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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE WISH UNITY and THE JCWISH WEEKLY
131 __ Number 18
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3. 1957~
" Price 20tf
lies
Saud Ban
ipped Hard
YORK (JTA)A storm of
Ijm ihi-. week deluged Secre-
U Slate John Foster Dulles for
Lthe exclusion of U.S. Jewish
tv personnrl from the Amer-
trbasc in Saudi Arabia to the
Sew York City rebuff of
md on his recent visit to
(ountry-
J Dulles made Ihe observation
I press conference in comment
(question arising from consis-
Viticism of the State Depart-
|s acceptance of anti-Jewish
minatory requirements de-
by Saudi Arabia. Those
ements were continued in a
hi of the American lease on
lharhan base.
[ Secretary of State was con-
I vigorously by major Jew-
ganizations and blasted in
ils in the New York Times,
hew York Post and other
Bean newspapers.
Lor Robert Wagner of New
I, who hid plainly spelled oof
[refusil to extend official
|rings to King Saud, called the
statement "ridiculous,"
j through hit press spokes-
|that the ban against Jewish
ktmen "has been in effect
itirv It is ridiculous to say
[the fact that New York had
Ktption for King Saud eaus-
ntinuation of the ben."
Dulles' statement was de-
by Irving M. Engel, pres-
lof the American Jewish Com-
k: Dr. Israel Goldstein, pres-
|of the American Jewish Con-
Commander William Car-
[Coniinued on Page 3 A
WJCongress Urges Arab
Leaders Bid for Peace
LONDON (JTA)Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, appealed this week
to Arab leaders to accept the repeatedly proffered Israeli hand of friendship and cooperation. He voiced
his appeal at the opening session of the four-day meeting of the world executive of the WJC here which is
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M. NAHUM GOLDMANN
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attended by delegates from Jewish groups in 220 countries.
"Despite all belligerent and hostile Arab utterances "
form, representing Jewish commu-*---------------------------
Dittos all over the world, to appeal I wisdom determine their attitude
to the leaders of the Arab world rather ,han emotions, tolerance
to make an end to the destructive rather than hatred, and to accept
character of their policies, to let I the hand stretched out to them
Dr. Goldmann said, "1 venture from this plat-
Council
Israel Charges Security
With Welching on Suez Decisions
JERUSALEM (JTA)The United Nations Security Council debate on the Egyptian declaration with
regard to the operation of the Suez Canal, which ended Friday with an agreement for a "trial period" of
the unilateral Egyptian position, represents a "retreat and a weakening" of former declarations on free-
dom of navigation in the canal, Israeli officials are asserting here. Israel had expected the Security Council
debate last Friday to reaffirm and strengthen the principle of freedom of Suez navigation.
Maintaining that the question of Israeli Suez passage is the only effective means immediately avail-
able for testing the sincerity and good intentions of the Egyptian declaration, Israeli officials said it was
evident from the talks "certain
diplomats" had with Cairo officials
that Egypt has no intention of hon-
oring Israelis right of passage. The
reference to "certain diplomats"
apparently meant UN Secretary-
General Dag Hammarskjold and
U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Raymond
Hare, both of whom carried on
lengthy negotiations with the Nas-
ser Government on the future of
Suez Canal control.
The Israeli officials stressed
that the Egyptian declaration is
Continued on Page 7A
Friendly Nations Push
For Test on Passage
UNITED NATIONS (JTAVUnited Nations delegations friendly
to Israel are of the opinion that the only way to find out whether pro-
gress has been made toward securing freedom of passage for all na-
tions through the Suez Canal would be for Israel to test the issue by
sending a ship, or at least Israel-bound cargo, through the Canal.
irry of Diplomatic Notes Misses Point,
it Hammarskjold Gets General Idea
prSAI.KM (JTA) An ex
e of letters between United
fcns Secretary General Dag
piarskjold and Premier Da-
en Gurion, including a mes-
cabled to New York Mon-
ftf in Symbol
yses Ruckus
piEAPOLIS (JTA) Officials
Minnesota Centennial Com-
Hn are re considering reten-
the cross in a proposed Cen-
I emblem, after a formal pro-
Prom the Minnesota Jewish
Pi- No final action has been
I on retaining the cross. The
pmal will be observed during
Ifral members of the Centen-
jommission "pointedly asked"
IMinncsota Jewish Council
Per Jews were "not afraid of
lise of anti-Semitism if they
expressed their position,"
perican Jewish World, local
p newspaper reports. Dr. C.
'son, chaplain of the State
r de*lared that "for the pro-
of minorities,
0 become an
day which constituted an invita-
tion to visit, was released here
by Israeli officials. The release
of the message followed two days
of confused reports at UN head-
quarter* in New York and here.
Meanwhile, no final word has
been received from Mr. Ham-
marskjold on whether he will visit
Lsrael. In New York, embarking
for a flight to Rome, from where
he was to go to Geneva, the Sec-
retary General said he was "not
certain" whether he would go to
Israel.
In his latest message, the
Premier informed Mr. Ham-
marskjold that he would be wel-
come in Israel If he wishes to
come. He did note, however,
that in any discussions Israel
would put chief stress on the
question of Egyptian belliger-
ency on which Mr. Hammarsk-
jold has so far failed to achieve
progress.
Mr. Ben Gurion further said
that there is always room for an
exchange of views and in Israel's
view the Secretary General is
welcome whenever he wishes to
visit a member nation of the UN.
Even if there were no immediate
results from such conversations.
Mr. Ben Gurion indicated, long-
term benefits may accrue from a
Continued on Page 5 A
On instructions from Jerusa-
lem, the Israel delegation did not
participate last Friday in the Se-
curity Council debate on Egypt's
declaration on operation of the
Suez Canal. The delegation mem-
bers noted a new formulation of
United States assumptions and
that the United States informed
the Israeli delegation and the
Embassy in Washington ahead of
time that Henry Cabot Lodge,
chief U.S. delegate, would voice
at the Security Council the as-
sumption "that there will in fact
be, as there should be, free and
non-discriminatory use f the
canal at all times by ships of all
nations."
He did not mention Israel spe-
cifically, however, as did Guillaume
Gcorges-Picot, of Frances, and Dr.
E. Ronald Walker, of Australia.
The French delegate denounced
the Egyptian declaration, point by
point, and twice mentioned Egypt's
illegal blockade of Israel shipping.
again and again by Israel and the
Jewish people for friendship and
cooperation."
If not, the WJC leader warned,
the Middle East area "will re-
main for years to come one of
tension and bitterness and hat-
red, and n explosive sphere dan-
gerous to the peace of the world.
There is no area in the world as
explosive today as the Middle
East and the events of the last
few months have proven how
easily a world conflagration could
start from this area."
But Dr. Goldmann told the dele-
gates, just this inherent danger has
induced him to be more hopeful
than in past years and to believe
that the status quo would not con-
tinue for very long. "The Great
Powers of the world and public
opinion everywhere have become
dramatically aware of the perilous
character of the Naer East tension
which has its main source in the un-
settled Arab-Israel relations," Dr.
Goldmann asserted. "And as I be-
lieve'that none of the Great Pow-
ers of today are interested in a
world conflict and that both the
Eastern and Western blocs want
ptace. I hope that despite all ap-
pearances that the day is not far
Continued on Page 2 A
Woman Spy
Is Released
TEL AVIV (JTA)Miss Frances
Hagen, 29year-old American wo-
man convicted and sentenced by
an Israel court of having spied for
a Syrian diplomat, was released
from prison Sunday and immedi-
ately placed aboard a New York-
bound plane.
Um Hagen, who was sentenced
to a year in prison, was released
after eight months because of good
behavior in prison.
Miss Hagen was accompanied to
the plane by American Embassy
officials who provided her with a
limited passport good only for
travel to the United States. At all
airports where the plane lands she
was met by American foreign ser-
vice personnel who insured that
she does not alter her itinerary.
Dominican Republic Offers Aid to Refugees
.. ikK c. ...,-> calilnmnnt who
this ought
issue at this
CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican
Republic (JTA) Willingness to
admit "immediately" 5.000 Jew-
ish refugees from Egypt into the
Dominican Republic, and to pro-
vide them with fertile land on
which to settle, was expressed
here this week by Generalissimo
Hector B. B. Trujillo Molina. Pres-
ident of the Republic, in the
course of an audience which he
gave to four Jewish members of
the United States Congress.
The announcement of the of-
fer by President Trujillo was
made by the four Congressmen
In a joint statement Issued fol-
lowing their visit to the Jewish
colony at Sosua, here, where
Jewish refugees from Germany
were settled in 1940 and are
now prosperous enough to send
contributions to Israel and to
Jewish relief organizations
abroad.
The four members of Congress
are Reps. Chudoff of Pennsylvan-
ia; Isidore Dollinger, New York;
Samuel M. Friedel, Maryland; and
Herbert Zelenko, New York..
Alfred Rosenzweig, manager of
the Sosua settlement who came
to the Dominican Republic as a
refugee from Nazi persecution
and became a naturalized Domin-
ican citizen, was elected member
of the Chamber of Deputies here,
the first Jew to hold this position.
He will represent the district
around the Jewish settlement and
the north coast of this country.

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WJCongress Urges Arab Leaders Bid for Middle East A
Continued from Page 1 A
when the Great Powers will take
mattersjnto their own hands and
try to stabilize the Near East.""
This could be done under the problems. Dr. Goldmann said
present circumstances only on the *hat North Africa Jew* had
basis of some agreement or under
standing between the two blocs
"and maybe by a mutual under-
standing and willingness to keep
out of this area of the cold war and
o"f conflicts between the two blocs,'"
Dr. Goldmann stated.
"None of the blocs could stabil-
ize the area by itself," he continued,
"and nothing would be more bene-
ficial to the peace of the world than
some kind of agreement which
would allow the peoples of the Near
East to devote themselves to the
development of their countries in- i
stead of being used as puppets and |
instruments of the Big Powers and
tion and devote their tremendous from the Jews who had emigrated.
resources to creative and peaceful Consideration would have to be
endeavors." ( n to the best methods to get at
, I least partial restitution, he said.
Reviewing other world Jew.ii ))n ,he record of modprn ,
lhi is a shameful blot which will
, remain forever." he declared.
Turnin to Eastern Europe. Dr.
managed t> establish relations
and understanding and even
friendship, with many of the
leaders of Morocco and Tunisia.
The promises these leaders had
given and the pledges they had
made regarding security' and
equality for the Jewish communi-
ties, he stressed, they had ful-
filled. The problems fir these
Jewish communities, he noted,
were t reorganize community
Coldmann expressed the view that
the time had come when the Jew-
ish organisations, and certainly th
World Jewish CQngNss, should noe>f
hc-itate any longer to put the prob*
i lem of Eastern European and spe-
cifically Soviet Jewry before the
world, as it mav be the major Jew-
ish problem today.
The main problem, he maintain
tunity of living
ish life.
a distinctive Jew-
life, imorove their economic po- ed. was not anti-Semitism but that
sition which had suffered togeth-
er with that of other sectors of
the population.
Concerning Egypt. Dr. Goldmann
a "state of affairs prevails, especial-
ly in the Soviet Union, which, if
continued, condemns the Jewish
community in the long run to dis-
appear as Jews" if they are not
granted conditions and the oppor-
allowmg them to blackmail these [reported that the situation had im
Big Powers with the net result of, proved with the relaxation of most
increasing tension and peril to the of the anti-Jewish measures impos-
peace oi the world." ;,-. |as, November, but it was likely BlldaeteerS WUI
It would be "much more in con- ,nat thousands of Jews would leave i
sonance with the dignity and his-
torical record of the peoples of the
Near East." he added, "both for
Egypt in the near future primarily Woiffh Nt?f?ds
because of the violent Arabization =* u-m*,*g*m*
of business and Egyptian life which I Budget committee of the Greater
Israel and the Arab states n'otto makps H nearly impossible for all [Miami Jewish Federation this week
wait until the Big Powers mav im-1foreigners or stateless Jews to con-1 sla,wl a scries of conferences for
pose some settlement over theiri",,ue t0 work and ,ive in Efiypt. ithe PurDose of reviewing 1957 ag-
hearls. but to take the initiative, j A major problem which remain-1 "J bU?et ^^ ,
work our relations by themselves ed with regard to Egypt Dr Gold-' According ,0 committee chair-
;nd together insist on being kept mann continued, was the restora- ",an Alv,n Casspl- ,ne rouP wi"
(u! of the rivalries and competi-' tion of the fortunes taken away mop, nn Milv 9" 16 and 23 to com"
mence studies of the operating
budgets of agencies which will
receive allocations under the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal,
Decisions of the committee for
individual allocations are based
upon the funds raised in the an-
nual campaign, Cassel said.
Members of the budget commit-
tee include Sidney Aronovitz. Mey-
er lia-kin. Mrs, David Bass. Daniel
Broad. A Budd Cutler. Joseph Dun-
tov. Leon Epstein. Mrs. Charles
Feinberg, Martin Fine. Sam A.
Goldstein. Dan Heller. Morris.
Honigbaum. Dr. David Kirsh. Jay!
Kislak, Irvin Korach. Mrs. Jean
Lehman. Jacob Rabinowitz. Jack
Topell. Julian Weinkle and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz.
Jay Mirmelli (center) president of Student Body of Hebrew
Academy, presents annual check for $200 to Combined Jewish
Appeal on behalf of student group. Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg
seated), executive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion accepts contribution as Stephen Magida (left), chairman
of the schools drive, looks on.
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"We, a* the Jewish people,
must demand publicly and with
all the influence at our disposal
that the wrong done three mil-
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May
3. 1957
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V
Family Service Meeting Departs from Tradition
Jewish Familv sm ...in .i____. .
s an-
the acwLdz8trr;s: :hse srt ^ s^SW =affa,r Thursday "-* m- .-
ing onTaVain' tils'Tul^ b^!^- lea,, thls year, be "a thing of the past." the JFS meet-
4UTIN CASSfl
uiu-EI Launches
jndation School
tional Family Week.
Unutual feature of the May 9
meeting will ba it* background
setting: an exhibit at the Joe and
Emily Lew* Art Gallary, entitled
"Art Serve* the Community." Tha
exhibit evolved from a collabora-
tion between Family Sarvica
A**n. of America, of which Jew-
i*h Family Sarvica it a member,
and tha Museum of Modern Art
in New York, to develop posters
for family Mrvico aflancy use.
To the original sponsors, the
Gallery and JFS, there is now add-
ed the sponsorship of the Commun-
ity Chest of Dade County, Family
Service Bureau, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Welfare
Planning Council of Dade County.
An invitation preview Thursday,
. 8 p.m., will include a discussion on
K-fSnffitW^ ^ VI- ua. Arts in Community
Sto SKcK with the Welfare." Scheduled
IftreligiOUS school. ar-w--n Irvine; I.ehrman, spiritual
;of the congregation. |
.new addition to the Temple's i
ous school educational p^o-)
had been formulated in or-
t to provide a better start for
Vgsters in their secular and re-
us studies during the first two
j of their reeular grade school
ition, Rabbi Lchrman said.
gistrition, which has already
m, will ba limited to IS
lildrm par das* for aga* 6 and
|Tht children will ba instructed
Hfbrtw and Enqlish subjects
1:30 *.m. to 3:30 p.m. dally.
approved by tha Dada
y Board of Public Inatruc-
ir* beinq employed to pro-
fit* very ultimata in private
ition, he addad.
Franklin Williams, vice president
of the University of Miami; C. Clay
Aldridge. director of the Lowe Gal-
lery; and Charles Jacobson, direc-
tor of publicity of Greater Miami
'(wish Federation and well known
Miami artist.
The Jewish Family Service busi-
ness meeting will begin at 6 p.m..'
with business scheduled to conclude
in time for the Gallery program.
Newly nominated to the board of
directors are Dr. Meyer Eggnatz,
Mrs. Raymond Feiner, Mrs. Burton
B. Goldstein. Erwin Harris, Robert
Kohn, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,
Arnold Rubin, Dr. Peritz Schein-
berg. Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens and
Mrs. Sam Winn.
Nominated for reelection are
Martin Fine. Mrs. David Kirsh, Wil-
liam L Pallot. Alexander Rubin,
Herbert E. Scher and Mrs. Bernard
Wall.
are Dr. II Alvin Cassel, Jewish Family
Sarvica president, will present a
report on tha past yaar's activi-
ties. Ha will also discuss nego-
tiations with tha Jewish Federa-
tion of Hollywood, which is cur-
rently soaking to maka JFS case-
work available thara at a pro-
posed Broward County offica.
Also up for consideration is the
Jewish Family Service program for
the aged here. "Ways will need
to be found to help the older com-
munity residents become aware of
the agency's interest, and the ser-
vices it will now need to develop,"
Cassel explained Wednesday.
"Among services needing study
now are closer working relation-
ships with convalescent and nurs-
ing homes and with hotels for older
people; the expansion of friendly
visiting; homemaker service; pri-
vate residential care; selected
bi Lehrman said that "par-
ve been quick to realize the
ntages of private education in
five years, in view of the
s which usually confront
tn in adjusting to large and
trowded public school classes.
Foundation School will pro-
li firm start in the right direc-
i for them."
Dulles Explanation of Saud
Dan Hit by Top Leaders
Continuad from Paga 1 A The American Jewish Congress,
in a statement issued by Dr. Gold-
men of the Jewish War Veterans; js|ein expressed its "shock" at Mr.
Henry J Schultz, chairman ol[the ,Dulles' explanation for the Admin-
istration's failure to end anti-Jew-
ish discrimination at the American
airbase in Saudi Arabia. It con-
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, and other Jewish leaders.
Mr. Engel said that "Secretary
Dulles has employed an irrelevant
circumstance rather than acknowl-
edge our own government's failure
to prevent the assaults on Ameri-
can citizenship."
The Committee in its statement
charged that "the U.S. Government
has acquiesced in a flagrant policy
of discrimination by the Arab states
against American citizens of Jew-
ish faith." The statement said that,
by negotiating treaties with Saudi
Arabia which explicitly "exclude
Americans from that country on the
basis of their religious beliefs," the
U.S. acquiesced in discrimination
by a foreign government. This, the
statement said, "is tantamount to
our government upholding discrim-
inatory policies."
Dade Elects
Hscher Head
pigene Fleischer was elected
sidem of South Dade Jewish
Wer at a recent general member-
1 meeting.
few vice president is Dr. Henry
thsberg, while Robert Newman
lvoted executive vice president.
Wier newly-elected officers are
Gunther, treasurer; Arthur
y. financial secretary; Mrs. Bert
corresponding secretary;
I Mrs. Milton Greene, recording
RMrjr,
demned Mr. Dulles' "explanation"
as "inconsistent with the facts that
are known to Secretary Dulles him-
self."
Dr. Goldstein pointed out that
"Americans have a right to expect
that the State Department will not
drop this matter, but will continue
publicly to request of King Saud a
cessation of anti-Christian, anti-
Jewish and anti-Negro discrimina-
tions which are in violation of the
principle of the United Nations of
which King Saud's country is a
member."
Mr. Schultz. said that the state-
ment made by Secretary Dulles
"seemingly admitted that American
principles of morality are not
strong enough to stand up to pre-
whose petty
, judices of a despot
Commander Carmen commended ^ kingdom still countenances human
the attitude displayed by the City | Asserting that most
l^rsTu^ orsu* <-*- M* a. *
characterized Secretary
Dulles as having made a deal with
the King that discriminates against
Americans on a basis of religion.
Tha Jewish War Veterans lead-
er said tha action of Mayor Wag-
ner of New York was "the only
honest act of dacancy through the
whole miserable escapade of King
Saud's visit to tha United States.
Ha added that it must disturb
avary American whan tha Un.t.d
Statas "continues to cater to a
potentate of a country that still
condones and practices slavery
and where human morality does
not exist." _____
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Friday. May 3. 1957
2 Iyar 5717
press when the Israel Bond dinner began vt *h
arrived to hear an Irishman, no ma7ter.h? V*1***- hi.
preferred the brand to be his own But,, ,l bran<<- Hi.
favorite kind and simply doing wiiho.. came tochowi
clear alternative. An IrishJe*w w., at\rnd ^ Well, there we all were, Kl^tt^^Ttf
m with FY. Kissane so sure of his S 5* <">
sat ion
^/anTTo iiefr American Foreign Policy ^p^SSS
"Are you from Dublin?" I ,Sked ik ,he ""^
nothing for a suitably lengthy period of til tni *
quent heat of uncomfortable ern^a rassmon, ^7*
tending the enigma he presumed to represent *>
A moment of thought drew me to consider m-
about Ireland. I need not be put IJZ"***
from Dublin he said, surely he must come ^frS"* *
"Are you Irish?" I asked a second time IZVa SOm"
amazing knowledge of the variety of ckies n ^T^'1
He thought for long moments-thin d es,1^*
^he question. I was *EZ^TS%f
The confession by Aromco (Arabian-Amer-
ican Oil Company) last week that it can not
hire Jews to send to Saudi Arabia establishes
dangerous precedent.
Denying that they arbitrarily discriminate
against hiring Jews, Aramco officials replied to
a legal brief filed in New York by the American
Jewish Congress that "the Arabs do not want
Jews in their country who might be suspected of
working as Zionists in behalf of Israel with
whom they remain technically at war."
A number of problems arise here. To be-
gin with, it sets the tone for U.S. policy in this
regard. Having failed during the recent Dhah-
ran lease renewal talks to get King Saud to
abandon his restrictive policies against Amer-
ican Jews, the Administration knuckled under
to these policies in silent acquiescence.
Last week, forced into the open by news-
-*.--*---_...-, .-"a**
men on the matter, Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles declared that the Administration had
failed to change Saud's mind because of the
"discriminatory treatment" the king suffered
during his visit in New York. He was, of course,
referring to the cold shoulder treatment accord-
ed the Arab dictator by Mayor Robert Wagner.
Such absurdities as expressions of American
foreign policy are nowhere matched in the
annals of this nation's history except in pre-
vious and similar expressions voiced by Mr.
Dulles in the past.
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Silence would have been a prefemrble al-
ternative to this excuse. But certainly, neither
silence nor the Dulles comment is a proper an-
swer to the Aramco statement which, in its
sweeping implications, presumes to smack offi-
cial U.S. policy.
A second consideration here is Aramco's
tacit acceptance of the Arab interpretation of
international affairs. A sufficient number of
United Nations resolutions, even if unheeded,
emphasize the illegal status of all Arab claims
to the right of belligerency. It is therefore no
less than presumptuous for Aramco tacitly to
accept what the UN denies as valid. The Arabs
may claim that they are at war with Israel,
but the 1949 Armistice Agreement says that
they are not.
More important, perhaps, than these con-
siderations is the Arab equation of all Jews
with Zionism. This insidious type of propa-
aanda imposes second class citizenship on
Americans of Jewish faith, about which Aramco
presumably does not care.
Between 1932 and December. 1941. when
Washington maintained friendly relations with
Hitler's Third Reich, this nation on several occa-
sions made it clear to Nazi Germany that Amer-
ican Jews were Americans first and foremost
that their religious principles were a matter of
private conscience, without prejudice to their
equal status as citizens.
The clarification was made necessary by
insistent German attempts to blackmail the U S
into the kind of humiliating action which the
present Administration takes today in its effort
to keep the "good graces" of the Arabs.
What it comes down to .is this: The Admin-
istration does not care to be specific about the
rights of American Jews, when it comes to Arab
oil. Why should Aramco?
We Set Our Price on Humanitarianism
A by now hushed but insistently distressinq
situation continues in our nation's immigration
policies. 3
The McCarran-Walter Immigration Act.
, ,SQnt EJsenhower'8 own Refugee Relief Act
w .1SSJ and numerous scandals attending both
have all been part of a pathetic picture, which
makes a mockery of the traditional American
open door.
The names of Sen. Pat McCarran (now
deceased). Rep. Francis Walter, Sen. Joseph R
McCarthy and Scott McCleod (recent and con-
troversial appointee as U.S. Ambassador to
Ireland) are either forgotten or else remembered
for other reasons than the roles they played in
our nation's immigration battle.
The fragment of verse at the foot of the
Statue of Liberty, commemorating America's
outstretched hand to the oppressed, in their po-
litical machinations became a fantastic com-
mentary on private-type "democracy" for the
privileged Anglo-Saxon.
But for the significance of two international
events, this nation would have forgotten its
guilty conscience over its immigration offense
to the world: the Hungarian rebellion against
Russian tyranny and the Nasser campaign to
liquidate Egyptian Jewry.
n*nrlu ^ ,he former' ,he American
people responded in quasi-humanitarian fash-
ion out of mixed motives and permitted the entry
lives aner^ ^^^ **" '^
,h I8"' Siny'rr ,reatment h< not been accorded
the Jews of Egypt. However fragmentary the
evT 2nCf ,He exUeS from Hu%ary-?how
ever freely we are willing to admn 7ux lack-
admslcal response to their needs, however hon-
estly we confess our waning interest today m
the cause of their migration to freedom
e^this slipshod effo is th. Jo, !
w ?Ty 2* Gen- WiUiQm P- Roa- la-t
week declared in a letter expressing^ Ad-
mmistrauon. view, on the matter, that it i, up
I?"9?88 1 T ,0 TO ,he8e ,ew-* in-
deed, action be forthcoming.
Thus, while lives remain at stake, politic-
.an- continue to place price tags on huLni-
tarianism. Seemingly, the propagandise value
aramTngH ^ ^ ^^^ im-*tion pro-
gram n Hungary was far more worthy of con-
lemsl'T ^ deQ,ing Wi,h ,he dUfic"l Pro-
ems tha migh complicate U.S,Arab relaUont
m a similar program for the Jew. of Egypt
equally determined answer: "I am what vou Z.T n
The enigma was clarified. We were down^ ,0 "*"
the Universal Religion, issues whichTim^ P."1 lo,l"
because they ^^n^V^i^SS.^
tuous guardians of human morality and S 2 "a.
millions of Jews in the name of a hJgh.y^rS G<2 "
4 $Ut5rfT CASl Of IXAGGUATION
A NOTHER NEWSMAN, heated with me at mv Pmh,r. \
* to ask the inevitable: "What ,s thaT-wh" ^
Fr _Kissane could contain neither himself nor his gil,
replied ,n round confident tones: "An Ammcan "8 "
i Wh!fh; Presumab|y. meant I am not an America, hi
am a Jew. and Jews are incapable of being anything bu 21
K,dye,y t0 Lrae'VTherc Was no iint in pmSj?
he had come among Jews, himself, to hear an Irishman t?1
Father left soon to take nourishment at another table
. !tlS I owInshma". Lord Mayor Briscoe. rose to tell
together different story. Perhaps the Mayor went bi
emphasized the by now well-worn similarity betwJe irS
Jews: their domination by a foreign power; the attempt to,
their faith: the scattering of their sons and daughters abr
spiritual ties to the homeland never waning: the modern
ward freedom; the achievement of their independence i
achievement for both nations still marred by incompletion.
Perhaps the last equating was the best. For, in truth, of I
i >un!lis,.th.c destiny of six is sti" inextricably entwined i
of Great Bntain: while in Israel, apart from military consi*
he bond issue itself, for which the Lord Mayor spoke, best ill
the economic struggle ahead to bring to a triumphant conclu
war of Liberation won on the battlefield back in 1948.
Departing from these matters. Mayor Briscoe pointed to I
as "an example that there is no bigotry in Ireland." Thij i
nonsense. Some checking Monday brought to light these facts: I
oriseoe. the Lord Mayor's son. is a commercial pilot today. He
reputation as an exceptionally fine military flier. His religia
eluded his receiving a commission in the Irish 'Army.
HI DftUNKS SOME HASAMT THINKIM6
gUT IF Mayor Briscoe was somewhat egregious in his evalu
his countrymen's propensity for tolerence. he was pro.
the point in his taking to task "Jews in America who believeL
helping our coreligionists in Europe and North Africa, or by
assistance to Israel, they are compromising their Americanism."
In this regard, the Lord Mayor declared that a man whofAl
true to his tradition must inevitably betray, as well, the beli'
near by others. Aid to Israel, he urged, is not inconsistent I
principles of good Americanism. To support this argument I
Briscoe again cited himself as an example. The lonstituenrrl
resents is nineiy-seven percent Roman Catholic. During them
tor office, he publicly declared his intention, if reeleded.ofL
on an eight-week tour of the United States in behalf of Jewiil
He was easily returned to the post he has held since 1927.
There are, of course, pertinent circumstances to be
nere, none of which necessarily relates to James lovce's re*
rmnegans Wake" that "Ireland sober is Ireland drunk.' I
least of these are precisely the well-worn similarities to which U
Briscoe referred at the beginning of his address and of which the I
themselves, have long been well aware.
a a a
THE 1090 MAYO* SHAMS SOflir
gUT A fundamental consideration here must inevitably lead to|
conclusion that the spurious charge of "dual loyalty" Ir-
against Jews in post-World War II history Is America-amplif*-
America nurtured via its insidious birth in the propaganda milH
so-called Arab League. American Jews are sensitive to the *
these days because politics and economics advance it< credit*
the face of traditional "foreign-interest blocs" which have-
found humor-filled favor here and because the State DepartmeMi
Jt expedient to remain silent.
Lord Mayor Briscoe, who like his fellow Irishmen are
to the needs of small nations and to their place in the *'otUri
was encumbered by none of this. Thus, he declared: "Israel ,
to stay, according to my view. It will not only grow strong]
stronger, but please Goodness, will also become bigger-'
No American Jew would ever dare commit himself in this
nor admit to entertaining such hopesfor he might immediai
cine subject to attack as an international Zionist espm*""* J
But the substance of Mayor Briscoe's address was a *-n
ir Israel"that small state not yet viable economically nor wj
with ingathering." The softness of his words, somewhat in bj
with the storminess of his own career as an ardent Irish rey0p
created an undeniably powerful effect Proud that ',neJhe |
Itown they can stand up and fight as well as anyone else,
for capital monies to engage in capital projects.
I'nencumbered by the fears that grip American JfWS',1^L
Briscoe made what was perhaps one of the '")""''inWN
in a long time. Fr. Kissane heeded his Bobbie" and P""1
hundred dollars in Israel Bonds.



