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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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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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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31 Number 13
Miami. Florida, Friday, March 29, 1957
Price 2GV
rowne/l Criticized for 'Double Standard' on Immigration;
mediate Admittance Here of Egyptian Refugees Urged
!-------------._______________________.____________________________________________________________________________________________
Dag Gets No Peace;

Nasser Rides Sway
fOK COMPUTt HI All (AST KtPOKT Sit FG. 11 A
i? .Uj E? NATI0NS Da8 Hammarskjold, roving one-man peace team, and secretary general of the
United Nations, headed home from talks this week wi:h Egypt's President Nasser. Hammarskjold refrained
Irom stopping off for discussions in Jerusalem prior to his departure.
According to premature reports, the secretary general was said to be "jubilant" over the results of
his marathon debates with Nasser. ? -------------------------------------____________________________
Informed sources here had indi-
'resident Hit for Failure
[o Take Stand on Any
fyranny Except Communism
..' YORK (JTA)The Ameri-'
[Jewish Congress urged Atty.
I Herbert Brownell Wednesday
his statutory discretion to
; Jewish refugees from Egypt
| the United States.
an AJC executive committee
king, Judjje Justine Wise Po-
[chairman of the executive, hit
] Brownell for clinging to a
Ible standard of morality" and
pug to admit as immigrants on
ole basis the Egyptian Jews as
fas Hungarian refugees. Judge
it further charged that Presi-
| Eisenhower is "apparently un-
ng" to recognize any tyranny
that of Communist govern-
Waihington this week, three
ilican Senators Irving M.
[and Jacob J. Javits of New*
Vend Clifford P. Cat* of Now
called on Mr. Brownell to
| emergency action to admit a
bio numbor" of Egyptian
In lottor, tho Senators
I that tha numbor of Egyptian
I who had families in tho U.S.
| might seek entrance to this
is relatively small, "net
\ 5,000" at the outside.
AJC also asked the U.S. to
firmly" with Egyptian reoc-
ition of the Gaza Strip and
nuance of belligerency and
Continued on Pago 3A
SEN. JACOB JAVITS
. tmtrftnty action
cated that Egypt's president was
prepared to offer Mr. Hammersk-
jold a written guarantee that he
would maintain the peace in Gaza
and refrain from launching new
fedayeen raids into Israel.
These sources interpreted the al-
leged vow as Nasser's capitulation
U.S. feels Egypt Will Keep Hands
Off Ships as Israel Charges Hoax
JERUSAEM (JTA)The United States Government believes that President Nasser of Egypt will not
dare interfere with Israel traffic through the Gulf of Akaba. Foreign Minister Golda Meir reportedly told
the Israel Cabinet Wednesday when she reported on her hurried trip last week to the United States and
the United Nations. ,
It is understood that Secretary of State Dulles urged that Israel not be hasty in reference to Egyp-
tian moves in the Gaza Strip, and that if Israel gives the U. S. an opportunity to bend its efforts in that
direction there will be no need for Israel to act.
---------------------------------------+ If Nasser acts against Israeli *--------------------'----------------------
to the United Nations Emergency to circulate that Hammarskjold had
Force* in the disputed territory. The gotten nowhere at tho Cairo confer-
sources also declared Mr. Ham- i ences. Tho "written guarantee"
marskjold was prepared to circu- gave way to more realistic inter-
iate copies of the Nasser promise protation:
.o all delegations here at the UN. .. .. .. ,
Reliable sources here feel that
But as tho UN secretary general,Nasser rejected the deployment of
drew nearer homo, reports began H^F.0" Eg?:pt,an side of the
1949 Armistice line unless Israel
agreed to deployment of such forc-
es on the Israeli side.
Pending further reports, Nasser
is supposed to have threatened Is-
rael with ousting of UNEF in Gaza
unless there was agreement to
UNEF on the Israeli side of the
border.
Meanwhile, Mr. Hammarskjold's
refusal to go to Jerusalem for talks
with Prime Minister Ben Gurion
was declared here to be the result
of Ben Gurion's "attack" on the
UN secretary general Monday.
The Prime Minister had sharply re-
jected Nasser's conditions for
peace, which seemed acceptable to
Mr. Hammarskjold.
JMUON IMMIGRANTS EXPECTED
argest Aid to Israel
'arley Opens in Paris
[PARIS (JTA)Three hundred delegates from 17 countries in
11 and North Africa here started hammering out an interna-
und raising program at the largest "aid to Israel" conference
[ h"|d m Europe. French Premier Guy Mollet took the occasion to
ite support of Israel's position on the Middle East situation.
I r N'ahum Goldmann, president of the Jewish Agency, told the
> mat barring unforeseen- de-*--------------------------------------------
Wwnu. Israel will remain the
J, Problem on the interna-
liJ?*!! for some time But
^ warned, "has its dan-
shipping, Mrs. Meir is reported to
have said, the U.S. will take the
gravest view of it, and it possibly
could influence the U.S. attitude
toward any Israel counter-action
to the blockade.
Upon hor return to Israel, Mrs.
Meir revealed that Israel had made
certain "realistic" proposals on the
Gaza Strip to the State Department
and that Israel is awaiting an
American reply. She also an-
nounced that Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold, with whom she
conferred in New York, had prom-
ised to transmit to President Nas-
ser Israel's query whether Egypt
Continued on Pago 7A
side
as well as its good
* is good because it 0
2 that the great powers
^ lr a policy which will
settlement of Arab-Israel
tion J? k(!an,M'rous because a
lidih., COncession Irom Is-
RSiF*ils future and
[J** Urael c.l.br.te. It.
'" *cord.nc. with prosent
Co"inu.d on Peg, 3 A
Denver Ouster Called Sour Grapes'
Macmillan Says
Bermuda Agreed
On Peace Means
TUCKER'S TOWN (JTA)Measures to assure a period of Arab-
Israel pacification which may lead to a permanent settlement will be
taken as a result of decisions reai-ned at the four-day conference that
closed here Sunday, British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan told a
^press conference after the conclu-
sion of the historic top-level parley.
An official communique, how-
DENVER (JTA) The expul-
sion of Beth Medresh Hagodol
from the United Synagogue of
America, central organization of
Conservative congregations, for
"conduct unbecoming a congrega-
tion" was termed a case of "sour
grapes" this week by Moses M.
Katz, congregation president.
The expulsion of the 600-family
congregation followed months of
widespread controversy involving
the firing or forced resignation of
five rabbis in a row, a USA
spokesman said last week in con-
firming the ouster.
Mr. Katz, in commenting on the
expulsion action, announced elec-
tion of Rabbi Samuel Adelman of
Newport News, Va., an Orthodox
rabbi, as the new spiritual leader.
Rabbi Adelman succeeds Rabbi
Gershon Winer, who refused to
leave the pulpit until a settlement
was reached in which the con-
gregation bought his unexpired
two-year contract for $12,000.
The congregation president said
the ouster was "sour grapes" for
"losing one of tho most prominent
congregations in the United
States." Ho added that BMH offi-
cially resigned from tho USA in
July 19S6. The USA had reported
that the resignation had boon of-
fared and refused, prior to the
expulsion.
Mr. Katz said the congregation
had asked the USA and the Jew-
l
Continued on Page 8A
ever, stated only that agreement
had been reached between Presi-
dent Eisenhower and Prime Minis-
ter Macmillan "on need for speedy
implementation of the recent Unit-
ed Nations General Assembly
resolutions dealing with the Gaza
Strip and the Gulf of Akaba."
British and American spokes-
men refused to elaborate on this
brief statement, insisting that tho
UN resolutions on the matter are
sufficiently clear. The resolutions
Continued on Page 2A


Page 2-A
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Macmillan Says Bermuda Confab Agreed on Peace Afea
, Minister replving to Mr MacmiJlafi said thai the ISL Prime Minister refused to state, how the ,n,
unn'm'. and Britain h I on bet* whatl had been envied ; port of the Ba9
and lnn,.rm pr, he event ether jyrypt or Ixrael fed the M
J,v indl: v,",a!c,t ""1'rn;'ll"nal *"* ---------
Continued from Page 1 A
called far the stationing of UN
The Prime Minister, replying to
a query about
curity, told t!i
gamut Of
had
,, raanent security .
but said nothing about lenjth of ..,,,, thai the entire
stay nor function of UNEF, other i(e am, ,., A,.lll ,,,....-, Middle East problems
than to voice vaguely a UN respon- |, ,;in be aehievi on! h dealt
sibility in the Gaza Strip. I permanent peace.
v.. i toi i hope that
N decisions
"' -pint
and letter.
The joint communique issued
several hsurs before said that the
President and the Prime Minister
ity of insulating the canal from the
politics of any country, and called
for absolute freedom of navigation
through the waterway.
Ship Goes Unchallenged
ELATH. brad (JTA)The 3.500 ton Danish freighter Brigitte 1
passed through the Strait of Tiran Monda> an.1 d hor in the. Igrprltn compliaoco with bete**
Gulf of Akaha off this bneli pert as the town's inhabitants celebrated
the successful outcome of what has been regarded as a test of freedom
of passage of the gulf.
(The Moscow radio defended a blockade of Israeli shipping in the
Gulf of Akaba. Broadcasts Monday asserted that 'this golf lies entirely
within the territorial waters of Egypt and Saudi Arabia." The Soviet
radio accused the Western Powert- of "trying to deprive Egypt and
Saudi Arabia of their lawlul rights in this gulf.)
The communique spoke of sup-
porting efforts by I'N secretary
general Dag Hammerskjold to
brinu about a settlement of the
Suez issue in accordance with the
principles of the Oct. 13 resolution.
Finally, the communique reported
I that an exchange of views would
(continue between the two top lead-
the passage of the shallow waters by daylight. It arrived off Math this m (|f Ih(, W(Mcrn anjanco
..lternoon with Danish and Israeli flags flying. It will remain riding at | A, ,,, ..,, cim('vrvnce tnc
anchor until the freighter C'atherina Madre completes loading cargo at |______________1!____________'
Elath's single i
An Israel landing craft, bearing the Swedish Minister to Israel who Or. lovejoy Of NCCJ
is represent ests, and newsmen and photographers, put | Florida region of the National
i ut to meet the Brigitte Toft as all 'he inhabitants of the town flocked to Conference of Christiana and Jews
dad Pa- !J"
' It is no use jumping (aai
before v. e come to them," he in-
1 I also avoided a reply on
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AZA members will assist itabbi
Henry Okolica at services Friday
i i wning, according to an announce-
had agreed on the importance ot
letter and spirit of the UN's Oct. 13 ment by Jerry Golden. AZA dirce
resolution on ths Suex Canal. That tor.
resolution stressed the desirabil-
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he was signalled by an unidentified vessel which flew no flag but
had an Arabic name on its bow, and ordered to identify his vessel.
The Danish ship refused to comply, however, and continued on its
way.
The freighter passed through the strait at 6 a.m. (Israel time) after
riding at anchor all night in the southern approaches in order to make I
the waterfront and cheered when the beflagged freighter slowly sailed
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, right are Elliott Belson, Southeast regional director of
J Hope; Irving Lieberman, Northeast director; Rocky Mar-
i, retired world's heavyweight champion; and noted com-
b Jimmy Durante. Quarter met here recently to discuss
korning function here for City of Hope. Durante is regular
Iteer of national medical and research center for cancer
uberculosis in California.
rgest Aid to Israel
We/ Opens in Paris
Page 3-A
Reform to Mark Wise Fete
(itinued from Page 1 A
receive iti millionth
ant. Already, said Dr. Gold-
^75,000 immigrants have ar-
Isreel. Jewry's "historic
declared, is not only to
bringing into Israel tho
(emigrants who are on tho
1 to prepare Israel to re-
I another million Jews. In
[and Eastern Europe and in
East alone, ho asserted,
I still about 900,000 Jews,
I an estimated 400,000 "are
I come to Israel."
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Levi Eshkol. Israel Finance Min-
ister, declared that while the Is-
raelis "bear the full brunt of strug-
gling for their security," paying
high taxes and manning their arm-
ed services while at the same time
developing their internal economy,
they must have help from world
Jewry to meet the "increasingly
heavy burden imposed by immigra-
tion." "Israel is not building a refu-
gee camp," said Mr. Eshkol.
Eliahu Dobkin, a member of tho
Agency executive, praised tho
Polish Government for permitting
Jews to leave that country for Is-
rael and expressed the hope that
the doors might bo opened for sim-
ilar emigration of Jews from the
Soviet Union and Rumania.
The statement read for Premier
Mollet reiterated the French Gov-
ernment's stand that Israel is en-
titled to freedom of shipping
through the Suez Canal and the
Akaba waterway as well as to se-
curity on the border of the Gaza
Strip. Israel, declared Mr. Mollet,
"has the greatest right to com-
plain of lack of consideration at
the United Nations where, while it
is the smallest nation, it is the State
which has been most threatened."
Reform and Liberal congrega-
tions affiliated with the Union of
American Hebrew Congregation!
will observe Isaac Mayer Wise Sab-
bath commencing Friday night.
Wise was the founder of the
0AHC in 1873, which, in turn,
founded the Hebrew Union College
in Cincinnati in 1875. first semin-
ary for the training of rabbis in
America.
At Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach, Rabbi Leon Kronish is
giving the second in a series of
sermons entitled, 'Just What is
Liberal Judaism?" Rabbi Morris
Skop, of Temple Judee in Coral
Gables, is speaking on "Two
"WISE' Men," with reference not
only to Isaac Mayer Wise, but to
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, founder
of the second seminary for the
training of Liberal rabbis in New
York City in 1923. The two Sem-
inaries were joined in 1949, and
Dr. Nelson Glueck, world-famd
archeologist, is now president of
the combined institutions.
Rabbi Benno Wallach, of Temple
Sinai, North Miami, meeting at Car-
penter Hall, will speak on "Isaac
Mayer Wise and American Re-
form Judaism." Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard, of the South Dade Jew-
ish Center, meeting at the Univer-
sity of Miami, will speak on "Con-
tributions of Great Jews to the
American Scene," with special ref-
erence to the religious contribu-
tions of Jews to America..
Temple Israel of Miami is observ-
ing its 35th anniversary at this
Sabbath, and Dr. Joseph Narot will
speak on "The Prophet Micah,"
and Cantor Jacob Bornsteih and the
synagogue choir will present the
premiere performance of 'The
Prophecy of Micah." .
The Isaac Mayer Wise Memorial
Sabbath will be observed by the
540 Reform congregations across
the nation.
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Standard Criticized
Continued from Pago 1A
blockade against Israel. In a resolu-
tion, the organization urged action
to uphold freedom of navigation for
Israel through the Suez and Akaba
waterways.
In other action taken at the
meeting, the Congress renewed its
appeal to the State Department to
lift the travel ban to Israel. "The
United States," the appeal stated,
"is the only country in the world
that has imposed such a ban and
continues to enforce it despite the
existence of peaceful conditions
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Volume 31
Friday. March 29. 1957
2 Adar 26. 5717
Number 13
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repayment'
Silence is No Answer
The battle against bigotry is never-ending.
For those of us who look upon hate mongering
with gentlemanly aloofness and who believe
"it can't happen here," the experience back in
November of Clinton. Tenn., should serve as
ample warning.
Miami during the past few weeks has dem-
onstrated that communities, like individuals,
react to stresses and strains in different ways.
The bigot who stirred the flames of race hatred
in Clinton, and who set that city on its ear,
came to Miami to ply his same trade.
Miami showed him it had no buyers. Mi-
ami gave him the horse-laugh and the gate.
This hardly means we can lower our guard
against future incidents. The appearance in
Pensacola late last month of Rear Admiral John
G. Crommelin (ret.) is a case in point. Crom-
melin used a platform of the Daughters of the
American Revolution to attack American Jewry
and to impugn the loyalty of the Zionist Organ-
ization here.
The sharp repudiation of Crommelin's
views by Secretary of the Navy Charles S.
Thomas may not be the complete answer to
the question of how to deal with bigots. But
it is certainly better than "the silent treatment."
Doing battle against biaotry wherever it may
be found is the duty of every decent citizen.
Gentlemanly aloofness will fail in the lona run.
II we fear to dignify the bigot by righting
him, we may ultimately have nothing left for
which to fight.
The Community Proposes a New Chaplaincy
The remarkable progress that Greater Mi-
ami is making as a center for permanent set-
tlement does not overshadow the essential
source of the area's greatest attraction and
source of revenuetourism.
Winter vacations mean hundreds of thous-
A Significant ORT Birthday
Mayors of three communities here recently
cited official ORT Day.
ORT Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training has four local chapters.
They support the international group's program,
which aims at bringing vocational training to
22,000 installations in 19 countries.
ORT's "raw material" includes uprooted
Jewish refugees. Following World War It,
these were mainly Jews from Nazi-crushed
countries and from countless DP camps. Today,
they come from Hungary and Egypt.
It is ORT's purpose to teach these people a
trade so that they may become self-supporting
as rapidly as possible in their adopted home-
lands. The bulk of these Jews begin life anew
in Israel, where ORT training gives them the
independence of feeling that they are contribu-
ting to the rebirth of a nation.
This eliminates the poor psychological
orientation into which many uprooted persons
fall that they are "public charges" who need
assistance toward rehabilitation.
ORT Day in Greater Miami recently mark-
ed 30 years of activity for this organization. The
community joins its local ORT chapters in sa-
lutina American ORT Federation on a signifi-
cant birthday occasion.
ands of Americans from across the nation, who
come to bask in Miami's sub-tropical sun. They
also mean stepped-up use of our permanent
facilitieshospitals included.
For many years, tourists suddenly taken
ill have been virtually denied the spiritual com-
fort of a chaplain because of their non-affiliation
with a local congregation.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is now
moving to fill the need for a permanent chap-
laincy to service such hospitalized tourists. The
move is being made in conjunction with the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
A wise provision of the proposed chaplain-
cy is that it will not confine its services to Mt.
Sinai Hospital alone. It is intended for the
chaplaincy also to minister to the spiritual re-
quirements of hospitalized patients at Jackson
Memorial and elsewhere.
This kind of planning goes a long way
toward showing that Miami is maturing wisely
and well.
during the m>eeh
oh i mm* U m
by LEO MINDUN
A New Addition to U of M
The University of Miami is welcomina an-
other sorority on its campus. Twentv-three
coeds became charter members of Alpha Mu
chapter of Sigma Delta Tau last week.
The new addition symbolizes the raDid
pace the university is maintaininq in its phe-
nomenal progress as a center of higher educa-
tion for students from across the nation.
An international sorority, SDT will offer "a
home away from home" for Jewish coeds at-
tending the U. of M. The advent of Alpha Mu
chapter is a mutual recognition, both by the
university and Siama Delta Tau, of the mani-
fold and frequently specialized needs of its
student body.
The Rapidity of Events
Events since the conclusion of World War
II have been rapid indeed. The establishment of
new international alliances, the deterioration of
former friendships, can tend to make us forget
just what that war was about and who were its
presumable victors.
For these who care to refresh their mem-
ones, we did battle against Hitler totalitarian-
ism, and we came out on top.
w "S r**" a,,er ,he conclusion of'
World War II. Europe shows up that vanquish-
ed Germany even though divided roughly
in half among former alUes is the most pros-
perous nation on the continent. A dozen years
ago, Western leaders were seriously consider-
ing such proposals as "plowing Germany un-
der tor one hundred years.
u i C?m.e! QS aU ,he more 8hock ,her>- 'hat
the North Atlantic Treaty Organization recently
MKS L'et- ^ Hans SDeidel commander
of NATO ground forces. Speidel was Adolf
Hitler s wartime chief of staff in France.
A former Nazi butcher is now giving mili-
Zl?Zl l hisner8?.while ***- Recalling
Beraen-Beloen Dachau. Oswiechem. Buna
Monowitz and other concentration camps, we
can hardly help wondering what Speidel'. most
secret feelings are toward his new non-Aryan
command. /vm
MM
Apr*"
fHBAj
mrskjoldiupUl(^!-
*"r, general
an annual
ization in
those "brother!
get* my hackles
called samtS| m
seeking to engage in acts of indescribable humiliation,
equality. Well, if the American Jewish Committee wantrdi
its right to some old fashioned flagellation, it could have
ter way than to invite Dag to its New York conference
Unfortunately, the American Jewish Committee'
nor acts for itself. A principal organization on the Amenem
decisions and pronouncements axe invariably identified wit
munity at large. Of course, there are dissidents. But \fol
ican Council for Judaism, dissidents are in the minority!^
ed as the majority by such impartial observers as MunSf
others of his calling. 1 am not a dissident. I am a partoftJ
which, most often, is glad to be spoken for by AJC. Inaut
here deeUM such representation.
The invitation to Dag smacks too much of profesajqi
erance. Having tieen battered by him mercilessly, weir
cheek to honor himthis ii the seeming intent of the Co.
vitati.m. An alternative possibility is the one lhat motivmy
(lied B'nai B*rith back in May. W56. when it permitted Jutajf
Dulles to campaign from its platform. Under these circumsl
injured party calls heroic attention to his fairness and I
a relenting attitude from what is anticipated will be an'
guest.
a
THE RfCORD SHOWS ONt-WAY' JUSTICE
THERE IS the distinct possibility that the American Jewukl
tee would reject these suppositionswould denj |_
the American Jewish community is an injured party; would!
recognize Dag Hammarskjold as a man who has done an?)
whatsoever. In turn, J would call this heroics brought to |
of intolerable professionalism.
A.K "ommittec considers Israel a major area of its conea^
mittee also looks upon the United Nations in a similar llgktj
has figured principally in its research and educational
has the UN been ohe of its special charges. Dedicated Ml
jold has a somewhat different record:
It was the Hammarskjold report in January that i
official sanction to the term "aggression" in consideration i
Sinai-Suez campaign. Warmly welcomed by Egypt's I
the report failed to condemn, or even mention, Egypt's!
decree for eight long years. Dag insisted upon uncoa
withdrawal, but it was beyond him in January to call;
Suez Canal and Straits of Tiran blockade against Israel; I
sistence upon legal status as a belligerent; and to Egypt's 1
in the face of the 1949 Armistice Agreements.
Above all things, therefore, it was Mr. HammarskjoMi
recognition to the definition of aggression as unprovoked I
Long before the launching of the Oct 29 campalgs,]
Mixed Armistice Commission was still a recognizeabk-
largely disabled UN agent in the Middle East. Dag's'
type of justice found itself powerless to deal with Arab in
fedayeen murder but time and again condemned Israeli i
actions.
There is a clear basis in fact for the secretary gen
cently aggravated anti-Israel judgments. He has made no I
antipathies for Prime Minfster Ben Curion who. Dag
him several weeks before the Sinai-Suez campaign-'*)
posed to "preventive war." Dag thus feels he was sold oa.
..... .til
SAUCf FOR THE COOSE AND OTHER TA1ES
CONSIDER THIS "disenchantment" in the foUowingj
mer, Tito, of Yugoslavia, Nehru, of India, ana"-!
met at Brioni. The Yugoslav Information Center subsequ
ed that "relations between Yugoslavia. India and Egypt i
spirit their policy represents the most solid bridge <
understanding ." The stage was set for an Aste-AftM
down against Israel:
1. Were a proposed Tito trip here to have come ofM
advantage would be even sharper than it is today: our St
ment, in its all-out campaign to woo such 'friends'' as *
other "anti-Muscovites" like Tito, would readily betray r
principles for even the weakest anti-Communist undeNi
2. While India's Nehru continues to speak for Red f**
to join the United Nations, he worked fervently to *
the now notoriously pathetic Bandung conference, and
didly admits to refusing to enter into customary dipW
with the Jewish State because of "our contacts *_
nations (which) are very considerable of course.
with many of the claims of the Arabs their territory
3. Stalwartly supported by these rtatemen, and by AT
drenched opportunism. Nasser jumped the Suez C
and precipitated the Oct. 29 campaign.
Yet. Dag Hammarskjold never made I "i|e ',SK1
that would offend these interests. Nor has I"' '" t0
Asian leadership and its duplicity or to reveal hi> V''
toward them. Despite such cynical International <"P
achieve-* the stature of credibility because of its reia
politic-. Dag has contrarilyTound it to his liking to m" ^
trips to Cain to fawn at the feet of bandit Nasser
world peace. (-broke1
But Prime Minister Ben Gurionthe 1-raeli-ne
and became an "aggressor." .awlI
a a t^1
the w/nrtiKENCE or NurriAirrr
JUST HOW "neutral" is neutral Dag' In the ^"J^j
" the United Nations of the plight of Arab retw ^ <
Played a role that is shameful to the point of emt*rr ;
3. 1956. I.t Cof K. R. Nelson (U.S.). a rne"',*rr:' to i
staff of the UN Emergency Force, submitted ^yj4lt|
jold, which incorporated his observations following
Strip Nov. 27-30. ^Wl
Dag d.d not turn the report over to the G^"jon of
weeks, pending, as he later declared, "the circu ^
m the Director of the United Nations K,l'r, docu*
Palestine Refugees in the Near East The" .,_>
by Henry It. Labouisse, is an attack against
Israel-..
Confinves on Pt 12A


ttrreh 29. 1957
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SY. Match'
Sen. Humphrey Will Launch Bond
Campaign at Beach Affair Apr. 14
A persona, appearance by Minnesota's dynamic Sea Hubert H. ^LnTZTn.TJ^Z'
Humphrey Apr. 14 at the Hotel Fontainebleau will Highlight ana ai subcommittees,
of the 1957 campaign of the Greater Miami Co.nm.ttee for State of \< on conservation
Israel Bonds. u, I anf] ACP Compliance; Disarma-
Announcement of the visit by the liberal Democrat was made V. ed- ^^ ^^ Flshmes. REA
nesday by Jacob Sher. chairman of the Israel Bond committee Mier *sia p U; Retailing. Distribution
the mobilization meeting will launch a month long celebratior
ninth anniversary of the State of Israel.____________
A dramatic kinescope of the re-
cent national celebration of Eddie.
Cantor's 65th birthday, held in Mi-,
ami Beach, will be shown for the j
lir-t time in the South The his-
toric speech on the Middle East by
.ormer President Harry S. Truman, also .n outstanding New YoJ can-
which solidified nationwide SUp- tor. will appear in person with Sen
for Israels case before the,Humphrey to get
feature of the Bond drive off to us amm ""m |
the recent national inaugural
conference," tha chairman at-
serted.

