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"Jewish Floridian Combining 7Nf JflUflSH VNiTr and TM JEWISH WtlKLY bIume 33 mtnbbr "35 Miami. Florida, Friday, August 28, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20# IIM* I %  IMPUDENCE COVERS COMMUNIST FABRICATIONS \Anti-Semitism Hot in Red Satellites U.S. Gives Israel WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Soviet newspapers from territories acquired by the Soviet Union ter the war—especially Galicia and the Baltic fates—are indulging in unprecedented anti-Jewish propaganda under the pretext of fighting religion, it was established here Tuesday following study of a number of Soviet publications from |bese areas. The Latvian newspaper "Sovietskaya Daugava." published in Riga, carries an article attacking the local rabbi, Baruch Eliashberg, for riling hand-written Jewish calendars. The article avoids indicating that the Soviet authorities rln not permit the printing of Jewish religious calendars, but accuses the rabbi of "amassing" noney by selling the band-written calendars to [•many visitors to the synagogue." Calling this income "Illegal," the articl. carefully avoids saying what ha p pe n ed to the rabbi, but implies that th. practic. of disseminating hand-copied Jewish calendars has been itopped by the Latvian Soviet authorities. The rabbi, according to the Soviet newspaper, was checked after he had purchased "several dozens of ordinary copy books at 15 kopecks ipieee. split them into two, and produced socalled religious calendars which he sold at 5-10 ubles each." Admitting, thus, that it was only a question of "several dozens" calendars, the paper nevertheless charges the rabbi with pocketing the "amassed" income. A more inciting article against Jewish religious leaders appears in the Ukrainian Soviet newspaper "Prikarpatska Pravda," published in Stanislav, which was a Polish city until World War II. "Rabbis, tzadiks and their like" the Communist paper writes, "on the other side of our frontiers, try to now send special agents into our country tor anti-Soviet activities. Their letters and radio broadcasts direct the clergy living in the Soviet Union to sabotage the Communist Party and the Soviet regime." The paper, in it* inciting anti-Jewish article, claims that th* rabbis in the Soviet Unim% "oppose the Communist system of education of children." At example, it cites a Jewish preacher in Mogilev who "net to long ago" allegedly told mothers in the synagogue to "bettor load your children to the slaughter house, rather than to let thorn rot in Communist Pioneer unitt." Declaring that "the Jewish religion teaches Jews who live among other nations never to wish these nations peace and happiness," the UkrainContinued on Page 11 A Enriched Uranium For Atom Reactor WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Israel will receive enriched uranium of a quality that is almost entirely fissionable under terms of an agreement signed here. YaacQv Herzog, Israeli Charge d'Affaires, and G. Louis Jones, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, signed the agreement which provides that Israel* will get a quantity of 90 percent I I r\ ff Vets Send Off Resolves to D.C I enriched uranium for use in a re• search reactor now nearing comj I pletion in -Israel. The agreement amends a 1955 I accord under President Eisenhow! er's Atoms-for-Peace program un; der which Israel received uranium WASHINGTON —(JTA) — The lU-238 enriched with 20 percent Jewish War Veterans of America ;U-235. The upgrading of the qualsubmitted to members of both ity of uranium to 90 percent is imhouses of Congress this week the portant to the working of the Istexts of resolutions adopted by the rael reactor. The reactor will %  plottf-* 8 *?". ft %  MBt wavw| into operation next year. tion earlier this month on national and international issues. Eeport Jordan 'ill Take All Irab Refugees H OfVfBfS UACUt f ACl 6 A JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire JERSULAM-The Kingdom of brdan is willing to accept all the Uestine Arab refugees for peranent settlement within its terories, the Jordanian Premier, azza Majali, declared Tuesday, Icording to Jordanian broadcasts. %  About half the estimated 900,000 >placed Palestine Arabs now re in Jordan, mostly in the northand central areas of the old Ian dated Palestine territory, nich Jordanian forces occupied bring the fighting in IMS, when fe British forces withdrew from country. [The Jordanian offer was seen fre a keyed directly to the forthbming Casablanca conference of irab foreign ministers to discuss refugee question and aa a bove to forestall a possible atfnipt to establish an Arab refustate in the Arab-held parts of lalestine. Ben-Gurion Cuts Vacation Short on French Sea Coast UCKKr SHKOW! PtfME MMWSTfrS TOO* fAOt 1*4 JTA By Direct Teletype Wire I PARIS — Prime Minister Benthem under another Gurion of Israel was on his way] home Tuesday, having curtailed his vacation at St. Clair on the I French Riviera. Ben-Gurion and. his wife. Paula, left Marseilles aboard the Shoham liner Jerusa-| lem Sunday afternoon, occupying a cabin that had been reserved for Frigate Transfer Seen Solved in to Ceylon Crew 'Near Future' M Force Suez )pening--Laskov I TEL AVTVMJTA)— Maj. Gen. Mim Laskov, Chief of Staff of the praeli defense forces, said in a """"•paper interview that If the r sk f opening the Sues Canal to Pfaeli shipping were given to the bnny, "h wou id. be capable of pealing with it." The Israeli commander •tressed, fcowever, that the question was "a "by pobtical issue." He termed cent threats against Israel by Continued en Page 1-A AWAITIH* HAJt CONSENT PAf S-A JTA Washington gureau Chief TEL AVIV—The problem of transferring to Ceylon the two frigates sold to that country by Israel is expected to be solved "within the near future." it was stated authoritatively here Tuesday. The frigates are in the harbor at+ Eilat, awaiting Ceylonese crews to man them and sail them down the Gulf of Aqaba through the Straita of Tiran and into the Red Sea. Ceylon's 100-man crew for the manning of the first of the two ships has been aboard the Ceylonese minesweeper Parakram at the protectorate of Aden for more than two weeks, awaiting word from the United Arab Republic that there would be no trouble if the Ceylonese sailed the ships. The straits row through shores under the luriseSeHe" of the UAR and Saudi Arabia, while a United Natierts lmer go ny Force unH guards one point bordering the straits at Sharm II Sheikh. It was understood here Tuesday that Ceylon was expecting word from Cairo in the next U hours Continued en Fege 11-A At in the case of Bon-Curion't trip to Franco from Haifa, hit departure wat kept to texrot that oven Israeli officials did not know of the unexpected termination of hit French vocation. Only Monday, after he had al ready left France, Israeli circles here were providing to the French press information about the Prime Minister's vacation naming — for the first time—the villa where he had taken his rest. While the sudden vacation trip to the French sea coast was apparently understood to relate to the Prime Minister's medical checkup, no explanation has been forthcoming for the equally sudden cessation of the trip. They urged speedy action by Congress on pending bills to revise the immigration laws, stressing that "the traditional American policy lor more than a century and a quarter was to welcome immigrants, freely, to this country," and pointed out that the immigrants and their descendants "contributed mightily to the development of the United States through their services and contributions in industry, in the profes'sions, in civic life and in public service, as well as in Jhe armed | forces." Strongly criticizing the McCarran-Watter Immigration and .Natwralization Act which it incorporated in the present U.S. immigration policy, the JWV said that this Act "is based on a biased national and racial quota system, on retrogressive immigration procedures and en a wide variety of provisions contrary e the American spirit of fair play.** The JWV also submitted to members of Congress its views on a long-range American policy for the settlement of the Middle East crisis. These views took into consideration that "the economic welfare of Western Europe depends comsroNixm FHLS m rug %  ggggg • • • Mi '-* Riot Probe Denies Bigotry Charge By ELIAMU SALFITIR JTA Bureau Chief In Israel JERUSALEM—A Parliamentary commission of investigation into the recent rioting at Haifa by North African immigrants.gave public and state agencies a clean bill of health this week on charges of bias against these immigrants but urged the speeding up of a special assistance program for immigrants from under-developed areas to help them integrate more speedily into the life of the country. The commission report stated* firmly that "there is absolutely no deliberate discrimination against North African immigrants on the pert of public and state institutions." The commission, headed by District Judge Moshe Etzioni, was appointed by Parliament after the first of the Haifa riots during the night of July 8 and 9. Other members of the commission were Prof. Shmuel Eisenstadt, a sociologist, of Hebrew University; Yaakov KJebanov. a member of Partiament, representing the General Zionist Party; Rabbi Yitzhak Aba Hatzira, of Ramleh, who is of Moroccan origin; and Ram Salamon, an attorney of Haifa. The commission's report concluded unequivocally with an assurance that it had found no discrimination against th. Not III African immigrants m any public or state institution* end declared: ''If, on lower levels. there are do facto situations of inequality and discrimination, there exists on the planning and policy level a genuine desire end clear tendency to ehfe special Continued en Page 7-A



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I '?"' %  Page 2-A *Jei&ncrkliair Friday. Ag gm-jg { Famed Rabbi Out of Prison TEL AVIV—(JTA) —Word was received here this, week from Bucharest that the Rumanian authorities had released Rabbi Zisu Jacob Portogal,. famed Rumanian Jewish spiritual leader, and his son. They had been held for several months pending investigation of charges that followed the aged rabbi's refusal to give up his attempts to locate and care for Rumanian Jewish orphans. Rabbi Portogal is known as the "Skulener Rebbe." No word was received as to the fate of others arrested at tfie same time, some of them because they assisted Rabbi Portogal. Rabbi Portogal had defied police orders i to remain at home and ceay travj eling around the country in his rescue efforts. (The Rumanian Legation in Washington confirmed that Rabbi Portogal had been released. The Rumanian authorities are being asked to give Rabbi Portogal an exit viso permitting him to leave Rumania and come to the United States to become spiritual leader of the K'hal Adas Yereim Congregation in Brooklyn. An American entry visa will be ready for Rabbi Portogal. it was learned, as soon as he has the necessary permission to leave Rumania.) Miami Must Sell $110,000 in Bonds: Oritt to Head Local Delegation at C< Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs, was a surprise visitor in Miami for a few hours recently, en route to New York from a tour of South American capitals. Greeting Israel's famous woman leader at the airport were Nahum Astar (cetner), former Consul for Israel in the Southeastern region who returned to Israel last week, and Samuel Oritt. general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee. Can Force Suez Opening-Laskov Continued f-om Pege 1 A LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAIIY PICK-UPS New York, New Jer sey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston — all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 N. Lieberman & Sons •35 COLLINS AVI. RETURN LOAD RATES President Nasser and War Minister Amer of the United Arab Republic as signs of weakness and fear. No Egyptian Army officer, he said, would have repeated those arrogant threats and he voiced „ certainty that Nasser himself did Handwriting Analyst Slated not believe them. atively nuiet since last October. !Gen. Laskov asserted, after Israel | had made it clear that the Syrians would be blasted out of their poi sjiions if there were further serious incidents. Miami's delejatjpn^to (he national economic conference for Israel, headed by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oritt, will offer rfh unprece: ibute to Mrs 4 ; FREE ESTIMATES TRULY NOLEN, IXC. trtltir Miami! l.r,,,t Eiittnmilir lit. I'M MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Nr.nen.nl ., Ceattroetleii loan. e* Htm or OM Properties U.i.r Ceastrectleo oCeaajleted. Will Say ., Make Lo.. .. i,t r im4 W brt j mm Ground Fees er leases delimited laseraace him4u ff.Q. Broker Ph. FR 9-3*44 GLASS F0R EVERY PURPOSE ** ** STOtl FRONT PUn —4 WINDOW SUSS FaroHare Tops, Re-eM Mirror* end Rei.tVer.oe, Oor Saerieftv IA (,. Glass and Mirror Works 134 S.W. 8th STREET Morris Orfla Phone FR MM, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI IEACr aitono Jf 1-359S "Progrosainq with Our Many Sausfiexi Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. "ART" "MAW" -R4TTOW TEXACO BOH Corol Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 140 S.W. lib Si I PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Leading Memorial Dealers" SorvJa* tie J.wiik Coateiea/rr Sine. 1926 SIAMtS ONI ^p^ GUARANTEED AND oNtr M 7m f|MIJT QUAl|TT JEWISH T 1 MONUMENTS MONUMENT BUILDERS CATER/NO uciosiviir TO THE JEWISR CUIMTIU AT LOWEST PRICES IN MIAMI I •RAVE MARKERS HEADSTONES FOOTSTONES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Bay for Loss at Palmer's and Save I All Me..-.,, restMo* I. Oor Ow. lfce H WWW. o^ t | **n %  n • II SOUTHWEST It. STREn R*a fo Corser af Ur4 Areeee PHOHES: j HI 4-0921 1 HI 4-0922 f I \ \ P'tvoey end Owlet of our large repotlnf roomi end in the diitinguiihed •entng ot Our .unlit windowed Chooelsmpoff.r nS. u ltimote in comfort ond lervlca. tomou, w,th Riverside for ever 50 yoofiT^ R iverside MIMORIAL CHAPIL &f HINIML DIRECTORS Phon JE 1-1151 MIAAAI MACM 1244 Washington AveoM 'M0 Alto. Ro.nl MIAMI w o> Ftooter end 20H, Avetvee U • %  AMBUUNCI SERVICE "^W lloebona % • s^^ ,\ \ % 



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UvTug "" 28, KS9 -Jewish fhrkllari Page 3-A k*v y Lai Biith Youth Organization holds recent Day to collect funds for the Bellefaire Chilen's Home. The hospital and research cenf serves emotionally disturbed children from to 16 years of age. Left to right are Ellie al, assistant Miami director of BBYO, Senators Seek Gen. Grant Retraction of Libel Article WASHINGTON—(JTA)— A movement is under way in the Senate to persuade Senators belonging to the Civil War Centennial Commission to insist that GewW. 9. Onmtj-Sr*. chairman of the commission, retract an anti-Semitic article he endorsed relating to the Civil War. Sen. Joseph S. Clark, Pennsylj Harvey Gordon, Judy Kapner, Donald Bogish. Tag Day chairman, Ronny Shapo, South Florida BBYO Council president, Lee Sandier, Tag Day co-chairman, and Helen Goldstein. Over 200 teen-agers participated in the $600 drive, whose goal was exceeded by $22.64. vania Democrat, made known this week that he asked Senate colleagues on the commission that they insist upon an immediate retraction. "I was deeply disturbed by Gen. Grant's sponsorship of an anti-Semitic article,'' the senator said. "Particularly by the implication that, by virtue of his position as chairman of the Civil War Centennial Commission, the article has official sanction. Gen. Grant's failure to print a retraction of this baseless attack is a clear breach of his responsibilities as chairman of the commission. membership are Hugh Scott, Pennsylvania Republican; Clinton P. Anderson, New Mexico Democrat; Carl T. Curis, Nebraska Republican; and Joseph C. O'Mahoney, Wyoming Democrat. Chorus to bo Heard tylon Buys, Begs UAH to Pick Up 0. AVlV-(JTA)—Israeli cirWednesday were puzzled by Iction taken by the government Keyloo, which seems to be filing the "permission" of the led Arab Republic and Saudi Ma to transit from the Red [through the Straits of Tiran to i up two frigates which Ceylon [bought from Israel, he ships, Israel's Miznak and jtach, are riding in the harbor lilat, awaiting Ceylonese aailfwho are on the way to Eilat Lick up the vessels. The fiist pp of Ceylonese sailors were :ted here nearly two weeks On Wednesday, it became n that the Ceylonese sailors, krd the Colombo government's psweeper, the Parakram, are ock in the Protectorate of h, awaiting word from Egypt [Saudi Arabia as to whether may pass on toward Eilat ft ships belong to Ceylon now; have been bought and paid It was learned Wednesday, ever, that Ceylon notified the Arab governments and the led Nations Emergency Force it was about to sail through to It to pick up the vessels. The ,.nds guard over the lii>' Tiran, at Sharm-el-Sheik. EF is understood merely to acknowledged Ceylon's noSaudi Arabia, it is underd, has not answered at all; le the CAR replied" evasively. Nathaniel Lorch, Israel's repr*s*nt*tiv* at Cotombo, capital of Ceylon, has approached the Ceylon*** Foreign Ministry with en explanation that no "permission'' tosail through the Straits of Tiran or rh* Golf of Akaba are n**d*d from either Saudi Arabia or Egypt. Whiio the waters in question ar* bordorod by shorts under rh* jurisdiction of these two states, Israel had re* mind*d Ceylon that, in fact, the Strait* and Hw Culf ar* International waters, open t* the shipping of all nations. Israel is using thos* water*, as an International highway, and hopes that C*ylon will act the *am* way. Israel haa also pointed out to Ceylon that, while it kas a perfect right to inform any government about armament purchases, it is under no obligation to ask any government's acquiescence to ship those armaments. The frigates in the Eilat harbor are stocked with supplies that Ceylon has bought from Israel, including Israeli-made Uzi submachine uns. Israel's step in selling the frigates to Ceylon was a purely practical matter. Israel does not need those ships any longer. The Miznak and Mivtach made sensational trips in 1956, Immediately after the Sinai campaign was launched, sailing from Haifa around the Cape of Good Hope to Eilat. However, recently, Israel shipped overland to Eilat a number of fast, highlymaneuverable torpedo boats which are considered far superior as guardians of Israel's port of Eilat. There is confidence here that, once Ceylon understands the situation clearly, it will order the minesweeper Parakram to continue its journey to Eilat, so that the Ceylonese crews could take over the two frigates after some preliminary training by Israeli experts. Greater Miami Workmen's Circle Chorus will be beard in concert Sept. 6 to 9 at the Southeastern District conference at the DeSoto hotel in Savannah, Ga. Conductor is Abraham Haidick. Mrs. Abraham Haiduck is accompanist. I Selections will be in Hebrew, YidSenators holding commission dish and English. • IHSURED SAVINGS • HOME FINANCING •SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest in Miami Beach I FEDERAL SAVINGS AHO LOAN A VsioCIATIOW mohOmtniUm*Uoi**eMo*o*k'* COINWORD Eludes Correct Solution COINWORD is again the victor. Puzzle No. 7 last week defied the best efforts of Greater Miami contestants. The current Jewish Floridian jackpot therefore rises to $170. COINWORD Editor thought he clarified the process by which puzzles are explained. All explanations must remain two weeks behind as a result of a technical restriction laid down by contest officials. Puzzle replicas published with explanations are therefore the correct solution to the COINWORD appearing two issues previously. 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%  P:go 4-A +Jewislr*0*ii l^tey-A um 28.19 11 Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 7-2542 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor Florid*. -e-Hler the Act of March J. 18.. En B lih-Jewiih Newepper e. nd the Florida Preee The Jewish Floridlan DONI not |WJ"W SUSp*" 1 of the merchmdigg 'advertlsed In ll co lumn. Three Ver $10.00 during the week an i *ee it • • • by LEO MINDLIN SUBSCRIPTION One Veer 15.00 ISRAEL BUREAU 10 A. D. Gordon Street, Tel Aviv, Israel KAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 33 Number 35 Friday. August 28. 1959 24 Ab 5719 Reading in Ezra Pound The Gen. Grant allegation that "international Jewish influences" were at work in the War Between the States is one that does v jlence not only to American Jews but to citiH "is of all faiths — and on both sides — who fought and died for the principles in which they believed. Gen. Grant is chairman of the Civil War Centennial Commission responsible for the naticn's observance next year of the 100th anniversary of the war. The anti-Semitic article he has endorsed is all the more shocking for tii.s reason. No less an historian than Dr. Bertram W. Krrn has denied the validity of the article. As 0 member of the commission, Dr. Korn challenged Gen. Grant's sanction of the hate piece, 1 baling it for what it is. The implication of Confederate Secretary of State Judah P. Beninin in the "Jewish plot" is particularly repn Sensible. We suggest some careful reading in the "political and "economic" writings of poet Lzra Pound, now in exile in Italy, who has 0 er the years attacked the "international b anders such as :he Rothschilds for an alii ?ed roiein the U.S. Civil War. This is the Q eme o; the Gen. Grant pamphlet. There is perhaps an interes::.-.; relationship here. Pound-type ';. by" cs expressed in trese writings, as well ? in his "Cantos." long ago became an integral part of the hatemonl manual. Racist John Kasper is a case point During his visits to Miami several 3 ago, Kasper fioo-ed the city with antiSemitic literature written in imitation Ezra Pcund genre. Without regard to the specifics of the Civil Var allegation, thct anti-Semitic libels have € isted from time immemorial should be no r;ws to Gen. Gran:. His grandfather, illustrious Union Forces leader who later became Resident of the United States, was himself guilty ot signing an order calling for the removal of Tennessee Jewry within 24 hours. If the General is as sincere as he vows in h s own defense, then he should be quick to repudiate the charge. If. in the face of evidence to the contrary such as Dr. Kom's and what n ay be found in Ezra Pound, the General rerrains adamant, he should be removed from a s chairmanship. The Civil War Centennial is too auqust an occasion to be besmirched by bigotry. The End oflnequities The Israel Parliament probe of the recent ~lS ^ A ? Can **&** in Hau£?a. concluded that bias was not involved in spurring the demonstrators. The special Parliamentary investigating b^dys report that "there is absolutely no deliberate discrimination against North African imrr'2E? ,h n P^ £ me P ubIic and tate ^sntutions will be good news for all intelligent-thinking friends of Israel. r,^ Th9 P robe L does not. of course, close the Yfh^ s ?" ett g motivated the disturbance OfCAQ with, and may do so again. The investigating body has concluded that the £ v W 6 ^^ V* me Cit *' s Wadi Sanb area SSLft! 1 em P lovmea sit utin is poor, co* tr J)uted in large measure to the riotinq r„n,Sr. eVer i ^ mav be no more than a circiimlocution for the charge of prejudice. I n &ubTa*d the P-rlicrrrxentcrxyReport. Waal balib is a densely-populated slum, where living conditions are very difficult." N^^L Sh Uld SUCh condi, ions prevail where ,. Afr i can "^migrants congregate? Some Israeu ofhcia s attempt to explain it by^. scribing the "native difference" between these 1 "*"'"" *! "£ ew ^ving fom European ( IT S* they "^ the Europeans wek tnergetacaUy to apply themselves Vthe process of mtegration and self-support conmrS ?^ Africans they declare, are by contrast lethargic, symbolizing the "manana" I AkV) i %  chev trip to AiT.-r^l freeing from nij^ie view. Onm ee xeS iv E?T* at Mnc,i IT trip is a complete revDulles diplomacy i, .7 a certainty that were th? Secretary of State „,, ttru->hHw -UMhaa i %  ai d am, M npu awaa h ty^ Mu.jjJ self, was symbolic of the repudiation of personality rule Th7 hcan Administration in which he functioned, and whose irnae! largely responsible for shaping, established the Roosevelt-StaW of negotiation as the greatest blunder to rise out of World W Mr. Dulles' wa the implacable belief that one can not I with the Russians except by remote control, as a result of whirl little is achieved and at a snail's pace. His repudiation of pern rule in this sense created absolutism in another—his own unm handling of American-Soviet foreign relations that more brought us to the abyss of his brinksmanship. Since the late Secretary of State's passing, a reversal haai in progress despite President Eisenhower's sternest warnS there would be no relaxation into a summit conference wmtaai •proper progress" in the recent Geneva negotiations. 'PronL* s." whatever that quantity may have meant to the Pr3 I did not develop even in the eyes of the moat optimistic otS Khrushchev's impending trip here is proof that the reversal k thelcss a fact today. However forcefully Mr. Eisenhower artfe! advisors may argue that the trip is not a summit conference M wiD deny this is precisely the kind of get-together for which tbjjj Premier has long angled. Khrushchev's persistent demand for A MtSSAGE OF HOPE FROM STOCKHOLM Refugee Solution Ahead? Jordan King Hussein's recent rapproch,ment with UAR President Nasser is an interesting phenomenon. The king decided to reestablish diplomatic relations because, as he put it so pithily, Nasser has given up. at least for the time being, his efforts aimed at assassinating him and subverting Jordan. Hussein goes even further. In the event of UAR war with Israel, he declared this week, his kingdom will unquestionably be on the side of Egypt. These are certainly far from wholesome grounds for relations between governments. But wholesomeness does not mark the nature of Arab affairs generally these days so far as the general Middle East climate is concerned. That Hussein is an unneeded wheel on the carriage of Nasser Pan-Arab ambitions was demonstrated clearly several days ago in the wake of a Jordan radio declaration that the Hasherrute Kingdom would be willinq to absorb all of the 900.000 Arab refugees Little, we are certain, could upset Nasser more. Tne refugees are his favorite subject He weeps over them, points to their ill-late characterizes Israel as the monster that spawned tne entire situation-and does everything within his power to block a suitable solution to tneir repatriation or resettlement. „ n T n h t f *"* if 1 "? 668 hav e served Nasser and other M.ddle Eastern potentates well in Aeir political machinations. But the temper tSiSSiT 8 uch %  a soluUon -"* netXs 311 ^ 17 indi9enOU3 l ^ Such explanations ignore the fact that tfE?i 'T 3 *?i themsel ^ more quickly grasp this syrnpametic'vi^L £ St"^ ; f re^ce dlSC n,en,ed "-P-* ^W Uon oTa sSXS an ^ p ^7-dacomers from underdeveloped^£as Z T Jeir integration into Israeti^cciSTu fruitful part of the reoort „. n y the m< { sign thaUewisrStaTreaaerri 1 ? ^ e sinating Hussein anS s^^X !" *~ a summit meeting wttaafl more than a euphemism to disguise his most immediate heart'iail sire: face-to-face discussion with the President. Thus, the Rooaaaf Stalin personal diplomacy that the Republicans previously found) favorite bete noir. is precisely that which Mr. Eisenhower iruumn3 with his startling invitation to Moscow's keeper of the keysieS ueeks ago. IN TH[ TRADITION Of AH ADVtKSAMY IT IS THE "new" Mr. Eisenhower who issued the invitatioa, Jm %  observers have been jubilantly remarking. This is the "old^7j Eisenhower, his most maudlin supporters offer as a counter] Uon—the Eisenhower of World War II as man of decision and i What hampered him from acting on his native talents assumption of office, the apologists remark, has been his ill-bead. Closer to the truth would be the President'* release from Dtdkl absolutism—a kind of absolutism virtually manic in its sermoo3 | ed Puritanical religiosity and based on the refusal to recogniaJ international diplomacy will not flow forth from rigid New Eaffl .~ -—-— I'rr-Milential wings for the first time, seeking to fulfill the imafg himself he presented to the voting public in late 1951. Tm s a3 image, however astigmatic, of peace-maker in Korea and salve to ail wounds between East and West. a And it is as peace-maker that he now awaits the arrival fj Khrushchev, hoping in the inmost recesses of his per achieve what others have thus far failed to accomplish — I cile the differences, to call a halt to the Cold War. to forge : peace. Mr. Eisenhower is thus reaching the climax of his the tradition of a Democratic adversary. Franklin Delano R who never missed the opportunity to remark "I hate war," made the mistake of trying te tell it to Stalin. Hi ADMINISTRATION TURNS fULL OKU IF THE PERSONALITY cult, replete with Messianic compk once again upon us. what of Vice President Nixon? He i silent these days when some in his coterie opportunistically that his astonishing trip to the Soviet Union was what changed L. Eisenhower's mind and brought an invitation to Khrushchev hai Knowing this is not true, he says nothing even in his nodded aflfi ation of Administration denials. The stakes are high for tawS President these days: he has his eye on the office above. Mr. Nixon is thus attempting to wring maximum benefit rrtel his own trip, as well as from that of the Soviet Premier's. Tl when he would hardly have been so silent. Those who remen campaign against Helen Gabagan Douglas in California know \fte President might have reacted less than a decade ago. Mr.! bowers ultimate adoption of the diplomacy of his Democratic! ccssors is therefore hardly unique these days. io F llowing closely behind is th Vice President, who as l*L 1956 imputed traitorous intentions to the heart of candidate A#J RuMia 50 WhC Slevenson suggested closer, more-personal ties **| We have thus, apparently, turned full circle, with the AdmialB oi ned to take Khrushchev on personally-when one* spokesmen saw a Communist behind every word or deed desi. circumvent the rigid Messianism of Mr. Dulles. Docs the Pr uT.h C L nCC J fMlli h,s sclf envisioned role as peace nukefT *• h rLt U IM; mere,v ,ul1 Us n, <> sense of false secur* with respect to an illusory thaw in the Cold War? TM %  MMK TOrVI* Of BAUL £ RECENT DISPATCH from London is a case in point, in**] Am j, v t official stationed there, who remarks on today's fartgl h TJL ft 1 jokc one m *y e eertain. few if any Amera* he W.„. ir".V %  S me P^P' 0 in Unit d SUte tre P ,inU a rh!w L nc,al bcglns his story. "Xhey have begun to teach t>* s.nfs u n K SS ^ an Mosl of them however, are more realist icily* siSo .il C ,K '.T prelude to his Punch-line. "They are e# sidenng teaching their youngsters ChineieT \ Soviet fp„f 0rite j ke rw l uir es no belaboring. Indeed, it betnjj ih. uni" rV* r m re than "Passes American sentiment-fcaHjI masterT2 m lh that may one day engulf the KrrtW press" n „T PH !"!" '"' P^'^^ent in Lao, bear, this out as aafl %  hev Sii? C iT S m e 8 a,ion w h respect to the impending Kh !" of^n P^f w" Uos in ure ***ia* even the reawaj presurnablv .m? M .L**" 1 r PPWhment and. in the midst of SS tK here wf r^ m t ChCV ,nd Ei -"hower cross-visits. uan If 2. thaw e Cold War. our uire" u5Tn7 **" ""*** """ "* vuitt mi ht dr0P M Sj '• %  the immS. Z remove *• PO^bilHy. Assuming nothing a* • • S Z r rn t "nH^ S Uy ei,h r *W Pntn,er or the 2 munist arms anrt ,1 R r eemem with "Caecboatevakia" for CaJ >'Z ?£ P* nelr ti>n of Soviet power into the Middklfc • e anotheJ SST r P r ,ding •*• ^ *hen Moscow an


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Page 8-A fjMtfs* fk WithoutDiscomfort "" 'SSL'S! h l2? V* %  "* %  af relieve distressiaf bead east f iA new Ubtat development tw v ,i n Md > lps dr •ches. pressure pains, stdffed-up d^naa* Ml '" head, uial drip, clogged breaththat £*?, Li Sln vit£ >ng-all the unrelenting sympwidelv bt H^ pre ? rit *i "or. toms the sinus sufferer know* teria f „,?? t0n th n %  !" •o wWl-.re attacked dirertl? rSst^ PUrpos *TB ** by improving drainage ot,il "JWication is now available at •inus areas. ar m '* of the drug counters without the need the Wood stream. It deposits !" .i dnUi — P* L r!!L dro P ot Wood |SSS 3^! i PreMUre *a*ioc. •new mediation which uS? £;„ ITS ****•. relieve the Israel Gets $89 Million in U.S. Assists nee NKW YORK--A total of S89.400.000 in US. Lovernmentol aid was received bj Israel m the ,.!.-, ir. and S52.4O0.000 is budgeted for M*. the Amer ican-I>rael Chamber of Comi and Industry reported this week "Durini the past year Amor v\-h Israel ued to DC marked by the same df : sympathy an i understandhich prevailed during the decade preceding it" the report Both public and private aid from the United States, which in the past finano than twoth.nlof Israel'i $2-5 billion import surplus, continued to holp Israel absorb her graving population and at the same time make •oward a self supporting economy The I'nited States continued to be the number one supplier of imports to Israel and the %  customer for her exports The report estimated that, in 1958, Israel received ahout $0 million from the United Jewish Aopeal and other American Jewish appeals for Israel. It indicated that income from the sale of Israel bonds during the 1958-59 fiscal year amounted to $47 million. Israel also received a new S24.20O.0O0 loan earmarked for water development from the Export-Import Bank in 1958. having repaid some $40 million of the earlier loans by the Bank. American private investment in 1958 amounted-to about &f million as compared to an average of $10 million for the first eight years of the State. 'While this figure mav not seenT spectacular, it must in the l< /relive t private American investment I m the postwar which was decidedly on a minor scale During the four-year period irom 1949-1953, Nrael ranked third amons foreign countries i_ iracfed fnwestrr-pnt i uni i, 7^ t-S.. if oil produc'nT *" excepted," the report d-n, "With a greatly mp ZZ ment climate now pr Israel, there is every expect th.it investment oy American citize and COM will play an increasfogbl role in the coun the report concluded. Prert MAtSHAU lANCft Both Jordan and Iraq were described as being most interested in he financial aspects of the Ham rnarskjold plan which envisaged a rapital investment of two billion dollars for the economic development of the Middle East and the resettlement of displaced Arabs. Lebanon, with a population almost evenly divided between Christians and Arabs, would like to see a settlement of the refuge problem which would relieve it Of the burden of 100,000 refugees, nearly all of them Moslem, whose settlement in that country would upset the present balance. %  pposition to the Hamplan was led by the i I'ni'.ed Arab Republic Its dictaGamal Atxlel Nasser, has found r es a useful mstruwhieh to prolong restod disorder in Jordan and other Arab state-, over which he seek .tion. (The New York Times, in a cable irom Beirut said that "from •he tone of some editorial.* in the Arab prebelieved that ire within the conI Id of counhave been ee respoai ikjold The cable editorial in an Arab newspaper denounced -those who demand ; -. : Israels normal trade financing in the U.S. makes it the recipient of short-term loans by banking inj n#fel. CftOIH Names Manager stitutions and through regular I trade credit channels." the report pointed out. "These are supplemented also by lending on the part of special financial corporations engaged in trade with Israel, notably the trading arms of the Palestine Economic Corp. and Ampal. on behalf of the Histadrut Credit of this type is backed by commodJ William Cole, executive vice president and general manager of the Grenoble hotels, has joined the Jack Tar hotels organization. Ed C. Leach, president of Jack Tar. announced Wednesday. Cole has been named General manager of the Jack Tar Francis Marion hotel at Charleston. S. C. Leach declared. Frat Will Hold National Confab] Delegates from 46 leuto-i leges and universities tar the United States and (atum, attend the 6ist antuvtrsS Honal convention ol Zeta B|j fraternity at the Deauvilfc J from Friday to Monday. Therl meet with national and rrt officers, chapter trustee* prominent alumni from tktasi out the nation. Marshall J. Langer. Mu ney, is general chairma convention. Samuel R. ft James R. Katzman and Ha Steiner are serving as chairmen. Assisting them are a lafsfl mittee of Florida alumai,; ing the following vice ch William R. Alvin. Milton fc I Ian. Irving M. Ellis s r Jena Hofmayer, James N. Kaan, S. Korach, lrven P. Robert Lewin, Leonard E. ter, Robert L. Turchin. Be Wagner and Daniel L BaksLf. vention treasurer is Hirml Klein. Highlights of the prognn-i be the annual banquet on day evening and a formal dance on Sunday eveahn alumni in the Greater UiaaM are invited to attend. 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day August 28. 1959 +JewlstifhrMlaii Page 7-A Riot Probe Denies Bigotry Charge slevision and recording star Dinah Shore and her husband, fcotion picture actor-producer George Montgomery, are shown their daughter, Melissa Ann, on their first trip to Israel, _ring which they toured Israel Bond projects and historical (tes. The famous couple and their daughter met leading Isheli ofiicials and visited many of the enterprises throughout Le country which receive Israel Bond assistance. Among ke sites they visited during their stay in Israel was Caesarea Cbove), the ancient port on the Mediterranean coast. Continued from Pago 1 A ear* and priority to Oriental immigrants and attempts to integrate them in all areas of Is' raeft Kfo." The report found that the first incidents, on the night of July 8, I were spontaneous. "This spon taneity gradually disappeared." I the commission added, "and, from | the next morning on, reactions were largely shaped by one or several organizers." The commission did not, however, accept the contention that "any public or political bodies were behind the disturbances." As to the situation among the North African immigrants in general the commission found that "despite equal conditions offered all citizens and all immigrants, some of them are, de facto, unable to compete on an equal level with other citizens, particularly in the field of primary education." The report summarized the general social, economic and cultural background of all Moroccans, and the situation in the Wadi Salib quarter specifically. It found the Cairo Weekly Hits Mufti |As Danger to Arab World LONDON——Haj Amin el-Husseini, the former Mufti of Jeruem who organized the anti-Jewish riots in Mandated Palestine and rked with Adolf Hitler in World War II, is being pushed completely of the picture by Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser and is being denied role whatever in current Arab politics, reports from 1 Cairo disclosed week. Wadi Salib area a "densely-populated slum, where livin? conditions are very difficult, most of the copulation is unskilled and. therefore, the employment situationjs jwor." Amorti largo sections of the North African immigrant population, the eortviss-^n eoettfrv ued, "especially in the Moroccan community, there exists a deep fooling of inequality and discrimination, even a fooling that discrimination is deliberate." The report stressed that it would he wrong not only to identify North African immigrants in general with the Haifa disturbances, but that"only a small handful of Wadi Salib residents participated in the riots." Among the rio.ers, stated the commission, "were women, children, teen-agers and, at all times, there was a criminal element among them." The report charged that organizations of North African immigrants "contributed considerably to the feelings of discrimination, basing themselves not on efforts to improve -social and economic conditions among the_North Afribut on developing a sense of inequality." Th commission, in passing, hd Hi'-K praise for he work of i<-teeratinq all Israelis don* by the Israel army. "Not evon fho moet vehement of witnesses," the commission said, "charged any discrimination in the army." After submitting i's findings, the commission recommended that current efforts in the fields of housing, education and establishment of new settlements be speeded. The group urged that priority be given to th. elimination of slums and ma'abarot (temporary transit camosi. It enjoined Israel to give special assistance to immigrants from underdeveloped areas to aid their "speedy attainment of the ability to utilize equal opportunities." Finally, the report proposed th establishment of a special public body to study the problem of the integration of the various immigrant communities. the ex-Mufti, who was always special consideration by the States, came under a sharp sonal attack this week at the is of s leading Cairo weekly ch denounced him as "the most fcgerous man in the Arab world." attack would not have appearhad not received official sanc| The tame publication roundly en-.ned the ex-Mufti's plan* establish a Palestine govern 1 -irvexile with the kecking a foreign nation which has kt been publicly identified with plan. LONG DISTANCE MOVING I o ail points in fat country jESTIftAATES CHEERFULLY IGIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE iCE • lt.lt. 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Paqm 8-A. %  Friday, August 29 1959 ft*nU/ l r*,.i. Brno Koeice and Banaka, profound thirst for InforBystrica All serve i Untied to deteriorate. On the surface, matters look much improved. The country's seven rabbis, 14 cantors and other religious officials are under salary to the Ministry of Bducatioo and CuMure. may have Deen other cases we do not know of them The prospects for finding neu rabbis A kosher restaurant is maintained in the basement of the Jewish Town Hall, where Dr. Sicher has offices, and M kosher butcher shops serve th* country. One is in Prague, another in Karlovy Vary and eight others in Slovakia. Metzohs were prepared by a Slovakian bakery und e r Or. Kali's supervision. Homes for K5 aged men and women in Marianske Lain*, 75 l'HMi. resembles dozens of othc r streets in medieval Prague. The only reminders are the Star of David on the synagogue and old Town Mall and the clock with Hebrew numbers atop the synagogue. Mementoes of the Ghetto are kept in the government-run Jewish Museum, a carefully preserved record Of the time when I'rague was a resting place for the count-, less Jewish merchants plying the tuneless trade route from Mainz b) Kiev. A hall century ol air power development will be dramatized at Miami Beach Sept. 3 to 6 when thsse) two aircraft are displayed together (it the An Pore* As n.'s Aerospace Panorama. The 1909 Wriqht fly... thfirst U.S. military aircraft, will be shown alongsldo one ol the An Force/s latest jet fighters. The F-105. above, travels at i totpsi hour as compared to the Wright's 42 miles per hour. Hundreds of other aircraft and related missile oquipmsnt will be shown at the Panorama, billed as the "defense meeting of the year." Bay Harbor Drive For Mt. Sinai Bay Harbor islandand environs Vmerican Bevinga ami Loan I will gO all out to contribute their has accepted hnnorar> chail share to the building fund ol the ship ol the drive new Mt Sinai Hospital ol Greater Miami, according to Mayor Shep aril Broad At the same time. Broad an nOUBOSd the appointment of Tom Kravitc, Baj Harbor Islands, as Broad, who is also president ol chairman of the campaign WASHINGTON 1.ITA1 Harold Rie -1111.111, former chairman of the New York chapter of the American Jewiah Committee, and .1 member oi the administrative and steering committees of the AJC, as appointed by President 1 laat wi ekend to men. i" n hip on the United Mate ael ation to the 1 nited Natlom Gen er.il Acmblj. Riegi iin.iii has been serving for a year as M s delegate to the Unl ted Nations Administrative Trl bunal, .1 is nation | p which h is |Ust concluded a series ol sessions at Genets Riegelman has been, for years, prominent in Jewish and interfaith activities, as well as in general communal affairs. Active in the affairs of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, he was chairman of the NCCJ national commission on community organizations and, more recently, founded and conducted a special seminar on Islamic culture. An attorney, Riegelmen in 1938 served as a delegate to the Now York state constitutional coovan Hon He has BUM acted as ac! visor to the Stale ot New York on welfare legislation, housing, taxation and finance He is currently oounsel to the Washington F.mbs\v of fhe Nationalist Chinese Govern ment. Tuesday he left Geneva tor conferences with Nationalist Chinese authorities at Taiwan. After confirmation by the Senate, he is expected'to assume his UN POd on Sept. 15. In recent years, President Etsenhower has boon appointing one prominent American Jewish leader to each U.S. delegation to the 1 N General Assembly. Other JewIsh leaders who have served the U S. Government in that capacity are Jacob Blaustsin, Philip ftl. Kbit/nick, and Irving Salomon. SUPER STRENGTH ALCOA WRAP HIAVY DOTY 12-Inch25 Ft.-lena.th 45c Now at your store strongest aluminum foil of all! Inte r view s %  Wastr e l ere easily one HUM, ne At awrmtsslen or an effieUI New. a 1 as m sal ** Cseeti officials to interview Hie Chief tohM was aVUmUs** okk • -aw parenlealan W raejwsroe." win* and brandy are botntnawil. Siallsluux 1



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Other cases were "isolated Gray-bearded. Vienna (rained Dr. Sicher. Chief Rabbi since XM7, and Dr. Rudmlt Iltis, general secretary of toe,Council of Jewish Religion* Communities in Prague, gave official answers to questions on tie religious community but shied away from political matteers. Both •tressed the critical shortage of rabbis and the problem of building for the future. They proclaimed the importance of identifying the Jewish community with the Caech nation as a whole. But the predominant fact of life for Jew* hen ia the shadow of Rudolf Slants?. Once the moat Important Jewish figure ia the Crech government, Slansky, then secretary general of the Caech Communist Pnrty, waa hanged aevea yean %  ajo in the last of the big Stalinist purge trials. He and n others, including set tn Jews, were denounced for treason and accused of plotting •gainst the state, collaborating with Tito, conspiring to help Czech lews to imignte to Israel and attempting to seize the government. •I SMwr denied that the trial was aH lo-iric. "Slomky MmaeW was not a swactkinfl Jew. The trial did, however, u*> loesh a wave of latent anttSemJHsm in n aente who a Iwa y> have that tendency," ho said. Yet at present no Jews held Important aweitiena in the Czech of relieien flourishes. kWt social 10 ftors 4fe This W-k Lockout: The Rabbinical Council charged this week that five hot pilots in New York City refuse to admit authorized Mohalim to perform ritual circumcisions, making It impossible for Jewish families to have the rite performed on new born sons in those hospitals. SUPER STRENGTH ALCOA WRAP Heavy Duty 63= IS Inch $ %  &f Length w THRIFTY SUPER MARKET 527 Washington Avenue Miwtii BCHCit V-K ^*irv. *J i i >* • 'S' ''"l y ^ ^4--# r ALCOA ALUMIMUM FOIt. wOvf C •" I %  WRA • • LEADING COMPETITIVE BRAND...TURKEY LEG POKES THROUGH This photograph shows how easy it is to tear ordinary aluminum foil. Juices and flavors escape, meat dries out. This ripping and cracking is often a problem in wrapping leftovers, too. SUPER-STRENGTH ALCOA WRAP...RIP-FREE, SEALS TIGHT Look! You can tug new Alcoa Wrap tight around a turkey. Meat stays moist, delicious. New-alloy Alcoa 0 Wrap hugs jars and bowls tighter, too—keeps leftovers tasty days longer. NEW SUPEKfSTRENGTH ALCOA WRAP up to 104% STRONGER than 2 other leading brands SUPER-STRENGTH PROVED BY UNITED STATES TESTING CO. NEW SUPER-STRENGTH ALCOA WRAP... STRONGER IN EVERY SIZE, tOne of the country's leading independent testing organizations tested New Super-Strength Alcoa Wrap and the two other well-known brands of aluminum foil. Here are the test results.* Super-Strength Alcoa Wrap Regular Weight 71% STRONGER THAN BRAND "X" REGULAR WEIGHT 56% STRONGER THAN BRAND "Y" REGULAR WEIGHT Super-Strength Alcoa Wrap Heavy Duty 104% STRONGER THAN BRAND "X" HEAVY DUTY 56% STRONGER THAN BRAND "Y" HEAVY DUTY •Mullen Bursting Strength test. Report i A 56072, made by the United States Testing Co., on packages of competitive foil taken at random from retail store shelves between April 1 and May 1.1959. EVERY WEIGHT, INCLUDING HEAVY DUTY r *m__ 0A fOll. i^iiN ci m a Fv ticituii drama watch "Alcoa "taaanlj" tutry \ |W ntM .1 i Tuwday, ABC-TV. and tht -Emmy Award" iMia| / |^>8*' | < "AkM Ibaatia" iltitnata Mondaji, NBC-TV tJ&!u.Hm* 1