3, 1957
+Jmrlsbnridh*r>
ibined Appeal Hits $1604,219
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L.irman John Serbin Wed-
B to date in the biggest
C7n Miami h.story to sup-
Pi national and overseas
to help the United Jew-
finance its mammoth
l000 emergency rescue
id that SI.191.522 was
I C]\ figure for 1956. A
me-stretch effort to secure
EL* funds from the Miami
C will be launched by
jewi-h Appeal leaders
"evening in the Seville
, the CJA Flying Squadron
Ih, direction of Abe Kur-
, campaign cabinet will di-
lall-out effort to reach a big
Assn. Installs;
[emberg Listed
resident-Elect
S. Jewett was installed
nt of the Heart Assn. of
> Miami at an annual meet-
|he organization Wednesday,
at the Miami Woman's
lewett succeeded Dr. Robert
lards and presented Dr. Ed-
fvith a plaque for outstand-
\ice during the past year.
new officers elected were
iLcmberg. president elect;
juicis C. Cooke, vice presi-
irs. E H. Seaton, secretary;
usell W. Houston, treasurer.
[ Jewett is associate clinical
of medicine, Uni-
I of Miami school of medi-
|mkI a member of the under-
ute education committee of
erican College of Chest
jciins. During the past year,
ytd as chairman of the pro-
*l education committee of
irt Assn.
ILemberg is assistant profes-
medicine and chief of the
toent of Cardiac Electrophy-
, University of Miami school
icine. and associate in medi-
Bd cardiology. Mt. Sinai Hos-
group of contributors in the $100
and over category.
Sam J. Heiman. chairman of the
emergency rescue fund, has an-
nounced that nearly $550,000 has
been realized for the special fund
In this year's campaign.
"Although present totals show
that Greater Miami may achieve
an all-time record in generosity
for 1957 we are still a long way
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"Greater Miami has a twin obliga-
tion as well as twin goals this year.
On one hand we are assessed with
he responsibility of supporting
welfare services here. On the other
hand Federation's campaign must
secure operating funds for more
than 35 national and overseas
health and welfare institutions
which would otherwise conduct sep-
arate campaigns in the area."
A final clean up in all Business
and Professions Divisions was also
announced by Carl Susskind, gen-
eral chairman of the Trades' Divi-
sions.
Couples Limited to Meet
Couples Limited, the "young
marrieds" group of Temple Israel,
will meet Saturday evening at the
Temple to nominate officers for
| the coming year. Up for discussion
will be the group's spring dinner
dance due May 25. Games will fol-
low. .
5
Dag Gets the General Idea
Continued from Page 1 A
clarifications of opinions.
Israeli officials denied press
reports to the effect that Mr.
Ben Gurion told Mr. Hammarsk-
iold that there was little sense
to any discussions on Israel-
Egyptian relations as long as
Egypt claims belligerency.
The Foreign Ministry mean-
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while announced that James P.
Richards. President Eisenhower's!
special representative to the Mid-
dle East on the Eisenhower Doc
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Multiple Appeals Will
Be Discused Thursday
Behind the leadership of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the community is preparing to take action in the Multiple Fund Appeals
problem.
Called together to tackle the long-existing local headache will be
some 100 representatives of Jewish
organizations in the Dade county
area for a meeting Thursday eve
ning in the Rosewood room of the
Fontainebleau hotel.
"The response to our suggestion
for across-t he-table discussions on
multiple appeals has been gratify-
ing." Howard Kane. Federation
pre-ident. said Wednesday. 'There'
is wide-spread confidence that this
problem, u vexing as it is. can be
solved by discussion and careful de-
liberation. A determined approach
must be made, however, since each
p.iv-ing year complicates its solu-
tion."
For many vnr, th. beard of
governors and the executive com-
Miamians Attend
S.C. Convention
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spirit-
tial leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion and South Florida United
Synagogue advisor, addressed the
Ml Cnited Synagogue conven-
tion in Charleston. B.C., Sunday
The convention was held Jointly
with the Southeast Branch of the
National Women's League.
mittee of Federation have point-
out the waste in manpower and
resulting high campaign coats of
multiple fund drives in this area
and have suggested "omnibus-
giving" to the Combined Jewish
Appeal, Kane said.
At present, more than 50 health,
welfare, religious, educational, cul-
tural and community relation-- -er
vices are served through the all
inclusive CJA campaign. Since
Federation's inception, nearly two
decades ago. the united plan of
giving has been gaining consider-
able favor in growing metrooolitan
areas throughout the I'nited States.
Attending the Multiple Appeals
meeting at the Fontainebleau will
be the following: Sidney D. Ansin.
It Williams Apte, Sam Blank. Wm.
Bornstein. Jack A. Cantor. Jack
Carner. Ieo Chaikin. Joseph Co-
hen. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz. Leo Eisen-
stein. David Fleeman. Dr. Stanley
Frehling. Ben Oilier. George Gold-
berg. Sam A. Goldstein. Mrs. Jen-
nie Grossinger. Dr Morns Good
man. Sam J. Halperin. Abel J. Har-
ris. Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kan-
ner.
Preparing to launch final clean-up in Normandy Isle aiea are
these veteran Combined Jewish Appeal campaigners. At left
is Judge Charles Gertler checking off CJA prospects as Murray
Miller, Morris Black and William Agranove await their assign-
ments.
Students of Jewish Community Center
Work Program Can Earn as They Learn
Qualified young men and women, i In some instances, residents of
attending colleges and universities i communities in the Southern See-
throughout the South, can prepare | tion can qualify for scholarships in
Jay I. Kislak. Abe Kurman. Rabbi
Irving I,ehrman. Sam (' I.evenson.
David Ltvinson, Gerald J. Lewis,
Jos. M. Lipton. Ben Markowitz.
A workshop m "Synagogue Ad-.Jos. Mechlow. Ben Mevers, Stan-
ministration" was chaired bv Ed- i |ey C. Myers. Max Orovitz. Dr Kurt
win Solomon, of Zamora Jewish Peiser. Dr. Harold Rand. Mrs. Ma-
SEEf" -*"* Sussma". South Hilda Ratner. Leo Robinson. Col.
Florida tinted Synagogue presi-, Nathan B. Rood. Joseph M. Rose,
dent and vice president of the Irving Rubin. Ravmond Rubin. Dan
North Shore Jewish Center, head-
ed a workshop in "Adult Educa-
tion." which was addressed by Dr.
Israel M. Goldman, of Cheyuk
Amund Congregation, Baltimore
lid.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and A.
L Mechlowitz. director and chair-
man of the Southeast Commission
of United Synagogue Youth, pre-
sented reports on past activities of
their group.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of Za-
mora Jewish (enter, conducted Fri-
day evening services and also lead
the Torah union at Synagogue
Frranu-EI in Charleston. In addi-
tion. Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Temple
Beth. Sholem. Hollywood; Rabbi
David Shapiro, Temple Sinai. Hol-
lywood; Rabbi
B. Ruskin, Arnold Seeder, John
Serbin.
Jacob Sher. Fred K. Shochet,
William Silverstein. Isidore B. Sim-
kowftz. Harry Sirkin. George L.
Sogg. Joseph R. Stein. Carl Suss-
kind. Harold Thurman, Robert L.
Turchin: Carl Weinkle. Leonard
Wien, and Louis E. Wolfson.
Dial Systegj for 'Long
Distance' to bo Shown
Visitors to the eighth annual
Greater Miami Industrial Exposi-
tion at Dinner Key May 9 to 16 will
have the opportunity to practice
dial long distance telephone calls.
Booths at the exposition will
show the set-up for long distance
Isaac Lerer. Monti-| dialing which ii expected to be
for social work careers in Jewish
Community Centers and YM-
YWHAs under a unioue work-study
arrangement recently established
by the Southern Section-National
Jewish Welfare Board.
The National Jewish Welfare
board is the National Assn. of
YM-YWHAs and Jewish Commuity
Centers and includes among its
many services to this movement the
recruitment of Qualified personnel
for the Center iield.
The newly established work-
study plan make* it possible for
students to attend a school of
social work in an accredited uni-
versity at Hie same time as they
ere engaged in supervising group
work at a Center er YMHA.
In addition to the workstudy
plan, scholarship grants totalling
approximately $40,000 are sponsor-
ed by individual Jewish Community
Centers and Sections of the Jewish
Community Center Division of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB) for graduate social work edu-
cation.
Individual scholarships up to $1.-
500 a year and work-study plans
which amount to approximately the
equal of a beginning Center work-
er's full salary are now available.
other parts of The country.
Individuals interested in apply-
ing for participation in these pro-
grams can receive additional in-
formation by writing to Frank Fier-
man, Administrative Field Secre-
tary. Southern Section JWB, 811
Forsyth bldg., Atlanta 3. Ga.
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3, 1957
-JenlstncrMian
Israel Charges Security
Council Deserts Stand
Page 7-A
non Noveck. formerly
,ul leader of New York's
ivenue Synagogue, has
amed director of B'nai
\i Department of Adult
Education. Rabbi No-
who also served pre-
as director of Nation-
ademy for Adult Jewish
, of United Synagogue
nerica, will administer
ith's nationwide edu-
program aimed at
oping Jewish intellectual
i among adult groups.
Continued from Pag* 1 A
unilateral and that registering it
with the United Nations doe* not
rnakt it an intarnational instru-
ment. Noting that Egypt hat not
von suggested that other nations
sign the declaration, the Israelis
said that Egypt apparently was
afraid that Israel might add its
signature in any such official rec-
ognition of the declaration.
Earlier a Foreign Ministry spokes-
Hero Due
Miami Talk
I Benjamin Givli, Army Chief
|{{ of Israels Northern Com-
, whose startling and unorth-
lir.ilitary tactics played a de-
nle in Israel's victory in the
| operation, will be guest of
at an Israel Bond meeting
i at the Balmoral hotel. It
irk the ninth anniversary of
! independence.
ban Vlock. a Guardian of Is-
H a member of the board
rnors of the Greater Miami
iittee lor State of Israel
, has acpted the chairman-
of the meeting, according to
I fear
wish erginizations in the
Shore nd Normandy Isle
of Miami Beach, Surf-
I Village, Sunny Isles, Golden
m and Golden Beech will
cipjt, Vlock said.
Givli, who is 37, command-
infantry brigade which cap-
tbe Arab towns of Rafah
Ari-.li during the Sinai cam-
After his brigade took El
h, he accepted the surrender of
vn and was appointed District
hunder of the area. The dar-
Imihtary tactics employed suc-
jfully by the tall, ram-rod erect
card [ficer have been
Dined by Army staffs and mili-
editor- throughout the free
P ved "remarkable, new in con-
and sound."
>r more than a decade. Col.
has distinguished himself in
field of military science. During
Is War of Liberation, he ser-
V head of Army Combat In-
ence, and helped pave the
for many of Israel's greatest
Wvers against seven invading
* In 195D. he was appointed
tor of Intelligence at Army
Quarter- During 1953 and
he left Israel and came to the
fl Slat.- to study internation-
*lations at the Woodrow Wil-
achool o| Princeton University.
W*t later, he was made Chief of
u w the Northern Command.
fmmer Program Revealed
rwn Branch C/MiCC
H!Tnn Dr"';r:'m f<"" the jun-
'""1 set will be con-
P dl Branch of the
lami Jewish Community
u which registration is
wing accepted. Boys and girls
*n"y in the seventh and eighth
es al sth""l are eligible.
IPtaties will be conducted
^ternoons a week, Monday.
I7nwda> a"d Friday, from 1:30
5 Pm.
Local Leaders
Named to CJFWF
National Group
Fifteen Jewish community lead
ers from Greater Miami have been
appointed as national committee
members of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds.
They are Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
child care committee; Alvin Cassel,
community buget practices commit-
tee; Dr. Samuel Gertman and Sam-
uel Gertner, health planning com-
mittee; Sam Heiman, campaign
planning committee; Charles Ja-
cobson, publicity services commit-
tee; Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the H. L. Lurie Fellowship and
the personal services committees,
and a member of the community
organization, region services,
budget and finance, nation-local re-
lations, William J. Shroder Me-
morial Award. Edwin Rosenberg
Award, and general Assembly pro-
gram committees.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg, com-
munity organization, regional serv-
ices. General Assembly program.
H. L. Lurie Fellowship, personnel
services, and national-local rela-
tions committees; Fred K. Shochet,
publicity services committee.
Also. Harold Thurman, General
Assembly program and community
organization committees; Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myen, women's communal
service and social planning commit-
tees: Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, women's |
communal service committee; Sam
Cohen, social planning committee;
Martin Peppercorn, campaign plan-
ning committee; Charles White-
brook, publicity services commit-
tee.*
CJFWF is the national associa-
tion of 228 local Jewish federations,
welfare funds and community coun-
cils, which represent approximate-
ly 800 communities throughout the
United States and Canada.
man had asserted that Israel sees
no reason to appeal to the Inter-
national Court of Justice at The
Hague on Suez (anal transit rights
and does not intend to do so. The
statement was made in indirect
comment on the assertion by Mr.
|Hammarskjold last Thursday that
the final determination of the
transit issue would probably rest
with The Kagua. court. The Foreign
Ministry here takes the view that
the Security Council, which Israel
considers the highest international
authority, has twice ordered Egypt
to permit unhampered transit of
Israeli shipping.
Asked whether the United States
had advised Israel not to send a test
ship through the Suez Canala pro-
cedure which the Israeli delega-
tion at the t'N "lid Friday would
be undertaken "in due course a*-
time" Foreign Ministry officials
revealed for the first time that the
issue was raised. They said that
about three weeks ago "United
Stales opinion was that Israel
should act with prudence."
The Israeli officials stressed that
the United States advice concerned
the question of timing and not the
principle of Israeli passage. They
stressed that Israel never intended
Dr. Judah Nadich has been
elected spiritual leader of
Park Avenue Synagogue in
New York Cty. Dr. Nadich,
whose last pulpit was at Con-
gregation Kehillath Israel,
Brook line, Mass.. served
abroad during World War II.
He is author of numerous art-
icles in English and Hebrew,
as well as of "Eisenhower
and the Jews." He assumes
Park Avenue's pulpit June 30.
Radio Show Will
fete Independence
A radio program in honor of the
j ninth year of Israel's Independence
will be broadcast Sunday from 9:30
to 11 a.m., over station WAHR.
"Since Mother's Day is' so close
at hand, the Independence Day pro-
gram will be dedicated to Israel's
mothers, who have produced a gen-
eration of sons and daughters
whose courage and valor are not
only the pride of Jews everywhere,
but have also won the admiration
of all the peoples of the earth,"
Daniel M. Broad, president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, declared Wednes-
day.
Rabbi Irving Lahrman, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
the North Shore Jewish Center
will be among speakers.
Broad will act as master of cere-
monies. Musical selections and fea-
tures appropriate to the occasion
will round out the program.

