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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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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 JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
31 Number 19
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1957
Price 20c!
irael Non-Committal on Eisenhower Doctrine;
lit in Ranks Denied by Mapai Spokesmen
UAL DINNER MAY 20
(anner Named Head
>/ Federation for '58
to
id of
in on
Push
M. Katiner, a resident of the Miami area for the past 30
with a distmuished record of service in numerous civic and wel-
rograms. has been nominated to serve as president of the Greater
Jewish Federation for the coming year.
selection climaxes Kanner's 13 years of active participation
+in Federation and the Combined
Jewish Appeal. Sam Levenson was
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee.
Kanner has been vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration for the past five years
and an active member of the board
of governors and executive com-
mittee. He directed a successful
Combined Jewish Appeal drive as,j.
its chairman in 1954 and served as
a member of the CJA campaign ad-
visory council for the past four
years.
Jews
SHINGTOM (JTA>The State
ment Wednesday informed
t York Democratic Congress-
Ithat the I luted States would
e efforts to persuade Saudi
to lift its ban against U.S.
brce personnel of Jewish faith
Dhahran airbase.
rt C. Hill, Assistant Secre-
State, said in a letter on
of Secretary Dulles that the
f the U.S. agreement with
Arabia was not an issue.
, said Mr. Hill, "the problem
admission of persons of the
Contirv.td en Pate IA
Eban to Give U.S. Reply
On Decision of Coalition;
Strong Opposition by Left
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe Israel Cabinet spent five hours Tuesday dis-
cussing the Eisenhower Doctrine. Afterwards it issued a non-committal
one-sentence communique revealing the subject of its meeting but fail-
ing to indicate the nature of the decision it reached or even if it had
come to a decision.
It is quite obvious that when James P. Richards, President Eisen-
hower's special ambassador to thi +-----------------------------------------------
AARON KANNH
Middle Fast who went there to
sound out reaction to the Eisen-
hower Doctrine, reports to the Pres-
ident, he will not be able to give
him Israel's reply. When a cabinet
decision is reached it will be con-
In 1956, ha was vice chair-
man of the Business and Profes-
sion* Council in that campaign
and headed the Trades Division
of CJA in at least three different
years,
A Miami attorney and member
of the Florida Bar Assn., the new
Federation president has demon-
strated a deep interest in a var-
Continued on Page 7A
ummr m wu dispmv
neasy Peace Prevails
Hussein 'Scores' Win
is
I'SALEM (JTA) An un-
ity peace prevailed on Israel's
Plosive borders this week as
of the by-products of the mil-
p7 dictatorship young King Hus-
pn clamped down on his seelh-
I Jordanian kingdom.
[Whether the '22-year-old King
?"Id maintain his newly-pro-
"med independence, including
[Hat rejection of any American
P via the Eisenhower Doctrine,
Fumed to be determined.
I His swift seizure of control over
mobs on whom Egypt and Sy*
' "ad counted to overthrow him
W sharp blows at Dictator Nas-
Fs Pan Arab ambitions. Both
pPt and Syria were too occu-
rs1 with the sudden turn of
w fortunes in strife-wracked
n to pay much attention to
< Virtually no border at-
"* occurred.
[Another by-product was an Eis-
oww Administration decision
special presidential envoy
P. Richards might do more
'nan good by visiting the
'Arab countries on behalf of
_tsenhower Doctrine. He was
Cr immediately after his last
""* East stop-over-Israel.
One result the Israelis hoped
would emerge from Richards'
conversations with Premier Ben
Gurion, Foreign Minister Mrs.
Gold* Meir, Finance Minister
Levi Ethkol and Trade Minister
Pinhas Saphir was a definition
of the key term in the Eisen-
hower Doctrine: Communist ag-
gression.
This Israeli interest in precise
Military Parade Marks
Independence Day Fete;
War Booty Conspicuous
TEL AVIV(JTA)Half a million Israelis lined the main streets
of Tel Aviv Monday to cheer a five-mile-long military parade as the
State of Israel entered its tenth year with pride in its past, confidence
in its present and hope for the future.
The parade marking Israel's ninth Independence Day was the largest
ever held. The spectators, likewise, were the most numerous in the
short history of the state.
1tt\ Pro.
MUST FACE CONFLICT BOLDLY
veyed to Washington by Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban.
Circles close to the Mapai party
Tuesday pooh-poohed reports of
an impending cabinet crisis over
objections by Mapam and Ach-
dut Avodah, left-wing parties in
the government coalition, to ad-
herence to the Eisenhower Doc-
trine. They predicted with con-
siderable assurance that a for-
mula would be found acceptable
to both Washington end the left-
wing coalition parties. ,
Informed circles have insisted
that opposition to joining any ar-
rangement resulting from the Eis-
enhower Doctrine has arisen on
several levels from the left-wing
parties within the Mapai and in the
Foreign Ministry. The left-wing op-
position raised on ideological and
political grounds was expressed
Monday night when a Mapam dele-
gation spent an hour at Premier
Continued on Page 3 A
President Itzhak Ben Zvi, Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion and Army
Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Moshe
Dayan stood on the reviewing stand
to take the salute of the marching
units. Gen. Dayan was easily the
hem of the day and spectators
shouted themselves hoarse with
cheers of "Moshe, Moshe" when-
ever they eaught sight of him.
Several thousand notables oc-
cupied a special bank of seats near
the reviewing stand. Among them
were diplomats, members of the
government and Parliament, relig-
ious leaders, a delegation from the
Israel Bond organization and large
numbers of tourists. Among the
diplomats present were military at-
taches and representatives of al-
meanings stems from the fact that j most every country with which Is-
Continu.d on Page 11 A Continued on Page 5 A
Legion Urges Support
Of Israel in Mideast
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (JTA)
The American Legion, the na-
tion's largest veterans' organiza-
tion, made public a resolution this
week adopted by its national exe-
cutive committee accusing Egyp-
tian President Nasser of serving
world Communism and calling up-
----------------- ?
Reform Group Blasts Anti-Zionists
TORONTO (JTA)The Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
cast aside the last faint traces of
Anti-Zionism at its 44th General
Assembly with a ringing affirma
tion of support for Israel and one
of the most severe denunciations
ever made publicly against the anti-
Zionist American Council for Ju-
daism.
The mamraotl Assembly of 3.000
ale*aatea "approved a wide-ranging
program to expand American Re-
form in a variety of areas, based
on a "two-year program" for the over-all program, the resolution
consolidation of American Reform called for an expanded program of
religious education, the "raising of
capital sums" for a substantial in-
crease in the number of religious
camps, the creation of an additional
350 social action committees to
augment the 200 already in exist-
ence in congregations to foster
"great social awareness," the es-
tablishment of missionary-type re-
ligious caravans composed of rabbis
Continued on Page 8A
Judaism's recent gains.
The program also gave a man-
date to the UAHC, central associa-
tion of Reform congregations. not
only to further the knowledge of
Reform Judaism to its own constit-
uency but to Jewry in general and
particularly to the unaffiliated
Special emphasis was placed by the
delegates on the program aimed al
the unaffiliated.
In addition to this phase of the
on the U.S. Government to sup-
port Israel's rights in the Suez
Canal and Gulf of Aqaba as vital
to basic American interests.
The Legion said the United
States should "face the Arab-Is-
raeli conflict, directly and boldly,
the root of which is that some
countries in the area have refused
to reconcile themselves to the ex-
istence of the Israeli democracy."
It charged that Soviet success in
the Middle East "is generally the
doing of one manthe Egyptian
dictator, Nasserwho has played
the Soviet game and has become
an open accomplice of world Com-
munism."
