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lewfi Floridian Combining THE JEWISH IMWTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, August 7, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20* House Seeks to Beef Up FBI Arm in Bomb Probes \i Assails Soviet WJCong. Opener CURTAIN SNUBS GATHERING PACE 3 A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire IOLM—Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of the AmerCongress, sharply assailed the Soviet Union TuesSmpting "not only to extirpate Jewish institutional life" in the USSR, but of striving also to wipe sense of Jewishness among the three million Jews" emlin regime. voiced his attack against Moscow in an address Iry session Tuosday a fternoon of the Assembly of Jewish Congress, hi s isa l s n new in the Swedish
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 7, 1959

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
August 7, 1959

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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lewfi
Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH IMWTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 7, 1959
Two Sections Price 20*
House Seeks to Beef Up
FBI Arm in Bomb Probes
\i Assails Soviet
WJCong. Opener
CURTAIN SNUBS GATHERING PACE 3 A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
IOLMDr. Joachim Prinz, president of the Amer-
Congress, sharply assailed the Soviet Union Tues-
Smpting "not only to extirpate Jewish institutional
life" in the USSR, but of striving also to wipe
sense of Jewishness among the three million Jews"
emlin regime.
voiced his attack against Moscow in an address
Iry session Tuosday afternoon of the Assembly of
Jewish Congress, hi sisalsn new in the Swedish
r attendance.
og that the Jews in Soviet Russia "are isolated and
" the leader of the American Jewish Congress said:
hope for Soviet Jewry is that world-wide public
lay persuade Soviet authorities to abandon their anti-
jlicics and restore a minimum of opportunities for the
on of Jewish cultural and religious identity."
WASHINGTON(JTA)The House Judiciary Committee voted this*
week to broaden provisions requested by President Eisenhower to pro-
tect synagogues, churches, and schools from terrorist bombing. The
committee considered the White House request as being inadequate.
The committee decision to write
a new provision into the Eisen-
hower Civil Rights Bill as a sub-
stitute was described by commit-
tee members as one that would
provide the FBI with wider pow-
ers to fight the bombers of syna-
gogues.
SITS WITH MAPAI
The new measure would make
it a Federal crime to cross a
state line to avoid prosecution for
either bombing or burning any
type of property. The FBI could
arrest fugitives who fled a state
after bombing or setting fire to
any type of building or vehicle,
specifically including private
homes, synagogues, churches,
community centers, and relig-
ious end educational institutions,
either public or private.
The Administration proposal was
broadened also in another way al-
B-G at Helm;
Hits Dissenters
JERUSALM) (JTA) David
Ben-Gurion returned to the politi-
I cat arena this week as Prime Min-
ister in Israel's caretaker govern-
ment and promptly made it clear
that his vacation had not softened
I his attitude towards the four dissi-
. dent left-wing members of his
i cabinet whose stand on the Ger-
. man arms issue had toppled his
government a month earlier.
The Premier returned to the
: Knesset as the Voice of Israel, the
state broadcasting service, came
VKl FRfSIDfNT NIXON
. lessees we ferjet
though the Administration had notjUnder aUack g general debate
requested it. The committee de-
cided to make it a Federal offense
to flee a state to avoid giving tes-
timony about a bombing or fire.
The amendment was spon-
sored by Rep. J. Carlton Loser,
Tennessee Democrat. It was ap-
proved by an overwhelming voice [
vote at a closed session of the j
committee and was incorporated i
into the Civil Rights Bill. Both
Southerners and Northerners vot-
ed to adopt the stronger anti-
bombing provisions.
New North Africa Demonstrations;
fension Rises As Police Arrests Mount
ILEM (JTA) Tension continued to
esday In various parts of the country as
attempts at repeated demonstrations by
lean immigrants. The efforts were check-
m police, who are now on the alert ready to
Hrmly any posible disturbances.
fish Weekly Brands Bigotry
)inst Jews Not 'Permissible'
)N(JTA)Anti-Semitism is primarily economic in Britain
lal in the United States but in both nations "it is no longer per-
to avow it openly," the Spectator, Britain's leading Conserva-
kly. asserted this week in an article compering such prejudice
ro English-speaking nations.
reekly said "active anti-
in Britain is "most vi-
and open among small
imen who feel the pres-
tree enterprise and "put
ih name or a Jewish face
competitor, or creditor, or
rer who exercises" such
Itive pressures.
[an open society, the Specta-
I e c I a r e d, "exclusi venose
on an almost magical sig-
To be exclusive, yew
exclude someone Negroes
[automatically banned, Jews
red en key occasions end
in key groups, first generation
Americans with last lurepaan
names *n expected to keep in
the background."
"The one cheerful sign on this
unpleasant landscape." the weekly
asserted, "is that, although anti-
Semitism still exists in both na-
tions. It is no longer permissible
to avow it openly. The insecure
and frustrated cohorts of race
snobbery are in retreat"
Another comparison deals with
Continued on Page 7-A
Police Monday night moved swiftly to break up
plans for demonstrations in Beersheba, in the village
of Pardess Hanna, in i,ydda. and at Ramleh. At
Beersheba, six leaders of a planned demonstration
were arrested before they could stage the disturb-
ances. In their homes, police found pamphlets call-
4ing for a demonstration under the
slogan: "We are hungry and dis-
criminated against." Police said
that a youth who is the leader of
the Beersheba group has a long
criminal record.
At Pardess Hanna. where the
population consists predominant-
ly of North African Immigrants,
there has been anger ever the
dismissal of a North African
from his job at a brick factory.
Authorities said, however, that
the firing of the man had noth-
ing to do with his origin, being
due to the fact that he bee re-
peatedly clashed with the fere-
HtMl W Itl# |HBfe
In the labor exchanges at Ram-
leh and Lydda, police intervened
to halt demonstrations by unem-
ployed, but quiet was maintained
on the whole through firm preven-
tive action.
Haifa's Mayor Abba Houshi, tes-
tifying Tuesday before a govern-
mental committee probing the first
Continued en Page 5 A
Visits
Ghetto Site
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WARSAWStanding beside the
memorial to the more than 70,000
Jews who fought and died in the
famous Warsaw Ghetto, near the
very bunker which served as the
Jews' last bastion against the Nazi
onslaught. Vice President Richard
M. Nixon Tuesday called on alt
men to "unite against such preju-
dices because here we see again
! what happens when such passions
1 which are allowed to be nourished
' are unleashed." i j
as being too responsive to the
Mapai Party. Mr. Ben-Gurion re-
fused to sit on the Government
benches with the four ministers,
taking his seat, instead, with the
Mapai deputies. _____
The Premier warmly defended
the broadcasting service in en
hour-long speech efter which the
issue was referred to committee.
In the course of his speech, be
did not miss mn opportunity to
lash out ageinst the dissident
left-wing cabinet members who
had voted against the sale of
munitions by Isreel to the West
German Republic
Transportation Minister Moshe
Carmel, one of the four, took the
floor. He said that when his party-
entered the coalition cabinet, it
made it a condition that while par-
ticipating in the Government its.
memberf were to maintain a free I**"1. KStH'tW *2
hand regarding questions concern- Pohsh Government. rtelM
ing Germany. tne "' were se,ected
Picking his way through the
ruins of the bunker, the Vice
President remarked, "I think
this ruined building, even mere
then the memorial, brings home
seme lessens we forget tee
quickly." i.
The memorial to which Nixon
Mr. Carmel rejected the Pre-
Centinued en Pege 2 A
through a contest in which over
500 of the world's foremost rtists
competed. /
DAG OlietS COMCKSKHW' ACCOM
Nasser Threat Dims Hope
For Suez Canal Compromise
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The smouldering Suez Canal transit
issue leaped into flame this week as an Israeli war hero called on his
country for a tougher attitude towards the United Arab Republic.
President Nasser of the UAR responded by daring Israel to attack
Egypt, and United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold saw
whatever hopes still remained to him of a satisfactory solution of the
canal question vanish In sound and fury.
Mr. Hammarskjold's hopes of agreement on the Suez Canal had
been slim indeed. His mission to Cairo had failed to obtain from Pres-
ident Nasser any assurance that the Arabs would adhere to their obli-
gations under international law and agreements and Security Council
mandates to keep the Suez Canal open to the shipping of all friendly
nations. The Egyptians, apparently, refused even to permit passage of
Israeli cargoes in the ships of other nations as they had, prior to their
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Friday.
1953
Morocco Frees Jews Who
Tried to Escape Country
PARISJTA -The Mow
aetitormes bare resta*** *
23 Moroccan Jews.
June at Tetsan as tbey
flee from Tanpers !e tne
add part of Cenu. *s learned
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Ben-Gurion Back at Helm
from feue 1 A
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JERUSALEM JTA TV
:<\ry of EducaUsn revealed ba-
ilie gradnatwe of a inafranti.;
nunaber of Arab* frees leather
ftiif pg classes had srueeht Use
total A. iafrf*-* Ara teachers as
to 1-2RR. They itarwai
about eisht pcrceat of al Israri
school teachers
lejjejRJRjJar *o Avar*
JERUSALEMJTA Anpam-
meat of Yebezkari Satar ixmn
l-.-ael Pouce Inspector General, as
Ambassador to Austria eas an-
iKiiaaced fnneeias, approval of as
Israel-Austrian agrwiM to raise
their respective iecatioa* to em-
bassies
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lective responsibility p*ede by
shear vou against the inas deal
vial Vest Germany He asserted
that they acted in good faith ac-
cordant; to a resolution adopted
aaiaiMwnrr in Knesset in Novem-
ber. 1154 against Germany's re-
armament, and pTunted out that
.solution was still valid and
binding on the House.
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Rep H R. Gross. Iowa Repvhh.1
can. said that if Israel now bad ii
capacity to manufacture mj,
tsons and sell them to industrially.
advanced countries and extenl
foreign aid M Africa and Asia tV
United States should terminal,
aid to Israel. He added that tat
Israel-West German arms trans**}
two demonstrated that Israel hat'
no real need Cor developusaaj
loans and other aid funds. .
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Despite the COIXWORD Editor,
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Af am. fawr aMatM cam* with-
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Iree memoers ot tne ntih annual American siuaems program
the Hebrew University of Jerusalem check a photo of the
Jmpus prior to departing for their year's course of study.
be American group, which hails from a cross-section of 26
[S. universities, will devote its first four months to an intense
lining course in the Hebrew language and the remaining -
t.-iod to instruction in special subjects.
ianu-EI School
gistration Open
It-mple Emanu-El religious
T>ol is now open for registration
Indents- to attend the fall semes-
[-ginning with the three-year-
, the school program offers
sen. foundation, daily relig-
Sunday and Hebrew high
D >1 curricula. In addition, the
d1 provides Bar and Bas Mitz-
preparation and confirmation
jrams.
Tempi* Emanu-EI foundation
>l offers five-year-old* an
ction to Judaism, as well
[secular subjects for first and
Shades as provided by the
County Board of Public In
lien.
Btruction is personalized, and
[curriculum includes Hebrew
Bg, writing and conversation,
as Jewish customs, holi-
and ceremonies.
LI of the Temple's school pro-
ps include transportation. .The
Anti-Racial lows Passed
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
NEW YORKTwenty four laws
against racial and religious dis-
| crimination were adopted during
1959 by 14 States, the American
i Jewish Congress reported here
| following a special study made on
| civil rights legislation in various
| states. "Both in number and con
. tent, the study notes, "the civil
rights laws enacted by the states
j this year exceeded the product of
any year in the past decade.
Broadcast Israel Musk
ISTANBUL(JTA)The State-
owned Istanbul Radio, under a
reciprocal cultural agreement with
Israel, has started to broadcast
Israel music for the first time.
Tapes sent by Kol Israel are be-
ing played oa the "Concert Hour"
program here.
religious school office is open daily
from 9 a.m. to S p.m., and all clas-
ses will commence on Sept. 8.
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Iron Curtain Snubs WJC Gathering
STOCKHOLM(JTA)-A call to the Jewish people to make their
contribution towards the achievement of co-existence and peaceful
competition between the East and the West was voiced by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, at the opening
session of theoen^av .Assembly.
The session was formally open-
ed by the Swedish Premier, Tage
Erlander, in the City Hall here. It
is continuing in tne Swedish Par-
liament building, which has been
put at the disposal of the World
Jewish Congress, by the Swedish
authorities. Present "at the open-
ing session were members of the
Swedish Cabinet as well as mem-
bers of the diplomatic corps.
Surveying the position of world
Jewry, Dr. Goldmann said in his
presidential address that "noth-
ing would bo more tragic then
if the Jewish people wore as a
whole forced Into n anti-Soviet
position." However, he added.
"Wo do not want to become par-
ticipants in the cold war, but the
Soviet Government cannot ex-
pect us to keep silent and to re-
frain from reiterating our de-
mand*."
Dr. Goldmann deplored the split
between East and West. He point-
ed out that as a result of this
split, "about 9.000.000 Jews in the
Western world are cut off from
ions; 2. the fight for the right
of Jews to remain Jews in a pe-
riod when It is increasingly dif-
ficult to remain non-conformist;
."!. the will of the Jews to remain
Jews, as the- coming generation
has now to find "now motives
and sources of strength to main-
tain its Jowishness."
To meet these tasks. Dr. Gold
mann urged drastic changes in the
present communal structure." All
efforts and funds which were de-
voted to fighting anti-Semitism, as
well as of organized Jewish relief
and philanthropy, will have to be
switched to the great problem of
Jewish education and creative
ness, and in the participation of
the upbuilding of Israel," he said.
Premier Erlander. in his wel-
coming address to the delegates,
told the assembly: "The World
pie. Stockholm's Mayor Carl Al-
bert, addressing the opening meet-
ing and welcoming the assembly
officially on behalf of Hie city,
struck the same theme, referring
I w UrUUtUKOoo to* "the-cothTtfcsg
Jewish refugees who found haven
here during the dark days of Nazi
Germany."
Opposition to the fact that the
Ambassador of West Germany
was invited to the opening ses-
sion of the assembly was ex-
pressed by some of the Israeli
delegates. The opponents, con-
sisting of members of the Ma-
pa m, Achdut Avodah and the Re-
ligious bloc in Israel asked for
a caucus of the Israeli dotage-
Hon. |
The opponents also demanded.
that the West German flag, among
j all the flags flying in front of the
| Parliament building where the
\ plenary session is to be held, be
I lowered to half-mast in memory
of the Jewish victims of Nazism.
However, the moves in the Israeli
caucus were defeated.
Jewish Congress, in its own sphere, iAtr it was announced that,
can .make a valuable contribution Monday morning, all of the flags
to the future welfare of the world. of alI nations in front of the Par-
i It can help create a world where |iamenl building would be low-
- i sirftSBrSK'jtj: ] a-t sra. tst
the possibility of human exist- ing ,ne political debates before the
assembly, some Israelis, including
The Swedish statesman remind-
ded the delegates to the assembly >
of "the cldse links" which have
tied his nation to the Jewish peo-
1
Curtain."
The only delegation from East I ence
European countries participating
in the assembly is one from Yugo-
slavia. A five-man delegation rep- [
resenting Polish Jewry arrived
Sunday from Warsaw, but will par-
ticipate as observers only. The
Jewish community in Hungary had
earlier notified the WJC that ib
would send a delegation to the as-
sembly. But, Sunday night, a tele-
phone call from Budapest to Dr.
Goldmann here notified him not to
expect such a delegation, adding
that the reasons are explained in
a letter on the way. It is assumed
by WJC leaders that the reversal
took place under pressure from
Moscow.
Invitations to the assembly sent
by the World Jewish Congress to
about a dozen of the largest Jew-
ish communities in the Soviet
Union have brought replies from
congregations there that they
would not attend the world Jewish
parley because they consider
themselves "purely religious bod-
ies" and it would, therefore, not
be appropriate for them to be rep-
resented at an assembly with po-
litical aims. The replies were re-
ceived from the Jewish religious
congregations in Moscow, Lenin-
grad, Kiev, Odessa. Minsk. Vilna
and Tiflis. Congregations in other
cities did not answer at all to the
invitations.
Dr. Goldmann, in his presiden-
tial address, said that Jews to-
day face three main problems:
1. The danger that assimilation
and disintegration may follow
the generally successful fight
for equal rights for Jews as citi-
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Friday, August 7, 1959
3 Ab 5719 _
Eban-Dayan Battle Assumes Special Import
Former Israel Ambassador Eban has his
eyes glued on the November elections. But he
and Brig. Moshe Dayan, now a student at He-
brew University, once the Israel Army's Chief
of Staff, are being groomed for far greater
things than the November campaign has in
the immediate offing.
For this reason, their current debate over
what Israel should do about Arab intransi-
geance rises above the general furor of cus-
tomary political wrangling in the Jewish State
to assume a role of particular significance.
Brig. Dayan has called upon Israel to
adopt a policy that would meet Arab "hostility
with hostility." Eban is contrarily demanding
diplomatic means and national self-restraint.
Mr. Eban's posture is not the product of
the contemplative atmosphere in which he
now finds himself as president of the Weiz-
monn Institute of Science at Rehovoth. It is
rather the result of his hectic experience as Is-
rael Ambassador to the United States and Uni-
ted Nations in October and November of 1956.
SUEZ CANAt AND TNt SLUGFEST
It was on Oct. 29. 1956 that Israel launch-
ed the Sinai campaign. Eban's was the legacy
of Western fury both in Washington and at
the UN. His was the job to assuage our State
Deportment's wrath, to explain Israel's actions,
to minimize the severity of the Dulles-Eisen-
hower censure inclinations.
In the heat of battle and the flush of vic-
tory. Brig. Dayan experienced other feelings.
The story of 96 hours to Suez is still recounted
and studied by the major military academies
of the world. A vital part of one of the most
astonishing campaigns in history. Brig. Dayan
has an army mind, and plainly thinks in army
terms when brought face-to-face with contin-
ued Arab intransigeance.
Behind Dr. Kreisky's Office
History has indeed turned round with the
appointment in Austria of a Jewish foreign min-
ister. Dr. Bruno Kreisky.
The role of this nation in its easy accep-
tance of the Hitler yoke is still not guile fully
evaluated, although more than two decades
have passed since the government submitted
to the Nazi Anschluss with an untoward
flourish of defeat.
.v ,ln !he, faCe ol Ai8 unkno*n guantiry and
the kind of anti-Semitism traditional to Austria's
ma,or cities. Dr. Kreisky's appointment is be-
yond guestion an astonishing and pleasina
development. r y
h v,Never1heless' M must be considered in
light of a number of other considerations, prin-
2r*T!2 arUnd ,he "Ration* ques-
toon. The Austrian government, in the quise
ami? ?anCJe,,?r Mi Rb. has^on-
srstently denied the validity of Jewish claims
W K Pe"Sa,l0n n Ae ^OUDd ,ha not only
Jews but the enure nation was the victim of
Nazi aggression and invasion.
recJn n" S6nf'.he has Plad himself on
r, ^onsldenna unreasonable any such
restitution demand. r
m-J^3' Wf?' however. Chancellor Raab told
memoers of Parliament that he is for "just resti
Sefornen'he ^ ** J^h -"''
Before his words were cold. Dr. Kreiskv
ported the Jewish Telegraphic Agency to
.L AUStria beUeves 2 been a
complete compensation soluUon for victims S
Dr. Kreisky's appointment Austria's new Sir
9uise. playing puppet to Raab-type m^?
The Eban-Dayan battle of diplomacy and
national self-restraint vs. "hosility with hos-
tility" lies at the core of possible Israeli action
particularly in relation to the recent negotia-
tions between UN Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold and UAR President Nasser over
Israeli use of the Suez Canal. The "conces-
sions" Hammarskjold wrung from Nasser are
shocking; only more shocking is the UN chief's
urging that Israel accept them.
SCHOLAR AND MAM Of THE MID
Dag's attitude diminishes the possibility
of mustering strong world opinion with respect
to Egypt's violation of international agreements
involving use of the Suez Canal. It increases
the probability of an even more hostile Nasser.
Meanwhile, it is clear where U.S. senti-
ments lie. The Eban-Dayan slugfest elicited
words of warning from the State Department
this week, where officials expressed their ex-
treme displeasure over "tough, militant talk"
in Israel that might disturb the new, closer ties
between Washington and Cairo.
Almost nowhere was there talk of the es-
sential justice of Israel's complaint. Only the
fundamentally politically-motivated debate be-
tween the Jewish State's two favorite sons
brought the sharp response here that not even
Nasser's vow last week to destroy Israel could
muster.
Thus, against a backdrop of renewed
Washington-Cauo relations, the battle be-
tween Israel's former Ambassador to the U.S.
and former Chief of Staff takes on painful over-
tones.
Eban. the scholar, begging for caution,
points to Israel's gains during the last 30
months since Sinai and declares them to be
the legacy of national rranquility. His is the
bitter memory of sharp American reaction to
Israeli efforts at nurturing national dignity
even at the risk of resorting to arms.
Dayan. the man of the field, urging a pol-
icy based on retaliation, charges that this is
the only action the Arabs understand. His is
the joyous recollection of victory against a
vanquished enemy the West continually re-
vitalizes in his view, with the end that it
plagues Israel.
hi, ST"" f1" huad ,he man of ,ne Md sell
his heritage for a bowl of porridge. There ,s
no danger of that today. Israels choice\*Ul
have to be made on far more rafonal ground
Tisha BAv Next Thursday
Tisha B'Av. the ninth day in the H.k
for Jews throughout the worid L TT^
served begining next WeX*da "* ** ob~
oU day Thursday Wednesday evening and
intolerable as the n!,l ? ght mc*easingly
desire to be ideSJied .rL^*011 ^^~ As for Israel he^^, h,dly and ^rurally
democrat, 1^1^^ as 5
ingly in hisory,\SadaS7 ""^ iaa^-
con,empo ^^app^less 8ymbollc of
value is that it serves tow j continuing
-md to be SSSfZS* P2
future. cautious about the
travel abroad The AJ
position was expressed in a statement several week. .,. th,
Foreign Relations Committee. Increasingly there is lh, ,^*
Wash.n*too these days that v.sas fall Into the category of SH
The feeling is unfortunately not unique. Moat right* heretofJ*
,ved by Americans seem popularly to have acquired specul
To trace the history of uch an attitudinal change would be d
herP Nevertheless, squabbles over passports were a major UaT
far back as the McCarthy era. Coupled with the deepest mi*Z\
fl.cted by the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, they bee,m,
nation's answer" to the Communist threat.
That Communism has not diminished as a major challea*J
our way of life is perhaps the only rebuttal to the "answer n3
all the inequities of the McCarran Act, nor the brutalities atttZ
the hevday of McCarthyiim, nor indeed the sum total of our i2|
denials as a free people in the name of advancing freedom hat 3
the years amounted to a scintilla of defense against the Soviet ta-l
minatkm to Communise us. Vice President Nixon would perty* ,J
sider it one of his great achievements that he was an early MeCankl
prototype in the formative period of his political youth
Yet he has just spent a remarkable tea days in the backywl t\
the Kremlin, fencing publicly with Khrushchev, challenging r^^I
tortions about US. life, pleading with the Russians to lend an ufe.
standing ear to his messages for peace. Little more than i i^A
ago the Vice President would surely be counted among the naftad
of an attack against just such a maneuver.
CHANCING WITH T riflUS
WITH POLISHED IF hardly diplomatic aplomb, he might afail
have characterized the tour as treasonous. This, clearly, u tfe |
trademark he brought to his first campaign against the incumbtsui I
1952. when Mr Nixon virtually charged the entire Democratic M
ministration to be riddled with Reds and Pinkos" who *trt"aft|
on Sovietism."
One can go on and on, citing his comments in this regard, ui
manifestation of the tough position with respect to Russia he m|
after his electiona position rigidly characterising the DuDcs rtpa
of the State Department. Whatever he may have said a decadt an,
that Mr. Nixon has just completed a tour through the Soviet Una i
no more cause for questioning his loyalty than there was ream ft I
the nation to deny admittance to tens of thousands of Kuropess ru>|
gees under the merciless restrictions of the McCarran Act.
Times have changed, and the Vice President has changed ml
them. Pact is that he did mere last week to enhance Aawnca
prestige in the East-West conflict than the era of our history mrw]
by retrenchment of personal liberties ever managed to achtm-s
era in which the Vice President once so boldly caned a permt]
niche.
AH of which is by way of saying that the current AdministrateI
sponsored bill giving the Secretary of State such arbitrary pmti]
over the granting of passports to Americans for travel abroad nisi]
be considered an anachronism.
tifusAi ow rOfotocxAi' caovajos
the AMERICAN JEWISH Congress testimony was pertinent in ml
regard. It declared that perfectly valid reasons exist fordemL
of passports, such as to fugitives from justice; persons under uaV. I
ment. free on bail, or restrained by court order; persons who owt Oil
Kovernment for previous transportation back to the I'mted Sum.il
who are promoting passport frauds or otherwise attempting to im I
legal obligations.
Apart from such cases, refusal to grant a visa is largely band* I
ideological'' grounds, with the petitioner nrewimntl to be a risk, va I
may bring discredit to the nation in ill advised words or actions ae I
ing his travels. Granting that "Unquestionably, hostile or malidml
criticism expressed abroad in troubled areas, particularly by Aae I
icans. may materially detract from the prestige and wflueneedthi
Secretary lof State) among foreign peoples." the AJCongms *
went warned: 'But much purely domestic behavior might hareftl
actly the same effect."
Here, the testimony for the Senate Foreign Relations Commit I
refers to a bluntly hostile editorial" in one of several major Aa|
can newspapers as an alternate example of what "can more njp*|
cantly discredit the Secretary of State than a dozen meetings. *|
ones or conventions addressed by Paul Robeson." noted Negro *
no has a remarkable affinity for travel behind the Iron Curtain I
"One harshly critical column by Walter Lippman. the statm*
continues, 'may have more disruptive effect upon Department i\
R,tr ob*ct,ves ,hn any number of speeches in foreign countries *
nocsweu Kent." distinguished VS. painter recently denied vm
wr 4 mtmmu nmua
|T WOULD HAVE behoved the AJCongress statement to *|
more barbed examples of domestic behavior detrscting froo
m.?i1f abroadJhn these valid ones focusing upon the power f
meingent watchdog preM iMtal upon urging a wholesome H
vZt, "5 v,e*T1D- the statement clearly avoided such quar*
some issues as:
Southern resistance to the May. 18M Supreme Court integral*!
t2T WlUl ,emPh' Gov. Faubu. of Arkansas.
wnth n^ei!Llynchin ta Mhuisaippl of an alleged Negro rap*
Pin. T T"rt tnd *etkm of the persons involved in drat
Ring h,m from his cell and depositing the murdered corpwM
' *tery grave.
" NohJ'p* &de Tfnnu C,UD e* New York, which denied the *J|
"oeiPrue wmner and United Nations Under Secretary **l
FmhieV. i!l^h/p ""^eds of his race. J
fadun. i"^ w,,hdrawal of VS. Ambassadors from ahrmij
Om n B0W ",vUung about the countries in which they **
mpl J If! ,nd OB- eompiling other, far more disastro**
* ind,enous activity constituting an affront to the *
^uS r lb"*- '" *^eTm1noa,w."^T- M ^j||
that to ease hi.,.*f "T PeaMhm wggesta: -. no one would
l.m.t freedom or J^J "eereUnr-of StaU should have the I
these per^Z, ?ll!Prch ,rw*>" of the prem (becsu
TJMI "berties impede his ability to conduct foreign
c't>ien Th"s J^ P"^^ U ^ demal cd h rigj^ to an A
bndgemem ., ir,^COlUp,ibl' P^vilege. One may rgue JJ
omest,c f3l ,h,* Mme ^ democr^. but the truth that
ahonng up abro.H0,,,ire to erode the deJemms we pretes-T-'
P^n* or tZ Li0"1 ,U-Wbether In the tmmeSate context af f
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Eban, former Ambassador from Israel to the U.S., gives
[first pressing of a recording he made for Spoken Arts to
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rersity. Arthur Klein, head of the record firm, looks on.*
^eeds from the long playing record, a reading from Psalms
I Ecclesiastes, will go to the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
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a Parliamentary Committee report
which made a distinction between
Shechita. which was specifically
described as a humane form of
slaughter, and pre-handling of food
animals, which was not so des-
cribed.
In adopting the measure, Parlia-.
ment omitted all references to
Shechita and to pre-handling. leav-
ing it to the Minister of Agricul-
ture, D. S. Harkness, to implement
the new law. Hayes said that the
CJC had asked for an appointment
to meet with Harkness to present
tire Jewish community viewpoint
on the new law.
The Minister of Agriculture
hat not given any indication of
when he intended to begin im-
plementing the new law. No
dato has yet been set for the
mooting requested by the CJC
with Harkness. It was expected
that Harkness would include, in
his examination of data to guide
him in that Implementation, the
report of the special Parliamen-
tary committee. Hayes indicated
that this was one of the reasons
why the CJC was seeking a moot-
ing with the Minister of Agri-
culture.
The CJC leader said the assur-
ances had been received from
"Cabinet Ministers, from state-
ments in the House of Commons
and from the authorities in general
that the regulations which will be
promulgated by the Minister of
Agriculture will fully protect the
interests of the Jewish commun-
ity. In fact, we are advised that
the declaration that Shechita is a
humane method of slaughter will
be included in the regulations," he
stated.
Hayes also disclosed that a
study was under way under Jew-
ish auspices on problems of pre-
handling, including shackling and
hoisting. He said the view of the
CJC was that "there is no scien-
tific proof that shackling and hoist-
ing is inhumane but if it is se
proven, then the Jewish commun-
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of the Haifa riots in the North
African immigrant quarters of
Wadi Salib, declared that "crim-
inal elements" are responsible for
the disturbances, saying there was
an "underground" directing the
clashes.
Arrests in Haifa alone have to-
talled 70 persons, it was revealed
Tuesday. Of these, 59 have been
remanded to jail for 15 days each,
to await trial. Investigations are,
being centered on efforts to find
out who the "outside sources" are
that are backing the rioters. Da- \
vid Ben Haroush, self-proclaimed
leader of the Wadi Salib immi-
grant group, who is under arrest,
tulrl the government committee at
Haifa last week he was receiving
financial aid, and boasted "you'd j
be surprised if you knew who is i
helping us."
There is a general fooling here
now, following Sunday's cabinet
meeting, that the government is
handling the situation satisfac-
torily. Severe I members of the '
cabinet pointed out thet, while
some of the new villages erected
for the North African immi-
grants have vecant homes, im-
migrants are flocking into Wadi
Salib, making *n overcrowded
slum of the eree.
The Mapai Party, whose- Wadi
Salib election rally Friday night
was used as a pretext for the latest
Haifa riot, announced Tuesday it
will hold another election rally in
Wadi Salib. "We will not yield to
force." said the Haifa leaders of
Mapai.
A hint that political motivation
may be behind the rioting appear
ed Tuesday in the newspaper Da
var, organ of the Israel Federa-
tion of Labor. Davar, supporting
the "firm" action taken by the po-
lice, pointed out that the political
affiliations of Mr. Ben Haroush
"are well known." Mr. Ben Ha-
roush stated recently before a gov-
ernmental committee that he "fa-
vors" the program of the right-
wing Herat Party.
Spokesmen for Herut, on the
other hand, ar blaming the po-
lice for the disturbances, alleg-
ing thet police authorities "pre-
arranged the riot in order to
squelch Ben Haroush." There ore
250,000 immigrents from North
Africa in Israel, and, as the elec-
tion campaign develops, there is
keen competition among the va-
rious political parties for the
good-will of these citizens.
av -*- "o
Menahem Beigin. leader of the
Herut Party, opened last weekend
his party's election with a speech
at Kamat Can, charging the gov-
ernment with "the use of arms in
internal difficulties," which was a
reference to police actions against
rioters in Haifa and other cities.
He indicated in his address that
this will be one of the major issues
in the November elections.
Another major issue which the
Herut Party intends to exploit
during the election campaign is the
recent arms deal with Germany.
Mr. Beigin said that the General
Zionists did not "sincerely" oppose
the sale of arms to West Germany.
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JlDisappointed heirs often sue
if an eccentric aunt leaves her
money for the care of her
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My ..... finally irritates!
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friend whose left wing opin
ions you* cannot
21It's not good to trip on one
hidden among the weeds.
24Inside of.
25If the account of an accident
is by many people,
details tend to vary-.
28Speedsters seldom learn even
when a friend has paid
with his life for reckless driv-
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response of the
Fifth Amendment.
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. some people are
natural leaders.
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criticized if she
herself with some gaiety.
2Vases.
3Nickname of a President.
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revenge if he's by
thugs in a bar.
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save for a new outfit
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convincing manner.
16A in a golf score some-
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18It's annoying when some
has marred your newly
concrete.
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22Middle Easterner.
23Wings on houses.
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Posy 7 A
wer Tftreaf Doo/tk Compromise
inued from Page l A radio, broadcasting in Arabic,
of the Danith freiehter In Poked fun" at N,Mer'8 ^ast that
L at Port &ud on Ma7 ii" W" "** Waiting for chance
-toineet IsraelTmThe battlefield.
A Western reaction to Nasser's
throat* was offered by the Now
York Times which said editor-
ially that "tho quostion keeps
rising a to whether a person
who talks as irresponsibly at
President Nasser is a worthy
representative of his people, a
good subject for international
credit, or a guarantoo of some-
thing representing peace and
civilization in tho Middle East."
Egyptians did, however,
c o r t a I n "concessions."
[would agree to permit car-
Israel to bo carriod
h tho canal if all Israel
ts were carried FOB Haifa
ling goods on board be-
to tho buyerand if all
imports were to bo OF
Mning that they re-
tho property of tho OX-
until they reached Haifa.
Hammarskjold conveyed
gnditions to the Israelis and
Col. Nasser had immediate pro-
i paganda backing from his Commu-
urged their acceptance. nist aUies jn M*JCOW The Moscow
ti:',J^LTne,k0?ahJr representaUve;^ Dayan, former Israel Army Chief
of Staff, who last week urged meet-
ing Arab "hostility with hostility,"
and supporting Nasser's position
on transit of the canal.
1st week, be was unable to
|bny progress in bis renewed
to induce Nasser to obey
iirity Council orders to per-
ige of all peaceful ship-
ssibility that Israel might
on Nasser's terms was
shaken by the two speech-
Nasser made last week
Israel with war and
ation. In one speech he
at the UAR would "never
crime of Palestine."
Egyptian dictator's speeches
"Everyone knows that all this
shouting about the freedom of nav-
igation is the old method to which
the Israelis have so frequently
turned in order to Justify their
wishes and greed with respect to
the Arabs," the Moscow Radio
said.
The broadcast linked recent
bably directed more to I stntementa by Gen. Dayan with a
than to Israel and rep- i recent trip by Israel director gen
another attempt by Nas
laim leadership of the en-
lb world. But the Bagdad
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military contacts with Bonn." Ac-
cording to the Russian propagan-
da. Gen. Dayan desires action be-
cause Arab unity is growing. It
warded, however, that American
flirtation with the United Arab
Republic was a "weak point" in
Arab unity.
In Washington, State Depart-
ment officials, In talks with
newsmen, expressed displeasure
over blunt talk from Israel and
concern -lost it interfere with
the development of closer ties
between Washington and Cairo.
They said that "tough, militant
talk" In Israel on tho Sues Canal
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United Notions attempts to se-
cure a compromise from Presi-
dent Nasser.1" -'
These sources said the State De-
partment was backing recommen-
dations of Mr. Hammarskjold and
was displeased by recent Israeli
expressions. Such Israeli talk, it
was said, stiffened Nasser's posi-
tion and made it more difficult
for the United States to support
aims sought by Israel.
The State Department opinion
was that Israel should rely on Mr.
Hammarskjold's efforts, mean-
while exercising a quiet diplomacy
and patience. The same sources
said that while the International
Bank was mindful of the Suez
transit issue, as stated by the De-
part men t in a July 7 statement to
25 senators, the Department could
not expect the bank indefinitely
I to delay action on a loan to the
UAR to improve the canal.
In Israel, Brig. Gen. Dayan's
demand to answer "hostility
with hostility" was hotly chal-
lenged by Abba S. Ebon, former
envoy to Washington and repre-
sentative here, who urged Israel
to continue to seek its ends by
diplomatic means only even iff
this required strong s o I ff re-
straint by tho nation. Tho for-
mer envoy, in a newspaper ar-
ticle, presented a lengthy list off
international and Internal Israel
gains in tho 3* months since the
Sinai campaign. Those, ho con-
tended, had boon made possible
by the "relative tranquility"
which has prevailed on Israel's
borders.
He said this policy of exhausting
all channels of the international
community was the guiding prin-
ciple of Israel's efforts to ensure
freedom of passage through the
Suez Canal. "It is definitely too
early to say this policy has failed
to bring any immediate results,"
he stressed.
President Nasser's claim of vic-
tories against Israel in the 1956
Sinai campaign* will be answered
on Israel's Arab broadcasting sta-
tion by Dayan, it was announced
here. One of Nasser's claims that
not a single Egyptian soldier or
officer was captured by Israel
during the Sinai campaign except
for "a few National Guardsmen"
was to be answered in dramatic
form.
The Arab-language program will
broadcast recorded interviews with
hundreds of officers among the
more than 5,000 Egyptian prison-
ers. The interviews will Include
one with Gen. Abdulla el Agridi,
who commanded the captured
Eighth Egyptian Division and who
is now infantry chief of Egyptian
army headquarters.
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Judqe Silver Will Attend Confab
Judge Sam I. Silver has received
an invitation from the Whit.'
House to attend President Elsen-
hower's conference on traffic sal
lv to be held at the American Bar
Assn. convention at the Americana
hotel Aug. 2 and 25. .
Purpose 01 the conference being
conducted by Tom C. Clark, U. S.
Supreme Court Justice, is to
strengthen the traffic court sys-
tem throughout the nation by rais-
ing it in'public esteem and mflu-
nicip.l .Mse of West Miami for
n / years prior to his trip I.
Europe an^ Israel last y..rjnH
has been the Assec.ate Judge of
the court since his return. He
was .he founder of ***"**
Judges' Assn. of Dade County
and served as its charter presi-
dent.
He was a lecturer on case prepa
ration and trial procedure in in,
fie courts at the last Honda SUU
ing it in public esteem auu -- con(erence co-spon-
ence. Among other participants in tflC C jrx ^^
the program are Oov. Lertoy coi- ,nc Yniversity of K
tins U. S. Supreme Court Justices and tMl >
. Bar Asso
iorida. held
annually for the benefit of all
traffic court judges and prosccu-
lins, U. S. Supreme Cou
Potter Stewart and William J.
Brennan. and Erwin D. Canham --
President of the U. S. Chamber of lor^er,m on four commit-
Commerce. tees of the Florida Bar. he is '
Judge Silver served as Mu- membcr of the board of directors
.------------------- and 0f the courts committee 01
JNF Dinner Plans Ihe Dade Coun,y
Forming Here
Plans for ti.e fifth annual Jewish
National Fund dinner here are al-
ready being mapped out. Sol Gold-
man, executive board chairman
announced Wednesday.
The dinner, which will be held
Nov. 15. is slated for the Fontatne-
tleau hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti "res-
ident of the Jewish National Fund
Council nere. mis ween lequeateu
that local organizations take note
of the scheduled dinner Current project is the establisn-
ment oi an American fnmmi
Forest in Israel.
Constable to be Speaker
Rocky Pomerance will be guest
Speaker at a tuncneon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rita
Tuesday noon at the DiLido hotei.
His subject is "The Constable's
Story."
Registered in Who's Who of the
South, he was charter president of
Temple Judea. Coral Gables, and
,s a senior member of the law firm
of Pallot, Silver. Pallot. Stern and
Mulloy.
Keating Urges World 1Q
Plight of Iron Curtain Jed
WASHINGTON .noealed this week to the conscience of the world to protest lnJ
| ',., (lf Jewish religious institutions ,n the Soviet l^
anneal came in an address n the floor of the Senate ,n whichl!.
V,',k Republican described the Closing of synago8Ucs I,
.,l ,,(! recenl developmonU in that country were Only Joo rt"
cenl ol the early days of Nazism in Germany."
treatment of its Jewish popula-
tion."
Sen. Keating dwelt on the re-
cent closure ? the hiatone syn-
agogue at Ciernovlti. a town
half of whose population waa
Jewish, he **" %T.
standeble," he declared.
1UDGI SAM Slim
Sen. Keating said tt
were "only too reminisce* 4
early days of Nazism m
He reported that the Sov*
had banned even Jewi^
prayer servicc-the wta
,h.**'nyan-,n fvau
ews in the Soviet Union regard said the prayer for lhe dd
,his action of the Soviet Govern- ether be conducted els*
ment a. evil "". N is n. { Ujt,mk of prosecute
wonder that they are reported
i state o* near panic. He
termed the Csernoviti MM the
latest of a aeries of ominous de-
velopments in the Soviet Union's
JWV Chief Says Fear Felt in Streets
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NEW YORK-UTAl-A keen,
almost pathetic'' desire tof Iden-
tification with the Jewish n-li'
ion. coupled with "stark fear.'
are the characteristics of Jewish
life in the Soviet Union. Sam
Shaikewitz. national commander
of the Jewish War Veterans, de-
clared here Sunday.
Mr. Shaikewitz. whose homi
m St. Louis, returned here early
this week from visit to th S
Viet I'mon. He is here to attend
the 64th annual convention of the
JWV which was to open formal
dons Wednesday.
Mr. Shaikewitz laid that, un-
der the current regime of Ni
S Khrushchev, "things are much
r for the Russians, including
Jews, "than they had been under
the late Joseph Stalin. The JWV
commander, who visited not only
Moscow but many other centers
of Jewish population in European
Russia, said he found "fear and
desire for Jewish identification"
wherever he went.
"In one large city, I was told
there waa a synagogue within a
found that the old synagogue s
now used partly as a planetan-j
um, partly a* headquarters for >
the Communist Party's "agita-
tion and propaganda" commis-,
serial ,'
Mr Shaikewitz said he found
.1 woeful ignorance" among the
Russian -leu- about Israel. |
Many ol them.'' he declared,
-believe what they have been
told that Israel is a desert waste-!
land where all the people are un-
derfed, povertj stricken, a n d \
live under substandard condi-
tion-
dooob
few minutes' walk of my hotel
I searched for an hour and a half
and found no synagogue. I talked
to people on the street, and some
were JewishI talked to these in
Yiddish. Those who speak Yid-
dish would start answering in
Yiddish, then look behind them,
and quickly change to Russian,
insisting that 'all's well, we can
f nd work whenever we want it.'
They are just plain stared."
Hr Shaiki kl that be
heard protests frojn Jews in Kiev
ll reports in the American
is thai their synagogue had
u ,1 dimn by l'ie gOVen
meiit. Actually he said, he
the in operation. D il
open several boon each mon
and e.uh evening, and services
are held on the Jewish New Year Registration for the new semes-
anil on Yom Kippur lie was told lir a) Monhcello '''rk ''>-" On-
that, during the last High Holy ,er ,,>,.-,. scn0ol will he held
manjr as 30.000 Jews pach wt^ujn lri>rn u ., to 5
P in and Sunday mornings from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m commencing Sun-
day in the school building. Jack
In another large city, however, Diamond, president, announced.
said the JWV commander, he A I"11 Program of instruction.
_____________________________ including nursery, Sunday and He-
brew school, as well as Bas and
Bar Mitrvah and post-Bar Mitzvah
instruction, will be offered, with
the school year beginning Sept. 8.
Staff of teachers is under the
leadership (if education director
Abraham J Giticlson Irving Sei-
del is chairman of the school
board.
Enumerating various m.
ish moves. Sen Keating jJJ
Senate ol restrictions of g
baking in various Russiai
the suppression of Yaddnh
persecution of persons actuj-d
Zionism, and a wide
against Jewish religious
He noted that synagogues u|
cow, Leningrad, and Km
-allowed to remain open rial
foreign visitors may see tan.'
Monticello Park
To Register
passed through the Kiev syna-
gogue to show that they were
"still Jew i"
There
way and a. wrong way
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Canadian Jews fo Celebrate
MONTREAL- (JJTA) Prinen
Minister John G DiefenbaJter and
the Premiers of ten provinces of
Canada will be patrons of the bi-
centenary of Canadian Jewry
which is being celebrated this
year The celebration will begin
this" autumn and continue into the
spring of 1960 under the sponsor
'hip of the Canadian Jewish Co*i-
gress.
To Live in Mrjr:i Wr
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Nth this issue of The Jewish Floridian, "In the Reslm of
I's Religious Life," the page prepared in cooperation with the
0*1 leader* of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Ann., cease*
Eation through the month of August. Feature* such as the
%ly Sermonette," "Know Your Heritage/' "Gem* of Wls-
and "Tale* of Moral*" will resume here at the conclusion of
Winter vacation period, when the area's spiritual leaders
to their pulpit* for the coming year'* activities.
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YESHURUN. 170M Collins
Snservative. Rabbi Abraham
Cantor Bon Zion Kirechen-
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ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls ivt.
. Rabbi laaae Ivor.
s.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. Ser-
It.Kik of lamentation*.''
. \\Yilnt-Hdny. Aus". 12. 7:J0
day 7:45 a.m.
1MB*. 2M3 W Itth ava.
Btivo. Maxwell Silberman.
VIO. t4S8SWSrd avt. Can
Rabbi YaaKow Roaenberg.
'William W. Lipaon.
900 W 17th avo. Orthodox,
amon Schitf.
KITH. 12290 NW 2nd .
Stive. Rabbi David w. Her-
itor Hyman Fain.
Ir> p.m. (IumI spiritual lead-
Al>niham Heraon. Sermon:
Our Ufa Mlrmra Our Re
aturday S a.m. Sermon:
en WordSacred Bond."
.AEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or
Rabbi H. Louis Rattman.
aCOB. 301-311 Washington
"odox. Rabbi Tiber Stern,
auric* Mamchea.
HAEL. 13* NW 3rd ava.
Rabbi Aria Becker.
fR.
LAH. *S5 Euclid avo. Or-
ibbi Joeeph E. Rackoveky.
fAY JEWISH CENTER.
34-584. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
a.m. at KH PW lSlh ft.
>omfort and Consolation."
m
JHTS CENTER. 1S1S0 NW
onservative. Cantor Eman-
3RANADA. SO NW B1st
arvative. Rabbi Bernard
Saturday S am. Bar
sun of Mr. and Mr*.
etl*
SBRDALE EMANU-EL. 1*01
ewa avo. Reform. Rabbi
Hanson. Cantor^ Shsrwin
, ACADEMY. S1S th at. Or-
[Rabbi Alexander Oroaa.
REFORM JEWISH CON-
.ION. 1190 W. asth St., Palm
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwltman.
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ifOOD TEMPLE SINAI. SOW
Conaervatlve. Rabbi David
Cantor Vehudah Meilbreun.
TE CENTER. 3l*B iW tdth
snservative. Rabbi Morton
ISRAEL. 141S Euclid ava.
> Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield.
J Abraham Salt.
Ilo p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
lu.lldlng from Peatruc-
Miiavah: Allan Saul, eon
Mrs. Irvinit l.lrhten.
HEBREW CONOREOATION.
12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
all Saville. Cantor Berelo
p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bjsr.
,i We Mourn." Tlsha B Ay
\\ .Ineailay. Aug. It, S:
k of Lamentations. Thuia-
LO PARK. IBSMi at. and
ave. Conservative. Rabbi
shilz.
p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar
. inter Prince, who will be
Httay evenlng'a One*- Shab-
honor.
IAOE CBNTBR. 1t4aj W.
iwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Okolica. Cantor Herman
Itn-Marbiny
J> p.m. Cantor Mnrchbeln to
Bn the abaence of Rabbi
iflueai a|iaker: Larry K.
An A. tor Looks at
jaturday a.m.
tORE CENTER. 8S0 78th at
c/ttorew v_^t>m eriation
(glrty) paj?a nn;
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ty nra *&"& ,sring -
Kxon kV ,pr-f Di*n
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toy n'ltf ,mt Dn? ^?
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TRANSLATION -
Day campers In United Nations show at the Miami Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Appearing be-
fore an audience of campers and parents are (left to right)
Candy Rosen, Viclri Jo Levenson and Betty Lustig.
Battle Over Rabbinate
Dram Fire from Israelis
JERUSALEM(JTA)A plan to revamp the Chief Rabbinate of
Israel and have one Chief Rabbi instead of an Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
and a Sephardic Chief Rabbi as at present, drew fire this week on its
Mapai and General Zionist advocates.
The proposal was aired shortly-----'------------------"
after the death of Dr. Isaac Halevi zeVVin this week to repudiate the
Uaovaa Iho Auh1rana?i/> f'hipf Bah- ____.-.*-____I .m_a Wl. kWlf
Herzog, the Ashkenazic Chief Rab-
bi. Supporters of the plan contend-
ed that the institution of a dual
Chief Rabbinate in effect gave le- (
gal recognition to the division ychudi Unterman.
within the Israel community.
unauthorized effort on his behalf.
The move enhanced the prospects
of Chief Chaplain Shlomo Goren
and Tel Aviv's Chief Rabbi, Isar
Who Creates the Fruit of the Tree
My friend in the kibbutz of Tel-
Yosef in Emek Jezreel is a horti-
culture (fruit-tree) expert. When
I visited him recently (of late) he
set a table with various fruits in
my honor, from the green and
small olive to the yellow and large
grapefruit.
"Do you know that you will not
find in many countries such a
large variety of fruits as we have
today in this country?" my friend
turned to me.
"For example?" I asked and
tasted a small yellow fruit, the
name of which, even, I did not
know.
"All the world knows that Israel
grows and exports large quanti-
ties of citrus fruit: oranges, grape-
fruit, lemons, citrons, tangerines,
etc. And of the oranges them-
selves, there are many varieties.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
The Mapai m* General Zionist
advocates of the plan suggested
that Rabbi Yitthak Nissim, the
Sephardic Chief Rabbi, become
the sole Chief Rabbi under their
new plan. The National Relig-
ious and Herut .Parties immedi-
ately challenged the sincerity of
the proposals and charged they
were aimed at "weeing the
Sephardi vote" in the November
general elections.
Haaretz, independent daily, edi-
torially supported the present sys-
tem, declaring that its abolition
Though Israel is now officially
in mourning for Rabbi Herzog,
partisans of Rabbis Goren and
! Unterman are discussing their
| qualifications for the post. Rabbi
Goren's "liberalism" on interpre-
I tation of Jewish religious law was
] considered offset by his youthhe
is 44and Rabbi Unterman's schol-
arship by his age; he is 74.
Another facet of the discussion
on Chief Rabbbi Herzog's succes-
sor is consideration of establish-
ing a minimum and maximum age
for Chief Rabbis50 years and 70
would To? "bridge"^ guF^ >-,. Friends of the two rabbis
tween the two communities and have been pointing out that neith-
would create new problems.
An informal campaign for Rabbi
S. Y. Zevvin, editor of the Tal-
mudic Encyclopedia, as successor
er has made any move to seek the
post. Chaplain Goren is abroad on
a United Jewish Appeal mission.
Rabbi Unterman is maintaining a
Monticello Names
Rabbi Lipshitz
Spiritual Leader
Jack Diamond, president of Con-
gregation Monticello Park, announ-
eed Wednesday the appointment
Of Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz, of Mad-
ison, Wise, as spiritual leader of
the No. Miami Beach synagogue.
He succeeds Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
Rabbi Lipshitz attended the He-
brew Theological College of Chi-
cago and Yeshiva University,
where he was ordained in 1947.
Columbia University awarded him
the MA degree in philosophy in
1948.
Per the past *1ve years. Rabbi
Lipshitz has studied at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. Upon the
completion of his dissertation in
May. !, he will be the first
student at the university to re-
ceive the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy in the field of Sem-
itics.
Madison has been Rabbi Lip-
shitz' only permanent rabbinical
post, where he was spiritual lead-
er of Conservative Beth Israel
Center for 12 years.
In Madison, Rabbi Lipshitz was
active in both the Jewish and non-
Jewish community, serving as
president of the local ZOA, vice
president of B'nai B'rith, director
of the Jewish Welfare Fund and
chairman of its Seminary alloca-
tions committee, member of the
Rotary Club, director of Dane
County Red Cross, Mayor's Com-
mission of Human Rights, a Min-
isterial Fellowship, and a number
of other civic and state organiza-
tions.
Rabbi Lipshitz is married to the
i former Miriam Lehrman, daughter
| of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Lehrman,
of Detroit.
Temple Schedules
Holy Day Services
At Auditorium
To accommodate the increasing
membership of Temple Emanu-El,
Samuel Friedland. president, an-
nounced Wednesday -that for the
third successive year the temple's
High Hobday services will be held
in the Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium.
The Auditorium is air-condttioB-
ed, and its 3,500 seats will permit
teen-agers and young adults to sit
next to their parents. This was
previously not possible because of
the Temple's limited seating ca-
pacity, Friedland explained.
The Auditorium's facilities alee
allow for a reserved section of
the balcony for the sole u* of
Temple teen-agers from 13 te
17.
to the late Chief Rabbi led Rabbi scrupulous policy of inaction.
MUGHTING Tim
I Ab 6:42 pun.
* I
Conservative. Rabbi Mayar Abram-
owiu. Cantor Edward Klein.
SOUTHWBST CBNTBR. S4I8 BW Bth
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maunoo
Klein.
TEMPLE BETH AM. SSSO N. Kendall
or., S. Miami. Reform Ftabbl HerOert
Baumgard. Canter Charles Kodner.
Friday 7:30 ii.m. 1* H.-nry Weeks
hers to conduct *ervl<-i- In the !-
ware nf ltal.nl Bauinaard.
TEMPLE BETH BL. 1S4S Polk St.,
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
waod. trtS Menree at Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Canter Erneet
Schreiber.
Friday t p.m. Rabbi Samuel Men-
delowlts, new education director, will
officiate. Saturday a.m.
TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb
Cantor David Convlaer.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Oroas
berg.
Firm service In the Temple'e Slew
building- Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Thou Shalt Erect a Sanctuary I n
to ate." Onea Mia boat hoata: Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Kals. In honor of the Itar
Mltsvah of their aon: Mr. and Mr
rhlllp Herman. In honor of the mar-
riage of their aon. Melvln. to M:a
Enid Struaaer. daughter of Mr. and
Mm. Mas Struaaer. Sunday, Aug. S
Saturday a.m. Sermon: "Joined in
New Bra." Bar Mltsvah: Steven Kats
------e------
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahing
ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich.
Friday S:S0 p.m. Saturday t a.m. Scr-
im.n: "W.-Kly I'or I Ion."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1ST NB 1Sth St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 1:15 p.m. in Jacob II Kaplan
Chapel. ____
TEMPLE JUDEA. SS0 Palermo ava
Liberal. Rabbi Morrla Shop. Canto-
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday H:15 p.m. Sermon- "Jewlata
Bthlca In Iially Living." CStadli
aing: Mra. A. Pavld Ooldberg and
Mrs. Hany Cohen Saturday Min-
onyalre a.m. Regular service 10:S0
u.lll.
TEMPLE NER TAM1D. SOth at. ano
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Comberg.
-----e-----
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1I10C
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benne
M. Wallach.
------e
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. SSI
Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi
Leo Hum.
h i.lto 1:11 p.m. Cantor Saniurl Ir-
vine will conduct aervloe In absence
uf Rabbi Helm.
------O------
TEMPLE ZIOM. 8720 8W 17th St
Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred Waa-
man.
Friday S:S0 p.m. Saturday S a.m. Jun-
b>r sarvteea to follow.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. S5O0 N. Miami
ava. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Olantz.
Friday S:S0 p.m. Members of RlatorhOOi In honor of
Rabbi Harry I.. Lawrence, the Cen-
ter'* new spiritual leader. Saturday
* a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1tS4 Weat ava
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaael
Services Friday evening and Satur-
day morning. Dally prayer and medi-
tation.
.YOUNG ISRAEL. 18750 NE 10th ava
Orthodox.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conaervative. Rabbi B
Leon Hurw.tz. Cantor Maye.- Giaaer
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday >:30 a.m. '
The speciallydesigned Ark and
pulpit fiUings will be utilized as
in the past, to create the sanctity
of synagogue atmosphere in the
Auditorium, according to Fried-
land.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
officiate at all services. Cantor
Israel Reich will-chant, assisted by
the Temple choir. Seating ar-
rangements for the High Holiday-
services are now in progress at tho
Temple office.
To Rebuilt? Rush. Shul
WORMS, Germany(JTA)Ab-
nouncetnent was made here this
week that the cornerstone will be
laid this month for the reconstruc-
tion of the famous old Rashi Syna-
gogue, which was destroyed by
Nazis during the Crystal Night in
November of 1938, when Jewish
houses of worship were burned
down. The Rashi synagogue, buU
by the same artisans who had
erected the Worms Cathedral, dat-
ed back to the Twelfth Century.
The reconstructed synagogue will
be built in accordance with thB
style in which the .original had
been designed. This city now has
only two Jews residing here. Prior
to the Hitler era. the Jewish popu-
lation of Worms totalled 1,100.