Customs Ease
Israel Travel
NEW YORK Still another in-
LIBERAL LOANS ON
Diamonds & Watches
to "jump ahead of the queue" in novation to smooth the way for
using the Canal before the general
question of Canal management was
clarified. They also emphasized
that Canal passage was "vital for
Israel and Israel will vigilantly
pursue the exercise of that right."
Religious Zionists
To Hold Rally
Councilman Bernard Frank will
be master of ceremonies at a Re-
ligious Zionist rally honoring Is-
rael's ninth "anniversary of inde-
pendence Sunday afternoon at Beth
Jacob Congregation.
Organizations sponsoring the
affair are Rabbinical Council of
Greater Miami, Mizrachi Organiz-
ation of Miami Beach. Mizrachi Or-
ganization of Miami, Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi of Greater Miami, Mizrachi
Women's Chapter of Greater Mi-
ami.
Also joining in as sponsors arc
leading Orthodox congregations
and spiritual leaders of the area.
tourists in Lsrael was announced
this week bv the Zim Israel Naviga-
tion Company.
Zim Lines, in cooperation with
Israel's railroads and local cus-
toms authorities, will inaugurate
a special boat-train service from
Tel Aviv direct to ship's side in
Haifa, commencing with the May
10 sailing of the SS Zion to Na-
ples and New York.
During the 90-minute rail trip
which passes through Israel's famed
citrus belt, customs and passport
control authorities will make their
inspection of passengers' baggage
and travel documents. When the
train arrives alongside the
Haifi port, passengers will be able
to embark immediately, and their
baggage will be transferred direct-
ly to their staterooms.
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HiOasb>kw.S "Here to Stay :^|^&H^fe" f, f ^sr^fl
America. He also wrote for Ml j, ,. p^n?Tsir nn" Mr, 'wd "7..... i'!,^""
Htern. ownei. of the I- !,", "'," ilta .%* I
nn,l two brother. In Montreal. ptl ''' l!
eral Yiddi-h newspapers.
Max L. Friedman and Max L.
and Sadie Friedman Founda-
tion of New York Cty have
made a gift of S225.000 for
establishment of Student-Fac-
ulty Lounge at Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Ye-
shiva University. Construct-
ion will begin shortly. Archi-
tectural plans call for spa-
cious glass-enclosed lounge
with two levels.
MRS LEAH J. ESKIN
One of the founders of the Den .
vir Sanatorium. Mr Komaiko m -i-. PSn
publicity director for the food al
ministration of the State of niinofc ,
'during World War I and w.i. chair- *"n "'rii m HI n
man of public relations tor the (hi d*vt> grumeo
cago L'SO during World War II '' N" i \
be was .1
He received an award from the '
Chicago ISO for 5.000 contributed '.
.hours of service with that nrgani-
zafon. during which ho acted as a .| -,^
translator for servicemen who want- |n all Bit
ed letters read or written in Y,d LOUIS L0WENSTE|N
""n .. kw nth >.. aid \i.
c..,,. "'" retire.I mill t. KurvlVtM
survivors include his wife. Paul ii. .
ine. who was vacationing with him "''' hil,,r-" ..... fire
in Miami R.,,K ,7 k v '
in Miami Beach at the time of his Clean., ter. with rsordon'*
death; a daughter. Mrs Arnold Bel '',.,',':'' '![""' '" <"" of i
chetz. of New York: a son. Charles, f
a. SliSb** "08ENBLUM
&SISwr> si""" rW: and ;
en were Apr -| ...
Ftlver.ld.-Beach M..,rl.,| ,),.,..;., al
h.La,J
in Ml
'hl*l,
HARRY STERNFIELD
I- nf ISIS \im-irl '.r die* \. -m u. |
I'niila anil Joan: three broth,
lei. Samuel and Manuel: ann I ha.-.
ter.. In.-ludlnK bin Ml Swern. Ker-
- II ... i:iver.|.l..-H.,,.h
v- ...-.| Ch.oel. ,|,h bortaj ,n M,n
NelM> Cemetery.
of Chicago: a brother. Nathan of -VRS mayme ooroon
Chicago and five grandchildren. | s, V.' K U^The Vi',.,;f.'.",
Senices and burial were in Chi- 'JSTcarS TSSK Waeft! ,, i&XXSPJfff*
go. ,h Newman-Gordon Funeral J ,^3* & ^^fefaj
three nephew. Servl.-ea Were Ape? IJ
..^.V,'r."'^"H*arh s">m"rtl Chapel
with burial In tira.eland Pali)
HERMAN BURWICK
... 0>,MM '..nina ave.. died \.,-. 19
A retired tailor, he cam,, h..... nine
NT* lie |a Hurvlved l.y hi, wife.
Anna. BrrvkaM and l.nrlal ..r. In
^TW.~,Vukl Vth. N""""n-Oordon
r meral Home In chance of lo--.il ...
1 ancementa.
! Home in charge locally
Noted Philanthropist Louis
Rabinowitz Dead at 69

-. .-MB8- M*AH FELIK
I of ?. v,,h ,,ve dle.l Aar M,
three dayii after the death of he,- hu-
l'hllli|i.
NEW YORK 1JTA1 Louis M \)h'"Z '" ''"'" :' "" K"'*>t: two
Rabinowit, industrialist and phil SUSS "ann
anthropist. who became known in "!-*ran.i. hiidren. ftarrlcM
u!i^r!S andfa^road as a bib-'M,r:.. vi;h SrJs ,;';":;:,..-;^;^
liophile. patron of the arts and con
ss*b ?1#^S-
tributor to educational projects.
;died Saturday at the age of 69.
He came to this countrv from Rus-
sia at the age of 15. His greatest
; Rifts were to Yale I'niversitv where
he endowed the Rabinowitz Fund
i for Judaica Research and estab-
lished a chair in Semitic languages
and literature.
HAKOLD 5HAHK0
Shapiro Seeks New
Councilman Term
Harold Shapiro, active leader in
religious and civic affairs since he
moved to Miami Beach from Mil-
waukee at the close of World War
II. announced here he will be
a candidate for reelection to the
'vTf
MRS. ROSE C. GREENBLATT
" lh t.. died Ai v
City Council. He was elected tot I
council four years ago with the "
MANNIE GATES
i ra rih s, .I,,,, Al,r ;,
onducted the w eat Plaal. i
.-ara .M
.n.i foi Um
Allen show li... II.
i.. i. :..,,:,
' -. I.*:,l .;:.. Mi.,.
..,.i wai
II. is anrvlvad
l hla hii. i:.
tf 1""l,,w" ?<'.,, Mr. I..,..,in
"i'i Mr R li.......
were Apr. In flordon s I -
with burial In Woodlaw,
.....DANIEL GOLDSTEIN
ll.i J I pm offlca w.-rker. 1.
"J-njbei of the Retired Poeul
\' M"" '>:-'<' h Me lenvea his n|f,.
Anna. ;. dajnrhter, tin Irene Wil-.,,,
and a -.n. Han
w ?'. ''|'n"" Funeral Chapel, with
urlal In lit. Klnal Cmtn
highest vote ever given any can-
didate in Miami Beach history, and
his fellow councilmen unanimously
el- cted him mayor.
As mayor for two years, he at-
tended numerous conventions, tele
ISIAH JACOBOWITZ
; ',', K I,"< < 'M.-i Apr. tf. a
realdenl here aeven years he wna a
meenbec ..f ,,. Workman. Ctrele s
ine nJ"". V"h"' *"
uS V." .ahter,
' Jfetaei and two brothera
"ejyJcea an.) burial were In New York
with i:,v.,si,i. ,;,,,, ,, ).^:
pel in charge ,,f arranaemeni. I
- -..,GUSTAV MEYER
.. <.f ro ocaan t.-r died Apr. a
' '"" nine yeara, he ma r(..
lothlne .,,.--. hani He I.
SnTjS ''s *"" ""- -"< -
^'.. Jaj- a>rvlcea ..n.l burial v.
mortal "' ,tiv''~"'- "1. M."
'r-.rlal i aapal in charcc of local ar.
langementa. "" *r
!'""'; "' ''-, AnBeSW. ServU-e.
R,,?*W ,\"'k "h, Newman--lordon
PWal Home In charge of arranre-
ineiils I.N-nlly.
.. ,-. R.U,N SRLINER
SO. of I..0 NK ,.it ji^j A r j, .,
wa, a ,.-.... ,,... ,, ...^ ....,,.,,.,,.r.
Mirviv.n* are hl wife. M'nnle:
J. f Ul .lef,,.tK,n-7
r 1, '
MIMred: and i mn urvJ* ^
-W&iJi^ufe
nd a daurhte, Mr. ^nj",
wit i Hellmai I memlnaJ."
of local arrangement.. W*
MRS. YETTA GElfa
rMidenl ,. r -?,'
' Kmunah rtapur i
S*2 s,,r Sh*|MVM *i
than llurger. a rtiuhlr. Jfnt 1
ence Perlea; a brother, eii rr,
ren and four -reat-ma.
haatern Btai aerrieai *en> L
with further Mrvletl and
New York
. ... '*D0RE LIU
W I Ml, si. died Ape id
cnr|.nt.-. h. ,. ., mkw Jl
JaraelUe Center. He u nimail
fi, ---- .e ... woe. M'nn!.; icraeiiie Cuter He I. nil
v.Y.r";.'"Vh l-w,~- **my. 0*- hi. wife. JennW: two aZ
A.;,d. I,''"'' '*'"'""'-. Mm. and Morrla; a d.ugl.te" ii
.111.1 eiant KrandchlMren s.r> i.... .... 11.,... i. \i.....i..i ,.s_... _....
nd light arand.hlMrcn fcVn l.-e, Viid
burial war. ,, PtaanflaM, ,,h ,;,..
I-ntie. ,i Horn* In chnr.ee of ar-
rangement. lo.a||y. "' "r .
...... ,,.e ,.,,,, .-ni.iem s... I..i
renter Mia rip, s'l-xn
Free Tickets for
New Film Series
Free tickets are available for a
ision and radio j&S^fZ win b7snown KrJK lS I
tained wide nublicitv for h r. t r0*" at ,np M,am' Pul>lic!.
of -,.-V,STAVE GREENBERO
Lena Re?vE!L7 "' -S *"'
' API !l ..i River-
alile-neach Men.,i.,| Cnap.1 .,.,.
" -New Yoik Clll
-a ,..nV,"rTOR 8TEINER
reilrL*? n,"""> v. .died Anr ? A
- ''' '"-1" -nan, be wa, a
and f ,'." '. "" "^'-"Mi Review
Z.r h,T "' '"- "'" *-.
aiiagar an.I entertainer lie had a.
d with k.i,lie rantor. i;" jjT
xi J" 'n,1r'-1'"'"' 'be hit e..n-.
J,hL. dy *n .,:-"' Bun-Ivor. Include
III. hard and Henry Herri
chip I *' l"vrrl''- I'--.. i, MgaaatW
...... -' ., llea.h Memorial chapel 1u
In Ml Sinai i'. itetery.
JOSEPH COHN
,-j;. of II.) Waahlngton ave. died Apr
;,",rvi, ';'J'-l '""<> worker h? la
urrlved i.v hi. wife, MoUle s-, .
Hom# .,1th burial Star of Ivld
JOSEPH C. LUNAK
or Eapan. la ray, ,tte( Alir ,.
A aaltei with Steven. raUrew he
came here I! >eari :ir Th;"r"; h*
"rv,,;,v -- v
Helhnan Mineral Chauel will.
"' "-"'- ".......W l-urlT'ceme.'
tinned wide publicity for the re-
sort city of which he was chief exe-
cutive.
For the past two years Shapiro
has been a city councilman. Cur-
rently, he is chairman of the South
Shore Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal and the Emergency
Rescue Fund for Israel.
Ha is a past president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District,
largest in the South, and is at
present a member of its beard of
directors. He is former chairmen
cf the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami and past comman-
der of the Miami Beach Post of
the Jewish War Veterans.
He completed his war duty as a
lieutenant in the Inited States
iNavy, and has' played an active role
in the JWV, Amvets and the Amer-
ican Legion. Shapiro has been iden-
tified with Community Chest and
Red Cross and for six years served
on the speakers' bureau of the
Creater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds
He has opened camrjaien head
quarter, at 1460 Washini>1on ave.,
and this week issued a call for-vol-
unteer workers. "Again I will make
campaign promises, and cer-
tainly none I can't deliver when
elected," Shapiro said.
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Library, beginninc with "The Foun-
lainnead." starring Gary Cooper.
Thursday, May 9.
Others scheduled for the series
re "Room for One More," Cary
Grant and Betsy Drake, May 23-
The Rator's Edge," Tyrone Row-
er and Gene Tierney, June 6; and
Draoonwyck," Vlncen* Price and
Gene Tierney, June 20.
Two showings are scheduled on
each of the days, at 1 and 8 p m
Free tickets for the first film will
be available at the Librarv. One
Biscayne blvd., beginning Monday
o p.m. *
MAX FEINER
Carnival-Baiaar Scheduled
South Dade Jewish tenter will
from acarniva'-aar on Sunday
from 12 noon to 6 p.m. on the <,..
ter property at North Kendall dr
Chairman is Mrs Jack Diamond

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_. following is another ir. a tenet of article! prepared by tpiniual
Lifts here for The Jewish Floridian Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
14.1th the Greater Miami Rabbinical Ann. Rabbi Abraham
Htso" of Ti/ereth Israel Northside Center, it coordinator of thu
^jn. program.
fhat the State of Israel
leans to Jewish People
By
BBI SHMARYAHU SWIRSKY
Be,h El Congregation
ha' become fashionabJe in
J cynical age to make light of
Iters of the spirit, and our case
[been a principal sufferer from
i soulless interpretation of his-
fecal record. The tragic events
Jie recent past hav> placed the
>ical suffering of the Jews in
[forefront of international dis-
Yet that is only the ex-
pal aspect of that timeless is-
Thc basic cause of Jewish
Bering was the homelessness of
Jews as a people, and that
*lesslessness involved an ex-
[ the spirit no less acute than
horment of the body. The Jew-
national revival had its roots
(the realm of the spirit.
rs is a great quest for free-
not only from physical op-
i but above all from spirit-
[CANDlfLIGHTING TIME
2 Iyar 6:35 pan.
ual bondage. Our national history
begins with the divine redemption
of our people from Egyptian slav-
ery. In a pilgrimage of forty years
under the scorching sun of (he
Sinai desert, far away from the
habitations of men, their memor-
ies still fresh with the lesson of
man's inhumanity to man, their
souls exalted by the impact of
manifest providential guidance,
our ancestors were vouchsafed the
communion with the divine which
has for all time determined our
place in history.
The Romans adopted a policy of
repression and attrition which
forced the bulk of the nation into
exile. But to whatever part of the
globe they wwere driven, they
maintained the memory of Zion
with a fierce tenacity. They wove
the memory of Zion into every
phase of their personal and com-
munal lives. From the cradle to
the grave religious rites, prayers
and benedictions associated the
Jew with the national destruction
and the hope of the Return.
In prayers of mystical ecstasy,
Zion is described as the "mourn-
ing widow refusing to be con-
soled" and as the "mother waiting
for the return of her scattered
children." Our greatest post-Tal-
mudic authority, Maimonides, as-
us to the sanctuary of the State of
Israel. While Europe became a
mass grave yard their imperish-
able souls were enshrined in an
Ark of Yizkor which chanted a
haunting elegy of our surging
march forward. Their memories
gave us no peace and their blood
refused to be covered up until out
of their deaths a' free life and a
redeemed life was created. Along-
side there was ever present the
Ark of the Covenant, the Ark of
Faith, which hammered our des-
tiny on the anvils of our hearts.
This Ark made us move ahead,
confident that beyond the dark-
ness there is God and it made us
accept suffering knowing that it
is His discipline and it inspired us
to build the new State and the
new tomorrow because of His
promise.
This State of Israel will offer us
the dignity of becoming co-crea-
tors with God of a new world as
well as the inspiration of belong-
ing to the most gallant band of
men who for many centuries have
lighted the world's darkness with
the torch of their faith. Men who
can die as heroically as the brave
defenders of the Warsaw ghetto
and who "can build as magnifi-
cently as their brethrea jn Eretz
Yisroel, belong to a deathless
race. We are indeed privileged to
belong to that race. Let us hope
that something of their fury and
passion and power and faith shall
ever be with us and in their sha-
dow we shall taste immortality.
KABBI S. T. swmxr
. mystical tcslacv
sorts that the validity of the Jew-
ish calendar derives from the
presence of a Jewish community
in Israel which continues to be
the center of. religious authority.
We are told in ancient lore that
the irresistible movement of our
ancestors through the wilderness
to the Promised Land was beacon-
ed by two Arks, one wherein lay
the dead body of Joseph, and the
other which contained the Living
Covenant. This is the quintes-
sence of our history and the saga
of our march from the European
crucibles of afflication to the es-
tablishment of the Medinah a
journey that was led by two
Arks, the Ark of death and the
Ark of a deathless spirit. Six mil-
lion dead led us to the State of
Israel while myriads of martyrs
signed the declaration with their
last breath. The pathos and devas-
tating illogic of their deaths led
hbbath <3<
erviccs in
\^tmatcr <^/Vli

tami
JDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle SeranoB:
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evir.
i i> m. Raturday S:3 a.m.
^ < Iplnlons t'|Mti Man
I -Ii ho(: ll.u i > Bel"
rN$HE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
rvslive. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
Cintor William W. Llpson.
Bermon: "Nine
-f M

MTH EL. JM SW 17th ave. Or-
m Rtbbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr-
- iturday v:w a.m.
"'"> W In n Muted Volcea Become
ami

^7H EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
Conservative. Rabbi David W.
I i m S.-rmnn: "The Ijiwk
''" ...in. Bermon:
stkni of Priests."

JETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
i' in Ratnrday s:3o a.m.
"""i. -W..k Portion.'

(ETH JACOB. 301-311 W.shino-
. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Canlor Maurice Mamches.
i,f' fcIS l' '" .Saturday v:|u ., ,,,
IsraelTha Key to yv.mI.i

JH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
Orthodox. R.bbi Arie Becker.
Son- 't,'""., Sa""- "IP .M.anlna i.f Suffering."

TH TFILAH. W5 Euclid ave.
*- Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
KjKAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
T* fcnjamin Blech.
".st Miami
'.....I. ."'-'". Coral

In ll\ Iduallam
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 196th it. Con-
servative.
Pride] vr. p.m. Ones) preacher:
Ri v j u ob Qoldfarb, Montlcello Pal k
pgatlon. Sermon: "Th. Imnort-
,.i.....i Talmud Torah 'luasl cantei
Mann) Mandel, of Montlcello Park
ConaTC'KalltMi.
a
FLAGLER- GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Helm.
i idaj 8:43 p m Raturda> l a.m.
ii "iiur Common Ties with the
People ni Israel."

