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The Jewish Floridian ( May 11, 1956 )

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lewtthJBoridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEED. ,30-Number 19 ^ %  ig Says His UN Achievement Will Hinge On Goodwill L _. ., i — nnrrinruT I % %  _, WORLD PRESIDENT fide Jews' Israel's Main length, Dr. Goldmann Tells Closing Zionist Cong. Session He May Return to Near last in June; Deal With Suez Blockade, Jordan Plan n am ^ „ NATI0NS J < JTA >~^nited Nations Secretary General Dag-> Hammarskjold returned Sunday from his "peace mission" to the Middle EMI apparently satisfied with his achievements in securing uncondi-1 lonal cease-fire pledges from Israel and the neighboring Arab coun! tries. He emphasized, however, 4hat "only the future can show what'' tSALEM (JTA)The 24th gress suggested here that Dr. Abba thanks to the goodwill of the governments concerned, may grow out Zionist CongraH closed Hillel Silver be elected chairman .of it." B l kith the ilcction of Dr. Naof the Zionist Actions Committee.! Mr. Hammarskjold. who was met at the airport by members of the oldmann as president of the which is the supreme Zionist body United Nations Security Council, may return tothe Middle East in June Zioni>l organization, the of a 17 member world exand the election of a 100tx Zionist Actions Commit\fr. Goldmann. who was electa vote of 272 to 42, with be Revisionists in opposition, faso authorized by the Con[to appoint an acting chair[ the Jewish Agency executing his absences from eithI York or Jerusalem. Iterations were still going on night on the naming of an chairman of the executive Jerusalem, as well as for the lYork branches of the execu] These acting chairmen will the work of the respective urters during the absence of oldmann from either New \a Jerusalem. Uapai delegates at the Conbetween world congresses. Joseph t0 continue further negotiations Sprinzak the present chairman, with the Arab countries and Israel has indicated his readiness to reir an attempt to reinforce the gains sign in favor of Dr. Silver. Other of his present four-week trip and parties, too, are supporting the to make a start on settling the Mapai proposal, subject to Dr. Silbroader issues of the Arab-Israel ver's acceptance. conflict. These issues include the Negotiations were also continui Egyptian blockade of the Suez ing on the possible inclusion in the. Canal against Israeli shipping, deWorld Zionist executive of the marcation of permanent frontiers, the Jordan River COLLINS IN LANDSLIDE; SHATTERS PRECEDENT In a history-making election. Gov. LeRoy Collins was returned to office Tuesday, winning without a runoff. With most of Florida's Continued on Pag* 11 A APPEAL MADE *? Soviet Urged Restore Rights JERUSALEM (JTA) — Resolutions calling upon the Soviet Union to restore to its Jews their full right to live a normal Jewish life, urging the freeing of all Zionist prisoners and their immigration to Israel and condemning the Arab states for their worldwide antiIsrael anti-Jewish propaganda were adopted here by the 24th World Zionist Coigress at its closing session Sunday. The Soviet Government was also asked to restore to Jews the right to re-open Jewish schools, yeshivoth and seminaries for training rabbis and teachers, as well as other institutions of Jewish culture and art; the right to reestablish in the USSR a Jewish press and literature and to use the Hebrew lanprecincts counted by mid-week, development j Collins led the field by some 103.which Israel wishes to start but;000 votes over his nearest oppowhich the Arabs oppose, and the Continued on Page 8 B GOV. LIROY COLLINS way out front PLEDGES MUST BE PRACTICED Arab refugee question. Mr. Hammarskjold's full report of the results of his negotiations with the Arab countries and Israel was expected to be released by the Security Council later this week. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold's The statement which he issued peace mission to the Middle East has resulted in certain positive upon his arrival was brief and lim-1 achievements, but the agreements he has obtained "must be tested in ited itself to pointing out the role practice" by the Arab states, Mordecai R. Kidron, deputy chairman of of the United Nations in helping member governments maintain peace. It read as follows: "The assignment from which I the Israel delegation to the UN, declared here Wednesday. Mr. Kidron, who had left for a vacation to Israel on Mar. 16—nearly three weeks before Mr. Hammarskjold left on his peace mission—returned here about and hour after the secretary general's return. Mr. return is sofar unique in the de> K dron sat in, while in Israel, on all the conversations between the UN velopment of the United Nations. It is for others to evaiute the reContinued on Page 2 A chief and Premier David Ben Gurion and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. "The secretary general," Mr. Kidron declared, "set out to do cerContinued on Page 2 A SUGGEST REVISION IN BASIC AMERICAN LAW *. MAHUM GOLDMANN Jewry's rale Immigration Group Urges U.S. Senate Committee to Extent) Our Relief Program WASHINGTON (JTA)—Revision of the U.S. basic Jg W LEADER RAPS 'EXCESSIVE NOSTALGIA' Of 'YESTERDAY'S' COMMUNITY reedom Spurs Jewry's Growth-Klutznick iUting a new growth rather "•decline" in Jewish life in United States, Philip M. .'. president of the B'nai ""•declared here this week. f* m America are "enjoying J^*^ envir nment for the is currently conducting hearings here on "problems guagethe right to establish conimmigration law and extension of the Refugee Relief connected with emigration of refugees and escatact with Jewish communities in! Act were urged by the United HIAS Service in a pees." other countries and with Israel. I message addressed to the Senate committee which Abner Bregman, chairman of the United Hias • executive committee, said in his message that the position of the United Hias in regard to legislative changes of the Refugee Relief Act was contained in the joint proposals prepared by members of the American Council of Voluntary Agencies, and which was addressed to President Eisenhower last February 16. "With regard to the Refugee Relief Act itself, we do feel that the expectations under this Act have not been realized and I that every effort should be made 'to give the eligible persons an opportunity to complete their appliContinued on Pag* 2 A FASHINGTON (JTA) — The longest period of time known to P 1 of American freedom "is a Jewish community." Mr. Klutz'ung a new growth rather nick added. -l If T IH_ JJED NATIONS—UN Sec ~ General Dag HammerU beck from hit peace to the Middle East. But Fo 'ign Minister Moshe told the secretary gen"Mnetday that his goverrv 1 concerned over "the outbreak of violence "* Egyptian and Jordan ^anaretr-s charges in' crossings, mining T*r vehicles and firing He spoke at the opening session of the five-day triennial convention of the 113-year-old organization, the oldest of its kind in the United States. More than 1,000 delegates were pres&f l ent, including observers from the B'nai B'rith organization in Is reel, Europe and Latin America Mr. Klutznick predicted the exj pansion of Jewish communities throughout the non-Communist world "both numerically and spiritual and cultural movej ments." He decried "exccss.ve nostalgia" among some Jewish leaders who. he said, are attempting 'to superimpose on Jewish life in America some of the metn-i ods. ideas, programs and customs of the Jewish communities oi tlTtJ'lV The world president of B'nai B'rith scored the "penitence by propaganda" of Soviet rulers. The new Soviet rulers, he declared, "are trumpeting some truths about the persecution of Jews behind the Iron Curtain, but seek absolution by casting the blame for it on Stalin." He said he would "accept the premise that the new Soviet regime is truly opposed to anti-Semitism. I recognized the existence of conditions which would make possible a B'nai B'rith movement in Moscow or Kishinev free to pursue its purpose as are the Jews of B'nai B'rith in such places as Rome and Dublin." TRAINED EXPERTS A RE PART OF DEAL Czechs Send Syrians $30 Million in Arms LONDON (JTA)—Czechoslovakia is shipping some $30 000 000 worth of weapons and ammunition to Syria at bargain prices, it was reported here in the Daily Telegraph, a leading British newspaper. The Telegraph said the shipment was agreed on six weeks ago, and that some arms already are believed to have been unloaded in the Syrian port of Latakia. Equipment being shipped to the Arab nation includes 100 tanks, 50 of German and 50 of Russian design; nearly 100 armored cars; heavy anti-aircraft guns and field artillery in undisclosed quantities; 25 Russian-made M1G jets, naval munitions and other ammunition of various kinds, the newspaper said. It reported that Communist experts are being sent to Syria to train troops in the use of the new weapons, and some Syrian officers will receive special training in Czechoslovakia.



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Page 2 A J*i*t fkridlian Dag Says Results Will Depend Upon Goodwill of East Continued from P? 1 A suit, and only th* future mn show thanlu to the B IwiU of the • amenta i i : n However an.I thai I • to stress the assignment has shown that the Un t< >i Nations can %  • |j helpful t" meml tr %  in their i-li t" reestablish o nd maintain p • by imposing it~ will. i\ bringing out whet icom: %  iund i ement to the • a conflict and erystallizi in a way which gives the n merits a firm point In un which thrv can move forward frfcn to memhors of the DEADLINE NOTICE All copy nd photographs submitted for 1 publication in next week'* i*suo of The Jewish Floridion must be in our offices not later than Monday noon. May 14. Offices of The Jewish Floridian will be closed for the Shavuoth holidays from sundown Tuesday. May 15, through sundown Thursday, May 17. local Composers to be Heard .Miami Public Library and Miami Music Teachers' Assn. will pn I pragrtaH from thworks ,,i posei oi the Greater Miami in the library auditorium SetVda) ewning. Frida v May M "e Loin, C „ 0n : pl wM i.w^tST rifi^uncii. Mr, HaBimarj-k1 wSPureeteir *t the airY>ori by Dr Jacob Robinson, member of the Israeli delegation at the United Nations, an well as by representatives >i Syria and Egypt He left the airport lor UN headquarters where it was announced that he would begin conferring with mem of the Security Council and the "interested parties" meaning Israel and the Arab delegations •ice. James .]. WadSWOrth, deputy man oi the United States del. I the United Nations. uJd that Mr Hammarskjold was not exrform miracles on his ; %  • %  his successful nego.in testify both to his own %  ; per isten< e, and to the • ,".'i o| t h< : ractical step, to relieve r stateatents were 1 •. the representatives oi t the 1 Official Says Pledges Must be Practiced Continued fiom Page 1 A t::in thn it ol which v i-e-fire from all ;. ernments concerned, Israel and the poor Arab states inatorj to the armi I nts But tins i | leries ol agreements on paper and In word oi mouth How iirm fcBMa* ftgreeOM nts arc depend Ml Israel's nei'-'hl Mr Hammarskjold has made a considerable accomplishment. But the same dangers that existed before his mission exist today, ritimate optimism depends on how the agreements arc translated into action on Israel's berderi Wrl have greal admiration for Mr. Hammarskjold. He left those wh % REV. WM. W. LiPSON Mohel Associated with all Hospitals in Great* *; I Telephone 9-6308 sv XHEVROir Continued from Page 1 A cation and be admitted to the United States under this Act." 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Page 4 A !***/** RnrHHyr vJemsfi fiendian \ National Editsrial Association, Amir. English-Jewish Nsmspapars, Florida Published every rrlday alnee 1927 by the Jewish %  Meridian at 12C N. E Sixth Street. Miami is, Fiona* Entered as second-class matter July 4, ItSO, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March* S. 187. The Jewish Floridian haa absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly Member of the Jewish Telegrsphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, World wide News Service. can Association of Press Association. OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones FR 4-1141 FR 4-8212 'cuarsntoe the Tn Its r-oltimnn. The Jewish ruth of the %  mi dum not %  aruarsntee the Kaab 'lanriise advertised f U One Year %  S C n P T MOO ON RAT Two Years I • i FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN News Editor Volume 30 Sivan 1. 5716 Friday. May 11. 1956 Number IS A National Personnel Crisis "Meeting the Personnel Crisis in Our Jewish Schools" will be the theme of a regional conference slated for Miami next weekend. Coming here will be outstanding educators and delegates from communities in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama. Conference will be keynoted with an address by Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director of the American Association for Jewish Education. Workshops on various chases of tW^3araonr.el crfcsjt arA scheduled for the conference designated to alert the American Jewish community to present dangers involved in a depleted corps of teachers and other professionals in the Jewish education field. It is clear that Jewish youth across our nation today must look to the religious school as the essential center of their training in Judaism. The religious school, whether it functions daily in 1 afternoon or on a Sunday basis—or, indeed, ether its curriculum is embodied in a paroal school organization needs a well-qualified body of personnel constantly on hand horn which to draw men and women for its faculty I executives. Fact is that, as in the case of the secular teaching profession, our Jewish religious schools do not suffer horn lack of need for their services but from lack of guarantees to teachers that they will be fairly and properly rewarded. A major problem for the conference in Miami will therefore be to determine means of attractinq teachers to train for employment in Jewish schools. Whether the possibilities will involve such inducements as waqe adjustments or retirement plans, educators at the conference here will also have to determine means of drawinq lay community leaders into their discussions in order to apprise them of the essential difficulty and to seek their views on the personnel ail For the fact is that the American Jewish com.ity has been expanding rapidlyand. with this phenomenon, has come the expansion of its jeligious school needs. Only the combined efforts o? educators end laymen alike can solve c crisis that threatens to undermine the instruci of our vouth. For it is principally the contribution of lay community leaders that will encouraqe our educators to meet the challenge with the firm knowledge that they are necessary to the continuation of Jewish tradition. The Shavuoth Observance SHAVUOTH MOODS IN ISRAEL Jews throuohout the world will celebrate the Shavuoth holidav beainninq on sundown Tuesday evenina. Traditionally, this observance, as ordained bv ancient law, was desianeH to give i TS a he onpor un „ y ol e „ pre8 !" h e l&ZZSi IZffZSZZ?* !" t £ c,a„,ud. ,c t ,he fa, M, o. ** sp ,i„ g ha, aching abou.te^CC ££•£ What Has Been Achieved? UN secretary general Dag Hammarskjold is back from his tour through the Near East. Mr. Hammarskjold's return coincides with an announcement made this week by the Council of Foreign Ministers of North Atlantic Treaty Organization members who have been meeting in Paris -among other things to discuss the Israel-Arab question. To begin with, Mr. Hammarskjold's tour is being viewed by the West as a successful effort on the part of the UN to bring peace to the trouble spot. In the wake of this attitude. NATO countries led principally by Big Three policy, indicated in their Paris announcement that it is up to the United Nations to silence the guns in the Near East. But Mr. Hammarskjold himself has been infinitely more cautious in appraising the value of his trip. In light of this appraisal, as well as in light of cool examination of what has been accomplished, the Big Three position seems all out of proportion to the reality of the situation. This, coupled with the U.S.-British French inspued announcement in Paris, adds up to the fact that the Near East crisis remains as sharp as it did before the UN authorized Mr. Hammarskjold to make his peace tour. For one thing, the secretary general merely succeeded in achieving tacit Arab acceptance of some of the basic agreements set forth in the • f y LEO MINOLIN CEEMS SOME of our local orthodox rabbi, hand I don't quite know what's seiM ,,. '* ^ ently riding high on a selfengineere£ them but, don't care to fall in among the HffiJgJ* **£* t d uTbe.ii f f. thCre ,S !" !" b^-nlS^gj But it seems to me that Jews ahm- %  restraint when it comes to such matters T tv7 P e Ao*. the victims of religious tealots. Nonetheless iLS. h a e hi *3 rabbis don't feel that way. For inexplica 2 r l of 0u flf y entering into the habit of iuuing d^^^Sl aking increasing delight in employing thr h .""NiJ lary of the ancient church fathers absurd nau*£ On my desk is a "decree" of one Rrarh proclaimed a "ban for any Torah traditional S^ "** in membership In religious organizations K*Hi The word, "ban," recalls to mind the ancient n an7 ,,0B *' conjures up in my mind the fulmination of T l enc as John "the Golden Mouth." ardent 5^£"* "fl This particular edict warns Jews h,T, ll n h Sntthfl so-called liberal and conservative movements'" Sll "? %  • movements "to stop the deformation of the Tor ah • %  ^ a FREEDOM OF HUMAN CONSCIENCE STILi A OB | HAVE been laboring under the im P r^,,,? t K* Deism and Humanism-and all the other J he "" enlightenment-had long since eiblTshea (he 2^ of conscience principle. It was my impre, n lh !f '^^ prejudices to which they are heir have h n Xl"?' not for want in the principle bu, for thc.r faTure to 2^5 ii ad ;" r'i b c,ieved ,hat ,hc -eS5sa est boon to the delivery of Jews in their exile VorTft Of the Renaissance set about patiently t-^hin^the ^ of doctrines of infallibility and urged the u„ ,,f 1 ^^ the mythos of Christian dogma. f nim ln Now. several hundred years after the initial and tfcJ radical expression ofjuch views, we still find ourvel£n!J hatred. That Germany was able to destroy m %££** hearing even a minor amount of complamt from hcrfhro?.! attests to the vague success human enlightenment has £S Nonetheless, and perhaps paradoxically, it is i„ the !" i "vague success" that we. as Jews, now bask and fiour.sh But as the rest of the world seem, to be mving"fortli apparently moving backward. A news report from Haifa SI is a case in point. Twenty-eight persons, including 22 poliw wounded there in a clash between police and 1.500 demon* protested against the fact that an industr.al exhibit. !" T .Saturday. vest. Later, Shavuoth became identified with the handing down of the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mt. Sinai. With the Jews but recently out of Eayptian slavery and wanderina in the desert, the Ten --* %  — %  — '" ,c ""Mm, ine ten —~ •• "i^uiou mar ine signatory powers Commandments gave them a spiritual purpose \ ,he 195 Tripartite Declaration in which ththat fartifipH ihoir r,Ka;,-,,l ,.„.~: __ .i_. __ United Si/-,oo r>_ %  w '"<-n ine 2L J JJT S^ 1 again8t laaeh dipping. Nor chd Mr. Hammarskjold come even close to achieving Arab recognition of Israel's national integrity. For another thing, the joint Big Three Paris fSTT! tfSESM? *P"*Y. Powers that fortified their nhvsical yearning for the re turn to their homeland. Thus gratitude and moral values are the hallmark of the Shavuoth ohu?rvonc todav. But more, Shavuoth serves to identifv the destinv of man on earth with the ethical preceots of h ; s MaW. In this case, Tews o n the occasion of Shavuoth indicate that their "self-d^rminat'en" is os much a product of their faith as of their endeavor. As in all Jewish holidavs, Shavuoth rises c'-ove the annom, practical considerations in h H found its origins and aspires toward fixation with higher, moral concepts. In our t : me fhe r-aricultnrol meoninafulne^^ ol Shavoth will b* expressed on the farms and in the vineyards of Israel as this meaninafy;r*s* v/as not exnres^ed during the many aeneration! of Tewish exile. But for Jews everywhere the observance will serve aaain to indicate their moral achievement their obeisance to spiritual order. United States. Great Britain and France undeVtook to guarantee the borders of Israel asTet orth by the .949 armistice agreements/are Z a r jr dia,ing ,he,r part in hon 2 T Whi 1 ? ih r\ P ? lia 8,a,eme n also said that the SrcTifThe !" 7 a ,i0n WiU be "nsiderS i^ Near irlS? S '" ^ P 8006 mission > he hSd tnin **?? ,0 mQke ,he Arabs !" !" to terms '^ '" their refuSal to co !" Proof of this fact is that news dispatches from 1J? EaSt ,0d ? Y indiCO,e ,he Arab leadeTshps disapproval of Col. Nasser's pledge, to Mr. Hammarskjold-disapprova! which is in creasingly being expressed in stepped up border operations against Israel P hp i r g ,eVe v he J e< ; re,arv 9neral', report to t !" J,K Y T K rk U bec mes *ncreaSnglJ clear that the Big Three, principally, must foraii the way toward peace. ShirWi !" L. !" !"!" J*? JUDAISM WITHOUT A RELIGIOUS HIERARCHY |^OR IS this report unique. Others abound, in which a H rabid position is increasingly taken by the orthodoxy. recalcitrance in the religion of others, which for generations i the Jews, is now the instrument of some leader;, in orthodox, brandish against their own people. I do not mean here to appraise the worth of orthodoxy: i mean to enter into comparative studies of orthodoxy. .. and liberalism. I intend simply to indicate that they are all tions of Judaism and in no way parallel the vast schisms tin divided Protestantism from traditional Catholicism. When, in 1517, aroused by John Tetzels dispensation of i dulgences. Martin Luther hung his ninety-five propositions onL of Wittenberg's church, the young Doctor of Theology set rnttl a vast system which challenged the foundation of Chnstianiti| forth by St. Thomas Aquinas in "Summa Theologica." Among other things, the Luther propositions quest, hereditary nature of a religious hierarchy. Quite contranly. L lishment of conservative, liberal and reform Judaism was ina| to do no such thing; for Judaism is unique—if not solely i %  among the world's religions in that it has no hierarchy. What orthodox Jews will argue here is that ancient Judaisaj edly had a religious organization, replete with a central Ter priest class—even though they will remain silent over the many of our Prophets scorned them as true expressions of Jr tual belieL They will also remain silent over the fact that doxy insists is traditional today stems not from the Judaism of I Palestine but from the comparatively modern Jewish ghetto r of Central and Eastern Europe. sees TH CHANGING SFWIT OF HUMANKIND %  NONETHELESS, this particular Beach rabbi, in explainingl ing behind his "ban," remarks that "the differences K Torah religion and the one preached and practiced by the and reform are alarmingly dangerous because they may lead tot nationism (his erroneous word) similar to the existing patWi Christian churches." What I rebel against here is high handed egoccntrism. -odious is a kind of self-righteousness that seeks to turn bat" threateningly imposing its views. What I find shocking BJ bility that fails to reckon with mans essentially jorn^ nature—that seeks to establish a hierarchy at a time when seeks increasingly to free itself from hierarchy in all thing* This is no brief for one particular brand of JudsiM to another. It is simply a request that one aggressive Draw own house in order without worrying about itnt'gn ample, orthodoxy in Miami wants to be militant, its bility as they firmed strife. uro Shirking this responsinow doing will mean con... leaders c against the shameful state of kashruth here-for which, inciD it has been principally responsible It is in this type of progressive program. j cws _not in reactionary among others doxy will earn the esteenTof foreign to the Jewish spirit, ("onsen. -itiv.\ liberal •""" have come to Jews in the same way that Luther s rToi ^ to Christians—as rationalization of spiritual doctrine mankind's empirical achievement. -tore**"* Protestantism was an essentially Renaissance i rfl IM dogma. Historically, the Jews were in no po. participate in the Renaissance—were men .. R benefits. Thai they were able to introduce their o ^ Into Judaism toward the end of the nineteenth cen ^^ "vague success" of bumi m a brief matter oi to which I previously ajloded. jt mU