The Legion found it "disturb-
ing" to observe "our own gov-
ernment treating this dictator
as if he were a respected mem-
ber of the world community,
appeasing him at he violate* in-
ternational law and decency.
Continued on Page 2A


Page 2-A
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Food Chain Affirms Kosher
Practice in Meat Markets;
Denies Ohio Rabbi's Charge
garded Orthodox
here in Miami."
Jewish rabbis
A large food store chain, three of
whose local markets have special
lacl.ta.-s for the sale of kosher, fh^,.,,,,, lnvil0(1 ,he Orlho T"1 ",VT ?", U ^"iMW'inatc u oU a* any and all f
Molatwl the laws ot Ultimo** Ju-!(hise vh
(I..ISI11.
The denial came from Samuel
Knedland. chairman of the hoard of
F iod Fair Stores. Inc.. the chain
in question, who blasted the charge
ot violation by Rabbi Eliezer Sil-
ver of Cincinnati, O.. president of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada.
Friedland d?clared that Rabbi
Silver's statement "is complete-
ly false and unfounded."
Friedland said that Food Fair
Kosher Markets were never tried
here on charges that they had vio-
e vtio may so desire to inspect
'the markets they have been oper-
ating, to come in and see them
at any time."'
According to (he Food Fair of-
ficial, "no notice has been given
to Food Fair Kosher Markets of
any such trial or any such edict
as was mentioned here this week.
Otherwise, the Kashruth super-
visory body, as well as Rabbi
Rackovsky, would have been no-
tified."
Friedland charged that "the tajbt
statements made" were set forth
for one reason: "That is because
lated the laws of Torah and Kash- lever since the opening of the Food
ruth, adding that "since the very
day the Kosher Meat Markets v.. re
opened-they have been under the
constant supervision of the reeog-,
nized Orthodox Jewish rabbinate of
Greater Miami and of Rabbi Joseph
Fair Kosher Market?., we have sold
under the most Kosher and sanitary
conditions the finest Kosher meats
at a much lower price than those
specific butchers whose agent has
made the false statement."
Friedland declared it was his in-
F.. Rackovsky. one of the highly retention "to continue to offer the
Legion Urges Support
Of Israel in Mideast
public the same service as in the
past I freely invite anyone who
wishes to visit the Kosher markets
to do so. The Food Fair Kosher
Market has been kept and shall
continue to keep all of the laws
that refer to Kashruth and the
Torah."
Philip Weiss, president of the
United Balabatim Vaad Hakash-
ruth of Greater Miami, recently
organiied unified agency here for
surveillance of the sale of Kosher
foods and the facilities in which
they are sold, replied to a query |
Tuesday "that the Vaad did not
receive any official decree or or-
der from any rabbinical group,"
adding that the Vaad would dis-
cuss the entire issue at an emer-
gency meeting later.
President of the Dade County
Kosher Butchers (iuild Herman
Dale declared that "there is nothing
to add as comment to the situation
not when a decree comes down
from the highest tribunal of Jewish
law. That answers the question.
We have a united Vaad in the com-
munity. It's now up to the rabbis
to take the necessary action in ac-
cordance with Jewish law."
Rabbi Rackovsky said "there has
been absolutely no violation of any
kind respecting or relative to the
laws of Kashruth in the local Food
Fair Kosher Meat and Poultry Mar-
kets. Furthermore, there has been
no trial of any kind with the local
Food Fair Kosher Meat and Poul-,
trj Markets These markets there-i
fore continue to retain the same
status in regard to observance of
Kashruth as before and are en-
dorsed by the United Balabatim
Vaad."
J|*"* May
UM Med Profs In Talks Here
With a board of directors includ-
10.1
ing Dean Homer F. Harsh of the
J University of Miami medical school,
the National Research Foundation
for Parkinson's Disease held its
first public meeting Monday at the
Monte Carlo hotel.
Speakers were Dr. Irwin Perlmut-
ter and Dr. Samuel Gertman, fac-
ulty members of the medical school
Dr. I'erlmutter is associate proles
i sor of neuro-surgery. Dr. Gertman I
is clinical assistant professor ofi Fk*llllionor luncheon a
medicine and chiof of the Geriatric ami Bpa Clinic.
from Chicago '""
Miami members of ,1,.
non-sectarian p Mhc">
-"nty.have&^i,,
rsf Donor 1W|,C},W,
Parkinson's disease afflicts the
elderly. It attacks youngsters
following brain or spine injury.
Others on the board of the newly-
chartered Foundation are Lee M.
W'orley. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rose
Saturday noon a- fT
bleau hotel Mrs. Ye
chairman Program chuT
National hotel.'
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*P*ee inspection
Rabbi Joseph E.
Raclunbj
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45 MKHIGAN avimi WiM
" if U>n
WORLDS LARGEST
Continued from Page 1 A
particularly his outrageous dis-
regard of the right of Israel and
all nations to use the Suet inter-
national waterway." It empha-
sited that it was at a loss to un-
derstand why the same pres-
sure brought against Israel, Bri-
tain, and France "has not been
applied to the dictator who has
violated every lew of human de-
cency end peace."
A* l"ng as the Suez Canal re-
mains under "Soviet Knyptian
nomination." the Legion vaid this
country must explore alternative
oil routes from the Red Sea to
Western Europe as imperative for
Western defenm. It was recom-
mended that "we should push
plans under private sponsorship
for a pipeline from the Gulf of
Aqaba to the Mediterranean, for
with such an alternative route we
will no longer be subject to Nas-
ser's domination."
The Legion called for a solution
of the Arab refugee problem, de-
scribing the refugees as "political
pawns to Nasser's game." It rec-
ommended that "a first step
should be to put the Gaza Strip
under IN rule so that this area
would no longer be used as a base
for aggression."
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May
10. 1957
.Steftfcflacftfae
Sim Campaigner Will
Visit for Bond Push
Page 3-A

The 37-year-old career officerwhose
military maneuvers have been ex-
amined by Army staffs and mili-
tary editors throughout the free
world has distinguished himself
governors of the Greater Miami
| committee for State of Israel Bonds,
in the field of military science for has accePted chairmanship of the
startling and unorthodox
more than 10 years.
Jacob Sher, Greater Miami chair-
man for State of Israel Bonds taJd
Nathan Vlock, a Guardian of Is-
COl. BINJAUIN GIVU rael and a member of the board of
Hi Dade Area Will Fete Israeli
versary of the independence of the
State of Israel Monday night, May
20
Beth Fmeth Congregation will
serve as host synagogue for the af-
(r- which will honor Col. Benja-
min Givli. heroic leader of Israel's
-oHhern area command. Beth
Fmeih is located at 12250 NW 2nd
ave.
-I
Greater Miami congrega-
te rapidly crowing North
[ county area will join in a
jig honoring the ninth anni-
:al Rabbis Will
Heard on ABC
Sunday. May 10. Ita'^ii .*>
[R. Narot, of Temple It.?"'.
appear in an toast-to-coast "ftcssa"- of!
His topic is "SorryTrou-
the Cable."
Sunday. May 26. Rabbi Leon
sb. of Temple Beth Sholom,
bjCDtt "Warfare vs. Welfare"
e same program.
he appearance* of the local
i art part of a "tour of the
," which began on Sun-
with Rabbi Hymen Judah
Kh'el, of Congregation Both
I at Houston, Tax.
fCsmpleting 23 years of un-
upted broadcast as the only
lal weekly Jewish religious
I services, "Message of Israel"
hrd over 200 stations in the
I as well as over 100 Armed
stations throughout the
7e --!e Sinai, with president
David Koooolman and Rabbi Ben-
no M. Wallach, and Monticello
Park Congregation, president
Harold V. Brown and Rabbi
Isaac Lerer, are cooperating in
tho North Dade-wide birthday
celebration.