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
iale. Reform. Rabbi Marios Ran-
son.
a a a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Sross.
a
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative.
a a
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Sth St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertx officiates.
a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030.Polk st., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
i'Y'i.i> B 'i' i t- sermon: "Aids and
Ohntarlea lo Happiness Baa Mltsvah:
Bberyl, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs.
Aiiiy Unman. Salurdaj 'j a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mar-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samuel
Salkow.
Pi iday >'. p m. Saturda i a w. Bar
Mltsvah: Donald, -mi of Mr. and Mrs.
i:.....ii.1 Margi i.
a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
i ,,l ...... in. Haturdas 1:88 aSn.
Bar.....": "Weakly Portion."

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
men April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
pyiday ii 11 p in. Baturdas s "''' '"
Si ii...ii. "Kiv 1MB < hll youth."
9
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
see
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu. .* ,
I'li.iav 1:11 p-ni. Sermon: 'Israel
.,,i, nc i i u Baa Mltsvah:
Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and Mi- Mo-
ney RudBlih. Kldduah .lillnren: Mai -
tin HudnIrk and Judy Mints. Sutui-
day 'J a.m. Barmon: "Weekly Portion."
see
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday B:1S p.m. Sermon: "Little
f'hililren's World." Saturday N:4". a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Richard, sun or Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar .! Mann .
*
SOUTM DADF JtVTICH CEri
TER. Reform: f-'^i rMrberl M.
B-J
Friday 7:>0p.m. at 111 Merrick, I'nl-
varslti of Miami sermon: "Why
should We Be Qood?"

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Friday s:in p in. Quest speaker: lly-
ni.ni Sootin, former president of Miami
BOA. Topic: "Israel ..Today." Ones
Shiildiat hosts: Mr. and Mis. Nate
Lurle.
a a a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
I il.iv 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "The State
of the union. report on Kenenl .iv-
senility of TnioN ni American Hebron
Congreffatlona. Saturday 10:45 a.m.
i: Mltsvah: David Ludarhj, bob M
Mr. and Mis. Anton Loeb; Robert. Mm
i.f Mr. and Mrs. Albert lioth.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman.. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday 5 and kil p.m. Sermon
"Tradition \-s. Superstition." Sat
I .1 in. Sermon: "Weekl3 PBMIon." liar
Mltsvah: Alan, goo of Mis. Morris
M.Mi.lf.
a a a
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Frld.tv s:i p.m. Gueot preacher:
Rabbi Morris W. Qraff, Bermon:
"Timeless wisdom."
a a ,
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberel. Rabbi Morris Skop.
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
!"-iii:iv vi.'i p.m. Quesl speaker: Or.
Mas Karl, NCCJ din otor. Topic: The
Rellgloua Imperatives tot Brother-
It.....i Baturda] I IC ;i m. Bar Mltsvah:
Barrv. i......i Mr. and Mrs. i
Massln.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
l-iilay 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "What
Constitutes Oreatnesa?' Onei Bhslbbat
n hun.n nf Hutiin Levin Baturdaj 9
a in. Sermon: '"The Spoken w.- i.
KidduHh host: Kdwatd Stanley.

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
see
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora avo. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "What If
i 'onservatlve?"Southeastern regional
convention report. Other reports by
Kdwln Solomon, Mrs. j-.seph Oatrle
and Mrs. Murray Shulman Satin ilay
l:M a in Bar Mltsvah: Richard, son
Of l>r. and Mrs. BldlM] Zwlok.
Blank Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late
ELIZABETH BLANK
formerly of
315 S. Shore Drive. Miami Beach,
U'lll ia/ Sunday, May 5th at 2 p.m.
at Mount >tebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Irvine Lehrman
officiatini;
Mrs. Blanl( is survived by her
hiuband. Dai id. tti o sons. Shel-
don and Arthur, and a daughter.
Mrs. Arlene Aliman.
Friends and relative! iic
asked to he p"
TEMPLE ZION.
st. Conservative.
Waxman.
a e
5720 SW 17th
P.abbi Alfred
i-, iday '. '." i mi 10 p I" Bermon:
"Why we Have Nol Accepted Jeaus
as the \i.-si iii "fii.-i i.f series of
four aarmona on basic principles of
ii. SSturday a.m. Bermon:
"Weeklj Portion."
e e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Saluk Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late
MERMAN SALUK
U'lll tal(e place
Sunday, May 5th. at 1 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with R.ihhi Ya..ki.\ Rosenberg
dlK uiii .;
Mr. Saluk lurvived by hit wife
Bertha; two sons. George and
Abraham; and ttro daughters.
Rose Alterman and Shirley Laz-
arus.
Pricndl and relatives arc
. ked tO attend.
MJGVJST BROS Hy2
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Children Learn That Prophets Also Had Their ProkL
IF THE PROPHETS WERE ALIVE TODAY: Ruth and for the child It offers the challenge of a real, old fashion- THE PROPHETS WERE ALIVE TODAY: Ruth and
Jerry Find Som Answers. By Richard E. Singer.
191 pp. New York: Bookman Associates. $2.75.
A CHANGE of pace, this week. This is a child's book.
as the title indicates, and should intrigue the 12 and
13-year-olds. With a bit of an assist from a parent, the
bright, sensitive ten-year-old would also find it considerably
more stimulating than any of the safely thoughtless kid's
programs on television. So would the kid's parents.
In fact, one of the best features about this book is that
it offers the possibility of as much fun for the parent as
SAUL CARSQX
for the child. It offers the challenge of a real, old-fashion- sion to be made or a
ed family talkperhaps on a Friday evening or a quiet case^, the moral root* nTf!"*'0" ,0 dra*,
Saturday afternoon, if that is not too lyric a picture for A *---
these pell-mell times.
The book is written in the form of a series of inci-
dents in the lives of Ruth and Jerry Stern. 12-year-old
twins. Like most junior high school students, they play
Monopoly, shriek for their football team, and occasionally
tangle with their friends. School is the center of their
existence, and it is out of school activities that many of
their "problems" grow.
In each situation, the children are faced with a deci-
Jewry Makes Breach in the Iron Curtain
J United Nations
EWRY'S LATTER-DAY Lost Tnbes-the Jews who have
been virtually incarcerated in the Soviet Union and
in some of the Soviet satellitesare being restored to life
again. Not all of thembut many of them, numbering
without a doubt many thousands. Confirmation of this
happy development has just been made here, in part by
the Soviet delegation. Other parts of the story are trickl-
ing out of Poland.
The USSR delegation has provided to UN correspon-
dents a copy of the agreement on repatriation made be-
tween the Moscow Government and the Warsaw Govern-
ment, in Moscow, on Mar. 25. It is an extremely intercvt-
ing document, and quite revealing.
Under the agreement, the right of repatriation to Po-
land is granted by the Soviet Union to "persons of Polish
nationality, who were Polish citizens on Sept. 17 1939 "
as well as to the children of such persons even if the
children were born after that date in 1939. as long as they
have no close relatives in the Soviet Union but do have rel-
at.ves in Poland. Significant is this clause in the agree-
"All the clauses of the present agreement, concerning
persons of PoMsh nationality, extend also to person^ ot
5 na,lonali,>- *> Pol.sh citizens on Sept 17
that W^ni^3' 'hiS meanS in Prac,ic* We a" ^member
World War f ^ Cr",er f JeW'sh CU',Ure *'<
World War I for many years. Wilna was under Russian
sovereignty. Between the end of World War I and he
beginning of World War II, Wilna was part of Poland:
after World War II, it became "Russia" once again. Let
us take. then, a Jew who lived in Wilna as of Sept. 17,
1939. and was perhaps 25 years old then.
How many Jews are today in Wilna and in other cities
which passed from Polish into Russian hands after World
War DT No oneexcept perhaps the Russians, who are
not tellingknows. But most of thoseJews can now go
to Poland. From Poland, they can get exit visas for other
countries, perhaps to Israel where most of Polish Jewry is
now going.
It took more than four months to negotiate that "re-
patriation" agreement between the Soviet Union and Po-
land; that fact. too. is confirmed by the document just re-
eased here by the USSR delegation. Jt is an open secret
that one reason these negotiations took that long to be-
cause Poland insisted on that clause specifically including
persons of Jewish nationality."
m i"16 ^UsSf'a". dcleation h. having made the docu-
ment available, declined to discuss the matter any further
R^hh, % ?n Rusfla". SOUITe' was hinted Rabb, Solomon Schl.effer. Grand Rabbi of Moscow who
died recently at the age of 68 while conducting services
n his synagogue, had had a hand in influencing the Rus-
*> Government ,n the direction of including that pro-
Jewish clause. It ,s certain that Wladyslaw Wicha. Z
land's Minister of the Interior, who hacked out the agree-
ment in Moscow, had insisted on insertion of the pro-Jew-
ish clause.
EUAHi' SAEPETER
A Military Trouble-Shooter
^HEN I WAS asked to tell the American Jews about
u. t,en, ,(.ha,,m La^,v. who is on a month-long speak-
h?man t 'ht Lm,ed Sta,es' ,ned hard to collect le
of Tnil r,HSt >,0T: ab0U, him' or wrha^ story
of a nice little scandal, personal or otherwise
I must admit total defeat on this score. Except for the
u.ual small stones told about many highrankingof r'r
my search did not uncover an> diking tales. As a m.V
II LaCV ^ "nl>" rema" bers about Cha.m Laskov is that he ,s an extremely eiZ
cient and competent officer. "reiy em
HERBERT G. UJFT
He Gets Starring Role
JOEL GREY, son of bandleader-entertainer MicTev'S
Heat wJ^" r'8ned fu 'P r'e ,n C",umb.a's "t'alyp,o
?'", Grey: wh0 wil1 fl> ,u HoUywood follow,,J
completion of a night club engagement in Baltim, r Z"
a cast headed by Johnny Desmond. The youn/\,n' r
dancer comedian, who only once before appeared ,n X
lure film, "About Face." produced by Warners f,ve vear
ago. won critical prai.se w.th his performance in the lead
ing role of the stage musical. "Joy Ride at the H.m,!
recenH.ar,f7Vhea,re' H"VWO<* '*"* a >-^ ^
the Sr fZl WaS aCC'aimed for his Prtraya' of Jack n
He nl 'i,!PeCtaCUlar' 'Jack and 'he BeansUlk '
He has also recorded a series of whimsical Jewish songs
A Si !*Tman W!,S Signed for ,he P strring role in
A Time to Live and a Time to Die," adapted from the
best-sel,ng novel by Erich Maria Remarque wInch has
Sir" I? Rdotbheer,'l,^Uie, S ,He WeSter" F" S World
War I. Robert Arthur will produce the picture for Ini
versal.lnternat.onal with exteriors to be shot 7Southern
frrNy D0Ug'as Sirk' himself "on-Jewish Zinv"
from Nazi oppres.s.on. is set to direct the anti-mil tariltir
yarn, one of the strongest accusations of Hitler German*
There'lTJ,nMW-. 2T ,0 SUdden fame in 'Somebody Up
There Likes Me. will portray the central character
,
Eddie Cantor was voted a special honorary award by
the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences. Presentation to the pioneer radio-tele-
vision-and screen comedian was made during the 29th
Academy Awards Show, Wednesday, Mar. 27. at the RKO
Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. -
Visits the U.S.
ing force. effective and imaginative strik-
er l*ZSS V919- ,wo yMrs '
r-tre.t from Rulsu f key battle of lhe Napoleonic
and one SugMer^i^Pr !a,her m,her' four "
'-kv Sr. iWto3y*ilS"at," W *n Haifa.
N-^J. His entire ,equTren,La0^s\Vr.rS^ri0n
and L them;l9yi7ranbar^.^wish-Arab neighborhood,
killed. In the sTme'ear a, ,hha'm ^^ ***' **
the semilegal Hannah ~' *8e ,en-Chaim Joined
Haganah th'roughou,"^ highZTZ "* nwakn ,he
commanded a {&^^9^ "* '* "" ,,mC
!*ms_SMOLAn~.
and Profound; "i"nvolv"ing,Som,Si1Ua,i?n ""bS
part of th. young nJT\ZT** 'Shi
problemj whkh confront c
be pointed out. to the crec
the path b m,rked, the fina, ^
The twins'father acts a, rti ^
confidante of the children. LtZT" ***<-
sticky about it; this is sort nf** M 5i
Beat." only with teeth. Each cham"? "**3
questions at the back of the b^St 1^ ^ !
the chapter's "problem." and wh 'Ch h
explore altenutive solutions v, '*'?'"
namby-pamby things which h'.rt ,h"
many of them would be dlfic^"
be aswered patly. an aduh.
Should all people who av f l .
such. Do you think it i n! he,p "* L
aining the"name "0f dono'sTVh l?b"*
of their gifts? Do you thmk Jl S'f Md!
they find out unpleasant ,hi J*pl(,*Pl
ances? If so. why* rj vo?t,ab0Ut frifB*"
try to solve the personable* oHhS 5
do you think of the Army custom of If. *"-
the way back from a funera!* **Z
People are always punished for the bad t&'
* one of which would star, rew^f1
.^f *pter i: also accompanied bv
erences to the Bible, mostly 0 the Z$*
the reference concerns itself wth Tit
problem, a few thousand years ago V2
used to be at Temple Israel in ^
now chtcago at Ukeside UongregatS. lBh,
revised edition i. excellent, and a ZXt
MiLTON FRIEDMAX --
Two Sides of a Coinl
?HS PRESENT national commander of th J
Veterans and a former commander have i
different sides of a bill that would, in effect i
industrialists who financed Hitler.
The ex-commander of JWV (Ed. Note' Brig, i
Ius Klein) is registered by the U.S. Department o
a paid lobbying agent for the German?. In!
it is the moral and legal responsibility of the Unitu,
to return these properties to their rightful owned
mastermind behind this campaign for the "sanctity j
vate property" is Dr. Herman J Abs, one o( Hitleri]
financial aides in the aryanization of Jewish |
Senators are studying an address by the c
commander. William Carmen He pointed out I
Germans now "scream so self righteously about thel
of private property." That nation "but for the |
God and the mighty power of America, would I
all to the gas chamber "
Carmen noted that the Germans would be |
excess of the actual assets wised. This would t
a windfall for ex-Nazis paid out of the pockets di
ican taxpayers.
"The passage of such a bill.' aid Carmen. 1
an affront upon the honr of the American cilia-
the mother of any son who died in Europe if sheii*
to have this German property returned-and "
no less, out of her own pocket A-k a man wa
tunate to come to this country after six years ill
centration camp ."
Similar testimony was offered to the Senate I
U.S. Department of Justice Assistant Atty. Gea. |
S. Townsend said the pending bill would "t*st
dous windfalls on a small number of loading i
dustrial firms which helped build the Nazi i
sustained its war machine." He recalled that
States donated postwar economic aistance of <
billion dollars to Germany. The United States
gave untold billions of legitimate war claian
Germany.
Townsend said "the real question is whether *
man taxpayer or the American taxpayer will new'
den of meeting Germany's reparation obiigatw*-.
L!* *<>/ Pereu A***
SSZ Sng'Vinrr^ -*'
*rks of the great JewKh writer ITp '" W*"**"* the
edition, the original Ydd.ThT areH L PereU in a bi-lingual
n English translation The Z*7, PPOsi,e D *'h
f-.P.-. who also provided 'Z^Jtf*"
%'^XZSZ-Z
. in Eng-
sP'nt reflected in his
The volume published by the Yiddish **
stitute is addressed to the general reader, and:
specialist in literary and cultural history. It"
marily PereU' folk tales which remain cl*M
contains some of Peretz' philosophical writii
ject of Jews and Jewish culture.
there
. Peret* believed that cultural eroatJaftfJ"*;
Many American Jews have heard much ah... n on,v Psibility for human development. He levV.VP k"/ Square in N* Vork nam!d ^" k^^ Jew" to et out of their spiritual ghetto, but to-
otehy,shw:rkhs'h.nv0e 2^, tX^A ^12
have their ch^^i^SS^o Eng,,,h. ^ J~
bi lingual edition of his sel7rta hmunow- bV reading the
to understand ^Sfj.S&J^kS ***
treasures
interchange, give and take, but not beg.'' 1
His own worka best illustrates this advice-
Jewish readers, who will now have fhao"^.
in Engliih. will agree with his worldly view ti-
is impotence.''


