7/S-IO-U IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT N IN AND FOR OAM COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. aBBMT IRWfcaTA TOWO "^OTTCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All foraon* HavIpfi claim* or lasmanda Against Ham Yo'u'are hereby r.'iGTiSl^a^lfiwilad. to present any claim. •• daniand. which you may have ajjainat Ihe "staV of IDA ALBERT A TOI'NO doceaaod laie ade County. Florida, within eight lalendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the aame will be barred. ADELINE POLI.ACK. Executrix of the Lant Will and Testament ol Samuel Pollack, deceaaed. MAX" R SILVER. Attorney SM Bc-ybold Buildlng Mllinl 32, Fk.rul.i i'2*. 7'3-ln-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. OSBBSA In RE: Estate of ABRAHAM YOCSC NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraon* Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Estate Tod are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and demand* which you may have against tho estate of ABRAHAM YOCNG deceaaed kadd County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publli-atlon hereof, or thf same will bo Iwrrcd BETTY F TOl'Nf!, Administratrix ALFRED KRE15LER. Attorney .on Ainsley Luiidliig S'26. 7'3-in-n IN THE COUNTY JUOOE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No MtsH-C HRRBERT'E. BCHER Decoaood. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All !'• RMBg Having Claims or Demand* Agalqat Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to pre.,, nt any claims and demands which you may ha> •• against the .stale of HERBERT L deceased late of Dad.Coui to the County Judges of l>ade county, and file the same in thoil offices in County. Florida, within eirht calendar month, from the date of n UcAtlon loi"f. or the same will be I..111. .1 FREDERICK" R BCHER STANLEY BCHER CO-ADMINISTRATORS c T A >-l 7-2' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No 5C E1SS KENNETH VERNON BolUN pLiinllff. BETTY IK>R1S BORINii. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: BETTY DORIS BORING Route No. 7 Marvvllle, Tenneaaee Yol ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou, and you arc hovoby required to aerve a copy ol your anawer On the Plaintiff's attorney. ANOET*"> A. ALL IISS Alnaley Building. Miami S2. Florida.\ and file the original answer in the office of the Clerg of {he Circuit Court on or before the th Say of August. li. or the allegations Wife bo taaorn •• qagdhaaod againat >'' DATED at Miami. Dgde County. Fterldu. this Mth day of June. :>. E. B. LEATHERMAN, (aeal) Clork of the Circuit Court By: K. M LTMAN. Dowuty Cktik. 7 .3-IH-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 4CS04 In RE: Estate of LI 11 E. ELLIOTT 1 '• .eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person, Hav. ln Claims or Demands Against Said KM a You are hereby notified and require*! lo present ant 1 laioi, and demand* which vou may have against th* •state of I.EO E ELLIOTT doceaaod: late of Ihde County. Florida, t. Ih Countv Judge, ot l>a,de County and fl| r 1 in tHefr offices in the County Courthou*. In Dado County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the firat publication hereof, or the same will b* barred. W l claims or demands ohajl be .:\ llug and contain the place of r.-,'dnnre and (K.st offhe' addrae of th. claimant antl shall be .worn to by ine claimant, his attorn.y or axetit CECELIA Et.I^TT JEROME C <|l Mtorney 21! Security Trut Building Miami. Florid. %  .^ „,.,„.„ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE • No 4S756-A In RE: Estate of jos'EPM GOLDFARB. aka J GOLDFARB. aka JOE OOLDFAlli: NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cr< All Persons Having Claims 01 Demands Aga. Eatnto: S 1 are hereby notified and reI to present sin claims ant .1* which you may hate against the estate of JOSEPH OOI.DFARB, aka J OOLDFARB, aka JtE Gt>Ll>FARI I late of 1 ritt Florida, to the County Judges of I>ade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dado County. Florida, within eight ..!• ndar months from the date of the that publication hereof, or the aamo ti ill Inlm1 TIEMMEI CoLDFARB. FJtecutrlX aka TtMMIE GOLDFARB 1.NC.LANDBR A TENDRICH Attorney* 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida T'J-IS-17-24 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that |h. undersigned, desiring to engage In bualaoaa under the fictitious nr. of STAHL'S MEATS and PROVISIONS f TSSS S.W. th Street. Mian* InoVId* intends to l*Bt tt aal.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DSdo Cttuntv, Florida. I, A B. MEAT CORP.. a JUrida corporation, sole owner DANIEL ICfcAL RrRIJ^sCR Attorney for AupUcant Ul.n}^!r y Jlaii, n Mranil #3, r WfniB. :H. 7/S-IS-1T ATTBKTrOM ATTWMWYS! CORPORATION OWJTFiTS Lo woo! PricoB — Quick**. Dolirory In South Florida CaO tho JEWISH FXORIDIAN at FR4-43.W