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Fcce 10-A •Jmistrkr**" 1 ADDRESS CITY l EXPLANATION TO PU1ZU NO. 6 EXPLANATIONS ACROSS %  .1 b~ s mark that meaAt Ms, aiSVB. •—? I H p A V 1 N GB D 1 B 13 BEriREn u A <; k E DiflNIi PK ISIEIAJT IM A. c EE| D SK _R _0 i B i B'E • 12DP ol T! T] i n T oP el AJ R0 S! TI AI LI K /ridgy, Aug urt 28. J ""' be doesn't Ilk* (| wfc-J. your .i„.. 11 „7 n ^'*,iW^.l VNaelilns; nwi-hlii. .,?'*'" I.IKR wa> ,.. ,,.. ,^ IAX., oM washtul.Thi way lu tl., I UI ,' washtul.s Th! i "** they In NMial ln that JES oWttt*, thoa %  —but • anrr. the in as well SI—Those with a itheir throats It. A HACK la %  i, ,h. in It may come from '..rlhei ,1,.-.. i HAWK. whlel illy lafl tilt of the tlir..it ,,( lrI| ,£^J • '> An unkempt l'.i > \ ,,,p fur an .ii lr--P ii c An unkempi f* would be equally appn ,,u other i>|Hf. POI v. if.-, MM "Id la.I. %  Kiel fema'-eA in a stase eoatom. l loui.uoa: In suBBestlns; a character. right lS*. Oanei >l Fsstant* PHONE STATE COINWORD PUZZU NO. 8 WORTH SI 70 If tssire a- "O :9***cx —* %  z -z: t C t ? -" 2 1 • .1 --j f'X .acsot If yau wus* to swhacnbe te Tfce Jew f F : i%  • sawars a** yaw' paper w" start is~r: "• • S.Dac< a tnct 't ~ S3 %  yea-. 2 •'O *• 5 •*'-* R *9J -o*'* r are ehasaie far laraa* ani-es. See rue*. 3£AiHJrVg 7H/5 WfflT St/Wetf MIDNIGHT, AUG. 30 C-t aica te aattea i patta a" a 3-c*"t postcard aa ">a H ; ; \AOH3 E:' TX Jtm I* FMrit.a-. P O. Ban B1 Miami I B a CtUfS ACROSS 1the food on the table. %  frugal bou**wiie may I husband's compla. £— A man who can never hold a 6 votild give you to •-ink twice t find that lie i> n#x hat it should I'.— Sjch a waiter aiight feel ill-at tat amoo* expert Cuban co"orkers IS— i ;JC; shore man's murder police vfl (Me all these I ong th* wacerfront. IB AbW 1*— child should DO: be made to at not being tops many ipesdMi feel IP m< C! 18—Impersonal pronoun IS— Nearb} 21—Printers measure. 23—A candidate won't win voter? if this kind of annoy them. 25—Most children UAe to foodie such kitten 26—Greek letter N 2T—A movie is much too sad if it tears from a man who never cries. 30—A devoted family man looks forward to the awaiting his homecoming 31-Thus CWIS DOWN '-Troop .I girl w.th lone string}hair i hard time keeping it *— ; --nalgamaied Soc.ety of I %  eers Abb. 4—Necessity I— i xnan numeral four — orth Africa: Abbr 7— 15me children can work with for hours, pasting things I: gethe: F-":V of her sick cat ay make its owner verv up11— I man wh. s sound asieep right well be put out if you him. 13—Some people refuse to take seriously any concerning the-rights of others. 14—A dire premonition often has a traveler for news from home. 16—A heavy rock formation may cause one to change course. 1*—Part of to be 20—A writer is depressed if his serious work is dismissed by critics as this 22—Belonging to me 24—Gathering would probabij break up a children's picnic. 28—Exists 2S—Negative. a • %  • %  ;-,'2r .adr uta T" ^ in Ju up "* •*-A kMkl a.n: T rvtut' ;**m a koataa Bueat. partir-jUrty to iAbtfck>tk> aometim** rather iban Eat la th* ir •••' >-rta,ni> %  %  ""'*' •hn-k aita l I' %  •• -.lain hArt raaattaa or pir-*rapr*l oaw* lhai nut *•> melt ami run loi %  am •TTKR coat — probably j :-nrd with thrich bmwn fur ..1 (ataiab ha uaeful in a cJd j climatr There l> iv> nel to apeciry >n ••! TKR .-• %  !. "im-e h .1-finltiun R (rarnient \ h-i made off wlih hananar would-probably take a STALK at them — Ui* main tm .n nl h • of banana* jruw | n.r h,-.hin them, thrre ilittle time to calher up a wTACX at t-anaiu*. neparatr.1 into piU EXPLANATIONS DOWN I—rMnj her tun as hHlSll'KM %  auaaJaa, Mom. mi*hi about wiiiiir tack of •• He'a I r th !,i^ ajtaa m KettttkB round-iihoullrrr.1 If he HIMMKI' ..v -r hi^ would i^ein lo !• %  h-.tno • ith them — the Mudiou. t\|K—hut that d.- not pre.-hide a t*a of -xer.-lao a> wrll *— A l*'ll:erent toper uuall I'KNIBS rtichl to arreiit him DKVTB8 th ririi— re-it it— *ufirm eoni that the cop cant h-tralty arrest him uuall> alrM^e he insist* he hasn't done anything) II—Dnakina; Ttl>I'T is acx^pled In many strait -laced h>.u-eboMs. aa> .*-.! U* medicintl reasons It : hard liquor mixed with hot water and sweetened aad is often at\>n for .•.i-n:nc -ffeot when one is mtn There are few strait-laced houa a ls I that ap* TODAT, thAl Is. %  rly IS—A UBOCBB mmmt hardship* whea uwdelivered produ., i< piled up by a trackmen's sir ke T' • "pued up"' aucBeets that wholesale merchants aar It. sad the URoWKK has AlreadT di s posed of I '.4—Tplay a pn> wlih an opponent you .-aaaot BEAK ta not mi. h No one en}o>s beia< with sum-Rules for the COINWORD Contest i a.lve the nuail* aa v.m would any other croaaword puasle. 'n MMI 7iVsVm< ui" l-M-KS IK.WX tell >ou how t ,t, ,h.ia •';:,,'„ to ,h|,week-.C.INWOKI. puasle wm k.|S In alphabets %  ..: afdBT. In the word ll-t .-Anyone is ell.iMe to enter th.rtilNWORD conteat MCepl rmp| n yse,J staff member. (r members of their famlliea) of Th. Jewish KlorMial %  _AVoat#aU>nt may submit aa many entrlea as he wishes on thofficial e*J bunk i.nnte.1 In this paper, but no more than one exact-.li-d. h.nd-A,3 ed or d-llvered by hand, will be declared eligible. % •";>' J"" aM 'n an envelope If you wish. Thla paper is oat responsible for -ntrl., \*\ delated In the malL _ThJewish Horldlan will award a Jackpot prlaa to the winner of CM WoRI>putile If more than one wlnnln* awar la recelxe.1. UMprUrsfl he dlMded equally amons the winners, tf ao corrwet solution is reel*.*!" will be added to the next week's prise. s—ThsT, is onlv one correct solution to the COINWORD nussK, ana that correct answer can win The oaajialon of the Judce. I, fisal .si contestants aree to abide by the JuatTca decision All entries bMoat H property of this paper. Only one P !" e will bj Awarded to a family sajtj T— Entries must be mslled to the COINWORD •dltor of The Jewish nsraafl No entries can be returae awl prise boaus. MTOtD LIST AM AT MS • A va %  H\RTKP. ••HATTKI: •T.EWX ElKl. vv %  Mr A KEED NKV.S K OVEP PA! POKE ri'RRT R!l RIVER %  IN\:\ s S" TIM TtM;:VA:. VAI.VK K'AIVVKP Riot Leaders Given Prison J E RUSALEM— JTA s-Thirteen men arrested after the riots by North African immigrants in Beer•beha last month received sentences ranging from one month s to nine mooUu' imprisonmeat. after being convicted of noting in the Jerusalem Magistrates Court here F:\e others, including several tumm. were given suspended mtences. and two were acquitted because of insufficient evidence against them Today's trial of these 20 alleged rioters was the first of a series scheduled here in connection with the disturbances that have occurred in Haifa. Beersheba and elsewf.ere in Israel. Another ses** %  of the court on charges arising from the riots was scheduled for later in the week. <-igw Charm ami Modeling Cam-fts tnaUaoiejar attt v s* &J Pwecssr (lOQQOd ssVOOejNG SCHOOL AM> AGOtCY VI awade AW*. Coral Cshlsa, Ra, rsViUsai 4-I34B) 30 Years Ago This Wee. Crack-Down: The Council of the National Peasant Part v. rww m control of the Rumanian govern approved disciplinary action a meeting this week in Bucha rest against members guilty of £>miUe acts in their official COMrlfH LAW LIBRARY tictfle*. twy ft 4-3705



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Lay, August 28, 1959 *Jet%tntrk1iton Pag 11-A Anti-Semitism Hot in Red Satellites Continued from Pg 1-A uO newspaper sayi that the Jewish religion now and always has been, the enemy of science, culture and progress," and that "it emphasizes ihc things which divert the minds of people from c tive participation in the building of Communism-' Asserting that "the leaders of Judaism in Stanislav are ardent liars," the Soviet newspaper alleges that pious Jews in the city held 'illegal meetinus and floated provocative rumors to the effect that God Jehovah was soon going to gather mi the scattered Jews from all the corners 0 l the earth and unite them." %  Israel," the article continues, "is, according to the Judaists, a sacred temple, of the God Jehovah. On the other hand, it is known to all people of the world that Israel is now a puppet of the American-British imperialists. Ben-Gurion, the leader of the Israel government, a veteran Zionist, is already long known as an ultra-reactionary. He is the leader of one of the Zionist organizations which developed in the United States, and which have the^unlimited support of the multi-millionaire -Rockefeller brothers, and other grabbing monopolists. "That is why the reactionaries in Israel are so impudent and'organize provocative Attacks on the countries of the Arab East, and try to xiul their agents" to Socialist countries." the paper goes on to say. At the same time, the newspaper points out that "the working masses of Israel have no connections with these criminal actions." It mentions the secretary of the Israel Communist Party, S. Mikunis, as the leader of the "working masses" in Israel who "oppose the Americanoriented policy of leading Israeli circles." MM %  tmmmm lew Suit Joins Chamberlain Action [o Restrain Religion in Dade Schools |Another lawsuit against the Dade lounty Board of Public Instrucjori is in the offing this week, acErding to Bernard Mandler, chairfan of the Commission on Law lid Social Action for the South florida Council of American Jewj Congress. [The new action which is to be (led before the week is out closely prallcls the lawsuit,filed by Harlow Chamberlain several weeks ago. The plaintiffs in the present action are all affiliated with churches or synagogues. They allege that the presence of religion in the public schools by means of prayers, Chanufca and Christmas, Easter and Passover programs, the reeding of the Bible and other similar re*is is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee fear, and a golden opportunity for iv, u to en iy flying at its finest. IKLM will speed you non-stop across [the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourhngine DC-7C (Kosher foods available on all flights). Then go direct |to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into k grand tour with the KLM stoppver plan. Visit London, Paris, [Brussels, Vienna, Rome, and a host T>I other historic cities—at no extra tost I [Uund trip to Tel Aviv: $947.70 I'-conomy. $1,388.80 Fint Class. service from Houston and New yrk. too. See your travel agent or cH KLM: Columbus Hotel, 308 VB uf""" 1 street Miami, Florida. .%** %  |ttf INI woaio o*ia KLM IOI1I OUICM aiaiMMi ligious practices are violations of fhe Constitution of the United States and the State of Florida. They charge that the Dade County School Board has allowed and condoned the religious practices in the public schools and are asking the court to end such practices, according to Mandler. Both the instant action and that of Chamberlain mark a first in litigation in the field of separation of Church and State in that both actions do not Concentrate on an alleged single violation of the principle, but list several in one suit, Mandler explained. The School Board has asked the court, through its attorney, Edward Boardman, to dismiss the Chamberlain action. A hearing on the motion to dismiss was scheduled for Thursday before Judge Fritz Gordon. Mandler declared that the names of the plaintiffs in the new law suit could not be revealed until official filing of the action has taken place. Ticket Sale Hours Posted Tickets for High Holy Day services at Miami Hebrew Congregation will be on sale there from 8 to 10 p.m., weekday evenings, beginning Sept. 8. William Weintraub. chairman of the ticket arrangement committee, said this week that this schedule will be in addition to sales on Sundays from 9 a.m. until noon, and weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Services will be conducted in the fully air-conditioned building of Miami Hebrew Congregation. NEN TO TEL AVIV FORJTHE GOLDEN JUBILEE! Frigate Transfer Seen Solved Continued from Pago 1-A about the passage through the waterway which Israel considers an international highway. Meanwhile, however. Israel's envoy at Colombo, capital of Ceylon, has transmitted to the Ceylonese several suggestions on how to solve the problem without international entanglements. It is believed that one of those suggestions which have not been spelled out here will be adopted by Ceylon. Work on readying the two frigates, the Nimak and Mivtach, is proceeding in the harbor of Eilat so that the ships might be sailed almost as soon as they are boarded by the expected Ceylonese crews. PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK! in Ufe Inmirniif IKW sad rom mone) works f"r .• brighter future. Write "r |ihi>n<> today NAT GANS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami •(•••as n 3-Ul* ar HI e-*#H Representing METROfOllTAN Lift INSUtANCl CO. 1 Madison Av*. Naw York 10. N.Y. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th A vs. fl 3-71SQ Have your roof repaired now: you will uvi ion a now roof lator. ••Satisfactory Work by Exporiencad Man" Norton Tire Co. B. F. 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Uig Wolf i. chairman oU?,fl cation committf-c Rabri iLH Baumgard will 1. %  ** 'tory prayers. Idreo relax at ~".:rler-Granada Jev-;. DentM S .: % %  •.-. =re Susan Moore. Arthur L-r.ders Susan :cx Sue Leaerrr.cr., Amy Cynamon, Gary Pont. Doieen Nadler. end Ellen Kowclsky. Slate Open House At Flagler Center %  pre-schooi n aril] be Tuesday. Wednesday. Sept 1 throu.h 3 I am. to 12 noon. Respiration will be taken at the same time for kindergarten. 4 to 5 a-.d reading readiness kindergarten. 5 to 6 years. Th.s is the third year that the school is :n operation with its regB ir staff of Mrs Reuben D. Lederman, head teacher and teacher %  < reading readiness kinderMrs. Arthur Golden, junlor kindergarten, and Mrs. Nathan Cynamon. nursery. Preschool parents and students will be entertained at an "open house' Friday. Sept. 4. from 10 am to 12 noon, in the school's j decorated classrooms. The school is licensed by the City of Miami and each teacher holds a I %  : ft ate trom the Board of EdneaUon. Re!ig:cu> education and holiday COS are supervised by Rabbi Bernard P. Shoter. Mrs. Sam Kowalsky is pre-scbool chairman for the second year, with Mr.Louis Bush as co-chairman. '•'-• lam Walter Kaye. Erwin Marshall. Alfred Nadler. and LeonPonl serve on the committee. School term begins Tuesday, Sept. 8. at 9 a m. /Wake H a Happy New Year for someone in ISRAEL SOM through UNITED HIAS SERVICE o Rosh HosbMrah CARE Kosher food pared • Nee-PrefH • os*er %  WWW fcTW wci $10 oo Aperevee 1 • lot Tex Free — $1825 Meats. Sugar. Shortening. Cocoa. Chocolate. Asaorted Dried Fruits UNITED HIAS SERVICE S LAFAYETTE JTMIT W TOM 3. H.Y. CAUTOf JACOB BMNSTEfN Cantor Bornstein Back to Pulpit Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Temple Israel, will return to the Temple pulpit Friday evening. Cantor Born>tein. who also serves as Temple Israel education director, has returned frog} a threeweek Institute for Reform Educaors held in New York City. Registration for the Temple Israel religious school is now open, with Cantor Bornstein available for information. The scnoui offers a complete Reform Jewi-h education from kindergarten through confirmation Sessions are held on Saturday and Sunday mornings and voluntary Hebrew class in mid-week. Bonds Appoint Rabbi Abramowitz Samuel Oritl. general chairman with Jack A Cantor of the Grea'.er Miami committee for Israol Bonds. this week announced the appoint ment of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of North Shore Jewish Center, as chairman of organizations for Israel Bonds. Born in Jerusalem. Rabbi Abramowitz was educated in Tel: Aviv and later studied at Yeshiva College in New York and Jewish ] Theological Seminary, from which he was graduated in 1944. H* was a rabbi in Montreal, Canada, until he was called into the service as a chaplain. Stationed in Berlin, he coordinated the Jewish D.P. program of the U.S. Army. Following his discharge, he served as director of the Joint Distribution Committee in Italy in charge of liquidation of Displaced Person camps in Europe. When he returned to the I'nitcd States in 1951. he was called to the pulpit of North Shore Jewish Center, where he has served since then. During this period he has been an active leader of many community efforts, as a member of B'nai B nth. Jewish War Veterans, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and as president of the Associated Rabbis of Florida. The building, one a* the largest religious facilities m South Florida, will house Both Am'l weekday nursery school, Hebrew school, youth activities, and adult education classes. On Saturdays it will house the teen-age Sabbath school, end en Sundays, the Sunday school for younger children. Altogether, close to a 1,000 children will use the rooms during the The donors have completely equipped the building with the latesl type of desks for the religious -chool and special nursery school equipment. Participating in the special procram arranged for the evening will be Louis Schwartzman, director of the Greater Miami Bureau :,f Jewish Education. Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of the Beth Am religious school, and Mrs. Eugene Fleischer, who planned the first Sunday school held in rooms provided by the University of Miami. The Temple choir under the direction of Mrs. Herbert Baumgard and Cantor Sheldon Kodner will present The Hasidic Sabbath Service" by Isidore Freed. Joshua Segal is chairman of the building committee, and Emanuel Mtr Tamid Party Slated Temple Ner Tamid will hotf J "welcome home' 1 reunion Sunday evening. Sept n. at | Auditorium. In charge of arnaa ments are Adolph Greenbta* Men's Club president; Mrs TLj Cohen, president of SistenJ jand Dr. Ben L. Fabric. Ttsj 'president. Music will be by | Bellack and his orchestra. J lebediger Branch Meefis| | c Lebediger Branch of Parts* will meet Wednesday evens*] the Seville hotel Presiding vjg| Moshe Levine. Bobbins Unveiling The dedication of monwaenl to the memory of the Ufc formerly of 2265 S W. 25th St. u'il! tak\e place Seadey, Aegest JOlfc, a* il %  -. at Mr Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Ane Becker officiating Mr Robbin.' i Mirvived by hi widow, Soma; three daughter* and one -on Friends and ReUtixtt Are Ai^ed to Attend. Tovrmey Eyes Closing leads That's this week in the Beach Summer l And with the at tee far off. officials expect this even higher before e final entries are logged. The breakdown for one of the most ProdsarUre weeks reads like this seven leads in the genera] division, seven m the plug, ax is spuming. and one is fly • Friendship Club • Resumes Here A "Welcome Back Open House" will be the theme of the first meeting of the new year for the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch of the Great er Miami Jewish Community Centei. 1536 Bay rd. Harry Levin, president, announced that the affair will take place Sunday. Sept. 6. 2 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Branch. Levin said that any person 55 years of age or older is invited The program will include dancing singing, entertainment, celebration ot birthdays and anniversaries and refreshments. Each Sunday, thereafter, the Golden Age Fnendship club will meet from 130 to 5 p m m Siegel Unveiling The J<*tii/ation uj u monument to the memor\ of tht late ISTHH SIEGEl uill ta\e place Semley, Aegest 30th, at 10 •. at \\ ooaMien Jeuiih Cemetery. S.W 8rh St. and J2nd As*. Rabbi Yoa^ot Rosenberg U'lll officiate. Mrs Siccel i survived by her husband, Joseph; daughter. Adcle, and sin, Irviin Friends and Relatives Aie Asked lo Attend. Greaitc Me marie* Arts Seeerrisieg To Live m Hesr:* \\' f Lew Behind U to Live Forme* !" 5$ PALMER1 [^ MEMORIALS "Mioi'ioy Jewis* Meaeaeef MatW Scheduled Unveilings IT, AUGUST N e AH. •Jabs Cemetery IAI aad SAAMIE1 KArtAV, llNoea Rabbi frting Lehrnn e AM. fimm AJeaierief fart Ceasettry JKMAa IATNER, 1 PJL Rabbi ining Lehman "May Their Soitls Repatt m Eternal Peace'' AttAktCEMENTS IT f AlAMM KMAASJ MONUMBfTCIl Miami Hebrew Book 15es Wathingtcn A. Miami Beach — J£ 1-aM Hebrew Itaiigiaus SuppliM I aynagoguaa. keheela A Pr.vHi I ISRAELI A DOMESTIC Oir Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Sttfi S11 Washington Ae. *. al Phonos: Jl MW JE UW FREE S4 IIOIMtSllirs TO EUiHT ADMLT SIXGKlVi Cantor Marchbein-Mafafaiy. loemor Protosor crt Natiorad Yale. Kfilan-ItalT CoaaorvatoriM ot Muaic, and Dean*' Now York's School lor Cantorial Srudioo. oflors fro* scholar skips to male) and iamal* sirsgors in Voice-placemaol music, thoory. sigkt roadina. Musical ComexlT. **** Opera and iotvign lanauag. In oxchango lor siwjW in Synagogue. CALL PLaza 7-C743 REPHUK'S HEBREW BOOK STORE LJ-;.> ana 0. Hter tn4 % % %  a y Schaa ISRAELI GIFTS ana KOVELT'ES 417 W as*,, !., Aee. aSi. JEHarsea 1-M17 rirereffc Israel Card Party T'fereth Israel Sisterhood w,ll hoW a card party „ use tenter 00 V Miami ave on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE trA6ocms i mm* H omis 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. Ji 1-7722



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August 28. 1959 +Jeis*nrk9k*n Page 13-A Services This Weekend L.TH VESHURUN. 17080 Colllne Pi Conservative. Rabbi Abraham ^Cantor Ban Zion Klrachen|ATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla ava. ^ ot Rabbi laaae Ever. 30 ii TII Saturday 8:80 am. What Is 'he True Spirit of .,• R UllonT" • LCME EMES. 25S3 8W Itth ava. ,rvat>ve. Maicwell Silberman, indent. ITH DAVID 2*35 SW 3rd ava. Can Vrvative. Rabbi Yaakov Roaanbarg. antor William W Llpson. rdar J a m Bar MlUvah: \Mtry. at Mi a" 1 Mrs Maurice Daum: [aid. son of Mr. and Mra. Cartyle (aelnian. ^ ITH EL "V" 'W T tf e. Orthodox. labbi Solomon Sehiff. tin 6 l.'i p.m. Saturday 8:30 am. Iii'ii'm: TliRoad, of Blessedness." ITH EMETH. 1HS0 NW 2nd ava. lonservative. Rabbi David W. Herri. Cantor Hyman Fain. | Srrmon. "The Idols Jhln." m rH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ave. Or!doi Rabbi H. Louia Rottman. • JTH JACOB. 301-311 Waehlngton Ive. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Starn. lantor Maurict Mamcheo. I.,.. |:ir, p.m. Saturdak* 8:30 a.m. TliTrue Blessings of r H RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ava. rthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker. 4 TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orloi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • LL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Box 34-584. Miami. Rabbi SamApril. )E HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW lave. Conservative. Cantor Emanbl Mandel. | Sal inlay ?:SD a.m. ol Bruce K .il uml Mrs. Charles I! HOLER.GRANADA. 50 NW 51st Conservative. Rabbi Barnard hoter. I .-vi:urday S:30 a.m. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 lebrew L-cin crja/ioii M 5 9 ? ^ i • a • %  T • ^ nPD2 n0lT7Sii inr* i ... T I to ^733 .rnrvfj x 1 ? TtP pn nVn rmnnxn n'infn |L '1?D'J 33 mpini ,Q*vti 'B ...... T r, ._ nnnsnn .inn n^?n hv 'pin tft!?3 nrw nirsn k T • T • T • In niinriKn n-atfai ,0*0"? |\ "! T • T • : .ami vhn -rox T r: T T |xn nixan na"?^n oy *3 .D^tfrr -atfiin D^PO • T : •• T •': tea nionaa iiy ^aoI : • r T • p* 1 ? intfo naj?: ox oa [ln-ja a^an nx x^an %¡ 735 tfantfrfr ^ar Water For Jerusalem I'ler the war the water pipeline reopened but the problem of %  was still not solved. In the i"* of the past ten years the has doubled and many indusI projects have been estabH d in it. This development f ght in its wake an increased Mod for water and in recent a new, wider pipe was laid. ollowing the completion of the p reservoir the inhabitants of usalem hope that they will no Ber suffer from a shortage of |er. Even If something should h*n to the pipe that brings the |er from afar they will be able • %  the water in the reservoir. ublished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) B CAMDUUGHTIMG TIME 24 Ab — 6:23 p.m. Levin? ,Un on Canter Sherwln H £!5 eW A £*! OE Y '• 9* •• Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. H rfLK E A > t.!!F FOnM "WISH CONOREQATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Palm MOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 3030 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Keilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3iyg SW 24th tar Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Friday :30 p.m. Saturday 8:8 am Kv.-nlnx aanrtoa Bar Mitivah: Marvin 8.. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Beocae Rosoff. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. Friday S:0 p.m. Saturdav 8:30 %  m Sermon: •'Cllmblns; the Mountains of I Ate." MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschell Seville. Cantor Berele Kalemer. Friday 6.10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Spiritual FVeedom." • MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipshitz. Friday :30 p.m. BataVdjsJf I %  .. %  Bar Mltrvah: Marl.a Leu J-'oloff. Sermon: "Sacrlfk ;n( %  •1 1'rlnclplea." NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Cantor Herman Marchbain-Marbiny Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday S a.m. Bar MlUvah: Teddy. *.n ..r Mr Uld Mrs Philip Lelf. who will hoai the Friday 6 Ones; Shabbal In Teddy's honor NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein. Youth Leader .Says too Much Emphasis Is Placed on Money-Leadership Today SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservativa. Rabbi Maurice Klein. 4 )_ TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlab Cantor Davia Convleer. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Canter Ben Gross berg. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Double Joy, Double RewiKinsllullly." beuurdny 9 a.m. Sermon: "Renewed Spirits." Bar Mltzvah: Chares Stone: Mark Mason. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave.' Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. CANTO* LOUIS COHEN Israelite Center Announces Cantor Israelite Center Wednesday 'announced the appointment of Louis Cohen as full time cantor, music director and member of the faculty of the Israelite Center religious school. Cantor Cohen is a lyric tenor, and has served at Congregation Ahavas Chesed. Brooklyn, N. Y., Congregation Cheb Zedek, Belle Harbor. L. I., and Monticello Park Jewish Center in No. Miami Beach. Cantor and Mrs. Cohen are the parents of Cantor Lawrence Avery, of Beth-El Temple, New Rochelle, N. Y., who is also professor of liturgy at the Hebrew Union School of Sacred Music in New York. Cantor Cohen will assume his duties beginning Sept. 1. STARLIGHT, Pa—The American Jewish community is losing ome of. its best future potential, leaderf'becsTBse it emphasizes-af-! fiuence, rather than education and leadership ability, the 20-year-old president of one of the world's largest Jewish organizati o ns charged here this week. "Money talks, and some of our finest young Jews are turned, away from active communal id-. tcrest and participation because of this practice in the Jewish com-, munity," Stephen Blank, of Pittsburgh, a junior at Dartmouth College and the international president of Aleph Zadik Aleph,teenage boys division of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, said m' an address at the organization's 36th annual international convention. Some 175 delegates from four nations, the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Israel, attended the six-day parley. In addition, 175 teen-age girls, delegates to the 15th annual international convention of B'nai B'rith Girls, sister organization of Aleph Zadik Aleph. convened here for a separate but concurrent six-day convention. Young Blank said that "in a democratic society, leadership should bo on the basis of charactor, knowledge and education rather than financial standing alone. However, persons of wealth are needed and should be wanted in positions of loadership provided that they also have ether qualifications." The youth leader's remedy is a stepped-up program of leadership training for young people with an emphasis on learning more Judaism and about how the Jewish community operates. "As young Jews interested in the future of the Jewish community, we must learn all we can about it—about its goals, conflicts, problems, and a study of the history of its development and an analysis of current trends." In another part of his address. Blank, who recently returned from a trip to Israel, scored young Jews who fear having the "dual loyalty" label hung on them when they express a sincere interest in Israel's welfare. "As Jews, our relationship to Israel is unlike that which we enjoy with other nations. We cannot pretend there is no difference. One need not go there-to understand." he said. "This, however, in no way interferes with our loyalty to our homeland. Loyalty is not to a physical piece of land or person. Loyalty is to certain ideals. To me. both Israel and the United States embody the same ideals. If either nation fails to uphold these ideals my own sense of loyalty demands that I protest. No Jew should be ashamed to harbor such sentiments.'' TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabbi Hsrpart Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL. 1648 Polk et., Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schrslber. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 16th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornatein. Friday 8:15 p.m. Cantor Rnrn^teln returns to chant musical portions of the liturgy. e TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Canto' Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What Chunges People?" Pandle Bleaslne: Urn. Henry Hammersmith: Mrs. Charles Rosenberg Saturday I a.m. TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th at. ano Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can tor Samuel Qomberg. Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "We Usher In the Month ol Elul with Reverence." Saturday 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Wallach. TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. 8*1 Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabb' Leo Heim. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Bleseinits or Cursee—Which?" Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. S7M SW 17th st Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar MlUvah: Ira. son of Mr. and Mra. Eugene Seider. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Canter Albert Olanta. Friday *:S0 p.m. Sermon: "The Voi.e of Jacob." One* Shabhot hoots: Mr and Mrs. Frank Morris. In honor of the. Bar MltSveJi of their eon. David; Mra. Lynn Bain. In honor of the Bar Mltavah of her son, James Loe. 1 TORAH TEMPLE. 1854 Weal ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaaei Services Friday evening and SaturNo. Shore Center Will Register North Shore Jewish Center will register students Sunday, Aug. 30. and Sept. 6. "We are providing for all age groups and are inaugurating a foundation school this semester, announced Zehev Lahav, education director. Nursery and foundation school meets daily from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and tuition fee includes transportation and mid-morning snack. The North Shore Jewish Center's Sunday school department is open to students from kindergarten through. confirmation, and meets weekly on Sunday morning. Daily Hebrew school will accept children from the third grade of | public school and .up. Classes meet twice during the week and on Sunday morning for younger children. and three times during the week for older children, with an intensive Jewish education program. Teachers in every department of the religious school are fully licensed. Lahav and Cantor Edward Klein, in charge of Bar and Bas Mitzvah students, will be available for personal consultation. Center Adds Faculty Member Mrs. Irving Rotman v Wednesday added to the religious school faculty of the Israelite Center. Irving Shalom, education director, announced. Mrs. Rotman will also act as assistant youth director to Ronald KaU. Max Parness, religious board chairman, meanwhile said that tickets for High Holy Day services at the Israelite Center are now on sale. Morris Aron is committee chairman. Services will be rendered by Rabbi Morton Malavsky and Cantor Louis Cohen. Awnings were recently installed outside of the Center's patio, with Mr. and Mra. Hyman Klrsner as donors. day morning. Dally prayer and modi tatlon YOUNG ISRAEL. 16780 NE 10th ave Orthodox. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B Leon MurwiU. Cantor Meyer Gisser. Friday ; p.m. Saturday 7:t a-m. KAMI UNJAMIN KAHH Rabbi Kahn Heads Hillel Foundation WASHINGTON—A rabbi, whose ministry for 19 years has been the college campus, Wednesday was named national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations. Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn. 46, who joined the B'nai B'rith Hillel staff in 1940 as director of the foundation at Pennsylvania State University, will assume overall direction of the cultural and religious programs for Jewish students conducted by B'nai B'rith on the campuses of 214 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada and abroad. Rabbi Kahn, who was ordained in 19M by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will take over his new duties hero Sept. 1. He succeeds Dr. JueJah Shapiro, who resigned several months ago. The Hillel program was begun 36 years ago by B'nai B'rith as one of its major community service 1 activities. The success of a pilot foundation at the University of j Illinois has since advanced the I program to colleges throughout [North America, and to England, Hplland, South Africa and Israel, with an estimated Jewish student enrollment of 150,000. The Hillel program is also the largest single employer of rabbis in the world. A native oi ixiwell, Mass., Rabbi Kahn was graduated from Harvard College and did graduate work at Columbia University while •wiultancously preparing for the rabbinats) at the Seminary. Following his ordination he served for two years as assistant rabbi of Ai..she Emet Synagogue in Chicago e entering Hillel service. Dickman Joins Monticello Staff Isidore Dickman, former educaional director of schools both in Miami and Los Angeles and Oakand. Calif., has been appointed a member of the faculty of the Monticello Park Jewish Center reigious school. Abraham J. Gitil-on. educational director, announced. Dickman. licensed by the Bureau of Jewish Edudation here, has had an extensive background in social work. He served as executive director of the Jewish Community Center of Oakland. He will be jojning a faculty that includes Gittelson. Mrs. Jack Diamond, and Mrs. Irving Seidel. Registration for the school will be heldeach weekday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Judea Schools Open Registration Benjamin Udoff. education direcitor of Temple Judea religious schools, announces the opening of j registration -for the fall term. Offices are open from 9 to 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Opening session of the Hebrew afternoon school will be Tuesday, Sept. 8. Sunday school will begin on Sept. 13, confirmation department. 9th and 10th grades, commence Friday, Sept. 11. Nursery-kindergarten will open I Tuesday. Sept. 8, with morninij sessions from 9 to 12 noon. All children who will be three by Jan. 1 are eligible. Transportation is available. Nursery school office will be open from 9 to 12, Monday through Friday, for information. Eye Research Grants Fight for Sight eye research grants for 1959-60 have been awarded to the Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem and the Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews of New York, it was aninounced Wednesday by Herbert Tenser, chairman of the board of Barton's Bonbonniere and presijdent of the National Council to Combat Blindness, Inc. Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Fight for Sight League is at 420 Lincoln rd. Mrs. Rhoda M Levine is president.



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Poge 14-A 9>Jeistnrrkltor Fridoy, Augu^ a m Bnwi ,n, m -* %  H IURY mmm A Book Lit With The Beauty Of The Jewish Soul ., u. M *. of recollection actcr* who hang. arou^jj^courtroom Ther* U t TEARS AND LAUGHTER IN AN ISRAEL COURTROOM. By Shneor 2. CKesin. Translated from me Hebrew by Chaiwah Kleinerman. 374 PPPhil*delphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. M.00. |0 OTHER INSTITUTION reflect, so much of todav's life in Israel as doesthe court. in writing I doubt that a non-Jew. for ins ance could SlJ n S5hd 'he nuance, of a **%**£%£ tirwi and Slander." Jews have such marvelous ways Libel and Slander of insulting each other. and I would like to have N"daT ; s life to Israel as does the court. East and We*, North and South, nch and poor, great and small %  — ** -~JTZLT^ asked t<) decide whether street and tne aun R in ine neu oy conspiring rreet here :n the arguments and att.tudes of litigants been present when *' !" urt* a jff.c.entlv derogatorv to accord him his aliyah-the honor of being called op c-e hears echoes of the throbbing heart _of_ an ancient calling 1 !" J*^J^ !" ^JI le per" was the Tor.h. (Unfortunately, this was not a m{ £ 4 acters who hang around Ihsucourtroom man who sued the Hebrew University because taev fused to establish a chair for the study and teacfebfll his new discovery—that the sun and planets rerol.!, around the earth. There was the Yemenite who pmJS criminal charges against three other Yemenite* tk gabbai. the shamash and the reader of his synagopJ They had. he wrote, "defamed and humiliated him %  that his honor had become like unto the dust of'ti, street and the dung In the fields." by conspiring j^^f ard restless p.opIe" Shneor Z Chesin. Assistant Chief -nee of the Supreme Court of Israel, has over twenty vc-ars" experience in the courts of Israel, including service under :he Mandatory government. His book is qualify as slander. Or whether insulting enough to justify recourse to violence There are chapters on beggars, oath-taking, landlords and tenants, matchmakers, and even on the charCapitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Individual Merit No Longer Mark of the Man P ROSPERITY IN Amcr hardening of class lines, creating a new ard distinct status problem for the ration's Jew? That :s a com of "the status seekers." an author. new study by Vance Packard, author of "Tie Hidden Persuaders It had been widely assumed that higfc living standards would reduce prejudice Instead. the neannen of class distinction has increased Although Americans are the world's most self-proclaimed equaliUliaV people, they are more conscious than ever of the backrround of fellow citizens According to Packard's study, status straining has brought new dimensions to a massive national class >tructare emerging with the new wealth. The "American Dream" notwithstanding, preoccupation with status is intensifying social stratification Throughout .America. Packard found. "Jewish people are singled out more than any other white ethnic category for such fence building." He found that, in 49 of 50 cities, the Jews were not considered as meeting local tests for social acceptability The fact that over 80 percent of American Jews are now native-born seemed to make little difference. The age of conformity, with its "upgrading urge." is moving America away from acceptance of human beings the Torah. law.) The book, full of the humor of Jews, is alto fit j the beauty of the Jewiah soul. There is a remark story of the defendant who was about to take in to the effect that he owed the plaintiff nothing. Beta he had put his hand on the Bible, the plaintiff cityl out. in a voice trembling with excitement. his (ml ashen: "Your Honor, a Jew is about to take a false oitif may God forgive us! I withdraw my complaint. I # [ give him everything. I will not, God forbid, be the tau*| of another Jew's swearing to a falsehood!" A disturbing chapter deals with the tragedy of tkt| juvenile delinquent when he comes to trial. The greauri fascination of the book, however, lies in the characttl of the law which it reveals. Although European iaj| British principles still abound, "original Hebraic caal cepts of justice have begun to prevail more and mo*| in Israeli legislation." The spectacle of judge and U| gants throwing precepts from Talmud and Torah badtl and forth, of verdicts coming straight out of Genesu | Deuteronomy, is literally thrilling. It is here, perhapj that one realizes the uncomfortable truth of Ben-Gu remark about Diaspora Jewry — and realizes, too, wkaj it must be like to live fully as a Jew. on their individual merit They are placed in categories and groups, with Jews all falling into a neat package. The growth of bigness of business corporations was depicted by Packard as a menace to Jews The age of individual ownership and small businesses was giving way to the economic need to work in the hierarchy of large firms under status-conscious superiors Distinct social tinea were maintained by corporation executives through elite clubs closed to Jews. It was found that non-Jews opposing anti-Semitic barrien did so more out of personal friendship for Jewish friends than for any abstract notion of social justice. One force causing non-Jews to isolate Jews was identified as status striving through exclusiveness. "To be exclusive." said Packard, "you must build fences to exclude those you like to think are not as elite as yourself." Packard saw a need for a broader, informal friendly intermingling between Jews and non-Jews as a solution. He thought more non-Jews should expand their social horizons. But he also concluded that Jews might have constructed protective shells thicker than necessary. He wanted Jews to take a new look at non-Jewish friends, with a view to building closer friendships. A. TUL"** t y l em w h Tri ?*.* !" er # R this nation disturbed Packard He found it 'a most disheartening ive ^^ Bu(W Adl „ for ^ situation to find ,n the na ion that poses as a the model dwa .^ Unjvers *.. contestants. On for the democratic world. ... I from Hollywood: HERBERT G. LOT All About a Beauty Hollywood %  ATTENDED the press lunch at 20th '*. Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER Behind the Immigrant Unrest in Israel Today Jerui READING ABOUT th,. Oral disl ant.'in Haifa while I Wat ill Nai robi in Kenya a few we< I received the impression that Israel ha.I suddenly become a nation or. I civil war • and the Jews from th communities Arriving back I found a coutrj where the authorities — ami the kenazi community — we recuperating from a major panic ami begining calmer and more realistic view ol what happened and what went wi in Haifa and r where u fen score of Moroccan immigrants — many of them with criminal record — succeeded in Inciting several hundred other Moroccan Jews to smash windows, stone police pairola and try to burn some cars. The basis of all this was a sense of frustration, a feeling of being discriminate! against because ot their ethnic origin, which were blamed as the sole reason for their low economic status. Before analyzing what is true and what is imaginary in these feelings and impressions, let us brieflv re capitulate what actually happened. It all started on July 9 in Haifa when a drunk who happened to be a Moroccan immigrant, got into an argument in a cafe and began to throw bottles at the barman the windows and the other patrons. The owner called the police-in whose ranks serve many Moroccan immigrants together with immigrants from Poland Germanv and Iraq. When the drunk attacked the police patroi one of the policemen took out his service revolver and fired a single shot which wounded the drunk. The news quickly reached the teeming Wadi Salib quarter but by that time it took the proportion of rumors about a major massacre of Moroccan immigrants A demonstration got organized, apparently fairly spontaneously. The police, shocked by the fact that one of their own men touched off the trouble by using his gun unnecessarily, let the demonstration take place without of the cafe incident — tried to avoid firm action until the affair was approaching riot proportions Even then. after having arrested several rioters, police rele them without bail shortly afterward Shortly afterward trouble broke out in Migdal Haemek Scores of new immigrants of that village wore. employed b) the Mlnistrj of Agriculture in afforestation work, on a fixed daily wage basil When recently all afforestation wai transferred to On National Fund, they introduced their regular norm system basis for calculating wages, instead ol daily • after the Haifa disturbance.the imwai ccated that the) ware part of the tame affair Few^noticed a when several days later it was established that there was no connection between the this occasion. I met Rina Issacov, the Miss Israel of 1959. The 19-year-old brunette beauty told me that she is a Sabra. born in Tel Aviv of Eastern European immigrants. Her father is a commercial in Tel Aviv. She had never before been outside of. Though Rina had no theatrical training, she is being I at the present time for a possible lead in the BL multi-million dollar epic, "The Story of Ruth." totwi-. duced by Samuel G. Engel for Fox, from a screen plijtj Norman Corwan. Others to be considered for the picture are Helene Savlgny, Miss Belgium; Vera Miss Brazil, and Carmela Kunzel. Miss Germany-si | likely choice to portray one of the people of the Bo* t the screen. • • • Shooting has been completed at Universalnational Studios on the most expensive motion r ever made in Hollywood, the $9 million Kirk Douglas, duction of 'Spartacus." from the novel by Howard f i o-'arnng Laurence Oliver, Tony Curtis. Jean Charles Uughton and Peter Ustinov. While there been more costly films, notably the $15 million "Bea these pictures have been made largely on location* rope. Spartacus." conceived and produced by star' Douglas. w.i> shot entirely in Hollywood, under St Kubrick's direction. There is another first in "SJ-. cua." Kubrick, son of a Jewish doctor from NewJ] ^fity is. at 31. the youngest man ever to guide a J .million dollar screen epic. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Seven Hours Later, Anita Still Sat Listening ANITA ENGLE. whose column "A Mother in Israel" has been appear ing widely in the English-Jewish press of the United States in recent years has just published a book, by the Hogarth Press of London, called "The Nili Spies a fascinating story of one of the most intriguing chapters in the history of the y.shuv in Palestine. In the course of our correspondence, I asked Anita hnl the theme, an epic whose deeper S L2 an I* !" UP D been fully essa yed. .nd?h^he?rl3y^ "* One morning six years ago I walked '--hindrance. While this demonstration was stowTy^div persing (after Us participants realized that the whole ftjftT %  *|hl of tPreSnJli,^ court VS business was about a single drunk), back in Wadi Salib '^? £ u^ 6 1 ^"8 ^cide wh'ch oT f another demonstration got under way. this time not so t0 5 W a choice w "ch not only chani-ed tL^l l spontaneously. w so my career as a writer but h. W?.. e toan mJSS?2" — core of goon, and criminal, ^Th^turTeS ^ £?£ SST22 Assausfied elements of the slum area began smashing fe,ed """" snop windows, stoning policemen and trying to ignite —1 ^ Ala*. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ nn.the '"-W.2rS55rS had died If I had gone there I would have found no guide at all. or a tittle Zichronite of about 11 reluctantly handed out a few details. But something impelled ma to knock at the aaw the pink, shady house on the right of the park, the I home of the family, as I found out later, and usual red to the public. Through the screen door I co* an enormous, touselled headed woman sitting at a desk in a far corner. I've come to get the story of Sara Aaronsohn'si tionship with T. E. Lawrence." I told her crisply.. wanted to get back to Haifa by it, and it nine. "Can you tell me about it?" She looked at me blandly. "I can. But • ** 1, down." Seven hours later I was atill sitting t "*j was the history of the Aaronaohn family that she rew_ to me. and the story of Nlli. Bora I heard tor tM time of that crude, compassionate, iron willed Aaron Aaronaohn, the first scientist, the first JL 0 *,"*"* !" ly has set .sid??, Tme^S. 7* £ fl reho l "l He had thrown op everythW Jj here Aaron Aaronaohn, the world-f.mlT memori l. for himself at the head of the sav oreawtatk* %  worked and studied, a* here^lX, SSjelaS S* ***** ^"l^EZX*^