Jan Bart, brilliant tenor who is
port
the local Israel
United Nations, is a feature of the Bond drive off to its most active
kinescoDe sUrt '" hlstorv The Greater Mi-
Entertainment by Jimmy Dur- "i breel Bond campaign was
ante. Nat King Cole. Hal March.; i-unched May 1. 1961 and the pur-
George Jessel. Shelley Winters, chases of bonds by Miamians has
Gloria De Haven and Cantor him- played a major role in moving Is-
rael along
self is the principal
film, Sher said.
part of the
"We made a strong effort to
obtain this kinescope, bacausa so
many members of our commun-
ity wara unabla to be invitad to
the road to economic
independence. Sher pointed out.
Elected to the United States
Senate in 1948 and reelected in
; 1954, Sen. Humphrey serves on the
following Senate committees: Agri-
culture and Forestry. Foreign Re-
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During his eicjht years In tha
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eral programs and legislation for
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In foreign affairs. Sen. Hum-
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Communsra can be eliminated, "if
we strengthen our economic and
military ties with the democratic
nations of the world and support
their efforts to create positive pro-
grams of action toward interna-
tional peace."
The Senator is an active advo-
cate of the Point Four program,
the Reciprocal Trade Policy, the
Mutual Security pacts, including
the North Atlantic Treaty, and the
Marshall Plan. He is a sponsor
of the Wheat for India and Pa-
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"J~"""^firy Paqe 7-A
Dr. Davis to Speak at Seminary Affair Here
Dr. Moshe Davis. urovosl nf h > .-^j._.. .. *
jafi I^HKB
Dr. Moshe Davis, provost of the!
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, will be guest speaker at'
a Temple Emanu-El dinner In be-
half of the Seminary on Wednes-
day, Apr. 10, at the Fontainbleau
hotel, it was announced by Dave
Levinson, Temple Bmanu-El Sem-
inary chairman.
Dr. Davis has a distinguished
record as a leader in the cultural
and educational activities of the
American Jewish community.
Widely known aa an authority on
.Jewish life in this country," Dr.
Davis is the author of basic studies
in the field of American Judaism.
prmldMta of T.mpl. Emanu-El, i
will rae.lv. citation, from Dr.i
D.vi. "for th.ir d.vot.d service to
T.mpl. Em.nu-EI and to the com-
munity in .dv.ncing th. cum of
th. religious and cultural tradi-1
tion. of Judaism."
Of. MOSHt DAVIS
Harry Sirkin, Jowph M. Rom and
Mayor H. Frankol. honorary I if.
IS. Feels Egypt Will
Play Ball on Shipping
Continued from Pago 1A
| considers herself at war with
I Jewish State.
eanwhile. a senior official of
(Israel Foreign Ministry charg-
Jiere that what is happening in
iza Strip, in the light of what
Nations secretary general
|Haainiar. kjoid had said would
i place Ihere following Israel's I
jdfawal. tppl isches an inter-1
h ax' and is creating in'
| of confidence
i Nations.
al told the press that
umption based
Sammarskjold's report to
jingery Refugees
lin UM Studies
penjy Hungarian refugee stu-
p.snl get their chance to learn
i^h.and become a useful part
nerican society at the Univer-
)f Miami, president Jay F. W.
Pj_ajinounced Wednesday.
1 20, who will receive full
ttships for one year, are in
Kilmer, N.J., but will arrive
[Saturday. First day of classes
peduled for Apr. 1. "The
i of study is for English only,"
wen Mitchell, field secretary
fw International Rescue Corn-
said.
the General Assembly that military
and civilian administration would
be transferred exclusively to the
United Nations, "there was not one
single hour of exclusive United Na-
tions responsibility for the adminis-
tration of Gaza."
The Foreign Ministry official
listed day-by-day developments in
th. Gat. Strip to support an im-
plication that th. United Nations,
brok. faith with Isra.l it did
nothing effective to s.t up United
Nations administration of th. ere*
and it pr.v.nt.d completion of dis-
cussion* on continuing ties between
Israel and Gaza.
.r their study is ended,
will go to universities all
' country, provided thoy
Ponsorsd. If they are spon-
by someone in this ar.a,
old be readmitted to th.
*/tV of Miami. A y.ar i.
I""., but time pasM. fa.t,
*' trying to find sponsors
"m even now."
Mudents have had some
EnRl,sh language training
Kilmer, but it js not ade.
"1wh as vet. Mrs. Mitchell
New York headquarters nf the
United Nations, the official as-
serted, is responsible for mislead-
ing reports on actual conditions in
the r,a?a Strip today in an effort to
create the impression that lh UN
force is still in control there. Actu-
ally/according to (bis'official, "UN
EF is stationed only along the de-
marcation lines while administra-
tion is already in Egyptian hands."
The opening of a nationwide
campaign to force the Israel Gov-
ernment to go to the people in an
election on the issue of its with-
drawal policy, was announced in
Tel Aviv by Menahem Beigin, head
of the Herut party. At the same
time, Mr. Beigin declared that no
Israel soldiers would ever fire .on
UN troops stationed in the Gaza
Strip, giving rise to the interpreta-
tion here that his demands for "re-
liberation" of the Gaza Strip are
not meant for immediate action.
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Dr. Davis is co-director of the
American Jewish History Center
with Dr. Allan Nevins, professor of
American history at Columbia Uni-
versity, and will serve with Dr.
Nevins as co-editor of the series of
community studies which the Cen-
ter is preparing. In the spring of
1956, Dr. Davis received a Gug-
genheim Fellowship which he will
bse to pursue his studies of the de-
velopment of the Jewish tradition
in America.
Serving with Levinson on the
Temple Emanu-El Seminary com-
mittee are Max Boderman, Joseph
Cohen, Irving Cypon, Samuel N.
Friedland, Charles Fruchtman, Jen-
nie Grossinger, Samuel J. Halperin,
Joseph M. Lipton, Leo Robinson,
Jacob Spund, George Talianoft anu
Gus Trau.
Dr. Davis has twice been invited
to lecture in Israel on American
Jewish history. In 1950, he deliv-
ered a course of lectures at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem. Last
summer, on the occasion of the Tre-
centenary celebration, Dr. Davis
returned to Israel, where he lec-
tured at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem, Haifa, Tel Aviv and in
a number of other cities and set-
tlements in Israel.
Prior to hi. appointment as pro-
vost in October, 1951, Dr. D.vi. had
served for six y.ar. as dean of th.
Seminary'* Teachers Institute and
College of J.wi.h Studies. Under
hi. direction, th. Teachers In-
stitute established th. Leaders
Training Fellowship, a national
program for high school boy. and
girls preparing for lay and profes-
sional leadership in J.wi.h life;
and th. Camp Ramah movement, a
network of Hebrew-speaking suum-
m.r camp, for outstanding Jewish
youngsters.
He was among the founders of
the first Hebrew-speaking summer
camp, Camp Massad. Dr. Davis
served as the first program editor
iof the award-winning "Eternal
Light" radio program, the weekly
series broadcast under the aus-
pices of the Seminary over a coast-
to-coast network of NBC, and the
Seminary's TV program, "Fron-
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Pledgees Who Don't
Pay Up Endanger '57
CIA Campaign Outcome
A potential of nearly one-half million dollars in contributions to the
Combined Jewish Appeal must still be collected, it was announced at a
workers rally of the Flying Squadron Sunday in the Algiers hotel.
Abe Kurman. chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal trouble
shooting unit, disclosed that 1956 -----------
donors who gave $445,324 to the | sis sai^ combined Jewish Appeal
drive have not yet made their pled- jchairman John Serbin. addros-m-
ges in the current campaign.
He declared that this life sav-
ing sum of money, plus the extra
gifts to the emergency rescue
fund, appeared to be "lost" to the
campaign, due to the serious
shortage of volunteers.
members of the CJA Squadron.
The campaign chairman reiterat
ed that the drive is only half
through, and that many thousands
of contributors are simply waiting I
for t'ie Combined Jewish Appeal
volunteers to visit their home and
office so that they can make their
1957 contribution.
Report after report from various
divisions indicated that lack of
workers prevented coverage of
these potential givers and hamper-
ed forward progress of the cam-
paign at its present critical stage.
Triple Giving
"Unless men and women in all
campaign divisions come forward
to do their share of this humani-
tarian job we may as well admit j conducts its drive in the manner
failure in this year of historic cri! found to be most efficient and ef
"It would be tragic to curtail
welfare services in our commun-
ity at the Jewish Centers, at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, and
in other local institutions be-
cause of a shortage in volunteer
help," Kurman stated.
"The Combined Jewish Appeal
Denver Ouster Held
To be 'Sour Grapes'
Continued from Page 1 A
ish Theological Seminary, where
Rabbi Winer was ordained, for
help in settling the dispute with
the rabbi, and that the congrega-
tion accepted the Denver Anti-
Defamation League office as an
arbitrator.
'The conereeation could not
accept a Beth Din of the Semin-
ary' because there were no ideo-
logical or religious questions in-
volved." Mr. Katz said. "The issue
was between the BMH and Rabbi
Winer and involving the public
relations of our community"
Rabbi Winer, who now lives in
Baldwin, L.I., filed a $425,000 law-
suit for damages against a Denver
baking firm as a sequel to his de-
parture from Denver.
Rabbi Winer charged he was
fired from the BMH pulpit as a
result of a controversy created by
his endorsement of cookies of the
company as kosher when they
contained animal fat. He charged
that the cookies, which he recom-
mended for a fund-raising sale by
members of the Conservative
synagogue's Women's League,
were misrepresented to him by
company officials and contained
ingredients violating the Jewish
Dietary Laws, without his knowl-
edge.
Another Denver rabbi. Earl
Stone, has publicly urged Rabbi
Winer to drop the lawsuit for rea-
sons of "Jewish propriety and re-
sponsibility to the good name of
the Jewish community."
0> IrM eV* W*r-ir$'*a**n
frctivc in 19 years of fund raising:
through the individual contact by
the Comlmi.ci Jewish Appeal work-
er." he empha-i/' I
In quoting from the latest cam-
paign progress report Kurman fur-
ther disclosed that the "missing
contributors" from last year have
it in their power to bring the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal totals to the
$1,800,000 mark simply by repeat-
ing their previous gift.
"However, this is one year when
Miamians must triple their giving
to meet our historic goalsand this
formula must be the order of the
Third meeting of the Flvine
Snuadron was to have been held
Thursday evening at the Seville
hotel.
Treasure Island Drive
Some 300 Jewish families resid-
ing on Treasure Island. Miami
Beach, will shortly launch their
own "miniature campaign" in be-
half of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Mayor Clemen Ehrlich has ac-
cepted the post of Treasure Island
general chairman in the forthcom-
ing drim
Aistina the Treasure Island
area with compaign techniques will
be David Phillips and Arnold See-
der, members of the CJA Flying
Squadron, which acts as liaison be-
tween the CJA cabinet and the
various working areas throughout
Dade county.
"We will seek 100 percent par-
ticipation in the drive this year,"
said Ehrlich, outlining plant for
the drive in his community.
"Treasure Island was very near
100 percent last year, and we
believe we will make it in 1957,
in view of the desperate emer-
gency which now faces our fel-
low-Jews overseas."
First official move of the chair-
man was the appointment of work-
ing committees which arranged a
community-wide luncheon event
Sunday noon.
The campaign committee includ-
ed Macy Alexander, Morris Fen-
ster. Dr. Eli Galitz. Leonard Green-
hood, Joseph Ingria. Harold' Kay,
Max Lewis. Bernard Lowenthal,
Mitchell Potter. Paul Press. Sam
Richman. Sam Robinson, San Sklar
and Dan Tabas.
Fridc
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with gat. oil and insurance fur-
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at lower rates. We deliver.
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MARRIAGE CUSTOMS
AND TRADITIONS
A1VSBT DISIIlim < IIHPAir
Cover page of a new booklet
describing emotionally rich ar_J
beautiful customs and rituals o
the Jewish wedding. Booklet
was preparaKl by Ruth Jacobs,
writer for Jewish newspapers
radio and television. Published
by the Joseph Jacobs Organiza-
tion for Calvert Distiller*; Co., a
free copy is yours for the ask-
ing at: Tubie Resnik. Calvert
Distillers Co., 305 Lexington
Ave.. New York 17. N.Y.
Reeourcee
Over
100.000,000.00
Savings and Loan Association
LArtOEST .no OLDEST IN MIAMI II.CM
Lincoln Road at Washington Avonuo
665 Washington A*. 71$t qnd Hardi||g ^
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
and YOUB M Alti;s r MAILBOX!
PAULM.
BRUUN
OVER -S
444 YEARS TOO LATE: Had Peace de Leon discovert
in 1M7 instead ef 444'years earlier, i. isij. he '? -
the Fountain of Yoelal for which he sailed .round thr J**
weald save had b.( te anchor at Harbor Wand Z T 5
vessel M the dock, of ear of (he world'. mM beauti, .il?
Harbor Island Spa, and there, b, simply foowi J1"**'
inviting rules ef the game, set a aew long dsu.ee'_***'
longevity. mm*
Into what was a popular hotel and cabana colony
Larry J. Paskow has poured a million dollars and pricelesi in
w.th a result that has him groggy. At the formal open!T
sent beautiful floral decorations to the president, supreme
from those paying pea k-of the -season rates.
What is there abort this establishment which makes it --
of such attention? The aaswer is that the Harbor Ma* Si??'i
equipped to provide mere mortal, with a better way ef nT
is designed to aid these who are overweight. It j$ drticaw I I
combine and utilise the nataral resources ef oar sunshine ud tr*>
teal climate with these factor, proven through the )ein tTh
aids to aatare. for one comma*, purpose, that man sad w-
may live a laager aad toiler Hie. .
"Bruun Over Miami" is no different from others He
pleasure in visiting and taking the treatments offered by the vtn
spas around the country. He recognizes the advantages which
company the doing of the same thing with others who art
concentrating on lengthening life.
Fh-. there Is a very madam aad functional hotel is u e*>
acre settiag of magnificent waterfroatage and tropical spltta*.
There is a cabana coloay which deesa't take a back seat u an
is the area. The lecaliea Is sack that the areas finest effmah I
are never very far away. It is located so as to provide ran*
risers with istacaifieent sunrises and those who enjoy the Ian
hours saasets that they will sever forget.
There are bedroom-cabana combination villas for those who t
pool and bay side living, where a king-sized swimming pool is
a few steps away. There are rnagnificent professional tennis c
and ls-hole championship golf courses but short drives away.
Bat, I caa hear you say, what is all the fass about? Wei. I if,
teB yea. The United Hotels, which also owas the "ilbar Outi
Desert Iaa ia Lag Vegas, Nevada, has spared so expense is Minor,
a health pavilion that Is a soeasare to the eyes aad Gad"i (t |
to sagging figures.
I am told that this is the only spa except the original.
you wiU find authentic Carlsbad mineral water of world-wale _
In addition, the Spa drilled iU own well and tapped Florida's wll
underground supply of mineral water.
Ia this aew pavilion are modern massage rooms, _
Turkish steam baths aad cahiaets. with adequate department*
both men aad women. There are tubs ia which to assert as j
famed mineral waters, therapy tabs, shower aad locker IkM^
and two gymnasiums. They are each eqolpped with both rtettr"
aad manually operated rowing machines, treadmills, sicyrks, u. ,
hrattag and invigorating machiasi of si descriptions, te aaiet n 1
need, of those who waat to espead their owa energy or tar tans^j
who desire Reddy Kilowatt to do their exercising lor them.
Before you can become a member of the big happy soi si 1|
operative family which comprises the distinguished guest Hst I'
Harbor Island Spa. you have to agree to the principles on whirtr
establishment is founded. First, you must submit to thorough (L-J
examinations by members of the Spa's medical staff. Bess
in their chosen field, in consultation with dietitians and
therapists, prescribe the treaments to be taken.
The meals are made attractive. The chef knows erSat each
is permitted and with an appetizing alternate in the entree'
your food needs and selections are anticipated for you.
Larry Paskow is no newcomer to the improved -
Arid. It was under his and the Edell Bros, leadership thai
butol skyrocketed to a position of Mich Importance that Ret*
Drugs purchased it for $5 million. ViUmlns play in \*t*
tant part in the dally diet of guests at the Harbor IsUnd ?fc
Planned entertainment Is a part of the living at t*i> Spa.
five of each week's nights abuadantly filled with activities *
desiring to participate. There are class dance lessons,
participation games, nights when headline entertainers ai
and once each week, guests will be taken to
thejeroa*"*.
a leatkaf asKv*l
"* vsanvu wttR, |(UC13 Will !? lam w w>
night club as port of the prescribed therapy. Ob these,*
the food to be eaten and the beverages to be drunk 1
.right along with the guests, -and served piping h
as prescribed. The cocktails contain no alcohol
The psychology bark of all this is elementary. It itj
what is being done by everyone. Aad ia the welgit-l
anent. comaottlioa makes K a game, hast as is tennis m
And with all tills, you have all the delights of M
and a new roof solarium is being erected to make it
attractive.
Special attention is being paid to details, of #H
ample speaks better than words. While milady uW"t.
body massage, she is also receiving a Pink Ice facul, wmm
one of the products which Paskow and Morton ,Me" "Jj
prominence through their advertising and promotion ww
Sare Tooy Bennett and the Riti Brothers were *"1"Jw1
they posed for photographers as make-believe doctors ia* (
of the steam cabinets. Bat those goests already b*"'vj"f
trratmeats aad care haow that many a troth h '
reduced waistlines aad straightened shaaldcrs and asore
steps talk loader than do a aailUea words. o1ttrtfH
Yes. it is a pity that Ponce de. Leon discw*'*L ^ a l|
years before he could have really shared in the anostnBBBOBBB
Fountain of Youth.
as fwaturwd in
THE MIAMI BEACH SUN
HARBOR ISLAND i*d
HAWOi ISUND, ON TRI 7th SUItT UMiPUkt. *
Peter Ross. General Manaaor Larry Paskow. rVonnl
PL 1-T561


LUferchj?. 1957.
* Lc~Uh n^rlrli^r
iScue Month' mil
\limax Pivotal Push;
IN Executive Slated
bmbincd Jewish Appeal campaign leaders have designated Apr. 8
8 as -combined Jewish Appeal Rescue Month" and Wednesday
| an urgent call to residents of Dade county to help in the des-
, |jfe-saving effort,
hairman John Serbin said that world Jewry, long accustomed to
Page 9-A
H through their history,
L- aroused to the plight of a
avl, of refugees in Europe
[e Middle East."
i$ unfortunate that Greater
rtid*n,s have forootton the
i, of Hitler so won, and ap-
||ukwerm to this requoat for
" In the interetts of coniorv-
npower and to av* as many
possible, we aro now eiked
[the job in this 30-day period
to do it swiftly and oMee-
n was joined by Sam J.
in and Mrs Louis Glasser, co-
nen of an Apr. 8 "Rescue As-
ly" scheduled for Miami
Auditorium, in an all out
[for cooperation by the com-
e arithmetic for rescue is
k this: Miami has pledged to
j 1.500 lives out of the 100,-
|ow streaming out of Hungary,
jt. and several of the Iron Cur-
I countries. It costs $1,000 to
(for each refugee. To save our
i of 1.500 lives at $1000 each,
lust raise $1,500,000," they ex-
Ed.
Triple Them*
| Miami Beach type "spectac-
1 in every sense of the world,
blue with music, drama and a
[of nearly 150 actors and solo-
1 will headline the "CJA Res-
assembly" on the evening of
tai Kidron, Israel's Minis-
Plenipotentiary to the United
.wul.be principal speaker.
colorful and original "Free-
| Cantata" expressing the time-
ile-tbemes of "Exodus, Res-
| and Liberation "is due for a
Id premiere here under the di-
rection of Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Dramatic Innovation*
Through the wizardry of thea-
ter-craft, light and color, the big
audience will be taken first to Mar-
seilles, France, then to Israel, and
finally back to the United States,
visiting with Jewish refugee fam-
ilies at a typical seder.
The technical details of that*
special scenic effects have boon on
the drawincj-boards for weeks, it
ha* boon disclosed by Heiman and
Mrs. L. Glasser. Through an orig-
inal piece of stage planning and
with the aid of amplified narra-
tor's voices, swift changes of mood
and setting will bo achieved.
Some of the dramatic innovations
to be seen are being unveiled for
the first time in this area, it has
been announced by Cantor Kele-
mer's production committee. Vol-
unteers are still needed to work
with this unit and assist with the
ing for the thousands of person*
who wish to participat* in the im
portant event.
"Ticket requests have been un-
usually heavy this past week," Hei-
man announced, "but there are still
many seats available. It's first
come, first servedno seat reser-
vations are possible, but we shall
issue exactly 3,700 tickets, whicb
is the auditorium capacity."
Leading way in Greater Miami's biggest fund drive in local
history are these prominent members of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Flying Squadron. Chairman Abe Kurman (right) is
pleased with substantial gift increases noted in signed pledges
turned in by Ehiel Lesowoder, Oscar Mamber and M. J. Kopelo-
witz.
hundreds of details involved in this
type of dramatic presentation.
There will be three types of free
admission tickets, the attendance
committee disclosed this Week. "Re-
served" tickets will admit organiz-
ation-leaders to special seats on the
main floor of the auditorium. Gen-
eral admission tickets, of another
color, will be provided for seating
in the lower balcony and orches-
tra. A third category will admit
CJA and Federation officers, gov-
ernment officials, speakers, secur-
ity-police, and members of- the
press and TV.
Admission to the Apr. 8 rally is
absolutely free, it Is being empha-
sized by tho Rescue Month offi-
cials. However, numbered tickers
have boon prepared to insure seat-
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pday evening at the Roney
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LEGAL NOTICE
I- -
'in the
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT. IN THE CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. ELEVENTH JUDIC
FLORIDA. IN PROIATE No. 40J6i FLORIDA IN AN
In l;, ESTATE OF ; COUNTY. IN CHAM
In li, ESTATE OF
SIDNEY I lK,
11.,..,.. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All "i .-.In.: i ana .111. H.iv
Ins Claim. .T Demands Afalnal HaM
KMate:
V CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 198621.
NELLIE I.I KM.A STERNE,
plaintiff,
EDWIN ADAM STI.IINK.
I .-1-ml*.iil
ORDER TO APPEAR
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAJ.
1.1.Ml
N,,,!T MUMih'"
"ha
SERVICE
u
. .v. ........Jn ei*m ii.'ii'iii ...-.-
month, from the date .if the flrai pah- J*'**
Mention hereof Bald oUims or de-i-
mand-. t.i contain the leg**' !.d.l> i
Dh- laimant anil I., be aworn to and
pr.-jtenteri as aforeaat.l, or IMN ol
l.i kirred. See Section 73J.1* of the
lit! Probate A. t
Dated March J*. A !> r7
THK FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OF MIAMI Hv J S I ".moan.
K II I.KATHERMAN. Clerk
i.r Clrcull Curt.
Bj JuAS kNEEDSM, Depot) il. k.
S/1I-29. t/S-ll
KABBI JOU CtffEN
NOTICE UNOC*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
..... 'T |..',;VVi ."';' I NOTICE IK HEREBY HIVEN that
..NMitor of ih. i..t Will and ,h* undemlgned. dealrlna to enaaae In
utor of the La*t Will and bu,,n, undl.r thr ,.,,,, n(,me f
CLUB CALYI'BO at 8 Hiav.-iyne
North "ilu^j ^?. b2J
o realvter
SPSS* m
IIA VV. V "<"">
A,.orney\,!r fgg*
Rabbi Geffen
In Miami Area
Testament of
KIDNEY USE, I >.
I.MYElfS. REDMAN a KAPLAN
'Attorney* fur Executor.
lj/. 4/5-12-19.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrln. to engage In
i lalnaaa under the fictitious name of
JET BLECTROLY8I8 t Hunting!..n
Bide, .Miami. Florida, Intend! to ran
later said name Woth the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ol i :\. Hot Ida
ANNE I.KVINK
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW

Rabbi Joel S. Geffen. national
director of field activities and com-,
munity education of the Jewish i i-'-'
Theological Seminary of America,
was in the Greater Miami area
Mar. 25 and 26 to address Seminary
committees in Conservative con-
pregations Samuel J. Haloerin is r
soutn Honda Seminary chairman, tendi .aid nun. nh th.-
'Rabbi Geffen me. with the
committees to discuss problems
relating to the vn;.co-ue and the
Jewish community and to acquaint
members wi'h the activities of the
schools and deoartments cf the
Seminary," Halperin declared.
Before coming to the Seminary,
; founded Temple Beth
El in Troy, N Y an I m.....I for
- its sniritual l< k r Pre-
vious to lh.il. he founded Temple '
Beth El in Harrisburg. Pa and re- '
mained there i ir-.
I l.l M I ALiriWI ill OX7 rumayin
Blvd.. Miami. Florida. Intend* to rea/l-
fter .aid name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court of Da.le County. Florida.
100*V ownerCalypao Enter|>rlae*.
Inc (a Fla. coi |h.ration!
SHIRLEY WOOl.K
Attornej for Applicant
420 Lincoln K.l Miami Beach, Fla.
.'-. I ;.-12
NOTICt UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
I he uuderida-ned. .leal ring to engage in
liunlnek.4 under Ihe f l.i IT i. him name of
KAIII.E FASHIONS at 17 N.K 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend* to
register wild name with the Clerk of
tin circuit Court of Dade Count!
Plorlda. w*
LEW SA1II.E, S.,l,. Pron
BERNARD HUTNER
Attorney for Applicant
I'- (ilympla Bide
3/22-, 4/5-12
NOTICE UNDER .
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE.N that
the undersigned, dcslrlnf ty enarace In
li.ikluea* under the flctltlou* name of
AAA BCONOMT PAPER A 8CPPLY
COMPANY (Not Inc.) at M N.E. I7th
St.. Miami Intend* to reglater *ald
.l,.'Lifc,^C',rk of ,b Circuit
LoOJt or Dad* CouatT. Florida.
Attorftaw for jKtteant
I?" Lincoln Road.
l/li-H n / _____________________
NOTICE UntOER "-----
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that
the undemujrned, daalrina to enaraae In
Iniklnek* under the flctltlou* name of
lioNI-SIE APARTMENTS at aa70 juuicial
Byron Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, OR DADE COUNTY r'J-JI
Intend* to re*later aald name with the .CHANCERY. No. mm?*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
th.- iinii. i-ikh.-.i deatrlns lo angaa** la
bulnoaa under the flctltloui name ol
I.MKI' ILKA ill ,.n. Illvd ,
Miami, Florida, IntendJ to raerlater
raid name wRb ri;.- dark ..f th< dr>
'cT^oSTSa
g^M-'lll^S-
I-INES. AA\ Miivi'viJ*l
AA ALI.STATE^'^V,1
7th treel MuJJflBS
FOR DADE COUNTY il
inteno* to reiater aald name with the CHANCERY. Na. mm*"
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ,.^NTICE OF PUBLJCT
County, Florida. L.UCA SlltlAN U0UC*T
LII.I.IAV Hi'wiriv 1-1,. It.i iff
LILLIAN 8U8KI.V.
TAI.IA.VOFF A WALLER
Attorney* for Applicant.
I tt-tt, 4 :.-i2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai f''"' M1""' "l,h ,hl' Ctort of th. i ir
the underalaned, dealrlni l In ,''"'' ''"' Dade County, Florida.
.... mder ihe Hctll ..f '""' '"', -" Enterprlae*
REDLAND MoToR PARTS :> U N .,,,....._ ,'"' '' '"' COrpOnMloa)
. ; .-llll.l.l > 0/OOL.F
Mada to ragiater aald nanu with the v''" 'f> '"' *PPhcanl
County, Florida.
. HEODORE ARCH

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'ICE is HEREBY OIVE.N thai

WRKo ,-rrri.v m i in \i...,
x mend to r.
a lth ihe Clerk ..I ihi
in of Dai
l:
.1 II RINOER
N'ew Advil Courses
S.'ofed by Beocfi Branch
New .iTitilt cla*
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
18 HfcREBI OIVI !
I di ulrlrm
nd< r ihe flctltlou* n*
IMEDICAI, M:T- : |N|r ... :,; Weal
now heir- -' Mlnml ,n'' '' '
,, c '" M "* '"f .'iid name uiih Hi.- Clerk of ih
offered at the Bench Branch of the I Dade Coa i.
Greater Miami Jewish CommiinJtj "" M "x
Center. 1536 Bay rd
An advanced course in bridge
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
instruction will be conducted as a '. '"'.' K !? HI''-'''-v oiven thai
series of eight lessons and will be g-n^^T'VnV^lt.oua'n.
held on successive Thursday nichts. i ,'.ld':Tl.'.-l>'.K ''"''^ TVBDTO ,,
Th.s activity will be handled by K, ^
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstritch. !.'''k "'._>" Circuit Court ol :
In addition, a beginners and ad-
vanced group in Latin American
dancing will begin as soo- as a
sufficient number of coupk
up. according to Arnold Piskin,
Branch supervisor.
County. Kl
INDUSTRIAL HOBE
ci i IN.
HARRY B SMITH
for Appl
l Lincoln R
* RUBBER
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
v. F.CTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that
thaundi
JJE OS al w
Florida Int. nd
;
i mi. i ..f rindi I ni F
AMMERMA> ,r
n Rd Ml la I
____NOT CE UNDER
v. .^CTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY HI, EN lhal
& M SI M.\-- .
I I" IN and Al. S sin ttvicr
h. Fla i
md n
cull i ..nit of Dade C
U.VISI sin
_,___NOT CE UNDF.R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN ,!,:,,
i. at Mown and 6th An n le
rtead. Fla., Im
.-..li n
HARRY -OR ASH
, RORERT MANN
ovlta Aroaovlta
neyi for Applicant*
I fr-12'It.
NOTICE UNDER
... F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
_NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
im -r^J,C.E BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUTftc
FLORIDA IN MioVok&ZVcZJir.
TV. IN CHANCERY. NO. 197747-E
SUIT fob DivriRrc
ELIJAH BOOKER DIV0RCE
PhUntttf
1 n
BERNICE f* >K
lint
TO: BERNICE RODKER
,. ,:
M-I.M.N. |..
NOTICE TO APPFAD
sr,:,;,,,:xfj. ML-g^T^"
LOUISE MURPHY
danl
TO: LOUISE MURPHY
.: Barton Street W
Hamilton
Ontar*
; N'OTIFHCDtha.
' w". an v./u';,''
' copv Your_ TmSSr'S*.....
i.'h. n.i.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
: tni d, '! -il in | .. -i .

BUTLER Wll.snv SPECIALTT
i.a. 10 j.v Court, Mi-
ami, l lol i l.i. in- .
Clerk ..i
Court ol
CANS I D, INC

I
IN COUNTY JUDGES" COURT. DAD6
COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 35790-B
\ti: ih
EVA OBHEROFF
11., .
NOT CE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la ii.-i. i.> given 1I1..1 I have
nied in. rim! report and p-titl..n for
Final Dlwharae itor ..f the
of EV \ 1 ISHERl IFF, ,1.
an 1 thai on th.- mh da) of Api
*'"' .....> lo the Honorable I'
Dowllnc County Judge of Dadi Coun-
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March 29, 1957
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Page 11-A
spotlight on Bermuda and Cairo as Israel Hopes for Peace
LtrUSAI-EM (JTA>-Israe! has
Mied the world that another
Idle East War would be the un-
Uable consequence of a be-
K-al of the security assurances on
ch final Sinai withdrawal was
. This week Israel awaited the
o'me of deliberations at Ber-
Ua and in Cairo.
ri,e two key personalities in tne
did spotlifiht continued to be
[me Minister David Ben Gunon
fllrael and Dictator Abdel Gamal
tier of Egypt
Gurion mad* himself avail-
to a variety ef news services
literate tha same warning: la-
dots not want te go to war
lin to protect its hard-won secur-
Isratl believat that tha first re-
ansibility is that of tha United
I'iens, where tha withdrawal
ula worked out with tha Eisen-
Administration was givan at
implicit approval. If tha UN
nnot work out satisfactory meas-
of security, than tha Eisen-
Administration must act.
if no outside action la taken,
il will assume the burden.
Dictator Nasser remained inac-
isible to western newsmen but
t it be known that he had no
tion of yielding on his un-
pditionai control of the Suez
nal. >oon to be opened by United
ption- technicians for full tran-
Almost casually, Nasser let
stern statesmen know that Is-
rh shipping would remain bar-
on the legislative basis of
(ypt's "claim of belligerency"
BinM Israel.
IN Secretary General Dag Ham-
irskjold went to Cairo to haggle
Nasser on a numDer oi points,
^tiding Egypt's fast play on re-
option of civil administration of
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Dr. William Haber. of Ann
Arbor, Mich., has been re-
elected president of American
ORT Federation. He was spe-
cial advisor an Jewish Affairs
to Gen. Lucius Clay in Ger-
many in 1948. Previously, in
1939, he had organized the
National Refugee Service and
was its first executive di-
rector.
the Gaza Strip. He was understood
to have agreed, in conversations
with Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
eign Minister, and Ambassador
Abba Eban, to put to Nasser the
question as to whether the Egyp-
tian dictator was prepared to yield
his claimed "right of belliger-
ence." Mr. Hammarskjold bad in-
sisted, however, on his right to put
the question his way, a stipulation
which gave rise to forebodings.
Mr.- Hammarskjold also was
scheduled to raise the issue of the
six-points UN formula for Suez
Canal operation approved by Egypt
before the October British-French-
Israeli campaign. The principal
point was agreement that operation
of the Canal should be insulated
from national politics. Nasser was
understood to have decided that the
October military action had can-
celled the agreement.
Also up for discussion was a re-
port that Nasser had decided not to
press his luck in ousting United
Nations Emergency Force units
from control positions in the Gaza
Strip. The Egyptian dictator appar-
ently felt, on second thought, that
UNEF would be a useful shield to
screen him from any Israeli ef-
forts to reoccupy the Strip, a strong
likelihood if heavy fedayeen raids
into Israel were resumed.
The Middle East was only one
of the issues considered in the
talks in Bermuda involving Presi-
dent Eisenhower. British Prime
Minister Harold MacMillan, Secre-
tary of State John Fbster Dulles
and British Foreign Secretary Sei-
wyn Lloyd. Initial reports indicat-
ed that the primary point of dis-
agreement was between the British
view that Nasser could not be trust-
ed to either accept or carry out any
agreement with the western coun-
tries and the American view that
Nasser would agree to a "reason-
able settlement."
Some light was shed by two
events on Israeli judgment of the
meaning of post-withdrawal devel-
opments for the pledges of secur-
ity given Israel.
One was a letter from Ben Gur-
ion to settlers in the Gaza Strip
border villages, the principal vic-
tims of Nasser's guerilla raiders
before the Sinai campaign.
Making it plain he believed that
the Eisenhower Administrations
would not have hesitated to impose
alt-out sanctions in the withdrawal
impasse, Ben Gurion ordered with-
drawal not because of faith in
President Eisenhower's personal
pledge but for a much more prac-
tical reason.
The Prime Minister told the set-
tlers that he feared Canada and
France would be unable, in the
event of total American sanctions,
to continue to sell Israel arms, par-
ticularly jet fighters. To assure
continued deliveries of weapons,
Ben Gurion wrote, he ordered
withdrawal.
Tha other event was a charge by
a senior official of the Israeli For-
eign Ministry that what was hap-
pening in the Gaza Stripmeasur-
ed against whet Mr. Hammarskjold
had said would occur after Israel'
withdrawalwas tantamount to e
"international hoax." He adde
that the Gaza Strio developments
were creating in Israel a serious
loss of confidence in the UN.
The official asserted that con-
trary to the assumption based on
Mr. Hammarskjold's report that
military and civilian administration
would be Denied ixc'usivcly '.o
UNEF, ".l.are was noi only
hour of exclusive N rasp m ...... j
for the surainistration ai 3j-j. '
Imp'--1-- -'"'' hat ,- "N
broke faith with Israel, he said, the
UN did nothing effective to set up
a UN administration and that it
prevented completion of discus-
sions on continuing ties between
Israel and Gaza.
In its own test of assurances on
free transit through the Tiran
Strait controlling access to the Gulf
of Akaba and the port of Elath,
Israel sent a freighter, the Pan-
dor, from Elath through the Strait.
Egypt could not interfere because
UNEF, "there Was not one single
Sharm el Sheikh area overlooking
the Strait but there had been fears
that Saudia Arabia, which has guns
on its side of the strait, might inter-
vene. There were no incidents,
however.
There was one token of Eisen-
hev/er Admihictration JBfrxl faith:
White House annoifjfed form-
at Weltend that tallrrhad'been
resumed on resumption of eco-
nomic aid which had been suspend-
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lewi^fhrkMatl _
Frida
lasser, Mangold WiH ^^
In Memory of Zionist Van Straaten
Burnett Roh. president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, Wed-
nesday announced the appointment
of Leonard H. C.lasser. Miajni
Beach architect .as chairman Of
the 1957 annual dinner on Sun-
day. May 5. at the Waldman Crown
hotel tziven in memory of Alex Van
Straaten. longtime Zionist and com-
munity leader who would have
celebrated his 72nd birthday thi>
year.
the
Roth also announced
P-
late leader ittob* horwed," Hm
newly appointed chairman said.
Glnsser was recently appointed
chairman of Pioneers Diiy of the
President's Council, which is sched-
uled for June. He is present chair-
man of the Red Croas Construction
Industry of Miami Beach, a mem-
ber of Mahi Temple. Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. American
Legion Post 85 and Hibiscus Lodge.
In the past he was chairman of the
Jewish National Fund and co-chair-
pointment of Maxwell Mangold at' man of the Bonds for Israel cam-
cochairmen to assist Glaiser "in paign.
Mangold was organizer of the
first "Zionist Sabbath" of Florida
in 19550. which was proclaimed by
the late Gov. McCarthy. Formerly
cochairman of the National Con-
making the dinner the mott suc-
cessful In Zionist history of this
area."
Newly-appointed co-chairmen of function May 5 honoring late
Alex Van Straaten are Leonard H. Glasser and Maxwell Man-
gold.
Va Straaten is an organizer of
the Miami Beach Zionist Division
Notables an i xpected from com-
munities as far north as Philadel-
phia, where Van Slraaten worked
actively in behalf of Liberty Hos-
pital ami HI Sinai Hospital He If.
best remembered in Philadelphia
for keeping the doors of many hos-
pitals open during the depression.
"He single-handedly did more
than any one else to rally the mem-
bership of Miami Beach District.
This will be the first Zionist dinner
in the history of Florida at which
ference of Christians and Jews for
Atlantic Beach, N.Y.. he was or-
ganization chairman of the' Florida
division of the United Synagogue
servative synagogues in the Flor-
of America, consisting of the con-
ida area. He is founder of the 100
Club of Dade County and of the
100 Club of Long Island.
Coral-
**WW*WWWA>*^^Aa^**W'l
Mervyn L. Ames, 812 i
ave., is a candidate for I
Gables City Commission ,
Apr. 9 election. Ames 36
a member of Temple Judea, j
Coral Gables, and was sec*
tary of Miracle Lodge Ml
FiAMlor2'/Jyean9A;
is interested "in reduction A
fresh water rates and possibW j
changes in present wale;]
system."
Membership Greater Than Knowledge
NEW YORK (JTA) While
American Jews are increasing in
(ogue membership, there is no
growth in their un-
ending Of the true values Of
ism, religious and educational
leaders declared here The speak-
- were participants in the pro-
cram of a two-day General Assem-
; bly convoked by the Synagogue
Council of America, central na-
tional esenting Oi the
dox. Conservative and Reform
groups in this count
Like other Americans, particular-
ly in the suburbs, Jew* are identi-
IHE WEEK... 1151 SEE II
Continued from Page 4 A
frarily. praises Israel's deportment in Gazaher dealings with the civil
population; her military administration of the area; her restoration of
peaceful facilities there
During the six weeks that Dag kept the Nelson report under lock
and key. Egyptian authorities launched and maintained a steady at-
tack against "Israeli atrocities" in Gaza. During these six weeks,
neutral Dag remained silentexcept to demand Israeli unconditional
withdrawal and return to the 1949 Armistice. The subsequent re-
lease of the Labouisse document served propaganda-wise to substan-
tiate the Egyptian charges. The truth had somehow been avoided.
But this is past history. Has Mr Hammarskjold learned his les-
son? Well, he flew to Cairo early this week once more to fawn at
the feet of bandit Nasser. Ar I. once more presuming to speak for
the world. Dag begged for peace, offering Egypt in turn a piece of
Israelthe El Auja area.
Nasser refused to accept; he holds out for greater stakes in a not
distant tomorrowperhaps a death sentence passed on the head of
Israel, which Dag will be inclined to help execute. In any case, ecstatic
Tuesday over the results of his Cairo paper talksreminiscent of the
Chamberlain "peace in our time-' bit at LeBourget following the
Munich pact with Hitlerthe UN secretary general returned hime.
Not. howover, before he first rejected a bid to meet with Ben Gurion
because the latter's attack against him Monday had "ruled out" such
a possibility. Here is the quintescence of neutrality, and this is the
American Jewish Committee's guest at its April conference in New
York City.
fying themselves as American
through religion, but "we art con-
fronted today with more religious-
ness and loss religion," said Wi
Herberg, professor of Judaic studies
and social philosophy at Drew Uni-
( versify, Madison, N.J. ''We are con-
fronted" he declared, "with the'
possibility that, with the rapid'
soread of religiousnoss among,
American Jews in the form of re-
ligious identificetion and synago-
gue membership, the very meaning
of religion in its authentic sense ]
may be lost for increasing mem-
bers."
The same "danger," he stated,
faced other faiths in this country
as well as the Jews. A similar view
was expressed by Dr. Max Arzt,
vice chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America.
Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger. rabbi
of West End Synagogue in New
York, cautioned against "the trend
of transforming synagogues into
country clubs." To win the young
Jews who join the synagogues, he
said, "we must offer a brand of
Judaism rooted in knowledge of
Jewish sources, relevant to the
social needs of our day, and pre-
sented in very simple terms."
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People of the Book Write Fine Books About the Pe*
THE LITERATURE OF MODERN ISRAEL. By R*ubn
Wallenrod. 253 pp. New York & London: Rim's
Horn Books, Abelard Schuman, Inc. $4.50.
THE LITERATURE which is beginning to flourish in
Israel is slow to make its way to thil country, oilier
in translation or in the original Hebrew. Only a handful
of books has appeared on American bookshelves; fewer
Mill find their way to reviewers. Only three, for instance.
have been reviewed here: "Mori Said," by Hayim ll.i/a/.
"Sound the Great Trumpel.'" edited by M. Z Prank, and
the very disturbing "House of Dolls," by Ka tzetnik (jail-
bird) 135633.
One must not think, therefore, that little is being
milto\ i nn ini iv
The reasoni ppododai what Dr WMUenrod calls ferent emotions and'for different reasons ih
'i......... <>n rtiiMonra". tin n of the Second, Russian-revolution Alivh *
many cases, moreover,-an Israeli wnioW f
a ,n k.c i.i k------------, n,er looks bota
do not
see. in
"the paralysis ol Hebrew writing in Hie Dl
ppl) to Israel; indeed, it will he interesting to
yean to come, whether the existence of Israel will revital-
Hebn m letter! outside of Israel.
Dr, Wallenrod, who i- bimaaU a novelist, aa wall a
i of Hebrew literature at Brooklyn College, traces
d of the
Working
P"-U9Q5
i/i
the progress d Israeli literature from the period of the
In-' Aliyah 11882 1905) to Hie present time,
amid an amazim: vanc'\ of styles and tbemes, he never-
theless manages lo pin-poml a dominant trend for each
of the periods into which the past fiity years seems nat-
urally to divide
Thus the pioneers of the First Aliyah came with dif-
U.S. Policy: Do Nothing to Upset Nasser
Washington
lAJHAr WILL the U.S. Administration do if Egypt bars
*" Israel ships from a re-opened Suez Canal?
American diplomats are now trying to dissuade Israel
from sending a trial ship through the canal. These diplo-
mats hold that this would put Egyption President Nasser
"on the spot" and force him to deny passage. But when
the same U.S. officials sought Israel troop withdrawal, they
expressed conviction that Egypt would not re-impose its
blockade.
Israel has been thinking of dispatching a freiuhter i >
Burma via Suez just as soon as the canal is re-opened.
Since President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles
maintained there was no reason to believe Nasser would
bar Israel from the canal. Israelis wish to test this view.
The State Department, however, is unhappy at the
prospect of such a test. The Department fears that imme-
diate insistence by Israel on its canal rights might jeopar-
dize delicate, broader negotiations for the canals future.
There is apprehension lest strong U.S. support of Israels
Suez rights at this juncture might jeopardize efforts to win
Arab support of the Eisenhower doctrine
When he was trying to persuade Israel to withdraw.
Dulles told a press conference that "there is a far greater
realization now than there was before 1954" of the impor-
tance of Israel's Suez rights. He admitted that "the deci-
sion of the Security Council of 1951. that Israeli ships are
entitled to go through the canal, was allowed to be disre-
garded at that time."
hit Mil SALPETER
Dulles thought "for the future there will be a greater
effort to secure through the concerted influence of the
nations of the world a compliance with such decisions em-
bodying principles of rights and justice than was the case
heretofore."
The State Department in 1954 stood "fully behind the
Security Council resolution of Sept. 1, 1951, calling upon
Egypt to lift restrictions upon Suez Canal traffic bound to
or from Israel/' This resolution was considered valid de-
spite ihe Soviet veto of a similar resolution on this subject
debated by the Security Council earlier in 1954.
Also in 1954 Henry Cabot Lodge, chief U.S. delegate
to the United Nations, said that Israel's right to free pass-
age was "equally applicable to the Suez Canal and to any
waters outside the canal."
The Israel vessel Bat Galim tested Israel's right to
transit through the canal. It was detained. Its crew was
brutally mistreated. The Bat Galim incident was discussed
at the United Nations in Jan., 1955.
When Dulles urged Britain to surrender British mili-
tary authority in the canal zone to Egypt, Israel was alarm-
ed. Israel felt chances of gaining passage would be dimin-
ished. But Dulles advised Israel otherwise.
Israel asked Dulles to at least seek Egyptian agreement
on Israel shipping in exchange for U.S. support of Egypt
on British evacuation. But Dulles was convinced that once
the British were out, Nasser would be fair to Israel. Much
has happened since. What will Dulles now do if Nasser
again proves him wrong?
How Will the New Heroes Meet the Test?
Jerusalem
IT HAPPENED just about four months age, "somewhere
in the Sinai," on the third day of the campaign. The
unit had to pass a narrow wadi, but as soon as the first
vehicles appeared, they were hailed with a storm of bui-
ld- from every direction. Apparently, the Egvptians had
take up position on the slopes, well hidden from the eyes
of any body moving below. The fire came from several
II Will SCHWARTZ
First Things are First
DIPLOMAT at the United Nations was expressing sym-
pathy to Abba Eban over the troubles of Israel. "And
she is such a young country," said the diplomat.
"A young country!" repeated Eban. "yes, only a few
thousand years older than the British Empire'"