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I..S0CIWJ1E •i. 1(/< oman s "World Mrs. Donald (Esther) Rubin shopping along Lincoln Td. Asked what she got, Esther replied: "Tired!" Mrs. Saul Pohn. mad as a hatter, because she had to leave a bridge game to pick up a package before the store closed Mrs. Michael Mersel looking longingly at a pink plumed pen for her desk and controlling the yen— nowmg full well Mike would object, since It's his desk, too ... The lorman Tatari returning to the Tower Isle in Jamaica for the nptemth time on their annual holiday, where they rest up enough last them a full year ... Dr. Samuel Gertman. wife Jessie. jughter. Susy, and sons. Richard and Paul, off to Berkley. Calif., here hell attend a seminar in social gerontology at the University California ... On their return. Dr. Sam will resume his duties director of the department of gerontology at the University of lianii. where he's an associate prof of medicine Jessie now oping they'll have more normal home life—dinner on time and night calls. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Shapiro back from a three-month tour of krael and Europe to learn that their daughter. Mrs. Paul Faske. Las injured during the recent tornado which heavily damaged her ley stone Point home Incidentally, when the storm hit, the faskes were entertaining Mrs. Ben Shapiro, daughter-in-law of the fhillip Shapiros, Mrs. Murray Wintheim. her mother, and Miss larilyn Weston, daughter Ronnie's friend ... All were cut and kruised The Faske home is now being refinished, while the imily lives in a Miami Beach hotel Mrs. Ben Shapiro Is Dade fceights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood president. Seen at Embers restaurant: Sharing "separate tables" were lr. and Mrs. Lee Rattier. Dr. Leonard Kupper, and Mr. and Mrs. |am lx>gun and sen, Norman, who was presented with a traditional [parkier cake in honor Of his 17th birthday Mrs. Yetta Chernin rill be hostess at her home Wednesday to members of Beth' Emeth Sisterhood ... Mr and Mrs. William Friedman back in their Coral Gables lom< after two weeks vacation in Washington, where they atended the B'nai B'rith District 5 convention, and visiting with famlv and friends in Gotham Town Good to see Mrs. Carrie Zinner kill-to play cards again after an operation on her eyes She ras playing canasta with Mrs. Ted (Ruth) Pritikin, Mrs. Donald |Esther) Rubin, and Mrs. Julius (Dorothy) Breitler Hyland Ryfas—he's the Miami Title and Abstract exec—and rife. Annette, off for a two-month tour of Europe Itinerary includes Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Island of Majorca, France and Engmd. Mrs. Max Lebowitz. of 680 SE 1st St., Hialeah. back from a sixkeeks vacation visiting her family in New England and New York On her return trip, she was Joined by her son and family, Mr. knd Mrs. Gerald Lebowitz. and children, Renee Ellen and Arthur fjv of Doreneeter, Mass, Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Brown will be celebrating their 16th ledding anniversary Saturday ... He is a past president of the ilonticello Park Congregation and is presently on the board of rustees there, as well as historian for JWV Abe Horowitz Post Harold, wife Sylvia, and children Leslie and Ronnie, live m NE 171st st. c c c > > A pink parasol topped a huge pile of gaylywrapped gifts at the kitchen shower given for Miss Esther Firestone, wholl be married lu Martin Brown July 26 Judy Brown, pretty daughter of the fiostess, Mrs. Marvin Brown (no relation to the bridegroom-to-be) greeted guests at the door Her mother, Mrs. Julie Feldstein, ^siting here from New York, said hello to old friends while presiding at the tea table Martin's aunts. Miss Edith Miller and drs. Ethel Margolin, and the brdie-eleet's mother and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Gtusie Danxiger, delighted in Esther's enthusiasm as she read the recipes and showed the unusual presents Miss Ellen Meyer, a friend from-the University of Florida, made a huge bouquet of-ribbon bows as the gifts were unwrapped to the ound of "oohh's" nod "shhh's." €€ A rare, if not unique, young lady is 13-year-old Penny Bruns. daughter of Art Bruns ef Miami Springs Villas Owner of a pnv ate checking accftunt. which her Dad opened for her at Curtiss National Bank when she w*s 11. Penny has just returned from a rip. all alone, to Ohio, where she visited her grandparents nny also owns an automobile, a half-scale Model-T Ford Of iirse, she can't drive it on the streets, so she contents herself with npy rides through the roughs of a golf course adjoining her home i Coral Gables ... _, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saul back from a tour of Philadelphia. Wash. ngton, D.C., Blue Ridge and Smokey mountains, Atlanta, and the Cherokee Indian Reservation ... He is Dade Heights Jewish ConIgregation vice president in charge of membership • • She is corresponding secretary '. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Muchnick back Ifrom a weekend at the Hotel Nacionale in Havana .He is the Itreasurer of the congregation ... Mrs. M. serves as prtP" ot [the Dade Heights Sunday school and a member of the board. i Saturday night card'f ames at the Eden Rocr-wfuss, no bother ho dirty ash trays or dishes to wash up: Fred Jonas in a quite gay sport jacket ... Mm. Maury Shein and her Saturday canasta session, including her sister from Columbus. O. Mrs. Morris Aipen back from a "Ladiea* Vacation"—two weeks at a Milk Farm ... Mrs Melvin Goldstrom. Mrs. Ted Firestone. Mrs. Herbert Abrams Mrs. J. B Margolis and Mrs. Harold "Butts" Cohen within waving distance of their husbands From across Biscayne Bay in Miami eame Mrs. F. B. Breslauer ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hankoff hurrying "i to fill their table ... „ h Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katims, of Miami, are "* ,comin h n e return of their son. Dr. Robert Katims. and his family, wife Artyn and children Lee. Neil and David ... For the P"* three years, wey have been living in Baltimore, where he was with John Hopmns Hospital ... Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Haiel) Dallett on their way Irom Los I Angeles to San Francisco in a grand tour of the West coast. On the Birth Front: A first-born son. Abraham Jack, to Mr. nd Mrs. Jack Haber June 27 at Hollywood Memorial Hospital ... Bri. was held at their home. 16975 NE 22nd aye.. July i w ith Rabbi Isaac Lerer and Rev. Abraham Seif officiating Maternal Continued en Page 5-B 'Jewish Floridliaiti Miami, Florida, Friday, July 17, 1959 Section B Seated (left to right) are Mesdames M. MusPonve, Tes Palmer, Murray Grossman, Joelow, Sam A. Levenson. Louis Glasser, Morris eph Ketzky, Henry Kaufman, Alex A. Manson, Golden. Philip Lefkowitz, A. Herbert Mathes. E. E. Bloom, Maurice Zimmerman and Meyer A. J. Molasky. Standing (left to right) are MeeEggnatz. dames Julian Weinkle, Larry Singer, David $1500 Pledge Kicks OH Women's 'Blessed Event' A pledge of $2,500 by Mrs. Alex Manson, donating the information desk of the Maternity Wing of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital, marked the kick-off coffee by the organizing committee of the "Blessed Event" to be held Oct. 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes is luncheon chairman of the elegant affair being held for its second consecutive year under the auspices of the Women's Division of Mt. Sinai Hospital development fund. Mrs. Leonard A. Wein is chairman. A group of 18 women attended the first meeting at the FontaineHayseed Frolic' Slated Saturday Women's Auxiliary. Greater Miami Lodge 176. Knights of Pbythias will hold its "Havseed Frolic" Saturday at the Coral Gables Youth Center, 400 Anastasia ave. Under the direction of a professional caller, there will be sq uareBrandeis Hadassah Party Louis D. Brandeis group of Hadassah will hold a social evening and card party Wednesday evening, July 29, at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Sydney Ginsberg is chairman. dancing, social dancing, and games. Proceeds from the 8 p.m. affair will be used to further the auxiliary's charitable projects, such as contributions to the Activities of Daily Living Room at the Rehabilitation Center for Crippled Children and Adults. Mrs. Mervyn Adirim, first vice president, is chairman. Committee includes Mesdames Gerald Stein, Edward Bramson, Reuben Serkin, Jerome Ochrach, Richard Hecker, Sidney Edelman and Mel Pollak, president. bleau hotel to discuss plans and program, which will include an exclusive fashion show and star entertainment. Main purpose is to raise the funds pledged by the Women's Division to furnish and equip the Maternity Wing of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital slated to open before the end of this year. Dr. David A. Nathan, director of the Department of Internal Medicine at Mt Sinai, addressed the gathering. Those present include Mesdames Philip Lefkowitz, president of the Women's Auxiliary, A. Herbert Mathes, luncheon chairman, Louis Glasser, E E. Bloom, Meyer