President Stanley Clatter of Beth
Kmeth is chairman of the indepen-
dence celebration committee, with
Morris Goldfarb and Rabbi David
Herson serving with him.
lei Stands Pat
Ike Doctrine
[ Continued from Pago 1 A
I Ben Gurion's residence out-
I its position.
ule there is little doubt that
|Premier favors adherence to
I IS Doctrine, policymakers
|uyin? to work out the objec-
i within Mr Ben Gurion's own
a.' well as a course which
[improve Israel's position both
llion to the Arab states and
SSR.
as indicated that the discus-
whin the cabinet Tuesday
strictly on political aspects of
iPfotlem. Ii is understood that
in the most favorable of cir-
<' Israel's share of funds
through the new Eisen-
Middle East program would
:ible
Washington Ave.
Group Reveals
Board Members
Twenty-nine civic leaders were
elected to the board of directors of
the Washington Avenue Assn. for
the ensuing year at a meeting Fri-
day, at 1370 Washington ave., ac-
cording to Ray Redman, executive
director.
Named were Milton Smith, Mar-
cus O. Sarokin, Ben E. Bronston,
Jack D. Gordon, John E. Porte, Max
Boderman. Harold Thurman. Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, C. L. De-
vine, James E. Dougherty, Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman, Councilman S. J.
Halperin.
Carl T. Hoffman, James F. Math-
ews, E. Nash Mathews, Eduardo
Morales, Jack Silverman, William
Taradash, William Burbridge, Ber-
nard S. Feiner, Mitchell Potter,
Jack Stein, Morris Lerner, D. C.
Johnson, County Commissioner
Chuck Hall, Joseph M. Rose. Leo
Radoff, George Hirsch and Hy-
man P. Galbut.
Officers of the Washington Av-
enue Assn. will be elected at the
next scheduled board of directors
meeting.
meeting.
Participating will be Jewish or-)
ganizations in the North Shore and
Normandy Isle sections of Miami
Beach, Surfside. Bay Harbor
Islands, North Bay Village, Sunny
Isles, Golden Shores and Golden
Beach, according to Vlock.
During Israel's War. of Libera-
tion, Col. Givli served as head of
Army Combat Intelligence, and
helped pave the way for many of
Israel's g r e a t e st maneuvers
against the seven invading arm-
ies. He was appointed Director
of Intelligence at Army head-
quarters in 19S0, and during 19S3
and 1954, he came to the United
States to study international rela-
tions at t h e Woodrow Wilson
school of Princeton University.
Col. Givi was also a member of
the famous "Wingate Night Raid-
ers," the forerunner of the elite
Palmach Corps, and spent almost
seven years in the Haganah train-
ing thousands of members in the
use and care of weapons.
He was born on his family's farm
in Petach Tikvah. Israel's oldest
Jewish pioneer settlement. He is
the son of one of the founding
members of the State of Israel. Col.
Givli is married and has a 12-year-
old daughter.
The State of Israel Bond issue,
according to Sher, is the central
source of investment capital for
Israel's historic program of eco-
nomic development. Proceeds de-
rived through the sale of Israel
Bonds are making possible the
growth of industry and agriculture,
the expansion of irrigation, con-
struction of roads, harbors and rail-
ways, the increase of electric pow-
er, and exploitation of natural re-
sources.
Monticello Park Program
for Youngsters Revealed
Congregation Monticello Park
Wednesday announced its summer
program for boys and girls, ages 4
to 7 years.
Tho program will consist of two
periods, four weeks each, June 17
to July 12 and July 15 to Aug. 9,
from 9 a.m. to noon.
Creative activities
games, trips, crafts,
dancing.
will include
singing and
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Volume 31 Number 19
Friday. May 10. 1957
9 Iyar 5717
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by LEO MINDLIN
P0'1^ "'" the *J*M
Dulles-style *1**>I
JUST WATCHFUL WAITING .
Dag's Guilty Conscience
Dag Hammarskjold is extremely sensitive
these days-sessitive. that is. when it comes to
Israel.
On his recent trip to Egypt, the UN Secre-
tary General avoided a return route via Israel
rT"Se' A* Jde?lared- ,h ^ael government
had snubbed him.
The 'snub.' if such there was. came in the
arm of criticism directed against Mr. Ham-
marskjold for the manner in which he approach-
ed Egyptian authorities in deliberations follow-
^i81?? withdrawl from Gaza and Sharm
el Sheikh.
To be more specific, many international ob-
servers credit Mr. Hammarskjold with partial-
ity toward Egypt and lay at the feet of this par-
vy TTypt" success,ul violation of her role
in the UN resolutions calling for Israel's ouster
from the Sinai Peninsula.
To Mr. Hammarskjold's partiality, in a
word, are attributed Nasser's military and civil
return to Gaza and Nasser's renewal of threats
to blockade all shipping to Israel through the
mm l,Aqal>a ~~a11 specially prohibited by
up* or U.S. decree.
Neither is the Secretary General totally
blameless in Egvot's staagering audacity to-
ward the West with regard to future use of the
Suez Canal.
But while these are serious charges levelled
against Mr. Hammarslaold. oerhaps the most
serious of all hi* role in Eqyot's continued
assumption of "belligerent riahts" in her decl-
ines with Israel. Counter to both the spirit and
letter of everv United Nations ruling on this is-
sue, this position has neither been seriously
nor persistently challenged by Mr. Hammarsk-
jold.
Mr. Hammarskjold. contrarilv. reckoned
himself amona the hiqhlv "ethical" and "riqht-
eouslv ancrn'" mn in his eampaiqn for "jus-
tice" in the Middle East on the occasion of Is-
rael's recent effort orice and for all to expose
Nasser as the fraud he is. Were Mr. Hammarsk-
jold to brina to his peace efforts these davs even
a fraction of he intensity *-e btiuaht to his drive
tc oust Isrol from Gar*. Eavpt would hardly be
General presumes.
For these reasons, amona others. Mr. Harn-
marskiold ha* a rioht to rw* nwMf rael. But he is pnfQft in h;< be,iof that the Is-
rael aovmF"nt "snbs" him. Prior to his de-
rxin.,r^ for F-rooe l~t wk h- wnt n^it,
officially incited to visit tr>. Tevrish State. If the
Secretfrrv Conaral tn~Vc~ jn ),; >invirv. it
is fimnlv that he suffers from a terribly guilty
conscience.
The First Decade;
Israels Freedom
And Her Future
Israel begins its tenth year of independence
fob week in an atmosphere of Near East ten-
sion one in which she has lived since first she be-
came a free nation back in May. 1948.
The strains of the past year have been
especially evident what with a whirlwind cam-
paign in the Sinai Peninsula fought against
Egypt to ward off a carefully-planned Nasser
campaign designed to destroy Israel once and
for alL
The Jewish State's major goals, the neu-
tralisation of Egypt's commando raiders and
establishment of the international status of the
Straits of Tiran. may sot have been uniformly
achieveddue principally to the appeasement
policies of our State Department.
