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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
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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Combinirhj THE JEWISH UNITY and THE SHUSH WEEKLY
31 Number 14
Miami. Florida, Friday, April 5, 1957
Price 20*
I.S., Britain Agree UN Troops Must Stay;
Dag Says Egypt Has Gaza 'Exclusive Right'
lacmitlan Tells House
Bermuda Aim Pressed
:or Innocent Passage
LONDON (JTA)The British and American Governments are in
emcnt thai the continued presence of United Nations troops in the
i Strip is necessary, Prime Minister Harold Macmillan told a cheer-
House of Commons Wednesday as he reported on the results of his
ht Bermuda conference with President Eisenhower.
|The United States Government agreed with us that the continued
Mice of UNEF in the Gaza Strip+-------------------------------------------------
ential if any solution of per-
ence is to be achieved. We
I consider the IN force should
leave until it- mission has been
here again the continued presence
of the UN force can play an im-
portant role."
Israel Ambassador Eliahu Elath
was in the gallery while the Prime
itetely fullilkd, the Prime I Minister spoke.
said.
Both our government*," he
kf on, believe that there ex-
I the right ot innocent passage
fill shipping through the en-
to the Gulf of Akabe.
bit dees not in any way run
nter to Egypt's legal right*.
> contrary, our two govern*
*s considered that under the
kistice this applies equally to
i'i ships end vessels of other
"* Plying to Israel." He
I that the presence of UNEF
Akebe coast of the Sinai
|msula is an added guarantee
hate rights will be re-
Macmillan said that he and
jPresident had considered
term problems involved in
lestine settlement. "Here," he
J^e both had regretfully to
- that while our common
pt continued t he in bringing
Permanent peace,. the
- of "fhieving this are not
piiy too hopeful."
l*'" therefore be necessary,"
r'me Minister continued, "to
prate on (he solution of in-
Dpr,obl*m^ they arise and
Vf the a^osPhere
jwth he hope that in the
C ,ln"' a m<>re general
P** n be achieved. And
Administration
Cautious Steps
On Assurances
Takes Few
to Deliver
for Israel
Kidron, Sen. Morse
To Address Capacity
Appeal Rally Monday
Moved with a deep concern for the fate confronting thousands of
Jewish refugees, Greater Miami will respond to the crisis at a "CJA Res-
cue Assembly" Monday evening in the Miami Beach auditorium.
A record turnout of more than 3,000 persons will hear Prime Min-
ister David Ben Gurion in a kinescope of his closed circuit TV message
delivered at the official opening of the Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign here.
Behind the leadership of CJA campaign chairman John Serbin,
chairman of the Monday commu-
nity meeting Sam J. Heiman and
co-chairman Mrs. Louis Glasser,
Miami Jewry will launch an unpre-
cedented humanitarian one-month
campaign to save 100.000 refugee
lives. The Emergency Rescue Fund
set by the UJA on a national level
at $100,000,000 will transport and
resettle 100,000 endangered Jews
in Israel and other free nations.
SUBJECTIVE PAEAN OF PRAISE' IN NEW BIOGRAPHY
WASHINGTON (JTA>The Eisenhower Administration, for the
first time since the Israeli pullout from Sinai, took a few cautious
steps this week to implement the security assurances on which Israel
made the withdrawal.
The actions were only verbal but they involved President Eisenv
hower. Secretary of State Dulles and new Under Secretary Christian
Herter. Both for the status of the ,
men making the statements, as well
as for the content, they represented
the first clear-cut Administration
stand in behalf of Israel's conten-
tion that solid commitments had
been made as a condition of the
withdrawals.
These issues were involved: the
question of Egypt's claimed "right
of belligerence" against Israel; the
status of the Tiran Strait as an in-
ternational waterway; and the dur-
ation of stationing of United Na-
tions Emergency Force units in the
Gaza Strip.
The third issue involved the
Mordecai R. Kidron, deputy
permanent representative of Is-
real to the United Nations, will
be guest speaker with U.S. Sen.
Wayne Morse (D.-Ore.)
The top level Israeli statesman
will make a special flying trip to
Miami Beach for the first time, put-
ting aside his urgent UN respon-
sibilities to tell South Florida Jew-
Continued on Page 10A

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SfN. WAYNE MORSE
Dulles is Nassers 'Forgiving Father'
Continued on-Page 3 A
WASHINGTON (JTA) An au-
thoritative new biography of the
Secretary of State inadvertently
reveals a totally contradictory re-
sponse by Dulles to communist
arms shipments to Guatemala and
those to Egypt. It also indicates
a lack of response by Dulles to
ladrid Radio Insults Jews
eEXE,0 ,JTA)-An attack on Jews broad-
h to I ,' "d in a Spanish language program
sL.,i. "n Al"rican countries wa hoard her*.
Ffek.
P Spanish G
F Bonn
countries was heard here
"vernment broadcast an article
'Arr,h.<'"'r"M"",(lonl of F-langist news-
' < nnc.zing the return of Jews to West
Th<' broadcast
German I
alleged that "almost the
dDr?l.'"r.indus,ry. one of the.most pros-
*ndpr,"h""ve.isin. Jewish hands."
"t Mid ,!,. .., B#r|in< wh,eh
p broadca
P*r wV! I1'"1* iny<* Prefer, theV are'weU
> owning the famous Quadriga on
top of the Brandenburg Gate. For the time being,
they are in the bookstore business, publish some
papers, own many of the Berlin hotels, and hold
many posts in the judicature.
"It would seem that judgeships are particularly
attractive to them and. naturally, they can obtain
these posts in view of the German origin of most of
them," the broadcast said.
An allegation was made that "Jews are flowine
into the Federal Republic at the rate of some 400 a
week Most of them, somethinn like 05 percent come
from Israel," the Radio Madrid announcement said.
I
Israel's security problems and a+
probability that the Secretary
will continue to support Egypt's
Nasser.
The book is "John Foster
Dulles: A Biography." by TIME
Magazine's diplomatic correspon-
dent, John Robinson Beal. It
clearly tells why Dulles saved
Egyptian President Nasser and
suggests that he would again res-
cue Nasser.
Dulles loathed Israel's recent
action against Egypt. His re-
sponse to Nasser, however, is
depicted as that of the forgiv-
ing father of a mischievous but
beloved brat. Dulles found Nas-
ser "a problem child, not only
because he wanted his friend-
ship but because national inde-
pendence was in the U.S. tra-
dition, a bond of sympathy
which caused us to strain our
basic ties with such colonial
powers as England and France
when emerging independence
Continued on Page 2 A
Former Nazi
War Criminal
Eludes Justice
MUNICH (JTA)A former Ges-
tapo official, on trial in the Cpurt
of Assizes here on charges of tor-
turing Jewish prisoners, escaped
punishment when the prosecution
conceded that witnesses could not
be located and brought here to tes-
tify against him.
In the two cases where the vic-
tims appeared and were available
as witnesses, the crimes charged
involved penalties of less than
three years and, therefore came
under a 1954 amnesty.
In Frankfurt, two Naxi Party
leaders who had organized *t-~
Continued on Page 2A



Page 2-A
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Dulles Seen Nasser Forgiving Father
Continued from Page 1A
clashed with thtir colonial in-
terests."
Beat'- -tucly amount- to a sub-
jective paean of praise for Dulles.
It is only by evaluating the real-
ities of th" Arah-rcrae] situation
fi r himself tats the reader see
the one-sided role Dulles has
played. Always, it seems, Dulles
had unqualified support from
President Eisenhower. When
Dulles rushed t i the United Na-
tii n- to save Na.-.-er. he did this
"in close consultation with 1're-i-
dent Eisenhower."
The book defends attempts by
Dulles to itiitnufttf America i wes-
tern allies from taking firm action
against Nasser, Dull*-- i- lauded
for preventing a pending Anglo-
French military move when >
ser first seized the Sue/ t anal.
He forestalled later action by con-
juring up a deceptive illusion
known as the "Suez Canal I
A.ociation." His anger at the
Anglo-French operation in early
November was immense
President Eisenhower, Baal
indocates, wa$ with Duties, ev-
ery step of the way. Baal re-
ported the President "anfry
clear through at what hi t*w
from intelligence sources was
an Israel-French British plot to
seize the canal ." Betl re-
veal* "the biq. underlying rea-
son" for the Eisenhower-Dulles
support of Nasser, ft was their
feeling that use of fo.ee against
him "threatened the loss of all
Asia in the cold war with Rus-
sia for mens' minds."
What was Dulles' real thoughts
at the time Israel pleaded to buy
to balance the flow of So-
and tanks to Egypt?
Dulles -trun'-! Israel along. He
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Bay Harbor Islands leaders are cheered by advance reports
oi their neighbors' response in Combined Jewish Appeal.
Shown discussing results of recent gifts meeting at the home
of Jack C. Stein, 9410 W. Broadview dr.. are (left to right) George
Sogg, co-chairman. Mayor Shepard Broad, Tom Kravitz, co-
chairman, and Alvin Lowe.
had no intention whatsoever of
identifying the United States with
Israel despite growing communi-t
support of Egypt.
According to Beal. "The State
Department reasoned that it
would be fatal to American in-
terest -" to sell arms to Israel. The
last thine the Department wanted
re the Arabs an impres-
sion of taking Israel's side. All
moral consideration! involving la-
rael'i isolated plight were ignor-
ed.
Dulles, in effect, facilitated the
communi-t threat to the Suez Ca-
i ,\ hj rescuing Nasser. But when
the Communist Bloc shipped arms
latemala. nil response was
fa; different. He was then con
cerned about "the possibilities of
communist-armed military dom-
ination of an isthmus which con-
tain- the Panama Canal." He jus-
tified and supported the invasion
of Guatemala from Hondura- by
the forces of Colonel Ca-nlio
Armas.
Dulles was deaf to Israel's
; larm when Soviet ships un-
loaded WIG jets and Stalin
tanks in Egypt. When a single
communist freighter, the Alf-

hem, brought machine guns and
rifles to Puerto Barries, Guate-
mala, he considered it a grave
threat to world peace. He sup-
ported armed intervention.
"By this arms shipment," Dulles
said, "a government in which com-
munist influence is very strong
has come into a position to dom-
inate militarily the central Amer-
ican area. Already the Guatema-
lan Government has made ges-
ture- against its neighbors which
they deem to be threatening and
w nkh have led them to appeal for
aid."
He warned "the extension of
communist colonialisrtls would en-
danger the peace of this hemi-
sphere "
It was the same Dulles who con-
sidered Zionists hysterical" and
refused to sell arms when the ana-
logy between Guatemala and
Egypt wn- pointed out. In the
case of Egypt. Dulles found it
i lent to rescue the regime
importing communist arms.
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\dministration Takes Few Cautious
Iteps Toward Israel Assurances
Continued from Pago 1 A
!....< of IINEF units at Sharm el
KSi the Sinai Peninsula posi-
Km which, prior to the Slna.
llaien Egyptian guns had bar-
RSi shlpp-ng from the Gulf
| Akaba.
I VZ taaes at a press conference.
Le his apparent inability not
[make public statements normal-
ooetftoat least several interpre-
kions. Mr. Dulles did take these
uitions:
, Egypt does not h,y* tn*
-jit to exercise belligoraney on-
Z the 1949 Israeli-Egyptian
armistice agreement.
T 2. The United States intends to
Lnd $hio$ to the port of Elath,
AM underwriting lraal' con-
ation that the marina waterway
L an international on*.
3. UNEF is authorixad to re-
,nin in being, despite Egypt! m
ejections, until there ara assur-
Kts hostilities will not ha re-
wed.
iThere were, of course, some
ick phrases in the Secreta
kemen'-. He qualified tlie com-
fctment on th<> Tiran Strait by aW-
he was weighing the posjibil-
of a^kins the International
urt of Justice at the Hague for
I advisory' decision. This drew an
formal comment from Israeli
preign Ministry sources that Is-
i like other maritime powers,
Dsiders the Strait of Tiran and
! Suez Canal international water-
fcys and that if Egypt disagrees,
t country should seek the rul-
[Finally, Mr. Dulles said chances
peace would he improved if Is-
cl agreed to the stationing of
krt of the UNEF force on its side
I tie armistice line. This is a posi-
pn warmly supported by UN Sec-
General Dag Ham.narskjold
is warmly opposed by Israel
|uch has enough worries about the
ernational status of its borders
es on Israeli border territory.
|alr. Herter said that the UNEF
ould continue in Gaza "in ac-
dance with arrangements en-
in Mr Hammarskjold's
|*. 22 report to the General As-
bly He added that Israeli ship-
I should enjoy the right of
saje through both the Strait of
n and the Suez Canal.
_ Moth of the value of the naw
Inenhower stand in support of
Americas good faith depended
I the iron whim of Col. Gamal
I Nasser, who was visited
""J"*'1' by Mr- HammarakioW
'what appeared to bo a mission
monumental futility.
Mr. Hammarskjold went to
Cairo with several chores, one from
Israel: Ask Col. Nasser whether he
still considers himself in a state of
war. The western powers wanted'
the UN official to pin Col. Nasser |
down to some sharing of his ab-
solute authority over the Suez]
Canal. They reasoned that if it
could not be done before the Canal :
was opened, it would certainly be'
impossible afterwards.
Mr. Hammarskjold returned to
his UN headquarters as noncommit-
tal as ever, saying only he had had
some "exploratory" talks and hop-
ed for results and that he intended
to have some more talks and hoped
for more results.
After he met with his seven-na-
tfoo Advisory Committee on UNEF,
a report emerged that he would
soon return to the Middle East and
that j viaaj to Israel was on the
agenda.
t'N so-irces further discount-
ed Mr. Hammarskjold's justifi-
I / rr>odest estimate of acconv
-' -h-r-ertfs in his talks with Col.
Hatter. Thase sources said that
f! '*- hijhly speculative that the
Egyptian dictator had reached a
"perwieman's agreement" with
N.i. Hammarksjold not to dis-
turb the status quo in the Gaia
Strip and the Sharm al Shaikh
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Leaving aside the possibility
that the description of the under-1
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in that Nasser was no gentleman
and never keeps agreements, there
was still reason to believe the dic-
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If UNEF units turned out to be
a dubious protection for Israel from
Gaza-based fedayeen raids, there
was no question they were an iron-
clad protection for Nasser from a
new Israel occupation. Similarly,
reoccupation of Sharm el Sheikh by
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Number 14
Burmuda a Bust: We No Longer
See Eye-to-Eye With the English
If the Bermuda conference did anything ct for dxOsrsss Datue tc

based on ililsrmij ct-
afl. it showed the: the Un. jrect
- are farther -part than ever. The mane
press cmnouncsmens which Presidential secre-
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tamem ;r.~ /-.-:.- isclarec MBMPSdi ~"C re-
v/a jed infcilinii between Washington and
London, merely served to undencore the fact
:.-.- *e ere v."_=:l .- 7 .-. \-.e :r:<
For there is no ,Kl<**>} that we and the
English no longer wan: the same things Is the
san-.e places. Our matnal points of r-.ew reach-
ed its zen. -.-. A sdsK| World War IL Sines men.
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-c^- -~.:nej w.ir. z: recLzation that.
: struggle on the
:;---.er.;. the "r~:~i S-rres --- Sr.:-'.-. pressed
Miami's CJA Responsibility
*:e 1' -.
responsibility for the fats
of bobN I 500 refugees.
.rr.ber of Jewish souls is Miami's
"a veer which must see the in-
Etaa of 10G.000 refugees from Eastern Europe.
Egypt and North Africa into Israel if they are
B re sored ircm eztemunabon.
Ir. addition 10 its lecrular Combined Jewish
Appeal quota for 1357 Z'k has also assumed a
reward these 1.500 Jews. At a cost of SI.000
re: psrsoa Miami's CJA this year must raise
additional ": 500.000 to meet its proportional
s.'.-j.-e z: rving campaign.
Not s.r.c* us days of the N'anconoentra-
-Z- need been so urgent for
American Jewry to support their brethren over-
see; need arises again and so sharply
n a decc proof of the critical nature
orce to assure the
ill be rr.et
'Seminary Week' Here
Anr. "
Seminary

.oeer. aes.g:
..-. Greater Miami
at the area 1
lated as
Con-
meet to
iogrcal Seminary of
Bending the richness
...a.
bs jew.s-
A.-r. erica for its per* .
of Jewish life, art and tradition throughout the
United States.
Seminary, which has attracted both wide
and wise leadership here, contributes signifi-
cantly to American Jewish life principally by
its rabbinical school. But Seminary also as-
sumes a major role in Jewish communal affairs
en many other levels.
These include programs designed to pro-
mote scholarship, to assist the Armed Forces in
hs spiritual activities and to promote wide-
spread appreciation and urideistanding of Ju-
daism among Americans of all faiths.
"Seminary Week" here will honor a school
far its noble dedication to the advancement of
mankind in a world where mankind these days
often comes off only second best.
Hsr'r luwmJ the Soviet Union.
It would seem -- -l-.e = --..r.r.r of Red
China into the United Nations has since been
the major bone of contention between us. But
even *h fiction of post-war unity exploded last
Oct. 29. when British foreign policy joined the
French and the Israeli to cope with a problem
far whose solution none of these nations trusted
Mill
e e e e
Baghdad Was Anticipated
Were reel dec-s.ons made at Bermuda.
were hones; plans for the future forged out of
-~ -~.:s homTeer. Pres.denl Bsmshower ar.a
Prune ITmisiiii Macmilkm there would have
beer, mm Iraki ms ser.es sj p;r.-;::-:u= an-
nouncements about friendship wruch was offer-
ed to us.
The one "startling" outcome of the discus-
sions was America's decision to support the
Baghdad Pact This is the much tooted north
tier arrangement designed by Secretary of State
Dulles for Arab cooperation in the campaign to
check the infiltration of Soviet prestige in the
Middle Eastan arrangement which we pre-
viously never saw fit to join. But even this
decision was a foregone conclusion because the
so-called "Eisenhower Doctrine" is an affirma-
tion of American support of precisely that prin-
ciple.
The announcement of a change in Amer-
ican policy with regard to the Baghdad Pact was
made at Bermuda for one reason only to
strengthen the imps ess ion that "things were
aetting done" between the two heads of state.
It could as easily have been made several
weeks ago.
Perhaps more disappointing man anything
else was tiie singular absence of unityverbal
if nothing elseso far as the Middle East is con-
cerned. Presumably. Bej siudu was to have
abed up the break in relations between Lon-
don and Washington over this very issue. But
the President and Mr. Dulles continued through
the conference to insist on their prior position
that the Muddle East wrangle must be solved by
United Nations alone.
For this reason, they hung back, waiting
far word from UN societal y general Dag Ham-
marskold in Cairo that dictator Nasser was
mending his ways.
New Honors for Mrs. Myers
Miami continues to furnish its share of lead-
ers to the American Jewish community. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers was last week reelected a
national vice president of the National Council
of Jewish Women at the Council's convention
in Washington. D. C.
This is further recognition of Miami's as-
cending role in American Jewish affairs.
More significantly, it is a continuing tribute
to Mrs. Myers, whose unflagging energies in
behalf of numerous causes keep her in the
highest echelons of leadership here and across
the nation.
End of a Tragic fa;
Foehrenwald is Cloi
By SAM MILLER
who
!
m
ALTER HJMMOVITZ. a native of Lodz in
the beU of the Auschwitz death cases dense tae Xaa tri
mstsTIni is a Masnarh apartment this week together weh hs
FeU. thew tk.es year-oM daughter Paela and their rwr-oid
It was only a twenty-mile more frost their last place ef
a forlorn chaster of house* outside the Bay
Yet when a track carried them away
utcsces and boxes they accumulated ia six r
there, it was aa evest that marked the close of aa epwh Aa2
ovrtz. his wife and their children were the last tastily GosmJ
Ust Jewish DP casts.
ail