May 3-. W57
*I^JTf-fflnr^flin
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11-A
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Plaintiff,
i:\l.\li\i,., ALBIZURI 8TJBRRA
i > ferula nt.
1 Mini Hldroelccl i
'.',| H...... An, i,,,.,..,
,';'.'',V;1"' ''' Bou,h An*
, fA,RE REQUIRED to ,
roui Answer to the Bill of
;i".,;i;K";;; on the Plaintiffs attorney.,
V1 '" '"' "' ""....,I HH.sw.-r in the
"Ifeol the Clerk of the Cii, ...,
'"'"' '""> rheiisi day dr May, I'.-:
bytou '""" H> """-----'
I'Vri-.'l. l Mi.,,,,,. ,,;i,,,. ,-,
Florida, this th day t April, II
,. .,''- "' LEATHERMAjJ, Clerk of
!? ~ '," Circuit Court.
Attorney! for Plaintiff
MM Alnaley i:uig.
.Miami. Plorlda.
t i-it-ii 14,
LEGAL NOTIC1
bony Quinn does hi beat to shield Debra Paget from men-
hq Ray Milland in one of many suspenseful scenes from
River's Edge," CinemaScope and color drama opening
lay at Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Academy Award
oer Milland, who stars with Quinn. another Academy
_ winner, for first time, is a professional killer, con-man
"fugitive trying to escape with almost a million dollars of
en money. He uses Quinn and Paget to make his escape
breathtaking mountain wilds of Mexico.
is Club Reelects Channing Head;
Installation at Joint Affair May 26
i\ Club of Temple Emanu-El
[it- annual election of officers
nembers of the board of direc-
fTufday evening at the home
|r. and Mrs Charles Yavcrs.
|lcs P. Canning was reelected
] ml term as president
he Men- club, along with the
Wilts, officers and hoard mem-
secretary; Sidney Levy, financial
secretary-; Arthur Applebaum. Mor-
ris Duhler, Hylan Kout. Tom Mell-
man and Joe Rubin, executive com-
mittee.
* Jf.S'*CU,T COURT OF THE
!t.!VE-~TH Judicial circuit in
ftflP F0R DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 200860.
d. i.,N,?.T,Ce BY PUBLICATION
SOPHIE A I.A MS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PRANK ADAMS,
Defendant.
TO: PRANK ADAM8
Defendant
0 Nad, I
.....I Powell Si i ,, i
>iwi, New fork;
PRANK ADAMS
I" fendanl
e/o Mr Redfleld, Probation Officer
n--.ii County < "oiin Haass
Min.oli, \,.u \-(
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngagi in
business under th.- flrtltlouii name of
DXDE INVESTMENT ASSOCIATES
at 175] W. Plagler Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
ih.- clerk ..f tin- Circuit Court ..i Dads
County, Floi nla
DAVID siuiiow
BEN BERKEY
MORON M BEIQEL
BEIOEL a TB1TELMAN
Attorneys for A|.|iii.ants
'.m in-, a) n Building
5/1-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDER PICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.K PELL APARTMENTS at 1414 and
1425 liith Btreet, ami 1604 r...\ Road.
Miami Beach, PI.....la, intend to ray-
later -l.I name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ALBERT s PELLETZ
ROSE O. PELLETZ
MARK RILVERSTEIN
Attoi n.-v for Applicants .,
120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Ha.
B 1-10-17-14.
.,,....., ,,, Hrvi b copy > wnir Answer
to the BUI of Complaint on Plaintiffs
attorneys, and file the original in the
office of th.- Clerk of the cir.-uit Court
"" or before the 14th day of May,
1157, otherwise, a Decree Pro Con-
resao win be ent. red againsi you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this -ith
day of April, 19:>7.
E. B. I.kathkk.man, Clerk,
'-<<> Circuit Court
By wm. \v. STOCKING, Deputj Clerk
PALLOT, 81LVER a. MIl.l.oY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
701 'ongress BIdg.
Miami. Florida.
4/26, 5/3-10-17.
Elected to the hoard of directors
were Ben Adler. Maurrv Ashman,
Arthur Applebaum. Sol Bennet,
Aaron Boojcspan, I.ou Braverman,
who will serve for the ensuing j Col. Dudly Brodie. Marwin Cassel,
I James Cohen. Harvey Deutsch. Mor- jj^,, ^TOfl^nS
. ., ,, r-.. TO Duhler. Milton Feller, Dr. HALL'S MARKET at number 7145
'eph Abelow, Henry
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiui.-i xigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE IIIAI.KAH CONVALESCENT
HOME at its w. 27tii Btreet, Hlaieaa,
Florida, Intend to register aaid name
wilh th. Clerk of the Circuit Com t of
Dade Countv, Florida.
I'llll.II' HKFTSCH
JEAN KAPLAN
BAUL HERTZIQ
DANIEL BEPLER
Atty. for Hlaleab Convalescent Home
Cltlsenj Pedl. Savings BIdg.
iiiii. ah, I' loi Ida
5/1-10-17-24.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en*ap. In
business under ') fictitious name >.f
ATLANTIC REFRIGERATION ai
N.W. 6Jnd .Street, Miami. Flori"a.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
MAX ROSENBLATT
WILLLIAM HOLME8
KKSSI.Klt & GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1998 B.W. 1st Street
5/1-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKKKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name_or
CORONET PRESS ut 8626 N.W. ith
btreet, Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
i>t. Mid name with the Clerk Ol
cir.-uit Court of Dade County, FL
DAVID BHUBOW.
BE1GEL *- TEITELMAN
A i toi nej for Aimlieant
904 Btacayna Bl.lg.
5/1-10-17-24.________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Cove,
bid Frierlland,- Sam K a t z.
|d Satnelson, Charles Yavers;
presidents; Irving Schatzrrjan,
burer; Robert Marcus, recording
Leonard Finn. Murray Oilman. Har-
old HirschfieM. Morris Kleinvex.
Hylan Kout. David Klingcr. Murry
Koret/ky, Frank Lane, Ed Lass-
man. Maxwell Manfold, Dr. Donald
Michnoff, Philip Mandel, Tom Mell-
man, Gershon Miller.
Edward Newman. Albert Ossip.
Joseph Postal. Joseph Rubin. Mi
kchael Salmon. Jack Silverman, Ja-
\tub Spund. Harry Sonz. Alfred
)ade Stfcnc. Richard Stone, Milton Sir-
kinx William Sussmah. Sidney Tel-
11 will begin at 7 p.m., Mon- ier/\1-ou Vernell. Peter WolL
Raphael K. Yunes.
Past presidents of the Men's Club
are Irving Cypen, Allen Goldberg.
Dr. Herman R. Mechlowitz and Jul-
ius J. Perlmutter. Installation will
ide Red Cross
ites Annual Meet
nty Red Cross annual meeting .!?. wji
I. May 13, in Bayffdnt auditor-
V Miami, John B. Turner, meet
[chairman, has announced.
[he swiftly-moving program,
nned to close at 9 p.m., Turner
i. will include election of new
nbers to the chapter board of
vtors and a 20 minute address
Kep. Dante Fascell.
|Pr$on$ who have become
nbers of Red Cross through
(contribution of $1 or more dor-
l the past year are qualified to
Hi for chapter directors.
B.W. ^th Street in the City of Miami,
Plorlda Intends to register I b<
name with the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court of Dade Count>, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Plorlda tola {2nd
day of April. U57.
RICHARD C. HALL, Owner.
max i; SILVER
Attoi ney for Applicant.
'-IT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the .iii.l. i Kii.il, desiring to enKaii.- in
si under the fictitious name of
DECOR-ART INTERIORS at 130 N.W.
1st Btreet, Mi......, Plorlda, Intends to
register naW name with th-- Clerk of
the Circuit Conn of Dade County,
Florida.
DECOR BALES AIDS, INC.
a i- loi Ida i 'orp.
PALLOT, SILVER A Mll.l.. iv
Attoi n..'. foe Applicant
BIdg.
10-17-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th<- undersigned, dashing (o engage In
bualnesa under in.- fictitious name of
AVENUE AUCTION OUTLET at 928
N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Pkirida. in-
t. n i to reflate) said name with the
Clerk of .the Ciruuit Court of l>ade
County, Florida.
QEORGE MIAII.M.Y
UYLES EATON
i/fg, 5/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
mder the fictitious name of
EMERSON APARTMENTS at 7SM
Abbot! Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the ci. rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I 'olllllv 1' lOI ill.I.
SAMUEL BELTN
EVELYN i;.:i.in-
YVII.I.IAM I. BRENNER
Attorney foi Sagtiuel Bella
and Evelyn I'-iin
<20 Lincoln lid., Miami Beai h. Ha.
5/8-10-17-84.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INI AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 198910 B.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SAM K ANN Kit.
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUSK K \NNKlt.
i lefendant.
TO: ROSE KANNER
.,77 Baal II Street
Brooklyn IS, New York /
You are herebj notified that a t >m-
tiiaint For Divorce baa been nled
i ..ml v.hi are hen
quired to serve I youi An
Complain! for Dlvorc...... P
kttornej and file the original
I Vnawei In the office of the Cle
-Ml-l'l l '"......... .,-,1.
the Ilrcult Court on oi before tne
da] of May, 1951: otherwise, the all
tio'ns of said Complaint ror Dli
will be taken an confi ssed against you.
H\Ti:i> thin '-''" da) of April, l.i.
E B. LEATHERM \n. Clerk of
(-. ill nn ni' ''
Ily 15. II. KICK. .lit.. Deputy
TALIANOFF WALLER
Attorneyi for Plalntlfl
120 Lincoln Road
, Mi. mi Beach. Florida
t is, 5/S-10-17. ,___________,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoricK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the annual meeting of Red CrOSfl
take place at the Temple's Joint the undersigned, eeJH*f ,* *
. .. m w j tyt-h business under tlie flrtftloua nai......I
Sisterhood, Mens Club and PTA AV^g pharmaCEUTICALB at 1612
installation dinner dance May 26 at cone, ess BIdg., Miami, MorWa. ln-
.u_ s^n..vi.... v,.i tends to register said name with the
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Botany Teacher to Speak
Dr. Taylor R. Alexander, profes-
sor of botany at the University of ^
Miami, will be guest speaker at a
meeting Friday. 7:30 p.m., of the
* year will include dinner. Tick-[junior Tropical Audubon Society
II be available at the entrance in Miami Public Library.
Clerk of the Circuit Court >.t Hade
' ^ANTONIO FLORES CARDINAL
MARX M PABER
Attornej for Applicant
ess llldg.
I 26, 5/1-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
.the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnjesa under the fictitious name of
sl'KK DEE TEE VKK. FIX TUBE
COMPANY, SPEEDY T.V.. ARBEE
ELECTRONICS al 142 N.K. ISTth St.,
North Miami Beach, Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
GOLDEN c.i.Al-Ks T V. AND
APPLIANCE SERVICE, INC.
KOVNER a MANNHEIMER
Attorneya for Golden niadea T.v. and
Appliance Bi r> Ice, Inc.
t 11-24), r./3-H>.
the Bayfront auditorium, hut
mer ure ervations in advance.
P'ombers of the committee la>
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDEF.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
"!, turner 111 planning the an- ti. un W meetins include Judge J. Frii* business u '
H*. Walter Headley. Joseph W'l?tea*m~Y%*ti.
r-K and George Bcebe.
|Red Cross volunteers in uniforms
stve as hostesses. The musi-
Program will include voeal ss>
lions by Mrs. Henry Balaban.
eth Jacob Cong.
Meets Slate
LDavid Whitman has been reelect
President of Beth Jacob Congre-
pnon.
I-.....da Intend to rul"t< r said 1.....-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Plorlda.
MICHAEL .:u\>-". .
,-I.ki.i v .-l.ee. GRAKSO.
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorne) for Applicants
4:0 Lin. oln R.
4/1S-2S, i :i-10.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ITICE is HEREBY 'il\ EN "'"
th.- undersigned, desiring ti
nes under the fictitious namer
-'aAA DRIVEWAY ..1 PO.H I*
0ther officer. rsaUct.d at -
K- U ""flregatlonal
P"*iti9 include Aarin lernar.
v.ee president; Louis Ma-
keiI'L!II!ftnd vie# pwldw,;
lbs?a ,'b*rmn. treasurer; Hy-
PJ G.lbut, fianei.| ^c,.,.^.
?ry. Sonx' r*cor<1'9 seere-
Ijbhi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
L^P*d 'he newly elected offi-
KhrstnM 1 lon func>on is being
Guided for the near future.
ami I Florida Intends Hi 1 {(-
mid name with the > lrkOf '
'" CoUrt "f Vr'x'ns"vtiunak"
in:i\i:.\u AY, INC.
4/lS-2>!, 5/J-10.
A Florida Corp.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ci\ EN that
the undersigned. esdring to ens
business ,."/.'" ."!
n..M>Kli PI ILNITFUI-: MloW "'V
N.W. ITth v
it 1
, intends to register a
ulth the l.rk. of the I mm
of D .",!!' .11.-1 -S INC
Ui ixrEII I I RNISHhliS, IN< .
,;v m p M. ,11. lie-. President.
Attest I T M. n.l..- s..
jinn N.W. 17th Ave., MUml, na.
4/1I-1S, 5/1-10.
Cngra 01 n g C in pa nj
commercial
social
hotel
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 201037
6UIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIE BELL PAKK1SH,
Plaintiff,
ARTHUR 1 MOM PARRIBH,
11. r. a.1..ut
TO ARTHUR JAMES PARRISH
Resld. nee Unknown.
You ARTHUR JAMES PARRISH are
... notified that ;< Bill ol I am-
,,,., nt f,,r Divorce has been filed
agaittsl you, and you are .....uired to
,, ,-,, 1....... ..1 v "in Answer 01 1 leaa-
in. ,,, the Bill of Complaint f"the
ptantlffa Attorney, BEN B88EN
1014 s. rbol 1 BIdg Miami, f
and file the original Anawej 01 1
Ing in ti.....fflce of th.- lerfc the
Clrcull Court on or before the Ird daj
0f June, 1157. n you rail to do s...
judgment b) default will
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT.
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOrSdA. IN PROBATE. NO. 40414.
In RK: BaUtS of
JACOB BHR1BER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1T0 All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
'Utg claims or Demands Against baia
I You'are hereby notified sad reaulred
I to preaenl any 1 lalms and demanda
which you ma) have aaalnst the
'estate of JACOB BHRIBER, deceased
late of l>ade County. Florida, to tlie
County Judges of Dade County ami
file th- same In their offices In tne
Countv Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, ithin elghl calendar m
from the date of the fir-t publication
hereof, or the same will 1.0 barred.
ROSE MARCUS. Bxecutrl*
B) PhlUp A. Brooka, Atty.
PHILIP A. BROOKS, Any.
i:;.! Line, in Road, Miami Beach, Fia.
4.12-19-2S, ">/:t. ___.
colling cordt
monoflrat
invitatiltns
wedding onnounteminis
Dial FRanklin 3-4634
116 n.a. sixth strsst
miami 32, florida
iii.iumi in i-y ..:...-. ----- --
againsi you for the relief demanded m
the Kill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Ida, thla 26th .1 19 ul Apt". A-I*
1957* E B I.KATHKHMAN. Cl.ik of
. ,, the Circuit Court.
By; m. C. GREEN, Deputy cle. k.
:, 1-10-17-14. ______________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVKN
the undersigned, desiring to
business under the fjetltloua name of
QEE OEB OF MIAMI at 1711 N E.
Miami ...int. Miami. Florida, Intends
said name with the i
of the Circuit Court of Dade CjflMnt),
Kl'"i,la- m.FUKI. i< OOTTLlatB.
TAI IANOFP A WALLER, K i
Applicant.
:____________________,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\-, n ICE 18 HEREBY Ul\ BN th it
the undersigned, ,1.-ii m: to .
business under tli. fictitious name or
SOUTH DIXIE BOWL-O-MAT or
,.. m, .DIXIE BOWL-O-MAT at 11200 South
taken Dixie-Highway, Dade County. I;.'r"V'-
Int..inI to reglstei said name with the
Cl.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
0,U",y''',"inl;;!MVN KUMARS
NATHAN I.KFF
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorne) for Api>ii.ants
1780 Coral Way.
^ 1J-19-28, 5/1. ^____________
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Miami took on a decidedly youthful mien as
our collegians trooped home for their spring va-
cations Down from Gainesville for a few days
was Dolor** "Deedy" Chornoff, daughter of Mr.
and Mr. Erneet Chernoff, of 1601 SW 23rd ave.
Deedy is the newly-elected vice president of the
Women's Student Association at the University
ia where she is a junior in the School of Education .
lies ting at the Chernoff home was Edward Eisenson of Pan-
Fitv Fla. Edward, a senior at UF, will enter the UM
1 School in September And to these old ears, that sounds
omance'
L.T and Mrs. Berele Kelemer, of Miami Hebrew School and
station, welcomed son Israel home for Passover Israel,
fcv with the gulden voice and the charming manners, came in
(yefhiva University for two sedorim he's back at his
ifnard Arnold Applebeum brought his room-mate. Harry
,rg down for a Miami vacation at the home of his parents,
J Mrs. M- Applebeum, of 2763 NW 3rd st------Harry is from
Rranch. where his father was mayor for many years Both
krs will graduate next June from Pennsylvania State College
jtometry, with OD degrees.
iirol Kratish will welcome 35 guests from Miami. Miami Beach
lialeah t<> ; birthday luncheon at her home on May 4 .
[who is the talented daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Julius Kratish,
II Prairie ave.. doesn't really turn 17 until May 6, but un-
ately. that's a school day this year .
It Miami Beach High School, where she is a senior. Carol is a
erof Beta, vice president of both Allied Youth and her home
[... She's former treasurer of the youth group at Temple
Hi-El. All during the winter, Carol, who is an accomplished
(ionist ant! singer, was kept busy playing at Bar Mit/vos and
ngs... She's been entertaining professionally for two years.
liters Mrs. Harry I. Magid, 1435 West ave.. and Rose (Mrs.
[silvtrstcin, 2031 Meridian ave., have just received the happy
i that a third sister has her first grandchild The new
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kelman, former Beachites,
I Providence. R.I. Their daughter, Helen* (Mrs. Gilbert)
*r, has a new man in her life Young Paul Chester made
bpearaiue on Apr. 26 in Providence, where his daddy is in
jewelry- business.
hi Sigma Sigma alums will entertain the 49 actives and
esfrom the I'M chapter May 4 at the home of Mrs. Alexander
n, 3722 Royal Palm ave. Marilyn (Mrs. Erwin P.) Hoffman
wting "Potpourri in Review," a selection of favorite songs
like original variety shows Recreating their roles will be
[Rnuld Aqer, Mrs. R. Zn* Alpert, Bab*lt* Cirlin, Mrs. Paul
n, Mrs. Marilyn Rudensky, Mrs. Robert Wish man, and Mrs.
n.. The circus theme from the 1950 show will be carried
k- carousel decorations, clowns, hot dogs and pop corn.
Lpost-nuptial luncheon at the Algiers Apr. 20 turned out to be
nrprise after another .. The party, given by Mrs. Jack J. Falk
fcer daughter. Barbara, honored Marjori* Fri*dland (Mrs. Irv-
hn, daughter of the Sem Friedlands of Food Fair, and Judy
[(Mrs. Elliot) Fainborg, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Dash of Miami
First surprise came when Mrs. Falk announced that another
l was being honored Daughter Barbara took everyone un-
I with her marriage Apr. 15 to Ronald Fine Surprise No. 2
*n. Jack Fln*'s announcement of the engagement of Ronald's
I Carol, to Richard Masington The wedding is planned
at near future .
toiong the guests hearing this romantic news were recent
'Mrs. Martin V. Smith and Mr*. Joel Salman Also pres-
re Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr*. Frances Bauer, Mrs. Leonard
flnd, Mrs. Harold Friedland, Mrs. Erwin Harris, Mrs. H*l*n
nd Mrs. Albert Jacobs.
. Maurice A be I son and Mr*. Bennett Goldman gave a pre-
1 luncheon in the Algiers recently to honor the engagement
n k M** L,D*,l,*r t0 ** > Abeleon Barbara, daugh-
f the Max Lepselters of Miami Beach, will graduate from the
ps June w ith a Bachelor of Education degree Just tapped
jwy for Nu Kappa Tau. highest women's honorary, she's also
Pjiber of Alpha Lambda Delta and past president of DPhiE
I Her MRS degree will be conferred June 2.
Is
pul Kenholi, of 1030 16th st., leaves for New York May 2,
~* "e will join Mrs. Kenholi, who is visiting a daughter and
" aw. Roslyn and Max Benat While there, they will cele-
heir 38th wedding anniversary ... No grass grows under
inisjr feet, though May 7 will see the Kenholi's boarding
[vnstooar for a cruise to Panama, where they will visit an-
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Silverstone
l"om there, they will tour South America They expect to
P a* from Miami for about two months.
IAm *>
I ng n,e music lovers pouring into Puerto Rico for the
r fes"val this weekend will be Miami Beach's Lueile Toloff
thTv' *h plans t0 attend *our concerts, is now associated
WieV S'nai HosP'ul ocial service department ... Sad note
L/ikS"Val 80ers that the master cellist himself will not be
I k mis year He's recuperating from a heart attack suf-
uur'ng a rehearsal a couple weeks ago.
bail >
rTa *rtist *" Yeungorman was one of the judges
c, nde.s Art Festival beld recently in Hollywood ... Mr*,
ip o f ,307 Van "" was hostess for the Brandeis
liied and other *ary members judged high school work
ou'r. .I" from the Broward and Ft. Lauderdale areas
e driving up Winter Park way. you might drop into Rollins
icif ,hi a l00k at **"' exhibit there Shell be up there
in is weekend, for a Florida Artists Group meeting Just
jou miss this busy gal there, you can catch up with her at
not r. w y next we*k- wben "he'u < *uest cri,ic WhP.n
Ion ih usn,n8 round the State of Florida, Reyna is home work-
"* several portrait* she is doing.
^uKw^bJEIIiDiriidliioip
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3, 1957
Section B
The Bell Rings for Your Health
Discussing Mental Health Week programs are (left to right)
Miss Aleath Roberts, Family Service counselor; Mrs. Randolph
Shevach, overall chairman of the Mental Health Fair; and
Seymour Slegel, Jewish Family Service counselor. Theme of
Wednesday's Fair was "Everyone Has ProblemsWhat's
Yours?"
Miami Beach Cardiac Hospital Chapter
Plans Installation Brunch Here Friday
An installation brunch of the
Miami Beach chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital
will be held at the Algiers hotel,
Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m.
Newly elected officers to be in-
stalled are Mrs. Sydney Kupfer-
berg. president, together with vice
presidents Mrs. Aaron Tubin, Mrs.
Herman Halpern. Mrs. Leon Guss
and Mrs. Pearl Hyams.
Also to be installed will be Mrs.
David Israel, recording secretary;
Mrs. Milton Dreyfus, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Dolly Reiner, so-
cial secretary; Mrs Nathan Glass,
financial secretary: Mrs. Harry Le-
vin, assistant financial secretary:
Mrs. Pauline Seitelman, treasurer;
and Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs, auditor.
To honor outgoing officers,
Mrs. Jessie Marcus, founder pres-
Region Schedules
Its First Dance
Florida region of Junior Hadas-
sah will hold its first dance func-
tion Sunday evening at the Na-
tional hotel.
Funds raised will be for the
Junior Hadassah project of Meier
Shfeyah, children's village in Israel.
Music will be furnished by the
Beachcombers. Co-chairmen are
Mis* Phyllis Doshay and Mis*
Sandy Frogel.
Tuesdav evening. May 7. at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. the region will cele-
brate the ninth anniversary of Is-
rael's independence. Movies will
be shown of Israel, followed by a
discussion. Chairman of this event
is Miss Diane Cohen. In charge of
information is Miss Sandy Frogel,
1921 SW 62nd ave.
ident, will present each retiring
officer with a gift. Mr*. Gertrude
Lachs is chairman, and installing
officer is Mrs. Byrdie Erlanger,
both past presidents of the chap-
ter.
"Romance With he r.uitar" snd
songs will be by Miss Marion Wil-
kins. Reservations may be made
with Mrs. Henry Greenland Mrs.
I. Bernstein. Mrs. Henry Waitzkin
is in charge of the hostesses.
Members of the board of direc-
tors on the new slate are the Mes-
dames Camille Baum. Sam Belsky.
Irving Bernstein, Ester Brauman,
Mortimer Cohen, Wolfie Cohen,
Abe Eisenberg. Berdye Erlanger,
Jack Effross. Sol Goldstrom. H. L.
Greene. Jack Groman, Max Hoff-
man, Esther Hoss, Paul Jay. Leon
Kaye, Clementine Kemp, Jennie
Kramer, Gertrude Lachs, Ann Le-
vantine, Louis Levy, Bernard Low-
enthal. Charles Marienthal, Jessie
O. Marcus, Louis Mickclson, Joseph
Miller, Murray Marks, .Charles
Raab. Edith Reuben, Manny Rich,
Daniel Sepler, Jack Silverstein,
Bernard Sklarew, Milton Smith,
Esther Ueberall, Henry Waitzkin,
Julius Weiner and Leonard Wolfe.
Retiring president is Mrs. Martin
Sosna:
Emma Lazarus Story Slated
Mrs. Isidore Newman, president
of the Forty-Niners of Temple
Emanu-El. said this week that the
next meeting of the group will be
held Sunday evening in Sirkin Hall
at the Temple. The program will
include a dramatic presentation by
Mrs. Gershon Miller on "The Moth-
er of Exiles," the story of Emma
Lazarus.
Friday climaxes Mental Health
Week here in Florida, proclaimed
by Gov. LeRoy Collins. On Friday,
men and women throughout the
area, conscious of the grave chall-
enge mental illness affords the
nation, will be ringing yours and
hundreds of thousands of doorbells
like it to secure your membership
in the Mental Health Society of
Greater Miami.
Again this year, a Miami Beach
woman, wife of a prominent physi-
cian and mother of two children,
this week headed up one of the
important functions of Greater Mi-
ami's Mental Health Week obser-
vance. She is Mrs. Randolph She-
vach, who acted as chairman of
Wednesday's "Mental Health Fair"
held at the White Temple Methodist
Church.
In programs' scheduled for 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Miamians attend-
ing the affair heard such promi-
nent personalities as Dr. Lester
Stepner in "Pre-Marital Counsel-
ling;" Dr. Louis Gould as moder-
ator of 'Psychomatic Medicine;"
Dr. Louis Rogel in a panel dis-
cussion on "Is an Alcoholic Hope-
less?" Dr. Mordecai Haber and
Dr. Peritz Scheinberg on "Men-
tally and Emotionally Disturbed
Children."
Some 75 persons crowded into a
session on "Communication in Mar-
riage" led by Seymour Siegel, of
the Jewish Family Service staff.
Marshall Abee, health coordinator
of the Department of Health, led
a session on "Sex Education." And
Dr. J. Murray Lee, professor of
education at the University of Mi-
ami, was among leading discussants
in a program on "Developmental
Characteristics of Pre-Adolescents."
Others taking prominent parts in
various sessions on aspects of Men-
tal Health were Dr. Seymour Blu-
mental, Mrs. Laura Ross and Sey-
mour Samet.
The Fair preceded by one day an
open house at the newest mental
hospital in the United States, South
Florida State Hospital in Holly-
wood. On May 2, the hospital was
to open its doors, wards, labora-
tories and therapy clinics to com-
munity visitors from 2 to 4 p.m.
Various hospital services were to
Continued on Page 3-B
Abe Aronovitz Will
Address BB Ladies
Former Miami Mayor Abe Aro-
novitz will address members of
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami when
they install Mrs. Stephanie Klein
president at a meeting Tuesday
noon in the Pub restaurant.
Others to be installed are the
Mesdames Bernard Tytell, Nathan
Spiegelman and Joseph Nuremberg,
vice presidents; David Hess, re-
cording secretary; Ethel Lackey,
financial secretary; Jacob Ludmer,
roster secretary; Henry Wolfson,
corresponding secretary.
The Mesdames David Vender, ad-
ministrative secretary; Louis Au-
gust, parliamentarian; Gerald Ru-
bin, guardian; Murray Gladstone,
counselor; George Liebmatj, reten-
tion; Betty Birchansky, yearbook
director; Philip Rand, bulletin
editor; Nathan Levine, treasurer;
Ben Slutsky, sentinel; and John
Hoffman, historian.
Mrs. George Baltuch, president-
elect of the State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Women, will be in-
stalling officer.
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* kMi ^Atbout Kyour Special j-avorites
This Week's Choice: Sweet Tooth
Honored at a meeting of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority alumnae
are left to right) Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Sidney Schwartz
and Mrs. Irving Sussman.
Phi Sigs Honor
Trio of Leaders
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority alum-
BOT three of its mem-
ha r nraraday exening at the home
our Rubin. 810 N.
Shore dr. Miami Beach.
Tribute was to be paid to Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz and Mrs. Irving Suss-
man. each of whom holds the
presidency of an outstanding civ-
ic organization.
Mr- Koean is president-elect of
Miami Beach Hieh School PTA. She
II also MCf president of Brandeis
I 'raversitj Women's Auxihar> and
pa-t president of Hadassah
Ifra Schwarz was recently in
stalled for a second term as pres-
ident o! the Miami chapter. Nation-
al Women s Committee of Brandeis
I'niversity She is past president
of B'nai B'rith and on the board
at Temple Beth Sholom
Mrs SUMBM is South East Flor
ida regional president of Women's
American ORT She is on the
IkMfjJ of the Women* Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
erence of Jewish Women
Mrs Krwin I' Hoffman was in
charge of the program with a--i-t
ance by Mrs Kueene Bran- and
Marvin Leu..
Registration Date
At N. Beach Told
RL "<-rth Beaeh Fie-
ri he September
reartcn class will be conduct-
> 6
are reque-ted to come
nh their children and birth cer-
!es at 8 30 a m
Parents arriving artd securing
registration numbers first will
have preference a* t-. whether
their children will be attending
the morning or the afternoon ses-
sions, when school begin, in S.p
temker.
Morning cla-s attendance will be
, closed at 50 children, and all other
enrollees will be assigned to the
afternoon class
Registration for the fall semes-
ter ,s being carried on through
t riday for those children now en-
rolledI at North Beach who will be
attend."- school irPthe same area
next fall.
Elaine Mae Marks
Sweet Sixteen Here
!jnhter i
' hint
rfcrtttetj her -ect 16t*-
birthday at a luncheon in the Se
llle hotel. Sunl re, Apr :"1
and rela-
:;air
Seated with Elaine at the head
tabte were her mother, grand-
mother, Mrs. Celia Becker man.
nd girl friends Gail Rosen.
Carole Citrin. Lucy Kahn and
Paulette Conn.
Har ijr
and i
Ethel, were here [ron l
Fa for the occasion.
Elaine is a sophomore at '
Beach High School whore ~he is
a majorette. She is also act;..
Winx B'nai B'rith Girl-
By Mrs. Regina Frischwasser
ALMOND CAKES
i cup shortening
1 cup sugar
2 egg yolk
'.....n almond flavoring
2 cups cake flour
3 fcOHPOOHI baking powder
't cup milk
1 3 teaspoon salt
'i cup chopped toasted almonds
Cream the shortening, work in
the sugar, egg yolks and flavoring.
Silt the dry ingredients and add
the chopped nuts. Add alternately
to the frst mixture with the milk,
limp by teaspoonfuls on a well
oiled cookie sheet, about two inches
apart. Put a whole almond on
each, and bake for 12 minutes in
a moderately hot oven 350-375
degs. F.