But despite the strain. Israel emerges into
her tenth year of independence stronger, more
flexible, more ready for emergency, than ever
before in her brief modern history. There Is
a new respect in the world for this doughty
peoples determination to be free. There is new
hesitancy on the part of her neighbors to sell
Israeli resourcefulness short
.!', mVODe anything really suffers in the
Middle East a retrospective view will show
that it is Western diplomacynot Israel's prog-
nosis However dark the forces surrounding
her. however threatening their motions, how-
ever much her erstwhile friends foil to support
even her most minor interests, for Israel there
are bright days aheaddays lit by the dedi-
cated labors of her people, flaming with the
ambition of a nation to stand proudly among
Multiple Appeal Headaches
The extensive problems with which mul-
tiple fund appeals beset a community were
h^r o? rJ?* IT* by ,he decision of a num-
ber o Greater Miami's leading orqanizations
to, unite into a single drive for maximum bud-
qeting benefit to participants and minimum
bother to residents.
l F.r the JeWish """munily here, this move
iPUrS?eVhould Serve as an admirable
example. The Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
!on o? B,.X "*** ag announced its inten-
!yL^." 'ockle the multiple
^^.J118 announcement came after long delib-
eraton and speculation over the sapping of
tfcT c^TT,y'* P^anthropic resources
at the height of the overall annual CJA cam
vaZ ^unless organisations of vaxyTa
SiT|a"KMTi increa.ingly becomes a wS
San nn' iTdTM to a" CaU8es no matter how
high up or ow down they may be on the roster
of general Jewish need.
The meeting, scheduled for Thursday in
Miami Beach, could take heart in it. intention,
ham the enthus.astic manner in which tie ge"
eral community responded to the newlvS
nounced united fund drive. newiy-an-
No one will presume to evaluate the mir
Pose, or significance of many fine nanonal Jew-'
k S!r Wi,H ^ mc<* h" hit
*eek financial support from Greater Miami'.
Jewish citizenry-, indeed, fron^ei/c^nt
Neither does Federationthe Jewish nwtm!.
ty's fund raising and planningTagtnc^Zk
de^o'tee","r 2 ^^ l PhualSpicTn
deavor or phUanthropic giving.
Simplv. the aim of a united fund drive i-.
problems wul be resoundingly .uccessfuT
confirmed him as our life-line to Near East wL! d,plom
Fleet into the Mediterranean as a show of si ""*
swift retaliation should this same Nasser meHHi gth ,nd ^
affairs. Here, the Egyptian strong man is no Ion!? rd,n's '
spirit against those nasty, aggressive Israelis hut Ur TOmr*l
stead, who accepts Soviet political and economic ^ M^i
same blithe detachment he brings to his accemTL T*1 "J
generally makes no distinction between East and %, J""
the very basis on which stands our diplomacy abroad-Ik dis,"
in his opposition to the Eisenhower Doctrine and ik """H
and who spends a good deal of time these davs frvi &'ghd*ihl
vestiges of pro-American feeling he discerns a'monThK .,^
This sort of thing would be bad enough overS wk ^'
to popular sentiment, muddlement always reims"fr-. i?!' '
left handed reasoning is a malady thei has gripS t^TH
well. If the White Citizens Councils have K S^
totally to disrupt all peaceful moves aimed at .mLllr *<
1954 Supreme Court decision on segregation EfS" H
Klux Klan. show little more resourcefulness A ".^H
events has evolved to make both suspect in the eve, m ""M
erate" segregationists and to set forth the Klan asV*>l!I*T
terior motives. a demon Hit
nir Mt IXMTIO IN UU-iSTllM
not. however, give rue to evidence that segregationist 3
on the wane. If snti-Negro sentiments are mildly a5 SsSj
pressed, it is that the anti-Semitic vector of race hatred Hi
i tWZi V,lSJS Precisely the rchitecture of KKK tlZM
days. The "moderates" shun the architecture, u well ,s SnS
cause neither in its revival has been able to capture official,
botn have earned officialdom's opprobrium
in K,SSlb!t faC,r h6re is contemPrar> religious zeal rtia,
in the Klan the very impiousness that makes us so fearful ofa
mumsm. In the popular mind, there is no conflict between ttoi
and the anti-Semitism implicit in the segregation integration k
Two nullenia of history teaches its lesson well: humankind nm
hate Jews in the name of God.
Tallahassee-wise, manifestations of left handed reasoning I
forced an investigation into the dealings of the NAACP asii
of the decision to examine the activities of the Ku Klux Klan
feet, this decision places both organizations on a par of intent i
while deplorable in its ultimate meaning, hardlv seems as intei,
ually vicious as a surface reaction would suggest. It is not the goaj
the NAACP our lovable law-makers would seek to bar; this they I
has long been under control. Rather, it is the NAACP attitude (
find disturbing, in the same way that their zeal makes the Klu'n
belliousness appear unsavory to them and falsely exalts them ia t
own self-esteem.
Thus, the respectability with which the moderates" seek to i
their race hatred is the respectability apparently reigning sin.
in our state capital these days. But the respectability, again, u I
handed; it is a sham. Some of the bills approved by the FloridiS
Hearing Committee that went before the House Judiciary SutrCa
tee on Apr. 22 are a case in point.
Mnnoooiocr or rm tykamt
0 RIGHTEOUS are our law-makers in their wrath, that they I
entertained devices such as these to solidify their supreau,
Bill 523-346which makes it a felony and imposes penalties o(jI
five years in jail or $5,000 fine, or both, for engaging in the kindf
suits that have characterized the recent litigation of the X.\ACP|
Florida; Bill 525 348which provides for the same penalties or Jllkt
line for any corporation soliciting or spending funds in liugatiotl
MM certain requirements are met, and which would for all pner'"
purposes abolish the activities of any organization engaged irn
libertarian legislation or litigation; Bill 526-350-which imposesl
same penalties on any officer of "resident and foreign charitable, k.
evolent and educational corporations and associations" who faihl
register their membership, expenditures and sources of funds, r
hold their records open to the Attorney General.
There are others, but these sufficiently expose the sham at^
hassee gentility. The implications here are apparent. Theyrer
a direct blow against the rights and privileges of citizenship.
intend, above all. to censor by blackmail and to urge acquie
through the respectability of unquestioned mass accord. In presu
doing battle against tyranny, they adopt the despised methods dl
tyrant: self-incrimination after the fact of law and informing- U
truth seems relatively simple: there is no respectability here at
I have been speaking of our Tallahassee legislators in an s"-
the board manner This is not altogether accurate There are;
who haven't forgotten they are Americans. One such is Dad* i
Rep John B. Orr. Jr.
r AM AW AMD uoMKtf r CCTMK
|^E IS THE man who presumably committed political suic*^-
the last session when, single-handedly, he thumbed his
hystena in our state governmentend who is back in TaUaUP
today because Dade county told Florida that decency and respe"1
human dignity do not breed self-destruction.
He is the man whose voice was many times singular in -
sition to vicious race measures. He is the man who has sbo
silent, frightened peopleso many, all too many. Jews amongJ*
that the battle for democracy does not always yield brickbat^
medals. He is the man who has set the lie to the charge by "*"
ability that "radicals" and foreigners" are principally beta*"
issues threatening to set the nation against itself and coM*
against community
For John B. Orr. Jr., is a traditional Southerner and an A*j
wfcose dedication to liberty towers as an inspiration to all 'i
rT J^Lm th4rds engraved on a plaque to be pr*5"1^'
prr May 26 by the Anti Defamation League of B'nai BTith. TMJ
bas made a choice for it. Leonard L. Abess Award that is both ww
Mrtening
In addition to reflecting on the League its own purpose'"1
against infraction of the rights of man. the award gin tJ^JnSL
son as Rep. Orr, when emulated by others, may yet make *^3I
meaningful. Thi, one is more than meaningful It. d *"2>3|
re eloquent spokesmen for the justice that must he *
human survival


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May
10. 1957
+ leuhn^rir*1~
Page 5-A.
rael Shows Military Strength in Independence Parade

Continued from Paa* 1 A
has diplomatic relations. The
rrepre^ntativc and several
Communist envoys were con-
Louslv absent, although Hun-
" Jugoslavia and Poland were
,.ent'tl-
roaring jet* overhead and
,rmor and artillary on *
und brought homo vividly to
krt.ll. thi story of French
iljt.ry assistance to tho Jewish
L It quickly became obvioos
hh. civilian* that Israel'* arm-
I toMi had standerdlied thair
uipment by raplacing moat of
kir old heavy waapona, mclud-
those bought from tha Unitad
it, by itams of Franeh manu-
Lturt. Although propsller-
drivan Mustangs had carriad tha
burden of tha air forca contribu-
tion in tha brief Sinai campaign,
two of tha three squadrons of jets
maneuvering over tha parade
ware French made and the third
ware British Meteors.