Abba Eban received over 5,000 letters following his
masterful address several weeks ago before the United
Nations. Of these, about 3,000 were from Jews and 2 000
from non-Jews. Eban was very much amused by one let-
ter which he received from a Jew in prison. The writer
identified himself as one who was in prison convicted of
larceny. He went on to say that he and the other prisoners
istened to Eban's speech before the United Nations and
never before have I been so proud of being a Jew "

Jules Moch, French Jewish statesman, was recently
in Russia and was invited to lecture at the University of
Moscow. After he concluded his talk, he a^ked if there
were any questions.
"What do you think of the controversy over the Suez'"
one student asked.
',"H.aVe ,a"y f *0U students rd Nasser's little work on
Revolution?" asked Moch.
None of the students had.
Mein^am fr "Cd M0Ch' h8Ve a"y f yU read HiUer's
Many hands went up.
'Well." said Moch, "they are the same sort of thing "

The New York Times quoted one newspaperman as
saying after the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza in obedience
to the United Nations edict, "It is all over but the shoot-
ing." Apropos of Purim, a letter to the Jerusalem Post
proposed instead of hamentashen, "Dulles-tashen" "made
up half of nuts and half oil."
directions, but the conditions of the terrain prevented any
unit moving into the wadi to pin-point the exact location of
the Egyptian positions.
It was evident, that if the entire unit tried to force the
pass, it would be costly in terms of life.
A young parachutist had a suggestion: he would take
a jeep and drive alone through the narrow road, while the
observers of the unit could ascertain exactly the location
of the positions whence the Egyptian fire came.
It was clearly a suicide proposition, but there was no
time to waste. The lonely jeep started on its journey The
Egyptian positions opened fire as expected, but the jeep bv
superhuman effort managed to complete the run. although
the driver was hit by several bullets in the face on an
arm and in the abdomen.
. ,Tre f gyp,tians were routed. he parachutist was rushed
wh.J'f h^h S,,aL'n- ,hen flown to a m'"ary hospital
where he died of his wounds. F'
His feat and several similar heroic acts of the Sinai
campaign- ,ke the landing of a Piper Cub a few hundred
Set"dfo^edrbvR,EhRyPtian PSi,i0nS ,0 Pick P ^oundld
Fire Works Due
i
nil
.................. -"" *" "ills-rent reason,
ol Ihe Scconfl, Kussian-revolution.
many cases, moreover, an Israeli wri
ward to his old home and forward t i
standing astride both worlds. When this cvC "** '*'
rod. with the deftness of a surgeon, neatTn^ **<
influences, revealing the pulsing of the inm-V? *"
The bitterness of Joseph Chain, Brenn S?
for example, "is directed not so much at what
found in Israel as against what might be trans*
from Ihe Diaspora. He is apprehensive Us. kZra
Just another modern country, with 'normally' h
human relationships." Of David Shimoni's tr
ters, he says. "For if their destinies are not iff'
there has always been idyl in their vision which
Brenner's theme, on another level '
The later stories of Samuel Agnon bear a *.
semblance in form to Kafka's. Dr. Wallenrod.
hand, however, discloses their basic difference L
fact that Agnon has not, after all, changed his*
theme of the necessity for humaneness Much of
writing now appearing exhibits typical adolesce!
lems of awkwardness and self-consciousness alui
has also, perhaps because of this, more humor th
older works. Like most literature, it examinesT
porary problems; like most Hebrew literature it sti
mands perfection of its people. '
It is hard to see how Dr. Wallenrod could haw
a better job. Within the limitations of one voluw
has managed to give the background, cite passage.,
relate themes from individual authors, and to analw
beautiful detail. His perception is so commandmi
his own style so clear, that the reader feels as thou
has himself read all these works in perfect understaa
His book will undoubtdly become a handbook to He
literature of the first half of the twentieth century.
SAWJL CARSON j
UN Time Stands Still
United Ni
THE CALM waa ominous, the quiet oppressive, the l
suspiciously grove. That was the atmosphere!
when the eleventh regular session of the General An
sent its delegations home. For nothing has been
The Assembly had not adjournedit had only
as far as the Middle East issue is concerned The.,
light had not been taken off the Middle East, only I
focus had shifted.
For almost five months, the center had been
by Israel. Now it was Egypt's turnwith United Ni
Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold and United SUM
sharing the stage with Egypt's President Nasser *
there was one other difference. Every' one had ah
known that Israel would, in the end. comply with I
world's wishes as expressed by the United Nations !**
by the United States and steered by Mr Hammarskji
No such certainty was entertained in regard to I
In fact, the reverse was true. Knowledgeable dipl-
at the United Nationi knewand know nowthat N*
cannot be trusted. The only unknown in the equationt
How far would Mr. Hammarskjold and the United SU
go now to force Nasser to comply with United Nati
wishes, just as Israel had been forced?
There are certain hard facts that one should bar I
mind, now that the shoe is on Nasser's foot. Israel's W
withdrawals had been ordered in compliance with siift
eral Assembly resolutions. The first of these resolute
was adopted during an all-night session of the AsseaHJ
on the night of November 1-2. That resolution madei
points that affected Israel. Among these was the i
to cease firewith which Israel complied; and the i
to withdraw aU forceswith which Israel finally con*
Is the United Nations entitled to quibble about an all
Israel resolution which has met with full compliance m
less than four and a half monthsbut to ignore noaoaj
pliance with a resolution directed against fgypt *"" n
and a half years?
Of such substance were the clouds here constitute**
the Assemblysans endstood recessed. For the
problems remained. The spotlight was on Egyptbni;m
Hammarskjold and the United States shared the pW*j
The pendulum had swungbut the time-piece was J
same. The question was: How long? How long
Egypt, too, is forced to comply with UN. wishes.
nuttee are a number oTtlll^l* JeWish Com"
the American Council ofTZ "* ,ls0 mtt*" of
the S2S ^^^B "". Sunder of
although a very small minority "JfZ ese *.
heard at the AJC annual uJSL !*-&**
ent AJC administration.
at AJCommittee Meeting
the Ampri. tt >.ui.l. ._... i___loictn u condi*
E ^Z^** ^-en the Ameri- state publicly that the Council for Judaism U^jJI
Propaganda which "provides fodder to ntI*T,.,
Even more serious is the charge that the ^"J^,,
ganda is "dangerous to the status, and even tne >
of American Jews." In its answer, the Council tor
fails to defend itaeff.against these very grave i

The leaders
little concarpfdj
Semites.
irMUJ
yv. \tg me pros-
- ~* r."iiu*tun ------
of the Council for Judaism are ^TJJ
whether they play into thejM ^
Nor do they seem to be worried by -*'
their anti-Zionist argument of "double lpya">' e" *;
However, tne. i
allies S|B T,
---- -> K^iauiis wnom me Araoa coiisnir "f"^'h|, Dy &
branding was done this time not by 2'"'''%,",,,'*'
e security of Jews in this country, now r^
now branded as a Jewish group "embraced by *m^ft]
nd as persons whom the Arabs consider "^J^pi
American Jewish Committee-which <**<* j^
Zionist body-the effect It bound to be really *~


29, 1957
Jfe#j
*istn*r*ifar
Pagi
e ISA
ifes /rom fAc hdctbbi s jPulpit
. /pHouing & another in a terits of articles prepared by spiritual
, [S il(,e for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
with the Greater Miami Rabbinical Aisn. Rabbi Abraham
W rio". "/ Ti/crcth Israel Northiide Center, it coordinator of this '
liiii. program.
Relationship to God
[pressed With Love
HABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI
a rabbi. I am asked many
jjons concerning Jewish life,
nd lore, and too often, be-
.' the pressures of time or
I find il impossible to give
hhan the most simple and
jiv of answers to the ques-
fthat are raised. Oftentimes,
myself in the position of
teat sage, Rabbi Hillel, who,
iud tells us, was once ap-
..J by a heathen who said,
bi. I want you to teach me all
aism while I am standing on
jot." Whereupon, the kindly
responded. "Do not unto
j as you would not have
[do unto you. This is all of
km. All else is commen-
rjay. 1 dull take this oppor-
to amplify my many
hy answer^, and to discuss
lie principles and beliefs
I
Dtheism, (he belief in one
i.s the cornerstone of our
| i, in the moral
mtUGHTING TIME
fAdar 28 6:20 pjn.
4*
climate of the twentieth century,
we accept this belief in one God
as the normal thing. We take it
as a matter of course. But we
must remember that Judaism pro-
claimed this doctrine thousands
of years ago, when the world was
steeped in idolatry and paganism,
and this whole idea was new, rev-
olutionary and challenging. Ever
since that time, we Jews have re-
iterated this'belief in the unity of
God three times each day in the
recitation of the Shema, "Hear
O Israel, the Lord is our God, the
Lord is one." Jews were willing
to die for the sake of this doc-
trine, and the pages of Jewish
history are filled with the stories
of martyrs who sacrificed them-
selves on this most sacred of
altarsthe sanctification of God's
name.
This belief in one God is preci-
ous to the Jew, however, not be-
cause of its theological connota-
tions, but rather because of its
ethical and moral implications.
We Jews believe that if God is
the master of the Universe and
the father of the entire human
rac, then we are air His children.
Monotheism, therefore, above
all else, means to the Jew the
Fatherhood of God and the Bro-
therhood of man.
Since man was created in God's
image, it means that every human
being is close to God"but a lit-
tle lower than the angels." It
means that human life is sacred;
JMMf IRVING ItHKMAN
. belief precious
that all of us, regardless of race,
color and creed, are equal before
Him.
The Bible, in its very first
pages, tells us that God made
Adam from the dust of the earth.
The rabbis of the Talmud com-
ment in a very characteristic man-
ner. They say that God took this
dust not from Palestine, the land
of the Jews; not from Jerusalem, |
the Holy city; not from Zion, the
site of the Temple; but rather
did He take dust from every cor-
ner of the earth north, south,
east and west. This dust He mix-
ed together, and from it He fash-
ioned man so that in the future
no person shall he able to say,
"From my earth was Adam creat-
ed; therefore I am more import-
ant than you." This is Judaism.
We Jews have a firm belief-in
the kingdom of Heavenin the
life hereafter, but the emphasis of
our faith is primarily upon this
earth and this life. Just as man
was fashioned in the image of
God, so, Judaism says, this world
must be fashioned in the image
of Heaven, and we human beings
are responsible for its welfare.
Judaism is a cheery creed. It is
joyful and optimistic. "Sing unto
the Lord a new song. Serve Him
with gladness," says the psalmist.
We look upon the pleasures of
this world as things to enjoy and
not to retreat from. We are taught
that everything that i.s good in life
is to be tasted in moderation.
But if we arc truly to enjoy these
gifts of life in the spirit of Jewish
tradition, we must .sanctify them.
So Jewish tradition has prescrib-
ed many blessings which are of-
fered for the many and varied
hountic s of life. Just as we recite
a blessing of thankfulness for the
morsel of bread we eat, so are
we also to recite a blessing when
we see a beautiful sunset, or a
lovely flower.
And because the things we en-
joy in life are but a manifestation
of God's goodness to us, we are
risked by Judaism to be unselfish
and to share our blessings with
others. This is why the Hebrew
language has no word for charity,
in the sense of almsgiving. The
only word we have is "zedakah"
which means "justice." It is just
to give and to share with others.
It is unjust not to give and to
share.
Our relationship to God is ex-
pressed by the Biblical words,
"And thou shalt love the Lord thy
God with all thy heart, with all
they soul and with all thy might."
What is loving God? To us, loving
God does not mean merely be-
lieving in Him. This will not bring
salvation, according to Judaism.
Belief in God must be accompa-
nied by the active doing of His
will. AH this is expressed to the
Jew in the word, "Torah."
"Torah" embodies the entire
way of life of the Jew. The Torah
says, not "this thou shalt believe"
and "this thou shalt nut believe,"
but "this thou shalt do" and "this
thou shalt not do." It- guides
every phase of man's conduct and
every aspect of his moral and
ethical life.
And finally. Judaism has faith
in man and in the universe.
We believe that God rules this
world with justice and kindness
and that there is a moral law that
operates in the world in which we
live so that in the final analysis
justice and decency must triumph
over evil. In the words of Mai-
monides, "We believe with per-
fect faith in the coming of the
Messiah who will usher in a great
Messianic era." And this era will
mark the fulfillment of the pro-
phesy of Isaiah, "And they shall
beat their swords into plough-
shares; their spears into pruning
hooks. Nation shall no more lift
up sword against nation; neither
shall they learn war any more.
But they shall sit, every man un-
der his vine and under his fig
tree, and none shall make them
afraid."
This is Judaism.
hbbctth .Services in \-jreater c/rfl
tantt
JDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
ox. Rabbi ImC Ever.
(;;" p in Saturday 8:30 a.m.
f Leaders."

SHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

TH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd .v..
ftrvitivt. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
| Cantor William W. Llpson.
!' p s, rmon: "Anil, I-
Realization!" t rn-e Bhftb-
'"'" *n I a.m.

I EL. 500 SW 17th .v.. Or-
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr-
to li.it Make for Hi-

JH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
Conservative. Rabbi David W.
ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
* Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
10 a.m.
.
VH JACOB. 301-311 Wa.hlno-
' Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
"or Maurice Mamcho*.
RffiS* ** *"

'RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
I Orthodox. R.bbi Aria Backar.
[ TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
^x- Rkbi Joaaeh I. Ratkov-
,. ,': "i Baturdaw S:.to a.m.
: aii, ^""i Chaos."

faW^ JBWISH CENTER.
i"'"" s.,,r ''"'n: "The *'"
T an I ill i "" S*at
W***EhJn& '"">n,-:
. 'l-t,l I -il.lin ii.
LE*-GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
Haim/'
Friday I IS and K:M p.m. Oeimon:
"Oilier* or Elder* Which?" One*
Bnaboal hoata: Golden Age hYlondxhip
Club. Baturday I .'." .. n Bai no.....
"Weakly Portion.''
e
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL,
1101 S. Andrew* ava.. Ft. Laoder-
Jalo. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
t. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Bros*.
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HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
,' p.m i; leal ipeakei i Mr
. utlve dlreetor oi the
Mi nial Health Boi Ii tj Tojj "Pltj
' i hi. it Rhabhal
I Ml i Paul M l< hell and mo-
ther, v.
e e e
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
th at.. Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertz officiate*.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk at., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe at* Hollywood. Con-
aervafive. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
* t
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Petit t., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
Friday R:30 p.m. Sermon: What Can
We Learn fn.m Our Cnlhtrenr Ha*
Illtsvah: Leonore. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Simon .1 Mill.- 'n Haturdaj I
a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
e a e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Contervative. Rabbi Mor-
ion Malaviky. Cantor Samuel
Selkow.
I-Milnv G i" and | 13 p.m. Sermon:
"Parenta and Children "
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
PYiday 5:10 and K:30 p.m. Barman:
"Wi Have Two TorabaOrthodoxy."
Bpaetai proarajn. Bkturday B:M a.m.
Barmon: "Weekly PorUon."
e e
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday i" p'"i Baturday 1:10 a.m.
Bermon: "A Babbl'a Report ol Ku-
fdan Jvw |
e e e
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th St.
and NE 11th eve. Contervative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
i' i tj s |3 n.m Sermon: "Appre-
..i Man a Wladon n I
Bbjn. Satunli I a m Bai roon:
"Week Pol
e e e
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
n Ida] s i". |i i. ..nii ted
h, \z hapti Dlreator, Jei r) i i>t
an Barmon ii> John Bohlffmaa. Act-
ing riiiiM. Larry Etoateln; actim can-
tor, Howard Neu. Saturdaj 9 a
Mltxvah Richard Welaa, son "' Mr.
and Mi- Milton It, Hunan.
e e a
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 420
75fh st. Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward KMn.
Friday 8:1" p.m. Barttion: "To He
Horn AkhIii. Ha. Mluvah: Karen
daua-hter ol Mr. and lira. Harvey
Mlchaelaon. Saturday :4.- a.m. liar
MiUvah: Urake, JOB of Mr. and Mr.
Bavld It, i-nt !->> int, Mon of Mr.
and Mr. Murray 81ater.______________
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Friday 1:15 p.m. nt si7 Ifeirlck,
I'nlveralty of Miami. Barmon: "Con-
ma of rjreat Jewa to the Ann r-
li an Bceni t inaa Shabbal al
Qablea Reatatirant.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Frlda y I:1B i>.m Berm "The Eter-
nal Retribution and Penalty for Blnful
Slander 11 bat hoata Mi
and M Roth Katurdaj
Coordlaatlon of Mind
nn.l Bodj."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday I I p.m. Bei'moa: "Just
What Im Liberal Judalamf Baturday
10:4.', a.m. liar Mltzvah: Iton 1I1L MO
of .Mr. and .Mr.-. Howard Miller.
e
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conaervative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Canter Is-
rael Reich.
Friday 5 nnrt 8:30 p.m. Sermon-
"What Prloe Courage?" Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Baa
Mltsvnh: Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Morrla Klelnvex.
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. 'Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
- Friday 8:15 p.m. Organist Frances
Tarboux and a 12-volee choir, under
the direction of Cantor Jacob Born-
atetn, will present Isadore Freed'a ora-
torio "The Prophecy of Mleah." Ser-
mon: "The Prophet Mlcah."
e e e
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Founders' Day
Sabbath. Sermon: "Tun 'Vflae' Men
i-i.t Mayei Wise and Btpohen S.
Wise." Saturdaj I II i.m. Bar \iita-
vah: Robert, aon of Mr. and Mis. Al-
bert Kiai.
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TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
Friii ty I A p.lh al Carpi ater Hall,
nisi I' ..-1, Si ,.ti :
"isna M Wise and Amerloaai Reform
Judalam."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. P.abbi Alfred
Waxman.
Bermoa:
Satui
a.m. Barmon "Wei klj Portion "

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
Frldav 8:3 p.m. Sermon: "The Pow-
er of the Mind." Saturday a.m. Bet -
mon: "Pure Heart."
e a e
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a a a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Life and
Times of Joseph Na.si. 1 Hike of Naxos."
Saturday l:M a.m. Has Mltxvah: Jes-
sica, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. H.
I.,-on Hurwlts. Chance to the Baa
Mluvah tn be made by Rabbi Morris
M. Skop. rabbi of Temple Judea and
president of the Greater Miami Rabbi-
nleal Assim iation.