Eggnatz, Morris Golden, Joseph Ketzky, Sam A. Levenson, Alex A. Manson, David Nathan, David Ponve, Larry' Singer, Julian Weinkle, Maurice Zimmerman, M. Muslow, A. J. Molasky, Henry Kaufman and Murry Grossman, director of the Women's Division of the development fund. Women's Group Plans Programs Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center Women's Group will have a swim dessert at the home of Mrs. Erwin Marshall, 151 SW 5Srd ct., Wednesday noon. Proceeds go to the Center building fund. Mrs. Aaron Shapiro is in charge of (he afternoon's function. On Saturday, July 25, st 9 p.m., Flagler Granada will have a theater party at the Center, 50 NW 51st pi. A technicolor movie, starring Tony Curtis, and an Israeli travelogue will be shown. Proceeds go to the Center's building fund. Mrs. Irving Wexler is in charge ef the evening. Mrs. Barney Landers, chairman of Flagler-Granada Jewish Cornwas to hold a meeting of her group the the Center Thursday. Francois and Miss Marsha were to be guests for the evening to discuss hair problems, styles and points on good grooming. Mrs. Sam Kowalsky was to be program chairman. Sharon Safran (left), of Deiioit. Mich., strikes up a conversation with I ana HyVen and Baibara Davis, both from Los Angeles, who are Israel hound fellow passengers aboard the Zim Lines SS Israel. The airln, all college students, were among the 81 memb': of the Israel Summer Institute who sailed for Haifa June 25 aboard the Israel. Special Orientation Meeting A special orientation meeting of the Jewish War Veterans. Departent.of Florida Ladies' Auxiliary, well be held Sunday. 11 a.m., at 1 ickled Herring Charlies, E. 8th and 62nd St., Hialeah. Orienon will be given by Mrs. Rose "orn, with all department officers, i men and auxiliary presidents tending. Mrs. Billie Kern will -s the group.



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Fridoy. July 17. 1959 -Jewish fkrid/tor? Page 3-A Miami Ihisiness arid civic leaders meet to dieeral chairman with Jack A. Cantor, of the cuss the new Israel Investors Corp., a mutual fund which will invest American capital in successful, profit-making Israel industries. Seated clockwise around outer circle of table are Morris Sipser, Miami Israel Bond manaaer. Jack Katxman, Louis Rosenstock. Maurice Hyman. Philip Thau, 'Benjamin Rimer, Bernard Lewin. of the Israel Investors Corp., Simon Horn, Israel economist and representative of the Israel Finance Ministry, Samuel Orirt, genGreater Miami Israel Bond committee and a member of the board of directors of the I.I.C., Jacob Sher, honorary chairman of the Israel Bond committee, William Bomstein, Joseph Rose, R. Williams Apte, Max Rosen, Henry Gilbert, and Louis Hirsch. Seated in inner circle of table (clockwise) are Irwin Block, Samuel Reinhard, Jacob Rifkin, Max Weitz, Ralph Spero. Morris Simon, Abraham Grunhut and Daniel Cravitt. By JTA Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—Shlomo Etecnbcrg. former general secretary of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, died Tuesday at the age of 60. He arrived from Poland in 1929. and served in the Agency for 31 years. Recently he retired on pension. —, •#— ~ BARCELONA—A delegation from Spam is scheduled to attend the World Jewish Congress conference in Stockholm next month, it was learned here Tuesday. The representation will mark the first time that Jews of Spain will be joining with other Jewish communities at an international Jewish conclave. The presence of the Spanish Jews in Stockholm also will demonstrate the marked improvement in the political status, as well as the Spanish government's decision to extend to the Jewish community, its policy of increased economic and political cooperation on the international scene, it was asserted here. TEL AVIV—The acquisition of two submarines from Britain is only the beginning of important steps to strengthen Israel's Navy. Chief of Staff Chaim Laskov said Tuesday in a Navy Day message. At the Navy Day celebration in Haifa. Cmdr. S. Tankus. one of the submarine chiefs, and his officers reported on the major objectiv -, achieved by the Navy last year. These were^ an increase in the preparedness of naval units, imI provement in equipment, intensification of exercises, and acquisition of 1 the undersea craft. The naval leaders also reported that Israel's destroyers were in I good condition, and that their crews were well-trained and equipped for anti-submarine warfare. Puzzlers Take to WINWORD Here Droves of COINWORD erTtries a>t weekend kept Jewish Floiidian puzzle editors on their toes sorting tint postcards in preparation for poing through them to