Among the
captured armor were
eight American Sherman tanks.
Israeli armor also included me-
dium Shermans, as well as French
artillery ;.n<| Unks. Scores of tanks
and armored vehicles spearheaded
the parade through Tel Aviv. They
Although every unit of the Israeli worp fo,1wed by an infantry col-
forces wis cheered mightily as it
strode past, particularly the wo-
men's aompanies. the crowd went
wild as a special section of tanks,
armored cars and artillery captur-
jed from the Egyptians in the Sinai
battles rolled into view The "booty
! column" was led off by Soviet
made tanks of all classes, Russian
troop carriers and other vehicles
Most of the captured artillery was
Czech or British manufactured.
lew Law Firm
[nnounced Here
lobert J LewtaOB and Sanford
| announced Wednesday the
nation of a partnership for the
practice of law, under the
name of I^wison and Freed,
offices at 406 Industrial Na>
bal Bank bid*.. 25 W. Flagler
I miami I.ewison was formerly
at 704 Biscayne bldg., and
d at 1302 Congress bldg.
cwison is president-elect of Sho-
i Lodge. B'nai B"rith, and Freed
he corresponding secretary,
tirison, a resident of Miami
1920. was educated in the pub-
ils of Miami Beach. He ac-
ed his pre legal training at the
lit] of Illinois, and was grad-!
tdfrom the University of Miami j
I school.
addition to his activities with
ai B'rith, I.ewison is also active
Knights of Phythias. Miami
iior Chamber of Commerce, and
Miami Stamp Club. While at-
thngthc University of Miami, he
member of Nu Beta Epsilon
orary lejuil fraternity and Phi
na Delta social fraternity.
reed, born and raised in Miami,
graduated from Miami Senior
fch School and received his law
ee at the University of Florida.
at the University of Flor-
, Freed was a member and vice
^sident of Florida Blue Key, Tau
Hlon Phi social fraternity, and
i Alpha Delta law fraternity, rol-
I graduation, Freed served as
a special assistant attorney general,
with offices in Tallahassee.
Freed is now secretary of the
Miami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, state secretary of the Young
Democrats of Florida, past presi-
dent of the Young Democrats oi
Miami, and is active in the Knights
of Phythias, Moose, and the Ser-
jtoma Club of Miami.
umn in which cadet officers were
the first contingent.
Next came ground units of the
air force, seamen who participted
in the capture of an Egyptian de-
stroyer off Haifa, paratroopers who
had captured Mitleh Pass in the
Sinai, youth units, women's contin-
gents and green-hatted border po-
ice. The infantrymen carried semi
lutomatic rifles, while their non-
oms and the paratroopers sported
'he Israeli-made Uzzi, believed by
Israeli military men to be the
world's best submachine gun.
Observers were struck by the
overall impression of youth in
the marching ranks. Enlisted
men, non-commissioned officers
and line officers from lieutenant
through major were uniformly 30
years old or less. Most of the top
brass were no older.
The high spirits of the soldiers
aa infectious and civilians joined
in as the uniformed ranks broke
into song at various points along
the five-mile hike. As the first
( French tanks showed up along Ben
, Yehuda street, a large thorough-
\ fare, Israelis of all ages spontane-
ously began singing the Marseill-
aise, the French national anthem.
Naval exercises marked Indepen-
dence Day at Haifa and Elath, Is-
rael's two ports. At Haifa a task
I force of destroyers, including the
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there is chapel which seats 200,
named in honor of Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, and the
facilities for the religious school
that memorializes the name of the
late Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
This year, there are more than
700 children enrolled in the school
that is in ^,1
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_Wion list AuW<. "
"New Auditorium" of Temple Israel will be re-
named "Morris D. Wolf son Auditorium" at 35th
anniversary proceedings Tuesday evening.
Facilities supplement traditional Sanctuary of
original "building. Seating is for 800 persons.
Temple Israel Marks Anniversary
Florida Gov LeRoy Collins Wed-, the fact that while nearly one-half, as well as the officers and directors
nesday hailed the culminating
event of Temple Israels 35th an-
niversary celebration, and Presi-
dent Eisenhower asked a special
asstataal to >end his greetings on
the occasion.
Some 400 Temple members are
expected to attend a congregational
dinner Tuesday evening marking
35 years since the founding in 1922
of Miami's oldest and largest Re
form Jewish congregation. The
Temple s "New Auditorium" will be
renamed and dedicated as the
Moms D Wolfson Auditorium" in
memory' of the late father of Louis
E Wolfson. a Temple vice presi-
dent, during the dinner proceed-
In a special note taking official
cognuance of the anniversary'
event. Gov Collins declared: "I
know the occasion of the 35th anni-
versary and the dedication of your
iuditonum to the memory of Mr.
Morn< D Wolfson will be memor-
able
Whit* House special assistant
Frederic Foa. in a communique
from Washington, said that "This
is a significant occasion in tt-
lifo of the Temple Israel congre-
gation and the President has
asked me to send greetings to the
Temple's members and friends.
of the more than 1.100 Temple Is
rael families live in the Cit> of
Miami, the majority of its mem-
bers reside in Miami Beach. Coral
Gables and other Greater Miami
communities.
The anniversary dinner will
also include the election of offi-
cer* and trustees for 1tS7-SR.
Sam C. Levenson's name has al-
ready been placed in nomination
for the presidency by the con-
gregation's nominating commit-
of the Temple's Sisterhood. Men's
Club and Couples Limited will be
installed by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Temple Israel is a member of the
I'nion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. The Temple's retiring
president. Henry E Wolff, is cur-
rent president of the L'AHC's South
Florida Council and was recently
' named to the Union's national exe-
cutive board. ,
The founding members of Tem-
I pie Israel broke away from a Con-
toe. Others, whose names are on j servative congregation 35 years ago
the slate, include Louis E. Wolf- {|nd> jn 1927> ^ ,, ,.,>,,
son, A. J. Harris and Sam A
Goldstein vice presidents. Wil-
liam Lehman, secretary; Morris
Klass, financial secretary. Max
Holfsberg. treasurer; and Ber-
nard Stevens, assistant treasurer.
Nominated to the Temple Israel
board of trustees are Abe Arono-
vitz. David Bass. Gus Feuer. David
Hochberg. Max Hoffman. Albert 1
Jacobs. Robert Lewin. Mrs. Joseph
Ruffner. Dan B Ruskin. S. E. Sch-
' wartz and Harold Thurman.
AJm asked to serve are Lee Ack-
| erman. E D Blumenthal. Ben F '.
' Danhaum. David Fleeman. Louis E
| Goldman. Aaron M Kanner. Sam
LavM I Scrbin. Joseph Stein.
Leonard Wien and Adolph Wert
, heimer
that has been the members' house
of worship since then. Located at
137 NE 19th st an additional build-
ing was completed two years ago.