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Our bright younger set are making "head"-
lines this week ... At Brandeis University, political
science major Harvey Robert GlatMr has been
named to the Dean's List Harvey, who will get
his degree In 1960, is also active as soccer mana-
ger, and is a member of the Student Council and
Education Committee ... His proud parents are
.. and Mrs. Abraham Glasser, of 1900 SW 24th ter. .
Evelyn Fox, who is a physics (wow!) major at Brandeis. has
, been awarded the National Science Foundation Fellowship for
17... Evvy is the daughter of the Albert Foxes, of 2121 Biarritz
Normandy Isle .
While his students are winning honors -in Waltham. Brandeis
jdent and noted author Dr. Abrem Sector and his wife are win-
ii friends here ... In town for the Brandeis dinner last week
the Seville, the Sachars were also feted at a dinner party Sat-
,y night given by Councilman Herald Spaet and his pretty Sally
heir W. Rivo Alto island home.
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Add honors for the younger set First place in original ora-
a in the statewide National Forensic League, held last week end
Tampa, went to Miami Beach high school's Marcia Freemen .
,c\, daughter of the Lewis Freeman*, 220 N. Shore dr., won a
it place medal last year, when she was a sophomore, in the ex-
lporaneous speaking category .. A state champion twice over,
will go to Lexington, Ky., in June for the national competitions.
Al>o talking herself into a first place medal was Roeelie Jacobs,
lose category was oratorical interpretation Thanks to these'
students and their other NFL members, Miami Beach high
_ol picked up enough points to win the coveted Sweepstakes
iph> for the third time, which gives them permanent possession.
Just proves the old saw Never argue with a woman
lially not with Marcia or Rosaliel
Iota Alpha Pi sorority held a Saturday morning pledge-active
inch at tho home of Mrs. Gereld Laub, 6310 SW 33rd ter., fol-
in? it up with a cocktail party that night in the Pow-Wow room
the Thunderbird motel .
Pledges of Omega chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority were
fitted at a luncheon at the Seville recently From Miami, the
leophytes" are Doris Plotkin, Wenda Steinberg and Myke Stiebel
.The Miami Beach contingent includes Lois Dalter, Judy Einhorn,
irtMn Feuer, Jo-Ann Miller, Barbara Robins, Andre. Ruskin,
Schwartz, Nancy Stein and Joy Tashman Arlene Airman,
West Hempstead, N.Y., and Sarah Lippitt, from Detroit, are
proud wearers of the pin .
Home on spring vacation from Ohio State University is Alex
-l, Jr., son of the Alexander Kojmi Alex, who is a sopho-
has been on the Dean's List since entering the university, and
member of Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary fraternity .
brought two guests home to enjoy our sand-swept beaches, Alan
rb, a senior from New York City, and Lewis LevL a junior from
wigstown. Ohio .
That makes three young men and two sororities chock-full of
tty girls Doesn't that sound like a set-up for some inter-
*iate get-togethers? ,
Enjoying a family reunion are Mr. end Mrs. Ben Sugarman, of
Malaga ave whose daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Ginsberg, popped in
iBi Broklyn for a visit .
Inimitable Jennie Grossinger always has something exciting-
worth whileplanned Next on her busy agenda is a re-
.lon Apr. 1 at her Pine Tree dr. home to honor Dr. Harris J.
in*, president of the Jewish National Fund .
Friends will be happy to learn that Mrs. Tillie Schwarts of the
si hotel is recovering nicely at Mt. Sinai hospital .
Invitations are out from Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Cassel, of
Bay rd., for the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Thomas Zion .
ceremony, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Apr. 6 at Torah Temple, will
wilowed by a reception in the Temple gardens.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spiveck, of 935 9th St.. Miami Beach, hosted
"reeiidinner last Sunday for'the well-known Yiddish author.
i-iebman, who is returning to New York Guests included
ana id,', daughter, Evelyn, and her husband, Harry Decky,
"orKmer, s Circle members Mr. end Mrs. Isadora Cohen, Mr.
"" Joseph Birnbeum, William P.skotf, and Mrs. Moilie Settin.
lav! 1 St.Pelersbur* and Tampa last Tuesday (and back this
iveni "* and Harry Aww*f Purpose: the Bakers-
it ,,,,? Couldn't very well hold a bakers' convention with-
August Bros. Bakeries well represented .
om rrker ** K#M#I took a weekend off from campaign
etflsbM '"SPeCt Havana was less than a week after the
siting, and she reports that the biggest crowds at the new
wall "I WIre gatnered >und examining the bullet holes in
am ro,', cad of the masterpieces! With Bee (for protection
j? revo'"t,#onries?) was her brother, Herman Dro.ness. of Pas-
* daughter, Rene, stayed home so she wouldn't miss
nday volunteer work at Mt. Sinai.
Ath '
* ih" V* 'S SS bUSV "S 0Ile *** (Mf- **""'> >" wh0
undav win P,oneer Women's 17th annual donor luncheon last
Ada Jewi h rPeak about JDC at a eneral meeting of Flagler-Gra-
*aris sm mernUnity Center APr wh0 hs tee" "vin*
i is nui. is here for two-month holiday Husband
uv"Seas d.rector of public relations for the JDC .
Is
r^nioih?1>odVn Miami iU8t back from pris? Mr*- Ann*
Fa* back fi A (Mr, Loo,,) SP***", n N Yrk on her
' Pa*< was n. .K f,rst trip t0 la gaie citee Main "ttraction
'' (orce Ca Folies ^njere. but her son and daughter-in law,
dy. p ,,K' Mr- C. Rice, and her new grandson, Scott
' 'oo'far"'!!'1* TaK 'hal SeoM- who made hls aPPWance Feb. 28,
fa* too far : Scott, who made his appearance Feb. 28,
kavid Cantor vriu th familv to have their favorite mohel. Beth
1 New York w Lip*on -The Cantor is himself just back
I" he U.A* ere he underwent minor surgery ("Didn't hurt
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Miami, Florida, Friday, March 29, 1957
Section B
"This time we can save them," say these rep-
resentatives of important women's organiza-
tions shown enrolling in the Combined Jewish
Appeal "Rescue Army." Scene was recent
CIA planning session held in Seville hotel. Left
to right are Mrs. Oida Rubin, American
Friends of Hebrew University; Mrs. Oscar Sin-
dell, Hadassah; Mrs. George Stearn, ORT; and
Mrs. Bernard Powell, Pioneer Women. "Res-
cue Month" will open with community assem-
bly Apr. 8 at Miami Beach auditorium.
Women Launch 'Hit the Top' Campaign
To Secure Contributions for '57 CIA
OK. KALPH SUM
Mrs. Spero Will
Be Installed
Unit President
Mrs. Ralph Spero will be install-
ed president of the Royal Palm
Woman's Corps of the Cancer In-
stitute of Miami at a luncheon Tues-
day noon in the Florentine room of
the Di Lido hotel.
Others to assume office ere
Mesdames George Fin ego Id, Sam-
uel Harris end Louis Rosen, vice
presidents; Sidney Block, record-
ing secretary; Frank Lauer, cor-
responding secretary.
Mesdames Ida Cohen, social sec-
retary; Sam Javer, financial secre-
tary; Joseph Mazo, treasurer; and
Saul Herman, parliamentarian.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholom. will be installing ot-
her, with Mrs. Leon Kronish offer-
ing the invocation. Mrs. Theodore
Drucker will present a musical pro-
gram. In charge of tickets is Mrs.
Harry White, chairman.
Women of Dade county are
launching a "Hit the Top" clean
up drive to secure contributions for
this year's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Heading the county wide effort
will be Mrs. Aeron Farr, prominent
communal leader, who holds many
important local and national posi-
tions in the fields of welfare and
philanthropy.
Announcing Mrs. Farr's appoint-
ment, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
Women's division chairman, said
Wednesday that "with our divi-
sion substantially ahead of last
year's campaign total, we are ini-
tiating this second campaign as an
extension of the regular drive in
order to offer non contributors a
final opportunity to participate in
this life saving effort."
The Women's Division is shoot-
ing for a goal of $230,000, accord-
ing to Mrs. Farr. There are still
some 500 contributors from pre-
vious years who have not yet come
forward to help in this year's drive,
according to Mrs. Farr. Some 115
fall in the $50 to $200 catagory.
Nearly 1,200 women have made
their plus-gift contributions for e
total exceeding $171,000. The
Auxiliary Slates
Installation Fete
Women's Auxiliary of the Dade
County Osteopathic Medical Assn.
will hold an installation meeting at
12:30 p.m. Apr. 3 in the Carriage
room of Miami Springs Villas.
Taking office will be Mrs. Eu-
gene Edelman, president; Mrs. Mor-
ton Terry, first vice president;
Mrs. Paul Dunn, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Kurt Pfister, treasurer;
and Mrs. Wayne Size, secretary.
Mrs. C. B. Ferguson, past presi-
dent and honorary life member,
will be installing officer.
women raised about $135,000 in last
year's effort.
A "Hit the Top" steering com-
mittee has been appointed to in-
clude top level officials and presi-
dents of nearly all major women's
groups in this area. Every effort is
being made to complete the stream-
lined drive in the Women's Divi-
sion by Apr. 8, date of the huge
"Community Rescue Assembly" to
be held in the Miami Beach audi-
torium.
"Hit the Top" committee in-
cludes Mesdames Robert Schwartz,
Jean C. Lehman, I. E. Harris, Jo-
seph Shapiro, Irving Lehrman, Ber-
nard R. Stevens. Louis J. Krensky,
Sidney Lewis, Leo Chaikin, Carl
Suskind, Samuel Lipton, George
Goldberg, Carl Weinkle, Alyce
Mayne, Clem Myerson, Moe Fein-
gold, George A. Graham, Abe L.
Cassett, Matilda Ratner, Meyer A.
Baskin, Max Deakter, Charles E.
Gottlieb, Sam Stark. Gerald P.
Soltz, Irving Sussman. Murray La-
zarus, Samuel Z. Sakrais. Sol Sil-
verman, Robert S. Levy, James
Paulin.
Also, Mesdames Meyer Eggnatz,
Jerry Blank, Daniel Neal Heller,
Irving Cypen, Larry Friedland,
Leonard Friedland, Lee Ratner,
Morris J. Goldin, Charles Gertler,
Leon Sirkin. Harry Levy, Benjamin
Subin. Wm. Feuer, Jules Channing,
Milton Sirkin, Max Weitz, Julian
Weinkle, Louis E. Goldman, Esther
Cohen, Arthur Burrell, David
Phillips, Sara Holland, Leon Jacobs,
Charles Block, Charles P. Feinberg,
Irving Firtel, and Harold Melnick.
Hospital Report Heard
Coral chapter of American Med-
ical Center met Wednesday noon
at the Seville. Mrs. Hy Friedman
and Mrs. Ralph Gitlin were co-
chairmen of the affair. Program
chairman was Miss Louise Brown.
Report was heard from Mrs. Libby
Goldstein on the chapter's activi-
ties at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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pours easily and is being promoted
for use a- a syrup, as a spread, in
i its, for baking and for infant
feeding.
keach Corporation will have over
86 food and hootehold cleansing
products on the market tor the
Passover holidays, emong them
several brand new item* to be
announced in the future.
the Rokeach Home Eco-
oent, new bonej re
cakes, cookies, mam dish-
Q-esslngs Mave been
.; I [or i and are
lequeat. when u-
: ikeacfa Pure Honey for
recipe, 1 cup of honey rill
replace l'i cups sugar plus 't cup
liquid A new, tested recipe fol-
low.-:
SWEET and SOUR MEATBALLS
1 pound ground beef
2 tablespoons bread or cracker
crumbs, or matzo meal
2 tablespoons water
1 egg
1 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons Rokeach Nyafat
(all-purpose vegetable short-
ening)
1 ill Of.) can Rokeach Tomato
Sauce with Mushrooms
>2 cup Rokeach Pure Honey
H cup boiling water
Combine beef, crumbs, water.
egg. salt and pepper. Shape into
2-inch balls. Heat Nyafat in deep
heavy skillet. Add meat balls and
chopped onions. Meanwhile, com-
bine tomato sauce, honey and wa-
ter. Pour over meat. Cover and
cook over low heat about 1 hour.
Turn meat occasionally during
j cooking. Serve with stewed cab-
j bage and noodles. Makes 4 to 6
servings.
The light, golden color of the
honey is enhanced by the well de-
l screw-on gold cap. and the
label in red. green and white on
gold foil. Attractively shaped for
serving honey right at the table.
and with an opening wide enough
to accommodate a teaspoon, the
new jar also has unlimited re-
usable possibilities as a carafe,
cruet, shaker, etc.
Planning is currently under
way for making the new jar also
available nationally in the rab-
binically supervised Passover
pack of Rokeach Honey. The Ro-
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F^r March 29, 1957
>Jei
Page 3-B
National Council Eyes Comprehensive Program
irACHiNC.TONA comprchens- 64-year-old National Council f ti.____":_.. w
WASHINGTON-
,e program covering every phase Jewish Women ended its five-day
nf Jewish activities on the Amer- biennial convention at the Hotel
ican scone was adopted here as the Shoreham.
Delegates and speakers, includ-
ing Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.)
and former Sen. Herbert H. Leh-
man, hit hard at the need for im-
mediate affirmative United States
action to bring peace in the Middle
East.
United States of a Council on So-
cial Policy, similar to his Council
of Economic Advisors, to study and
advise him on needs for social wel-
Mrs. Moise S. Cahn of New Or- '!'* *"d du"'"l progress. This
leans, was reelected to another two-! T? ndor*d by the delegates
year term as Council president. AI wmal motion later in the
budget of $741,500 was adopted for
wL ev,n,,on w,,k w" Packed|that our children will be deprived
wirn action on domestic issues, as of any part of the good life to
wui. 'n,">'nal. It opened which they are entitled."
broad new proposal for the estab- ald to educatlon and tr the fight
lishment by the President of the
against juvenile delinquency re-
quired "immediate action," add-
ing: "It is utterly meaningless to
measure the validity of such pro-
grams by the standard of how
much they cost. It is much like
equating the cost of a polio shot
with the cost of a new hat."
Compare
MS. MOISt 5. CAMN
Divisional Meetings
Slated Wednesday
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men will hold Divisional meetings
on Wednesday, Apr. 3, with re-
ports to the membership on the
recent convention in Washington,
D.C.
"Meet the Press" will be them*
of day's activities at 12:30 p.m.
Bi>Cayne will meet at Koubek
Center. Sunset will meet at Hillel
House. Shores will meet at the
home of Mrs. Joseph Bulbin, 151
NW 87th st. Indian Creek is sched-
uled for the home of Mrs. Joseph
ViiUiamMin. 5470 La Gorce dr.
activities on the national level.
Other national officers relected to
second terms included Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, noted Greater Miami
womens leader, fourth vice presi-
dent.
The final day of the meeting
brought a tribute banquet to Her-
bert and Edith Lehman, at which
the recently retired Senator assail-
ed the Eisenhower administration
for causing trouble in the Middle
East by a lack of "simple hon-
esty."
With a galaxy of Senators and
Congressmen present as guests of
I Council delegations from their
areas, Lehman coupled a personal
pledge to continue in public activ-
ity with a stinging rebuke to the
State Department for "telling the
Arab leaders one thing and the
Israeli leaders another."
He declared that only by making
the Arab states understand that
they cannot destroy Israel "can the
designs and cabals of the Kremlin
be frustrated."
A day earlier. Sen. Javits told the
800 Council delegates that it is time
for a United States and United Na-
tions "showdown" with Egyptian
Premier Nasser. "If necessary to
bring Nasser to terms, I believe
we should lead the free world in
bypassing the (Suez) canal," he
asserted.
Vets Post Slates Joint Installation
Abraham Michaelson will be in-
stalled commander of Murray Solo-
mon Post 243 at the Youth Memo-
rial Center. 4O0 Anastasia ave..
Coral Gables. Sunday evening. Mrs.
Sidney Lowe will be installed presi-
dent of the auxiliary in a joint cere-
mony.
Others to assume office at the
'Hansel and Greiel' Monday
University of Miami school of
muMc will present the Opera
Workshop in a production of "Han-
1 and Gretel," by Engelbert Hum-
Perdinek. Monday evening in Beau-
mont Hall. Cast will include stu-
dents of Dr. Arturo de Filippi, di-
rector, and Lina Maddaford, assis-
tant director of the Opera Work-
shop.
affair include: Ladies Auxiliary
Mesdames Norman Levine, senior
vice president; Abraham Michael-
son, junior vice president; Jennie
Golub, chaplain; Faith Macnow, pa-
triotic instructor; Simon Sutta,
trustee; Jerry Simms, conductress;
Harry Volkowitz, guard; Ruth Boy-
ar, historian; Moe Zipper, treasur-
er; and Solomon Lipton, recording
secretary.
Post officers: M. J. Berliner, sen-
ior vice commander; Jerry Sims,
first junior vice commander; Sid
Lowe, second junior vice comman-
der; Jules Seidner, officer of the
day; Murray Volkowitz, chaplain;
Morris Golombeck, trustee; Buddy
Logue, judge advocate; Sol Hersh-
man, adjutant; and Lou Smith,
quartermaster.
Installing officer will be State
Commander Nat Gobey, of Holly-
wood, State Auxiliary president
Mrs. Lester Soldz and National
Guard officer Rose Horn.
n
week.
In another action, the convention
declined an invitation sent them
by Secretary of the Treasury
George Humphrey to join the drive
for economy in government. In-
stead, the delegate body voted to
reply to the Treasury Secretary's
letter with a statement that this
country "must not economize for
our own benefit today if it means
m Compa"
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Pag* 4-B
*kmi**rMc*W
omen in
in the y
IU1WHW COUNCIL of JWBH WOMEN
Jitnniol Convention
1957 *a Women Have Gone F,
vVay-in B'nai B'rith
dr
WASHJNGON Representatives in the United State*
of 40 major orRaniiations are reg- |amj overseas unit. in G ^
KuroPe. MtS
Greater Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, delegates at Council's bien-
nial convention in Hotel Shore ham, Washing-
ton, D.C. are (left to right) Mesdames Samuel
Berlin, Samuel Gertman, Jean C. Lehman, Bob
Schwartz, Sidney Lewis, Joseph Williamson.
Leo Alpert, Minnie Feinberg and Aaron Farr.
:
/
3n
i.
i iiual leader cf Temple Sina: of N. Miami at a
dinner dance recently in Westview Country
Club. Left to right are Dr. Howard Novell, vice
president; David Koppelman, president; Rabbi
Wallach; and Harvey Cutler, vice president.
Temple Israel spiritual leader Rabbi Joseph
Narot was installing officer.
istered for the first national wo-
men's conference on intergroup re-
lations, sponsored by B'nai B'rlth
Women, which convenes here
Apr. 3..
offiriaN anticipate a final tally
exceeding 50 participating, women's
groups when the conference opens
as the highlight of B'nai BTith Wo-
men's six-day biennial convention.
The conference Itself, a otlot
effort whkh will probe InttjT-
grouo problems in areas whoro
wonwn'i influence dominates or
can bo made offertiveIn the
ffmily, Iho school, the church or
synagogue, and the local com-
munitywill command the atten-
tion of 300 women's leaders for
the first three days of the bien-
nial conventioin.
Participating group* include ed-
ucational, religious, youth, profes-
sional, civic and .social service
agencies inrl tirgmjiratjens
In addition. !}?*' governmental
agencies directly involved with hu-
man relations problems have regi-
stered official observers for the
conference. These include the Vet-
erans Administration, the Massa-
chusetts Commission Against Dis-
crimination, the Wisconsin Govern-
or's Commission on Human Rights,
the Dade County Council on Com-
munity Relations and Puerto Rico's
Department of Labor.
For B'nai B'rlth Women, the
cope of Hie conference is further
adherence to its founding prin-
ciplethat women's place is an
active one in the community.
But it took a revolt against male
domination in civic end social
service affairs to help found
B'nai B'rith Women, new one of
the largest Jewish women's
groups in the nation.
overseas units in Great
Israel, continenta' -
South America,
South Africa
Brit*
"5
Mrs. Louis I. pfrlmim
of B nai Brilh Woman ,
man of the conference *_
"woman's role in easing H
MIS. LOWS L. ntlMU
a unique and
-a role that is frt 1
tensions is
dinary one
the vital areas of any cos
"Therefore B'nai BTith
determined to hold this come
for all women's groups. Ino
ing it is the recognition that >]
men are intimately involved'
development of good human i
tions in the home and its envirok^
Principal speakers at tie Paris)
are some of America's outstand
women leadersamong them Mr]
Eleanor Roosevelt; Mrs. Eu
Anderson, former ambassador
Denmark; and Con
Florence P. Dwyer, of New,
and Edith Green of Orejoa.
Won
Dora Stein
Install Officers
Beth Israel Synagogue Schedules
Triple Installation at Ceremonies
The rebellion lasted 66 years he*
fore it made any headway. The
men who founded B'nai B'rith in
1843it is the oldest service or-
ganization in the I'nited States
were Victorian gentleni-n. as puri-t Mr
tanical in their standards as they !presidcnt (lf p,ra strip-
were civr-mmded in purpose. The hood a, cert.mrl,< Tuesday
first Bn.n Bnth philanthropic ven- .
tare, a fund f.,r wiuV.u- and or-1 others assuming offle*
phans. was fmanceffhy fines levied M,.M.arru.. | S Katl
aaainM members for rniHwmty Didtton and G. Kesler. rid
language and behavior. Hut what hranJied them most.itarv. s -ntchoM linsntW
as B'nai B'rith archives attest, was!, ''. j Fink Correonn the -iiyeestion that tfaey accept wo-.,arv. D outtenmacher. fr
men folk in their movement. | E Eisner and S. Golin, serge,
Not until 1903. when the first ;arms: and M simo
Ivan Solomon is honor- women s chapter of B'nai B'rith + ;------j------^
chartered in San Francisco,

~
Grundwerg, financial secretary-
TruBtea include Siegned Bend
helm, David Herman. S. H. Mell
Dr I M. Makovskv and Harry
Sisterhood at -ceremonies Sunday-
evening in Royal Hungarian
taurant.
Fish Luncheon Due
Bikur Cholim of Israelilt C
Mrs Irving Schwartz will be in-' Other officers to be installed in
Stalled president of Beth Israel;elude the Mesdames Harry Milsen J,> ,ru>,pe- and Morns Wemstein *
vice pre.ide.it; M Cohen. <,-.- honorary president of the ^ Sieve ^utl^T^'-Cft^
- Redman I* Sister- Women.S^^
honorary president______ 000 has more than 700 chapters 124th ter.
Proceeds for 'Big Brother'
Great Gables restaurant on S
Dixie hwy. \\a- the Mte Tuesda]
evening of a card party sponsored
I i. ater Miami I
of Pythias. Pr
Big Brother M according
to Mrs Edward Bran on, I ba r
man Her assistants were Mrs. Merv
01 and. Ml
Ina secretary; I*on Cook, hood's
isorer; .Terry Grcennere. pub-
licity chairman: and H. Loui- R..it
man. chaplaia.
Mrs. Isidore Friedman, chair-
man, said Wednesday, the iiv
stallation affair will lso mark
the assumption of office for the
Men's Club and tynancju?.
dent of
- are M
Waldman, vice president