Something to Talk About
Prime Minister Macmilkm. contrarily, in-
sfemd that there are certain areas of interna-
tional diplomacy with which only the major
powers can deal and that looking to UN solu-
tions of problems developing in these areas is
tantamount to ow^ravating them at worst and
>gy*oring them at best That Mr. Hammarskjold
returned from Cairo without any success was
no surprise to Macmilkm and should have
been no surprise to the President or his Secre-
tory of State.
Aprxneutlv. Macmillan's proper evaluation
of the Middle East dilemma still leaves Wash-
ington unimpressed. For the Administration
continues hs effort to deal with the Arab world
to the detriment of Israel wherever necessary.
0* of the confusing censorship and mis-
information that were the substance of the Ber-
muda conference, at least this much is clear:
We are hardly even cordial with the British sfl
far as the Middle East is concerned. In the
Far East, we progress toward more and more
Fharp divergence aa the days go by. Only in
Europe do we have any common interests what-
oever; hence came the ecstatic announcement
that we are prepared to support Britain's lagging
guided missiles programecstatic because this
oave us at least something to talk about when
the talking was over.
The esstp is resereswsM, s sssse unknown a
again wiped off the step since the becsssssg ef the
of FoehrenwaM he* net been expensed, however. It mm
birth eertifiestes ef a thoessad Jewish kids now grow.** B |
sad Brazil, is Norway and America, in Aestrafca aad m the
Germany The sststory of Foehrenwald Insjers astoac thssst
Jews who uved there at some time during the past
who. is this serieded spot on the Bavarian
sssssty that was is 10 ate ways
European -shtetl" of yesteryear.
When the Yiddish poet Leirick. shortly after the va? tsn|
those places ia Germany where the few survivors of the Nan baaa
had gathered, he was so deeply stirred by the camp at the Hp
Wolfratshausen that be later published a literary ifid ksfsj
the title "The Wedding in Foehrenwald."
Far more than a hundred Jewish DP camps dotted Gerssss]
the time Leivick's drama was written. DtHm IMS ass 116k
Mggon inhabitants were listed on their rolls. More thai katt 1
made their way to Israel, better than 50.000 were aensted u |
United States, tens of thousands found home, in other cesttm.

rw srotT or roomum aim
AS THIS HAASS emigration picked up stsssentiim oee after
of the DP camps were closed. The remnants of their
lion were shifted to some other camp. This process wasrepatteJi
six years ago. only a single Jewish DP camp remainedit was I
renwald.
During the war. stone residences were put up in the pint 1
near Wolfratshausea for German military purposes,
as the settlement bad been named after the German word lor'
woods." was taken over by the BJ. Army in the spring of
accommodate Jewish "displaced persons" liberated by it in Ban
concentration camps.
By early 1930. more than four thousand DP's were crowded 1
the 300 one-family bouses. These were the two percent of "hariaj
cases left over from camps that bad in the meantime ceased a sal
and whom illness or other reasons made unsuitable for eavjaal
Among them was Alter Haimovitz. whose daughter Paula kali
born m another camp, that at Krai burg, and who a- shifted ttW
renwald in 1951. Failing in his efforts to obtain an immigratta'
for the U S.. or for Canada, he stayed on in the cam? The a*
tional Refugee Organization OHO) was in charge when he
but at the end of 1951 it was succeeded by a German gown
administration. Henceforth. Foehrenwald was primarily a
rerpenribi
Haimovitz received a minimal German relief gr
by aid provided through the Joint Distribution Committee. Hl- i
ter attended the camp elementary schoolthe only Jewish
school ever built by the State of Bavaria.

' IwTfCMTWtr CftMAM CfTHS
THE CAMP "old timers" still numbered 1.400 in 1953. when
1 tion bad slowed to a trickle. IDAS had previously op
emigration avenues lor thousands of Foehrenwalders. but u*
core" nature and the special preferences of this residual group
problems that were at times nworsese. As things stood, w
half of them the only choice in practical terms was between res
in a camp indefinitely and settling in a German city
So as to make the latter solution feasible, the German
meat was persuaded ia wearisome negotiations to P"""* .
for these wretched victims of Hitler Germaay Various taw
cipalities were pressured into accepting small "quotas <
walders.
The JDC undertook to finance the perckase of J^J|
household eouipeaent .and it also makes cash greats *t*r*T^a 1
the artegraeed" Foehrenwalders ever snml t^J^!0Ztf(l
ployment or otherwise become self-supporting. The to ^
Jewish Material Claims Against Gerasaay set aside a spec
tion of half a million dollars for these and other measure
to speed theemptyiag of FoehreawaM
The JDC also assigned trained social workers to "JjL,,
Jewish communities is helping the newcomers from (
Their "integration," and the attempt to provide them*" (
of livelihood. preseaU manifold problems. For the isearj^
have lived in carans of one description or another far sw^.t
Their families were kitisd. their own health ^"^J^ed **!
the Germans, among whom they now live, are imPW
variety of tensions.
Nonetheless, the process of "integration" is under wV ^
past three years, altogether 770 Foehrenwalders have ore ^
ted"403 in Munich. 124 in Frankfurt. f m DttSsM7^e t\
each in Cologne. Wiesbaden. Hamburg. Stuttgart, an
miscellaneous German towns.


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The Seder Service take* place on the eve of Pa**overthis year on the
evening of April 15, and again on the evening of April 16. These date*
correspond to the 15th and 16th days of INi-an in the year 5717 of the
Hebraic calendar. The eight-day Passover observance end* at sundown
on April 23.
A Picture
A FOREWORD BY
JOSEPH JACOBS
This I* the first time in history
that the Seder Service has ever
been presented in this simple
picture -*tory form. It portrays
step-by-*tep the meaning of the
acts performed daring the ritual-
repast.
That is why this presentation
is recognized by many rabbis,
Jewish educational and civic
leaders as a splendid Jewish pub-
lic service a wonderful aid to
parents in arousing the interest
of children and giving them un-
derstanding of what they see and
hear at the Seder Table.
We teach our children the in-
spiring story of Passover as told
in the Book of Exodus, and re-
counted in our Haggadah. We
learn how the Jewish people fled
from slavery in Egypt under
Moses and made mans first cove*
nant with G-d* at Mt. Sinai over
3,000 years ago. And we grate*
fully point oat that this covenant
...thai no Hate, no matter, no
man, no pouer on earth can Hand
between man and the Giver of
Life mrnd Divine Low ... is the
moral foundation of nen foe
country in the Western Worli
But how many of m ire clear
on the reverent mining ( the
varions arts performed durini
the Seder Service;- % Ken the
hands are washed ... hen the
matxah is broken .. when the
bitter herbs are ta-ted ... *hq
we relax and recline at the task
. What do each of fkese mi
other acts ngnify or lyaboliu)
What pictures do they call ta
mind, from ancient times when
the Passover story was scttuDr
being lived by our ancestor!
Egyptian bondage?
So on behalf of the Jewish com.
munities of America. I want to
express our thank- and deep ap-
preciation to the group of di-tin.
guished orthodox rabbit who
supervised this work: and to
General Foods and the Oripnal
Passover Coffees of Maxwell
Boose which have sponsored n
many fine Jewish public service-
in the past and now make pos-
sible this picture story of the
Seder Service.
^sr
The
Seder
Table
is wt
It is ju't after sundown on the
eve of Passover. Everything on'
the Seder Table has been ar-
ranged according to Talniudic
requirements. The heart-warm*
ing candles are lit, and lbs
Seder ritual-repast commences,
when the family comes boms
from the synagogue in joyous
and elevated spirit
The Kiddush
(sanctification)
over the win*
is recited
The bead of the house recites
the blessing and the wine is
taken in thanks for G-d's* good-
ness and bounty. During the
Seder ritual, everyone at the
table partakes of 4 cups of wine
to mark G-d's four-fold promise
of Israel's redemption from
Egypt, as recounted in tbe Book
f Exodus,
The ritual-
repast
is taken In
reclined
informal
positions
At the Seder Table. everyst*
relaxesjust as prince in u-
Cient times when only free tat*
wero privileged lo recline h*
eating. Thus, when the Isn*
ties went forth from slavery
f Egypt, they reclined sW
eating as a symbsl sf B*
freedom.
The hands
are laved
(washed)
Washing or laving the hands is
? vmbolic of both physical clean*
liness and spiritual sanctifica-
tion. The concept of purity is
basic in the Jewish religion, as
stated in the Mosaic dietary and
hygienic as well as moral laws.
In fact, cleanliness is often
taken as an expression of
godliness.
The
Karpas
is oaten
The Karpas is a small piece of
parsley or celery, dipped in salt
water. Through legendary inter-
pretation of its mystic value, the
word "Karpas" represents the
"60 myriads," or tbe 6Ot,0O0
Israelite slaves held in Egyptian
bondage.
Dividing the
middle
matzah;
and hiding
the Afikomen
!? ""'*">* Wi J*Hsi ti-aSHtsm.
SSw "asaa* Maws" as
ta Its aUrau-.
Were .re three mrt-J'jJ
Seder Piste. The he* d,
bouse takes the ndd *
piece in a doily- .^
Uliniy.A,S-s
returning ^..Tof*"
(last bite eaten). A ^
.ro.M.eurios.ty.n^.fc,
children tow^2e.
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Page 7-B
Story of the Seder
FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS
The
Seder Plate
is lifted;
"This is the
Bread off
Affliction"
The Seder Plate is held high by
the head of the houserecalling
Israelite suffering in Egypt, a*
symbolized by the matzah, bit-
ter herbs and other items on
the plate. "This is the Bread of
Affliction" is recited, inviting
all who are*hungry to come and
eat and celebrate the Passover
joyfully.
The Four
Questions
are asked
by the
youngest
at the table
.The Four Questions are high
points of the Seder Service,
The head of the house reads the
answers from the Haggadah, re-
counting the miraculous deliv.
erance of the Israelites from
Egypt, their brave march of
Faith into the wilderness of
Sinai to worship the G-d of
their fathers.
What Is
the meaning
Off Passover?
The head of the house points to
the lamb shankbone on the
Seder Plate. This is symbolic of
the Passover sacrifice for the
Lord's mercy, compassion and
redemption ."because He
pasted over the house of the
children of Israel in Egypt when
He smote the Egyptians and do*
Jivered our houses." (Ex. 12,2 7).
Why are
Matzahs
eaten?
The head of the house points to
the Mattah on the Seder Plate.
This is symbolic of the haste in
which the Israelites started their
valiant march out of Egypt. They
did not have time to allow* the
dough of their bread to leaven.
So "They baked unleavened
cakes (matzah) from the dough
which they brought forth out of
Egypt." (Ex. 12,39).
Why Bitter
Herbs; why
dipped in
Haroset?
The head of the house points to
the Bitter Herbs and the Haro-
set. The Bitter Herbs are sym-
bol ir of the bitter lives; and
the Haroset represents the mor-
tar used by the enslaved Israel'
ites. "And they embittered their
life with hard labor, in mortar
nd in bricks, and with all man-
ner of work in the field **
(Ex. 1,14).
The Egg
Is eaten
and the
Meal
commences
14.
No other meal in the world
tarts like the Seder repast. The
first thing eaten is a hard boiled
egg dipped in salt water (re-
calling the divided watera of
the Red Sea). Other foods sof-
ten with cooking. But the erg
only gets harder. This symbol*
lies the character of Israel,
hardening under oppression in
its resolve to live and flourish.
For a perfect, pleasant Passover, lor
Hie family rejoice over cheering cups
of coffee. Maxwell House and
Instant Maxwell House coffee* ..
both certified Kosher and Parve for
Passover ... are favored in far more
Jewish homes than any other brand
. for richer coffee enjoyment dur-
ing the Passover, on the Sabbath and
the year around became that
good-to-tho-last drop flavor means
"Ta'gm vos is ains In dor vtItl"
The
Meal
ends
Grace is said, followed by psalms
of Grace and Hallelujahs. The
family then bursts into tradi-
tional songs of thanksgiving and
joy. Most famous among these
is the "Had Gadyah," an aller-
gorical song in which a kid
(goat) is the hero. This holds
the child's interest to the very
end of the service.
Elijah's
Cup;,
and the
open
door
A big cup of wine is set in tho
center of the table for Elijah;
nd a door is opened wide at
the completion of Grace. Elijah
Is G-d's messenger and protec-
tor of the Israelites in all ages.
It is prophesied that he will
ome day appear with the glad
tidings of the salvation and re-
demption of all mankind.
A JEWISH PUBLIC SERVICE PRESENTED SY THE
Original Passover Coffees
MAXWELL HOUSE
"* we>#j#fej* "fvei
Tne product ton of
thtfl advertisement
tuipervimd by
four OrtltodQ* tUfcMe.
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Copyright 1*37 Joseph Jacobs Organisation, Inc.
JP*


PcyfrA
+ tcmi** nrr**k*r
Plans Finalizing for Visit of Dublin Mayor
*________^_ ..ki.i.aii n1 soontan- which I am a *
ater Miami this week began
Biacsmg an osrwhe!n,;r.3 rect-p-
taon for Hon. Robert Bri5eoe. first
Jeu h Lord Mayor of Dublin.
CM wiil be fet?d at a dinner Sun-
day atifjat, Apr. 28. in th- Grand
Ball Room of the Hotel Fontaine-
bleau. an a hich light } thn i
celebraflpi of 'he- ninth
tar\ -f Israel'. Independence.
Jacob Sher. cfia 'h
Greater Miami Committee for
- of Israel Bonds, 'aid Wedne*-
Ikc dinner and reception will
be sponsored by th? local chanter
Trustees. Guardians and Spon-
sors of Israel Trustees are person*
who buy at least S10.000 in Israel
Bonds this year. Guardians are
rr.tn and Sponsors are women, who
purchase a minimum of $1,000 in
State of I-rael Bonds during 1937
Sher announced the appoint-
ment of Miami Beach Vice May-
or Marcie Liberrran as treasurer
of the dinner. Liberman. former
mayor of Miami Beach, has boon
a Trustee of Israel since the in-
ception of the program several
years aoo.
toco AM yOff U1SC01
An honorary committee of lead-
ing I?
ed. and a top-level drnner conur.iv
- alMj being .organize.:
said "It ha- been many yea'
the arrival of a foreign diir
the United State- ha* ar
hosiasm ani spontan
af.-ct.-n a that of tie Lord
; be man said.
described
pheno-
'.jied re-
i*'W."
As h: Hot i>wi h Lf jfce ->r r *<>- ritv
of r-iM*. B^jeoe he* become a
o prapie.
i4d uiJe^tanlin;. of
the a rv-i to reach the
'a-H-r "V- --'
to Mi racial or religious baek-
groun 1
As B'iseoe hirmwlf has said
a-- ard a-a'r I rmjterf
r_ j. v**U *- l-i-v may'
r >-. I" h c" ?** ft-J het I
- JaaaVi i an :e-fna moV
li**' and a w*nVu! figment
c-.m ta a matter of hw owd a
crfi:cn you are and your fee'inq
foe our country- I belonj to
religion of which I am proud and
trw to fellow the fBc*a*M of that
rel'oion to the fc-st cf mv ability.
I also belopj to a country of
as far a*
Dag Suggests Nasser Wi!i
Guard brae! from Raids'!}


fra' ;~ a'----, the alimarc
line.*1 Ni r cy/fnmrit also
h i the Secretary Genera
'the Egyptian r*3ufation$ against
inl ''-ation, which ir.eluds p.*i.-
i ties, *re tiinj again pjl in a
'lire :
The statement here ind.cate-
has rec< ich pledg?
N
i his
re he

since hi* return from Cairo, wfth
-
i re.
and try to
serve rt to the best of my ability.
The wonderful thin* about the
lection of a Jewish Mayor of
Dublin is that it stands m Ihrmaj
proof that a man's relieion is
net a barrier to him
sajrvioa bis country io
od."
The I-orr! Mayors election came
as the cluaax of a lifetime of serv-
ice to Ireland and the struggle for
the freedom of that state. Born in
D'l^'in. of a father who had emi-
grated from Lithuania in the I860*.
Robert Briscoe had come to Amer-
ica and entered an export business
Ford
Paid in Ft*
Mr-ant Sinai Hospital has receiv-
ed the final payment of $54550
f-om the Ford Foundation. Max
Orovitz. president, announced Wed-
The payment completed the re-
cent trant of SI09.100 from the
Found it: >n to t'.w hospital, wh'ch
will \v u*ed towards the constroc-
f ihe Nev Mount Siuai Ho---
now under way on Collins
d.
Dew hospital will pT0*Wl
30P HI patient*, as
well a* a unit < f a' least ?j bed, for
rehabilitation. This
combined facility will give ro. r-
eompletc cjr to per-
! rtagH if illness, Orov":z
said.
" Jersey City, upon --_
his studies mDu^/80*
After* the rebellion of m
returned to Dublin andh3
Irish Republ.can aC R?j
daytothisheU-Xftj
front of the f.gh, !or ^
Ireland, and u, im q^**
politics, becoming a aieajb,^J
ln*h Parliament in 1927 ^'
-
*k.