In addition to the auditorium that
will be dedicated Tuesday evening.
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\- Temple Israel promotes the
service of God and neighh..r the
White House assistant continued
adding basic strength and
vision to the whole
rr.unit.v
A report of the Temple's ay laws I'ngar has been named "as an 'hon-
committee will include a call for orary trustee."
the changing of the name of the Folowing the election of the Tern-
synagogue to "Temple Israel of pie Israel leadership, all officers
Greater Miami." in recognition of and trustees for the congregation
Completeing the list of nominees
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Resnick. Nathan Lee. Maurice Oro-
vitx. Daniel Richter. William D.
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r films showing various kinds
gums at work will be shown
j to memhrrs of (he Univer-
[ Miami's Joe and Emily Lowe
llery.
tded on the program will be
mwntary showing outstand-
laiun- of the National Gal-
Washington, DC.
[(hit's Modern Art?" help*
r layman'* questions
I abstract painting, utilizing
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I program will begin at 3 p.m.
Labor Committee
Official Scheduled
Dr. Dov Biegun, secretary of the
National Committee for Labor Is-
rael, will be guest of honor at a
meeting of the Israel Ilistadrut
Committee here beginning Sunday
May 19.
Ehiel Lesnwoder. president of
the Greater Miami committee, said
that the meeting will be jn the form
of a conference to be kicked off
with luncheon at the Raleigh hotel.
Local leaders assisting with ar-
rangements are Dr. I. Union, J.
Z. Sradlan, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Powell, David Freedman, Milton
Miller, M. Franklin, Ben Minen-
berg, Aaron Liebman, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Halperin, Jacob Schach-
ter, Mrs. Sophie Kranti, Max B.
Astor, Louis Dukler, Mrs. Isaac
Pushkin, Jacob Rearson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Robbins and Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Cosow
Dr. Biegun was educated in
Europe, where he studied sociology
and economics. A member of the
national executive of the Zionist
Federation of Great Britain and
Ireland and vice chairman of its
economic committee, he was elec-
ted a delegate from Great Britain
to the World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem in 1951. representing
the Labor Zionist movement, and
was a delegate to the 24th Zionist
Congress.
Dr. Biegun served in World War
II with the British armed forces in
France, the Low Countries and Nor-
way. He was a member of the Brit-
ish War Crimes Investigation Unit
of the British Army of the Rhine.

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iety of local and national welfare
and philanthropic causes. He is a
member of the board of Temple Is-
rael, Jewish Home for the Aged,
Greater Miami Jewish community
enter, and a trustee at Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
Kanner is a member of the West-
view Country Club. Tan Kpsilon
Phi. Shriners and numerous other
civic and fraternal group-.
Other officer* nominated for
the coming year are vice presi-
dent*, Shepard Broad, Sam C.
Levenson, John Serbin. Harold
Thurman, Mrs. Carl Weinkle;
treasurer, Sidney Lefcourt; as-
sociate treasurer, Leo Chaikin;
secretary, Arnold Seeder; associ-
ate secretary, Milton A. Fried-
man.
Trustees, Samuel N. Fried'and,
chairman; Abe Kurman, vice chair-
man; William Agranove, Jack ear-
ner. Leo Elsenstein, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Lou Goldman, Ram A. Gold-
stein, Dr. Morris Goodman, Sam J.
Heiman. Howard Kane, M. J. Ko-
pelowitz, Ben Meyers, David Phil-
lips, and Joseph M. Rose,
Honorary trustees are Moses
Oinsberc. Marcie Liberman and
Harry Sirkin.
Official ballot was received this
week by all members of Federation
in good standing in accordance with
Hertz Pushes Drive
In Council Elections
No municipal governing body
can be "truly representative of all
the people if it is dominated by
any one element," Hal Hertz, mer-
chant businessman running for Mi-
ami Beach City Council, charged
this week.
"I'm running on my own plat-
form with no tie-ins. no tickets.
There's nobody behind me but you.
the people. I intend to work only
for you, the people," the candidate
told his workers at meetings
throughout the week.
Hertz, a resident of Miami
Beach and a Lincoln rd. merchant
for nearly 15 years, is basing his
campaign on the theory "that a
truly representative City Council
working for all the people, must
have at least one member with
the ability, the understanding,
the sense and the integrity of a
businessman."
Hertz further pointed out that
"in the past 18 months I have ap-
peared before Council on 19 dif-
ferent occasions, on behalf of the
citizens of Miami Beach, support-
ing or opposing, depending upon
the merit, issues vital to the wel-
fare of our people.
"Now, I ask, is there any aspir-
ing candidate who can make the
same statement? If so, let him
come forward and be heard."
the by-laws of Federation. Addi-.
tional nominations can be pre-
sented to the secretary of Feder-
ation by written petition of any
15 members in good standing and
submitted to Federation not later
than May 15.
According to Federation by-laws,
no additional nominations are
made at the annual dinner meeting j
May 20. The ballot which was re-'
celved by more than 7,000 Feder-
ation members this week also in-
governurs and included the names
of organization delegates submit-
cluded nominations for elective
ted by these groups to the nominat-
ing committee.
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Reform Blasts Council;
Eisendrath in Triumph
Continued from Page 1 A
| lay leaders to bring the me*
e pi Judaism in!" ever)
i >wn and village on the American
continent." and 'he expansion ol
current informational projects on
television and radio "to ore I]
ietter understanding of Judaism in
Centra! and Reform Judaism in
particular.''
In its resolution attacking the
American Council for Judaism,
Federation Dinner
Plans Advancing
Plans an- moving ahead swiftly
for the 19th annual dinner of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
to be held Monday evening. May 20.
at the Seville hotel.
According to chairman Leo Chai-
kin. Mrs Irving Cvpen has been ap-
pointed chairman of the attendance
eomnritta* and Milton A. Friedman
will direct the musical program as-
sisted by Mrs. Ray Berrin.
Mrs Tony Ldne will be in charge
of decorations. A novel feature of
the annual function will be a
en" photo dispiaj ol
the many thousands of volant)
who worked in the 1957 Combined
h Appeal.
the convention said that the
Council has "wantonly impugn-
ed the national loyalties" of all
those American Jews "who dis-
agree with it" and "has furnished
material for professional anfi-
Semites." The denunciation of
the anti-Zionist group, which
claims to represent "classical Re-
form Judaism," included a charge
that in a number of American
Jewish communities representa-
tives of the group "have employ-
ed morally reprehensible meth-
ods to undermine existing con-
gregations and to introduce di-
vision and discord."
ASMrtlng that the anti Zionist
Council for Judaism, "misrepre-
sents historical Judaism as well as
what it calls classical Reform Ju-
daism." the delegates said "there
is no antlthaati batmaaa Judaism
as a religion and Jews as a people."
They emphasized that the "view of
Judaism held by the American
Council for Judaism is at variance
with the view of the overwhelming
majority of Reform Jews in the
I'nited States and Canada."
The delegates ahn charged that
the Council for Judaism has n>
peatedly slandered" the DAHC,
misrepresenting the latter'- poej
I rael by our unstinting support of
! the I'nited Jewish Appeal, by pur-
chase of bonds for Israel and by
I furtherance of every undertaking
for Bon's development.
"We hold it to be our sacred
and solemn obligation to labor
to-other w'th our sister Jewish
organirations and our brother
Jews in America and throughout
be world for the security and
lite of Israel and of the whole of
Jewry," the reso'utiPn continued.
"We commend the president of
the Union, Or. Maurice N. Eisen-
drath, for his selfless, consecrat-
ed efforts to seek the fulfillment
of these aims by cooperation with
the presidents of the great Amer-
ican Jewish organiiations and
other leaders in Jewish and gen-
eral life."