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iday August ?8. 1859 +Jewlsli tier Mian Page 15-A HENRY LEONARD "Becky, he says w should b in Southern Nairobi for Shabbctt." LEGAL NOTICE c*pr. mm, 1 mm rmtkin j LEGAL NOTICf NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |l.TM'K IS HEREBY (IIVEN that undersigned, desiring to cnmnc uslncaa under the fictitious name •AKII'.MKW AIRCRAFT SI'PPI.Y ,ii 3120 N.W. r.9th Avenue, Inin register said name,with the Ik ill iIn<"licult Court of Dads In: v. Florida. JANE K. MEDINA l.riS (>. MEDINA I i'l-?.•. 4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iTM'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to I'IIKIIKIin s under the fictitious name of y\\f\ S I.HJlTiRS at Ml N W. Srd ihtend* in register HHIII name the < 'li rk "f the < "irciilt t'liui t of fnuntv, FV MARTY HELLER, aole owner l/ll-W. 1/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW h'l'l'i: IN HEREBY GIVEN thiil nderalgned, desiring to engage In e** umli-r the fictitious name of BAILEES SEN DRIER at VerHotel. 3425 Collins Avenue, Beach, Ma ."Intend* to register In.inie with the Clerk of the ClrI Court nf Hade County. Florida. IHLRERT NICHTKR. aole owner fX A EPSTEIN Jrney fur A|>pluanl Lincoln Road 1/11-i*. S/4-11 F DTI i ; I | NOTICE UNDER ICTITIOUS NAMC LAW E IS HEREBY OIVKy that :er*lgned. desiring to engage In under the flctlttoue name of .Kit SlI'lB STORE at 1*11 W. St Miami It, Fla., intrnda -in said name with the Clerk Circuit Court of Dade County, VNNAH SCTTON. aole owner 8/11-II. 1/4-11 LIGAL NOTICE iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47337 IN RE: Estate of SYI.VIA I'.KCKMAN aim known as SINNY GAER IVrMnrd. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All PersonHavingClaim* or Demand* Against Said You are herehy notified and required in present any claim* ami demand* which vou m:i\ aualnst the estate of SYLVIA BBCKMAN, also known a* SINNY OAElt • !• %  late of Hade County. Morhla. to the County Judge* of Hade County and file the name In their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Forlda, within eight calendar month* from the date of the flist puMI in MI,: or i '. earn* win in barred SAM HKCK.VAN. A.Executor Of Hie Estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN. alao known as si'NNV QAER QEORGE CHEREN, Attorney SOT olymnla Building Miami, Morlda 8/31-28.1/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the lin.: ,, lg to engage In ts under tin fictitious name i,f I -'LAMINCu HHY CLEANERS I.AINI'ltV at IBIS N.W, 17 AM. intend,, lo register *aiil nun.with the Clerk of the Circuit Curt Of D.i.lCounty, Florida MAXWELL SCHWARTZ. Bola i iwner 14-n-ii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. C 7367 FIDELITY MORTGAGE CO., IMC, .. I lot Ida i orporatlon. Plaintiff, v*. TROY WARD anil MA NIK WARD, hi* wife. Defendant*. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: TROY WARD and MAXIB WARD, hi* wife co HOMER HASS Colorado City, Texas TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that,) a Complaint to Foreclose a mortgage has been filed against you and each of you. That the property sought to be foreclosed I* described aa: la.t Fourteen (14) In Block Six (6) of IVBB ESTATES SECTION ONE. a subdivision of Dade County, Morlda, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book T.7 at Page 74 of the Public Records of Dade County. Morlda; together with all furniture, furnl*hings and fixtures and any replacement* thereof which are now or may hereafter be located and situate on the above described property. TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to serve a copy of your answer to the complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney, GEORGE CHEREN, 607 Olympla Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Anawer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Miami. Dade County, Morlda on or before the 8th day of September. 1959 otherwise the allegation* of said Complain! will he taken as confessed against >ou. DATED the 3rd day of August. 19".9 at .Miami. Dad* County. Florida. E II LEATHERMAN. Clerkof the circuit Court fatal) By K. M LYMAN. Deputy clerk. s 7-14-21-!* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 7360 ROSELLA MCBURROWB, Plaintiff. n I. I: UcBCRROWS, 1 leli nilant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T< >: I. H MtBl'RROWS Rout* 1 Finleyson. i lei You anhen bj notified that a Complaint for Divorce ha-, been filed Hlialllst vim. a till irOU are re.|iilre.l I" *erve a copy of yojjr Answer on the Plaintiffs attorn.v, BERNARD 4 WEKRLER, 30* Industrial Bank Build Ins. Miami 32. Morlda and file the original thereof In the office of th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi before the 7th day of September, Its*. If you fail to ilo *o. otherwise, the allegation* of said Complaint will h. taken an confessed hy you. Dated at Miami. Morlda. tnl* 3rd day of AitguM. AD. 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Morlda (seal) B] K. II LYM \N. Deputy clerk. 8/7-14-21-28 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! PJki*l> Ihridiar "solicits your legal notice*. Wn appreciate yoa-f patronage and guarantee accurate ssrric* at I**;:*, ralen Phone FR 4-4366 tor mesaenqer aarrlcw LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of BEL TEL ANSWEItPHONE SERVICE CLl'B: BEI^TKL ANSWERING SERVICE CLL'B: BEL -TEL PHONE SERVICE CUB: intends to register said name* with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, and In Other part* of the State of Morlda. PARAMOCNT ADVERTISING. PUBLIC RELATIONS PROMOTIONS. INC. I/14-I1-M.I/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW pTh'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that under*lgned, desiring to engage In Hess under the fictitious name of : S SHOE STORE at TTO N I I A"-. Miami Intends to register %  with the Clerk ofth' lUttty, Morlda. WILLIAM II SPIRER W 1M I I1RENNER Irti.y f„ r Applicant ..lliolll Riiud 8/14-21-2*. 9/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of ADVANCE RESEARCH Bt'REAC at 1101 Congre** Building Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD .1 .IAPHE WKL1.1SCII. DOCiiHEItTY & ZAIAC Alto: in vs for Advance Reae.rch Bureau. g/u .,,. 2 Mitalwp. r CCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING )UIPMENT FINANCING | COMMERCIAL PAFTR Phone: TUxedo 8-7551 i 09 N.W. 36th Street [Miami Springs. Florida H S GRUBER PRESIDENT iEORGE J TALIANOFF :MAIRMAN OF THE BOARD NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the-un.letsii.Mi. il desiring to engage In hiislne** under the fictitious name of I1AS at " of Complaint for Divorce haa ben filed against yon. Ml are required to serv* a copy „f row Answ.r or l-leading jo the Bill of Complaint on the Plaint fr* Attorney ANCEI.I. A. A'-'„"" Aln •: ilMlnt. Miami U, Florida and ,>.-lnal Answer or Pleadlnff In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit curt on or before the Mh day of bVptember. 1'.' u fall to do s... Inrtgtnenl dt will be taken f demanded ..( lomtdalnt This nntti Miami DOVE >M' ••' r, KI l "in Florida day of Auguat. A.LJ. t tea ii IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No 47113 In RE: Estate of ANNA ROSENHECK Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and dema-id* which you may have against the estate of ANNA ROSENHECK. deceased late of Made County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first C ubllcatlon hereof, or the same will be aired. ETTA WEISSHEROER. Executrix. LEONARD H. RCB1N A ttorncy lill Metropolitan Bank Bidg. Miami 32. Florida l/14-Il-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to ancac* In s under the fictitious name of i:r\l VENDOR BBRVICE at 1&'|6 i.W, fith Street. Miami, lhide County, Florida, Intends to reclatei name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made County. Florida.' HENRY K SiLla>WAY Sole Owner l/T-14-tt-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under (he fictitious name of HARMONY APARTMENTS at 10.19 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend to register said name.with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. JACK and OLOA KAHN 124 11th St., Miami Beach, Fla. S714-21-4*. 9'4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 5*C 7333 CEIL MESKO, Plaintiff. JOHN MESKO, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN MESKO Defendant S4 Zlegler Avenue Linden. New Jersey YOI'ABE HERE HY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce haa be*n filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer on the Plaintiff 1 Attorney. ANGBLO A. ALL 1103 Ain*ley Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file the original anawer In the office of tile Clerk of the Ctreult court oa %  be- fore the 21st day of September. 15, or the allegation* will be taken aa confessed Hgajnst you. DATED a i Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 18th day of August. 1951. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Made County. Florida B> K If. LYMAN. Dcputv clerk s ;'l -II | '4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the und. t signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHARLOTTES DRESS SHOP at 1474 N W '.I'.III Kin. I. Miami. Int. lid* to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dad* County, Fl.nida. i-IIAI'.LnTTrrS I67S, INC !'.>• Sheldon .1. Schlestnger. • lary SHELDON .1 BCHLBRINGER Attorney for Charlotte 1676. Inc. s'7-14-21-2* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH( I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 5C 7931 PAULINE VADEN COATB8, Plaintiff. WII.I.IAM • T \i:i: N. %  %  : COAVUS, I i.teltilailt ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO WILLIAM CLARENCE COATB8 (Iladys, Virginia Vi il" ARE HERE BY M rTIFlED that %  Complaint for DlToree ha* be*n filed against you, and you are hereby required to *erve a cop] of your mnwer to the Comijlaint for MI\o' e on Plaintiffs attorney* and file the orlgr inal Answer in the office of tinClerk of the Circuit Court .m or nefors the 21*1 day of September. l."i; otherNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltlou* name of CECELIA BROOKS MIAMI BEACH REAL ESTATE LICENSE EXAM SCHOOL at l.">7 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Morlda. CECELIA BROOKS. Sole Owner 8/14-21-21. 9/4H CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. CHANCERY No. WC 7309 EVE MAE TEMPLE. Plaintiff. va GEORGE JOHN TEMPLE, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, GEORGE JOHN TEMPLE, ADDRES8 UNKNOWN, are notified to serve a copy of your answer to the complaint on plaintiff's attorneys. Engel and Housen. 345 Bi*cayne Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original with the Clerk of the above styled Court, on or before September I, 1159, otherwise complaint will be confessed bv you. Dated. July 31. 1ST.9. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: w\i W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. 1/7-14-21-2* -mi nn j \ri c |'i' %  ..----. —. — -. -. — wise, the allegations of said Comidaint I for Divorce will be taken a* eonfesve* against you. Mated ihls Itth day of August. 1->I. E. B LBATHI-UtMAN. Clerk. circuit Curt. Dade County, Florida I seal) B| R H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk TALIANOFF WALLER Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Bech. Morlda ^.^ ^.^ iN IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN, thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business 'under the fictitious name of LOP RAUCHMAN MOTORS at 3100 N W llth Stie.i, Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of ri of Made County. •'lot' „ „ l.o'.ls RAl'CHMAN, Role Owner I 1 l-ll-M, 9'4 THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA" IN PROBATE No. 46944-B K1-: Estate Of SAM YEGELOVVITZ n/k/a SAMCEL YEC.EMlWiTZ, sased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demand* Against Said You a:, beralty notified and required to present any claims and demand* which vou may have against the estate of HAM YBGELOWITZ a/k/a SAMCEL YBGELOWITZ, delate of I>ade County. Florida to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their office* In the County Courthouse In I>ade County. Florida, within eight calendar month* from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same wi ll be barred. EDWARD ROSBN, Executor ENOI.ANDER & TENDRICH Attorneys 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Flerlda „„.„.,,_,„ NOTJCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name of ORIGINAL ERSHOWSKY'S at 1 tr.3 1 Avenue, Miami Beach, Florsaid name with Ihe Clerk of th. Circuit Court of Dade i ".mntv. Flm Ida ,CK ER8HOWHKT HARRY s B-a • %  i-ii M ANi'iLLn \ A LI .,„ Attorn. tlnflff 1103 Alnsley Building Miami IX Florida 1,7-14-21-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ig to eng* lltiou* nan I. s-Al E> St., Miami Intend* to register *ald name with the Clerk of the Circuit lout I of Dade i M. GRANT. INC. ,*l-tt, 1/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 59C 7699 LINDA BUCKLES, Plaintiff TROY BUCKLES, I '.-fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mr. Troi Bin kle* Rout! Si Ellxaliethton. Tennessee You TROY BL'CKLES notified that a Bui of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you ami you me required to serve %  copi of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BENNETT id POPPER. Dixie Highway. Kendall :.S. Florida and .file th* original I idlna In tlie office of the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of September. RtiS. If yoti fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against fou for th* relief demanded In the Bill of complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Florida, this 13th day of August. A.D. IHV.I E B LEATHERMAN. -C'lerk, Circuit Court. Dude Countv, Florida (s.ali By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk BENNETT POPPER 9629 S. Dixie Highway Kendall S6. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff I 1-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 45254 IN RE: Estate of JACOB MILLER Itereased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons HaVIng Claims >r Demands Against 8ald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to preaeat any clAim* and demand* which vou may have against ttie estate of JACOB MILLER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to Uie County Judges of Dade County, apd In their offices i ue Countv Courthouse m Dade County. FlorMa, Within eight calendar months from "f th.fll -t pablb .' ion hereof, or tin same will he barred. %  NNA MILLER LILLIAN Mill i:i: i:\. %  nt11 BEN ESSEN. Attorn. ) in| I Seybold Building 1 lot ida. I 1-11 ifc THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 44804 IN RB: Estate ..' ISRAEL ROSEN I i i-ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors I All IVmntiii HarIng Claims or l>emands Against Said You are hereby notified and requirpreaenl any claims and demands which vou n against the of ISIIXKL ROSEN' .le. eased f Dade Countv. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Countv. and file the same in theli offices In th* Count) Courthouse in Dade County. I-1 i Idjt. wlthjn eight calendar months from the date of the first publication f. or the same will he barred. SEYMOI'R ROSEN Executor Attorney 1014 Si v hold Building Miami. Florida 1 24, 9/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery la South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FIll-1366 ~4



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Page 16-A *A*i ncrk*9f> rridq Y< Augu28 I 1SS Secrecy Shrouds Gurion Vacation Trip to France JERUSALEM-4JTA>_Priii>e MiniaUr David BenCurion, a officially confirmed this week, is vacationing in France He left u^ under such conditions of secrecy that some of his associates nl Israeli Cabinet did not even know of his departure until the c meeting two days later. ,The Ben-Curions were officially I welcomed to France by M. Haaa complete rest. His physici !" Picard. Prefect of Marseilles, when ommended a sea vova ge ;£ previous occasions. Mr Ben rm accepted the advice of l sr y cunty officers and agreed complete blackout on his i ments. The Ben-Gurion parly r Haifa -port by a circuitous and boarded the liner only | momenta before its sch sailing. As oon as the boarded the ship, the gang was hauled in and the ship out to sea. Paul Perach-Kwitney, local attorney and son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney, instructors at the Hebrew Academy, now visiting in Israel, is shown above turning over the keys to the ambulance presented to Mogen David Adorn by students of the Academy. Shown accepting the keys on behalf of Mogen David is Mordechai Penn. executive director of the organization. The ambulance will serve Bet Shemesh area in the Jerusalem corridor. Veterans Send Resolves to Capitol Continued from Page 1-A on the steady flow of oil from the Middle East." and recommended the following: 1. The I'mted States shall declare its intention to guarantee the territorial integrity of the Arab and Israel against both diand indirect aggression, and shall, if necessary, continue to' maintain troops in the area upon request ot any of these nations which .s subjected to such aggression. Florida ADL Maps tana Talks Daytt Florida State Ann Defamation League leadership training conference will be held from Friday through Sunday at the Sun N' Sand motel in Daytona Beach. Mrs. Bernard Supworth. AntiDefamation League co-chairman of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters announced that the sessions will be devoted to a consideration of the vital subjects affecting the Jewish community in Florida. Included among matters to bo discussed at the workshop conference will be the furtherance of educational work by B'nai B'ritti ledges and chapters throughout the state, and especially "the need to continue tfce partrayal of the Jew in a positive vein to combat the wealth of anti-Semitic negative propaganda." A David Rayvis. ADL co-chairman of the Florida State FedenUon of B nai B nth lodges and chapters, said that there will be representation from B'nai B nth groups throughout Florida. Consultants at the workshop will be Rev. William K. Williams, director of the Florida Council o-i Human Relations. Mrs. Nate Perlsautter. and Arthur Spiegel, of the Anu-Deiamauoa League office. I The United States shall declare its continued support for the stationing of United Nations observers and police forces in the Middle East to preserve territorial integrity, thus permitting the departure of American troops from the area. 3 The I'mted States shall stimulate peace negotiations between Israel and the Arab states which >hall include the resettlement of the bulk of the Arab refugees in the unpopulated Arab slates, making permanent the existing boundaries in the Middle East, and the opening of the Suei Canal to Israel shipping 4. The United States, to raise the living standards of the common man in the Middle East, shall de clare its intentions to support an expanded program of economic aid for the Middle East countries which should include immediate implementation of the Johnston Plan for the Development of the Jordan River Valley. It should also establish a Middle East Development Agency under UN auspices which >hould be financed by a percentage ot area revenues from Middle East and capital-exporting companies of the world S. The. United State*, in concert with the countries of Westem Europe, should provide) the capital for bui l ding of set pipelines of sufficient siso in Israel from Eilat to the Mediterranean coast, thus reducing Western Europe's d ep endence on the Suei Canal for the s hipment of oil from the Persian Gulf wells. *The United States shall declare its intention to adopt a new Policy in the Middle East which •ill permit the expansion of NATO by inviting the countries of the Middle East and North Africa to join NATO with the understand mg that these nations subscribe to and support the present treaty obligations of the NATO countries, j thev disembarked. The Israel Env boas) in Paris told all inquirers 'that the Prime Minister was on vacation, was in France only for .a rest, and would have no meet; ings of an official nature while ; m France.) Correspondents had bast* informed in advance of Mr. BenGurion's departure, but a strict security ban prevented any disclosure until his arrival at Marseilles was reported. Mr. Ben-Ciurion, accompanied by his wife and two aides, sailed from Haifa aboard the Israeli liner Theodor Herzl. Reservations were made for an unidentified personI age. and the line .and the ship's crew were not aware of the personage's identity until the BenUurion party boarded the liner. Mr. Ben-Gurion. who underwent a physical checkup last week and was given a clean bill of health, was ordered however, to take a Dr. lehrman at Conferetcf Dr. Irving Lehrman. sp leader of Temple Emanu-H, week represented the Syna| Council of America at a nit. conference on "The Law aa|| Layman" sponsored by the ican Bar Assn. in coopers with the President's committ| traffic safety at the Am< and Barcelona hotels THRIFT IS ALWAYS IN STYLE •••••• ••••• ^GORDONO FU NERAL HOM E FlMkliB §1436 710 S.W. 12th An. Over the years many things go oat of style." But saving money never becomes old fashioned, especially at FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS. At Flagler Federal your money earns a generous dividend of 4% and when you open a savings account you will receive one of these beautiful gifts* Free. FOR NEW ACCOUNTS OF S2S0 Oil MORE SSSiSSE* B Y UMVI *~ *• %  •—" •* •* %  — FOR NEW ACCOUNTS OF $100 OR MORE SmioTlE^SSS K CH, s N .r\„V U IMEC1 TABLEWARE SET • THEEE >• aa-book. 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A very small going away six-some tor Rltter and Dorothy Levinson, who are off for Mexico Dave and Lyra Haber and the Levinsons had cocktails at the William Brenners on South Shore dr., and then to dinner Hitter and Dorothy must like Mexico—its their third trip ... Remember Irene Farr? She's now Mrs. Milton |Scbesifler of Sumter, S.C. Irene and Milt are now announcing their : rst grandson Baby belongs to daughter and son-in-law Merle and Joe Lefkoff, of Atlanta Trend of the times torn from tV page* ot tJ >e women's section: Irv Katz looking fit as a* fiddlt having a bathing suit conference at the Boney Plaza Cabana Club \*!th Dean Lessner and Harold Ruby ... linked in a booth in the Fentainebleau coffee shop. Mrs. Anna Corr-r and Mrs. Augusta Gold, busily engaged in talking and L,tinr 'unch Stage Door Johnnies: Aaron Farr. Milton Friedman, t.torge Saluk and Mike Specter back Mage at the Grove |Tbeatr to see Carol Bruce playing in Pal Joey ... It all brought Lack rostalgic memories of by-gone days, when Carol made her I first bit hit at the Vanderbilt hotel Mike was her first manager Arc! she sang one of Aaron's songs, "I'm Not Allergic to You," I ai the old Royal Palm Club. • Fcrtieth anniversary luncheon honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry IScisortk. 5930 Alton rd., was held at the Algiers hotel on Sunday Hosts were the couple's daughters and sons-in-law, Dr. and [Mrs Julian Rickles and Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Goldberger IAmori the many guests were their sister and brother-in-law. Mr. land Mrs. Sam Halpern, of East Orange, NJ. Post card to iSocialr.e from Jennie and Harry Gordon, with stamp cancelled in [Buer. Aires Note from Mrs. Milton (Lane) Coleman, vice [presicir.t of International Tours, who is in Israel after an intensive [tour u the conlinent Lovely reception followed the wedding of C.rv Sylvia Stone to Richard Allen Myers last Sunday in the Nap<'>on room of the DeauviUe Harry and Rose Genet—he's the D; lie Paper Co. exec—off to New York for a wedding Then [on to Ml. Clemens. Mich., for a well earned vacation The couple I will rtturn to their 5101 Lakeview dr. home Oct. 14. S:m Steen. national historian of Am vets, will represent the [local ..-oup at the 15th annual national convention, which opens [on the weekend at Grand Rapids, Mich. Sam. former Florida [state commander, is also serving as commander of the Hialeah [BUMM-and Professional Post 100 Before reaching his destination, he'll make a stopover at Boston, Mass., to visit the Harry IDane family, among other of his relations Sam will also visit hi> si>t< r and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mitler and son. of NewIport. R.I. Sam, wife Shirley, and daughters Sharon and Laurel Imake their home in Hialeah Mr and Mrs. Ralph (Sophie) Whitehouse. of 15131 NE 9th lave., V Miami Beach, have Just returned from their summer lvacati.-n in the North They spent tease time visiting Sophie's [mother, Mrs. B. Devorsetz, of Syracuse, N.Y., and other relative* [in Bridgeport, Conn. Sophie's president of Temple Sinai Sisterhood Mr. and Mr*. Sam (Nettie) Lubell. of 680 NE 132nd St., v Miami, are back from Toledo, O., where they visited their [children. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lubell. and family Nettie is [second vice president of Temple Sinai, with Sam doing the honors las vic< president of the Temple. — *• S M Elsie Schwab* was in the library getting a copy of the Bridge I of San Luis Rey She and Florence Keisch have just come back from ail the country described in the classic novel ... On the west coa.t of South America, they had a wonderful trip, including a tour in the Andes to Cuzca where Elsie and Florence had to be administered pure oxygen because of the extreme altitude The colored pictures they have been showing friends since their return are | absolutely gorgeous Not Generally Known Dept. Twins Mona Louise and Sunny | Stephanie Glasser were named for Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise They just had a dreamy "girls only" party for the gal they I were with at camp Surprise stork shower tendered for Mrs. Jerry Menaker by I her sister-in-law. Mrs. Alan Jackson, 525 NE 138th St.. Miami, in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel last Saturday The [former Elise Kosch and the hostess, who was Joan Menaker, were both married at the hotel a year ago. 9* %  € It was a 25th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Bert (Ada) Scher, 76 Shore dr. W., on Aug. 19 Surprise party was at the home of Mr. and Mis. Frank Rose. 121 Shore dr. W. The Hoses invited the Schers over for "cocktails," and found a huge party of well-wishers: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bakst. Mr. and Airs Max Handshu. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Frame, the Herbert Edelsteins, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross, the Harry Rievmans, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Horowitz—Ada's folks—and Mr. and Mrs. George ( "hen Also present was son Kenneth, a student at Stetson U. • • Younger son Arthur is* away at camp The Schers—Bert's the Breakstone exec here—were married in New York and came here in 1944 Also: Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Kravitz celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary Friday, Aug. 21 Harold, wife Betty and children Shelley and Ricky make their home in Deer Park, Hialeah ; • • %  fhe family has just returned from a month's stay in Chattanooga, Tenn., where they visited Betty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Berke. 9* — Good news for dieters It's easy to count calories in Tel i v • Card from Mrs. Arthur (Bob) Treister says a glass of Lifrt p nd iCe cr ,m C08ts do,1 f ffte tnere Alex *"Q Hose Kogan write from Russia that they love every minute l every single thing ... %  Cl te young miss in a crisp sailor dress and pony tail Sara one Stevens accompanying her mother. Mrs. Bernard (Sue) Kt t0 th tint executive board meeting of the season of the preside 1 ? 11 Jewish Won >en's Organizations Sue's a vice lion ni r '.K nd Mr Samuel G. Kling attended the President's recepSam • v America Bar Assn. convention at the Americana m Your Marriage Counselor" of The Jewish Floridian, is a d~1U ( oman s "World Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, August 28, 1959 Section B Discussing plans for the unique French-Israel Fashion Festival, to take place in Miami onOct. 22 at"the Fontainebleau hotel, are Mrs. Jack Popick. Miami Beach chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds; Mrs. Paul Jerri Pollak, Fashion Festival chairman; Mrs. Jack Katzman, Greater Miami Israel Bonds Sponsor chairman; and Mrs. Betty Feuer. Latest creations by leading Paris couturiers will be displayed at the Fashion Festival, which will climax a month-long French-Israel Festival of Friendship. Launch Women's Leadership Training The biggest free program of women's leadership training will be launched here Tuesday under auspices of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, it was announced by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, FJWO president. Enlarging the scope and subject matter of last year's "classes," Mrs. Lehman said the 1960 version will be called "The Tuesday Series," and will run four consecutive weeks, beginning with the Sept. 1 session. The leadership courses for Miami Beach women will be held in the Community Room of the Miami Beach Federal Savings Bank, 407 Lincoln rd., starting at 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. A second "Tuesday Series'" to accommodate presidents of Miami and adjacent cities will be held on the other side of the Bay in October, Mrs. Lehman announced. "As the central organization representing more than 100 women's groups and chapters, FJWO has assumed the. responsibility of seeking out and training new leaders so they can provide inspired and informed direction to their clubs," Mrs. Lehman pointed out. revealing the "Tuesday Series" for the first time. Outlining the variety of subjects to be offered by some of Dade county's top women, Mrs. Lehman said that the first half of each class will"be devoted to an analysis of leadership techniques, with Mrs. Bernard Stevens presiding. On Sept. 1 and 8 subjects for.discussion will also include "Platform Effectiveness," "Public Speaking for the President," "Hew to Make Your Point," and "Verbalizing Your Idea." Mrs. Stevens conducted the original set of leadership development courses in 1956. She was selected as "Dade's Outstanding Woman Leader" and winner of the Past Presidents Leadership Award, offered annually by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. On Sept. 15. at 9:30 a.m., the leadership techniques session will be repeated by Mrs. Stevens, followed by a "program clinic" from 10:30 to noon, conducted by Mrs. Henry Wernick, vice president of FJWO in charge of programming. At the Sept. 22 session of "The Tuesday Series." Mrs. Robert Lewin will conduct a course on "Recruiting, Integrating, and Retaining Your Members." At the final Beach training session on Sept. 29. Mrs. Samuel.Z. Sakrais will preside at a "FundRaising Clinic." Organization fund-raising chairmen will learn about effective techniques foe conducting volunteer recruiting programs, developing work committees, and assisting in the annual Combined Jewish Appeal and the United Fund drives. (or lamia Sisterhood w ui stan iis aoDuc lames wim a xici Continued n ••• 7-B off brunch Monday noon in Sklar Auditorium of the Temple. Meedames Jack Greenberg (right) and Martin Kaufman are chairmen of the project, which will continue every Monday noon at the Temple. Funds raised will help support the religious school. Buffet Reception At B'nai Sholom Temple B'nai Sholom will hold a buffet reception for new and prospective members Sunday. 6:30 p.m., at the new Temple building, 16800 NW 22nd ave. The building is nearing completion and is the culmination of five years of effort on the part of the congregation's membership. Mrs. Marvin Kritzer is chairman of the combined membership committee, which consists of Mrs. Judd Merl. Samuel Oltchick, Mrs. Stanley Bell, co-chairmen Mrs. Dave Silver, Mrs. Harold Berkowitx, Mrs. Samuel Oltchick. Seymour Jaffee, and Martin Lewis. %  % 



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Page 2-B pJmis^norkMar Friday, Augu* 28 Truman to Address Hadassah Confab Leadership SBfcT >RK—Former President Harry S Truman will addre...rinual national-convention of Hada-\merica. which wffl be held in Si Louis. Mo. Sept. 13 ..'-. 16 Pr Miriam K. Freunthat n will be the principal e opening plenary ention on Sun day ever 13 Pr 1*1 IIMil said that the con-, will also be addressed by S Flemming. Secret.; Health. Education and Welfare. The four-day Hadassah convention w:Il formulate Hadassahs program for the United States and Israel for the next 12 months. More than 2.500 delegates and guests, representing Hadassahs Beach Chapter Plans 'Coffees 1 • Starlint^hft. 2 with a."nfc.J at the DiLido hotel for m^T I .ship sponsor committees udH •c*es similar %  •( %  <>• .• „,, held at homes for 3700 all* | of Miami Beach chapter"?^ Extending through Ucto^H lionally designated 3b HadiJ Membership Month, the prZm welcomes new members a !*3 as the opportunity to meet htm members. Mrs. Maurice Cahn. of th organised Esther group, spoii coordinator. Mrs Edward Holofcener is bership vice president. Mrs. W eph Shapiro is president ofthe mJ ami Beach chapter of Hadassi. Going over plans for the annual national convention of the Yeshiva University Women's Organization are (left to right) Mrs. Joseph S. Greenberg. of Brooklyn. N.Y.. national pres_ €: U I_l__-' .< — V.J, fit*. „.^ rw„...,4-,,l Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, {resident of the Federation of Jewion Council, a body of local convention. which will be geared r ? ODd J^ New York City, honorary national president^ 1 civic leaders who will assist the TV station in developing pub! -r:. re programs The Council will assist the station's menace— e::: :r. teleamtr.: rrrgrams denrvlcH united oa by waa> er. s T ur• %  --.Cancer Institute WiM Benefit VA Plans War Orphan Schooling ed States foreign policy and international affairs, with special emphasis on latest developments in the Middle East Mrs Israel Usdan and Mrs Ar %  K national chairman and co-chairman, respectiveBa4aaak*s four-day convention \ special report to the em •• Pr Freuad. lea! with Hadathe pawell as with her recent to Israel She will 18 and jfi e %  %  %  > plans for the fu'< parent m un? curred h -ervice-connected s P*ial reports to the conven%  r injury dnriag WorM : l : : J,sp made b v Dr K *>War I. Rfiarid War II. or the Kon,an J Mann, director general of rear Medical OrganuaPurpose of the program a to "" : SraeK a d Dr Mosne gin these young people an opporr Tywc *-. .* aoci t dean of tne Hp 4 to get the education thev ^ J-";vers"ty.Hadassah Medi->therv:se might have obtained. Cal Scho l ,n Jerusal *' m had their veteran parents lived Another highlight of the convenC. W. Boggs. officer m charge ,10n **" ** preview showing of of the Veterans Administration of,n 1959 Hadassah Israel Fashion •: L lowed by a reception the next day natea by Miami retaners n sijj at the Fontamebleau hotel sections of the c. Relatives from all over the Un, „ _A ed States gathered here for the T Reg u,ar n, etin of ^3 celebration Brothers and sisters Templ ? If*! of the happy couple came from ^ %  ^ ?" rd **>*$ San Fr.nc.sco and San Diego. TLZ?* *-^ m< *\ T3 Calif. another from Flmt Mich Sl hlef > t Temple 33 Mnu and others from Dallas. Tex and D l ,v,d CJl.jm W J3tt *J Chicago. III. chairman of the bazaar eoaus* The Bransons have two sons, two daughters, and eight grandchildren. All were present to celebrate. Mrs. Branson is a sister of the late Jack Albin. of Miami oat Wedresda> that the VA wants Taste." Adapted from haute cou ould >'tnic,, o n ^r baby sit need to plan the young person's Park Jewish Center wdl be hon program it, secondary school so ored at a reception bv the MoU?e JSL P,Wld ad u '* K'-^ner Sisterhood of the Center foundation for a program on Tuesdav evening here to retire. Mr Branson was a of the Dade County M,son and Zlonist *"d was also Medical Assn are taking the inartlv m cn ntable and commu niative in urging safe babv :>. I,y "f !" 1, He j 1 former manutm" fractiee< Thv .~ a mil "* of men's clothing, and on> erated his own stores. The couple are member, of T..., ter>, including what to do and'who P .! e Ner Ttm ^ nd the Chicago to call in cases of emerfiru> IUD of Miami Beach of emergencies AIR CO N D I T I O N E R REPAIR DEPOT All WorV Goanmteed ALL MAKES SAVE s15 By •rin a in 9 Yow Unit T Our Srvk WMIt Yw Wait — OR — Wl 5-2722 POR PAST RADIO DISPATCHED SERVICE r LAT1ST MODERN FACTORY EQUIPMENT I HKHLY SKILLED TECHNICIANS I LOW. LOW PRICES FOR GUARANTEED OUALITV WORKMANSH'P SHERBA BROS. 2050 NX 153ri STUIFT" Ji r r s,x %  —HEAR OF MOUSE OF E "The • tsvmad „£, vatt pra p i r tin t •n r*t*nt ytars that rhr is r**l need for information which w'l gwid, both parwnts and sitter," Mid Dr. Marvin Weil, accident prevention committo*. ""ch^'ptC^: w omen to Hear Yoga Expert 'line chapter of Bnai B nth Women will hold its Or* regular noting of the season Tuesdav. yfi s as &rH s Was and morbidity rate than all of the .!£?' diseases against which doctors now Y ^?. ttXeimui "*ruetoT i. immunize "••• wl '' be principal speaker at Ttw s-u-i^ r> the I p m meeting af^Uon^th^S d ^ S2^-SX A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1137 Yen. there's Ynan To* tpirkja dun iawt wn..."tavoe croshar for twlkflt amnih and stiawv Usion .\. ridwr snste and nta wre •ah yM fle.shig* an* ..Ich.fS and bwee %  •*• Sat.-Board of Health. nTve^er 1 K if *" ""P 0 ""' Pro^ct in Mby sitter education This w,ll be earned out m Dade countv wnh ^ help of the Dade County Med\VGLST HI'OS HI — 'an %  t si %  calarw-lrai /•. Sugonne $wrn nua vnsaa nt no fooa vaui arinnm i. ••, w • IhA *>oo i-x. '• &f CM •Tonas ivu In Miami it s *-itt *" DAIRIES for Home thliyry Phone FR 4-2621 Th. •'•at nonte in dni'v F **NK J. MOtT.



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MMS. JACK fOMCI Jaycees Join 'Painting Crew* Some 100 Jaycees turned out Sunday morning to paint the National Cardiac HonTe at W. Flagler st. and LeJeune rd. District vice president Merle M. Vaught, of No. Miami Beach, said thai, east of the 14 Jaycce clubs from the North Dade line to Key West were represented in the "painting crew." Vaught said that not only the time and work was donated, but that James Aberman and Don Zuckarman, president' and vice president of Commercial Coatings Corp. of Miami, paint manufacturers, donated all the paint necessary to complete the job. Irs. Popick Will Head Bond Group Mrs Jack S. Popick has been merotis cifk activities include life lamed Miami Beach chairman of Women's Division for Israel onds, it was announced this by Mrs. Max Weiti, Greater lami Women's Division chairban. Vice president 01 Temple Emanufcl Sisterhood, Mrs. Popick's mimembership of Brandeis University, Jewish Home for the Aged, Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Temple Emanu-EI. She is a member of the Cancer Institute, Hadassah, Fight for Sight, and many other civic and Jewish organizations. SL. £-* i w is zzzxm >M*orWur [Nothing is left to the imagination in the demonstration U. S. [Testing Company devised to compare Alcoa Wrap's new jsuper-strength household foil with that of leading competitors. IThree steel balls of equal weight are dropped on the three Heading brands. Only Alcoa Wrap resists puncture. LOOK AHEAD!! RE-ELECT ED" V1SCHI For > Oil 11| MIAMI CITY CeiTNCIII'ltoi.itFSS MS B0Y PLATFORM" EXPERIENCED CAPABLE INDUSTRIOUS RELIABLE —— YOUR VOTE AMD SUPPORT APPRECIATED PILL LEVER f#-A TI'ESDAY, SEPT. 1 Pd Pol Adv. Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid pitches in to help with registration. Left to right are Mesdames Louis Cohen. Louis J. Gold, and Joseph Sherbill. Standing are Mesdames Martin Kaufman, Yvette Silberger. Benjamin Fabric. Albert Wtther, and Adolph Greenbaum. Ner Tamid Signs Up Students Registration for the religious school of Temple Ner Tamid is on Sunday from 10 am. to 12:30 p.m., and daily from 9a.m. to 6 p.m. The expanded facilities of Ner Tamid religious school include modern, spacious and air-conditioned classrooms. Hebrew school will be open to children from eight years of age and over. Sunday school offers an integrated course, and is open to children five years of age and over. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will be education director. Nursery school for children three years of age and older will also be operated by the Temple school board. Nursery school will meet daily from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Alcoa Wrap Adds New High Strength Super-strength household foil, up to 104 percent stronger than any other foil on the market, is now being offered t housewives as the newest development of Aluminum Company of America. Alcoa announced that its Alcoa Wrap brand of household foil is now available on grocery shelves throughout the country in a highstrength, high-purity alloy which has stepped up foil bursting strength by as much as 104 percent. Tha new Mgh-strongth characteristics era supported by a variety of impartial tests conducted by the U. S. Testing Company. The tests disclose that foil in the new alloy produces regular weight wrap as much as 71 percent teu g hei than competing foils in the same gauge. Heavy-duty wrap, widely used in home freezer packaging, now exceeds the strength of rival brands by as much as 104 percent. The Alcoa development means that foil users now can buy a wrap with greatly improved resistance to puncturing and tearing—important qualities in the packaging of sharp and irregularly shaped objects such as meat and poultry. The new super-strength Alcoa Wrap, both regular and heavyduty, in all widths, provides the increased strength factors. The improvement is expected to accelerate the over-all use of foil, which recently made history by surpassing long-entrenched waxed paper in annual dollar sales volume. ar*MJ Sholom Registration Registration in the religious schools of Temple B'nai Sholom will be held Sunday from 10 a.m to 1 p.m at the new Temple build ing, 16800 NW 22nd ave. Member ship committee includes Mrs Marvin Kritzer and Mrs. -Ned Le vine. Mrs. David Horowitz is relig ious school principal. 30 rears Ago This Week Judgment: A jury in Karlsruhe this week acquitted Prof. August Kraft, an anti-Semitic agitator, on charges that he insulted the flag of the German Republic by calling it a "Jewish banner" in a public address. The court accepted the defendant's explanation that he meant not to insult the flag but to deride the Jews. JVS Approved By National Body Jewish Vocational Service was notified this week that it has been unanimously approved by the American Board for Psychological Services. According to Lloyd L. Ruskin, president of JVS, the agency was cited because it "met the highest standards of quality, competence and ethics in the field of vocational guidance." JVS will be listed in the lMfr•1 Directory of the Beard. The Jewish Vocational Service helps school youth through job counseling, assists aged and emotionally handicapped persons in finding employment, and conducts a Sheltered Workshop at 5252 NE 2nd ave. Facilities and manpower of the JVS workshop are available to local business firms for sub-contracting on light jobs such as folding, inserting, simple assembling, addressing, and packaging. The vocational program at the workshop aims to return workers to the regular labor market after they have been trained at a job they can handle. Clinical psychologist Donald Block is workshop manager. The JVS was established as an independent agency last year, and maintains offices at 10 NE 3rd ave„ Miami. It is su pporte d by funds raised in the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal. Officers are Lloyd L. Ruskin, president; Sam J. Heiman, honorary president; Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Charles Feinberg, Albert J. Hirsch, Dr. Jess Spirer, vice presidents; Mrs. Eugene Heiman, secretary; Clemen J. Ehrlich, treasurer. Executive director is Dr. Michael Goodman. FOR YOUR NEW FORD or FIAT "Best Deal in Florida!' Wl 5-3531 VOTE FOR HOWARD SULLIVAN AS YOUR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE NORTH MIAMI HMMII ABILITY • EXPERIENCE • INTEGRITY CONTINUED TAX REDUCTION BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES BOOST LOCAL BUSINESSES CLOSE WATCH ON ALL SPENDING REASONABLE CO-OPERATION WITH METRO "BUSINESS MAN" "GET THE JOB DONE" VOTE SULLIVAN PULL LEVER 8 A SEPT. 1st Pd. Pol Adv. DON'T FORGET VOTE September 1, 1959 **** ELECT **** JIM MILLER NORTH MIAMI CITY COUNCILMAN "To Represent the People" Pd. Pol. Adv. EVERYONE'S CANDIDATE JOHN B0UDR0T FOR: CONTINUED IMPROVEMENTS BUSINESSLIKE METHODS LOWER TAX RATES MORE SERVICES FOR YOUR TAX DOLLAR BUDGETARY CONTROL OF ALL SPENDING SECURE INTERAMA FOR OUR AREA 'TOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED" PULL LEVER 3-A FOR JOHN BOUDROT Pd P.i.Adv.



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Page 4-B jewistfhrXMtor Yon, M C ABRIAGE LOINSELOR y SIABBM %  .' FridayAuqo rt 28, 1953 Map Buzz Talks For Women Here I am very much afraid, that Mr Maurice berger. whose letter appeared in last weeks Jew-h Hondian. mines'the entire point of my column of Aug 7. in which I offered a few suggestions to cut down our appalling divorce rate To besiin with. I suggested a minimum age for marriage to conform with other legal realities. If the law believes a boy under 21 is too childish to be entrusted with either voting or with the purchase o; a glass of whiskey or a bottle of beer-even though he has has parents' approval—then surelv 'he law should be consistent and insist that he be at least 21 before he is allowed to marry. Moreover, we know that there are thousands of teen-age marriages each year, and that these result in a divorce rate at least five times that of those who marr. in their middle twenties A law that ild tend to eliminate such marriages would obviouslv tend to cut down on their number of divorces, especially if marriages with parental consent were eliminated Passing a law. I am the first one to realize, inot a panacea or cure-all. But it is a step in the right direction, especially if the law e happen to have is archaic and stupid. Would Mr. Weinberger advocate the repeal of laws against burglary, robbery :-nd murder, merelv because such las do not eliminate all ,uch crimes? To ask the question is to supply the answer. Arguing with Heat Of course, penal statutes do not abolish all crime Bat ther do tend to control it and to punish those *ho violate it. Think of a society without such laws! Or one without policemen to enforce them So with marriage statutes I do not argue that raising the minimum age requirements for mar riage will usher in Utopia I do insist that they would -.end to curb a lot of youthful marriages which should never have taken place in the first instance Mr Weinberger's objection that all applicants for marriage be screened by a competent board for obvious mntal or serious physical defects is equally illogical He argues with more heat than light that Hath a screening would make marriage "a mechanical proficiency operation based on standardizing miman beings. Even God didn't do that." I am not privy to what God did or would do: nor. am I con.meed, is Mr Weinberger. Neither am I persuaded that being screened by such a board would make marriage a cold-blooded, mechanical bus:r.' The vast majority of states—including Florida— now require Mood tests as a pre-condition of marriage. Wovild anyone argue that such tests make marriage more mechanical or inhuman' On the contrary *' J c n tesls nave detected and eliminated rr.an;easel of venereal disease which would have brought misery not only on innocent wives but on children, as well. Isn't it better that such marriages be halted until the condition is cleared up' Or 1Mr Weinberger so unalterably opposed to all laws that he would advocate the repeal of the one requiring blood tests, and so allow syphilis to strike whereever it wanted'.' An Intolerable Burden The screening by a competent board will sooner or later become a reality. For to allow a mental defective or seriously disturbed person to marry and spawn uncared-for children, is an intolerable burden that no civilized society can tolerate for long. Certainly society has a right to say who is competent and who is incompetent to marry. Within broad limits, it does so now For its own protection it should do to even more. Think of a community in which there were no minimum standards for law or medicine or dentistry, where every quack and charlatan could practice to his heart's content. Mr Weinberger wants to know "who is competent to establish equitable laws'' Who has the wisdom to prejudge the readiness of couples for marriage? My answer to these rhetorical questions is that society has Just as society, through its law-making bodies and the pressure of public opinion, insists that doctors, lawyers, beauticians and barbers have a certain minimum efficiency in order that the public be protected, so society has the same right to maintain that those who marrv observe certain minimum -tandards; to wit. that they be well enough physically and emotionally to carry through the marriage contract—no more, and certainly no less. Weinberger also seems to think that undiv proposal I %  0^ 21 and a *""' over would demand, on first being introduced to each other a diploma as la qualifications in various aspect! of marriage This is of course, arrant nonsense. All 1 gested is that hools inaugurate courses in preparation for marriage, since parents are often r too ignorant or too inept to supply such information themselves The need for such course, becomes more and more pressing, if wedlock is to have any stability. Need For Court** I should like to point out. too. that because an art critic knows painting doesn't mean be enjoys art less. Nor does a music cntic lose his taste for .vmphomes because he can analyze or dissect them On the contrary, a critical knowledge of any subject often heightens its appreciation, providing a more lasting and durable satisfaction. One reason marriages fail so often is that we expect too much and get too little. The net result is often disillusionment and disenchantment A knowledge of what to expect in a mate, an understanding of the subtle differences between male and female psychology, an awareness of the financial aspects of marriage—these are but a fewmatters that youngsters should be thoroughly grounded in before embarking on the somewhat rugged seas of matrimony. To provide anything less is like entrusting the helm of a modern ocean liner to someone without the slightest knowledge of nautical science. Why. then, should we think we can get by in marriage with nothing more than instincts* The grim truth is we can't And if we need further proof we have only to turn to the dismal figures of divorces, desertions, annulments and separations. Mr. Weinberger maintains that if my recommendation for a six month cooling off period were enforced it would work a hardship for those in their thirties who have gone steady for two, three, or more years. In rebuttal. I can only retort that any girl in her thirties who allows herself to go steady for two, three or more years, is obviously a nincompoop who deserves her fate. Light of Reason -. than 50 presidents of w"" 1 .tations are expected to attend the first Bun session sponb, the Federation of Jewish .filiations Thursday, a m in the Community room of the Humi Beach Federal n C Lehman. FJWO eat. will conduct the first p and lead a discussion on evaluation of community services in 1959. On the following day. new presidents will attend another to receive their mdoctnnauoaT. FJWO service techn.quej. The popular "flip chart' pre,., tation will be emplnved to ens* sire graphically how 117 wom*^ ranuations -car. unify ltw thinking and woman power to help more people and to strengthen u* Jewish community. HAPPY THI f landed kr ^'iiJ Ike ."-.ft eettinra, the eelebretea ev.a.ne. the ie aenriee ef TU £<•. bere a famoua Bair ref .affair w M eneaneed e M ami Beerh"e moat deathf •"•£ ,f handsoM NEW FACILITIEl far epwuree," feeetione ... f re" • Poo:. Je Party U a Greed Ee.ll... for ze ueata er MOO ... la Greee Eallreora. Petite Ballreom. IerT •f.arer. Upper Ecfcelea dak. Veranda Room.Rema I>enfe. Terraee Been. Cardinal Eeem. Tewa Halt. Choeeinr fke Saaeap fer eap W* ef fanetlea will be yer aeaaraaee ef a pare/ ea eare/ree ne K la frr—M fer Mews —4 Warataftea ee* Jl 8-6811 ARTHUR TEKNNFI, Mrecter e Ceitiee aed* Ceterief ef KM Srnumf AJ COUM AT two • The cooling off period is designed to prevent marriages—mainly of the teen-age variety—which are based more on sex than substance, on infatuation rather than on more enduring qualities. It is 1 designed, for example, to prevent marriages where the boy is in the service and wants to get married 1 in order quickly and legally to satisfy a biological urge. It is designed to avert .marriages where the couple haven't gone together for at least six months, and so wed in both haste and ignorance. There is nothing in my proposal, however, to prevent even a thirty-year-old girl from getting married. II she has gone with the boy for a fewweeks and wants to marry him. let her apply for the wedding license and wait the necessary six. months to see if their love will stand the test of | even this short period If it doesn't what are the prospects that the marriage will stand the test of five or ten years of wedlock? In short, all any boy or girl has to do who seriously contemplates wedlock is to take the six-month cooling off period into consideration in their courtship or engagement period. I Finally. I must disagree that marriage is pre dominanth a spiritual matter and that "within the paaes of the Bible is a rule and guide for every situation pertaining to marriage." Marriage is an adventure, to be sure, but it is a physical adventure as well as a spiritual one, an inttllectual and emotional adventure as well as a religious one. Nor is the Bible a safe guide to those perplexed in matters matrimonial, just as it is no longer a safe guide in astronomy, biology, or geology. Man can• not live by faith alone, certainly not in marriage.' He must have knowledge, the best, modern, scien-' tific knowledge available to him. Only with knowl edge and the strong light of reason to guide him is there any hope that he will someday, perhaps, find solutions to the problems which continue to baffle and elude him. •Jr. Kline is available fer private marriage ceeastttea *• lltwrtaaia. Meaie.l W.,„ i. 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+Je*lst> IkrHitn Page 5-B mis. nmir SAAWT JNF Changes Dinner Date Here The Jewish National Fund Council.of Greater Miami, in response to a request by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Wednesday changed the date of its annual dinner from Nov. 15 to Nov. 19. ^. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, present of the JNF Council, in reveiling the change of date, said that "the executive board of the Jewish National Fund Council recognizes the urgency and importance of the national convention and reception being arranged by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. "Not wishing to divide the interM oi ihe community with a confiding function, the Council has set aside its original dinner date I and will hold the JNF annual ban[ quet at the Fontainebieau hotel on \ n 19." Mrs. Samet to Head Children's Program tin. Philip Samot li.iv been appointed county chairman of IV early childhood development proii for the Greater Miami Jewish Community (enter, it was an-; Bounced hy Isidore B, Simkowitz, president. The program conducts four [ nursery school operations for the Center at its various branch locations. PTA chairmen at the respective branches are also announced as follows: Mrs. Herschcll Rosenthal, Miami YMHA; Mrs. Jerome Jacobs, Beach YMHA; Mrs. Sigmund Rosen. Southwest YMHA; and Mrs. Howard Goodstein, North County YMHA. Mrs. Samet and her husband,! who is a noted physician and chief of the Mt. Sinai Hospital cardio pulmonary division, reside with their three children at 5951 Alton' rd.. Miami Beach. She has been! active in the community in lead-| crship capacities with the Girl Scouts and public school PTA's. Presently, financial secretary of the Miami Beach YMHA, she has also served as chairman of the board of education program of GMJCC, as well as a member of its executive committee. Mrs. Samet also served on the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The work of the early childhood development committee for the coming year will concentrate on finding new methods for increased parent participation and making! a more concentrated analysis of' the way in "which the program can better help each individual child. Harmony Card Party Card party was held Sunday by the Harmony chapter of B'nai H rith Women. Temple iudea Registration Temple J u d e a nursery-kindergarten announces opening for the fall term on Tuesday, Sept. 8, with | a morning session. Registrations are now being taken in the school office weekdays from 9 a.m. to 12 neon. Children who will be three ;


