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Sub-Teen Group Formed At A.I. The Sub-Teen Youth Group sponsored by Congregation Anshei Israel, this week swung into action with an organizational “get-together” at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Yale Weinstein, 3423 E. Haw thorne Street. Invited to participate in the co-ed group were those boys and girls who, at the begin ning of the fall semester, will enter either the 7th or Bth grade of Junior High. Mrs. Weinstein, serving as co - leader, announced that Mrs. Gert Goldberg as the co leader of the group, will work with her immediately follow ing the summer vacation. Mrs. Goldberg, currently va cationing in the East for the summer, and Mrs. Weinstein have detailed extensive plans for this group __ COMPLETE LINE of • FATHER’S DAY CARDS • GRADUATION CARDS growing with Tucion Books and Stationery Rental Library On the Mezzanine Stone at Pennington FOUR CITY-WIDE OFFICES • Westerner Hotel Building • 3828 E. Speedway • Southgate Center • 235 W. Congress Assets Over $2,500,000 | SUMMER OFFER! | GOLDEN SECRET | i M by HELENE curtice l H • A specially formu- 5 lated Shampoo for ■ H t] protecting your V M I , hair against the ■ / drying sun and ■ [SALON BEAUTv)I = 3238 E. Speedway - EA 5-0234 - Tucson Inn - MA 3-4472 n Personalized Hair Styling Here ’N There IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIUIIiIIIIHU By BIG GAYLE GOODMAN THE TWO CHAPTERS of B’nai B’rith Girls here in Tuc son held their elections of officers last week. After a hectic week of final examina tions in school, these consci entious girls settled down to the task of electing new lead ers for the coming year. Stars of Rebecca elected Judy Goldstein, winner of the Regional Oratory Contest, as their new president. Also Sue Lavine, vice-president; Ma rion Kaplan, recording seci'e tary; Mary Tannenbaum, corresponding secretary; Au drey Lukacs, treasurer; Ruby Bell and Diane Maiman, co reporters; Marcia Silberman, historian; and past-president Libby Serbin as counselor. LILLIAN WALD BB G gave Evy Fink the honor of representing them as presi dent next year. Assisting her will be Evy Arm, vice-presi dent; Sue Kaufman, record ing secretary; Pauline Brady, corresponding secretary; An nette Halpern, treasurer; Judi Lerner, reporter; Paul ette Halpern, historian; Gail Fierson, guardian, and Ellen Bernstein, conductress. Congratulations to the new officers of two fine teenage organizations. HERE AND THERE hopes you will repre sent the Jewish Youth faith fully and whole-heartedly. Stockton, California and the College of the Pacific will be the site of the annual District No. 4 BBG Conven tion June 27 through July 1. Attending from Tucson as regional delegates will be Judy Goldstein and Betty Sacherson. Audrey Lukacs and Paula Fischer were dele gated to go by their respec tive chapters. I Pioneer HOUSE U made in Arizona ■ THE ARIZONA POST Sen. Ackerman To Seek County Attorney’s Post State Senator Harry Ackerman has announced his candidacy for the Democratic party nomination for Pima County attorney. Ackerman, a native of Tucson, has served in the State Legislature for the past four years, the last two of which SEN. HARRY ACKERMAN U.S.-lsrael Aid Figures Given NEW YORK (JTA)—Amer icans have invested in 256 new enterprises in Israel dur ing the ten years of existence of the Jewish State. Nathan Straus HI, president of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry, re ports. He said the total volume of trade in both goods and serv ices between the United States and Israel exceeded $1,500,000,000 during the dec ade, with Israel purchasing some $850,000,000 worth of goods in the United States. At the same time, he announced that the Chamber’s program for the second decade called for a total of $1,500,000,000 in trade between the U. S. and Israel. Call Jules Goldberg Specializing MA . V, ,1" 15 EAST ALAMEDA IRV'S CHEVRON SERVICE fCntVnUN \= Standard Oil Products V 6ASOUNE / * Slide Rule Scale Wheel Balancing WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Ft. Ix>we 11 at Dodge Blvd. fEgygggy' Ph. EA 5-3943 V B DRUGS, SUNDRIES COSMETICS, TOILETRIES I FOUNTAIN SERVICE WALSH DRUGCoT 3853 E. Broadway aft Alvemon Your Complete Neighborhood Drug Store FREE DELIVERY PROMPT SERVICE Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sundays 