The resolution appealing to Pres-
ident Eisenhower to admit Jewish
refugees from Egypt expresses
"deep disappointment" with the U.
S. failure to offer asylum to the
Jewish victims of the Nasser re-
gime. "This indifference to the tra-
gic plight of the innocent victims
of Nasser's inhumanity stands m
sharp contrast to the prompt and
generous succor offered, with the tifloat,
warm support of the American peo-' such an 'c.,a* nr
pie. to those who fled from Com- The* a "tiWe *w munist tyranny in Hungary." the an endorse0" "' "* **'
resolution says. "There is no jus- Eisendrfh ,of,l*H
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"For the first time in Federa-
t'on's history Combined Jewish
Appeal campaigners will receive
the Ho'lywood treatment through
the eye of the campaign camera,"
said Chaikin. The display will be
on exhibit prior to the dinner and
will feature dramatic highlights
of the CJA fund drive and the
personalities who helped to make
the projects a success.
I and cast aspersions on the Continued from Page 1 A
American lovaltv of our adherents
Also that the anti Zionist Umup Je'
"has played directly into the hands
: \rab propagandists."
In their resolution on Israel, the
delegates salute the people of Israel
"for their heroic sense of freedom
and riuht and for standing fast
1 -t the threat of aggresBkw ba
Arab natii u and the Soviet Union.
We affirm in the strongest aoaafbse
terms our sense of solidarity with
our bcleagured fellow Jewi wher-
one related to the visa regulations
of tha* country." Such visa regula-
tion- were "an attribute of sover-
eignty," the Assistant Secretary
stated.
Mr Hill said, however, that
American concern has been set
forth to Saudi Arabia and that this
government does not condone re-
ligious discrimination by foreign
governments against American citi-
zens. The Hill letter came in reply
ever they may dwell." the resoltt-
Snme 500 persons are expected to '"'" Says
attende the annual dinner function Rejecting as "unjust the effort of to a communication by the 15 New
which will begin with a reception an\ ""^P' '" appease the strong Yorkers to President Eisenhower.
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Mlou-ing is another ir. a series of articles prepared by spiritual
U here for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
'"^h the Greater Miami R4Hm1ic.il Assn. Rabbi Abraham
/ T\\iTClh Israel Horthside Center, is coordinator -' **
bn. program-
rp/#
1 in"
of thu
inition of Strangers
Our Jewish Tradition
IHABBI SIMON APRIL
lylmj Hebrew School
i ind Congregation
I is no parallel in any other
[literature of ancient or
i times with the moral law
M as set forth in the 25th
fthe 19th chapter of Levit-
Ihich teaches justice, love
fcdness towards the stran-
.jclaim liberty to all its
jits" means that the stran-
1 sojourneth with you shall
1 you as the home born
Jvou
^recognition of the stranger
1 additional emphasis and
. in the Talmudic writ-
leloved are the strangers
Iwre.' He who turns aside
|ht of the stranger is as if
J aside the right of God.
[eval and modern teachings
lism are true to the spirit
MUGHTING TIME
6:40 p.m.
tkbctth 4*^4
of the past. This awareness of
our past has given us a sense of
proportion which in essence has
imbued within us a profound and
understanding quality of humility.
It enables us to see the pettiness
of our own prides and prejudices,
when projected against the back-
ground of the infinite. The man
who understands his destiny in
the world and knows his past, can
never arrogate unto himself the
devastating power to destroy
others.
If Torquemada had appreci-
ated this sense of proportion,
would he not have seen the ab-
surdity of trying to destroy an
idea and a people that had sur-
vived the mighty empires of
Egypt, Babylon and Rome? If
Hitler had this sense of propor-
tion and humility, would he not
at once have sensed the futility
of persecuting and torturing a
people who has outlived every
persecutor and tormentor of his-
tory? The trouble with our pres-
.ent dictators and persecutors is
that they lack this sense of pro-
portion and need to be reminded
of what happened to the old Egyp-
tian Pharaohs. I suggest that Nas-
KABBi SIMON APRIL
. may of afroy
sor read the Book of Exodus and
he would stop persecuting the
Jews.
The attitude of those who abuse
and attack the stranger or the
one who is different is endeavor-
ing to subvert the moral law of
the centuries that "Thou shalt
proclaim liberty throughout the
land unto all the inhabitants there-
of." For underlying the present
world conflict is a struggle be-
tween the same two conflicting
idealogies. On the one hand is
the idea of conformity, regimenta-
tion and persecution and the glor-
ification of a state with its em-
phasis upon power and dominion;
on the other hand is the exaltation
of man's stressing human brother-
hood, mutual service and good
will.
The former finds its sanction in
the teachings of Friedrich Niet-
zche, who writes in bis "Geneal-
ogy of Morals" that if Eur6pean
eivilzation is to survive, it must
destroy the old morality of the
Bible and prepare the way for the
morality of the "Superman." To
him, civilization represents a
struggle between two contradic-
tory evaluations of human be-
havior, two ethical criteria, a mor-
ality of masters and a morality of
slaves-. <
From Asia, says Nietzche, and
especially from Palestine, has
come the standard of "slave mor-
ality," breeding subjection, help-
lessness and humility. European
civilization, which is chiefly the
product of Judeo-Christian ethics,
has been polluted by streams of
this Jewish slave morality.
Thus he informed the world
that we had conceived and be-
queathed to mankind a "slave
morality." Will we accept this
challenge? We admit that we are
the custodians of an ethical her-
itage. We acknowledge our deep
concern for the weak, the.oppress-
ed, the stranger, the widow and
the orphan and all the inhabi-
tants. We answer "guilty" to the
charge that we have taught and
still teach "Thou shalt not kill."
We stand convicted of teaching
mankind to proclaim liberty unto
all its inhabitants. We confess
that we have yielded more to con-
science than to passion, to moral
law rather than to the law of the
jungle. We maintain that the
voice of Sinai speaks louder than
the voice of Moscow.
We declare therefore to- the
whole world that not Communism
but true Democracy is our goal.
We reiterate our conviction that
no purpose is justified unless
truth is served, for truth will pre-
vail.
May this great democracy of
America, never stray from the
brilliant principle outlined in
Leviticus, "And thou shalt pro-
claim liberty throughout the land
unto all the inhabitants thereof."
hand- :" "V Hatiirrl S
Bar Mltsvah: bieven, sun "i Mr, .ml
Mrs, Hi- m Ti ..i'1!-. in 1. ,1 0
Mr. ami Mr I K !
ervices in
(greater
ATM ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyle
ox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
> iturday 8:10 a.m.
[Cher: Rahtil Herman I*. Da-
w hi Bholem Con-
pM it
2343 Coral Way.
IIMES.
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[DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosert-
ifor William W. Upton.
"ii: "Counting
kin.- [<-., Count."
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IfL. 5:0 SW 17th ava. Or-
|Ribbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
:<> a.m.
nlty,"

|EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
rv.tive. Rabbi David W.
".I. wish K.1-
' Sarvloe con-
1 p m .-.-
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|*i-i t in th 11.1.1. ., School
.'*' s'er.....11:
f*^"-- Within."
(BRAEL. 4000 Prairia ava.
Rebbi H. Louis Rott-
lp.ni Saturday 8:30 a.m.
**kli I- irtlnn."

JACOB. 301-311 Washinf
_ Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
War Maurica Mamchai.
l-Tk '',",' s"rilav *:SO a.m.
I Mothers of Uroel. '
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[RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
x. Rabbi Aria Bocker.
r-TaVu f'"'""^' : a.m.