find the winder. Greater Miami loves COiNWORD fudging by the site of the initial response. The correct solution to [he first puzzle will be published In The Jewish Floridian issue of July 24. COINWORD reflations rule out an earlier publication date in The Jewish Flerldlan. This week's jackpot will therefore remain $100. h th event there • re no winners, next week's jackpot will be $120, with $10 added after that each time COINWORD remain* omotved. The $120 figure will include the 10-A. paste it to a 3-cent postcard, and mail it to COINWORD Editor. The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1, Fla. As Usual, the game has CLUES! DOWN and CLUES ACROSS to asj sist you in solving COINWORD. Also published is a list of the correct answers in alphabetical order. I Simply make sure that the answer) you intend using to complete all! unfinished words is among them. If not, it may be promptly discard-1 ed as a wrong choice. 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So pick up f N ext week's issue of The Jewish your pencils, thinking caps, and get | Floridian begins the regular listing going. Beginning with the July ot winners. 24 issue, in the event there is a ] correct solution, the name of the winner or winners will be regularly published for the week's preceding puzzle. Rabbinical Group Favors El Al This will put 'he prize back to a new starting $100 jackpot. Entries to'be eligible thi-week sattl reach the COINWORD editor of The Jewi.sh Floridian no later than Sunday midnight. July 19. d resolution favoring El the puzzle from Page !" *. NEW YORK—Rabbinical Council of America, largest organization of Orthodox rabbis in the nation, at its 23rd annual convention at the Pine View hotel. South Fallsburg. N. Y.. unanimously Simply clip 1MHIHHI11IJ AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS KEBUILT 39 Kill PtRTI ADJUSTED Us It mil HILLS SERVICE Cester MM i.e. V ase. n. IMIHI IB UK II. Al Israel Airlines. 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July \j y 'Gay 90V Decor Marks Mew Stevens Ooening of $950,000 Coral Way Site fP"" "f an Did (| J %  p'f" decor „, h> suvcns Markets, inc, at 1455 Coral a Bu.lt a. a cos. of **£'* %  stands inside the fron, en^aS inR equipment. ,he ";^ ven ": the Coral Way More as ,"* *'" ^ J ,h L ? „f one stop ,ac,c for entrif>s in ,h<> "(A h Florida chain of one stop ravor||e Recip( BakmR !" shopping ccnitrCive-away items for childrwj "Th* Gv 90' decor ••• in,r *" c,ude ,d sty,e %  urt < he for I dvc.d in an effort t. giv the and wooden pickles for Asido from decor, the new vena store will be ultra modern! every respect Front of the building is of L and plate glass with entrance/; both ends, as well as the eenti On the all .nan •*£-, Parking f.ciUtie. are prnv.^ cove a new market a distinctive character with th. nostalgic atmosphere of the old fashioned general store." president Bernard Stevens said. t the east end of the 260 ft. front, is a 27 x 13 11. glass uic _. rnrml r.,. J. Food in Abund (oral Way. Coral Gate dr. Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute through spiritmade in he office of .Mtadl"j^^JS ual leader Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever preLee Powell. ****** EhSEZ SSJS sents a cup to Harry Rosenberg, of the Instiberg, a former president of the] nsU.ute Mayor tu.es charter members, "for his outstanding Powell, Rabbi Ever. Rosenberg and Dade humanitarian and philanthropic work among County Commissioner Charles nau. the poor and needy." The presentation was Quiet Returns Following Haifa Riot || HAIFA-(JTA)-4uiet prevailed number of the rioters were reaffair began when one af Hit cr n replica of an antique Merry lion Stevens < in Haifa Sunday following the re-! ported injured in the battle bemembers of the mob, a known oidsmobue. wnH will f i will prawfaa wo* | eaaarO M li w afary MO tall and para | time lease this morning of a group of j tween the police and the mob. drunkard, resisted arrest J^hil* rioters who were arrested last i The General Zionist Party and the Thursday after they damaged a \ right-wing Herut, meanwhile, an. number of stores and overturned ] nounced that they would raise the and set fire to a number of cars question of the rioting in Parliain a slum quarter of this port city. However, steel-helmeted police still continued Sunday to patrol the quarter. A report on the riots was presented Sunday to the Cabinet by Police Minister Behor Shitreet. Eleven policemen and an unknown ment. Although some sources described the outbreak as "communal riot" of North African Jews, it was determined that it was actually an underworld mob which launched