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PMCM
BY HENRY LEONARD
"No, David, the person who visits all Jewish
homes at this time on Passover night is Elijah
\ NOT Superman!"
LIOAL NOT1CI
Cf. m; tmm MM*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HICK is HEREBY OIVBN that
jn lersigned. desiring to engage In
i. -* under the fictitious name of
.< CAFE at HUSO Mini R.md. Ml-
i intend* to register **td
with the Clark of the Cl null
n ,f l>. I- County, Florida.
MRS WANDA I.ADt SKY
bM* Owmt
SI BR, OARS IH'TIl
Applicant
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NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
dtick in HEREBY GIVEN that
a. dealrins to engage i"
In -s under the flctltioua name of
BCRDHEIM HARDWARE CO., not
I., at Ml N.W. Tlst Street, Miami.
Ida Intends to register Mid name
of the Circuit Court .
., county, Florida.
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MAN < Of d.DSTF.IN
w Flagler Bi.. Miami, Fla
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NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
PICK is HBRBBT OIVEN that
.jderstgned. dealrlng to engage In
esB under the fictitious name* of
EE HONUSTEIIS also Dl'NOA-
DARLINOB at HMMi Bay l>rlve.
I Beach Intend* to regiater aaW
- ulih the Clerk of the Circuit
|rt of Dade County. Florida.
KAREN RECORDS INC.
i Florida rrallon
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO AM. To WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, OREETINOS:
Where**, EDWARD J. JAPHB MI-
AMI BEACH, Fl.oltll'A. ANITA I
JAI'IIK. MIAMI BBACH, FLORIDA.
nancy U. KNOBBL, Bl'RFKlDE,
FLORIDA did on the sih day .if Orto-
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CORPORATED corporation, with it'
principal place of business nt MIAMI.
DADE COlTNTTi In the Stale of Mor-
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of mmIi corporation did on Hi.
day of Julj i to be
filed In the office of the SeeV. t.n\ of
State of the State of Florida.
authenl rated evolution adopted h>
the stockholder* under Ihi p ovtaiow
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-.-lut ion of mi* ii cor-
pora Uom
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state do** herebj certify to ihe fora-
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i menta of law have been com-
piled with.
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hereunto act mv'hand and have
affixed the fTreat Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahas*ee. Ihe
Capital, thla the THIRTIETH da)
of JULY, AH II
(eal) R. A OKAY
S.-.Tctary of State
8/7/59
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59CM1*
III-I. MILLER,
Plaintiff.
EDWlN MILLER,
I >efeniliiiit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, BOW IN Mil.I.EH. 7'. White
Oak Street. New Rochelle. New York.
.ire herel>\ required to aerve your An-
awer to the Complaint for Divorce
filed agalnat you, on NoKMAN K.
SCHWARZ, one Lincoln Itoad Build-
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Attorney, and file the original of sild
An*war in the office of the Clark or
the above court on or before August
17, l5, otherwise the complaint ahull
lie taken na confessed.
IioNK ihiii 14th dav of July.
K It LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida
By*: C. P. COF'EI.ANI".
(aeal) Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN K, SCHWARZ
Attorney for Plaintiff
7/17-24-11,1/7
Circuit court, nth judicial
CIRCUIT, OA.DE COUNTY.
ORIDA. CHANOEBY No. 5C 6685
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lawer to the Complaint on plaintiff*
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JOHN M HYl.A.NH.
Ptahitlff,
va.
ALICE fiORRAINE HYLANJJ,
Defendant
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yin'. Al.ici; LORRAINE I|YI.\NH.
ll*l0 Vleter Ave., Klinhinsi. New York.
are hereby notified to file your answer
to the t-omplalnt for divorce filed
against you with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court and serve a copy thereof
iilH.n Claude M Carries. Il>2 Calumet
Bldg.. Miami 32. Fla.. attorney for
plaintiff, on or before the 31*t day of
August. 1*59. otherwise the complaint
taken aa confessed by you.
July 21. l.'i>.
i: li LBATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Joan s.n'kkhen.
Denutv Clerk.
7/31. 8/7-14-21
will be
Dati 'I
(seal)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bnalneea under the fictitious name of
MALANOA BAR gt 30S4 Northwest
Seventh Street Intends to regieter said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANK I iKNN ISl iN-intf**
LEW ISoN A FREED
Attorneys for Petitioner
40< Industrial National Bank Kldg.
7/l. H/7-14-21
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
sros-ru-i.rns at iTTS N-W. Mth
St.. Miami. Fla., Intends to register
aald name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, l-iorlda
NIOHT AMi DAY. INC.
HAROLD A. OREENE
Attorney for Night ft Day. Inc.
7/31. M'7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualni B* under 4he fictitious name of
PIIK OOLDEN UJE AITS* at 1059
Collins Avenue, Miami Beads, FTg In-
tend to rerlster mM name with the
Clerk of the Clu-iilt Court of Dade
County, Florida
JACK and ol.CA KAHN
121 11th St Miami Beach. II
7/17-24-31. '7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage to
business Under Ihe hctftlOU* name of
KUMORAMA Intend* to register said
name with the Clerk of the Ciruit
Court of I'aiie County, Florida.
SI.IM-'U-SKI.I'. INC
HAROLD A GREENE
Attorney for Bllm-Ur-Betf law
7 ||, T-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE ESTATE CONVAIJBSCENT -
NlllSlNC, RESIDENCE al IWS5 8-tV
S"th Street, Bouth Miami. Florida In-
tends to reglater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade
Count) Pol la
ll< iBERT II SYKES Sola
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Alt.ne -H'Hiit
Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the uodorBlenest, daedrhM to enmige in
buRlnea* under the fictitious nan.....I
STATE Mi 'inn m'.k intend*
1 ni 1th the Clerk of th-
circuit Court of I ial- Count; Florida.
syi.vix \v FRIEDMAN,
S.le owner
M. RAY FRIEDMAN
All.i li.-v for Applicant
. i: lad Ayi
r/St, I T-14-21
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ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal nodes*.
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patronage and guarantee
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lor meeeenger service
LESAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undeilgned. dealrlng to engage in
busines* under the fictitious name of
MIAMI BEACH HEALTH CLTB at
Miami Beach. Dade County. Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ALBERT E. GILL,
Sole owner
THEODORE M TRCSHIN
Attorney for Albert E. Gill .
d/b/a MUmi Beach Health Club
LEGAL NOTICB
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HKiOINS MFG. CM. at 10r, Eaat 41t
Street, Hlaleah. Fla.. intend to reg-
ister aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida.
HUGH H COOPER
MYRTLE O, COOPER
FRANKLIN D. OODBN
MARTHA OODEN
AI.VIN F OODEN
MARX* FABKIt
Attorney fur Aptillcanta
Oeavrreag Bid,. T/|T.Mi.i/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrinit to engage In
business under the fictitious name '
RAV-ON MORTOAOE intend- to rag-
aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida.
SYI.VI \ W FRIEDM \N.
Bole iwner
M RAY FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
s/T-u-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 46511 -B
In r.i of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
oi Demand* ftaaji
v,,m .,,. hen n it [fled and required
.. nl an] i balma and demands
which Mm m .iv have a-alnt the
estaie of FERNANDO M NISSKN .1.-
ceased Wite of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In thVIr offi
the County Courthouse in Iade Coun-
ty Florida, within eight celendat
month* from the date of the flr*t pub-
lication hereof, or the ame will be
barred.
EDNA SAVAGE, Executrix
Hv Richard Altshuler
RICHARD AI.TSH1 l.KIl
Attorney
. Seyh.,.,1 Bldg. TmifVW4.S,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undei-signed, dealrlng to engage In
mi: iay MORTOAOE Intend* to reg-
ister said name of the
l Mr, nil ';'< 15 I
-vi.viv u FRIEDMAN,
M RAY FRIEDM vn
mt
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 6913
PATRICIA M LEVITT,
Plaintiff,
v.*
EDWARD II LEVITT.
1 lefeti.l.int
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
p.i EDWARD H LEVITT
111 F'alls Street.
Niagara Fglla, New York
v., EDVf \I'.D M LEVITT .ne hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce ha* been filed again.-t you,
and you are required to eerve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff*
Attorney*, OOLDMAN. ft GOLD-
BTEIN, ISM West Flagler Street. Mi-
ami. Florida and file the original An-
awer or Pleading In the office of the
clerk of the Circuit Court on or ba-
the 24th day of August. 159. If
all to do so. Judgment by defa 111
will be taken against yog for the re-
lief demanded 111 the Bill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conee> utlre week*
In THE .IKU'lSll Kl.. mil >l AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
1-l.rida, this 21st day of July, A.D.
| B 1. K\TI IK I'.MAN. Clerk.
.it Court. Dad.- County. I
laeal) B M W BTOCKIN
Deputy Clerk.
K >LDM \N ,v GOLDSTEIN
Attorney* for Plaintiff
IJOJ w Flagler street
,:"., 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N that
Minis ,v Thorn n Mi ng ''"
I'nlncnrp rated
i | Fioi Id intend to
li-rk of
i '..unt.i.
la.
M l M s
J l'Al'l. THi MAS
14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is* HEBEBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOWNTOWN REAL ESTATE
Langford Building intends to .
sanl n.line with the cieik of the Cir-
cuit Cwirrt of Dade County, Florida.
.1 \MKS J. McVEIOH, Sole Own. r
l/IMI, I T-U
notice unoer
Fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl>
ii
Ii
, \\ .rt In the I tl of
the
ALFRI..... PON "' ,N
In il.i >BJ IS I'l iNTi i.N s wife
RICHARD Al Tsui i BR,
Atton I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C 7360
Iti.SKl.l.A McBCRROWS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I. B McBCRIlOWS.
Iiefend.int
SUIT FOR DIVORCS
To I. B McBl'RRoWS
Rout.- 1
Finle rgla
You ii notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* been filed
against you. and you are required to
erVe a cony of er on the
p RD I*
indiiMtrlai Bank FtulM-
and file the
original thereof In the offli e the
. of the Circuit Court on 01
fore the Tth dav of September. '
If you 'ill t" do vl*e, the
of said Complaint will he
taken as "i
B LEATHBRMAN. Cleric,
K M I.YMAN,
Deputy <'
77-' I
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
HOISK OF 7.FX1ER at MIS S.W Ml,
Street. We*t Miami. Florida intends
o register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
LOt'LS EBGER
Sole Owrter
T/f.4-31. 1 1-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
WOTICa 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bu'ineea under the fictitious name of
WHEEL BRAKE SERVICE OF MI-
AMI at 2701 N.W. 38th Street Intend*
to reglater *ald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida _
VICTOR Ql'INT. Sole Owner
7 14-11, Re,.!*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fletltlou* name of
NEW York LUNCHEONETTE at
1849 Btwa>ne Boulevard. Miami Shore*
intend* to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
EMANl'EL AREAS,
Sole Owner
7/31.1'7-14-lt
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bJOCIAUJE
Relaxing Nat and Suki Williams taking
it easy at home beside their own pool Their
three children are really covering the waterfront
. Gibbie is touring Europe, Herbie is the pho-
tographer at the Tarleton, and Bryna is drama
counselor at Camp Birchwood in Vermont .
Architect Morris Lapidus and wife Beatrice back
Aruba in the Dutch Indies After the Charlie Jacobsons
he Dominican Republic, there was a bombing After they
aiti there was another bombing ... A shooting followed their
Eture from Kingston They finally decided on a policy of
Kind let live: Charlie and Ruth quit their island hopping in
Same of peace, and came back to their Garlenda home in
B Gables, bearing with them two signed pieces of mahogany
Bture .
fr. and Mrs. Joseph (Anne) Uptonhe's the Dade Federal
Kentof 651 W. 47th St., are grandparents again Born
Itorney Marshall and Harriet Harris a son, Steven Matthew,
11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital .
Steven Matthew's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
(Dorothy) Harris, 1140 98th St., Bay Harbor .
ie Liptons also have a granddaughter, Debbie Sue, whose
are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald (Mickey) Lipton, of Coral Gables.
Ir. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers off for a month's vacation in
Carolina* With them are Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg,
children and pups Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt (Carolyn)
lan and sons Harry and Bernard are off North to attend a
reunion and the golden wedding anniversary celebration of
arents in Troy, N.Y. ... On their way back, they'll stop in
ugton, D.C., to visit Carolyn's brother, "Advertising Age"
. Carolyn is secretary to Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple
. Bernhardt's scoutmaster of Troop 64 at the Temple .
entally, Jeffrey Ehrlich, son of Mrs. Ethel Ehrlich, 711 Tiz-
! is accompanying the Chesman clan Ethel's also a Tem-
ludea staffer. '
>*>
)r and Mrs. Leon (Ida) Eisenman, of Hialeah. just returned
i a month's sojourn in Europe, where he attended two medical
entions Their first point of destination was Killarney, Ire-
here he was a convention delegate to the Irish Medical
representing the Dade County Academy of General Practice,
kich he is president Itinerary also covered London, Hol-
Switzerland and Italy, followed by an international medical
tntion in Paris .
lien on to Madrid, where the Eisenmans started their flight
via Guest Airlines Children Eugene and Esther (Sugar)
ending the summer at Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville .
Herb (Vi) Buxbaum and Mrs. Ted (Kay) Lingaton, of
bah, are attending the 32nd national convention of the Jewish
rVeterans Auxiliaries at the Statler-Hilton hotel in New York
yeek Vi is chaplain of the Hialeah-Miami Springs JWVA
and State Department guard Kay is on the national
ory board While there, Vi will also visit her parents, Mr.
rs. Zachary Saltzman, of Brooklyn ...
i. Edith Kapell, of Pass-a-Grille Beach, Fla., is visiting her
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and director here of the
la Outdoor Forum Son William Kapell is the late inter-
illy renowned concert pianist, whose musical interpretations
Drds are still among the definitive piano performances .
illiant young piano virtuoso met a sudden and tragic death
ears ago in a plane crash near San Francisco, while returning
a rave concert tour in Australia Only five minutes from
("rancisco, the plane crashed against the side of a mountain .
is the only American on the plane.
> .
lax Orovitz. president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, takes the well-
path between New York and Moscow this week He's
ted back at the end of the month Also due for a month's
ion is Mt. Sinai executive director Samuel Gertner Muriel
Pick lending her fabulous hat collection to the leading lady
slid Gold Cadillac" opening Tuesday at Studio M .
In. Charles Greefield and daughters, Mrs. Albert Seiden and
Shirley Greenfield, all of Miami Beach, sailed July 29 from
York on the Excaliber for a 41-day cruise to Spain, Italy,
ce. Lebanon and Egypt Mrs. Irving Greenfield hosted a
yage luncheon for the trio at her Lakeview dr. home Sat-
with table decorations featuring flags of the different
tries they'll be visiting .
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., are Mr.
[Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kotkin, Mr. and
Sanford Kramer, Dr. and Mrs. Saul Goldman and family, Mr.
[Mrs. Max Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. S. Richard Rubin and Mr.
j Mrs. J. J. Segal.
and Mrs. Louis (Bertha) Bernstein, of Hialeah, have as
jests their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Weiss,
inddaughter, Andrea (Andi) Pearl Bertha is program
in of Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood .
J. C. stands for cousinly concern Irma Herman has as her
eguest her cousin, Mrs. Jules (Ruth) Reinis and son, John,
that other state (California) Irma says it would be nice
tport they hadn't seen each other in 25 years Truth is that
entertained Irma three yean ago in her Pacific Coast