Younj A4uUs fj Dxtce
~errip!e Emanu-F.i You
will hold a -spring[ f,
Sunday evemn, the Temple Irving Schwartz, vice president
Cial hn.l. Buddy Becker and his Jacob Kaufman, secret.,
orchestra ,,; ho teamed. __CoMsiem1_I^^
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day, March 29, 1957
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afly engaged in rehearsal* are 12-voice day evening at Temple Israel. Premiere per-
pir. Cantor Jacob Bornstein and organist formance will be part of special sacred music
Frances Tarboux, who will perform Isadore Sabbath eve service to which public is invited
Fieed's oratorio, "The Prophecy ol Micnh," Fri-
remiere Performance of Oratorio
Due at Temple Israel Friday Evening
IA premiere performance "":. Thee that pardoneth in-
lijor work in the field of A i j <- This plea for Justice and
L religious music is du; h- :wtiicvfi is indeed worthy of
fhen Cantor Jacob Borns'.cin v) be;B3 r?called."
[choir of 12 voice-! present "T" j
Dr. Freed wrote tha oratorio
l*" y?ar and ha* boon reverently
dedicated by tho composor in
memory of hi* parents. Although
xiphecy of Micah," an ora'o y
fritten by Dr. Isadore Fred, W. '
J be performed at Temple Israel
Miami Friday evening at 8:15
|The special musical Sabbath eve
irvice is part of Temple Israel's
Uebration of its 35th anniversary
par.
["The prophet Micah is known as
of the minor Prophets, al-
ugh there is nothing secondary
ibis message, which will be sung
fn Friday evening," Rabbi Joseph
rot explained.
"Historians placo tho period of
Vn prtKhinq from about tho
mr 735 to 691 bofore tho Chris-
tian r. He lived in Judah, tho
eothern part of Palestine, end
^ii major concern wo* with tho
oral lif* of hit people, o*pocial-
' in Jerusalem.
["Micah's religious devotion was
pnded on the conviction that mor-
py is the essence of faith, not
lualism. He said. To do justice.
| love mercy and to walk humbly
h God' is what is required of
M. Therefore. Micah lashed out
I his countrymen for their failings
I the realm of moral conduct."
|_Dr. Narot added that "neverthe-
and here, too, Micah was
Me prophetic he revealed his
?aerstanding nature by suggesting
w God must forgive human weak-
" He asked, "Who is a God
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Dr. Freed is a member of the
faculty at the Julius Hartt School
of Music in Hartford, Conn., and
at the School of Sacred Music of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
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sition of music director of Temple
Israel in Lawrence, NY.
Women in Views
On New Charter
Director of the Dade County Re-
search Foundation, Harry Toulmin.
will be guest speaker at the annual
meeting of the League of Women
Voters of Miami Beach Friday
morning at the Venetian Isle motel.
'Tho Prooosad Now Charter
for Dado County" will bo tho
topic of Toulmin's talk. Tho
charter study, with a viow to
action, is ono of tho two local
items which tho League it con-
sidering Adopting for tho currant
yoar. Tho othor itom concerns
planning and loning in Miami
Beach.
Other business at the meeting
will include the election of officers
and the adoption of a proposed
budget for the coming year. League
board members will remain after
the meeting for luncheon and an
additional planning session.
Classes in Spanish
Women's Division Chamber of
Commerce of Surfside, Bal Har-
bour and Bay Harbor Islands, an-
nounced Wednesday a public in-
struction course in beginner's Span-
ish. Registration will be held at 7
p.m. Monday, Apr. 1, at the Beach
House, 93rd st. and Collins ave.,
and classes will be held for eight
weeks at 7 p.m. on Monday and
Wednesday.
Perfect Circle Plans Party
Perfect Circle, Temple Emanu-
El's club for young married
couples, will hold a beach party and
barbecue Apr. 6, according to Leon
Sirkin, president. Chairman of the
affair is Donald Kaplan.
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Page 6-B
S feminine
Trio to be Honored
For Dedication
"Kanot." youth agricultural
school on the road to the Negev in
I.-rael. will remember honors be-
stowed upon three Pioneer Women
in Miami.
T^ie Mesdames Phillip Kunin,
Afirhm Jaffe and Isidor Rosenstein
will be honored as "Kanot Build-
ers* by Pioneer Women's Club I
at a farewell party Monday evenine
in the Algiers hotel.
Quest speaker will be Council-
mail Harold Shapiro. Mr*. Frances
Packer will sing folksongs, with
Anyuta Melicov at the piano.
"Kanot Builders" certificates
will be given the Miami women "in
recognition of their many years of
devoted service" toward the com-
pletion of this village, where class-
es of 400 Israeli youth will learn
the skills necessary for redeeming
the Negev.
Funds which the Coral Gables
chapter of Pioneer Women will
raise at a luncheon card party
Tuesday at the H 4 M restaurant.
3727 SW 8th st are earmarked for,
the school.
n the Donor Luncheon
For North Dade
2sife**i*
North Dade Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its fourth
mnual donor luncheon Wednesday
at the Eden Roc hotel.
be
a
noon.
Mrs. Richard Jurmain will
chairman of the day, with Mr*.
Coleman Meyer* a* co-chairman.
The event, designed to crown
the efforts and achievements of
member- throughout the yea*, will
be a gay affair.
Entertainment will feature com-
edy and songs by Fletcher Peck and
Chet Gale. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. George Baltuch. president of
the B'nai B'rith Women's Council
of South Florida.
In charge of arrangements is
Mrs. Sonia Plot kin, Moetzet chair-
man. Mrs. Harry Sklar will serve
as chairman for the afternoon.
The Golds Myerson Club will
hold picnic Sunday at Crandon
Putt, Lot 2. Pit 3. Mrs. Bess Ep-
-tein will be chairman, with Mrs.
Helen Victor, acting co-chairman.
i uads raised will go to the Child
Rescue Fund in Israel.
Caryl Barrie was elected 1957
Purim Queen at annual teen-
age Purim carnival sponsor-
ed by combined clubs of
Beach Branch of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Miss Barrie, who was co-
chairman of carnival, is presi-
pent of Sigma Lambda Sig-
ma, GMJCC social club, and
also a cheer leader at Miami
Beach High School.
Marion Colby to be
Headliner Here
Je*i*h OmJ2*
will be
A "Musical Holiday
ered Saturday
ler-Granada
Center.
On the program w
Stein concert pianist, the n2f
Granada Choral Group .Jg*
thy Roth, singer of pZi^
semi-classtca! songs. *
Mis. SM ha, be.,, (
ranoor for TV's Max $
production, for nine yMrl.""
"* tfven two concerts in th, *
he Comervatory of Mi.mL
MUs Roth has been Mf,
vontc for many years with J
varied repertoire. The choS
11 Group is under the leader.h.p*
f' Draiser.
BB Women Hold
Priority Events
Dr Joseph Hurwitz. of the I'ni-
vetfeity of Miami, was the princi-
peaker at a second session on
adflt Jewish education sponsored
by B'nai B'rith Women of Miami,
Wednesday at the home of Mrs
Murray Lazarus, 1630 SW 13th ave.
who was bostess for the day.
Mrs. Edith Naurison, chai|man
cf Miami chapter, extended invi-
tations to all chapters to attend.
*
Chapter, B'nai B'rith
rly 800
"em' I Ha annual
OOn ut the
1 Roc hotel.
Nine years of growth and de-
velopment since the chapter's in-
ception, with its small but dedi-
cated group of 38 women, was
celebrated at this event.
Special awards were presented
for individual service "in the cause
oi humanity" during the past years.
A program of entertainment in-
cluded Henry Tobias and Ann and
Albert, of the Eden Roc, as well
as many other stars. Mrs. George
Baltuch was donor chairman, with
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will meet Tuesday noon at the
Algiers hotel.
Annual donor event will honor
| all members who have made their
i donor quotas.
Mrs. Sam Rost. chairman, and he honored a
co-chairmen Mrs. Trudy Hamer Wednesday. Apr.
schlag and Mrs. Herman Jacobs, crown hotel,
have arranged the program.
*W$. UWAHHN AMI
Acodemy Women
Fete Mrs. Appel
Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president
of Hebrew Academy Women, will
"Chai" luncheon
3, at Waldman's
Miss Marion Colby, wife of Mi-
ami Beach Councilman Bernard
Frank, popular star of stage and
television, will be among guests.
An original skit by Sylvia and
Marco Scott, 'The Funny Side of
Life," will bo presented. Rudy
Baum and hi* Gypty Trio are also
: slated.
Accomplishments of the Auxil-
iary's financial assistance to the
Home for the Aged will be high-
lighted by Mrs. Sol Silverman,
president.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Manuel Tanenbaum.
Miss Lucille Blacton, drama-
tic soprano and concert per-
former, will be an additional
feature at Delano hotel Pass-
over services. Choir of eiqht
voices will be conducted by
Eli Samuels, of North Shore
Jewish Center.
Telley Tea Choice
Passover All Year
Comes the pre-Pn-sover
and the Jewish housewife begins
busying herself with her multitudi-
nous Passover shopping. And
among the downs of items she
he h*i to get, Tetley Tea oc-
prominent place. For Tet-
lej h.i- been a favorite in Jewish
homes for over 100 years.
rve Tetley Tea for PMi
la a pleasant tradition. Tetley
Leaders of the Academy and
prominent community citizens will
jpay tribute to Mrs. Appel's leader-
ship and administration of the or-
ganization's affairs. Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Appel is widely known in
this aroa as one of the founders of
the Jewish Homo for the Aged, and
for her interests in many religious
and cultural organizational activi-
ties.
Mrs. Isidore Spolter. journal
chairman, announced that gold
charm bracelets will be awarded at
the luncheon to those who have
shown top achievement in year
book subscriptions.
Mrs. Irving Firtel, chairman of
the affair, will be assisted by Mrs.
David Andron. co-chairman.
Mrs. Paul
$*'! Named Chokmn
Second annual traditional supper
and dance sponsored by the Goldei
Age Friendship dub of the Ton
Branch will be held Sunday eve-
ning at the Center's auditorial,
450 SW 16th ave. Henry Garijoa,
president, has appointed Mrs. Amj
Levine, first vice president of toe
group, as chairman of the affair.
U.S. Treasurer
Launch Building
Balkin Lodge Elects
New Officers Here j
Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge of Bnai J
B'rith recently held an annual clec-!
tion of officers at Temple Zion.
Elected to serve for the 1957-58^
term were: president, Charles Sie-
avitch; president-elect, Dr. William
Wilson; first vice president. Ed-
,all surprising that Tetley Tea is so
popular in Jewish homes.
Ml r hi. h he ^llbod" Ward S,crn: second President,
entire lS ^ T*' in the Morris Herman; corresponding sec-
entire world. It is therefore not at retary, Edward Baker
retary. Mrs. Emanuel Pincus
president of the chapter.
New Film from Israel
Israelite Center will meet Tues-
day evening. Scheduled is one cf
nesses will receive their envelopes
of Easter Seals by Saturday.
The Society will dedicate its new
Center at 1475 NW 14th ave. Sun
Recording secretary, Marvin
Bloom; treasurer, Bob Zimmett;
financial secretary, Ray Boniske;
warden. Arthur Berken; guardian.
Bernard Schumacher; and chap-
lain, Ben Fenster.
Trustees include Belvin Fried
toa in the world. It I* tea that \%lson- Mike Morrell and Kenneth
appropriate for every forth-, occa-
iron.
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MKS. BIRNARD fROMM
Fromms Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fromm
are honeymooning in Mexico City.
The couple exchanged wedding
vows Sunday in the Park Lane ho-
tel. New York City Rabbi Aaron
Paperman, of Cleveland, O., offi-
ciated.
The bride is the former Barbara
Ellen Garner, daughter of Mrs,
David B. Garner, 1265 Marseilles
dr., Miami Beach, and the late Mr.
Garner. Mr. Fromm is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Fromm. of
Plainfield. N.J.
For her wedding the bride se-
lected a white gown of silk organza
over taffeta. Alencon lace and '
pearls bordered the neckline. Her
French illusion veil was attached
to a crown of seed pearls. She car-
ried white orchids on a white
Bible.
MRS. IDWARD FUDHAN
In Mexico City
Maid of honor was Judy
! Fromm. sifter of the groom. She
wore a dress of pink linen on white
tulle and carried pink and red
j roses.
Harry Msy-r of Maplewood, N.J..
was best man.
A reception was held in the
crystal ballroom of the Park Lane
hotel.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Miami, where
she was a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon.
Mr. Fromm graduated cum laude
from Lehigh University, where he
was a member of the Brown Key.
, Senior Cabinet, Pi Lambda Phi. Al-
pha Kappa Psi, and the Accounting
Society.
| Mrs. Feldman in
Chantilly Gown
Arlene Ruth Gross and Edward
Stanley Feldman exchanged wed-
, ding vows Sunday in Pennsylvania.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Grass. 2890 Coa-
coochee st.. Miami. Mr. Feldman
is the son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph
Feldman of McKeesport. Pa.
| For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a white gown of French
chantilly lace over satin. She car-
ried a white Bible with white or-
chids.
The couple will live in McKees-
port. Pa.
Franks to Live
On La Gorce Dr.
Mrs. Claire A Lamly. 995 W.
48th >t Miami Beach, formerly of
New Vork Ctty. and Wesl Hartford,
i Conn., became the bride of Morton
Frank. SOS 01 Mr [rvinf Frank. Mi-
ami, and the late Sadie Frank. Wed-
nesday, in Rabbi Joseph Narot's
study.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs loin- Genh, of New York
City She attended New York I'm-
versily. where she Wei a sociology
major. Mr. Frank attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and received his
law degree at the University of
Miami.
The bride wore a delicate pink
sheath of peau de soie and match-
ing hat. with reembroidered bugle
beadl and white short gloves. She
carried white orchids.
The couple are honeymooning in
the Keys. Upon their return they
will make their home at 5400 La
Gorce dr., Miami Beach.
Friday, |
*ISS ASCH
HISS tm
These Girls Plan to Exchange Vow*
Mr an/t Mrs IV..-. H o..,_- ,_,__ O '""5-'
MRS. MIKll HICHAM
Miss Brenner Now
Is Mrs. Michaels
Paulette Brenner became the
bride of Merle Michaels Sunday in
a ceremony at the Balmoral hotel.
Bal Harbour.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Mary
Brenner. 736 13th st., Miami Beach.
Mr. Michaels is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nate Michaels. 9041 Harding
ave., Miami Beach.
The bride, given in marriage by
Louis Quinto, wore a powder blue
gown with matching accessories
and carried an arrangement of
white orchids on a white Bible.
Her maid of honor, Sandy Thier-
man. wore a pink taffeta gown and
carried an old-fashioned bouquet.
Gusick, Rubin
Eye August Rites
Irma Gusick and Leonard H. Ru-
bin are engaged. The couple's be-
trothal is being announced bv the
bride-elect s parents. Mr. and' Mrs
Alfred F Sonkin, 818 84th st Mi-
ami Beach.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rubin. 821 Jefferson
ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Gusick graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School. Mr Rubin
attended Long Island University
and received his law degree from
Brooklyn Law School. He is a mem-
I lf T,u D*"8 "" fraternity
The couple plan to be nurried
| sometime in August.
Leo Michaels was best man
The former Miss Brenner is a
graduate of Miami Beech High
School Her husband also gradual
*d from Miami Beach and.the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Golden Jubilee Fete
For Loiter Chapter
I Lorber chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren will hold its golden jubilee
donor luncheon Thursday. Apr 4
at the Seville hotel.
Special feature of the afternoon
will be the donation of a cake, com-
memorating the Home's golden an-
niversary, from Lorber chapter to
Variety Children's Hospital. Jack
Bell, in behalf of the hospital, will
accent the six-tiered cake donated
to the Chapter by Pollen* Bakery.
Crowned "Queen for a Day" will
be the member who has contributed
the greatest amount of effort to
Lorber fund raising projects.
Harvey Bell, vocalist, accompa-
nied by Fred Thompson will pro-
vide entertainment for the after-
noon. Donor Luncheon chairman is
, Mrs. Irving Herris.
*> Bank Party Sdfdmlf
Stephen S. Wise group of Miami
[Beach chapter of Hadassah are
Planning an Eye Bank party to be
held Wednesday noon. Apr. 3 at
the Surfside Beach house. Mrs.
Mrtxi Bernstein is chairman. Eye
Bank project is instrumental in
curing Israeli children of tra-
choma
Mr. and Mrs. David Bornstein.
1948 SW 21st ter., are announcing
the engagement of their daughter,
Joan, to Leonard Marvin Kaler, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler, 470
SW 21st rd.
Miss Bornstein attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, and her fiance
went to the University of Florida
where he was president of Alpha
Epsilon Pi social fraternity and
national president of the Cavaliers
Society.
June wedding is planned.

Travis Bander
Iva R. Bander and Lawrence B.
Travis were married Mar. 9 at the
Algiers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Bander. Surfcom-
ber hotel, Miami Beach. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr .and Mrs W
William Travis, 728 83rd st., Miami
Beach. {j
The couple will live at 1950 NW
187th st.
a
Sawder Refkin
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sander. 58S
E. 2th st.. Hialeah. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Nancy Jane, to David Jay Rafkin,
son of Mrs. Florence Rafkin, 1502
SW 2nd st.
Miss Sander graduated from Mi-
ami Jackson High School and now
attends the University of Miami.
Mr. Rafkin, also a graduate of
Jackson, attended tha UM where he
played with the symphoBJ,
*
m r.B*rLUch B,r"'in
Miss Ruth Hone Bamch and,
fred E. Bernstein will m<,
ding vows June 20 in Gar, L
MrLBWhDMhedl*'
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Biru-k i
Gary. Her fiance, now a rtsifat,
Gary, is the son of Mrs
Bernstein. 1179 Bay dr
Beach, and the late Mr. Ben,
Both are. seniors at the (j|
sity of Miami. Mr. Bernstemj,,
filiated with Phi Epsilon n .
Alpha Delta Sigma fraternities.

Aseh Yeston
Mr. and Mrs William Ase
NE 161st st.. North Miami
and New Haven. Conn., an
the engagement of their dau.
Marcia Toby, to Lawrence S.
ton.
Mr. Yeston is the son of Mr.
Mrs. Alfred Yeston of Jersey i
N.J.
A September wedding is
ned,
Donor Luncheon Siniq
Coral Way Jewish Center!
hood will hold a donor
Sunday noon at Waldmans i
hotel. Featured will be i
show coordinated by Mis)
Young. Mrs. Martin Hirsdrui
man of the affair
Til* family of the late
HOWARD STANLEY LEYINS0N
wish to express their deep appreciation of Ihe many
kind expressions of sympathy received during their
recant bereavement
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larch 29, 1951
Jpwif> nrrfd/ar)
ress Meets Congress' a Feature
thcoming Washington Convention
Page 9-B
tmens Division of the
J(nvi.h Congrew will
Ltjonal convention at the
"reham in Washington,
May 5 to 8.
1000 delegates represent-
_cn'> Division groups
fct the nation are expected
fthe four-day parley.
Iheon Fetes
re Workers
filah Congregation Sister-
| honor Mrs. Mayer Katz at
i Monday noon in the
935 Euclid ave.
easion will also mark
ding anniversary of Rab-
r$. Maytr Katx.
fatz has been Sisterhood
for eight consecutive
[he was recently reelected
Jterm.
IKati is corresponding sec-
Beth Tfilah. as well as
tident of its Chevra Mish-
tuple are former residents
eilo, N.Y.
/

Mr*. Charles Feinberg, of Mi-
ami Beach, a vice) president of
the national Women's Division
and president of its Florida sec-
tion, has been appointed conven-
tion chairnvkn.
The forthcoming convention will
explore the theme, "A Woman's
Place is in the World." In the
course of appraising women's "con-
tributions, conflicts and challen-
ges," the delegates will give special
attention to the role of women in
government, international affairs,
community organizations and ed-
ucation.
The convention's opening ses-
sion on Sunday evening. May 5,
will be highlighted by the pres-
entation of awards to outstanding
women of the year. The evening
session of May 6 will feature an
Israel Independence Day Dinner.
In addition to plenary sessions,
seminars and workshops, visits to
the U.S. Congress and to the Su-
preme Court have been arranged.
Another unusual feature "Con-
gress Meets Congress"will be a
reception for U.S. Senators and
Congressmen who represent con-
vention delegations.
Summer Day Camps Open Registration
For Four 6MJCC Locations in Miami
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Beginning Friday evening. Mar.
29, the Dade Heights Jewish Com-
munity Center, 18160 NW 2nd ave.,
North Miami, will hold Sabbath
services conducted by Us own
members.
A choir has been formed, in
charge of information are Fred
Cullen, 19615 NW 6th ct., and Mrs.
Selig Miller, 10 NW 193rd ter.
Services will commence at 8:15
p.m.
A family picnic will bo held Sun-
day at the West end of Greynetds
Park in the log shelter, beginning
at noon.
The sub-teen group, which meets
on Thursday evenings at the Cen-
ter, announces they will present
their fiiast vaudeville variety show,
following the regular business
meeting of the Center, on Sunday,
Api\J7.
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Educators Elect
Gordon President
Election of officers for the Jew-
ish Educator's Council was held
last week at the Bureau of Jewish
Education building.
New officers are Jerome Cor-
don, educational director of
North Shore Jewish Center, pres-
ident; Jack Bornstein, education-
al director of Temple Israel, re-
cording and financial secretary.
The Educator's Council, consist-
ing of educational directors of the
Jewish schools of Greater Miami,
was chartered in 1956 as an affil-
iate of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. It mets regularly to dis-
cuss educational problems facing
the schools, plans inter-school ac-
tivity and stimulates research in
new educational procedures."
The Council is now engaged in
compiling a new Hebrew word list
tor the first three years at Hebrew
schools here. It is also drawing
up the standard school calendar for
Jewish schools for the year 1957-
1958.
Four summer day camps, spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, covering
various sections of Dade county,
will begin a simultaneous enroll-
ment next Monday, It was an-
nounced by Mrs. Ray Berrin, coun-
ty day camp committee chairman
Based upon last year's total of
over 500 children enrolled, and the
increasing trend toward early reg-
istration, Mrs. Berrin stated that a
heavy beginning enrollment is ex-
pected.
Boys and girls between the
ages of 5'4 to 12 can be registered
for this program through an in-
dividual interviewing process, in
which at least one parent must be
present with the camper.
The following locations were list-
ed for the four different camp op-
erations: Town Branch, 450 SW 16
ave.; Beach Branch, 1536 Bav rd.;
Flagler-Granada Center, 50 NW 51
pi.; North County Day Camp, 13630
West Dixie Highway.
The program will be conducted
for eight weeks from June 17
through Aug. 9, Monday through
Friday, of each week, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. The camp sessions consist of
two four-week periods.
As the leisure time arm of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the Center operates its camps on a
non-profit basis, with tuition fees
geared to the requirements of the
average family, according to Mrs.
Berrin.
"The day camping program is
aimed to fill a real community need
for a constructive summer experi-
ence for children who are not yet
ready for overnight camping or are
not able to leave home for the sum-
mer," she explained.
Activities will include swimming
instruction, athletics, Jewish ob-
servances, arts and crafts, nature
lore, dramatics, singing, and games.
Once a week, groups are taken on
trips to places of interest. The daily
program is conducted on the
grounds of each of the Center
buildings for half of each day, us-
ing outdoor and indoor facilities.
An outdoor swimming pool is
used for the second half of the day
in connection with the camp wa-
terfront program, and Red Cross
qualified waterfront counselors are
in charge of these activities.
Campers bring a packaged lunch,
which is refrigerated, and the camp
provides noontime milk and a mid-
aftemoon snack. Transportation
from home to camp and back, with-
in certain distances, is available for
those who require it.
All campers are assigned to
groups of their own age level, with
12 to 15 campers in each group, su-
pervised by a senior counselor of
college age or older, with the as-
sistance of a junior counselor.
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An evening dedicated to Israel
under the sponsorship of the Great-
er Miami chapter of the Religious
Zionists of America Mizrachi-Ha-
poel Hamizrachi
will be held Sun-
day evening at
W a 1 d m a n s
Crown hotel.
Guest speaker
will bo Yitschak
Hecht, who hat
just arrived from
Israel after par-
ticipating in the
Sinai c a mpaign.
Hecht, who is one
of the most important leaders of
the Religious Zionist movement in
Israel, will present behind-the-
scenes information.
He will be introduced by Rabbi
S. M. Zambrowsky, president of
the Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi of
Canada. The program will include
I musical entertainment and Israeli
songs.
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SATURDAY, MARCH 30
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The Dade County Tuberculosis
Assn. and the Come Back Club,
composed entirely of former TB
patients, will bold a joint annual
membership meeting Monday at
the Miami Pioneer Club.
Paul Barns, Jr., president of
the Tuberculosis Assn., and Joe
Gliekman, president of the Come
Back Club, will share presiding
honors, during which the Tuber-
culosis Assn. will salute the Come
Back Club on its tenth anniver-
sary.
Honored guest at the meeting
will be Dr. Asher Marks, medical
and research fellow in chest dis-
eases at the University of Miami
school of medicine.
Hundreds of certificates of ap-
preciation will be awarded to or-
ganizations and individuals, for
their service in the fight to conquer
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Beth Raphael to Honor Sapero
Ten Years as President Si
nordu
For his ten years as president
of Beth Raphael Congregation. Ju-
liui Snpero will be honored at a
function Sunday evening in .the
Strath Haven hotel. Sponsors are
officers and members of the con-
gregation.
Tht Sapero family helped found
Shaarei Zion Congregation in
Baltimore, Md., prior to moving
Former United States Ambassador to Israel
James G. McDonald (third from right) and Rab-
bi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth
David (third from left* look over limited edition
of Szyk Haggadah following McDonald's pres-
entation to congregation of volume in recogni-
tion of outstanding efforts for State of Israel
Bonds during High Holy Days last year. Look-
ing on (left to right) are Stanley Scher, Charles
Gottlieb, president Herbert E. Scher and Fred
Scher.
Mordechai Shclev (left), first secretary of Israel Embassy in
Washington, presents Szyk Haggadah to Rabb! Irving Lehr-
^^?nnnmP c U;E!"'" recoani,ion < congregation's sale
of S55 000 in State of Israel Bonds during Sukkoih Yizkor
appeal.
Free Loan Assn. Will Install Officers;
Judge Goldman to be Guest Speaker
I L~" A '" take Ury. Car. K .: ",rd ,
place Sunday M Mar. M, at M-v. B.M. Kun.: JorrSpSdSS
the Beth El Congregation.
Sam Phil!i->. chairman, ta\4
Wednesday that- reservations
have been rereived to full cam;
itys Isidore Schwarti, one of the
orqanizers of H*--w Free Lov
will bo installed for the seventh
consecutive year as president.
Other officers to be installed are
first vice president. Phillip Berko-
witz; second vice president, Sidney
Hew Class at Temple
Miss Claire Kelman. newly ap-
pointed youth activities director at
Temple Emanu-El. announces the
formation of an arts and crafts
class which will be held Sunday
afternoons be'w?en 3 and 5 p.m.
Albert Godol will instruct teen-
agers in a program of crafts, in
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secretary, Gertrude Phillips; treas-
urer. Harry Goldberg; credit inves-
tigators, sa-n Segal. Max Rappa-
port. Louis Weintraub.
Board ,,( directors are Meyer
?'".. A?5m Npvelsk> Bernie
'affe. Max Fendel. Rose Weintraub
Lillian Herman. Yolanda Bernstcn
Mary Hirshorn. Sam Philhps. Anna
Block. Rachel. Sakowitz. Maurice
Me- ers. Pearl Kreiger and J. Fresh
man.
Mrs. Sidney Palmer will be in-
calling officer at the candleliaht
crri7-Phii,ip*wiu "*
d by Mrs. Mary Hirshorn, Mrs.
Yolanda Bernstein, Phillip Berk-
"witr, Gertrude Indgln. and Mr,.
Berger.
Highlight of the evening will be
a presentation by Sam Elman, mem-
ber of the association. Abe S. Gold-
eluding pottery-making, painting. man w'" represent Mayor Randall
wood-working, leather-work, jewel- chr'slnia,;- Municipal Judge Mitch
model airplanes. *eav-jj "v^ma" "',I l'e .^ker of
the evening. Palmer will also act
ry-design. model airplanes, weav-
Beth Sholom Plans
For Passover Fete
Congregationa] Seder of Temple
i: h Sholom will take place Mon-
hiv evening, Apr. 15. in the new
Temple auditorium, according to an
announcement by Ralph Sporo.
president' of the congregation. Mr.
Mid Mrs. P;i\id I'rovus are chair-
men.
As in previous years, th.s con-
gregational function will he open
to the general public, as well as to
members of Icth Sholom." explain-
ed Spero.
Saturday, Mar. 30, Sunday. Mar.
31, and on Apr. 6 and 7, model
Sedorim will be conducted in the
religious school under the guid-
ance of Rabbi Leon Kronish and
educational director Sydney J.
Greenberg.
On Sunday morning. Mar. 31. a
monthly Men's Club brunch will
have as its theme "What Every
Jewish Father Ought to Know
About Conducting a Seder." Rabbi
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
and Greenberg will be on the pro-
gram.
Coral Way Center
To Welcome Rabbi
Blech on Saturday
Coral Way Jewish Center will
hold a "welcome rabbi" affair Sat-
urday evening at Hillel House on
I the University of Miami campus
1100 Miller dr.
Welcomed will be new spiritual
leader Rabbi Benjamin Blech.
Guest speakers will include
Oade County Commissioner Faris
Cowart, State Attorney Richard
Gerstein and Judge Ray Pearson.
Pahbi Blech will be presented
with a cold brick as a symbol of
the beginning of a new building for
j the Center. ;
Formerly of the West Side Jew-
ish Center of Manhattan. Rabbi
. Blech is a graduate of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary. He received
his Masters degree in social psy-
chology from Columbia University
and served as youth director at
Hebrew Institute of White Plains
*o Miami. |n i,
0h"V*.y w^'
Synagogue lt 135^w
sr' ss
~rn:s
named .t Beth Raph*?
f M Parents, Mr
Raphael Sapero.
In addition to his U
"; wi'h whom*
n the Lawrence L
Greater Miami, he-
Morton, Miami; to"
bert and Samuel, Bin-
a sister. Mrs. Mary uS
in Californ.a.
"During his p
membership of Beth I
increased tremend
Arie Becker said We
has been largely
leadership that wv
able to make ours en |
agogue."
In addition to his.
affiliation. Sapero is _
of a Guardian of IsreeT,
Rabbi Becker v
er at the affair.
chairman of the arrangti
mittee.
Elected to Membership
Henry End and Associates, in-
terior designers of 1178 NE 40th
st.. Miami, announced Wednesday
that Henry End. AID., has been
elected a member of the Industrial
Designers' Institute. Florida chap-
ter. This group is composed of the
leading designers of industrial con
struction in the "State of Florida
Venerated Rabbi
Is Miami Visitor
A rabbi descended from a long
line of famed scholars has arrived
here in Miami Beach.
Rabbi Israel Rabinowicz. former
grand rabbi of Keshinof. Rumania,
is a winter visitor with Mrs. Rabin-
owicz at 843 Meridian ave.
A seventh generation descen-
dant of Baal Shorn Tov, th> foun-
der of chassidism, Rabbi Rabin-
owici is venerated for hit exten-
sive knowledge of Jewish law.
Prior to World War II, his dis-
ciples were said to have exceeded
20.000 The author of a large num-
ber of treatises on Talmudic inter-
pretations and on Judaism, he was
lUllUS JAffK
responsible for the formation of a'NW 1st st.
Diabitics fo Heor 1*
On Problems of Stii
Greater Miami LiJ
Assn. will meet Mondavi
the Community Services I
number of Yeshivoth in pre-Hitler
Europe.
Coming to the United States af-
ter the war. Rabbi Rabinowicz now
has the pulpit of Ohel Israel Con-
gregation in New York City.
Guest speaker will tx
F. Garrard. of Miami.
gist. His subject will be'
lems in Diabetes." A
answer period will folk*1
rard's talk.
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Ch 29, 1957