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Ws* >Jmist fkrkat> 3n tlte IQcalm of Society Robbins. Weiss Live in Perrine Rahhi Yank** Rosenberg ated at the I pm 4 many, A. Uta Ann I ] Bananas -r. (he I %  Mr. aad V"s Harry Maoafl M *S" -• Coral Gal The bride is the daughter erf Mr Jules Weiss. 341 >W 90* rd Mi anu. and the late Mrs Vein Tbpota. fco NriM *' ^25 ***'• dr. North Bay Yillagc. is the son of Mr and Mr?. George L Robbins. New Ml Ot>. Matron of honor as the bride's close friend. Mrs Perry Moskoviti. of Nashville. Term. Another close friend. Miss Lennye Botwick. of Coral Gables, was maid of honor. Stanley Robbins was best man for his brother The bnde's broth er. Henry Weiss, was usher. Newrjrwed Mrs Robbins is a native Miamian. graduated from Miami Senior High and the I'niversity of Miaau. wbere she was president of Phi S^ma Sigma sorority She it a past \ice prestdent of Beth David Young People's League, and teaches fourth trade at Riverside Elementary School. Mr Robbins is a graduate of New York %  mtarj .v.-adc-> a:tended Ka~sjs Sottt Cannon and • \ J ;• He as a: Alpha EpsJoo Pi Atar ser> %  Faint and VM Young -e -iee reception foUcwe-i the : ; • ; %  .-..:•-. %  -; -,: I I • %  groom's panati and Mr. and Mrs 1 %  Spent aad daughters, of .:.-oL. I Miss Grossman Weds Jay Sedlik Mm BV-mice Hyr BM the bnde of Li Jiy Vi%  Sedl i. I SAT %  5 pm w'ed&ag • Ssmday. Aug S. at Temple Zc* Rabbi Alfred iAman o*f> Iha bnde. whjo is the daughter %  Mr and M^ Sal T Grossman. SM lad s: ctese an aakleta ehantiliy lace gown with "ice* sleeves. She was gtvea mamage by her father Ma;d of honor for her sister was M-vs Yalene Grossman Bndesmaids ere Miss Mareu Baaa ami Mas Ian Graaoff Su-year-oW Franc j* Kiveaoff was flewer Mrs. Leaera Yaader. warn sang at the weddm* of -Jke hnde s par...%  Best rnaat for has hracher was Earl Sed^ak JJUanala "d John Mortaa were The hnde ts a gradnat* of V >.-.-.-:-:_• %  -.,.. .. l >" TerB Miaam. tad ts emfmyec as a secretary a: n"TVJ The groom a giadnato at Mi* Wnr-Ka&r Berne, Altman Exchange Vows T.a= became %  Ira Bel %  S at R bbl Leon Huruiti officiated The bnde is tie daughter and Mrs Sam Altman. 3881 NM • -' *t The groom's p-rents are Mr and Mrs Charles Berne. 1? Matron of honor eras Mrs Jaca Cutler Barbara Andrews. Pat Whaleman and Judy Siegal were bridesmaids. Richard Ma.sel was best man I'sbers included brother of the bnde Alien Altman Jack Cutler, and Jerry Weroick Roberta Rubm was flower girt for her cousin Stephen Boss. coustn of the groom, was ring bearer Junior ushers included Robert Altman. brother of the hnde. aad Peter Ross, cousin of the groom The hnde chose a gown o f satan and imparted hand-drawn alenroa lace The molded lace bodice wan dev-gned with an apea neckline. aad Nog sleeves te tapered pedata at the wnsts. The fuB-leogth boaf faat skirt was highlighted wath the lace apphqoe m black, and swe/t to a regal train. Her veil of imported silk ilhisasa was softly draped from a jeweled open work tiara. Newlywed Mrs Berne graduated from Miami Senior High SchooL attended the I'mrersity of Florida, wbere she was affiliated with Alpha Epsiion Phi sorority, and is a graduate of Ourron Williams Commercial CaOrge. Mr Berne went to Miami Senior High. University of Miami, and s now a studeat at Emory University deatal school in Atlanta. He be:orts to Tau E p n laa Phi fraternity, aad ts pre si de nt of Alpha Ome g a dental society there. Reception and daaner followed at the Algiers. After a Miami Bear* h one ym oon, the couple will MkStone Now Mrs, Meyers Caryl Sylvia Stone aad Allen Myers -x< hanged w_ vowa Sunday. Aug rx C at the Deauvili P hotel 'BK>\L9 kov Boatnber, • if..aiedl The bride is -Pondl She dauajanjij mer MiamunMr and KrTn thur M. Stone. %  ..f chieam J Broom is the -or : \| r t William Meirow .u. 1315 Sf ,! The bride wore a gown ^ tered satin fe.^ring a ci lace bodice with -abnna B^ edged with sequins and tin pearls and long fitted ,|t Chantilly lace inset > accent^ front and back panels, .ty mmated in a chapel train. ~ Her teed pearl and was held with layers of Froneh Uanaaan. hfadd nf nonor for her titter Mies Betty Stone. The graoava ter, Mrs. Charles Nathan. \\% Iron of honor. Bridesmaids : ed Bahn tla Germann. Rachel man, Mrs. Barry Hahaaa. SnfL I't ancle. Al Ushen Mare Sidney 1 Id Pming. jrmtw Mm Stone from Mhrhm Senior High Israelite Center win have a ^ aOmadnd the Ui cabaret night at the Morocco room naihaa. w h-,i j she was a of the Casablanca hotel Saturday. ^ Ahjma ffTpaflan Phi Mrara Jack de Leon will be roaster of g^. laaahand is a Miaau ceremonies. Sam n el Axrikan is gradmafe, and win reeerre a i cnairmaa of the cabaret commit^^ to me tmm€ from the Va] '** eeratty of Miami in Fe I WwwM-KalMi WM 'DMT ffvfi' •• TV Dinner and reception at the Deaamlle After a honeymoon, the couple wUti Rjth Foreman was to present at the University of Miami. (van k. -: in a cuWaag from King Henry \ 111 pnor to launching tbe Pied Piper Playhonae 11th year on "Dear Ruth."' Thursday. 1030 a.m.. over ch. 10. iMm < iliatmi 111 his degree High, received laode in radm. fihns at the Uaavcrsaty of where he was vice president Phi Stgma Desta fraternity, president of Alpha Eanamn radaotetevuaon honorary, ant longed to Arnold Aar Society A i Force BOTC. aad Reserve Officers Aam He worked ia -Jae WTN'J sports where nm Art Expert Back from Tour There a "ur.> mt of art m everyone of as says Miami art expert Rosalya Spencer, who has mst r e tm ae d from a rtsat to the art centers of New York. Chicago. Philadelphia and the West Coast "Bat very few perjaau recognise st and grre themselves as tnaaty te express themsel.es free•Ae cere ty at Temple gnests mchaded the Mrs McCy Sedhk. aad the s aant. Miss Ida Weiiiaherg, hath of New York City After a wedaang trap to Tniaa. the eenpee wiB resade m Pmliiil Phaawkere the groom has a felUaaversaty of riamijlianaa Recent births at Mt Sinai Hospital include the following: Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs. Ben Mitchell Aug. 2. San bora to Mr and Mrs. Harold Mitchell Aag 22. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Phdap Kacdan Aag. It. San ham to Mr. and Mrs. Wtlham Cahn Aag 19. Dawgwter bora to Mr and Mrs. Eaaale Baraett Aug. la. Son bom to Mr and Mrs. Bernae Farr Aag. li born to Mr and Mrs Aag. l£ bora to Mr. and Mrs Darryl Dworman Aag. 11. Son bora to Mr and Mrs. Morton Cohen Aag. a. ad. charcoal are now beta* classes are ama available for tbe art undents. arras School of Art. :T A&aa ^ Begattraram tar Ctasaes a hamc •z*" drawiag and NURSERY !" *. 12th GRADE COEDUCATIONAL aWMBm mDV .'CF. ttll TE?_V DAY SCHOOL CLASSES STA1T SEPTEpfJEt tah BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME MOW PBOPIT --:*ir — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BJT YOUt COawMUMCTY t.*^ .•> m m* o !>! % % %  vua iia—-.<' f* **** Raaa. Or >uac M E*r. ftmiii J*>0O NURSINO OOCTOJtS ON CALt ALL PUTS OwSCRVEO rTwoCgWI*! aWOONB*Mll



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August 28. 13*9 +JftstrkrUteti Po97Jf CM arminglxt m ours. if <&4ppbb 'pplcbaum Edith Applebaum is back from "vacation. "Charmingly Yours" fsumr here in next week's issue of The Jewish Floridian. Watch tliih'.helpful fashion hints and latest news about who is wear vhat where. brd School. 1204-54 West ave.. Beach, is now registering hd new students. Abraham M. Cassel, foun-" "d director of the school, is office to meet with parents hildren to discuss their eduial problems for the coming frustration will continue |h August. Oxford's fall pier will begin on Tuesday, F'ord *ccept$ boys and flirts arding or day student* •he first grade through pntary, high school and colpreparatory. Day stude n t s Young MD Has Work Cut Out for Him • • • J5$ *^c'<*hte Continued from Pee* IB bber of the association, and wan an especially welcome guest i organization's sessions on family law. s B* a e IVacationing at Duncragfaa Inn, Hendereouville, N.C., are >and Mrs. Harold Kuield. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb, and Rote Weiss The Leonard L. Abess family is letting the spapers know that they're back and deliveries should resume 1101 N. Bay rd. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Eisenson will (Norfolk. Va., '•home" after Sept. 1 ... Ed will be stationed with the U.S. Navy for the next 12 months, and Deedy will eaching fourth graders in one of the Norfolk schools She's [former Dolores Chernoff, daughter of the Ernest Chernoffs, marriage took place here in June |Harry Simonhoff and his Use are on their way to Russia t've been hoboing through' Europe in a jalopy for six weeks." wTite friends Postcard from Bayreuth exclaims: "Wited Wapner as performed nowhere else The new electric Jets keep the stage in a murky gloom so that one hardly sees [performers. It's like looking through a stained glass low.'' [Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner and their three children back heir S. Miami ave. home after an extended tour of the west |nonhwe.-i. including Los Angeles. San Francisco. Las Vegas. no Canyon, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Lake se and Banff in Alberta, Canada Elaine Lyon, of BlackFlower Shops, writing to friends that she's in beautiful—and -San Diego, Calif., visiting with her daughter and grandphi> r. Stopover was in Champaign, 111., to visit Elaine's St son and meet his wife and baby daughter Another son, khter-in'^>'^a^a HOME "CeefreNy M-Heur Nursing Service O Special Diets Strictly Observed e All Rooms en Ground Floor 1st. USl Jewish Style Cookir. i Spacious Ground* e Reasonable Rates e Specfo/fZffia in Care To the Elderly and Chronically III 335 S.W. I2th AVE. Ph. FR 4-5437 & FR 94)278 110 ALLEN, Director &f



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Pcge b-t +JewlsltntridMn Friday. Augus^3M95? Bonn Asked to Assist Rumania Nazi Victims NEW YOBK JTA — Dr Xafcum Goldmann. president of the OP. Jewish Material Claims Armany. appealed to the West German authorities recently to accept responsifor the emergency needs of coming from RuE'.sma. In meetings with German minin charge of the indemnification program and officials of the Germany, the organization revealed. Dr. Goldmann drew attention to documentary \:dence recently made available to the German courts "bearing on the fact that Jewish persecutions in Eastern Europe were instigated %  c Nazi Government" and urged acceptance of .responsibility I Nazi victims from Rumania. At the meeting, which followed an earlier conference et which Chancellor Konnd Adenauer presided, the German repre*enBalabatim Vaad Issues Statement Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth. 1370 Washington aye., one of several kashruth supervision organizations here. Wednesday issued a statement proclaiming "that all kosher poultry' must be identified with a ving ring that carries the. name of the Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth.'' Issuing the statement was the | Beth Din of the organization. The Beth Din." the statement continued. "is not responsible for the kashruth of any other poultry" here. The statement also declared that "the city ordinance of Miami Beach to inspect kosher food does not give a religious guarantee of kashruth either to the food or to the establishment. "The Beth Din does not recommend any establishment or any organizational function that is not .under the jurisdiction of the standards of the local Beth Din." Concluded the statement: "The Beth Din represents the religious halachic needs of the Jewish community as the rabbinic arm of the Orthodox congregations of Greater Miami and the Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth." Signing the statement were Rabbis David H. Lehrfield, Kneseth Israel; Herschell Saville, Miami Hebrew Congregation; H. Louis Bottman, Beth Israel; Solomon Schiff, Beth El; and Tibor H. Stern, Belh Jacob. tatives were hopeful that their states wetftd be able to carry out the provisions of the Federal Indemnification law by March 31, 19*3, the deadline date foreseen in the" statute, the claims conference stated. "Dr. Goldmann submitted anew specific suggestions for speeding up the pace of indemnification, above all on the advisability of obtaining standardized settlements for groups of cases where the underlying facts are similar. Ways were also explored fir speeding up adjudications where a state is overburdened with' claims, owing to the structure •* |urls diction agreed to by the German states. _^ The Manchester Guardian reported this week that despite the West German Government's goodwill only about six billion marks had been paid out in compensation claims of the 12 billion marks remained to be processed. About 1,600.000 claims are presently under adjudication in West Germany. Persistent approaches at an executive level made by the Jewish organizations over a period of years have helped smooth out German indemnification legislation and its implementation, Dr. Nehemiah Robison, director of the World Jewish Congress' Institute of Jewish Affairs, said in a report for submission to the WJC's plenary assembly in Stockholm next week. "The implementation of the agreements signed in Luxembourg in October, 1952, required constant activity involving enactment of new legislation in the field of compensation and restitution, following lip its implementation, and discussions end negotiations with federal and state governments," the report stated. TO III:\T Carol Cables. Spacious 1 bedroom t furnishfd. 4 way exposure, lorjt elsj! ets, neor shepaina, synajevue A No. j. bos. Beoutifol garde*, like pr j 0 ,,' horn" 1002 Douglas Road. A n I 01 First Bar Mitzvah student registers at Temple Ner Tamid. Left to right are Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple spiritual leader, Miles TralinS. and Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Registration is currently in progress daily, 9 6.m. to -6 p.m., and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • NAT POLLACK Israeli Pilots Cool Soviet MIG's Flown by Egyptians TEL AVIV—(JTA)—Encounters between Israeli fighter pilots in their French-built Mystere-IV's and Egyptian pilots in the Sovietbuilt MIG-17's since the time of the Sinai campaign have given the Israeli pilots a feeling of confidence and security, Col. Ezer Weizmann. Chief of the Israeli Air Force, said this week. WlYofGilLLMTRY "w.iA&A^ SERGEANT Meyer Levin ON THE FIRST PAY OF WORLP WAR H. AS POMWRPIFR IN THE PLANE PllOTEIFY CAPTAIN COLIN KELLY, LEVIN uAUNCHEl THE ?OMKfVHICH 6LASTEU THE JAPANESE BATTLESHIP HARUNA OFF THF PHILIPPINES. IATEP.ATTHEWTTLE3F7HF COPAL SEA.HE JUkCHEP THE BOMR FROM THE FLYING FORTRESS CHIEF SEATTLE.WHICH SANK A 15,000 TON xIAF TRANSPORT IN JANUARY, 1943, AFTER MORE T HANSlXir:OMWT MISSIONS, HE WIN AN OPEWTIOV OVER NEW GUINEA.HE WAS ArYAWtP THE PKTINGUISHEP FLYING 2R0S5, SILVER STAR 4OAK LEAF CIUS1ERE: WAS POSTHUMOUSLY AWARPEP THE PUkTLE HEART.AS WELL AS A CERTIFICATE OF AAfRlTSIGNEP 6Y GENERAL H.H.ARNOLP. JfattoMliI Shrine SOK TMC %  Jewish War Vead WASH!N&TON,E>.C. The Israeli airmen had taken the measure of the Egyptians during the Sinai campaign. Col. Weizmann noted, when the Arabs flew the MIG-15. But the MIG-17. introduced later, was an "unpleasant unknown." In recent encounters, however, when Egyptian pilots violated Israeli air space, the Israeli pilots and their Mysteres successfully coped with the MIG-17's, Col. Weizmann said, pointing out that this had encouraged the Israeli*. The air commander's comments appeared in a message he wrote for the Air Force Bulletin in connection with the observance of Air Force Day on Aug. w Referring to the high costs of training and maintenance, Col. Weizmann observed that when it took only six minutes to reach Tel Aviv from Egyptian bases or Haifa from Syrian bases "no price is too high when Israel's security is at stake." Federation Exec Gets Air Force Reserve Advance Nat Pollack, office manager and comptroller of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been promoted from the rank of major to lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force Reserve. Pollack serves with the 435th Troop Carrier Wing in Miami as comptroller and financial advisor to the wing commander. In this capacity, he supervises the work of four departments and the activities of five officers and 40 enlisted men. Pollack's latest promotion in the Air Force climaxes 17 years of service. He entered the U.S. Air Force as a private in March, 1W2, and served overseas in Tripoli and North Africa, at which time he visited nearby European countries. He was in Israel in 1933 as a member of the Air Force. Pollack holds graduate teacher's certificates from the States of | New York and Florida. He taught i for the University of Maryland on an overseas assignment, and has ; seven years of teaching expen1 ence in secondary and college level schools. Pollack served five years with the Internal Revenue Bureau as agent, and is a graduate of Columbia University with a Master's degree in business education. He is married to the former Annette Kessel, a 'nurse in the United States Air Force. Their four children are Rita. 14; Adrian, ;12; Leon, 11; and Harvey, 3 The Pollacks reside at 8600 SW ,2()th st., Miami. CHOIR DIRECTOR ORGANIST Experienced. Reform Tempi*. Junior and senior chairs. Well *.-ed in Temple mask. Mrs. S.M., P. o. Bex 93, Ulcta Branch, Miami 64, Flo. New Deluxe 2 Bedroom DUPLEX. ADULTS 301 S.W. 10th Ter., Holland i Fla. Tel. WA 3-6261 WANTED A REFINED MIDDLE AGED HOUSEKEEPER for elderly, semi-invalid lady, nlurske experience, Rasher style cooking, 6 days a week I a.m. ta 4 p.m Salon open. 1561 West Ave., M.B Apt. 2. YOUNG CANTOR SEEKING POSITION for HIGH hXIDAYS Fully Qualified. Tenor Veic; Ucol Resident. 10 Year* Experience Write to D. R., P.O. lex 2*73, Mioir 1, Fla. yVWVVv'W'VW^ NEW INFANT NURSERY 24-HOUR CARE IT TRAINED HJRSf. MU 1 47*5 I Licensed iy Stnte Welfare r*S***\**+s****** s**** eat WANTED A retired er semi-retired man for fall er part-time ren< in clothing section ef the Jewish Home for the Aged Thrift Shop, S737 N.W. 27th Ave. Open every day bat Saturday. Call Mr. Silvermnn, Mgr., NE 32338 SCHUROWITZ PRUDENTIAL AGENT in South D-de County M0 7-6041 City Attorney to Speak Miami Beach City Atty. Joe Wamck wan euest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith Tuesday noon at the DiLido hotel. Gershon S. Miller is luncheon chairman. Dr. Abraham Wolf son presented an Israel news report. Granville Gallery In New Exhibit Granville Galleries on Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables, opens Sunday with a new exhibit which will continue throughout the month of September. Sculptures of Barbara Neijna are featured, who studied at the School of Fine Arts at the UniverMty of Syracuse. She started her career in art as a painter. Rolfe Nyberg is showing six new silver figurines for which he is becoming widely known. Gigi Aramesco is represented by several of her new abstract expressionists paintings. Fred Albert is showing a number of new oils and etchings inspired by his European travels. Dr. Granville Fisher b) gallery director. WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT? 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jay, August 28. 1959 +Je*ls§i fhrU, ir tnas Establishes risofi Control Site n Control Center has n opened to the public and | al Mt. Sinai Hospital of Miami, according to an 0 u, cement \V e d u e s.d a y by Gertner, executive direc, is the 17th such facility. toicd in the State of Florida, and „) S part of a network of over | poison control centers in the nited States and Canada. The center will be in operation i\ hours a day, and it located in (he hospital'* Emergency Department, where it is available Uiroctly or by telephone. Those In need of information may call UE 2-3611 and ask the operator to be connected with the center. Dr. Robert Grayson is director f the now facility. He is also hairman of the poisoning control ommittec sponsored by the Florrta chapter of the American Lcademy of Pediatrics and the lorida Pediatric Society. Principal purpose of the center ; to provide information on toxic ngredients of drugs, medicines nd commercial products to phyicians, and thus facilitate the reatment of patients who suffer rom accidental poisoning. Statistics c ompiled by IS Florda poison control e state I s fatcticate that the hiehest accidental peisening occurs in children between the see of 1 to 4 years, %  nd that 78 percent of poisoning cases are accidental. Aspirin, which seems to most ople the most innocuous of all fdicines, is responsible for the ighest number of poisoning cases nd should be stored in a place here 'it cannot be reached by hildren, Dr. Grayson warned. The Poison Control Center at he hospital, besides containing le necessary equipment for treatcases of accidental or delibrate poisoning, has an informaon and reference file with cross dex stating the appropriate vatment to be applied in each DBQ, Page 9-B Carol Lynley tells Brandon De Wilde of their terrible mistake. Their love brings tragedy in the form of pregnancy while they are yet unmarried. This tale of poignant teen-age problems, "Blue Denim," opens tomorrow at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Theodore Leif Is Bar Mitzvah Theodore Jay Leif will become Bar Mit7vah d uring Saturday morning services, Aug. 29, of North Dade Jewish Center. Rabbi Henry Okolica will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Leif, 15560 NE 15th ave., No. Miami. He T HiODOKf attends North Miami Beach Junior High School. Theodore will be honored at a reception and luncheon Sunday at the Carillon hotel. Orah Chapter Social Sunday 'Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a social and barbecue Sunday, 3 p.m., at the home of Miss Hilda Rosenberg, 1165 SW 12th st. In the event of rain, the affair will be held at the home of "Miss Florence Soloman, 1137 SW 5th st. Proceeds are for children's projects in Israel. IF Broadens Campaign Power I For the third straight week, Unikii Fund officials .continued to paden their design for a streamed 1960 campaign with the apbmtment of 13 more key chairlen Saturday. IJami's R. Brumby, 1960 drive lairman, announced the new aplintees would all hold important sts in the four major divisions kmed last week, which include If Firms, Group Employes, Indi|duals and Special Divisions. Appointed in the Firms DiviALIK)RNJA'S Z } WtUowts %  \\ i —'"ft %£, U>C*U. I N£W TOWER Colifornio'. World. ui Retort overlooking the Blue Pocifle [• w '"*we nttii the tea. Twenty minutee International Airport. 430 luxurioue ond bungalows, all wild leleviiion end • Complel. convention facilities Banquet f'J or "P ,0 2,000, air-conditioned, txcilino. Ven^ion Room and Cantonese Room.' ^Swimming pool Beautiful grounds and i landtcaped gardons. Ratei from $B. Writ. William W. Donnelly, Gen. Mgr. on the U.S.A. end in HAWAII MASSAGLIA -REST OF GOOD LIVING JOSEPH MASSAOUA, JR.. NileMt — MASSAGLIA HOTB.S — J*N'A MONICA. CALIF. Hotel Mlr.m.r N JOSS. CALIF. Hold Sointo Cliln IONS KACH, CAllf. Hotel Wlltoe 1 SALIUP. N.M. Hotel (I Roocko AisuOUMQul, Hotel f-o.ciicoe OlNVH. COLO. Hotel fork l.' W*SHIN6T0N, DC Hotel Rolelfli • MAITFojr;. CONN. Hotel l.-o •'•'StUSM. A. Hotel Stjor.,. • CINCINNATI. O. Hot.l Slot*. • Nlw YoK CITY Hotel No. Yerkor HONOLULU Hotel Wolklkl iilimore Worid-toeeod hotel! SrOfi were Ben e>rewi%/ South Florida manager. Southern Bell Telephone Co.; J. H. Brack, vice president in charge of industrial and* per s onnel relation*, Eastern Air Lines, Inc.; Eugene J. Weiss, Miami Beach attorney; and Ted Greenfield, general manager, Saks Fifth Avenue, Miami Beach. Three more top executives assigned to the Group Employes Division are R. C. Fullerton, vice president, Florida Power and Light; Wilbur L. Morrison, executive vice president, Pan American World Airways; G. James Hughes, president, Metropolitan Bank of Miami. A key assignment in the Individuals Division was again given to Mrs. Fred F. Ravlin, 1200 Alfonso ave., Coral Gables. A brand new section in the I960 UF drive will be headed by Joseph E. Henry, president of the Miami Building Trades Council and business representative of Asbestos Worker*, local No. M. Special Division assignments went to Stuart Patton, of Patton and Kanner, attorneys: James W. Dickey, head of a private investment firm; Joe Eaton, Florida State Senator; and Walter Weiss, chairman of the Dade County Metro Commission. Brumby said all the section chairmen will begin immediately to recruit manpower for their specific assignments. Wetstein Joins Miami PR Firm Mert Wetstein, Miami Beach public relations counselor and former newspaperman, has Joined the publicity public relations agency of Woody Kepner Associates, Inc., of Miami. Wetstein w i 1 continue to servi c e his former clients, i n c 1 tiding the Miami Beach Chamber I of Commerce,!! Chris Dundee Sports Enterprises, and the Miami Jai Alai Fronton, as account executive with the Kepner firm, president Woody Kepner said. Prior to entering the public relations field, Wetstein served for seven years as sports and city editor of the Miami Beach Sun. Before that he was a member of the Miami News sports staff for four years. Nikita May Moderate Anti-Jewish Operations NJEW YGRK-(JVAr--garret Premier Nikila Khrushchev will not permit Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, but mav "moderate" the Soviet policy of anti-Jewish discrimination, according to Leon Vplkov, expert on Soviet affairs for Newsweek, the weekly news review. Mr. Volkov's forecast was made — —in connection with the possibility I D ,. L that the Soviet Premier may agree I B0C Ch00r Dance to see a delegation of American -, _, „ L Jewish leaders during his visit „.' mpie B nal shol m Teen-Age next month in this country Volkov.9 ub Wl no,d a back to school" believes that Khrushchev may re. dance Saturday evening, 7:30 p.m., ceive such a delegation with whom I Si ,he Tcm P Ie building. 16800 NW he would discuss the situation of| 2 2nd ,ve Bob Gavno '' •"1 Bob Soviet Jewry providing the AmerKay are masters of ceremonies. ican Jewish community "can agree j on the makeup of a three-or-fourman delegation." He added that %  _--.„_,•,_ # nUl*;-*"picking a delegation, however. I mo *C*"* 0 Officiate will not be as easy as it sounds.' ear i W MrCTSTflN KNICKERBOCKER 45 th ST. & BROADWAY In the Heart of Tlmei Square NEW YORK CITY 400 ROOMS Newly Furnished f very Room with Bodie SINGLES from $5 DOUBLES from $8 Also Weekly Rates TV 4 Air Ceflditienief Available Send for Map of New York • nd Sightseeing Information '•'•type service—'easily Plea TRAYirlORE \ Write \ • Air-Conditioned Roo \ Fer \ e Private Beach and Pi \ Information % # p. rkl „ 0 on Prem „., X Bd ., \ • Cocktail Lounge \ R "* rV '" \ > Dining Room %  ^"* !" "" !" ~ !" ^"^^e Entertainment Private Pool %  each aod Cabana Colony HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH Daily Per Pere. Dole. Ooc I FROM APR.L 25| %  ami rWWWW^WW^W JE 1-0331 r-WWWWWWV. Explaining why that Moscow will not permit emipretien of Soviet Jews, the Newsweek expert said: "Russia still needs the services of Jewish scientists, technician* and other professionals, however much it restricts their opportunities." On the other hand, easing of the anti-Jewish policy in the U.S.S.R. "would cost Khrushchev nothing, and would redound to his credit around the world at a time when the Soviets are studiously courting public opinion." "American Jews," declared the Newsweek article, "are not only divided in their attitude toward Zionism, but profess widely varying political viewpoints. They also disagree about other questions such as the manner in which to approach the Russians. These differences are obstacles in arranging a meeting with Khrushchev. However nebulous all this sounds, the prospect that American Jew J ish leaders may soon sit down with {Khrushchev has raised hopes that something at last will be done to j improve the lot of Soviet Jews." Emil Moscowitz will officiate at believes {Saturday morning services, Aug. 29, of the oceanfront Sterling hotel. Music School Registration Registration for courses in all departments of the Miami Conservatory at 2973 Coral Way and the branch at 8027 Biscayne blvd. is now open. The main studio features music and drama, Friday, and dance, Saturday. Registration at the Biscayne studio is Friday for dance and Saturday for music and drama. Hours are 2 to 5 p.m. both days. M NEW YORK, ITS THT GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL GREAT WIAT GREAT loanoRon 37th Street Avenue and Broad way .. .One minute to Central Park...Twej minutes to Radio City — few short steps to the new Coliseum. VALUE from $6.00 a def single—$8.50 a day doubie. Even lower by the week or month. ACCOMMODATIONSLight, airy, spacious rooms and suitesprivate tub bath, ihowej, radio, TV and air conditioning if desiredV The furnishings axe new and colorful. Of special interest to families are the complete kitchenette f\ studio apartments. AITAT TH1 !" JGREAT NO R THERN (f}H0TEL \/mW.57ST.,N.Y.Tt 1 TIL CIHCLI 7.1900 II ILLUSTRATED SStOCHWK #444 COMING TO NEW YORK? Stay at this modern 25-story hotel. Large, beautifully furnished rooms with kitchenette, r : J\ private bath, from $7.00 daily, double from $10.25. Two room suites from $12.50. LOWER RATES BY THE MONTH NO CHARGE for children under 14 sharing room with parent. Air-conditioning A television available <:T.Y,* m ^ BE AO).\ Broadway al 75th Si., New York Oscar Winfrob, Managing Director



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BANQUET FACILITIES Candlelight Inn 3131 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove HENRY LEITSON, Mgr. o.^ W V W ^ ^ ^^^ ^"^-^ ^ % Largttt Family Trod* in Floriofa ON 79th ST. CAUSEWAY >*AA •> 4ft A A A* s%A -^ A A ONCE A KNIGHT ALWAYS A KNIGHT AT KING ARTHUR'S COURT For Dinner I Dancing and To Be Entertained By the Six Singing Strings and the Twin Pianos Miami Springs Villas TU M521 Art Brunt, to-ovner rfOj* PI f*?e*~ AUGUST BROS Hy F /s the a£.sr „ 'i r1 | | M.' l! NAMES MAKE HEWS: Yael Dayan. 20. the daughter of Israel's ex-Chief of Staff of Israels army. Moshe Dayan. is garnering as much headline news these days as her illustrious father did in his warring heyday. She's written a provocative novel, and our underground sources inform that it is kicking up quite a ruckus in Israel as a politico-literary bombshell. The title of her furor-maker is "New Face in the Mirror. Anyway, it's quite prophetic because it has made Miss Dayan a new face to be reckoned with in the literary world of Israel. Europe and the world at large. It'll be a movie, too. before you know it. ROM Sob*!, tho Wo s tvsow pro. back from • relaxing and enjoyable crviso oboard the SS Yarmouth to Havana and Nassau. Other localites who took part to the ooafoanaj holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry SMverman. of Miami Boach. Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, of Miami, and D. Lovino. of Ft. Lauderdale. Our good friend. Joe Stewart, of Eastern Shipping Corp., as busy as he is with a new family arrival. Patricia Ann, reports that the Labor Day Cruise, by popular demand, has been increased to four days, taking in both Havana and Nassau. Mrs. Stanley Carroll, of Bay Harbor Island, enjoying a reunion with her daughter and son-in-law, Lois and Herman Cutler, and their children, down from Philadelphia for a visit here through Labor Day. Leonard Young and his "Rendezvous with the Stars" program on WCKR going way up in local listening ratings. He's won loads of friends and new listeners with his easy, breezy celebrity interview show. And he's been extra busy the past two weeks, taking over a featured role in "Pal Joey" at Coconut Grove Playhouse and carrying on his nightly (around midnight) broadcast. The George (No. One Lincoln Road Barber Shop) Kramers have two young beauty winners in their blonde twin granddaughters, Marlene and Charlene Kunis. Noted among the Normandy Shores weekend golfing coterie were Beach Councilman Mel Richard. Ben Seidler, jeweler Al Cutler, and Ben Karn, operator of Sunny Isles Fishing Pier. Realty appraiser Saul Z. Bennett, of Miami Boach, is in Los Angeles, conducting a special course in appraisal at the University of Southern California. He and Mrs. B. are two of Bayshore's perennial golfing couples. The Harold Segals took in the native Calypso entertainment among j others during their recent jaunt to Jamaica. Godfrey Pen-ell, of the Segal realty office, doing New England with the missus. Architect Tony Sherman has returned from a "quickie trip" to Rome to look over some recent construction there that interested one of his clients. Leonard Keller has a soft spot in his heart for any local musical event. He was an orchestra leader in Chi before entering the realty field here. Arnold Renkoff. of Miami Beach, is in Chicago for an insurance convention. And Beachites Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rickles are on a cruise in the Caribbean area, visiting the Netherlands, West Indies, Venezuela, Jamaica and Bahamas. -ft MAKING THE ROUNDS: Since Betty Reilly took over the headline spot in his "Havana Mardi Gras" revue at the Lucerne, bossman Oscar Markovich reports the long-run show has been doing capacity business every night. The blonde senorita is a magnet for celebrities, too. So far, Martha Raye. only in town a few days, has seen the show twice. Also in to see Betty's peppy eye-popping performance were Cliff Ferre, the ch. 10 personality, and the fromer Lois Andrews, who was once Mrs. Georgie Jessel and is now wed to Maj. Leonard Kleckner, whose dad originated the popular Dave's Blue Room in New York. Many local folk are traipsing to the Peacock Lounge in the Singapore motel for after-midnight fun. The spot's open nightly to five ayem. with smart intimate entertainment, and excellent food is served there all night. Manny Schein, boss of the Bombay hotel, spotted at the Bonfire, enjoying the late show in the Pinto Lounge. Also there, the ubiquitous Martha Raye. who really gets around. Bend leader Mandy Campo (Pupi's kid brother) held over at the Deauville. Besides providing excellent American and Latin music for dancing, Mandy (called "Mendel" by hi* Beach fans) is a glib ad-libber, too. The Hoosier laugh-getter, Herb Shriner, who spends a lot of his vacation time in Miami Beach (he loves skin-diving) goes back to work opening at the Fontainebleau's La Ronde on Friday. Lenny Kent, who performed in Miami Beach, 'way before the rise of the newer oceanfront hotels in the past decade, struts his stuff at fi.^? .1! w 2££8. H&L Lenny was Partnered with Jackie Miles at the old Paddock Club in South Beach when there were more bookies than parking meters around the resort. How many of you remember those mad days? .h B rf EOPLE AH PLA S: Su *8estion to Everglades management: „e .Lf tT ^t^ The Li ''* by Joseph Kes ** !" exciUne Simba^om?* gIVIDg Ut "*"* gUeSlS your new nifty -J?ZL!5£j?£S!*£ are trekkin t0 Jerry Kimball's sporting goods emporium to ake advantage of the terrific buys in balls, racquets -U^-ST^ "P mmm to be -tt m „ R K E$TAURANT R ? W: Candeli *ht Inn reports big increase in sumnonfihVSS • y T SUnda y Whe family ,rade is Predominant Don t think there s a cleverer kiddie menu around than the one the Bonfire has for its small fry diners ... And talking about the you !" set Al Goldman, of Fu Manchu. never fails to have a "goody" oTtwoln hand for his tot trade, in the form of lollypops. bubble gum or other S'f^K • C ,d SaUds and fine variety f cold cut plauer luring the hungry businessman and shopper to the Rosedale restaurant a „ /, N> f ERSA .T ION P,ECES: T e excellenfportrayal of a middle thl H'r e '? rn W d0Wer by Fredfic March "^Middle 0, the N.gh : the dramatic screen fare which has been packing them in at the Mumi. Hymie Greenspan, of Dallas. Tex., national vice commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States -and national liaison officer for JWV to the Disabled American Veterans, was guest speaker last week at Friday evening services of Temple Beth El in West Palm Beach. SiiHjhs limited Dance Dae Singles Limited will hold a "splash and dance" party Sunday evening, 7 p.m., at the Surfcomer hotel. Men and women from 25 to 45 are invited to attend. Boudrot Offers Council Platform John Boudrot is sctively campaigning as a candidate for North Miami City Council election on Sept. 1. Boudrot's background in municipal government includes four years on the City Planning and Zoning Board, oh Which he"~nas served as vice chairman the past two years. Boudrot lives with his wife and three children at 1190 NW 128th ter., is the owner of a roofing business in the North Miami area. Previous to opening his own business, Boudrot wa employed by Food Fair as its local manager. Outlining his program for North Miami, Boudrot stated that his primary concern would be "the increasingof neighborhood services, boosting North Miami businesses and industries, strict budgetary controls, personal concern of the path of the expressway, reasonable cooperation with Metro and further reduction in the city's tax rate." LUNCH 0 DINNIB • SuMIS ruMucw ORDERS TO TAKt OUT PHONE UN 6-4303 !25 list ST MIAMI t*C>ENJOY A GRAND WEEKEND RESERVE NOW! observe" FOOL o CABANAS M m BOM • •* OMT. mm KM COMflf Tfir Alt COffOfTrONfO For All Informctfaa. Pfc. |M B-1831 I ENJOY YOUR OWN SPECIAL PARTY AT THE LUCERNE'S AUTHENTIC LATIN REVUE slorrmg America's Sixdmg Senorita BETTY REILLY AND AN EXCITING AU STAIf AST MIL0S VELARDC ^ ROBERTO I ALICIA *KPE *MEKEMTA IIANC0 Worlds Most Beautiful Show GIH j DAVE TYlfJ, Mvskel Director '•USTOCUWElOondhis latin Am s ric— Orch. tVsess f 10 it S00 cse fsriff fe this W4vAwefOj werM-etclefsssw kit'. Sspen> feeisBsfdbltss serrks weanir w fee speoef enesies. 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-idoy. August 28, 1959 +Jewist>nor*U&f7 Page 11 -B I An urgent appeal for continued foreign aid by the United Slates as a program of "crucial importance" to the "legs developed nations and peoples of the world" is presented to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on' behalf bf the Synagogue Council of America by Moses I. Feuerstein, of Brookline. Mass.. president of the Union of Orthodox lev Oh Congregations of America (left). In his recent testimony, Feuerstein [cited as a model for such mutual assistance the Code of MaiImonides who taught that the highest level of charity "is to %  strengthen the hand of the weak and to give him a loan or lenter with him into partnership, or to provide him with work Ito the end that he may no longer need the mercy of man." I Feuerstein is shown chatting with two other national leaders I who appeared at the Senate Committee hearing, Eric Johnston (center), who testified for the Committee for International Eco(nomic Growth, and Dr. Donald Stone, of the Department of (international Affairs of the National Council of Churches. EDITOR, The J.wih Floridian: In answer to Rabbi Lehrfleld's letter in The Jewish Floridian of AUR. 21, I for one do not object to an ad for non-Kosher meat. I respect the rabbis opinion, but let miremind him that the rabbis have made a farce of this kosher business. During Passover, they have endorsed many food products such as salami, soda waters and other foods which certainly are not for use during Passover. Also, the Jewish butcher has not helped to encourage use of kosher moats The prices they charge are ridiculous. Again. I do not see why The Jewish Floridian should not accept ads for non-kosher products. I estimate that at least 70 percent of the Jewish population do not keep a kosher home. I am in full accord with Leo Mindlin's column on this subject. BENJAMIN RODIN LEGAL NOTICE loted Sculptor Dead at 78 LONDON-(JTA)— Sir Jacob pstein, one of the greatest sculpirc! contemporary times, condcri'd British sculpture's Grand Id Man, is dead. His death ocirred last Wednesday night, Aug. •. but was announced here Saturay. He was 78. Epste.n was the son of Polishewish immigrant parents who ad come to America. He was born n New York's lower East Side in ?80. His first methodical studies ere at the art school of the Eduiddish Writer asses Away SEW YORK-y Riverside Memorial chai>ei Parents Invited To Emanu-El PTA of Temple Emanu-El this week invited parents and children to a series of gatherings to meet Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman, new education director of the Temple. The gatherings are on Monday, for members of students; Tuesday, for non-members and children; and Wednesday, for all new students and parents. Time of the gatherings at Sirkin Hall next week is 7:15 to 9 p.m. These events will aiso serve as formal registration for all departments of the Temple Emanu-El religious school. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, and Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz, chairman of the school board, will be present at the gatherings. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 44584.A RK ESTATE (IK a IE LESSER. .,!...., known a* BESSIE FRANKEL l • %  eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ihereb> given thai I have ill.-.i m) lin.ii report anq petition for Hn.il Dlaoha KECU riu of tinestate of BBS8IE [JOBBER, also kini i |K inAN %  KEL deceased; and th..< mi the ith I will a pi the Hooorabie W. F. BLANTON Count) .incite.. ,,f Dads County, Florida, loi approval of s.u.i final ind r„r final dlsi aargi at EXECUIOR of ti„. BBTATH ,,f BESSIE L'!,"T^-';!V.. '''?' K s 1*1 rKA.NKEL. il.-. eased. Thl* UU\ day of August. IS MAURICE i: nil MAN' MTEJRM. IIKIMAN A, KAPLAN 1158 M w. ii si 'Miami, Fia. AttOI n.. s f,r l-.i,, ul'ir t-ii-ti LEGAL NOTICE Golf Pro Takes Vacation Cruise Ross Sobel, well-known golf professional at Westview Country Club in Miami, recently sailed on the SS Yarmouth. During a stopover in Havana, Sobel took time out to visit El Country Club de la Habana, the famous site of a vacation cruise .o Havana and Nassau in the Bahamas aboard CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO AM, T" WHOM THESE PRESENTS HHAIJ/rOMB, GREETINGS Whereas, IRVING XATHAXKiiN, MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA: M1LLICh.NT H. COLE. MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA: DEAN A ARRASHKIN MIAMI ROACH. FLORIDA did on •the 11th day of December, A.D. ISSO cau*e to be incornnrateil under the provlnlons of the general corporation low of the State, of Florida: RIKI> CONKTRl'CTION CORPORATION a corporation, with Its principal place of Imslness at CORAL CAULKS. UAJ>K CiifSTT In the Stale of FlorIda, anil wh^ren* the ntcH-kholder^ of SUoh coi-|H,rution did on the 3ftth dsv of July, A.D. 19:.9. cause to he filed In the office of the Secretary of Rtate of the State of Florida, a Consent of all the KtiKkholder* under the pro. visions of said Chapter ns, Florida Statutes. Knowing; the flleetllulluil ..f su-h i-orporatlon. Now, therefore, the Seiietarv of state doe* hereby certify t.. (he foreeolnK and that he l HatiBfleil that qulromento of law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHBRBOF, I have hereunto sel mj hand and have affixed the Client Baal 'if the State ..f Florida. ..• Tallahansee; th capital, thlx the Thirtieth day of July. A 11 'seal! i: \ .;i;\v. Seiretaiv nf Hi a is ss NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBREBY OIVEN that •he underatsned, desliini to enaace In business under the fictitious n AMMO PBEMIl'M FTNANCE st Slot ne Iloulevard inlends t.i reald name with the Clerk el the Circuit Court .if Imde IVmntv. Horlda AMERICAN MORTOAOE INSURANCE COMPANY, Sole Owner s/SS. /4t!-t < i SOUL HYMAN MANHOFF 71, of ISOO W 18th ve., died Au*. St. A resident for IS years, he ares a retired upjiololorer lie in survived by his wife. Sadie: two eons. Jack and Joseph, unit a dai.cht.-r. Mrs Sarah I'ravlti Rervlooa wmtm Aua. It at tiordon Funeral Home, with burial In "• NlneJ Cemet. '^V^VeAa^>_/A^^^< eew-V^Ue^^V-V^v. < OMMMJIM VJRUIT BASKETS OUR SPECIALTY FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flogltr T.r. Miami, Florida FK .1-9275 e>W^V^W^~-> the Havana Open in years gone by. Sobel, who has made many voyages aboard the SS Yarmouth, said "I never had so much for so little as you get aboard the SS Yarmouth and SS Evangeline on their-cruises. Your comfort is the most important thought in their minds." In Nassau, Ross also visited one of his favorite spots, the wonderful Paradise Beach, often called the most beautiful beach in the world. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.' IN CHANCERY, No. 5SCS077 ORACE NORTON THOMAS lialntlff, vs. W. C.EORGE THOMAS. Defeiidsnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: W flEORllK THOMAS l"7 Smith Wayne Street Mllledg-eville. Georgia You. B'GBORliB THOMAS, are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce ha been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or I'leadlne to the Mill of Complalal on the plaintiff's Attorney. SOI, ALEXANDER, i >ne Lincoln R.d Ruildlna, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or I'leadlne In the offU-e of the Clerk of the Cir.uit Court on or before the i?r.tti dav of September, USD. If you *ail to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demand..I In the Hill of Complaint. Thin, notice shall be publlahed once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONB AM' ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this H.'.th daj of Auaust, A.D. I ir.. E H. I.EATHERMA.V. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dado Cmintv Florida i.-eali B) II. II ItK'K Ii: Deput> Clerk • I i-n-is LEGAL NOTICI IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE Ne. 47400C IN RE: Estate of I'll.'MAS LA WHO N THUI:I.K!-:LI> I 11 L %  t Me* 11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS p.. All Creditors .md All I'eraons Having Claims or Demands Against Said foil are hereby notified and rein preeenl ima and demands whl.h >ou may have against ..f TIP "MAS LA TIIIIKI.KKI.P d. eased UtU of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges Of I 'ail their house in i>:..ie County. Florida, wlthfr.m the if the first pu ,.r the s, i HUM Adll %  e of :l. and i M BfiJ.sTi'-"-'IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No 59-5042-A FLORIDA CNDKROARMENT I'll, INC.. s Florida corporation, Plaintiff. va, MOE wuir, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: MOE WOLF. I 'efell.tal-r 14 Fulton Avenue Atlanti.Reach I.onx I-land. New Yolk Yiil' ARK HEREBY. NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for Damages on Leassd Premises has been filed agsinst you, wherein plaintiff is the lessee, and you are the lessor, and you are hereby required to earre a ropy of \ our %  Answer op I'leadlne to said Bill of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney MILTON A FRIEDMAN, 1111 Alnsley Bldg. Miami. Horlda. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of th, ths-l Civil Court. l>ade Count! • is.Miami. Fla on day of to do HO, Judgment lake'a ngalnsi in the Bill of C 1 s >.\ i V '-lerk. I 'it %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK I.HEREHV GIVEN lhat the undersigned, deslrlnt '" enawK '. buslnes i under ilu fictitious name .f PAN AMERICAN WHOI Ei+ALE IMSTRIBI'TORa '1 -l::, S.W _',th Tertends in n sal i name nrlth the Clerk of th I 'mil i ,, Florida. JOSEPH SHAVKI.I, Fole uunrr Bl'GBNE M Al.lw Altoi ney for Applii • %  • %  •I U Bldg. Miami, Florida 8/2-S, I 4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTII .: I.HBREBY GIVEN that •i %  'ill. I. i I Ii, II, : II n of NORMAN REALTY II :' : ... Wmi • i Street. Miami. Ilot Ida Itatenda • I n in.. uii in. • % %  •! k "i the Circuit Coin; .a Florida. NORMAN KAPLAN, Bole Owner 'P d.l >M \ \ A. i',i IIJ ISTEIN Attorneys for Reglslranl • :v I i-ll-IS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HHREBY orVBN that the uii'lersiKneil. desiring to enaaa* Inisiness under the fictitious naiue of V.L.M COTTONS — FRESHY JITNIORS OF KUHllPA, INC., at 111 N.W. r.th Ktieet. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida VAOATIONLAND MODES. INC Sole Owner MARVIN l WIKNKI: Attorney for Applicant 1111 Alnsley Bldg. t/Z*. 9'4-ll-IR NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HWKHV GIVEN that the understgned. desli ine to eneaae In Imsiness under the fictitious name of RoY'S CIM'KTAIL LOUNGE SPECIALTIES at UtO North Miami Avenue. Mland. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida. ROY TANNENRAl'M SHELDON I SCHI.I:SI\,;KII. Esq. Attorney for Rov'a Cocktail Ismnge Specialities 'J. 9'4-ll-I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS MERELY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enwKin business under the fictitious n f MIAMI H WALL STREET SYNAGOGUE at III NE Ind AY. Miami Intends to reeisi.-i -all name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade Countv, Florida. NATHAN ABRSHAM 8/2X. 9'4-Jl-tg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enirtge In huslnese under the fictltlrt'i., name *,f MINTON CLUB -it -'i'i NE tod Ave,/ Miami Intends to reyi.ier Kaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda. NATHAN ABRAHAM S/2S, 9/4-11-18 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COMIX CREETIN'-.S Whereas, PHILIP COHNSTEIN, IVHST MIAMI, FliORIDA: FLORENCE coilNSTBtN. WEST MIAMI, FLORIDA: ALBERT SPECTOR. MIAMI BEACH. FlA>RIDA; KVA SPECTOR. MIAMI REACH. FM>KH'A did on the *Slh day of May. A I' 1957 cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 80S. Florida Statutes. MIDWAY THEATRES*. INC., a corporation, with Its prlnctoil place of huslness at MIAMI. DADH I'ICNTY. In the State of Florida, and whereas the stis-khol.lers of such corporation did on the 18th day of August, AD. 1959, cause to be filed in the office of the Sc.retarv of State of the State of Florida, a Consent of all, the stiM-khoidere under the provisions of said Chapter 80S, Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, the Secretary of State does herel.y certify to the forecoing snd that he Is that the requirements of law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I h.iva. hereunto set my hand and have affixed iii. Qroal Bei the State of Florida, at Tallah%see, the Capital, this the EIGHTEENTH day of A0OU8T, A \> l-9 '•' %  i ll R. A GRAY. BVcrotarj of state. 8/2* ',9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 7428 BETTY BURDETTE DEES. Plaintiff. ve. CARL L. DEES. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: A.D./* Carl 1. Dees N.A.R.T I' c/o Aircraft Maintenance Naval Air Station Memphis. Tennessee Toil are hereby notified th-it a Bill of Complaint for Divorce ha* beea filed against you, and you are required to serve a cop\ of your Answer or Pleading to the Rill of Comnlaint on the. plaintiffs Attorney STDNET M. AJIONOVITZ. HHH Alnsley Building,-Miami 12. Florida, and Hie the original Answer or Pleading In the office of ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court before the 7th day of September, 1969. If you fall to do so pidgment l.y default will be taken against for the r.-llef demanded In the of Complaint. This notice snail he published onoe each week for four i -eke :n THE JEWISH Fl • 'RIDIAN DONE \ VI' ORD Florida, thlMh day of August. A.D. MAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Count '"" .rlda