the rioting. The • Gas System Starts Conversion The first voluntary rate reducAugust. The company published tion by a public utility to customHs new rates following their epers in Dade and Broward counties proval by the Florida Railroad in more than 20 years was anand Public Utilities Commission. nounced this week by Peoples Gas I System. In th e same order approving Peoples' rales, the Commission also decreed that franchise taxes Peoples" distribution system in Colleeled for mu ci P alit W %  Dade and Broward from artificial mpa y _*-5 K" SP"*? to Natural Gas. y on the bl from char es madc The company said residential ^ 8 '*. The announcement coincided with the start of conversion of drunk Wednesday night. Police trying to subdue him were forced to shoot and he was taken to a hospital where his condition was reported as serious but not dangerous. As rumors spread that t h e %  wounded man. an immigrant from North Africa, had died, a group of his friends began a demonstration. I marching with black flags. The police, believing the demonstrai tion would subside, made no effort to intervene. When the demonstrat tion got out of control, the police moved in. This happened after the demonstrators were reinforced by i the arrival from neighboring towns of more North African lm migrants. The reinforced police, aided by ; fire brigade equipment, finally rc%  stored order toward nightfall. Conciliatory efforts were made by Mayor Abba Khoushi and his councillors and quiet was restored mural depicting rwu %  •• %  ^^ ave tact" m the old fashioned sampler st vie of art. Jama* I chert, who kej] Huge, woodcut block lettering | MTVO* aa direct** af Steve*] is used to identify the various deFt Lawdardala market since it* paitment locations within the oponrng last spring, hat beat shopping area The store's snack n*n4 t*> a similar position a bar has been named "Diamond e^, cecel Way eajtt*. He uej Jims Bar." and is appropriately decorated. Charles Gottlieb "unlocked" the new Stevens market with a gigantic key Tuesday after ride down Miracle Mile from the Coral Gables City Hall in a modthree to be built undtr a S25 u p— Hun a* the U-year chain a total of if* units by Th. "motor "*"-**"* middle of neat year, cash—it being offarod as the grand prixe in a "Grandma's Favorite Recipe Baking Contest" currently underway in all Stevens ttoret. Th* contest will a bake*ff among itore winners, t* The new store ia the first windup with th* individual Stevens said week-is schrdulei] to start en the two other marked] in Miami Beach and North MuaiJ Beach later this summer. opening planned for early year. A company spokesman said the, b y Frida; monuiig. rates for the new fuel would drop %  >P"*-nwn aw from 3.4 percent to 39.5 percent ne ^ ra,e %  *" cut People I commercial rates would de"" appr x ma,e y J851 ,? l n e Jgawich M A SA**>_~ from 17 to 19.5 percent. |! !" t > %  •/. but the drop will be parJeWISH NeWSfTJeH mm hill. r,m„n .h„ „ m „ ,,aU y offset by lower costs for Barred by Kozlov percent to 39.5 percent, *" vs """'" ^I^ST IF" while commercial rates would de* n J?f ..??. pr ? x, m ? tely $851 00 ? \}J cline Minimum bills remain the same, $1.75 a month natural sas. He added that the company expects to gain back the Billing at th* n*w rates will loss and more within three years Continued from Page 1-A begin when the conversion to from new business which can be of the nearbv a tn m i, ^ J-awl is compft^ UH in_deve.oped_ with natural gas. | tion. h A S^StaJTSgS" who is director of the naval reacK S .u ,he v e asked Mr KMIOV whether he thought that he Rickover could be elected to office in the Soviet Union. This was a reference to Adm. Rickover', JewUh background. "Certainly." Mr. Kozl ov rephed.! xou would be president or vice president of the Academy of s tl races ln our country. Members of 'he Academy of Sciences g,.| the l^'Vfr A,lm ^ko !" then asked the Soviet [) epu |y Vlv m.,r i, money was the mo, lm •INSURED SAVINGS •HOME FINANCING •SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest in Miami Beach Cmiom deugntd Charm and Modeling CommaavilMlJmft 2H J %  DITM APPLIIAUM Dirtctor *OOfllNG SCHOCH AND AGfNCY 277 Mrecl* M4e. Coral Gat***, fl*. 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Friday. 17, 1958 sA. 1 %  % %  %  < Concrete' Solution Offered to Refugee Problem gee N !"!" *^/^ 7^Jf^ the International Committee for the World Refugee Year. They suggested: 1. To accept as "practical" and "hopeful" the offer which Israel Hi,.