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May l U 956_ Th0 Jewish Floridian: Editorial on the stand Em Goldmann, you have IconfuM"" to arise in the L f your readers. Itjjr from strange lands. I am hoping that these words may arouse some benevolent orpredominantly biased toward the f i,niz f | tl0 1 n l<) lo k into the matter. Republican administration with its greatly interested to leader.. k ow wh *ther something can be President Eisenhower has no ''" ne a d f so f ts ^V9n. Liters to the Editor Page 5 A qualifications, other than he i ., statement was Poor amateur golfer and a smiling \i -ith the World Zionist sophomore who spouts at regular •and not with the intervals meaningless and Indefit-finnisl Organisation of nite generalities that are undoubt%  .nnlv one of eight Zionahly prepared for him by his adju6 ff ho are part of the tants js| or animation. The Enclosed is a doggerel that niv %  W groupare Hadaseah, husband composed that represents C %  ,' K.viMon biopinion of the present administration and its figurehead. You statement had are J libcrl V > PUbllah this, or in u-ith being "a deuse lt ,n anv wa V you "M fit. I v a tic designed to "ope you get a chuckle out of it. 0l,, S I tl e frSntaMRS. J. CHARLES 8TERNRBRG tff not tie ZOA. Dr. •£ [* ** %  ***-oes jesire to strengthen "•' ** **"*> •• "ifors.; EPBJSI Organisation is sharbny American Zionist leadSAMUEI, I). KLEIN ,s not the first time that has been confused with lies. Several months ago Mindlin in his column Ion the American Zionist and nfirred to it as if (the ZOA Here again, the only one of the parties nted on the American Zincil. Reviews"' are of an excelllibre. I regret review of at are not of a Jewish con|nce yours is an Anglo-JewMication. appearing weekly, |e that your readers should ed of books which direct[Judaism and all its facets. Editor, The Jewish Floridian: I was one of the unfortunates who had gone to Miami Beach for r>. Markug Rein fessor of a three-week vacation and fell ill r ; vi i -,„„;„ M J„ H'' a and confined to St. Francis Hospi. Z 1^2 V ^ ^ tal for 17 days l he r heological laboratory at While I was there I was very Techmon-Israel I n s tit u t e of much annoyed by the thought that' v h nology : h ?" been awarded the hospital patients and the doctors are composed of a great perthe coveted Weizmann Prize for 1956 offered by the Municicentage of Jews, and yet there j Polity of Tel Aviv, it has been announced by David Rose, president of the American Technion Society. The award was made on the basis of Prof. Reiner's activity in the field of rheology. isn't an individual or a designate by some of our well-meaning organizations who ever thinks of visiting the Jewish patients and utter a few words of comfort. I spoke to Jewish patients in the hospital who came from the four corners of the world for medicaAuthors to be Inscribed Bialik Branch of Farband, Poale tion, surgery and check-ups. They r even "the """V" Y"* ^artened, knowzjon and pjoneer Women c ubs review on the "Moral De-| n t hat M ,ami *K? s obv 'and 2 will hold a joint Shavuoth can best be left for the "^ !" N.W. 38th Terrace Miami Springs %  HONE TU 8-9704 m Electric Co. I ] fOWTRACriW I SftVKf 1 DEDICATED TO MY MOTHER Adele Gordon ON MOTHER'S DAY — MAY 13. 1956 ^i MAMENU — MAMENU Deep In my heart there's a place that's reserved For someone I hold dear and true. Whoee love and affection is so well deserved— My wonderful Mamelenu. I remember from childhqod your protection and care The devotion and love in your eyes. As you followed my steps that led to nowhere. And sang to me sweet lullabies. I remember the times lhat you came lo my bed And you covered and kissed me goodnight. Those beautiful memories now just run thru my head And recall scenes of childhood delight. I remember each Sabbath, the candles you 111 As we stood by and heard the prayers said. The chalehs you baked, and the cookies with it And the pleasure that we all displayed. And all thru my boyhood you helped me to grow As only a mother can do. With kindness and wisdom the love you did show To all of us, Mamelenu. Tho I speak for myself, this same story is true For my brothers and sisters we re seven. And we all shared this love horn a mother true blue And from our father now sleeping in heaven. And now tho we've grown, and live all apart Sweet memories still keep us together. And the love you implanted so deep in my heart Will warm me no matter the weather. So I now ope my heart to sing of your praise. And express my devotion to you. And pray God will ^J !" ? !" beaUbiul ^ MINE T1E-EREH MAMELENU.^ ^^ **> S.W. 4th St. *. 92477 TToTTTTiTWTT r C4 -rr Camp Osceola FOR BOYS AMD 6111$ o. urn. m %  %  *K.•Jrrw.^'spo'rf.=.=S5s AMKUM-VN x r N ''' N '' nd Belle Silver Director.: "• r £ ,rt M "lAMI BEACH, FLA. 753 BUCCANEER AVE.. Ml> 'CAMP OF I HI SOUTH PH. 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bfey 11. 1956 ZJarirtrhUdUan Jacob Arvey, the Man-His Rise from a Chicago Immigrant Home Page 7 A b„isk Herieinn •'•*' *•'• "* *• %  • in • seriet ( ,. Mob A"**/ •*<••• Demecrnfic rfy fender onrfij J %  %  *•' •' '"• *-"*— Uw,t,, %  • % %  "•pi T* writi was bosea E iii.ri.w wilfc fiH. Are o kit Miami Ic.ch Wll ,, tr „ omt .rp poR some informaCol. Jacob Arvey will I (ha Gov. Stevenson first I hj s notice as a result of Stevenson delivered [• %  Palestine Question" beL'nited Nations General when the peoples of pd were arguing the mat(rtjtion and when Stevena member of the US. ion. miual friend asked me if to go to New York to addre*-. but I had no he nplains. "A copy of mi sent to me subseI ms so impressed by tenson's integrity, sincorwealth of information was determined to meet |lrvey and Stevenson were ed later in Chicago at a arranged for the three by the mutual friend— (arovitz. who was then a fcnator. "I must confess," fj observes today with of humor, "that he me deranged when I radmitted that I had nevof Stevenson." BpresMon was immediate; vey in 1948 actively supI Stevenson for the govup. At the same time, he at in favor of Paul DougU.S. Senator from Illinois, an won. > < ONLY last week, PresiItial hopeful Stevenson relatively silent on the ab controversy in the "Many of my friends essed dorp concern ov| fact that 1 continued to Gov. Stevenson in the this silence. r could I not?" Col. Arvey "Thi> man is of such egrity that he has refused i himself to demagoguery. (asked him time and again matter, and in each eStevenxm replied that the : situation is too delicate for purposeless talk." |i> needed i>, action, not Ik, Stevenson would say. .Arvey. view, Gov. Stev'is no partisan. I am," he "ghtly My impatience illhovni for that reason, i. S teven-..!,, until the last continued to hope that ^blem would be a genuine •n one where he ^ nave to drag the fate I into our political arena." Col. Arvey feels justiO I'holograph by Leo Miri.llii, COt. JACOB ARVEY • th* Jewish failure fied for two reasons. One of them is Rabbi Jacob Weinstein, of Chicago, "a truly fine spiritual leader and a personal advisor to Gov. Stevenson," Arvey explains, "who has never wavered in his feeling that Stevenson is aware of Israel's plight." The rabbi's feeling, according to Col. Arvey, has been borne out. Despite Stevenson's constant fear that Britain's Sir Anthony Eden, a traditional defender of U.S. foreign policy, would charge "'' with descending to the lowest level of politics' if he entered the Israel-Arab lists, the Illinois campaigner came out last week "th his first sharp attack on American foreign policy abroad, this, of course, is the second reason. Col. Arvey's reaction? "I beUeve Gov. Stevenson is one of the great men of our time." jf^ND SO, speaking of Israel today, this physically small man of giant intellectual and moral stature mirrored in a determined jaw. ponders slowly— not hesitantly — talks carefully Md with great thought as he looks ..in across the green waters of Biscayne Bay flowing beyond the windows of his home. By the Fall of 1924, he had become a Democratic party floor leader and has been close to every Democratic mayor of Chicago ev since. He continues to be concerned with city council problems to this day. In the face of his political achievement — which for him is ancient and unnecessary history rehashed—Col. Arvey says flatly, again looking restlessly across the green bay past his windows. "I am worried." Frequent longdistance telephone calls interrupt his musing. There is talk of Dulles and Kden. the President and Adlai Stevenson—but none for the record. 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Page 8 A +Jew§siifk)rA0mr7 7 Serve You h Our Pleasure Ed. J. Vischi Real Estate in All its Branches 1241* N.E. 7th AVENUE Phrat 14-4**1 MIAMI INVEST^, "htirw Architect's view oi new Beth Emeth Congregation, which is scheduled to be completed by the High Holy Days. Beth Emeth Growth in Two Years Now Views Permanent Site After only two •borl years. Both Emrth Congrr-nntion stands ori the brink of maturity The young Jewish group has acquired it>. own land and i^ ND* barking on a fund raising drive to huild a permanent synagogue. Beth Emeth Congregation now boasts a member ship of over 80 families. The congregation had its beginning in March. 1954. when a handful of young families in a new housing development met to organize a religious center for themselves and their children. They temporarily met in the City of North Miami's Sunkist Center. With the coming of the High Holy Days in the fall of that year. the> decided they needed a larger and more permanent home and were able to rent the corner store for which they became known They were able to subsist through all this time with no outside financial help and with a membership of modest income families In January. 1955. Beth Kmeth Congregation, whose quarters now arc at 12201 N\V 7th ave received its (irst Torah as a gift from Mrs. Lottie Feldman. of Detroit. Mich. In addition to weekly and holiday services, the congregation has organized a Sunday school, pretienage and teenage groups, a Sisterhood and Men's club. The congregation recently purchased an acre of land at N\V 2nd ave. between 122nd and 123rd sts. It is the hope and dream of this young congregation to have a building ready for the High Holy Days of this year. Officers of the organization are Alvin S. Cawn, president; Herbert T. Buchwald. first vice president; Albert Rieder. second vice president; Mrs. Alan Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs. Saul Reiter, financial secretary; Howard J. Richman. corresponding secretary; and Robert Shapnick, treasurer. Board of directors include Sam Avins, P. Robert Breitbart. Stanley Clatter, Harvey Klamkin and Sy Silverman. Mrs. Klamkin is Sisterhood president, and president of the Men's club is Stanley Rosenstrauch. Lions Club Names Shochet President || „ To JM „ Min ,.. Fred K.Shochet has been elected treasurer; Ed Brown, comaponcML president of the Lions club of Liting secretary; crant Wood, tail % Visit our showroom and tie River at a meeting hire twister; and Harry Hammock Lion t rl;,^i„„ „t 19<;J C W ak Q Shochet is editor and publisher of tamer ^ display at 3253 S.W. 8th St. The Jewish Flondian. Directors include (". fWoodville. % anc see the finest in other officers named to -erve Kr,v (;,rls n Al L zto and Harvey j memorial style and design at the meeting are James Nelson, %  "l '" M 1 .J built and installed by skilled first vice president; Jimnu Bin, Installation of officers was craftsmen. second vice president; Louis I'enzi Thur>da> evening. Ma.\ 3, at Italian third vkc president. Karl Creen GardetlB. well, secretary; Marvin Haven. I.ions club of Little River currently leads the area with a 100 percent record attandance for the preceding two \ ears and is one of % i three clubs vying tor first place in i* the district. Oxford School of Miami Beach Lions Florida State convention | this week released names oi stuIn Pensacola Apr. 30 to May 2 a who have been listed on the attended bv Shochet, Nelson, Wood I currenl honor roll. | Woodville. THURMOND MONUMENT CO. 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Rabbi Alexander Grots. IVIday linn p.m Saturday 9 a in Bermon: \\ .-.-kl> Portion • • HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 Flamingo way. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Boris Raclcovsky. 8:15 p in Bei mon: ".\ i A'i.itnic Machine." Saturda. ., .,, Bhavuoth Tn.n •lay i.n.l Tlmi .-.I.,, 9 .n Vlzkoi Thuraday ia-.S0 a .m. HOMESTEAD CENTER. ,83 NE dUTSJI "II?" 0 .^ 4144 8th St., Hom.st.ad. Conservative. Kr^nish Cantl c. ??', L 0n Mrri. ft.,., „;,:.... Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. vision station here has been voted the Council's "Public Interest Award" for 1955. The noncompctitive award is marie annually to public information media for exceptional service to safety. WTVJ is the only TV station in Florida to receive the award. Html m W riU Portl <"" Bai Mltsvah: ?, ''"" "''"' %  Mr. .i;,.|,. Bhavuoth Tueadaj I 10 ,. n, %  I '" I The !" 0 < •" Hlnal Thurad yii k,,: mi follow*! Morris G.rti officiates. Friday I p.m. • • • HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM. 1725 Monro. St., Hollywood. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. 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Page 10 A +Jmistincr**&r BORES SMOLAR — %  Moscow's Dramatic Offer Falls to Receive Washington Nod Moscow's dramatic offer to help settle the Arab-Israel conflict has not been received with open arms in Washington because of the undertones of the offer It baa a lot of fine-sounding phrase-. nit it also Include! • number of hidden landmines The MOSCOW statement implies that the Soviet Government wants the Tripartite Declaration of 1950 scrapped. This declaration, made jointly hy the United States, Britain and France, obligates the Big, Three to take steps "within and with%  nit" the United Nations to preen! war between the Arab conntries and Israel. Althoueh President Eisenhower, in his last statement on the \rab Israel issue, appeared to put he "without" clause in mothKills, the United States inot e.idy to tear up the Tripartite Declaration it is downgrading .t in an attempt to get action through mediation by IN Secre tary General Dag Hemmawakjold, but it is not willing to renounce it altogether. Besides, E ngl a n d and France-the other partner! in the Declaration— are pressuring Washington to stand by i' Washington also dislikei the portion of the Soviet statement denouncing the Baghdad Pact which links Britain with four Moslem countries into a defensive tier against possible Soviet invasion of the Middle Fast Al'houeh the United States is not linked to this pact Washington supports it morally and with arms To kill the Baghdad Fact, the Soviet! it ll suspected mght suggest that the United Nations put an embargo on shipment ptian intl IL'tleDiplomatic obeserveri witched aEgyptian Premier Nasser, aid •il b) Saudi Arabian oil dollars. intrigued to overthrow remaining • British influence m Ian li Nasser fails to control Ian, a COUP d'etat might I" 1 i he Mutti is read) to serve -er and himself Nazi German] i<>i i Knb the Mufti used the an. "In Heaven Allah, on earth Hitler." His career of terrorism began in 1920 when he %  ime leader of a group organized to murder Zionist settlers. He was tailed by the British but 1. ironically enough, by a lew. Sir Heri>ert Samuel, first British High Commissioner of Palestine. It was Lord Samuel who designated Amin as "('.rand Mufti" and pei haps even originated the title. \British-appointed Moslem reiigioui leader the Mufti not only resumed anti Zionist agitation but turned against his benefactora, He built an anti-British terrorist organisation. Palestinian !>s consider him the spiritual godfather ot the present Egyptian "fedayeen" suicide iquadi The Mufti was the evil genius of the Palestine strife of the 1930In 1941 he helped engir the pro Nazi revolt in Iraq. F-caping to Berlin, he became .WaU WOIJE Goebbels' chief Middle East propagandist He urg d Himmler to speed up the gassing oi European Jewry He recruited Moe> lemfor the Na.'i ss corps When the war ended he craftily evaded trial as | war criminal After the Palestine war. King Abdullah of Jordan mi T ed athe Arab statesman most likely to make peace with Israel. The Mui ti participated in intrigue that culminated in Abdullah's assassination. In 1951 the Mufti's cousin, V.i -a el HUSSelni, \\;i condemned to death by Jordan for the murder of Abdullah Todaj Naaaer works closely With the MuftL Tincooperation wai demonstrated at the Bandung Conference where the Mufti helped Nasser advance Arab links with Communism. The Mufti rides the coattails of Naaaer*! pursuit of a fantastic goal. That goal is Egyptian domination of the entire Moslem world and the African continent. Nasser has unleashed intrigue and wild incitement in countries all the way from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean and from the Mediterranean to Lower Africa. His instruments include not only the Mufti but a swarm of similar renegades, exiles and terrorists lathered together in Cairo from all parts of the Middle Fast and North Africa Never before in modern times has there been or national M o n t r e u x convention relating to the status of the Par dene lies expires. Moscow may then make an attempt to enter the Middle Fast through the front door—through access to the Mediterranean—rather than through the back door as is the case now. For nearly 300 years* ever since the Russian empire reached the northern shores of the Black Sea, Itussia has been making efforts to share in the control of the Turkish straitAll these years her efforts came to naught and she remained cut off from access to the Mediterranean. Had she been succtss> ful in sharing these straits, she would have been in a position to control the whole of the Levant and any route of trade and communication leading from the Mediterranean to India. The straits question was raised hy the Soviet Government at the Yalta and POftdam conferences with the Allies in 1945 and was brought "P in 1946. after the war was over. Moscow demanded that tinentire regime of the straits be placed in the hands of Black Sea powers This would mean Soviet Russia. Soviet t'kraine. Soviet-controlled Rumian and Soviet controlled Bulgaria, with Turkey as the only country not controlled bv the Kremlin. Washington d.d not like Moscow's ambition in this direction and started to extend the Western defense lines to Turkey. I With Moscow now considering itself a factor in the Middle East— which the Allies are beginning to take seriously—the Soviet efforts to share control of the Turkish straits are expected to be renewed. signs mav not come Detore INO*;..._,,„„ „,„., „ _LuiI %  %  *.. ocm.sn rear Bonk -t vembcr *At that time the inter^^^^r^^X^T^^ Jewry at home and abroad. From the casual facXf" population statistics and Jewish distribution over ih! ,r centrally oriented in his Jewishncss. the Yea£i k \ glo, *W everybody Terribly impressive, as much for ranTe of "?^LSLSfSST^ the amount Of mformafon %**> well-bound covers. The book ia up-to-date as of October 1955 A .... and one of the most valuable, is the review of the veir T* 1 of particular importance to Jews. Thus there Is a stat/tltion of the progress (or backsliding) in civil rights 231 and the climate of feeling about Jews, as ,hev are 12 governmental and individual action. A tour of other regard to Jewish status and problems in each of them iS central portion of the book. It is as fascinating to have thT in a proximity which not only invites but demands corr.n m L to note the number of incidents which not only never'nuk papers, but were not found even in the Jewish area A special section details the accomplishments of the 1 on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, for instance-1 of Germany, a discussion of "Nazis in Government" aalai Crimes and Nazi Trials" is must reading for every Jew with tori blood pressure. Of the $14,300 fine levied "on one of the nail and skillful of the Nazi Jew-baiters. Gunter dAlquen," theWT that "it was characteristic of the atmosphere in which saaj trials took place that d'Alquen did not bother to appear udi Berlin Denazification Court had no way of collecting the fined where d'Alquen lived." Likewise, "In Bavaria, where million! imposed by the denazification courts had never been paid 1 still outstanding, the tqtal amount collected in the second 1 1955 was $5,470," with many death sentenceimposed by the! War Crimes Tribunal being commuted, reduced and cventi morphosed into full acquittals. International^ polities l_ fellows as strange as any. and West Germain 1now uur slly-] portant for someone to remember that when one lies down 1 snake, one should not steep. A comprehensive—which in this case means more than! article on "Jewish Social Work in tint nited St.,-. Herman I). Stein, traces the whole history ol Jewish social 1 its inception in Maimonides' precepts to the highly-deveh of today, whose attendant problems Professor Stein propound hedging. Survey summaries of Jewish education in Cle Savannah are advance reports of a national study now ii David Bernstein's article on the Tercentenary should see guidepost for future observances of Jewry. A veritable gold mine is here for the digging. It is almost I that the Year Book, which is essentially a reference VOIIL have the fascination and readability of a good novel. Yet,] year, this is the caliber the editors manage to retain. BETH SiEROTY — Woman's Status in the Arab World is Advancing Stc and widespread subversion Court's Decision May Assist Spindell An important decision of the United States Supreme Court may possibly open the way for a re-examination of the case of Louis Spindell. one of the alltime great Jewish basketball players. The decision, handed down in the case of Dr. Harry Schlochower. who had been fired from Brooklyn College, is be.ng studied to see how it bears on the case of Spindell. Dr. Schlochower was fired because he hed stood on the Fifth Amendment when questioned by a Congressonal committee. The Supreme Court ordered him re-instated on the job and given his back pay. Lou Spindell. in a discussion with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, pointed out that his case falls in the same category as the Schlochower case. He was dropped from his job as a teacher in the New York School system after he had stood on the Fifth Amendment before a Federal committee. Admittedly she is not yet the woman in the gray flannel suit. The ever-changing status of Israels Arab woman v....... ...,,, UTOI „,.. has captured the imagination of U.S. women's clubs. ganized in the Middle East a | Throughout the nation questions have been put to ramified network of such intense Israel attache Dvora Elon who has done much to unveil the great strides made by her Arab sisters since 1948. Eight years of life in a democratic state are beginning to expose striking differences between a former restricted existence and new opportunities for a fuller, freer life. In any discussion of women's role in society, it may be agreed that the lot of most women has been hard. Particularly peasant women, like the large majority of Arab women in Mandatory Palestine who worked like beasts of burden. And so long as she remained illiterate, the peasant woman was impervious to a different way of life. When established. Israel felt that the Arab woman was carrying too big a burden and the wrong kind Spindell was on the Original Celtics basketball team. At the time of his hearing. The New York Times reported that the hearing room was crowded with persons who cheered Spindell'* statements opposing the move against him and other teachers. Spindell currently is teaching "playground" at a private school. • • • Bernie "Red" Sarachek is celebrating his 20th year in basketball. For the occasion, he was honored at a testimonial dinner in New York. Sarachek is the director of athletics and the basketof burden. She lacked the basic ne opportunities. Hence Arab women in been granted the vote on a local and niti free educational privilege! from age ft*] teen, occupational training, health asr" dom from the polygamous marriage. rights and privileges. Some women of WJ East are struggling for these *•*• %  %  : unaware of their existence. Seven Ar not allow women to vote. Not having fought the usual fwiini* Israel's Arab woman has not yet full) • swift social changes cast upon her IM %  ably so. But signs of a changing AW being noticed now in Israel. This is true among the daughters of Arab pew-l in Israels compulsory education pro* !" Perhaps the most significant change is evident in the schools. DAYtD SCHWARTZ — Important Its the season for getting married. Grace Kelly has gotten married and Margaret Truman has also gone under the "chupah." ..' *!? ? f L ew Jewish namc8 Hsted •"*>" those who attended the wedding of Grace Kelly, out there are no rabbis listed. There was one Talmudic rabbiball coach at Yeshiva University, and is credited with having turn-', ed out some excellent Yeshiva! „'". "" !" e S, 'P S me Ust ""w—who. if he were alive. teams. It was in 1926 that "Red" started playing high school basketball He went on to play at New York University, then became a coach in the professional leagues. has been a coach at Yeshiva forj 11 years. would have been at the wedding. This rabbi, according to the Talmud, would interrupt the most solemn rabbinical discussions, to join in the bridal processions of a poor girl. Of course Grace is not a poor girl. But its a "Mitzvah" anyHe j Jewish concept. ^ "" amM "^ to < h weTl! e uS d ~ fT? ions in **** o f 0,d ~ in %  %  *were less restricted, more communal than those of him. today. They took place out in the I* rabbi, as he studied, happened ""^n window and saw a procession. A P ^ sion. we may imagine, reflects1 i £ participants. The rabbi gj^jj fedj girt ahould be a Grace Kelly, sa „1 princess on her wedding day. so Be added dignity of his presence m Aa we look at all the fuss "bout Mis. Kelly, it would ^Vlndoi' *> gone haywire. What bout Ind^ ,, the triumph of democracy in %  ^j parity for the farmer? And >^ ^ Talmud forsook all his s,ud f ^ wetidielj serious problems—just to join 1 ^ M sion. and the entire tradition ot '



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11. 1956 IJfwlttJhzJrlfar, Installation Saturday Find*' ,l,h nnd Kchaptrr willjolnUy fir ne '' ccre Lor Han.Saturday eveLLucfrn'' hotel. Eficers arc Stanley CdLdwt: Harry s, hwartz L| fC t Robert J. I.ewuon, Unt: Frank Jaffe. vice [ santonl Freed, eon** Isfcretarv: Bernard T>-ll. Gorman I odin, recordLy and Edward S. Klein. Jeretary. Joseph Rayvis L president. | bbin arc opposed to admitHerut. and the Mapam has I to quit th'' executive if is admitted. al committee of the Contided to accept in principle btte-n b) Dr. Goldmann world Zionist movement anized on a territorial colonization committee w demand of the relinii that reli ious education eted in religious settleIdmann. windingu p the bete, dwelt on the relaieen Israel and world Mtiall) between "Israel's he street" and the Zionist t Dr. Goldmann emphasIhe Jews outside of Israel |the main sources of Israel's whether financially or He predicted that Israel inue to need this assistmany years to come. 'ldmann urged that Zionkl be educated to strengthInfluence among Jews. that the Zionist moveIthe United States had not the proper place which it id could have assumed in of American Jewry. STANtir CAIDIN LIGAL NOfici .•*WWW*V JET N ROOFING AND METAL WORKS • 22d AVE. Ph. HI 6-S860 %  Kf root repaired now; you fcUf.. 0 0 4 ntw ro0 %  *•' rMUlfac-ry Work by Off-ring Only THE VERY BEST SANITARIUM FACILITIES Msrray B. Pinks M.in tq >ng E .*h !" "MORT MENTION [TTORNEYS! iur ;nal notices. Ppr-i at# youf Ba <7 and guarantee *• Mrvice at leaal Pj* FR 4-4366 m *engr terries NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTI.-K is HEREBY OIVKN that tile undersigned, deatrlng lo rnara u-". M •V'^".-" n l l .' r "'•• "'tlii'.ns name of KI.KIN BON I. IX. '(.I.N ROAD, at MO i.incin Ri,i,d. intend! to sectatei -,..i name wltj, the o Clerk of th,I ( ourl of I '! %  roiintv, Kloi Ida .. A!>> N 'A Kui'KIMi. Sol.. Uuner KOVNBR MANNHEIMER A 0 r ? e, "\ '"' A ""-' KoPklnd 420 Lincoln Road Miami Hea.-h. Florida j/<-ll-is-:'.-, NOTICE UNDER fICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRBBT OIVEN thai tinnnd, reigned, deairing to nuiiHe in business under th* fictitious name "f ISLAND TOWER '.I'M: I M ENT8 al Harbor Islands, int.n.is to register aaiii tour.,, with the Clerk % %  < the Circuit Court of Dade Count) Florida <•< I \.-T ,vss, „-i vi i:s. istA Florida Corn. THEODORE R NELSON Attorn-v for A|i|,li. 1 Lincoln it,I 5/11-1 .1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREIN UIVEN thai the ulldei signed, dealrinK to engage In bueinea* unilrr the fli-tltloun name ..f BAHTCHBHTER APARTMENTS, nl K Raj Harboi Drive, Ha) llarboi Island*, Intendi ti res tei al I with the "I, %  k of tli< "I Daile Con nt%. Fl-.i ii.i TIIK REX CORPORATION i Florl < i Corp. THBODl IRE R NKi.>. IN \t % % %  i lp|illi .nil in i I*.23 — i. l IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 24335 RE E8T \i r Ol l.i:.N> KI'RZROK, H...-..I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Nl I'I'H'K I* herehi given ti I I flU-,1 the final re|M>ii and petition f"t i 'iii.ii I OM, harge .c > i the •' LBN \ K i 'RZRi 'K Mid teal on ii". I PM da; I will ii|i|il\ I., the Honorable Countv Judge* "f l>'i,I'ouniy. I'loiVl.i. f'.i appi oval of aald i Inii %  epoi i and foi final 'ii-. ha i ge ai \. I..Iof the cxtato "f LENA Kl'RZROK, dereaaed Tliix 4th (IM\ ..f Ua> 19 i HARRY Kl'RZROK, • •\,. utor of i Ii-LENA Kl'RZROK MTERft, HEIM \ v ,v KAPI^N Attorney! foi Bxecutor 11-18-XS I i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35790-B In I!,-: ESTATE I >l KVA OMHKH1 KK. I'-'-.i-ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* md All PeVaonn Havhni claim*, or l>emaml* Again i Si a le: You, .UMI .i. h '.f you, are hi notified and i • null • rt to PI %  ill clarrn and demand! whiili you, oi elthei of you, mi) i> i\.agalnsl thi i:\ \ iSHERi 'i V '!••.• •'% %  -..'1111 N Florida, i" the H Ii: INK i" 'W MNO, Count) Judge of I lade i "o ml I .1 nd f' 1 In his offlei in Hie Coun'J Com thouae in l la le %  int) I lo Ida within elahl ralmdai month" from tt„. ,1,11, first publication hereof a n I* to 1 ontaln the legal to bi 'ml prei enti -111.HI I.harr* 1 See >• %  tion I'M ..' Hi1 %  !' ll) II. A I' It \l. itHHEKOrr. 1 41 HI and r< %  %  • r BV \ 1 iSH lit 1 >FF, 1 ii • .1 • d MILTON \ 1 RIEDMAN Attorne) for B- 1 utor 5 ll-18-..-j — .; 1 %  ERY ^W 1 ^^ 'AMEH^NAU, EVANII. rt.ntJfr! 1 nue .. • Y..i k .„,,!; Florida ind fil. "f % %  1 April !•;. 1 1 !;, B WEATHERMAN 1 lerj ,,r 11,,. rirruli Court V:,' : RICE "'• LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,.^"' n ; r IS HEREBY GIVEN 'V, %  to engage In 11 N SAI c ER, ..• 1 ., is Miracle Mite, rorai rsaMi "; I name with the t'lerk Florida '""" "' "'"''' ''•""'>'. Kosi.i'.Ai: 1 K .i.s rMC .'OSlii, VAUlio'"" 1 ''"'" """ Attorni 1 for Applicant 404 Beybold liig. l/n -.i-n-i, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undenlgned, >i, siring to engage in buslnen under the flrtltloua name of BREEZE8WEPT POOD CENTER, nt 2018 N Miami Aw., Miami, Ha., Intemls to reglMter sai.I name uith tn Clerk of the Ctroult Court of I %  • % %  <• i"..iint\ Florida. OEOROE WIENER MELVIN I Ml'ROFF, Mtornev '•' % %  Lincoln Rd M ami Beai h. Fla. 5/4-1I-1H-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that inderalgned, dealrtng to engage In bualne** under the flcutloua nami "f Tltii'K MAKT at 1441 N VV Tlh AveMlanii. Intend! i" reglater ~..ii name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida ROONEY TRl'CK SALB8, INC. a Florida Corporation BERNARD HITTNER Attorney for applicant i"' ilympla I:ILDBN de'' I "" "f n.,,1,Co inty, Flori.U, lo id.Honorable County Judgi Unite County, ami file the same In Hi, ir office* In the County Co 11 th in n.i.i.. County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date nl m hereof. Bald claim* or demand! i" contain the legal addrew ,,r the claimant and to be sworn %  i as aforesaid, r,r will be barred. See Section 713.16 of the 1945 Probate Acl Dated April i. A, I >. ELIZABETH ;i >LI EN i\ -.f the I. .1st Wri and Ti ita mem of WILI.IAM s GOLDEN, RICH M:I. 1. LEBEN A11, alley I Hflx 4/20-27 — 5/4-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37753 A 1 R< ESTATE OF BESSIE it AI TH, Daeea NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditor! and All Persona llavinK Claima or Demand! Against Bald Batata: You, and each of yon are hereby notified and required to present any claima and demands whii-h yon. or either of you, may have against the estai.of BES8IB RAUCH, deceased laie ,,r Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offlce! in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month! from the data of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demand! to contain the legal address of the claimant n FRIED, Ksgs. Attorni *s foi kil lx ,-, .,1, Miami Beai h Fia. S/4-11-18-25 Ota IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN" AND FOR DADF COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189787 ABB BRRKi ii'. 1 '' ,lff BERKlH '•'. Defeli NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti>. REBECCA BERK i-vard : ., 1 \ 1 %  HER ll l.v required to ,. \n- .. PI FT i th. off! Clerk S,M,..I Court, of Jon. 1 (•„,(. Dal 'i.'k 01 th. •;. ,•,.""" R II RI' E. II. 1>. pUt) I e'k (Baal) GENET A. GENET Aiioi ne) %  • foi PI %  "•'" .I, oln Ri Miami lU-avli, lioii.la NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801 VIVIAN ii.1 M, Plal nff. IOHNNTE EL8OM tv rendani SUIT FOR DIVORCE T, 1 .|. iHNNIE ELSl >M Addn s I'nknown _... You an ', ''' 1 omplainl ,,.„. and yoi nnlred til I rd In. In the ul trill I RIDIAN. Isp i.RDERED Ml nd da) of May, A. !>• %  B 1 EATHERMAN, irt, I, ,.1,. 'ount) Plot Id* i ;v M v \ f\>URNOYER, |M>put) Clerk, ill Coiirl ,fl> ilKORCE A t) BRIKN lioo i',.i.e. de 1 n B v ard t'oral labli Florida Attorne) lot Plaintiff. NOTICE TO DEFEND ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189591 Ll'DIE JENNINGS; Plaintiff, \ > %  PRESS JENNINGS, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T.': PRESS JENNINGS, II, .unknou 11 PRESS JENNINGS, are hen hy notlf at I lill of Complaint for Dlvorci 1 i! bet n flh 1 %  calnat ydn, %  .' %  > %  required t cony of \ ..ntAn-' %  • or Pli adlng to thi of Comolalnl on the Plaintiff* I m y, BEN ESSEN hold Bldg., Mian i Florida., and file th. \ %  er or Pleading In •• n< th.. Jlerk "i the 1 cult • 'ourt on or before the 88th d i) of May, 1936. if you fail to do BO, Judgment by default iu i„. taken against you for the relief demanded in the lill of Complaint. 1 H iNE VM' ORDERED M Flo, Ida, tin-'.ih 'ii. "' V'l'i'-. 0 iB LBATHERMAN, Cleric, Circuit %  'ourt, Dade County, FI. B] JOAN C( H'RNl ll BR, lit Court seal) Deputy Clerk. 1 27 5 l-ll-is IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37784 In He: ESTATE OF Ii >W Mil' J. WI'NPFI!. I'-' • ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! and All P Having Claims or Demand! Agalnai Said Estate: Y,..| and each "f you are hei • b) notlflei and required to 1 n l an) clnlma and demand! which you, or ithi r of you, may have aga'ni-l the eatate of EDW Mil' J. WINDER, deed late of Washington, Diatrlcl pf Polumbin, to the Honorable County %  nade County, and file the In their office* In the County nhouKe In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flral publication the legal addresa of the claim ml au.i ,,, be om to and presented me il 1 %  •"" '' %  tlon 733.18 of the l45 ITohate Act. Dati i. ", MARN M FABER \ An. ,li.11Vdmlnltrate* of EDWARD 1. Wl'NDBR, I i, 1 ROTH .^ I'M'.r.K Attorneys 1 20-27 — 5 I-ll ^^_^___ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 37451-A In He: EST \ii-: i.l: FRED EUrtENKRANZ. I K NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 1 '.' • i XA IV sol I la v'.inns or I AiiHinsi You, and eaoh of you are hereby iw.iifieii and required t" present any ojaima .mi demands whloh you, or either of you, mt; have against the esl it.of FRE1 'i IR1 MKRANZ, deorlda, to iinHonorable County Judges bf Dade Counl and file the fame In their office! in the Dade County %  into Il,,ii,1.1, within eight calendar ntha from te of he fin 1 publication hi f. %  lainis or .leman.i.s 10 c mtain ih,. legal addresa "f the claimant and n lo ami pi %  en ted a afore* said, or same win i„barred. Hoe n 733.16 of the 1945 Probate Act. Date 1 Apt n .. A.D. 1956. •NETTE EHRENKR \.\'/. GILBERT EHRBNKRANZ, IItorn of alee. JOSEI 11 ZBMEL Attorney tor Executors .in", I,i.i, oln rtoini, Miami Beach, Fia. 4/27 — 5/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTH'i: IS HEREBY GiVEW that tin: unil. 1 .-itiu'l. desiring to eoijase In hiisln,-.s tinder the fictitious name of SHANNON PARK BBRVICE STATION, at 9345 N.W. L'L'nd Avenue. Miami, Fla., intend to register aald name with the lierk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida. HARRY I. COHEN, share I'AI'L MII.LBR. Vi share 4/27 — •./4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIERKBV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In bualneaa under the fl. -tltlous name of ELIZABETH HAIR STYLIST, at Collln* Avenue. Miami Bea.-h. Florida, Intends to renlster wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ELIZABETH ROSE KOVNER A MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Kilzabeth Rose ;• %  1-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ••( KIT k'AT I.W at (071 N \\ 17th Ave Intend t" register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I! BALKHAl'S MICHAEL KLECINSKY KEFSLER & GARS %  Attorneys for Appii, ants 1782 w. Flatlet St. :,. L1-18-2S .. 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the underslgt di firing to • ng 11 buslni 1 Ii the fictltl. us name ol M'.MV N UV l>EPART STORES, ..1 Mlu 1 ila, Intends to rei I s.,i,1 name with th. Cli ""•" f "VJw'K'uVi.irsu.,: PRODl'CTS, IN' m \ \i:< iv M KANNBR, Baq, 1 I ,:nl, U h"l :.. Mi.., ts, itaIi I The local slugger drives a baseball through your picture window. Doas your insurance pay for the damage? for fhe answer fo m/, or any other insurance question SEE Artfiur M. Kohn Richard L. Powell Daniel L. Harris PHONE 9-7555 KAHN & ALPERT Insurance Agency 998 S.W. First Street %  •prmeJtRe VHf TVAVEIERS. HaitforS ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at F ll 1 4366