[The Fan* contingent, Myra and Aaron, Manning and Ruth,
-tag all over the Biltmore Terrace when they stopped in to
lie Cuban Revue the other night ... It wasn't a celebration ..
1 keeping Manny and Ruth from being homesick for Havana .
[The former Judith Susan SoUoway and her husband Elliot
Kleiman are still talking about friends who hosted lhem at
nuptial receptions Mn. Jay J. Lynn did honors at a coffee
m* home, 250 South Shore dr. Also Mrs. Daniel Sepler at
Lakeview dr. home Not to mention a handkerchief shower
liss Lynn Schwartz at her place in Bay Harbor The couple,
living in Camden, N.J., when Elliot's an electronics engineer
RCA, an grateful for the receptions which wen all whirl-
affairs in light of the fact that their originally-scheduled
6 wedding was suddenly moved ahead to July 3.
[On the JWV Convention Front: Mr. and Mn. Hy Morris off
tttham Town Hy's past Florida State Commander ... As
president of theJUnited Nations Assn. of Greater Miami, he 11
[be in conference with UN executives ngarding the 11th anni-
Cenrinuod on Paps 7 8
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IJUorU
' Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, August 7. 1959
Section 3
Cedars Women Plan Groundbreaking
Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital will meet at the
Coral Gables home of Mr. and Mrs.
David Rifas Tuesday.
The group will organize planning
committees for the hospital's
groundbreaking due sometime in
October, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
Auxiliary president, revealed this
week.
Also to be planned is a giant
inaugural, ball and dinner dance
Nov. 14 at the Everglades hotel,
marking the launching of construc-
tion of Cedars of Lebanon, a vol-
untary, non-profit, non-sectarian
community hospital.
Named chairman of the ground-
breaking committee is ,Mrs. Hy-
man Kaplan. Mrs. Jacob Colsky
and Mrs. Herschel Leschel are co-
ordinating plans for the inaugural
ball.
Mrs. Alfred Reich, recently
elected president-elect of
B'nai B'rith Women, District
5. has been invited to repre-
sent the organization at a
meeting of the President's
committee for traffic safety
and to participate in a na-
tional conference on "Law
and the Layman" at Miami
Beach Aug. 24 and 25.
Miami Hebrew
School to Register
Registration for Miami Hebrew
Congregation religious school will
begin Sunday morning at 9 a.m.
Weekday hours will be 9 a.m. until
5 p.m., with the Friday and Sunday
schedule 9 a.m. until noon. Regis-
tration will be conducted in the
congregation's upstairs office at
1101 SW 12th ave.
School will commence Sept ,
with all classes conducted in the
air-conditioned facilities of Miami
Hebrew Congregation. Classes be-
gin at 3:30 p.m., with each grade
meeting on a three-day week basis,
and win be held for beginners, in-
termediates and advanced students,
as well as post Bar Mitzvah.
The school is staffed with certi-
fied teacben, licensed by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. Rabbi
Herschell Saville, spiritual leader
of the congregation, will serve aa
education director.
Sunday school will commence
Sept. 13, with classes from kinder-
garten through confirmation. All
Sunday sessions start at 9 a.m.
The three-story, completely air-
conditioned hospital will be situ-
ated on a six-acre site provided by
the county commission west of NW
12th ave. on 14th st.
The first floor will contain fa-
cilities such as the emergency
room, physical therapy, dietary
department, laboratories, X Ray
and surgical facilities. In addition,
administration offices, central sup-
ply, maintenance and supply sec-
tion, and medical records depait-
ment will be located on the ground
floor. The second and third floors,
totaling a primary capacity of 108
beds and 30 bassinets, will be used
for patienl treatment areas.
Cost of the proposed three-story
building is estimated to be $1,885.-
000, which is being raised by the
sale of interest-bearing bonds and
Women Delegates
Leave for Confab
NEW YORKChsya Surchin,
president of Pioneer Women, the
Labor Zionist Organization of
America, departed early this week
for Stockholm tp attend the fourth
plenary assembly of the World
JeVvish Congress".
Mrs. Surchin was joined in Stock-
holm by Mrs. Israel Goldstein and
Mrs. Meyer Brown, national
board members, who comprise the
Pioneer Women delegation to the
Congress.
Pioneer Women, the Women's
Labor Zionist Organization of
America, through its sister organ-
ization in Israel, the Working
Women's Council, has established
and maintains a network of social
service installations including chil-
dren's homes, day nurseries, re-
habilitation centers for immigrant
women and gjrls, vocational and
trade schools, agricultural youth
villages, training schools, special
clubs for Arab women, and more
than 200 training centers in fron-
tier villages.
N. Shore Ladies
Slate Barbecue
Sisterhood of North Shore Jewish
Center will sponsor a Saturday
night social in the form of a bar-
beque-swim party at 8 p.m., at the
Johnina hotel.
There will be swiming, dancing
and card games. An out-door ber-
beque will be served at 10 p.m.
Arrangements are being made
by president Mn. Al Mechlowitz.
ways and means vice president
Mn. Frank Nankin, Mn. Sam Bel-
sky, Miss Blanche Posmentier. and
Mrs. Jean Weisbord.
A regular monthly board meet-
ing will be held Sunday, 10 a.m.,
at the North Shore Jewish Center,
with Mrs. Mechlowitz presiding.
HUT*t Off OVUStAS
MfS. NATHANM UVIN
contributions from Dade county
residents.
Some $750,000 in bonds have al-
ready been purchased here, wiih
approximately $15,000 in interest
recently returned to bond holders,
most of which was promptly paid
back by holders into the Cedars of
Lebanon fund.
The original Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital plans provide for a six-
story building, and it is contem-
plated, at a future date, to erect
additional facilities to provide a
bed complement of 58 more beds
on each of the three new floors",
or a total of 174 additional beds.
The three-story structure should
be completed and ready for occu-
pancy the early part of 1980. and
the final construction phase will
be completed as the funds become
available.
Zionists Name
Committee Chiefs
Committee chairmen for the Mi-
ami-Gables Zionist District were
announced Wednesday by J. David
Liebman. president.
Named were Morris Simon,
membership retention; Irving Wolf,
new membership enrollment; Sid-
ney Sachs, American Zionist Fund;
Sam Levine, Israel projects; Moo
Meyer, program; Isadora Dickman,
education.
Mrs. Morris Simon, publication
and publicity; Mrs. Murray Levine,
youth activities; Mn. Mack Stein,
Jewish National Fund; Morris Rud-
nick, Israel Bonds; Murray Levine,
United Jewish Appeal; Harvey
Sootin. World Zionist A/fairs; Mrs.
I. B. Sachs, telephone; Mn. David
Nerov, sunshine; and Mn. Harvey
Sootin, hospitality.
Liebman also appointed the fol-
lowing delegates to the 62nd an-
nual ZOA convention Sept. 10 to
13 in New York City: Mr. and Mn.
Louis Rudnick, Mr .and Mrs. Mor-
ris Simon, Mr. and Mn. Sidney
Sachs; Mr. and Mn. I. B. Sachs,
Mr. and Mn. Seymour B. Lieb-
man, Mr. and Mrs. J. David Lieb-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levine.
Girls to Work On Kibbutz
I Ti
Two Miami girls are going to
"rough" it in Israel for the next
six months.
They are Miss Sherri Takce,
daughter of Mr. and Mn. George
Takce, 2383 Alton rd., and Miss
Maxine Brandeis. daughter of Mr.
and Mn. Leo Brandeis, 1605
Pennsylvania ave.
Sherri is a June graduate of the
University of Miami, with a Bach-
elor's degree in television. While
at the U of M, she put in valuable
time as an assistant program di-
rector at WCKT-TV her*.
Maxine holds a Bachelor's de-
gree in education from the Uni-
versity of Florida.
The girls will live and work at
Beit Hashita Kibbutz in Israel.
After their six-month stint, they
plan to spend a half year in Eu-
rope before returning home. They
leave from New York Aug. 23.


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Three generations of Burmese Jews David
Sassoon and family pause in Boston on the
first leg of their journey toward resettlement in
Seattle. Wash., through the sponsorship of
United Hias Service, worldwide migration
agancy. Arriving six days late from Calcutta,
India, because of a monsoon on the Arabian
Sea, the newcomers were assisted on their
westward way by representatives of the
agency (standing left) and Boston Section of
the National Council of Jewish Women (stand-
ing right). The Sassoon family fled Burma at
the time of the Japanese occupation during
World War II and were living as stateless
persons in India. The Jewish Family and Child
Service of Seattle is helping the Sassoons re-
settle there.
Most of Poland's Jews Pray for Out
By DAVID MILLER
JTA
Warsaw
The road leading from the
railroad junction of Auschwitz in
southern Poland is marked by
an occasional arrow reading "Mu-
seum."
On in" asphalt road dozens of
cars and buses pass each week.
> c the townspeople stare at the
stream .i~ if the vls>
itors were intruders from anoth-
i r world
The 12.000 villagers of A
rhwiti kno of two reasons to
come to their damp, inar-hy
home. One is to gel to Cracow,
the medieval Polish fortress 30
miles :.\vay and untouched by the
war. The other i> the more likely
to see at first hand the furn-
aces of Auschwitz Concentration
Camp.
Poles, Germans, Americans,
Japanesea vast galaxy of hu-
manity continue to stream to
the bare remains of the notori-
ous camp at the rate of 800 a
week. There isn't much left, just
enough to stir the imagination.
Outside the wooden gate, on
the dirt parking lot adjoining a
Polish military barracks, a bus
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load of Polish farm workers
(bed and talked over I
of hoi .soup and sausagi
On conducted tours, groups "f
20 to 30 walked through th.
mainm.u brick barrack.-, sau the
gas chamber-, the ovens (recon-'
structed after the originals were
torn down by the Soviet Army in
January. 19451. the preserved
human hair, the crutches, the
suitcases, the solitary cells, the
firing squad, the railroad vouch
ers. the lf?ts of victims, the gas
pellet cartridges.
In a small reception hut. visit-
ors are asked to write their re-
action in a thick volume filled
with messages in many lan-
guages.
Just opposite the hut stands
the gallows where Rudolf Hess,
the Nazi commandant of Aus-
chwitz, was hanged after sen-,
tencing by a Polish court.
It was 19 years ago last month
(June 4, 1!M0) that the first ship-
ment of 700 unknowing victims
arrived in Auschwitz from Cra-
cow.
Some 4.000.000. including 2.000.-
ooo Jews, were to perish at this.
of all Nazi camps
Poles n
ber? Do they remember the Jl
hu Do they -hare a
no," an i
ly Polish Jew in ''
The ,u has no i k land
and the Poles don't want us."
Hi- opinion is voiced by many,
for the life of the Jew in Poland
Today is, at best, an uncertain
NtlStl
The loa-n i.overnmertt^ has
from time to time eased emigra-
tion restrictions to Israel. Two
red immigrants, most of
them from Poland, arrived in
Haifa the middle of June, the
-hipment in several
ueck-
But all Polish Jews who wait
for the day of possible movement
fear the reversal of policy and
the weight of government offices
slowing them down.
Most dread th* possibility of
being designated important
enough to be detained in Poland.
Those who once worked for the
government wait OV*n
than the rest for specially
clearances. Th* middle-aged <(
rector of a Jewish-sponsored
training school in Warsaw has
boon waiting two years far a
passport.
The workshops of the school,
alongside the only synagogue in
Warsaw, are crowded with men
and women learning weaving,
electrical repair work and small
machine operations. Some study
to keep busy and others to find
a better job Some said they were
learning i trade "to be able to
do something important in Is-
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Germans Go on Trial for Terrorism
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tFURT -(3TA) Trial of If ice of Prosecution announced this
.nns charted with terrorii-1 week.
Jewish family in Koeppern i The defendant* will be tried oa
is year wUI start on Octo- charges of libel, bodily injury
pfore an extended frank, property damage, misdemeanor
court, the Frankfurt Of-1 and coercion and disturbing the
pease. On* of the defendants may
also ho triad an a charge of public
condonation of Nazi crimes.
The indictment was based oa a
systematic boycott jf_ .terrorii a -
tion of Kurt Sumpf, an Israel clti-
sea, by youthful hooligans after he
opened a cafe last year in Koep-
pern, a small town in the Taunus
Mountains. Mr. Sumpf had charg-
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only railed to protect him from
I hit tormentors but bad stood by
[approvingly at, three of the defen-
dants assaulted him.
Recently he dosed bis cafe and
moved to Frankfurt He said he
bad done so because his eight-year*
old son had come home front
school one day and asked bit fa-
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The father said he feared hi* son
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+Jemist HrrHtor
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V
-j- I saaS IBS SRI saos
riirxi --------------------' al. b Mks tta: ccnaa
namliil steps are a order rf we are ewer ** *
don ssi oar ihai I dnsnx rue. Her* are sew
that stay help worse the process
The bbubwb aft* far as imafr afasahl he a:
Jeas: 21 far boys aw! IS far prk H the taw e-
iieves a boy jader 21 is ta> uamanare anc tan efaW
ish lo he eauaaerl weh either toobc. or wcx the
I-- of a abas of wfaskey or a hccie of heer
eves ihirafh he has fas aaren: s aaawal the* sare-
a: ieas 21 before he i* aliened to ssarry
2. EstaWio*. a
UHess some aueapt ct
fenrcy ir oar iranage iaws
by the s-.a-.es. any aaeapt to run
nape nilafai will pro** hanke AM
eonpat has u fa u evade the lav
fa a state wnh fass nc*d
fa
There are mo sound arguments igiamr a
marriage law far faafi1 ii except that e wiE
aerests as "mamage St"
Samiy if Congress car pass
bankruptcy acts sad sadfara aaotiiliii, a-
strnaent law n can pass a stance tha: will place
reamages oc a Bare efasafaBl oasat

to* acton* sad .ofwn '* ** **?
skfl b > trade or craft over
of Tt aad discipline to
while to obtain a license
eaares a loo* period
Thy. them, secant we think
of aaamage wsthoat a real
wtueh Bake far marital
Mamage adeec. the only art I know of that
araetarod wshaK aay preparauoB at all where
-ne tat or nus fastest a act oaly condoned by so-
net; fat receives iu taest approval as well. It is
ery sack late prac a sargeor f knde to the first
Baa we Beet **4 anting hua ts remove an infec-
ted nnl hkadder (fanossfa. parents are ibe best
sosrees far thesr veaasier*' preparauoc for mar-
irn, 'too*
aaagethe? too many parents either
eaaaot or wiE sot prvnde needed instruction and in
fad otVt need theasefaes to he reeducated Thai's
why fags schoafa aad toltgei most take over Any
course a the pupa rattan far marriage should in-
cade as a imbiisi what to look for in a mate,
wsat owe has a right to expect of mamage. the
psyrhofagy of met aad wonnn. m-laws. the analyse
of roaaaatae JBanaa. the haaeymoon. sex in mar-
aad origin and nature of jealousy
ifmi period fafaaa the
porria* and ttw actual ceremony
ration to am ran i the nr
of the ippla nr *"fca- B true of the
iaaill.r trae of a aaaher of tradfi Barbers, paan-
bers aad heiiiisji i erne oaly a few rnaapirT
by a coapetese hoard with a right of appeal to the
courts a case the anpiicatmr. a njez
The Fjonda law of waiting period
- throughout the
is whoBr aadequa'.e U research in mar
waled izy.t^.1 -.: tu revealed that the
period of courtship and engagement
fan i|in in chances of marital happi-
. > -ir* aan ipei d praaa aai da>
tae boy and girl have had no real op
la explore each other's persona.
aad>e month waiting or mount,
o**" Perad would cLscourage mi tpoafaae
aamaces whxh ought neer to lake place in thf
Mrs. Max M. Rowenberg. ot
Women's American URT.
has been designated chair-
man ot the 15th biennial na-
tional convention ol the or-
ganization in the Mayflower
hotel in Washington. DC.
Sept. 21 through 24. The con-
vention will deal with wom-
en's responsibilities in snip-
pod of the expanding global
ORT program of technical
training and education kx
uprooted and underprivi-
leged lews of the world.
Some 1.000 delegates will at-
tend._____________________.
Holsum Offers
Two New Breads
Fuchs Baking Company, of So. ;
Miami, bakers of Holsum bread
and table treats, introduced twoi
new bread varieties this week.
The specialty breaus. Real Jew-j
ish Rye and Real Pumpernickel ,
are made from authentic old-world
recipes and feature the large-sued
slices and zesty flavor that have
made these breads popular. Both
carry the Holsum label.
Considerable work was done by
the Holsum research staff in
adapting the recipes to modern
bakery operation without sacri-
the texture, flavor and ap-
pearance of hand-baked bread.
Holsum Real Jewish Rye and
Real Pumpernickel are now avail-
able in groceries and super mar-
it the area S T.
Bliaded veteran. ^ ^
oftbe country ,nvH *l
weak to atlenti the tajT
convention ( rh j^
erans Assn.. which gaZ?
"** 'he &rjLV
Tweaaay night. BV'A
their wives, and guests v.
uu five day, of aaJ?
t saehsdfa, haatoS 1
, paael dascawiuns -nT
Role of the BVA" and
in Review- as well ,< _,
climaxed b> the closfaT^
d dance Saturday ^
HWrY UK
AFFAI
Cbriasaby V.
BO art Mtir.fa. Um
aelaiai. ta mo Mn ( ry
Saaoa*. kin a ftM aat kt
a affair to -----j ^
Miaad Boack'i nui diniiw uZ\
of kaaiiii i KEW rACOJTli
for ofaewroaa fsBruw...(nat
Pulria Port/ to Graai ad
for faults or ao...waWM
trooto. PMito UlnM. h
too^r. Uawar Eatotao Coa, ti
was eoom.atono Uiai,Tno
his. Carefaal kooa. T*oi td.
-Hrr or
Ss-e- E-tcowi
i--: -----; -. : .
physaeal a* mental defecs If aatfai
serve notice that eather a bath pa
defects which use* woald teal to
he.- of undesirable mamages whaet
he cawsnaaated a the first place.
A Es*ae*h
- :
- r
ire bat a few suggesuocs toward.*
aamage oc a beafehier. sounder ba-
that some of ay readers nave other, more
practical ones. If so. I should hie *er* much to
hearfrea them Meanwhile 1 urge responsible
citaea* of both s* w thought on bow
to laarore mamage >o tha: taere wj: be less and
fcas aeed far sack exr. rce
Busine
Specia
Have that
>s Meeting,

Yowl fad complete
facilities *o eoctly satisfy
your needs in She K s-iet.
Atoddwt, Schohero::i4 ond
Ruboryot kkoosM, be it for o
wedding or o privs'e porty!|


r, Augut 7. 1959
+Jewlsli fkrfrfitn
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ler Will Conduct Symphony
inal UM Pop Concert Sunday
iur Fiedler, celebrating his
E -ary with the Boston
[will lead the University of
Summer Symphony in the
and Inal Pop concert of the
[., Sunday evening at lh<>
kditioned Miami Beach Aud-
iist will be Ozan Marsh,
American pianist who tour-
|th Fiedler and the Boston
itra this season.
Her will lead the Summer
ry in the Tannhauser
ure of Wagner, Tchaikow-
Final* to Symphony.No. 4.
the Overture to the Merry
of Windsor by Nicolai.
|ddition, the orchestra will
Yard in Elgar's "Pomp and
(istance," Hay man's ar-
lent of "Kid Stuff.'' remin-
ds of Richard Rodgers and
in Alley, and selections from
, Jar motion pictures,
anc the Colonel Bogey
from "Bridge on the River
sh will play Liszt's "Hungar-
pantasy for Piano and Orch-
Jler, making his fifth appear-
Here with the University Sym-
is a native of Boston. At
pe was, accepted as a violinist
the Boston Symphony under
.Muck and later played under
tud, Monteux and Koussevit-
1930 Fiedler succeeded Al-
[Casella as conductor of the
Pops and presented popu-
|ts in full symphonic arrange-
Each season since 1953 he
onducted a special Pops Tour
bstra covering many cities in
Inited States.
addition, he has appeared with the i
Vienna and Warsaw Philharmonics i
in Europe and the New York Phil
harmonic and San Francisco Sym
phony in this country.
With the presentation of this
final Pop concert, more than 30.000
people will have attended the cur-
rent summer series in Greater Mi-
ami. In addition to Arthur Fied-
ler, guest conductors who appeared
with the University Symphony
were Howard Barlow. Leroy An-
derson. D'Artega. Skitch Hender-
son, Hugo Fiorato. Leo Reisman.
Franz Alters and Emerson Buck-
ley.
OZAN MAVSN
Marsh is a Califernian des-
cended from William the Con-
queror and the old Anglo-Nor-
man family of Otanno. He dem-
onstrated an early talent for
music and at 15 received a full
scholarship for study in Europe.
Marsh also graduated magna
cum laude from the Fonteine-
bleau School of Music in Paris.
Marsh has toured extensively in
Belgium, France, Poland, Austria
and Germany as guest soloist. In
MIAMI
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Grave Playhouse
Features Comedy
The famous New York musical
comedy success, "Bells are Ring-
ing," the song-and-dance tale of
an answering service operator's
involvement in the lives of her
clients, which ran for nearly a
thousand performances in New
York, is now showing at the Coco-
nut Grove Playhouse, and will run
there through Aug. 13, with Mon-
day night off.
Kyle MacDonald is the love-
crossed operator, and Alan Gilbert
plays Jeff, the romantic role of
the regenerated alcoholic. Others
in the large cast are Julia Grace
as Sue. the owner of the answering
service, comedian Sammy Shore
(Sandor), her suitor who uses the
answering service as a cover for
a bookmaking syndicate. Burton
Parker (Barnes) and Gordon Black-
man (Francis), as detectives sha-
dowing the suspicious actions of
the too-helpful hello-girl, Leonard
Young, Cliff Ferre, Boris Pritcher
and many others.
Owen Phillips is the general
stage director of the production,
written by Betty Cemden and
Adolph Green with music by Jule
Bette Davis makes a special appearance as Catherine the
Great in "John Paul lones" with Robert Stack, who portrays
the American Naval hero, in the film story of the founder of
the United States Navy, which opens Wednesday at the
Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres.
JWB Calendar Published
NEW YORKThe official Jew-
ish Calendar for Members of the
Armed Forces, published annually
since World War I by the National
Jewish Welfare Board, has just
come off the press. The 190-page,
pocket-size calendar for the Jew-
ish New Year, 5720, is a handy
guide to all spiritual, recreational
and cultural resources and facili-
ties JWB makes available to the
young soldier during his term of
service. The calendars, some three
million copies of which have been
issued to date, will be distributed
by Jewish chaplains at Jewish
New Year services this year, to
be held in the U.S. and in 72 over-
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Styne. Peter Coniow, of New
York, is choreographing dances,
and Los Rondo Is the musical
director.
Styne's melodies, fitted to witty
lyrics by Comden and Green, in-
clude "The Party's Over," "Just
in Time," "Long Before I Knew
You," and "I Met a Girl." Others
are "Is it a Crime?" "Hello. Hello
There" and "It's a Perfect Rela-
tionship."
Miss MacDonnell. one of TV's
original bright lights, along with
Milton Berle. has enjoyed every
phase of show business. She star-
red in the motion picture, "Louisi-
ana Purchase," had three TV
shows of her own, starred in two
Broadway shows. "Make Mine
Manhattan" and "Touch and Go," ,
and has done the complete night-
club and summer stock circuit.
Alan Gilbert has appeared on
Broadway in "South Pacific."
"Most Happy Fella." and "A Tree
Grows in Brooklyn." Comedian I
Sammy Shore has appeared in I
many nightspots in Miami Beach,!
Chicago, St. Louis, and New York, j
Following -Bells are Ringing"
will be "Pal Joey." by Rodgers
and Hart, one of the few musical
comedies in American theatrical
history with songs that have re-
mained popular for over 20 years,
which will open Aug. 14 and run
through, the 27th. Stars will be
Carol Bruce, Erin O'Brien and
Richard Tone.
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Sn tL 9&/m of Society
Miss Friedman
In Silk Organza
Misi Naomi Friedman and Allan
Gri>s were married July 19 at the
Twin Cantors in Brooklyn. NY.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Friedman, 350 75'h
St.. Miami Beach. The groom is
the son of Mr .and Mrs. Herman
Grc-s, of Brooklyn.
Tr.e bride chose a gown of em-
broidered silk organza with Vene
tiar lace along the scoop neckline.
The gown was edged in satin at
the neckline and waist. The prin-
cess front yielded to fullness at
the hips and back, which dipped
to chape' train.
Bar crown of fingertip veil was
of rearls and crystals. She carried
a bouquet of white orchids and
stcrhano'is mounted on a white
B:i!e with blue and white stream-
ers.
Maid of honor was Miss Eleanor
Ru-JJ. The Misses Frimith Born-
stein, Elaine Handelman and Joan
K at. all of Paternson, N.J., were
bricesmaids.
Martin Gross was best man for
1 brother. Ushers included Her-
bert Jabloner. Seymour Shankman.
Sttrley Kogan. Abe Walowitz ami
coi-ins Robert Gross and Stephen
Kcnireich
Newlywed Mrs. Gross attended
the University of Florida and Uni-
vi.^ity of Miami, and will com-;
pic'.e her education at Brooklyn
t- ?ge.
r tr husband was honorably dis-
ch. -ged from the U.S. Army in
1958 and served two years at Ft.'
B >. Tex, in a guided missile
dr.Mopment program.
Following a two-week honey
moon at Lake George. N.Y., the
< >le in at home at 2348 Brig-
I st, Brooklyn.
>lifriedt Rap
Plan for Dec. 27
Mi- Kay Irl Gottfried and Leo
Raphael plan to be married Dec.
27
Their engagement* tr aTmouncfcd"
bv Miss Gottfried* parents. Mr.
and Mrs Arnold Gottfried, of 4311
Alton rd. Miami Beach. Mr. Ra-
phael is the son of Mr. and Mra.
V.ctor M Raphael. 200 Ocean dr.
A student at Miami Beach High
School, Miss Gottfried playi with
the school band and is a member
of the American Legion Auxiliary.
She is a volunteer hostess at the
Miami Beach Servicemen's Center
where she met her fiance.
Mr Raphael was recently dis-
charged from the U. S. Army. He
is adjutant of the Jewish War
Veterans. Post 330
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MIS. GUAID SCfMfllft
MIS. MIAN CIOSS
Goodman Hadassah Meeting
Mrs. Ben Snyder announced this
week next regular meeting of the
I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah
at the Barcelona hotel on Wednes-
day at 8 p.m. An original presen-
tation by Miss Lillian Goodman,
program chairman. "Meeting Our
Activity Chairmen." will highlight
the program. Miss Marguerite
Marx will report on current Amer-
ican and Zionist affairs.
Miss Black Now Mrs. Schreiber
Hirsch, Bressler
To Wed Sept. 5
Mr. and Mrs Louis Hirsch. of
Chicago. III., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Ellin Beth,
to Robert Marvin Bressler.
He is the son of Mr and Mr>
Ben Kirschnei. 2141 SW 14th ter..
Miami.
A Sept. 5 wedding is planned at
Temple Mizpah in Chicago, and
the couple will reside in that city
after a Miami Beach honeymoon.
LjJda Joy Black became Mrs.
C aid Lewis Schreiber in double
re" ceremonies Saturday night,
Aug. 1, at the Biscayne Terrace
( 1.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Victor Black. 5191 NW 5th
at and the late Victor Black. Par-
e: o: the groom are the Manny
Schreiber.., 1331 SW 32nd ave.
~abbi Morris Skop, of Temple
Ji *. Coral Gables, officiated.
: atro:i of honor for her sister
v. Mrs Joel Kleinman. Best
man for his brother-in-law was
Joel Kleinman. Ushers included
Steve Saunders. Van Mark Siiicus,
and Chester Sirkus.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School, and be-
longed to Beta chapter of Alpha Pi
Phi. Her husband graduated from
Jamaica High School, and is at-
tending the University of Miami.
He is a veteran of the Korean War.
Reception and dinner followed
at the Starlite Roof of the Biscayne
Terrace. The couple are honey-
mooning in California.
Spccijlicing
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Cocl^tiil Co-miu
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Naness, Wollin
Exchange Vows
Mr. and Mrs All>ert Naness, j
1030 Collins ave.. have returned
from Los Angeles. Calif, where
they attended the wedding of their
son. Dr. Charles Naness. to Miss
I.ilhe Wollin July 12 in Beverly
Hills.
The bride's attendants were her
sister. Mrs Harry William Green
and the bridegroom litters, Dor-
othy and Jayte Nane>s. Dr Sid-
' ney Naness served his brother as
best man.
The former Miss Wollin is a
graduate of U.C.L A. A concert
Pianist, she was the winner of a
Fulbnght scholarship to Europe
where she studied and performed.
Dr. Naness is a graduate of the
University of Florida and the Uni-
versity of Miami school of med-
icine. He was president of the Phi'
Sl"rHPS10n medieal fternity.!
Beta Chi chapter. At present he
is a resident physician at the Losi
Angeles County General Hospital i
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Dec 24 will be the wedding date
ol Miss Alice Susan Gerstein and
P. E. (Heff) Heffernan. of Dent-
son. Iowa.
Miss Gerstein is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gerstein,
4530 NW 171st st. Mr. Heffernan.
who is now stationed at Key West
with the Navy, is the son of Mrs.
John Heffernan. of Denison.
The bride-elect attended Miami
Senior High School and graduated
from Hialeah High School
Her fiance attended schools in
Iowa.
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Lynn Blatamtem
Miss Roberta Lynn will marry I
Jcrrold Blascnstem on Dec. 5. Her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. William V.
Lynn. 360 NE 172nd st. North Mi-'
ami Beach, announce the engage*
ment Miss Lynn attended New,
York schools
Mr Blasrnstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs Sol Blascnstem. 20340 NE
15th ave.. graduated from North
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Florida.