---r --I -, — --w*. m %  iiaiiuaitcr lruill recommendations for the settlethe United Nations General Asnjent of the Arab r^" were advanced here connection with the World Refu Year, which goes into effect ment of ti Arab refugee jjroblem I s e m b 1 y The recommendations n were outlined in a report present ed at a press conference by Elfsn Rees, chairman of the executive! made in the United Nations last year to compensate the Arab refugees under certain conditions. 2. As part el the overall set* tUmont of the r s fweas proWom in the Middle last, account most be taken of property abandoned in Arab lands by *,•* Jews who "have been, farced to leeve their homes in Iran, Yemen and Fotja-3-B North Africa" for settlement m Israel. 3. To consider the repatriation of the Arab refugees to Israel as "physically and politically impossible, and culturally undesirable.'' 4. Israel should admit some Arab refugees, "under intern a t i o n a I control, on a quota basis, over a period of years." BE A 4 Buy only these 4 fine products of Colgate-Palmolive ... everything you need for Kitchen, Laundry, Bathroom ALL 4 KOSHER PARVE HOUSEWIFE ? NEW FA B WITH DURATEX fwrrtfl-fSl 8 CLEANSJ? # llP tfeKHof' MS "" A"*' WITH MIRACLE CHLORINE BLEACH New Ajax wipes off stains faster than any other type of cleanser! Fresher, cleaner smell! Safe for hands! Whitening miracle on sinks and tubs! Brightening miracle on pot. and pans! "Self Starting" Ajax starts to work even before you scan to rub!'. Gives you a MOISTURE-PROOF BOX of lv IJ if' ,rf f // luminfiriiis GOLD FOIL New FAB is the only washday product that contains miracle Duratex washes clothes cleaner, whiter, brighter, more lastingly odor-free... approved and recommended by the nation's leading makers of fabrics and clothing. For M your meat and dsiry Jisbts. m-noviuwni Oil* Oiotfn* sftjgP) to-** LIQUID "INSTANT" DISHWASHING Of YOUI MEAT AND DAIRY DISH1S New pink liquid VBL gives you "Instantdishwashing. You simply tost disheshardly need a dish doth... rsck them up ,o drip dry ... then slsck them away sparkling clean. Koaher and perm Cuts .^^e in seconds. Mild as a lotion to bands too. Yet, Vel is Kosher and Parve for ail your washing up ge dishes, glassware and silver sparkling clean and bright without wiping. So gentle for stockings, lingerie, woolens. And so kind to hands! 14^' H



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BnRfi^BnBsfflB 92359R& Page 14-A J %  ; • • Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Great Leaders Show Ideas To Be Mightier Than The Swod f w w sv* w %  • .„.„!•> II.IU Hn vml pxnUin MawM* Tki.,1. !_ •—1 MASSING THE OTHER WaiMngtOII ^j^Sl Square in Creenwich \ ill I"'' I """•' Uv NIIIIIK"I Carilmldi. tinItalian III"''' itoi standing with outstretched iword toflr iiiii-'ii. >•"'>'• |,;| > ""'"'"'" '"' %  i .,i.iiii. i>i i hriiilor llord here, I'i'i be fgi ^^ aouli official Washington; iii.,uiuni popularity of Ihe booh .iiiuMn; non-Jewish i S officlali -11111 government personnel on the na lional capital icons la phenomenal ii goes beyond Ihe surface attractioa ol iho idesltaed account ol Israd's rebirth bj aorellst 1 too Uris State Department offtetala, White House sides, reaanwn and their secretariea have kept Bran i.uu' 1 reordering Ihii booh sm.iii.-i booksellers here notes] a simitar deaaand \\> ustdarataBd tinreasons tor th • neaon, youi correspondent dtadoaad aelthM his religious nor proraoaional affiliation when interviewing "Exodus" rnMBNi rhe findings indicated that Exodus .t> saaMthaasj more than hist another loos] novel i,the nonJew Soaaohon the sweeping portrayal >>t Israel > bjben ttruggie in Palestine e v oked vicario us thrill it also helped aaaaa Gentiles to rationalin autk leaning* .aNowtAg them to issuagi dislihaag wn\entunal" Jews \ State Department affictnl pi am] Ba ashtt reve al ed what 1 had tuspsclid the State of 1.1 remarkable revivs I'ho have gotten ares then Je ae a aen aeepto, a reincarnation of ike oM liebrews 1 have irnohs lake A IbsQ J". • v batch crowd rbe I 1 cnt v< month visited Israol as a member of .111 observation group He purchased Exodns an hiv return, ttating kl) th.it it ami UM tirst natal ho bought in many ream He characterised hi* visH to Israel as "altogether too brief It vat tho "high point" of his foreign tour He landed Israeli hospitality and deseribed how pretty girls served eoM drinks to his group at Lydda Air port llo tound tho Israeli girls "so blonde ami pretty Natural ami normal feat like our American sirls. not a bit Jewish or \ulgar" A Oongitastond leeretarj explained that aba tound horsoit toeing th.laraaan she identified with the American heroine of Exodus. Kitty Fremont While she was "a liberal" who thinks Jews are bnghi and thanking." th.I and secretary had found her Jewish dates typically opportur in their racial relations with a non-Jew. But the Issoaaaed entirely dOferenl Indeed, she would like to meet a guy like An Canaan" He was the strong, silent type, the real American of the Wo-: | hke the softies and phonies around no lather interviews were sufficiently similar, adtt exceptions, to justify general!.