major "*
.on* in Cairo witli
Pre-ident Gamel Abdel Xa**er. by
referring to his own pn tato-
\a in which he had agreed that oonl work <-,ut kfj
Egvpt'l right to the Gaza
in th
appropriate au'i accoiding
to Eli' ilam-
mar*k;
In case these arrangement--
HammarskJoM
admin- said, his UNEF Advisory Commit
tee will have to reconsider th
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This Passover
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Family and guests will rave about
Breakstone's Cottage Cheese, too ... so
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And wait till they taste Breakstone's famous
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"Let all who are hungry come and eat"
Once again...the words of freedom, hope, warmth,
unchanged through the generations. The Seder is
wady, the afikoman set aside. The wine cups are
filled, the kitchen brims with promise. The chil-
dren, scrubbed, hungry, curious, solemn, wait.
Now. A little voice, anxious, speaks up big and
k*r. Wherefore is this night distinguished from
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all other nights? And. with the old. old shared re-
sponses... the deep family feeling, tradition comes
alive once more.
For generations, the Goodman family has served
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Kidron, Sen. Morse Will Address Capacity 'Rescue' foj
Continued from Pag* 1 A
ry of the urgent aspects behind an
impending wave of immigration to
hi* country and the critical need
for funds to implement :'..
Sharing the platform with the
Israeli official will be Sen. Mor>*.
who was reelected in 1966 to his
third term. Other exciting feature-
included in the program will be
talks by local CJA leaders, greet-
ings by US Sen. George South-
I Miami, and the premiere
twtioa of an original musical
pageant entitled "'Freedom Can-
directed by Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Heirr.an extended his commen-
dation to nearly 100 local and
national Jewish organizations
participating in the life-saving
tional membership. Some general .
admission tickets are still available I
at the offices of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, it has been
announced by attendance chairman
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais.
Kidron. who ranks second to Am-
bassador Abba Eban. will partic-
ipate in the city wide -Rescue As-
semble convened by local Jewry as
an expression of deep concern for
nearly 100.000 Jewish refugees who
have been driven out of Egypt.
Hungary, and Eastern European
countries,
Kidron s address b expected to
be a person-tcvoerson report on the
current immigration erWi which
has now become a world problem in
view of the tense political :mpase
in the Middle East
Kidron has served with c
Lives-1,500 of Them-Miamrs Quota
A Thousand Dollars in Terms of Life;
Feffewiag rs ea ercerof of a letter fro- Oewey Srewe reeefree'
ere fey S- I- IMmmm. eaairi of foe faergeacy fftewt feed. $'eoe
is fae eered aJsJIeorfcreocsf wfce is uwHtmtl caoirsaao of fae ewfted fsraei
Aeaeal. -ejer feeoefioer, of CM foods raised ia Creoter Mown.
The price of a human life cannot be expressed in dollars and
Yet. if we were to compre** the essence of the current
and the responsibilities placed upon u Ma a cmele *lo*an
e voatd be justified to choose these six words: A thousand dol-
lar- for a life.
What will a thousand dollars do*
In the first place they will pay for the transportation of one
refugee to Israel, including all service* provided enroute They
will buy a modest home and necessary household goods They
rrovide ba*ic farm equipment, tools or vocational training
In other word- they will cover the transfer of one
immigrant, and his needs during his first year in the country.
"A thousand dollar*, of course, cannot cover all the expendi-
red r. ;he long and complex process of absorption and
rehabilitation Yet. they do spell the difference between life
and death, freedom and slave-camp*, despair and hope Though
our minds may rebel against the idea that human lives should
have a price-tag like cars or refrigerators, we cannot close our
eyes the stark arithmetic of survival-

Getting behind CJA Rescue Fund are these
leaders oi Miami Beach religious and fraternal
organizations shown at a "Colonels' Brigade
Rally'' event last week in preparation for big
Apr. 8 Community Assembly. Shown (left to
right are Herman Solokow. Commander. JWV
Post 330. Miami Beach: Mrs. Sylvia Neufaeld.
Combined Jewish Appeal chairman of Temple
Sinai. North Miami; Mrs. Morris Gokfin,!
Sinai Auxiliary; Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
dent of Women's Division. Greater Mknni'j
ah Federation; and Stanley Caidin. pro
alect B'nai B'rith Council of South
Some 100 Jewish groups and 3.000 persons i
expected at CJA "Rescue Assembly" Apr. I
Miami Beach Auditorium.
'Assembly." Ho coiled their
spontaneous response "n his-
toric reply to the reckless chal-
lenge hurled at us by sinister
forces in the Middle East and
from behind the Iron Curtain."
He referred particularly to the
r kval by Egypt's. President Nasser
Mi Jewish persecutions and
expwJsfaas which have resulted in
driving more than 13.000 Jews out
of Egypt in recent mor
Miami Jewry is ready this tirr*."
Heiman declared Wednesday
1348 have we witnessed .uch
a whole-hearted and unified re-
action to the desperate needs of
our brethren overseas who are now
threatened by tyrannic edict-
Door- will be open at 7:30 p.m. to
permit special seating of organiza
lion in various diplomatic posts is
Europe and the I'm ted States prior
to his appointment to his present
position in 1953
Those included the chairman-
ship of the Israel delegation to
the second extraordinary general
conference of the United Na-
tions Educational Social and
cultural Organization in the
spring of 1953 and that of the
Israel delegation to the Seventh
Assembly of the International
Civil Aviation Organization held
at Brighton. England in 1953. Ho
served, as well, in the post of
advisor to the Israel delegation
to the sixth session of the Unit-
ed Nations General Assembly in
Paris in 1952.
He was first secretary" to the l
rael Legation in London in 1945
and. during World War II. be serv-
ed with the British Forces in
Africa, distinguishing himself in
the Air Force and the Infantry.
An active participant in the
fighting in the Holy City, Kidron
directed the battle in the northern
part of the city, where he had been
appointed military' governor.
Born in South Africa in 1915.
Kidron was graduated from the
South African College in Cape
Town, studied at the Stellenbosch
University in South Africa and at
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.
Sen Morse's career has been dis-
tinguished by his consistent sup-
port of humane end liberal 1-
tion In recent years, he astounded
national political leaders when he
announced he was "switching" par-
ties from Republican to Democra-
tic.
Before being elected t> the
Senate. Morse was dean and pro-
fessor at the University of Ore-
gon Law School, at which time he
I wrote the well-known, "Survey
of the Grand Jury System."
Before entering public life. Sen.
Morse taught argumentation at the
University of Wisconsin and the
University of Minnesota. He later
joined the faculty of the University
of Oregon.
Named chairman of arrange-
ments Wednesday were Mrs. Sak-
rais: Leo Chaiken. "Rescue Army
Operation;" and David Levenson,
to head up entertainment
Three Miami Beach rabbis were
also appointed by Heiman to aid
in the Monday program. Rabbi Irv-
l ing Lehrman spiritual
Temple Emanu-El was
"Colonel" in charge of the'
ency Rescue Operation
Rabbi Tibor T Stern, of!
cob Congregation, was fl
"Colonel" in charge of atte
and Rabbi Leon Kronisb.
pie Beth Sholom. was <
a similar title to head i
tee in charge of the
Other top ranking "C
pointment* include Hit.
man. chairman of the
committee, and Louis
"Colonel" ia charge of tk '
cue Army Operation'
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Iw*lc n^rHn^r,
,g.Tme Women's Leader Dead
In New York City at Age of 58
L. vork (.ITA)Mrs. Kath-, mittec on Immigration; United
, rn0n! immediate past J^ish Appeal; Self Help for Emi-
\ nftne National Council I re8 from Europe; American Jew
Dt -.nd former head ,sh Tercentenary Committee; and
f*_mf:na" r*3.l!nS|N*ttOMl Committee for the'unit-
[ed Nations Educational, Scientific
land Cultural Ort-ani'ntion.
-fir 1950, Smith College confer-
red On Mrs. EiKfel the first hi.nor-
j ary degree for Jewish achievement.
A cum laude graduate of Smith,
and a member of the honorary
-crifolastic fraternity Phi Beta Kap-
: pa, she had also taken graduate
% work at Oxford University.
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. *ARON FINK
6". Of MM Ml !7thV.H Mod Mar. ft.
'""" "r ''" nd itrtll. II* leaves two
'' -"'.I Louli, and three uls-
';'- liar. *7 la River.
atde-Beai I, Memorial Chapel
nterrutional Council, and |
SAMUEL ABRAMS
'?. of lrt.M) 7lh st dl-d Mar. II f. -
wen M ii 14 In Rlv.
Memorial Cbapel, arttb burial In Mi.
\il>., .i".met. i > .
J. NAT GOLDBERG
.'6. of 438 8W 2Jrd si died Mar 14.
Servlcea were Mar M In flordim** Mi-
ami chapel, with burial lii Ml, Blnal
tVllliItl i
M KA1HERINE ENGEL
ly-known as nn authority on
Nation, died here Saturday.
i 58.
Engel, wife of Irving M.
il, president of the American
lish Committee, was tha only
tun member of the Naw York
j Committee on Refugees. At
ious times she was chairman
he boird and a vice prcsidant
Hebrew Immigrant Aid
titty.
ber organiza'i ons in which she
high office included the board
Vvernors ol the Hebrew Uni-
l : the Jewish
cation S National Com-
MRS. ROWENA RUTH ROSE
tt, of IK*" UK 158th 'i died M i
it services were Mar. jr., under
die direction of Gordon'a FuhvihI
Home,
NATHAN LAVITT
ii!'. of I?:.". Normandj .it-. died Mar. 21.
inufacturer, ha i aurvlved
wife, Henrietta: a ion, Edward
a daughter, Mrs. Beltna Paeon, an i
step daughter, Mrs Beverly i,
i and burial were In x. York
with Newman-i.,i...... I,,,,,.,,,! h,,,,,,.
In charge of local urn
NATHAN J. BERKOWITZ
:!. or i i Mfcaaiii, ,,, ,,.,, MmK1$_
\ r..| red i,-ivrn owner, he u.i- n r*r-
ars. Surviving
witt, pora; two daughters, Mr- \n
i.iiMnftcln nnrt lira, Jene Blum;
: "" lerpma; ., brother, Btanley, and
a sister. Mrs. Bertha Beegal s
wen In New York, with Rlverslde-
Beaeh Memorial i 'hap< l in oh .
I nts.
ii sister. Services were Mar. 28 at
Riverside-Heai h Memorial Chap. I,
with burial In Star of David Cemeterj
MRS. GUSSIE SPITZ
>'.?. of -:., Srd St., dli-d Mai. 2T. A r.-sl-
clent here 30 yearn, she loaves two
an 'i two datajtrtaro. Bervleea were
lit S.rani'Mi. Pa., with local arranK'"-
metltfl by Rlveralde-li. ai h .Memorial
CkapeL
ARTHUR TUBMAN
56, '.r 2131 SW lth bw., died Mar. L'7.
itad with Wolfe's Box Lunch
Co., he waa a resident here eigiii
Surviving are his wife. Etoaaj a son.
M. a daughter, Kenee; a -I t.i
ami .i brother, s.-i-\.....- were In i'i.vi-
jdenee. Ill, with Oordna's i
ij.,11ii- in i iujLrga ..I local arrangehp ni -.
Murray Levy. S. i vie.m were Mar. 29,
with burial in siar of David Cemetery.
BERNARD JAY OERSON
51. of IM :.'lst st.. died Mar. II. A win-
ter resident, he waa the retired owner
and operator of medloal sundry com-
pany. He was a World War I \
a member of the Hlarn Solomon Lodge
of B'nal B'rith and the CMcago Cham-
bar of Commerce. He leaves his wife.
Minnie. Service* and burial ware In
Chicago, ith local arrangements by
Hellman Fu'ierai Chapala,
NATE FURMAN
59. of 1719 SW 51 ol si died Mi
A resident here sun-,. i:m;. h.- was a
guard at ihe Miami Beach K. rti ral
HavmgS and tx>an Asm. Survlvo
lude hl Wife, Ma ; two brothers and
SEYMOUR M. EDELSTEIN
10, '.f TS5 Michigan ava., died Mar. l1-.
An auto |iarts salesman, he was grad-
uated from Miami Beach High fcchool
anil the rniv.isliy ,.f Miami Survlv-
. lug art- his parents, Mi. and Mn Mor-
in, and a lnntli.r, Haloid.
a M m M ai itii
M.ipoi lal Chapel, with burial in
Ml Sinai '
MRS. ANNA KLEIN LIEBMAN
(1, of 17600 MB th me., died Mar. 30.
Hh Ma- i -.^ int. i visitor here for six
Survivors Inrlude her Husband.
.Theodone: a son. the Rev. Bdward
Kb In, cantor of tn.- Xoslh Shore Jew-
ish Center; a daughter, M:s Bl
Mendl......' ti Mi Helen Pre -
field: and two brothero, Sam ami Pe-
tei Oraner. Bervlcai and burial were
in Spring Valley, N.V.. with Hellman'a
I Funeral Home in charge of locul gT"
JULIUS KAHN
101 s\v hi st., died Mar. !5, A
realdenl here nine years, he leaves two
daughters. Mrs Itita Banff and Mrs
MRS. ROSE RUBINZAHL
63, of 13^.......in dr died M
winter visitor for Ml years, ahe
i I. .Iiillns, and a daughter.
Mi s. Pauline Friedman. Bervli i
bui i d ".n in New Voik City, with
local arrangementa by iiciiman's
Funeral Horn.'.
MR. AND MRS. RACHEL TURBIN
\lsitois in Miami, were fatallj
Injured In an ant., .-i, i iii. iii at Bebrlng
Mar t7. The i onple was t-nronte to
their home in Detroit, following
to Miami and to Mrs. Turbln'a cousin,
hrtbnlck, in Weal Palm Beai h
ISADORE ABLESSER
r.'i, of KM 7lih ., died Mat K A '.--
Ideal here ii years, ha was the ra
th ,i ..win. ol i grill. He is
survived by a brother In New York
and burial wi 11 iii Brookl) 11.
nil local .H angfl menls by Rl> i
Beai h Memoi lal Cbapel
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PATRICK
PULL LEVI
ELECT-
IWell 6. "PAT"
!- FOR COUNCILMAN -
CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
\w Vote for Me Will Insure An Honest Voice in Council
1.City Manager form of government and revision of
antiquated city charter.
i 2A much needed additional bridge across Snake
Creek Canal.
1 3.Equalization of taxes.
4.-0ffices of City Attorney and City Engineer to be
full time positions receiving a set salary.
5.Better and more recreational facilities with
supervision.
6Audit published semi-annually.
(IM. i'ol Adv )
J. M. MONTGOMERY
BROADENING RECREATIONAL PROGRAM
BUILDING A NEW LIBRARY
CONSTRUCTING A FIRE STATION
BELOW DIXIE HIGHWAY
RE-ELECT
JOHN M.
MONTGOMERY
YOUR
CITY COMMISSIONER
GOOD ZONING
CONTROL OF BUDGET
IMPROVED PARKING FACILITIES
BETTER SERVICE TO TAXPAYERS
Pull Lever 7A
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Use Lever 4A on Tuesday
AMESM. HESS
Coral Gables City Commissioner
w is a man with a record of business achievement in
Coral Gables.
YOU WILL BE VOTING FOR:
Mquofe Residential Street lighting.
ct Zoning Adherence.
Improved Gorbage I Trash Collection Schedule.
totrurt Noise Abatement.
Increased Recreation I fire Protection facilities.
fu" Vo,ue for Your Tax Dollars.
pol. adv pd. b) fieea rampalgn com,
VOTE FOR
C. WESLEY GUSTAFS0N
LAWYER -
Fought time and again against the invasion
of Business into Residential Areas.
TEACHER -
Educated our youth, both in High School and
at the University of Miami.
VETERAN -
Was in command of 4400 American Service-
men.
BUSINESSMAN -
General Manager of Multi-Million Dollar
furniture Business; necessitating sound busi-
ness practices.