Starkttain tesamweaa
Miss Nancy Carol Starkstein will
become the bride of Jerry Lewis j
Rosenzweig on Sept. 12 in Temple
Beth Sholom.
The engagement is announced
by Mrs. Ray Starkstein. 6863 Ab-
bott ave.. Miami Beach, and W1I-
liam Starkstein. of Detroit. Mich.,
parent] of the bride-to-be.
Mr. Rosenzweig is the son of
Mrs. Allen Grawoig. Chicago. HI.,
and the late Joseph Rosenzweig. i
Miss Starkstein received herl
Bachelor ol Arts degree from the
University of Miami Mr Rosen-:
zcig also attended the UM. where
he was a member of Phi Epsilon '
Pi fraternit)
Liebman I adit
Mr and Mrs Victor Liebman.
1565 Jefferson ave Miami Beach.'
aWSS UflMAM MfSS
announce the engagement of I
daughter. Melva Joyce to
Jeffrey Ladis "
He is the son of Mr m ,
ami Beach. T
Be*h Miss Liebman aid
Ladis are Miami Beach
School graduates She ,o,
local modeling school sad _
studying at the Utorerah
Miami.

aVarnia.Sh.chn>,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E__
411 ter.. Miami Beats, i
nounce the engagement *
daughter. Miss Reguu ("Cm
Bernie. and Benjamin Lea
Shechter. The wedding win
place Sept. 3
A graduate of Miami
High School, the brideto*
tended the University of Fta
where she belonged to Alpha
siron Phi sorority.
Her fiance attends the Ui.
sity of Miami. He is the mi
Mrs. Philip J. Shechter. 958 J
ferson ave,, Miami Beach, sail
late Mr. Shechter.
CinHnwaa
Miss Tamara Frances
230 Meodoza ave.. Coral
and Reuben ("Robby")
5430 NW 7th ct.. plan to
ried next winter.
Their engagement is
by the bride-elect's parents,
and Mrs. Albert J Shermu i
Washington. D. C. Mr. Cuberml
is the son of the late Mr and *l|
Leon Guberman.
A graduate of the Uoiveranaj
Miami, Miss Sherman is a
mercial artist.
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tal Drive
Kanner, honorary presi-
|f the Greater Miami Jewish
ition, has accepted the
lanship of an intensive fund-
drive to be staged in the
>liian Miami area on be-
Mt. Sinai Hospital of
tr Miami.
nor, in accepting the chair-
p, pointed out Sunday that
lmcnse work done by the
1 since its inception in
Dints to its significance for
er-increasing needs of our
community."
lid that "more than 100,000
have been at Mt. Sinai in
10 years. With our build-
ig into operation this year
percent increase in pa-
eds, plus the opening of en-
dical and teaching facil-
ie are confident that our
ution in solving the area's
I problem will be taken into
pration at the time we ap-
Mlami for its contribution
most worthy cause."
per announced that a down-
iami office would be open-
tly.
the opening of the tttb st.
only months away, Mt.
lospital will practically be
in the heart of our town,
iccessible in minutes," Kan-
icluded.
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Gold Cadillac' Tuesday
Foreman this week an-
that a "hell's-a-poppin"
tnt of George S. Kaufman's
Gold Cadillac" opens at
[M Playhouse, 206 Bird rd.,
featuring in the cast well-
local radio and television
llities.
School Reservations
vations are now being
children to attend Tem-
eth Jacob's new nursery
beduled to open, in the
tree to five-year-old chil-
eligible. Transportation
[available for the five-morn
ek classes to be held at
iple, 951 Flamingo Way,
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versary of the world peace organization Oct. 24 From there
Mr. and Mrs. Morris are off to Cleveland to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Henry (Rosalyn) Frank, their son-in-law and daughter Rosa-
lyn's a UM grad, past president of B'nai B'rtth Young Women,
District 5, and mother of a recently-born 6 lb. 5 oz. girl .
Also: Howard Ralby, commander of Abe Horowitz Post 882,
Jewish War Veterans, left Monday for tfi? convention at the Hotel
Sutler From there, he flies to Boston to Join his wife for
a vacation in their former home town.
>>
Mr. and Mrs. Lou (Josie) Adler, 123 NE 30th St., and chil-
dren, Barbara and Arnold, sailing on the SS Florida for a cruise
to Nassau, Bahamas "Josie" is organist at Temple Israel
... Lou is orchestra leader at the Golden Gate hotel, and in
charge of music arrangements for Americana hotel conventions
. Barbara is a freshman at the University of Miami, with
son Arnold a student at Miami Edison High .
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Sarah) Shapiro, 1900 NW 184th st-
and children, Jacqueline, Marlene and Sanford, back from their
vacation at Sanibel Island With them were the James Stone
family Sarah is corresponding secretary of the B'nai Sholom
Sisterhood in Opa-locka, as well as publicity chairman of the
Temple ...
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kranz, 195 NE 130th st.. No. Miami.
and daughter, Gail, spent three weeks in Mexico, visiting Mexico
City. Monterrey and Acapulco Their sens, Stanley and Larry,
are at Camp Ocala in Usnatilla. Fla. .
, | Their friends are congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rosner
i on the birth of their daughter, Ann Deborah, July 20 at St. Francis
Hospital Proud father is the brother of David Rosner, of the
oceanfront Sterling hotel.
. Jtr outUMUt
Youth Board
To Meet Here
Initial meeting for the 1959-80
board of directors of the Greater
Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization will be held at the Alcazar
hotel Sept. 14, it was announced
Wednesday by Jack Fink, pres-
ident.
Installation of officers will take
place at that time, and ceremonies
will be conducted by Mrs. Norman
Reinhard, chairman. The agenda
will also include summary reports
of BBYO youth activities during
the summer, as well aa District 5
BBYO national convention deliber-
ations.
Resorts will he given by Miss
T b y Orsssmaw, new lecled
vice president of District 5 sVnai
B'rith Girls, and Alan Bartel.
regional president of Aleph Z-
dik Aleph, fooler orders of B'nai
B'rith.
Report of local activities will be
presented by Ronnie Shapo, Great-
er Miami BBYO Council president.
Board of directors of BBYO in
Greater Miami consists of repre-
sentatives of all B'nai B'rith lodges
and women's chapters in the area,
which sponsor the activities of the
youth organization comprising 27
teen-age clubs with a membership
of over 750 Jewish youth. "
Temple Cook-Out Slated
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood will sponsor a Hawaii and
Alaska swim and cook-out at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Zwirn on Aug. 22 Entertainment
will be furnished by Carl Fogel's
Fountain of Youth Dance Studio.
Mrs. Louis Wine is ticket chair-
man.
Swmmer Luncheon Party
Alphi Epsilou Phi Alumnae
Assn. will bold a summer luncheon
and card party Saturday noon at
the El Centre Club of the McAllis-
ter hotel. Reservations chairman
is Mrs. Howard Katzen.
io Honor New Members
Esther group of Hadassah will
honor new members at a desert
coffee and fashion show Monday,
1:30 p.m., in the Tearoom of Bur
dine's, Miami Beach. Reservations
chairman is Mrs. Richard Lencer,
350 N. Shore dr.
Photo Exhibition
Opening Sunday
At Bch. Art Center
Annual photographic exhibit of
the Miami Beach Art Center opens
Sunday at the Center, 2100 Collins
ave.. and will run through Aug. 28.
The exhibit features- some 75
photographs in a showing entitled
"Faces in American Art." Photog-
raphers represented are Edward
Steicben. Alfred Stieglitz, Sidney
Waintrob, George Moffet, George
Platt Lynnes and Arnold Newman.
Stoicnon is director or ptiefe-
graphic art at the FAueowm of
Modern Art in Now York City.
His world-renowned "Family of
Man" exhibit is currently shew-
ins at the U.S. Exhibition in Mos-
cow. Stieyliti, pioneer lemma*
who died a number of years see,
also achieved fame as a patron
of modern art, introducing tha
works of many modern French
impressionists to American audt-
Florida Bar Picks
Berliner for Third
Time Chairman
Miami attorney M. Jay Berliner
has been named to a third con-
secutive term as chairman of the
committee on family law of the
Florida Bar. He has been a mem-
ber of the committee since its in-
ception in 1955.
The 1959 Florida Legislature in-
corporated habitual addiction to
drugs as additional grounds for
divorce on recommendation of Ber-
liner and the committee.
Berliner will participate in a
panel discussion Awg. 25 at the
Sea View hotel. The program
will he part of the annual con-
vention of the American Bar
Assn., end will highlight the sec-
Hen on family law.
Berliner's subject will be "Valid-
ity of Foreign Divorce Decrees."
Currently, he is serving as chair-
man of the Florida membership;
committee for the American Bar
Assn.'s family law section.
Berliner recently contributed an
article. "Plan for a Family Court,
which appeared in the April issue
of the Florida Bar Journal. He has
practiced law here for the past ten
years, and lives with his wife,
Marilyn, and their children, Fred-
ric and Ronald, at 915 SW 7th St..
Miami. ,
Designer in TV Interview
4
Newman, who held a one-man
shewing of photographs here sev-
eral years ago, is a former Miami
Beach resident.
The works of these photog-
raphers, as well as of Waintrob,
Moffet and Lynnes, will highlight
portraits of noted American artists,
including Sloan, Hopper, O'Keefe,
wife of Stieglitz, Hartley. Grosz,
Kunyoshi, Moses, Soyer, deCreeft,
and Levine, one of whose paintings.
Fred Albert, Studio M scenic de-
signer for "Solid Gold Cadillac,"
was to be interviewed about his
experiences at the World's Fair in
Belgium on "Dear Ruth" Thurs-
day, 10:30 a.m., over ch. 10.
"Welcome Home," currently show-
ing at the U.S. Exhibit in Moscow,
received a shower of criticism,
from President Eisenhower as
"more lampoon than art."
Also on show at the Aug. 10 to
28 exhibit in the Miami Beach Art
Center will be an exhibit of some
100 prize-winning photographs un-
der the auspices of Popular Pho-
tography Magazine.
FASHION SHOWING
Rabbi to be fled
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday
night at the Center. 6500 N. Miami
ave., in honor of Rabbi and Mrs.
Harry Lawrence and family. Rabbi
Lawrence is the Center's new
spiritual leader.
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rptember, with more interest-
ames to test >ou and stories
:er you amusement and in
ion.
anwhile. for those of you who
ad out last week'.- games.
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300 Welcome
Krausses Back
ra than 300 member, >( the
Shore iewu* Center attend
Welcome Home Ptji am
dance in honor of their president.
I
rope and Israel .n i three-montn
torn-, bringing back personal re-
ganb to Rabbi May< "
I the l ewer.
from bis parent.- who live >'
salem.
t;,, laded an origi-
nal skit. "The Facts Max. Ihj
Facts." written by Mrs Robert F.
with the [ollowul nu-m
ben participa:
i,, raid Lindenbaum. Mr- Jerry
Mr and Mr- Al Mechlo
will Mr- Jack Fitch, Mr and
Mrs Robert F. Bloch. Aha Fried-
man, Mr- Isidore WoDowick, and
Mr- (it-raid Lindenbaum
Highlighting the evening m U*
presentation of a scroll de-igned
by Irving Billig to Krauss. The
scroll was signed by all who it-
lended the function.
Max Krauss (left) accepts the Welcome Home Scroll inangfl
ed by members of the North Shore Jewish Center. Makinq the
presentation is A. Louis Mechlowitx. chairman of the board ai
the North Shore Jewish Center, at a party Sunday evening at
the Singapore hotel.
Turks Order Probe of Desecration
VNBL'L(JTA (-Turkish au-
thi-i ies ordered an investigation
that .veek into vandalism at the
it Where a number of tombstones
v. destroyed. The investigation
v. ordered after a Jewish com-
mi ~al delegalion reported the
rations to provincial authori-
ty.-.
authorities were also inve-"
Qg the publication of two
- of an anti-Semitic character
protests wry made by the
-h community.
On* book, "Turk*, Here it Your
Enemy," was written by Covat
Rifat Atilhan, a notorious anti-
Semite. The coyer illustration
portrays Turkish soldiers point-
ing their bayonets at a Mogen
Dovid. The other, "Ideas on the
Education of Turkish Boys," was
written by Suleyman Oi, an offi-
cial of the Istanbul Education
Department. It contains anti-
Semitic propaganda.
Critical comments against the
use of Ladino and French in re-
sort places by Turkish Jews ap
peared in the Turkish press this
week. The complaint is made al-
mo>t every year during the vaca-
tion season.
The articles, by columnists who
are not considered anti-Semitic,
complained that Jews continued to
refuse to speak Turkish. One Mw
paper asserted that Jews wen
heavily patronizing the best hotels
and clubs at summer resort places.
ties are sealed by a plastic cap with nipples in an upright
rrsition ready for instant use after removal of the cap. Pro-
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A Baby's Formula Service Gift
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Page S-B
randeis Univ.
imes Director
randeis University has annou-i-
the appointment of Milton I.
|er. of Cleveland. O., as region-
rUet itfc-Souh-S0nttrwes*~.
to at 350 Lincoln rd., Mian.i
rh.
rior to joining Brandeis, Heller
fed as associate director of dc-
ppmeitf for Roosevelt Univer-
in Chicago, and has held posts
the Hebrew Theological Col-
, State of Israel Bonds, West-
Reserve University and sev-
U.S. government agencies.
it a cum laud* graduate
Western Reserve University
a member of the Alpha of
lio chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
completed graduate study t
>w York's Now School for So-
il Research, and also attended
'rge Washington University,
College and the Cleveland
Itool of Art.
Marble Unloaded i Hebrew Teachers to Picnic
For Nebo Crypts
mmton Nfun
lis affiliations include the Zion-
IOrganization of America, B'nai
fth. Jewish War Veterans, the
Ireland Council on World Ai-
rs and the American College
lie Relations Assn.
his new post. Heller will di-
and coordinate activities
iighout ten states for the 11-
|r-old, first Jewish-sponsored,
i-sectarian university in the
(tern Hemisphere.
greater Miami Brandeis Club is
rled by Dr. Stanley Frehling,
sident, and Harold Turk, first
president. Mrs. Sidney M.
^wartz, of Miami Beach, heads
local chapter of the Brandeis
nen's Committee. Samuel N.
Hand, David Phillips, Frehling
Turk are Brandeis Fellows, an
inization of national leaders
Ing in the school's development.
terhood Card Party
fifereth Israel Sisterhood mem-
will hold a card party Wed-
lay, 8:30 p.m., at the Center,
N. Miami ave.
Service Launches
New Building
"Thou Shalt Erect a Sanctuary
Unto Me" is the title of Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards' sermon Friday
evening, on the occasion of Temple
B'nai Sholom's first service in its
new building at 16800 NW 22nd
ave. Cantor Ben Grossbebrg will
render the* musical portions of the
liturgy.
The building was erected at a
cost of $40,000, and construction
began at the conclusion of Sha-
vuoth. Designer was Maxwell Par-
rish, with Harry DeFrancisco, of
Harg Enterprise, construction en-
gineer.
The new Temple site includes
eight classrooms, an office, a
study, and sanctuary with a seat
ing capacity of 400.
Temple B'nai Sholom president
is Gerald Greenfield. Trustees are
Gerald Greenfield, Seymour Roth,
Aaron Kravitz and Walter Kursh-
ner. Bert Weiner is chairman. Ju-
lius Soloway is membership chair-
man.
A shipment of Italian marble
was unloaded at Port Everglades
this week, and the Caribbean Mar-
ble Company of Miami is now in-
stalling the marbl? as crypt fronts
in the garden-type community
mausoleum at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
The first unit of the mausoleum?
now being completed, contains
marble from the Isle of Pines, 35
miles southeast of Cuba, in its
promenade, in addition to the
crypt-fronts which were quarried
in the vicinity of Carrara, Italy.
This corner unit contains 120
crypts and a private family room.
The completed mausoleum, in the
shape of a quadrangle, surround-
ing a landscaped patio, will con-
tain 624 crypts and a number of
family rooms, as well as a colum-
barium.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, of the
mausoleum staff, said Wednesday
that "in doing research on marble,
I was intrigued by an excerpt
from an address delivered by Dr.
Marshall Bruce,- of the Medical
Division, Oak Ridge Institute of
Nuclear Studies, in Washington,
D.C.. in March. 1954.
"Dr. Bruce said that marble is
an effective shield against radia-
tion. Density is of great impor-
tance in radiation shielding and is
the only essential difference be-
tween various earth-type mater-
ials."
Hebrew Teachers Assn. of
Greater Miami will hold its annual
picnic Sunday. 11 a.m., at Haul-
over Beach Park. Meeting place
will be Shelter No. 1. Louis Gadon
heads (He committee in charge' of
arrangements. Assisting are Mrs.
Frank Wagner and Mrs. .Shlonio
Gerchakov. -
Children Visit Laboratory
Boys and girls of the North Dade
County YMHA summer camp vis-
ited Mt. Sinai Hospital last week
and were given demonstrations by
resident doctors in the Pathology
Laboratory, dealing with the func-
tion of the human brain.
TRAYIORE
Private Pool
Beach and
Cabana Colon*
HOTEL
At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH
Room*
id Pool
leas
$
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Academy Dep't.
In New Quarters
Junior High Department of the
Hebrew Academy, now consisting
of the 7th 8th and 9th grades, will
be located in an annex at 825 5th
St., Miami Beach, effective Sept. 8.
"These additional quarters have
been necessitated by the growing
enrollment of the department."
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, announced Wednesday.
The new library, music and
recreation rooms will also be
located in the new building.
"The Hebrew Academy is now
the only day -school in the South-
eastern region of the United States
maintaining a complete elemen-
tary and junior high department,"
Rabbi Gross said.
"A half-day nursery school of
the Hebrew Academy will be open-
ed at Beth Israel Congregation,
41st st. and Prairie ave," Rabbi
Gross revealed.
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True betpitelity and tba finett In entertain-
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! amateur golfer, ^-J^S ^ STt.cSi-1! He and
!of months, will be making up NT H W on ms j^j,
wife Selma will journey to Jackson. W-s*J Dr M,xwe|l
Amatec. Tourney, and al^ take .n a !o play ,n the
Sayet. fairway buddy of Dr. WeUe*, msb doctors teame Southern Amateur, later this month. RecentI> we i Bavshore
up to in low ball honors in Class A of the MAO A e%em
JuAp. Sam I. Sifvr. of ** Miami, irwifwd t. ^^d NmMmI
comrfion at the ArrHmcan. Au,. 24 and 2S. AmtBi nay, haadino cmmiH-s for th. h prtev bar. ra Ml on Foil. .
Garakl Ktain Harold Friadman. Bartram R. Colaman Harry iuar
STfc;l3 Gi.lm.n. Julian R. Ben.amin. W.IHr C. Ko.nar .aid
Harald B. Spaat.
Capt. Eugent P Rosenthal. wW the Air Force m Japan the
itvo year*, voting wtth hil folks Dr and It*. Albrrt E ROMBlhtL
Attornev Paul Grand, vice commander of JWV. North Shore ;
677. snd hi'<:onan for Department of Florida. JW\ will attend the
organization's 64th annual c-onvrntion in Kn York.
Rav Redman, executive secretary of W8bingtOO Aw \--n hi-
ife. ajid son. Robert, leave a n:>>'-"r tour- Juuna MP
Helen in Boulder. Colo., at SUmDH here.
Jim G-; ted at Ba> shore Clubhouse lunching, hut ha
time for golf l : duct n firm has been eitra buty
Send -,get well' cards to Lynn Levin. Wot Miami councilwoman
who is at North Shore Hospital. Manhasset, NY Rcmemler her emir
ageous one-woman campaign for adequate drunk driving laws in
Honda?
Mr. and Mrs Albert Naness hack from California where they at-
tended the wedding of their son. Dr. Charles Nanest, to former Mist
Lillie Wollin. of Beverly Hills. The groom is a resident physician at
Los Angeles County General Hospital.
Betty Lou Keit. Martin Sinsley and Gertrude Stone are newe-i
members of Miami Beach Board of Realtors.
Know aaumthinaj wit cooking whan Bill and Stan Sagal, fha taxi
tycoons, m*da> that trip to South America. Hear that thay will soon
oatahliah limouvina tarvico at airports in Bogota, Colombia, and
Lima, Porw.
Builder and Mrs. Harold Moss on a golf vacation, at Asheville. N.C.
They're Bayshore regulars.
Lincoln Road shoe merchant Harry Auslander back after spend-
ing two weeks m Syracuse. NY. where the Nettleton shoe factory is
located. He helped style his new fall and winter line there. Also golfed
at Irondequit C. C. in nearby Rochester.
Phyllis Pollak and daughter Gail take off for Chicago Aug 15
stopping at the Ambassador East Gail and her mom will look over the
campuses at U. of Chicago and Northwestern, preparatorv t0 Gail's
graduation from Miami Beach High Albert Pollak and sons J.mim
and Tommy, will be on a Key West fishint cruise while Mrs Pollak li
;n Chi Their friends. Mr and Mrs Stanley Raskin, are in 1 a< Ye n
after visiting Los .Angeles. Other fnend>. Mr. and Mrs George Mai
tottet, preceded Mrs. Pollak to Chicago
nehr SP0TL'GHT: ** WJy. ton. one of ,he nation's top
f,1!hJ k,> ov,r Dl05a CoateUo's Marring role m the re
ord-breaking -Havana Mardi Gras Tuesday
Dwsa vacations for a while, after holding down the chief mU -
the tremendous revue hi, for more than two yeas. M:/ 1; ,
sands and Sahara m Us Vegas and ha* m.a u t-hK^" the
dozens of records. She's been on ,he EdI Sull,n ?* Wmlml "*
dozen times, also the Perry Com" and fteve Juen A^ mr" ,ha" a
a few An added atraction "Havana Mardi G^al ^!l^.MBW
Tuesday. ,s the foremost Latin American movie TV ^ T '
Blanquita Amaro. movie. i\ and stage star.
* -- *
Pianist Lois Wood is the new attraction ,n.t o P"ck,n* em ,n
Pub restaurant on Coral SStTTSA ""^M* room of the
appeal for the entire family. S SUper ,here. especial
mm. Ricky Dunn is ,ecIm^lE?"* "^ **
Sometlnii' Smith and th P.rtt..
mont at tho Montm.rtr. lT, SrjT^L- \J *W'"* W
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years of entertainiiLg here Her Pk season ln ore than 10
night c^STSR^ZiixKi paTked '^ "e ?:
between 3 and 5 a.m. Belle s TCS. "" TOrch Hou"" K
Miners wnll be entertained by a wateph.ii Spnngs Villas
A System Cuts On Paper Wor|
Paper work ftr the Vettrui
Administration home-tow* navdacal
care program wlU be reduced sub-
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mechanized records writinf wtdch
became effective July 1. C. W.
Boggs, officer in chare of the Mi
ami Veterans Admuiiatratatisi, mM
Wednesday. .
I'nder the nationwide hoose-ti
program, veterans with service-
connected disabilitiea receive med-
ical care at VA expense from some
38.000 private physicians of their
choice, in areas where care at VA
outpatient clinics is not available.
Boggs said the new records wri-
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Zim Lines' SS Jerusalem Will Make
Ten Cruises to 13 Caribbean Ports
fcoup of 45 members of Young Israel leave New York for
Bee-week seminar in Israel sponsored by the Organization
nrtment of the Jewish Agency. This is the first time that a
miq Israel group has taken part in the Agency's Summer
lute program as an independent unit. The group is head-
By Rabbi Frank Sturm, national executive director of Young
Ll; J. David Dellman. honorary national president of the
ement and former commander of the Jewish War Vet-
Rs of New York Stale; and Meyer Wiener, former national
dent of Young Israel.
LICENSED NURSE
or Chronic Cases. Elderly My
I infant or school child while
p work exchange far small
9oa home. Phone all week
JE 4-400S
Oit
itttaries
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IP1ETE LAW LIBRARY
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Phone PL 4-3705
INfANT NURSERY
CARE IT TRAINED NURSE.
MU 1-47*5
censed ly State Welfare
JALIFIED CANTOR
roined tenor voice, seeks aesi
r Holidays. Will travel if eec.s
tall evenings, Pi 4-0050 ar write
x 2973, Miami 1, Flo.
"WWWVWV
VSS SINGER WANTED
it High Holy Days and possibly
II year. Malt have good voic.
tnct, and know haw to road
wall. Write Temple Bath El, 633
|t., W. Palm Beach, Flo.
'A*a''\-^W"'W
YOUNG CANTOR
POSITION far HIGH HOBDAYS
Qualified. Tenor Vaice. Lacul
P.O. Bex 2973, Miami 1, Fla.
MRS. ROSE BARWOOD
Nil, i>f ?< Samann died Auk. :' She had been a rt-i-
d.ni f.iT |] yearn, coming from Brook-
l> n, NY. Mie 1* eurvlved bj a daugh-
ter, Hn Uenora Oottlleb, arandeon
and ki *.n.Ida light, i Service* weri
Ana , with burl.I in M- v. i, Cemetery.
ALEXANDER ORUCKER
i '' n k '.-ni -i "e tin cama he i
ajro from Coiombua, ii. ih, i
Auk. I Hi wan a ratli ad mu
id Miami Heb
v n-r me
i ami I ia\ Jd. St i \ Ii ea
it In SI I '
Cem< t<
MRS. MARY GETZ
I Aug. |
She ran* her 14 i front
Hillalde, N..I hi a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Arthur PrtanMUi; three e!a-
( including Mi- Fanny Levin;
ahd'two brbther* Service* were Auk.
t at RIv.t-|iI. Mriiioi ml Chapel, All.hi
rd.. wl|.h l>u: ml In Brooklyn
NORBERT LAST
fT, at io:, Kuril.i ave., ratlrad Iguror-
anre nnlfHinan, who rHmr hare Im
year* afe from New York, died Aug.
I. He la survived by lil wife. Jeanne.
Service* were Atuj. i at Newman
Funeral Home.
MRS. ANN.E COHEN
81. of Ml Seville, Coral Oablee, died
Alia:. I, She came here five yeara BSO
from Nashville. Surviving arc three
sons. Jay Cone and KuuJ Irving and
riiilip Cohan; two daughter*, In. I11.I-
ine airs. Ada Hamilton. Miami. 12
grandchildren and nlno great -grand-
'lilldreti. Service* were In Nashville,
with EtlvaraMa Memorial Chap. I in
charge of local arrangement*.
fNAGOGUE SECRETARY
|, shorthand, seme hnahk*eping
caged woman preferred, 43-hour
$S0 pet week.
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MISS JANE NETOFFJKY
I Tiill Byron ave.. died July II
She, cama her* M yeara ax.. Cram
I. .'1 \llle. Ky. Bb< two sla-
in. Indlnn Lillian. Miami Beach,
and u brother, were In
With lor I .ins
1 1. Mi "1 lal ci, ipal.
PHILIP SAVAL
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II. from

World War 1 are Mf

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Mr*. I

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KJEW YORKThe fully air-con-
ditioned Israel luxury liner Jeru-
salem of the Zim Lines will make
a series of ten cruises from New
York to the West Indies during the
1959-60 winter cruise season, it was
announced Wednesday by the
1 \merican-Israeli Shipping Com-
i pany here, U. S. representatives
of the Zim Lines.
The cruises will range in length
from nine to 16 days, and will cov-
er a total of 13 Caribbean ports,
the American-Israeli Shipping
Company said. The first cruise
sails Nov. 11. Subsequent sailings
are Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 19, Jan. 5,
Jan. 16, Jan. 28, Feb. 11, Feb. 27
and Mar. 12. Further cruises to
the West Indies are planned for
next May and June.
The forthcomioa aerie*, af
cruises will be the second for the
SS Jerusalem. The 21-krtot lirter
was completed at the and of
1957, cruiaed the Caribbean dur-
ing 1958-69 winter season and is
employed the rest of the year en
Mediterranean and trans-Atlan-
tic service. Ports of cell for the
Jerusalem next winter will be
Sen Juan, Puerto Rico, St.
Thomas and St. Croix, Virgin
Islands, Guadeloupe, Martinique,
Barbados, Grenade, Trinidad,
Advertising Offices Move

Robert S. Hurwitz Wednesday
announced the removal of his of-1
ikes. For the past several years
a partner in Leeds and Hurwitz
Advertising Agency. Hurwitz bM
been in advertising in Miami for
the past six years. New quarters i
are located at 1775 SW 3rd ave.,
Miami, and will be known as Rob
ert S. Hurwitz Advertising Agency 1
Associated with Hurwitz will be
Sara Weisburg, formerly of Tampa
and Lakeland, where she operated
Sara Weisbers Advertising. Inc.
Curacao and
lands West Indies, Port au Prnce
and Cap Haitian, Haiti and" Port
Antonio, Jamaica.
The Jerusalem will accommo
date about 300 passengers while
cruising, about half of her normal
capacity of 567. The liner has a
full deck of public rooms, a tiled
outdoor swimming pool, and a
movie theater with wide-view
screen. Ninety-five percent of her
staterooms ave outside. All have
push-button temperature and cli-
mate control. Most have private
or semi-private facilities, and are
convertible from sleeping cham-
bers to daytime sitting rooms.
Cuisine will be international with
the accent on American favorites.
The Jerusalem is equipped with
the latest aids to navigation and]
underwater stabilizers to reduce
rolling.
The ship's cruise and eatfrtaui-
ment staffs have been enlarged %
provide round-the-clotk "activities
AWba,*~Nefmfi |duTirrgMWe frTTise*. th<-Arfrerican-
Israeli Shipping Company said.
I?he vessel's Israeli officers and
crew are all English-speaking.
The Jerusalem's West Indies
ruises will be conducted in con-
junct ion with Traveltyme Cruise
Lines, Inc., a division of the Pent*
HOVae Travel Service of 501 Fifth'
ive., New York City.
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RE-SCH001 THROUGH 6th GRADE
RUTH BACK, DIRECTOR
4240 N.W. 18th Street
NE 3-3134
LEGAL Notice
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QLVBN
the undcriilgncd. desli iug I.. engaL
huaineaa under Die fictliioua nan: (
KI.AMI.Nao IHtY CLEANER* as
...U'NHIiY at l.'.i:. N.W 17 Ave..
ends 10 register *aid name with
'lerk of tea Circuit Court of Da
'ounty, Florida.
\I.\XU Kl.l, SCHWARTZ
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S/7-14-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREST i.IVBN tint
the undersigned, desiring to engajre in
hualneaa under Die fictitious tutu. '
'HARUiT'WS DRESS 8HOP at 167
N W. Sth Street, Miami. Intend* to
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WANTED
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Hebrew at well as Niltery, Sun-
ely. Write, ae*, exa;r<-nca, etc.
Romon. 1101 S. Andrews Ava.,
der.ul.. Fie.
CANTOR WANTED
HAMY WCIee
d July .
tii 1 ... his aikp 11 ..in
n. N.J and waa < 1 atlred
1 \ \ Init are' h
two aona and Albert
Stanley; tw ilatera,
Snd four nianilctilldran.
at Rlveraide Menfbrlnl Cnapel
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
no. 5c74ae
BETTT Rt'RDBTTE KICKS.
Plain tiff,
CARL, ). DCB8,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: All -' '"Hi I I.. It-, s
N'.VIl.T.r.
. .. Alrerafl Malntenanoe
Naval Air Station
Memvhla, Tciinesxce
V.111 .11. hen b hotlfted thai n "III
..f Compbilnl for Diver** h been
filed ..y.i net yoUi and >rou eie '
nulred t.. 1 \ 1 .f j ..in Al
i.r1' I n the Hill "f Complalnl
on Ihe t.i.ilntif- Attorney, SIDNEY
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She came hare 14 yeara ago I
.1.1 11. and waa a member of
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IN THE C:RCUIT COURT OF \HE.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C *35
ROSE T Ittniil,
Plaintiff.
UBORIO IUUCI.
Pefendejit.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To: UBORIO RKJQI
Addrea. Cnknewn
Ynu 1.1 IK in 10 ltlij;l are hereby
noilfl.-d that a lull of Complaint for
hna been filed airalnat you,
and you are required to aerve a copy
..f vmir A newer or lleadlnr to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plalnllff'a
Attorney ANUE1 > A AL.I. ll3 Alna-
[ ley llulldlnp. M'..iml 2. Florida and
'file thi- original Anawer or I'leadlruj
Reform '" ,r" office of the Clerk of th-
nit Coort on or before the Sth day
noia a ,.r September, ISS. If you fall to do
Sunday, Judam. fault will be tak-n
... -.. aRain*t you for the relief demanded
OHtn .. r i| f 1'orruylaint..
Thin notice, ah^ll be publlaoed
___ ea.-h week foi four roneecutlve w<
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at Miami.
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satlsfactery methad far rectifying
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due to repressed fears t anxiety.
RICHARD R. R0MRBAUGH,
lie. Hyano Therapist $. Hyena Analyst.
TU 7-2426, bt. 211.