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"Jewish Floridian
Combining 7Nf JflUflSH VNiTr and TM JEWISH WtlKLY
bIume 33 mtnbbr "35
Miami. Florida, Friday, August 28, 1959
Two Sections Price 20#
IIM* I
IMPUDENCE COVERS COMMUNIST FABRICATIONS
\Anti-Semitism Hot in Red Satellites
U.S. Gives Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Soviet newspapers
from territories acquired by the Soviet Union
ter the warespecially Galicia and the Baltic
fatesare indulging in unprecedented anti-Jew-
ish propaganda under the pretext of fighting re-
ligion, it was established here Tuesday following
study of a number of Soviet publications from
|bese areas.
The Latvian newspaper "Sovietskaya Dau-
gava." published in Riga, carries an article at-
tacking the local rabbi, Baruch Eliashberg, for
riling hand-written Jewish calendars. The arti-
cle avoids indicating that the Soviet authorities
rln not permit the printing of Jewish religious
calendars, but accuses the rabbi of "amassing"
noney by selling the band-written calendars to
[many visitors to the synagogue."
Calling this income "Illegal," the articl.
carefully avoids saying what happened to the
rabbi, but implies that th. practic. of dissem-
inating hand-copied Jewish calendars has been
itopped by the Latvian Soviet authorities.
The rabbi, according to the Soviet news-
paper, was checked after he had purchased "sev-
eral dozens of ordinary copy books at 15 kopecks
ipieee. split them into two, and produced so-
called religious calendars which he sold at 5-10
ubles each." Admitting, thus, that it was only
a question of "several dozens" calendars, the
paper nevertheless charges the rabbi with pocket-
ing the "amassed" income.
A more inciting article against Jewish re-
ligious leaders appears in the Ukrainian Soviet
newspaper "Prikarpatska Pravda," published in
Stanislav, which was a Polish city until World
War II. "Rabbis, tzadiks and their like" the
Communist paper writes, "on the other side of
our frontiers, try to now send special agents into
our country tor anti-Soviet activities. Their let-
ters and radio broadcasts direct the clergy living
in the Soviet Union to sabotage the Communist
Party and the Soviet regime."
The paper, in it* inciting anti-Jewish arti-
cle, claims that th* rabbis in the Soviet Unim%
"oppose the Communist system of education
of children." At example, it cites a Jewish
preacher in Mogilev who "net to long ago"
allegedly told mothers in the synagogue to
"bettor load your children to the slaughter
house, rather than to let thorn rot in Commun-
ist Pioneer unitt."
Declaring that "the Jewish religion teaches
Jews who live among other nations never to wish
these nations peace and happiness," the Ukrain-
Continued on Page 11 A
Enriched Uranium
For Atom Reactor
WASHINGTON(JTA)Israel will receive enriched uranium of a
quality that is almost entirely fissionable under terms of an agree-
ment signed here.
YaacQv Herzog, Israeli Charge d'Affaires, and G. Louis Jones,
Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, signed the agree-
ment which provides that Israel*--------------------------------------
will get a quantity of 90 percent I I r\ ff
Vets Send Off
Resolves to D.C
I enriched uranium for use in a re-
search reactor now nearing com- j
I pletion in -Israel.
The agreement amends a 1955
I accord under President Eisenhow-
! er's Atoms-for-Peace program un-
; der which Israel received uranium
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
lU-238 enriched with 20 percent Jewish War Veterans of America
;U-235. The upgrading of the qual- submitted to members of both
ity of uranium to 90 percent is im-
houses of Congress this week the
portant to the working of the Is- texts of resolutions adopted by the
rael reactor. The reactor will plottf-*8*?". ft MBt wavw-
| into operation next year.
tion earlier this month on nation-
al and international issues.
Eeport Jordan
'ill Take All
Irab Refugees
H OfVfBfS UACUt f ACl 6 A
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
JERSULAM-The Kingdom of
brdan is willing to accept all the
Uestine Arab refugees for per-
anent settlement within its ter-
ories, the Jordanian Premier,
azza Majali, declared Tuesday,
Icording to Jordanian broadcasts.
About half the estimated 900,000
>placed Palestine Arabs now
re in Jordan, mostly in the north-
and central areas of the old
Ian dated Palestine territory,
nich Jordanian forces occupied
bring the fighting in IMS, when
fe British forces withdrew from
country.
[The Jordanian offer was seen
fre a keyed directly to the forth-
bming Casablanca conference of
irab foreign ministers to discuss
refugee question and aa a
bove to forestall a possible at-
fnipt to establish an Arab refu-
state in the Arab-held parts of
lalestine.
Ben-Gurion Cuts Vacation
Short on French Sea Coast
UCKKr SHKOW! PtfME MMWSTfrS TOO* fAOt 1*4
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
I
PARIS Prime Minister Ben- them under another
Gurion of Israel was on his way]
home Tuesday, having curtailed
his vacation at St. Clair on the I
French Riviera. Ben-Gurion and.
his wife. Paula, left Marseilles
aboard the Shoham liner Jerusa-|
lem Sunday afternoon, occupying
a cabin that had been reserved for
Frigate Transfer
Seen Solved in
to Ceylon Crew
'Near Future'
m Force Suez
)pening--Laskov
I TEL AVTVMJTA) Maj. Gen.
Mim Laskov, Chief of Staff of the
praeli defense forces, said in a
""""paper interview that If the
rsk f opening the Sues Canal to
Pfaeli shipping were given to the
bnny, "h wouid. be capable of
pealing with it."
The Israeli commander tressed,
fcowever, that the question was "a
"by pobtical issue." He termed
cent threats against Israel by
Continued en Page 1-A
AWAITIH* HAJt CONSENT PAf S-A
JTA Washington gureau Chief
TEL AVIVThe problem of transferring to Ceylon the two frigates
sold to that country by Israel is expected to be solved "within the near
future." it was stated authoritatively here Tuesday.
The frigates are in the harbor at+
Eilat, awaiting Ceylonese crews to
man them and sail them down the
Gulf of Aqaba through the Straita
of Tiran and into the Red Sea.
Ceylon's 100-man crew for the
manning of the first of the two
ships has been aboard the Ceylon-
ese minesweeper Parakram at the
protectorate of Aden for more
than two weeks, awaiting word
from the United Arab Republic
that there would be no trouble if
the Ceylonese sailed the ships.
The straits row through shores
under the luriseSeHe" of the
UAR and Saudi Arabia, while a
United Natierts lmer go ny
Force unH guards one point bor-
dering the straits at Sharm II
Sheikh.
It was understood here Tuesday
that Ceylon was expecting word
from Cairo in the next U hours
Continued en Fege 11-A
At in the case of Bon-Curion't
trip to Franco from Haifa, hit
departure wat kept to texrot
that oven Israeli officials did not
know of the unexpected termina-
tion of hit French vocation.
Only Monday, after he had al
ready left France, Israeli circles
here were providing to the French
press information about the Prime
Minister's vacation naming for
the first timethe villa where he
had taken his rest.
While the sudden vacation trip
to the French sea coast was ap-
parently understood to relate to
the Prime Minister's medical
checkup, no explanation has been
forthcoming for the equally sud-
den cessation of the trip.
They urged speedy action by
Congress on pending bills to re-
vise the immigration laws, stress-
ing that "the traditional American
, policy lor more than a century
and a quarter was to welcome im-
migrants, freely, to this country,"
and pointed out that the immi-
grants and their descendants
"contributed mightily to the de-
velopment of the United States
through their services and contri-
butions in industry, in the profes-
'sions, in civic life and in public
! service, as well as in Jhe armed
| forces."
Strongly criticizing the McCar-
ran-Watter Immigration and .Nat-
wralization Act which it incor-
porated in the present U.S. immi-
gration policy, the JWV said that
this Act "is based on a biased
national and racial quota sys-
tem, on retrogressive immigra-
tion procedures and en a wide
variety of provisions contrary e
the American spirit of fair play.**
The JWV also submitted to mem-
bers of Congress its views on a
long-range American policy for
the settlement of the Middle East
crisis. These views took into con-
sideration that "the economic wel-
fare of Western Europe depends
comsroNixm fhls m rug ggggg *Mi '-*
Riot Probe Denies Bigotry Charge
By ELIAMU SALFITIR
JTA Bureau Chief In Israel
JERUSALEMA Parliamentary commission of investigation into
the recent rioting at Haifa by North African immigrants.gave public
and state agencies a clean bill of health this week on charges of bias
against these immigrants but urged the speeding up of a special assis-
tance program for immigrants from under-developed areas to help
them integrate more speedily into the life of the country.
The commission report stated*
firmly that "there is absolutely no
deliberate discrimination against
North African immigrants on the
pert of public and state institu-
tions."
The commission, headed by Dis-
trict Judge Moshe Etzioni, was ap-
pointed by Parliament after the
first of the Haifa riots during the
night of July 8 and 9. Other mem-
bers of the commission were Prof.
Shmuel Eisenstadt, a sociologist,
of Hebrew University; Yaakov
KJebanov. a member of Partia-
ment, representing the General
Zionist Party; Rabbi Yitzhak Aba
Hatzira, of Ramleh, who is of
Moroccan origin; and Ram Sala-
mon, an attorney of Haifa.
The commission's report con-
cluded unequivocally with an as-
surance that it had found no dis-
crimination against th. Not III
African immigrants m any pub-
lic or state institution* end de-
clared: ''If, on lower levels.
there are do facto situations of
inequality and discrimination,
there exists on the planning and
policy level a genuine desire end
clear tendency to ehfe special
Continued en Page 7-A


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Page 2-A
*Jei&ncrkliair
Friday. Aggm-jg {
Famed Rabbi
Out of Prison
TEL AVIV(JTA) Word was
received here this, week from
Bucharest that the Rumanian au-
thorities had released Rabbi Zisu
Jacob Portogal,. famed Rumanian
Jewish spiritual leader, and his
son. They had been held for sev-
eral months pending investigation
of charges that followed the aged
rabbi's refusal to give up his at-
tempts to locate and care for Ru-
manian Jewish orphans. Rabbi
Portogal is known as the "Skul-
ener Rebbe."
No word was received as to the
fate of others arrested at tfie same
time, some of them because they
assisted Rabbi Portogal. Rabbi
Portogal had defied police orders i
to remain at home and ceay trav- j
eling around the country in his
rescue efforts.
(The Rumanian Legation in
Washington confirmed that Rabbi
Portogal had been released. The
Rumanian authorities are being
asked to give Rabbi Portogal an
exit viso permitting him to leave
Rumania and come to the United
States to become spiritual leader
of the K'hal Adas Yereim Congre-
gation in Brooklyn. An American
entry visa will be ready for Rabbi
Portogal. it was learned, as soon
as he has the necessary permis-
sion to leave Rumania.)
Miami Must Sell $110,000 in Bonds:
Oritt to Head Local Delegation at C<
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs, was a
surprise visitor in Miami for a few hours recently, en route to
New York from a tour of South American capitals. Greeting
Israel's famous woman leader at the airport were Nahum
Astar (cetner), former Consul for Israel in the Southeastern
region who returned to Israel last week, and Samuel Oritt.
general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond committee.
Can Force Suez Opening-Laskov
Continued f-om Pege 1 A
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President Nasser and War Minis-
ter Amer of the United Arab Re-
public as signs of weakness and
fear. No Egyptian Army officer,
he said, would have repeated those
arrogant threats and he voiced .
certainty that Nasser himself did Handwriting Analyst Slated
not believe them.
atively nuiet since last October.
!Gen. Laskov asserted, after Israel
| had made it clear that the Syrians
! would be blasted out of their po-
i sjiions if there were further seri-
ous incidents.
Miami's delejatjpn^to
(he national economic conference
for Israel, headed by Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Oritt, will offer rfh unprece-
: ibute to Mrs 4; Israel- Minister fur Foreign Af-
fairs, who wiH be guest of honor
at the conference in Chicago, III.,
Sent. 18 through 2C.
Sam Oritt. general chairman
with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond committee, an-
nounced this week the launching
of a whirlwind cash effort to bring
Miami s 1959 cash sales in Israel
Bonds to S810.000 in the next three
weeks.
"Our cash sales for the year
to date are $700,000," Oritt
saM. "This mean that we will
seek $110,000 in the next three
weeks to present to Golda Meir."
Oritt explained that Israel Bonds
have provided more than $395 mil-
lion for Israel's economic develop-
ment during the past eight years.
He said "the national goal is to
attain the $400,000,000 mark in
Israel Bond sales by Sept. 18. Of
this total, Miami's share in the
next three weeks is $110,000." He
expressed confidence that the 1959
results will exceed the million dol-
lars in cash sales attained by Mi-
ami in 1958.
Mrs Meir. who recently com-
pleted a triumphant tour of South
American capitals on behalf of Is-1
rael. is scheduled to arrive in the
United S ates for the opening ot
the United Nations General Assem-1
bly on Sept 15. She will partici-
pate in the Assembly aeilkHa as'
head of the Israel delegation.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, viee
prejidenXpf the Israel Bosl
uation, who re,Ure!rm
from conference with s-I
ernment leaders, reveaufl
Mrs. Meir had accept 2|
tat.on to ,ddreSs ,he orMfc
national conference in Cfceaai
The conference wil|\dt*9
gram for the fall carnal
Israel Bonds. Dr. Scff$
ed out that Israel's economJ
ers headed by Finance M*
Lev! Eshkol, look to the
Bond drive to provide the
ces to promote wider
production for export.
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Dealing with Israel's security
situation, Maj. Gen. Laskov said
that the Air Force had been
strengthened and the new opera-
tional set-up of the armored corps
had been completed. Infiltrators
along Israel's borders had been
largely deterred, he said, by the
effectiveness of the new "silent
service"a trained and alerted
nucleus in every border settlement
ready for action within minutes of
an alarm.
The Syrian border had been rel-
Ifrs. Charlotte Lcibel. handwnt-
ing analyst, will be guest speaker
1 at a luncheon meeting of Miami
I Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith Tues-
j day noon at the DiLido hotel. Her
\ subject will be "What Your Hand-
writing Reveals." Chairman is
Gershon S. Miller.
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Lai Biith Youth Organization holds recent
. Day to collect funds for the Bellefaire Chil-
en's Home. The hospital and research cen-
f serves emotionally disturbed children from
to 16 years of age. Left to right are Ellie
al, assistant Miami director of BBYO,
Senators Seek Gen. Grant
Retraction of Libel Article
WASHINGTON(JTA) A movement is under way in the Senate
to persuade Senators belonging to the Civil War Centennial Commission
to insist that GewW. 9. Onmtj-Sr*. chairman of the commission, retract
an anti-Semitic article he endorsed relating to the Civil War.
Sen. Joseph S. Clark, Pennsyl- j
Harvey Gordon, Judy Kapner, Donald Bogish.
Tag Day chairman, Ronny Shapo, South Flor-
ida BBYO Council president, Lee Sandier,
Tag Day co-chairman, and Helen Goldstein.
Over 200 teen-agers participated in the $600
drive, whose goal was exceeded by $22.64.
vania Democrat, made known this
week that he asked Senate col-
leagues on the commission that
they insist upon an immediate re-
traction.
"I was deeply disturbed by
Gen. Grant's sponsorship of an
anti-Semitic article,'' the senator
said. "Particularly by the impli-
cation that, by virtue of his posi-
tion as chairman of the Civil War
Centennial Commission, the arti-
cle has official sanction. Gen.
Grant's failure to print a retrac-
tion of this baseless attack is a
clear breach of his responsibilities
as chairman of the commission.
membership are Hugh Scott, Penn-
sylvania Republican; Clinton P.
Anderson, New Mexico Democrat;
Carl T. Curis, Nebraska Repub-
lican; and Joseph C. O'Mahoney,
Wyoming Democrat.
Chorus to bo Heard
tylon Buys, Begs UAH to Pick Up
0. AVlV-(JTA)Israeli cir-
Wednesday were puzzled by
Iction taken by the government
Keyloo, which seems to be
filing the "permission" of the
led Arab Republic and Saudi
Ma to transit from the Red
[through the Straits of Tiran to
i up two frigates which Ceylon
[bought from Israel,
he ships, Israel's Miznak and
jtach, are riding in the harbor
lilat, awaiting Ceylonese aail-
fwho are on the way to Eilat
Lick up the vessels. The fiist
pp of Ceylonese sailors were
:ted here nearly two weeks
On Wednesday, it became
n that the Ceylonese sailors,
krd the Colombo government's
psweeper, the Parakram, are
ock in the Protectorate of
h, awaiting word from Egypt
[Saudi Arabia as to whether
' may pass on toward Eilat
ft ships belong to Ceylon now;
have been bought and paid
It was learned Wednesday,
ever, that Ceylon notified the
Arab governments and the
led Nations Emergency Force
! it was about to sail through to
It to pick up the vessels. The
,.nds guard over the
lii- >' Tiran, at Sharm-el-Sheik.
EF is understood merely to
acknowledged Ceylon's no-
Saudi Arabia, it is under-
d, has not answered at all;
le the CAR replied" evasively.
Nathaniel Lorch, Israel's rep-
r*s*nt*tiv* at Cotombo, capital
of Ceylon, has approached the
Ceylon*** Foreign Ministry with
en explanation that no "permis-
sion'' to- sail through the Straits
of Tiran or rh* Golf of Akaba
are n**d*d from either Saudi
Arabia or Egypt. Whiio the wa-
ters in question ar* bordorod by
shorts under rh* jurisdiction of
these two states, Israel had re*
mind*d Ceylon that, in fact, the
Strait* and Hw Culf ar* Interna-
tional waters, open t* the ship-
ping of all nations. Israel is us-
ing thos* water*, as an Interna-
tional highway, and hopes that
C*ylon will act the *am* way.
Israel haa also pointed out to
Ceylon that, while it kas a perfect
right to inform any government
about armament purchases, it is
under no obligation to ask any
government's acquiescence to ship
those armaments. The frigates in
the Eilat harbor are stocked with
supplies that Ceylon has bought
from Israel, including Israeli-made
Uzi submachine uns.
Israel's step in selling the frigates
to Ceylon was a purely practical
matter. Israel does not need those
ships any longer. The Miznak and
Mivtach made sensational trips in
1956, Immediately after the Sinai
campaign was launched, sailing
from Haifa around the Cape of
Good Hope to Eilat. However, re-
cently, Israel shipped overland to
Eilat a number of fast, highly-
maneuverable torpedo boats which
are considered far superior as
guardians of Israel's port of Eilat.
There is confidence here that,
once Ceylon understands the situ-
ation clearly, it will order the
minesweeper Parakram to con-
tinue its journey to Eilat, so that
the Ceylonese crews could take
over the two frigates after some
preliminary training by Israeli ex-
perts.
Greater Miami Workmen's Cir-
cle Chorus will be beard in con-
cert Sept. 6 to 9 at the Southeast-
ern District conference at the De-
Soto hotel in Savannah, Ga. Con-
ductor is Abraham Haidick. Mrs.
Abraham Haiduck is accompanist.
I Selections will be in Hebrew, Yid-
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KAY U. BINDER_______________ Correspondent
Volume 33 Number 35
Friday. August 28. 1959
24 Ab 5719
Reading in Ezra Pound
The Gen. Grant allegation that "inter-
national Jewish influences" were at work in
the War Between the States is one that does
v jlence not only to American Jews but to citi-
H "is of all faiths and on both sides who
fought and died for the principles in which
they believed.
Gen. Grant is chairman of the Civil War
Centennial Commission responsible for the na-
ticn's observance next year of the 100th anni-
versary of the war. The anti-Semitic article
he has endorsed is all the more shocking for
tii.s reason.
No less an historian than Dr. Bertram W.
Krrn has denied the validity of the article. As
0 member of the commission, Dr. Korn chal-
lenged Gen. Grant's sanction of the hate piece,
1 baling it for what it is. The implication of
Confederate Secretary of State Judah P. Ben-
i- nin in the "Jewish plot" is particularly rep-
n Sensible.
We suggest some careful reading in the
"political and "economic" writings of poet
Lzra Pound, now in exile in Italy, who has
0 er the years attacked the "international
b anders such as :he Rothschilds for an al-
ii ?ed roiein the U.S. Civil War. This is the
Q eme o; the Gen. Grant pamphlet. There is
perhaps an interes::.-.; relationship here.
Pound-type ';. by" cs expressed in
trese writings, as well ? in his "Cantos." long
ago became an integral part of the hatemon-
l manual. Racist John Kasper is a case
. point During his visits to Miami several
3 ago, Kasper fioo-ed the city with anti-
Semitic literature written in imitation Ezra
Pcund genre.
Without regard to the specifics of the Civil
Var allegation, thct anti-Semitic libels have
isted from time immemorial should be no
r;ws to Gen. Gran:. His grandfather, illustri-
ous Union Forces leader who later became
Resident of the United States, was himself
guilty ot signing an order calling for the re-
moval of Tennessee Jewry within 24 hours.
If the General is as sincere as he vows in
h s own defense, then he should be quick to
repudiate the charge. If. in the face of evidence
to the contrary such as Dr. Kom's and what
n ay be found in Ezra Pound, the General re-
rrains adamant, he should be removed from
a s chairmanship.
The Civil War Centennial is too auqust
an occasion to be besmirched by bigotry.
The End oflnequities
The Israel Parliament probe of the recent
~lS ^ A?Can **&** in Hau?a.
concluded that bias was not involved in spur-
ring the demonstrators.
The special Parliamentary investigating
b^dys report that "there is absolutely no delib-
erate discrimination against North African im-
rr'2E? ,hn P^ me PubIic and tate
^sntutions will be good news for all intelli-
gent-thinking friends of Israel.
r,^Th9 ProbeLdoes not. of course, close the
Yfh^ s?"ettg motivated the disturbance
OfCAQ with, and may do so again. The in-
vestigating body has concluded that the
v W6 ^^ V* me Cit*'s Wadi Sanb area
SSLft! 1emPlovmea situtin is poor, co*
tr J)uted in large measure to the riotinq
rn,Sr.eVeri ^ mav be no more than a cir-
ciimlocution for the charge of prejudice. In
&ubTa*d the, P-rlicrrrxentcrxyReport. Waal
balib is a densely-populated slum, where liv-
ing conditions are very difficult."
N^^LShUld SUCh condi,ions prevail where
, ,. African, "^migrants congregate? Some
Israeu ofhcia s attempt to explain it by^.
scribing the "native difference" between these
1"*"'""*! 'ew* ^ving fom European
(IT S* they "^ the Europeans wek
tnergetacaUy to apply themselves Vthe pro-
cess of mtegration and self-support
conmrS ?^ Africans- they declare, are by
contrast lethargic, symbolizing the "manana"
I AkV) i -
chev trip to AiT.-r^l
freeing from nij^ie
view. OnmeexeSiv!
E?T*at- Mnc,i IT
trip is a complete rev-
Dulles diplomacy i, .7
a certainty that were th?
Secretary of State ,,
ttru->hHw,-UM- haai aid am, Mnpuawaahty^ Mu.jjJ
self, was symbolic of the repudiation of personality rule Th7
hcan Administration in which he functioned, and whose irnae!
largely responsible for shaping, established the Roosevelt-StaW
of negotiation as the greatest blunder to rise out of World W
Mr. Dulles' wa the implacable belief that one can not I
with the Russians except by remote control, as a result of whirl
little is achieved and at a snail's pace. His repudiation of pern
rule in this sense created absolutism in anotherhis own unm
handling of American-Soviet foreign relations that more
brought us to the abyss of his brinksmanship.
Since the late Secretary of State's passing, a reversal haai
in progress despite President Eisenhower's sternest warnS
there would be no relaxation into a summit conference wmtaai
proper progress" in the recent Geneva negotiations. 'PronL*
s." whatever that quantity may have meant to the Pr3 I
did not develop even in the eyes of the moat optimistic otS
Khrushchev's impending trip here is proof that the reversal k !
thelcss a fact today. However forcefully Mr. Eisenhower artfe!
advisors may argue that the trip is not a summit conference M
wiD deny this is precisely the kind of get-together for which tbjjj
Premier has long angled.
Khrushchev's persistent demand for
A MtSSAGE OF HOPE FROM STOCKHOLM
Refugee Solution Ahead?
Jordan King Hussein's recent rapproch,-
ment with UAR President Nasser is an inter-
esting phenomenon. The king decided to re-
establish diplomatic relations because, as he
put it so pithily, Nasser has given up. at least
for the time being, his efforts aimed at assas-
sinating him and subverting Jordan.
Hussein goes even further. In the event of
UAR war with Israel, he declared this week,
his kingdom will unquestionably be on the
side of Egypt.
These are certainly far from wholesome
grounds for relations between governments.
But wholesomeness does not mark the nature
of Arab affairs generally these days so far as
the general Middle East climate is concerned.
That Hussein is an unneeded wheel on the
carriage of Nasser Pan-Arab ambitions was
demonstrated clearly several days ago in the
wake of a Jordan radio declaration that the
Hasherrute Kingdom would be willinq to ab-
sorb all of the 900.000 Arab refugees
Little, we are certain, could upset Nasser
more. Tne refugees are his favorite subject
He weeps over them, points to their ill-late
characterizes Israel as the monster that spawn-
ed tne entire situation-and does everything
within his power to block a suitable solution to
tneir repatriation or resettlement.
n,Tnhtf *"* if1"?668 have served Nasser
and other M.ddle Eastern potentates well in
Aeir political machinations. But the temper
tSiSSiT8uch *a soluUon -"* *
netXs311^17 indi9enOU3 l ^
Such explanations ignore the fact that
tfE?i 'T3 *?i themsel^ more quickly
grasp this syrnpametic'vi^L St"^
;fre^cedlSCn,en,ed "-P-* ^W
Uon oTa sSXSan^p^7-da-
comers from underdeveloped^as Z T
Jeir integration into Israeti^cciSTu *
fruitful part of the reoort n y the m<*{
sign thaUewisrStaTreaaerri 1 ? ^ 'e
sinating Hussein anS s^^X *~
a summit meeting wttaafl
more than a euphemism to disguise his most immediate heart'iail
sire: face-to-face discussion with the President. Thus, the Rooaaaf
Stalin personal diplomacy that the Republicans previously found)
favorite bete noir. is precisely that which Mr. Eisenhower iruumn3
with his startling invitation to Moscow's keeper of the keysieS
ueeks ago.
IN TH[ TRADITION Of AH ADVtKSAMY
IT IS THE "new" Mr. Eisenhower who issued the invitatioa, Jm
observers have been jubilantly remarking. This is the "old^7j
Eisenhower, his most maudlin supporters offer as a counter]
Uonthe Eisenhower of World War II as man of decision and i
What hampered him from acting on his native talents
assumption of office, the apologists remark, has been his ill-bead.
Closer to the truth would be the President'* release from Dtdkl
absolutisma kind of absolutism virtually manic in its sermoo3 |
ed Puritanical religiosity and based on the refusal to recogniaJ
international diplomacy will not flow forth from rigid New Eaffl
.~ > -- I'rr-Milential wings for the first time, seeking to fulfill the imafg
himself he presented to the voting public in late 1951. Tms a3
image, however astigmatic, of peace-maker in Korea and salve to ail
wounds between East and West. a
And it is as peace-maker that he now awaits the arrival fj
Khrushchev, hoping in the inmost recesses of his per
achieve what others have thus far failed to accomplish I
cile the differences, to call a halt to the Cold War. to forge :
peace. Mr. Eisenhower is thus reaching the climax of his _
the tradition of a Democratic adversary. Franklin Delano R
who never missed the opportunity to remark "I hate war,"
made the mistake of trying te tell it to Stalin.
Hi ADMINISTRATION TURNS fULL OKU
IF THE PERSONALITY cult, replete with Messianic compk
once again upon us. what of Vice President Nixon? He i
silent these days when some in his coterie opportunistically _
that his astonishing trip to the Soviet Union was what changed L.
Eisenhower's mind and brought an invitation to Khrushchev hai
Knowing this is not true, he says nothing even in his nodded aflfi
ation of Administration denials. The stakes are high for tawS
President these days: he has his eye on the office above.
Mr. Nixon is thus attempting to wring maximum benefit rrtel
his own trip, as well as from that of the Soviet Premier's. Tl
when he would hardly have been so silent. Those who remen
campaign against Helen Gabagan Douglas in California know -
\fte President might have reacted less than a decade ago. Mr.!
bowers ultimate adoption of the diplomacy of his Democratic!
ccssors is therefore hardly unique these days. *
ioFllowing closely behind is th* Vice President, who as l*L
1956 imputed traitorous intentions to the heart of candidate A#J
RuMia50" WhC" Slevenson suggested closer, more-personal ties **|
We have thus, apparently, turned full circle, with the AdmialB
oi ned to take Khrushchev on personally-when one*
spokesmen saw a Communist behind every word or deed desi. "
circumvent the rigid Messianism of Mr. Dulles. Docs the Pr
uT.h Cl !nCCJ fMlli h,s sclfenvisioned role as peace nukefT
* h rLt ,U. im; mere,v ,ul1 Us 'n,<> sense of false secur*
with respect to an illusory thaw in the Cold War?
TM MMK TOrVI* Of BAUL
RECENT DISPATCH from London is a case in point, in**]
Amj,vt official stationed there, who remarks on today's fartgl
h TJL ft 1 jokc' one m*y e eertain. few if any Amera*
he W.. ir".- V 'Sme P^P'0 in Unit*d SUte tre P,inUa
rh!w L nc,al bcglns his story. "Xhey have begun to teach t>*
s.nfs unKSS^an. Mosl of them- however, are more realist icily*
siSo .ilC,K '.T prelude to his Punch-line. "They are e#
sidenng teaching their youngsters ChineieT \
Soviet fpf0rite jke" rwluires no belaboring. Indeed, it betnjj
ih. uni" rV*r mre than "Passes American sentiment-fcaHjI
masterT2 mlh that may one day engulf the KrrtW
press"n T ph'"' P^'^^ent in Lao, bear, this out as aafl
hev Sii? CiTSme "8"a,ion wh respect to the impending Kh*
' of^n P^f w" Uos in*ure* ***ia* even the reawaj
presurnablv .m? m .L**"1 rPPWhment and. in the midst of *
SS tK here wf r^mtChCV ,nd Ei-"hower cross-visits. uan
If 2. thaw e Cold War.
our uire" u5Tn7 **" ""*** """ "* vuitt miht dr0P M Sj
' the immS. Z remove PO^bilHy. Assuming nothing a*
S Z r rnt"nH^SUy ei,hr *W Pntn,er or,the 2
munist arms anrt ,1 Rreemem with "Caecboatevakia" for CaJ
' >'Z ?. P*nelrti>n of Soviet power into the Middklfc
e anotheJ SSTr Pr,ding ^ *hen Moscow an ernative to thiZln "l"* ebe U visionary', drear-
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fjMtfs* fk FridY. Augu*
23, IJ
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of North Shore Jew-
ish Center, gives last minute instructions to boys and girls
leaving for the Leadership Training Institute in Henderson-
ville, N.C., sponsored by United Synagoaue Youth. Shown
(left to right) are Mark son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Granoff; Lois,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pearlman; Marshall, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch; Laraine, dauahter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex S. Friedman; Andrea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris A. Wachs; and Rabbi Abramowitz. Not shown are
David and Devera. son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Dernis; Ellen, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Sidney Schlosser;
Sandra and Ellen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss.
Arab States Divided
Over UN Refugee Plan
LONDON JT.A Strong doubts
were expressed this week as to
the degree 0f unanimity with
which representatives of nine
Arab states, winding up a ten-day
conference at Beirut, rejected the
recommendations advanced by IN
Secretary General Dag Hanimar
skjold for solution of the Palestine
Arab refugee problem.
Although the conference deci-
sion was described a< unan-
imous" demands were repeated by
the Lebanese for ,; ap
proach to the problem, the I
dom of Jordan was said to he re
ceptive of the plar. Iraq.
Library Opens
Film Series
Nostalgia." a series of -
and sound film classics, will begin
Sept. 3. 8:30 p.m.. with
Price Glory"" starring Victor Me-
Laghn and Dolores Del Rio
Other pictures in the sen,
include "The Gaucho." M ill
Dollar Legs." David Hamm." and
"The Little Colonel." bor:
from the Museum of Modern Ait.
All showings are at the I
Public Library Auditorium,
cayne blvd.
Free tit available it
the main library Monday at 6 p ,n.
Announce Way To Help
Drain A/18 Sinus Cavities
j> WithoutDiscomfort
"" 'SSL'S! hl2? V* "*
af relieve distressiaf bead east
fiAnew Ubtat development twv ,in, Md >lps dr
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head, uial drip, clogged breath- that *?, Li Sln" vit
>ng-all the unrelenting symp- widelv bt H^ pre?rit*i "or.
toms the sinus sufferer know* teriaf,??t0n th*n -
o wWl-.re attacked dirertl? rSst^ PUrpos*- Tb" **
by improving drainage ot,il "JWication is now available at
inus areas. ar*m'* of the drug counters without the need
the Wood stream. It deposits *.i dnUi P*
L r!!LdroP ot Wood |SSS 3^!iPreMUre *a*ioc.
new mediation which uS? ; ITS ****. relieve the
Israel Gets $89 Million in U.S. Assists
nee
NKW YORK--A total of
S89.400.000 in US. Lovernmentol
aid was received bj Israel m the
,.!.-, ir. and S52.4O0.000
is budgeted for M*. the Amer
ican-I>rael Chamber of Comi
and Industry reported this week
"Durini the past year Amor
v\-h Israel
ued to dc marked by the same df
: sympathy an i understand-
hich prevailed during the
decade preceding it" the report
Both public and private
aid from the United States, which
in the past finano than
twoth.nl- of Israel'i $2-5 billion
import surplus, continued to holp
Israel absorb her graving popula-
tion and at the same time make
oward a self supporting
economy The I'nited States con-
tinued to be the number one sup-
plier of imports to Israel and the
customer for her
exports
The report estimated that, in
1958, Israel received ahout $0
million from the United Jewish
Aopeal and other American Jew-
ish appeals for Israel. It indi-
cated that income from the sale of
Israel bonds during the 1958-59
fiscal year amounted to $47 mil-
lion. Israel also received a new
S24.20O.0O0 loan earmarked for
water development from the Ex-
port-Import Bank in 1958. hav-
ing repaid some $40 million of
the earlier loans by the Bank.
American private investment in
1958 amounted-to about ? mil-
lion as compared to an average of
$10 million for the first eight years
of the State. 'While this figure
mav not seenT spectacular, it must
in the l< /relive
t private American investment
I m the postwar
which was decidedly on a minor
scale During the four-year period
irom 1949-1953, Nrael ranked third
amons foreign countries i_
iracfed fnwestrr-pnt iunii, 7^
t-S.. if oil produc'nT *"
excepted," the report d-n,
"With a greatly mpZZ
ment climate now pr,
Israel, there is every
expect th.it investment oy
American citize and com
will play an increasfogbl
role in the coun
the report concluded.
Prert
MAtSHAU lANCft
Both Jordan and Iraq were de-
scribed as being most interested in
he financial aspects of the Ham
rnarskjold plan which envisaged a
rapital investment of two billion
dollars for the economic develop-
ment of the Middle East and the
resettlement of displaced Arabs.
Lebanon, with a population al-
most evenly divided between
Christians and Arabs, would like
to see a settlement of the refuge
problem which would relieve it
Of the burden of 100,000 refu-
gees, nearly all of them Moslem,
whose settlement in that country
would upset the present balance.
pposition to the Ham-
plan was led by the i
I'ni'.ed Arab Republic Its dicta-
Gamal Atxlel Nasser, has
found res a useful mstru-
whieh to prolong rest-
od disorder in Jordan
and other Arab state-, over which
he seek .tion.
(The New York Times, in a
cable irom Beirut said that "from
he tone of some editorial.* in the
Arab pre- believed that
ire within the con-
I Id of coun-
have been
ee respoai
ikjold The cable
editorial in an Arab
newspaper denounced -those who
demand ; -. ,:
" Israels normal trade financing
in the U.S. makes it the recipient
of short-term loans by banking in- j n#fel. CftOIH Names Manager
stitutions and through regular I
trade credit channels." the report
pointed out. "These are supple-
mented also by lending on the part
of special financial corporations
engaged in trade with Israel, no-
tably the trading arms of the Pal-
estine Economic Corp. and Ampal.
on behalf of the Histadrut Credit
of this type is backed by commod-
J William Cole, executive vice
president and general manager of
the Grenoble hotels, has joined the
Jack Tar hotels organization. Ed
C. Leach, president of Jack Tar.
announced Wednesday. Cole has
been named General manager of
the Jack Tar Francis Marion hotel
at Charleston. S. C. Leach de-
clared.
Frat Will Hold
National Confab]
Delegates from 46 leuto-i
leges and universities tar
the United States and (atum,
attend the 6ist antuvtrsS
Honal convention ol Zeta B|j
fraternity at the Deauvilfc J
from Friday to Monday. Therl
meet with national and rrt
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Riot Probe Denies Bigotry Charge
slevision and recording star Dinah Shore and her husband,
fcotion picture actor-producer George Montgomery, are shown
their daughter, Melissa Ann, on their first trip to Israel,
_ring which they toured Israel Bond projects and historical
(tes. The famous couple and their daughter met leading Is-
heli ofiicials and visited many of the enterprises throughout
Le country which receive Israel Bond assistance. Among
ke sites they visited during their stay in Israel was Caesarea
Cbove), the ancient port on the Mediterranean coast.
Continued from Pago 1 A
ear* and priority to Oriental im-
migrants and attempts to inte-
grate them in all areas of Is-
' raeft Kfo."
The report found that the first
incidents, on the night of July 8,
I were spontaneous. "This spon
taneity gradually disappeared."
I the commission added, "and, from
| the next morning on, reactions
were largely shaped by one or sev-
eral organizers." The commission
did not, however, accept the con-
tention that "any public or polit-
ical bodies were behind the dis-
turbances."
As to the situation among the
North African immigrants in gen-
eral the commission found that
"despite equal conditions offered
all citizens and all immigrants,
some of them are, de facto, unable
to compete on an equal level with
other citizens, particularly in the
field of primary education."
The report summarized the gen-
eral social, economic and cultural
background of all Moroccans, and
the situation in the Wadi Salib
quarter specifically. It found the
Cairo Weekly Hits Mufti
|As Danger to Arab World
LONDONHaj Amin el-Husseini, the former Mufti of Jeru-
em who organized the anti-Jewish riots in Mandated Palestine and
rked with Adolf Hitler in World War II, is being pushed completely
of the picture by Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser and is being denied
role whatever in current Arab politics, reports from1 Cairo disclosed
week.
Wadi Salib area a "densely-popu-
lated slum, where livin? conditions
are very difficult, most of the cop-
ulation is unskilled and. therefore,
the employment situationjs jwor."
Amorti largo sections of the
North African immigrant pop-
ulation, the eortviss-^n eoettfrv
ued, "especially in the Moroc-
can community, there exists a
deep fooling of inequality and
discrimination, even a fooling
that discrimination is deliber-
ate."
The report stressed that it would
he wrong not only to identify
North African immigrants in gen-
eral with the Haifa disturbances,
but that- "only a small handful of
Wadi Salib residents participated
in the riots." Among the rio.ers,
stated the commission, "were
women, children, teen-agers and, at
all times, there was a criminal
element among them."
The report charged that organ-
izations of North African immi-
grants "contributed considerably
to the feelings of discrimination,
basing themselves not on efforts
to improve -social and economic
conditions among the_North Afri-
but on developing a sense
of inequality."
Th commission, in passing,
hd Hi'-K praise for he work of
i<-teeratinq all Israelis don* by
the Israel army. "Not evon fho
moet vehement of witnesses,"
the commission said, "charged
any discrimination in the army."
After submitting i's findings,
the commission recommended that
current efforts in the fields of
housing, education and establish-
ment of new settlements be speed-
ed. The group urged that priority
be given to th. elimination of
slums and ma'abarot (temporary
transit camosi. It enjoined Israel
to give special assistance to immi-
grants from underdeveloped areas
to aid their "speedy attainment of
the ability to utilize equal oppor-
tunities."
Finally, the report proposed th
establishment of a special public
body to study the problem of the
integration of the various immi-
grant communities.
the ex-Mufti, who was always
special consideration by the
States, came under a sharp
sonal attack this week at the
is of s leading Cairo weekly
ch denounced him as "the most
fcgerous man in the Arab world."
attack would not have appear-
had not received official sanc-
| The tame publication roundly
en-.ned the ex-Mufti's plan*
establish a Palestine govern1
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League would include a proposal
for establishment of a "Palestine
Government" backed by an army
capable of "taking the offensive
against the State of Israel." All
the League member states would
participate in financing the new
government and army, the paper
said. Commander* of the army
would be Col. Ali Abu Nawer, a
former Jordanian army comman-
der who broke with the Jordan
royal family and supported Col.
Nasse.'.
The London Daily Mail carried
an interview this week" with King
Hussein of Jordan in which the
king pledged to come to the aid of
the United Arab Republic "if Pres-
ident Nasser were attacked by Is-
rael." The king said that "I do
not foresee the possibility of en-
tering a military alliance between
our two countries. Our past dis-
courages such a step. But this
would not stop us from coming to
the aid of President Nasser if he
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ft*nU/lr*,.i +Jf*lstiflnrSdMaf) Prider/, August 2R. 1959
fzerA 7eiw Struggle to Regain Pre-War Standard
y DAVID MILLER
pedal JTA Corrrnpondnt
Prague
For the first time in 18 year* the
once-proud synagogues of t'ommu
niit Czechoslovakia are echoing to
the ancient prayera of a Bar Mitz-
vah service.
"All the babies were killed dur-
ing the war. Until January there
was not a Jewish boy of 13 in the
country. We have had to wait for
a second generation to grow up."
The words from Dr. Gustave Si m the 13th century New Syna
cher, 79-year-old Chief Rabbi of gogue, oldest and moat .famous
Prague, summed up the paradox synagogue in Central Europe, and
in the 50-year-old Jerusalem Street
Synagogue.
Services are held daily in the
pressure In Hie schools and
Communist yeuth movements
make it difficult for Jewish
youth te fellow their parents.
There is a universal under
standing that it is better to be
with the population .is .1 whole
than aa someone outside the state
On Yom Kippur, however, both
Prague synagogues were tilled
About 1,800 of Prague'! 5,000 Jews
(compared to a pro-war popula-
in Podebrady and M in Brno are
maintained under the govern-
ment's social welfare program.
There art no orphanages or ap-
prentice-training schools. There
is no one to fill them.
in repl .1 -e or augment the sevi n
now serving are dim in 1989 there
were 100
The youngest now serving, Dr,
Bliai Katz < in. t Rabbi ol Slovj
Ida is 12 The second youi
Rabbi 1:11111 Devidovic, head ol
the Jerusalem Synagogue, is IS
Other rsbbia serve In Karlovy
Vsr>. Brno Koeice and Banaka, profound thirst for Infor-
Bystrica All serve i<- regional
r;ililns lir Sillier hopes to educate
Rabbis from the United States,
France, Sweden and Esai Berlin
have visited Prague recently, hut
Mft (1 .ii 1 'zecha 10
svel advanced
tion of 35.000) attended services ^ |fl pnabk ,,., sIlldy in
of present-day life for the bare 18,
000 Czech Jews who remain from
a pre-war population of 380,000.
"We had 14 Bar MHsvaha in
the first five months of the
year, M* important landmark in
owe rebirth," he said.
"From 1941 to 1945. when the
Germans were in power, until a
few months ago we did not know
what it waa to have a young Jew
in Czechoslovakia."
Czech Jews have struggled pain-
fully to regain a share of their ] One was a 35-year-old wotnss join
pre-war life when they were prom- ing ber brother. The other was a
inent in the political, economic I widow with two children Thin
and academic life of the country,|raay htve ^to other eases hut
westernmost of the Soviet-bloc 1
the Rabbinical Seminar) In Budi
pest or for other European coun
tries to upplj rsbbia At preeent
one Hungarian is itudying the
1 tech language tor eventual as-
aignmenl here To keep the com
matlon on the status ot Jews every
where. The old New Synagogue (a
neu synagogue was huilt on the
site ol an older oncj and the 520-
year old .lewish cemetery remain
showplaees for visitors to I'raxue
and are Included 111 all lours ol the
city.
The cemetery, overgrown with
Page S-A
Riegelman Named To UN Delegation
Old-New Synagogue, in the heart munlty alive, Hm Prague council Isltruhhsry, is filled with fallen
of the former Ghetto, and on Frl
days, Saturdays and holidays in
the newer one. Contact with Israel
is toil, although unlimited tmmigra<
tion was permitted until 1940, ac
cording to Dr. Sicher "Two worn
en'and two children left recently
to join relatives In Israel in
Iltis said. "Their visas were an
proved on humanitarian reason
publishes a monthly 20 page news ..tombstones. The Ghetto begun in
with a circulation of 2.000 the nth century and levelled m
paper
as we
.is a literary yearbook.
eetellites. The outlook continues
grim despite the outlawing of anti-
Semitism and the Czech govern
men Is subsidies for the operations
of the Jewish community and its
agencies, official claims to the
contrary, life in present -day
Prague and other centers of Jew-
ish life in Slovakia. Moravia and
Bohemia is aa difficult as ever.
The mood is one of resignation
and acceptance ol life as it is. The
Jewish populace, generally elder-
ly, tends to avoid unpopular
esuses. But without question, the
position of the Jews here has coa>
, Untied to deteriorate. On the sur-
face, matters look much improved.
The country's seven rabbis, 14 can-
tors and other religious officials
are under salary to the Ministry of
Bducatioo and CuMure.
may have Deen other cases
we do not know of them The
prospects for finding neu rabbis
A kosher restaurant is main-
tained in the basement of the
Jewish Town Hall, where Dr.
Sicher has offices, and M kosher
butcher shops serve th* country.
One is in Prague, another in
Karlovy Vary and eight others
in Slovakia. Metzohs were pre-
pared by a Slovakian bakery un-
d e r Or. Kali's supervision.
Homes for K5 aged men and
women in Marianske Lain*, 75
l'HMi. resembles dozens of othc r
streets in medieval Prague.
The only reminders are the Star
of David on the synagogue and old
Town Mall and the clock with He-
brew numbers atop the synagogue.
Mementoes of the Ghetto are
kept in the government-run Jewish
Museum, a carefully preserved
record Of the time when I'rague
was a resting place for the count-,
less Jewish merchants plying the
tuneless trade route from Mainz
b) Kiev.
A hall century ol air power development will be dramatized
at Miami Beach Sept. 3 to 6 when thsse) two aircraft are dis-
played together (it the An Pore* As n.'s Aerospace Panorama.
The 1909 Wriqht fly... th- first U.S. military aircraft, will be
shown alongsldo one ol the An Force/s latest jet fighters. The
F-105. above, travels at i totpsi hour as compared to
the Wright's 42 miles per hour. Hundreds of other aircraft
and related missile oquipmsnt will be shown at the Panorama,
billed as the "defense meeting of the year."
Bay Harbor Drive For Mt. Sinai
Bay Harbor island- and environs Vmerican Bevinga ami Loan I -
will gO all out to contribute their has accepted hnnorar> chail
share to the building fund ol the ship ol the drive
new Mt Sinai Hospital ol Greater
Miami, according to Mayor Shep
aril Broad
At the same time. Broad an
nOUBOSd the appointment of Tom
Kravitc, Baj Harbor Islands, as
Broad, who is also president ol chairman of the campaign
WASHINGTON 1.ITA1 Harold
Rie -1111.111, former chairman of
the New York chapter of the
American Jewiah Committee, and
.1 member oi the administrative
and steering committees of the
AJC, as appointed by President
1 laat wi ekend to men.
i" n hip on the United Mate ael
ation to the 1 nited Natlom Gen
er.il A- cmblj.
Riegi iin.iii has been serving for
a year as M s delegate to the Unl
ted Nations Administrative Trl
bunal, .1 is nation |.....p which h is
|Ust concluded a series ol sessions
at Genets
Riegelman has been, for years,
prominent in Jewish and inter-
faith activities, as well as in gen-
eral communal affairs. Active in
the affairs of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
he was chairman of the NCCJ
national commission on commu-
nity organizations and, more re-
cently, founded and conducted a
special seminar on Islamic cul-
ture.
An attorney, Riegelmen in 1938
served as a delegate to the Now
York state constitutional coovan
Hon He has BUM acted as ac!
visor to the Stale ot New York on
welfare legislation, housing, tax-
ation and finance He is currently
oounsel to the Washington F.mbs-
\v of fhe Nationalist Chinese Gov-
ern ment. Tuesday he left Geneva
tor conferences with Nationalist
Chinese authorities at Taiwan.
After confirmation by the Senate,
he is expected'to assume his UN
POd on Sept. 15.
In recent years, President Etsen-
hower has boon appointing one
prominent American Jewish lead-
er to each U.S. delegation to the
1 N General Assembly. Other Jew-
Ish leaders who have served the
U S. Government in that capacity
are Jacob Blaustsin, Philip ftl.
Kbit/nick, and Irving Salomon.
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Other cases were "isolated
Gray-bearded. Vienna (rained Dr.
Sicher. Chief Rabbi since XM7, and
Dr. Rudmlt Iltis, general secretary
of toe,Council of Jewish Religion*
Communities in Prague, gave offi-
cial answers to questions on tie
religious community but shied
away from political matteers. Both
tressed the critical shortage of
rabbis and the problem of build-
ing for the future. They proclaim-
ed the importance of identifying
the Jewish community with the
Caech nation as a whole. But the
predominant fact of life for Jew*
hen ia the shadow of Rudolf Slan-
ts?. Once the moat Important
Jewish figure ia the Crech govern-
ment, Slansky, then secretary gen-
eral of the Caech Communist
Pnrty, waa hanged aevea yean
ajo in the last of the big Stalinist
purge trials.
He and n others, including set
tn Jews, were denounced for trea-
son and accused of plotting
gainst the state, collaborating
with Tito, conspiring to help Czech
lews to imignte to Israel and at-
tempting to seize the government.
I SMwr denied that the
trial was aH lo-iric. "Slomky
MmaeW was not a swactkinfl
Jew. The trial did, however, u*>
loesh a wave of latent antt-
SemJHsm in naente who a Iwa y>
have that tendency," ho said.
Yet at present no Jews held Im-
portant aweitiena in the Czech
of relieien flourishes. kWt social
10 ftors 4fe This W-k
Lockout: The Rabbinical Council
charged this week that five hot
pilots in New York City refuse to
admit authorized Mohalim to per-
form ritual circumcisions, making
It impossible for Jewish families to
have the rite performed on new
born sons in those hospitals.