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That "bon voyag" to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kipnis at a cocktail and dinner party in their honor the other night attracted over 200 guests here. The Seville burgeoned with top civic leaders and newspaper people, making the attendance look like a page out of "Who's Who." The party served the double purpose of wishing Mr. and Mr. Kipnis ie ir six-month tour around the world, as well as saying f since Irving sold the Seville to a New York syndicate. Wowners on hand included the Morton Fisks, Robbie Robin (i Mr and Mr*. Leonard Wien. And from Gotham Town he Irving Davidsons, Milton Lomborgors and Mr. and Mr. f( ler note was the presence of lovely Jennie Grossinger, n was en the former site of her Grossinger hotel that the po* stand. toon hand to bid Mr. and Mrt. Kipnis farewell were Mr. and m I). Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turchin, Rabbi and ZgLenrman, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret, Dr. and Mrs. Harry m, Mr and Mrs. Ben Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard r and Mrs. Joe Cohen. o Mr. and Mrs. Leon Greejne, the Ralph Schneiders, Mr. and Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. I Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cove, Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Mr and Mrs Sy Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Winter, Henry iid Jerry Baker. al Gate dr.'s Harold Reinhards opened their home several flgo for the purpose of forming a Reinhurd Family club. Libers oi the club include the Samuel Reinhards, Leo Reinfscymour Reinhards, Henry Reinhards, Norman Reinhards— [course. hosts Mr. and Mr. Harold Rainhard. tcted president was Sam, with Mr$. Harold (Sylvia) R. being ta^ks ol secretary. Loo will be in charge of the treasury, tile Miriam taking on the job of historian. icidentally. the Sam R.' recently celebrated their 45th wedniversaiy at a dinner party, with 12 grandchildren in atand Joel Zalia, of 1668 SW 14th ter., are proud parents ay-, what with the report arriving here from Johns Hopkins -iiv that son Edwin has been elected to the university's of distinguished Phi Beta Kappa. in, a graduate of Miami schools, gets his Hopkins AB dei June and will enter the University of Maryland school of ne in September. ilso, PhiBK Ed attended Yeshiva University in New York |to entering the Baltimore u. fcere We Go Again Dept., or Those World Travelers: Bon was reeently tendered Sue Preem Maids Mr. and Mrs. i Enarfeld, who leave Friday from Miami for a tour through Dd, Franee and Italy. Ilso on the Enerfald itinerary is a visit with son Lt. Gerald and iie. proud parents of a new daughter and stationed at the Air [hospital in Tripoli. arrying on business as usual at Sue Preem Maid will be Hy's e. Mrt. Sylvia Gottlieb. nbarkmg on the Queen Mary in New York, the Enarfalds will here in August via Israel. peaking of new born little folks, Barbara Ann and Morris %  an are pleased as punch with new arrival Sheila Beth, who her eyes Apr. 30 at ML Sinai Hospital. Grandparents are the Emanuel Kargers, of 2850 Pinetree dr., he Joseph Waldmana, of the Crown and Victor hotels here. sko sporting a new young 'un are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sehul1040 SW 6th st. He's city director of Miami Young Judaea, ertin former Jane Goldatoin, with baby to be called Robert Violinist Mischa El man had a rigorous schedule here tinweek. ^performing the lovely Beethoven Concerto with the limum Miami orchestra under the baton of John Bittor. With Mischa was wife Helen, the couple currently celebrating [31st wedding anniversary. And, of course, all of this called kn intimate • tamily-style" dinner at the Coral Gables home of prt manager Mario' Volpe. Alton rd.'s Mrs. Barnard (Helen) Baum left Wednesday for a *k jaunt to Gotham Town, which is scheduled to inclu !" > fiance at Broadway performances of "My Fair Lady" and • No t for Sergeants" While Pennsylvania ave.'s Norm* Serrano [feave on a combination business-pleasure trip to Mexico City > .. KtUa and Jules P. Charming, of 781 Fairway dr.. are proudly 8 friends that their son, Joel, has been awarded the second Spanish medal at Beach High. ., sophomore. Joel competed with students throughout me dttol. I, > l*nna and Philip Catsmen. 2230 SW 21st ave.. are leaving lor ^n and their summer place on Higgins Lake. M route, the Catsmans will visit daughter and son-in-law etnei f^'ry Kunman. lso Plan a stopover in Flint, Mich., to %  H'£• ions, and Raymond Catsnvan. and wives Alma and Sh.riey. "'her daughter, formerly of Flint, Mrs. Arthur (feane; N *. inow a S. Miami resident. ly'n Litllo Rock. Ark.'attend'ing the wedding d^r brother. ft**, are the Jecl Lsars and son Jackie, of 8827 Abbot .a ve. ""* the torn.er Reed. Korenbl.tt. Also in the Beach party 11* Morris Rubin and dauKh ter Mrs. Leonard Balden, the Paul ^ aml Mr and Mrs. Martin Stein. t"*"* their home .t 7211" Ba'y dV. Normandy J^^gS O21 weddini in San Francisco are Mr. and Mrs. Da •' president of Cutler Ridge development. Mrs. B. is the fh. Dick *". of television fame. .,„ „ n( i ** Parents are the Meyer Blumberg.. of Dothan. Ala., and World War n naval officer. •V*U/J oman s WorU JfcJeuddhJloridfoti) Miami, Florida, Friday, May 11, 1956 Section B New officers of Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, installed last week at DiLido hotel. Left to right are Mis. Leo Alpert and Mrs. Herbert Scher, vice presiMRS. EGGNATZ ELECTED PRESIDENT dents; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president; and Mrs. Samuel Gertman and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, vice presidents. Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Makes Awards io 72 Members at Meet Mrs Meyer Eggnatz as incoming Auxiliary president, is conaratulated by Samuel Gertner (left), Mount Sinai executive director, and Dan B. Ruskin (riqht), vice president of hospital and chairman of hospital's development fund. Mount Sinai hospital board of trustees has awarded a heart-shaped gold charm inscribed with the individual's name to 72 members of the Women's Auxiliary. The award came as the highlight of the installation of new officers at an Algiers hotel luncheon last Friday, in which Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz succeeded Mrs. Louis Glasser to presidency of the auxiliary. In a message on behalf of Max Orovitz, president of the hospital, Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the Mount Sinai hospital development fund, affirmed that ground for the new hospital will be broken in October, to be -followed immediately by construction. The development fund is seeking to raise in excess of S4.00O.C00 lor the new Mount Sinai site. Invocation was given by Mrs. Monte Selig, and greetings were extended by Samuel Gertner, Mount Sinai executive director. New officers were installed by Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of Continued on Pago 4 B Mrs. Kobley Named To Second Term a,. MIRIAM KOUMt Mrs. Miriam Koblev. e'pet^d for the second time, headed the list of officers of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel who were installed at a Wedding Installation" and final luncheon of the season held last Monday in the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Harold Thurman, master of ceremonies, performed the "wedding ceremony." when Mrs. Kobu the bride, was "married" to the Sisterhood. All other officers, board members and past presidents M i ved in the wedding party, and MrNorman Rossman was the soloist. In addition to Mrs. Kobley. the slate of officers for the year 19561957 is composed of vice presidents, Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mrs. Joseph Ruffner. Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. William S. Barren; recording secretary. Mrs. Jack Levkoff; corresponding secretary'. Mrs. Henry Hirsch; financial secretary, Mrs. Elmer S. Levie; treasurer, Mrs. Max Holtberg; auditor, Mrs. Charles Ratner. Board members are the Mesdames Fred Abrams. Jerome Drey-. fuss. Stuart Gordon. Albert Green, William Lehman, Lawrence Levenson, Lee Meyer. Martin Parnes, Sam Resnick, Nat Robbins. Alvin Sandier, Henry E. Wolff. Louis Wolfson, Jack K r a u s e Harold Friedman. The Mesdames Paul Barnett, Irvine Beinborn, Philip Caplain. Louis Gillman. Max Goldhoff. Solomon Kann. James Lewy, Harry L. Levinson, Sol Levy, G. Louis Mendetson, Sigo Smilow, Nat Wolfson, Joseph Younger, Jenny Zeientz and Myron Zeientz. I



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Pa ge 2 B 9-leHlstnarMton 4&4bont \Jour Special J-avorites BLINTIiS HIGHLIGHT SPRING HOLIDAY Shavuofh Upsn Us, and This Means Special Cheese Menus for Table By LEAH LEONARD Sift the (lour into a mixing bowl Beat the yolks slighty ml stir Now that we're planning for m(() ,,„, c ,. nt ,. r ,,f mound (if flour •• uoth and the choose dish .,, nt butter or margarine (blintzes, otr.i associated with this anf j UH)rk into tri( Hour mixture %  re a feu together with the lemon Jnlee and c itions for your table: confectioners 1 safer, starting from Cheese-Macaroni Squares h( (< n t er an d working in tho dry 2 cup> cooked and rained elbow m j x ture till it forms a ball of macaroni pastry dough firm enough to han" %  cup soft white bread crumbs j| e without sticking to the hands. 1 i cups scajded milk 4l^ e iP abowl ;in(l cnil1 l(,r 3 to 3 taMespoons butter or s"bsti-'^ 0 J| ,£,(,; •• .using. '•'•"•' r tor before 1 tdppoon^lt 1 teaspoon grated onion, optional Vi cups Farmer Cbeece dips grated Cheddar Type Chi •' loautor Detorc bake. cutlnr teaspoon Paprika dry mustard, '-, teaspoon tional op2 oy^s. well beaten i lacker cruni' tfelted butter Uter cooking the macaroni in .1 water as directed on packpour some I t •' %  i'\cr it When ready to 'dough in half and place one part i on a lightly floured kneading 'board. I'se the rolling pin to make a rectangle as thin as possible. then bring both long ends together toward the middle and Imth folded sides together toward the center Roll again into a thin rectangle and repeal the foldovers. Roll out again as thin as desired and cover with .i folded kitchen towel. Lot stand at room temeprature at least 2 hours Roll out again and cut into rounds to fit over the nder for two reasons h;ii k> „ ( mu(fm „ utins ho !" h "' an 1 '" r r marking with a fork. Rake .it nine in a preheated 425 F oven lini l thorou k the d crumbs jn h to 'en. I • sc.|| silH. %  vi hndof tonings. Mix t'.rks then fold Turn the an aluminum lined then buttered square baking pan. hi \ 2 inches in size. Sprinkle crumbs over top and tiutter Bake ij minutes .4 :J75 F or till a ii-erted in fgir center con-.eout i fan nd thy top is nicely ned. Turn out on a heated platter, updown and remove aluminum foil. Cut into Fouarea and slip un%  iler flame tor 2 minutebei %  < sen ing time Pass the sourcream. applesauce or raisin 1 d< Ired. Yields 25 twoinch squares • • You'll like serving the following Vari-FUIed Tarts lor receptions on 10th These •shells'' can be • tore filling and 1 he) look MI tempting. %  Pastry Dough for Parti* Shells 1 pounds pastry flour 2 egg yolki 1 pound unsalted butter or marine 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 up confectioners' BUI 8 t 1 10 minutes or till lightl) browned Remove from forms when cold to avoid crumbling Fill with ice cream, cooked pudding mixture berries 'fresh and sliced! or the drained canned variety—or quick frozen kind. Top with chopped nuts, or whipped CTC:HII and AMP SIMPLt WORE CAM Hgf DROMEDARY CAKE MIXES jpgfa the cake! irit!-v It's wMierfir Try Drtmedary '•und Cikt Excitingly Different Taste! 1 bits ot it nit used in Cruil Idlings. 18 118 pastr) I'.i'lif -bells' FILLINGS FOR PASTRY TARTS Almond Peach Filling: 1 canned peach halt, drained well 2 tablespoon ihradded coconut 2 drops almond flavoring Slivered almonds lor topping Egg whites, beaten stiff With a few grains of salt 1 tablespoon peach syr ;> per tart shell Drain the canned poach halves to he 11-cd and lot stand cutside down while preparing the other in gradients, Combine shredded coconut with flavoring and place 2 tablerpoom into each tart shell Top with a peach half and pre-. down lightly Sprinkle with slivered almonds. Fold stiffly beaten egg whites into peach syrup and top each filled tart shell with about a teaspoonful. Chocolate, Lemon or Vanilla Pudding, cooked thick as per di red ions on package, makes excel lent filling. Top with chopped nuts or whipped cream, or both. Fridc NON-FATTBII s *eeten* *£* %  ft"" 1 *, >T fooTTi ouo no ^y vat* yn ira Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVENUE, MIAMI tEAXN •hoae JE 13S?5 "I WANT iWr MILK" Js8i s Th* most favored of all in Wnit homes Waller Baliir'i ii at only lint of chocolate pre** under Rabbinical Superviiien FOR YOUR COMPlETf AND CONFIDENT ENJOYMINT DUHwl SHEVUOTH and be sure Wt FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" •era Protected IS. TR 4-262? Greater Miami Delivery And Every Day The Year Around! PARVE MEANS K KOSHER LOOK FOR IT ON THE PACKAGES YOU BUY These Products have Rabbinical Supervision Good Any Time! ZION U S.GOVT INSPECTED U S.GOVT INSPE 0, PICKLED, COOKEDjmd^^ EXCLUSIVE DISTKIHITOtS Of M MJJ* lyf COASTLINE PROVISION CO, INC S55 ilSCAYN! ST., MIAMI BEACH WUUHWAU PHONES: M r. „,



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IlfcLiiiiS. ^^htDcrldlian i Page 3B em i nine fair: On the dKomef* ovnefront Hadassah Chapter Expansion Forces Formation of Group for Beach Citv Oscar S. Sindell, president 19 7n „ ~ ., ..' Mrs. uscar s>. Sindell, president, | Wednesday revealed expansion of Greater Miami chanter of Ha 12:30 p.m. hotel. .more Terrace hotel Monday noon. A musicale will be given featuring [Rita Bukstel. Mrs. William Lee is! I installing officer. RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 311 Washington Ave., M. B. Phones: JE 8-2205 — JE 1-1969 Monday in the Algiers' b£ wiv uiici roiami cnapler Of HaMrs Marshall I n„H. ..1ssah into two separate chapters. i den s^ M > ? T T ZS, hereafter to be known M Miami Other „„..,,i7o %  |L 5i2h5 Beach chapter of Hada.sah and MiMr, ,. ,, llbin i s ^ C* ami chapter of Hadassah, "This expansion plan was necessary because of the rapid growth of new membership enrollment in Wynn and Mrs. vice presidents; rtt, Mrs. Harold David Levinson, Mrs. Sam Rubin, treasurer. I anuel Lorlier and Mrs this area. Mrs. Sindell explained. Rocky Pomerance, financial secreEach chapter will he autonomous '•'!"-: Mrs. Hen Sei.ller. correand will function Independently. "Ponding secretary; Mrs. Stanley "It will be the duty of both the Perlman, recording secretary; Mrs. Miami Beach chapter and the Mi*JH. Schechter. social secretary; and ami chapter to advise, council and tiyde the policies of Hadattah far b topc under their e*ptesltlent said: jurisdicjaon." SJB, MAX DAVIS [h Women Will ill Mrs. Davis Max Davis will be installed of Miami Beach chapter. frith Women, at a luncheon. noon. May 15, in the I hotel Davis has also recently stalled for a three-year the board of directors of jtional Women's Committee bdeis University and is life •hip chairman for the orbon. She ialso a trustee of laven Convalescent and Reition Home, a life member rWiiljng Workers Women's I a member of Temple Beth i Sisterhood, |ldaOptner. who is planning theme for the ceremony, installing officer. The inpri will be preceded by the candle lighting ritual, tad by Mrs. Mayer Abram|Mrs. Abe Swartl is retiring Et. ng with Mrs. D-vis as vice btsare Mrs. Esther Lerman, Frank Bury. Mrs. William Mrs. Sam Lefkowitz, Mrs. bin Rimer: tinancial secretaLeon Rapee; treasurer, lining Solomon; associate r, Mrs N:,( Wolf son; cording secretary. Mrs. Edwin associate corresponding Mrs, Bert Smokier; soPcretary, Mrs. Benjamin recorditK secretary, Mrs. |Barren; historian, Mrs. Ben nel, Mrs. David enner; paritarian. MrHarry Kaufman; fiQT. Mrs, Abe Swartz. Trusire Mesd ime< Alper, GoldKaulman. I.ebow, Optner. Satin.;. Turk. Carl WeinI Milton Weinkle. Chairman [day is MrHelen Sanders. A *i" I is being arlb Mrs William Kline and *n Ubow Committee chairI installation include |Esthcr Lerman, Mrs. Frank }Mrs. Benjamin Reich, Mrs. rJ Cohn. aft Scopus group of Hadassah will meet at the Colony restaurant on May 14. This will be the last regular! meeting for 1955-56 and will be devoted to election of officers. President-elect Mrs. David Sernaker is speaker. An entertaining musical playlet, "Me and Sympathy." j will be presented as a salute to the workers of the past year. • • &f Israeli group of Hadassah will hold its final open meeting of the season on Monday, May 14, at the Algiers hotel. There will be a musical program. • • Installation of officers for the coming year will highlight the program for the May 14 meeting of Mcnorah group of Hadassah. It will be held at the home of Mrs. George Graham. 37 Bay Heights dr., at 1 p.m. Mrs. George Simon is incoming president, with Mrs. Seymour Schulner as honorary vice president. Other officers are vice presidents, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Mrs. Raymond Wolf. Mrs. Philip Schiff, Mrs. Eugene Silverstone, secretaries. Mrs. David Alterman. Mrs. Jack Emmer, Mrs. Harry Tavss, Mrs. Alfred Swiren; treasurer, Mrs. William Weiner. • • Mrs. Louis Gidney will be installing officer at the luncheon of the Deborah group of Hadassah at Mrs. A. Green, parliamentarian. Mrs. David Levinson is luncheon chairman. • &f Installation tea for new officers of the Albert Einstein group of Hadassah will be held at the BiltBix Unveiling The Dedication of a Monument to [he Memory ol tl.o lute SARAH BIX form^'lv of 1530 S.W. 4i H STREET MIAMI u'lll tiik' v'~ Si NDAI MAY 13TH P IT -'t Mr. Nl BO Ci MI n M Mn Bi '• Mirviw I" daughter*. MrAnne Occhet, Mrs. SvKi.. 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Page 4B +JmUtn*rldUati Fridc More new Auxiliary officers include (left to right, in rear) Mesdames Charles Leeds, recording secretary; I. J. Robinson, vice esident; and Harold Spaet, past president. Seated (left to right) are Mesdame^ Philip Lefkowitz. vice president; Maxwell Hyman, auditor; Max Dobrin, chairman of past presidents advisory council; and Max Dreyer, chairman of nominating committee. New officers not in picture are Mesdames A. Wien. vice president; Sidney Schwartz, qeneral vice president; David Bass, corresponding secretary; and Joseph Duntov, parliamentarian. Mt. Sinai Women Elect Mrs. Eggnatz; Make 72 Awards to Members South Dade Women Will Install Officers Alter %  year of earnest work in i I plannm:. the new South D*d Jawlsh ("enter is making stridei toward completing their planlor establishing a Center in the South Dad* comnninity. The women's committee of the South Dade JtViab (enter is celebrating this milestone at a Mothei Daj lunc h eon to he held in the Algiers hotel Tuesday, whan the annual installation ol officers aril] he held. Officers are Mrs. Ixiu Kirk, pros Ident; Mrs Harold I'omerantz, jvice president; Mrs Ed Roth, treasurer. Mrs. Jack Green, corresponding secretary. "Appearing as guest and installing officer will be Mrs. Joaeph Narot. Mrs. Richard Lcben. 1206 Andora ave Coral Gables, i> chairman of the affair AcademyPTAl Former Tea Mra. Irving Schwartz was installed Sunday by Rabbi H. Louis Rottman as president of Beth Israel Congregation Sisterhood. T -•— Continued from Pq 1 B Greatei Miami Rabbinical Assn. and 1 Beth Sh Auxiliary membi n ware ML'KTS ol the da) was Mrs, Morris Goldin. Auxiliary members who wart I charms included the ill Mien, David I Camilla Baum, Victor Behar i r Bloom. \ i; oxbaum, William Brenner, Arthur Burrell, Max Dreyer, J iseph Duntov, Meyei Leon Ell, Aaron Fair. Richard Fleming, Michael Gilbert, Louis Glasser, George Gold Ellis Goldin, Mi rris Goldin, EmanGoldstrich, Morton (irant and I. C Greenberg, \Ko the Mesdgme D ivid Harris L E. Harris, Philip Bayden, Edna Hi llei 5a il Herman George Hoff, Holland, Maxwell Ryman, H( rm HI .I.,cul.s. Ham Kaufman. ph Ketzky, Nathaniel Klein, Morris Kogan, Sanford Kramer. Morris Lefkea, Philip Lefkowitx, Jean C Lehman, Isaac Levin, Nathaniel Levin. Robeii Levy, Alexander Libow and Sam Upton. Also the Mesdames Sam Marks. Herbert Mathes, Milton Morris. ,Ida Optner, Harry Platoff. Harold Rand, Matilda Ratner. Mclvin Richard. I J. Robinson. Harry Ro Charles Rosengarten, Edward Roth and Morton Riissack lh.. Mesdames Maurice Serotta. Elsie Schwabe, Sidnej Schwartz, Jandon Sehwarz, Murray A. Shaw, ph Sloan. Donald Smith. Harry Smith. Harold Spaet. Sara Stepner. Louis Stoff, Jerome Thorner, Milton Weiss, Leonard Wlea and Barn< •> %  Uolk. SDT Alums Will Install Officers IIU Tau A lu in n a e i "' %  Greater Miaou th birthda) this year annual installation lum I daj noon in Miami shores country club. In Charge Ol the luncheon arements is Mrs Irvine Jjein M the program is Mrs Her Stevensi who VN i ll addresi the p on "My Trip to Israel -Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, board member ol the Haven School for Mentally Retarded children, will accept a check for medical equip merit at the school, for which Sigma Delta Tau Alumnae League raises hinds annually. Mrs. Philip Lefkowita will install Officers lor the coming year. Thev are president. Mis Marvin MoitUs; first vice pr esid e nt Mrs. Paul Gold man: second vice president. Mrs Howard Green; recording MI IV. Mrs Charles Eestinger; correlins secretary, Mrs. Howard Hindi; treasurer. Mrs. Alvin ("awn. and parliamentarian. Mrs Henry Gajjgstatter. Mrs. Baltiich Will Mrs Qeorge Blltuch will be installed president of the Women's j Council of R'nai B'rith Thursdav evening at the Nautilus hotel, with Rabbi Irvinn I/>hrman. Temple Emanu-E] spiritual leader, as initalllnf officer For the past two years. Mrs. Raltuch has hewn president of North Shore B'nai B'rith chapter and was elected vice president of the Women's State Federation. other officers to he installed include the Mesdames Norman Rein hard A; Raich., Frank Smulson, vice presidents: Bernard SupWOTth, reedrdlng secretary; Jack Kirschbuum, corresponding secretary; Tuesday; ff ';'" unanunouaiy e .J !" f the Hebiew Hi B W ""echairman committee. : v r r heGr 5 P'cnt of several honl] r,,ni Pn State a M Universny, Mr,. Fan J >7 ol the faculty of* Citys Lexington SchoolDeaf for a number of fM her arrival in Miami"BesJU Mrs Farr served 8 J r'"'} Mothers/mi 3 nonerary life vie presijLd Academy IT A last >-~ Elected to serve with ^ are honorary trustee y a] der Kogan; past pr^ Charles Gertler and Jiivl Be Installed Here Harry Kaufman, treasurer; Harvey Herman, sentinel; Joseph Morgan, parliamentarian; Simon Rudan. hi torian; and Gerald Soltz, counselor. Pell Sorkoff; vice pre Installation of officers will l>c Kuth Mirmclli. Mr. %  jointly performed with Men's ber, Mrs. Abraham Mi !" Council, of which Sidney Efronson r "", Mrs. Irving (wj is president. ipondlng s Pcre t ar y j^ Bergman: recordingi Samuel li. Wolfe; soruli Mrs. Charles Bogin; New B'nai B'rith Group „. „ %  .u c %  i rs •• • mls n:iries isoei Rna, Bnth Social Council .s a Jonah capl.il new organization designed to de Mrs. Milton Koch: velop acquaintanceship between Robert Litowitz. unattached B'nai B'rith men and women, according to an announceProH/* ment this week by S. 1. Blake, tern porary president. I X\JGUST BROS R IS the f liil VEGETARIAN BEANS 'N TOMATO SAUCE Repeat Performance Slated Repeat performance of "Bar Kochba" will be presented at Flamingo Park Sunday in honor of Mother's Day. Cast features Gloria Aliani. Ruther Sutherlin and Bob Lyons. In addition, Mother's Day features will be offered by Edith Roth.stein and Wendy Solar, mem hen of the choral group. 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,, May 11." s Day At Nome for Aged Da y party annually together with Mrs. Tobias Sussman by the Greater Miami is heading the large committee of '•Auxiliary. Jewish Home hostesses who have volunteered •eed will take place in the their services for the afternoon ,7garden party at Douglas: Mrs. Jack Udell, vice president is Sunday afternoon. | and garden club enthusiast, will Max Creenbcrg. honorary once again arrange all COmgei ami idenl a nd founder of the make presentations to the aged Beach Auxiliary group, I residents. %  (•• Mrs. Louis Makovsky. vice president and program chairman, is in charge of entertainment. Mr. and Mw. Alex Delerson will sing a group of nogs, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Aida Yaslo. Mr. '•' %  St.inman will act as master of ceremonies. Mil. Manual Tanenbaum is in Charge Of reservations. Page 5 B s5a8$ e#* Women's ORT Group Plans Two Affairs North Dade chapter of Women's American ORT will hold a meeting on -Monday, May 14, at the home of Mrs Jack Berke, 143 NW 47th tter. Election of officers for the coming year will take place. Guest speaker will be William J. Hcilly, certified counselor and psychologist and graduate of Pennsylvania State University, who will speak on "Child Psychology." On Saturday evening, May J9, jthe chapter will hold its first an. nual installation dinner dance in |the Alpine room of the Lucerne hotel. | Gust speaker will be William J. ence Kupperman. C7 Art* .. ti podoc KOSHER NOTTS PRODUCTS for superior taste and health benefits. .* superior quality and value' y New! Sunsweot Cooked Prunes, -ready to servo TA'AM GAN EDEN J Made from the finest apples in Apple Land MOTT'5 h \4auce7 £ \ Rich, natural Sunsweot > Prune JuicoV no sugar added Rich/ natural Mott's Apple Juico no sugar added I *OTT S : JI UNDER STRICT RAlilMICAl SUPERVISION K



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Page 6B +JewlstirkrkfcW l5SLMay (i Donal i Walter NebON, son <>f Mr and Mrs. Irving Nelson, in I June 1957. The announcement of the couple'a i 1,1 menl v. as made by tile mother of the bride elec t during a nani,'ii patty on Miaa Palay'a 19th birthday. The bride-elect is an honor student at the UnlversHj "t Miami. where the la majoring in social studio in the ichool "t education. She |lso la president of the Sigma Alpha Iota pledge clan and %  member i'i the university choir. Mr. Nelaon la a graduate of Florida and iv attending the University of Miami law school. The couple met eight years ago Ifarcia waa itodying music i the direction ot her fiance's, mother. Nancy Strauss, Alan Rosenberg Exchange Vows In a 5:30 p.m. double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, Apr. 29. at the Algiers hotel. Miss Nancy Strauss, of Chicago. III.; daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Strauss, 833 15th st.. Miami Beach, became the bride of Alan M. Rosenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Rosenberg. Chicago. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky performed the ceremony. Beat man was Norman Perman, Chicago. Maid of honor was Lorraine Shaffer, also Chicago. The bride was given in marriage by her father at a small intimate family wedding. She selected a blush pink alencon lace ballerinalength gown with fitted bodice cap sleeves, drape cummerbund of parchment silk and very bouffant skirt. Her four-tiered French illusion shoulder-length veil was attached to a headpiece of matching lare and seed pearls. She carried orchids or. a Bible. The wedding band was also worn by her maternal grandmother on her wedding day. The bride carried an imported French lace handkerchief that her mother carried on her wedding day. NtWly wed Mrs. Rosenberg rereived her AB degree in journalism from Indiana Cniversity in Bloomingtonn. Ind. She was graduated cum laude and belongs to Phi Beta Kappa and Theta Sigma Phi, rational professional journalistic tnti ratty. Mr. Rosenberg is a graduate of the University of Illinois. His fraternity is Phi Fpsilon Pi. After a seated dinner, the couple left for their honeymoon. They will make their home in Chicago at 900 W. Argyle. Aid more AttS. JACK HIIDIS *M. AIAI tOSUlfK Ruth Frank Weds Mr. Jack Friede August Rites for Lew, Kleber Mr and Mrs. Henry Levy, of 516 Catalonia ave. Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their daughter. Barbara, to Garvin Kleb .' *• fUll STORAGE CALL 82-1611 A bendedmessenger ill CM it J*rjo*rfHrt pro*?*! etiMOMUNO etumiNO eiiMWi"*