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AND A0VTSOR. Are y.. skh, anheeey,
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f AT1MA, f 121 NW 27 Ave.. MU -!4 '
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IN THE NAME AND BY THE
I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
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(a Becretary of State,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC 7367
KIHKI.ITY MORTGAGE CO., INC.,
a lot Ida corporation,
Plaintiff,
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Ml-
. Count), hi., i la_ on or
the >th day of September, I"**.
iwJae the allegation* of .aid
plaint will be taken as confeaaed
airalnat yon.
I'ATElV the 3rd day of AliffUat 15
at Ml.lml. T>ade County, Florida.
R 11 MBATHERM \N
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(aeal) B) K M l.YMAN.
Deputy Cl. rk
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l>.ttc Page 2-A -Jmist'fkr**!*' Friday. 1953 Morocco Frees Jews Who Tried to Escape Country PARIS—JTA -The Mow aetitormes bare resta*** 23 Moroccan Jews. June at Tetsan as tbey flee from Tanpers !e tne add part of Cenu. *s learned %  ere iat§ wee*. "IV Ben-Gurion Back at Helm from feue 1 A UtaA-Use Map The nttrresoaa of Arob TMciwrs GfOuWe JERUSALEM— JTA —TV :<\ry of EducaUsn revealed •bailie gradnatwe of a in a franti ; nunaber of Arab* frees leather •ftiif pg classes had srueeht Use total %  A. iafrf*-* Ara teachers as to 1-2RR. They i t a r wa i about eisht pcrceat of al Israri school teachers lejjejRJRjJar *o Avar* JERUSALEM—JTA An pa m meat of Yebezkari Satar ixmn l-.-ael Pouce Inspector General, as Ambassador to Austria eas aniKiiaaced fnneeias, approval of as Israel-Austrian a grwiM to raise their respective iecatioa* to embassies i %  %  • •tore the? had hwal • %  ** T" rest f the arnnrsemr* and a m> -"" : ; %  "'"" .!'-/. %  • Mr i^. M-> I"d Le7 •• :• ,; ..... BCSMMI MpMMri hem —• eet The presaMM af the Jewum gaaaaaaacrr of Casshtaaca as refused a papor. -hem he mad* appbcaw* He received the daenearnt only *• auanrveaoen a*a the higher aathanoes la Fex a ---.• .••. %  : %  : • I—fj ir I'ca 1 because c earned sums* shsaaui he had ranted Israel a HSR. The Hi iaa r as re-.--: ajhH %  --. ---: %  JP"*"' the Eatf and Crnwn PraBct §S8 Arhdut Avodab members of the Cahaaet bad violated the collective responsibility p*ede by shear vou against the inas deal vial Vest Germany He asserted that they acted in good faith accordant; to a resolution adopted aaiaiMwnrr in Knesset in November. 1154 against Germany's rearmament, and pTunted out that .•solution was still valid and binding on the House. $$$ Still Await Your Correct Puzzle Entry la Washington. a recommend* tioai thatja rnel be dropped ml •wrtpwaroT-nhiBd -^Ti^ aid was debated in the Housed Representatives this week Rep H R. Gross. Iowa Repvhh.1 can. said that if Israel now bad ii capacity to manufacture mj, tsons and sell them to industrially. advanced countries and extenl foreign aid M Africa and Asia tV United States should terminal, aid to Israel. He added that tat Israel-West German arms trans**} two de m onst r ated that Israel hat' no real need Cor developusaaj loans and other aid funds. DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW TCU M. LIEBERMAN & SONS Despite the COIXWORD Editor, desire to hand out The Jewish FVoridian Jackpot and make some ane s summer vacation a happier experience. Greater Miami puz tiers this week again failed to come up wuh a correct solution. COtNWORD No 4 stumped the mast dauntless contestants, with the largest number of the bun dreds of entries far off the mark Af am. fawr aM atM cam* within %i* errors er teas of a perfect s etvtto n These were submitted ;. Mrv Joseph Suuarman. 2176 SM lltti s.; N. Zank. 5901 SW S*h ••Fredric Rasenthal. 6034 Creek dr.; and Mrs. -* %  • M LIEBERMU^ISsl s~ ~ ^ '*' atc:..-t. >.LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM MfW JEKSFT • rMUAOElrMU • IALTIM0M AUANT • WASNINCTOu • tOSTON rlOVIPWCI aad all atber seaatl Weekly Service f'ttt Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins in, Miaani Beach Dial JE 8-8353 FTERMITES CHINCH BUGS Ann. Ilii.u ln-H. ele. M1//I E FR 7-1411 FREE ESTIMATES %  aai :--• Till 17V \OLF\. IXC.I i-lff U fI '.•}?• fi-f ••> %  •> (ft |f German Police Chief l Germany—< JTA I — Dr. ••-r. head of the crun > i.c section of the State of Bfteiasand-Pfalz. was suspended r,i> post here on charges of -ng the Nan extermination of Jews in the Minsk area during : War U. The suspension was r-ced by the State Ministry 'of the Interior Dr. Haueser was placed in the Hohenberg prison. near Stuttgart, on charges filed by the Central Commission for the Investigation of Nazi CnrrGREATER MIAMI HEBREW FREE 10AM Meets Eerv Wednesday I te t P.M BETH Et CENTE* 500 SW. 17th A.ta.e. Miami feImtfmmlit* Htmt ft 2-4107 Merle Schram. 1M1 SW 2th ave. This means that The Jewish Flondian Jackpot rises to a sue culent $140 for COIXWORD No 5 unless someone solves Puzzle No • 4. the answer to which will be published Aug. 14 COIXWORD Editor has sent an inter-office memo on the number of entries reaching his desk after deadline These, unfortunately.' must be discarded without consid-i eration Be sure to read the con-' lest rules carefully, and to observe the deadline This week's puzzle appears on Page 6-A. and a special deadline reminder is printed for four convenience immediate!) below it. Addr*-r. Thr J< i diM 1' 0 Box 2973. Miami 1 Kia b day midr... \ i 9. 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3ay, Augusd 7. 1959 +Jewisti fkxldlan Paqe 3-A nr> Iree memoers ot tne ntih annual American siuaems program the Hebrew University of Jerusalem check a photo of the Jmpus prior to departing for their year's course of study. be American group, which hails from a cross-section of 26 [S. universities, will devote its first four months to an intense lining course in the Hebrew language and the remaining t.-iod to instruction in special subjects. ianu-EI School gistration Open It-mple Emanu-El religious T>ol is now open for registration Indentsto attend the fall semes[-ginning with the three-year, the school program offers sen. foundation, daily religSunday and Hebrew high D >1 curricula. In addition, the D1 provides Bar and Bas Mitzpreparation and confirmation jrams. Tempi* Emanu-EI foundation >l offers five-year-old* an ction to Judaism, as well [secular subjects for first and Shades as provided by the County Board of Public In lien. Btruction is personalized, and [curriculum includes Hebrew Bg, writing and conversation, as Jewish customs, holiand ceremonies. LI of the Temple's school props include transportation. .The Anti-Racial lows Passed JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire NEW YORK—Twenty four laws against racial and religious dis| crimination were adopted during 1959 by 14 States, the American i Jewish Congress reported here | following a special study made on | civil rights legislation in various | states. "Both in number and con tent, the study notes, "the civil rights laws enacted by the states j this year exceeded the product of any year in the past decade. Broadcast Israel Musk ISTANBUL—(JTA)—The Stateowned Istanbul Radio, under a reciprocal cultural agreement with Israel, has started to broadcast Israel music for the first time. Tapes sent by Kol Israel are being played oa the "Concert Hour" program here. • religious school office is open daily from 9 a.m. to S p.m., and all classes will commence on Sept. 8. Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service "1114711 MIAMI'S Pflfff An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes R111 N.W. 101* AVENUE fHONE n 9-SSf 3 feer Setltfecfiee Owe •feesere" PICK-UP AMD DELIVERY >ER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 56 N. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-1343 GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS WOODY'S TEXACO SERVICE leerketiee Specielists Go* Oil* %  etierles Tiros "Service with m Sstlfe" 470 N.W. Stfc SHEET PHONE Ft 3*533 Carpet Luylna and Repairing RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED S.W. South River Drive Phone. PR 9-1155 & FR 1-2007 ACE RUG CLEANERS FURNITURE CLEANING T GORDON .S£& FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin M43I 710 S.W. 12th Ave. Miami NAMY GOMOM, rVse i a W Iron Curtain Snubs WJC Gathering STOCKHOLM—(JTA)-A call to the Jewish people to make their contribution towards the achievement of co-existence and peaceful competition between the East and the West was voiced by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, at the opening session of theoen^av .Assembly. The session was formally opened by the Swedish Premier, Tage Erlander, in the City Hall here. It is continuing in tne Swedish Parliament building, which has been put at the disposal of the World Jewish Congress, by the Swedish authorities. Present "at the opening session were members of the Swedish Cabinet as well as members of the diplomatic corps. Surveying the position of world Jewry, Dr. Goldmann said in his presidential address that "nothing would bo more tragic then if the Jewish people wore as a whole forced Into n anti-Soviet position." However, he added. "Wo do not want to become participants in the cold war, but the Soviet Government cannot expect us to keep silent and to refrain from reiterating our demand*." Dr. Goldmann deplored the split between East and West. He pointed out that as a result of this split, "about 9.000.000 Jews in the Western world are cut off from ions; 2. the fight for the right of Jews to remain Jews in a period when It is increasingly difficult to remain non-conformist; ."!. the will of the Jews to remain Jews, as thecoming generation has now to find "now motives and sources of strength to maintain its Jowishness." To meet these tasks. Dr. Gold mann urged drastic changes in the present communal structure." All efforts and funds which were devoted to fighting anti-Semitism, as well as of organized Jewish relief and philanthropy, will have to be switched to the great problem of Jewish education and creative ness, and in the participation of the upbuilding of Israel," he said. Premier Erlander. in his welcoming address to the delegates, told the assembly: "The World pie. Stockholm's Mayor Carl Albert, addressing the opening meeting and welcoming the assembly officially on behalf of Hie city, struck the same theme, referring I w UrUUtUKOoo to* "the-cothTtfcsg Jewish refugees who found haven here during the dark days of Nazi Germany." Opposition to the fact that the Ambassador of West Germany was invited to the opening session of the assembly was expressed by some of the Israeli delegates. The opponents, consisting of members of the Mapa m, Achdut Avodah and the Religious bloc in Israel asked for a caucus of the Israeli dotageHon. | The opponents also demanded. that the West German flag, among j all the flags flying in front of the | Parliament building where the \ plenary session is to be held, be I lowered to half-mast in memory of the Jewish victims of Nazism. However, the moves in the Israeli • caucus were defeated. Jewish Congress, in its own sphere, iA tr it was announced that, can .make a valuable contribution Monday morning, all of the flags to the future welfare of the world. of alI nat ions in front of the Pari It can help create a world where | iamenl building would be lowi sirftSBrSK' JTJ: ] a-t sra££. tst£ the possibility of human existing ne political debates before the assembly, some Israelis, including The Swedish statesman remindded the delegates to the assembly > of "the cldse links" which have tied his nation to the Jewish peo1 Curtain." The only delegation from East I ence European countries participating in the assembly is one from Yugoslavia. A five-man delegation rep[ resenting Polish Jewry arrived Sunday from Warsaw, but will participate as observers only. The Jewish community in Hungary had earlier notified the WJC that ib would send a delegation to the assembly. But, Sunday night, a telephone call from Budapest to Dr. Goldmann here notified him not to expect such a delegation, adding that the reasons are explained in a letter on the way. It is assumed by WJC leaders that the reversal took place under pressure from Moscow. Invitations to the assembly sent by the World Jewish Congress to about a dozen of the largest Jewish communities in the Soviet Union have brought replies from congregations there that they would not attend the world Jewish parley because they consider themselves "purely religious bodies" and it would, therefore, not be appropriate for them to be represented at an assembly with political aims. The replies were received from the Jewish religious congregations in Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Odessa. Minsk. Vilna and Tiflis. Congregations in other cities did not answer at all to the invitations. Dr. Goldmann, in his presidential address, said that Jews today face three main problems: 1. 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Page 4-A *jcistncrMtor Friday. Auqu ; Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 4-1141 — FR 4-321? Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM396X FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor i th Act of Mi Th, Jfw,.h Flond.an *"* T £\£'j£~Z\tW* *""" the J.w..h Week'/. • • ( e Worl( w ,d. N.*J Ag.ncy. Seven Arli Ftjtur. S n ,e,, Am er.cn A.fn of %  -was gag"! during th* ire*#Ir IIM i .<•" ii • • • by LEO MINDUN r • •" 1353 %  res. has Lk,7!£ worthy position ttlt j, pj?*! a bill supported by ttJi?*! istration that would HLTH give the Secretary of Z*| lateral and arbitrary 0,11*1 thr. issuing --* of l ,J -lxi ISRAEL BIREAU 10 A.D. Gordon Street, Tel Aviv, Israel RAY V. BINDER Correspondent SUBSCRIPTION ** r lf,\ t „, I'ttOO One Year $5.00 %  • TT\ n Number 32 Volume 33 Friday, August 7, 1959 3 Ab 5719 Eban-Dayan Battle Assumes Special Import Former Israel Ambassador Eban has his eyes glued on the November elections. But he and Brig. Moshe Dayan, now a student at Hebrew University, once the Israel Army's Chief of Staff, are being groomed for far greater things than the November campaign has in the immediate offing. For this reason, their current debate over what Israel should do about Arab intransigeance rises above the general furor of customary political wrangling in the Jewish State to assume a role of particular significance. Brig. Dayan has called upon Israel to adopt a policy that would meet Arab "hostility with hostility." Eban is contrarily demanding diplomatic means and national self-restraint. Mr. Eban's posture is not the product of the contemplative atmosphere in which he now finds himself as president of the Weizmonn Institute of Science at Rehovoth. It is rather the result of his hectic experience as Israel Ambassador to the United States and United Nations in October and November of 1956. SUEZ CANAt AND TNt SLUGFEST It was on Oct. 29. 1956 that Israel launched the Sinai campaign. Eban's was the legacy of Western fury both in Washington and at the UN. His was the job to assuage our State Deportment's wrath, to explain Israel's actions, to minimize the severity of the Dulles-Eisenhower censure inclinations. In the heat of battle and the flush of victory. Brig. Dayan experienced other feelings. The story of 96 hours to Suez is still recounted and studied by the major military academies of the world. A vital part of one of the most astonishing campaigns in history. Brig. Dayan has an army mind, and plainly thinks in army terms when brought face-to-face with continued Arab intransigeance. Behind Dr. Kreisky's Office History has indeed turned round with the appointment in Austria of a Jewish foreign minister. Dr. Bruno Kreisky. The role of this nation in its easy acceptance of the Hitler yoke is still not guile fully evaluated, although more than two decades have passed since the government submitted to the Nazi Anschluss with an untoward flourish of defeat. .v ln he faCe ol Ai8 unkno *n guantiry and the kind of anti-Semitism traditional to Austria's ma,or cities. Dr. Kreisky's appointment is beyond guestion an astonishing and pleasina development. r y H v, Never1heless M must be considered in light of a number of other considerations, prin2r*£T£!2 ar Und ,he "Ration* questoon. The Austrian government, in the quise ami? ? anC J e,, ? r Mi Rb. has^onsrstently denied the validity of Jewish claims W K P e Sa,l0n n Ae ^ OUDd ,ha not only Jews but the enure nation was the victim of Nazi aggression and invasion. recJn n" S6n f'. he has P la d himself on r, ^ onsldenna unreasonable any such restitution demand. r m-J^ 3 W f?' howe ver. Chancellor Raab told memoers of Parliament that he is for "just resti Sefor n en' he ^ ** J ^ h -"'' Before his words were cold. Dr. Kreiskv ported the Jewish Telegraphic Agency to !" .L AUStria beUeves %  %  2 been a complete compensation soluUon for victims S Dr. Kreisky's appointment Austria's new Sir 9uise. playing puppet to Raab-type m^? The Eban-Dayan battle of diplomacy and national self-restraint vs. "hosility with hostility" lies at the core of possible Israeli action particularly in relation to the recent negotiations between UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold and UAR President Nasser over Israeli use of the Suez Canal. The "concessions" Hammarskjold wrung from Nasser are shocking; only more shocking is the UN chief's urging that Israel accept them. SCHOLAR AND MAM Of THE MID Dag's attitude diminishes the possibility of mustering strong world opinion with respect to Egypt's violation of international agreements involving use of the Suez Canal. It increases the probability of an even more hostile Nasser. Meanwhile, it is clear where U.S. sentiments lie. The Eban-Dayan slugfest elicited words of warning from the State Department this week, where officials expressed their extreme displeasure over "tough, militant talk" in Israel that might disturb the new, closer ties between Washington and Cairo. Almost nowhere was there talk of the essential justice of Israel's complaint. Only the fundamentally politically-motivated debate between the Jewish State's two favorite sons brought the sharp response here that not even Nasser's vow last week to destroy Israel could muster. Thus, against a backdrop of renewed Washington-Cauo relations, the battle between Israel's former Ambassador to the U.S. and former Chief of Staff takes on painful overtones. Eban. the scholar, begging for caution, points to Israel's gains during the last 30 months since Sinai and declares them to be the legacy of national rranquility. His is the bitter memory of sharp American reaction to Israeli efforts at nurturing national dignity even at the risk of resorting to arms. Dayan. the man of the field, urging a policy based on retaliation, charges that this is the only action the Arabs understand. His is the joyous recollection of victory against a vanquished enemy the West continually revitalizes in his view, with the end that it plagues Israel. hi, ST"" f 1 h u ad ,he man of ,ne Md sell his heritage for a bowl of porridge. There ,s no danger of that today. Israels choice\*Ul have to be made on far more rafonal ground Tisha BAv Next Thursday Tisha B'Av. the ninth day in the H.k !" for Jews throughout the worid „L TT^ served begining next WeX*da "* ** ob ~ oU day Thursday Wednesda y evening and intolerable as the n !,l ? ght mc *easingly desire to be ideSJied .rL^* !" 011 ^^~| gees under the merciless restrictions of the McCarran Act. Times have changed, and the Vice President has changed ml them. Pact is that he did mere last week to enhance Aawnca prestige in the East-West conflict than the era of our history mrw] by retrenchment of personal liberties ever managed to achtm-s era in which the Vice President once so boldly caned a permt] niche. AH of which is by way of saying that the current AdministrateI sponsored bill giving the Secretary of State such arbitrary pmti] over the granting of passports to Americans for travel abroad nisi] be considered an anachronism. tifusAi ow rOfotocxAi' caovajos THE AMERICAN JEWISH Congress testimony was pertinent in ml regard. It declared that perfectly valid reasons exist fordemL of passports, such as to fugitives from justice; persons under uaV. I ment. free on bail, or restrained by court order; persons who owt Oil Kovernment for previous transportation back to the I'mted Sum.il who are promoting passport frauds or otherwise attempting to im I legal obligations. Apart from such cases, refusal to grant a visa is largely band* I ideological'' grounds, with the petitioner nrewimntl to be a risk, va I may bring discredit to the nation in ill advised words or actions ae I ing his travels. Granting that "Unquestionably, hostile or malidml criticism expressed abroad in troubled areas, particularly by Aae I icans. may materially detract from the prestige and wflueneedthi Secretary lof State) among foreign peoples." the AJCongms %  went warned: 'But much purely domestic behavior might hareftl actly the same effect." Here, the testimony for the Senate Foreign Relations Commit I refers to a •bluntly hostile editorial" in one of several major Aa| •can newspapers as an alternate example of what "can more njp*| cantly discredit the Secretary of State than a dozen meetings. *| ones or conventions addressed by Paul Robeson." noted Negro %  no has a remarkable affinity for travel behind the Iron Curtain I "One harshly critical column by Walter Lippman. the statm* continues, 'may have more disruptive effect upon Department i\ R,tr ob ct,ves ,h n any number of speeches in foreign countries nocsweu Kent." distinguished VS. painter recently denied vm •wr 4 mtmmu nmua |T WOULD HAVE behoved the AJCongress statement to *| more barbed examples of domestic behavior detrscting froo • m.?i 1 f abroad J h n these valid ones focusing upon the power f %  meingent watchdog pre M i Mtal upon urging a wholesome H vZt, 5 v,e *T 1D the statement clearly avoided such quar* some issues as: • Southern resistance to the May. 18M Supreme Court integral*! • T2T WlUl em P h Gov. Faubu. of Arkansas. wnth n ^ ei !L lynchin ta Mhuisaippl of an alleged Negro rap* Pin. T T" rt tnd *etkm of the persons involved in drat Ring h,m from his cell and depositing the murdered corpwM *tery grave. NohJ' P &de Tfnnu C,UD e* N ew York, which denied the *J| "oeiPrue wmner and United Nations Under Secretary **l • FmhieV. i!l^ !" h / p ""^eds of his race. J fadun. i"^ w,,hd rawal of VS. Ambassadors from ahrmij Om n B0W ,vUu ng about the countries in which they ** •mpl J If! ,nd OB eompiling other, far more disastro** ind, enous activity constituting an affront to the ^uS r lb "*'" *^eTm1noa w."^TM ^j|| that to ease hi.,.*f "T PeaMhm wggesta: -. no one would l.m.t freedom or J^J "eereUnr-of StaU should have the I these per^Z, ? ll P r ch ,rw *>" of the prem (becsu T J !" MI "berties impede his ability to conduct foreign c 't>ien Th" s J^ P "^^ U ^ demal cd h rigj^ to an A •bndgemem ., i r,^ C OlUp,ibl P^vilege. One may %  rgue JJ omest,c f3l ,h ,* Mme ^ democr^. but the truth that ahonng up abro.H 0,,, i r e to erode the deJemms we pretes-T-' P^n* or tZ Li 0 1 ,U Wb ether In the tmmeSate context af f "* u rer arena of Western au/vivai.