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Riot Leaders
Given Prison
J E RUSALEM JTA s-Thirteen
men arrested after the riots by
North African immigrants in Beer-
beha last month received sent-
ences ranging from one month s
to nine mooUu' imprisonmeat.
after being convicted of noting in
the Jerusalem Magistrates Court
here
F:\e others, including several
tumm. were given suspended
mtences. and two were acquitted
because of insufficient evidence
against them
Today's trial of these 20 alleged
rioters was the first of a series
scheduled here in connection with
the disturbances that have oc-
curred in Haifa. Beersheba and
elsewf.ere in Israel. Another ses-
** of the court on charges aris-
ing from the riots was scheduled
for later in the week.
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Pwecssr
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ssVOOejNG SCHOOL AM> AGOtCY
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30 Years Ago This Wee.
Crack-Down: The Council of the
National Peasant Part v. rww m
control of the Rumanian govern
approved disciplinary action
a meeting this week in Bucha
rest against members guilty of
>miUe acts in their official
COMrlfH LAW LIBRARY
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*Jet%tntrk1iton
Pag 11-A
Anti-Semitism Hot in Red Satellites
Continued from Pg 1-A
uO newspaper sayi that the Jewish religion
now and always has been, the enemy of science,
culture and progress," and that "it emphasizes
ihc things which divert the minds of people from
,ctive participation in the building of Commun-
ism-'
Asserting that "the leaders of Judaism in
Stanislav are ardent liars," the Soviet newspaper
alleges that pious Jews in the city held 'illegal
meetinus and floated provocative rumors to the
effect that God Jehovah was soon going to gather
mi the scattered Jews from all the corners
0l the earth and unite them."
Israel," the article continues, "is, accord-
ing to the Judaists, a sacred temple, of the God
Jehovah. On the other hand, it is known to all
people of the world that Israel is now a puppet
of the American-British imperialists. Ben-Gurion,
the leader of the Israel government, a veteran
Zionist, is already long known as an ultra-reac-
tionary. He is the leader of one of the Zionist
organizations which developed in the United
States, and which have the^unlimited support of
the multi-millionaire -Rockefeller brothers, and
other grabbing monopolists.
"That is why the reactionaries in Israel are
so impudent and'organize provocative Attacks on
the countries of the Arab East, and try to xiul
their agents" to Socialist countries." the paper
goes on to say. At the same time, the newspaper
points out that "the working masses of Israel
have no connections with these criminal actions."
It mentions the secretary of the Israel Commun-
ist Party, S. Mikunis, as the leader of the "work-
ing masses" in Israel who "oppose the American-
oriented policy of leading Israeli circles."
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lew Suit Joins Chamberlain Action
[o Restrain Religion in Dade Schools
|Another lawsuit against the Dade
lounty Board of Public Instruc-
jori is in the offing this week, ac-
Erding to Bernard Mandler, chair-
fan of the Commission on Law
lid Social Action for the South
florida Council of American Jew-
j Congress.
[The new action which is to be
(led before the week is out closely
prallcls the lawsuit,filed by Har-
low Chamberlain several weeks
ago. The plaintiffs in the present
action are all affiliated with
churches or synagogues.
They allege that the presence
of religion in the public schools
by means of prayers, Chanufca
and Christmas, Easter and Pass-
over programs, the reeding of
the Bible and other similar re-
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ligious practices are violations
of fhe Constitution of the United
States and the State of Florida.
They charge that the Dade Coun-
ty School Board has allowed and
condoned the religious practices
in the public schools and are ask-
ing the court to end such prac-
tices, according to Mandler.
Both the instant action and that
of Chamberlain mark a first in liti-
gation in the field of separation of
Church and State in that both ac-
tions do not Concentrate on an al-
leged single violation of the prin-
ciple, but list several in one suit,
Mandler explained.
The School Board has asked the
court, through its attorney, Ed-
ward Boardman, to dismiss the
Chamberlain action. A hearing on
the motion to dismiss was sched-
uled for Thursday before Judge
Fritz Gordon.
Mandler declared that the names
of the plaintiffs in the new law
suit could not be revealed until
official filing of the action has ta-
ken place.
Ticket Sale
Hours Posted
Tickets for High Holy Day serv-
ices at Miami Hebrew Congrega-
tion will be on sale there from 8 to
10 p.m., weekday evenings, begin-
ning Sept. 8.
William Weintraub. chairman of
the ticket arrangement commit-
tee, said this week that this sched-
ule will be in addition to sales on
Sundays from 9 a.m. until noon,
and weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Services will be conducted in the
fully air-conditioned building of
Miami Hebrew Congregation.
NEN TO TEL AVIV FORJTHE GOLDEN JUBILEE!
Frigate Transfer
Seen Solved
Continued from Pago 1-A
about the passage through the
' waterway which Israel considers
an international highway. Mean-
while, however. Israel's envoy at
Colombo, capital of Ceylon, has
transmitted to the Ceylonese sev-
eral suggestions on how to solve
the problem without international
entanglements.
It is believed that one of those
suggestions which have not been
spelled out here will be adopted
by Ceylon. Work on readying the
two frigates, the Nimak and Miv-
tach, is proceeding in the harbor
of Eilat so that the ships might be
sailed almost as soon as they are
boarded by the expected Ceylonese
crews.
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Ui Friday. August
Service Dedicates School Building
K new 18 classroom ichool build-
ing iH be dedicated at special
cervices bv Temolr Belh Am on \
Frday evening. The building bears
the name Mark A Light Memorial Baumgard will kad ,h 7J
School bMg. tory prayers.
Mark Light is the deceased 16-
vearold son of Mr. and Mr<
George Light and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs David Light, donors of
the air-conditioned and heated
modern Abraben was architect miu, J
Solomon were the contractors
>g Wolf i. chairman oU?,fl
cation committf-c Rabri iLH
Baumgard will 1.**
'tory prayers.
Idreo relax at ~".:rler-Granada Jev-;.-.
DentM S .: .-. =re Susan Moore.
Arthur L-r.ders Susan :cx Sue Leaerrr.cr.,
Amy Cynamon, Gary Pont. Doieen Nadler.
end Ellen Kowclsky.
Slate Open House
At Flagler Center

- pre-schooi n
aril] be Tuesday. Wednesday.
Sept 1 throu.h 3
I am. to 12 noon.
Respiration will be taken at the
same time for kindergarten. 4 to 5
a-.d reading readiness kin-
dergarten. 5 to 6 years.
Th.s is the third year that the
school is :n operation with its reg-
B ir staff of Mrs Reuben D. Led-
erman, head teacher and teacher
< reading readiness kinder-
Mrs. Arthur Golden, jun-
lor kindergarten, and Mrs. Nathan
Cynamon. nursery.
Preschool parents and students
will be entertained at an "open
house' Friday. Sept. 4. from 10
am to 12 noon, in the school's
j decorated classrooms. The
school is licensed by the City of
Miami and each teacher holds a
I : ft ate trom the Board of Ed-
neaUon.
Re!ig:cu> education and holiday
COS are supervised by Rabbi
Bernard P. Shoter. Mrs. Sam Ko-
walsky is pre-scbool chairman for
the second year, with Mr.- Louis
Bush as co-chairman.
''- lam Walter Kaye. Erwin
Marshall. Alfred Nadler. and Leon-
Ponl serve on the commit-
tee. School term begins Tuesday,
Sept. 8. at 9 a m.
/Wake H a
Happy New Year
for someone in
ISRAEL
Som through
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Kosher food pared
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CAUTOf JACOB BMNSTEfN
Cantor Bornstein
Back to Pulpit
Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Tem-
ple Israel, will return to the Tem-
ple pulpit Friday evening.
Cantor Born>tein. who also serves
as Temple Israel education direc-
tor, has returned frog} a three-
week Institute for Reform Educa-
ors held in New York City.
Registration for the Temple Is-
rael religious school is now open,
with Cantor Bornstein available
for information.
The scnoui offers a complete
Reform Jewi-h education from kin-
dergarten through confirmation
Sessions are held on Saturday and
Sunday mornings and voluntary
Hebrew class in mid-week.
Bonds Appoint
Rabbi Abramowitz
Samuel Oritl. general chairman
with Jack A Cantor of the Grea'.er
Miami committee for Israol Bonds.
this week announced the appoint
ment of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader of North Shore
Jewish Center, as chairman of or-
ganizations for Israel Bonds.
Born in Jerusalem. Rabbi
Abramowitz was educated in Tel:
Aviv and later studied at Yeshiva
College in New York and Jewish ]
Theological Seminary, from which
he was graduated in 1944.
H* was a rabbi in Montreal,
Canada, until he was called into
the service as a chaplain. Sta-
tioned in Berlin, he coordinated
the Jewish D.P. program of the
U.S. Army. Following his dis-
charge, he served as director of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee in Italy in charge of liquida-
tion of Displaced Person camps
in Europe.
When he returned to the I'nitcd
States in 1951. he was called to
the pulpit of North Shore Jewish
Center, where he has served since
then.
During this period he has been
an active leader of many commun-
ity efforts, as a member of B'nai
B nth. Jewish War Veterans,
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami,
and as president of the Associated
Rabbis of Florida.
The building, one a* the larg-
est religious facilities m South
Florida, will house Both Am'l
weekday nursery school, Hebrew
school, youth activities, and
adult education classes. On Sat-
urdays it will house the teen-age
Sabbath school, end en Sundays,
the Sunday school for younger
children.
Altogether, close to a 1,000 chil-
dren will use the rooms during the
The donors have completely
equipped the building with the la-
tesl type of desks for the religious
-chool and special nursery school
equipment.
Participating in the special pro-
cram arranged for the evening
will be Louis Schwartzman, direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Bureau
:,f Jewish Education. Mrs. Harry
Ross, principal of the Beth Am
religious school, and Mrs. Eugene
Fleischer, who planned the first
Sunday school held in rooms pro-
vided by the University of Miami.
The Temple choir under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Herbert Baumgard
and Cantor Sheldon Kodner will
present The Hasidic Sabbath Ser-
vice" by Isidore Freed.
Joshua Segal is chairman of the
building committee, and Emanuel
Mtr Tamid Party Slated
Temple Ner Tamid will hotf J
"welcome home'1 reunion
Sunday evening. Sept n. at
| Auditorium. In charge of arnaa
ments are Adolph Greenbta*
Men's Club president; Mrs TLj
Cohen, president of SistenJ
jand Dr. Ben L. Fabric. Ttsj
'president. Music will be by |
Bellack and his orchestra. J
lebediger Branch Meefis|
|c Lebediger Branch of Parts*
will meet Wednesday evens*]
the Seville hotel Presiding vjg|
Moshe Levine.
Bobbins Unveiling
The dedication of monwaenl
to the memory of the Ufc
formerly of 2265 S W. 25th St.
u'il! tak\e place
Seadey, Aegest JOlfc, a* il -.
at Mr Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Ane Becker officiating
Mr Robbin.' i Mirvived by hi
widow, Soma; three daughter*
and one -on
Friends and ReUtixtt
Are Ai^ed to Attend.
Tovrmey Eyes Closing
leads That's
this week in the
Beach Summer
l And with the
_ at tee far off.
officials expect this
even higher before
e final entries are logged. The
breakdown for one of the most
ProdsarUre weeks reads like this
seven leads in the genera] division,
seven m the plug, ax is spuming.
and one is fly
Friendship Club
Resumes Here
A "Welcome Back Open House"
will be the theme of the first meet-
ing of the new year for the Golden
Age Friendship Club of the Miami
Beach YMHA Branch of the Great
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
tei. 1536 Bay rd.
Harry Levin, president, announ-
ced that the affair will take place
Sunday. Sept. 6. 2 p.m.. at the
Miami Beach Branch.
Levin said that any person 55
years of age or older is invited
The program will include dancing
singing, entertainment, celebration
ot birthdays and anniversaries
and refreshments.
Each Sunday, thereafter, the
Golden Age Fnendship club will
meet from 130 to 5 p m
m
Siegel Unveiling
The J<*tii/ation uj u monument
to the memor\ of tht late
ISTHH SIEGEl
uill ta\e place
Semley, Aegest 30th, at 10 .
at \\ ooaMien Jeuiih Cemetery.
S.W 8rh St. and J2nd As*.
Rabbi Yoa^ot Rosenberg -
U'lll officiate.
Mrs Siccel i survived by her
husband, Joseph; daughter. Adcle,
and sin, Irviin
Friends and Relatives
Aie Asked lo Attend.
Greaitc Me marie* Arts Seeerrisieg
To Live m Hesr:* \\'f Lew
Behind U to Live Forme*
5$ PALMER1
[^ MEMORIALS
"Mioi'ioy
Jewis*
Meaeaeef
MatW
Scheduled Unveilings
IT, AUGUST N
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AH. Jabs Cemetery
IAI aad SAAMIE1 KArtAV,
llNoea
Rabbi frting Lehrnn
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AM. fimm AJeaierief
fart Ceasettry
JKMAa IATNER, 1 PJL
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28. 1959
+Jeis*nrk9k*n
Page 13-A
Services This Weekend
L.th VESHURUN. 17080 Colllne
Pi Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
^Cantor Ban Zion Klrachen-
|ATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla ava.
^ot. Rabbi laaae Ever.
30 ii tii Saturday 8:80 am.
What Is 'he True Spirit of
, ., R UllonT"
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Lcme EMES. 25S3 8W Itth ava.
* ,rvat>ve. Maicwell Silberman,
indent.
Ith DAVID 2*35 SW 3rd ava. Can
Vrvative. Rabbi Yaakov Roaanbarg.
antor William W Llpson.
rdar J a m Bar MlUvah: \Mtry.
at Mi a"1' Mrs Maurice Daum:
[aid. son of Mr. and Mra. Cartyle
(aelnian. ___^____
Ith EL "v" 'W 'T*,' tfe. Orthodox.
labbi Solomon Sehiff.
tin 6 l.'i p.m. Saturday 8:30 am.
Iii'ii'm: Tli- Road, of Blessedness."
Ith EMETH. 1HS0 NW 2nd ava.
lonservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
ri. Cantor Hyman Fain.
| Srrmon. "The Idols
Jhln." m-
rH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairia ave. Or-
!doi Rabbi H. Louia Rottman.
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JTH JACOB. 301-311 Waehlngton
Ive. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Starn.
lantor Maurict Mamcheo.
I.,.. |:ir, p.m. Saturdak* 8:30 a.m.
, Tli- True Blessings of
rH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ava.
rthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
4 TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
loi Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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LL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
. Box 34-584. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
April.
)E HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW
lave. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
bl Mandel.
| Sal inlay ?:SD a.m.
ol Bruce
K .il uml Mrs.
Charles I!
HOLER.GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
Conservative. Rabbi Barnard
hoter.
I .-vi:urday S:30 a.m.
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CAMDUUGHTIMG TIME
24 Ab 6:23 p.m.
Levin? ,Un"on- Canter Sherwln
H!5eW-A*!OE*Y- 9* Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HrfLKEA>t.!!FFOnM "WISH CON-
OREQATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Palm
MOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 3030
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Keilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3iyg SW 24th
tar Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky.
Friday :30 p.m. Saturday 8:8 am
Kv.-nlnx aanrtoa Bar Mitivah: Marvin
8.. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Beocae Rosoff.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday S:0 p.m. Saturdav 8:30 m
Sermon: 'Cllmblns; the Mountains of
I Ate."
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Seville. Cantor Berele
Kalemer.
Friday 6.10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Spiritual FVeedom."
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipshitz.
Friday :30 p.m. BataVdjsJf I ..
Bar Mltrvah: Marl.a Leu
J-'oloff. Sermon: "Sacrlfk ;n-
(1 1'rlnclplea."
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Herman
Marchbain-Marbiny
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday S a.m. Bar
MlUvah: Teddy. *.n ..r Mr Uld Mrs
Philip Lelf. who will hoai the Friday
6 Ones; Shabbal In Teddy's
honor
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Youth Leader .Says too Much Emphasis
Is Placed on Money-Leadership Today
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservativa. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
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TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlab
Cantor Davia Convleer.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Canter Ben Gross
berg.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Double
Joy, Double RewiKinsllullly." beuur-
dny 9 a.m. Sermon: "Renewed Spir-
its." Bar Mltzvah: Chares Stone:
Mark Mason.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave.' Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
CANTO* LOUIS COHEN
Israelite Center
Announces Cantor
Israelite Center Wednesday 'an-
nounced the appointment of Louis
Cohen as full time cantor, music
director and member of the facul-
ty of the Israelite Center religious
school.
Cantor Cohen is a lyric tenor,
and has served at Congregation
Ahavas Chesed. Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Congregation Cheb Zedek, Belle
Harbor. L. I., and Monticello Park
Jewish Center in No. Miami Beach.
Cantor and Mrs. Cohen are the
parents of Cantor Lawrence Avery,
of Beth-El Temple, New Rochelle,
N. Y., who is also professor of lit-
urgy at the Hebrew Union School
of Sacred Music in New York.
Cantor Cohen will assume his
duties beginning Sept. 1.
STARLIGHT, PaThe Ameri-
can Jewish community is losing
ome of. its best future potential,
leaderf'becsTBse it emphasizes-af-!
fiuence, rather than education and
leadership ability, the 20-year-old
president of one of the world's
largest Jewish organizations
charged here this week.
"Money talks, and some of our
finest young Jews are turned,
away from active communal id-.
tcrest and participation because
of this practice in the Jewish com-,
munity," Stephen Blank, of Pitts-
burgh, a junior at Dartmouth Col-
lege and the international presi-
dent of Aleph Zadik Aleph,- teen-
age boys division of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, said m'
an address at the organization's
36th annual international conven-
tion.
Some 175 delegates from four
nations, the United States, Canada,
Great Britain and Israel, attended
the six-day parley. In addition, 175
teen-age girls, delegates to the
15th annual international conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith Girls, sister or-
ganization of Aleph Zadik Aleph.
convened here for a separate but
concurrent six-day convention.
Young Blank said that "in a
democratic society, leadership
should bo on the basis of char-
actor, knowledge and education
rather than financial standing
alone. However, persons of
wealth are needed and should be
wanted in positions of loader-
ship provided that they also have
ether qualifications."
The youth leader's remedy is a
stepped-up program of leadership
training for young people with an
emphasis on learning more Juda-
ism and about how the Jewish
community operates. "As young
Jews interested in the future of
the Jewish community, we must
learn all we can about itabout
its goals, conflicts, problems, and
a study of the history of its devel-
opment and an analysis of current
trends."
In another part of his address.
Blank, who recently returned from
a trip to Israel, scored young Jews
who fear having the "dual loyalty"
label hung on them when they ex-
press a sincere interest in Israel's
welfare. "As Jews, our relation-
ship to Israel is unlike that which
we enjoy with other nations. We
cannot pretend there is no differ-
ence. One need not go there-to un-
derstand." he said.
"This, however, in no way in-
terferes with our loyalty to our
homeland. Loyalty is not to a phys-
ical piece of land or person. Loy-
alty is to certain ideals. To me.
both Israel and the United States
embody the same ideals. If either
nation fails to uphold these ideals
my own sense of loyalty demands
that I protest. No Jew should be
ashamed to harbor such senti-
ments.''
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5850 N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabbi Hsrpart
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1648 Polk et.,
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schrslber.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 16th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornatein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Cantor Rnrn^teln re-
turns to chant musical portions of the
liturgy.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Canto'
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
Chunges People?" Pandle Bleaslne:
Urn. Henry Hammersmith: Mrs.
Charles Rosenberg-. Saturday I a.m.
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th at. ano
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can
tor Samuel Qomberg.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "We Usher
In the Month ol Elul with Reverence."
Saturday 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIFEHETH JACOB. 8*1
Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabb'
Leo Heim.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Bleseinits
or CurseeWhich?" Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. S7M SW 17th st
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man.
Saturday 8 a.m. Bar MlUvah: Ira.
son of Mr. and Mra. Eugene Seider.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Canter Albert Olanta.
Friday *:S0 p.m. Sermon: "The Voi.e
of Jacob." One* Shabhot hoots: Mr
and Mrs. Frank Morris. In honor of
the. Bar MltSveJi of their eon. David;
Mra. Lynn Bain. In honor of the Bar
Mltavah of her son, James Loe.
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1854 Weal ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaaei
Services Friday evening and Satur-
No. Shore Center
Will Register
North Shore Jewish Center will
register students Sunday, Aug. 30.
and Sept. 6.
"We are providing for all age
groups and are inaugurating a
foundation school this semester,
announced Zehev Lahav, educa-
tion director.
Nursery and foundation school
meets daily from 9 a.m. to 12 noon,
and tuition fee includes transpor-
tation and mid-morning snack.
The North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter's Sunday school department is
open to students from kindergar-
ten through. confirmation, and
meets weekly on Sunday morning.
Daily Hebrew school will accept
children from the third grade of
| public school and .up. Classes meet
twice during the week and on Sun-
day morning for younger children.
and three times during the week
for older children, with an inten-
sive Jewish education program.
Teachers in every department of
the religious school are fully li-
censed. Lahav and Cantor Edward
Klein, in charge of Bar and Bas
Mitzvah students, will be available
for personal consultation.
Center Adds
Faculty Member
Mrs. Irving Rotman v Wed-
nesday added to the religious
school faculty of the Israelite Cen-
ter. Irving Shalom, education di-
rector, announced.
Mrs. Rotman will also act as as-
sistant youth director to Ronald
KaU.
Max Parness, religious board
chairman, meanwhile said that
tickets for High Holy Day services
at the Israelite Center are now on
sale. Morris Aron is committee
chairman.
Services will be rendered by
Rabbi Morton Malavsky and Can-
tor Louis Cohen.
Awnings were recently installed
outside of the Center's patio, with
Mr. and Mra. Hyman Klrsner as
donors.
day morning. Dally prayer and modi
tatlon
YOUNG ISRAEL. 16780 NE 10th ave
Orthodox.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B
Leon MurwiU. Cantor Meyer Gisser.
Friday ; p.m. Saturday 7:t a-m.
KAMI UNJAMIN KAHH
Rabbi Kahn Heads
Hillel Foundation
WASHINGTONA rabbi, whose
ministry for 19 years has been the
college campus, Wednesday was
named national director of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn. 46,
who joined the B'nai B'rith Hillel
staff in 1940 as director of the
foundation at Pennsylvania State
University, will assume overall di-
rection of the cultural and relig-
ious programs for Jewish students
conducted by B'nai B'rith on the
campuses of 214 colleges and uni-
versities in the United States,
Canada and abroad.
Rabbi Kahn, who was ordain-
ed in 19M by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America,
will take over his new duties
hero Sept. 1. He succeeds Dr.
JueJah Shapiro, who resigned
several months ago.
The Hillel program was begun
36 years ago by B'nai B'rith as
one of its major community service
1 activities. The success of a pilot
! foundation at the University of
j Illinois has since advanced the
I program to colleges throughout
[North America, and to England,
Hplland, South Africa and Israel,
with an estimated Jewish student
enrollment of 150,000. The Hillel
program is also the largest single
employer of rabbis in the world.
A native oi ixiwell, Mass., Rabbi
Kahn was graduated from Har-
vard College and did graduate
work at Columbia University while
wiultancously preparing for the
rabbinats) at the Seminary. Fol-
lowing his ordination he served
for two years as assistant rabbi of
Ai..she Emet Synagogue in Chicago
e entering Hillel service.
Dickman Joins
Monticello Staff
Isidore Dickman, former educa-
ional director of schools both in
Miami and Los Angeles and Oak-
and. Calif., has been appointed a
member of the faculty of the
Monticello Park Jewish Center re-
igious school. Abraham J. Git-
il-on. educational director, an-
nounced.
Dickman. licensed by the Bureau
of Jewish Edudation here, has had
an extensive background in social
work. He served as executive di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Center of Oakland.
He will be jojning a faculty that
includes Gittelson. Mrs. Jack Dia-
mond, and Mrs. Irving Seidel.
Registration for the school will
be held- each weekday from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m.. and Sundays from 9 a.m.
to 12 noon.
Judea Schools
Open Registration
Benjamin Udoff. education direc-
itor of Temple Judea religious
! schools, announces the opening of
j registration -for the fall term.
Offices are open from 9 to 5
p.m.. Monday through Friday.
Opening session of the Hebrew
afternoon school will be Tuesday,
Sept. 8. Sunday school will begin
on Sept. 13, confirmation depart-
ment. 9th and 10th grades, com-
mence Friday, Sept. 11.
Nursery-kindergarten will open
I Tuesday. Sept. 8, with morninij
sessions from 9 to 12 noon. All
children who will be three by Jan.
1 are eligible. Transportation is
available. Nursery school office
will be open from 9 to 12, Monday
through Friday, for information.
Eye Research Grants
Fight for Sight eye research
grants for 1959-60 have been
awarded to the Hadassah Medical
School in Jerusalem and the
Home for Aged and Infirm He-
brews of New York, it was an-
inounced Wednesday by Herbert
Tenser, chairman of the board of
Barton's Bonbonniere and presi-
jdent of the National Council to
Combat Blindness, Inc. Greater
Miami Auxiliary of the Fight for
Sight League is at 420 Lincoln rd.
Mrs. Rhoda M Levine is president.



Poge 14-A
9>Jeistnrrkltor
Fridoy, Augu^ a
m
Bnwi,n, m -* "HIURY mmm
A Book Lit With The Beauty Of The Jewish Soul
.,.....u. M*. of recollection actcr* who hang. arou^jj^courtroom Ther* U t
TEARS AND LAUGHTER IN AN ISRAEL COURT-
ROOM. By Shneor 2. CKesin. Translated from me
Hebrew by Chaiwah Kleinerman. 374 PP- Phil*-
delphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America.
M.00.
|0 OTHER INSTITUTION reflect, so much of to-
dav's life in Israel as does- the court.
in writing I doubt that a non-Jew. for ins ance could
SlJnS5hd 'he nuance, of a **%**%
tirwi and Slander." Jews have such marvelous ways
Libel and Slander
of insulting each other.
and I would like to have
N"daT;s life to Israel as does the court. East and
We*, North and South, nch and poor, great and small ** -~- JTZLT^ asked t<) decide whether street and tne aunR in ine neu oy conspiring
rreet here :n the arguments and att.tudes of litigants been present when *' urt*a jff.c.entlv derogatorv to accord him his aliyah-the honor of being called op
c-e hears echoes of the throbbing heart _of_ an ancient calling 1J*^J^^JI leper" was the Tor.h. (Unfortunately, this was not a m{ 4
acters who hang around Ihsucourtroom
man who sued the Hebrew University because taev
fused to establish a chair for the study and teacfebfll
his new discoverythat the sun and planets rerol.!,
around the earth. There was the Yemenite who pmJS
criminal charges against three other Yemenite* tk
gabbai. the shamash and the reader of his synagopJ
They had. he wrote, "defamed and humiliated him
that his honor had become like unto the dust of'ti,
street and the dung In the fields." by conspiring j^^f
ard restless p.opIe" Shneor Z Chesin. Assistant Chief
, -nee of the Supreme Court of Israel, has over twenty
vc-ars" experience in the courts of Israel, including
service under :he Mandatory government. His book is
qualify as slander. Or whether "
insulting enough to justify recourse to violence
There are chapters on beggars, oath-taking, land-
lords and tenants, matchmakers, and even on the char-
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Individual Merit No Longer Mark of the Man
PROSPERITY IN Amcr
hardening of class lines, creating
a new ard distinct status problem for
the ration's Jew? That :s a com
of "the status seekers." an author.
new study by Vance Packard, author of
"Tie Hidden Persuaders
It had been widely assumed that
higfc living standards would reduce prejudice Instead.
the neannen of class distinction has increased Although
Americans are the world's most self-proclaimed equali-
UliaV people, they are more conscious than ever of the
backrround of fellow citizens
According to Packard's study, status straining has
brought new dimensions to a massive national class >truc-
tare emerging with the new wealth.
The "American Dream" notwithstanding, preoccu-
pation with status is intensifying social stratification
Throughout .America. Packard found. "Jewish people are
singled out more than any other white ethnic category
for such fence building." He found that, in 49 of 50 cities,
the Jews were not considered as meeting local tests for
social acceptability The fact that over 80 percent of
American Jews are now native-born seemed to make lit-
tle difference.
The age of conformity, with its "upgrading urge." is
moving America away from acceptance of human beings
the Torah.
law.)
The book, full of the humor of Jews, is alto fit j
the beauty of the Jewiah soul. There is a remark
story of the defendant who was about to take in
to the effect that he owed the plaintiff nothing. Beta
he had put his hand on the Bible, the plaintiff cityl
out. in a voice trembling with excitement. his (ml
ashen: "Your Honor, a Jew is about to take a false oitif
may God forgive us! I withdraw my complaint. I !#[
give him everything. I will not, God forbid, be the tau*|
of another Jew's swearing to a falsehood!"
A disturbing chapter deals with the tragedy of tkt|
juvenile delinquent when he comes to trial. The greauri
fascination of the book, however, lies in the characttl
of the law which it reveals. Although European iaj|
British principles still abound, "original Hebraic caal
cepts of justice have begun to prevail more and mo*|
in Israeli legislation." The spectacle of judge and U|
gants throwing precepts from Talmud and Torah badtl
and forth, of verdicts coming straight out of Genesu |
Deuteronomy, is literally thrilling. It is here, perhapj
that one realizes the uncomfortable truth of Ben-Gu
remark about Diaspora Jewry and realizes, too, wkaj
it must be like to live fully as a Jew.
on their individual merit They are placed in categories
and groups, with Jews all falling into a neat package.
The growth of bigness of business corporations was
depicted by Packard as a menace to Jews The age of
individual ownership and small businesses was giving way
to the economic need to work in the hierarchy of large
firms under status-conscious superiors Distinct social
tinea were maintained by corporation executives through
elite clubs closed to Jews.
It was found that non-Jews opposing anti-Semitic bar-
rien did so more out of personal friendship for Jewish
friends than for any abstract notion of social justice.
One force causing non-Jews to isolate Jews was iden-
tified as status striving through exclusiveness. "To be
exclusive." said Packard, "you must build fences to ex-
clude those you like to think are not as elite as yourself."
Packard saw a need for a broader, informal friendly
intermingling between Jews and non-Jews as a solution.
He thought more non-Jews should expand their social hori-
zons. But he also concluded that Jews might have con-
structed protective shells thicker than necessary. He
wanted Jews to take a new look at non-Jewish friends,
with a view to building closer friendships.
a- TUL"** tylem w h*Tri?*.*er#R* this nation
disturbed Packard He found it 'a most disheartening ive ^^ Bu(W Adl for ^
situation to find ,n the na ion that poses as a the model dwa .^ Unjvers*.. contestants. On
for the democratic world. ...__
I
from Hollywood:
HERBERT G. LOT
All About a Beauty
Hollywood
ATTENDED the press lunch at 20th
'*.
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Behind the Immigrant Unrest in Israel Today
Jerui
READING ABOUT th,. Oral disl
" ant.'- in Haifa while I Wat ill Nai
robi in Kenya a few we< I re-
ceived the impression that Israel ha.I
suddenly become a nation or. I
civil war
and the Jews from th
communities Arriving back
I found a coutrj where the authorities ami the
kenazi community we recuperating from
a major panic ami begining calmer and more
realistic view ol what happened and what went wi
in Haifa and r where u fen score of
Moroccan immigrants many of them with criminal
record succeeded in Inciting several hundred other
Moroccan Jews to smash windows, stone police pairola
and try to burn some cars.
The basis of all this was a sense of frustration, a
feeling of being discriminate! against because ot their
ethnic origin, which were blamed as the sole reason for
their low economic status.
Before analyzing what is true and what is imagin-
ary in these feelings and impressions, let us brieflv re
capitulate what actually happened.
It all started on July 9 in Haifa when a drunk who
happened to be a Moroccan immigrant, got into an argu-
ment in a cafe and began to throw bottles at the barman
the windows and the other patrons. The owner called
the police-in whose ranks serve many Moroccan immi-
grants together with immigrants from Poland Germanv
and Iraq. When the drunk attacked the police patroi
one of the policemen took out his service revolver and
fired a single shot which wounded the drunk.
The news quickly reached the teeming Wadi Salib
quarter but by that time it took the proportion of rumors
about a major massacre of Moroccan immigrants A
demonstration got organized, apparently fairly spontan-
eously. The police, shocked by the fact that one of
their own men touched off the trouble by using his gun
unnecessarily, let the demonstration take place without
of the cafe incident tried to avoid firm action until the
affair was approaching riot proportions Even then.
after having arrested several rioters, police rele
them without bail shortly afterward
Shortly afterward trouble broke out in Migdal Hae-
mek Scores of new immigrants of that village wore.
employed b) the Mlnistrj of Agriculture in afforestation
work, on a fixed daily wage basil When recently all
afforestation wai transferred to On National
Fund, they introduced their regular norm system
basis for calculating wages, instead ol daily
'
after the Haifa disturbance.- the im-
wai ccated that the) ware part of the tame
affair Few^noticed a when several days later it was
established that there was no connection between the
this occasion. I met Rina Issacov, the
Miss Israel of 1959. The 19-year-old
brunette beauty told me that she is a
Sabra. born in Tel Aviv of Eastern Eu-
ropean immigrants. Her father is a commercial
in Tel Aviv. She had never before been outside of.
Though Rina had no theatrical training, she is being I
at the present time for a possible lead in the BL
multi-million dollar epic, "The Story of Ruth." totwi-.
duced by Samuel G. Engel for Fox, from a screen plijtj
Norman Corwan. Others to be considered for the
picture are Helene Savlgny, Miss Belgium; Vera
Miss Brazil, and Carmela Kunzel. Miss Germany-si
| likely choice to portray one of the people of the Bo*
t. the screen.

Shooting has been completed at Universal-
national Studios on the most expensive motion r-
ever made in Hollywood, the $9 million Kirk Douglas,
duction of 'Spartacus." from the novel by Howard f
i o-'arnng Laurence Oliver, Tony Curtis. Jean
Charles Uughton and Peter Ustinov. While there
been more costly films, notably the $15 million "Bea
these pictures have been made largely on location*
rope. Spartacus." conceived and produced by star'
Douglas. w.i> shot entirely in Hollywood, under St
Kubrick's direction. There is another first in "SJ-.
cua." Kubrick, son of a Jewish doctor from NewJ]
^fity is. at 31. the youngest man ever to guide a J
.million dollar screen epic.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Seven Hours Later, Anita Still Sat Listening
ANITA ENGLE. whose column "A
Mother in Israel" has been appear
ing widely in the English-Jewish press
of the United States in recent years has
just published a book, by the Hogarth
Press of London, called "The Nili Spies "
a fascinating story of one of the most
intriguing chapters in the history of the
y.shuv in Palestine. In the course of
our correspondence, I asked Anita hnl .
the theme, an epic whose deeper SL2an, I* UPD
been fully essayed. .nd?h^he?rl3y^ "* *
One morning six years ago I walked '--- -
hindrance. While this demonstration was stowTy^div
persing (after Us participants realized that the whole ftjftT *|hl of tPreSnJli,^ courtVS
business was about a single drunk), back in Wadi Salib '^? u^6"1' ^"8 ^cide wh'ch oT f
another demonstration got under way. this time not so t0' 5 W" a choice w"ch not only chani-ed tL^l l !
spontaneously. w so my career as a writer but h. W?.. e toan* *
mJSS?2" core of goon, and criminal, ^Th^turTeS ^ ? SST22
Assausfied elements of the slum area began smashing fe,ed """"-------
snop windows, stoning policemen and trying to ignite
1 ^ Ala*. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ nn.the '"-W.2rS55rS
had died If I had gone there I would have found
no guide at all. or a tittle Zichronite of about 11
reluctantly handed out a few details.
But something impelled ma to knock at the aaw
the pink, shady house on the right of the park, the I
home of the family, as I found out later, and usual
red to the public. Through the screen door I co*
an enormous, touselled headed woman sitting at a
desk in a far corner.
I've come to get the story of Sara Aaronsohn'si
tionship with T. E. Lawrence." I told her crisply.. *
wanted to get back to Haifa by it, and it *
nine. "Can you tell me about it?"
She looked at me blandly. "I can. But **1,
down." Seven hours later I was atill sitting t"*j
was the history of the Aaronaohn family that she rew_
to me. and the story of Nlli. Bora I heard tor tM
time of that crude, compassionate, iron willed
Aaron Aaronaohn, the first scientist, the first
JL0*,"*"* *ly has set .sid??, Tme^S. 7* fl* reho" l"l He had thrown op everythW Jj
here Aaron Aaronaohn, the world-f.mlT memoril. for himself at the head of the sav oreawtatk* !
worked and studied, a* here^lX, SSjelaS S*- ***** ^"l^EZX*^ *