"WHEN ILtCTED I SHALL INSIST UPON
TH PMFTING Of A NEW ZONING
ORDNANCE WHICH WILL PtESCVIBf 4
UNIfOKM STANDARD Of CONDUCT UP-
ON WHICH THE PUBLIC MAT Mir."
WES.
Elect Coral Gables City Commissioner
C WESLEY GUSTAFSON
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Add clever birth announcements ... A Deed
dated the 20th day of March, states that "This In-
denture, Between the Stork, hereinafter referred
to as the party of the first part and Marilyn and
Sanferd Freed, hereinafter referred to as parties
of the second part, WitneseeUi" that there has been
released "unto the parties of the second part a Son
i Alan Fr,,<' *
among the attendant stipulations is cited "That the parties
i second part shall make all necessary changes to the property
L jt dry and comfortable" and "shall cheerfully attend to
j child when it shall cry, even though the same occur within
Er|jr hours"
attorney Sanford's parents are Mr. and Mr*. Charles J. Freed;
i Cotouro. Coral Gables Proud grandmother on Marilyn'*
t Mr. Gartrudt Indgln, 218 SW 15th ave. Quite a Deed,
od food, good music and good conversation made a perfect
Eg at Jtnnit Grossinger's Pine Tree dr. home last Mar. 28 .
ls a gracious hostess, Jennie entertained at a dinner and
le iff honor of David Provus, staunch supporter of Israel and
ebrew University, and Mr. Provui .
aong the guests were Lee Cherne, executive director of the
th Institute of America and moving force of the Interna-
Rescue Committee Composer Mana-Zucca and Irwin
Architect and designer Saul and Mrs. Chaftei .
[lso Mrs. Oida Rubin, dynamic president ol American Friends
Hebrew University Former ZOA president Mortimer
nd Mrs. May Author and poet Dr. Henry Resenthal .
liami's own pianist, Anyuta Melikev.
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Members of the Bayview Club of Miami Beach met recently at
lut Grove's lovely Candlelight Inn for a dinner-and-theatre
f... If you like to rub elbows with stage stars, you'll find
| Dtkker studying his script while dining every night at the
[. It's only a block from the Grove Playhouse, where he
In Agatha Christie's "Witness for the Prosecution" this
Should Mr. Dokker fluff one of his lines, you'll know
cause he just couldn't concentrate properly with ail that
bus food steaming in front of bim!
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Ith wedding anniversary bells will ring out for Mr. and Mrs.
ubin, of 241 28th st., on April 5 ... In celebration, Abe and
' ire planning a trip to London to visit their son, David .
itationed with the Air Force there, with his wife and two
en...
ad it's congratulations for 42 years of wedded bliss to Mr. and
I Schatiman, of 2395 Lake Pancoast dr.
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! was an awful lot of activity around the Milton Margwlis'
[at m SW 21st st. last week Since Milton had to fly to
i on business, Harriett decided to take off for a quick trip
nta to visit her sister, Rita (Mrs. Harold) Spehn .
while (back at the Dunes) were Harriett's cousins, Mr. and
Kahsnsttin and their two daughters, Barbara and Merji
] it a stock broker with J. Hirsch and Co. in New York .
i from Union City, NJ., are the Marguiis' friends, Dr. and
I Irtnwassar, who are stopping at the Versailles .
to add to the happy confusion, Harriett's mother, Mrs.
t, is about to leave for her annual trip to Hot Springs,
Harriett, by the way, Is the very charming publicity di-
; for the National Council of Jewish Women here.
sident of the Symphony Club Frances (Mrs. Mitchell) Wolf-
Btertained at a "high tea" at her N. Bay rd. home ... The
I honored both old and new Symphony board members, be-
[electing new officers for the coming year .
ck at their Itivo Alto Island home after a trip to Chicago
and Mrs. Morton Hammond Purpose of the trip was a
meeting which Dr. Mort attended .
arm hospitality is becoming synonymous with Ida (Mrs.
t QV*Ck I-ast Fridav she was hostess at a dinner in her
i.t it 9th S' for J- APPlb*um. treasurer of the southern
n of the Workmen's Circle, and D. Sheer ... Her guests came
[savannah to attend the Circle's Mid-Winter Conference .
I J!,,Frideav ld* is giving a farewell dinner for her first cousin,
Moiiit Sattin, who is returning to her Atlantic City home
[three-months visit with the Spivacks.
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li"" *ul Ro*n will open her home at 35 S. Hibiscus dr. to
GtvAi PW EPsUon all"s on Monday, April 8. when the
tn. i"""30 Associaton will hold its monthly meeting .
Ifor tl. nnu'" "* Mr*- t90n Slrk'n' Wh b Ule nterior deCOr-
. ine M>hlE room in panneenic House at the University of
Mrs. Sirkin will speak on something dear to all our
Ho* to Well-Groom Your Home."
WhS? "CW n ,he ,iterary scene *** Strassberg's
Vom-T, ?V'ew" last week for the NUnl Council of Jew-
rand m lun<*eon ... Bob, who is a hard-working com-
"tness" U'h-C director ot Temple Judea, reviewed "Journey Into
Iwith'- ls the storv of George Gershwin, punctuating his
|Lj|| accomPaniment of Gershwin music .
Wes i,f Jo**ph) Dw"'ov and Mrs. Julius Breitler were co-
" the luncheon at Lill's home at 2008 Alton rd.
l*"corttH,|'l!,*,,0" and Mort#n and Welntraub gave a
lTble,s w. fet dance ,ast week at Westview Country Club
V in harm covered in d cloths and flowers and lights were
Fe shell0"3, ,h* formal affair A P"**0 tent Provided
** < attend thC 20 8UesU in aM Uut Party-8Poiler- rain-
hergfnr^ed '" cloud grav French lace was telling friends
. and h w mg triP t0 AUanU t0 Vi5lt her molher' Mr*- '
i was 0f uh ther' 0r C' W' D"'*' Horteme, whose
i">t she'd t^l. 1et aPP|i " and w.' bllck befor* May 17 That's the date the
ntraubs depart for their European vacation .
^l Miami, Florida, Friday, April 5, 1957
Sectior
B
Phi Sigs Meet at Home
Of Mrs. Dorothy Schwartz
Meeting of Phi Sigma Sigma
Alumnae Assn. of Greater Miami
was to be held at the home of Mrs.
Dorothy Schwartz, 1620 SW 13th
ave., Miami, Thursday evening.
Business for the evening was to
include the discussion and planning
of a barbecue picnic by the alum-
nae in honor of actives and pledges
of Beth Theta chapter at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Mrs. Robert Rosen is chairman
of a nominations committee which
was to offer a report.
Mrs. Martha (Stanley C.) Myers, 3620 Granada blvd., Carol
Gables, racked up additional mileage to her already phenom-
enal record of travel in behalf of numerous causes. As a dele-
gate from Greater Miami area to Washington, D.C., conference
of National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Myers at confab's
end was reelected national fourth vice president of this major
women's organization.
Beach Hadassah Schedules Affairs
Louis D. Brandeis group of Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Hadassah will
meet Monday noon at the Fontain-
bleu hotel for luncheon, to be fol-
lowed by a regular monthly meet-
ing.

Manna Senoseh group will meet
at the Shelbourne hotel Monday
when a party celebration Jewish
National Fund and Eye-Banks will
be held.

Israeli group will hold its regular
meeting Monday noon at the Al-
giers hotel. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Louis U. Bidennan. United
Nations coordinator of Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah. Mrs.
Aaron Farber will present a musi-
cal program.

I. R. Goodman group will hold a
joint meeting with the Miami
North Dade Women
To Install Officers
Mrs. Fred Blank will be installed
North Dade Jewish Center Monday
president of the Sisterhood of
evening.
Others to be installed are the
Mesdames Murray Apfalbaum,
first vice president; Irving Den-
mark, second vica president;
Irving Jacobson. recording see-
rotary; Androw Sehwarti. finan-
cial secretary; Milford Schiller,
troasuror; and Jacob Schulman,
corresponding secretary.
Also scheduled for the installa-
tion meeting is a Passover Institute.
The Center plans a community Se-
der Monday evening Apr. 15.
Beach Junior Hadassah group
Thursday evening at the San Ma-
rino hotel. Junior Hadassah group
will present a skit, "Accent on
Youth." Miss Dora Katz will re-
view "Great Ages and Ideas of
the Jewish People."
Special Passover
Service Scheduled
Emanu-EI Monday
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, this
week announced a "Siyum Bich-
o-urn" scheduled at the Temple
Monday morning 8 a.m., "ushering
in the most joyous and sacred holi-
day of Passover."
The service, which commemor-
ates the saving of the life of the
first born son in ancient Egypt,
will be attended by the eldest son
of each Temple family.
On Thursday evening, Apr. II,
children attending the late ses-
sion ot Temple Emanu-EI relig-
ious school will havo their own
Passover assembly, and on Sun-
day, Apr. 14, two model Sedorim
will be hold for the children who
attend Sunday school classes.
Traditional Passover tables dis-
playing proper foods and settings
will be set up on the religious
school patio by Mrs. Joseph Abelow
and Mrs. Henry Morris, of the re-
ligious school PTA. Children will
participate in the entire Seder serv-
ice under the supervision of their
individual teachers.
Highlighting the festivities will
be a Passover play in the form of
sis scenes, staged by Trixie Levin,
depicting Passover through the
ages, beginning with the original
festival and ending with a Passover
scene as it occurs in a modern day
Israeli "kibutz,"
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, one of America's best-loved personal-
ities in entertainment and hotel fields, receives title of "God-
mother of the City of Hope" for 25 years of service she has
given to Los Angeles non-sectarian pilot research center for
cancer. Award was made during recent banquet at Americana
hotel in Miami Beach where Al Tisch, Americana board chair-
man, extended his congratulations in presence of Elliott E. Bel-
son, Southeast regional director of City of Hope.

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Get Boost
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Tuesday
Emanu-EI Theatre Guild Sets Try-Out Monday

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\mt. THIODOU DtUCXf*_____
jllanders Mark
\h Anniversary
Icouple for many years active
. profnm.-. of the Workmen's
I here and in Chicago will be
"at a prc-anniversary affair
|ay evening in the Lincoln
and Mrs Samuel Hollander.
2\ Harrtinq ave., Miami Beach,
ielebrate 50 vears of marriage
Lt time. Joining the Holland-
jo i.h them well will be niem-
Lf Workmen- Circle Branch
Miami Beach; Chicago Club,
Li Bench Workmen's Circle
hdship Group, Chicago; and
Dewish Labor Committee.
and Mrs. Hollander were
ted May 5, 1907 in Buffalo,
Musician'; flub of America will
benefit from a chamber music re-
cital due at the Musicians Club
here Tuesday evening, Apr. 9.
Featured are Mrs. Theodore
(Judy) Nelson Drucker and Eva
Levenson in a program of original
compositions for voice and re-
corder.
Mr*. Drucker is a graduate of
the University of Miami and
studied voice in New York and
Philadelphia. Miss Levenson is a
noted recorder artist and teach-
er of this wind instrument, which
achieved its xenith of popularity
during the time of Bach.
Miss Levenson is among leading
exponents cf the revival of the re-
corder in music circles throughout
the world.
The program will also feature a
string quartet from the University
of Miami school cf music in works
ranging from the 15th century to
the present.
r**.
| AND MRS. HOUAHDl*
They later moved to New
! *d ubs,K)uently to Chicago,
ethey were engaged in the
tic weaving business. The Hol-
"> came to Miami Beach, four
i ago.
'have two daughters, Mrs.
fles fJeanne) D. Breitel, whose
ind is associate justice in the
plate uivision of the New York
(Supnme Court, and Mrs. Ed-
| 'Beatrice) D. Radin, whose
nd is a noted novelist.
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nt pictures ia now crvcril-
n request. Hailed by
ctZ! .*!uca,inal leaders.
"" tell step-by-step story
waer n,uJ in exciting 21x
reprint. Copies are
lul'u? MMWeU
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SI BROS in ,
21 New lifers'
Revealed by Ladies
At a recent luncheon of North
Shore chapter, B'nai B'rith Women.
21 members became B'nai B'rith
life members, making the current
total from North Shore chapter, 24
"members for keeps."
The new members are Mrs.
Lester Arkin, Mrs. Ben Berko-
witi, Mrs. Bernice Brown, Mrs.
Ralph Cherin, Mrs. Julia Do-
mutch, Mrs. Ada Gastman, Mrs.
Bernard Hoffman, Mrs. Aaron
Kapit, Mrs. Ann Leventine, Mrs.
Abraham Newmark, Mrs. Samuel
Pomerance, Mrs. Fay Potter,
Mrs. Samuel Rudnick, Mrs. Sam
Schwartz, Mrs. Milton Shaw, Mrs.
Mark Silverstein, Pauline Si-
mon, Mrs. Francis Weiss, Mrs.
Lawrence* Weston, Mrs. Morris
Urist and Edith Zermen.
Just a year ago, the chapter
proudly announced its first three
"life members," Mrs. George Bal-
tuch, Mrs. Samuel Belsky, and Mrs.
Nettie Brenner.
Emma Lazarus chapter will hold
its next regular meeting Tuesday
evening at the Howard Johnson
restaurant, Biscayne blvd. and 11th
st. A special program is being ar-
ranged by chairman Miss Irma
Koff. President of the chapter is
Miss Betty Bobbins.
Gables ORT Lists
Fashion Show
Coral Gables chapter of Organ-
ization for Rehabilitation Through
Training will hold a "mad hatters'
luncheon and fashion show Wed-
nesday noon at Miami Springs
Country Club.
Fashion show will feature wom-
en's wear by Minna Lee and chil-
dren's apparel from Claire White.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Phillip Schiff. 1800 SW 13th ave.,
Miami. In charge of tickets are
Mrs. Rose Meyers and Mrs. Milton
Wasman.
Installation Slated
North Shore Post and Auxiliary
of Jewish War Veterans will hold
installation of officers Saturday
evening at Royal Hungarian res-
taurant. Guest speaker will be
Judge Kenneth Oka. Rabbi David
Lehrfield, of Kneseth Israel Syna-
gogue, will offer the invocation.
Theatre Guild of Temple Emanu-
EI will hold try-outs for eight men's
and 12 women's parts for "Goodbye
My Fancy" Monday evening in the
social hall of the Temple, accord-
ing to Mrs. Albert Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Guild, and Sam Hirsch,
who will direct.
"Goodbye My Fancy," written
by Fay Kanin and formerly star-
ring Madelyn Carroll, enjoyed
many successful years on Broad-
way and is a hilarious comedy
about a liberal congresswomen
who returns to school as an hon-
orary visitor to bring to the stu
dents the true horrors of war as
she experienced them.
The Guild recently presented
"Having Wonderful Time" to a
sell-out audience. Hirsch said Wed-
nesday that the Monday try-outs
will be the only ones prior to final
casting.
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F;;e E-3
Her Husband i>
Stationed in Miami
pnris. mm smt ui f is J s
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BtriKUae of
wa* a taft frna th-
She w* attended Jr>v F f.
Band of hcer. aw) Jar* Safer, her
pinlCQ pKI CkffN daaM tdnfl Jf'I
Pa. to be Escoll,
Lubeck Residence
Martha Lawci Enroll
M Elliot Labor*
fday. Mar. 31. in a
the BeOeeae StraUord hotel
The bride L the
aad Mrs Mama J. E*
residents of Surtsde_ Fla_. and FJ-
kaas Park. Pa. Mr. Lubecfc is the
roB of Mr. aad Mrs. Mortal Inherit.
of Bydal. Pa
The hnde wore a white c*ra of
chantiUy lace teaauiiau kwag
d a bateau ueeUiae.
Sower was Viek*
Mrs. Karl Hope. Mr*,
aad Mrs Seise*
ters of the bride, were brides-
maids- Wendy Booaer. aiece of the
oride, was also a la i ill leaaaa
Dr Ptulip I. EscofL brother of
the bride was heat man. Ushers ia-
daded Mr Hope. Mr. Roster aad
Mr. Kimmeiman. Dand ftosner.
of the bride, was rhag
After a
FT 1 iw IV
vrtb the VS. Coast
booed at Dhsaer Key
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The bride b a
, Uaneisity of
Miss Widlan Weds
Jerrold Phillips
Oa Sonata?. Mar 24. sa
PlB, Maroiyn a Wit
eii She carried white orchids oa
Snter of the bnde. Dnae Wid-
laa. was the ausd of haaer. aad
tlaoje Lather *-dUa_ a flower firl
Brother of the bnde Mobert Wid-
Laa acted as best aaaa. aad ashers
Jakes Aaroa. Behert Malii '
the aarhm of Mr
ase Mrs Wdbnat Wanna*, of MSI
SW lat st_ aad Leuwre Qty The
* aoreats are Mr aad Mrs
PhsHips. 136 SW 21st nc.
iare wer at
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ran. Paal 1 H aaaaaati aad Milton
The bnd aad grot a are rrada
ates of Ms aaa Seasor Hnrh School.
aad the r fed the la>
Banana1 -1
After the receptaoa the couple
left oar a short hoar yaaooa. They
wiB he a: I nose at 0 SW 21st are
m ._ 1 1 T*
of the
The
bridegroom graduated froaa Teaa-
ple I'artersaty. where he was a
member of Tan Epealoa Phi social
frateraaty.
PoUowiac a weddaaf trip to
Hani aad Jamaica, the couple live in Ptaasjlsaasa.
*-
ami
Milgram, Moliver Exchange Vc
Miss Sylvia Mjlfram aad Dand
Mali hi were waited in marriage oa
Soaday. Mar. H, la 6 pm. rites
at the Airier* boteL Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg offioaahl at the
is the
Mexico Wedding Trip for Lorbers
aj hi Mexico are Mr The bnde i a graduate of Miami'
I Lather, who wre Beach High school aad attended
IT ra the chapel of the University of Alabama aad the
the Crowe hotel m Miami Beach, ^arrersity of Maam Mr. Lorber
u_ t^^_ i. ,,... r ,, M^, graduate of the UM. where he
nr Lorber the former Mad- __, *.i.__j _.v w
was affiliated w.th Alpha Pirntaa <
erya Judith Winer, daughter of p, fraternity.
Mr and Mrs Jack Wmer. SJlo Al- Followuig a weddneg trm to Aea-'
tea ri. Miaau Beach. Mr. aad Mrs. palo aad Mexico City, the couple
tsadore Lorber. 17?* Jason aaa, wiB are ia Arlaactoa. Va Mr Lor-
Muem Beach, are pareats of the ber is rtatinagd wsta the
"~ F*. Berrotr.
37th tor
eats are Mr. aad Mrs.
Molreer. 1*65
of Mr.
2B31 SW
%
Milrraas. brother of the I
| aid Beaaett. Leoaard!
{Miitoa Goodmaa
The bnde is a BM(
the Uaherutv of MuaiTa}|
Craduated ;th ar. LLB _
the L. of at u Fe"^
After a recepuoi aadi
couple lert tor a
la Mexico They aiB
at 358 SW 2ftsi
of taHe aad
aad her fiaaertip
aw held, by a tiara of raa>
aad pearls. Sao was
assisted by Mrs. Gerald Knrrita.
asatioa of hoahr
The roora had as has beat aaaa
is brother BB-law, Med Hammer, of
Philadelphia Ishars were Jam**
Urs. tkk is Hostt
Physaaaas W|
er Miaau wfli hi
Itaag Wedaesday
IMrs. Maunce lath;]
W. Bay Heights.
; hostess to the i
la Jaae barbecai
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will
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of the
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CoL EBsaaaa Yishai. personal ee- tioa ia braeL whsch not only pro-
retary to Israel Pnase Minister Tides attention to oer a aallaoa
Dand Bea Garion will bnac a aaea. ana aad children ia Israel
farst^aad report of the sstaataoa hat also offers awdaral aid to Je^.
ia bus coaatry Cantor Saaaaei Ke- tsh rafacees froaa Arab HI iT 1
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_ is Engaged
[Harold Brooks
T navi idr announces the engage-
Fof her dauKhter. Jane Bren-
Hirnld Jay Brooks, son of
tdV David Brooks, 1036
Cve The bride-elect is t|ie
fcter of the late Milton Braun-
, jane and Harold are grad-
jof Miami Beach High school.
|jS a student at the University
|ami. where she is pledged to
, Epsil'in Phi social sorority.
Br00ks is also a student at
diversity of Miami. He will
L his degree in January. 1958.
| a member of Zeta Beta Tau
I fraternity.
date has been set for the
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Ardmore
MUSS lAMt IKAUHSTtm
Iden Wedding
\e for Baboks
and Mrs. Morris Babok, 7760
ji Waterway dr.. Miami Beach.
Celebrate their golden wedding
lersarv Saturday at morning
s of Agudath Israel Hebrew
lute.
bbi Isaac r.ver will speak on
Two Pillars of Marital Hap-
s." A reception will follow the
Ices.
|r. Babok is a synagogue board
jber, and Mrs. Babok is an ac-
fsisterhood worker.
The Baboks were married in Rus-
sia in 1907 and came to the United
States in 1912. settling in South
Haven, Mich., while residing most
of the year in Miami Beach. The
Baboks have three children, nine
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Their Parents Tell
These Betrothals
Mr. and Mrs. David Newberg,
541 SW 5th ave.. announce the en-
"iPement of their daughter, Linda
Fern, to Samuel M. Cohen. Mr.
Cohen is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel S. Cohen, 3660 SW 13th tor.
Both are graduates of Miami
Senior High school. They are at-
tending the University of Miami,
where he is a member of Phi Eta
Sigma. Beta Beta Beta, and Alpha
Epsilon Delta honor societies.