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Page U-B
we Selig Passes; Active Worker IUnlted Vaad ag With Beach Hotel
, Mrs. Monte (Fannie)
, Friday morning, 11
pie Israel, with Rabbi
| officiating. Mrs. Sehg
early Wednesday at
W. Di Lido dr., at
resident of Miami
L. past 22 years, com-
L Rochell. N.Y. The
he late Monte Selig,
er Miami communal
as active in many ma-
philanthropic organ-
Ithers, Mr. Solig wa
t of the Greater Mi-
t. National Council of
lion; past president of
,-, Auxiliary, Mt. Sinai
st board member of
,ael Sisterhood; secre-
j$t chiirman of the
Division, Greater Miami
oration; member of
[of the University of
hony Club; and mem-
irish Family Service.
| served with distinction
1 of the Women's Divis-
Miami Beach; and three grand-
children, Monte, Jon and Judy
Gordon.
Interment will be in the family
plot of Temple Israel at Graceland
Memorial Park following services
at the Temple. Newman-Gordon
Funeral Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
MRS. JENNIE B'SCHAN
5. of :,4 nk vr.th at., died Mar, is. A
resident here (even yearn, ebe Is ur-
mv.iI h> her huabnr, nil a ejater. BervICea
ere "Slur is I > (iorriua/ft Funeral
H-me, with burial In ]tt?Kahn Cent,
OJery.
United Balabatim Vaad Haka'h- Marseilles hotel.
ruth Wednesday announced the
signing of a maor contract for su-
pervision with a Miami Beach hotel.
Weiss declared that "this is our
first major contract and a great
step forward for the United Vaad,
Philip Weiss, president, said Miami's new single supervisory
that the Vaad will supervise at the kashruth organization."
MAX H. KADISH
88, of till X. Bay r<1.. dleil Mar. 20. A
l,e-f wholesaler, he wax a winter visi-
tor h.-re for 17 years. Survivors In-
clude his wife. Ida; a aon. Muses: five
(laughter. Including Mrs. Kstelle Blau-
steln. Miami: an I a sister. Services
anil burial ware In Boston, with River-
side-Beach Memorial Chapel In charge
of local arrangements.
ion of the Greater Miami Commit-
tee, State of Israel Bond campaign.
She is survived by her mother,
Mrs. Rosine Sterne, Miami Beach;
one daughter, Mrs. Peggy Gordon,
ters to the Editor
i Jewish Floridian:
r is written in an effort
pe present whereabouts
ghter of Conrad Veidt.
|was a noted German
i star several years ago.
litive of Berlin until the
he moved to England.
[1940. he came to Amer-
in Hollywood in 1943.
Ker, Vcra Viola, later
Id 1 understand that she
I in Coral Gables. It is
|thst perhaps you may
i Veidt's married name
! address.
ely interested in the
ad Veidt. and if I'can
liddress 1 would like to
Tr.
ERRY ALLEN
hams, Japan)
, SPS Hotel Dot., Japan
1503 San Francisco, Calif.
DAVID HIMELSTEIN
17, of 714 Lenox ave., died Mar. 22. He
came here seven years ago from Xan-
tlajro. Chile and W's manager of the
Concord Cafeteria, Miami Beach. Sur-
viving are his wife. Rose: two sons,
Isadore and Valentine: two daughters,
Mrs. Cells Nadel and Mrs. Elena Cas-
tro; and four brothers. HaTV. Pnm,
Morris and Jack. Services were Mar.
24 in Newman-Gordon Funeral Home,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
IRV.NG ISIDORE LEVINE
43, of 1330 Washington ave.. died Mar.
21. He was In the wholesale garment
Industry, and had come here six weeks
ago to make his borne. He was a mem-
ber of B'rlth Sholem, and served in
the armed forces during World War II.
Surviving are his wife, Helen: his par-
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
TWO thrilling Items for Whicn Ibe |enls Hyman and Bessie. Miami Beach;
Jewish Floridian COUld rightfully and three sisters...Mlaa Nettle I.evine,
boastfully be proud appeared in
the current issue.
The cool objectivity of the eru-
dite book review that analyzed in
salient terms the injustice to a
Mis. Sylvia l.cwis and Mrs. Itenee
Cllckman. Services were Mar. 21 at
Hellmnn Funeral Chapel, with burial
In Star of Pavld Cemetery.
MISS RICKIE SUSSMAN
3. of 1241 E. 9th ave Hlaleah. died
Mar. 22. She had come here two years
deceased civil servant by a number ago for her health. She is survived try
nt rmlitici' h-itrhi'tmpn inamrlv 'h,r parents. I^onard snd Evelyn two
ot political naicneimen tnameiy brotherii Peter and Michael: ami her
'Harry D. White Loyal Amen- grandparents. Phil and Ida Fein Bar-
vices and burial were in New >
ark
Mar. 24, with Hellman Funeral Chapel
in charge of local arrangements.
GROVER R. EMERICK
M, of 3S71 SW 6th St., died Mar. H. A
retired steel worker* he came here
four years a*o and was a World War
I Veteran and a member of the Ma-
Jewish Floridian:
v i' ire doing all we
lip brael with a special
I settle l he many
[of Jewish refugees from
Mary, Poland and other
m to forget
1 help* the present
nU of brae] by
ore of the products of
can").
And an angry "As I see it" that
poured its powerful argument onto
the double-dealing powers-that-be,
exposing their duplicity and das-
tardly acts of omission. It was a
clarion call by an aroused patriot,'ionic lodge. He is survived by his
l.i,p _j c-noitivo hoino to thai I wife, Alice; and two daughters. I.inda
scholar and sensitive Deing to ini,,ni, Ml Babotte Odeasky. services
lethargic to awaken, tO the Un- were Mar. 24 in RIverslrt.'-Heach Me-
caring to take care, to the lackadais- m^,l,.(,'v"'"
ical to accept their responsibilities.
You have my heartfelt thanks
for your fearless journalism and
for your courage in publishing your
honest views.
CHAIM ROSE,
Adult Education Director
Miami Beach Recreation Dopt.
Florida ADL to Air
Religion in Schools
A State Anti Defamation League
''' U wine, liquor, candy, i conference on religion
MRS. BERTHA ROSENZWEIG
67. of 1882 SW 16th at., died Mar. 21.
She was a member of the Miami He-
blew School and Congregation Sister-
hood. Tamara Chapter of Misrachl
Women, and the Jewish Home for the
Am.I. Surviving ale her husband.
I ,,!: a son. Joseph s. Btelner; two
brothers, two atatere and one grand-
child. Hervlcea wi i Mai -'i in River-
! Chapel, with
l,lil 1,1 ill .Mt. Slnni (Vmm
JACK IMBERMAN
|| f in I sw 'ili st.. died Max 14
and o| rator of the Bryan Park
Pharmi SW Sth el
ihancellor the Ml
lodge ( Knights uf Pythlaa He waa
member (.f the Flagler-G
Center. B'nal H'rlth. Miami
Chamber <>< Commerce and m ami
Druggists Assn. lie leave* hi- wire,
works from the famous public schools will be held in 0(Hilda; a son. Ira; a daughter, OaHi
Uop, ,d maiSr SEE '
nertcan Jews will soon,
part visiting Israel again.
fiber that every dollar
pe Israeli Steamship Co.
peli airline. El Al, helps
of Israel.
|wderstand why the Yid-
"WWewish press do not
nis very important form
Israel's economy. It
hat our rabbis should
" this during their
h leaders are doing all
Taurt Israel economical-
T boycott if all of u
ffcrttohuy Israeli pro-
on Israeli boats
lando, Sunday.
Participants from major Jew-
ifh orqsni'ations throuahout
Florida will hear Dr. Hal B. Law-
is, of the University of Florida,
present the educator's viewpoint;
Burnett Roth, 5th district Anti-
Defamation League chairman,
religious education in the public
speak on the leqel implications of
schools; and Rabbi Philip Sch-
nsirson, of Orlando, discuss Im-
plication* for th* spiritual leader.
Luncheon speaker at the confer-
ence will be Sol Rabkin, national
director of the legal department of
a and .h iTde *" th Antl" De'maUn League. Rabbi
Who, m unuU,fy' "* Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El. wiU collate the sessions.
Cooperating agencies are the
American Jewish Committee, Na-
tional Conference of Jewish Wo-
Assn. Jewish War Veterans, Bureau
men. Greater Miami Rabbinical
Pass-
im ..""" me israett
** the same time
now, before
*eWUkIwied hapP_er <*"Jwiai idueatic and the Amer-
2*** ?taJl Mrs. Pcler Gla2er David
Rayvis, state Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue chairmen for B'nai B'rith chap-
ter* and lodges, will serve as co-
chairmen of the sessions. ^^^^
Israel.
EPHRAIM YAFFS
Miami Beach
NOW W OUR NEW LOCATION
|*Hta Barber SanpBv Co^ Inr.
PN'" ts. Mrfcj,- rr ;tw 4 Um4 .,..,,,
NW A$ *MTUl "O*^"
J^Ll 7th Avenu. Phcmst FR 4-4933
thers, Hen, Louis, Philip and David
Services wens Mar n In the llellmsn
Kuneral Chapel, with burial In th.-
Kiiiuhts of Pythias section of Mt. Mnal
Cemetery.
MR*. FANNIE LEVY
75, of 7-r,:, Jefferson ave.. died Mar. ZJ.
A resident here 10 years, she leaves
her husbanr, Morris, and a son, Her-
bert. Services and burial were In
Bmnklvn. with local arrangements by
Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel.
MISS ANNA MUNZCR
2 of 540 West ave.. died Mar. 24. A
resident for the past three yean., she
was a retired school teacher. She
leaves her brother. Emsnuel D. Ser-
vices and burlsl were In Phlt-.J. phla
with local arrameements by Hetlman
r'nnerul Chapels.
Rabbi Rosenberg to Speak
At Beth David PTA Meeting
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will be
guest speaker at a Beth David PTA
meeting Monday night.
His topic will be "Our Parents
The Child's Beat Teacher." A dis-
cussion period will follow.
Mrs. Morris Kleiman will pre-
side at the meeting, and reports on
the Purim carnival will be given.
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Pago 12-B
Miami Leaders
Head Emergency Rally
*JewH/k***L
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Miami Jewry has selected two
of its most dedicated civic lead-
ers to direct a mammoth humani-
tarian rescue program.
Mrs. Louis Glasser and Sam J.
Heiman will climax many years
of devoted service in the rank*
if the Combined Jewish Appeal
as they assume leadership of the
CJA Rescue Assembly" Apr. 8
The community-wide rally is ex-
pected to attract more than 3.500
persons to Miami Beach auditor-
ium, where a brilliant and excit-
ing pageant will help launch "Kes-
cue Month." Apr. 8 to May 8.
Named co-chairmen of the
hug* public function by CJA
campaign chairman John Ser-
bin, Heiman and Mrs. Glmir
will join their efforts to assist
a groat and human cause.
The quiet-spoken, self-effacing
Georgia Boy." as Sam likes to
refer to himself, is known for his
endless supply of charm and good
humoreven in the face of in-
surmountable odds. Anyone who
has served "in the ranks" in any
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
drives of recent years can atte-t
to Heiman's tireless persuasive-
ness and his "single track" ap-
proach to the job.
Indefatigable Sam
He led the CJA campaigns of
1955 and 15*56 to the highest to-
tals in local history all this,
while his One Hour Valet clean-
ing chain was entering upon its
greatest expansion program From
humble beginnings more than 25
years ago. the business has mush-
roomed into 61 branches in 25
principal cities serving nine states.
is also a vice president of the
Greater MitJnJ Jewish Federation,
and an active member of it~ a*
ecutive committee and the board
of governors.
Heiman has been named to
serve with almost all the major
philanthropic, welfare, and civic
organizations in the area. He rep-
resents Federation in the Dade
County Welfare fanning Council
and belongs to tbf American Jew
ih Committee, the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center and
B'nai B'rith. He is a life^member
of the Jewish Home for the Aged.,
Heiman served a distinguished
term as Loyal Knight of Miami
Elks Lodge 948. and held the post
of Southern regional director of
his fraternity. Tau Epsilon Phi.
The men who thinks first of
othersand on joys doing some-
thing about itcam* to Miami
in 1975 from Atlanta, where he
received his Bachelor of Arts
degree. During World War II,
he served as an Ensign with the
U.S. Coast Guard Volunteer
Port Security Fore*.
V II
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Lending youthful energy to critical Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign are these members
of Young Men's Division shown at organization
meeting at home of Lawrence Singer. Seated
(left to right) are Bernard Friedlin, D. Robert
Lewis. Lawrence E. Singer, co-chairman of
fund raising committee. Art Apple, Martin Fine,
co-chairman of fund raisinn rvs
Weinkle. chairman oT^ES'
ond Harold Fnedland. sil
Robert Shorr, Emanuel J. Smith, Ajgl
Mel Green. Jack Emmer. A. Budd i
Cravitt and Stanley C. Silber.
Retired Rabbi is 80 Years Yc
Just to prove a point during
th* l5o campaign, th* public-
ity department of Federation
kept a tab on Sam's attendance
at CJA functions. They count-
ed more than J20 meetings,
luncheons, brainstorm sessions,
cabinet events, and banquets,
where Sam delivered speeches,
telling the campaign story with
vigor and effectiveness.
He "worked his way to the top"
in Federation and CJA. going
from simple volunteer in the
Laundry Division to Division
chairman, to Trades chairman 'or
two years, then to top spot of the
general chairman.
Heiman received national rec-
ognition last year following his
trip to Israel as a member of the
I JA Overseas Study Mission. He
was named to the CJA national
campaign cabinet, and is now con-
sulted by the country's leading in-
dustrialists and philanthropists ,
their national conferences.
Others Come First
Just last year, the Council of
Ji wish Federations and Welfare
Finds named him first vice presi-
dent of its Southern region. He
Story of Seder service in 29
different pictures is now avail-
able on request. Hailed by
eminent educational leaders,
pictures tell step-by-step story
of Seder ritual in exciting 21x
16-in. reprint. Copies are
available from Maxwell
House. 1125 Hudson st., Ho
boken. N.J., or send postcard
to Seder Picture Story c o The
Jewish Floridian. Box 2973,
Miami 18, Fla.
It was "duty," back there in
1947. And it's his duty now. in
1957, Sam says, to help Jewish
refugees who need us.
"Bess" Glasser's varied career
in public service ranges wide
across local and national lines in
welfare, philanthropy, community
the fields o/ education, culture,
relations, and civic improvement
Legal Background
"Dynamic" and "indefatigable",
are the first adjectives to pop in !
your mind when you meet her.
hear her. watch her move and
talk and act.
First of all. she's a lawvera
graduate of Brooklyn Law School.
At Hunter College she received
her BA degree summa cum laude.
She taught school in the East,
came to Miami in 1935 and en-
tered the whirl of public service
almost immediately.
Bess is serving a four-year an-1
point ment as a member of the'
Florida State Welfare Board and
was chairman of the community
chest Metropolitan Division for
three years She serves as a mem-
ber of the Cnited Nations Speak-
ers' Bureau and was chairman of
the Miami Beach cancer drive.
One of her most outstanding
achievements was her leader-
hip of the CJA Women's Divi-
sion for three consecutive
year,. In 1*50, $h# w j.,^,^
"Toos in Our Town" by B'nai
B'rith Women for nor commun-
ity service.
On the national scene, she ser
ved as national vice president of
the American Jewish Congress
Women's Division, and in 1955
was the only woman to receive an
award from the Albert Einstein
medical school for leadership
Last year. Mrs. Glasser was hon-
oredby Got, Collins- appointment
to the White House Conference
on Education. In 1956. she was'
selected as one of Dade countv a
outstanding women of the vear'by
Theta Sigma Phi. and she was
recipient of a unique citation
from the National Conference of
tnnstians and Jews.
At Mt Sinai Hospital. Mrs Glas-
Srr.s.Wa?h*ad f thc P,nk Lad"**'
of the Women's Auxiliary. She is
a member of Federation's board
of governors, the Women's Divi-
sion campaign cabinet, and has
served as secretary and member
of the budget and community-
planning committees
In 1955 and 1956. CJA spon-
sored similar community assem-
blies at Miami Beach auditorium
- and Bess led them to signal
success. *
On Apr. 8 she vJfl join with
Sam Heiman to help the "Rescue
Army" save Jewish refugees
and. knowing the spirit and un-
selfish devotion of this duoCJA
has another inevitable success on
the horizon.
A reform rabbi who spent 56
years in the pulpit celebrated his
80th birthday Tuesday and is
looking forward to his golden
wedding anniversary on Aug. 88.
He is Rabbi Piter Jacobs, of
2313 36th st.. Miami Beach. Rab-
bi Jacobs came here last August
from Marshall. Tex., to retire
"just to relax and enjoy my-
self." he puts it.
But since his arrival here, he
has found time to participate In
the programs of Temple Beth
Sholom and Temple Sinai of
North Miami.
All these activities for a "retir-
ed man" 80 years young are an
Israel Bonds
Slate Meets
Two planning meetings for Great-
er Miami's observance of Israel's
ninth anniversary of independence
will be held Thursday. Apr. 4. at
the State of Israel Bonds office.
1544 Washington ave.
Chairman Jacob Sher said there
will be split sessions "so all of our
[workers and leaders can attend."
A morning meeting is scheduled
j for 9 a m and an afternoon gather-
ing at 4:30 p.m.
The sessions will mop plans
fr th* forthcoming visit in be-
half of Israel Bonds by Robert
Bnsco*, Lord Mayor of Dublin.
Th* colorful Irish official will be
gu*st of honor and principal
speaker at a dinner at th* Fon-
tamebleau hotel Sunday night
Apr. 28.
The meetings Thursdav also will
map plans for the Apr. 14 meeting
to be addressed by Sen Hubert H
Humphrey, also scheduled for the
Fontainebleau.
Sher said advance news of the '
visit of Mayor Briscoe "has stimu-'
ated more interest and excitement
than any previous event in the six-
year history of the Greater Miami
committee for State of Israel !
Bonds His appearances on net
work television indicate he is a
Personality unlike any other we
have been fortunate enough to wel-
come in recent years
Mayor Briscoe. first Jew to be
Hected to ,he chief executive^
Post in Dublin, reecived tremen
dous welcome. ,,., Hw.k jn g~
!.ll h7* k0?, ",S Spwh "ere
will| be a h.ehl.ght of the month-
^celebration of Israel's Inde-
pact of Rabbi Jacobs' interpre-
tation of his spiritual leadership
since his graduation from the He-
brew Union College In Cincinnati
beck in June, 1900.
"I have been very happy in the
ministry." he explained Wednes-
day. "I believe my principle con-
tribution has been to lift the
name of the Jew in the eyes of
the world.
"By occupying pulpits of Chris-
tian ministers, by lecturing be-
fore non-sectarian orders of on*
type or another, I have attempted
to set forth the ideals and spirit-
ual aspirations of Judaism end
Jewish philosophy to the world at
large.'*
Rabbi Jacobs' first pulpit was
in Albuqerque. New Mex., and he
subsequently ministered as spirit-
ual leader in Jacksonville. Fla.
Dr. Isaac Wise, founder of the He-
brew Union College, was among
the teachers who trained Rabbi
Jacobs for the rabbinate.
Rabbi Jacobs also holds a de-
gree from the University of Cin-
cinnati, which he received at the
time of his graduation from He-
brew Union College. He is the re-
cipient of the Jones Prize for
Public Speaking.
Mil! Hill It
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. I
er Antoinette Kobo,*l
N.Y., were married
1907, and have one dio.
Stephen Lawrence, of!
City, who will join ber|
an affair here Mar 27 ol
tion of Rabbi Jacobs' a*J
day.
Ad Agency Reveals Whitebrook's
Election as YP, Member of I
mmmm ncoms mLwmmm
The birth of Bruce Thorn.,
Tooker here has made R ma"
ents of Mr and Mrs. George Took.
er. 1335 NW 37th sj
Grandfather Tooker i, chief
pressman for The Jewish Flondisn
The new parents are Mr. and Mrs
Dean Tooker. of Miami.
Bishopric/Green 'Fielden. Inc..
one of Florida's largest advertis-
ing agencies, announces the elec-
^BjMsjsassjtion of Charles H.
afj| Latt. Vhitebrook as a
/ice president
ind a member of
the board of di-
rectors.
Whitebrook. 48.
was previously
executive vice
president of Har-
ris ft Whitebrook
Advertising. Inc.,
WatrrittoOK which association
ne recently resigned.
Krl Bishopric, president of
Bishopric Gr**n Fielcien, said
that "it is with a greet deal of
pleasure th* ^ W9tcofm Chtr.
lie Whitebrook as a partner in
our erpenh-ation. Mis many years
of advertising experience In New
York and Miami should be of in-
valuable assistance to us in our
expansion plans, and in our s*r
**'" of present end prospective
clients.**
Whitebrook moved to Miami
Beach in 195i ,fter ,q yMrs
executive vice president of Norman
D Waters ft Associate*. Inc.. a New
York advertising agency, and six
rers with Sterling Advertising
Agency The clients bandied by
Whitebrook during bis career in-
' elude many top advertu,
fields of fashion, home fa
cosmetics, packaged
ances. real estate, 1
order, and resort and |
hotels.
Among the many civic I
by Whitebrook are
board of governors of I
Chamber of Commerce
president of its Service i
fajMiMlal Division, progrial
man of Miami Beach Roiinj
finance chairman of -J *\
convention committee of
vertising Club of Great*
which will be host to the A-
ing Federation of AmenaJ
He is also chain**"''**
licity committee of Ikef".
Sinai Hospital iW**P3
and co-chairman
of As
and co-chairman w j
Division of Combined *"|
peel.
Whitebrook *elar*i
joining Bishopric &**
Inc.. he was influenced *
respect fr I heir
ethics "wherever our
have crossed, for uW'
paths ii
creative approach h,ctW
'to an advertiser's pro **
Bishopric Green Fi-
tted in the BC-FbW
Five Points intersect**
Way and SW 3rd i
recently celebrated*
nry as a Miami