-..Appar Bf kinship amatton comes to can non-Jews with their first imp^irtant contact .-an exhihrating enanarieaate 1* provides them with proof that they are unbiased Kxochae are such wonI tvvH'ie ( ualike ;. K o typacnl ... c>0 ho are a "^ IVU P *' tost the old stereotvpe re"S .j a from Holhwooi: H!RB£RT G. LUR From a Brooklyn Dahlia Patch, Righteous Anger w ,. v .. .earn saw ens '" oxplain Moees? Think of, itn.iut a sword, constrains Pharaoh to fro,. hiigS lot them go forth Into freedom. How AmericjT have welcomed such a man fn 1881. There was some great quality about li Pri j est wo can come to identifying it-i* to say that he plct.lv obsessed with the idea and being J0 obsessed others. We see this obsession in Nothing about the futu"re of this Jewish State u He has no country and not the promise of one already concerned with the design of the flag wfe!k have seven stripes for seven hours work-day whiel ito father as Israel of old pioneered in the t[nj j of rrsi In another place in his diary, he talk* a? ting the Henry George ideas about land taxation feet And he is going to improve on Moset exodus. Moses forgot to take the flesh pots aioti Promised Land." We will not forget them he trail, rri was a dreamer! But the dream is that portion of the sleep ia, there is some mental activity. We must conclude !l. r/1 was a dreamer many of those who riiticizeii were entirely asleep, in the light of the event! that occurred. Monarchs and Prime Ministers listened man who had no sword, no land, no treasury and tot mon Jews flocked to him and made him into a his own short life. "The Jewish State is a world he wrote in his diary. "They will pray for me in 1 gogues but also in the churches." How could a mat thought like that fail? %  afl Overseas Newsletter: By EUAHU Through Gulf of Aqaba| Aboard the MY Emma I In the Red Set, C AILINC ABROAD FROM the ** Elath. one cannot but rem* town only ten years ago. when Army units first reached the short) Gulf of Aqaba. The Whole -tows" sisted to two mod end atone two-room police station and a hut which served as the living q uai teis of the few 1 tunate policemen, during the British mandate. Today Elath has thousands of inhabitants Pra all houses are air-coaditioned, it has two very good I a cinema-cum-civic center, a hospital, a modern shopenng center, several cafes, an airport and a which is handling a growing share of Israels Far Eat] East African trade. There is also a small bwt steady passenger through the port of Elath. mainly to and from East 1 Smce Israel planes cannot fly over—and much leal in—Arab countries, nor can other planes serving | flying from Lydda to East Africa is a rather romp business One has to fly to Athene and there to one of the few weekly flights that go straight to AduJ -lopia or to Djibouti in French Somahland. landing m Egypt as most planes do. From Adis AS • -Jto take yet another plane to onei destination. Tssu it is not only much cheaper but actually qu it Each of the sis: or seven cargo shipsl ft/uUriy between Elath and East African ports] ree passenger cabins. The spick a: d spas. teionesj Dutch vessel, the MV Emma Poahl •e. has one two-bed passenger cabin and raa ol 1 into a twobed cabm: a fifth gOsseeogi r ci: I white hiwpital cabin ^>ere a no cinema, no bar and no swimming pas] *hter Passengers eat nt the officers' : ng the not too fancy hot very tasty and 1 od prepared to satisfy the hasfe appetites of snt !" One does not have to dress for dinner, bat] --i.. i i} m awts and a sports shut. For n vation. the iaaoranaJity of such a 1 a cargo stop is oaaatched by asry hnrory liner ^ e nrge on the MV Emma Polder is, to a !ir*t| i. or T^Saj ^iat^i?!L ,,l *• Y; -^^ >? yw*nj -a*, aunwami • • -i an -: i %  BhgstJ Vaoiarr area. ialLw? uau nm a QJ. t T^Sdlaig, n, ic ^ aaam/7^1J!l 0,lur or *Jt Mn x ^ rJ -n^rsaat rSa!i~ a^L^S- tea years ago there wee* osklr a few KSB sectioa, • ftltk f Dotrei-.'s 3.000 J there BOW The ssrosB*aphac extent all is near anneh larger thaa >l **•' -has creates sawMadto) far Jewish "•" %  ^nsarty tor the locadoa of thehr buJdinfs naantrL^^* 1 ?* %  •• %  • %  *na*tr geograpaie] %  J* •< *e lewmh peayolatsoa to aataetpated ^_h*., 7*3£2SZ *** %  r Jews hi Detroit are leu .-: — — %  to fstoeoot are between 1 af re .fauna* tab*e* harij the tost l yoora, whale the