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f. August 7, 1959 +Jewlsii tier Mian Page 5-A Tension Rises as Police Hah Demonstration %  T *4*m SMV.;-rT=e-. *- %  _ttl I ^LBBU --W Jjj %  I P %  He H Eban, former Ambassador from Israel to the U.S., gives [first pressing of a recording he made for Spoken Arts to )iel G. Ross, president of the American Friends of Hebrew rersity. Arthur Klein, head of the record firm, looks on.* ^eeds from the long playing record, a reading from Psalms I Ecclesiastes, will go to the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. fumane Law Won't fit Canada Kashruth TREAmJTA)—The CanaIjewish Congress has been I"ample assurance" by Cana%  officials that Canada's new ^e slaughter law will be adBred in a way to "protect the interests of the Jewish lity, Saul Hayes, executive r of the CJC, said this week. Houses of Parliament apthe measure after studying ENCE SHRINKS PILES lew Way IHOUT SURGERY g Sehsteece Relieves Pale -Shrinks Heaeorrhoieii {the flrat time science haa touno healing eubatance with the thing ability to ahrlnk hemor%  nd tu raliava pain—without %  a* attar caee, whila gently re pain, aotual reduction (ahrinkok plaeo. amaiing of all—reeulta were rou#h that aurrerara made aapng atatamenta lika "Pilaa hava to be a problem I" eecret la a now healing aub ( %  io-Oyna*)—diecovery of a •famoue research inititute. aubatanca la new available In >SITORY or OINTMENT FORM th. name PREPARATION H.* ar It at all drug eountara—money %  uarantee. *(ft) LONG DISTANCE MOVING all points in the country STIMATfS CHEERFULLY IVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ICE • H.K. VAN UN ES, INC. 1136 N.W. 24th Avenue. 544M MIAMI a Parliamentary Committee report which made a distinction between Shechita. which was specifically described as a humane form of slaughter, and pre-handling of food animals, which was not so described. In adopting the measure, Parlia-. ment omitted all references to Shechita and to pre-handling. leaving it to the Minister of Agriculture, D. S. Harkness, to implement the new law. Hayes said that the CJC had asked for an appointment to meet with Harkness to present tire Jewish community viewpoint on the new law. The Minister of Agriculture hat not given any indication of when he intended to begin implementing the new law. No dato has yet been set for the mooting requested by the CJC with Harkness. It was expected that Harkness would include, in his examination of data to guide him in that Implementation, the report of the special Parliamentary committee. Hayes indicated that this was one of the reasons why the CJC was seeking a mooting with the Minister of Agriculture. The CJC leader said the assurances had been received from "Cabinet Ministers, from statements in the House of Commons and from the authorities in general that the regulations which will be promulgated by the Minister of Agriculture will fully protect the interests of the Jewish community. In fact, we are advised that the declaration that Shechita is a humane method of slaughter will be included in the regulations," he stated. Hayes also disclosed that a study was under way under Jewish auspices on problems of prehandling, including shackling and hoisting. He said the view of the CJC was that "there is no scientific proof that shackling and hoisting is inhumane but if it is se proven, then the Jewish community will have to find other ways/' Complote and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE &OktmaCa 14 YiARt Of TITLB SERVICE IN DAD! COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Ttrte msereece Policies el City THte lasereeee Co. '*&£$£"" 1X4 eed IXf WOtlUMR ARCAM _,_ *£ %  "••* J!LV H1 (AHM Known Aa tM and 1*9 SeourHy Truet Company one ) Continued from Page 1-A of the Haifa riots in the North African immigrant quarters of Wadi Salib, declared that "criminal elements" are responsible for the disturbances, saying there was an "underground" directing the clashes. Arrests in Haifa alone have totalled 70 persons, it was revealed Tuesday. Of these, 59 have been remanded to jail for 15 days each, to await trial. Investigations are, being centered on efforts to find out who the "outside sources" are that are backing the rioters. Da\ vid Ben Haroush, self-proclaimed leader of the Wadi Salib immigrant group, who is under arrest, tulrl the government committee at Haifa last week he was receiving financial aid, and boasted "you'd j be surprised if you knew who is i helping us." There is a general fooling here now, following Sunday's cabinet meeting, that the government is handling the situation satisfactorily. Severe I members of the cabinet pointed out thet, while some of the new villages erected for the North African immigrants have vecant homes, immigrants are flocking into Wadi Salib, making *n overcrowded slum of the eree. The Mapai Party, whoseWadi Salib election rally Friday night was used as a pretext for the latest Haifa riot, announced Tuesday it will hold another election rally in Wadi Salib. "We will not yield to force." said the Haifa leaders of Mapai. A hint that political motivation may be behind the rioting appear ed Tuesday in the newspaper Da var, organ of the Israel Federation of Labor. Davar, supporting the "firm" action taken by the police, pointed out that the political affiliations of Mr. Ben Haroush "are well known." Mr. Ben Haroush stated recently before a governmental committee that he "favors" the program of the rightwing Herat Party. Spokesmen for Herut, on the other hand, ar blaming the police for the disturbances, alleging thet police authorities "prearranged the riot in order to squelch Ben Haroush." There ore 250,000 immigrents from North Africa in Israel, and, as the election campaign develops, there is keen competition among the various political parties for the good-will of these citizens. av -*-„ ——"o Menahem Beigin. leader of the Herut Party, opened last weekend his party's election with a speech at Kamat Can, charging the government with "the use of arms in internal difficulties," which was a reference to police actions against rioters in Haifa and other cities. He indicated in his address that this will be one of the major issues in the November elections. Another major issue which the Herut Party intends to exploit during the election campaign is the recent arms deal with Germany. 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Judqe Silver Will Attend Confab Judge Sam I. Silver has received an invitation from the Whit.' House to attend President Elsenhower's conference on traffic sal lv to be held at the American Bar Assn. convention at the Americana hotel Aug. 2 and 25. Purpose 01 the conference being conducted by Tom C. Clark, U. S. Supreme Court Justice, is to strengthen the traffic court system throughout the nation by raising it in'public esteem and mflunicip.l .Mse of West Miami for n „/ years prior to his trip I. Europe an^ Israel last y..rjnH has been the Assec.ate Judge of the court since his return. He was .he founder of •***"**£ Judges' Assn. of Dade County and served as its charter president. He was a lecturer on case prepa ration and trial procedure in in, fie courts at the last Honda SUU ing it in public esteem auu -, con(e rence co-sponence. Among other participants in tflC C jrx ^^ the program are Oov. Lertoy coi, nc Yniversity of K tins U. S. Supreme Court Justices and tMl !" > Bar Asso iorida. held annually for the benefit of all traffic court judges and proscculins, U. S. Supreme Cou Potter Stewart and William J. Brennan. and Erwin D. Canham -President of the U. S. Chamber of lor ^ !" er m on four commitCommerce. tees of the Florida Bar. he is Judge Silver served as Mumembcr of the board of directors and 0 f the courts committee 01 JNF Dinner Plans Ihe Dade Coun,y Forming Here Plans for ti.e fifth annual Jewish National Fund dinner here are already being mapped out. Sol Goldman, executive board chairman announced Wednesday. The dinner, which will be held Nov. 15. is slated for the Fontatnetleau hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti "resident of the Jewish National Fund Council nere. mis ween lequeateu that local organizations take note of the scheduled dinner the Communist Party's "agitation and propaganda" commis-, serial ,' Mr Shaikewitz said he found .1 woeful ignorance" among the Russian -leuabout Israel. | Many ol them.'' he declared, -believe what they have been told that Israel is a desert waste-! land where all the people are underfed, povertj stricken, a n d \ live under substandard conditiondooob few minutes' walk of my hotel I searched for an hour and a half and found no synagogue. I talked to people on the street, and some were Jewish—I talked to these in Yiddish. Those who speak Yiddish would start answering in Yiddish, then look behind them, and quickly change to Russian, insisting that 'all's well, we can f nd work whenever we want it.' They are just plain stared." Hr Shaiki kl that be heard protests frojn Jews in Kiev ll reports in the American is thai their synagogue had u ,1 dimn by l'ie gOVen meiit. Actually he said, he the in operation. D il open several boon each mon and e.uh evening, and services are held on the Jewish New Year Registration for the new semesanil on Yom Kippur lie was told lir a) Monhcello '' %  rk •''•>-" Onthat, during the last High Holy er ,,>,.-„„,. scn0 ol will he held manjr as 30.000 Jews pach wt ^ u j n lri>rn u ., „, to 5 P in and Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m commencing Sunday in the school building. Jack In another large city, however, Diamond, president, announced. said the JWV commander, he A I" 11 Program of instruction. including nursery, Sunday and Hebrew school, as well as Bas and Bar Mitrvah and post-Bar Mitzvah instruction, will be offered, with the school year beginning Sept. 8. Staff of teachers is under the leadership (if education director Abraham J Giticlson Irving Seidel is chairman of the school board. Enumerating various m. ish moves. Sen Keating jJJ Senate ol restrictions of g baking in various Russiai the suppression of Yaddnh persecution of persons actuj-d Zionism, and a wide %  against Jewish religious He noted that synagogues u| cow, Leningrad, and Km -allowed to remain open rial foreign visitors may see tan.' Monticello Park To Register passed through the Kiev synagogue to show that they were "still Jew i" There way and a. wrong way ^ZZSES^ Certainly you would not wail for to force you inlo taking out life drridt an emergeni-y insurance ... thi is something you COntidei calmly, and Canadian Jews fo Celebrate MONTREAL(JJTA) — Prinen Minister John G DiefenbaJter and the Premiers of ten provinces of Canada will be patrons of the bicentenary of Canadian Jewry which is being celebrated this year The celebration will begin this" autumn and continue into the spring of 1960 under the sponsor 'hip of the Canadian Jewish Co*igress. To Live in Mrjr:i Wr Behind h tn Lite f 5* PAuimf MEMOtld "Mlaar-iOatl Jeatt lcn,SeiMtri Scheduled Unveianai SUtMAY, AUGUST I, Hi) • Jewish Secfiea, Weeaflewa Park Ceaaefer, SAJUH BRILL. • •• Rjhru H I %  H SUtSDAY, AUGUST T mi. Ncae CeastMry CMAttn UCOMtf. 11 • -Rdbdi Saiauei A' MAtt HAMIS, I fM. Rabbx B Leon H"May Thri> Sossk Rpai in Eternal Petit AHAN&f MIWTS IT 9kumnmkmmomm^\ MioMi Htbrtw In. 1MB Waabinete" <* Miami ••aeh *t Mafteew RaUa-ou. togZfJ instAiLi ooMcmc e -de on after thorough investigation. Does, selection of .your family Memorial Plot mem the stSM judicious concern? Of course..That's ahi you'll oldest Perpetual __ —_. n .,ni (l -. in >oil II want to find out about Miami's knew and esl Jewih rewten t...lj> \|,, un \, |„, l.Care Fund (largest of any local Jewish cemetery), already eiceeas SMKI.IIOU Serenity and lovelmes, ,s „keynete ,,| Jir of comfort and ktapintiea f..r w,u ,,.,,,1,.. memorial of love for th-.v departed.' Detafls ,ll I,.. gladlj gnr„. ia >(IUI ,„„, u mji| M>AHrS MOST BtAUT.FUL tXCtUHVUV JEWISH OWmtl \ ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE AH Hfaifw surma rot STNACOCUIS i JfWiSN HOAtfS 1357 WASHINGTON AVL JE 1-7722 tabU Dr. Tfcor H. S| S11 Weshlnften Ae*. Aow.t Nabo Cemalary, 5505 N.W. 3rd St., Miomi, rla. 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lugust 7, 1959 +Jewish FkriJg&n Page 9-A <7L IQcJm OfJtti 9 tyni s r^eligioMs p.m. (IUMI spiritual leadAl>niham Heraon. Sermon: Our Ufa Mlrmra Our Re %  aturday S a.m. Sermon: en Word—Sacred Bond." .AEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or Rabbi H. Louis Rattman. aCOB. 301-311 Washington "odox. Rabbi Tiber Stern, auric* Mamchea. • HAEL. 13* NW 3rd ava. Rabbi Aria Becker. fR. LAH. *S5 Euclid avo. Oribbi Joeeph E. Rackoveky. %  fAY JEWISH CENTER. %  34-584. Miami. Rabbi Sama.m. at KH PW lSlh ft. >omfort and Consolation." m JHTS CENTER. 1S1S0 NW onservative. Cantor Eman3RANADA. SO NW B1st arvative. Rabbi Bernard Saturday S am. Bar sun of Mr. and Mr*. etl* SBRDALE EMANU-EL. 1*01 ewa avo. Reform. Rabbi Hanson. Cantor^ Shsrwin ACADEMY. S1S th at. Or[Rabbi Alexander Oroaa. REFORM JEWISH CON.ION. 1190 W. asth St., Palm Rabbi Nathan H. Zwltman. e —— ifOOD TEMPLE SINAI. SOW Conaervatlve. Rabbi David Cantor Vehudah Meilbreun. TE CENTER. 3l*B iW tdth snservative. Rabbi Morton ISRAEL. 141S Euclid ava. > Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield. J Abraham Salt. Ilo p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. %  lu.lldlng from PeatrucMiiavah: Allan Saul, eon Mrs. Irvinit l.lrhten. HEBREW CONOREOATION. 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi all Saville. Cantor Berelo „ p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bjsr. ,„i We Mourn." Tlsha B Ay \\ .Ineailay. Aug. It, S: k of Lamentations. ThuiaLO PARK. IBSMi at. and ave. Conservative. Rabbi shilz. p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar . p.m. Cantor Mnrchbeln to Bn the abaence of Rabbi iflueai a|iaker: Larry K. An A. tor Looks at jaturday a.m. tORE CENTER. 8S0 78th at c/ttorew v_^t>m eriation %  (glrty) paj?a nn; aOnWittiB •?# jn'j'tf nta? 1 ? ty nra *&"& ,sring Kxon KV ,p r -f Di*n y$ n intai nla^a toy n'ltf ,m t Dn ? ^? •7Ki T ftn^ eft* o^n ^a nVTi-ri ni-sa mxw njiia xrfrvft w tu*i jrtfyBNfa D| anjn -nn oass? WaiDTO^Dv 1 ? TRANSLATION Day campers In United Nations show at the Miami Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Appearing before an audience of campers and parents are (left to right) Candy Rosen, Viclri Jo Levenson and Betty Lustig. Battle Over Rabbinate Dram Fire from Israelis JERUSALEM—(JTA)—A plan to revamp the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and have one Chief Rabbi instead of an Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi and a Sephardic Chief Rabbi as at present, drew fire this week on its Mapai and General Zionist advocates. The proposal was aired shortly after the death of Dr. Isaac Halevi ze VV in this week to repudiate the UAOVAA Iho Auh1rana?i/> f'hipf Bah.-.*-_—• I .M_—A — Wl. kWlf Herzog, the Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi. Supporters of the plan contended that the institution of a dual Chief Rabbinate in effect gave le( gal recognition to the division ychudi Unterman. within the Israel community. unauthorized effort on his behalf. The move enhanced the prospects of Chief Chaplain Shlomo Goren and Tel Aviv's Chief Rabbi, Isar Who Creates the Fruit of the Tree My friend in the kibbutz of TelYosef in Emek Jezreel is a horticulture (fruit-tree) expert. When I visited him recently (of late) he set a table with various fruits in my honor, from the green and small olive to the yellow and large grapefruit. "Do you know that you will not find in many countries such a large variety of fruits as we have today in this country?" my friend turned to me. "For example?" I asked and tasted a small yellow fruit, the name of which, even, I did not know. "All the world knows that Israel grows and exports large quantities of citrus fruit: oranges, grapefruit, lemons, citrons, tangerines, etc. And of the oranges themselves, there are many varieties. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) The Mapai m* General Zionist advocates of the plan suggested that Rabbi Yitthak Nissim, the Sephardic Chief Rabbi, become the sole Chief Rabbi under their new plan. The National Religious and Herut .Parties immediately chal l e n ged the sincerity of the proposals and charged they were aimed at "weeing the Sephardi vote" in the November general elections. Haaretz, independent daily, editorially supported the present system, declaring that its abolition Though Israel is now officially in mourning for Rabbi Herzog, partisans of Rabbis Goren and Unterman are discussing their | qualifications for the post. Rabbi Goren's "liberalism" on interpreI tation of Jewish religious law was ] considered offset by his youth—he is 44—and Rabbi Unterman's scholarship by his age; he is 74. Another facet of the discussion on Chief Rabbbi Herzog's successor is consideration of establishing a minimum and maximum age for Chief Rabbis—50 years and 70 would To? "bridge"^ guF^ >-,. Friends of the two rabbis tween the two communities and have been pointing out that neithwould create new problems. An informal campaign for Rabbi S. Y. Zevvin, editor of the Talmudic Encyclopedia, as successor er has made any move to seek the post. Chaplain Goren is abroad on a United Jewish Appeal mission. Rabbi Unterman is maintaining a Monticello Names Rabbi Lipshitz Spiritual Leader Jack Diamond, president of Congregation Monticello Park, announeed Wednesday the appointment Of Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz, of Madison, Wise, as spiritual leader of the No. Miami Beach synagogue. He succeeds Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Rabbi Lipshitz attended the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago and Yeshiva University, where he was ordained in 1947. Columbia University awarded him the MA degree in philosophy in 1948. Per the past *1ve years. Rabbi Lipshitz has studied at the University of Wisconsin. Upon the completion of his dissertation in May. !•, he will be the first student at the university to receive the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the field of Semitics. Madison has been Rabbi Lipshitz' only permanent rabbinical post, where he was spiritual leader of Conservative Beth Israel Center for 12 years. In Madison, Rabbi Lipshitz was active in both the Jewish and nonJewish community, serving as president of the local ZOA, vice president of B'nai B'rith, director of the Jewish Welfare Fund and chairman of its Seminary allocations committee, member of the Rotary Club, director of Dane County Red Cross, Mayor's Commission of Human Rights, a Ministerial Fellowship, and a number of other civic and state organizations. Rabbi Lipshitz is married to the i former Miriam Lehrman, daughter | of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Lehrman, of • Detroit. Temple Schedules Holy Day Services At Auditorium To accommodate the increasing membership of Temple Emanu-El, Samuel Friedland. president, announced Wednesday -that for the third successive year the temple's High Hobday services will be held in the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. The Auditorium is air-condttioBed, and its 3,500 seats will permit teen-agers and young adults to sit next to their parents. This was previously not possible because of the Temple's limited seating capacity, Friedland explained. The Auditorium's facilities alee allow for a reserved section of the balcony for the sole u* of Temple teen-agers from 13 te 17. to the late Chief Rabbi led Rabbi scrupulous policy of inaction. MUGHTING Tim I Ab — 6:42 pun. I Conservative. Rabbi Mayar Abramowiu. Cantor Edward Klein. SOUTHWBST CBNTBR. S4I8 BW Bth at. Conservative. Rabbi Maunoo Klein. TEMPLE BETH AM. SSSO N. Kendall or., S. Miami. Reform Ftabbl HerOert Baumgard. Canter Charles Kodner. Friday 7:30 ii.m. 1* H.-nry Weeks hers to conduct *ervl<-i- In the !•ware nf ltal.nl Bauinaard. TEMPLE BETH BL. 1S4S Polk St., Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywaod. trtS Menree at Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Canter Erneet Schreiber. Friday t p.m. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowlts, new education director, will officiate. Saturday a. m. TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisb Cantor David Convlaer. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Oroas berg. Firm service In the Temple'e Slew buildingFriday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Thou Shalt Erect a Sanctuary I n to ate." Onea Mia boat hoata: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kals. In honor of the Itar Mltsvah of their aon: Mr. and Mr rhlllp Herman. In honor of the marriage of their aon. Melvln. to M:a Enid Struaaer. daughter of Mr. and Mm. Mas Struaaer. Sunday, Aug. S Saturday • a.m. Sermon: "Joined in New Bra." Bar Mltsvah: Steven Kats e TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahing ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor larael Reich. Friday S:S0 p.m. Saturday t a.m. Scrim.n: "W.-Kly I'or I Ion." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1ST NB 1Sth St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 1:15 p.m. in Jacob II Kapla n Chapel. TEMPLE JUDEA. SS0 Palermo ava Liberal. Rabbi Morrla Shop. CantoHerman Gottlieb. Friday H:15 p.m. Sermon"Jewlata Bthlca In Iially Living." CStadli aing: Mra. A. Pavld Ooldberg and Mrs. Hany Cohen Saturday Minonyalre a.m. Regular service 10:S0 u.lll. TEMPLE NER TAM1D. SOth at. ano Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Comberg. e TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1I10C NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benne M. Wallach. e — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. SSI Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi Leo Hum. h i.lto 1:11 p.m. Cantor Saniurl Irvine will conduct aervloe In absence uf Rabbi Helm. O TEMPLE ZIOM. 8720 8W 17th St Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman. Friday S:S0 p.m. Saturday S a.m. Junb>r sarvteea to follow. TIFERETH ISRAEL. S5O0 N. Miami ava. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Olantz. Friday S:S0 p.m. :30 a.m. The speciallydesigned Ark and pulpit fiUings will be utilized as in the past, to create the sanctity of synagogue atmosphere in the Auditorium, according to Friedland. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will officiate at all services. Cantor Israel Reich will-chant, assisted by the Temple choir. Seating arrangements for the High Holidayservices are now in progress at tho Temple office. To Rebuilt? Rush. Shul WORMS, Germany—(JTA)— A Bnouncetnent was made here this week that the cornerstone will be laid this month for the reconstruction of the famous old Rashi Synagogue, which was destroyed by Nazis during the Crystal Night in November of 1938, when Jewish houses of worship were burned down. The Rashi synagogue, buU by the same artisans who had erected the Worms Cathedral, dated back to the Twelfth Century. The reconstructed synagogue will be built in accordance with thB style in which the .original had been designed. This city now has only two Jews residing here. Prior to the Hitler era. the Jewish population of Worms totalled 1,100.



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August 7. 1959 +Jeisti fhrAfiw Page 11-A PMCM BY HENRY LEONARD "No, David, the person who visits all Jewish homes at this time on Passover night is Elijah \ NOT Superman!" LIOAL NOT1CI Cf. m; t—mm MM* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HICK is HEREBY OIVBN that jn lersigned. desiring to engage In i. -* under the fictitious name of .< CAFE at HUSO Mini R.md. Mli intend* to register **td with the Clark of the Cl null n ,f l>. ICounty, Florida. MRS WANDA I.ADt SKY bM* OWMT SI BR, OARS IH'TIl Applicant \ it 81 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW DTICK in HEREBY GIVEN that a. dealrins to engage i" In -s under the flctltioua name of BCRDHEIM HARDWARE CO., not I., at Ml N.W. Tlst Street, Miami. Ida Intends to register Mid name of the Circuit Court • %  ., county, Florida. fclA.V ERDIIRIM "•"•' owner 1 \iiVS K KltDTlKIM "ef. ..ner MAN < Of d.DSTF.IN %  w Flagler Bi.. Miami, Fla lleglstrant 1-11 7.14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER %  ICTITIOUS NAME LAW PICK is HBRBBT OIVEN that .jderstgned. dealrlng to engage In esB under the fictitious name* of EE HONUSTEIIS also Dl'NOADARLINOB at HMMi Bay l>rlve. I Beach Intend* to regiater aaW ulih the Clerk of the Circuit |rt of Dade County. Florida. KAREN RECORDS INC. i Florida rrallon |." N A F'RIEDMAN Pftr Ai-plleant \ M. itldg. T ii .u-ti.in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW | i: l-i HBRBBT OIVBN that ige in • M VI RERV1CI •;i> Ulaml, l ig %  cierl, ..I it %  %  I • I NRT K. KOLLOWAY Hi r l-M-M CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AM. To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, OREETINOS: Where**, EDWARD J. JAPHB MIAMI BEACH, Fl.oltll'A. ANITA I JAI'IIK. MIAMI BBACH, FLORIDA. NANCY U. KNOBBL, Bl'RFKlDE, FLORIDA did on the sih day .if Ortoher, AH. 1 to he Incorporated under the provlaloDi of Chaptar IN. Florid.. Btatutos, ANIETJ INCORPORATED corporation, with it' principal place of business nt MIAMI. DADE COlTNTTi In the Stale of MorIda. anil whereas the proper officer* of MMII corporation did on Hi. day of Julj i to be filed In the office of the SeeV. t.n\ of State of the State of Florida. authenl rated • evolution adopted h> the stockholder* under Ihi p ovtaiow I Chaptar 6iei. Florida Statute*, -.-lut ion of MI* ii corpora UOM \.' therefore, the fsecretan of state do** herebj certify to ihe foraging and that he Is aatlafted that the i menta of law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto act mv'hand and have affixed the fTreat Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahas*ee. Ihe Capital, thla the THIRTIETH da) of JULY, AH II (eal) R. A OKAY S.-.Tctary of State 8/7/59 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 59CM1* III-I. MILLER, Plaintiff. EDWlN MILLER, I >efeniliiiit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, BOW IN Mil.I.EH. 7'. White Oak Street. New Rochelle. New York. .ire herel>\ required to aerve your Anawer to the Complaint for Divorce filed agalnat you, on NoKMAN K. SCHWARZ, one Lincoln Itoad Building, Miami Beach. Florida, ClaliiUffs Attorney, and file the original of sild An*war in the office of the Clark or the above court on or before August 17, l5, otherwise the complaint ahull lie taken na confessed. IioNK ihiii 14th dav of July. K It LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida By*: C. P. COF'EI.ANI". (aeal) Deputy Clerk. NORMAN K, SCHWARZ Attorney for Plaintiff 7/17-24-11,1/7 CIRCUIT COURT, nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, OA.DE COUNTY. ORIDA. CHANOEBY No. 5C 6685 \N. I, AH lol.ADI AN, I '.jet. NfcTICE BY. PUBLICATION of, NICHOLAS PoLAMAN I. i -• % % %  San 1'leL % %  in i f notified to aerve a copy of your lawer to the Complaint on plaintiff* r orn->. BNGEL A HOl'REN, 305 ne l.nildliiK. Miami. Ha., and oclnal with Clerk of above named on or l.efnre Au*it*t IT %  %  Coinii'aint will be onfeaeed %  July 13. |M| i: B LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court, iHnie County, Florida Bj : C. P. COP EUAN U. eal) Deputy Clerk. T/17-tt-fl, */7 BUY INTO AMERICAS NEXT UPWARD SURGE Of PROFITS WITH THESE 5 KEY STOCKS When you buy the** 5 great dlverained companie* you buy into America coming new profit* boom became they are engaging in and pn/itmt m 31 of the Nation'* mow promising induurin! Special Study ihow. how to protect your portfolio and act the nag* for eaciUng long-trrm capital gaea poteatial throMh buying ike 5 Mock* w the (ollowfci ratio(biy mo CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. CHANCERY No. 59C 7309 KV1-: MAE TEMPLE, Plaintiff. IE JOHN TEMPLE, l •. fendanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOV, OBDRUE JOHN TKMl'1,1:. 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Florida H S GRUBER FRESIDENT GEORGE J TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN 'Of THE BOARD NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No 5IC 57 LOIM8E K Cl'RRY. PUlntlff. va. VICTOR HENRY CL'RRT. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: VICTOR HENRY CL'RRT. Defendant 1218 South Division Street Peekaklll. N.Y. You, VICTOR HENRY CCRRY. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed agalnnt you. and you are required to %  ease a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff** Attorney*, SMITH & HANDLER, 407 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Anawer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the CTrcklt Court on or bef the 14th day of August. lS.'.H If you fail to do *o, Judgment by default will lie taken against yotj lor the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Thl* notice shall be published oni %  •• each week for four consecutive week* in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. I ii i.N'K AN|i ORDERED at Miami Florl la, this 13th day of Julj \ D I-: B i.KATMKltMA.N-. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, I R II RICE, JR., (•Ml) l ieputy 'lein. SMITH \ M VN1H.KK 1"7 Ml Miami Beach, Florida Attorney* for Plaintiff T'17-24LEOAL NOTICE IN THS CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND J/OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No HC 7161 JOHN M HYl.A.NH. Ptahitlff, va. ALICE fiORRAINE HYLANJJ, Defendant ORDER TO APPEAR Yin'. Al.ici; LORRAINE I|YI.\NH. ll*l0 Vleter Ave., Klinhinsi. New York. are hereby notified to file your answer to the t-omplalnt for divorce filed against you with the Clerk of the circuit Court and serve a copy thereof iilH.n Claude M Carries. Il>2 Calumet Bldg.. Miami 32. Fla.. attorney for plaintiff, on or before the 31*t day of August. 1*59. otherwise the complaint taken aa confessed by you. July 21. l.'i>. i: li LBATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court By: JOAN S.N'KKHEN. Denutv Clerk. 7/31. 8/7-14-21 will be Dati 'I (seal) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bnalneea under the fictitious name of MALANOA BAR gt 30S4 Northwest Seventh Street Intends to regieter said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANK I iKNN ISl iN-intf** LEW ISoN A FREED Attorneys for Petitioner 40< Industrial National Bank Kldg. 7/l. H/7-14-21 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of sros-ru-i.rns at iTTS N-W. Mth St.. Miami. Fla., Intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, l-iorlda NIOHT AMi DAY. INC. HAROLD A. OREENE Attorney for Night ft Day. Inc. 7/31. M'7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualni B* under 4he fictitious name of PIIK OOLDEN UJE AITS* at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beads, FTg Intend to rerlster MM name with the Clerk of the Clu-iilt Court of Dade County, Florida JACK and ol.CA KAHN 121 11th St Miami Beach. II • 7/17-24-31. '7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage to business Under Ihe hctftlOU* name of KUMORAMA Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Ciruit Court of I'aiie County, Florida. SI.IM-'U-SKI.I'. INC HAROLD A GREENE Attorney for Bllm-Ur-Betf law 7 ||, T-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE ESTATE CONVAIJBSCENT NlllSlNC, RESIDENCE al IWS5 8-tV S"th Street, Bouth Miami. Florida Intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade Count) Pol la ll< iBERT II SYKES Sola GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN Alt.ne • -H'Hiit Miami. Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the uodorBlenest, daedrhM to enmige in buRlnea* under the fictitious nan I STATE Mi 'inn M'.K intend* • 1 ni • 1th the Clerk of thcircuit Court of I ialCount; Florida. SYI.VIX \v FRIEDMAN, S.le owner M. RAY FRIEDMAN All. i li. -v for Applicant i: lad AYI r/St, I T-14-21 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ••JPH/*/' ficrkflar solicits your legal nodes*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate gervice at legal pastes • • e Phone FR 4-4366 lor meeeenger service LESAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undeilgned. dealrlng to engage in busines* under the fictitious name of MIAMI BEACH HEALTH CLTB at Miami Beach. Dade County. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT E. GILL, Sole owner THEODORE M TRCSHIN Attorney for Albert E. Gill d/b/a MUmi Beach Health Club LEGAL NOTICB NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HKiOINS MFG. CM. at 10r, Eaat 41t Street, Hlaleah. Fla.. intend to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County. Florida. HUGH H COOPER MYRTLE O, COOPER FRANKLIN D. OODBN MARTHA OODEN AI.VIN F OODEN MARX* FABKIt Attorney fur Aptillcanta Oeavrreag Bid,. T /| T .Mi.i/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, deslrinit to engage In business under the fictitious name %  •' RAV-ON MORTOAOE intendto ragaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. SYI.VI \ W FRIEDM \N. Bole iwner M RAY FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant • s/T-u-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 6913 PATRICIA M LEVITT, Plaintiff, v.* EDWARD II LEVITT. 1 lefeti.l.int SUIT FOR DIVORCE p.i EDWARD H LEVITT 111 F'alls Street. Niagara Fglla, New York v., EDVf \I'.D M LEVITT .ne hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed again.-t you, and you are required to eerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff* Attorney*, OOLDMAN. ft GOLDBTEIN, ISM West Flagler Street. Miami. Florida and file the original Anawer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or bathe 24th day of August. 159. If •all to do so. Judgment by defa 111 will be taken against yog for the relief demanded 111 the Bill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four conee> utlre week* In THE .IKU'lSll Kl.. mil >l AN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, 1-l.rida, this 21st day of July, A.D. | B 1. K\TI IK I'.MAN. Clerk. .it Court. Dad.County. I laeal) B M W BTOCKIN Deputy Clerk. K >LDM \N ,v GOLDSTEIN Attorney* for Plaintiff IJOJ w -• Flagler street ,:"., 7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N that Minis ,v Thorn n Mi ng ''" I'nlncnrp rated i | Fioi Id • intend to li-rk of i '..unt.i. la. M l M s J l'Al'l. THi MAS 14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is* HEBEBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DOWNTOWN REAL ESTATE Langford Building intends to sanl n.line with the cieik of the Circuit Cwirrt of Dade County, Florida. .1 \MKS J. McVEIOH, Sole Own. r l/IMI, I T-U NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl> • II Ii \\ .rt In the I tl of the ALFRI PON "' ,N In il.i >BJ IS I'l iNTi i.N s wife RICHARD Al Tsui i BR, Atton I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 7360 Iti.SKl.l.A McBCRROWS, Plaintiff, vs. I. B McBCRIlOWS. Iiefend.int SUIT FOR DIVORCS To I. 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LOt'LS EBGER Sole Owrter T/f.4-31. 1 1-14 NOTICE UNDER • FICTITIOUS NAME LAW WOTICa 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bu'ineea under the fictitious name of WHEEL BRAKE SERVICE OF MIAMI at 2701 N.W. 38th Street Intend* to reglater *ald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida VICTOR Ql'INT. Sole Owner 7 14-11, Re,.!* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fletltlou* name of NEW YORK LUNCHEONETTE at 1849 Btwa>ne Boulevard. Miami Shore* intend* to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. EMANl'EL AREAS, Sole Owner 7/31.1'7-14-lt ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATtON OWJTFMT9 Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery In South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at Fit Il.tfiG N



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bJOCIAUJE Relaxing Nat and Suki Williams taking it easy at home beside their own pool Their three children are really covering the waterfront Gibbie is touring Europe, Herbie is the photographer at the Tarleton, and Bryna is drama counselor at Camp Birchwood in Vermont Architect Morris Lapidus and wife Beatrice back Aruba in the Dutch Indies After the Charlie Jacobsons he Dominican Republic, there was a bombing After they %  aiti there was another bombing ... A shooting followed their Eture from Kingston They finally decided on a policy of Kind let live: Charlie and Ruth quit their island hopping in Same of peace, and came back to their Garlenda home in B Gables, bearing with them two signed pieces of mahogany Bture %  fr. and Mrs. Joseph (Anne) Upton—he's the Dade Federal Kent—of 651 W. 47th St., are grandparents again Born Itorney Marshall and Harriet Harris a son, Steven Matthew, 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital Steven Matthew's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. (Dorothy) Harris, 1140 98th St., Bay Harbor ie Liptons also have a granddaughter, Debbie Sue, whose are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald (Mickey) Lipton, of Coral Gables. Ir. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers off for a month's vacation in Carolina* With them are Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg, children and pups Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt (Carolyn) lan and sons Harry and Bernard are off North to attend a reunion and the golden wedding anniversary celebration of arents in Troy, N.Y. ... On their way back, they'll stop in ugton, D.C., to visit Carolyn's brother, "Advertising Age" Carolyn is secretary to Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple Bernhardt's scoutmaster of Troop 64 at the Temple entally, Jeffrey Ehrlich, son of Mrs. Ethel Ehrlich, 711 Tiz! is accompanying the Chesman clan Ethel's also a Temludea staffer. €€€>*> )r and Mrs. Leon (Ida) Eisenman, of Hialeah. just returned i a month's sojourn in Europe, where he attended two medical entions Their first point of destination was Killarney, Irehere he was a convention delegate to the Irish Medical representing the Dade County Academy of General Practice, kich he is president Itinerary also covered London, HolSwitzerland and Italy, followed by an international medical tntion in Paris lien on to Madrid, where the Eisenmans started their flight via Guest Airlines Children Eugene and Esther (Sugar) ending the summer at Camp Blue Star, Hendersonville Herb (Vi) Buxbaum and Mrs. Ted (Kay) Lingaton, of bah, are attending the 32nd national convention of the Jewish rVeterans Auxiliaries at the Statler-Hilton hotel in New York yeek Vi is chaplain of the Hialeah-Miami Springs JWVA and State Department guard Kay is on the national ory board While there, Vi will also visit her parents, Mr. rs. Zachary Saltzman, of Brooklyn ... • i. Edith Kapell, of Pass-a-Grille Beach, Fla., is visiting her Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and director here of the la Outdoor Forum Son William Kapell is the late interilly renowned concert pianist, whose musical interpretations Drds are still among the definitive piano performances illiant young piano virtuoso met a sudden and tragic death ears ago in a plane crash near San Francisco, while returning a rave concert tour in Australia Only five minutes from ("rancisco, the plane crashed against the side of a mountain is the only American on the plane. > lax Orovitz. president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, takes the wellpath between New York and Moscow this week He's ted back at the end of the month Also due for a month's ion is Mt. Sinai executive director Samuel Gertner Muriel Pick lending her fabulous hat collection to the leading lady slid Gold Cadillac" opening Tuesday at Studio M In. Charles Greefield and daughters, Mrs. Albert Seiden and Shirley Greenfield, all of Miami Beach, sailed July 29 from York on the Excaliber for a 41-day cruise to Spain, Italy, ce. Lebanon and Egypt Mrs. Irving Greenfield hosted a %  yage luncheon for the trio at her Lakeview dr. home Satwith table decorations featuring flags of the different tries they'll be visiting Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., are Mr. [Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kotkin, Mr. and Sanford Kramer, Dr. and Mrs. Saul Goldman and family, Mr. [Mrs. Max Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. S. Richard Rubin and Mr. j Mrs. J. J. Segal. and Mrs. Louis (Bertha) Bernstein, of Hialeah, have as jests their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Weiss, inddaughter, Andrea (Andi) Pearl Bertha is program in of Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood J. C. stands for cousinly concern Irma Herman has as her eguest her cousin, Mrs. Jules (Ruth) Reinis and son, John, that other state (California) Irma says it would be nice tport they hadn't seen each other in 25 years Truth is that entertained Irma three yean ago in her Pacific Coast • • • [The Fan* contingent, Myra and Aaron, Manning and Ruth, -tag all over the Biltmore Terrace when they stopped in to lie Cuban Revue the other night ... It wasn't a celebration .. 1 keeping Manny and Ruth from being homesick for Havana [The former Judith Susan SoUoway and her husband Elliot Kleiman are still talking about friends who hosted lhem at nuptial receptions Mn. Jay J. Lynn did honors at a coffee M* home, 250 South Shore dr. Also Mrs. Daniel Sepler at Lakeview dr. home Not to mention a handkerchief shower liss Lynn Schwartz at her place in Bay Harbor The couple, living in Camden, N.J., when Elliot's an electronics engineer RCA, an grateful for the receptions which wen all whirlaffairs in light of the fact that their originally-scheduled 6 wedding was suddenly moved ahead to July 3. [On the JWV Convention Front: Mr. and Mn. Hy Morris off tttham Town Hy's past Florida State Commander ... As president of theJUnited Nations Assn. of Greater Miami, he 11 [be in conference with UN executives ngarding the 11th anniCenrinuod on Paps 7 8 d.nu ornan s IJUorU Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday, August 7. 1959 Section 3 Cedars Women Plan Groundbreaking Women's Auxiliary of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will meet at the Coral Gables home of Mr. and Mrs. David Rifas Tuesday. The group will organize planning committees for the hospital's groundbreaking due sometime in October, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary president, revealed this week. Also to be planned is a giant inaugural, ball and dinner dance Nov. 14 at the Everglades hotel, marking the launching of construction of Cedars of Lebanon, a voluntary, non-profit, non-sectarian community hospital. Named chairman of the groundbreaking committee is ,Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. Mrs. Jacob Colsky and Mrs. Herschel Leschel are coordinating plans for the inaugural ball. Mrs. Alfred Reich, recently elected president-elect of B'nai B'rith Women, District 5. has been invited to represent the organization at a meeting of the President's committee for traffic safety and to participate in a national conference on "Law and the Layman" at Miami Beach Aug. 24 and 25. Miami Hebrew School to Register Registration for Miami Hebrew Congregation religious school will begin Sunday morning at 9 a.m. Weekday hours will be 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., with the Friday and Sunday schedule 9 a.m. until noon. Registration will be conducted in the congregation's upstairs office at 1101 SW 12th ave. School will commence Sept with all classes conducted in the air-conditioned facilities of Miami Hebrew Congregation. Classes begin at 3:30 p.m., with each grade meeting on a three-day week basis, and win be held for beginners, intermediates and advanced students, as well as post Bar Mitzvah. The school is staffed with certified teacben, licensed by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Rabbi Herschell Saville, spiritual leader of the congregation, will serve aa education director. Sunday school will commence Sept. 13, with classes from kindergarten through confirmation. All Sunday sessions start at 9 a.m. The three-story, completely airconditioned hospital will be situated on a six-acre site provided by the county commission west of NW 12th ave. on 14th st. The first floor will contain facilities such as the emergency room, physical therapy, dietary department, laboratories, X Ray and surgical facilities. In addition, administration offices, central supply, maintenance and supply section, and medical records depaitment will be located on the ground floor. The second and third floors, totaling a primary capacity of 108 beds and 30 bassinets, will be used for patienl treatment areas. Cost of the proposed three-story building is estimated to be $1,885.000, which is being raised by the sale of interest-bearing bonds and Women Delegates Leave for Confab NEW YORK—Chsya Surchin, president of Pioneer Women, the Labor Zionist Organization of America, departed early this week for Stockholm tp attend the fourth plenary assembly of the World JeVvish Congress". Mrs. Surchin was joined in Stockholm by Mrs. Israel Goldstein and Mrs. Meyer Brown, national board members, who comprise the Pioneer Women delegation to the Congress. Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America, through its sister organization in Israel, the Working Women's Council, has established and maintains a network of social service installations including children's homes, day nurseries, rehabilitation centers for immigrant women and gjrls, vocational and trade schools, agricultural youth villages, training schools, special clubs for Arab women, and more than 200 training centers in frontier villages. N. Shore Ladies Slate Barbecue Sisterhood of North Shore Jewish Center will sponsor a Saturday night social in the form of a barbeque-swim party at 8 p.m., at the Johnina hotel. There will be swiming, dancing and card games. An out-door berbeque will be served at 10 p.m. Arrangements are being made by president Mn. Al Mechlowitz. ways and means vice president Mn. Frank Nankin, Mn. Sam Belsky, Miss Blanche Posmentier. and Mrs. Jean Weisbord. A regular monthly board meeting will be held Sunday, 10 a.m., at the North Shore Jewish Center, with Mrs. Mechlowitz presiding. HUT* t Off OVUStAS MfS. NATHANM UVIN contributions from Dade county residents. Some $750,000 in bonds have already been purchased here, wiih approximately $15,000 in interest recently returned to bond holders, most of which was promptly paid back by holders into the Cedars of Lebanon fund. The original Cedars of Lebanon Hospital plans provide for a sixstory building, and it is contemplated, at a future date, to erect additional facilities to provide a bed complement of 58 more beds on each of the three new floors", or a total of 174 additional beds. The three-story structure should be completed and ready for occupancy the early part of 1980. and the final construction phase will be completed as the funds become available. Zionists Name Committee Chiefs Committee chairmen for the Miami-Gables Zionist District were announced Wednesday by J. David Liebman. president. Named were Morris Simon, membership retention; Irving Wolf, new membership enrollment; Sidney Sachs, American Zionist Fund; Sam Levine, Israel projects; Moo Meyer, program; Isadora Dickman, education. — Mrs. Morris Simon, publication and publicity; Mrs. Murray Levine, youth activities; Mn. Mack Stein, Jewish National Fund; Morris Rudnick, Israel Bonds; Murray Levine, United Jewish Appeal; Harvey Sootin. World Zionist A/fairs; Mrs. I. B. Sachs, telephone; Mn. David Nerov, sunshine; and Mn. Harvey Sootin, hospitality. Liebman also appointed the following delegates to the 62nd annual ZOA convention Sept. 10 to 13 in New York City: Mr. and Mn. Louis Rudnick, Mr .and Mrs. Morris Simon, Mr. and Mn. Sidney Sachs; Mr. and Mn. I. B. Sachs, Mr. and Mn. Seymour B. Liebman, Mr. and Mrs. J. David Liebman and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levine. Girls to Work On Kibbutz I Ti Two Miami girls are going to "rough" it in Israel for the next six months. They are Miss Sherri Takce, daughter of Mr. and Mn. George Takce, 2383 Alton rd., and Miss Maxine Brandeis. daughter of Mr. and Mn. Leo Brandeis, 1605 Pennsylvania ave. Sherri is a June graduate of the University of Miami, with a Bachelor's degree in television. While at the U of M, she put in valuable time as an assistant program director at WCKT-TV her*. Maxine holds a Bachelor's degree in education from the University of Florida. The girls will live and work at Beit Hashita Kibbutz in Israel. After their six-month stint, they plan to spend a half year in Europe before returning home. They leave from New York Aug. 23.