OATMEAL COOKIES
up melted shortening
2 Ofl
' 1 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
! 1 cup flour
1 teaspoon soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
' teaspoon salt
2 cups rolled oats
rubine the eu yolks, shorten-
ing, sugar .and vanilla and beat
well. Sitt together flour, soda,
baking powder and salt. Add the
rolled oats, and combine with the
first mixture Last, fold in stiffly
beaten egg white. Prop by tea-
spoonfuls on oiled pans, keeping
the cookies two inches apart. Bake
15 minutes in a hot oven at 375
degs. F
Gables BB Groups In Joint Install*
(oral Cables Lodge and Chapter ;0| Friarl ,U,l-!
Of B'nai B'rith held a joint installs- ei,j "*";Al<"< 0^,
Uoa affair Sunday at the Saxony ThTi ,V
hotel Sidney Aronovitz. former re-pundiro. *J*.W
presulcnt of the State Federation f, .'' *?**7; ^
; B'nai B'rith Lodges, was installing' ooitojvr"'; Samuel N
off,ccr l-enUrian /*
Mac named to office were Hv Ian; and I ,' ,' SleI,
Friedman, president: Maurice Fine- Master (.1 r, Zuiiu*-
gold. Samuel Nieberg and Arthur ney Raskoe i..'rC "n,M.
Paddor. vice presidents; Norman Raj:; rman Hirjfc
Pallot, recording secretary; Sid- Samuel l.'^rV V*1*
ney Sanders, financial secretary; IaHger :-,,", l nfnd *
l Bodian. corresponding .....
Sol
tary
Arthur
seere
Winkleman.
treasurer: ^"9 ***W,
Sol Rappaport. monitor: Irwin Sir !'*:>
kin. guardian; and Philip Yagman Sisterh id i hjstd Sa<4
warden. ;ann. UI, i',rmw"
Named president of B'nai Brith' !,hT"V'' Monda, '
Women of Coral Gables was Mrs '';n"rW*n
Sol Rappaport. Others installed to
office were the Mesdames Sol Bo-
dian. Sam Kurland and Alan Born-
stem, vice presidents; Bernard Gei-
serman. recording secretary: Dan-
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BB Women Will
Install Officers
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold an installation luncheon
at the Pub restaurant. 3500 Coral
Way. Tuesday noon.
Installing officer wi!| be Mrs.
George Ba lurch, president-elect
of State Federation of B'nai
Brith and past president of B'nai
Brith Women's Council of South
Florida, Speaker will be Ah*
Aronovitz.
la charge of reservations are Mrs
Louis August. Mrs. Ben Slutskv.
Mrs. Jacob Ludaer and Mrs. Al Ber
man. Mrs. Abe AronoriU is in >
charge of transportation.
He's Elected hisidtwt
Ceorge Ufcoe. 19-year-old son of
Mr and Mrs. Maurice Leicoe. 2U1
SJ 21st st.. has been elected junior
class president at Dartmouth Ini
vertsty International president of
i ', mem' of State of
Israel Bonds board, current *
president of his sophomore class a
member of Phi Lambda Pi frater-
ZZJ"K**rT mittee and WGBD radio station
A* spokesman for the great aijonn of Florida
familicvjuninc is baaiag IO0O
vcognuc the (act that dkdr
able hcaung during our winter cold
That's why Mr and Mrs Homehoscr ut aski
-Docs it have bo* lioaid Fud kr
needdcpMsd- besoar tbry buy a new bo*r!
And .ber .ho lutow by ao* d dw oae best
frrmiwrmi soiotioa so their beating prnMeat it
a ccoaoaical Liquid Foci 'Florida furnacc-
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(JJomen in the ews
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The Bell Will Ring Friday
For Sake of Your Health
MS. BIRHAKO SIMMS
s. Stevens Will
I Guest Speaker
fcminent clubwoman and phil-
topic worker Mrs. Bernard
will address members of,
fcraelite Center Tuesday eve-
when th< rather to mark
ninth anniversary of inde-
fcnce.
Stevens will discuss "A
at Israel Today." She is
^icuite of the University of
iint, past president of the
orjh group of Hadassah, pest
lident of the Miami Beech
sue of Women Voters end is
My serving es chairmen of
Women's Division Town
*h of the Combined Jewish
tal.
fct year. Mrs Stevens visited
kl a- part of a I'nited Jewish
fcal overseas mission for Jew-
leaders.
in?SperI'.n.' i*. proeram chair-
[of the Tuesday meeting. David
jtrmachi r will preside.
SPhi Alums Will
stall Officers
Samuel C, Kohlenberg will
tailed president of the Great-
liami Alumnae Assn. of Alpha
Bon Phi at a noon luncheon
'day in the Algiers hotel.
ne luncheon, with the theme
t* nd Sand." prefaces the
l*nl convention *> gather
h '> June at the Americana,
lh will feature the same trop-
" theme.
pr officers to be installed at
l"0"n affair arc the Mesdames
1 Made-, vice president; Nor-
Brown, n.ember-at-laree; Bart
Pi. treasurer: Lesley Lipp, cor-
fwidmg secretary; and Rosalyn
Fi. record i n- secretary.
iwo Lazarus
*ts Officers
to.IW| lapin was installed
Iif p "f Kmma LaMru chap-
I0'Bna, Krith at a luncheon
v a< the Algiers hotel.
P** installed were Mrs. Ber-
' *'bkoff first vice president;
I > Burrows, second vice
[lden<: Miss Irma Koff, third
Pre>ident
J" ^tty Blotcher, recording
,ar>: Miss yiiian petrl ..
1n.d'nK -retary; Miss Flor-
A'bert. treasurer; Miss Ada
" ttnacial secreUry.
,'[!. Alf^,'l R*ich. chairman of
lin *'* ins,al,ed Parliamen-
\L,. M"llie (ohen- hl9or-
' d ** ^tty Robbins, coun-
Continued from Peg* 1 B
display exhibits, and personnel
were to be available to answer vis-
itors' questions.
This is a further step in learn-
ing about mental hospitals, in learn-
ing how you can help your Mental
Health Society combat an illness
which annually causes over 50 per-
cent of all hospitalizations in the
United States.
Mentel illness is not alone rep-
resentative among criminal de-
linquents, chronic alcoholics or
"kiss and tell" psychopaths. The
mental hospitals of the nation
are fillet4 wi*h hundreds of thous-
ands f previously productive
men end women, tradesmen and
"ofe'.sio.ials, children and young
adults, who somewhere along the
way "contracted" a disease no
d.'.'crer.t from the many chronic
"Lit/ ailments" to which we are
acci.ib...d and who can be
ctrgsL
In line with the need to stimulate
research, to provide more adequate
hospital facilities, to embark on
mental health preventive programs
for children and adults, to dissem-
inate intelligent information on the
meaning of mental illness and men-
tal healthnot hand-me-down mis-
information Florida Sen. George
Smathers took a leading role in
launching Mental Health Week na-
tionally.
And your own Greater Miami
Mental Health Society will be ring-
ing doorbells here Friday, mostly
between 5 and 7 p.m., for these
very reasons.
"We can not afford to miss their
call," Mrs. Shevach explained Wed-
nesday. 'Mental health and men-
tal illness are everyone's problem."
Active Mrs. Shevach is a member
of the education committee of the
Greater Miami Mental Health So-
ciety, mental health chairman of
the Dade County Council of PTA's,
associate member of the World
Federation of Mental Health and
a member of the Psychiatric Coun-
cil of National League of Nurses.
Mrs. Shevach has a BS degree
earned at the University of Miami

/MS. 1UKY ROBINSON
Mrs. Robinson Will
Be on BBYO Staff
Mrs. Joseph Bermann, chairman
of the Greater Miami board of
directors of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, announced Wednes-
day the appointment of Mrs. Jerry
Robinson to the staff of the BBjYO.
Twice president of the Eleanor
Roosevelt chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, Mrs. Robinson has been
associated with the BBYO pro-
gram in the caoacity of advisor
to the DEBS B'nai B'rith Girls
and chairman for the BBYO, rep-
representing the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of South Flor-
ida.
Mrs. Robinson will work with the
14 chapters of B'nai B'rith Girls in
Greater Miami and help plan and
coordinate their activities.
and is an RN. Son Allen, 16, is an
honor student at Miami Beach High
School. Daughter Eileen will be
Bas Mitzvah in June. She is a life
member of Temple Beth Sholom.
She and countless other well-in-
| formed men and women here and
across the nation are getting be-
hind the Mental Health Bandwagon.
In Miami, they will be joining the
I Mental Health Society when the
door bell rings Friday.
Ever know anybody who is or has
been mentally ill? Their families
will easily describe the agonies,
suspense of waiting and astronomic
expenses involved.
Information at the right time for
the individual, mass research at the
right time for allthese are the
preventive aims of a proper mental
health program for tomorrow.
JticaNT'll
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convenience and service will be open to residents of Greater^
Miami. The addition of three Boors and six drive-in tellers
f
will provide speedier...even more efficient banking service.
You may still use the convenient entrance to the Mercantile
National Bank at the corner of Lincoln Road and Washington
Avenue. Come in Thursday-we'll be open from 9:30 in
the morning to 9 in the evening.
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Active Programs For BB Women Include Election
proper diet and exercise was fol- president of North Shore chapter,
lowed by an uuMag eiffaja and
nieasui ing BBSssSB.
Final Adult Jewi-.ii BSsWastM
Forum of the year was held last
week under the sponsorship of
B'nai B'rilh Women of Miami at
the home of Mrs. Loui> Diamond.
540 SW 18th ter.
Mrs. Pater l.lazer reviewed "Pil-
lar of Salt." an informative tale
about North African Jews
Newly formed P F P" Club
'Pounds Eliminated Properly) of
B'nai B'rith. Fleanor Ron......H
chapter, met last week at the
home 01 Mrs Lester ^Ve^oi 277'
SW 33rd ave. A discussion of
Newly elected officer* of North
Short chapter were installed at a
luncheon ceremony la*t week
at the Algiers hotel. Mr*.
George Baltuch, pest president of
No--th Shore chapter and presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of South Florida, wet in-
stalling officer.
Mrs. Mark Silver-tein. aNo a past

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Hon. Robert Briscoe. Lord Mayor of Dublin, ceding Israel Bond dinner at Fontainebleau
iges Jewish Floridian cameraman with pose hotel Sunday night. Gala party feted Briscoe
ffjeft to right) Mrs. Jack Albin. Samuel Fried- and Israel on its sinth anniversary of indepen-
| and Col. Jacob Arvey at reception pre- dence, selling SI40,000 in State of Israel Bonds.
president, Mrs. Fred Scherer; fund
raising vice president, Mrs. Marvin
Kaufman.
Recording secretary, Mrs. Harry
Kodish; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Sam Mack; financial secretary,
Mrs. Louis Baloff; treasurer, Mrs.
Marvin Greisel; parliamentarian,
Mrs. Harold Rubine; historian, Mrs.
Nathan Keusch; counselor, Mrs.
Bernard Supworth.
Installin'-i officer v-is Mrs. Nor-
man Rcinhard, presidentelect of
B'nai B'rith Women's Council nf
South Florida. Nathan Perlmutter.
Florida Regional ADL director.
lest speaker. Martin Baloff
provided music accompaniment for
the ceremonies held at the Algiers
hotel.
Mrs. Bernard Supworth was pro-
gram chairman in charge of the in-
stallation.
West Miami Ladies Install Officers
West Miami chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women Wednesday installed
the following officers for the 1957-
58 season:
President. Mrs. David Greenberg;
coordinating vice president, Mrs.
Harold Tokayer; membership vice
Spaet Candidacy
Revealed on Beach
Harold B. Spaet, Miami Beach
Civic leader and city eoiwilman
for the past four years, will be a
candidate for reelection in the May
28 primary.
The 49-year-old former vice may-
or of Miami Beach will compete in
the primary preceding the June 4
general election.
A Florida resident for 22 years,
Spaet has been a lawyer, municipal
fudge and leader in numerous
civic, legal and fraternal associa-
tions.
Included in the organizations
Spaet belongs to are Dade Co-
ordinating Commission, Dade
County Tax Council, American
and Dade County Bar Assns., and
the Miami Beach Civic League.
Spaet spearheaded beautification
of the city's shopping areas south
of 5th st.. his supporters indicated
thh week. He also serves as direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Z'onist Dis-
trict, Children's Home Society of
Southeastern Florida and the Mi-
ami Beach Bar Assn.
He has held the nosts of "xalt"H
ruler of the Miami Beach Elk and
president of Temple Israel. He is
past president of the Miami Beach
Bar Assn.. president of th" loal
Brandeis University Club, and has
been named honorary president oi
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Spaet resides with his wife and,
two children at 220 W. Rivo Alto
dr., Rivo Alto, Miami Beach.

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oi Beach chapter of Hadassah will hold
rtual donor-reward luncheon at Seville hotel
day noon. Slated is musical presenta-
"Hadassah Hit Parade of 1957," by Trixie
Cast members (left to right) are Mes-
Paul Plotkin, Harold Melnick, Ben
up, Harold Schechter, Harold Garrish, Har-
I Shapiro, Harold Wynn, Nathan Perlmutter
1 Saul Wexler. At piano is Mrs. Sam Kel-
inson. Not shown are Mesdames Albert Sha-
piro, Rocky Pomerance, Lillian Newmark, Saul
Harris, William Green, Ralph Scher and Mr.
Harold Shapiro. Stage director is Mrs. Roberta
Schwartz. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Sidney
Gluckman, president of Florida region of Ha-
dassah. Miss Lillian Goodman is luncheon
chairman. Mrs. Henry J. Nelson heads pub-
licity. ._______________
Ladies' Auxiliary to Meet
Ladies Auxiliary of Coral Qablev
Post, Jewish War Veterans, will
meet Tuesday evening, May 14, at
Coral Gables Youth Memorial Cen-
ter.
foster Children Discussed
Club Everglades, Workmen's
Circle, Tuesday heard Maxwell
Foster, of Jewish Family Service,
discuss "Foster Children."
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[Attending a national women's conference on in-
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H. Franklin Williams, wife of the vice president
head of community relations at the University
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Also attending the conference, which was spon-