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Page 8 B -Jenistncr***' 1 Labor Zionist Leader Due in Miami; Will Help Mark Anniversary Fete Mo\,i i Brown, national president of the Labor Zionist Order, prominent economist and iirtmmitrator, Will appear at the Hibiscus ,. m Miami Beach. 955 Alton on Sunday nmht in y. i %  %  ition of Israel: iry. >mcides wi'h the I date "( In ,i 1948. and Yorfl U 1 will be crlehrated -i METER BROWN multancously by Labor Zionist groups throughout the United States. Brown elected to come to the Miami rally lioc;m-e it marks the ,r culmination of a campaign by the Labor Zionist Assembly of Creator Miami to enroll every' member as an Israel Bond holder, according to Hi A. .1 Ishlon. president of the local group. Dr. Ishlon also has accepted the position ot Israel Bonds chairman for all Labor Zionists in Greater Miami, overall chairman Jacob Sher announced Brown was one of the American Jewish leaders who participated in I he economic conference convened bodies, Brown has served on numerous delegations to internalnm al conferences in Europe and Israel. Entertainment also will be included in Sunday night's program, Dr. Ishlon said. He named sponMirs of the meeting as Mrs. M S. Green, president of the Pioneer Women Coral Gables Club; Mrs. I Jacobs, president of Pioneer Women Club 2; Ehiel Lesowoder. president of Histadrut; Mrs. Isaac Pi h kin, president of the Pioneer Worn en's Council; Mrs. L. Raffel, presi dent of the Pioneer Women Kadi mah C lub; Mrs. j R. .dent of the Pione^lKS jXyerson Club; 11S ^he Farband ^ I Mrs. M. Seeman P L • l U '^y. president fl i VN omen Club 1. Saturday night 0 f eted at a meeting (1 l M r and Mrs. Solomo, f 2836 SW 25th ft. The, be a M'lave Malke. 85.409 ballots to Brautigam s 30,744, In the race tor st,.ie sena lor Joe Baton downed incumbent Geoi bj TS.718 to M08 John H Orr, Jr. will return to Taliahaaaea as repreaentative from n Jerusalem in October. 1953, by Group 2. He defeated candidates p r j me Minister David Ben Gurion Boyd and Thornal, racking up a A t that meeting. Israeli program total Oi tW.438. of economic development wa disIn the circuit court race, incuin cusae d, and plans outlined for the hent Judge Robert H. Anderson flotation on" an international scale tallied some 57.000 votes to defeat „f t h c second Israel Bond Issuesmall claims court Judge Raymond tne Development Issue—in the Gov. Collins Racks Up Smashing Win Continued form Pago 1 A nent, segregation candidate Sumter I.owry. of Tampa, who tallied close to 120.000 ballots Coming in third and fourth were C. Farris Bryant, of Ocala, and former Florida Gov. Fuller Warren, who was seeking a second term, Dade county registered a resoundlng vote Tuesdaj despite the heavy rains m late afternoon, with 12 percent of the area's qualified voters going to the poUi by noon. Of G< \ .llmstotal 368,537 l>allotl throughout Florida, upward Of 110.286 were cast in the Dade area for the 47 year-old incumbent. In other races here. Richard E. Contain defeated George Brautifor District 7. Ed Mason dumped ,\ gam for state attorney in the elevincumbent Hugh Peters in District enth judicial district, running up 2. Nathan's bid to that office. With almost B0 electioneering here. Florida Sen. George Smathen smothered his North Florida oppone nt Erie L. Griffis by 278.521 to 34.255. In the Group 1 contest for representative, it was George Hollahan over Harvic DuVal. and in Group 3. Cliff Harrell outdistanced his opponent. Incumbent Tom Kelly defeated hopefuls Jimmy Sullivan and Reubin Clcin for the office of sheriff. Joe Hall will be school superintendent, outdoing nearest challenger by some 58,000 votes In the Dade commission race, there will be a runoff between Karis Co wart and Jess Yarborough t'nited States, Canada, Latin America and Western Europe. Brown, the founder more than 40 years ago of the organization he now heads, is equally at home in the United States and Israel. A member of the central committee of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, the board of directors of the United Israel Appeal, and more than a score of other national MIAMI MILITARY ACADB 31st year convenes Sept. 12. Grade* 1-12. Boordiiq Each student carefully toiled. Special help in wtak Small class**. 90% ot graduates' attend college. Our military program loads to a more concise and i way ol living. Develops courtesy, noatnen. punctuality L_ 35 acres on Biscayn* Bay. Outdoor pool, sails rang. be | Complete athletic program ior all ages. Band rsrtmea. Fully accredited. 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[ M aylU951 judaeansMap Convention u ,i summer conven-1 Planning and preparation for the ,1Southern region of \ convention is under the chairmanLine noW bein>i P f Sh rlev Ann Knck. of AtCuke place at CampTJlue lanta, (; a „ regional vice president Etorsonville, NC, from .Light days will include discussion rtudy group ,] ;iI1 ,i |f tion events, athletics, ihrnush June 8 Z\ nemP will be -On: U on cvent *%  •* creative JJL the World Bust*— wortahopi and busin, ., .,„„„ for the 150 expected Judaeans Who Irinciplo the Lust.ce and Pea. ?$&!** fr m lhe eight-state Sonera region of SnnioVlfoung Judaea is an organization dire, by the Southern Zionist Youth Commlaslon and jointly sponsored %  > the Southeastern region of the Zionist Organization of Amenca and the Southern, Southeastern and Florida regions oi Hadassah. Page 9 B %  a Youth to Conduct Friday Services Late Friday evening services will be conducted by members of United Synagogue Youth group at Temple Zloa, The group, which has been in existence at the Temple since last September, meets Monday evenings. In addition, Sunday morning services are conducted for the I group's 60 members. Among participants at Friday evening services will be Sumner jGarte, Rochelle Lynn. Larry Kano;witz, Arnold Grant, Joan Lps.s and ; David Harris Kenneth Schachter will be refreshment chairman, and Alan Sinclair is head usher. At SHEVUOTH Time i' XnH every day • • • the fine Coffees of Maxwell House are enjoyed by far more Jewish people than any other brand in the world! Black or creamed*..with fleischige or HMAfett^ffcfcnl Q before and after and durng meals ... ^^^\ -TUN*** „<\. 6 000^ 0 tt a jW5 1 \ HH& CO* f THE SHABBOS COFFEE '0000 TO T -AST MO' PRODUCTS OF GINltAL FOODS GOOO TO COFFEES of MAXWELL HOUSE



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*Je*istJ f I, u, h '• %  : burial In Havl %  • %  •• HENRY GOLDSTEIN : i \i: TIM -i die i Mas 7 ...,,. i,. ,uII. from • HI BUB. JULIUS C. COHEN I Ml ..f I I I Se Tot a, S'n v in \. a lh local 1 li. JOSEPH KFI.LFR ... %  • : May t i life IP nl, he KABBI DAVID SHAPIKO Kchn Partner In CPA Firm Provl i: i ll. floi til in i MRS HONEY MEZEY 111 ,,' 7'. N\\ "'I' I M.IV fi of i .,il... k Sh. .mmhare M ..v.. '••'<" New ^ vi l Su: • \ s im M.-I. v hi Ihi anil a hmih• i.l burUI Were In New wjtli local iirranitfi.n'ntB by riordoft Funeral r*. ABRAHAM FINESTONE • 7nl imh at |.r.Hl.l.-nl f Ten-Year Tenure For Rabbi Shapiro At a meeting of the board of rnora oi Temple Sinai, Jewish Community Center Of Hullsw I. Uahbi David Shapiro was reelected spiritual leader <>i Temple Sinai ior a period of ten years, it was announced W e i!'-*r >He then 1, ami i ci eutivi din ctor "t Ihe American Jewish Congress m ChiGe rge W. Hirach, Miami Beach eago m which capacity he served certified public accountant, has until 1948. Rabbi Shapiro waa named Stewart Kohn a partner in chairman of the United Jewiah Apthe neu CPA fhtn of Hirsch and peal ol Wisconsin and upper MichKohn Offices ;ire located at 1218 igan from 1948 to ll ^Washington ave |j £," Among other activities of Rabbi Kohn has iiccn %  Miami Heacn ,.,,.,„, ,,, u Shapiro have been hiparticipation resident .or 21 year. He la a Brada* ;£ *£*member Ol the board <>l dlreeuate of Miami Beach High School .,,,,, daughter, Mra Blanch* Simmerof the Wisconsin War Chest and the Universit, ol Florida and -.,„ ^ ^hap*!.' $Z>. during the second World War, delformerly was associated with Harerican Jewiah ion ry Blumin and Co. as a certified nting Wisconain, and public accountant Mr Hirach, a vice president and comptroller of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Aaan. Miami Beach, has lived on the Beach since 1989 He received undergraduate and graduate training at the University of Florida, and served as a ( TA for the past five years. A WorM War II veteran. Hirsch is married and the father of two children. Both accountants are members president of the American Institute of ACMI. presicountants and the Florida Institute dent: Harold Abern. third vice ol Certified Public Accountants lent: Jacob Schiff, financial % %  'iiry. Louis Pearl, treasurer. MrBen Sirk is, recording secreMrs Pearl Konigaberg, correecrei irj. Sam Pesin and Nathan Shenkin, sergeants-at-arms; Irving Sperling, parliamentarian; Mrs Sylvia Bart. Ben sirku e Vishkoff, auditors 1 1 %  1 ng i'ii tident is Charles I idelman Formal installation is planned, with Lewis 1'ome: .1chaii man. 1 '• -a. ii Wei •! • %  raa<>. DAVID FRIEDLANDER Hth ter Ban fl "in All %  1 > f.. I II. ,l| M 1.. 1 ..' Hi,. Jewiah Wit r Sni \ 1 hla wife |. %  -. war* Apr '.'I. with l.uiUl In Mi Nelau ry. MRS. ANNA WOLOWITZ K',. of II 1 I >ra .• her., %  aca fr..m Waahlfifton, died Api 20 81 ir\ is-,-,1 li> her hunl.in.l d) -IS S. and 1 Rlvei Inaioa ava., In ob tree .,: II IB. tl oj In Ha rmonyl a ass ->l Rreen v upliUna light to LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN ii.ii..!. riealrlno. In engafe In IIIIMIIII 7th STREET R vR-R-Q \ \v Kind Avenue, Miami, Put Inti ndi to %  with lhaI'll lh* Circuit <"<>iirt nf DanY County, HERIIERT .1 HRl'NJfM IH-.I.owner) KESSI.ER is•: \KS AII neya A11.1 ne) s fin Applicant 17sWeal ll,ii:l.i Bin :. ii-is-::. — s 1 lovely htt.n, tribute to23 name it bean ^i bean. • 1 A memorial „ one of J porunt rurchax, y JJf With rrmlYI.eJ ,1 ^W confidence hVJ pit sident oi the Zionist Orn ol the Middle West. Israelite Center Picks Morris Head Hyman Morris has been eli idenl oi the Israelite i ei Other officers named at an elecmeeting lasl week are Albert Weinberg, firsl vice Parness, second ii inaton m., with burial In X. w V. ik LEGAL NOTICE St. Louis Club Picks Nieberg President Samuel XieherR will IK 1 installed and t president of the St. Ix>uis club of Greater Miami at an annual dinner Sunday evening in the Nautilus hotel. Chairmen are Mrs. Esther Lerman and Mrs. Rose Rodman. Sol Goldman will be installing officer. Others to assume office are Max Kntker Edward Goldstein. Paul HARRY ROSENBERG 17 nf CI I M: nth •! Homeataad, die.! \i.,. Ha had lived in I>H.IIeounu -IV v %  \ l\ II, | il .'lls s and his fa thai 1 .i. III riui.i.l. Iphia. WILLIAM TAPIR '.'.. ,.f 7i' \ sii..r>iii u Jewelry alore owner in W 'shinvt. I. Pa a .1 M.iv Bftef .< Initx llln.-ss Snr\i\ln are hla wife, H let and t wi i In Plttal.'llkll. M I'll V." III.ill -I iol .I..II I' I... nils MORRIS ORUBERO • I '.(in S\V Itt si ho I .on.. Inn. (r .HI Kinx-I..". X V.. Hi. .I M.,v 4 II..,.i i.-ilrrd meiIna are his wife, llnnna: • us Im-ludlna Thomaa Mi.,mi. two Ini-Iiiillnu Mm Pi ., brotbar, ten %  inI 11 armt-sra i.a. hiiitrfn burial wera-ln Kinxaton, nli Cordon PunaraJ Home In clauv I ^ €tkr where unxe-aj are J, Mired. MEMOKIAIS OF inmm] H. Abraij,6 tw-j DADE MOWMENTsi 3241 S.W. 8H|tl Ph. HI 4-2011 \% Untvd —Mriio^r.-iiihrr-Typi By outstanding S.W. Miami Synagogue. Pi job. Organizational and local experience Phone 82-4795 Metropolitan Life Insurance U! New "Paid up at 65" Hospital and Surgical P IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH" 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN:' FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN Millstone and Mrs. Rose Kudman CHANCERY No 190022 Vice presidents; Mrs i,| u i) ;is cording a e r etarj ; Mn Ruth Winer, corresponding aacretary; lira. Berniee Ladd, financial aa c re and I.ouis Buck, treasiiror Board of directors include M J. KopelowHz, Miss Lillian Goodman, Nal Woafaon, Sol Goldman, Hai 1 I tein, Prank Weiss, Norman weingarttn, David A Davia, Mrs Beatrjee^Wolff. ^Noett kbr. nam I erlmutter, Mrs Ksther LerORDER OF PUBLICATION TUB .1 .i iKK '• : \;.: n %  %  w %  %  MRS ESTHER VANKOWITZ T ,1,1 M... I She Brooklyn \\*T hu JulMia, .,nl three dBUMhtara, Mr SI vi K mm i-. | \v i>in and i II i, • HI rvl v I Ma) *. II ii burial tn Mi HI nal i mi let | LOUIS ALPERT KM llth aVI .i • •! May I na i,-r. aeven yi in •" after lothlna ninniif... i ii %  in \,-\s Fork i it) Mrriving are hln if... H three %  -I II -i Iwo sisi<-!.. In. In,ling Mra. %  I Price v h II Brookl) n. N V with %  nis i.x KM M.-n.'.i i.< I f in.-1 %  I Hoi -. r*laal.-l SI %  il i: !• 1,1 It MAN • I NOTICF TO CRFDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY I FLORIDA IN PROI3ATE. No. 3796* r-v \II: p nORIK>N s BRi in i •' Aaainal .~ ild >*...i .. %  d i %  %  n.l and* -ii-. i ou, of eilh.-r . Ri lUABAfOH, Truat on Ax K\. • utora of Ihe I. • W I i, II i T. ntamenl ..f CJORDON H BROWN l.:.s. MKIM W a K Ml.w leybold Bulbllna;. Miami, Mi.rlda M t..i r.-s ,*m Kxei-ul. I n-is-r, — %  man. .Joseph Sachs. Sam Brovsn. Mrs Belle Wolfaon LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOL UTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIOA l.l. Til U MUM I SHAM. WTON I.PAIVHON Ml >. Ml I :...|',M.\ II VROI.il TAX) i Ml W1I I l.l i|:l|. \ OERTRIHK T VM KHtUt MIAMI. PI ORIDA -.f Nt.i\ A I tfl I-.1 Ihe ,•. law of the Bute ..f PlorldH HI IN '' atlon, with ita prim liaai place .-f fount) in tl and a %  i|.-.i .ii.-i. did ..ii the i2 %  be filed in tl.. Of the S..,r.li-. „f BUU Of the of Florida %  i--.il... nl of ,.n the Rtorkholder* under th^ provlaUand ,.f Plorida -h..wina the diBwilutlon ..f aui h Kan. Mow, therefore, ih.Bacratan ..f hereb) %  ertlfj to th.f.,rea-otna and thm h^ l lnjtl in. requirement! ,.t law have lalled IHi IN WITMK8H w HRRBOP, i In,' I on. of Plorida, at raHahaeaee, the thin iata K "'""' *** "' M %  H A. CIIAV '••s'-V.) tiacratai? .,f sute. R 11,. at BENJAMIN LEVEY 'I. owner ..f i imenl Ina Corp.. died m lie < II < II. I Is :-. f| ,,,,, \,\* TIM k • I RW Itth | He 'il-.r of thl \! ., i r i v ., V Ida ; %  s..ii. Urn ion i \i Ka a ll.-n) s lm.,1 iz in i-,.. I'aul%  ? in Menwarla wilh I. II i.l III Ml \. I... RAYMONO STANLEY ELKIN i I \ %  i %  I ..i u hi I -i He i %  ., 11,. i \ I 11 .... I' : I In N.-\ i JOSEPH loASBERO Ii.-r.I Apt Ivlna is .... Mr ii.in Kervli ea ware Vi.i II Now. coverage for your active yean plus modified coverage during retirement without further premiums. One out of every dghl Americans will go to the hospital this year. You know how fast hospiul and medical bills can pile up! That is why it is so imporunl to have a Hospital and Surgical plan to help meet such expenses. This new Metropolitan Plan can help NAT GANS RICHARD H. HALPERT as long as yoti lha, tsrwuljf ing the later yean hen no hi premium pavments re i This new plan is fa nm ../>/. %  However, the I tan Life Insurance CompaayI adjust the premiums on wck| CIO .is .1 class. Telephone or write complete details of ihe > tan Paid up It 65 Hotpaa^ Surgical Plan. IVAN FISHER SYLVAN WETSTiDI Representing METROPOLITAN LIFE INS 3200 S. W. 3rd Av*.. Miami. Fla. Ph.Fl! ) I ROOM Wth ON TH! OCEAN. MIAMI BIACH SUPERB DINING PLUS Oinr SMiic SID LEWIS I ORCHESTRA II] SUOUA'COU Good Fooc 1225 Wo Enroll Your Children JVoir •. in the NORMANDY MUSIC & ART CAMP A DAY CAMP EMPHASIZING ar.e. ceras, etsaras oni • • Creea oetivhies iachflin archaetra, end dramatics. • All faraw af pmimfm^. scvlatura mmi crsnH*. FULL ATHLHIC PROGRAM c -iM • Wilti swimmiaa activities c.ater.d at ra. Narth Shara Kk*9 Cala • HiaMy skilled praftss.aaol staff. SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM • RaaM-dial I.ad,a,, .aid Nigh Scaeal Sabfxts. dastKf Far Inferaiatiaa Call UN 6-6811 1021 BIARRITZ MIVE MIAMI BIACH, FLORIDA ITATi ACCtfWriO BR0CHU REQUEST ON NORMANDY SCHOOL^ PnWt SeAWf *'^



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May l l ._l956_ jL*^*/for*/jh>/7 \foxr cnberg will offiis seventh grade atob loah Junior High r-ndinq Beth David |school for the past three mber of the Beth king league and Cotillion [own guests will include Imother, Mrs. Vera MeadHaven Conn.; and uni Meadow Also attending t. and Mrs Rubin Epstein, fckaway. L.I; and Mrs. (ternfii'lil. Valley Stream, Community Leaders to be Honored At Past Presidents' Function Here on,H ; )r eon'o V* ''"^ nKiMM P ro ram "••> for a I I e hm,V rJ7 ,, 'r^ n u < 1,> m, m,MTs of the fa !" '>I" addi"he s eon Inn ^ ^ ay mRht '" U ,n "' inducting its regular operI. ml.fe^H ,n V 1 ,i mnal >11 LttOM from the same three buildhe >, I Z f ""'"' '" iBg ;MJCC nas r( cent, y "tended '" ^ ll 1 l "' ,f | w as,nnounced lU service ., newer areas in the oy A. Budd Cutler, general chair-'comity where it is conducting an extension program with .several I he Jewish community center synagogues. rLr?!?T l i. mme m Cni which A beneficiary agency of the II part of the National Jew.sh Wei-1 Greater Miami Jewish Federation, fare Board, is now 23 years old in the Center also is affiliated with Page 11P Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kaltman, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 12, 6 p.m., at Beth Jacob Congregation. He attends Miami 'Beach Junior High School and is in the seventh grade. the Greater Miami area. The first body formed in this community was the Miami YM-YWHA Later a ^S'^ W th l he thCn e f XlSt feld E Alb <* WS MllSn FriSi HP iT^, S t SSn l f0 !" man Dr Sam Beckman Leo Ackerthe present agency known as the man, Philip B erkowitz, George Howard Goldberg Bar Mitzvah Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldberg, 1629 SW 6th st., was Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 5, at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The Bar Mitzvah performed the entire services and addressed the congregation. Rabbi Simon April officiated. Howard attends Ada Merrit Junior High and the religious school of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County. Past presidents to be honored GMJCC. Men who have seen service as presidents of these groups will receive citations on Saturday night Chertkoff, Leon Kaplan, Max R. Silver and Ben Essen; Miami Beach YM-YWHA, Harry Zuckernick, Carl Weinkle, Milton | for their part in having sparked girkin and Leon Huberman; Flagthe growth of this movement to a'ler Granada Jewish Community Stephen Pasteur Bar Mitzvah Stephen, son of Jade Pasteur, 615 82nd st., will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. May 12, at the North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will conduct the services. Stephen is a student at the religious school of the Center and attends Nautilus Junior High. Center. Sam Weber, Herman Feldman. Joseph Masters, Sidney Stiller, Ben Clein, Irving Lax and Harold Strumpf; GMJCC Town Branch chairmen, Bernard Weksler and Stuart Winston; GMJCC Beach Branch chairman, Leon Epstein. Now serving as president of GMJCC is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. stone flower shops at your ten .if Ikourc m grout* miami phone it SI. 198 other's Day [Special SlfS Of 3 Massages 3 Vapor Cabinets 1 1 4 MacLevy Mechanical Spot Reducing Treatments fOft $25.00 I HEALTH STUDIO "W. 62nd STRUT HfM 897956 •l-F CLUBS '•KHAfTIO) "BHIO REPAIRED ['Golf Club Service '."MM, Ph. 13265* | $ H a v e n fc TV *?, UnriM* lrw CIRCUS OF VALUES AT SHEVUOTH TIME.. STEP RIGHT UP... AND STOCK UP! IT'S BIRDS MS B IGGEST PARADE Of "BIG TOP" VALUES IN THOSE EXTRA SPECIAL FROZEN fOODS-BETTER HURRY TO YOUR GROCER I 3 0Z. PATTIES IN EACH PACKAGE POTATO 4 PATTIES liSisEYifr^^ ORANGE JUICE iC 6 OL Can... 2 for 35c LIMEADE 6oz.Can...3for39c ywv. Original Xew York Meat Market 757 41t STREET MIAMI BEACH l.undv Market 1435 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 1323 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Tropical Kosher Food Market 1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Sunny Isles Super Market 239 SUNNY ISLES BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH Sehiff* Market 16th STREET and LENOX AVENUE MIAMI BEACH SOME EREEZE H>0 '" MTB FKEEZE* EEAVOR



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Page 12 B + U**utnarkHarL toy. Ma i GLOBAL SHORTS NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS LONDON (JTA)—Sigmund Gestetner. philanthropist and for many vears leader of the Jewish National Fund in Britain, died in Nice, France, last week. He was also active in the directorate of the Joint Palestine Appeal in this country. He was 58. Mr Gestetner was the rounder of the world famed commercial firm which bears his name, lie was born in London and entered communal life as a young man. He was early identified with the Zionist c.uise. beinu most influenced by his father. David Geatetner, and by Dr. Chaim Weizmann. AMSTERDAM (WNS>—Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard this week paid their first visit to the Jewish Museum of thicity in another of their many manile>t;.tion oi interest in the Jewish community of The Netherlands. The museum is located in a medieval house on the site of the ancient Jewish Ghetto of Amsterdam which was razed by the Nazis LONDON (JTA>—The Israel freighter "(ialila wiled from Gravesend last week, carrying the tirst shipment of arms Britain has sent to Israel since the Communists began arming the Aral)The cargo was reported to include 16 anti aircraft guns, 1(X) eases ol detonators s/id two mobile searchlights. A Foreign Office spokesman and the Israeli Embassj declined to comment on the shipment BERLIN (JTA) PUl Baender, Jewish born veteran Commimist der who was sentenced to si\ years at hard labor in 1954 as a result he anti-Semitic campaign In Hast Germany, was released from jail here. He was the highest ranking Jew arrested in the Fast German drive, and first of the Fast Cerman Jews to be released since the recent Communist campaign for "Social legality." In 1952. Baender was ousted Iron his position as state Secretary of the Ministry of Supply. Later he as sentenced to |ail for "upsetting the food supply of the population leliberatel) false planning and through wrong dlrectivee." LONDON WAS' Prison terms ranging from three to ten ye.it•v Imposed bj a \1<>-\ a VOtO ot 15 to 0 after the representative of the Netherlands said that the time was not ripe for taking up the idea be< ause of religious and other objections to it. "THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART I will never forget that I am YOUR representative on the County Commission" Charles Chuck' HALL tj a "The Talk ot the Town" TRAIL CAFETERIA Air Conditioned 2546 S.W. 8th Street Two Free Parking lots OPEN EVERY DAY OUR SPECIALTY CHOICE RIBS of BEEF RARE or Will DONE t „y fcasjkf COFFEE WITH FRESH CREAM 5c SECOND CUP WITH US "Food to Please All the Family" ANDY FRAZ1ER, Owner CHICAGO (WNS>— In the course of an attack on American Jews and Zionism, which he said was 'similar to Nazism," Syrian Ambassa dor Farid Zeineddine. addressing a conference of the American Friends oi the Middle Fast, asked: 'Why don't they make a Zionist state in New York where the Jews believe in a Jewish State?" In a similar at tack he charged Jews with resorting to "Nazi techniques" in their methods in Israel. fORTON TIRE U. S. ROYALI a MMfflHV DURING THIS AMAZING SALE COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! AT NORTON TIRE PROTECT YOUR FANIQ with Blowout-Proof Steel] M!* %  >// ,'"r We hav it! New Safety Age U.S. *oyal Mqster|he c*fy tir. with o flexible ifeef Safety Cf W ""^fcjgfflg( that makes tread BIOWOUT-PROOFI AMAZING TESTS PROVE IT! SING SIZE ALLOWANCES FOR OLD Til 10c GETS YOU ROLLING £ t tf*Z EASY CREDIT SAg to a finance i OVER 32 YEARS ktrliAdt DEALING ASSURES YOU Or BETTER VALUE if BETTER SERVICE NORTON TIRE^ Norton Pa W **• 1454Alto"J£ it BETTER CREDIT TERMS FLORIDA'S LARGEST 102 S. H* 1 U.S. ROYAL HEADQUARTER


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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May 11, 1956