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m Page 2-B fJe^istfksUlari Frld Y. ht mi || %  r Three generations of Burmese Jews — David Sassoon and family — pause in Boston on the first leg of their journey toward resettlement in Seattle. Wash., through the sponsorship of United Hias Service, worldwide migration agancy. Arriving six days late from Calcutta, India, because of a monsoon on the Arabian Sea, the newcomers were assisted on their westward way by representatives of the agency (standing left) and Boston Section of the National Council of Jewish Women (standing right). The Sassoon family fled Burma at the time of the Japanese occupation during World War II and were living as stateless persons in India. The Jewish Family and Child Service of Seattle is helping the Sassoons resettle there. Most of Poland's Jews Pray for Out By DAVID MILLER JTA Warsaw The road leading from the railroad junction of Auschwitz in southern Poland is marked by an occasional arrow reading "Museum." On in" asphalt road dozens of cars and buses pass each week. % %  > c • the townspeople stare at the stream .i~ if the vls> itors were intruders from anothi r world The 12.000 villagers of A rhwiti kno of two reasons to come to their damp, inar-hy home. One is to gel to Cracow, the medieval Polish fortress 30 miles :.\vay and untouched by the war. The other i> the more likely —to see at first hand the furnaces of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Poles, Germans, Americans, Japanese—a vast galaxy of humanity — continue to stream to the bare remains of the notorious camp at the rate of 800 a week. There isn't much left, just enough to stir the imagination. Outside the wooden gate, on the dirt parking lot adjoining a Polish military barracks, a bus Thll :• r'lr KCOnd arhcie frem P and hv Dtivxd Millc %  Telegraphic Agency who u now lourii Mlllf! IN ; : l load of Polish farm workers (bed and talked over I of hoi .soup and sausagi On conducted tours, groups "f 20 to 30 walked through th. mainm.u brick barrack.-, sau the gas chamber-, the ovens (recon-' structed after the originals were torn down by the Soviet Army in January. 19451. the preserved human hair, the crutches, the suitcases, the solitary cells, the firing squad, the railroad vouch ers. the lf?ts of victims, the gas pellet cartridges. In a small reception hut. visitors are asked to write their reaction in a thick volume filled with messages in many languages. Just opposite the hut stands the gallows where Rudolf Hess, the Nazi commandant of Auschwitz, was hanged after sen-, tencing by a Polish court. It was 19 years ago last month (June 4, 1!M0) that the first shipment of 700 unknowing victims arrived in Auschwitz from Cracow. Some 4.000.000. including 2.000.ooo Jews, were to perish at this. • of all Nazi camps Poles n ber? Do they remember the Jl hu Do they -hare a no," an i ly Polish Jew in '•' The ,u has no i k land and the Poles don't want us." Hiopinion is voiced by many, for the life of the Jew in Poland Today is, at best, an uncertain NtlStl The loa-n i.overnmertt^ has from time to time eased emigration restrictions to Israel. Two red immigrants, most of them from Poland, arrived in Haifa the middle of June, the -hipment in several ueckBut all Polish Jews who wait for the day of possible movement fear the reversal of policy and the weight of government offices slowing them down. Most dread th* possibility of being designated important enough to be detained in Poland. Those who once worked for the government wait OV*n than the rest for specially clearances. Th* middle-aged <(• rector of a Jewish-sponsored training school in Warsaw has boon waiting two years far a passport. The workshops of the school, alongside the only synagogue in Warsaw, are crowded with men and women learning weaving, electrical repair work and small machine operations. Some study to keep busy and others to find a better job Some said they were learning i trade "to be able to do something important in Israel" The traditional reply of Jews in Poland today, when askthe) are, is a simple. 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Now the Uni*, i, dairy recogniied by the moeit as th* "Religious i tho Mosaic Religion." The "Jewish" was avoided t noto any vestige of "i*~ fionoiism." ^ At present, the governnw,) gone out of its way to strate the cultural (reet Polish Jews. Courses fora] training of actors for the YoMl State Theater have been SUM I Despite Western inflaea^l Jewish Communists earl J strong hold on the life e(M Jewish community of 33.001 The majority of Poland d U*i, Postr-wi, UUmi, leloffMr Krhpi!, Fi-nHwrtoti f4m*9n,b9Holt*** delicious JoWwklWs, si** HOT* COLD



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Jtnfast 7.1*. Germans Go on Trial for Terrorism %  P ogw3-B tFURT -(3TA)— Trial of If ice of Prosecution announced this .nns charted with terrorii-1 week. Jewish family in Koeppern i The defendant* will be tried oa is year wUI start on Octocharges of libel, bodily injury pfore an extended frank, property damage, misdemeanor court, the Frankfurt Of-1 and coercion and disturbing the pease. On* of the defendants may also ho triad an a charge of public condonation of Nazi crimes. The indictment was based oa a systematic boycott jf_ .terrorii a tion of Kurt Sumpf, an Israel cltisea, by youthful hooligans after he opened a cafe last year in Koeppern, a small town in the Taunus Mountains. Mr. Sumpf had charged that Koeppern police had not only railed to protect him from I hit tormentors but bad stood by [approvingly at, three of the defendants assaulted him. Recently he dosed bis cafe and moved to Frankfurt He said he bad done so because his eight-year* old son had come home front school one day and asked bit fatber: "Is it a crime to be a Jew?" The father said he feared hi* son .might be injured by scaeolmat -s. HOUSEWIFE Buy only these 4 fine products of Colgate-Palmolive • •. everything you need for Kitchen, Laundry, Bathroom ALL 4 KOSHER PARVE WITH MIRACLE CHLORINE BLEACH New A {ax wipes off stains faster than any other type of cleanser! Fresher, cleaner smell! Safe for hands! Whitening miracle on sinks and rubs! Brightening miracle on poo and pans! "Self Starting" Ajax starts.to work even before you start to rub!! NEW FAB WITH DURATEX $ Gives you a MOISTURE-PROOF BOX of '//'it ii i n v v| 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;. tmr all your mtst mmd dmry dishes. LIQUID VEL o "INSTANT" MSHWASMNw Of YOOt MIAT AND DAllY DISHfS New pink liquid VEL gives yoo "Instant" dishwashing. You simply sosk d isk as — hardly need a dish cloth ... rsek them up to drip dry ... than stmh them away sparkling clean. Kosher and parve. Cats in seconds. Mild as a VEL Yet, Vcl is Kosher and Parve for all your washing up gets dishes, glassware and silver sparkling clean and bright without wiping. So gentle for stockings, lingerie, wool, And so kind to hands!



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^ Page *-B +Jemist HrrHtor I •t 4 Tt *Y-****•> M lOlS flAlll.W 11>>U C V -jI saaS IBS SRI saos riirxi — %  al. B Mks tta: ccnaa namliil steps are a order rf we are ewer ** %  don ssi oar ihai I %  dnsnx rue. He r* are sew that stay help w or se the process The BBUBWB aft* far as i—m a fr afasahl he a: Jeas: 21 far boys aw! IS far prk H the ta w eiieves a boy jader 21 is ta> uamanare anc tan efaW ish lo he e a u a aerl weh either TOOBC. or wcx the I—-of a abas of wfaskey or a hccie of heer eves ihirafh he has fas aaren: s aa a— wa l the* sarea: ieas 21 before he i* aliened to ssarry 2. EstaWio*. a UHess some aueapt ct fenrcy ir oar iranage iaws by the s-.a-.es. any aaeapt to run nape nilafai will pro** hanke AM eonpat has u fa u evade the lav fa a state wnh fass nc*d %  fa There are mo sound arguments igiamr a marriage law far faafi1 II except that e wiE aerests as "mamage %  St" Samiy if Congress car pass bankruptcy acts sad sadfara aaotiiliii, astrnaent law n can pass a stance tha: will place reamages oc a Bare efasafaBl oasat • to* acton* sad .of w n % %  %  ** •*•* % • skfl B > trade or craft over of Tt aad discipline to while to obtain a license eaares a loo* period Thy. them, secant we think of aaamage wsthoat a real wtueh Bake far marital Mamage adeec. the only art I know of that araetarod wshaK aay preparauoB at all where -ne tat or nus fastest a act oaly condoned by sonet; fat receives IU taest approval as well. It is ery sack late prac a sargeor f knde to the first Baa we Beet **4 anting hua ts remove an infected nnl hkadder (fanossfa. parents are ibe best sosrees far thesr veaasier*' preparauoc for mar• irn, 'too* aaagethe? too many parents either eaaaot or wiE sot prvnde needed instruction and in fad otVt need theasefaes to he reeducated Thai's why fags schoafa aad toltgei most take over Any course a the pup a rat tan far marriage should incade as a %  IMBIISI what to look for in a mate, wsat owe has a right to expect of mamage. the psyrhofagy of met aad wonnn. m-laws. the analyse of roaaaatae JBanaa. the haaeymoon. sex in maraad origin and nature of jealousy %  ifmi period fa faaa— the porria* and ttw actual ceremony ration to am ran i the nr of the ippla nr *"fcaB true of the i aai ll. r trae of a aaaher of tra d fi Barbers, paanbers aad he— IIIISJI i erne oaly a few rnaapirT by a coapetese hoard with a right of appeal to the courts a case the an pii cat mr. a njez The Fjonda law of %  waiting period— throughout the — is whoBr aadequa'.e U research in mar waled izy.t^.1 -.: tu revealed that the period of courtship and engagement %  fan i|in in chances of marital happi. •> -ir* aan ipei d praaa aai %  da> tae boy and girl have had no real op la explore each other's persona. aad>e month waiting or mount, o**" Perad would cLscourage mi tpoafaae aamaces whxh ought neer to lake place in thf Mrs. Max M. Rowenberg. ot Women's American URT. has been designated chairman ot the 15th biennial national convention ol the organization in the Mayflower hotel in Washington. DC. Sept. 21 through 24. The convention will deal with women's responsibilities in snippod of the expanding global ORT program of technical training and education kx uprooted and underprivileged lews of the world. Some 1.000 delegates will attend. Holsum Offers Two New Breads Fuchs Baking Company, of So. ; Miami, bakers of Holsum bread and table treats, introduced twoi new bread varieties this week. The specialty breaus. Real Jew-j ish Rye and Real Pumpernickel are made from authentic old-world recipes and feature the large-sued slices and zesty flavor that have made these breads popular. Both carry the Holsum label. Considerable work was done by the Holsum research staff in adapting the recipes to modern bakery operation without sacrithe texture, flavor and appearance of hand-baked bread. Holsum Real Jewish Rye and Real Pumpernickel are now available in groceries and super marit the area —S T. Bliaded veteran. ^ ^ oftbe country nvH *l weak to atlenti the tajT convention ( rh j^ erans Assn.. which gaZ? £"**• 'he &rjLV Tweaaay night. BV'A their wives, and guests v. uu five day, of aaJ? t saehsdfa, haatoS 1 paael d as c aw iu ns -nT Role of the BVA" and in Reviewas well ,< „_, climaxed b> the closfaT^ —d dance Saturday ^ HWrY UK AFFAI Cbriasaby V. BO %  %  a r t •Mtir.fa. UM %  aelaia i ta mo M n ( ry Saaoa*. kin a ft— M aat kt •a affair to %  • „j ^ Miaad Boack'i nui diniiw uZ\ of k a a iiii i KEW rACOJTli for ofaewroaa fsBruw...( nat Pulria Port/ to • Graai ad for f au lts or ao... w a WM % %  tr ooto. PMito UlnM. h too^r. Uawar Eatotao Coa, ti •was %  eoom.atono Uiai,Tno hi s. Carefaal kooa. T*oi td. -Hrr or Ss-eE-tcowi i --: -----; -. : physaeal a* mental defecs If aatfai serve notice that eather a bath pa defects which use* woald teal to he.of undesirable mamages whaet he ca wsnaa a ted a the first place. A Es*ae*h :— • % %  r ire bat a few suggesuocs toward.* aamage oc a beafehier. sounder bathat some of ay readers nave other, more practical ones. If so. I should hie *er* much to hearfrea them Meanwhile 1 urge responsible citaea* of both s* w thought on bow to laarore mamage >o tha: taere wj: be less and fcas aeed far sack exr. rce Busine Specia Have that >s Meeting, Yowl fad complete facilities *o eoctly satisfy your needs in She K s-iet. Atoddwt, Schohero::i4 ond Ruboryot kkoosM, be it for o wedding or o privs'e porty!|



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r, Augut 7. 1959 +Jewlsli fkrfrfitn Page 5-B ^ ler Will Conduct Symphony •inal UM Pop Concert Sunday iur Fiedler, celebrating his E -ary with the Boston [will lead the University of Summer Symphony in the and Inal Pop concert of the [., Sunday evening at lh<> kditioned Miami Beach Audiist will be Ozan Marsh, American pianist who tour|th Fiedler and the Boston itra this season. Her will lead the Summer ry in the Tannhauser ure of Wagner, TchaikowFinal* to Symphony.No. 4. the Overture to the Merry of Windsor by Nicolai. |ddition, the orchestra will Yard in Elgar's "Pomp and (istance," Hay man's arlent of "Kid Stuff.'' reminds of Richard Rodgers and in Alley, and selections from Jar motion pictures, •anc the Colonel Bogey from "Bridge on the River sh will play Liszt's "Hungarpantasy for Piano and OrchJler, making his fifth appearHere with the University Symis a native of Boston. At pe was, accepted as a violinist the Boston Symphony under .Muck and later played under tud, Monteux and Koussevit1930 Fiedler succeeded Al[Casella as conductor of the Pops and presented popu|ts in full symphonic arrangeEach season since 1953 he onducted a special Pops Tour bstra covering many cities in Inited States. addition, he has appeared with the i Vienna and Warsaw Philharmonics i in Europe and the New York Phil harmonic and San Francisco Sym phony in this country. With the presentation of this final Pop concert, more than 30.000 people will have attended the current summer series in Greater Miami. In addition to Arthur Fiedler, guest conductors who appeared with the University Symphony were Howard Barlow. Leroy Anderson. D'Artega. Skitch Henderson, Hugo Fiorato. Leo Reisman. Franz Alters and Emerson Buckley. OZAN MAVSN Marsh is a Califernian descended from William the Conqueror and the old Anglo-Norman family of Otanno. He demonstrated an early talent for music and at 15 received a full scholarship for study in Europe. Marsh also graduated magna cum laude from the Fonteinebleau School of Music in Paris. Marsh has toured extensively in Belgium, France, Poland, Austria and Germany as guest soloist. In MIAMI 1EACH CONCERTS %  tfc SEASON %  THE All COHOfTIOMED MUM BEACH AUDITORIUM SUNDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9. AT 8:30 ?M. ARTHUR FIEDLER OZAN MARSH, Pianist RESERVED TABLE CHAIRS S2.B0, S2.00; ME2Z. 1200; UNR. BALCONY 11.00. UM SYM OFF.. MO 1-4SS0: M.B. AUO., JE 1-0477; Cordelia's. FR 3-5123; Amidon'i, HI 6 2070. Grave Playhouse Features Comedy The famous New York musical comedy success, "Bells are Ringing," the song-and-dance tale of an answering service operator's involvement in the lives of her clients, which ran for nearly a thousand performances in New York, is now showing at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, and will run there through Aug. 13, with Monday night off. Kyle MacDonald is the lovecrossed operator, and Alan Gilbert plays Jeff, the romantic role of the regenerated alcoholic. Others in the large cast are Julia Grace as Sue. the owner of the answering service, comedian Sammy Shore (Sandor), her suitor who uses the answering service as a cover for a bookmaking syndicate. Burton Parker (Barnes) and Gordon Blackman (Francis), as detectives shadowing the suspicious actions of the too-helpful hello-girl, Leonard Young, Cliff Ferre, Boris Pritcher and many others. Owen Phillips is the general stage director of the production, written by Betty Cemden and Adolph Green with music by Jule Bette Davis makes a special appearance as Catherine the Great in "John Paul lones" with Robert Stack, who portrays the American Naval hero, in the film story of the founder of the United States Navy, which opens Wednesday at the Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres. JWB Calendar Published NEW YORK—The official Jewish Calendar for Members of the Armed Forces, published annually since World War I by the National Jewish Welfare Board, has just come off the press. The 190-page, pocket-size calendar for the Jewish New Year, 5720, is a handy guide to all spiritual, recreational and cultural resources and facilities JWB makes available to the young soldier during his term of service. The calendars, some three million copies of which have been issued to date, will be distributed by Jewish chaplains at Jewish New Year services this year, to be held in the U.S. and in 72 overseas areas. :0C0NUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE, INC ANNOUNCthUHT SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES!! $175 $2.75 $3.75 %  very Performance Incl. Mati n ees NOW THRU AUGUST 13th \\ it BELLS ARE RIKGIM HAS MOVED BACK TO THE COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE 3500 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove MATINEE TOMORROW AT 2t30 P.M PERFORMANCE TONIGHT BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HI 5-2SI1 — HI 4-5*01 EVES. EXCEPT MON. 8:30 P.M. MATS. WED. A SAT. AT 2:30 P.M. K nt MacOOWAlD Styne. Peter Coniow, of New York, is choreographing dances, and Los Rondo Is the musical director. Styne's melodies, fitted to witty lyrics by Comden and Green, include "The Party's Over," "Just in Time," "Long Before I Knew You," and "I Met a Girl." Others are "Is it a Crime?" "Hello. Hello There" and "It's a Perfect Relationship." Miss MacDonnell. one of TV's original bright lights, along with Milton Berle. has enjoyed every phase of show business. She starred in the motion picture, "Louisiana Purchase," had three TV shows of her own, starred in two Broadway shows. "Make Mine Manhattan" and "Touch and Go," and has done the complete nightclub and summer stock circuit. Alan Gilbert has appeared on Broadway in "South Pacific." "Most Happy Fella." and "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." Comedian I Sammy Shore has appeared in I many nightspots in Miami Beach,! Chicago, St. Louis, and New York, j Following -Bells are Ringing" will be "Pal Joey." by Rodgers and Hart, one of the few musical comedies in American theatrical history with songs that have remained popular for over 20 years, which will open Aug. 14 and run through, the 27th. Stars will be Carol Bruce, Erin O'Brien and Richard Tone. THEN TO TEL AVIV This la Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee Year, and a golden opportunity for you to enjoy flying at its finest. KLM will speed you non-stop across the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourengine DC-7C (Kosher foods available on all flights). Then go direct to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into a grand tour with the KLM stopover plan. Visit London, Paris. Brussels, Vienna, Rome, and a host of other historic citiea-at no extra coat! Round trip to Tel Aviv: $947.70 Economy. $1,390.80 First Class. Service from Houston and New York, too. See your travel agent or call KLM: Columbus Hotel, 308 N.E. First Street, Miami, Florida. FRanklin 3-8455. GOLDEN JUBILEE! 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P;gfrB •*fe*fltrA*V Sn tL 9&/m of Society Miss Friedman In Silk Organza Misi Naomi Friedman and Allan Gri>s were married July 19 at the Twin Cantors in Brooklyn. NY. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman, 350 75'h St.. Miami Beach. The groom is the son of Mr .and Mrs. Herman Grc-s, of Brooklyn. Tr.e bride chose a gown of embroidered silk organza with Vene tiar lace along the scoop neckline. The gown was edged in satin at the neckline and waist. The princess front yielded to fullness at the hips and back, which dipped to £ chape' train. Bar crown of fingertip veil was of rearls and crystals. She carried a bouquet of white orchids and stcrhano'is mounted on a white B:i!e with blue and white streamers. Maid of honor was Miss Eleanor Ru-JJ. The Misses Frimith Bornstein, Elaine Handelman and Joan K at. all of Paternson, N.J., were bricesmaids. Martin Gross was best man for 1 brother. Ushers included Herbert Jabloner. Seymour Shankman. Sttrley Kogan. Abe Walowitz ami coi-ins Robert Gross and Stephen Kcnireich Newlywed Mrs. Gross attended the University of Florida and Univi.^ity of Miami, and will com-; pic'.e her education at Brooklyn t?ge. r tr husband was honorably disch. ged from the U.S. Army in 1958 and served two years at Ft.' B >. Tex, in a guided missile dr.Mopment program. Following a two-week honey moon at Lake George. N.Y., the < >le in at home at 2348 BrigI st, Brooklyn. >lifriedt Rap Plan for Dec. 27 MiKay Irl Gottfried and Leo Raphael plan to be married Dec. 27 Their engagement* tr aTmouncfcd" bv Miss Gottfried* parents. Mr. and Mrs Arnold Gottfried, of 4311 Alton rd. Miami Beach. Mr. Raphael is the son of Mr. and Mra. V.ctor M Raphael. 200 Ocean dr. A student at Miami Beach High School, Miss Gottfried playi with the school band and is a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. She is a volunteer hostess at the Miami Beach Servicemen's Center where she met her fiance. Mr Raphael was recently discharged from the U. S. Army. He is adjutant of the Jewish War Veterans. Post 330 \\t ri.t-i -K.tltn MIS. GUAID SCfMfllft MIS. MIAN CIOSS Goodman Hadassah Meeting Mrs. Ben Snyder announced this week next regular meeting of the I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah at the Barcelona hotel on Wednesday at 8 p.m. An original presentation by Miss Lillian Goodman, program chairman. "Meeting Our Activity Chairmen." will highlight the program. Miss Marguerite Marx will report on current American and Zionist affairs. Miss Black Now Mrs. Schreiber Hirsch, Bressler To Wed Sept. 5 Mr. and Mrs Louis Hirsch. of Chicago. III., announce the engagement of their daughter. Ellin Beth, to Robert Marvin Bressler. He is the son of Mr and Mr> Ben Kirschnei. 2141 SW 14th ter.. Miami. A Sept. 5 wedding is planned at Temple Mizpah in Chicago, and the couple will reside in that city after a Miami Beach honeymoon. LjJda Joy Black became Mrs. C aid Lewis Schreiber in double re" ceremonies Saturday night, Aug. 1, at the Biscayne Terrace (• 1. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Victor Black. 5191 NW 5th at and the late Victor Black. Pare: o: the groom are the Manny Schreiber.., 1331 SW 32nd ave. ~abbi Morris Skop, of Temple Ji *. Coral Gables, officiated. : atro:i of honor for her sister v. Mrs Joel Kleinman. Best man for his brother-in-law was Joel Kleinman. Ushers included Steve Saunders. Van Mark Siiicus, and Chester Sirkus. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, and belonged to Beta chapter of Alpha Pi Phi. Her husband graduated from Jamaica High School, and is attending the University of Miami. He is a veteran of the Korean War. Reception and dinner followed at the Starlite Roof of the Biscayne Terrace. The couple are honeymooning in California. Spccijlicing in Fomalt Cocl^tiil CO-MIU and Bnddl Attir* PARSONS 3410 CO It AI WAT Open Htnimy H,1, •n 9 mn $T. SHOPPING com*. Naness, Wollin Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs All>ert Naness, j 1030 Collins ave.. have returned from Los Angeles. Calif, where they attended the wedding of their son. Dr. Charles Naness. to Miss I.ilhe Wollin July 12 in Beverly Hills. The bride's attendants were her sister. Mrs Harry William Green and the bridegroom litters, Dorothy and Jayte Nane>s. Dr Sid' ney Naness served his brother as best man. The former Miss Wollin is a graduate of U.C.L A. A concert Pianist, she was the winner of a Fulbnght scholarship to Europe where she studied and performed. Dr. Naness is a graduate of the University of Florida and the University of Miami school of medicine. He was president of the Phi' Sl"rH PS 1 0n medieal f ternity. Beta Chi chapter. At present he is a resident physician at the Losi Angeles County General Hospital i MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOMT • M-Hup Nuralna S.rvici -''f?.'*! Strictly Obierv.d "Ceatraler lacataf 1st. 11 Spaeioua Ground, ftaaaonabla Rat,, • *i. mSS* sxr '"'y Obl.rv., • ir Room, on Ground Floor !" 'ua Ground. • %  swimming fmVZBS I I ment; golf nearby A m | CiadftS" "* Geor • ""'•"-'"tlMdwl I \\JGLST BROS Dv7 Gerstain • Heffernan Dec 24 will be the wedding date ol Miss Alice Susan Gerstein and P. E. (Heff) Heffernan. of Dentson. Iowa. Miss Gerstein is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gerstein, 4530 NW 171st st. Mr. Heffernan. who is now stationed at Key West with the Navy, is the son of Mrs. John Heffernan. of Denison. The bride-elect attended Miami Senior High School and graduated from Hialeah High School Her fiance attended schools in Iowa. a Lynn • Blatamtem Miss Roberta Lynn will marry I Jcrrold Blascnstem on Dec. 5. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William V. Lynn. 360 NE 172nd st. North Mi-' ami Beach, announce the engage* ment Miss Lynn attended New, York schools Mr Blasrnstein, son of Mr. and Mrs Sol Blascnstem. 20340 NE 15th ave.. graduated from North Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Florida. • • Starkttain te s amweaa Miss Nancy Carol Starkstein will become the bride of Jerry Lewis j Rosenzweig on Sept. 12 in Temple Beth Sholom. The engagement is announced by Mrs. Ray Starkstein. 6863 Abbott ave.. Miami Beach, and W1Iliam Starkstein. of Detroit. Mich., parent] of the bride-to-be. Mr. Rosenzweig is the son of Mrs. Allen Grawoig. Chicago. HI., and the late Joseph Rosenzweig. i Miss Starkstein received herl Bachelor ol Arts degree from the University of Miami Mr Rosen-: zcig also attended the UM. where he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternit) Liebman I adit Mr and Mrs Victor Liebman. 1565 Jefferson ave Miami Beach.' aWSS UflMAM MfSS announce the engagement of I daughter. Melva Joyce to Jeffrey Ladis He is the son of Mr m ami Beach. T Be*h Miss Liebman aid Ladis are Miami Beach School graduates She ,o, local modeling school sad studying at the Utorerah Miami. • • • aVarnia.Sh.chn>, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E__ 411 %  %  ter.. Miami Beats, i nounce the engagement daughter. Miss Reguu ("Cm Bernie. and Benjamin Lea Shechter. The wedding win place Sept. 3 A graduate of Miami „ High School, the brideto* tended the University of Fta where she belonged to Alpha siron Phi sorority. Her fiance attends the Ui. sity of Miami. He is the mi Mrs. Philip J. Shechter. 958 J ferson ave,, Miami Beach, sail late Mr. Shechter. CinHnwaa Miss Tamara Frances 230 Meodoza ave.. Coral and Reuben ("Robby") 5430 NW 7th ct.. plan to ried next winter. Their engagement is by the bride-elect's parents, and Mrs. Albert J Shermu i Washington. D. C. Mr. Cuberml is the son of the late Mr and *l| Leon Guberman. A graduate of the Uoiveranaj Miami, Miss Sherman is a mercial artist. t A-l J^ EMPIOYMBT Waehsrs ^ 5MVKI Katabiitiwd i 37 MS. St. St. ML M MM ANNOUNCING THt OPENING Of KITTY'S BEAUTY SALON Iffmtrlf ef Mimmi lawch; 11604 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ml*T TINTING on. PERMANENT "MM — Moderoraaly PrlCaxI — n Attendance: nTTY DONAHUE SALLY PERONE PHONE MU 1-3251 T -Matn MAMTT SAioar BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CO NVALESCENT HOME NON PROPIT aioaMBCTARIAN u -*' atr.„ ?f 1 ^ >tT,0 T Y COMMdOMITY *"*?*!? • Ormiai, Vaeal Mahaafcruta M *** "bi Or. laaac M Cr Qlfaaaar ALLD.Wl?!i". M Ut,,Ma ~ OOCTOM OM CALL^ *1 !" **. PtLJI 1-1571 mmdj*2i