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sored by the B'nai B'rith Women's Supreme Council,
was Mrs. Bernard Supworth, executive committee
member of the Florida regional office of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Williams, who is active in the Dade County
Council on Community Relations and the League of
Women Voters, said that the conference, which heard
addresses by Mrs. Eugenie Anderson, former U.S.
Ambassador to Denmark, and Mrs. Eleanor Roose-
velt, highlighted a movement which "is motivated by
the idea that it is of the utmost importance for man
to learn to live peaceably with his fellow humans
without hate or discrimination in his heart or mind."
According to Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Anderson, in
her opening address, "pointed out that with the
United Nations being in New York, we cannot hide
from the delegates from countries all over the world.
the disgraceful treatment we impose upon natural-
born American citizens.
"Th.s. d.l.gat.s s.. that th. only off.ns.
that* citiwns are guilty of it boing born with the
same color skin which many of thorn h.v.. This
fact ngondor. a mistrust which no amount of
tochnical aid or monoy can quit, .rasa.from th.
impression of Unitod St.t., d.mocr.cy which th.s.
d.l.get.s tak. back to th.ir ro.p~t.v. countrios.
Mrs. Williams reported that "women were there
from 28 states, north, south, east and west, white
and Negro; of afl religious affiliations but with one
common feeling: intelligent American women who
had become strengthened in their resolve that this
is Nation. unAmerican and undemocratic, which
must be remedied. It must be remedied not only
Ecc.uw": is inherently wrong but because it makes
Uncle Sam appear as a pious hypocrite whose ex-
prised1 doctrine is not the same as his doctrine in
action." _.
There also grew out of the conference, she
said the idea that if women would band together
o solve his problem, they could do t Schools
Suit be desegregated in areas where this has not
Seen accomplished. From there we must go on to de-
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<-sn the r^calm of Society
Friday,
Stone, Green
Exchange Vows
A garden wedding at Torah Tem-
ple, Miami Beach, on Apr. 14 united
Sandra Annette Green and Robert
if. Stone in marriage. Rabbi Abra-
ham Cassel performed the cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Lillian Green, of 1143 SW 22nd
ter. The bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Flora Stone. 1508 Michigan
ave., Miami Beach.
Jack Cohen gave his niece in
marriage. She wore a gown of
white embroidered net over ruffled
slip of tulle with a chapel train.
The bodice was scattered with iri-
descent sequins and pearls. A
matching cap held her fingertip
illusion veil, and she carried a
white Bible and orchid.
Bridal attendants were Hope
Cohen, maid of honor, and Mrs.
Fred Perlman, Mrs. William Stone
and Paula Sternfield, bridesmaids.
Best man was William Stone, bro-
ther of the bridegroom, and ushers
were Arthur Skwer, Fred Perlman,
Donald Marks and Gerald Spolter.
Out-of-town guests were Morris
Baumgart of Venice, Calif.; Mr. and
Mrs. George Stone, Yonkers. N.Y.;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greisman,
Brooklyn; Mrs. Ann Silverstein,
New York; Mrs. Sarah Krakower,
the Bronx; and Joseph Stone, Cin-
cinnati.
Mrs. Stone holds a scholarship at
the University of Miami, where she
is studying mathematics education.
She also belongs to Alpha Lambda
Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon and Kappa
Delta, honorary sororities.
Mr. Stone graduated from the
University of Miami with a BBA
degree. He is now a manufactur-
ers representative for several lead-
ing greeting card companies, and
also owner of Gator Greetings, a
Florida card company.
Mr. and Mrs. Stone will reside at
1508 Michigan ave., Miami Beach,
after a wedding trip to Havana.
mks. KOBUT STONE
miss cakou rim
Flagler Ladies
Install Officers
At the recent installation meet-
ing of the Women's Group of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Community
Center, noted Miami clubwoman
Mrs. Bernard Stevens installed Mrs.
Meyer Brilliant as chairman.
Other officers are vice chairmen.
Mrs. Walter Kaye and Mrs. Irving
L. Wevler; recording secretary,
Mrs. George Malin; corresponding
secretary, Mrs.. Ceil Jacobson;
treasurer, Mrs. Nathan Zwitman.
The Flagler Granada choral
group entertained.
Fine, Masington
Eye Jan. '58 Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Jack N. Fine, 4465
N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Carole Sherry, to Richard Stephen
Masington, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Masington. 8501 Hawthorne ave.,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, where
she was a member of Student Gov-
ernment, cheer leader, majorette,
a member of Anchor Service Club,
and Thespians.
She attended the University of
Alabama, and at present is a stu-
dent at the University of Miami
Miss Fine is a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon social sorority.
Mr. Masington is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School where
he was president of the Senior
Class, a member of National Honor
Society and national debate cham-
pion in 1954.
He is now attending the Univer-
sity of Florida as a political science
pre-law major and is president of
the Debating Society, Varsity De-
bate Team, a member of the Exe-
cutive Council of Student Govern-
ment and president of Pi Lambda
Phi social fraternity.
The couple are planning a Jan-
uary, 1958 wedding.
Japanese Influence is Topic
Physicians Wives Club of Great-
er Miami will meet at the home of
Mrs. Irvin Green, 4265 N. Merid-
ian ave., Tuesday evening. There
will be election and installation of
officers for next season, as well as
a talk by Carole Cahill on "The Jap-
anese Influence in Decorating."
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen Schaf-
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ish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiated.
The bride is the former Jacque-
line R. White. She is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. White, of
530 N. Shore dr. Mr. Schaffer is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schaffer. 9007 Byron ave.
A wedding dinner followed at
Michel's restaurant.
Botn bride and bridegroom at-
tend Whitefield School and will
graduate this summer. They will
make their home at 9009 Byron
ave.

Jacobs Aronowiti
June Fleischer Aronowitz carried
a Bible that the bridegroom's mo-
ther used at her wedding when
she and Stuart K. Jacobs were mar-
ried Apr. 4 in Temple Israel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Fleischer, of New
York City. Mr. Jacobs is the son
of Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs. 4114 Pine
Tree dr., and the late Stanley L.
Jacobs.
Mrs. Wolfie Cohen and Robert S.
Feldman attended the couple.
A reception for the family was
held in the Seville hotel.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the couple will will at 4744 N.
Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
The bride attended Pennsylvania
College for Women in Pittsburgh
and Mills College of Education in
New York. Mr. Jacobs graduated
from the University of Miami and
is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity and a lieutenant in the U.K.
Naval Reserve.

Chanin W.llin*
Philadelphia was the scene of the
Mar. 30 wedding of Frances Mari-
lyn Wellins and Herman Chanin.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. 35*3 SM
16th ter. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chanin
of Philadelphia.
The former Miss Wellins attend-
ed Miami High. Ithaca College and
Syracuse University. Mr. Chanin
is an alumnus of Temple Univer-
sity.
Following their wedding trip
through New York State, the couple
will live in Philadelphia.

Walshon Handleman
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howard
Walshon traveled to NaaMU follow-
ing their Apr. 7 wedding in Torah
Temple, Miami Beach.
The bride, the former Nadene
Barbara Handleman. is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Leatrice Keller, 939 Al
ton rd.. and Ellis Handleman. He
came from Washington, D.C., to
give her in marriage.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs Minnie Walshon, 1205 14th st
Miami Beach.
Brandy Golin and Marshall Han-
dleman attended the couple during
the double-ring ceremony. The re-
ception was held in the Temple
Both are graduates of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Maimi.
inftA,1.Apr:,15 ,hey wi" ,ive
1015 Alton rd.

Kramer Raiber
Rarbara Raiber. daughter of Mr.
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MISS EUANOt OSOWICK
Osowicks Reveal
Eleanor's Troth -
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Eleanor, is announced by Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Osowick, 953 SW 11th
st.. Miami.
Her fiance la Jay Schwartzman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Schwartz-
man. 2484 SW 19th st., Miami.
Miss Osowick graduated from
Miami Senior High School and
Davis Institute of Medical Tech-
nology. She Is currently employed
with the Credit Bureau of Greater
Miami.
Mr. Schwartzman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and Florida
State University. He attended the
Georgia Military Academy and is
currently associated with the Boy
Scouts of America.
Kramer. 3330 SW 17th A,|
late Samuel L Kramer.
Beverly Kramer was nuidi
or. Sanford Kramer,
the groom, was best man.
Mrs. Kramer is a graduaed
University of Miami. She
ber of Phi Epsilon Pi. Mr, 1
a pre-law student at tail
of Miami.
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Holtiman Lunar
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan N.
are at home in 40 Sail
Gables. The couple
14 in the Algiers hotel
The bride is the tornerl
Lundy, daughter of
Lundy. 440 SW 11th aw, I
late Louis I.undy. The|
ion of Mr. and Mrs. M
man of Johnstown, Pa.
Mrs. Theodore Davis mi
of honor for her sister.
the groom. Sidney Holt
best man
Mrs. Holtzman is a i
the University of Miami
man attends the L'niv
ami law school.
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May
3, 1957
***!<*> n**i,i*+
[ding P^ns
ble for Them
L to be married in the fall
Pceller and Howard Clark
fede-elect is the daughter
fflrV Benjamin Geller.
',64th st. Her f.ance i. the
S"James Osterman, New
littler attended the Univer-
'iami an.l Barry College.
merman received his degree
KL. from the UM and is
junior i" the school of law.
st president of, Pi Lambda
a member of Tau Epsilon
eai fraternity.
Meltzer Pepus
Itngagement of Miss Susan
tto Martin Pepus is announ-
her mother. Mrs. Buster
5208 Alton rd.
Ibrido -lect. (laughter of the
Meltzer. is a student at
Mty of Miami. She is a
of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
[xipha Epsilon Delta pre-
honorary. Beta Beta Beta
hi honorary and the Home
tics Honor Society.
pus. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pepus. 3019 SW 4th st., is
jig the I'M medical school.
in undergraduate school
univer-ity. he was a member
fcj Phi Omega, service fra-
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman
y; Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-
I honorary: and Delta Theta
Its and science honorary.
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MISS WflNSTflM MISS H1MAN
MISS MIZUL
MISS EDEIMAN
MISS KORNBLUM
MISS SLATER
University of Miami and was vice Beach, announce the engagement of
president of North Dado chapter of
B'nai B'rith.
The Goldmans will live in Flush-
ing, N.Y.

their daughter, Judith Faye, to
I' I'd Stern. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hans Stern. 1561 Lenox
ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Slater i a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, and her fiance
attended schools in Europe. No
wedding date has been set.
Maytr Tannenbaum
Two Miami Beach residents. Le-
ona Mayer and Roy Tannenbaum,
were married Sunday noon, Apr. 22,
afWaldman's Crown hotel. Swari. L,ndm,
The bride is the daughter of Mr.! August Swarz, 511 NE 38th st.,
and Mrs. Jack Mayer, 1935 Marseille announces the engagement of his
dr., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tannen- daughter, Georgina Barbara, to
baum, 905 80th st., are parents of j Rabbi Nathan M. Landman. son of
the bridegroom. j the late Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon
The bride's gown was of chantilly | Landman, Kew Gardens, N.Y.
lace and nylon tulle, and her
French illusion veil hung from a
scalloped crown of iridescent petals
and seed pearls. She carried white
orchids on a white Bible.
MISS MILTZER
MISS GEIUR
MISS CRAVITZ
MISS SWARI
Miss Swarz is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School. She at-
tended the University of Miami and
now attends the University of Tex-
as. She is a member of the debat-
Attending the bride were Pris-1 ing team, Panhellenic Society and
cilia Oliver, maid of honor, and Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Weiss Kurland
23 has been chosen as a
lg date by Miss Rosalind
Sheldon C. Kurland.
nts of the bride-elect are Mr.
s. Jack Weiss. 130 SW 51st
Kurland is the son of Mrs.
Kurland, 2398 SW 25th ter.,
> late Mr. Kurland.
Weiss is a graduate of Mi-
bior High School and is em-
at the Miami Herald. 'Her
| is a graduate of the Univer-
! Miami and now doing post
ite work there.
a member of Alpha Phi
service fraternity and is
er of Arnold Air Society. He
eive his ROTC air force
|ssion in June.

Levy Brown
wedding of Miss Marsha
! Levy to Lloyd Brown is set
lig. 24 in New York City.
i Levy is the daughter of Mr.
prs. Robert Levy, 1031 West
Miami Reach. She is a grad-
kfiami Reach High School
Attended the University of
i Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Brown of Richmond, Va., is
Ment at the University of

Goldman Millar
wedding trip to Bermuda
' end Mrs. Nat Goldman who
married Apr. 13.
Goldman is the former Mrs.
Miller, of North Miami Beach
** York City.
M served on the advisory
' Hillel Foundation at the
Mrs. Bert Tannenbaum and Mrs.
Fred Mayer. They wore aqua gowns
and carried pink and white carna-
tions.
Bert Tannenbaum was his bro-
ther's best man. and ushers were
Fred Mayer and Gene Tannenbaum.
Following a reception in the ho-
tel ballroom, the couple left on a I
wedding trip to Mexico. They will'
live at 345 85th st.. Miami Beach.

Slater Stern
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Slater, 1335
Rabbi Landman is a graduate of
the University of Wisconsin and
Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati,
O. He is serving as Air Force chap-
lain at Berestrom AFB, Austin, Tex.
The couple will wed early this
summer. For the next year, they
will live in Anchorage, Alaska,
where Rabbi Landman will be sta-
tioned with the Alaskan Air Com-
mand.
gagement of their daughter, Norma
Anne, to Donald R. Signore. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ruhlman.
3830 NW 170th st., Opa-locka.
Mr. Signore is stationed with the
USAF in Biloxi. Miss. The wedding
will be in August.

Mizell Olen
On Aug. 11 Miss Marilyn Mizell
and Robert H. Olen will exchange
wedding vows in Cleveland, O.
Miss Mizell is the daughter of
Mrs. Leon E. Mizell, 500 NE 72nd
St., and the late Mr. Mizell. She
attended Miami University in Ox-
ford, O., and is owner of a dancing
school in Cleveland.
Mr
Friedman Signore
and Mrs. Morris Friedman,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Block of New-
ark, N.J.
Miss Edelman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School.
A summer wedding is planned.
*
Lane Spero
At a June 23 wedding in her par-
ents' summer home in Long Island,
Miss Ronni Lane will become the
bride of Sander Spero.
Parents of the bride-elect are
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lane, 1340 Still-
water dr., Miami Beach. Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Spero of Pittsburgh,
Pa., are parents of the prospective
bridegroom.
Miss Lane attended the Lear
School of Miami Beach and is a>
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman H. Olen, student at the University of Miami.
Biarritz dr., Normandy Isle. Miami' 3241 NW 6th st., announce the en-
Winter Wedding
For Coe, Suchman
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Coe. of 1845
SW 24th st.. Miami, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Eliz-
abeth Sue, to Clifford L. Such-
man.
Mr. Suchman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Suchman. 6170 SW
10th ter., Miami.
Miss Coe is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, where she was
a member of Phi Delta Gamma so-
rority and the mixed chorus. She
attended the University of Florida,
where she was a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi social sorority, and
now is attending the University of
Miami, where she is majoring in
elementary education.
Mr. Suchman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and the
University of Florida, where he was
a member of Pi Lambda Phi social
fraternity. He served two years as
an officer in the United States
Army, and is now affiliated with
the Keyes Real Estate Company.
A winter wedding is planned.
318 W. Rivo Alto dr., Miami Beach,
are parents of the future bride-
groom. He attended the University
of Florida and is now employed in
Cleveland.

Weinstein Katz
An early June wedding is plan-
ned by Miss Paula Lenore Wein-
stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein, 133 NE 91st st., and
Herbert Katz. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Katz of Brooklyn, N.Y.
The bride-elect attended Vander-
bilt University and the University
of Miami where she is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Del-
ta Theta Mu scholarship fraternity
and has been chosen as both Home-
coming and Ibis princess. Mr. Katz
attended Brooklyn College.
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Edelman Block
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edelman, j
4361 SW 4th st.. announce the en-j
gagement of their daughter, Arlene
Gail, to William H. Block, son of.
Mr. Spero is a graduate of Staun-
ton Military Academy in Staunton,
Va. and attended UM.
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Hyman Rudd
Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Hyman.
780 82nd St., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Lenore. to Stanley R.
Rudd. Mr. Rudd is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Rudd. 1116 Elrado
ave.. Coral Gables.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. Mr.
Rudd is a graduate of Rollins Col-
lege, received his Master's degree
at the Universifv of Bridgeport.
Conn., and is teaching at the Henry
H. Filer Junior High School.

Cravitz Greber
The engagement of Miss Anne
Cravitz to A. Alvin Greber is an-
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Mrs. Samuel Cravitz of Wynne-
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Parents of the prospective bride-
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Sinsley, Gadol
Plan for June
Mr. and Mrs. Ma'iin Sinsjev. of
Miami Beach, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Ellen, (o
Albert Carlo!, son of Mr. and Mrs
Munis Gadol. of Miami.
- Sinsley, i m hiatc of Miami
ch ffieh,
rity of Florida. 8he is cmplovrd
'tern Bell as I ,,. ,.
reseotacrre.
" Ga !. .1 gra tuatt q ,mti
Jeffersi -i High, at i If |
' ami and i
with (ha IS Anny In ;),
mtvIm d vision. Ra is n.
nected with the Miami office ol the
Life Insurance Co. of Virginia.
__A June 16 weddin? is planned.
Track and Field Meet
Fifteen senior hish school clubs
sponsored by the Beach Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish (ommun
rlter will participate in the
annual track and field meet Mon-
rveninsj at Memorial Field.
i athletic
ai >-t i tiiat the
11 hi even* such as
in addition to