W r t hei mer-Bodne
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wertheim-
er, 105 S. Shore dr.. Miami Beach,
are announcing the engagement of
their daughter. Shirley, to Michael
Douglas Bodne, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Bodne, 9581 Carlyle
ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Wertheimer majored in ed-
ucation at the University of Miami.
Her fiance is an accounting and law
major at the University of Florida
where he is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
July 14 is the wedding date.
miSS LOKKAINf SAfKA
Miss Safra Eyes
Aug. 11 Wedding
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham J. Safra.
202 Washington ave., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Lorraine, to Melvin
Shifke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Shifke, 24 Salamanca, Coral Gables
Miss Safra graduated magna cum
laude from the University of Mi-
ami, where she was a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Shifke also graduated from
the University of Miami, where he
was affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity and is now an account
. executive with Bus Benches, Inc.
Aug. 11 has been chosen as their
wedding date.
Bush. Her fiance is the son of Mr.
and Mr. Irving Lichtman, 277 NW
33rd st.
The bride-elect attended New
Paltz State Teachers College and is
a graduate of Finch Cnil''e. She is
teaching in New York City.
Mr. Lichtman is a graduate of
the University of Florida and is
employed at the U.S. Naval Air
Turbine Test Station in Trenton.
The couple plan a mid-winter
wedding.
ogisf in Talk
a Human Nature be
d*" will be the subject of a
I "by psychologist Dr. Jacques
Saturday evening at the
loza Outdoor Forum, 124-11th
Hami Beach.
. More than
one million
mothers know
it's the REAL thing
Bokor-Savader
Tampa residents Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Bokor have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara Suzanne, to Arnold Savader,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Savader,
1016 Lenox ave., Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a native of
Tampa and attended the University
of Florida. Mr. Savader graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and attended the University of
Florida, where he was affiliated
with Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The wedding is set for June.

Bush-Lichtman
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Jean Ruth Bush
to Eugene A. Lichtman, of Tren-
ton, N.J.
Miss Bush is the daughter of Mrs.
Julia R. Bush and the late Samuel
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choir at Delano hotel during
Passover senric*s Apr. 15.
Ramaz Hotel
146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Ml. AND MGS. GEWnYTZ AIE HAPRT TO ANNOVNCI
THAT THE HOTEL WIU BE OPEN FOR PASSOVER
OOt NOTE! IS WIU KNOWN FOff ITS KASMRtTTH
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Vincent Price, fr-med .
stage, screen. radio and tele
will be find! speaker in th? Mia'ni
'pi^Ken'-" of Miami Student Body
Government
ffe ... --w>sk on art
wodiHr*4f evening at Dado County
auditorium.
We'i'.-ncwi to movie-eoers
through his appearance* in film*
*uch at "Laura" and "The Eve
of St. Mark*." Price it equally
famed for hi* work in the legi-
timate theatre. He has starred in
many production*, including
'The Ladv's Not for Burnlnq,"
'The Cocktail Party" and "An-
gel Street."
A life-lone art collector and con-
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edge of painting and sculpture
amazed television audiences across
the country during his recent ap-
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Traditional Passover Seders
Ceadected ay CANTOR CNARIIS IANC *'
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SEDERS COMMENCE AT 8 P.M.
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1957
MttHaBi
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y of Hope Expert Sees Link Between Vitamins, Brain
..../M.r_A uossible link Environment of the Brain and gested that the chemical known >at th* t-.iiv nf nf n^rtc i ih> k..i. ^ ,;..i m-A h h,

.... a possible link. Environment of the Brain and
function, the action' Consciousness" at the University of
the effect of Maryland.
Dr. Eugene Roberts, chairman of
the department of biochemistry,
City of Hope, Duarte, Calif., sug-
hemical and
deficiency. .- brain tis-
mposium
[Jm^OVKR SED0RMM I
MONDAY and TUESDAY, APRIL 15 and 16
RESERVE IMMEDIATELY I I
Rabbi Lout* A. Ca*ei and
Rabbi Abraham M. Casmel
WILL OFFICIATE
I West Avsiiee, OmiiL-
sssever Sossrfsi
TEMPLE
MeetM JE I 3271 JI 11052
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Make Yottr Resfvathnt Now-
FOR HOLIDAY DINNERS
SERVED BOTH SEDER NIGHTS IN
[he Sea Gull Terrace Room
Cefobrare
the
Holidays
wifkUs
gested that the chemical known as
gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)
may play a key role in regulating
the activity of the central nervous
system.
In the course of studies en tha
biochemistry of brain tissue. Dr.
Roberts reported in 1*50 that
GABA is present in high con-
centrations in tha fray matter of
tha brain end tha spinal cord.
GABA was not detected in many
other tissues studied. Further in-
vestigations showed that GABA
is formed in brain from glutamie
acidone of the amino acids,
which are tha basic "building
blocks" of proteinby an en-
zyme, gsutamic ecid decarbocy-
lase.
The activity of this enzyme is de-
pendent on an ade-matc dietary
supply of the vitamin, pyridoxine,
known as B-fl. -
A deficiency of Vitamin B-6
causes s- marked decrease in'activ-
ity of the enzyme, impairing pro-
duction -of 6ABA. Or. Roberts sug-
-eested that this decrease night be
| related to the convulsions which
occur in both humans and animals
suffering from such a deficiency.
Further studies are in progress
at the City of Hope, Dr. Roberts I the brain and .spinal cord, and the
said, to determine the mechanisms effect of various drugs and chemi-
involved in GABA metabolism ir. | :al agents.
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p.00 for Both Nights
WOO for the First Night
Te4. Mr. Colton
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The SEA GULL
Dirtctly on tha Ocean at 21st Street, Miami Beach
South Dade Women
Discuss Passover
Women's Group of South Dade
Jewish Center is preparing a Pass-
over workshop program outlining
the celebration of Passover in the
home.
Mrs. A. Leflcove will review
tha story of Passover and discuss
Its present-day interpretations.
She will also explain tha Sedar
ritual, and tha special foods and
unusual dishes far tha holiday
will be prepared in their proper
settings.
The meeting will tie held at the
home of Mrs. David Kornberg, 6815
Tordera, Coral Gables. Wednesday
evening.
The musical portion of the work-
shop will be conducted by Mrs.
Jack Diamond, who will review the
songs and prayers of the Passover
festival.
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Bolet is Scheduled
With UM Orchestra
F rmer Justice of the Peace K> r
neth Oka. announced formally this
week thai he will be a candidate
Acclaimed from coaM to coa-t for for counc,iman in Um forthcoming
his "brilliance." pianist Jor*e Bolet ctecT. ^ m M|ami fr^.
will be guest solou* when the L'm- ok3 m ci^.Xe^ justice ,.f the
versity of Miami Symphony Orche> Peace of th, (l,.h tra presents its eighth pair of con- suh certs this season. .in<1 aga,a m i95Z He c.iose not
Dean John Bitter will conduct ,Q run f,,r that oflce in 1956. and
the orchestra at concerts Sunday retired ,he cnd of (,., ter.n.
and Monday evenings. Apr. 14 and j,,, 7 1057
15. at Miami Beach and Dade
Oka Seeks Seat On Beach Council Joys to be Shared {
With Aged Tuesday
County auditoriums.
Born in Havana, Bolet, long an
American citizen, received his
arly training at the Curtis In-
stitute in Philadelphia. After
arly successes in Europe, he re-
turned to the United States to
win the coveted Naumburg and
Josef Hoffman Awards.
Since his debut with the New
York Philharmonic Symphony-
Oka, 40, is married to the for-
mer Gertrude Heller, amd kVf
have four children, Barbara June,
V.ichele, Stephanie and Jonathan.
He graduated from the College
of the City of New York, and Har-
vard Law School.
He ii past president of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, former chairman of the Jew
ish Music Council of Greater Mi-
f ~~~~^^H^H
M ^^k
^?*i*y
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Monthly birthday party sponsor-
id by the Greater Miami Woracn'i
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the
I Aged, will be hosted by Mr. and
Mrs David Provus, 3440 Royal
i Palm ave., in honor of their wed-
ding anniversary Tuesday night.
Apr 8. at Douglas Gardens.
Well-known pianist, Olga Bibor
Stern, together with Elmer Hor-
: osnyi, violinist, will entertain.
Residents of Home whose birth-
days occur during the month of
April will be specially honored and
I gifted.
ami. past exalted ruler ef the Elks,
which the press hailed as "the" most P**t chairman of the board of Tern
outstanding concerto reading of P-* Beth Sholom. president of Mi
the season." be has gone on to be- ami Beach Civic Orchestra, former
come one of the most conspicuous chairman of the board of Miami
figures before the music public to- BeacJ Zionist District He is also
day. chairman of the Committee on I-aw
With his career interrupted bv and Social Action of the American i
World War H. he served as an offi- ** Cor.:res*. member of Hilus |dr. Miami Beacn.
both the Cuban and
IfMNtTN OKA
cus Lodge. Knights of Pythias. Odd-
fellows. Zionist Organization of
America. Jewish National Fund.
Bayshore Golf Course, and many
other fraternal, legal, and chari-
table organizations
The Okas live at 2801 Fairgreen
cer in both the Cuban and I S
Armies, making him the only con-
cert artist to be a veteran of two
armies. While in Japan with the
American Forces, he made musi-
cal history when he conducted the
fir-t performance ever given there Passover. Trey will have to wash
of Gilbert and Sullivan s "Mikado." and Make Your Home Passover Clean
Jewish housewives will be busy glasses and silverware. Don! wash
during the next ouple of weeks (them, just soak: dont wipe. ju~t
cleaning their home kosher for j rinse. Glasses and dishes will come
For
out sparkling clean. I'se Vel for
dairy as well as meat dishes, be-
v. ill be fully prepared furl cause it is pane. And use Vel. too.
for your light washing. Vel is kind
to the hands; it will never coarsen
them
I ) Fab for your entire family
wash. Fab doesn't merely clean
MayOT riCKS Hedd Naturally, this entails much time
U and energy for the busy housewife.
HnCnilrtl FlflVP Ue therefore want to recommend
VjpilCIl l/MfC three wonderful products which
Wright L. Pearson. Dade county wl" greatly facilitate her work and, superficially. It cleans clear
civic leader and insurance execu- assure her a clean, kosher home i through, and it will make your
live, has been named community toT Passover. They are Ajax. Vel {wash not just whiter but sanitary
chairman of the Baptist Hospital and Fab. three kosher and pane;as well. Yes, Fab deodorizes as it
building fund campaign, according products, made by the famous Col-1 cleans
to Miami Mayor Randall N Christ- gate-Palmolive Company u n d e r [ Get these three fine products to-
mas. general chairman strict rabbinical supervision, j dayAjax. Vel and Faband make
"We are happy to make this ap- Ajax is the famous cleanser with |your Passover cleaning easier. ST.
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son ha> served unselfishly and in a special bleach which makes every-
dedicated fashion as a member of 'hing clean and bright with hardly
the hospital board of trustees and any effort It cuts grease and BtaJm
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Pearson urged everyone in Dade this will be a hospital for all faiths
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jshWar Veterans Will Honor
Klein for Service Here, Nationally
..Dnc- Klein, well-known
each civic leader and for-
imi Beach vice mayor and
IT' will have his "day"
^7 p.m.. May 15th, in the
Ifume, he will be honor-
ftstrtnonial f'"inpr '*on h*
Post 330 and |
Kloin will alto receive a plaque
naming him "Dad* County's Out-
standing Citizen," an honor un-
animously approved by tht Vet-
erans. Klein, a graduate of Ford-
ham University, has participated
in n'inwou* civic funrtion< dur-
ing hit 25 years In Miami Beach.
[s community, state -and na-
hVar Veterans r .~~~, He was resDonsib|e for founding
I the Miami Beach Servicemen's Cen-
ter, of which he is still director.
Through his perseverance. Miami
Beach's civil defense program he-
came a reality during World War
II. He served as director of the
program during the war years and
has also held the same post since
the CD program was reactivated in
1950.
In connection with the civil de-
fense program during the war,
Klein organized the Miami Beach
air-raid warden service. Former
Secretary of War Stimson cited him
for organizing the best dim-out
along the Atlantic Coast.
Staffers
led to Firm
Bon of tour new staff njem-
|th public relations firm of
PSHfwartz Richard Run-
anmiunced Wednesdav.
! abo reported the doubling
Efise "'' '" lhl' building
4)11 N. Miami ave.
s Jakoff. former city
n{ Slate of Israel Bonds
three years public ralaV
fector of the Greater Miami
[Federation, was named spe-
Lultant t<> the Schwartz and
fund raisins division.
jlz. former publicity direc-
Ihp Mount Sinai Hospital
inunt fund and senior field
for State of Israel Bonds,
ned senior account execu-
U account executive was
Klion. University of Flor-
juate and formerly publicity
ir.t for the Honey Plaza ho-
iliami Beach.
bond C. Lusink, Marine
ethrar. and formerly assist-
naser of six different Wool-
kt, rfc in New York and Con-
It. M appointed executive
manager for Schwartz &
a performance of Rossini's "Stabat
Mater" on Friday evening, Apr. 12,
'Stabat Mater' Scheduled
The University of Miami school.
of music will present its concert j at Beaumont Hall. Anne Nixon will
chorus, Wilfred Smith, director,, in be accompanist.
STREIT'S
Klein hat served at State Com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans and twice Commander of
both the JWV and the American
Legion. He hat alto taken a lead-
ing role in Red Crott activitiet.
He hat been chairman of the
Red Crott fund drive on Miami
Beach, as well at serving as
board director of the Dade Coun-
ty Red Cross for six years.
Klein was first president of the
Washington Avenue Merchant's
Assn.
Fund Raising Event Sunday
Final fund raising event of the
year for the Anna Miller Circle of
Miami Beach will take place Sun-
day evening, when Circle officers
will be hostesses at a card and
games party to be held at the Elks
Lodge club rooms, 720 West ave.
Entire proceeds will go to the
Harry-Anna Crippled Children'!
Hospital at Umatilla, Fla., it was
announced by Mrt. Jack Wucher,
president. Chairmen Mrt. Joseph
Thery and Mrs. Leo Meyer are in
charge of ticket salet.
Serving as hostesses will be Mes-
dames Wucher, Grayce Greenwald,
Ann Livingston, Malvine Schwartz,
Ruth Koffman, Ruth Phillips, Ethel
Hastens, Glady Morganstern, Gus
sie Schwalb, Helene Kantor, Clara
Toby and Ethyl Gordon.
A regularly slated meeting of
the Anna Miller Circle will be held
Tuesday evening.
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iami Moves to Ease Refugee Crisis
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Florida, Friday, April 5, 1957
Section C
'Rescue Assembly' Set
To Meet Area's Part
In Nation's Life-Saving
A "Rescue Corps" of 200 Greater Miami leading ,civic and relig-
ious leaders will direct the Combined Jewish Appeal "Rescue Army"
to save Jewish refugees during CJA Rescue Month. Chairman Sam
J. Heiman and co-chairman Mrs. Louis Glasser have announced that
the 200 men and women will constitute a "Colonels' Brigade" with
the responsibility of coordinating full participation by their specific
organizations in the Monday night "Rescue Assembly" at the Miami
Beach auditorium.
iseiism is driving 50,000 Jews out of Egypt"
members of Combined Jewish Appeal
Division are told by Sam J. Heiman
Bd, center) at recent meeting at home
uq Division chairman Sam Goldman.
pan, twice former, CJA chairman and
pber of United Jewish Appeal National
net, urges group to join with 40 other
trades and professions to help rescue some
100,000 refugees expected in Israel, United
States and other free nations in the next 12
months. Seated (left to riqht) are Tom Segal,
Ray Berrin, Harold S. Abbot, Heiman, Sam
Goldman and Marvin Goldman. Standing (left
to right) are Boris Biely, Ben Green, Sidney
Simkowitz and Fred Ellis.
wiinary Week Observance Will
[dunch Tributes Here;
foted Leaders Slated
Among the top three "Colonels'
are Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, chair-
man of attendance; Leo Chaiken.
head of Assembly table captains;
and David Levin.son, director of en-
tertainment.
"Our Rescue Army* will be
dedicated not to waging war but
to the saving of lives," Heiman
Mid Wednesday. "Their energies
will be directed in a battla
against apathy on the part of
local Jewry ,and against the for-
ces of oppression, tyranny end
persecution which hav* resulted
in the present immigration crisis
overseas," Heiman declared.
The "Rescue Corps" includes
Dade county's top officials in the
fields of government, civic alfairs,
religion, education and industry.
Four Greater Miami cantors were
binary Week in the Greater
li area will draw eminent Uni-
knagogue congregants to meet-
pn behalf of the Jewish Theo-
Seminary of America, be-
Bg Sunday morning. At that
I the North Shore Jewish Cen-
pill hold its Seminary break-
Beetinu at the Balmoral hotel
ni Beach,
pbi Armond Cohen, member
board of overseers of the
feary. will address the meeting
p led by Max Krauss, newly
fd presidenl of the Center,
porris Black, North Show Sam-
I chairman.
i Sunday evening, Beth David
>gation will have a supper
t meeting at the Fontainehleau
- Rabbi Cohen will discuss
I Davids move to raise $10,000,
{presented to the Seminary as
[Beth David Award."
Ji' Award will establish, for-
i scholarship for a student
paring for a career in the rab-
p. Emanuel J. Smith head*
I Seminary committee for this
'Sit ion.
him arc Sidney Aronovitz,
Bid Berney, Israel Breakstone,
Cohen, Harry Cranman,
W Cravitt, Jack Emmer, John
Charles Gottlieb, Maurice
f*"- Max Jueobson, Sam Ostrow-
Robert Purisch. Al Quadow.
* Rabinowitz, Fred Sandier,
*1 Scher, Bert Sher, Jacob
' S. j. Specter, Jerry Stern
lidney Weiner.
The Temple Emanu-El Seminary
dinner will be held Apr. 10 at the
Fontainebleau hotel. Dr. Moshe
Davis, provost of the Seminary, will
present citations to the Temple's
honorary life presidents, Harry
Sirkin, Joseph M. Rose and Mayer
H. Frankel, for their contribution
to the Temple and to the commun-
ity.
Assisting David Levinson, Sem-
nary chairman, are Ben I. Binder,
Max Boderman, Joseph Cohen,
Irving Cypen, Ben Danbaum,
Samuel N. Friedland, Charles
Fruchtman, Mrs. Jennie Cross-
inger, Samuel J. Halperin^Joseph
M Lipton, Jacob Spund, George
Talianoff and Gus Trau.
Meetings in behalf of Seminary
will be held also at Temple Sinai
in Hollywood and Temple Zion in
West Miami during the week. The
Seminary educates rabbis and re-
ligious teachers, cantors and com-
munal leaders, to serve in Amer-
ican-Jewish communities. It pro-
motes Jewish scholarship at Sem-
inary schools in New York and on
the West coast; trains chaplains
for the Armed Forces; provides,
in cooperation with the United
Synagogue and the Rabbinical As-
sembly, a religious field service for
congregations and schools; and
promotes understanding of Judaism
through "The Eternal Light" radio
series, "Frontiers of Faith" on tie-
vision, its Judaica-Hebraica Library
and the Jewish Museum, treasure
house of Judaism's ceremonial ob-
jects.
Max Krauss (left) newly elected president of North Shore Jew-
ish Center, is shown discussing with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz plans for forthcoming North Shore breakfast in behalf of
Jewish Theological Seminary of America on Sunday morn-
ing, Apr. 7, at Balmoral hotel. Rabbi Armond E. Cohen, mem-
ber of Seminary board of overseers, will be guest speaker.
meanwhile named to perform as
featured soloists in the "Freedom
Cantata" to be presented at the
Assembly.
The original music drama will be
directed by Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, of Temple Beth Sholom, and
will star Cantors Israel Reich, Irv-
ing Robinson and Berele Kelemer.
Assigned to a special role as solo
vocalist is Mrs. Milton Sussman
who, along with featured dramatic
players Mrs. Gershon Miller and
Boris Pritcher. will depict the
Passover theme in the cantata.
The entire production is under
the musical direction of Cantor
Kelemer. who will be assisted by
Robert Strassburg. music director
at Temple Judea, and a chorus of
more than 100 voices.
Area Campaigns
A community-wide rescue rally in
behalf of endangered refugees will
be held in Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center.
A capacity audience is expect-
ed to hear an address by Mrs.
Dorothy K. Fink, chairmen of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Speak-
ers' Bureau. Subject of Mrs.
Fink's address will be "Resuce
and Liberation1957." She will
be introduced by Nathan Becker,
Hialeah Center president.
Sam Levine. chairman of the Hia-
leah Center religious activities di-
vision, has announced that the
evening will also include a program
of entertainment highlighting the
worldwide services of Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Miami attorney Milton A. Fried-
man has been appointed chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Miami area drive.
First organization meeting of
Miami key workers was-held Wed-
nesday at Friedman's home, 3001
SW 2nd ave.
Assignments are getting under-
way immediately, and projected
plans call for a climax rescue rally
to be held Apr. 17 at Beth David
Congregation.
Third rescue rally to be sponsor-
ed by the Combined Jewish Appeal
in the South Florida area will be
held Apr. 18 in the North Shore
area of Miami Beach.
ear Folks1 Tag Unique Invitation
[T*sr Mom and Dad Please
'- to come to the Combined
"i Monrlav evenlnq, Apr. t,
w Miami Beach auditorium."
6iSCnp,i0B' ""Printed on a
l nrl n ""'PP'n** K. will be
*"'ll> by some 7.000 child-
oade county's religious
' *hon they return from
P" School on Apr 7
The string-tag invitation was es-
pecially designed by Rabbi Leon
Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom,
as part of a huge attendance pro-
gram undertaken by the area's re-
ligious institutions.
The unique announcement tag
was the subject of national recogni-
tion by a leading advertising trade
journal, according to Assembly of-
ficials.
Independents Set Program
NEW YORK The program for
the National Founding Assembly of
the Independent Zionists of Amer-
ica, to take place here at a two-day
session May 11 and 12, was ham-,
mered out at a meeting of the or-
ganizations' administrative commit-
tee held last week in its New York
offices.
The Assembly is expected to
adopt aims and objectives for the
new organization and to elect a
national administration. M will also
select a permanent name which will
reflect the organization's new ap-
proach to Zionism.
"ItSs misleading to assume."
Judge Levinthal, provisional com-
mittee chairman said, "that with
the exception of the fact that the
independent group will not be
entailed in Israeli political af-
fairs it will, in general, be like
other Zionist groups. The new
group's approach will go deeper
into the basic problems arising
out of the creation of the State
of Israel."
"We believe," Judge Levinthal
continued, "that a new day de-
mands a new Zionist approach. The
World Zionist Organization, for his-
toric causes beyond its control, has
not been able to react effectively
to the revolutionary change in Jew-
ish life caused by the creation of
the State. These basic questions
are being thoroughly discussed by
a committee on aims and purposes
composed of foremost leaders.
thinkers and educators, headed by
Dr. Arthur Lelyveld.
"The Independent group, we
hope, is the first step in the ren-
aissance of an independent Amer-
ican Zionism which shall be affil-
iated with the World Zionist Con-
gress."
A program committee headed by
Ezra Z. Shapiro is in charge of the
plans for the National Founding
Assembly.
Games Party Scheduled
A card and games party will be
given by Branch 1059. Workmen's
Circle, at the Educational Lyceum,
25 Washington ave., Sunday eve-
ning. Mrs. Evelyn Dccky is chair-
man of the affair.