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to Choir tal Drive Kanner, honorary presi|f the Greater Miami Jewish ition, has accepted the lanship of an intensive funddrive to be staged in the >liian Miami area on beMt. Sinai Hospital of tr Miami. nor, in accepting the chairp, pointed out Sunday that lmcnse work done by the %  1 since its inception in Dints to its significance for er-increasing needs of our community." lid that "more than 100,000 have been at Mt. Sinai in 10 years. With our buildig into operation this year percent increase in paeds, plus the opening of en•dical and teaching facilie are confident that our ution in solving the area's I problem will be taken into pration at the time we apMlami for its contribution most worthy cause." per announced that a downiami office would be opently. the opening of the tttb st. only months away, Mt. lospital will practically be in the heart of our town, iccessible in minutes," Kanicluded. = ===== N*.** Gold Cadillac' Tuesday Foreman this week anthat a "hell's-a-poppin" tnt of George S. Kaufman's Gold Cadillac" opens at [M Playhouse, 206 Bird rd., featuring in the cast welllocal radio and television llities. School Reservations vations are now being children to attend Temeth Jacob's new nursery beduled to open, in the tree to five-year-old chileligible. Transportation [available for the five-morn ek classes to be held at iple, 951 Flamingo Way, JTRODUCTOWV OF FER' • I I IEW lpanaj with MIRACLE [ACHLOROPHENE 1 OFF I 69< SIZE I 12* S OFF 53^ raj PHARMACY, INC U4 AVL Mtasai Shorn NKE efuvctr •I 1-2W4, Ft 1-4*47 IAVING A DAMCff? % LOR CRAFT OF MIAMI ensureyour donee of a gala cdxaar. by a Coior rPOf• SOMVOMT Offer Is Extended to Fraternal Social, and TerOet •ffsCtWI TU*A* 7-7253 • ••^/^y *^ocialite C swHn md from Peso 1-8 %  —•-versary of the world peace organization Oct. 24 From there Mr. and Mrs. Morris are off to Cleveland to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Rosalyn) Frank, their son-in-law and daughter Rosalyn's a UM grad, past president of B'nai B'rtth Young Women, District 5, and mother of a recently-born 6 lb. 5 oz. girl Also: Howard Ralby, commander of Abe Horowitz Post 882, Jewish War Veterans, left Monday for tfi? convention at the Hotel Sutler From there, he flies to Boston to Join his wife for a vacation in their former home town. >> Mr. and Mrs. Lou (Josie) Adler, 123 NE 30th St., and children, Barbara and Arnold, sailing on the SS Florida for a cruise to Nassau, Bahamas "Josie" is organist at Temple Israel ... Lou is orchestra leader at the Golden Gate hotel, and in charge of music arrangements for Americana hotel conventions Barbara is a freshman at the University of Miami, with son Arnold a student at Miami Edison High Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Sarah) Shapiro, 1900 NW 184th stand children, Jacqueline, Marlene and Sanford, back from their vacation at Sanibel Island With them were the James Stone family Sarah is corresponding secretary of the B'nai Sholom Sisterhood in Opa-locka, as well as publicity chairman of the Temple ... Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kranz, 195 NE 130th st.. No. Miami. and daughter, Gail, spent three weeks in Mexico, visiting Mexico City. Monterrey and Acapulco Their sens, Stanley and Larry, are at Camp Ocala in Usnatilla. Fla. | Their friends are congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rosner i on the birth of their daughter, Ann Deborah, July 20 at St. Francis %  Hospital Proud father is the brother of David Rosner, of the %  oceanfront Sterling hotel. Jtr outUMUt Youth Board To Meet Here Initial meeting for the 1959-80 board of directors of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization will be held at the Alcazar hotel Sept. 14, it was announced Wednesday by Jack Fink, president. Installation of officers will take place at that time, and ceremonies will be conducted by Mrs. Norman Reinhard, chairman. The agenda will also include summary reports of BBYO youth activities during the summer, as well aa District 5 BBYO national convention deliberations. Resorts will he given by Miss T • b y Orss s maw, n e w %  le c led vice president of District 5 sVnai B'rith Girls, and Alan Bartel. reg i onal p resident of Aleph Zdik Aleph, fooler orders of B'nai B'rith. Report of local activities will be presented by Ronnie Shapo, Greater Miami BBYO Council president. Board of directors of BBYO in Greater Miami consists of representatives of all B'nai B'rith lodges and women's chapters in the area, which sponsor the activities of the youth organization comprising 27 teen-age clubs with a membership of over 750 Jewish youth. Temple Cook-Out Slated Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will sponsor a Hawaii and Alaska swim and cook-out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zwirn on Aug. 22 Entertainment will be furnished by Carl Fogel's Fountain of Youth Dance Studio. Mrs. Louis Wine is ticket chairman. Sw m me r Luncheon Party Alphi Epsilou Phi Alumnae Assn. will bold a summer luncheon and card party Saturday noon at the El Centre Club of the McAllister hotel. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Howard Katzen. io Honor New Members Esther group of Hadassah will honor new members at a desert coffee and fashion show Monday, 1:30 p.m., in the Tearoom of Bur dine's, Miami Beach. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Richard Lencer, 350 N. Shore dr. Photo Exhibition Opening Sunday At Bch. Art Center Annual photographic exhibit of the Miami Beach Art Center opens Sunday at the Center, 2100 Collins ave.. and will run through Aug. 28. The exhibit featuressome 75 photographs in a showing entitled "Faces in American Art." Photographers represented are Edward Steicben. Alfred Stieglitz, Sidney Waintrob, George Moffet, George Platt Lynnes and Arnold Newman. Stoicnon is director or ptiefegraphic art at the FA u eo w m of Modern Art in Now York City. His world-renowned "Family of Man" exhibit is currently shewins at the U.S. Exhibition in Moscow. Stieyliti, pioneer lemma* who died a number of years see, also achieved fame as a patron of mod e rn art, introducing tha works of many modern French impressionists to American audtFlorida Bar Picks Berliner for Third Time Chairman Miami attorney M. Jay Berliner has been named to a third consecutive term as chairman of the committee on family law of the Florida Bar. He has been a member of the committee since its inception in 1955. The 1959 Florida Legislature incorporated habitual addiction to drugs as additional grounds for divorce on recommendation of Berliner and the committee. Berliner will participate in a panel discussion Awg. 25 at the Sea View hotel. The program will he part of the annual convention of the American Bar Assn., end will highlight the secHen on family law. Berliner's subject will be "Validity of Foreign Divorce Decrees." Currently, he is serving as chairman of the Florida membership; committee for the American Bar Assn.'s family law section. Berliner recently contributed an article. "Plan for a Family Court,•• which appeared in the April issue of the Florida Bar Journal. He has practiced law here for the past ten years, and lives with his wife, Marilyn, and their children, Fredric and Ronald, at 915 SW 7th St.. Miami. Designer in TV Interview 4 Newman, who held a one-man shewing of photographs here several years ago, is a former Miami Beach resident. The works of these photographers, as well as of Waintrob, Moffet and Lynnes, will highlight portraits of noted American artists, including Sloan, Hopper, O'Keefe, wife of Stieglitz, Hartley. Grosz, Kunyoshi, Moses, Soyer, deCreeft, and Levine, one of whose paintings. Fred Albert, Studio M scenic designer for "Solid Gold Cadillac," was to be interviewed about his experiences at the World's Fair in Belgium on "Dear Ruth" Thursday, 10:30 a.m., over ch. 10. "Welcome Home," currently showing at the U.S. Exhibit in Moscow, received a shower of criticism, from President Eisenhower as "more lampoon than art." Also on show at the Aug. 10 to 28 exhibit in the Miami Beach Art Center will be an exhibit of some 100 prize-winning photographs under the auspices of Popular Photography Magazine. FASHION SHOWING Rabbi to be fled Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday night at the Center. 6500 N. Miami ave., in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Harry Lawrence and family. Rabbi Lawrence is the Center's new spiritual leader. CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A Frrsedfy sad Beetle AtMesehere for Those foe tore" A NEW MONK DESMNED TO CAM FOB EISCW.Y, CHSC4MCAUY Ml AND CONVALESCENTS 2440V* REOISTERED NURSINC SERVICE Special Diets Strictly Observed. Privata Bathrooms. Air-Conditioned Spacloua Grounds, Patio, Iwimminj Pool, Planned Activities ALL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR Reasonable Rates Brochure on Requeet Ferdinand H. Ro s e n thaL Director-Owner Former Asa't Dir. Mt Sinai Hospital Director, Jewish Homo for the Aoed Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh. Pa. 7080 S.W. 8th Street MkonL Flo. 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1 I i Pcre 8-B ^Jmlstrh^kUar Fridoy. Auqu,t7 Children's Corner by Isadore Shavrick IBBP^ i r c i dr.Of :. d fa J. "i. ir • i: I Bin VJRM : r Boys and Gi • hw hard .h the rammer I ins and Corner thai so many oi rou are on; .•.owl ami taking u easy, we've .-.1 to Join ion throng even] >i ease and re •n beginning with this issue hildren's Corner"' Will resume rptember, with more interestames to test >ou and stories :er you amusement and in •ion. anwhile. for those of you who ad out last week'.games. here are the • Word Puzzle: One VSolution": B I B 1 S L S E H rl E P E r> R D HARD • Scrambled Countriea Chaldea, Syria • Anagram: Rachel Remember, we'll be back in September And ha\e a happy and safe vacation—Isadore Sha\ rick 300 Welcome Krausses Back ra than 300 member, •>( the Shore iewu* Center attend Welcome Home Ptji am dance in honor of their president. I rope and Israel .n i three-montn torn-, bringing back personal reganb to Rabbi May< •" I the l ewer. from bis parent.who live >' salem. T;,, laded an original skit. "The Facts Max. Ihj Facts." written by Mrs Robert F. with the [ollowul nu-m ben participa: i,, raid Lindenbaum. MrJerry Mr and MrAl Mechlo will MrJack Fitch, Mr and Mrs Robert F. Bloch. Aha Friedman, MrIsidore WoDowick, and Mr(it-raid Lindenbaum Highlighting the evening m U* presentation of a scroll de-igned by Irving Billig to Krauss. The scroll was signed by all who itlended the function. Max Krauss (left) accepts the Welcome Home Scroll inangfl ed by members of the North Shore Jewish Center. Makinq the presentation is A. Louis Mechlowitx. chairman of the board ai the North Shore Jewish Center, at a party Sunday evening at the Singapore hotel. Turks Order Probe of Desecration VNBL'L—(JTA (-Turkish authi-i ies ordered an investigation that .veek into vandalism at the it t every year during the vacation season. The articles, by columnists who are not considered anti-Semitic, complained that Jews continued to refuse to speak Turkish. One Mw paper asserted that Jews wen heavily patronizing the best hotels and clubs at summer resort places. — ties are sealed by a plastic cap with nipples in an upright rrsition ready for instant use after removal of the cap. Procasing takes place at Baby's Formula Service, Inc.. 2120 NW n ave.. Miami. Each rack of bottles is then sealed with : .-uparent plastic material and placed in a scientifically con-c.ed refrigerator to await delivery by refrigerated truck GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING ^GREATEB MIAMI CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE IE 1-5537 Formula Firm Serves Parents Of New Babies BabyFormula Service, Inc. is the name of a compan) here ipe cializing in laboratory dispensing of prescription filled baby formulas for home delivery. The organ, tattoo serviceparents 0 f n e w babies in the Greater Mi ami area. Operating sitel is a brand newl 5200.000 laboraj tory complete with the most modern equipment available at 2120 NW loth ave Miami. A Baby's Formula Service Gift Certificate is now available to per sons wishing to mark the arrival of a newborn friend or relative bv the presentation of a choice gift Accordin, to Alan M. Baskin •" £ t, : # **** of 2230 SW 83rd ..., th. laboratory will handle any formula prescribed bv a physician, m kei ^ ifi| deliveries daily ,nd home deliy%  *M also make emergency deliy. •r'ts at any home. i s ,Jl rmUlas are Dre P"fd by regennr ""*** from ^W presmptioiu and under the molt sterile conditions possible S •chieve." Baskin expla.ned. "With this service, parents are relieved ofthetimeN.w.8MES* H CRADE F ? c o Pbona NEwton S-07$ swum THtN J06M T M> root VAIW +ZV2P fcjc %  %  "? no* uniNMK •VtVfk^V t};00 *vtt stfl SM* vv Wfm+ *.*• SPECIAL REDUCED SUMMER ROUND TRIP 30 DAY COACH AND PULLMAN -CLASS FARES M)A ro N.jvEMBER 15 Enjoy these SEABOARD Silver Fleet Features • RESTFUL RECLINING COACH SEATS RESERVE! IN ADVANCE' PRIVATE ROOM PULLMANS! Assail laeaf* facHHies far all; OtlicMus meals at sseetst aricts; Hospitality Haur ComplincnUrv Flarkn araaf* Juki aai cities dvrini the atteraeaa, Reiistertd Narse, Passtaftr Service Aftit GLASS TOPPEO PULLMAN SUN LOUNtt" 0M TNE S1LVU METEOR THEATRE TOURS OF NEW VOMK CITY I See FOUR Broadway hit stage shows during S days and 4 nights m Manhattan hotel incHjdod). plus Radio City Mus.c Hall, boat trip around Manhattan. U. H. Tour with luncheon. TV tickets. For romolete information, please phone FRenklln 1 6611 or call in person 173 E Flegler St .2206 N W 7th Avo.. Miami. 1553Washington Ave Miam. Beach. 1240 S E. Eleventh Awe.. Hiateah, West Hollywood Blvd Hollywood WJ FICHT. C. P. A. SEABOARD RAILROAD JNI ROUTE OF COURTEOUS SERVICE NEVER BEFORE... Luxury Tourist Flights At Suo TOW 55555



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lay, August 7. 1959 : cs +Jewlsti Her Mian Page S-B randeis Univ. imes Director randeis University has annou-ithe appointment of Milton I. |er. of Cleveland. O., as regionrUet itfc-Souh-S0nttrwes*~. to at 350 Lincoln rd., Mian.i rh. rior to joining Brandeis, Heller fed as associate director of dcppmeitf for Roosevelt Univerin Chicago, and has held posts the Hebrew Theological Col, State of Israel Bonds, WestReserve University and sevU.S. government agencies. it a cum laud* graduate Western Reserve University a member of the Alpha of lio chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. completed graduate study t >w York's Now School for Soil Research, and also attended 'rge Washington University, College and the Cleveland Itool of Art. Marble Unloaded i Hebrew Teachers to Picnic For Nebo Crypts MMTON Nfun lis affiliations include the ZionIOrganization of America, B'nai fth. Jewish War Veterans, the Ireland Council on World Airs and the American College lie Relations Assn. his new post. Heller will diand coordinate activities iighout ten states for the 11|r-old, first Jewish-sponsored, i-sectarian university in the (tern Hemisphere. greater Miami Brandeis Club is rled by Dr. Stanley Frehling, sident, and Harold Turk, first president. Mrs. Sidney M. ^wartz, of Miami Beach, heads local chapter of the Brandeis nen's Committee. Samuel N. Hand, David Phillips, Frehling Turk are Brandeis Fellows, an inization of national leaders Ing in the school's development. terhood Card Party fifereth Israel Sisterhood memwill hold a card party Wedlay, 8:30 p.m., at the Center, N. Miami ave. Service Launches New Building "Thou Shalt Erect a Sanctuary Unto Me" is the title of Rabbi Sheldon Edwards' sermon Friday evening, on the occasion of Temple B'nai Sholom's first service in its new building at 16800 NW 22nd ave. Cantor Ben Grossbebrg will render the* musical portions of the liturgy. The building was erected at a cost of $40,000, and construction began at the conclusion of Shavuoth. Designer was Maxwell Parrish, with Harry DeFrancisco, of Harg Enterprise, construction engineer. The new Temple site includes eight classrooms, an office, a study, and sanctuary with a seat ing capacity of 400. Temple B'nai Sholom president is Gerald Greenfield. Trustees are Gerald Greenfield, Seymour Roth, Aaron Kravitz and Walter Kurshner. Bert Weiner is chairman. Julius Soloway is membership chairman. A shipment of Italian marble was unloaded at Port Everglades this week, and the Caribbean Marble Company of Miami is now installing the marbl? as crypt fronts in the garden-type community mausoleum at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. The first unit of the mausoleum? now being completed, contains marble from the Isle of Pines, 35 miles southeast of Cuba, in its promenade, in addition to the crypt-fronts which were quarried in the vicinity of Carrara, Italy. This corner unit contains 120 crypts and a private family room. The completed mausoleum, in the shape of a quadrangle, surrounding a landscaped patio, will contain 624 crypts and a number of family rooms, as well as a columbarium. Rabbi S. M. Machtei, of the mausoleum staff, said Wednesday that "in doing research on marble, I was intrigued by an excerpt from an address delivered by Dr. Marshall Bruce,of the Medical Division, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, in Washington, D.C.. in March. 1954. "Dr. Bruce said that marble is an effective shield against radiation. Density is of great importance in radiation shielding and is the only essential difference between various earth-type materials." Hebrew Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami will hold its annual picnic Sunday. 11 a.m., at Haulover Beach Park. Meeting place will be Shelter No. 1. Louis Gadon heads (He committee in charge' of arrangements. Assisting are Mrs. Frank Wagner and Mrs. .Shlonio Gerchakov. Children Visit Laboratory Boys and girls of the North Dade County YMHA summer camp visited Mt. Sinai Hospital last week and were given demonstrations by resident doctors in the Pathology Laboratory, dealing with the function of the human brain. TRAYIORE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colon* HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH Room* id Pool leas $ JE 1-0331 3 Daily Par Para. Oble. Occ.| FROM APR.L25I Academy Dep't. In New Quarters Junior High Department of the Hebrew Academy, now consisting of the 7th 8th and 9th grades, will be located in an annex at 825 5th St., Miami Beach, effective Sept. 8. "These additional quarters have been necessitated by the growing enrollment of the department." Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, announced Wednesday. The new library, music and recreation rooms will also be located in the new building. "The Hebrew Academy is now the only day -school in the Southeastern region of the United States maintaining a complete elementary and junior high department," Rabbi Gross said. "A half-day nursery school of the Hebrew Academy will be opened at Beth Israel Congregation, 41st st. and Prairie ave," Rabbi Gross revealed. with wonderful Hot Springs waters Drifik thi world lamom wol'H. takm toofarng ooi oW Ikiill to a aev leete ot phyticol wmll bminf. You can bath* *ey all your echet end paint dua to tention and fatigue *nd find raliat tor erthriti*. rheumetim*. and High bleod preuure in the radioactive, thermal water* al Hot Spring* Government regulated batlthoute right in tka Arlington wharo you can go la roba and tlipper* by tpeciel elevate* direct from the privacy ot your re True betpitelity and tba finett In entertainment it your* to anjoy al ma Arlington— Hoi Sariqi' top luiury hotel. Conca't. dinaar, and ballroom dancing mutic by Eddy Roger* ond Mae Arlington Orcbettra. 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Manhasset, NY Rcmemler her emir ageous one-woman campaign for adequate drunk driving laws in Honda? Mr. and Mrs Albert Naness hack from California where they attended the wedding of their son. Dr. Charles Nanest, to former Mist Lillie Wollin. of Beverly Hills. The groom is a resident physician at Los Angeles County General Hospital. Betty Lou Keit. Martin Sinsley and Gertrude Stone are newe-i members of Miami Beach Board of Realtors. Know a a u m t hinaj wit cooking whan Bill and Stan Sagal, fha taxi tycoons, m*da> that trip to South America. Hear that thay will soon o at ah l i ah limouvina tarvico at airports in Bogota, Colombia, and Lima, Porw. Builder and Mrs. Harold Moss on a golf vacation, at Asheville. N.C. They're Bayshore regulars. Lincoln Road shoe merchant Harry Auslander back after spending two weeks m Syracuse. NY. where the Nettleton shoe factory is located. He helped style his new fall and winter line there. Also golfed at Irondequit C. C. in nearby Rochester. Phyllis Pollak and daughter Gail take off for Chicago Aug 15 stopping at the Ambassador East Gail and her mom will look over the campuses at U. of Chicago and Northwestern, preparatorv t 0 Gail's graduation from Miami Beach High Albert Pollak and sons J.mim and Tommy, will be on a Key West fishint cruise while Mrs Pollak li ;n Chi Their friends. Mr and Mrs Stanley Raskin, are in 1 a< Ye n after visiting Los .Angeles. Other fnend>. Mr. and Mrs George Mai tottet, preceded Mrs. Pollak to Chicago neh r !" SP0TL GHT: ** WJy. ton. one of h e nation's top f,1 h J k,> ov,r Dl05a CoateUo's Marring role m the re ord-breaking -Havana Mardi Gras Tuesday Dwsa vacations for a while, after holding down the chief mU „the tremendous revue hi, for more than two yeas. M:/ 1; sands and Sahara m Us Vegas and ha* m.a u t hK ^" the dozens of records. She's been on ,he EdI Sull,n ?* Wmlm l "* dozen times, also the Perry Com" and fteve Juen A^ m r ,ha a a few An added atraction "Havana Mardi G^al ^!L^. MBW Tuesday. ,s the foremost Latin American movie TV ^ T Blanquita Amaro. movie. i\ and stage star. -* Pianist Lois Wood is the new attraction ,n.t o P ck,n em ,n Pub restaurant on Coral SSTTTSA ""^M* room of the appeal for the entire family. S SUper ,here • especial mm. Ricky Dunn is ,£ec Im^lE?"* "^ **£ Sometlnii' Smith and th P.rtt.. %  • mont at tho Montm. rtr LT, SrjT^L\J W W -W. thr^pgh SatsAPday a, La lAVJSSU^ '*" *"> years of entertainiiLg here Her P„K season ln ore than 10 night c^STSR^ZiixKi pa T ked %  '^ "e ?: between 3 and 5 a.m. Belle s TCS£. "" TOrch Hou "" K Miners wnll be entertained by a wateph.ii Spnngs Villas A System Cuts On Paper Wor| Paper work ftr the Vettrui Administration home-tow* navdacal care program wlU be reduced substantially by a ue ^_Sf^,'i mechanized records writinf wtdch became effective July 1. C. W. Boggs, officer in chare of the Mi ami Veterans Admuiiatratatisi, MM Wednesday. I'nder the nationwide hoose-ti program, veterans with serviceconnected disabilitiea receive medical care at VA expense from some 38.000 private physicians of their choice, in areas where care at VA outpatient clinics is not available. Boggs said the new records wriI ting system will save considerable P"*t* Pkysicisg, 5 f^vT"* •• he complete %  by the doctor, havebe*,! ? '•" %  t-reoon 0 f treatMaM oVtwd ad the dortor-i IMI^ VA for hU ,„,*„ \£ fc make hi, ^|J< 0flaW Mtrfifi fftfritrfti,, %  R ** ta,r Uon o* Puptls (.3 faU term in the sSJiS brew achools of Dle Hebj^i?! uh CoofrefalKr will be heklfcj :30 a.m. to 12 noon Aac | Jll Coator, UlfJQ NW 2nd ,„f %  NJOY YOUR OWN SPECIAL ARTY AT THE LUCERNE S UTHENTIC LATIN REVUE ,• in* STARRING *^ DIOSA C0STELL0 AND AN EXCITING ALL STAR CAST: DON CASINO MHOS VIUIK ROBERTO and ALICIA i *d PIPE *ILAMC0 wIlMMMkwl FAUSTO CURIEL0 ind Us Orcbojlt. World's AUst BwwwTiM Show Girl. 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+Jelstitk>rldHari Page 11-8 Zim Lines' SS Jerusalem Will Make Ten Cruises to 13 Caribbean Ports fcoup of 45 members of Young Israel leave New York for Bee-week seminar in Israel sponsored by the Organization %  nrtment of the Jewish Agency. This is the first time that a miq Israel group has taken part in the Agency's Summer %  lute program as an independent unit. The group is headBy Rabbi Frank Sturm, national executive director of Young Ll; J. David Dellman. honorary national president of the %  ement and former commander of the Jewish War VetRs of New York Stale; and Meyer Wiener, former national %  dent of Young Israel. LICENSED NURSE %  or Chronic Cases. Elderly My I infant or school child while p work — exchange far small 9oa home. Phone all week JE 4-400S Oit itttaries '^*"%-A-w*\aw***W'*V IP1ETE LAW LIBRARY Excellent Buy Phone PL 4-3705 INfANT NURSERY CARE IT TRAINED NURSE. MU 1-47*5 censed ly State Welfare JALIFIED CANTOR roined tenor voice, seeks aesi r Holidays. Will travel if eec.s tall evenings, Pi 4-0050 ar write x 2973, Miami 1, Flo. "WWWVWV VSS SINGER WANTED it High Holy Days and possibly II year. Malt have good voic. tnct, and know haw to road wall. Write Temple Bath El, 633 |t., W. Palm Beach, Flo. 'A*a''\-^W"'W YOUNG CANTOR POSITION far HIGH HOBDAYS Qualified. Tenor Vaice. Lacul f ?<• Samann n, NY. Mie 1* eurvlved bj a daughter, Hn Uenora Oottlleb, arandeon and KI *.n.Ida light, i Service* weri Ana ,u: ml In Brooklyn NORBERT LAST fT, at io:, Kuril.i ave., ratlrad Iguroranre nnlfHinan, who rHmr hare Im year* afe from New York, died Aug. I. He la survived by lil wife. Jeanne. Service* were Atuj. i at Newman Funeral Home. MRS. ANN.E COHEN 81. of Ml Seville, Coral Oablee, died Alia:. I, She came here five yeara BSO from Nashville. Surviving arc three sons. Jay Cone and KuuJ Irving and riiilip Cohan; two daughter*, In. I11.Iine airs. Ada Hamilton. Miami. 12 grandchildren and nlno great -grand• 'lilldreti. Service* were In Nashville, with EtlvaraMa Memorial Chap. I in charge of local arrangement*. fNAGOGUE SECRETARY |, shorthand, seme hnahk*eping caged woman preferred, 43-hour $S0 pet week. JE 1-1251 MISS JANE NETOFFJKY I Tiill Byron ave.. died July II She, cama her* M yeara ax.. Cram I. .'1 \llle. Ky. Bb< two slain. Indlnn Lillian. Miami Beach, and u brother, were In With lor I .ins 1 1. Mi •" %  •1 lal ci, ipal. PHILIP SAVAL ,ll.;il JUI II. • from %  World War 1 are Mf %  1 W 11 Mr*. I %  r Hi., with but lal In Ml. N KJEW YORK—The fully air-conditioned Israel luxury liner Jerusalem of the Zim Lines will make a series of ten cruises from New York to the West Indies during the 1959-60 winter cruise season, it was announced Wednesday by the 1 \merican-Israeli Shipping Comi pany here, U. S. representatives of the Zim Lines. The cruises will range in length from nine to 16 days, and will cover a total of 13 Caribbean ports, the American-Israeli Shipping Company said. The first cruise sails Nov. 11. Subsequent sailings are Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 19, Jan. 5, Jan. 16, Jan. 28, Feb. 11, Feb. 27 and Mar. 12. Further cruises to the West Indies are planned for next May and June. The forthcomioa aerie*, af cruises will be the second for the SS Jerusalem. The 21-krtot lirter was completed at the and of 1957, cruiaed the Caribbean during 1958-69 winter season and is employed the rest of the year en Mediterranean and trans-Atlantic service. Ports of cell for the Jerusalem next winter will be Sen Juan, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and St. Croix, Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbados, Grenade, Trinidad, Advertising Offices Move %  Robert S. Hurwitz Wednesday announced the removal of his of-1 ikes. For the past several years a partner in Leeds and Hurwitz Advertising Agency. Hurwitz bM been in advertising in Miami for the past six years. New quarters i are located at 1775 SW 3rd ave., Miami, and will be known as Rob ert S. Hurwitz Advertising Agency 1 Associated with Hurwitz will be Sara Weisburg, formerly of Tampa and Lakeland, where she operated Sara Weisbers Advertising. Inc. Curacao and lands West Indies, Port au Prnce and Cap Haitian, Haiti and" Port Antonio, Jamaica. The Jerusalem will accommo date about 300 passengers while cruising, about half of her normal capacity of 567. The liner has a full deck of public rooms, a tiled outdoor swimming pool, and a movie theater with wide-view screen. Ninety-five percent of her staterooms ave outside. All have push-button temperature and climate control. Most have private or semi-private facilities, and are convertible from sleeping chambers to daytime sitting rooms. Cuisine will be international with the accent on American favorites. The Jerusalem is equipped with the latest aids to navigation and] underwater stabilizers to reduce rolling. The ship's cruise and eatfrtauiment staffs have been enlarged % provide round-the-clotk "activities AWba,*~Nefmfi |duTirrgMWe frTTise*. th<-ArfrericanIsraeli Shipping Company said. I?he vessel's Israeli officers and crew are all English-speaking. The Jerusalem's West Indies ruises will be conducted in conjunct ion with Traveltyme Cruise Lines, Inc., a division of the Pent* HOVae Travel Service of 501 Fifth' ive., New York City. JW^%  'W^WW-'WWW^W-'WWV. ARROWHEAD. Day Camp COMPUTE CAMPING FACILITIES, FIORIDA CERTIFIED TEACHERS •RE-SCH001 THROUGH 6th GRADE RUTH BACK, DIRECTOR 4240 N.W. 18th Street NE 3-3134 LEGAL Notice NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QLVBN the undcriilgncd. desli iug I.. engaL huaineaa under Die fictliioua nan: ( KI.AMI.Nao IHtY CLEANER* as ...U'NHIiY at l.'.i:. N.W 17 Ave.. ends 10 register *aid name with 'lerk of tea Circuit Court of Da %  'ounty, Florida. \I.\XU Kl.l, SCHWARTZ .Sol.< iwner S/7-14-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREST I.IVBN tint the undersigned, desiring to engajre in hualneaa under Die fictitious tutu. 'HARUiT'WS DRESS 8HOP at 167 N W. Sth Street, Miami. Intend* to -aitlstt.r aalil name with the Clerk of the. circuit Court of Had.Cot.! PVN Ida I'll AKI.i il'lirs liiTti. IN"' Bj sh.idon J. aVhlnalnaar • tiirv SHKMH.N J. si-|!l.i:si.\i;Klt Attomej foi Chariotta'a iw, inx'7-14-. -: LEGAL NOTICE WANTED *Y SCHOOL TEACHERS -Mail Hebrew at well as Niltery, Sunely. Write, ae*, exa;r<-nca, etc. Romon. 1101 S. Andrews Ava., %  der.ul.. Fie. CANTOR WANTED HAMY WCIee d July tii 1 ... HI s aikp 11 ..in n. N.J and waa •< 1 atlred 1 \ \ Init are' h two aona and Albert Stanley; tw ilatera, S nd four nianilctilldran. at Rlveraide Menfbrlnl Cnapel NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 5c74ae BETTT Rt'RDBTTE KICKS. Plain tiff, CARL, ). DCB8, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: All -' '"Hi I I.. It-, s N'.VIl.T.r. .• .. Alrerafl Malntenanoe Naval Air Station Memvhla, Tciinesxce V.111 .11. hen b hotlfted thai n "III ..f Compbilnl for Diver** h been filed ..y.i net yoUi and >rou eie %  nulred t.. %  1 \ 1 .f j ..in Al i.r1' I n the Hill "f Complalnl on Ihe t.i.ilntifAttorney, SIDNEY \l IROXOV'ITZ, Hail Alnaley Build%  oricinal A newer ra Pleading In the f tiie I'll cull I'ourt 'lent i.e :.ik. I In the Bill in' Tii be pubUatu t %  ,11 THS IHWISII II 1 HMI'l \N IM INK \ NI 1 .11:1 ii:iti:i • ..t M Florida, tin5th da) ..f Aujjuat, A I 1 r it 1.1: \ HERMAN, Clerk, I'm.nt Court, I'.oie County, Kloilda .s,.,l) K M I.VMAN. Deputy clerk ~ gggr Mr. Business Man & Mrs. Housewife The Jewish Home for the Aged, Thrift Shop, needs your furniture, appliances, clean clothing, luggage, drapes, lamps, dishes, pots, pans, silverware, sheets, bedspreads, etc. All proceeds going towards tltt maintenance of eer distinguished residence. THE HOME THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avt. Telephone NE 3-233S H—M Call es f er flcfe-ee. PALMIST MADAM ROBERTS Indian Reader and advi.or on all problem, on love, marriage, bu.in.... All reading, are private and confidential at 5316 N.W. 7th Avenue For Appointment PL 1-9410 WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT? SUE'S HEALTH & REDUCING CENTER New location £ Equipment Let U. Diacu.. Your Problems With You WE GUARANTEE RESULTS Ml NW 2 Ave.. M : omi FR 1-2771 burUil in -Ut \Y:mhlcton ava., with Neho Cemeterj'MRS. RAE ROTHMAN ft. of ISIS Dayti.niH 1.1 ili.d July 2 She came hare 14 yeara ago I .1.1 11. and waa a member of Hadaaaah. Surviving; are her h !.oul; Mon, Pill; daugrhtcr. Mfa. E. Su.ai. brother, two aT.terx and two .-randchlldren. Pcrvleea and bnrlal were In Cleveland, with neral Home In chars* of local arnenta. Sale Sunday Evening Sisterhood of Hiaicah Jewtifc-Pert Time, Nelidayf I evenitags. 20 miles from Miemi. Jpwish Congregation will ooe, enw.ee., ett. Write te i ,Wh ,e Elephant' sale .. .0, Be, 2973, Miami 1, Fie.! \ l "if t e9B *l**?. m U Palm Springs. REBUILT BATTERIES 12 Month Guarantee—$7.50 up, exch. EXPENTS ON STARTER AND GENERATOR REPAIRS — REASONABLE PRICES — BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS III-VOLT BATTERY MFG. SO N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 94451 IS S. Dixie Highway Pt-ene MO 1-5357 IN THE C:RCUIT COURT OF \HE. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C *35 ROSE T Ittniil, Plaintiff. UBORIO IUUCI. Pefendejit. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To: UBORIO RKJQI Addrea. Cnknewn •Ynu 1.1 IK in 10 ltlij;l are hereby noilfl.-d that a lull of Complaint for %  hna been filed airalnat you, and you are required to aerve a copy ..f vmir A newer or lleadlnr to the Hill of Complaint on the Plalnllff'a Attorney ANUE1 •> A AL.I. ll3 Alna[ ley llulldlnp. M'..iml 2. Florida and 'file thioriginal Anawer or I'leadlruj Reform '" ,r office of the Clerk of thnit Coort on or before the Sth day noia a ,.r September, ISS. If you fall to do Sunday, %  "• Judam. fault will be tak-n ... -.. aRain*t you for the relief demanded OHtn ,„ ..„ R i| „f 1'orruylaint.. Thin notice, ah^ll be publlaoed ___ ea.-h week foi four roneecutlve w< ___ n THE .ll'.WISH Fl.clMIHAN at Miami. Lusuat, AD. MAN. Clerk, .-ik %  A M.l ,'lff una LOSE WEIGHT HYPNOSIS hot pr.ven to be a vary satlsfactery methad far rectifying everweieht, smoking, skin disorders t\ variauf psycketemetic ceeditieas, due to repressed fears t anxiety. RICHARD R. R0MRBAUGH, lie. Hyano Therapist $. Hyena Analyst. TU 7-2426, bt. 211. — INDIAN READER AND A0VTSOR. Are y.. skh, anheeey, ditfeited with lift? See MADAM f AT1MA, f 121 NW 27 Ave.. MU •-•!4 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AU. To WHOM THEME I SBNTH SII.M.I. ViiMK. (JREETI.N Wb. i. .,KIA M:H .1 I \ 1 %  BAY HARIIOR l.-UM'S. KUiltl I \.\IIA I. .1 U'HB, BAT IIAI: isi.wiis. KI.OKIHA I:II:T. U I IS.II MIAMI I IXYRIIM di.r ..11 the 7th d I Aua .-!. \ : %  II .. to be in %  ,1 in-in ..t cii.1.,1. 1 (1 • 1 uridn Ktal I It I A. INCORPoR \ ri:i. ., atlon. with |ta principal i.ia r b .1 Ml \lll. i • \ 1 %  ,: 1 -i .1 NT1 %  %  of ii-.i i.la. MII i iy ..f Julj. \ l> 1 • 1, led In ih. off! • ..r tie of State ..f the Btati Florida, a duK authenticated re lion adopted by the Mo.-kholdera ndei .,1 li.i|,t,'i .Florida tkatutea, ahowlne the aoluUon of -11. h corporation, -N'.., Ih M H i.tar\ f state doe. here t o certify to the 1 I Eraf and that lie (•< aatlafted that the r. i'iir< uients ,f law h..\*tbeefl I I plied with l\' WTTNBrlrl WHBRBOF, I hereunto a,t niv hand and hn\* affixed Ho ..ie.it Beai of the state ..f Florida, at Tallaha--. .. cajiltnl. this th. THIHTIKII "f JII.Y. .ill. 1-.|. (ath day of September, I"**. iwJae the allegation* of .aid plaint will be taken as confeaaed airalnat yon. I'ATElV the 3rd day of AliffUat 15 at Ml.lml. T>ade County, Florida. R 11 MBATHERM \N Clerk of the Circuit Court (aeal) B) K M l.YMAN. Deputy Cl. rk 8/7-14-11-:. 5 Miami li, Florida Studio of Modern Music "For the Best in Music" PIANO-VOCAL INSTRUCTION Vetol Coochiag-Arrangina SIR JOHN HOTEL, Suite 118 274 N.W. 6th STREET Phen. rienklin 3-3311 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. MC660S Dt'ItlH I. F> iKBK, Plaintiff, V". HAKRY W Fl'RBKS. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i. HARRY W, FORHEri. addreaa ^ unknown I t,. file your !anewi with the Clerk "f II 'ourt and reerre a reor upon Herman %  a. Building, Miami, Florida, on "r hefore i.ilnt will .ken aa Dated Julv ':.' %  %  %  rk. lor Ida awaw.wiw.wM



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