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. were as State Senator from Pima County. ACKERMAN, 33 years of age, graduated from the Uni versity of Arizona law school in January, 1952 and served as a Deputy County Attorney during the administration of Robert Morrison and Morris K. Udall. Ackerman stated that the success of law enforcement is dependent upon the deter ent effect of effective prose cution of law violators and that his office will be dedi cated to that proposition. During World War II he served as a B-29 pilot in the South Pacific. Ackerman is married and has three chil dren. HE BELONGS to the Ari zona and Pima County Bar Associations, is past presi dent of the Young Demo cratic Clubs of Arizona, and is a member of the American Legion and VFW. He also be longs to the Optimist Club and Elks Club and is a mem ber of B’nai B’rith. Ackerman is a member of the Mayor’s Committee on Human Rela tions and of the Tucson Coun cil of Civic Unity. He is a board member of Temple Emanu-El. Israel’s Level of Living Is Among World’s Best (Continued from Page 1) ing” from the angle of life ex pectancy, Israel is one of the world’s leaders. In Israel, a one-year-old male infant can reasonably expect to live to nearly 70. Israel’s tubercu losis death rate. is far lower than those of the neighboring states. On the other hand, in such “sophisticated” diseases as heart failure and cancer, Is rael’s picture is darker than Egypt’s. In 1954, Egypt’s can cer death rate was only 25.6 per 100,000 deaths, while Is rael’s was 89.8 in 1955 and 94.5 in 1956. The U. S. cancer death rate —still higher—was 1.465 per 100,000 in 1955. kj^er! ?/' y *T'jt \ NEW PRESIDENT — Mrs. Norman L. Tillim (left), incoming president of Sheva Pioneer Club, receives the gavel from Mrs. Sidney Nevins, outgoing president of the labor Zionist group. BB Women Plan Gala Card And Swim Party June 26 A gala swimming and card party will be sponsored by B’nai B’rith Women June 26 at the Sands Motor Hotel. Announcement of the affair was made by Mrs. Earl Sydow, president of the chapter and Mrs. Edward Kleiner man, vice-president and ways and means chairman. There will be a dairy buf fet table for luncheon, swim ming and cards and mah jongg at poolside or indoors. Donation is $2.50 per per son with proceeds going to the group’s program for vet erans. Mrs. Irving Kasen, chapter chairman for the pro ject, will assist Mrs. Kleiner man in addition to hostesses Mmes. William Auerbach, Louis Broder and Milton Lev kowitz. ■* Reservations are necessary and must be made by June 24 by calling Mrs. Kleinerman (EA 6-2558) or Mrs. Kasen (EA 6-5720). o . Israelis Make Ancient Find Previously, it had been be lieved that the Nabateans, dating back some 2,500 years, were the oldest people to have farmed what is now a desert region. Prof. Evenari believes that the Nabatean cities dis covered in the Negev were ac tually built on the ruins of older Jewish settlements. His theory contradicts that of another famous Negev ex plorer, Prof. Nelson Glueck, president of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati and archaeologist, who laid open many Biblical secrets in Pal estine in the past few dec ades. If Services wifth Dignity I -mi‘/.nv+ M&riiuiJip, &nc. ill:. 3rd St. at Stone MAin 4-8685 Ilk, VERNA E. YOCUM, Director p!!!!!HjHI!*n!i:» *•*•*•»• P»..jwK DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF FINE MONUMENTS HEBREW INSCRIPTIONS J. B. WILSON AND SON 261 W. Ft. Lowell Rd. (Bet. Oracle & Stone) Ph. MA 4-1271 Friday, June 13, 1938 llllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU Births iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii To Mr. and Mrs. J. William Mandelbaum a son, Richard Jack, 7 lbs. 13 oz., on May 31. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mandelbaum and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Oppman. • • • To Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fried a son, Jonathan Paul, 4 lbs. 14 oz., on June 3. Grandparents are Mrs. Si mon Fried and Mrs. Anna Winter. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Swernofsky or Bronx, N. Y. • • • To Mr. and Mrs. Nestor Roos a son, Robert Franklin, 6 lbs. 3'l* oz.. on June 8. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Levy of Baton Rouge, La. The great grand mother is Mrs. Morris Fried man of St. Louis. <SLOW DOWN onefUVß!