)ar
JWitzvali
DH
1
of Mr. and Mrs.
..gent. 735 82nd St..
ome Bar Mitzvah Sat-
noming, Mar. 30, at
khoie Jewish Center.
l^layer, Abramowitz
Iridu'tf the services.
I a student in the Re-
chool of the Center.
nds Nautilus Junior
Ronald Morris Dranow be-
came Bar Mitzvah Saturdayv
Mar. 23. He is son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Dranow, 1450 SW
17th St., and attends Shenan-
doah Junior High. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz officiated at 2a-
mora Jewish Center service,
where Ronald attends religi-
ous school. Reception and
dinner was held in his honor
at Algiers hotel Sunday.
Out-of-Towners
Fete Pakowiti
Albert Pakowitz will become Bar
Mitrvah during Saturday morning
services. Mar. 30, of Beth Raphael
C o n g r e g ation.
Rabbi Arie Beck
er will officiate.
Albert is the
son of Mr. anr
Mrs. Sol Pako
witz, 1128 NW
>7th ave., Miami.
A seventh.
grade student ai
Robert E. Let
Junior High, he
will be honored
at a reception and dinner Sunday
in the Strath Haven hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
i his maternal grandmother, Mrs. B.
Resnik. Also attending from out-
of-town will be Mr. and Mrs. Na-'
, than Podwel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry !
Podwel. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lieb- j
man, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Resmok,
George Podwel and Miss Gail Lieb- i
man.
/
ALokkf
Joint Meeting Scheduled
"Telescopes and planets" will be
the subject of a talk by Carl Carl-
ton, of the Gulfstream Astronomi-
cal Assn., at a meeting co-sponsored
by the Miami Public Library and
the Junior Tropical Audubon So-
ciety on Apr. 5 in the auditorium
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of the library, 1 Biscayne blvd. A
film, "The American Flamingo,"
will also be shown.
i
s
Iz
lb the BEST.'
S
:a Hurwitz
Mitzvah
llUe. daughter of Rabbi
[JJ. Leon Hurwitz, of Za-
. Center, Coral Gables,
> Bas Mitzvah Saturday,
Zamora Jewish Center.
plorris Skop. of Temple
Gables, will assist
mitr in officiating at the
[Also sharing in the ser-
ftouis Schwartzman, ex-
of the Bureau of
nttk Ra,Miizvah will
" kj*Abraham Maloff
I Qtddow. representing
egation; Mrs. Harold Rein-
Sisterhood; and Harry
presenting the Men's Club.
nuel Aliman will repre-
TA. and Donald Tcsrher
greetings on behalf of
it body. A Kiddosn re-
kill follow 1 !><> .services.
It- an on!-i mding student
lehreu Academy in Miami
Ind an act.v.. member of
JJewi.-h ( ent( r pre-teen age
P- 1" n L"ic-is
'thfiBij Mitzvah will be
maternal grandfather,
HM ue leader of
1 b Island, N.Y.
[Bar Mitivah
ftsonofMr. and Mrs. Mar-
tr' ,335 Bia-riti dr., will
* Mitrvah Saturday, Mar.
Hh Shore Jewish Center.
C" Abramowitz will offi-
fwrd is a student in re-
Prtnnl o| (>, ter, and at-
Pu'"ii> Junior High.
N* Ki$ Topic
will be
i DJ Dr.
I'' ''" S lurday evening
1 rum, nth
Kershaw
modci
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Pcissover Candies
Kosher L'PesacS
[Archer Fruit Company
317 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Opaeufe Nominee Theatre
Phone JE 1-6950
ARCHIE MXK
Charter Hearings!
Slated Next Week
Public hearings on the proposed
Home Rule Charter for Dade coun-
ty will be held next week in three
locations in the county.
The Metropolitan Charter Board,
which was appointed by Gov.
LeRoy Collins to draft the Home
Rule Charter, completed work on
the tentative charter last week.
The first of the public hearings
will be held at S p.m., Tuesday,
Apr. 2, at the clubhouse of the
Biscayne Gardens Civic Club,
150th st. and N. Miami ave.
On Apr. 3, at 8 p.m., the second
public hearing will be held in the
Municipal Courtroom, Homestead
Police Dept., 711 NE 1st rd., Home-
stead.
The third meeting will be held
Apr. 4, in the board room of the
Plumbing Industry Programs, Inc.,
2526 W. Flagler st.
Complete copies of the tentative
Home Rule Charter can be obtained
at the Metropolitan Charter Board
headquarters, 213 NE 2nd ave. "
The county will be asked to vote
on the Home Rule Charter in a
special election which has been
scheduled for May 21.
Karen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Michaelson, 726
82nd St., will become Bas Mitz-
vah Friday evening. Mar. 2B,
at North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate. Karen Is a student
at religious school of North
Shore Jewish Center.
Cantors Slated in
Secular Works
Three cantors of the Greater Mi-
ami area will perform in secular
works with the String Sinfonietta
of Temple Judea Sunday evening
at the Temple.
They are Cantors Samual Kel-
rnar. Temple Bath Sholom; Irv-
ing Robinson, Tampla Judea; and
Jacob Bornstain, Tampla Israel.
The combined choirs of Temple
Judea, numbering some 40
voices, will also participate in the
"Ballad for Americans."
In addition to the Earl Robinson
and John La ToucMe "Ballad."
other works to be performed in-
clude "Golden Sonata," by Henry
Purcell: Brandenbure Concerto No
3, by Bach; and "Choral Suite."
from the works of Rodgers and
Hammerstein.
Scheduled as the religious por-
tion of the program are "The Mi
grations of a Melody" ("Gilml
von a Nigun")with musical set-
tin;; by Cantor Kelemer and Robert
director of the Sinfoni-
etta: The Rabbi of Bachrach,"
composed by Strassburg in com-
memoration of the 100th anniver-
sary of the death of Heinrich Heine
(1797-1956); and "Ki Mitzion," by
E. Pugatchov, with string setting
by Strassburg.
Prof.Clarko to. Toft
Edward Clarke, of the Uni-
versity of Miami, will review IB
Aztecs of Mexico." by George C.
Vailant, Thursday morning. Apr. 4,
in the auditorium of the Miami
Women's Club. Music will be by
(oildye Naftulin, violinist, with Re-
becca Munn, accompanist.
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Gables Launches Campaign with Talk
By Comay as Area Mobilizes for Drive
The Coral Gables Combined Jewish Appeal campaign was officially
launched at a brilliant initial gifts function Sunday noon.
Coral Gables area chairman Nathan Winokur lias announced that
His Excellency fflchal S. Camay, I-rael Ambassador to the Dominion
of Canada, was gu t ol honor
and principal sneaker at the
luncheon event held at the
new Great Gables restaurant, 5716
South Dixie hwy.
The committee ir> charge of the
important kickoff function in-
cluded Meyer A. Baski \ Louis E.
Goldman, Sam J. Heiman, Dr.
David Kirsh, Jay Kislak, Stanley C
:k twice tecerated tor gallantry
in ac'
in January, 1946 Comay lettled
in Palestine, 'and was connected
w'i'h the Political Department of
the Jewish Agency, serving in
Jerusalem i I nKad Na-
tions, and earning out political
missions in Australia, New Zea-
land and South Africa.
On the establishment of the
State of Israel in May, 1948, he was
appointed director of the British
Commonwealth Division of the Is-
rael Foreign Ministry, and became
assistant director general of the
Ministry in 1952.2
In 1953. Comay was appointed
First Minister of Israel to Canada,
and became the Ambassador of Is-;
rael in August. 1954. when the
-t.i!us of the legation anu raised
to that of an Embas\\
Comay was a member of the Is-
rael Delegation to the United Na-
tions General Assembly in 1948,
1P55 and also to the present I'nited
Nations General Assembly.
10 A Executive to Speak
National vice president of the
Zionist Organization of America
Dr. Morton J. Robbins will be
guest iptalwr at a meeting of the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum Sunday
evening.
He will discuss "Zionism and
Americanism." Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. Spinoza Forum director, will
preside.
Music is Theme
Of TV Program
Next program in the new weekly
half-hour TV series. Let Thy Peo-
ple Know." will present I musical
cavalcade, "Jewish Music Through
i the Ages." Sunday morning, 11
a.m.. over channel 7.
Features of this telecast will
highlight picturesque sequences,
including "The Harp of David."
"The Chant of the Prophets," "Folk
Music and Dances." "The Song of
the Synagogue." and "Music from
the Heart of Israel."
The program is one of a reg-
ular series of telecasts presented
under the auspices of the Syna-
gogue Council of America and
emanating from Greater Miami.
Dr. David S. Andron is coordin-
ator and producer of the series.
Newly elected officers ol Dade Men's chapter J
Jewish Congress are seated (left to right) Unrv S
urer; Harry Levy president; Leonard Friedktnd ,
David Brodsky, financial secretary- A ] SalL,
ponding secretary; and James Paulen." recor*?
Not shown is Rabbi Jonah Caplan. vice prSSV
ceived its charter at special Stephen Wise^n
community observance Mar. 14 at Algiers hoteL
MICH All CCMit
Myers, Col. Nathan Rood, David
Rifas, Wm. D. Singer, Arthur
Shandloff, Bernard Stevens, Sam
Weissel, and Nathan Winokur.
The Ambassador has Law de-.
Representatives of major Jew-
ish grouos in Dade county gave
a standing ovation to the United
Nations de'egare, who urged an
all out suoncrt of Israel in this
vear of crisisthe gravest period
in her history since 1948.
"Israel is here to stayand her
recent display of courage and de-
termination has indelibly impres-
sed the rest of the world with this
During the forthcoming weeks,
important personalities, including
i S Sen Humphrey and Hon. Rob-
ert Bn-eoe. Lord Mayor of Dublin,
In land, aril] appear on the pro-
gram.
Comay told his listeners. Ex-
pressions of confidence and sup-
grees from the University of Cape ( .
town in South Africa and prac-
tieed law until the outbreak *S ETb7L3 hconI,clence.l anrt sup-
second World War. As a major i **" b> Jew,sh communl"<* every-
with the South African forces, he unere continue to hearten Israel,
-------------------------------, the Ambassador said.
To DC Hostess Wednesday He commended the presidents
Roosevelt Temple 33 will be hos- ana" barters of organized JewTy of
tess to the Fifth District of Pvthian South Florida for their visible dem-
Sisters when combined Temples onslration of unity in replying to
meet Wednesday evening at Dora the terrible challenge which threat-I
August Hall. 500 SW 17th BV* ms Wjsh lives
Company's Growth
Marked in Miami
Mar 12 was the 45th anniversary
of the Fuchs Baking Co., manufac-
turers of delicious Holsum Bread
Way back on Mar. 12, 1912. in
Homestesd, Fla., Charles R. Fuchs
and his son. Charles, Jr., started in
the grocery bakery business with a
handful of employees and a deter-
mination to make the best bread
possible.
Soon the demand for Fuchs Ba-
king Co. bread was so great that
a relay station was opened in Mi-
ami. By 1934. the plant was moved
to its present location in South Mi-
ami on Dixie Hwy.
The bakery has continued to
expand since then. In 1948, the
Holsum manufacturer opened
one of the most modern automa-
tic plants in the world on its busi-
*V- ~ "*"* in the
South Miami area today. Tues-
day, ground was broken for an
even more modern plant to be
erected in the ntr future.
On its 45th anniversary, Fuchs
Baking Co. employs 500 persons
on its staff-all experts in their
field. From the day of its found-
ing with five employees, the com-
pany has grown to the point where
rector, assists in holding 30-poundI cake adver,*sna ^ J- p- Cash, company presi-
Serving all Florida will be expanded Cancer
Institute at Miami. Plans have been announ-
ced for a building fund campaign to finance
additions totalling $932,000 to Institute by
Charles Sykes. president. Cancer Institute here
is one of world's leading cytology centers and
already has trained scores of cytologists from
&rPSa2rmSanada d ^
ida u.il12e series 0TlirnCa^rt,0f "S
be formally launched dunn!" ,CampTan wU1
of Pan Amlr,canC^tTy^v,nC9onk^nqUe,
at Eden Roc hotel Apr. 25 to 29^ Cnlerence
^^bshsTIi'
INSURANCE
DIVISION
These Miami business men will do their part to "in
future for Jewish refugees in Israel and for thouscu
here and overseas. Members of Combined Jewish i
surance Division deft to right). Bernard H. Pallant, I
man and rred Diamond meet with division dun
Diamond to "sell CJA service policy" to associates i
PASSOVER TREATS
FOR THE YOUNGSTEI
- X
EGG I
Melt-ln-yoiir moutni
Sugared or chocolate-*
ALL KOSHER FOR PASSOVER!
ALL PARVE!
Chocolate
EGG MAI
Our own i
HOROWITZ-MARGAREIS
DISTRIBUTED BV:
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larch 29. 1957
+Je*ist>fk)rfcftor
mtation Set
[th David;
Cohen Slated
Armon.1 B. Cohen, me*
[board <>f overseers of the
hcolo-ical Seminary, <>f
kill br- guest speaker at
Uvi.4 Seminary meeting
vepjr* Apr. 7, in the
ileau hotel .
i j. Smith, chairman of
David Seminary commit-
lav that the con-
will present to Rabbi
Beth David Award of
.llich will establish in
"a scholarship for a .tu-
[ inical school of the
' explained Smith,
regstion will receive the
[Iht student who will be
scholarship rel who
signed as the Beth David
udent."
Smith on the committee
Aronovitz, Harold Ber-
ael Breakstone, George
larry Cranman, Danny
Emmer, John Feller,
Sottlieb, Maurice Hyman,
i, Sam Ostrowsky,
urisch. AI Quadow, Mor-
owitz. Fred Sandier, Her-
r, Bert Slier, Jacob Sher,
tor, Jerry Stern and Sid-
er.
|Cohen. spiritual leader of
agogue, Cleveland, O., has
of various Cleveland
anthropic and communal
, He is a former president
Cleveland Zionist Dis-
(the .Jewish National Fund
of that city. He is a mem-
board of trustees of the
rs' League of Ohio, the
Community Federation, Le-
[Society, Academy of Poli-
i Social Sciences.
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Emanuel J. Smith (right), chairman of Beth David Seminary
committee, is shown discussing with Herbert E. Scher (left),
president of Beth David Congregation, and Rabbi Yaakov Ro-
senberg, spiritual leader, Beth David's Award of $10,000 which
will be presented to Jewish Theological Seminary at a meet-
ing Sunday, Apr. 7, at Fontainebleau hotel.
Dramatic Narrative
At Third Seder
Cantor Samuel Kelemer will corn-
nose a dramatic narrative version
of the Haggadah for a third Seder
function sponsored by the Israel
Histadrut committee of Greater
Miami.
Ehiel Lesowoder, president of
tho Israeli Histadrut committee
here, Wednesday revealed that
the Temple Beth Sholom cantor
will present the unique work to
be performed in Yiddish and He-
brew at the Waldman Crown
hotel Saturday, evening, Apr. 20.
Guest speaker wi'l he FWonqn
Yishai, secretary to Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion.
"The Haggadah is one of the most
significant creations of the Jewish
spirit," Lesowoder said. "The orig-
inal Hagaddah for the third Seder
was written under the impact of
the creation of the State of Israel.
It speaks of the liberation of Jewry,
^-Custard
lys Favorite
rt-custard, a year-'round
liavorite, is one of the few
I products certified for use
|the Passover. This tasty
lessen contains no corn-
is light and refreshing, a
fending for the festive meals
[luring the holidays.
find rennet custards easy
i. Because they are not
hitkened, no cooking is re-
Simply heat 2 cups of milk
arm, end stir in 1 package
set" Rennet Powder. In 10
^ the milk thickens to deli-
>tard consistency and is
chill.
American flag is presented to Justice of Peace Malvin England-
er in hi courtroom on Miami Beach by North Shore Post 677,
Jewish War Veterans. Making presentation last week (left to
right), Alfred Lesser, Judge Englander, Constable Rocky Pom-
erance and Henry Kamp. ^
Something New in Passover Foods
Something delightfully new in shipped to, and will soon be n
Bole family, from the baby
will enjoy this deli-
made
Passover foods is now being offered | available at, your grocers and su-
permarkets that feature Passover
food. Next time you're at your
favorite food store, look for Festive
Finer Foods to facilitate your Pass-
over meals.
to the modern American Jewish
homemaker by Festive Finer Foods
of Baltimore, Md.
This interesting variety of foods.
There are 7 pleasant packed under the strict super-
to choose from vanilla,! vision of Rabbi S. H. Vitsick. will
orange, raspberry, straw- brighten up your Passover meals.
Ifhocolatc. and maple. You
N rennet Misiards plain, or
Mopping for a special treat.
" uces, nu!-, a sprinkling
mn or nutmeg, or whip-
, ''" make rennet desserts
j.ur the grown-ups.
wnnet custards often
"out the yearas well as
the Passover.S.T.
"once Scheduled
l dance will be held Sat-
|*vening at North Shore Jew-
"w Sponsors are the Friend-
puo for unattached men and
,v 30 years of age.
Packaged in tin and glass, these
tasty foods are absolutely parve
and kosher for the holiday. This
new pack affords greater conven-
ience, and heightens the delici-
ousnes* of kosher for Passover
meals.
The Festive variety includes
fancy quality asparagus spears,
sweet potatoes, white potato**,
whole beets, tomatoes, tomato cat-
sup, and Hawaiian pineapple juice,
as well as Hawaiian sliced pine-
apples.
These products are now being
Insured Savings
HOME LOANS
'One of the Na.
-. O.. ,es."
Bade Federal
c/avings ond Loan Association of Miami
JOSfcrh w UPTQN
^sources Exceed too Million dollars
Jet Electrolysis
In Special Offer
Jet Electrolysis, with offices in
the Huntimjton bldg.. 168 SE 1st
st., room 305, is currently offering
the latest in radio-matic shortwave
removal of superfluous hair.
Jet Electrolysis specializes in the
Kree method. Mrs. Anne Levine,
FR 1-2339, is the qualified expert
on duty to advice women on their
problems.
She is a graduate of the Kree In-
stitute in New York City. Jet Elec-
trolysis method is medically ap-
proved, according to Mrs. Levine.
A special introductory offer is now
available.
Yiddish Songs on Program
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emess
will meet Monday afternoon at
Beth El Congregation, Mrs. Israel
Goldberg, president, has announ-
ced. Mrs. Bertha Abramowitz will
offer a program of Yiddish songs.
Chapter Marks AVryah
Stephen S. Wise group of Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah cele-
brated youth aliyah with a card
party at the Allison hotel Thurs-
day noon. Mrs. Mina Dorfman was
chairman of the affair.
CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
the ingathering of exiles and the
story of the new Jewish pioneer."
Mental Health
Eyes Member Push
William S. Frates, Dade county
chairman of the Mental Health
Assn., announced Wednesday the
opening of the Mental Health Assn.
membership drive, which -will be
climaxed by a door-to-door effort
to enlist memberships on Friday,
May 3.
The aim of the drive, Frates
said, is to awaken the community
to the problems of the mentally
ill and to help in the fight against
mental illness, the nation's num-
ber one health problem.
Sen. George Smathers serves as
honorary Florida chairman. Ferris
Bryant is,state chairman, and Mrs.
Richard Stover and Mrs. Henry Hill
are co-chairmen of the drive.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
HENRI E.J
(_/ynyoanu
cunmi itjn'a
smoreland'arcade
REAL ESTATE
SALESMEN
NEEDED
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.V.. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 402S1-B
In MB: Batate f
.MINA SIT88MAN,
IP, ..I-.'. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Perepne Hav-
ing '"lithits or DemHndK Attains! Bald
Kst.tte:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims- and which you may have aftalnst the estate
Of MINA BL'BSMAN, deceased late of
Dade County, Florida, to the County
Judges of I>ude (Vunty, and file the
Mine In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within efKht calendar months from the
date Of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated March 23rd. 19."t7.
JEROME TAFT. As Administrator
CTA of the Estate of Mina Kussmaii,
I teceased.
REHiKI. & TKITKI.MA.V Attorneys.
904 Blsca\ne DlUa;., Miami 32, Fla.
3/29, 4/8-1I-M
FORT MYERS
OPPORTUNITY !
700 ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage on im-
portant boulevard. $310 per acre,
29% cash and balance 10 annual
payments. Fine subdivision site.
JEFFC0TT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 40085-B
In He: ESTATE OK
FBIE11 \ Rl WENBERO,
Deceits, .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
in Claims or Deiii.inila Against Said
Estate:
V/OU, anil each of you are li.....I
f and required t" present any
claims ami demands ivlmli \im. 01
. Itht r of you. mas have again
estate 61 rftlEIl \ ROSENHERO, de-
late "i Dade County, I i >rl t,
to tiM Honorable County Jmlsoa of
Dade County, and file Mm
. fit :n tit. t'ounl
In i > >.' Florida! will In
calendar montha from the data of th*
i publloal n hei ol said claims
. r demands to contain the leg
.,r the claimant r.n.l t, be sworn
to and presented lid, or -atne
will be barred
the 1948 Probate Art.
Hated atari h -''. \ I 1957.
El HIE BENSKY, As Administratrix
of the Batata "f Frieda Root
P. uted.
Ki >VNBB A MANNHEIMER
Attorney! for Admlnletratrlm.
S/29, 4/5-12-19
fom7 e
Ft. Myers Area
MOST desirable tract en Pine
Island, 1 mile frontage paved
road 767, like amount water-
frontage. 947 acres at $440 per
acre, 2"% down.
James M. Lynch, Broker
325 N.W. 54th Street
Ph. PL 1-4165 and PL 9-3071
MERRITT ISLAND
ONE of the best investments in
Florid*.
MERRITT MANOR
vision now open for sale.
FIRST 500 LOTS
(23 x 100)
TO BE SOLD at $59.50 Each
(Minimum 2 Lots)
WARRANTY DEED AND
TITLE INSURANCE Included.
Exclusive Sales Agent
MARTIN SINSLEY
355 Lincoln Rd. JE 1-7681
Miami Beach
ET WELL COST MORE EN \5
WE ARE still Belling Bargains in 1957 such as oceaniront
tract North Key Largo $50,000 or Big Pin* Key Tract $45,000
or Key Largo 3 bedroom home $7,500 or new attractive
Key Largo cottage $5,000. We hare many other excellent
investments that will meet your requirements. How is this
for size 2 lots near Postomce in Tillage oi Key Largo for
only $1,000, terms or cash.
For Complete Info See George Dykes, Broker
609 Ingraham Bldg. FR 3-9922
or ask Carroll Martin at our Tavernier office.




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