Dog Championship Classic Sti
Mished in man c ".u v ***
Wished in 1939 as South
Florida's greyhound racing class,,
and annually drawing the arist,,
cracy of the sport of queens, the
1957 All-Florida Championship will
run M is 4 at Biscay ne Kennel flub
l Miami Shores.
Kntries indicate one of the class
it -I fields ilnee its inaugural
cording to W. I Moore, director of
M
MtSS W.i SNSltY
There's Hope in Duarte,
A City for the Hopeful
Forty-four yean ago, a young
tuberculosis victim collapsed and
died on the (treats ol Lot An.
Heartsick at the tragic OCCurence
a group f neighbors determined
t" aid unfortunates stricken by this
dread disease,
This was the humble origin
the City of Hope.
Ol
With an initial investment of
S136.05. they purchased 10 acres
"I desert land near Lot Ant.
Here thej pitched tu tents and
began pmu !.:.. ,,,,. treatmenl
tuberculosis
' I race or creed.
*
T"**V. tht City of Hooo Med-
ical Center and its affiliated R-
saarcn Institute occupy 85 land-
scaped acres in Duarte, Calif.,
far surpassing the dreams of its
founders. But the principles
wh.ch motivated them have been
strengthened and reaffirmed
over the years so that the City
of Hooe stands now as an inspir-
ing monument to man's selfless-
"*ss Tre, nonsectarian med-
ical and research facili'y dedica-
ted to the service of hu-nanity.
At tSe City of Hope, no patient
P*ys.
,. c n
nal chairman ,.
I iker
' I luncheon i: ,.( tll).
r'w '' ist haoter of
he i wuhbi OIv ,,, ..[,oon
Saturday at the Blscayoc Ten
To be Installed are the Mesdames
i M Shi,-., president; William J
Whited, vice president: William
Kornfeld. secretary: and Louis Rog-
er-, treasurer.
Skit cn Academy
Women's Program
l......' <> t n
II I i'l take
\
h
A e wa>
vented by Mrs.
i of nomin-
y's i ho pre-
'* I I I '1 ol III new di-
rectors leriod of
one year.
A fine' r"- v" book will b- oiv-n bv Mrs.
'-id-sre SnVter and Mrs. Hvmin
^anWIer. P%n f0r the "Binyan
Bank" lun-heon will be discuss- '
bv Mrs. JonS Shaniro. A resume
of th vear'< activities will be
rendere-4 >-v Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel, president.
In accordance with the proclama-
tion issue.' by the Israeli rabbinate.
' the month of Mav sj
Israeli Independence Month, the
will be dedicated'to Israeli
ninth anniver-a-v
\ -'-i' "Ben Gurton: the Voice .if
l rael." will be presented by Mrs.
Alexander S. Gross, program chair
man.
"/ 'hootingV
The clas,ic-s his(o
wrth he greates,
.......,. ... .,, ,. ,recior ot ...... "" greatest ,
racing at the p!ih. racing plan* "*>* Fern v .
which is comfortable for SJS^. ........ rn *>!.
which is comfortable for spectators
in any sort of weather.
Among early bidders are Fred
'.' hiteheadN Easy Qtjtat, Miami
Kennel's La Trartata, Valued and
l'i srfcin. both owned by F B. Stutz
Switch To. from the Sen Tex Ken-
nel, and Meadow Mist owned bv
Merrill Blair and Sons.
name!
Hertz to Stump
For Businessmen
asadaasaaal
M*S. HAtKY SKVKOW
Less Than Month
Ahead for Home
Rule Vote Here
Less than a month remains be-
fore the voters of Dade county de-
cide whether to adopt a progressive
form of government as outlined in
the Home Rule Charter.
The Charter was completed two
weeks ago by a 17 member board,
appointed by Gov. Leltoy Collins ,,,
do the task. Almost four years of
work was contained in the 22 page
document.
Mrs. Rose Pertes is chairman
of the affair ami installing offi-
cer. Co-chairman is Elliott Bel-
*on. Southeast regional director
of the City of Hope, who revealed
Wednesday that Dr. Euflene Rob-
erts, of the Duarte staff of the
research medical center, will fly
here from California to attend
the installation.
Miami Mayor Randall N Christ-
mas will represent the City of
Miami.
Others M the program will h>
clude Mrs. Anita Koppcl in musical
selections: Mrs Muriel Hirsch Pick
Pe.erW' of,ft*r '"invocation: and j
Cbaduied to receive special awards
Often termed a "pilot" medical
center he City of Hope conducts
LZ f!1 ?* M'arch for new in^Shts
|M0 the treatment and conqu.s, ,,f
the catastrophic diseases cancer
and allied malignancies such as
l<;ukem,a. blood, chest and oper-
.abje heart iftsordl |
Baafai | his campaign on the
premise that "it is vitally impor-
tant to, the economir- structure of
our city to have i bosinesaman on
Council.' Hal Hertz. Miami Beach
merchant for u years, ihis week
launched an intensive schedule of
public appearances throughout the
city.
"As a businessmanan honest to
I -ftoodness businessman I have
come to one very definite conclus-
I ion: that for far too long we have
not had a representative ( itv
, Council." said Hertz, onlv retail
merchant to run for one of the
' ouncils four vacancies
"For far too Ions; our Council
has been dominated bv one snocial
element while other vitally impor-
tant facets of our city's economy
have been completely without rep-
resentation." r
Meanwhile Hertz announced the
formation of his executive commit-
tee which includes Robert L, Frank
and Elliot Wesfon. attorneys, and
merchants Abe Kin*. Harry King
:" **""*" Harry ErlanKer
and Eric Cudd are coordinating the
campaign.
"A truly representative Council
of public scrvance should con
stantly strive to propound the three
M* important facets of public en-
deavor, efficiency, economy and
^rvice said Hertz. -And to these
principles I have dedicated myself "
Annual Affair Due
Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary
of Congregation Monticello Park
miS hold | donor affair Wednesday !
evening, May 15, at the Monte1
Carlo hotel. Cantor Manny Mandel j
will be master of ceremonies.
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day
BTConcertof
fo Feature Two
L Bi'tfr will take a well-
6 from his chores as con-
i hc diversity of Mamii
'orchestra during the
eris of the season Sunday
t'j-v evenings at Miami
[d bade County auditori
| hi, place will be p.est
I James Christian Pfohl.
L,t will be noted ban-
#Corin.
|ill be hoard in Nemico
rj, from Andrea Che-
, Giordano; and Oh, de'
[mieli. from Ernani," by
[on his program will b
L, by Moussorgsky, "To
-JeHisJiilcrAM
Irut Meet
;s Dr. Biequn
[rlistadrut Committee of
Sliami will hold a city-wide
at the Raleigh hotel
on. May 19.
fcv Bieaun. national secre-
(h( National Committee for
ael. will he guest of hon-
Cistall officers for the com-
i was educated in
(where he studied sociology
komics. He i< a member of
nal executive of the Zion-
tation of Croat Britain and
land vice chairman of its
c committee.
tin elected rirleqete from
Britain to the World Ziotv
tsi in Jerusalem in 1951,
nting the Labnr Zionist
nt, and was also delegate
American Trade Union
I to the 24th Zionist Con-
an served in World War
ffte B.-iti-h Armed Forces
the Eurpeaa Theatre.
j a member of the British
fnes Investigation Unit of
i Army of the Rhine.
Season Due
Guest Appearances
the Little Ster" end "Hopek," a*
well a* "Prayer for a Safe Jour-
ney" from "All Faces West,"
by Roland Perry, anw Corin's
own "Caucasian Melody."
Principal orchestral work featur-
ed will be Mendelssohn's Symphony
No. 3 in D major, op. 107. "Re-
formation." Mr. Pfohl will also lead
the orchestra in Concerto Grosel In
D Minor. Vivaldi-Giannini; Walk to
the Paradise Garden. Delius; and
Dance Rhythms, Wallingford Rieg-
ger.
Gorin's con cert repertoire
ranges from Handel, Haydn and
Mozart, through the great master-
works of the classical and roman-
tic eras to such contemporaries
as Albert Hay Malotte, Rach-
maninoff, Delius, Dougherty, Ro-
land Perry and Ville-Lobos.
Long an admirer of the "western"
ballad as a genuine example of mus-
ical Americana, with serious claims
to both melodic and lyric beauty,
he was one of the first artists to
program these American songs on
his programs and give them the
dignity of concert hall presentation.
In May. 1956. the National Fed-
eration of Music Clubs presented
Mr. Pfohl with a presidential cita-
tion in recognition of his outstand-
ing "work as musician and educa-
tor .. he has established a cultur-
al center in the South which has.
through his vision and efforts, be-
come one of the important musi-
cal centers of the country. His de-
votion to American music and to
youth merits our highest praise as
an 'eminent Ambassador for mu-
sic'."
Page 9-B
Southern State Regional Conference
Will Hear Miamians on Campaigning
Two prominent Jewish communal emergency rescue fund campaign
leaden will play important roles.
IGOR G0JHN
le Will
Officers
[installation of officers of
of the North Dade
[Center will take place on
r 5, at theCen-
pi Henry OVilica will in-
Murray Aofelbaum, presi-
IMurray Libow, vice presi-
I Charles Weissman, treas-
|"d Herbert Lelchuk, fi-
I secretary.
I red Blank and
i ; '' installed as
he S M>' i riedUnd will
ked as president of the
Mi y mil"
Frank Opens Campaign
Quarters in Council Race
Establishment of political head-
quarters for the May 28 primary
and June 4 run-off was announced
Tuesday by Miami Beach Council-
man Bernard A. Frank.
Campaign headquarters will re-
located at 844 Washington ave.,
Frank said, with additional pre-
cinct offices to be announced later.
Frank, a former municipal court
Judge, has been on the council for
the past six years.
Oka Campaign Set
Into High Gear
Business and professional men
Sunday gathered at the DiLido ho-
tel officially to open the campaign
of Judge Kenneth Oka for the City
Council of Miami Beach.
Attendees included Fred R. Bais-
den, George J. Bertman, Daniel M.
Broad. David P. Catsman. Arthur
H. Courshon. Jack R. Courshon,
I.ili Duntov. William Farr. Charles
Friedlander, Siegfried Geismar,
Seymour Gelber, Leonard H. Glas-
ses Walter Godbold, Dr. J. A.
Greenhouse.
David H. Hockbcrg. Leo Huber-
man. Fred Jonas. Dr. J. Harold
Klock. Chester W. Krone. Dr. Ed-
ward G. Lear. Frank A. Lee. Milton
R, Mannheimer. Edwin Marger,
Dr. Ben Miller. Gershon Miller. Jo-
seph Moseley and Robert A. Peter-
son.
Also Leo Robinson. Dr. Edward
Roth, John N. Serbin. Herbert S.
Shapiro. Irving Schatzman. Al Sher-
man. Sam Smietan. Dr. Louis B.
Sokol and George J. Talianoff. All
are members of the committee to
elect Oka to the Council post.
in the upcoming Southern States
regional conference of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds this weekend in Birm-
ingham, Ala.
Howard Kane, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
has announced that Sam J. Heiman
and Alvin Cassel will lead impor-
tant discussion meetings at the re-
gional meeting being held in the
Tutwiler hotel.
Heiman, regional vice presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
will preside as chairman and dis-
cission leader at a meeting on
Sunday to consider "Planning
our 1958 Campaigns'. Where Do
We Go from Here?"
Heiman led the local Combined
Jewish Appc.:' fo. tv, cossetf "?
years and I > "::ect:J lh 3
in the Greater Miami area. He is
also a member of the National Cab-
inet of the United Jewish Appeal.
Alvin Cassel, president of the
Jewish Family Service and chair-
man of Federation's budget com-
mittee, will lead a discussion group
on "Serving our Non-Institutional-
ized Aged."
Regional president Lester S.
Sherrick will preside as chairman
and discussion leader at a meeting
considering "Major Areas of Com-
munity Relations Concern in the
South." Principal speaker will be
Marcus Ginsburg, of Ft. Worth,
Tex.
Also up for discussion will be
'The Changing Role of the Jew-
ish Family Agency,"
Also attending the conference
from this area will be Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Simkowitz and Albert
Comanor. executive director of Jhe
Jewish Family Service.
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Tyler's restaurant. 12369 Biscayne
blvd., N. Miami.
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Aged Home to Swap Cott
A m.iinr nhiertivp nt thp .Ii>wih Hums tnr ih An.i___ _._ ... *" -
A major objective of the Jewish Home for the Aged next year will
I he the destruction of the old cottages at its Douglas Gardens site and
the erection of two new pavilions for ambulatory, mentally alert resi-
dents.
Announcement of this major goal was made by Abe Kurman, prexi
dent, bafbn Mime 300 persons at---------
the 12lh annual membership meet-
ing of the Home Sunday. Irving
Oypen, board chairman, maided.
In making his announcement,
Kurman declared that "Hi* Home
is new recognized both from the
point of view of facilities and pro-
gram as on* of the loading re-
habilitative institutions for sen-
ior citizens in the United States."
One third of the board was elect-
oil at the annual meeting. Keelected
were Mrs. Jack Ablin. Jack Carner
David Fleeman. Dr. Samuel Gert-
man, Sam Keywell. Baron de Hirxch
Meyer, Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs
Sam Host. Harold B. Spaet. David
Trau and Julian Wrinkle. Elected
fot the first time were: Harry Alt-
man. Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman
Sam Hennan. Rabbi Vaakov Rosen
berg. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Dr
Joseph M. Weidberg. and Mrs Syd-
ney I, Weintraub.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Stanley
Sty
A great night for the Irishand the JewsSunday as Lord
Mayor Robert Briscoe of Dublin (left) receives special plaque
from Emerald Society of Florida, presented by president James
J Boyle. Israel Bond chairman Jacob Sher looks on with ap-
proval. Dinner and reception boosted Greater Miami sales of
Israel Bonds for 1957 past S390.0O0 mark.
Dub/in lord Mayor Pushes
$140,000 in Bond Sales
Aaron Farr.
Greater Miami Jewrj and Iriab- the Jewish Lord Mara proceeded .' n* officers and board
II 1140400 in State to a reception and dinner m hi. fS^Jf? be 0'Cted at ,he
honor a, the Fontainebleau hotel. Z2L*HZ* t0 SCrve for the
attended by | members of
the Kmerald Society and by two
Catholic priests
Chaiken to Chair Federation Meet;
Officers, Board Elections Scheduled
Leo Chaikin has been named (JA campaign cabinet for manv
chairman of the Greater Miami years.
Jewish Federation 19th -annual j He has also served with Federa
meeting to be held May 20 at the lion's budget committee and has
Seville hotel. been a member of the board of di-
Federation president Howard rectors of the Greater Miami Jew-
Kane Wednesday announced that I ish Communitv Center He belong
Chaikin would direct the big com- *
mittee planning the annual din-
ner, whose theme is '19 Years of
Community Service."
Appointed to serve with Chaikin
on the arrangements committee are
Kane, Martin Fine. Alvin Cassel,
Mrs Irving Cypen. Sam Goldstein.
Mrs Isadore Stakowitz, Milton
Friedman. John Serhin. Louis
Goldman and Mrs
to the Civic League. B'nai B'rith
and is a member of a pioneer Mi-
ami family.
reported on the ,
membership; Z^j
-n.ributed ., &I,
,,*aml bating ^1
;-;H.t.in told C,
Miami Jewith Fj,r
s'"' Ho,pit,| n
Planninq for ,.
*. "Discus.!.*,,,
way with j.Wllh B
regarding the dev,|,
non-institutional ,,
"n.or cities, #
rv need in th, c^J
In addition to Kurma,,
Pen. other officers of th,,
Harold B. Spaet. honorml
dent: Col jaeoh M A '
de Hirsrh Meyer and
lips, vice president;
treasurer; Sam ResnidTl
secretary; Mrs. Sol Siln
responding secretary,
Moses Krieger. recordufi
Americana bought si40.000 in State
ol Israel Bonds Sunday nighl u the
I ord Mayer oi Dublin stole the
rtaoi some 450 South Flondians
1 t ail faiths.
Rt Hon. Roliert Br.seoe pleaded
the causes oi Irish and Israeli free-
1 H the 1957 Israel Bond cam-
in Noared past the S390.000
mark.
Following a reception at the air-
' D) nine mayors and vice may-
1 eater Miami communities.
He reminded the audience that
Ireland still has six of its 32
counties partitioned under Brit-
ish rule and asked world opinion
to unite and achieve complete
Irish independence.
Briscoe said his extended, emhr
, week trip to the United State* had rer^nThn.'IS a,,,0n f "ff"
the full aoDroval of h;s ,ns,,.,.,. f..r> and ard of directors of the
Organizational members of
Federation have the privilege
each year of appointing repre
sentafive to serve on the board
of governors. Groups with a paid
membership of 500 or more may
name two representatives to
serve on the Federation central
board.
Election and installation of offi-
Two 'Firsts' Due At BB Convei
Tm> "firsts" will mark B'nai .gathering and the fit*
Bnths June convention in Miami years the grouT.*
Beach, District Grand Lodge 5 Miami Beach
president-elect E. Albert Pallot said Chairmen of the men's.
Wednesday. Pallot conferred over convention dh2
final plans with Grand Lodge sec S. Schwartz. VI
retary Julius n>her who returned GeorBp Rlitfh "'?J
this week to his B'nai B'rith head-' "" of Parhwl
quarters in Boanoke. Va. Beach Schwaruia
One: a first-time cultural session
on world wide problems has been
set for delegates. The session is
sponsored by the organization's
Jewish adult education committee.
1 whose chairman is William Levy, of
Silver Springs. Md.
Two: delegates' breakfasts on
successive mornings will be held to
cement fraternal bonds and be ad
dressed by
ly installed ;,s president of 1
large Sholom Lodge.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
. ... national Hillel House
n I ubl.n and Lh r,K??,Uen,S U"m"'s "'ision will .No tike d,re*,or Dr-Jdah Shapiro, of New
the I'nited States in behalf of Is- Presld*nt.
Sam ( I.ovenson is chairman of
the nominating committee to select
a slate of officers and members of
the board of governors.
Chaikin is associate treasurer of
Federation and a member of the
executive committee and board of
rnors He has served as chair-
man of the CIA Liquor Division and
has |K.,.n an acve member of (he
raeli and "Irish ranatw
Mayor Randall N Christmas of
Miami and Vice Mayor MareJa Lib-
erman of Miami Beach presented
I Mayor with keyi | ,heir
Rahbi Leon Kn.ni-h gave the
invocation and benediction, and
Rabbi Irving Lehman ofiered the
community raspoB
The Lord Mayor said he believed
"the free world is beginning to
realize that Israel acted in Bell de-
fense when she invaded the Sinai
Peninsula last October "
He uked the audience to bin Is.
rael Bonds on th- hflada at a sound
m**nent as well as on an emo-
ttonal basil to help -our co-religion-
Convention dates are June 22 to
26. The convening District 5 in-
cludes 22.500 members in seven
states.
B'nai B'rith is the worlds old-
est Jewish service organization now
in its luth year. This is its 81st
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SMOtlUND '.'-
AJCom. to Mark National Anniversary-
Meyer. Col. Rood Named to Exec. Posts
Creator lf,._; _t___ .. ~w W.JI.J
Greater Miami chapter of the
American Jewish Committee will
honor the national organization's
Emcmu-EI Picked
As Headquarters
Temple Emanu Fl will be head-
rters for the sub-regional con-
\ention of the Southeast region of
I mted Synagogue Youth this week-
nd.
Youngsters will be arriving from
all parts of Florida and Georgia. |
and many will be guests at the:
homes of Temple members for their'
three-day stay in Miami Beach
A full round of activities has
I een planned for the conventioners.
hieh will include special religious
-ervices. seminars, outings and
joining with the Temple teen-
agers for the Sunday Morning
Youth Breakfast
50th anniversary at a cocktail par-
ty Sunday. May 12. from 4 to 6
P.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Leo Robinson. 4430 Pine Tree dr
.,.r ob-*n is a pest preaUaM
of the Greater Miami AJCommittee
chapter.
In charge o* rr.ngwnent. .re
Charles Goldsteen. who will be
assisted by Mrs. Cherkn Fink...
S!2l-. i lrvin *"*' M^-
JJrbert Mathes end m,^ v-n
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, founder
and ftrst president of the local
chapter, was elected a vice presi-
dent of the national group at its
50th annual meeting in New York
City some two weeks ago. Elected
to the national executive commit
tee was Col. Nathan B. Rood.
Col. Rood, a vice president of the
local chapter. is chairman of its j
committee on community relations j
Camp Cherrylog
Opens to Girls
(amp Cherrylog in Georgia will
this year open its facilities to girls
as well as boys, for the first time"
Affiliated with the American
< -.mping Assn the camp ,s high
in the Blue Ridge Mountains2 000
I fwt high on the old hunting
I Broods of the Cherokee Indians
Programs for youngsters include
horseback riding, riflery. archery
Rimming, over night camping and
other sports.
rhlJ?Un,ain cm* on Camp
(herrylog premises, swimming ,n
anT* ,Knd "l nearby '**-these
^L sPec'* make the
camp ,n attraction for boys and
I girls on vacation.
j SeSonrunS from July 1 to Aug
J^jjd Reginald E. Ros, i. camp
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NEAR JAOtSON
MEMORIAL HOSf-
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Gary, son of Mrs. Di-
J Mslnick, became Bar
|h at Saturday moming
\s of Temple Emanu-El.
Irving Lehrman officia-
winiel is the nephew of
L Mrs. Stanley Sen
[whom he is visiting
Ihile staying at the Del-
Lei.
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kelly. 131 SW 31st ct..
became Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, Apr. 27, at Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Commun-
ity Center. Rabbi Leo Heim
officiated. Stanley is a stu-
dent at Flagler-Granada Sun-
day school and attends Kin-
loch Park Junior High.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ivor Blacker, 1281 Stillwatlr
dr., became Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning, Apr. 27, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiated. Michael is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Gerald Sheldon, son of Mr.
"and Mrs. Albert L. Rutberg,
100 Kennison dr., Orlando,
Fla., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, May 4, at Congre-
gation Ohev Shalom in Or-
lando. Rabbi Maurice Idell
will officiate. Gerald is a
nephew of Rabbi Morris
Skpp, Temple Judea spiritual
leader. Coral Gables, and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Skop, Orlando.
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Mannen, 9770 E. Bay
Harbor dr., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
May 4, at North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Abramowitz
will officiate. Richard is a
student in the religious school
of the Center and attends
Nautilus Junior High.
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Baltuch, 834 Ray-
fit, became Bar Mitz-
irday morning, Apr.
Shore Jewish
. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
^offkiated. Harris is a
n in religious school of
and attends Nautilus
[High.
Louis Bernard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Greenfield, be-
came Bar Mitzvah at Satur-
day morning services of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated. Louis is
a seventh grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High and
attends Temple EmanuEl re-
ligious school.
\
Alan Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Medof, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning at Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Alan is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus and
attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious schooL
Family Assists
At Bar Mitzvah
Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Meltzer. 1425 SW 18th st., Miami,
became Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Apr. 27, at Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April offi-
ciated.
The Bar Mitz-
vah's older bro-
ther, Alfred, con-
ducted the Shach-
rith service. His
grandfather read
the Portion of the UWIS
Law. Brother Harvey conductet
the Musaf.
The Bar Mitzvah read the Haf-
torah and addressed the congrega-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Meltzer were
hosts at Kiddush following the ser-
vice.
North Dade PTA
Elects Officers
Slate of officers elected to the
PTA of the North Dade Jewish
Center at its quarterly meeting
Monday included Mrs. Milton Be-
resh, president; Mrs. Charles Weiss-
man, first vice president; Mrs.
Jerry Kramer, second vice presi-
dent; and Mrs. Maurice Neu, third
vice president.
Mrs. Arnold J. Stern was elected
ecording secretary; Mrs. David
Greene, corresponding secretary;
ind Mrs. Ewald Ziffer, treasurer.
LEGAL NOTICE
Afflicted Children To Receive Help
nounces that a picnic luncheon will
be served at noon. Proceeds will
go to the Child Rescue Fund in
Israel.
HMMM click
>nard Glick
far Mitzvah
and Mrs. Harry Glick, 1750
ffl ve.. Miami Beach, an-
" Bar Mitzvah of their
"Wrd, at Torah Temple
J morning, May 4.
' Abraham M. Cassel and
^ A. (assel will officiate,
y Cantor Barnett Glick.
wd is an eighth grade stu-
i u*tnt school and is active
' 0I the school's youth pro-
Help Launch
1in Campaign
1 **um. Francisco Herrera
% Lssegian are three of
t** on the Miami Mar-
Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Greenberg, 716 Mich-
igan ave., Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah, Satur-
day morning, May 4, at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Rabbi David Lehrfield and
Cantor Abraham Seii will of-
ficiate. Irving is an eighth
qrade student at Miami Beach
High and attends Kneseth Is-
rael religious school.__________
Trachoma and post-polio cases
among children in "Haruvit," a
transit village situated at the foot-
hill- of the Judean mountains, will
he cared for through the aid given
by the Child Rescue Fund proceeds
from the annual Mother's Day par-
ty to be given by Pioneer Women's
Club II on Sunday in the Raleigh
hotel.
Mrs. Bernard Powell, president,
has arranged an interesting pro-
gram for the afternoon with Mrs.
Mania Shubow, acting chairman.
Mrs. Sonia Win will offer Yiddish
and Hebraic songs. Mr. Bernard
Powell will greet club members.
The club will honor the follow-
ing members for their outstand-
ing work: the Mesdames Rose
t Kati, Nathan Bookspan, Rose
Aster, Rose Marcus and William
Malmuth.
Crandon Park Pit No. 3, Lot No.
2 will be a busy hive of much activ-
ity on Sunday when Golda Meir
Club and friends gather for their
annual Mother's Day picnic.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, president, an-
lins this season, responsible for the
teams fast getaway in the chase for
the 1937 International League pen-
nant.
Landnim, a real speed merchant
on the basepaths, has already stolen
four bases, only or.e lesa than was
stolen by the club leader during the
entire 1956 season.
An excellent bunter, Don ha
safety on *'
casions by bunting. He h cap-
able of hitting to all fields, and
e result, the defense cannot
play him In any set position.
Landrums 13 hits and .394 bat-
ting average through the first sev-
en games leads the Marlins.
Herrera. the towering first base
roan, has shown excellent power
and speed on the basepaths. De-
fensively, he ranks with the best in
the game today Big Frank is cur-
rently clouting the ball at a .400
pace.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY,
TLOR.DA. No. 201101
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
[PERCY II. CADOW,
Plaintiff;
vs.
PETER TEXIDOR,
i lefendanL
Too, lane Vi..|.l Colon. 14E Summit
Place, Bronx, New fork, are required
t,i flu- your asewer to the dlvori
complaint with the clerk of tin- above
couii and serve a copy upon Herman
Cohen, plaintiffs attorney, 1308 Oon-
Kresa Bids; Miami, ("luililx. <>n <>i be-
fore June ".. INI or etas complaint
will be taken ax ooafeoeed against
von. I>al.- E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerh of
(eaal) the Circuit Court.
B] WM W. STOCKING. Deputy Cl.-rk
:. .i-ki-i7-:'I.
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And Every
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Friday & Sunday
Over Station
WAHR
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11:15 until 11:30 P.M.
Com* in and moot HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Your Councilman, at Headquarters
1600 Washington Ave.
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