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Sen. Humphrey Address Due Here
Official launching of Israel Independence Month in Greater Miami
will be marked by a commumn wide mohiliartion meeting .it the Fort-
unebleau hotel Sunday Bight, Apr 14. sponsored hy the Creater Miami
Committee for State of Israel Bonds
Minnesota > dynamic Hubert H. Humphrey, one of the United States
Senate's most outspoken champions of civil liberties and a leader in the
light for suport of I.srael. will be the principal speaker
-------------------------------------------- Humphn > >
Mew Production
Slated by Beach
Community Singers
"The Passover Festival of Music.''
a new production directed by Ben
Yomen and sponsored by the Mi-'
ami Beach Community Sugars, will
be presented Saturday. Adp IB,
at the Miami Beach auditorium.
Featuring the return by poou
lar request of "Bar Kochba," the
inspiring Jewish-American eoera
which met with great acclaim
when world premiered locally in
February. 156, the title role will
be sung by internationally famed
Cantor Jacob Barkin.
In a program hoM
will Ben Yomen "Hose*
the tradition of F\
will be honored by theme- lrom
'he H composed and ar-
ransed '-. V. men for I
quartet, ami chorus, aod featuricui
Barkin. Stan Porter, Gloria Aliani.
Lucille F
the Miami
Bar Kod S the Star,
foajght