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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lewtthJBoridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEED.
,30-Number 19
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ig Says His UN Achievement Will Hinge On Goodwill
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WORLD PRESIDENT
fide Jews' Israel's Main
length, Dr. Goldmann Tells
Closing Zionist Cong. Session
He May Return to Near last in June;
Deal With Suez Blockade, Jordan Plan
nam^ NATI0NSJ ~^nited Nations Secretary General Dag->
Hammarskjold returned Sunday from his "peace mission" to the Middle
EMI apparently satisfied with his achievements in securing uncondi-1
lonal cease-fire pledges from Israel and the neighboring Arab coun-!
tries. He emphasized, however, 4hat "only the future can show what''
tSALEM (JTA)- The 24th gress suggested here that Dr. Abba thanks to the goodwill of the governments concerned, may grow out
Zionist CongraH closed Hillel Silver be elected chairman .of it." B l
kith the ilcction of Dr. Na- of the Zionist Actions Committee.! Mr. Hammarskjold. who was met at the airport by members of the
oldmann as president of the which is the supreme Zionist body United Nations Security Council, may return tothe Middle East in June
Zioni>l organization, the
of a 17 member world ex-
and the election of a 100-
tx Zionist Actions Commit-
\fr. Goldmann. who was elect-
a vote of 272 to 42, with
be Revisionists in opposition,
faso authorized by the Con-
[to appoint an acting chair-
[ the Jewish Agency execu-
ting his absences from eith-
I York or Jerusalem.
Iterations were still going on
night on the naming of an
chairman of the executive
Jerusalem, as well as for the
lYork branches of the execu-
] These acting chairmen will
! the work of the respective
urters during the absence of
oldmann from either New
\a Jerusalem.
! Uapai delegates at the Con-
between world congresses. Joseph t0 continue further negotiations
Sprinzak the present chairman, with the Arab countries and Israel
has indicated his readiness to re- ir" an attempt to reinforce the gains
sign in favor of Dr. Silver. Other of his present four-week trip and
parties, too, are supporting the to make a start on settling the
Mapai proposal, subject to Dr. Sil- broader issues of the Arab-Israel
ver's acceptance. conflict. These issues include the
Negotiations were also continu- i Egyptian blockade of the Suez
ing on the possible inclusion in the. Canal against Israeli shipping, de-
World Zionist executive of the marcation of permanent frontiers,
the Jordan River
COLLINS IN LANDSLIDE;
SHATTERS PRECEDENT
In a history-making election.
Gov. LeRoy Collins was returned
to office Tuesday, winning without
a runoff. With most of Florida's
Continued on Pag* 11 A
APPEAL MADE
*?
Soviet Urged
Restore Rights
JERUSALEM (JTA) Resolu-
tions calling upon the Soviet Union
to restore to its Jews their full
right to live a normal Jewish life,
urging the freeing of all Zionist
prisoners and their immigration to
Israel and condemning the Arab
states for their worldwide anti-
Israel anti-Jewish propaganda
were adopted here by the 24th
World Zionist Coigress at its clos-
ing session Sunday.
The Soviet Government was also
asked to restore to Jews the right
to re-open Jewish schools, yeshiv-
oth and seminaries for training
rabbis and teachers, as well as
other institutions of Jewish culture
and art; the right to reestablish in
the USSR a Jewish press and liter-
ature and to use the Hebrew lan-
precincts counted by mid-week,
development j Collins led the field by some 103.-
which Israel wishes to start but;000 votes over his nearest oppo-
which the Arabs oppose, and the
Continued on Page 8 B
GOV. LIROY COLLINS
. way out front
PLEDGES MUST BE PRACTICED
Arab refugee question.
Mr. Hammarskjold's full report
of the results of his negotiations
with the Arab countries and Israel
was expected to be released by the
Security Council later this week. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold's
The statement which he issued peace mission to the Middle East has resulted in certain positive
upon his arrival was brief and lim-1 achievements, but the agreements he has obtained "must be tested in
ited itself to pointing out the role practice" by the Arab states, Mordecai R. Kidron, deputy chairman of
of the United Nations in helping
member governments maintain
peace. It read as follows:
"The assignment from which I
the Israel delegation to the UN, declared here Wednesday.
Mr. Kidron, who had left for a vacation to Israel on Mar. 16nearly
three weeks before Mr. Hammarskjold left on his peace missionre-
turned here about and hour after the secretary general's return. Mr.
return is sofar unique in the de- > Kdron sat in, while in Israel, on all the conversations between the UN
velopment of the United Nations.
It is for others to evaiute the re-
Continued on Page 2 A
chief and Premier David Ben Gurion and Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett.
"The secretary general," Mr. Kidron declared, "set out to do cer-
Continued on Page 2 A
SUGGEST REVISION IN BASIC AMERICAN LAW
*. MAHUM GOLDMANN
. Jewry's rale
Immigration Group Urges U.S. Senate
Committee to Extent) Our Relief Program
WASHINGTON (JTA)Revision of the U.S. basic
JgW LEADER RAPS 'EXCESSIVE NOSTALGIA' Of 'YESTERDAY'S' COMMUNITY
reedom Spurs Jewry's Growth-Klutznick
iUting a new growth rather
"decline" in Jewish life in
United States, Philip M.
.'. president of the B'nai
""declared here this week.
f* m America are "enjoying
J^*^envirnment for the
is currently conducting hearings here on "problems
guage- the right to establish con- immigration law and extension of the Refugee Relief connected with emigration of refugees and esca-
tact with Jewish communities in! Act were urged by the United HIAS Service in a pees."
other countries and with Israel. I message addressed to the Senate committee which Abner Bregman, chairman of the United Hias
executive committee, said in his
message that the position of the
United Hias in regard to legislative
changes of the Refugee Relief Act
was contained in the joint propos-
als prepared by members of the
American Council of Voluntary
Agencies, and which was addressed
to President Eisenhower last Feb-
ruary 16. "With regard to the Refu-
gee Relief Act itself, we do feel
that the expectations under this
Act have not been realized and
I that every effort should be made
'to give the eligible persons an op-
portunity to complete their appli-
Continued on Pag* 2 A
FASHINGTON (JTA) The longest period of time known to
P1 of American freedom "is a Jewish community." Mr. Klutz-
'ung a new growth rather nick added.
-l If T IH_
JJED NATIONSUN Sec
~ General Dag Hammer-
U beck from hit peace
* to the Middle East. But
Fo'ign Minister Moshe
told the secretary gen-
"Mnetday that his goverrv
1 concerned over "the
outbreak of violence
"* Egyptian and Jordan
^anaretr-s charges in-
' crossings, mining
T*r vehicles and firing
He spoke at the opening ses-
sion of the five-day triennial con-
vention of the 113-year-old
organization, the oldest of its
kind in the United States. More
than 1,000 delegates were pres-
?l ent, including observers from the
B'nai B'rith organization in Is
reel, Europe and Latin America
Mr. Klutznick predicted the ex- j
pansion of Jewish communities
throughout the non-Communist
world "both numerically and
spiritual and cultural move- j
ments." He decried "exccss.ve
nostalgia" among some Jewish
leaders who. he said, are attempt-
ing 'to superimpose on Jewish
life in America some of the metn-i
ods. ideas, programs and customs
of the Jewish communities oi
tlTtJ'lV "
The world president of B'nai
B'rith scored the "penitence by
propaganda" of Soviet rulers.
The new Soviet rulers, he de-
clared, "are trumpeting some
truths about the persecution of
Jews behind the Iron Curtain, but
seek absolution by casting the
blame for it on Stalin." He said
he would "accept the premise
that the new Soviet regime is
truly opposed to anti-Semitism.
I recognized the existence of con-
ditions which would make possi-
ble a B'nai B'rith movement in
Moscow or Kishinev free to pur-
sue its purpose as are the Jews of
B'nai B'rith in such places as
Rome and Dublin."
TRAINED EXPERTS ARE PART OF DEAL
Czechs Send Syrians $30 Million in Arms
LONDON (JTA)Czechoslovakia is shipping some
$30 000 000 worth of weapons and ammunition to
Syria at bargain prices, it was reported here in the
Daily Telegraph, a leading British newspaper. The
Telegraph said the shipment was agreed on six
weeks ago, and that some arms already are believed
to have been unloaded in the Syrian port of Latakia.
Equipment being shipped to the Arab nation in-
cludes 100 tanks, 50 of German and 50 of Russian
design; nearly 100 armored cars; heavy anti-aircraft
guns and field artillery in undisclosed quantities;
25 Russian-made M1G jets, naval munitions and
other ammunition of various kinds, the newspaper
said. It reported that Communist experts are being
sent to Syria to train troops in the use of the new
weapons, and some Syrian officers will receive spe-
cial training in Czechoslovakia.


Page 2 A
J*i*t fkridlian
Dag Says Results
Will Depend Upon
Goodwill of East
Continued from P? 1 A
suit, and only th* future mn show
. thanlu to the B.....IwiU of the
amenta i
i : n However an.I thai I
to stress the assignment has
shown that the Un t< >i Nations can
|j helpful t" meml tr
in their i-li t" reestab-
lish o nd maintain p
by imposing it~ will.
i\ bringing out whet i- com-
: iund i ement to the
a conflict and erystalliz-
i in a way which gives the
n merits a firm point In un
which thrv can move forward "
frfcn to memhors of the
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May 15, through sundown Thursday, May 17.
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Fridav
May
M"e Loin, C0n:pl wM
____i.w^tST
rifi^uncii. Mr, HaBimarj-k-1
wSPureeteir *t the airY>ori by ,
Dr Jacob Robinson, member of the
Israeli delegation at the United
Nations, an well as by representa-
tives >i Syria and Egypt He left
the airport lor UN headquarters
where it was announced that he
would begin conferring with mem
of the Security Council and
the "interested parties" meaning
Israel and the Arab delegations
ice.
James .]. WadSWOrth, deputy
man oi the United States del-
. I the United Nations. uJd
that Mr Hammarskjold was not ex-
rform miracles on his
; his successful nego-
- .in testify both to his own
; per isten< e, and to the
,".'i o| t h<
: ractical step, to relieve
r stateatents were
1 the representatives oi
t the 1
Official Says Pledges Must be Practiced
Continued fiom Page 1 A
t::in thn it ol which v i-e-fire from
all ;. ernments concerned, Israel and the poor Arab states ina-
torj to the armi I nts But tins i | leries ol agreements on
paper and In word oi mouth How iirm fcBMa* ftgreeOM nts arc depend
Ml Israel's nei'-'hl
Mr Hammarskjold has made a considerable accomplishment. But
the same dangers that existed before his mission exist today, ritimate
optimism depends on how the agreements arc translated into action on
Israel's berderi Wrl have greal admiration for Mr. Hammarskjold. He
left those wh ence "table urrprefc&tu w.th his great diplomatic skill, his tenacity, his
Israel has been, right afiTnfi. less tense, than must people around the
t'nited Nations realize. Mr. Kidron added "In our country." he stated,
"life goes on. We are working, building, doing what we can."
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A COD) ol the joint proposals
filed by Mr Bregman with the
Senate committee, asked lor an ex-
tension of the Refugee Kclief Act;
s redefinition of the terms, "relu-1
gees, eseapees," and "expellei
extension ot the BBA program be-!
yond NATO countries, expediting
ecurltj and other investigatii
provisions for waiving the reqnire-
inent of a certificate of re-edmia
ion; prow-ion to include under
tin- Act some eaeapees who fled
iron curtain countries after De-
w'WW^V
comber 31. 1956^Jncrease of or-
phans age limirMfrom 10 to 141
years and siblings to 18; considera '
tion for "hard core" cases: cancel- j
lation of quotas mortgaged under
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Volume 30
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Friday. May 11. 1956
Number IS
A National Personnel Crisis
"Meeting the Personnel Crisis in Our Jewish
Schools" will be the theme of a regional con-
ference slated for Miami next weekend. Com-
ing here will be outstanding educators and
delegates from communities in Florida, Geor-
gia, Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama.
Conference will be keynoted with an address
by Dr. Judah Pilch, executive director of the
American Association for Jewish Education.
Workshops on various chases of tW^3araon-
r.el crfcsjt arA scheduled for the conference
designated to alert the American Jewish com-
munity to present dangers involved in a de-
pleted corps of teachers and other professionals
in the Jewish education field.
It is clear that Jewish youth across our nation
today must look to the religious school as the
essential center of their training in Judaism. The
religious school, whether it functions daily in
1 afternoon or on a Sunday basisor, indeed,
ether its curriculum is embodied in a paro-
al school organization needs a well-quali-
fied body of personnel constantly on hand horn
which to draw men and women for its faculty
I executives.
Fact is that, as in the case of the secular
teaching profession, our Jewish religious
schools do not suffer horn lack of need for their
services but from lack of guarantees to teachers
that they will be fairly and properly rewarded.
A major problem for the conference in Miami
will therefore be to determine means of attract-
inq teachers to train for employment in Jewish
schools.
Whether the possibilities will involve such
inducements as waqe adjustments or retire-
ment plans, educators at the conference here
will also have to determine means of drawinq
lay community leaders into their discussions in
order to apprise them of the essential difficul-
ty and to seek their views on the personnel
ail
For the fact is that the American Jewish com-
.ity has been expanding rapidly- and. with
this phenomenon, has come the expansion of
its jeligious school needs. Only the combined
efforts o? educators end laymen alike can solve
c crisis that threatens to undermine the instruc-
i of our vouth. For it is principally the con-
tribution of lay community leaders that will en-
couraqe our educators to meet the challenge
with the firm knowledge that they are neces-
sary to the continuation of Jewish tradition.
The Shavuoth Observance
SHAVUOTH MOODS IN ISRAEL
Jews throuohout the world will celebrate the
Shavuoth holidav beainninq on sundown Tues-
day evenina. Traditionally, this observance,
as ordained bv ancient law, was desianeH to
give iTS,a ,he onpor,uny ol epre8!.he l&ZZSi IZffZSZZ?* t
c,a,ud. ,ct ,he fa, M, o. ** sp,ig ha, aching abou.te^CC
What Has Been Achieved?
UN secretary general Dag Hammarskjold is
back from his tour through the Near East. Mr.
Hammarskjold's return coincides with an an-
nouncement made this week by the Council
of Foreign Ministers of North Atlantic Treaty
Organization members who have been meet-
ing in Paris -among other things to discuss
the Israel-Arab question.
To begin with, Mr. Hammarskjold's tour is
being viewed by the West as a successful
effort on the part of the UN to bring peace to
the trouble spot. In the wake of this attitude.
NATO countries led principally by Big Three
policy, indicated in their Paris announcement
that it is up to the United Nations to silence the
guns in the Near East.
But Mr. Hammarskjold himself has been in-
finitely more cautious in appraising the value
of his trip. In light of this appraisal, as well as
in light of cool examination of what has been
accomplished, the Big Three position seems all
out of proportion to the reality of the situation.
This, coupled with the U.S.-British French in-
spued announcement in Paris, adds up to the
fact that the Near East crisis remains as sharp
as it did before the UN authorized Mr. Hammar-
skjold to make his peace tour.
For one thing, the secretary general merely
succeeded in achieving tacit Arab acceptance
of some of the basic agreements set forth in the
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CEEMS SOME of our local orthodox rabbi,
* hand I don't quite know what's seiM ,,. '* ^
ently riding high on a selfengineere ,them- but, '
don't care to fall in among the HffiJgJ* ***
tduTbe.iiff.thCre ,S b^-nlS^gj
But it seems to me that Jews ahm- .
restraint when it comes to such matters Ttv7P'e' Ao*.
the victims of religious tealots. Nonetheless iLS.ha*e hi*3
rabbis don't feel that way. For inexplica 2 rl of 0u' flf
y entering into the habit of iuuing d^^^Sl
aking increasing delight in employing thr h .""NiJ
lary of the ancient church fathers absurd' nau*
On my desk is a "decree" of one Rrarh
proclaimed a "ban for any Torah traditional S^ "**
' in membership In religious organizations K*Hi
The word, "ban," recalls to mind the ancient nan7,,0B*'
conjures up in my mind the fulmination of Tl enc
as John "the Golden Mouth." ardent 5^"* "fl
This particular edict warns Jews h,T, lln h Sntthfl
so-called liberal and conservative movements'" Sll "?
movements "to stop the deformation of the Torah ^a
FREEDOM OF HUMAN CONSCIENCE STILi a OB.
| HAVE been laboring under the imPr^,,,? tK*
Deism and Humanism-and all the other J he ""
enlightenment-had long since eiblTshea (he 2^
of conscience principle. It was my impre, ,n lh!f '^^
prejudices to which they are heir have h n Xl"?' *
not for want in the principle bu, for thc.r faTure to 2^5
. iiad;" r'ibc,ieved ,hat ,hc -eS5sa
est boon to the delivery of Jews in their exile VorTft
Of the Renaissance set about patiently t-^hin^the ^
of doctrines of infallibility and urged the u ,,f 1 ^^
the mythos of Christian dogma. f nim ln *
Now. several hundred years after the initial and tfcJ
radical expression ofjuch views, we still find ourveln!J
hatred. That Germany was able to destroy m %**
hearing even a minor amount of complamt from hcrfhro?.!
attests to the vague success human enlightenment has S
Nonetheless, and perhaps paradoxically, it is i the *i
"vague success" that we. as Jews, now bask and fiour.sh
But as the rest of the world seem, to be mving"fortli
apparently moving backward. A news report from Haifa SI
is a case in point. Twenty-eight persons, including 22 poliw
wounded there in a clash between police and 1.500 demon*
protested against the fact that an industr.al exhibit. T
.Saturday.
vest.
Later, Shavuoth became identified with the
handing down of the Ten Commandments to
Moses on Mt. Sinai.
With the Jews but recently out of Eayptian
slavery and wanderina in the desert, the Ten
_ --* ...... '" ",c ""Mm, ine ten ~----- "i^uiou mar ine signatory powers
Commandments gave them a spiritual purpose \ ,he 195 Tripartite Declaration in which th-
that fartifipH ihoir r,Ka;,-,,l ,..~:_____ .i_. __ United Si/-,oo r>____. w'"<-n ine
2LJjJT S^1 again8t laaeh dipping.
Nor chd Mr. Hammarskjold come even close
to achieving Arab recognition of Israel's na-
tional integrity.
For another thing, the joint Big Three Paris
fSTT! tfSESM? *P"*Y. Powers
that fortified their nhvsical yearning for the re
turn to their homeland.
Thus gratitude and moral values are the
hallmark of the Shavuoth ohu?rvonc todav.
But more, Shavuoth serves to identifv the desti-
nv of man on earth with the ethical preceots
of h;s MaW. In this case, Tews on the occasion
of Shavuoth indicate that their "self-d^rmina-
t'en" is os much a product of their faith as of
their endeavor.
As in all Jewish holidavs, Shavuoth rises
c'-ove the annom, practical considerations in
h H found its origins and aspires toward
fixation with higher, moral concepts.
In our t:me fhe r-aricultnrol meoninafulne^^
ol Shavoth will b* expressed on the farms and
in the vineyards of Israel as this meaninafy;-
r*s* v/as not exnres^ed during the many aen-
eration! of Tewish exile. But for Jews every-
where the observance will serve aaain to indi-
cate their moral achievement their obeisance
to spiritual order.
United States. Great Britain and France undeV-
took to guarantee the borders of Israel asTet
orth by the .949 armistice agreements/are Z
arjrdia,ing ,he,r part in hon- 2
t Whi.1? ihr\ P?lia 8,a,emen also said that the
SrcTifThe 7a,,i0n WiU be "nsiderS i^
Near irlS? S '" ^ P8006 mission > he
hSd tnin **?? ,0 mQke ,he Arabs
to terms '^ '" their refuSal to co
Proof of this fact is that news dispatches from
1J? EaSt ,0d?Y indiCO,e ,he Arab leadeT-
shps disapproval of Col. Nasser's pledge, to
Mr. Hammarskjold-disapprova! which is in
creasingly being expressed in stepped up bor-
der operations against Israel P
,hp irg,eVev,heJe<;re,arv 9neral', report to
tJ,K YTKrk- U becmes *ncreaSnglJ
clear that the Big Three, principally, must foraii
the way toward peace. ShirWi L.J*?
JUDAISM WITHOUT A RELIGIOUS HIERARCHY
|^OR IS this report unique. Others abound, in which a h
rabid position is increasingly taken by the orthodoxy.
recalcitrance in the religion of others, which for generations i
the Jews, is now the instrument of some leader;, in orthodox,
brandish against their own people.
I do not mean here to appraise the worth of orthodoxy: i
mean to enter into comparative studies of orthodoxy. ..
and liberalism. I intend simply to indicate that they are all
tions of Judaism and in no way parallel the vast schisms tin
divided Protestantism from traditional Catholicism.
When, in 1517, aroused by John Tetzels dispensation of i
dulgences. Martin Luther hung his ninety-five propositions onL
of Wittenberg's church, the young Doctor of Theology set rnttl
a vast system which challenged the foundation of Chnstianiti|
forth by St. Thomas Aquinas in "Summa Theologica."
Among other things, the Luther propositions quest,
hereditary nature of a religious hierarchy. Quite contranly. L
lishment of conservative, liberal and reform Judaism was ina|
to do no such thing; for Judaism is uniqueif not solely i
among the world's religions in that it has no hierarchy.
What orthodox Jews will argue here is that ancient Judaisaj
edly had a religious organization, replete with a central Ter
priest classeven though they will remain silent over the
many of our Prophets scorned them as true expressions of Jr
tual belieL They will also remain silent over the fact that -
doxy insists is traditional today stems not from the Judaism of I
Palestine but from the comparatively modern Jewish ghetto r
of Central and Eastern Europe.
sees
TH CHANGING SFWIT OF HUMANKIND
NONETHELESS, this particular Beach rabbi, in explainingl
" ing behind his "ban," remarks that "the differencesK"
Torah religion and the one preached and practiced by the
and reform are alarmingly dangerous because they may lead tot
nationism (his erroneous word) similar to the existing patWi
Christian churches."
What I rebel against here is high handed egoccntrism. --
odious is a kind of self-righteousness that seeks to turn bat"
threateningly imposing its views. What I find shocking BJ
bility that fails to reckon with mans essentially jorn^
naturethat seeks to establish a hierarchy at a time when
seeks increasingly to free itself from hierarchy in all thing*
This is no brief for one particular brand of JudsiM
to another. It is simply a request that one aggressive Draw
own house in order without worrying about it- nt'gn
ample, orthodoxy in Miami wants to be militant, its
bility as they
firmed strife.
uro
Shirking this responsi-
now doing will mean con-
... leaders c
against the shameful state of kashruth here-for which,
inciD
it has been principally responsible
It is in this type of progressive program.
jcws_not in reactionary
among others
doxy will earn the esteenTof
foreign to the Jewish spirit, ("onsen.-itiv.\ liberal """
have come to Jews in the same way that Luther s rToi ^
to Christiansas rationalization of spiritual doctrine
mankind's empirical achievement. -tore**"*
Protestantism was an essentially Renaissance i
rfl
IM dogma. Historically, the Jews were in no po.
participate in the Renaissancewere men ..R
benefits. Thai they were able to introduce their o ^
Into Judaism toward the end of the nineteenth cen ^^
"vague success" of bumi m a brief matter oi
to which I previously ajloded. jt mU For orthodoxy now to recapture its prior P"""*"^ ,0 loestf
i than send poorly-worded, tastele- press i'" ^ a c(
Papers It must recognize the changing need.- ot |nd a
world -even as ghetto Jewry recognized it. adapted
therefore, the greatest holocaust in Jewish history.


MaylU956_
Th0 Jewish Floridian:
Editorial on the stand
Em Goldmann, you have
IconfuM"" to arise in the
Lf your readers.
Itjjr from strange lands.
I am hoping that these words
may arouse some benevolent or-
predominantly biased toward the fi,nizf|tl01n l<) lok into the matter.
Republican administration with its greatly interested to
leader.. k"ow wh*ther something can be
President Eisenhower has no ''"ne a"d 'f so f 'ts ^V9n.
Liters to the Editor
Page 5 A
qualifications, other than he i .,
. statement was Poor amateur golfer and a smiling
\i -ith the World Zionist sophomore who spouts at regular
and not with the intervals meaningless and Indefi-
t-finnisl Organisation of nite generalities that are undoubt-
.nnlv one of eight Zion- ahly prepared for him by his adju-
6 ffho are part of the tants
js| or animation. The Enclosed is a doggerel that niv
W group- are Hadaseah, husband composed that represents
C ,' K.viMon bi- opinion of the present admin-
istration and its figurehead. You
. statement had are J .libcrlV > PUbllah this, or
in u-ith being "a de- use lt ,n anv waV you "M fit. I
v a. tic designed to "ope you get a chuckle out of it.
0l,,S I tl e frSnta- MRS. J. CHARLES 8TERNRBRG
tff not tie ZOA. Dr. [* ** ***- -oes
jesire to strengthen "' ** **"*> "ifors.;
EpbJsI Organisation is shar-
bny American Zionist lead-
SAMUEI, I). KLEIN
,s not the first time that
has been confused with
lies. Several months ago
Mindlin in his column
Ion the American Zionist
and nfirred to it as if
(the ZOA Here again, the
only one of the parties
nted on the American Zi-
ncil.
Reviews"' are of an excel-
llibre. I regret review of
at are not of a Jewish con-
|nce yours is an Anglo-Jew-
Mication. appearing weekly,
|e that your readers should
ed of books which direct-
[Judaism and all its facets.
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
I was one of the unfortunates
who had gone to Miami Beach for r>. Markug Rein fessor of
a three-week vacation and fell ill r;vii -,;mj H''a" "
and confined to St. Francis Hospi. Z 1^2 V ^ ^
tal for 17 days l,he rheological laboratory at
While I was there I was very Techmon-Israel I n s tit u t e of
much annoyed by the thought that' vhnology: h?" been awarded
the hospital patients and the doc-
tors are composed of a great per-
the coveted Weizmann Prize
for 1956 offered by the Munici-
centage of Jews, and yet there j Polity of Tel Aviv, it has been
announced by David Rose,
president of the American
Technion Society. The award
was made on the basis of Prof.
Reiner's activity in the field of
rheology.
isn't an individual or a designate
by some of our well-meaning or-
ganizations who ever thinks of
visiting the Jewish patients and
utter a few words of comfort.
I spoke to Jewish patients in the
hospital who came from the four
corners of the world for medica-
Authors to be Inscribed
Bialik Branch of Farband, Poale
tion, surgery and check-ups. They
r even "the """V" Y"* ^artened, know- zjon and pjoneer Women c,ubs ,
review on the "Moral De-|,n,that .M,,ami *K? s" obv'- and 2 will hold a joint Shavuoth
can best be left for the "^ ornon-Jeu.sh publications. no one thmks /,a v,s'tinS Rabb'jthe Di Lido hotel. Dr. Alexander
lorable that books of Jew- or ny representative from an or- Mukdonj Jacob Lewinsky and I.
'ganization making an occasionalN_ ^^ noted authors wjll be
visit to see at least some of the inscribed in the Golden Book of
suffering and lonely Jews particu- the Jewish National Fund.
Kent have poor sales.
| the Jewish Publication So-
as a membership of less
1 believe it is your
to spur the sales and
jot public,.turns that should
the attention of the Am
"the People ef the
SEYMOIH B. LIEBMAN
[The Jewish Floridian:
(Uieme of Mr. Leo Mindlin's
i artu-li has been noted by
minded thinkers. There
|que-tion that the press is
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Adele Gordon
ON MOTHER'S DAY MAY 13. 1956 ^i
MAMENU MAMENU
Deep In my heart there's a place that's reserved
For someone I hold dear and true.
Whoee love and affection is so well deserved
My wonderful Mamelenu.
I remember from childhqod your protection and care
The devotion and love in your eyes.
As you followed my steps that led to nowhere.
And sang to me sweet lullabies.
I remember the times lhat you came lo my bed
And you covered and kissed me goodnight.
Those beautiful memories now just run thru my head
And recall scenes of childhood delight.
I remember each Sabbath, the candles you 111
As we stood by and heard the prayers said.
The chalehs you baked, and the cookies with it
And the pleasure that we all displayed.
And all thru my boyhood you helped me to grow
As only a mother can do.
With kindness and wisdom the love you did show
To all of us, Mamelenu.
Tho I speak for myself, this same story is true
For my brothers and sisters we re seven.
And we all shared this love horn a mother true blue
And from our father now sleeping in heaven.
And now tho we've grown, and live all apart
Sweet memories still keep us together.
And the love you implanted so deep in my heart
Will warm me no matter the weather.
So I now ope my heart to sing of your praise.
And express my devotion to you.
And pray God will ^J? beaUbiul ^
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ZJarirtrhUdUan
Jacob Arvey, the Man-His Rise from a Chicago Immigrant Home
Page 7 A
bisk Herieinn '*' *' "* in seriet
(,. Mob A"**/ *< Demecrnfic rfy fender on- rfij
J *' '" *-"* Uw,t,, "pi T* writi was bosea
E iii.ri.w wilfc fiH. Are o kit Miami Ic.ch Wll,,tr omt
.rp poR some informa-
Col. Jacob Arvey will
I (ha, Gov. Stevenson first
I hjs notice as a result of
Stevenson delivered
[Palestine Question" be-
L'nited Nations General
when the peoples of
pd were arguing the mat-
(rtjtion and when Steven-
a member of the US.
ion.
miual friend asked me if
to go to New York to
addre*-. but I had no
he nplains. "A copy of
mi sent to me subse-
I ms so impressed by
tenson's integrity, sincor-
wealth of information
was determined to meet
|lrvey and Stevenson were
ed later in Chicago at a
arranged for the three
by the mutual friend
(arovitz. who was then a
fcnator. "I must confess,"
fj observes today with
of humor, "that he
me deranged when I
radmitted that I had nev-
of Stevenson."
BpresMon was immediate;
vey in 1948 actively sup-
I Stevenson for the gov-
up. At the same time, he
at in favor of Paul Doug-
U.S. Senator from Illinois,
an won.
> <
ONLY last week, Presi-
Itial hopeful Stevenson
relatively silent on the
ab controversy in the
"Many of my friends
essed dorp concern ov-
| fact that 1 continued to
Gov. Stevenson in the
this silence.
r could I not?" Col. Arvey
"Thi> man is of such
egrity that he has refused
i himself to demagoguery.
(asked him time and again
matter, and in each
eStevenxm replied that the
: situation is too delicate
for purposeless talk."
|i> needed i>, action, not
Ik, Stevenson would say.
.Arvey. view, Gov. Stev-
'is no partisan. I am," he
"ghtly My impatience
illhovni for that reason,
i.Steven-..!,, until the last
continued to hope that
^blem would be a genuine
n one where he
^ nave to drag the fate
I into our political arena."
Col. Arvey feels justi-
O I'holograph by Leo Miri.llii,
COt. JACOB ARVEY
th* Jewish failure
fied for two reasons. One of
them is Rabbi Jacob Weinstein,
of Chicago, "a truly fine spiritual
leader and a personal advisor to
Gov. Stevenson," Arvey explains,
"who has never wavered in his
feeling that Stevenson is aware
of Israel's plight." The rabbi's
feeling, according to Col. Arvey,
has been borne out.
Despite Stevenson's constant
fear that Britain's Sir Anthony
Eden, a traditional defender of
U.S. foreign policy, would charge
"'' with descending to the low-
est level of politics' if he entered
the Israel-Arab lists, the Illinois
campaigner came out last week
"th his first sharp attack on
American foreign policy abroad,
this, of course, is the second rea-
son.
Col. Arvey's reaction? "I be-
Ueve Gov. Stevenson is one of
the great men of our time."