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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|l.TM'K IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to cnmnc
uslncaa under the fictitious name
AKII'.MKW AIRCRAFT SI'PPI.Y
,ii 3120 N.W. r.9th Avenue, In-
in register said name,with the
Ik ill iIn- <"licult Court of Dads
In: v. Florida.
JANE K. MEDINA
l.riS (>. MEDINA
I i'l-?.. 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTM'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
! desiring to i'iikiiki- in
s under the fictitious name of
y\\f\ S I.HJlTiRS at Ml N W. Srd
ihtend* in register hhIiI name
the < 'li rk "f the < "irciilt t'liui t of
fnuntv, fv
MARTY HELLER, aole owner
l/ll-W. 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
h'l'l'i: In HEREBY GIVEN thiil
nderalgned, desiring to engage In
e** umli-r the fictitious name of
BAILEES SEN DRIER at Ver-
Hotel. 3425 Collins Avenue,
Beach, Ma ."Intend* to register
In.inie with the Clerk of the Clr-
I Court nf Hade County. Florida.
IHLRERT NICHTKR. aole owner
fX A EPSTEIN
Jrney fur A|>pluanl
Lincoln Road
1/11-i*. S/4-11
F
DTI
i ;
I |
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAMC LAW
E IS HEREBY OIVKy that
:er*lgned. desiring to engage In
- under the flctlttoue name of
.Kit SlI'lB STORE at 1*11 W.
St Miami It, Fla., intrnda
-in said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
VNNAH SCTTON. aole owner
8/11-II. 1/4-11
LIGAL NOTICE
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47337
IN RE: Estate of
SYI.VIA I'.KCKMAN aim known
as SINNY GAER
IVrMnrd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person- Hav-
ing- Claim* or Demand* Against Said
You are herehy notified and requir-
ed in present any claim* ami demand*
which vou m:i\ aualnst the
estate of SYLVIA BBCKMAN, also
known a* SINNY OAElt
late of Hade County. Morhla. to the
County Judge* of Hade County and
file the name In their office* in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Forlda, within eight calendar month*
from the date of the flist puMI
in mi,: or i '. earn* win in barred
SAM HKCK.VAN. a.- Executor
Of Hie Estate of SYLVIA BECK-
man. alao known as si'NNV QAER
QEORGE CHEREN, Attorney
SOT olymnla Building
Miami, Morlda
8/31-28.1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the lin.: ,,lg to engage In
ts under tin fictitious name i,f
I -'LAMINCu HHY CLEANERS *
I.AINI'ltV at IBIS N.W, 17 Am- in-
tend,, lo register *aiil nun.- with the
Clerk of the Circuit Curt Of D.i.l-
County, Florida
MAXWELL SCHWARTZ.
Bola i iwner
14-n-ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. C 7367
FIDELITY MORTGAGE CO., IMC,
.. I lot Ida i orporatlon.
Plaintiff,
v*.
TROY WARD anil MA NIK WARD,
hi* wife.
Defendant*.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: TROY WARD and MAXIB
WARD, hi* wife
co HOMER HASS
Colorado City, Texas
TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that,)
a Complaint to Foreclose a mortgage
has been filed against you and each
of you. That the property sought to
be foreclosed I* described aa:
la.t Fourteen (14) In Block Six (6)
of IVBB ESTATES SECTION ONE.
a subdivision of Dade County, Mor-
lda, according to the Plat thereof,
recorded In Plat Book T.7 at Page 74
of the Public Records of Dade
County. Morlda; together with all
furniture, furnl*hings and fixtures
and any replacement* thereof which
are now or may hereafter be located
and situate on the above described
property.
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve a copy of your answer to the
complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney,
GEORGE CHEREN, 607 Olympla
Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file
the original Anawer In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Mi-
ami. Dade County, Morlda on or
before the 8th day of September. 1959
otherwise the allegation* of said
Complain! will he taken as confessed
against >ou.
DATED the 3rd day of August. 19".9
at .Miami. Dad* County. Florida.
E II LEATHERMAN.
Clerk- of the circuit Court
fatal) By k. m lyman.
Deputy clerk.
s 7-14-21-!*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 7360
ROSELLA McBURROWB,
Plaintiff.
n
I. I: UcBCRROWS,
1 leli nilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< >: I. H MtBl'RROWS
Rout* 1
Finleyson. i lei
You an- hen bj notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce ha-, been filed
Hlialllst vim. a till irOU are re.|iilre.l I"
*erve a copy of yojjr Answer on the
Plaintiffs attorn.v, BERNARD 4-.
WEKRLER, 30* Industrial Bank Build
Ins. Miami 32. Morlda and file the
original thereof In the office of th.-
Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi be-
fore the 7th day of September, Its*.
If you fail to ilo *o. otherwise, the
allegation* of said Complaint will h.
taken an confessed hy you.
Dated at Miami. Morlda. tnl* 3rd
day of AitguM. AD. 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Morlda
(seal) B] K. II LYM \N.
Deputy clerk.
8/7-14-21-28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
PJki*l> Ihridiar
"solicits your legal notice*.
Wn appreciate yoa-f
patronage and guarantee
accurate ssrric* at I**;:*,
ralen .
Phone FR 4-4366
tor mesaenqer aarrlcw
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
BEL TEL ANSWEItPHONE SERV-
ICE CLl'B: BEI^TKL ANSWERING
SERVICE CLL'B: BEL -TEL PHONE
SERVICE CUB: intends to register
said name* with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, and In
Other part* of the State of Morlda.
PARAMOCNT ADVERTISING.
PUBLIC RELATIONS *
PROMOTIONS. INC.
I/14-I1-M.I/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
pTh'E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under*lgned, desiring to engage In
Hess under the fictitious name of
: S SHOE STORE at TTO N I
I A"-. Miami Intends to register
with the Clerk ofth'
lUttty, Morlda.
. WILLIAM II SPIRER
W 1M I I1RENNER
Irti.y fr Applicant
..lliolll Riiud
8/14-21-2*. 9/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
ADVANCE RESEARCH Bt'REAC at
1101 Congre** Building Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EDWARD .1 .IAPHE
WKL1.1SCII. DOCiiHEItTY & ZAIAC
Alto: in vs for Advance
Reae.rch Bureau. g/u.,,.2, ,
Mitalwp.
rCCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
FINANCING
WAREHOUSE LOANS
FACTORING
)UIPMENT FINANCING
| COMMERCIAL PAfTR
Phone: TUxedo 8-7551
i 09 N.W. 36th Street
[Miami Springs. Florida
H S GRUBER
PRESIDENT
iEORGE J TALIANOFF
:MAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the-un.letsii.Mi. il desiring to engage In
hiislne** under the fictitious name of
I1AS at Miami. Florid* Intend* to register said
ii.urn- \\ <\\ Clerk of the I
Court of ind. I '- Hot Ida.
THE INTERNATIONAL ART
SHOW. INC a I ration
PAUL W. WATSON.
President
MARVIN ALAN ReSMAN
Attorney for The Intern.i
Art Show, Inc.
8/14-21-28. 9/4
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C6385
ROSE T RICGI.
Plaintiff,
vs.
I.IBORIO RIOGI.
'NOT,CaEn,.Y PUBLICATION
Ti < LIBORIO RKHil
Address I'nknown
IJBORIO Hl'i'll are h*h>"
of Complaint for
Divorce haa ben filed against yon.
Ml are required to serv* a copy
f row Answ.r or l-leading jo the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaint fr*
Attorney aNcei.i. A. A'-'"" Aln:
ilMlnt. Miami U, Florida and
,>.-lnal Answer or Pleadlnff
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit curt on or before the Mh day
of bVptember. 1'.' u fall to do
s... Inrtgtnenl dt will be taken
f demanded
..( lomtdalnt
This nntti
Miami
DOVE >M' -r,.KI' *l "in
Florida day of Auguat. A.LJ.
-
t tea ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 47113
In RE: Estate of
ANNA ROSENHECK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and dema-id*
which you may have against the
estate of ANNA ROSENHECK. de-
ceased late of Made County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
Cubllcatlon hereof, or the same will be
aired.
ETTA WEISSHEROER.
Executrix.
LEONARD H. RCB1N
A ttorncy
lill Metropolitan Bank Bidg.
Miami 32. Florida
l/14-Il-i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is herehy given that
the undersigned, dealrlng to ancac* In
s under the fictitious name of
i:r\l VENDOR BBRVICE at 1&'|6
i.W, fith Street. Miami, lhide Coun-
ty, Florida, Intends to reclatei
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Made County. Florida.'
HENRY K SiLla>WAY
Sole Owner
l/T-14-tt-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under (he fictitious name of
HARMONY APARTMENTS at 10.19
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla..
Intend to register said name.with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
, JACK and OLOA KAHN
124 11th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
S714-21-4*. 9'4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. 5*C 7333
CEIL MESKO,
Plaintiff.
JOHN MESKO,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN MESKO
Defendant
S4 Zlegler Avenue
Linden. New Jersey
YOI'ABE HERE HY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce haa be*n
filed against you. and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer on the Plaintiff1* Attorney.
ANGBLO A. ALL 1103 Ain*ley Build-
ing. Miami 32, Florida, and file the
original anawer In the office of tile
Clerk of the Ctreult court oa be-
fore the 21st day of September. 15,
or the allegation* will be taken aa
confessed Hgajnst you.
DATED a i Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 18th day of August. 1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Made County. Florida
B> K If. LYMAN.
Dcputv clerk
s ;'l -II | '4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. t signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHARLOTTES DRESS SHOP at 1474
N W '.i'.IIi Kin. I. Miami. Int. lid* to
register said name with the clerk of
the circuit Court of Dad* County,
Fl.nida.
i-IIAI'.LnTTrrS I67S, INC
!'.> Sheldon .1. Schlestnger.
lary
SHELDON .1 BCHLBRINGER
Attorney for Charlotte-* 1676. Inc.
s'7-14-21-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH(
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 5C 7931
PAULINE VADEN COATB8,
Plaintiff.
wii.i.iam -t. \i:i:n.' : COaVuS,
I i.teltilailt
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO WILLIAM CLARENCE COATB8
(Iladys, Virginia
Vi il" ARE HERE BY M rTIFlED that
Complaint for DlToree ha* be*n
filed against you, and you are hereby
required to *erve a cop] of your m-
nwer to the Comijlaint for MI\o' e on
Plaintiffs attorney* and file the orlgr
inal Answer in the office of tin- Clerk
of the Circuit Court .m or nefors the
21*1 day of September. l."i; other-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltlou* name of
CECELIA BROOKS MIAMI BEACH
REAL ESTATE LICENSE EXAM
school at l.">7 Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Morlda.
CECELIA BROOKS. Sole Owner
8/14-21-21. 9/4H
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CHANCERY No. WC 7309
EVE MAE TEMPLE. Plaintiff.
va
GEORGE JOHN TEMPLE, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, GEORGE JOHN TEMPLE,
ADDRES8 UNKNOWN, are notified
to serve a copy of your answer to
the complaint on plaintiff's attorneys.
Engel and Housen. 345 Bi*cayne
Building. Miami, Florida, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court, on or before September
I, 1159, otherwise complaint will be
confessed bv you.
Dated. July 31. 1ST.9.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: w\i W. stocking.
Deputy Clerk.
1/7-14-21-2*
-mi nn j \ri c |'i' ..----. -. -.---- -
wise, the allegations of said Comidaint
I for Divorce will be taken a* eonfesve*
against you.
Mated ihls Itth day of August. 1->I.
E. B LBATHI-UtMAN. Clerk. .
circuit Curt. Dade County, Florida
I seal) B| R H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
TALIANOFF WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Bech. Morlda ^.^ ^.^
iN
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN, thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business 'under the fictitious name of
LOP RAUCHMAN MOTORS at 3100
N W llth Stie.i, Miami Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
ri of Made County.
'lot'
l.o'.ls RAl'CHMAN, Role Owner
I 1 l-ll-M, 9'4
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA" IN PROBATE
No. 46944-B
K1-: Estate Of
SAM YEGELOVVITZ n/k/a
SAMCEL YEC.EMlWiTZ,
sased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
You a:, beralty notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demand*
which vou may have against the
estate of HAM YBGELOWITZ a/k/a
SAMCEL YBGELOWITZ, de-
late of I>ade County. Florida to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their office* In the
County Courthouse In I>ade County.
Florida, within eight calendar month*
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
EDWARD ROSBN, Executor
ENOI.ANDER & TENDRICH
Attorneys
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Flerlda ..,,_,
NOTJCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ORIGINAL ERSHOWSKY'S at 1 tr.3
1 Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
said name with
Ihe Clerk of th. Circuit Court of
Dade i ".mntv. Flm Ida
,CK ER8HOWHKT
HARRY
s B-a i-ii
M
ANi'iLLn \ A LI .,
Attorn. tlnflff
1103 Alnsley Building
Miami IX Florida
1,7-14-21-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ig to eng*
lltiou* nan
I. s-Al E>
! St., Miami Intend* to register *ald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
lout I of Dade i
M. GRANT. INC.
,*l-tt, 1/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. 59C 7699
LINDA BUCKLES,
Plaintiff
TROY BUCKLES,
I '.-fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mr. Troi Bin kle*
Rout! Si
Ellxaliethton. Tennessee
You TROY BL'CKLES
notified that a Bui of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you
ami you me required to serve copi
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BENNETT id POPPER.
Dixie Highway. Kendall :.S.
Florida and .file th* original I
idlna In tlie office of the Clerk
of ihe Circuit Court on or before the
21st day of September. RtiS. If yoti
fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against fou for th* re-
lief demanded In the Bill of com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at
Florida, this 13th day of August. A.D.
IHV.i
E B LEATHERMAN. -C'lerk,
Circuit Court. Dude Countv, Florida
(s.ali By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk
BENNETT POPPER
9629 S. Dixie Highway
Kendall S6. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
I 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 45254
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB MILLER
Itereased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons HaV-
Ing Claims >r Demands Against 8ald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaeat any clAim* and demand*
which vou may have against ttie
estate of JACOB MILLER deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to Uie
County Judges of Dade County, apd
In their offices i ue
Countv Courthouse m Dade County.
FlorMa, Within eight calendar months
from "f th.- fll -t pablb .' ion
hereof, or tin same will he barred.
NNA MILLER
LILLIAN Mill i:i:
i:\. nt11
BEN ESSEN. Attorn. )
in| I Seybold Building
1 lot ida.
I 1-11
ifc THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 44804
IN RB: Estate ..'
ISRAEL ROSEN
I i i-ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .....I All IVmntiii Har-
Ing Claims or l>emands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
preaenl any claims and demands
which vou n against the
of ISIIXKL ROSEN' .le. eased
f Dade Countv. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade Countv. and
file the same in theli offices In th*
Count) Courthouse in Dade County.
I-1 i Idjt. wlthjn eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
f. or the same will he barred.
SEYMOI'R ROSEN
Executor
Attorney
1014 Si v hold Building
Miami. Florida
1 24, 9/4-11
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rridqY< Augu28
I
1SS
Secrecy Shrouds Gurion
Vacation Trip to France
JERUSALEM-4JTA>_Priii>e MiniaUr David BenCurion, a
officially confirmed this week, is vacationing in France He left u^
under such conditions of secrecy that some of his associates nl
Israeli Cabinet did not even know of his departure until the c
meeting two days later.
,The Ben-Curions were officially I
welcomed to France by M. Haaa complete rest. His physici.
Picard. Prefect of Marseilles, when ommended a sea vovage ;
previous occasions. Mr Benrm
accepted the advice of lsry
cunty officers and agreed
complete blackout on his i
ments.
The Ben-Gurion parly r
Haifa -port by a circuitous
and boarded the liner only |
momenta before its sch
sailing. As oon as the
boarded the ship, the gang
was hauled in and the ship
out to sea.
Paul Perach-Kwitney, local attorney and son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney, in-
structors at the Hebrew Academy, now visit-
ing in Israel, is shown above turning over the
keys to the ambulance presented to Mogen
David Adorn by students of the Academy.
Shown accepting the keys on behalf of Mogen
David is Mordechai Penn. executive director
of the organization. The ambulance will serve
Bet Shemesh area in the Jerusalem corridor.
Veterans Send Resolves to Capitol
Continued from Page 1-A
on the steady flow of oil from the
Middle East." and recommended
the following:
1. The I'mted States shall de-
clare its intention to guarantee the
territorial integrity of the Arab
- and Israel against both di-
and indirect aggression, and
shall, if necessary, continue to'
maintain troops in the area upon
request ot any of these nations
which .s subjected to such aggres-
sion.
Florida ADL Maps
tana Talks
Daytt
Florida State Ann Defamation
League leadership training confer-
ence will be held from Friday
through Sunday at the Sun N' Sand
motel in Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Bernard Supworth. Anti-
Defamation League co-chairman
of the Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters
announced that the sessions will
be devoted to a consideration of
the vital subjects affecting the
Jewish community in Florida.
Included among matters to bo
discussed at the workshop con-
ference will be the furtherance
of educational work by B'nai
B'ritti ledges and chapters
throughout the state, and espe-
cially "the need to continue tfce
partrayal of the Jew in a posi-
tive vein to combat the wealth
of anti-Semitic negative propa-
ganda."
A David Rayvis. ADL co-chair-
man of the Florida State Feden-
Uon of B nai B nth lodges and
chapters, said that there will be
representation from B'nai B nth
groups throughout Florida.
Consultants at the workshop will
be Rev. William K. Williams, di-
rector of the Florida Council o-i
Human Relations. Mrs. Nate Perl-
sautter. and Arthur Spiegel, of the
Anu-Deiamauoa League office.
I The United States shall de-
clare its continued support for
the stationing of United Nations
observers and police forces in
the Middle East to preserve ter-
ritorial integrity, thus permit-
ting the departure of American
troops from the area.
3 The I'mted States shall stim-
ulate peace negotiations between
Israel and the Arab states which
>hall include the resettlement of
the bulk of the Arab refugees in '
the unpopulated Arab slates, mak-
ing permanent the existing bound-
aries in the Middle East, and the
opening of the Suei Canal to Israel
shipping
4. The United States, to raise the
living standards of the common
man in the Middle East, shall de
clare its intentions to support an
expanded program of economic
aid for the Middle East countries
which should include immediate
implementation of the Johnston
Plan for the Development of the
Jordan River Valley. It should also
establish a Middle East Develop-
ment Agency under UN auspices
which >hould be financed by a per-
centage ot area revenues from
Middle East and capital-exporting
companies of the world
S. The. United State*, in con-
cert with the countries of West-
em Europe, should provide) the
capital for building of set pipe-
lines of sufficient siso in Israel
from Eilat to the Mediterranean
coast, thus reducing Western
Europe's dependence on the
Suei Canal for the shipment of
oil from the Persian Gulf wells.
*- The United States shall de-
clare its intention to adopt a new
Policy in the Middle East which
ill permit the expansion of NATO
by inviting the countries of the
Middle East and North Africa to
join NATO with the understand
mg that these nations subscribe to
and support the present treaty ob-
ligations of the NATO countries, j
thev disembarked. The Israel Env
boas) in Paris told all inquirers
'that the Prime Minister was on
vacation, was in France only for
.a rest, and would have no meet-
; ings of an official nature while
; m France.)
Correspondents had bast* in-
formed in advance of Mr. Ben-
Gurion's departure, but a strict
security ban prevented any dis-
closure until his arrival at Mar-
seilles was reported.
Mr. Ben-Ciurion, accompanied by
' his wife and two aides, sailed from
Haifa aboard the Israeli liner
Theodor Herzl. Reservations were
made for an unidentified person-
I age. and the line .and the ship's
crew were not aware of the per-
sonage's identity until the Ben-
Uurion party boarded the liner.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. who underwent
a physical checkup last week and
was given a clean bill of health,
was ordered however, to take a
Dr. lehrman at Conferetcf
Dr. Irving Lehrman. sp
leader of Temple Emanu-H,
week represented the Syna|
Council of America at a nit.
conference on "The Law aa||
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with the President's committ|
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A very small going away six-some tor Rltter
and Dorothy Levinson, who are off for Mexico
. Dave and Lyra Haber and the Levinsons had
cocktails at the William Brenners on South Shore
dr., and then to dinner Hitter and Dorothy
must like Mexicoits their third trip ... Re-
member Irene Farr? She's now Mrs. Milton
|Scbesifl-er- of Sumter, S.C. Irene and Milt are now announcing
their : rst grandson Baby belongs to daughter and son-in-law
Merle and Joe Lefkoff, of Atlanta Trend of the times torn
from tV page* ot tJ>e women's section: Irv Katz looking fit as a*
fiddlt having a bathing suit conference at the Boney Plaza Cabana
Club \*!th Dean Lessner and Harold Ruby ...
linked in a booth in the Fentainebleau coffee shop. Mrs. Anna
Corr-r and Mrs. Augusta Gold, busily engaged in talking and
L,tinr 'unch Stage Door Johnnies: Aaron Farr. Milton Fried-
man, t.torge Saluk and Mike Specter back Mage at the Grove
|Tbeatr to see Carol Bruce playing in Pal Joey ... It all brought
Lack rostalgic memories of by-gone days, when Carol made her
I first bit hit at the Vanderbilt hotel Mike was her first manager
. Arc! she sang one of Aaron's songs, "I'm Not Allergic to You,"
I ai the old Royal Palm Club.

Fcrtieth anniversary luncheon honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry
IScisortk. 5930 Alton rd., was held at the Algiers hotel on Sunday
Hosts were the couple's daughters and sons-in-law, Dr. and
[Mrs Julian Rickles and Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Goldberger .
IAmori the many guests were their sister and brother-in-law. Mr.
land Mrs. Sam Halpern, of East Orange, NJ. Post card to
iSocialr.e from Jennie and Harry Gordon, with stamp cancelled in
[Buer. Aires Note from Mrs. Milton (Lane) Coleman, vice
[presicir.t of International Tours, who is in Israel after an intensive
[tour u the conlinent Lovely reception followed the wedding of
C.rv Sylvia Stone to Richard Allen Myers last Sunday in the
Nap<'>on room of the DeauviUe Harry and Rose Genethe's
the D; lie Paper Co. execoff to New York for a wedding Then
[on to Ml. Clemens. Mich., for a well earned vacation The couple
I will rtturn to their 5101 Lakeview dr. home Oct. 14.
S:m Steen. national historian of Am vets, will represent the
[local ..-oup at the 15th annual national convention, which opens
[on the weekend at Grand Rapids, Mich. Sam. former Florida
[state commander, is also serving as commander of the Hialeah
[Bumm-- and Professional Post 100 Before reaching his des-
tination, he'll make a stopover at Boston, Mass., to visit the Harry
IDane family, among other of his relations Sam will also visit
hi> si>t< r and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mitler and son. of New-
Iport. R.I. Sam, wife Shirley, and daughters Sharon and Laurel
Imake their home in Hialeah .
Mr and Mrs. Ralph (Sophie) Whitehouse. of 15131 NE 9th
lave., V Miami Beach, have Just returned from their summer
lvacati.-n in the North They spent tease time visiting Sophie's
[mother, Mrs. B. Devorsetz, of Syracuse, N.Y., and other relative*
[in Bridgeport, Conn. Sophie's president of Temple Sinai Sister-
hood Mr. and Mr*. Sam (Nettie) Lubell. of 680 NE 132nd St.,
v Miami, are back from Toledo, O., where they visited their
[children. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lubell. and family Nettie is
[second vice president of Temple Sinai, with Sam doing the honors
las vic< president of the Temple.
S M
Elsie Schwab* was in the library getting a copy of the Bridge
I of San Luis Rey She and Florence Keisch have just come back
from ail the country described in the classic novel ... On the west
coa.t of South America, they had a wonderful trip, including a tour
in the Andes to Cuzca where Elsie and Florence had to be adminis-
tered pure oxygen because of the extreme altitude The colored
pictures they have been showing friends since their return are
| absolutely gorgeous .
Not Generally Known Dept. Twins Mona Louise and Sunny
| Stephanie Glasser were named for Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise
They just had a dreamy "girls only" party for the gal they
I were with at camp .
Surprise stork shower tendered for Mrs. Jerry Menaker by
I her sister-in-law. Mrs. Alan Jackson, 525 NE 138th St.. Miami, in
! the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel last Saturday The
[former Elise Kosch and the hostess, who was Joan Menaker, were
both married at the hotel a year ago.
9*
It was a 25th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Bert
(Ada) Scher, 76 Shore dr. W., on Aug. 19 Surprise party was
at the home of Mr. and Mis. Frank Rose. 121 Shore dr. W. .
The Hoses invited the Schers over for "cocktails," and found a
huge party of well-wishers: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bakst. Mr. and
Airs Max Handshu. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Frame, the Herbert
Edelsteins, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross, the Harry Rievmans, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris HorowitzAda's folksand Mr. and Mrs. George
( "hen Also present was son Kenneth, a student at Stetson U.
Younger son Arthur is* away at camp The SchersBert's
the Breakstone exec herewere married in New York and came
here in 1944 .
Also: Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Kravitz celebrated their tenth
wedding anniversary Friday, Aug. 21 Harold, wife Betty and
children Shelley and Ricky make their home in Deer Park, Hialeah
; fhe family has just returned from a month's stay in Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., where they visited Betty's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Berke.
9*
Good news for dieters It's easy to count calories in Tel ,
i 'v Card from Mrs. Arthur (Bob) Treister says a glass of
Lifrt p *nd iCe cr*,m C08ts do,1*f ffte tnere Alex
*"Q Hose Kogan write from Russia that they love every minute
l every single thing ...
Cl'te young miss in a crisp sailor dress and pony tail Sara
one Stevens accompanying her mother. Mrs. Bernard (Sue)
Kt -t0 th* tint executive board meeting of the season of the
preside1?11 Jewish Won>en's Organizations Sue's a vice
lion nir'.Knd Mr* Samuel G. Kling attended the President's recep-
Sam v America" Bar Assn. convention at the Americana .
m. Your Marriage Counselor" of The Jewish Floridian, is a
d~1U(
oman s
"World
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, August 28, 1959
Section B
Discussing plans for the unique French-Israel
Fashion Festival, to take place in Miami on-
Oct. 22 at"the Fontainebleau hotel, are Mrs.
Jack Popick. Miami Beach chairman of the
Women's Division for Israel Bonds; Mrs. Paul
Jerri Pollak, Fashion Festival chairman; Mrs.
Jack Katzman, Greater Miami Israel Bonds
Sponsor chairman; and Mrs. Betty Feuer.
Latest creations by leading Paris couturiers
will be displayed at the Fashion Festival,
which will climax a month-long French-Israel
Festival of Friendship.
Launch Women's Leadership Training
The biggest free program of
women's leadership training will
be launched here Tuesday under
auspices of the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations, it
was announced by Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, FJWO president.
Enlarging the scope and subject
matter of last year's "classes,"
Mrs. Lehman said the 1960 version
will be called "The Tuesday Se-
ries," and will run four consecu-
tive weeks, beginning with the
Sept. 1 session.
The leadership courses for Mi-
ami Beach women will be held in
the Community Room of the Mi-
ami Beach Federal Savings Bank,
407 Lincoln rd., starting at 9:30
a.m. to 12 noon.
A second "Tuesday Series'" to
accommodate presidents of Miami
and adjacent cities will be held on
the other side of the Bay in Octo-
ber, Mrs. Lehman announced.
"As the central organization
representing more than 100 wom-
en's groups and chapters, FJWO
has assumed the. responsibility of
seeking out and training new lead-
ers so they can provide inspired
and informed direction to their
clubs," Mrs. Lehman pointed out.
revealing the "Tuesday Series"
for the first time.
Outlining the variety of subjects
to be offered by some of Dade
county's top women, Mrs. Lehman
said that the first half of each
class will"be devoted to an analy-
sis of leadership techniques, with
Mrs. Bernard Stevens presiding.
On Sept. 1 and 8 subjects for.dis-
cussion will also include "Platform
Effectiveness," "Public Speaking
for the President," "Hew to
Make Your Point," and "Verbal-
izing Your Idea."
Mrs. Stevens conducted the orig-
inal set of leadership development
courses in 1956. She was selected
as "Dade's Outstanding Woman
Leader" and winner of the Past
Presidents Leadership Award, of-
fered annually by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
On Sept. 15. at 9:30 a.m., the
leadership techniques session will
be repeated by Mrs. Stevens, fol-
lowed by a "program clinic" from
10:30 to noon, conducted by Mrs.
Henry Wernick, vice president of
FJWO in charge of programming.
At the Sept. 22 session of "The
Tuesday Series." Mrs. Robert Le-
win will conduct a course on "Re-
cruiting, Integrating, and Retain-
ing Your Members."
At the final Beach training ses-
sion on Sept. 29. Mrs. Samuel.Z.
Sakrais will preside at a "Fund-
Raising Clinic." Organization
fund-raising chairmen will learn
about effective techniques foe con-
ducting volunteer recruiting pro-
grams, developing work commit-
tees, and assisting in the annual
Combined Jewish Appeal and the
United Fund drives.
(or lamia
Sisterhood w
ui stan iis aoDuc
lames wim a xici
Continued n 7-B
off brunch Monday noon in Sklar Auditorium of the Temple.
Meedames Jack Greenberg (right) and Martin Kaufman are
chairmen of the project, which will continue every Monday
noon at the Temple. Funds raised will help support the re-
ligious school.
Buffet Reception
At B'nai Sholom
Temple B'nai Sholom will hold
a buffet reception for new and
prospective members Sunday. 6:30
p.m., at the new Temple building,
16800 NW 22nd ave.
The building is nearing comple-
tion and is the culmination of five
years of effort on the part of the
congregation's membership.
Mrs. Marvin Kritzer is chairman
of the combined membership com-
mittee, which consists of Mrs.
Judd Merl. Samuel Oltchick, Mrs.
Stanley Bell, co-chairmen Mrs.
Dave Silver, Mrs. Harold Berko-
witx, Mrs. Samuel Oltchick. Sey-
mour Jaffee, and Martin Lewis.




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Friday, Augu* 28
Truman to Address
Hadassah Confab
Leadership SBfcT
>RKFormer President
Harry S Truman will addre.-
..rinual national-convention of
Hada--
\merica. which wffl
be held in Si Louis. Mo. Sept. 13
..'-. 16
Pr Miriam K. Freun-
that
n will be the principal
e opening plenary
ention on Sun
day ever 13
Pr 1*1 IIMil said that the con-,
will also be addressed by
S Flemming. Secret.;
Health. Education and Welfare.
The four-day Hadassah conven-
tion w:Il formulate Hadassahs pro-
gram for the United States and
Israel for the next 12 months.
More than 2.500 delegates and
guests, representing Hadassahs
Beach Chapter
Plans 'Coffees1
Starlint^hft. 2 with a."nfc.J
at the DiLido hotel for m^T I
.ship sponsor committees udH
c*es similar (<>...... ,,
held at homes for 3700 all*
| of Miami Beach chapter"?^
Extending through Ucto^H
lionally designated 3b HadiJ
Membership Month, the prZm
welcomes new members a!*3
as the opportunity to meet htm
members.
Mrs. Maurice Cahn. of th
organised Esther group, spoii
coordinator.
Mrs Edward Holofcener is
bership vice president. Mrs. W
eph Shapiro is president ofthe mJ
ami Beach chapter of Hadassi. '
Going over plans for the annual national convention of the
Yeshiva University Women's Organization are (left to right)
Mrs. Joseph S. Greenberg. of Brooklyn. N.Y.. national pres-
_ :_____UI_l__-' .< V.J, fit*. .^ rw...,4-,,l
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, {resi-
dent of the Federation of Jew-
ion Council, a body of local convention. which will be geared r?ODdJ^ New York City, honorary national president^ 1
civic leaders who will assist
the TV station in developing
pub! -r:. re programs The
Council will assist the sta-
tion's menace e::: :r. tele-
amtr.: rrrgrams de-
nrvlcH united oa by waa>
er. s -Tur- --.-
Cancer Institute
WiM Benefit
VA Plans War
Orphan Schooling
ed States foreign policy and
international affairs, with special
emphasis on latest developments
in the Middle East
Mrs Israel Usdan and Mrs Ar
K national chair-
man and co-chairman, respective-
Ba4aaak*s four-day conven-
tion
\ special report to the em
Pr Freuad.
lea! with Hada-
the pa-
- well as with her recent
- to Israel She will
-
18 and jfi e "** > plans for the fu-
'< parent m un?
curred h -ervice-connected sP*ial reports to the conven-
r injury dnriag WorM : l": *:" J,sp made b-v Dr K*>-
War I. Rfiarid War II. or the Ko- n,an J Mann, director general of
rear Medical Organua-
Purpose of the program a to "": SraeK a"d Dr Mosne
gin these young people an oppor- rTywc*-..*aoci*t* dean of tne Hp
4 to get the education thev ^ J-";vers"ty.Hadassah Medi-
->therv:se might have obtained. Cal Schol ,n Jerusal*'m
had their veteran parents lived Another highlight of the conven-
C. W. Boggs. officer m charge ,10n **" ** preview showing of
of the Veterans Administration of- ,n* 1959 Hadassah Israel Fashion
: lar meetings by developing taf
groundwork for a giant bauu"
Nov. 7 and 8 at Pythian Hall. fc
W. Flagler st
Funds to be raised are for |g
m. am aus. mAKum
Baby-Sifters
Get Information
Bransons Mark
50th Anniversary
Friday evening. Aug 14. Mr. fnd T **""'. to ** **?* in lt* *|
Mri Charles Branson, of Miami Temple 11 annual donation to ttf
Beach, celebrated their 50th wed- cnc*r Research Institute ]
dm* anniverarv. On Saturday Dozens of children's weariagi
morning. Aug 15. at services in parel items have been sent
Temple Ner Tamid conducted by knitted, and toys and cukMfl
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and assist stuffed by members, and a "we*"'
ed by Cantor Samuel Comber*, mno sqUjrt' h,s a'rea'v bflBl|
the celebration was continued, fol- store up saleable merchandise t>L
lowed by a reception the next day natea by Miami retaners n sijj
at the Fontamebleau hotel sections of the c.
Relatives from all over the Un, _A
ed States gathered here for the T Reg,u,ar n,*etin* of ^3
celebration Brothers and sisters Templ? If*! *
of the happy couple came from ^* ^ ?"rd **>*$
San Fr.nc.sco and San Diego. TLZ?* *-^m<*\ T3
Calif. another from Flmt Mich Slhlef >,*,t Temple 33 Mnu
and others from Dallas. Tex and Dl,v,d CJl.jm W J3tt *J
Chicago. III. chairman of the bazaar eoaus*
The Bransons have two sons, '
two daughters, and eight grand-
children. All were present to cele-
brate. Mrs. Branson is a sister of
the late Jack Albin. of Miami
oat Wedresda> that the VA wants Taste." Adapted from haute cou *ould >' to make sure that the parent or ,ure" pns and Milan and ex- ha: ,0 do m c,$* of fir*- a xbt tlve m Miami community affairs.
guardian of even eligible orphan "^ted by the dressmaking st-a *?by *a< cnofang violently, or The Bransons lived in Chicago
knows about the benefits avail- d*nt* ol Hadassahs Alice L. Se- r**"1^ "^^ oth*r cc,d*nts m the for over 0 years before coming
home*
TETLEY
abte. He stated that letters are be- llS*berg Vocational High School in
ing sent to the parents or guard- J'^isalem. the show will accent Member
iau$ of the 1^08 potentially elig-.- ^'egance in the modern manner.
Hie orphans living in Florida who
will be 13 years of age or older bv T fete Bakki't WU
December of this vear
practices They are distnbu
fe of Rabbi Max A Lroshitz !'"g t0 ,heir P3*1*"'* Printed leaf
The letter wiU emphasize the ne spintuai leader of MomTcello WUh ln>tnic,,on* ^r baby sit
need to plan the young person's Park Jewish Center wdl be hon
program it, secondary school so ored at a reception bv the MoU?e
JSL P,Wld* adu'* K'-^ner Sisterhood of the Center
foundation for a program on Tuesdav evening
here to retire. Mr Branson was a
. of the Dade County M,son and Zlonist *"d was also
Medical Assn are taking the in- artlv* m cnntable and commu
niative in urging safe babv :>. "I,y "f*1, He j1 former manu-
tm" fractiee< Thv .~ a mil "* of men's clothing, and on>
erated his own stores.
The couple are member, of T...,
ter>, including what to do and'who P.!e Ner Ttm^ nd the Chicago
to call in cases of emerfiru> ,-IUD of Miami Beach
of emergencies
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""ch^'ptC^: women to Hear
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Women will hold its Or* regular
noting of the season Tuesdav.
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MMS. JACK fOMCI
Jaycees Join
'Painting Crew*
Some 100 Jaycees turned out
Sunday morning to paint the Na-
tional Cardiac HonTe at W. Flagler
st. and LeJeune rd.
District vice president Merle M.
Vaught, of No. Miami Beach, said
thai, east of the 14 Jaycce clubs
from the North Dade line to Key
West were represented in the
"painting crew."
Vaught said that not only the
time and work was donated, but
that James Aberman and Don
Zuckarman, president' and vice
president of Commercial Coatings
Corp. of Miami, paint manufactur-
ers, donated all the paint neces-
sary to complete the job.
Irs. Popick Will Head Bond Group
Mrs Jack S. Popick has been merotis cifk activities include life
lamed Miami Beach chairman of
Women's Division for Israel
onds, it was announced this
by Mrs. Max Weiti, Greater
lami Women's Division chair-
ban.
, Vice president 01 Temple Emanu-
fcl Sisterhood, Mrs. Popick's mi-
membership of Brandeis Univer-
sity, Jewish Home for the Aged,
Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Temple
Emanu-EI.
She is a member of the Cancer
Institute, Hadassah, Fight for
Sight, and many other civic and
Jewish organizations.

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Pd Pol Adv.
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid pitches in to help with regis-
tration. Left to right are Mesdames Louis Cohen. Louis J. Gold,
and Joseph Sherbill. Standing are Mesdames Martin Kauf-
man, Yvette Silberger. Benjamin Fabric. Albert Wtther, and
Adolph Greenbaum.
Ner Tamid Signs
Up Students
Registration for the religious
school of Temple Ner Tamid is
on Sunday from 10 am. to 12:30
p.m., and daily from 9- a.m. to
6 p.m.
The expanded facilities of Ner
Tamid religious school include
modern, spacious and air-condi-
tioned classrooms.
Hebrew school will be open to
children from eight years of age
and over. Sunday school offers
an integrated course, and is open
to children five years of age and
over. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will
be education director.
Nursery school for children three
years of age and older will also
be operated by the Temple school
board. Nursery school will meet
daily from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Alcoa Wrap Adds
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Super-strength household foil,
up to 104 percent stronger than
any other foil on the market, is
now being offered t housewives
as the newest development of
Aluminum Company of America.
Alcoa announced that its Alcoa
Wrap brand of household foil is
now available on grocery shelves
throughout the country in a high-
strength, high-purity alloy which
has stepped up foil bursting
strength by as much as 104 per-
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Tha new Mgh-strongth charac-
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The Alcoa development means
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sharp and irregularly shaped ob-
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The new super-strength Alcoa
Wrap, both regular and heavy-
duty, in all widths, provides the
increased strength factors. The
improvement is expected to accel-
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recently made history by surpass-
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in annual dollar sales volume.
ar*MJ Sholom Registration
Registration in the religious
schools of Temple B'nai Sholom
will be held Sunday from 10 a.m
to 1 p.m at the new Temple build
ing, 16800 NW 22nd ave. Member
ship committee includes Mrs
Marvin Kritzer and Mrs. -Ned Le
vine. Mrs. David Horowitz is relig
ious school principal.
30 rears Ago This Week
Judgment: A jury in Karlsruhe
this week acquitted Prof. August
Kraft, an anti-Semitic agitator, on
charges that he insulted the flag
of the German Republic by calling
it a "Jewish banner" in a public
address. The court accepted the
defendant's explanation that he
meant not to insult the flag but to
deride the Jews.
JVS Approved
By National Body
Jewish Vocational Service was
notified this week that it has been
unanimously approved by the
American Board for Psychological
Services.
According to Lloyd L. Ruskin,
president of JVS, the agency was
cited because it "met the highest
standards of quality, competence
and ethics in the field of vocation-
al guidance."
JVS will be listed in the lMfr-
1 Directory of the Beard.
The Jewish Vocational Service
helps school youth through job
counseling, assists aged and emo-
tionally handicapped persons in
finding employment, and conducts
a Sheltered Workshop at 5252 NE
2nd ave.
Facilities and manpower of the
JVS workshop are available to lo-
cal business firms for sub-con-
tracting on light jobs such as fold-
ing, inserting, simple assembling,
addressing, and packaging.
The vocational program at the
workshop aims to return workers
to the regular labor market after
they have been trained at a job
they can handle. Clinical psycholo-
gist Donald Block is workshop
manager.
The JVS was established as an
independent agency last year,
and maintains offices at 10 NE
3rd ave Miami. It is supported
by funds raised in the Greater
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal.
Officers are Lloyd L. Ruskin,
president; Sam J. Heiman, honor-
ary president; Mrs. Meyer Baskin,
Mrs. Charles Feinberg, Albert J.
Hirsch, Dr. Jess Spirer, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Eugene Heiman, sec-
retary; Clemen J. Ehrlich, treas-
urer. Executive director is Dr.
Michael Goodman.
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___________Friday- Auqort 28, 1953
Map Buzz Talks For Women Here
I am very much afraid, that Mr Maurice
berger. whose letter appeared in last weeks Jew-h
Hondian. mines'the entire point of my column of
Aug 7. in which I offered a few suggestions to cut
down our appalling divorce rate
To besiin with. I suggested a minimum age for
marriage to conform with other legal realities. If
the law believes a boy under 21 is too childish to
be entrusted with either voting or with the purchase
o; a glass of whiskey or a bottle of beer-even
though he has has parents' approvalthen surelv 'he
law should be consistent and insist that he be at
least 21 before he is allowed to marry.
Moreover, we know that there are thousands of
teen-age marriages each year, and that these result
in a divorce rate at least five times that of those
who marr. in their middle twenties A law that
ild tend to eliminate such marriages would obvi-
ouslv tend to cut down on their number of divorces,
especially if marriages with parental consent were
eliminated
Passing a law. I am the first one to realize, i-
not a panacea or cure-all. But it is a step in the right
direction, especially if the law e happen to have
is archaic and stupid. Would Mr. Weinberger advo-
cate the repeal of laws against burglary, robbery
:-nd murder, merelv because such las do not elim-
inate all ,uch crimes? To ask the question is to
supply the answer.
Arguing with Heat .
Of course, penal statutes do not abolish all crime
Bat ther do tend to control it and to punish those
*ho violate it. Think of a society without such laws!
Or one without policemen to enforce them
So with marriage statutes I do not argue that
raising the minimum age requirements for mar
riage will usher in Utopia I do insist that they would
-.end to curb a lot of youthful marriages which
should never have taken place in the first instance
Mr Weinberger's objection that all applicants
for marriage be screened by a competent board for
obvious mntal or serious physical defects is equally
illogical He argues with more heat than light that
Hath a screening would make marriage "a mechani-
cal proficiency operation based on standardizing
miman beings. Even God didn't do that."
I am not privy to what God did or would do:
nor. am I con.meed, is Mr Weinberger. Neither am
I persuaded that being screened by such a board
would make marriage a cold-blooded, mechanical
bus:r.' -
The vast majority of statesincluding Florida
now require Mood tests as a pre-condition of mar-
riage. Wovild anyone argue that such tests make
marriage more mechanical or inhuman' On the
contrary *'Jcn tesls nave detected and eliminated
rr.an;- easel of venereal disease which would have
brought misery not only on innocent wives but on
children, as well. Isn't it better that such marriages
be halted until the condition is cleared up' Or 1-
Mr Weinberger so unalterably opposed to all laws
that he would advocate the repeal of the one requir-
ing blood tests, and so allow syphilis to strike where-
ever it wanted'.'
An Intolerable Burden
The screening by a competent board will sooner
or later become a reality. For to allow a mental
defective or seriously disturbed person to marry
and spawn uncared-for children, is an intolerable
burden that no civilized society can tolerate for
long. Certainly society has a right to say who is
competent and who is incompetent to marry. Within
broad limits, it does so now For its own protection
it should do to even more. Think of a community in
which there were no minimum standards for law
or medicine or dentistry, where every quack and
charlatan could practice to his heart's content.
Mr Weinberger wants to know "who is compe-
tent to establish equitable laws'' Who has the wis-
dom to prejudge the readiness of couples for mar-
riage? '
My answer to these rhetorical questions is that
society has Just as society, through its law-making
bodies and the pressure of public opinion, insists
that doctors, lawyers, beauticians and barbers have
a certain minimum efficiency in order that the pub-
lic be protected, so society has the same right to
maintain that those who marrv observe certain
minimum -tandards; to wit. that they be well enough
physically and emotionally to carry through the
marriage contractno more, and certainly no less.
Weinberger also seems to think that undiv
proposal I 0^ 21 and a *""' over "
would demand, on first being introduced to each
other a diploma as la qualifications in various as-
pect! of marriage
This is of course, arrant nonsense. All 1
gested is that hools inaugurate courses in
preparation for marriage, since parents are often
r too ignorant or too inept to supply such infor-
mation themselves The need for such course, be-
comes more and more pressing, if wedlock is to
have any stability.
Need For Court**
I should like to point out. too. that because an
art critic knows painting doesn't mean be enjoys
art less. Nor does a music cntic lose his taste for
.vmphomes because he can analyze or dissect them
On the contrary, a critical knowledge of any subject
often heightens its appreciation, providing a more
lasting and durable satisfaction.
One reason marriages fail so often is that we
expect too much and get too little. The net result is
often disillusionment and disenchantment
A knowledge of what to expect in a mate, an
understanding of the subtle differences between
male and female psychology, an awareness of the
financial aspects of marriagethese are but a few-
matters that youngsters should be thoroughly
grounded in before embarking on the somewhat
rugged seas of matrimony.
To provide anything less is like entrusting the
helm of a modern ocean liner to someone without
the slightest knowledge of nautical science.
Why. then, should we think we can get by in
marriage with nothing more than instincts* The
grim truth is we can't And if we need further proof
we have only to turn to the dismal figures of di-
vorces, desertions, annulments and separations.
Mr. Weinberger maintains that if my recom-
mendation for a six month cooling off period were
enforced it would work a hardship for those in their
thirties who have gone steady for two, three, or
more years.
In rebuttal. I can only retort that any girl in her
thirties who allows herself to go steady for two,
three or more years, is obviously a nincompoop who
deserves her fate.
Light of Reason
-. than 50 presidents of w""1-
.tations are expected to
attend the first Bun session spon-
b, the Federation of Jewish
.filiations Thursday,
a m in the Community
room of the Humi Beach Federal
,n C Lehman. FJWO
eat. will conduct the first
p and lead a discussion on
evaluation of community services
in 1959.
On the following day. new presi-
dents will attend another *
to receive their mdoctnnauoaT.
FJWO service techn.quej. "
The popular "flip chart' pre,.,
tation will be emplnved to ens*
sire graphically how 117 wom*^
. ranuations -car. unify ltw,
thinking and woman power to help
more people and to strengthen u*
Jewish community.
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ev.a.ne. the ie aenriee ef TU
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AJ coum at two
The cooling off period is designed to prevent
marriagesmainly of the teen-age varietywhich
are based more on sex than substance, on infatua-
tion rather than on more enduring qualities. It is 1
designed, for example, to prevent marriages where '
the boy is in the service and wants to get married 1
in order quickly and legally to satisfy a biological
urge. It is designed to avert .marriages where the
couple haven't gone together for at least six months,
and so wed in both haste and ignorance.
There is nothing in my proposal, however, to
prevent even a thirty-year-old girl from getting
married. II she has gone with the boy for a few-
weeks and wants to marry him. let her apply for
the wedding license and wait the necessary six.
months to see if their love will stand the test of |
even this short period If it doesn't what are the
prospects that the marriage will stand the test of
five or ten years of wedlock? In short, all any boy
or girl has to do who seriously contemplates wed-
lock is to take the six-month cooling off period into
consideration in their courtship or engagement
period. I
Finally. I must disagree that marriage is pre
dominanth a spiritual matter and that "within the
paaes of the Bible is a rule and guide for every
situation pertaining to marriage."
Marriage is an adventure, to be sure, but it is
a physical adventure as well as a spiritual one, an
inttllectual and emotional adventure as well as a
religious one.
Nor is the Bible a safe guide to those perplexed
in matters matrimonial, just as it is no longer a safe
guide in astronomy, biology, or geology. Man can-
not live by faith alone, certainly not in marriage.'
He must have knowledge, the best, modern, scien-'
tific knowledge available to him. Only with knowl
edge and the strong light of reason to guide him is
there any hope that he will someday, perhaps, find
solutions to the problems which continue to baffle
and elude him.
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JNF Changes
Dinner Date Here
The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil.of Greater Miami, in response
to a request by the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
Wednesday changed the date of its
annual dinner from Nov. 15 to
Nov. 19. ^.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, pres-
ent of the JNF Council, in re-
veiling the change of date, said
that "the executive board of the
Jewish National Fund Council
recognizes the urgency and im-
portance of the national conven-
tion and reception being arranged
by the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
"Not wishing to divide the inter-
M oi ihe community with a con-
fiding function, the Council has
set aside its original dinner date
I and will hold the JNF annual ban-
[ quet at the Fontainebieau hotel on
\ n 19."
Mrs. Samet to Head
Children's Program
tin. Philip Samot li.iv been ap-
pointed county chairman of IV
early childhood development pro-
ii for the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community (enter, it was an-;
Bounced hy Isidore B, Simkowitz,
president.
The program conducts four [
nursery school operations for the
Center at its various branch loca-
tions. PTA chairmen at the respec-
tive branches are also announced
as follows:
Mrs. Herschcll Rosenthal, Mi-
ami YMHA; Mrs. Jerome Jacobs,
Beach YMHA; Mrs. Sigmund Ro-
sen. Southwest YMHA; and Mrs.
Howard Goodstein, North County
YMHA.
Mrs. Samet and her husband,!
who is a noted physician and chief
of the Mt. Sinai Hospital cardio
pulmonary division, reside with
their three children at 5951 Alton'
rd.. Miami Beach. She has been!
active in the community in lead-|
crship capacities with the Girl
Scouts and public school PTA's.
Presently, financial secretary of
the Miami Beach YMHA, she has
also served as chairman of the
board of education program of
GMJCC, as well as a member of
its executive committee. Mrs.
Samet also served on the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
The work of the early childhood
development committee for the
coming year will concentrate on
finding new methods for increased
parent participation and making!
a more concentrated analysis of'
the way in "which the program can
better help each individual child.
Harmony Card Party
Card party was held Sunday by
the Harmony chapter of B'nai
H rith Women.
Temple iudea Registration
Temple J u d e a nursery-kinder-
garten announces opening for the
fall term on Tuesday, Sept. 8, with
| a morning session. Registrations
are now being taken in the school
office weekdays from 9 a.m. to 12
neon. Children who will be three
; dergarten age, are eligible. Kin-
dergarten features a reading readi-
ngs program to prepare children
for first grade. Transportation is
;r. a liable.
Monticello Choir
Starts Rehearsals
Aug. 29 marks the first rehear-1
Sal of the new choir at Congrega-
tion Monticello Park. Rehearsal
will be at 8 p.m. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Karg, 915 NE
178th St.
The choir is under the direction,
of Morris Tenenbaum and Mrs.
Karg. Tenenbaum has a back-
ground of over 20 years of choral
work. His most recent activity was
organizing the choir of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, Gloversville,
N. Y., which he directed for six
years.
Mrs. Karg has done choral work
in Hadassah and Young Judaea.
She holds a Bachelor of Music de-
gree from Douglas College, Rut-
gers University.
UJA general chairman Morris W. Berinstein bids bon voyage
to Mrs. Jack A. Goodman, of Indianapolis, Ind., chairman of
United Jewish Appsal Women's Division for the third succes-
sive year. Mrs. Goodman is heading an overseas survey
group of 27 women leaders which leaves Wednesday, Sept. 9.
for a three-week survey of UJA-linanced welfare, rehabilita-
tion and resettlement programs in Europe and Israel. Mrs.
Meyer Eggnatz, of Miami Beach, is one of the" leaders chosen
to join the overseas survey. |
Conductor Has 'Hectic Time1
Barnett Breeskin. conductor and year's musical season at Miami
music director of the Miami Beach Beach, with the first concert set
Civic Orchestra, reported this for Sunday, Oct. 18.
week he is having "a hectic time,"
musically-speaking, while attend-1
ing Pierre Monteux's select Mas-
ters' Class for conductors at Han-
cock, Me.
* Since the beginning of this
month, when the refresher course
started, Breeskin has been award-
ed star parts among the chosen
few of the continent's conductors
who have gathered from as far
away as Vancouver, B. C, to at-
tend Monteux's August sessions.
In addition to conducting at
weakly contorts put on in the
Hancock arti, Brootkin also has
boon chosen to conduct the Mon-
teux Symphony at the final con-
cert of the series Sunday.
Breeskin, who also conducts the
Miami Ballet Company here and
is concertmaster for the Ft. Lau-
derdale Symphony, will return to
Miami Beach in early September.
He will then resume conducting
the Deauville Symphonette Friday
evenings, and begin intensive re-
hearsals for the Miami Beach Civ-
ic Orchestra series of free Sunday
night concerts in the municipal
auditorium.
Sullivan Files
For Council Race
Howard Sullivan, nest, chairman
of the North Miami Planning and
Zoning Board, announces his can-
didacy for City Council in the
North Miami election of Sept. 1
Sullivan stated that as a North
Miamian for the past 11 years, he
has*.een and recognized "the need
i for a businessman with executive
experience on the ci'y council."
Sullivan's background includes
active participation in many civic
a n d fraternal organizations in
North Miami. He was founder and
president of North Miami's Little
and Pony League for five years.
Sullivan has been connected with
Gulf Line Insurance Company for
more than 15 years as its broker
age manager, and states that he
will "utilize this business exper:
ence in his capacity as city coun
cilman."
Sullivan pledges that he will
"continue the fight for lower mu-
nicipal tax rates and will lend rea
sonable cooperation to Metro in H
efforts to better serve the people
in his city."
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>Jmist fkrkat>
3n tlte IQcalm of Society
Robbins. Weiss
Live in Perrine
Rahhi Yank** Rosenberg
ated at the I pm 4
- many, A. .
- Uta Ann I
] Bananas -r. (he I
Mr. aad
V"s Harry Maoafl M*S"
- Coral Gal
The bride is the daughter erf Mr
Jules Weiss. 341 >W 90* rd Mi
anu. and the late Mrs Vein Tb-
pota. fco NriM *' ^25 ***'
dr. North Bay Yillagc. is the son
of Mr and Mr?. George L Rob-
bins. New Ml Ot>.
Matron of honor as the bride's
close friend. Mrs Perry Mosko-
viti. of Nashville. Term. Another
close friend. Miss Lennye Botwick.
of Coral Gables, was maid of
honor.
Stanley Robbins was best man
for his brother The bnde's broth
er. Henry Weiss, was usher.
Newrjrwed Mrs Robbins is a na-
tive Miamian. graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High and the I'niver-
sity of Miaau. wbere she was
president of Phi S^ma Sigma so-
rority She it a past \ice prestdent
of Beth David Young People's
League, and teaches fourth trade
at Riverside Elementary School.
Mr Robbins is a graduate of
New York mtarj .v.-adc-> a:-
tended Ka~sjs Sottt Cannon and
\ J ; He as a:
Alpha EpsJoo Pi
A- tar ser>

Faint and Vm
Young
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-iee reception foUcwe-i the
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groom's panati and Mr. and Mrs
1 Spent aad daughters, of
.:.-o- L. I
Miss Grossman
Weds Jay Sedlik
Mm BV-mice Hyr
bm the bnde of Li Jiy Vi-
Sedl i. I SAT 5 pm w'ed&ag
Ssmday. Aug S. at Temple
Zc* Rabbi Alfred iAman o*f>
Iha bnde. whjo is the daughter
Mr and M^ Sal T Grossman.
SM lad s: ctese an aakle-
ta ehantiliy lace gown with
"ice* sleeves. She was gtvea
mamage by her father
Ma;d of honor for her sister was
M-vs Yalene Grossman Bndes-
maids ere Miss Mareu Baaa ami
Mas Ian Graaoff Su-year-oW
Franc j* Kiveaoff was flewer
Mrs. Leaera Yaader. warn sang
at the weddm* of -Jke hnde s par-
...-.
Best rnaat for has hracher was
Earl Sed^ak JJUanala
"d John Mortaa were
The hnde ts a gradnat* of V
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l>"TerB* Miaam. tad ts em-
fmyec as a secretary a: n"TVJ
The groom a giadnato at Mi-
*
Wnr-Ka&r
Berne, Altman
Exchange Vows
T.a= became
Ira Bel
S
at R'bbl
Leon Huruiti officiated
The bnde is tie daughter
and Mrs Sam Altman. 3881 NM -'
*t The groom's p-rents are Mr
and Mrs Charles Berne. 1?
Matron of honor eras Mrs Jaca
Cutler Barbara Andrews. Pat
Whaleman and Judy Siegal were
bridesmaids.
Richard Ma.sel was best man
I'sbers included brother of the
bnde Alien Altman Jack Cutler,
and Jerry Weroick
Roberta Rubm was flower girt
for her cousin Stephen Boss.
coustn of the groom, was ring
bearer Junior ushers included
Robert Altman. brother of the
hnde. aad Peter Ross, cousin of
the groom
The hnde chose a gown of satan
and imparted hand-drawn alenroa
lace The molded lace bodice wan
dev-gned with an apea neckline.
aad Nog sleeves te tapered pedata
at the wnsts. The fuB-leogth boaf
faat skirt was highlighted wath the
lace apphqoe m black, and swe/t
to a regal train.
Her veil of imported silk ilhi-
sasa was softly draped from a jew-
eled open work tiara.
Newlywed Mrs Berne graduat-
ed from Miami Senior High SchooL
attended the I'mrersity of Flor-
ida, wbere she was affiliated with
Alpha Epsiion Phi sorority, and
is a graduate of Ourron Williams
Commercial CaOrge.
Mr Berne went to Miami Senior
High. University of Miami, and s
now a studeat at Emory University
deatal school in Atlanta. He be-
:orts to Tau Epnlaa Phi frater-
nity, aad ts president of Alpha
Omega dental society there.
Reception and daaner followed
at the Algiers. After a Miami
Bear* honeymoon, the couple will
Mk- Stone Now
Mrs, Meyers
Caryl Sylvia Stone aad
Allen Myers -x< hanged w_
vowa Sunday. Aug rx C
at the DeauviliP hotel 'bk>\L9
kov Boatnber, if..aiedl
The bride is
-Pondl
She dauajanjij
mer Miamun- Mr and KrTn
thur M. Stone. ..f chieam J
Broom is the -or : \|r -t
William Meirow .u. 1315 Sf ,!
The bride wore a gown ^
tered satin fe.^- ring a ci
lace bodice with -abnna b^
edged with sequins and tin
pearls and long fitted ,|t
Chantilly lace inset > accent^
front and back panels, .ty
mmated in a chapel train. ~
Her teed pearl and
was held with layers of
Froneh Uanaaan.
hfadd nf nonor for her titter
Mies Betty Stone. The graoava
ter, Mrs. Charles Nathan. \\%
Iron of honor. Bridesmaids :
. ed Bahntla Germann. Rachel
man, Mrs. Barry Hahaaa.
SnfL
I't ancle. Al
Ushen
Mare
Sidney 1
Id Pming.
jrmtw Mm Stone
from Mhrhm Senior High
Israelite Center win have a ^ aOmadnd the Ui
cabaret night at the Morocco room naihaa. wh-,ij she was a
of the Casablanca hotel Saturday. ^ Ahjma ffTpaflan Phi Mrara
Jack de Leon will be roaster of g^. laaahand is a Miaau
ceremonies. Samnel Axrikan is gradmafe, and win reeerre a i
cnairmaa of the cabaret commit- ^^ to metmm from the Va]
'** eeratty of Miami in Fe
I
WwwM-KalMi
WM
'Dmt ffvfi' TV
Dinner and reception
at the Deaamlle After a
honeymoon, the couple wUti
Rjth Foreman was to present at the University of Miami.
(van k. -: in a cuWaag from
King Henry \ 111 pnor to laun-
ching tbe Pied Piper Playhonae
11th year on "Dear Ruth."' Thurs-
day. 1030 a.m.. over ch. 10.
iM-
m
< iliatmi
111
his degree
High, received
laode in radm.
fihns at the Uaavcrsaty of
where he was vice president
Phi Stgma Desta fraternity,
president of Alpha Eanamn
radaotetevuaon honorary, ant
longed to Arnold Aar Society A i
Force BOTC. aad Reserve Officers
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Art Expert
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There a "ur.> mt of art m
everyone of as says Miami art
expert Rosalya Spencer, who has
mst retmaed from a rtsat to the
art centers of New York. Chicago.
Philadelphia and the West Coast
"Bat very few perjaau recognise
st and grre themselves as
tnaaty te express themsel.es free-
Ae cere
ty at Temple _
gnests mchaded the
Mrs McCy Sedhk. aad the
s aant. Miss Ida Weiiiaherg,
hath of New York City
After a wedaang trap to Tniaa.
the eenpee wiB resade m Pmliiil
Phaa- wkere the groom has a fel-
Uaaversaty of riamijlianaa
Recent births at Mt Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs.
Ben Mitchell Aug. 2.
San bora to Mr and Mrs. Harold
Mitchell Aag 22.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Phdap Kacdan Aag. It.
San ham to Mr. and Mrs. Wtl-
ham Cahn Aag 19.
Dawgwter bora to Mr and Mrs.
Eaaale Baraett Aug. la.
Son bom to Mr and Mrs. Bernae
Farr Aag. li
born to Mr and Mrs
Aag. l
bora to Mr. and Mrs
Darryl Dworman Aag. 11.
Son bora to Mr and Mrs. Mor-
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vhat where.
brd School. 1204-54 West ave..
Beach, is now registering
hd new students.
Abraham M. Cassel, foun-"
"d director of the school, is
office to meet with parents
hildren to discuss their edu-
ial problems for the coming
frustration will continue
|h August. Oxford's fall
pier will begin on Tuesday,
F'ord *ccept$ boys and flirts
arding or day student*
he first grade through
pntary, high school and col-
preparatory. Day students
Young MD Has Work Cut Out for Him
J5$ *^c'<*hte
. Continued from Pee* IB
bber of the association, and wan an especially welcome guest
i organization's sessions on family law.
s b* a e
IVacationing at Duncragfaa Inn, Hendereouville, N.C., are
>and Mrs. Harold Kuield. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb, and
Rote Weiss The Leonard L. Abess family is letting the
spapers know that they're back and deliveries should resume
1101 N. Bay rd. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Eisenson will
(Norfolk. Va., 'home" after Sept. 1 ... Ed will be stationed
with the U.S. Navy for the next 12 months, and Deedy will
eaching fourth graders in one of the Norfolk schools She's
[former Dolores Chernoff, daughter of the Ernest Chernoffs,
marriage took place here in June .
|Harry Simonhoff and his Use are on their way to Russia .
t've been hoboing through' Europe in a jalopy for six weeks."
wTite friends Postcard from Bayreuth exclaims: "Wit-
ed Wapner as performed nowhere else The new electric
Jets keep the stage in a murky gloom so that one hardly sees
[performers. It's like looking through a stained glass
low.''

[Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner and their three children back
heir S. Miami ave. home after an extended tour of the west
|nonhwe.-i. including Los Angeles. San Francisco. Las Vegas.
no Canyon, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Lake
se and Banff in Alberta, Canada Elaine Lyon, of Black-
Flower Shops, writing to friends that she's in beautifuland
-San Diego, Calif., visiting with her daughter and grand-
phi> r- Stopover was in Champaign, 111., to visit Elaine's
St son and meet his wife and baby daughter Another son,
khter-in pie event Nola Eisenstein taking pains to report to friends
she's still married to her Leo after all these many years,
[that her name is not "Bert" as Socialite reported several
Its ago in a note on Who was Who at the last Pop concert of
eason.
[New Addition Front: Announcing their new baby are Shirley *
I Han ey Goodman, weighing in at 5 lbs. 12 oz. Roy Barnet
rri the family on Aug. 7 .
[A son. Scott Allen, born to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Douglas
pdai Glance on Aug. 11 at Ilialeah Hospital Scott Allen '
sisters Debra Lynn and Robin Gail Bris was Aug. 18,
Rev Abraham Self and Rabbi Leo Heim officiating ... Ma-
al grandfather is Hyman Grosdorf, of Bronx, N.Y. The S
pee family make their home at 683 W. 34th st, Hi a lea h .
da is Israeli affairs chairman of Temple Tifereth Jacob Sis-
' as well as historian for JWVA Post 681.
ford School Now Registering
receive transportation to and
from school, lunch and a com
plete program of sports and rec-
reation, including swimming In
Oxford's olympic-size outdoor
swimming pool.
Its dormitories are heated and
air-conditioned. Boarding students
receive care by trained teachers
and resident counselors.
"I have to carry more responsi-
bility than ever before, but I like
it. Besides, it prepares me for the
days ahead when I will open my
own practice": A personable young
man in white, Alvin Block, age 29,
is the first of his family ever to
enter the medical profession.
Since the first days of July, he
is senior resident at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital of Greater Miami, and as
such he is in charge of all medical
patients, which means from 50 to
60 at a time.
The hospital's rules specify
clearly that the senior resident "is
responsible to the chief of the
medical service and his staff for
the patients' care. He is respon-
sible for the professional stan-
dards and proficiency of members
of the house staff, and he conducts
rounds on all service patients and
accompanies the attending staff
on all private rounds."
That' a pretty large request,
end when Dr. Block gee* into
privet, practice as a specielist
in internal medicine, ho ahId
put Ms present experience to
woo. His homo town. Or-
. will cortobwy get a veto-
ticn of the medicel
I
Young Dr. Block thinks back to
the days when be helped his father
in 'the family's small store. He
discovered that he wasn't much of
a salesman, but good with books
and with academic studies. Thus,
a professional career was agreed
upon. He studied and graduated
from Emory University in Atlanta,
serving his internship in 1964 in
the Brooklyn Maimonides Hospital,
which is associated with the State
University of New York.
Followed a call from the Army,
and after six weeks of preparatory
training in Texas, the medical
i corps took him to the little town
I of Dexheim in Germany near
Mainz and Uppenheim, where the
tasting of Rhine wines became one
of his after-duty pastimes.
Dr. Block, speaking of medical
conditions in Germany, points out
that the country lacks modern hos-
pital facilities, and also that as a
result of the war years, Germany's
original vanguard position in med-
ical research and training has suf-
fered a great deal to a point
where it would seem that it is
about 15 years behind in compari-
son with the United States.
After his tour of duty with the
Army, Dr. Block then spent two
years- at the University of Cali-
fornia's Medical Center in Sen
Francisco before receiving the
Arthur B. Krim. president of United Artists Corporation, is the
recipient of a Founder's Plaque of the American-Israel Cham-
ber of Commerce and Industry. Krim is cited by the Amer-
ican-Israel Trade group "for bis eflorts and enthusiastic sup-
pal" in promoting the economic relations between the two
countries. The presentation was made in New York City by
Nathan Straus ID. president of the Chamber, and marked the
election of Krim as a founding member of the organization.
Krim plans to produce several major movies in Israel, includ-
ing "Exodus" and "The Glorious Brothers,"
Dr. Block likes cars and photog-
raphy, but he is looking forward
impatiently to the day when be
can change his life in hospitals,
where he is continuously on call,
and eating in .hospitals, for a more
liberal environment. But be is
aware of his present responsibil-
ities and full of praise for his
younger colleagues, interns and
first and second-year residents,
many of whom come from distant
countries.
"There's immediate contact
when doctors meet," he says.
"Our educational background and
our basic knowledge is the same,
and we all speak the same langu-
agein medical terms. So I feel
at home, not just for being a Flor-
idian, but because medicine is the
field on which I choose to base the
mission of my life."
30 Ytcrs Ago This Weok
Riga: Reports arriving this week
indicated that Shechita has been
banned on orders of local Com-
munist authorities in a number
of Russian cities with substantial
Jewish populations. The ban has
been in existence in Leningrad, for
example, fojr more than a month.
Assisting Dr. Cassel during the
registration period is Dean Louis
A. Cassel. Registration of new and
old students will continue daily
from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the
school's main office.
M. AlVIH BLOCK
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call from Miami's Mt. Sine! Hoc
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Bonn Asked to Assist
Rumania Nazi Victims
NEW YOBK JTA Dr Xa-
fcum Goldmann. president of the
op. Jewish Material
Claims A- rmany. appeal-
ed to the West German authori-
ties recently to accept responsi-
for the emergency needs of
coming from Ru-
E'.sma.
In meetings with German min-
in charge of the indemnifi-
cation program and officials of the
Germany, the or-
ganization revealed. Dr. Goldmann
drew attention to documentary
\:dence recently made available
to the German courts "bearing on
the fact that Jewish persecutions
in Eastern Europe were instigated
c Nazi Government" and
urged acceptance of .responsibility
I Nazi victims from Rumania.
At the meeting, which followed
an earlier conference et which
Chancellor Konnd Adenauer
presided, the German repre*en-
Balabatim Vaad
Issues Statement
Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth.
1370 Washington aye., one of sev-
eral kashruth supervision organ-
izations here. Wednesday issued a
statement proclaiming "that all
kosher poultry' must be identified
with a ving ring that carries the.
name of the Balabatim Vaad Ha-
kashruth.''
Issuing the statement was the |
Beth Din of the organization.
The Beth Din." the statement
continued. "is not responsible for
the kashruth of any other poultry"
here.
The statement also declared
that "the city ordinance of Mi-
ami Beach to inspect kosher
food does not give a religious
guarantee of kashruth either to '
the food or to the establishment.
"The Beth Din does not recom-
mend any establishment or any
organizational function that is not
.under the jurisdiction of the stan-
dards of the local Beth Din."
Concluded the statement: "The
Beth Din represents the religious
halachic needs of the Jewish com-
munity as the rabbinic arm of the
Orthodox congregations of Greater
Miami and the Balabatim Vaad
Hakashruth."
Signing the statement were Rab-
bis David H. Lehrfield, Kneseth
Israel; Herschell Saville, Miami
Hebrew Congregation; H. Louis
Bottman, Beth Israel; Solomon
Schiff, Beth El; and Tibor H. Stern,
Belh Jacob.
tatives were hopeful that their
states wetftd be able to carry
out the provisions of the Federal
Indemnification law by March
31, 19*3, the deadline date fore-
seen in the" statute, the claims
conference stated. "Dr. Gold-
mann submitted anew specific
suggestions for speeding up the
pace of indemnification, above
all on the advisability of obtain-
ing standardized settlements for
groups of cases where the under-
lying facts are similar. Ways
were also explored fir speeding
up adjudications where a state
is overburdened with' claims,
owing to the structure |urls
diction agreed to by the German
states. _^
The Manchester Guardian re-
ported this week that despite the
West German Government's good-
will only about six billion marks
had been paid out in compensation
claims of the 12 billion marks re-
mained to be processed. About 1,-
600.000 claims are presently under
adjudication in West Germany.
Persistent approaches at an ex-
ecutive level made by the Jewish
organizations over a period of
years have helped smooth out Ger-
man indemnification legislation
and its implementation, Dr. Nehe-
miah Robison, director of the
World Jewish Congress' Institute
of Jewish Affairs, said in a report
for submission to the WJC's plen-
ary assembly in Stockholm next
week.
"The implementation of the
agreements signed in Luxembourg
in October, 1952, required con-
stant activity involving enactment
of new legislation in the field of
compensation and restitution, fol-
lowing lip its implementation, and
discussions end negotiations with
federal and state governments,"
the report stated.
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to right are Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple spiritual leader,
Miles TralinS. and Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Registration is
currently in progress daily, 9 6.m. to -6 p.m., and Sundays,
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ________________________________
NAT POLLACK
Israeli Pilots Cool Soviet
MIG's Flown by Egyptians
TEL AVIV(JTA)Encounters
between Israeli fighter pilots in
their French-built Mystere-IV's
and Egyptian pilots in the Soviet-
built MIG-17's since the time of
the Sinai campaign have given the
Israeli pilots a feeling of confi-
dence and security, Col. Ezer
Weizmann. Chief of the Israeli Air
Force, said this week.
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H. AS POMWRPIFR IN THE PLANE
PllOTEIFY CAPTAIN COLIN KELLY,
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HARUNA OFF THF PHILIPPINES.
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SEA.HE JUkCHEP THE BOMR FROM
THE FLYING FORTRESS CHIEF
SEATTLE.WHICH SANK A 15,000 TON
xIAF TRANSPORT IN JANUARY, 1943,
AFTER MORE THANSlXir:OMWT
MISSIONS, HE WIN AN OPEWTIOV
OVER NEW GUINEA.HE WAS ArYAWtP
THE PKTINGUISHEP FLYING 2R0S5,
SILVER STAR 4OAK LEAF CIUS1ERE:
WAS POSTHUMOUSLY AWARPEP THE
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CERTIFICATE OF AAfRlTSIGNEP
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The Israeli airmen had taken the
measure of the Egyptians during
the Sinai campaign. Col. Weiz-
mann noted, when the Arabs flew
the MIG-15. But the MIG-17. intro-
duced later, was an "unpleasant
unknown." -
In recent encounters, however,
when Egyptian pilots violated
Israeli air space, the Israeli pi-
lots and their Mysteres success-
fully coped with the MIG-17's,
Col. Weizmann said, pointing out
that this had encouraged the
Israeli*.
The air commander's comments
appeared in a message he wrote
for the Air Force Bulletin in con-
nection with the observance of Air
Force Day on Aug. w
Referring to the high costs of
training and maintenance, Col.
Weizmann observed that when it
took only six minutes to reach Tel
Aviv from Egyptian bases or
Haifa from Syrian bases "no
price is too high when Israel's se-
curity is at stake."
Federation Exec
Gets Air Force
Reserve Advance
Nat Pollack, office manager and
comptroller of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has been pro-
moted from the rank of major to
lieutenant colonel in the United
States Air Force Reserve.
Pollack serves with the 435th
Troop Carrier Wing in Miami as
comptroller and financial advisor
to the wing commander. In this
capacity, he supervises the work
of four departments and the ac-
tivities of five officers and 40 en-
listed men.
Pollack's latest promotion in
the Air Force climaxes 17 years
of service. He entered the U.S.
Air Force as a private in March,
1W2, and served overseas in
Tripoli and North Africa, at
which time he visited nearby
European countries. He was in
Israel in 1933 as a member of
the Air Force.
Pollack holds graduate teacher's
certificates from the States of
| New York and Florida. He taught
i for the University of Maryland on
an overseas assignment, and has
; seven years of teaching expen-
1 ence in secondary and college lev-
el schools. Pollack served five
years with the Internal Revenue
Bureau as agent, and is a grad-
uate of Columbia University with
a Master's degree in business ed-
ucation.
He is married to the former
Annette Kessel, a 'nurse in the
United States Air Force. Their
four children are Rita. 14; Adrian,
;12; Leon, 11; and Harvey, 3
The Pollacks reside at 8600 SW
,2()th st., Miami.
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City Attorney to Speak
Miami Beach City Atty. Joe
Wamck wan euest speaker at a
luncheon meeting of Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith Tuesday
noon at the DiLido hotel. Gershon
S. Miller is luncheon chairman. Dr.
Abraham Wolf son presented an
Israel news report.
Granville Gallery
In New Exhibit
Granville Galleries on Ponce de
Leon blvd., Coral Gables, opens
Sunday with a new exhibit which
will continue throughout the month
of September.
Sculptures of Barbara Neijna
are featured, who studied at the
School of Fine Arts at the Univer-
Mty of Syracuse. She started her
career in art as a painter.
Rolfe Nyberg is showing six new
silver figurines for which he is
becoming widely known. Gigi
Aramesco is represented by sev-
eral of her new abstract expres-
sionists paintings. Fred Albert is
showing a number of new oils and
etchings inspired by his European
travels.
Dr. Granville Fisher b) gallery
director.
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30 Years Ago This Week
Moscow: Editors of several So-
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carrying on a vigorous editorial
Hght against anti-Semitism have
received letters warning them to
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by violence, it was reported this
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tnas Establishes
risofi Control Site
n Control Center has
n opened to the public and
| al Mt. Sinai Hospital of
Miami, according to an
0u, cement \V e d u e s.d a y by
Gertner, executive direc-
, is the 17th such facility.
toicd in the State of Florida, and
)S part of a network of over |
poison control centers in the
nited States and Canada.
The center will be in operation
i\ hours a day, and it located in
(he hospital'* Emergency De-
partment, where it is available
Uiroctly or by telephone. Those
In need of information may call
UE 2-3611 and ask the operator
to be connected with the center.
Dr. Robert Grayson is director
f the now facility. He is also
hairman of the poisoning control
ommittec sponsored by the Flor-
rta chapter of the American
Lcademy of Pediatrics and the
lorida Pediatric Society.
Principal purpose of the center
; to provide information on toxic
ngredients of drugs, medicines
nd commercial products to phy-
icians, and thus facilitate the
reatment of patients who suffer
rom accidental poisoning.
Statistics compiled by IS Flor-
da poison control estate I s fatcti-
cate that the hiehest accidental
peisening occurs in children be-
tween the see of 1 to 4 years,
nd that 78 percent of poisoning
cases are accidental.
Aspirin, which seems to most
ople the most innocuous of all
fdicines, is responsible for the
ighest number of poisoning cases
nd should be stored in a place
here 'it cannot be reached by
hildren, Dr. Grayson warned.
The Poison Control Center at
he hospital, besides containing
le necessary equipment for treat-
cases of accidental or delib-
rate poisoning, has an informa-
on and reference file with cross
dex stating the appropriate
vatment to be applied in each
Dbq,
Page 9-B
Carol Lynley tells Brandon De Wilde of their terrible mistake.
Their love brings tragedy in the form of pregnancy while they
are yet unmarried. This tale of poignant teen-age problems,
"Blue Denim," opens tomorrow at the Carib, Miami and Mir-
acle Theatres.
Theodore Leif
Is Bar Mitzvah
Theodore Jay Leif will become
Bar Mit7vah during Saturday
morning serv-
ices, Aug. 29, of
North Dade Jew-
ish Center. Rab-
bi Henry Okolica
will officiate.
The Bar Mitz-
vah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Leif, 15560
NE 15th ave.,
No. Miami. He
THiODOKf attends North
Miami Beach Junior High School.
Theodore will be honored at a
reception and luncheon Sunday at
the Carillon hotel.
Orah Chapter Social Sunday
'Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold a social and barbecue
Sunday, 3 p.m., at the home of
Miss Hilda Rosenberg, 1165 SW
12th st. In the event of rain, the
affair will be held at the home of
"Miss Florence Soloman, 1137 SW
5th st. Proceeds are for children's
projects in Israel.
IF Broadens
Campaign Power
I For the third straight week, Uni-
kii Fund officials .continued to
paden their design for a stream-
ed 1960 campaign with the ap-
bmtment of 13 more key chair-
len Saturday.
IJami's R. Brumby, 1960 drive
lairman, announced the new ap-
lintees would all hold important
sts in the four major divisions
kmed last week, which include
If Firms, Group Employes, Indi-
|duals and Special Divisions.
Appointed in the Firms Divi-
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SrOfi were Ben e>rewi%/ South
Florida manager. Southern Bell
Telephone Co.; J. H. Brack, vice
president in charge of industrial
and* personnel relation*, Eastern
Air Lines, Inc.; Eugene J.
Weiss, Miami Beach attorney;
and Ted Greenfield, general
manager, Saks Fifth Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Three more top executives as-
signed to the Group Employes Di-
vision are R. C. Fullerton, vice
president, Florida Power and
Light; Wilbur L. Morrison, execu-
tive vice president, Pan American
World Airways; G. James Hughes,
president, Metropolitan Bank of
Miami.
A key assignment in the Indi-
viduals Division was again given
to Mrs. Fred F. Ravlin, 1200 Al-
fonso ave., Coral Gables.
A brand new section in the I960
UF drive will be headed by Jos-
eph E. Henry, president of the
Miami Building Trades Council
and business representative of
Asbestos Worker*, local No. M.
Special Division assignments
went to Stuart Patton, of Patton
and Kanner, attorneys: James W.
Dickey, head of a private invest-
ment firm; Joe Eaton, Florida
State Senator; and Walter Weiss,
chairman of the Dade County
Metro Commission.
Brumby said all the section
chairmen will begin immediately
to recruit manpower for their spe-
cific assignments.
Wetstein Joins
Miami PR Firm
Mert Wetstein, Miami Beach
public relations counselor and for-
mer newspaperman, has Joined the
publicity public
relations agency
of Woody Kepner
Associates, Inc.,
of Miami.
Wetstein w i 1
continue to serv-
i c e his former
clients, i n c 1 tid-
ing the Miami
Beach Chamber I
of Commerce,!!
Chris Dundee
Sports Enterprises, and the Miami
Jai Alai Fronton, as account ex-
ecutive with the Kepner firm,
president Woody Kepner said.
Prior to entering the public re-
lations field, Wetstein served for
seven years as sports and city ed-
itor of the Miami Beach Sun. Be-
fore that he was a member of the
Miami News sports staff for four
years.
Nikita May Moderate
Anti-Jewish Operations
NJEW YGRK-(JVAr--garret Premier Nikila Khrushchev will not
permit Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, but mav "moderate"
the Soviet policy of anti-Jewish discrimination, according to Leon
Vplkov, expert on Soviet affairs for Newsweek, the weekly news review.
Mr. Volkov's forecast was made ------------------------------------
in connection with the possibility I ,D ,. L _
that the Soviet Premier may agree I B0C" Ch00r Dance
to see a delegation of American -, _, L ,
Jewish leaders during his visit .' *mpie B nal sholm Teen-Age
next month in this country Volkov.9ub Wl" no,d a "back to school"
believes that Khrushchev may re. dance Saturday evening, 7:30 p.m.,
ceive such a delegation with whom I Si ,he TcmPIe building. 16800 NW
he would discuss the situation of|22nd ,ve Bob Gavno'' "1 Bob
Soviet Jewry providing the Amer- Kay are masters of ceremonies.
ican Jewish community "can agree j
on the makeup of a three-or-four-
man delegation." He added that __--._,,_ #. nUl*;-*-
"picking a delegation, however. I mo*C*"* 0 Officiate
will not be as easy as it sounds.'
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"American Jews," declared the
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However nebulous all this sounds,
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{Khrushchev has raised hopes that
something at last will be done to
j improve the lot of Soviet Jews."
Emil Moscowitz will officiate at
believes {Saturday morning services, Aug.
29, of the oceanfront Sterling hotel.
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NAMES MAKE HEWS: Yael Dayan. 20. the daughter of Israel's
ex-Chief of Staff of Israels army. Moshe Dayan. is garnering as much
headline news these days as her illustrious father did in his warring
heyday.
She's written a provocative novel, and our underground sources
inform that it is kicking up quite a ruckus in Israel as a politico-literary
bombshell.
The title of her furor-maker is "New Face in the Mirror. Anyway,
it's quite prophetic because it has made Miss Dayan a new face to be
reckoned with in the literary world of Israel. Europe and the world
at large. It'll be a movie, too. before you know it.
ROM Sob*!, tho Wostvsow pro. back from relaxing and enjoy-
able crviso oboard the SS Yarmouth to Havana and Nassau. Other
localites who took part to the ooafoanaj holiday were Mr. and Mrs.
Harry SMverman. of Miami Boach. Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman, of
Miami, and D. Lovino. of Ft. Lauderdale.
Our good friend. Joe Stewart, of Eastern Shipping Corp., as busy
as he is with a new family arrival. Patricia Ann, reports that the Labor
Day Cruise, by popular demand, has been increased to four days, taking
in both Havana and Nassau.
Mrs. Stanley Carroll, of Bay Harbor Island, enjoying a reunion
with her daughter and son-in-law, Lois and Herman Cutler, and their
children, down from Philadelphia for a visit here through Labor Day.
Leonard Young and his "Rendezvous with the Stars" program on
WCKR going way up in local listening ratings. He's won loads of friends
and new listeners with his easy, breezy celebrity interview show. And
he's been extra busy the past two weeks, taking over a featured role
in "Pal Joey" at Coconut Grove Playhouse and carrying on his nightly
(around midnight) broadcast.
The George (No. One Lincoln Road Barber Shop) Kramers have
two young beauty winners in their blonde twin granddaughters, Mar-
lene and Charlene Kunis.
Noted among the Normandy Shores weekend golfing coterie were
Beach Councilman Mel Richard. Ben Seidler, jeweler Al Cutler, and
Ben Karn, operator of Sunny Isles Fishing Pier.
. Realty appraiser Saul Z. Bennett, of Miami Boach, is in Los
Angeles, conducting a special course in appraisal at the University
of Southern California. He and Mrs. B. are two of Bayshore's per-
ennial golfing couples.
The Harold Segals took in the native Calypso entertainment among
j others during their recent jaunt to Jamaica. Godfrey Pen-ell, of the
! Segal realty office, doing New England with the missus.
Architect Tony Sherman has returned from a "quickie trip" to
Rome to look over some recent construction there that interested one
of his clients.
Leonard Keller has a soft spot in his heart for any local musical
event. He was an orchestra leader in Chi before entering the realty
field here.
Arnold Renkoff. of Miami Beach, is in Chicago for an insurance
convention. And Beachites Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rickles are on a cruise
in the Caribbean area, visiting the Netherlands, West Indies, Vene-
zuela, Jamaica and Bahamas.
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MAKING THE ROUNDS: Since Betty Reilly took over the headline
spot in his "Havana Mardi Gras" revue at the Lucerne, bossman Oscar
Markovich reports the long-run show has been doing capacity business
every night. The blonde senorita is a magnet for celebrities, too. So
far, Martha Raye. only in town a few days, has seen the show twice.
Also in to see Betty's peppy eye-popping performance were Cliff Ferre,
the ch. 10 personality, and the fromer Lois Andrews, who was once
Mrs. Georgie Jessel and is now wed to Maj. Leonard Kleckner, whose
dad originated the popular Dave's Blue Room in New York.
Many local folk are traipsing to the Peacock Lounge in the Singa-
pore motel for after-midnight fun. The spot's open nightly to five ayem.
with smart intimate entertainment, and excellent food is served there
all night.
Manny Schein, boss of the Bombay hotel, spotted at the Bonfire,
enjoying the late show in the Pinto Lounge. Also there, the ubiqui-
tous Martha Raye. who really gets around. Bend leader Mandy
Campo (Pupi's kid brother) held over at the Deauville. Besides pro-
viding excellent American and Latin music for dancing, Mandy
(called "Mendel" by hi* Beach fans) is a glib ad-libber, too.
The Hoosier laugh-getter, Herb Shriner, who spends a lot of his vaca-
tion time in Miami Beach (he loves skin-diving) goes back to work
opening at the Fontainebleau's La Ronde on Friday.
Lenny Kent, who performed in Miami Beach, 'way before the rise
of the newer oceanfront hotels in the past decade, struts his stuff at
fi.^? .1! w 28. H&L Lenny was Partnered with Jackie
Miles at the old Paddock Club in South Beach when there were more
bookies than parking meters around the resort. How many of you
remember those mad days?
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goods emporium to ake advantage of the terrific buys in balls, racquets
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. Don t think there s a cleverer kiddie menu around than the one the
Bonfire has for its small fry diners ... And talking about the you* set
Al Goldman, of Fu Manchu. never fails to have a "goody" oTtwoln
hand for his tot trade, in the form of lollypops. bubble gum or other
S'f^K C,d SaUds and fine variety f cold cut plauer
luring the hungry businessman and shopper to the Rosedale restaurant
a /,N>fERSA.TION P,ECES: T*e excellenfportrayal of a middle
thl H're'?rn W'd0Wer by Fredfic March "^Middle 0, the N.gh :
the dramatic screen fare which has been packing them in at the Mumi.
Hymie Greenspan, of Dallas.
Tex., national vice comman-
der of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States
-and national liaison officer
for JWV to the Disabled
American Veterans, was
guest speaker last week at
Friday evening services of
Temple Beth El in West Palm
Beach.
SiiHjhs limited Dance Dae
Singles Limited will hold a
"splash and dance" party Sunday
evening, 7 p.m., at the Surfcomer
hotel. Men and women from 25 to
45 are invited to attend.
Boudrot Offers
Council Platform
John Boudrot is sctively cam-
paigning as a candidate for North
Miami City Council election on
Sept. 1.
Boudrot's background in munici-
pal government includes four
years on the City Planning and
Zoning Board, oh Which he"~nas
served as vice chairman the past
two years.
Boudrot lives with his wife and
three children at 1190 NW 128th
ter., is the owner of a roofing bus-
iness in the North Miami area.
Previous to opening his own busi-
ness, Boudrot wa employed by
Food Fair as its local manager.
Outlining his program for North
Miami, Boudrot stated that his
primary concern would be "the in-
creasing- of neighborhood services,
boosting North Miami businesses
and industries, strict budgetary
controls, personal concern of the
path of the expressway, reason-
able cooperation with Metro and
further reduction in the city's tax
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I An urgent appeal for continued foreign aid by the United
Slates as a program of "crucial importance" to the "legs devel-
oped nations and peoples of the world" is presented to the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee on' behalf bf the Syna-
gogue Council of America by Moses I. Feuerstein, of Brookline.
Mass.. president of the Union of Orthodox lev Oh Congrega-
tions of America (left). In his recent testimony, Feuerstein
[cited as a model for such mutual assistance the Code of Mai-
Imonides who taught that the highest level of charity "is to
strengthen the hand of the weak and to give him a loan or
lenter with him into partnership, or to provide him with work
Ito the end that he may no longer need the mercy of man."
I Feuerstein is shown chatting with two other national leaders
I who appeared at the Senate Committee hearing, Eric Johnston
(center), who testified for the Committee for International Eco-
(nomic Growth, and Dr. Donald Stone, of the Department of
(international Affairs of the National Council of Churches.
EDITOR, The J.wih Floridian:
In answer to Rabbi Lehrfleld's
letter in The Jewish Floridian of
Aur. 21, I for one do not object
to an ad for non-Kosher meat. I
respect the rabbis opinion, but
let mi- remind him that the rabbis
have made a farce of this kosher
business.
During Passover, they have en-
dorsed many food products such
as salami, soda waters and other
foods which certainly are not for
use during Passover.
Also, the Jewish butcher has not
helped to encourage use of kosher
moats The prices they charge are
ridiculous. Again. I do not see
why The Jewish Floridian should
not accept ads for non-kosher
products. I estimate that at least
70 percent of the Jewish popula-
tion do not keep a kosher home.
I am in full accord with Leo
Mindlin's column on this subject.
BENJAMIN RODIN
LEGAL NOTICE
loted Sculptor Dead at 78
LONDON-(JTA)Sir Jacob
pstein, one of the greatest sculp-
ir- c! contemporary times, con-
dcri'd British sculpture's Grand
Id Man, is dead. His death oc-
irred last Wednesday night, Aug.
. but was announced here Satur-
ay. He was 78.
Epste.n was the son of Polish-
ewish immigrant parents who
ad come to America. He was born
n New York's lower East Side in
?80. His first methodical studies
ere at the art school of the Edu-
iddish Writer
asses Away
SEW YORK- prominent Jewish journalist
id member of the editorial staff
the Jewish Daily Forward for
years, died of a heart attack
rly Saturday. He was 65 years
1. He was the United Nations
respondent of the Forward for
e last ten years. Earlier he was
y editor of the newspaper.
Born in Shargood, the Ukraine.
came to the United States when
was 20 years old. He studied
fiKineering at the Cooper Union
Now York, but became interest-
pi in the Jewish theatre and trans-
ited a number of plays by Tol-
Joy. Moliere. and Pirandello for
ine Yiddish Art Theatre.
'In 1919, he became manager of
Jhe Yiddish Art Theatre, but left
It in 1922 to join the Jewish Daily
forward as reporter and feature
writer. He is the author of a biof-
PPhy, in Yiddish, of President
D. Roosevelt, and of a Yiddish
pook on the venerable Russian
inter Leo Tolstoy.
cational Alliance on the East
Side. When his family had pros-
pered and had moved away from
the East Side, young Epstein rent-
ed a room on Hester st. so as to be
near the Jewish immigrant en-
vironment and*people who meant
most to him at the time.
A painter and illustrator as
wall as a sculptor, he made
many drawings of Jewish celeb-
rities, from Jacob Adler. Mau-
rice Moicowitch and Morris Re- .
enfold to Albert Einstein, Ste-
phen S. Wise and Chaim Woii-
mann.
Epstein went to Paris to continue
his studies in 1902, moved to Lon-
don in 1906, received in 1907 a cov-
eted commission to execute 18
over life sized figures for, the then
new British Medical Assn. bldg.
He became a British citizen in
1910, was knighted in 1954.
Many of the controversies sur-
rounding his work centered about
religious themes which he execut-
ed in a manner displeasing to
some Christian clergymen. Among
these disputed sculptures was his
statute of Christ, entitled "Ecce
Homo" (Behold thtj^Man). Among
the many illustrations that he had
done in his life was a series, con-
sidered by art critics as very pow-
erful, illustrating the Old Testa-
ment.
JACOB COHEN
lu."'V. 2? '*?!".- Ausv SI.
rN ''.' '" ii lyeava ago from
t?arim '-. n"d Wa retired fir* de-
CS captain. II, wa a Mason.
t.'n* V* h ** R*e Pearl;
vie "V"*-. l' i s;-.rvl,--- ere Aug. M at
MRS. HENRIETTA'FELDMAN
4ii. of MIS SW 4th it., died Auk. M-
K.ie came from IVrth AOtboy, N.J .
ii years ago. and \%ae a member of
'/Aim. ik Jewish Centei Hurt ins are
her husband. Victor: a son. Richard
A.; ; ml two daughters. Bharofi R.
and Beverly R. She also leave* three
Services and burial were In
I'erth Amboy. with local arrange-
in.hi* |>y Riverside Memorial chai>ei
Parents Invited
To Emanu-El
PTA of Temple Emanu-El this
week invited parents and children
to a series of gatherings to meet
Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman, new
education director of the Temple.
The gatherings are on Monday,
for members of students; Tues-
day, for non-members and chil-
dren; and Wednesday, for all new
students and parents.
Time of the gatherings at Sirkin
Hall next week is 7:15 to 9 p.m.
These events will aiso serve as
formal registration for all depart-
ments of the Temple Emanu-El
religious school. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader, and Dr. Her-
man R. Mechlowitz, chairman of
the school board, will be present
at the gatherings.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 44584.A
RK ESTATE (IK
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Bessie FRANKEL
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
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NOTICE I- hereb> given thai I
have ill.-.i m) lin.ii report anq peti-
tion for Hn.il Dlaoha KECU
riu of tin- estate of BBS8IE [JOB-
BER, also kini i |K i- nAN
KEL deceased; and th..< mi the ith
I will a pi
the Hooorabie W. F. BLANTON
Count) .incite.. ,,f Dads County, Flor-
ida, loi approval of s.u.i final
ind rr final dlsi aargi at EXECU-
Ior of ti. BBTATH ,,f BESSIE
l'!,"T^-';!v.. '''?' K" s 1*1
rKA.NKEL. il.-. eased.
Thl* UU\ day of August. IS
MAURICE i: nil MAN'
MTEJRM. IIKIMAN a, KAPLAN
1158 M w. ii si 'Miami, Fia.
AttOI n.- s f,r l-.i,, ul'ir
t-ii-ti
LEGAL NOTICE
Golf Pro Takes
Vacation Cruise
Ross Sobel, well-known golf pro-
fessional at Westview Country
Club in Miami, recently sailed on
the SS Yar-
mouth.
During a stop-
over in Havana,
Sobel took time
out to visit El
Country Club de
la Habana, the
famous site of
a vacation cruise
.o Havana and
Nassau in the
Bahamas aboard
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AM, T" WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS HHAIJ/rOMB, GREETINGS
Whereas, IRVING XATHAXKiiN,
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA: M1LLI-
Ch.NT H. COLE. MIAMI BEACH
FLORIDA: DEAN A ARRASHKIN
MIAMI ROACH. FLORIDA did on
the 11th day of December, A.D. ISSO
cau*e to be incornnrateil under the
provlnlons of the general corporation
low of the State, of Florida: RIKI>
CONKTRl'CTION CORPORATION a
corporation, with Its principal place
of Imslness at CORAL CAULKS.
UAJ>K CiifSTT In the Stale of Flor-
Ida, anil wh^ren* the ntcH-kholder^ of
SUoh coi-|H,rution did on the 3ftth dsv
of July, A.D. 19:.9. cause to he filed
In the office of the Secretary of Rtate
of the State of Florida, a Consent of
all the KtiKkholder* under the pro.
visions of said Chapter ns, Florida
Statutes. Knowing; the flleetllulluil ..f
su-h i-orporatlon.
Now, therefore, the Seiietarv of
state doe* hereby certify t.. (he fore-
eolnK and that he l HatiBfleil that
qulromento of law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHBRBOF, I have
hereunto sel mj hand and have
affixed the Client Baal 'if the
State ..f Florida. .. Tallahansee;
th capital, thlx the Thirtieth
day of July. A 11
'seal! i: \ .;i;\v.
Seiretaiv nf Hi
a is ss
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBY OIVEN that
he underatsned, desliini to enaace In
business under the fictitious n
AMMO PBEMIl'M FTNANCE st Slot
ne Iloulevard inlends t.i re-
ald name with the Clerk el the
Circuit Court .if Imde IVmntv. Horlda
AMERICAN MORTOAOE *
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Sole Owner
s/SS. /4t!-t
<_____________________i_____________
SOUL
HYMAN MANHOFF
71, of ISOO W 18th ve., died Au*.
St. A resident for IS years, he ares
a retired upjiololorer lie in survived
by his wife. Sadie: two eons. Jack and
Joseph, unit a dai.cht.-r. Mrs Sarah
I'ravlti Rervlooa wmtm Aua. It at
tiordon Funeral Home, with burial In
" NlneJ Cemet.
'^V^VeAa^>_/A^^^<
eew-V^Ue^^V-V^v.
< OMMMJIM VJRUIT BASKETS OUR SPECIALTY
FRUIT
CIRCUS
1698 S.W. Flogltr T.r.
Miami, Florida
FK .1-9275
e>W^V^W^~->
the Havana Open in years gone
by.
Sobel, who has made many voy-
ages aboard the SS Yarmouth,
said "I never had so much for so
little as you get aboard the SS
Yarmouth and SS Evangeline on
their-cruises. Your comfort is the
most important thought in their
minds."
In Nassau, Ross also visited one
of his favorite spots, the wonder-
ful Paradise Beach, often called
the most beautiful beach in the
world.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.' IN CHANCERY,
No. 5SCS077
ORACE NORTON THOMAS
lialntlff,
vs.
W. C.EORGE THOMAS.
Defeiidsnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: W flEORllK THOMAS
l"7 Smith Wayne Street
Mllledg-eville. Georgia
You. B'GBORliB THOMAS, are
hereby notified that a Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
I'leadlne to the Mill of Complalal on
the plaintiff's Attorney. SOI, ALEX-
ANDER, i >ne Lincoln R.d Ruildlna,
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original Answer or I'leadlne In the
offU-e of the Clerk of the Cir.uit
Court on or before the i?r.tti dav of
September, USD. If you *ail to do so,
Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demand..I
In the Hill of Complaint.
Thin, notice shall be publlahed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONB AM' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this H.'.th daj of Auaust, A.D.
I ir..
E H. I.EATHERMA.V. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dado Cmintv Florida
i.-eali B) II. II ItK'K Ii: .
Deput> Clerk
I i-n-is
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
Ne. 47400- C
IN RE: Estate of
I'll.'MAS LA WHO N thui:i.K!-:li>
I 11 l t Me* 11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
p.. All Creditors .md All I'eraons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
foil are hereby notified and re-
in preeenl ima and de-
mands whl.h >ou may have against
..f TIP "MAS LA
TIIIIKI.KKI.P d. eased UtU of Dade
County, Florida, to the County Judges
Of I 'ail
their
house in i>:..ie County. Florida, wlth-
fr.m the
if the first pu
,.r the s, i
HUM
Adll e of
:l. and i
M
BfiJ.sTi'-"-'-
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No 59-5042-A
FLORIDA CNDKROARMENT I'll,
INC.. s Florida corporation,
Plaintiff.
va,
MOE wuir,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: MOE WOLF.
I 'efell.tal-r
14 Fulton Avenue
Atlanti.- Reach
I.onx I-land. New Yolk
Yiil' ARK HEREBY. NOTIFIED that
a BUI of Complaint for Damages on
Leassd Premises has been filed
agsinst you, wherein plaintiff is the
lessee, and you are the lessor, and
you are hereby required to earre a
ropy of \ our Answer op I'leadlne to
said Bill of Complaint on plaintiffs
attorney MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
1111 Alnsley Bldg. Miami. Horlda.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of th, ths-l
Civil Court. l>ade Count! is.-
Miami. Fla on
day of
to do ho, Judgment lake'a
ngalnsi
in the Bill of C
1 s >.\ i
V '-lerk.
I 'it
NOTICE UNDER .
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK I.- HEREHV GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, deslrlnt '" enawK '.
buslnes i under ilu fictitious name .f
PAN AMERICAN WHOI Ei+ALE IMS-
TRIBI'TORa '1 -l::, S.W _',th Ter-
tends in n
sal i name nrlth the Clerk of th
I 'mil i ,, Florida.
JOSEPH SHAVKI.I,
Fole uunrr
Bl'GBNE M Al.lw
Altoi ney for Applii
I U Bldg.
Miami, Florida
8/2-S, I 4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTII .: I.- HBREBY GIVEN that
i
'ill.I. i I Ii, Ii, : II n of
NORMAN REALTY II :' : ... Wmi
i Street. Miami. I- lot Ida Itatenda
I n in.. uii in. k
"i the Circuit Coin; .a
Florida.
NORMAN KAPLAN, Bole Owner
'P d.l >M \ \ a. i',i IIJ ISTEIN
Attorneys for Reglslranl
:v I i-ll-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HHREBY orVBN that
the uii'lersiKneil. desiring to enaaa*
Inisiness under the fictitious naiue of
V.L.M COTTONS FRESHY JITN-
IORS OF KUHllPA, INC., at 111 N.W.
r.th Ktieet. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
VAOATIONLAND MODES. INC
Sole Owner
MARVIN l WIKNKI:
Attorney for Applicant
1111 Alnsley Bldg.
t/Z*. 9'4-ll-IR
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HWKHV GIVEN that
the understgned. desli ine to eneaae In
Imsiness under the fictitious name of
RoY'S Cim'KTAIL LOUNGE SPE-
CIALTIES at UtO North Miami Ave-
nue. Mland. Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of l>ade County, Florida.
ROY TANNENRAl'M
SHELDON I schi.i:si\,;kii. Esq.
Attorney for Rov'a Cocktail
Ismnge Specialities
'J. 9'4-ll-I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MERELY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enwK- in
business under the fictitious n........f
MIAMI H WALL STREET SYNA-
GOGUE at III NE Ind ay. Miami
Intends to reeisi.-i -all name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade
Countv, Florida.
NATHAN ABRSHAM
8/2X. 9'4-Jl-tg
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enirtge In
huslnese under the fictltlrt'i., name *,f
MINTON CLUB -it -'i'i NE tod Ave,/
Miami Intends to reyi.ier Kaid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Horlda.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
S/2S, 9/4-11-18
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COMIX CREETIN'-.S
Whereas, PHILIP COHNSTEIN,
IVHST MIAMI, FliORIDA: FLOR-
ENCE coilNSTBtN. WEST MIAMI,
FLORIDA: ALBERT SPECTOR. MI-
AMI BEACH. FlA>RIDA; KVA SPEC-
TOR. MIAMI REACH. FM>KH'A did
on the *Slh day of May. A I' 1957
cause to be Incorporated under the
provisions of Chapter 80S. Florida
Statutes. MIDWAY THEATRES*.
INC., a corporation, with Its prlnctoil
place of huslness at MIAMI. DADH
i'iCNTY. In the State of Florida, and
whereas the stis-khol.lers of such cor-
poration did on the 18th day of Aug-
ust, AD. 1959, cause to be filed in
the office of the Sc.retarv of State of
the State of Florida, a Consent of all,
the stiM-khoidere under the provisions
of said Chapter 80S, Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does herel.y certify to the fore-
coing snd that he Is that
the requirements of law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I h.iva.
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed iii. Qroal Bei..... the State
, of Florida, at Tallah%see, the
Capital, this the EIGHTEENTH
day of A0OU8T, A \> l-9
''ill R. A GRAY.
BVcrotarj of state.
8/2* ',9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C 7428
BETTY BURDETTE DEES.
Plaintiff.
ve.
CARL L. DEES.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: A.D./* Carl 1. Dees
. N.A.R.T I'
c/o Aircraft Maintenance
Naval Air Station
Memphis. Tennessee
Toil are hereby notified th-it a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce ha* beea
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a cop\ of your Answer
or Pleading to the Rill of Comnlaint
on the. plaintiffs Attorney STDNET
M. AJIONOVITZ. HHH Alnsley Build-
ing,-Miami 12. Florida, and Hie the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
before the 7th day of September,
1969. If you fall to do so pidgment
l.y default will be taken against
for the r.-llef demanded In the
of Complaint.
This notice snail he published onoe
each week for four i -eke
:n THE JEWISH Fl 'RIDIAN
DONE \ VI' ORD
Florida, thl- Mh day of August. A.D.
MAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Count '"" .rlda


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^23c
15c
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ROAST
LB.
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Above Prices Effective Sunday
Also at our Coral Way Kosher Market
Market Open Sundays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
THREE CONVENIENT FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
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