urged to contact the Israel Bond
> ffiee at 1544 Washington ave.
Humphrey, who led Adlai Stev-
enson's successful fight lor the.
Icmi>cralie nomination for Presi-
dent last year, was himself a major,
contender for the vice presidential
nomination. He swung over to sup
port for Tennessee's Estcs Kefauv ,
er on the decisive second ballot
Humphrey led Congressional
reaction t proposed sanctions
against Israel, and his forthright
position is credited hy Democrats
and Republicans alike with shift-
ing the weight of public opinion
strongly against sanctions of any
kind.
in-per>on appear-
ance will he to-featured with the
First snowing in the south of the
trope of the recent
'lde celebration of I
: s 65th birthday
The historic address by former
President Harry S. Truman on
the Middle East situation, and en-
tertainment by Cantor himself,
Jimmy Durante, Nat King Cole,
Gloria DeHaven. Shelley Winters,
Hal March and George Jessel are
featured on the kinescope, ac-
cording to chairman Jacob Sher. (ftj HUBIRT HUMPHKY
Jan Bart, the tenor who ha* cap |
treated Jewish and non-Jewish aud- More than 400 reservations al-
ienees from New York to Miami on ready have been received for the long campaign for
numerous tours will appear in per-.Apr. 14 meeting. Sher said, and
with Humphrey. persons desiring reserved scats are
Rabbi Miller Reelected Zionist Council
President at Top New York Sessions
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secretary.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, of Cleve-
land, and Louis Lipsky. of New
York City, were reelected as hon-
orary chairmen.
Rabbi Miller has been active in
American and Jewish affairs lot
more than a quarter of a century.
He played a leading role in disi
sums of Jewish postwar problems
with representatives of Allied Gov-
ernments in London in 1943.
Award Winners Announced
A" *" I rw,\ sUpper
s
were Mr. and I \
\ | |
Mr T.-.us^re Ckeat," and
Mrs Harvey Cutler, for
-mature
"* attended the affair
NEW YORK Rabbi Irving Mil- bor Zionist Party, a
ler. spiritual leader of the Congre-I
gation Sons of Israel. Wood mi
LI was reelected chairman of the
American Zionist Council, repre-
liog all national Zionist org.u:
ns in this country with a com-
bined membership of 750.000. at
the annual meeting of the c
ad) of the Council last week
at the Hotel Roosevelt here. He
was first named to the post in Feb-
ruary. 1954.
i representatives of all its
aent bodies in attendance.
ihe Council at its annual meeting
:ected as vice chairmen Pin-
chaa Crus.1. chairman of the ("or,
tral Committee of the Labor Boa>
Ist Organization of America: and
Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum. former
president of the Vizrachi Organ-
isation of America mow Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachii Other officers
reelected are Charles Bick. former
President of the Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi. treasurer. Paul Goldman,
general secretary of the I'mted La-
in addition, the Minnesota law
maker was instrumental in reopen-'
ing Israel to American tourists and
i- fighting for the resumption of
strong economic aid to Israel.
The meeting will start a month-
Israel Bonds
which will be highlighted by the
Apr. 28 visit here of Dublin Lord
Mayor Robert Briscoe, Sher said.
The chairman said every major
Zionist and non-Zionist group as
well as all synagogues, temples
and affiliated Jewish units arc sup
porting the Apr. 14 mobilization!
meeting.
Announcement of the goal for
the 1957 campaign is expected
shortly. Last year, a record-break-
ing $962,000 in Israel Bonds were
sold, Sher reported.
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12 Named to Chair
Van Straaten Meeting
_auel Belkin, president of Yaihiva Uni-
[ (second from left), presents Charter Day
I to Leo Robinson as dinner co-chairmen
jntor (left) and Charl Fmchtman (right)
j at Fontainebleau hc**L Di. Belkin and
U.S. Sen. Claude Proper called higher
bon "first line of nrticn's H?fmse" as
|S0 communal heders feted Robinson for
tiding service to lucid-m and American
I community last week. Joining in salutes
to Robinson were Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of
Temple Emanu-H. and Rabbi Morris Skop,
president of Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Highlight of dinner was announcement of
$1,100,00 endowment fund grant to Yeshiva's
Albert Einstein college of medicine from Ford
Foundation. Dr. Belkin said grant brought total
received from Ford Foundation in 18 months
to $2,500,000.
Twelve top civic and religious
leaders were Wednesday named
vice chairmen of the Alex Van
Straaten memorial dinner which
will be held at Walman's Crown
hotel Sunday, May 5.
Co-chairmen Leonard H. Glas-
**r and Maxwell Mangold, in an-
nouncing the appointments, sta-
ted that "the group represents
the most youthful group of Zion-
ists ever selected to participate
in a district function.
"It is indicative of the respect
and devotion we all hold for Mr.
Van Straaten's memory. It also
directs attention to the new lead-
ership developing within our
ranks."
Vice chairmen chosen are Lou
Braverman. president of 100 Club
of Dade County; Leonard Coleman,
president of the President's Coun-
cil; Saul Genet and David Good-
win, vice presidents of the Miami
Beach Zionist District; Judge Char-
les Guttler, board member of the
Hebrew Academy.
Ed Merger, chairman of the Zion-
ist Luncheon Club; Al Ossip, past
commander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans; Irving Shatzman, president
of the Miami Beach Apartment
Assn.; Dr. Arthur Shapiro, treas-
urer of the Miami Beach District;
Al Sherman, past president of the
100 Club; Al Stone, board member
of Temple Emanu-El; and Harvy
Stone, Zionist board member.
Group Discussion Slated
Young People's LCague of Beth
David Synagogue will hold a
"breakfast date" at 2554 Trapp
ave., Coconut Grove, Sunday morn-
ing, 11 a.m. The home of Miss
Gloria Dunst will be the site of the
gathering place for a group dis-
cussion.
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He 'Should a Stood in Bed'-He Stood on the Fence Ins
Rabbi Benjamin Blech (third from left> holds gold brick at Sat-
urday evening _s honoring his appointment as spirit-
ual leader ot Coral Way Jewish Center. Brick symbolizes Cen-
ter's net 3 fund campaion. Looking on are Dade County
Commissioner John McLeod. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Southeast
regional director of Yeshiva University, and County Commis-
sioner Faris Cowart.
- '" :-:-c. --eremocy observed prior to Passover. Rabbi
:. eier 5 .-: 3 shoarn praMnMog 10 Bernard Manischewitx.
Hechj arta o.' KashruuY artest-
D Manischewitz matzo bakeries Manischewitz
winery bod rrocesning pkxats of B. Manischewiti
-pc: ;.-e:c:ed in strict conformity with stringent re-
quireine cshruth. Other members oi Manischewitx
board of rar iupervisjon ere leh to right Rabbi Isaac
Hate* Seat I -Soli H. J. Riff, noted scholar and dis-
tingiuahec bead of Orthodox community of Camden N J
who recently be >er of board: and Rabbi Pinhas
Gunner. Also Li picture are D. Beryl Maniechewiti. chair-
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FIRST
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:15 PM
Ml AMI
BEACH
By BETH SIEROTY
Washington
Did Rep. Francis Walter, co-
author of the immigration act. ade-
quately defend himself against a re-
Herblock editorial cartoon?
The cartoon- caption read: Man.
YOU Must Be Out 6f Your iMnd."
The cartoon pictured an hwer
ual Rep Walter holding placards
reading "Stop the Refugee Pro-
ud "Visas Shouldn't Have
Been Given He was depicted rep-
rimanding himself holding other
placards reading "Let 'Em In" and
(Jim Vim. to More Hungarians."
The two figures dramatized the
conflict in Walter s mind as reveal-
lu> contradictory statements
made a few months apart.
When the cartoon was called to
his attention. Walter arose on the
!Ioust> floor to protest. In effect,
this as his defense:
His views have not been con-
trad ictory.
He has demanded from the
u:>,t that the refugees be thor-
oughly screened.
He has favored the screening
processes ,>f the refugees made un-
der the parolee section of the Mc-
Carran Walter Act. but not under
the Refugee Relief Act.
By way of "explanation." the
Congressman pointed out that the
refugees who entered thi< country
under the McCarran Walter Act
uere "bra\. students who
tanks with their bare
is" The refugee* "ho en'er-
under the Refugee Relief Ad
were "opportunists" and "commun-
Sei niagly, then. Ben Walter val-
I the "brave young students"
and the processes under the Mc-
ter \ct by which they
were admitted But why. then, only
24 h'-tirs earlier did he say: We
should stop the refugee program
tight this minute"" What happen-
ed to Rep. Walters previous posi-
tion that the McCarran-Walter
method of screening was the detri-
ment of desirabilr
The confusion, however, remains
only to be heightened For dunng
the past few months. Rep. Walter
has said the following:
On Nov. 21. from Vienna, i am
in favor of using all the 17.000 ad-
missions which Congress 1 under the
Refugee Relief Act 1 is already com-
mitted to use "" At this time, ap-
parently overwhelmed by Hungar-
ian heroism, he said "What better
leace of anti-communism can
you have than bullet holes m a
mam's body*
Oa Dec. 2 from Washington. "I
dont think we need be fearful from
a security standpoint The screen-
nig 1* being done very well." He
recomeieaded admission of the 17 -
000 under the parolee emergence
Provision of the McCarran-Walter
.Act.
t Dec 6. in reply to a sueces-
Uoo that only loophole- in the
Met arran-Walter Act allowed the
1 nited States to admit mote than
the ongiaal number of Hungarians
*pouitod out that the socalled
~P^ ** specifically desira-
*d to meet jest sack e^rgencTsiT
O" Dec 30. reversing his field of
Not 21 and Dec 2. he was -thor-
j*Wy convinced" that many of the
j admitted refugees were former
eoeaaraaisu who should haw been
investigated prior to B^^-tr^
O. Jan. Xg ,, furttMr tnm
**Dee statement, he said that
tke first group of Hungarian re#-
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0 Jam 33. he declared that the
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led to be one of Miami's most colorful
distinctive business utrticrures. pictured
is new building for Dade Federal Sav-
i Loan Assn. at Edison Center. Unusual
around second floor will have colored
panels. Making it an Edison Center landmark,
sign on two pylons will be 48 feet high. Con-
struction is expected to start this summer.
Building will be located on northwest corner of
NW 7th ave. and 58th st.
Federal to Erect New Building;
tdison Center Site Construction Told
bed as <: of Miami's most
and distinctive business
^ (Mail-* 0( iv^o Fe'1""'
j and Loan Assn.'s new Edi-
Wr building were disclosed
Jdav by Joseph M. Lipton.
who said construction
gin bv midsummer.
[completed at NW 7th sve
kh si., on property which
Federal purchased Its! Au-
. buil'lin will bo the larg-
|s kind in E lison Center.
floor and a mirar poT-
the second floor will be
fey Dade Federal. Remain-
the second floor will be
| tnd will bo partitioned *
or ucordiri to needs of
s, Upton said.
h 81 feel on Seventh ave. on
ham and 111 feet on 58th
[buildings" first floor exter-
eonsist of aqua glazed
JMumns and sidewalk-to-ceil-
ps panels which will permit
pst unobstructed view from
pet of the institution's first
pteriors.
Instinctive appearance of the
g. Lipton pointed out, will
pom a novel second floor ex-
eatmcnl The second floor
[ave. and 58th st. sides will
M with cream colored dia-
kriliwork ol concrete dotted
Iri-colored plastic panels.
[exterior treatment is the
its kind to be used in th?
|area. according to Kdwin t
architects, who
k colorful grill will have
V it balcony and the tec-
w windows. Besides the
rtion of its ornamtnlal ex-
ith* second floor will have
a four-foot overhang, providing a
sun and rain shield for the first
floor, Lipton explained.
With entrance on 7th ave., the
first floor interior customer area
will extend the length of the build-
ing with another entrance at the
rear for customers from Dade Fed-
i eral's parking lot. Tellers' booths
| will line one side of the broad in-
terior area with executives' desks
'on the other.
Besides the 100-car parking lot,
1 Lipton said another customer con-
venience will be an Auto-Teller's
window, facing the lot, where cus-
tomers may transact business with-
I out leaving their cars.
Adding beauty to the customer
area inside the building will be
a cream-colored floor of Traver-
tine marble, imported from
Italy, an all-over luminous ceil-
ing, and a graceful winding stair-
way, without outeido supports,
leading to the second floor. Col-
orful shrubs will fill a planter's
bed beneath- the stairs.
The building will be completely
air conditioned and will be served
by two self-operated elevators. A
lounge for Dade Federal employ-
ees and clerical work rooms will be
located on the second floor.
Helping to make the new build-
ing an Edison Center landmark will
be two tall pylons supporting the
Dade Federal sign. Distance m>">
ground to top of sign will be 48
feet.
The land tract owned by Dade
Federal measures ISO feet on NW
7th ave. and 338 feet on NW 58th
st., and extends from NW 7th ave.
to NW 7th pla. Land area not used
for the new building. Lipton said,
will be devoted to customer park-
ing area.
When Dade Federal paid $65,000
for the tract last August, it was
listed as one of the largest real es-
tate transactions in Edison Cen-
ter's history.
Announcement of Dade Federal's
construction plans was hailed en-
thusiastically by Edison Center bus-
iness leaders, who said completion
of the new building will enhance
the value of property generally in
the area and will add to the attrac-
tiveness of the shopping center.
Dade Federal's Edison Center
branch at present occupies rented
) quarters on the opposite corner of
N W7th ave. and 58th st. Other
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SAUL CARSON
Here s to the UN Where Hammarskjold Speaks Only to
......... .... !.: I. UiJJI. E*nf lq.( >ti...L I'rr.rLcd ,. mill. U Ml S
I'nited Nations
IT'S JUST about a year since Secretary General Das Ham-
marskjold went on his famous "Peace Mission" to the
Middle East. That trip was begun on April 6, 1956. and
lasted a month. While he was on the way. Egypt started
more trouble. Israel retaliated, and it seemed that war
was about to break out openly between the two countries
Mr. Hammarskjold girded his loins, brought about a cease-
tire. A few weeks later, he was Back here announcing he
had found "among all the parties ... a will to peace "
How that "will to peace" was implemented is common
knowledgefedayeen raids were intensified: Egyptian ag-
gressions increased: when the Egyptians Deeded I Pert,
the Jordanians took over: as the Jordanian- wearied, the
Syrains took up the slack: soon, the ball DM kick on
Egypt's zero-line, and the "game" na started all over
again.
It is with these fact- in mind that some people thai k
their heads in dismay when Mr. Hammarskjold started on
MIi.TO V IIUI M 1Y
his late-t Mi-ion to the Middle East, la-t week. Cracked
one wag: "Let's hope he come- back with no more wills-
to-peaceor things may be worse than ever "
The Secretary General was here, at L'N Headquarters,
when CNEE marched into Gaza and Sharm el Sheikh. On
his behalf. Maj. Gen. ELM. Burns was in command of
t NEE. Mr Hammarskjold. as I'NEF's commander in-
chief. sent Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. his ranking under.-ecre-
tar>. to -u[w-rvise Burns' activities on the spot. What hap-
pened' The Egyptian! tent in a general to act as gov-
ernor of Gat*. Mr Hammarskjold was not discouraged.
He seal another top member of his Secretariathis legal
Counsel. C. A StavropoulM What happened? The Egypt-
ian- moved troop- into El Arish. told t'NEF to move out
ol Gan town police headquarter-, virtually Duelled t'NEF
back to the Israel demarcation line. Then the Boss went
himself. Remarked another wag: "Let's hope he doesn't
-tart marching I'NEE into Tel Aviv now."
Mr Hammarskjold was not the only one who seemed
Yogis Ike and Dulles Blame Israel Mainly
Washington
DIPLOMATS WOVE a rope of assumptions, ascended it
like Hindu Yogis, and then looked down. There was
nothing supporting them. That is a view of the now-dis-
pelled illusion of guarantees and pledges under which
Israel withdrew its forces
Influential Senators are marshalling facts to prove
that President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles
gave them to understand that Israel's withdrawal was ac-
companied by positive assurances. These were pledges
that Egypt would not return to the Gaza Strip and would
not again molest Israel shipping.
There was skepticism among Senators over the se-
quence that would follow Israeli withdrawal It is now felt
on Capitol Hill that such fear was fully justified. One
Senator said all along that negotiating with Secretary
Dulles was like "wrestling with a moonbeam." Voiced in
Congressional cloakrooms is a growing belief that the
I-raelis were "led down the garden path."
Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson holds that in
return for withdrawal, Israelis are entitled to peace on
their borders and "peaceful commerce To deny these, he
said, is to grant Egypt's Nasser "a military victory which
his armies did not win Sen. Johnson said that America
took the lead in persuading Israel to withdraw. If Presi-
dent Eisenhower now acquiesces to Nasser's actions, "we
will lose the world's confidence."
Important press elements are saying openly that Is-
rael was deceived by the I'nited States on its withdrawal
assumptions. Drew Pearson reported in his nationally-
0\ THE UOOKSHEtsF-
syndicated column that "you can't escape the conclusion"
that Israel "has been given one of the biggest double-
crosses of modern diplomacy." Pearson wrote than one
day after the withdrawal, "when it was too late for Israel
to backtrack. Secretary Dulles told his press conference
that President Eisenhower's letter did not mean what the
Israelis thought it meant, that he did not endorse all of
Mrs Meir's assumptions."
Joseph Alsop. commenting on Egypt's return to the
Gaza Strip, referred to "phony American promises which
aif now being broken in record time Walter Lippmann
wrote that Nasser now thinks the I'nited States "will not
only refuse to coerce him but will in fact appease him."
Lippmann said "we put all our pressure on Britain, France,
and Israel. We put no pressure on Nasser ."
The State Department has been telling its pet report-
ers "off the record" it is really Israel, rather than Egypt,
which is responsible for Russia's entry into the Middle
East. The line is that Israel's militancy drove Nasser to-
ward Moscow. Nasser is described as actually much more
reasonable than he sounds. Allegedly, he is still only
speaking for internal consumption. If Nasser falls, ac-
cording to these "experts," Egypt would be taken over
outright by the Soviets.
Israel withdrew because it decided to put its trust in
President Eisenhower's sense of justice. The President
had asssured Israel Prime Minister Ben Gurion "Israel will
have no reason to regret" its decision. But no sooner were
Israel troops off the Gaza Strip than Israel bad great cause
for regret.
Fascinating Study of Journey Through U.S.
THREE YEARS IN AMERICA. Vol. I and II. By Benja-
min II. Translated from th* German by Charles R*i-
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"THREE YEARS IN AMERICA." which the .Tewi-h Pub-
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translation into English of the German work. Dm Jahre
In America." by Benjamin II. originally published in Han-
over in 1862. It is a fa-cinatmg record, in two volumes
of a journey through the United State- in the year- 1859-
1862 by [arael, son of Joseph, an Ea-t European Jew who
was a world traveler.
Israel fancied himself as the successor to Benjamin
of Tudela. the Spanish Jew who in the 12th century left a
valuable record of hi- flail to Jewish communities in south-
ern Europe, western Asia and northern Africa A- a
fir-t -tep to emulating this famous example. Israel a*.
sumed the name of the first Benjamin and set forth on
a five-year journey into Asia
When that voyage had been completed and the rc-ult-
of it published in French. German and English. Benjamin
sought to improve upon h* model by journeying to Amer-
ica. Although he visited and described the better known
Jewish communities in the eastern and southern parts of
he ln.ted States, he spent most of his time in the lam
known and more adventurous West. He was especially la-.
cinated by gold-miners. Indians and Mormons He de-
scribes these with gusto and with a great show of historical
research.
v SI'JU^I excer>t. for sample, is from a chapter
headed "The Women of America in General- A Further
Cause of Deterioration."
"America worships two idols: one is Mammon The
second idol ... is the female sex Alexander the'Great
went out with his host to conquer various lands and is
said at last to have reached a land where women ruled
they summoned the men or dismissed them, as they plea*
ed, and generally regarded them as davm I journeyed
through several parts of the Old World through which Ilex
ander's army went and nowhere did I find a land to which
this tale might apply. Accordingly, I thought of the whole
story as fiction, until I found it verified in America."
Another pungent comment, this time on a Jewish com-
munity in Oregon, relates that "There are almost a hun-
dred Israelites in Portland and in all of the State about
250. In spite of the fact that all the Jews living in the
State are well-to-do. there is only a cemetery to give visible
proof of their religious feeling and needs ... I cannot
-a> much in praise of their benevolence, but. for the sake
of histoncal accuracy, must report just the contrary. They
lEJEfeK^ PerhaPi ,he CoW and damP <"te has.
-fleeted their hearts and killed every warm feeling
with afn imi-r Handlin in,roduc th* E^'h edition
h. ^^esting essay on conditions in America at the
time of Benjamins visit. The translation from the German
;;; ,r 2 thar,<,LRezn,ko,f-For ^ **
; fk Ca" 7ad in En*,ish both layman and
h Urtorian a- a unique description of events in the ln.ted
States at the time of the Civil War by an observant and
-loo- e,cw,,ness. Benjamin was* simp^andVous
soul and his observations are charming and surprisingly
Amer ^ ^ ,he *** and adventure, of
America | period of spectacular growth.
BAV1D SCHWARTZ
to agree with Mrs. Meir^s complaint ,iB
sistence on belligerence. Herny Cabot I "*l
of the American delegaUon, on Jan 28 T*1^
the Armistice Agreement, and pursuant", ^l
Council decision, neither side ntav assert Jn tl* *,
much less engage in hostile actions rv* tif**i
priacipte befort the Secretary General \j*\
was the last person here with whom Mr I V
conferred before the flight. Not that the Sj
eral did not see any other delegates u,7?**
at the airport, as the plane's motors'wEUlfl
over. His last diplomatic handshake at V*M
from Egypt's permanent man here Dr Z "M
Reference to Mr. Lodge recalls one oE,3
touches both the American delegate and tut?
of the UN. Recently. Mr. Hammarbw! f
adept in the practice of secret diplomat, ,h,k.
cracked down on delegates. He ruled S3
hi* UNEF Advisory Committee-seven ?2
basaadorial rank-must not talk to the JL Z
but obedient, the Ambassadors accepted hkJ
correspondents, who are sometimes less n-3
reminded of the famous old toast to Boston ^v
of the bean and the cod. where Lodges Wj
Cabots-while Cabots speak only to God" M
respondent paraphrased:
Here's to the United Nations
Snug as a pea in a pod,
Where Ambassadors Plenipotentiary sneak -l.
Hammarskjold ^^l
While he speaks to no onehe i$ God
ELM AMU SALPETER -
Gurion is Roughed U
THE SEARCHLIGHTS are again on at the ..
at Mefalism, the barbed-wires fences are mt
manned at night in Nahal Or The four months dj
are over. The Israel Army has pulled out of the Gaj
Prime Minister Ben Gurion. in telling the ceotri
"mittee of his Mapai party about the decision to ft
from Gaza and Sharm-el-Sheikh. predicted that
months the people will see the wisdom of the de
could be. It could happen that "The Old Man" l_
farther ahead than-most of his associates and hii|
But this time, there is more doubt in Israel _
numerous previous occasions when the Prime Miaal
ed against both popular sentiment and editorial |
Today, the Israelis are bitter, with the
unjustified defeat in their mouth.
The Israeli cannot forget the fact that Presided!
hower's menacing words were sounded while hi
was lavishly welcomed in Washington. Preside* T
hower may in all sincerity hope that Israel's wkt
will open the way for overall solutions of the |
Middle East tensions. The Israeli has just to r
his radio to listen to Cairo's boasting that the I
of Israel shipping in the Strait of Tiran will be i_
and that the fedayeen will again strike from tfej
Strip "to sow terror into the heart- of the IsradaV
Secetary of State Dulles may in all earned
lieve that, the present inability of the United Ni
take effective steps against what happened in U
does not justify the flouting by Israel of United i.
decisions. The Israelis have a much more realsftj
of the United Nations, having learned from en**
that what swings decisions is not ju-tice but the I
of the Afro Asian bloc to muster enough v0,*Ji
any decision disliked by the Arabs To some outsidn
Hammarskjold may seem to be the United N*J
sonified; to the man in the street in I-rael Mr. Hm*
jold is an open admirer of the Egyptian dictator Naa*j
Henry Cabot Lodge may well believe that tw*^
don't make one right: Egypt's hostile acts against W
not justify Israel's aggression. The Israelis cn#\
wondering how much of the American ineffective"
correct the Egyptian wrong compared to the fiew"
correct the Israel wrong was influenced by the oil i-
Jewish Mayor at St. Patrick's Day Pan
T"6 STJZi Mayr f D.ub,in quite a
cemetery because the Dew JouwS ihT'^ ,"! ",Jewish
an Irishman there "' ,hlnk of look,"K for
MayoNra,rs,,d P^&tShi" K '"' J"^
Mayor Briscoe there th. if ? If he sh,,ul'1 M><-t
The l^hohcs' ti"E.^S 53 dJ ? ~-'
behind the *wJSS2?l 22? !h*" '
masked stupid,,/ Inmo'rVreeent ^-SS 'nd Un"
"**" years, the increase in
the Catholic population has led to something "I\
sidence of the agitation. h kodil
It was natural that the Jews and the lnsn j
drawn together. Jews were among the forennw^
ers of Alfred E. Smith, the only i athol.c; ever ^
for the Presidency. Mavor James J Waler.., _,
favorite of New York City Jews The only w> (
tween himself and the Jews. Mayor WalW ,
a Jewish banquet, "is that I eat trefa' at borne J^'d
outside while the Jews eat kosher at home aim ?
the outside." ,jJ
The Jewish Mayor of Dublin has *2J"oH
same Irish wft that distinguished Jimmy
we call It Jewish wit? ^
People are so much more alike than we J
Pple want about the same thing, a l*,Jf '"
little respect and peace. We call one S.nri
other Zionism In early America, it **>/*
But down at the bottom, it is the same tnnw