jf^ND SO, speaking of Israel to-
day, this physically small
man of giant intellectual and
moral stature mirrored in a de-
termined jaw. ponders slowly
not hesitantly talks carefully
Md with great thought as he
looks ..in across the green waters
of Biscayne Bay flowing beyond
the windows of his home.
By the Fall of 1924, he had
become a Democratic party floor
leader and has been close to ev-
ery Democratic mayor of Chicago
ev since. He continues to be
concerned with city council prob-
lems to this day.
In the face of his political
achievement which for him is
ancient and unnecessary history
rehashedCol. Arvey says flatly,
again looking restlessly across
the green bay past his windows.
"I am worried." Frequent long-
distance telephone calls inter-
rupt his musing. There is talk
of Dulles and Kden. the President
and Adlai Stevensonbut none
for the record. (Many publishers,
many top magazines, many col-
umnists and photographers have
been turned down.)
But his major worry lies in
individual Jews, themselves, their
failure to rise to the moment.
This is of greater significance to
him than the actions of men in
politics, whose shifting attitudes
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Architect's view oi new Beth Emeth Congre-
gation, which is scheduled to be completed
by the High Holy Days.
Beth Emeth Growth in Two Years Now Views Permanent Site
After only two borl years. Both Emrth Congrr-nn-
tion stands ori the brink of maturity The young
Jewish group has acquired it>. own land and i^ ND*
barking on a fund raising drive to huild a permanent
synagogue.
Beth Emeth Congregation now boasts a member
ship of over 80 families. The congregation had its
beginning in March. 1954. when a handful of young
families in a new housing development met to organ-
ize a religious center for themselves and their chil-
dren. They temporarily met in the City of North
Miami's Sunkist Center.
With the coming of the High Holy Days in the
fall of that year. the> decided they needed a larger
and more permanent home and were able to rent
the corner store for which they became known They
were able to subsist through all this time with no
outside financial help and with a membership of
modest income families
In January. 1955. Beth Kmeth Congregation, whose
quarters now arc at 12201 N\V 7th ave received its
(irst Torah as a gift from Mrs. Lottie Feldman. of
Detroit. Mich.
In addition to weekly and holiday services, the
congregation has organized a Sunday school, pre-
tienage and teenage groups, a Sisterhood and Men's
club.
The congregation recently purchased an acre of
land at N\V 2nd ave. between 122nd and 123rd
sts. It is the hope and dream of this young congre-
gation to have a building ready for the High Holy
Days of this year.
Officers of the organization are Alvin S. Cawn,
president; Herbert T. Buchwald. first vice president;
Albert Rieder. second vice president; Mrs. Alan
Kramer, recording secretary; Mrs. Saul Reiter, fi-
nancial secretary; Howard J. Richman. correspond-
ing secretary; and Robert Shapnick, treasurer.
Board of directors include Sam Avins, P. Robert
Breitbart. Stanley Clatter, Harvey Klamkin and Sy
Silverman.
Mrs. Klamkin is Sisterhood president, and presi-
dent of the Men's club is Stanley Rosenstrauch.
Lions Club Names Shochet President || To JM., Min,..
Fred K.Shochet has been elected treasurer; Ed Brown, comaponcML
president of the Lions club of Lit- ing secretary; crant Wood, tail ? Visit our showroom and
tie River at a meeting hire twister; and Harry Hammock Lion t rl;,^i t 19<;J C W ak Q
Shochet is editor and publisher of tamer ^ display at 3253 S.W. 8th St.
The Jewish Flondian. Directors include (". fWoodville. ? anc* see the finest in
other officers named to -erve Kr,v (;,rls"n- Al Lzto and Harvey j memorial style and design
at the meeting are James Nelson, ',"-l'"M"1 .J built and installed by skilled
first vice president; Jimnu Bin, Installation of officers was craftsmen.
second vice president; Louis I'enzi Thur>da> evening. Ma.\ 3, at Italian
third vkc president. Karl Creen GardetlB.
well, secretary; Marvin Haven. I.ions club of Little River cur-
rently leads the area with a 100
percent record attandance for the
preceding two \ ears and is one of
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three clubs vying tor first place in i*
the district.
Oxford School of Miami Beach Lions Florida State convention |
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who have been listed on the attended bv Shochet, Nelson, Wood I
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lTH ,SRAEL. 7801 C.rlyl.
"ux. R.bbi Isaoc Bv.r.
"* 10 a.m.
s ,n. man ""'
M 11..1. Bhavuoth
i ,, 1 30 a.m.
BT'Tl rn.ln.entx
|-rn' | Sourer of
;J >'';: .... with i
l*'-. a in. Srnv.ii:
EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
* *
IDAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
itive. Rabbi Raakov Roson-
-tor W""iam W. Lipson.
_, <...,.. "Judaism
LkJr h ,l"""1' "f 1'""h
r"r, ,,r sinmun.i
liar Mttsvah:
Mi i:.-ul>n
p.m
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ft riii..n:
1
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[Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
tor Louis Gartanhavt.
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EMETH. 12201 NW 17th
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FLAGLIR- GRANADA.
1 Rha roll,
1
CANDUUGHTING TIME
Sivan 1 6:40 p.m.
so nw i uft-KWt ft. SI &
51st pi. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Lao
Halm.
I-YMay :nn p.m. Haturda) I 1
H.nn..1. "Do U M,,, |, ,
Alao L'herlah Our M..II,. -, '

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Grots.
IVIday linn p.m Saturday 9 a in
Bermon: \\ .-.-kl> Portion
*
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conaarvativa. Rab-
bi Boris Raclcovsky.
8:15 p in Bei mon: ".\ i
A'i.itnic Machine." Saturda. ., .,,
Bhavuoth Tn.- n.
lay i.n.l Tlmi .-.I.,, 9 .- n Vlzkoi
Thuraday ia-.S0 a.m.
HOMESTEAD CENTER. ,83 NE dUTSJI "II?"0.^ ,4144
8th St., Hom.st.ad. Conservative. Kr^nish Cantl c. ??', L*0n
Mrri. ft.,., ;,:.... Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
vision station here has been voted
the Council's "Public Interest
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The noncompctitive award is
marie annually to public informa-
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to safety. WTVJ is the only TV
station in Florida to receive the
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Html mWriU Portl<"" Bai Mltsvah:
?, ''"" "''"' Mr. .i;,.|,.
Bhavuoth Tueadaj I 10 ,. n,
.'I '" I The
!0< Hlnal Thurad
yii
k,,: mi follow*!
* *
Morris G.rti officiates.
Friday I p.m.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monro. St., Hollywood. Con-
aarvativa. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
1 r,l;'v. ." '" ......on: \ Family
inai rays r ii Bar M ii
' "'.....f Mr mi.I Mn I' a Ion
- n ol Mi
I p.m. u |-,
Milxvah; I:., \|,
""' C own. Yixkor follows
*.
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.tiv. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor ^1* C......." C"H----------------------------------------------------------
Yehudah Heilbraun.
l-'ii-lav s :|0 p m S. rinmi' "The "
-il.lliile* of a I B Mlta-
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Max Htoane Raturdaj i rmon:
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ATTENTION
1701 owNERS of gift shops, dress shops,
,/ul | sundries, etc. Beautiful unusual $20
Washington ave. Conservative, earring stand of lucite plus 50 pairs
RaKKi Iruinn I .1,,-,. r.___ofi handmade earrings retailing at $1.
Kaaoi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Phil- Total value $45. Sale price only $30
TEMPLE EMANU-EL.
_. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
,$RAEL.4000Pr.ir...v..'24thttr Cenrvafive R,bbi Mor-
Louts Rott- on ^,^,1, cantor Samuel
S.lkow.
I :i> a.m.
nl Ti'.' ill."
Wednes-
Mlni'li.M for
s.-i mon:
^ Iskor mem-
JACOB. 301-311 Washing
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
tantor Maurice Mamches.
rrtay s;3fl a.m.
i-.ni Ci.li-
. nir Mar V'-
Mi .inI Mrs. Wll-
kr. Ii.ii U I in : LsUTJ .
|r. an.l Mi- Mlrhaal Kaltm.m
to I p.m.
-ir "Which
}iidalni .f SlnaJOrthodox,
in?" Thiirml\
Tizk......"i ii.l 11 a.m.
'Tht rm.iiiUtrlaaj Me-
RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
tiedox. Rabbi Ari. Becker.
I I day i:Si) a.m.
"Oar Mothei Tuei-
ffadl 10 .i in. Her-
Th Hlal iy i.f Mf "
Ufa n Sfi mon: "DaMh
Inh." fixkr ii.ii.i.ilal 10:30
ITFILAH. 935 Euclid av..
ki. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
F'" P day *-3n a.m.
* Bmthfi Kljjht or
I Sermon
rc*din m iv ha: "There
i konlnc." FJar-
"RentaJa and
^L GABLES CENTER. 320
i art, I iberal. Rabbi Morris
Pntor Irving Robinson.
I- "i.....n: I'annt-lam
v ;" S-*';|"I-V :5 a.m.
' r. .ii f Mr. and
>n* i;i,r
i hi Kati a.m.
m : "W< ekl) Prri

p Brummer.
I in I 11:30 |. m. s. rmon: "(nir
Haturda) 9
"Mothei i... 3| i uoth
m vV'edi ..i i
.i ... Flskor memorial
.. Ml.
*
delivered. Ph. 84-4806.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
avo. Conservative.
Caplan. Cantor Abraham Seif.
l-'riiiay 1:11 p.m Haturda! y "" a.m.
lermM "A Civilisation In the Wii-
derneaa." Sbavuoth Tui I p.m
W.'iln.*-'!.i 10 .. 'm S"iMi..ii "Sinii
iii.i the i-i Thurdai I Ifl
"How Modern Ii the Torah?" Vixki.i
raemorial i" a.m.
* *
LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Andrews ave., Ft. Lauder-
dale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot. S. ROSS CO.
Rabbi Jonah cn,or Jeb Bornstein.
I'. lda| B:1S p.m Bermon: "i"',
Tumi in Mother's Day and Father's
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st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
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Iaj 6 SO and SO p m >'
"Tile Importance ol t'nlted Syna-
gogue." Baturdaj I a.m.

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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
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! Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert; Guaranteed new material. SLEEPRJTE
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. Glanti. BEDDING MFG. CO. Phone TU 7-1563. i
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.: PWda)8:10 v'" ^'"^ "M-^'-
_ and Children Baturday 9 a.m. s.-i-
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. mon: "Preparing for Revelation."
Bhavuoth Tueaday 6t"i p.m. Wednes-
day ;i 1 in Bermon "The TorahOur
Honl Precious Heritage." Thurada' I
in. Bermon: "The Great Inherit-
ance." Vlskor memorial i a.m.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Bermon: "A Tribute
(.. our Mother*." Queal partlclpa
Jeanne 1 ; inoff, 1 "i- M Im in, V
Blonder. Can.I Alaon, Elaine Simon
an.l l'lnlN Cohn Bhavuoth Tui
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Ylskor in. in". ..ii 10 a in
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101 Abraham Cassel.
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
1 rtdaj i>.'!" p '" Hktui daj s '(| 1 m
s.-1-111..11 "Motherhood I- Bulwark.
Sh.iMn.ih Tii.-.s.la. 6 10 p it] VVednea-
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Friday l:!S P m. Guest speaker: Te.-n-
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BORES SMOLAR
Moscow's Dramatic Offer Falls to Receive Washington Nod
Moscow's dramatic offer to
help settle the Arab-Israel con-
flict has not been received with
open arms in Washington because
of the undertones of the offer It
baa a lot of fine-sounding phrase-.
nit it also Include! number of
hidden landmines The MOSCOW
statement implies that the Soviet
Government wants the Tripartite
Declaration of 1950 scrapped.
This declaration, made jointly hy
the United States, Britain and
France, obligates the Big, Three
to take steps "within and with-
nit" the United Nations to pre-
en! war between the Arab conn-
tries and Israel.
Althoueh President Eisenhow-
er, in his last statement on the
\rab Israel issue, appeared to put
he "without" clause in moth-
Kills, the United States i- not
e.idy to tear up the Tripartite
Declaration it is downgrading
.t in an attempt to get action
through mediation by IN Secre
tary General Dag Hemmawakjold,
but it is not willing to renounce
it altogether. Besides, England
and France-the other partner!
in the Declarationare pressur-
ing Washington to stand by i'
Washington also dislikei the por-
tion of the Soviet statement de-
nouncing the Baghdad Pact which
links Britain with four Moslem
countries into a defensive tier
against possible Soviet invasion
of the Middle Fast
Al'houeh the United States is
not linked to this pact Washing-
ton supports it morally and with
arms To kill the Baghdad Fact,
the Soviet! it ll suspected
mght suggest that the United Na-
tions put an embargo on ship-
ment which would cover not only Israel
and it- Arab nciiihlxirs. hut also
all member- 0) the Baghdad
Fact Such a suggestion would he
acceptable neither to Britain nor
to Washington Thus, the feeling
in Washington today is that the
western Powers will have to watt
and sec how far the Soviet t'nion
will go in helping or vetoing a
re.i-onable plan on the Arab-
Israel issue within the United
Viimns.
In I N circles the Soviet otter
to participate in a solution of the
A; ab Israel problem is similarly
taken with a lot of reservations.
I nited Nations experts believe
that the real test of Soviet de-
not come before No
Frido
ON THE
(Bo
n t.~.
AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK
J?*. Vol0mt 57
Editor; Jacob Shmn. Associate Editor' iLT? ?' *
Jewish Committee; Philadelphia: Th. wJ : *
of America. 664 pp. J$MT....."" "*,%h pbli
By HILARY MINDLIN
L.ilJIA.'!?Jl:h_e.^!Amp.ric- ^iah Year *
*
MELTON FtUEDMAN
Grand Mufti New Jordanian Leader?
II. ii Amin el I'ii--eini. the
notorious ("rand Mufti" ol Jei u-
talem who support) d Hitler, maj.
i- head oi the state
n through ]'...> ptian in-
tl IL'tle-
Diplomatic obeserveri witched
a- Egyptian Premier Nasser, aid
il b) Saudi Arabian oil dollars.
intrigued to overthrow remaining
British influence m
Ian li Nasser fails to control
Ian, a COUP d'etat might I"1
i he Mutti is read) to serve
-er and himself
Nazi German] i<>i i Knb
the Mufti used the
an. "In Heaven Allah, on
earth Hitler." His career of ter-
rorism began in 1920 when he
ime leader of a group organ-
ized to murder Zionist settlers.
He was tailed by the British but
1. ironically enough, by a
lew. Sir Heri>ert Samuel, first
British High Commissioner of
Palestine.
It was Lord Samuel who desig-
nated Amin as "('.rand Mufti" and
pei haps even originated the title.
\- British-appointed Moslem rei-
igioui leader the Mufti not only
resumed anti Zionist agitation
but turned against his benefac-
tora, He built an anti-British ter-
rorist organisation. Palestinian
!>s consider him the spiritual
godfather ot the present Egyp-
tian "fedayeen" suicide iquadi
The Mufti was the evil genius
of the Palestine strife of the
1930- In 1941 he helped engi-
r the pro Nazi revolt in Iraq.
F-caping to Berlin, he became
.WaU WOIJE _
Goebbels' chief Middle East
propagandist He urg d Himmler
to speed up the gassing oi Euro-
pean Jewry He recruited Moe>
lem- for the Na.'i ss corps When
the war ended he craftily evaded
trial as | war criminal
After the Palestine war. King
Abdullah of Jordan mi t ed a-
the Arab statesman most likely to
make peace with Israel. The Mui
ti participated in intrigue that
culminated in Abdullah's assas-
sination. In 1951 the Mufti's
cousin, V.i -a el HUSSelni, \\;i
condemned to death by Jordan
for the murder of Abdullah
Todaj Naaaer works closely
With the MuftL Tin- cooperation
wai demonstrated at the Bandung
Conference where the Mufti help-
ed Nasser advance Arab links
with Communism.
The Mufti rides the coattails of
Naaaer*! pursuit of a fantastic
goal. That goal is Egyptian dom-
ination of the entire Moslem
world and the African continent.
Nasser has unleashed intrigue
and wild incitement in countries
all the way from the Atlantic to
the Indian Ocean and from the
Mediterranean to Lower Africa.
His instruments include not only
the Mufti but a swarm of similar
renegades, exiles and terrorists
lathered together in Cairo from
all parts of the Middle Fast and
North Africa Never before in
modern times has there been or
national M o n t r e u x convention
relating to the status of the Par
dene lies expires. Moscow may
then make an attempt to enter
the Middle Fast through the front
doorthrough access to the Med-
iterraneanrather than through
the back door as is the case now.
For nearly 300 years* ever since
the Russian empire reached the
northern shores of the Black Sea,
Itussia has been making efforts
to share in the control of the
Turkish strait-
All these years her efforts
came to naught and she remained
cut off from access to the Medi-
terranean. Had she been succtss>
ful in sharing these straits, she
would have been in a position to
control the whole of the Levant
and any route of trade and com-
munication leading from the
Mediterranean to India. The
straits question was raised hy the
Soviet Government at the Yalta
and POftdam conferences with
the Allies in 1945 and was
brought "P in 1946. after the war
was over. Moscow demanded that
tin- entire regime of the straits
be placed in the hands of Black
Sea powers
This would mean Soviet Russia.
Soviet t'kraine. Soviet-controlled
Rumian and Soviet controlled
Bulgaria, with Turkey as the only
country not controlled bv the
Kremlin. Washington d.d not
like Moscow's ambition in this di-
rection and started to extend the
Western defense lines to Turkey. I
With Moscow now considering it-
self a factor in the Middle East
which the Allies are beginning to
take seriouslythe Soviet efforts
to share control of the Turkish
straits are expected to be re-
newed.
signs mav not come Detore ino- *;..._,, ,., _LuiI ..... *.. ocm.sn rear Bonk -t
vembcr *At that time the inter- ^^^^r^^X^T^^
Jewry at home and abroad. From the casual facXf"
population statistics and Jewish distribution over ih! ,r
centrally oriented in his Jewishncss. the Yeaik\glo,*W
everybody Terribly impressive, as much for ranTe of "?-
^LSLSfSST^ the amount Of mformafon %**>
well-bound covers.
The book ia up-to-date as of October 1955 A ....
and one of the most valuable, is the review of the veir T*1
of particular importance to Jews. Thus there Is a stat/tl-
tion of the progress (or backsliding) in civil rights 231
and the climate of feeling about Jews, as ,hev are 12
governmental and individual action. A tour of other
regard to Jewish status and problems in each of them iS
central portion of the book. It is as fascinating to have thT
in a proximity which not only invites but demands corr.nmL
to note the number of incidents which not only never'nuk
papers, but were not found even in the Jewish area
A special section details the accomplishments of the 1
on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, for instance-1
of Germany, a discussion of "Nazis in Government" aalai
Crimes and Nazi Trials" is must reading for every Jew with tori
blood pressure. Of the $14,300 fine levied "on one of the nail
and skillful of the Nazi Jew-baiters. Gunter dAlquen," theWT
that "it was characteristic of the atmosphere in which saaj
trials took place that d'Alquen did not bother to appear udi
Berlin Denazification Court had no way of collecting the fined
where d'Alquen lived." Likewise, "In Bavaria, where million!
imposed by the denazification courts had never been paid 1
still outstanding, the tqtal amount collected in the second 1
1955 was $5,470," with many death sentence- imposed by the!
War Crimes Tribunal being commuted, reduced and cventi
morphosed into full acquittals. International^ polities l_
fellows as strange as any. and West Germain 1- now uur slly-]
portant for someone to remember that when one lies down1
snake, one should not steep.
A comprehensivewhich in this case means more than!
article on "Jewish Social Work in tin- t nited St.,-.
Herman I). Stein, traces the whole history ol Jewish social 1
its inception in Maimonides' precepts to the highly-deveh
of today, whose attendant problems Professor Stein propound
' hedging. Survey summaries of Jewish education in Cle
Savannah are advance reports of a national study now ii
David Bernstein's article on the Tercentenary should see
guidepost for future observances of Jewry.
A veritable gold mine is here for the digging. It is almost I
that the Year Book, which is essentially a reference voIil
have the fascination and readability of a good novel. Yet,]
year, this is the caliber the editors manage to retain.
BETH SiEROTY
Woman's Status in the Arab World is Advancing Stc
and widespread subversion
Court's Decision May Assist Spindell
An important decision of the
United States Supreme Court
may possibly open the way for a
re-examination of the case of
Louis Spindell. one of the all-
time great Jewish basketball
players.
The decision, handed down in
the case of Dr. Harry Schloch-
ower. who had been fired from
Brooklyn College, is be.ng stud-
ied to see how it bears on the case
of Spindell. Dr. Schlochower was
fired because he hed stood on the
Fifth Amendment when question-
ed by a Congressonal committee.
The Supreme Court ordered him
re-instated on the job and given
his back pay.
Lou Spindell. in a discussion
with the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, pointed out that his case
falls in the same category as the
Schlochower case. He was drop-
ped from his job as a teacher in
the New York School system aft-
er he had stood on the Fifth
Amendment before a Federal
committee.
Admittedly she is not yet the woman in the gray
flannel suit.
The ever-changing status of Israels Arab woman
......v.- ...... ...,,, utoi ,.. has captured the imagination of U.S. women's clubs.
ganized in the Middle East a | Throughout the nation questions have been put to
ramified network of such intense Israel attache Dvora Elon who has done much to
unveil the great strides made by her Arab sisters
since 1948. Eight years of life in a democratic state
are beginning to expose striking differences between
a former restricted existence and new opportunities
for a fuller, freer life.
In any discussion of women's role in society, it
may be agreed that the lot of most women has been
hard. Particularly peasant women, like the large
majority of Arab women in Mandatory Palestine
who worked like beasts of burden. And so long as
she remained illiterate, the peasant woman was
impervious to a different way of life.
When established. Israel felt that the Arab woman
was carrying too big a burden and the wrong kind
Spindell was on the Original
Celtics basketball team. At the
time of his hearing. The New
York Times reported that the
hearing room was crowded with
persons who cheered Spindell'*
statements opposing the move
against him and other teachers.
Spindell currently is teaching
"playground" at a private school.

Bernie "Red" Sarachek is cele-
brating his 20th year in basket-
ball. For the occasion, he was
honored at a testimonial dinner
in New York. Sarachek is the di-
rector of athletics and the basket-
of burden. She lacked the basic ne
opportunities. Hence Arab women in
been granted the vote on a local and niti
free educational privilege! from age ft*]
teen, occupational training, health asr"
dom from the polygamous marriage.
rights and privileges. Some women of WJ
East are struggling for these **:
unaware of their existence. Seven Ar
not allow women to vote.
Not having fought the usual fwiini*
Israel's Arab woman has not yet full)
swift social changes cast upon her im
ably so. But signs of a changing AW
being noticed now in Israel. This is
true among the daughters of Arab pew-l
in Israels compulsory education pro*-
Perhaps the most significant
change is evident in the schools.
DAYtD SCHWARTZ
Important
Its the season for getting married. Grace Kelly
has gotten married and Margaret Truman has also
gone under the "chupah."
..' *!? ? fLew Jewish namc8 Hsted "*>" those who
attended the wedding of Grace Kelly, out there are
no rabbis listed. There was one Talmudic rabbi-
ball coach at Yeshiva University,
and is credited with having turn-',
ed out some excellent Yeshiva! '". ""e S,'PS me *Ust ""wwho. if he were alive.
teams.
It was in 1926 that "Red" start-
ed playing high school basketball
He went on to play at New York
University, then became a coach
in the professional leagues.
has been a coach at Yeshiva forj
11 years.
would have been at the wedding.
This rabbi, according to the Talmud, would inter-
rupt the most solemn rabbinical discussions, to join
in the bridal processions of a poor girl. Of course
Grace is not a poor girl. But its a "Mitzvah" any-
He j Jewish concept. ^ "" amM' "^ to weTl!euSd~ fT?ions in ****of 0,d~in "*-
were less restricted, more communal than those of him.
today. They took place out in the I*
rabbi, as he studied, happened ""^n
window and saw a procession. A P ^
sion. we may imagine, reflects1 i
participants. The rabbi gj^jj fedj
girt ahould be a Grace Kelly, sa 1
princess on her wedding day. so Be
added dignity of his presence m
Aa we look at all the fuss "bout
Mis. Kelly, it would ^Vlndoi' *>
gone haywire. What bout Ind^ ,,
the triumph of democracy in ^j
parity for the farmer? And >^ ^
Talmud forsook all his s,ud'f^ wetidielj
serious problemsjust to join 1 ^ M
sion. and the entire tradition ot '-


11. 1956
IJfwlttJhzJrlfar,
Installation
Saturday
Find*' ,l,h- nnd
Kchaptrr willjolnUy
fir ne '' ccre'
Lor Han.- Saturday eve-
LLucfrn'' hotel.
Eficers arc Stanley Cd-
Ldwt: Harry s,'hwartz-
L|fCt Robert J. I.ewuon,
Unt: Frank Jaffe. vice
[ santonl Freed, eon**
Isfcretarv: Bernard T>-ll.
. Gorman I odin, record-
Ly and Edward S. Klein.
Jeretary. Joseph Rayvis
L president.
| bbin cident of Emma Lazarus
libers .ire the Mesdames
n. vice president; Hor-
i vice president; Philip
cording secretary; Flor-
i, corresponding secre-
jrice Seltzer, financial
nd treasure'r; Tena Katz,
jrian: Mollie Cohen, his-
hd Alfred Keich, coun-
foutgning president.
r Caidin will he installing
[or Sholem lodge. Mrs.
lolu will install Emma
ifficerv Chairman of the
ank Jaffe.
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
iann Picked
its' President
linued from Pag* 1 A
Herat party. The left-
up> arc opposed to admit-
Herut. and the Mapam has
I to quit th'' executive if
is admitted.
al committee of the Con-
tided to accept in principle
btte-n b) Dr. Goldmann
world Zionist movement
anized on a territorial
colonization committee
w demand of the relini-
i that reli ious education
eted in religious settle-
Idmann. winding-up the
bete, dwelt on the rela-
ieen Israel and world
Mtiall) between "Israel's
he street" and the Zionist
t Dr. Goldmann emphas-
Ihe Jews outside of Israel
|the main sources of Israel's
whether financially or
He predicted that Israel
inue to need this assist-
many years to come.
'ldmann urged that Zion-
kl be educated to strength-
Influence among Jews.
that the Zionist move-
Ithe United States had not
the proper place which it
id could have assumed in
of American Jewry.
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tile undersigned, deatrlng lo rnara
u-".M V'^".-"nll.'r "' "'tlii'.ns name of
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NOTICE is HBRBBT OIVEN thai
tin- nnd, reigned, deairing to nuiiHe in
business under th* fictitious name "f
ISLAND TOWER '.I'm: iMENT8 al
Harbor Islands, int.n.is to regis-
ter aaiii tour.,, with the Clerk < the
Circuit Court of Dade Count) Florida
<< I \.-T ,vss, -i vi i:s. ist-
a Florida Corn.
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1 Lincoln it,I
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NOTICE is HEREIN UIVEN thai
the ulldei signed, dealrinK to engage In
bueinea* unilrr the fli-tltloun name ..f
BAHTCHBHTER APARTMENTS, nl
K Raj Harboi Drive, Ha) llarboi
Island*, Intendi ti res tei al I
with the "I, k of tli< "I
Daile Connt%. Fl-.i ii.i
TIIK REX CORPORATION
i Florl < i Corp.
THBODl IRE R NKi.>. IN
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' in..... i
I*.23 i. l
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 24335
RE E8T \i r Ol
l.i:.N> KI'RZROK, H...-..I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Nl i'I'H'K I* herehi given ti I I
flU-,1 the final re|M>ii and petition f"t
i'iii.ii I om, harge .c > i the
. LBN \ k i 'RZRi 'K
Mid teal on ii". I pm da;
I will ii|i|il\ I., the Honorable Countv
Judge* "f l>'i,- I'ouniy. I'loiVl.i. f'.i
appi oval of aald i Inii epoi i and foi
final 'ii-. ha i ge ai \. i..i- of the
cxtato "f LENA Kl'RZROK, dereaaed
Tliix 4th (Im\ ..f Ua> 19 i
HARRY Kl'RZROK,
\,. utor of iIi-- -
LENA Kl'RZROK
MTERft, HEIM \ v ,v KAPI^N
Attorney! foi Bxecutor
- 11-18-XS I i_________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 35790-B
In I!,-: ESTATE I >l
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* md All PeVaonn Hav-
hni claim*, or l>emaml* Again i Si a
le:
You, .umI .i. h '.f you, are hi
notified and i null rt to pi ill
clarrn and demand! whiili you, oi
elthei of you, mi) i> i\.- agalnsl thi
i:\ \ iSHERi 'i V '!. '-'
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Judge of I lade i "o ml I .1 nd f' 1
In his offlei in Hie Coun'J
Com thouae in l la le int) I lo Ida
within elahl ralmdai month" from
tt. ,1,11, first publication here-
of a n I* to 1 ontaln
the legal
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Intemls to reglMter sai.I name uith
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
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Tltii'K MAKT at 1441 N VV Tlh Ave-
Mlanii. Intend! i" reglater ~..ii
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Horida
ROONEY TRl'CK SALB8, INC.
a Florida Corporation
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Attorney for applicant
i"- ilympla i:i 1 20-27 5 4-11
K aH.,E^C?UNTY JUDGES' COURT
J1 ntri?. FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 37732-B
In Re KSTATE 1 iP
W ILLIAM .-' OOLDEN, Dee*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' ''. Iltor* an,I All I'(
W Claima or 1......anda Agi
Said 1
"| 1 aach of you are hi
'"''.......' ; "I requli e,l ti 1 any
n 1 demanda which you, or
either of you. may ha. the
ol WILLIAM S. Oi >LDBN de-
'' I "" "f n.,,1,- Co inty, Flori.U,
lo id.- Honorable County Judgi
Unite County, ami file the same In
Hi, ir office* In the County Co 11 th
in n.i.i.. County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date nl
m hereof. Bald claim*
or demand! i" contain the legal ad-
drew ,,r the claimant and to be sworn
i as aforesaid, r,r
will be barred. See Section 713.16 of
the 1945 Probate Acl
Dated April i. A, I >.
ELIZABETH ;i >LI EN
i\ -.f the I..1st Wri
and Ti ita mem of wili.iam
s GOLDEN,
RICH m:i. 1. LEBEN
A11, alley I Hflx
4/20-27 5/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37753 A
1 R< ESTATE OF
BESSIE it ai th, Daeea
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditor! and All Persona
llavinK Claima or Demand! Against
Bald Batata:
You, and each of yon are hereby
notified and required to present any
claima and demands whii-h yon. or
either of you, may have against the
estai.- of BES8IB RAUCH, deceased
laie ,,r Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
flce! in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar month! from the data of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims or
demand! to contain the legal address
of the claimant n and presented as gforesald, or
will be barred s,- Section 711.11 of the
1941 Probate Act
Dated April 11. A. Ii '
OEOROE RAUCH
As Executor of the Estate of
BESSIE RAl'CH, Deci
0E< ROE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Executor
1 20-27 S 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" enga
undei th* fi' tltlous n ime o(
l"li: SEASONS BOOK AND 1
1IRD SHOP, .11 numb, r 714 i
In the City of Miami Beai h, Flo
Intendi to read
lerk of the 1 of I lade
County, Florida
hale,I at Miami B. ll h, Florida this
1st da) "i Mai. 19541
HALLEN ASSOCIATES, INC.
B) : David 11 all. n, P 1
'' H'RSHON A FINK
. ni oln Ri "i
\ii m 1 Beai i). 1 011 la
Atini: Applicant
i-ix-25__________________________
In Re EST \TK OF
SERA ARBl'SE, also known as
SARAH ARBl'SE, I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE" COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37774
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n <'t alltoi s ..ti.1 All Person Hav-
ing Claima 01 Demand! Against Said
Estate
You, and e.uh of you are hei 1 b)
notified mil required to present
, i 1 mi .lo.i ,1, mandi which you, or
either of you, may ha*?i against the
. of SERA ARBl'SE, Blo known
HA RAH ARBl'SE, dei 1 ased late
,,. Bade 1 lounl y, FI01 Ida, to the Hon-
orable Count) Judge! of Dade Countv,
,nd file the sam,. in theli office In
th,- County Courthouse In Ijade
Countv, Florida, within eight
dar mnntha t.....1 the Mat- of thi
p..1 ii.-.itioii hereof. Bold claim! or de-
mand! to contain the legal addren
, the claim mt and to be tworn to
will See 8ei tlon 111 1.....
th* 1 US Probate Aii
Date Mai 0 I
BEA BRODY,
\.. Administratrix ol the
1'
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.,1, Miami Beai h Fia.
S/4-11-18-25_________
Ota
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN" AND FOR DADF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189787
ABB BRRKi ii'. 1 '' ",lff-
BERKlH ''. Defeli
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti>. REBECCA BERK
i-vard
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l.v required to ,. '
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th. off!
Clerk
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of Jon. 1
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1>. pUt) I e'k
(Baal)
GENET A. GENET
Aiioi ne) foi PI "'"
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Miami lU-avli, lioii.la
NOTICE TO DEFEND or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 189801
VIVIAN ii.-1 M, Plal nff.
IOHNnTe EL8OM tv rendani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T, 1 .|. iHNNIE ELSl >M
Addn s I'nknown _...
You an ', '''
1 omplainl
,,.. and yoi
nnlred til
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In. In the
ul trill
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Isp i.RDERED Ml
nd da) of May, A. !>
B 1 EATHERMAN,
irt,
I, ,.1,. 'ount) Plot Id*
i;v M,v\ f\>URNOYER,
|M>put) Clerk,
ill Coiirl ,fl>
ilKORCE A t) BRIKN
lioo i',.i.e. de 1.....n B.....vard
t'oral labli Florida
Attorne) lot Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 189591
Ll'DIE JENNINGS; Plaintiff,
\ >.
PRESS JENNINGS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T.': PRESS JENNINGS,
II, .- unknou 11
PRESS JENNINGS, are hen hy
notlf at I lill of Complaint for
Dlvorci 1 i! bet n flh 1 calnat ydn,
..... ..'> required t cony
of \ ..nt- An-' or Pli adlng to thi
of Comolalnl on the Plaintiff* I
m y, BEN ESSEN hold Bldg.,
Mian i Florida., and file th.
\ er or Pleading In n<
th.- Jlerk "i the 1 cult 'ourt on
or before the 88th d i) of May, 1936.
if you fail to do bo, Judgment by de-
fault iu i. taken against you for
the relief demanded in the lill of
Complaint.
1 h iNE VM' ORDERED M
Flo, Ida, tin- -'.ih 'ii. "' V'l'i'-. 0
i- B LBATHERMAN,
Cleric, Circuit 'ourt,
Dade County, FI.
B] JOAN C( H'RNl ll BR,
lit Court seal) Deputy Clerk.
1 27 5 l-ll-is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 37784
In He: ESTATE OF
Ii >W Mil' J. WI'NPFI!. I'-' ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All P
Having Claims or Demand! Agalnai
Said Estate: ,
Y,..| and each "f you are hei b)
notlflei and required to 1.....nl an)
clnlma and demand! which you, or
, ithi r of you, may have aga'ni-l the
eatate of EDW Mil' J. WINDER, de-
ed late of Washington, Diatrlcl pf
Polumbin, to the Honorable County
nade County, and file the
In their office* In the County
nhouKe In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the flral publication
the legal addresa of the claim ml au.i
,,, be om to and presented
me il 1 "" ''
tlon 733.18 of the l45 ITohate Act.
Dati i. ",
MARN M FABER
\ An. ,li.11- Vdmlnltrate* of
EDWARD 1. Wl'NDBR,
I i,......1
ROTH .^ I'M'.r.K Attorneys
1 20-27 5 I-ll ^^_^___
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 37451-A
In He: EST \ii-: i.l- :
FRED EUrtENKRANZ. I K
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 '.' i XA IV sol I la v-
'.inns or I AiiHinsi
You, and eaoh of you are hereby
iw.iifieii and required t" present any
ojaima .mi demands whloh you, or
either of you, mt; have against the
esl it.- of FRE1 'i IR1 MKRANZ, de-
orlda,
to iin- Honorable County Judges bf
Dade Counl and file the fame In
their office! in the Dade County
into I-l,,ii,1.1,
within eight calendar .....ntha from
te of he fin 1 publication hi.....f.
lainis or .leman.i.s 10 c mtain
ih,. legal addresa "f the claimant and
n lo ami pi en ted a afore*
said, or same win i- barred. Hoe
n 733.16 of the 1945 Probate Act.
Date 1 Apt n .. A.D. 1956.
NETTE EHRENKR \.\'/.
GILBERT EHRBNKRANZ,
IItorn of alee.
JOSEI 11 ZBMEL
Attorney tor Executors
.in", I,i.i, oln rtoini, Miami Beach, Fia.
4/27 5/4-11-18________________________
, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTH'i: IS HEREBY GiVEW that
tin: unil. 1 .-itiu'l. desiring to eoijase In
hiisln,-.s tinder the fictitious name of
SHANNON PARK BBRVICE STA-
TION, at 9345 N.W. L'L'nd Avenue. Mi-
ami, Fla., intend to register aald name
with the lierk of the Circuit Court
ol Dade County. Florida.
HARRY I. COHEN, share
I'AI'L MII.LBR. Vi share
4/27 ./4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERKBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In
bualneaa under the fl.-tltlous name of
ELIZABETH HAIR STYLIST, at
Collln* Avenue. Miami Bea.-h. Florida,
Intends to renlster wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ELIZABETH ROSE
KOVNER A MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Kilzabeth Rose
; 1-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name (
KIT k'AT I.W at (071 N \\ 17th Ave
Intend t" register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I! BALKHAl'S
MICHAEL KLECINSKY
KEFSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Appii, ants
1782 w. Flatlet St.
:,. L1-18-2S .. 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the underslgt...... di firing to ng 11
buslni 1 Ii the fictltl. us name ol
M'.MV N UV l>EPART
STORES, ..1 Mlu 1
ila, Intends to rei I
s.,i,1 name with th. Cli
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That "bon voyag" to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kipnis
at a cocktail and dinner party in their honor the
other night attracted over 200 guests here. .
The Seville burgeoned with top civic leaders and
newspaper people, making the attendance look like
a page out of "Who's Who." The party served the
double purpose of wishing Mr. and Mr. Kipnis
ieir six-month tour around the world, as well as saying
f since Irving sold the Seville to a New York syndicate. .
Wowners on hand included the Morton Fisks, Robbie Robin
(i Mr and Mr*. Leonard Wien. And from Gotham Town
he Irving Davidsons, Milton Lomborgors and Mr. and Mr.
f(ler note was the presence of lovely Jennie Grossinger,
, n was en the former site of her Grossinger hotel that the
po* stand- .
toon hand to bid Mr. and Mrt. Kipnis farewell were Mr. and
.m I). Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turchin, Rabbi and
ZgLenrman, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret, Dr. and Mrs. Harry
m, Mr and Mrs. Ben Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
r and Mrs. Joe Cohen. .
o Mr. and Mrs. Leon Greejne, the Ralph Schneiders, Mr. and
Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mr. and Mrs.
I Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cove, Dr. and Mrs. Sanford
Mr and Mrs Sy Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Winter, Henry
iid Jerry Baker.
al Gate dr.'s Harold Reinhards opened their home several
flgo for the purpose of forming a Reinhurd Family club. .
Libers oi the club include the Samuel Reinhards, Leo Rein-
fscymour Reinhards, Henry Reinhards, Norman Reinhards
[course. hosts Mr. and Mr. Harold Rainhard. .
tcted president was Sam, with Mr$. Harold (Sylvia) R. being
ta^ks ol secretary. Loo will be in charge of the treasury,
tile Miriam taking on the job of historian. .
icidentally. the Sam R.' recently celebrated their 45th wed-
niversaiy at a dinner party, with 12 grandchildren in at-
and Joel Zalia, of 1668 SW 14th ter., are proud parents
ay-, what with the report arriving here from Johns Hopkins
-iiv that son Edwin has been elected to the university's
of distinguished Phi Beta Kappa. .
in, a graduate of Miami schools, gets his Hopkins AB de-
i June and will enter the University of Maryland school of
ne in September. .
ilso, PhiBK Ed attended Yeshiva University in New York
|to entering the Baltimore u.
fcere We Go Again Dept., or Those World Travelers: Bon
was reeently tendered Sue Preem Maids Mr. and Mrs.
i Enarfeld, who leave Friday from Miami for a tour through
Dd, Franee and Italy. .
Ilso on the Enerfald itinerary is a visit with son Lt. Gerald and
iie. proud parents of a new daughter and stationed at the Air
[hospital in Tripoli. .
arrying on business as usual at Sue Preem Maid will be Hy's
e. Mrt. Sylvia Gottlieb. .
nbarkmg on the Queen Mary in New York, the Enarfalds will
here in August via Israel.
peaking of new born little folks, Barbara Ann and Morris
an are pleased as punch with new arrival Sheila Beth, who
her eyes Apr. 30 at ML Sinai Hospital.
Grandparents are the Emanuel Kargers, of 2850 Pinetree dr.,
he Joseph Waldmana, of the Crown and Victor hotels here. .
sko sporting a new young 'un are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sehul-
1040 SW 6th st. He's city director of Miami Young Judaea,
er- tin former Jane Goldatoin, with baby to be called Robert
Violinist Mischa El man had a rigorous schedule here tin- week.
^performing the lovely Beethoven Concerto with the limu-
m Miami orchestra under the baton of John Bittor. .
With Mischa was wife Helen, the couple currently celebrating
[31st wedding anniversary. And, of course, all of this called
kn intimate tamily-style" dinner at the Coral Gables home of
prt manager Mario' Volpe.
Alton rd.'s Mrs. Barnard (Helen) Baum left Wednesday for a
*k jaunt to Gotham Town, which is scheduled to inclu>
fiance at Broadway performances of "My Fair Lady" and No
t for Sergeants" While Pennsylvania ave.'s Norm* Serrano
[feave on a combination business-pleasure trip to Mexico City
> ..
KtUa and Jules P. Charming, of 781 Fairway dr.. are proudly
8 friends that their son, Joel, has been awarded the second
Spanish medal at Beach High. .,
sophomore. Joel competed with students throughout me
dttol.
I, > ,
l*nna and Philip Catsmen. 2230 SW 21st ave.. are leaving lor
^n and their summer place on Higgins Lake. .
m route, the Catsmans will visit daughter and son-in-law etnei
f^'ry Kunman. .
* lso Plan a stopover in Flint, Mich., to H' ions,
and Raymond Catsnvan. and wives Alma and Sh.riey. .
"'her daughter, formerly of Flint, Mrs. Arthur (feane;
N*. i- now a S. Miami resident.
ly'n Litllo Rock. Ark.'attend'ing the wedding d^r brother.
ft**, are the Jecl Lsars and son Jackie, of 8827 Abbot.a ve.
""* the torn.er Reed. Korenbl.tt. Also in the Beach party
11* Morris Rubin, and dauKhter Mrs. Leonard Balden, the Paul
^ aml Mr and Mrs. Martin Stein.
t"*"* their home .t 7211" Ba'y dV. Normandy J^^gS
O- 21 weddini in San Francisco are Mr. and Mrs. Da
' president of Cutler Ridge development. Mrs. B. is the
fh. Dick*". of television fame. ., n(i
** Parents are the Meyer Blumberg.. of Dothan. Ala., and
World War n naval officer.
V*U/J
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WorU
JfcJeuddhJloridfoti)
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 11, 1956
Section B
New officers of Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, installed last week
at DiLido hotel. Left to right are Mis. Leo
Alpert and Mrs. Herbert Scher, vice presi-
MRS. EGGNATZ ELECTED PRESIDENT
dents; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president; and
Mrs. Samuel Gertman and Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
vice presidents.
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Makes Awards io 72 Members at Meet
Mrs Meyer Eggnatz as incoming Auxiliary president, is con-
aratulated by Samuel Gertner (left), Mount Sinai executive
director, and Dan B. Ruskin (riqht), vice president of hospital
and chairman of hospital's development fund.
Mount Sinai hospital board of
trustees has awarded a heart-shap-
ed gold charm inscribed with the
individual's name to 72 members
of the Women's Auxiliary. The
award came as the highlight of the
installation of new officers at an
Algiers hotel luncheon last Friday,
in which Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz suc-
ceeded Mrs. Louis Glasser to presi-
dency of the auxiliary.
In a message on behalf of Max
Orovitz, president of the hospital,
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the
Mount Sinai hospital development
fund, affirmed that ground for the
new hospital will be broken in
October, to be -followed immediate-
ly by construction. The develop-
ment fund is seeking to raise in
excess of S4.00O.C00 lor the new
Mount Sinai site.
Invocation was given by Mrs.
Monte Selig, and greetings were
extended by Samuel Gertner,
Mount Sinai executive director.
New officers were installed by
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president of
Continued on Pago 4 B
Mrs. Kobley Named To Second Term
a,. MIRIAM KOUMt
Mrs. Miriam Koblev. e'pet^d for
the second time, headed the list of
officers of the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Israel who were installed at a
Wedding Installation" and final
luncheon of the season held last
Monday in the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Harold Thurman, master of
ceremonies, performed the "wed-
ding ceremony." when Mrs. Kob-
u the bride, was "married" to
the Sisterhood. All other officers,
board members and past presidents
M i ved in the wedding party, and
Mr- Norman Rossman was the
soloist.
In addition to Mrs. Kobley. the
slate of officers for the year 1956-
1957 is composed of vice presi-
dents, Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mrs.
Joseph Ruffner. Mrs. Harry V. Si-
mons, Mrs. William S. Barren; re-
cording secretary. Mrs. Jack Lev-
koff; corresponding secretary'. Mrs.
Henry Hirsch; financial secretary,
Mrs. Elmer S. Levie; treasurer,
Mrs. Max Holtberg; auditor, Mrs.
Charles Ratner.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Fred Abrams. Jerome Drey-.
fuss. Stuart Gordon. Albert Green,
William Lehman, Lawrence Leven-
son, Lee Meyer. Martin Parnes,
Sam Resnick, Nat Robbins. Alvin
Sandier, Henry E. Wolff. Louis
Wolfson, Jack K r a u s e Harold
Friedman.
The Mesdames Paul Barnett,
Irvine Beinborn, Philip Caplain.
Louis Gillman. Max Goldhoff. Solo-
mon Kann. James Lewy, Harry L.
Levinson, Sol Levy, G. Louis Men-
detson, Sigo Smilow, Nat Wolfson,
Joseph Younger, Jenny Zeientz and
Myron Zeientz.

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4&4bont \Jour Special J-avorites
BLINTIiS HIGHLIGHT SPRING HOLIDAY
Shavuofh Upsn Us, and This Means
Special Cheese Menus for Table
By LEAH LEONARD
Sift the (lour into a mixing bowl
Beat the yolks slighty ml stir
Now that we're planning for m(() ,,, c,.nt,.r ,,f mound (if flour
uoth and the choose dish .,, ,nt, butter or margarine
(blintzes, otr.i associated with this anfj UH)rk into tri(. Hour mixture
re a feu together with the lemon Jnlee and
c itions for your table: confectioners1 safer, starting from
Cheese-Macaroni Squares ,h(, (<.nter and working in tho dry
2 cup> cooked and rained elbow mjxture till it forms a ball of
macaroni pastry dough firm enough to han-
" cup soft white bread crumbs j|e without sticking to the hands.
1 i cups scajded milk 4l^eiP abowl ;in(l cnil1 l(,r 3 to
3 taMespoons butter or s"bsti-'^0J| ,,(,;
.using.
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1 teaspoon grated onion, option-
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bake. cutlnr
teaspoon Paprika
dry mustard,
'-, teaspoon
tional
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2 oy^s. well beaten
i lacker cruni'
tfelted butter
Uter cooking the macaroni in
.1 water as directed on pack-
pour some I t i'\cr it
When ready to
'dough in half and place one part
i on a lightly floured kneading
'board. I'se the rolling pin to make
a rectangle as thin as possible.
then bring both long ends together
toward the middle and Imth folded
sides together toward the center
Roll again into a thin rectangle and
repeal the foldovers. Roll out again
as thin as desired and cover with
.i folded kitchen towel.
Lot stand at room temeprature
at least 2 hours Roll out again and
cut into rounds to fit over the
nder for two reasons h;ii.k> ( mu(fm utins ,ho
h"' an'1 '"r r marking with a fork. Rake
.it nine in a preheated 425 F oven
lini l thorou
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tonings. Mix
t'.rks then fold
Turn the
an aluminum lined
then buttered square baking pan.
hi \ 2 inches in size. Sprinkle
crumbs over top and
tiutter Bake
ij minutes .4 :J75 F or till a
ii-erted in fgir center con-.e-
out i fan nd thy top is nicely
ned.
Turn out on a heated platter, up-
down and remove aluminum
foil. Cut into Fouarea and slip un-
iler flame tor 2 minute-
bei < sen ing time Pass the
sourcream. applesauce or raisin
1 d< Ired. Yields 25 two-
inch squares
*
You'll like serving the following
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10th These shells'' can be
tore filling and
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Pastry Dough for Parti* Shells
1 pounds pastry flour
2 egg yolki
1 pound unsalted butter or
marine
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 up confectioners' bui
8 t 1 10 minutes or till lightl)
browned Remove from forms when
cold to avoid crumbling Fill with
ice cream, cooked pudding mix-
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Almond Peach Filling:
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2 tablespoon ihradded coconut
2 drops almond flavoring
Slivered almonds lor topping
Egg whites, beaten stiff With a
few grains of salt
1 tablespoon peach syr ;> per
tart shell
Drain the canned poach halves
to he 11-cd and lot stand cutside
down while preparing the other in
gradients, Combine shredded coco-
nut with flavoring and place 2
tablerpoom into each tart shell
Top with a peach half and pre-.
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egg whites into peach syrup and
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fair: On the dKomef*
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Hadassah Chapter Expansion Forces
Formation of Group for Beach Citv
. Oscar S. Sindell, president 19 7n ~ .,....., ..' *
Mrs. uscar s>. Sindell, president,
| Wednesday revealed expansion of
Greater Miami chanter of Ha
12:30 p.m.
hotel.
.more Terrace hotel Monday noon.
A musicale will be given featuring
[Rita Bukstel. Mrs. William Lee is!
I installing officer.
RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN
311 Washington Ave., M. B.
Phones: JE 8-2205 JE 1-1969
Monday in the Algiers'
b
wiv uiici roiami cnapler Of Ha- Mrs Marshall I nH.
..1ssah into two separate chapters.'iden s^'m> ? TTZS,
hereafter to be known M Miami Other ..,,i7o |L 5i2h5
Beach chapter of Hada.sah and Mi- Mr, ,. ,, llbin. is" ^
C*
ami chapter of Hadassah,
"This expansion plan was neces-
sary because of the rapid growth
of new membership enrollment in
Wynn and Mrs.
vice presidents;
rtt, Mrs. Harold
David Levinson,
Mrs. Sam Rubin, treasurer.
I anuel Lorlier and Mrs
this area. Mrs. Sindell explained. Rocky Pomerance, financial secre-
Each chapter will he autonomous ''!"-: Mrs. Hen Sei.ller. corre-
and will function Independently. "Ponding secretary; Mrs. Stanley
"It will be the duty of both the Perlman, recording secretary; Mrs.
Miami Beach chapter and the Mi*JH. Schechter. social secretary; and
ami chapter to advise, council and
tiyde the policies of Hadattah
far
btopc under their
e*ptesltlent said:
jurisdicjaon."
SJB, MAX DAVIS
[h Women Will
ill Mrs. Davis
Max Davis will be installed
of Miami Beach chapter.
frith Women, at a luncheon.
noon. May 15, in the
I hotel
Davis has also recently
stalled for a three-year
the board of directors of
jtional Women's Committee
bdeis University and is life
hip chairman for the or-
bon. She i- also a trustee of
laven Convalescent and Re-
ition Home, a life member
rWiiljng Workers Women's
I a member of Temple Beth
i Sisterhood,
|ldaOptner. who is planning
theme for the ceremony,
installing officer. The in-
pri will be preceded by the
candle lighting ritual,
tad by Mrs. Mayer Abram-
|Mrs. Abe Swartl is retiring
Et.
ng with Mrs. D-vis as vice
btsare Mrs. Esther Lerman,
Frank Bury. Mrs. William
Mrs. Sam Lefkowitz, Mrs.
bin Rimer: tinancial secreta-
Leon Rapee; treasurer,
lining Solomon; associate
r, Mrs N:,( Wolf son; cor-
ding secretary. Mrs. Edwin
associate corresponding
. Mrs, Bert Smokier; so-
Pcretary, Mrs. Benjamin
recorditK secretary, Mrs.
|Barren; historian, Mrs. Ben
nel, Mrs. David enner; par-
itarian. Mr- Harry Kaufman;
fiQT. Mrs, Abe Swartz. Trus-
ire Mesd ime< Alper, Gold-
Kaulman. I.ebow, Optner.
Satin.;. Turk. Carl Wein-
I Milton Weinkle. Chairman
[day is Mr- Helen Sanders. A
*i" I is being ar-
lb Mrs William Kline and
*n Ubow Committee chair-
I installation include
|Esthcr Lerman, Mrs. Frank
}Mrs. Benjamin Reich, Mrs.
rJ Cohn.
aft Scopus group of Hadassah
will meet at the Colony restaurant
on May 14.
This will be the last regular!
meeting for 1955-56 and will be
devoted to election of officers.
President-elect Mrs. David Sernak-
er is speaker. An entertaining mu-
sical playlet, "Me and Sympathy." j
will be presented as a salute to
the workers of the past year.
?
Israeli group of Hadassah will
hold its final open meeting of the
season on Monday, May 14, at the
Algiers hotel. There will be a
musical program.
*
Installation of officers for the
coming year will highlight the pro-
gram for the May 14 meeting of
Mcnorah group of Hadassah.
It will be held at the home of
Mrs. George Graham. 37 Bay
Heights dr., at 1 p.m. Mrs. George
Simon is incoming president, with
Mrs. Seymour Schulner as honor-
ary vice president.
Other officers are vice presi-
dents, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. Mrs.
Raymond Wolf. Mrs. Philip Schiff,
Mrs. Eugene Silverstone, secre-
taries. Mrs. David Alterman. Mrs.
Jack Emmer, Mrs. Harry Tavss,
Mrs. Alfred Swiren; treasurer, Mrs.
William Weiner.