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LSGAL N0TIC1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
r.nxirE UNDER
mLaarm
line, desiring '' B***". "1
F utloui name of
l*vn:i:iniist 1.-.0 n.w.
I%ia*ui,Florlds InWMj to
I., ,,,,. with the CHrH of
L ,,. li KALES AIDS, INC
PR* \ Florida Corp.
-MUVKR ft MULLO
|f01 Applicant
Ml'
I '___I------
[unrKE UNDER
'rToul name law
? IS lll.ltl'-B* ,,,% KN ,
Ei. n.Ml deslrlne to ena" N
BSrthc .Mitiotts name of
Iioa:' rV-'vv.! wtk Avi-'iiu'.-.' aii-
Ei, iiuViKlM to resrhrteraald
K*,l- fUrk ..i the ClrcuH
B1, V I'nuim I '.oilda.
K&l "TlNITUBB, WC
Tv D mdre Pre
' *k *ndres. Secretary.
k\V Tin Ave Mla.i.l, Ha.
j NOTICE UNDER
ItTIOUS NAME LAW
WF.HEIIV 'HVNN th-l
;n,.,l desiring to engage In
EpTY BTILDINQ at 11..0
H ,,',' Miami. Florid* IJJ-
,..:-!,, said name with the
i,,,, i i iiit ouri 01 *
EvoeiH INVESTORS INC.
f"x- A Florida Corp.
JlKlMAN ft KAI'I.AN
j f,',r Applicant
Ifn Bul
IN THE COUNTY JUDQES' COURT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 40361.
In Re: ESTATE OP
BIDNET I ISK,
I 1. c
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pomona Hav-
ing Claims or lii inamlM Against Said
Hi-:
you, ami i 'in -h i>f yon are hereby
[notified 11 ml required to present any
claims and demand* which you, or
either ol you. mai hv attains! the
estate of BIDNET i-isk deceased late
.,f Dade County, Florida, to the Hon-
orable County Judges ol Dade County,
I anil file the MM In their Offtcei In
i the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
tv. Florida, within eliiht calendar
months from the dale Of the fit pub-
lication hereof. Bald claims or de-
mands, tn i..hi in tin !' iddr*s* "f
I'lhS claimant and toiho, sworn to and
presented as .,toi,.saiu. m same ill
be tarred. Bee Beotlon 713.16 of the
l4i Probate An.
D ited March 20, A l> l57.
THK FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of MIAMI, By: .1. B. Duncan,
Trust i hTflcer,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of
SI I i.\KY KISK. I i,
MYEItS, IIEIMAN A- KAI'I.AN
I Attorneys for Executor.
3/29, 4/.1-12-1:'.
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 199621.
NELLIE LUELLA BTERNE,
I'iaintlff,
vs.
KliWIN ADAM BTERNE,
1 Ufindant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOU, EDWIN ADAM BTERNE, 112*
n Gardner, Hollywood, California, are
li.-i eh] ii 'i ilred to serve copy of your
answer t.. a complaint for divorce on
plalntlfl s ait..mi.v. Claude M. Barnes,
M i: glagler Street, Miami. Florida,
on in in-fore the 22nd da) "f April,
A.li. I tit, and file the original In the
offli of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
otherwise di fault ill be i
SKiiitt.t you. Dated this l'.'th day of
March,
K. I! LEATHERMAN. clerk
of i ir.nll '
Bj .li ian BNEEDEN, Deputl Clerk,
3/22-2H, I ,12
INTY JUDGE'S COURT.
. FOR DADE COUNTY,
i |N PROBATE. No. 40251-B
SI .-.-MAN'.
rrfcE TO CREDITORS
Editors "t'1 All Persons Hay-
Cg r 11, n ndi Agates* MM
, ., nil fled and required
t, .,i ,im.- and demands
j may have agalnat the estate
[si'SSMAX, dece.is.-il late of
L,n I-. irlda, t" the Count)
I -,. and file the
tglr ni i In the County
i >n,i, County, Florida,
in months from the
Brfirst I bll iti.iu hereof, or
J will I" barred
felarrli rd, l*7.
Ti.mk tm i'. As Administrator
|>i, BsUte "f Mlna Sussman,
1 TEITEI.MAN, Attorneys.
te Bldg., Miami IS, Kla.
r
icQUNTY JUDGES' COURT,
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE. No. 4C085B
TATK i IK
Im BOSEN'BERa,
T,CE TO CREDITORS
ti.i All Persons Hav-
i or Demands AKainst Said
| : of inn are hereby
n i i" preaant any
pid deniands which goei. Of
ma) have against the
rKIKP \ I!' iSENHERG, de-
of Da!. County, fcTorlda,
Jonoral Jodgeai ol
^unty. iiiui file the name in
I tit) Courthouse
Kin Ida, within elht
I naaths fron the date of thr
| hereof. Said etalma
_ni In enntaln the legal ad-
ilhe claiinatit and to be sworn
a id. or name
tarred. Si. Section 733.16. of
' Ail
I I) 1957
EI1KNSKY. \ Administratrix
i da Rosenberg,
pi fc MANN'HEIMBB
I -II 11:1-11.11 lIX.
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME I *>
TK is HEUEilY aiVBN that
ii. i ii.
iltlou na
-i W -l'i Si .
L
'
[ I
Preeldent
l '
t Inc.
NOT Cr UNDER
ICTITIOLS NAME LAW
| \ fllVEN tlvt
ln to engage In
unili r
si XI.AXD SKHVII'E BT \-
si'NoCO BBRVICE
gton Avenue,
'''nil. I1., Inieri'la t.. register
I e Clerk of the Clr-
im .. Florida.
5-i: a:.vin BHEPPARD
B..TN0T CE UNDER
I'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
r i- I- HEREBY OIVKN that
T ''"'. d.-ii|,, to .-image In
r.u-r the ti.iitlo.iM name of
F '- Mi wry and 6th Avenue,
L, t' Intend to register
fc,' .' h "u- ''''k '< the Or-
P1-" Of I la,I. i .....,,, x.-
MARRY CORAKH,
Hi. t ,R y\ "< AppUcanta
FICT?t.T..CE uNOER
h I ,J,VS NAME law
ld.rl "HKItY CMVBN tht
t"*r"'1' ''i-lrlng to enlace In
Jit n'iv'm',1" "I'tltloua nii. of
inx '.'. BEACH SERVICE
Tm,,, ,. "- Blvd.,
F-W.Lt,'"'"'' '''"'Ida. Intend.
W name with the Clerk
y ,ri"it ourt of Dado County,
S'M,\i:v itft.virK, row.
t'n lMmti^S IUHT* 50*
' -;:h Mlam, Beech
I. 1/J.ji
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTTCH IS REREUY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business uniler tin* flrtltlous name of
ii:; ELECTROLTBI8 al MnntinKton
HidK.. Miami. Florida, intends in reg
latST said name WOth the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ANNE LEVINS.
3/29, 4/r.-12-19.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to engage la
business under the flrtltlous name ol
RBDLAND MOTOR PART8 al HI N
Klaglcr Avenue. Homestead, Kla., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk i.t' the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
THEODORE AR'II
3/29. 4/3-12-19._______________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the millet sii.-ti.il, desiring to enRafcr In
business under the fictitious name of
AIRKO SICILY at niO Alton Road.
Miami Beach, BTs., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
B. B. Worn
.1 ll BINUBR
a Co-Partnersnlp.
Myers, Ileiman & Kaplan
Attorneys for Appiii-ants
1160 S W. 1st Stleet.
3/29. *.'-12- !!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MEDIC AD ARTS 1'l.lNlf at Stt Wl '
l'iagler St., Miami Intends to register
said name with the diet* of the Cir-
cuit Court of Iiade County. Florida.
DR. M & FOX
-'-29 4'^ __________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'l.A8TIIJNE PIPE *i TI'l'.INi: CO.
N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Kla..
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
INDUSTRIAL HOSE A RUBBER
en.. INC.
HARRY B. SMITH
Attorney for Applicant
i Lincoln Road,
3/15-22-29 4/5___________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUN-
TY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 197747-E
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ELIJAH BOOKER,
Plaintiff
vs.
BERNICE BOOKER,
I leferiilant
n BERNICE in" IKER
I, in e I'nknow n.
V. 11 HERNICE BOOKER are hereby
notified thai a BUI of Complaint for
in. n file i agulust you,
and rou ir< n quired lo serve s copy
ol ) ttir Anawei oi PI sdlng to the
mil i,r Complaint on the plaint n a
......in. BEN ERSEN, Esq 101 I Se) -
Miami, Flot I Is an I file the
i i ifiin il Ans n n I,;' i I i : '" !l"
a of the Clerk of the drcul
. ii or before the i >th day of April,
If you fall to do so. judgment
tull will be taken against you
for the relief di manded In the inn of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Mian I,
i, this 12th da) of March, A I.
B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
cii.-uit Court, Dade County, Florida.
By JOAN BNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk
I Seal)
2-29, 4/.'. ^^_^_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CLUB CALYPSO al IM Bl
Blvd., Miami, Florida, Intends to ragl-
iid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida.
loo^ OwnerCalypso Enterprises,
Inc. (a Ha. corporation)
SHIRLEY Wl ">I.F
Attorney for Applli ant
420 Lincoln ltd., Miami IJeaeh, Fla.
3/22-29, 4/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SABLE fashions at B17E N.B. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
'!. circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LEW SABLE, Sole Prop.
BERNARD HUTM.lt
Attorney for Applicant
4IIK Olympla Bldg.
3/22-29, 4/3-II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AAA ECONOMY PAPER & SUPPLY
COMPANY (Not inc.) al ii N.B. :7th
St.. MiAml Intends fo register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Com t of Dade County, Florida.
HENRY rsiBKO.N, Sole Owner.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road.
;: 15-23-31 4/5_____________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
BUTLER WILSON SPECIALTY
BAG i'ii.. ai 7101 N.W. Mth Court, Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CANS PAPER CO., INC.
(a Fla. corporation)
By Maurice (Jans, President
Attest: Sydney Qans, Secretary
3/22-29, 4/1-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to^engage In
business under the fictitious name of
llo.M-SI'E APARTMENIT.S at 970
Hyron Ayenue, Miami Beach, Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the (Mrcult Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LIU-IAN SUSKIN.
TALIANOFF & WALLER
Attorneys for Applicant.
:: tl-lg, 4/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LORD flea at M9 Biseayne Blvd.,
Miami, Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
100% ownercalypso Enterprises,
inc. in Fla. corporation)
SHIRLEY U'oolf
Attorney for Applicant
ISO Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
I E3-M, 4/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI BEACH SOUND \- TELEVIS-
ION COMPANY at 1054 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
El.I M. I.URIE, (President)
American Antennae Company of
Florida, Inc.
NORMAN F. SoIXiMON
Attorney for Applicant
1205 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
3/22-29. 4/5-12
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Je*i*ti rtcrkJUari
golicltB your legal noticei.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rateg
Phone FR 44366
lor messenger Berrice
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctRlous name or
NORTH MIAMI BEACH TOW No
SERVICE at ItiM Hlscayne Blvd..
North Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. S.|T,N1,V BrrDNICK, 50%
R \YMoNH MINTZ, 507.
ARTHUR J SNYDBR
Attorney for North Miami Beach
Towing Service.
3/22-29, 4/5-12 .__________,
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 35790-B
RE: ESTATE OF
EVA OSHERoFF
I K-ceaseil
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given thai I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Fiii.il Dis.-barge as Executor of the
state ..f EVA OSHEROFF, d<-------edl
and that on the lth day of April, 111.7,
will applv l" the Honorable F>ank B.
Dowllng cunty Judge of Dade Coun-
ty Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as i-.i-
eCUtOr of the Estate of EVA ilSIII.R-
i'l I Hi-. eased.
This ISth day of March. 1M7.
ALEXANDER OSHEROFF.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
I) bold Bldg., Miami, I-la.
3/22-2S, 4/..-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY No. 1S7.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
STEPHEN .1. MURPHY,
Plaintiff.
v-
LOUT8E MUltl'llv,
1 i.fendant.
TO: LOUISE MURPHY
172 Barton Street W.
Hamilton
YoV-VRKHI^K^V NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has beenn'e.
agalnat you. and you are "au,r*'1 '"
serve a copy of your Answer "n ".*
Plaintiff's attorneys, RAYMA.N DI
l ill.;. Ml Alnsley Bldg.. Miami, Flor-
1 Ida. and file the original In the omee
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the I2th day of Ain't. wi,
| or the allegations o' said ComnMJnt
'for IMvorco will be taken as confeU
rKDATE."Ua. Miami. Dade Coitntv.
Florida this 12th day of Man i. | '
K. U. LEATMEltVJV. !_-'
f-M,ii Circuit court.
Bv' 1-. A CLEAUE. Deputy Ue.r.
1/15-32-29. 4/5.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY No. 199450.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ALBERT MARSHALL,
Plaintiff,
MOBJUS*bR088 and 3ASK QROSS,
In- wife if any, WILLIAM si 111 T-
ZKK and JANE SCHUTZRR. bis
wife If any, flrsl names JANE being
fictitious, true names being "a0*"
,,, ,,. i'iaintlff. and MAE J BMI I H,
and all uiiknovv heirs, dl l
tees, creditors, or others, rialmlng
by, through, under or against \io i-
Kis (ilioss and JANE OROS8. his
wife "any, WILLIAM E. SCHI T-
ZFR in I KSE BCHUT2USR, hli
wife If anv. and MAE J SMITH,
IN?HEnNAMBOFTHESTATBOF
FLORIDA: %....
TO MORRIS GROSS and JANE
OROM8. his fe, if any. WILLIAM
K BCHUTZEK and JANE S< H
ZER, his wife, i' any,
JANE being flctll
betns unknown t" the
M \L .1 SMITH
All iiiikiioun heirs, devl ees, grant-
;.,.. credit.,,-, or -
I,, through, undi r M' '/'
is OROSS and J tNE OR4MW. hla
,, if ,,,,. WILLIAM SCHUTZER
mil i ink sciiutzer, hla wife, if
in, and MAE J. SMITH-
\NH ALSO, all other and unknown
Deraona having oi claiming to have
Jnj right, title "r interest
propert) which I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
llllill FIDELITY ELECTRONICS at
1084 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
eli M. lurie, (President)
American Antennae Company
of Florida, in..
NORMAN F. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicant
13*5 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
3/31-29. 4/3-12______________
true names
plaintiff;
the
_ the subject mat-
t,r of this suit, said property lying
and being In Had.- County, porMa,
Slid more particularly described as
The W', "f thS NW'. of the NW1/4
of"the NEi i ot Beotlon H. Town-
ship M South. Range a East, con-
taining I acres more or leas, Dade
fountv Klut jiln
TO AND EACH OF YOU are here-
hv notified that a suit has been fl ed
lii the above named Court, by tne
"talntiff almve named, for pose of quieting title of Plalntlfl in
SnT to the property Involved here-
,,,,, ^yKHKY ORDERKn
AND REQUIRED to file your appear-
',ni -aid Nil on or before the
Uth day of April, 19.-.7. and In de-
fault of such ApiH-arance, a Decree
proCorifesSO will be entered against
.'! VvDOltnE'REDattheCourt-
!uUN l.,APude boung. Florida, this
;3th naykV'-leat'hE.,MAN. rierk
,,, nt ClrcuH court
1 By: L. A. CLBARE. Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff.
I/1S-2*-**. 4/5.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 40203.
In RE: Batata of
PAULINE l'i KOVEN
l teceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
E.-talc:
Tou are hereby notified and renulred
Mil any claims and demands
which von may have against the es-
tate of PAULINE n.KoVEN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Oade County, and
file ilie -.me Iii tli.ii offices In the
County Courthouse in Dade cunty,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first public.it ion
ilie will be barred.
ALEXANDER KIKI.ER. EXaCUtOT
By Philip A. Brooks
PHILIP A. BROOKS, Attorney
233 Lincoln ltd., .Miami Beach, Fla.
;: 22-29, 4 -ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS *4AME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.REHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fi<"I'> .;, ii.T7.MAN HRI >S AM.ST.V E VAN
LINES AAA MOVlNl! A: STORAOI'..
AA ALUSTATES VAN LINES and
EASTERN VAN LINES at 911 N E.
-oth street, Miami intends to register
said names with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
EASTERN VAN LINES, INC.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Eastern Van Lines, Inc.
3/15-22-29 4/5___________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 199300.____
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
LUCA BURIAN,
I'iaintlff,
vs.
MARIA BURIAN,
I f,-ti'lnnt
To MALI \ BURIAN
No 10 Mate Vidullc
Mall Losing, Yugoslavia____
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce has
I.....n filed against you. and you are
hereby required to serve copy of your
Answ.r to the Bill of Complaint upon
-------------'the Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINKLE ft
COURTiKESSLF.il. Ml SeyboW Building, Mi-
ami (31), Florida, and file the original
ill the Office of the Clerk of the Ctr-
, uit Court on or before A|u;il '."Hi.
\ ii 1857. If you fail to do so, the
allegations of the Complaint will be
tak.-n as confessed by you.
DATED this Mb day of March, 19..7,
at .Miami. Dade County, Florida,
I B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
the Circuit Court.
By .MAN BNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk.
3/15-22-29, 4/5.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Hctitlous name "f
CONFIDENTIAL DETECTIVE BU-
REAU at 212 Civic Bldg., Miami. F la .
Intends to register said nun.- uith the
. i out! I'" lit Of Dnde
County. Florida. .,._,
JOHN I'.oNITA.
BERNARD HUTNER
Attorney for Applicant.
p ^ i il\ inpi.i I tblg.
I 5-12-19-M.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name or
\I.A.MAC HOTEL DININU lioo.M at
Lino Collins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Fla Intends to register said name
with the Clert of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
(ISSN A CORP.
A Flu. Corp., -'"lo Owner.
Marvin Bngiander
Attorney for Applicant
311 Lincoln Road
i 5-12-19.
NOTICE UNDER
FICT,TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;iv tIN
the undersigned, desli
is name of
JOHNSTON'S STB VK in v>
1Mb Avenue, Miami.
name with I hi
lo
i -miii t ol i iade Count).
of the Circuit
i
MYERS .\ 8> INS, INC Bole I Iwner
a i-ioi Ida i '"rp.
MTER8, HEIM W g K M'l.A.N
Attorneys for Applicant
Biavi ii Fifty Building
1150 S.W. 1st .-iti.i t.
I E 12-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to sag
. under the fictitious name ol
ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS Ol
F'lX>RIDA at 1741 N.W. l'.'th Street,
mail-ail. Florida Intends t.....gister
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florid*
HARRY RECKSON.
4/5-12-19-26.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 199753
ISIDORE NEWMAN,
In tiff
\
ROSE NEWMAN.
I I.nilallt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROSE NEWMAN
Coney Island Ao-nue
Ni t 1 a I;. N.Y,
V,i i Rose Newman, are hereby no-
; ,i thai a Bill of Complal
i filed against >.....
i. .tup ed i" rvi
Of \ our AnSWI "i I'l.-ailing to t '
on the plalmiff's Attor-
ney, BENJAMIN I QEL, 2751 B.W.
.,i, aj and file
ling in the
the Circuit Court
, n or in fore tin- -.....nd day of May,
1167. If i.ui fail to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken again
for the relief demanded iii the Bill
itnplalnt.
DONE \NI> ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this Ited day of March. A.D.
E. B. l.EATHEKMAX, Clerk.
circuit Court Dado County, Florida.
B) Win \V Stocking, Deputy Clerk.
(Seal)
BENJAMIN FOC.EL
2751 s W. 25th St Miami 33. Fla.
Attorney for I'iaintlff.
3/29. 4/J-12-19.
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