Mrs. Louis Gidney will be install-
ing officer at the luncheon of the
Deborah group of Hadassah at
Mrs. A. Green, parliamentarian.
Mrs. David Levinson is luncheon
chairman.
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Hadassah will be held at the Bilt-
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More new Auxiliary officers include (left to right, in rear) Mes-
dames Charles Leeds, recording secretary; I. J. Robinson, vice
esident; and Harold Spaet, past president. Seated (left to
right) are Mesdame^ Philip Lefkowitz. vice president; Maxwell
Hyman, auditor; Max Dobrin, chairman of past presidents
advisory council; and Max Dreyer, chairman of nominating
committee. New officers not in picture are Mesdames A. Wien.
vice president; Sidney Schwartz, qeneral vice president; David
Bass, corresponding secretary; and Joseph Duntov, parlia-
mentarian.
Mt. Sinai Women Elect Mrs. Eggnatz;
Make 72 Awards to Members
South Dade Women
Will Install Officers
Alter year of earnest work in
i I plannm:. the new
South D*d Jawlsh ("enter is mak-
ing stridei toward completing their
plan- lor establishing a Center in
the South Dad* comnninity.
The women's committee of the
South Dade JtViab (enter is cele-
brating this milestone at a Moth-
ei Daj luncheon to he held in the
Algiers hotel Tuesday, whan the
annual installation ol officers
aril] he held.
Officers are Mrs. Ixiu Kirk, pros
Ident; Mrs Harold I'omerantz,
jvice president; Mrs Ed Roth, treas-
urer. Mrs. Jack Green, correspond-
ing secretary. "Appearing as guest
and installing officer will be Mrs.
Joaeph Narot.
Mrs. Richard Lcben. 1206 Ando-
ra ave Coral Gables, i> chairman
of the affair
AcademyPTAl
Former Tea
Mra. Irving Schwartz was in-
stalled Sunday by Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman as president of
Beth Israel Congregation Sister-
hood.
T
-
Continued from Pq 1 B
Greatei Miami Rabbinical
Assn. and 1 Beth Sh
Auxiliary membi n ware
' Ml'KTs
ol the da) was
Mrs, Morris Goldin.
Auxiliary members who wart
I charms included the
ill Mien, David I
Camilla Baum, Victor Behar i r
Bloom. \ i; oxbaum, William
Brenner, Arthur Burrell, Max
Dreyer, J iseph Duntov, Meyei
Leon Ell, Aaron Fair. Rich-
ard Fleming, Michael Gilbert,
Louis Glasser, George Gold
Ellis Goldin, Mi rris Goldin, Eman-
Goldstrich, Morton (irant and
I. C Greenberg,
\Ko the Mesdgme D ivid Harris
L E. Harris, Philip Bayden, Edna
Hi llei 5a il Herman George Hoff,
Holland, Maxwell Ryman,
H( rm hi .I.,cul.s. Ham Kaufman.
ph Ketzky, Nathaniel Klein,
Morris Kogan, Sanford Kramer.
Morris Lefkea, Philip Lefkowitx,
Jean C Lehman, Isaac Levin, Na-
thaniel Levin. Robeii Levy, Alex-
ander Libow and Sam Upton.
Also the Mesdames Sam Marks.
Herbert Mathes, Milton Morris.
,Ida Optner, Harry Platoff. Harold
Rand, Matilda Ratner. Mclvin Rich-
ard. I J. Robinson. Harry Ro
Charles Rosengarten, Edward Roth
and Morton Riissack
lh.. Mesdames Maurice Serotta.
Elsie Schwabe, Sidnej Schwartz,
Jandon Sehwarz, Murray A. Shaw,
ph Sloan. Donald Smith. Harry
Smith. Harold Spaet. Sara Stepner.
Louis Stoff, Jerome Thorner, Mil-
ton Weiss, Leonard Wlea and Bar-
n< > Uolk.
SDT Alums Will Install Officers
I- IU Tau A lu in n a e
i"' '! Greater Miaou
th birthda) this year
annual installation lum I
daj noon in Miami shores
country club.
In Charge Ol the luncheon ar-
ements is Mrs Irvine Jjein
M the program is Mrs Her
Stevensi who vnill addresi the
p on "My Trip to Israel
-Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, board
member ol the Haven School for
Mentally Retarded children, will
accept a check for medical equip
merit at the school, for which Sig-
ma Delta Tau Alumnae League
raises hinds annually.
Mrs. Philip Lefkowita will install
Officers lor the coming year. Thev
are president. Mis Marvin MoitUs;
first vice president, Mrs. Paul Gold
man: second vice president. Mrs
Howard Green; recording mi
iv. Mrs Charles Eestinger; corre-
lins secretary, Mrs. Howard
Hindi; treasurer. Mrs. Alvin
("awn. and parliamentarian. Mrs
Henry Gajjgstatter.
Mrs. Baltiich Will
Mrs Qeorge Blltuch will be in-
stalled president of the Women's j
Council of R'nai B'rith Thursdav
evening at the Nautilus hotel, with
Rabbi Irvinn I/>hrman. Temple
Emanu-E] spiritual leader, as in-
italllnf officer
For the past two years. Mrs.
Raltuch has hewn president of
North Shore B'nai B'rith chapter
and was elected vice president of
the Women's State Federation.
other officers to he installed in-
clude the Mesdames Norman Rein
hard a; Raich., Frank Smulson,
vice presidents: Bernard SupWOTth,
reedrdlng secretary; Jack Kirsch-
buum, corresponding secretary;
' Tuesday; ff
';'" unanunouaiy e.J
f the Hebiew Hi
B W""e- chairman
committee. '
: vrr,heGr5
P'cnt of several honl]
r,,ni Pn State aM
Universny, Mr,. Fan J
>7 ol the faculty of*
Citys Lexington School-
Deaf for a number of fM
her arrival in Miami"BesJU
, Mrs Farr served 8 J
r'"'} Mothers/mi 3
- nonerary life vie presijLd
Academy ITA last >-~
Elected to serve with ^
are honorary trustee ya]
der Kogan; past pr^
Charles Gertler and Jiivl
Be Installed Here
Harry Kaufman, treasurer; Harvey
Herman, sentinel; Joseph Morgan,
parliamentarian; Simon Rudan. hi
torian; and Gerald Soltz, counselor. Pell Sorkoff; vice pre
Installation of officers will l>c Kuth Mirmclli. Mr.
jointly performed with Men's ber, Mrs. Abraham Mi-
Council, of which Sidney Efronson "r"", Mrs. Irving (wj
is president. ipondlng sPcretary j^
Bergman: recordingi
Samuel li. Wolfe; soruli
Mrs. Charles Bogin;
New B'nai B'rith Group
. .u c i rs mls n:iries isoei
Rna, Bnth Social Council .s a Jonah capl.il
new organization designed to de Mrs. Milton Koch:
velop acquaintanceship between Robert Litowitz.
unattached B'nai B'rith men and
women, according to an announce- ProH/*
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Aliani. Ruther Sutherlin and Bob
Lyons. In addition, Mother's Day
features will be offered by Edith
Roth.stein and Wendy Solar, mem
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,, May 11."
s Day At Nome for Aged
. Day party annually together with Mrs. Tobias Sussman
by the Greater Miami is heading the large committee of
'Auxiliary. Jewish Home hostesses who have volunteered
eed will take place in the their services for the afternoon
,7garden party at Douglas: Mrs. Jack Udell, vice president
is Sunday afternoon. | and garden club enthusiast, will
Max Creenbcrg. honorary once again arrange all COmgei ami
idenl and founder of the make presentations to the aged
Beach Auxiliary group, I residents.
(
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. vice presi-
dent and program chairman, is in
charge of entertainment. Mr. and
Mw. Alex Delerson will sing a
group of nogs, accompanied on
the piano by Mrs. Aida Yaslo. Mr.
''" St.inman will act as master of
ceremonies.
Mil. Manual Tanenbaum is in
Charge Of reservations.
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Women's ORT Group Plans Two Affairs
North Dade chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold a meeting
on -Monday, May 14, at the home of
Mrs Jack Berke, 143 NW 47th tter.
Election of officers for the com-
ing year will take place.
Guest speaker will be William J.
Hcilly, certified counselor and
psychologist and graduate of Penn-
sylvania State University, who will
speak on "Child Psychology."
On Saturday evening, May J9,
jthe chapter will hold its first an-
. nual installation dinner dance in
|the Alpine room of the Lucerne
hotel.
| Gust speaker will be William J.
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l5SLMay
MISS SUMA SCHNITZtn
PMkington
MISS BARBARA UVT
HISS MA*CfA PALAY
Marcia's Troth
Told By Mother
M.iitki I'alay. daughter of Mrs
Ted Palay, 4566 N Michigan ave..
and the late Dr. Lewis Palay, will
w> (i Donal i Walter NebON, son <>f
Mr and Mrs. Irving Nelson, in I
June 1957.
The announcement of the cou-
ple'a i 1,1 menl v. as made by tile
mother of the bride elect during a
nani,'ii patty on Miaa Palay'a 19th
birthday.
The bride-elect is an honor stu-
dent at the UnlversHj "t Miami.
where the la majoring in social
studio in the ichool "t education.
She |lso la president of the Sigma
Alpha Iota pledge clan and mem-
ber i'i the university choir.
Mr. Nelaon la a graduate of
Florida and iv attending the Uni-
versity of Miami law school.
The couple met eight years ago
Ifarcia waa itodying music
i the direction ot her fiance's,
mother.
Nancy Strauss,
Alan Rosenberg
Exchange Vows
In a 5:30 p.m. double ring can-
dlelight ceremony on Sunday, Apr.
29. at the Algiers hotel. Miss Nancy
Strauss, of Chicago. III.; daughter
of Mr and Mrs Leonard Strauss,
833 15th st.. Miami Beach, became
the bride of Alan M. Rosenberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Rosen-
berg. Chicago. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
performed the ceremony.
Beat man was Norman Perman,
Chicago. Maid of honor was Lor-
raine Shaffer, also Chicago.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father at a small intimate
family wedding. She selected a
blush pink alencon lace ballerina-
length gown with fitted bodice cap
sleeves, drape cummerbund of
parchment silk and very bouffant
skirt. Her four-tiered French illu-
sion shoulder-length veil was at-
tached to a headpiece of matching
lare and seed pearls. She carried
orchids or. a Bible.
The wedding band was also worn
by her maternal grandmother on
her wedding day. The bride carried
an imported French lace handker-
chief that her mother carried on
her wedding day.
NtWly wed Mrs. Rosenberg re-
reived her AB degree in journal-
ism from Indiana Cniversity in
Bloomingtonn. Ind. She was gradu-
ated cum laude and belongs to Phi
Beta Kappa and Theta Sigma Phi,
rational professional journalistic
tnti ratty.
Mr. Rosenberg is a graduate of
the University of Illinois. His fra-
ternity is Phi Fpsilon Pi.
After a seated dinner, the couple
left for their honeymoon. They will
make their home in Chicago at 900
W. Argyle.
Aid more
AttS. JACK HIIDIS
*M. AIAI tOSUlfK
Ruth Frank Weds Mr. Jack Friede
August Rites for Lew, Kleber
Mr and Mrs. Henry Levy, of 516
Catalonia ave. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara, to Garvin Kleb-
er. 1780 S\V 12th st.. Miami
Miss Levy, a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, received her
Bachelor of Education degree cum
laude from the University of Mi
ami in February. During her three
.and a half years at the university.
: she was a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon social sorority and served
as treasurer and vice president.
She was recently elected to Phi
Kappa Phi national scholastic hon-
orary and was also elected secre-
tary of Kappa Delta Pi education
honorary organization. In addition,
she belonged to Alpha Lambda
Delta, freshman women's honorary.
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Miss Levy is now teaching fifth
grade at Westview Elementary
School. She has been a member
of the faculty of the Coral Gables
.Jewish Center religious school,
where she served as a Sunday
school teacher for many years and
a Hebrew school teacher for the
past three years.
Mr. Kleber, also a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, is an
alumnus of the University of Mi-
ami, where he was a member of
Tau Epsilon Pi social fraternity.
While attending the university un-
der a music scholarship, he Wtt a
member of the University of Mi-
ami Band and Symphony Orches-
tra.
Mr. Kleber served in the Air
i Force for three years. He has been
a member of the religious school
faculty of the Miami Hebrew
School for many years.
Mr. Kleber is a member of West
Miami lodge 302 of the Masons.
The couple plan to be married
in August
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on Sunday, Apr. 29, at
the Algiers hotel. Miss Ruth Frank,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Frank. 1555 71st st.. Miami Beach,
became the bride of Jack Friedes,
September Will
Bring Her Ring
September will bring Selma
Schnitzer a wedding ring. She is
the bride-elect of Joel Telles,
Allentown, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feinberg,
1632 Meridian ave.. Miami Beach,
are announcing their daughter's
engagement
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Telles.
355 75th st.. Miami Beach.
Miss Schnitzer attended Miami
High School and is a member of
ALS chapter, B'nai B'rith. Her
fiance attended Ithaca. NY, Col-
lege. He manages a Music Circus
in Allentown.
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Just returned from a jaunt to
Chapel Hill, N.C.. are Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin and son Josh. 2024 N.
Bay rd. The occasion was "Parents"
Weekend" at the University of
North Carolina, where handsome
son Dick is a junior and a BMOC
(Big Man on Campus). He's ad man-
ager of the daily campus news-
paper and president of Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity.
son of Mr. George
York City, and the
Friede -
Rabbi Mayer AbramowifcJ
I North Shore Jewish Ce_j
formed the ceremony.Deat3
wedding was blue anrf white. 1
Best man was Ray Rickhx I
of honor was Rosalyn
Bridesmaids included Jon I
and Leta (Joldstrom, with i
I Larry Plot kin and RichaNll
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Raj
Miami, maternal grin
the bride, attended the1
The bride -elected a
chantilly lace and nylon I
white satin, which feaa
shoulder baring neckliij
sleeves and elongatel
band of chantilly lace
the bouffant floor-leaf
nylon tulle. She carried i
a Bible.
The bride is a graduate oil
Beach Midi School and
the University of Miami.
groom attended City
New York.
The couple flew to Na
their honeymoon and upoo(
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11, 1956
-sman, Gutkin
hve on Beach
I!hrLan EL united in marriage
fclighl ceremony in the
El on Apr. 29. R-bbi
L,moil7 officiated.
Jl js the daughter of
[Je Marks, of Chicago,
fpoom is the son of Mr.
L|(jn Baltimore, Md.
Ede's aunt. Mrs. Bernard
[Jras her matron of honor.
L'S brother-in-law. Milton
[acted as best man.
L fading, the bride wore
La-length <*" of cnan*
rover satin pink, with
L and a crown of pearls
Lit veil. She carried a
l\t with three white or-
|i|M.s-ofthe-valley.
[jde attended Roosevelt
L Chicago, and the bride-
fa graduate of Johns Hop-
ersity in Baltimore.
,4inn and dinner was held
fcheherezade room of the
Lei. After a honeymoon
[the couple will reside at
Notre Dame in Miami
^htlk^H'yrj
Werner-Kalin
MMS. llttOMt GUTKIN
Kasman, Nelson
To Live in S.C.
Miss Sandi Kasman. dalghter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Kasman. 939
Alton rd., became the bride of
Burton Martin Nelson, son of Mrs.
Bess Nelson, 5950 La Gorce dr., and
the late Louis Nelson, in Rabbi
Leon Kronish's study at Temple
Beth Sholom Saturday, May 5, in
6:30 p.m. rites.
The bride attended schools in
Miami Beach. The groom attended
Miami Beach High School, was
graduated from Coburn Private
School, attended Tulane University
in New Orleans and the University
of Miami. At present, he is in the
Marines stationed in South Caro-
lina.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon touring Florida, and
will then return to South Carolina
Kaplans Reveal
Myrna's Troth
Mr. md Mrs. .,. Kap]an 439
Almeria nt, Coral Gables, an-
nounce the betrothal of thnr
daughter, Mvrna Barbara, to Shel-
don Bruce Palley.
Miss Kaplan, a graduate of Mia-
mi High School, is a senior at the
t n.vors.ty of Miami majoring in
art. She is a member of the Future
Teachers of America and plans to
teach in the Miami area after re-
ceiving a degree in art in June.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs A. Palley. Detroit, Mich. The
couple met at the University of
Miami, where he is studying law.
Mr. Palley received his BBA de-
gree last February and plans to be
graduated from law school June
1957.
He is a member of Phi Alpha
Delta, legal fraternity; Rho Epsilon
Sigma, real estate honorary; Beta
Beta Mu, finance honorary. Mr.
Palley plans to practice law in
Florida.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Lillian
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary Sunday in Algiers
hotel, with dinner for some 100
friends, including out-of-town
relatives. The couple, who re-
side at 910 SW 9th st., met 60
years ago when they were
neighbors and schoolmates in
Newark and moved to Miami
11 years ago. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg, of Beth David, offi-
ciated at ceremony.
Physicians' Wives
Plan Final
Mrs. Herman Will
Attend Conference
Mrs. Harvey Herman, 2121 SW
13th ave., Miami, will attend the
Southern regional conference of
the President's Committee for
Traffic Safety to be held in the
Sevile hotel Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Herman, past president of
Miami chapter, B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, will represent the women of
District Grand Lodge 5 of the na-
tional organization.
Meeting
MISS MYftNA KAPLAN
Ardmore
IIW0N NILSON
ition of Dunes Motel
(Miami Beach Ladies' Aux-
Post 682, Jewish War
installed new officers,
Shirley Berman, presi-
W Steinberg, senior vice
|t; Lucille Binderman, jun-
president; Jeri Sorosky,
Mrs. Lefcourt will highlight ac-
tivities that took place during the
past year. Hostesses are Mrs. Mil-
ton Adler and Bernard Sterling.
Torah Group Will Name Mrs. Lefcourt
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt will be in- the officers and be guest speaker,
stalled Monday at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel for a second term as
president of the Torah group of
Hadassah formed just one year ago.'
Other officers are Mrs. Moe i
Feingold, Mrs. Bernard Newmark
tad Mrs. Max Swartz, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Joseph Rayvis, record-,
ing secretary; Mrs. Kirvin Shafton, |
membership secretary; Mrs. Leon-^
ard Egert. financial secretary; Mrs. i
Harry Gordon, treasurer; and Mrs.
Mitchell Miller, parliamentarian.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of |
Beth David Synagogue, will install j
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Labor Zionist Leader Due in Miami;
Will Help Mark Anniversary Fete
Mo\,i i Brown, national presi-
dent of the Labor Zionist Order,
prominent economist and iirtmmi-
trator, Will appear at the Hibiscus
,. m Miami Beach. 955 Alton
on Sunday nmht in
y. i ition of Israel-
: iry.
, >mcides wi'h the
I date "( In
, ,i 1948. and Yorfl
U1 will be crlehrated -i
meter brown
multancously by Labor Zionist
groups throughout the United
States.
Brown elected to come to the
. Miami rally lioc;m-e it marks the
,r culmination of a campaign by the
Labor Zionist Assembly of Creator
Miami to enroll every' member as
an Israel Bond holder, according to
Hi A. .1 Ishlon. president of the
local group.
Dr. Ishlon also has accepted the
position ot Israel Bonds chairman
for all Labor Zionists in Greater
Miami, overall chairman Jacob
Sher announced
Brown was one of the American
Jewish leaders who participated in
I he economic conference convened
bodies, Brown has served on nu-
merous delegations to internalnm
al conferences in Europe and
Israel.
Entertainment also will be in-
cluded in Sunday night's program,
Dr. Ishlon said. He named spon-
Mirs of the meeting as Mrs. M S.
Green, president of the Pioneer
Women Coral Gables Club; Mrs. I
Jacobs, president of Pioneer Wom-
en Club 2; Ehiel Lesowoder. presi-
dent of Histadrut; Mrs. Isaac Pi h
kin, president of the Pioneer Worn
en's Council; Mrs. L. Raffel, presi
dent of the Pioneer Women Kadi
mah, Club; Mrs. j r.
.dent of the Pione^lKS
jXyerson Club; 11S
^he Farband ^
I Mrs. M. Seeman PL
lU'^y. president fl
i VN omen Club 1.
Saturday night 0,
, feted at a meeting (1
lMr- and Mrs. Solomo, f
2836 SW 25th ft. The,
be a M'lave Malke.
85.409 ballots to Brautigam s
30,744, In the race tor st,.ie sena
lor Joe Baton downed incumbent
Geoi bj TS.718 to M08
John H Orr, Jr. will return to
Taliahaaaea as repreaentative from ,n Jerusalem in October. 1953, by
Group 2. He defeated candidates prjme Minister David Ben Gurion
Boyd and Thornal, racking up a At that meeting. Israeli program
total Oi tW.438. of economic development wa dis-
In the circuit court race, incuin cusaed, and plans outlined for the
hent Judge Robert H. Anderson flotation on" an international scale
tallied some 57.000 votes to defeat f thc second Israel Bond Issue-
small claims court Judge Raymond tne Development Issuein the
Gov. Collins Racks
Up Smashing Win
Continued form Pago 1 A
nent, segregation candidate Sumter
I.owry. of Tampa, who tallied close
to 120.000 ballots
Coming in third and fourth were
C. Farris Bryant, of Ocala, and
former Florida Gov. Fuller War-
ren, who was seeking a second
term,
Dade county registered a re-
soundlng vote Tuesdaj despite the
heavy rains m late afternoon, with
12 percent of the area's qualified
voters going to the poUi by noon.
Of G< \ .llms- total 368,537 l>al-
lotl throughout Florida, upward
Of 110.286 were cast in the Dade
area for the 47 year-old incum-
bent.
In other races here. Richard E.
Contain defeated George Brauti- for District 7. Ed Mason dumped ,\
gam for state attorney in the elev- incumbent Hugh Peters in District
enth judicial district, running up 2.
Nathan's bid to that office.
With almost B0 electioneering
here. Florida Sen. George Smath-
en smothered his North Florida
opponent, Erie L. Griffis by 278.-
521 to 34.255.
In the Group 1 contest for repre-
sentative, it was George Hollahan
over Harvic DuVal. and in Group
3. Cliff Harrell outdistanced his
opponent.
Incumbent Tom Kelly defeated
hopefuls Jimmy Sullivan and Reu-
bin Clcin for the office of sheriff.
Joe Hall will be school superin-
tendent, outdoing nearest challen-
ger by some 58,000 votes
In the Dade commission race,
there will be a runoff between
Karis Co wart and Jess Yarborough
t'nited States, Canada, Latin Amer-
ica and Western Europe.
Brown, the founder more than
40 years ago of the organization he
now heads, is equally at home in
the United States and Israel. A
member of the central committee
of the Labor Zionist Organization
of America, the board of directors
of the United Israel Appeal, and
more than a score of other national
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[MaylU951
judaeansMap Convention
u,i summer conven-1 Planning and preparation for the
,1- Southern region of \ convention is under the chairman-
Line noW bein>i P f Sh'rlev Ann Knck. of At-
Cuke place at CampTJlue lanta, (;a regional vice president
Etorsonville, NC, from .Light days will include discussion
rtudy group ,] ;iI1,i |f
tion events, athletics,
ihrnush June '8-
Z\nemP will be -On:Uon" cvent*- creative
JJL the World Bust* wortahopi and busin, ., .,
for the 150 expected Judaeans Who
Irinciplo the
Lust.ce and Pea.
?$&!** fr"m lhe eight-state
Sonera region of SnnioVlfoung
Judaea is an organization dire,
by the Southern Zionist Youth
Commlaslon and jointly sponsored
'> the Southeastern region of the
Zionist Organization of Amenca
and the Southern, Southeastern
and Florida regions oi Hadassah.
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Youth to Conduct Friday Services
Late Friday evening services will
be conducted by members of Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth group at
Temple Zloa,
The group, which has been in
existence at the Temple since last
September, meets Monday eve-
nings. In addition, Sunday morn-
ing services are conducted for the
I group's 60 members.
Among participants at Friday
evening services will be Sumner
jGarte, Rochelle Lynn. Larry Kano-
;witz, Arnold Grant, Joan Lps.s and
; David Harris
Kenneth Schachter will be re-
freshment chairman, and Alan Sin-
clair is head usher.
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KABBI DAVID SHAPIKO
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wjtli local iirranitfi.n'ntB by
riordoft Funeral r*.
ABRAHAM FINESTONE
7nl imh at |.r.Hl.l.-nl f
Ten-Year Tenure
For Rabbi Shapiro
At a meeting of the board of
rnora oi Temple Sinai, Jewish
Community Center Of Hullsw.....I.
Uahbi David Shapiro was reelected
spiritual leader <>i Temple Sinai
ior a period of ten years, it was
announced W e Clement Geronemua, president ol
the congregation. The decision wai
unanimous.
Rabbi Shapiro Is completing his
third year with the Temple. He
,1 in 1986 at the
Yeshiva Yavne Theological Serai-
i .'her ui the i bW is presi
i,i the Seminarj and at the
[me is leading i sen
lerusalem, Israel
Rabbi Shapiro attended New
York University and was also id-
,i uj the Nw York Bar In
.mi Shapiro served i
, o| Green Bay. Wise. for til
... ars Cram IMS <> i!'-*-r>- He then
1, ami i ci eutivi din ctor "t Ihe
American Jewish Congress m Chi- Ge rge W. Hirach, Miami Beach
eago m which capacity he served certified public accountant, has
until 1948. Rabbi Shapiro waa named Stewart Kohn a partner in
chairman of the United Jewiah Ap- the neu CPA fhtn of Hirsch and
peal ol Wisconsin and upper Mich- Kohn Offices ;ire located at 1218
igan from 1948 to ll ^Washington ave |j ,"
Among other activities of Rabbi Kohn has iiccn Miami Heacn ,.,,.,, ,,, u..
Shapiro have been hi- participation resident .or 21 year. He la a Brad- a* ; **-
member Ol the board <>l dlree- uate of Miami Beach High School .,,,,, daughter, Mra Blanch* Simmer-
of the Wisconsin War Chest and the Universit, ol Florida and -., ^ ^hap*!.' $Z>.
during the second World War, del- formerly was associated with Har-
erican Jewiah ion ry Blumin and Co. as a certified
nting Wisconain, and public accountant
Mr Hirach, a vice president and
comptroller of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Aaan. Miami
Beach, has lived on the Beach since
1989 He received undergraduate
and graduate training at the Uni-
versity of Florida, and served as a
( TA for the past five years.
A WorM War II veteran. Hirsch
is married and the father of two
children.
Both accountants are members
president of the American Institute of Ac-
mi. presi- countants and the Florida Institute
dent: Harold Abern. third vice ol Certified Public Accountants
lent: Jacob Schiff, financial
'iiry. Louis Pearl, treasurer.
Mr- Ben Sirk is, recording secre-
Mrs Pearl Konigaberg, corre-
ecrei irj. Sam Pesin and
Nathan Shenkin, sergeants-at-arms;
Irving Sperling, parliamentarian;
Mrs Sylvia Bart. Ben sirku
e Vishkoff, auditors
11 1 ng i'ii tident is Charles
I idelman Formal installation is
planned, with Lewis 1'ome:
.1- chaii man.
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Nelau ry.
MRS. ANNA WOLOWITZ
K',. of II 1 I >ra her.-
, aca fr..m Waahlfifton, died
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
ii.ii..!. riealrlno. In engafe In
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7th STREET R vR-R-Q \ \v
Kind Avenue, Miami, Put Inti ndi to
with lha- I'll
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name it bean ^i
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With rrmlYI.-
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pit sident oi the Zionist Or-
n ol the Middle West.
Israelite Center
Picks Morris Head
Hyman Morris has been eli
idenl oi the Israelite i ei '
Other officers named at an elec-
meeting lasl week are Albert
Weinberg, firsl vice
Parness, second
ii
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LEGAL NOTICE
St. Louis Club Picks
Nieberg President
Samuel XieherR will Ik1 installed
and t president of the St. Ix>uis club of
Greater Miami at an annual dinner
Sunday evening in the Nautilus
hotel. Chairmen are Mrs. Esther
Lerman and Mrs. Rose Rodman.
Sol Goldman will be installing of-
ficer.
Others to assume office are Max
Kntker Edward Goldstein. Paul
HARRY ROSENBERG
17 nf CI I m: nth Homeataad, die.!
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owner in W 'shinvt. I. Pa a .1 M.iv
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CHANCERY No 190022
Vice presidents; Mrs i,|u i);is
cording a e r etarj ; Mn Ruth
Winer, corresponding aacretary;
lira. Berniee Ladd, financial aacre
and I.ouis Buck, treasiiror
Board of directors include M J.
KopelowHz, Miss Lillian Goodman,
Nal Woafaon, Sol Goldman, Hai
1 I tein, Prank Weiss, Norman
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n of Mr. and Mrs.
[Stem, will become Bar
Saturday morning,
[ at Beth Jacob Congre-
abbi Tibor Stern will
Sidney attends South
Bementary school.
rey Fund
litzvah
son of Mr. and Mrs.
F'jml. "ill become Bar
Sabbath morning serv-
eih David Congregation.
ak'ov Ro>cnberg will offi-
is seventh grade atob
loah Junior High
r-ndinq Beth David
|school for the past three
mber of the Beth
king league and Cotillion
[own guests will include
Imother, Mrs. Vera Mead-
Haven Conn.; and un-
i Meadow Also attending
t. and Mrs Rubin Epstein,
fckaway. L.I; and Mrs.
(ternfii'lil. Valley Stream,
Community Leaders to be Honored
At Past Presidents' Function Here
on,H ;)r eon'o V* ''"^ nKiMM Proram "> for a
I I e hm,V rJ7,,'r^,'nu<'1,>' m,'m,MTs of the fa'>- I" addi-
"he s eon Inn ^ ^ay mRht '" U*,n "' inducting its regular oper-
I. ml.fe^H ,n,V1',i"mnal >11 LttOM from the same three build-
he >, IZ f ""'"' '" iBg' ';MJCC nas r('cent,y "tended
'" ^ ll1l"',f'|"was,nnounced lU service ., newer areas in the
oy A. Budd Cutler, general chair-'comity where it is conducting an
extension program with .several
I he Jewish community center synagogues.
rLr?!?Tli.mme,m,Cni- which'" A beneficiary agency of the
II part of the National Jew.sh Wei-1 Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
fare Board, is now 23 years old in the Center also is affiliated with
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Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Kaltman, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May
12, 6 p.m., at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. He attends Miami
'Beach Junior High School and
is in the seventh grade.
the Greater Miami area. The first
body formed in this community
was the Miami YM-YWHA Later a
^S'^ ,W'th lhe thCn efXlSt- feld' E Alb<* WS MllSn FriSi
Hp iT^, S tSSn' l f0 man' Dr Sam Beckman- Leo Acker-
the present agency known as the man, Philip Berkowitz, George
Howard Goldberg Bar Mitzvah
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Goldberg, 1629 SW 6th st.,
was Bar Mitzvah Saturday, May 5,
at Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. The Bar Mitzvah per-
formed the entire services and ad-
dressed the congregation. Rabbi
Simon April officiated. Howard at-
tends Ada Merrit Junior High and
the religious school of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
the Welfare Planning Council of
Dade County.
Past presidents to be honored
GMJCC.
Men who have seen service as
presidents of these groups will re-
ceive citations on Saturday night
Chertkoff, Leon Kaplan, Max R.
Silver and Ben Essen;
Miami Beach YM-YWHA, Harry
Zuckernick, Carl Weinkle, Milton
| for their part in having sparked girkin and Leon Huberman; Flag-
the growth of this movement to a'ler Granada Jewish Community
Stephen Pasteur Bar Mitzvah
Stephen, son of Jade Pasteur,
615 82nd st., will be Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. May 12, at the
North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will conduct
the services. Stephen is a student
at the religious school of the Cen-
ter and attends Nautilus Junior
High.
Center. Sam Weber, Herman Feld-
man. Joseph Masters, Sidney Stil-
ler, Ben Clein, Irving Lax and
Harold Strumpf; GMJCC Town
Branch chairmen, Bernard Wek-
sler and Stuart Winston; GMJCC
Beach Branch chairman, Leon Ep-
stein.
Now serving as president of
GMJCC is Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
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GLOBAL SHORTS
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
LONDON (JTA)Sigmund Gestetner. philanthropist and for many
vears leader of the Jewish National Fund in Britain, died in Nice,
France, last week. He was also active in the directorate of the Joint
Palestine Appeal in this country. He was 58. Mr Gestetner was the
rounder of the world famed commercial firm which bears his name,
lie was born in London and entered communal life as a young man.
He was early identified with the Zionist c.uise. beinu most influenced
by his father. David Geatetner, and by Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
AMSTERDAM (WNS>Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard this
week paid their first visit to the Jewish Museum of thi- city in another
of their many manile>t;.tion oi interest in the Jewish community of
The Netherlands. The museum is located in a medieval house on the
site of the ancient Jewish Ghetto of Amsterdam which was razed by
the Nazis
LONDON (JTA>The Israel freighter "(ialila wiled from Grave-
send last week, carrying the tirst shipment of arms Britain has sent to
Israel since the Communists began arming the Aral)- The cargo was
reported to include 16 anti aircraft guns, 1(X) eases ol detonators s/id
two mobile searchlights. A Foreign Office spokesman and the Israeli
Embassj declined to comment on the shipment
BERLIN (JTA) PUl Baender, Jewish born veteran Commimist
der who was sentenced to si\ years at hard labor in 1954 as a result
he anti-Semitic campaign In Hast Germany, was released from jail
here. He was the highest ranking Jew arrested in the Fast German
drive, and first of the Fast Cerman Jews to be released since the recent
Communist campaign for "Social legality." In 1952. Baender was ousted
Iron his position as state Secretary of the Ministry of Supply. Later he
as sentenced to |ail for "upsetting the food supply of the population
leliberatel) false planning and through wrong dlrectivee."
LONDON WAS' Prison terms ranging from three to ten ye.it-
v..... Imposed bj a \1<>- ,v thai ed with "possessing and distributing illegal Zionist litera-
ture," tin Manchester Guardian disclosed m a dispatch from its corre-
spondent which noted that it was not clear whether the March trial Was
the last ol .i -erie- or whether more trials were still in the ofQug. Two
.lews were sentenced in Feluuai\ on similar eharue- to terms of three
and five years The accused were arrested last summer in Mo cow fol-
ios ing police raids on Jewish homes suspected ol harboring 'illegal"
Jewish literature.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
CULVER CITY, Calif. (WNSi- Harold Shields, an attorney who has
long been active in Jewish and communal affairs here, was this Week
elected Mayor of Culver City. He is the first Jew ever to hold the post
here.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTAiA proposal for reforming the civil
c aiendar to make every day of every month fall on the same day of the
. ever) year was dropped by the I'nited Nations Fconomic and
.social Council last weekend The decision to postpone debate on the
proposal was adopted t>\ a VOtO ot 15 to 0 after the representative of the
Netherlands said that the time was not ripe for taking up the idea be-
< ause of religious and other objections to it.
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