"Mothers .uui One Fray-
[TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
bti Jo.aph B. Rackov-
WAY

JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech.
Kriilay S:*r> p.m. at Waal Miami
Junior High School, 7513 Coral Way.
Harmon: "The Jewish Character."
a a
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 11160 NW 196th ft. Con-
servative.
a a
FLACLER- GRANADA. 50 NW
51 St pi. Consarvativa. Rabbi Lao
Halm.
Friday t: !" p I 10 a.m.
'-| i.....ir Children i'ompre-
ii--mi the True Meanlna of Mother'a
Hay?"

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1101 S. Andrews ava.. Ft. Lauder-
Jale. Reform. Rabbi Maries Ran-
son.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Sross.
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HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Consarvativa.
see
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
Hi St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.
FYlday 8:J0 p.m. Rev Jacob rjoldfarb
and aueat Cantor Manny Mand.-I. Mo*-
tfcello Jewlah C.....r, officiating. Har-
mon- Children In the Synagogue.
Non-members Invited.
see
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Rs-
tbrm. Rabbi Minerd Klain.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1775 Monroe) St., Hollywood. Con-
ianti
rvative. Rabbi Samutl Ltrr.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 319B SW
24th ter. Consarvativa. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavtky.
a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
i i ,i % | io p in. Bkttui das t'M '"
Sermon: '"Weekly Portion."
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Barele Kelemer.
Friday fi p.m. Bafurdas y JO .m.
Sermon: "Boundarlea of Mother Love."
a
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
Frldaj B:*o p.m. Sermon "TneGuar-
dians of Our Kiith Saturday I '-
Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Mar Mlts-
i.il,: Jaftray, BOM Ol M*. and Mrs. Elian
Laaaman.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
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University of Miami. Bermon: "The
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6438 SW 8th tt. Consarvativa. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.

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Anniversary of the State of Israel."
Saturday 10:43 a.m. Bar Mltsvah;
Louis, -mm of lir. anil Mrs. Charles
stein; Lewis, ton ol Mr, and Mra. Jack
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filled." Saturday ; a in. Barmon:
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st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
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Kiiday Vl.~ p.m. Sermon: "Impres-
slons of the Toronto Convention." Sat-
urday II a.m. Bar Mllzvah: Richard,
i. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S Ia-i-.
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ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
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Are America." Saturday s:45 a.m. Bar
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Nathan Machtey. fluent speaker: Rab-
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man's Flare in the Home and in the
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Egypt Has Sown the Wind-And Reaps the Whhlm
100 HOURS TO SUEZ. By Robert Henrique*. 206 pp.
New York: The Viking Pret. $3.00.
AS FRESH AS the headlines is this book on the Sinai
campaign, by professional soldier-turned-novclist
Robert Henrique- written with the full knowledge and
help of the Israel government, it took Col. Henriques only
slightly longer, relatively, to compile facts and write the
book than it took Israel to take the Sinai peninsula. The
gngllati commando organizer got his book to the presses
in 38 dayssomething, in publishing, which ranks for
speed with the whirlwind 100 hour- in which Israel hum-
bled Egypt.
Israel did not decide to attack until Oct 25. the day
after the I'nified Command of Arab State- w.i\ established.
She mobilized in an incredible three days. In fact, the
whole campaign was incrediblebrilliant, unorthodox, not
without error, and not without a hilarious side.
Israel knew that Egypt outmatched her in war ma- and three strongly lortified'ooMti'^"
terial: she hoped, however, that they were not yet pro- help, and 40 miles away from i|!-"S a**y lr01
ficient in Its use (When asked by reporters why. if iteey- pact the help to xeach it in 94 h"6"7 ***
really did not know the British and French were going to mint.. *w< .*.:.
bomb Egypt, they did not bomb them themselves, (Jen.
Day an fingered his eye-patch, scratched his bald spot, and
said in a low voice,, "Gentlemen, in strict confidence I
will tell vou why we did not bomb the Egyptian airfields
... we have no bombers.')
She counted also on her assessment of the Egyptian
soldier. "As everyone knows, the Arab is liable to collapse
under any great emotional strain What is more, the
Arab is subject to black moods of depression which, under
adversity, tend to render him useless Thus Israel could
break one of the first rules f wart...
chute battalion in the middle of ,.""\ ,nd *
and three atronelv fortif,,i _..... m> lerritory
^yfrot,^
in Sinai would have meant. ,?-? 7*^
bloody disasters." sI*tacuUr
Mli,TO\ f Iff! IMM V
n w C},. "enrique8 recounts each battle I,
Behind the serious business of strategy h
delightful tales. There was Avra L
mander who lay down to rest the f,r, n,2 *
Mount Sinai. Suddenly, a voice snZ t,*
out of Mount Sinai Jd out of hlTId?*
ham. Avraham-where are you- -^
answered. The voice spoke again *
"The flocks are fine." "And how ar y ***
faster, said the voice, and was s,|<.nt. i^
els were code names for "troop," and 3jS
Sinai Conquerers Give Assist to U.S. Army aRsaar^^5^
roieS'thTSr^rr^^a
its future role ought to be. He is also Eg3
all of are concerned, with Israel's yen- had J2\
ions department. And he suggests that i^ff1
the Middle East; it is a recognized procedural,
! TL?a? Ar!b Str3,S ,0 bar"'"' ^ mteia
a deal and he reckons himself a failure if h,J
elude one." It all sounds terr.blv naive but *T
it just might work. *
This is a fascinating book. There is infon
you will never find in newspaper accounts, i
charming drawings by Yehuda Harari. There iffll
the reader, a new kind of intimacy with i^ael u
lump of love and pride. And fear.
ELMAtM SALPETEB -
The Rebirth of
Washington
ISRAEL'S CRACK army is making a growing impact on
profess]onal soldiers.
It was perhaps never expected when Israel was reborn
that hundreds of high-ranking reserve officers of an entire
VS. military district would one day be summoned to a
lecture on the Israeli Army to learn of new methods and
insights. Yet. I'.S. officers up to the rank of three-star
Mnl listened raptly as the inside story of the world's
most remarkable new fighting machine was told. This
happened at a recent 0 S. Army training assembly here
The lecture was delivered by no less an authority than
Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, chief VS. military historian of the
F.uropean theater of operations in World War II.
Some officers indicated a notion that the real fighting
in Sinai was done by French forces rather than Jewish
soldiers. But Gen Marshall without hesitation branded
such reports "a big lie "
The General said that in his career as a military anal-
>st he had been in contact with as many as 40 different
armies. But he respected none of these more than the
Israeli Army.
1 S offictri training the new army of Japan have re-
quested permission to reprint in Japanese the report by
Gen Marshall on Israels Sinai tactics Authorization has
been sent through the IS. Embassy in Tokyo
DAYMD SCHWARTZ
The quality of Israel's soldiers springs from the moral-
ity of Israeli culture. Gen. Marshall said. He explained
that during his observation of the Sinai campaign he never
heard Israelis express contempt or hatred of the enemy.
Unnecessary bloodshed was avoided. There was displayed
"a most remarkable attitude on the part of fighting men."
He described in detail the leadership qualities of Is-
raeli officers and the unique rapport existing among the
ranks Fifty percent of Israeli casualties in Sinai were
officers and non-coms, he said.
Israel believes leaders should go first into the path of
danger. However, this is not in accord with the standard
C.S tactical concept. It is thought in the U.S. Army that
leaders can not see what is happening to their own units
if they are in front of their troops. But Gen. Marshall
nevertheless expressed admiration for Israeli officers' per-
sonal courage and leadership.
Gen. Marshall was frank in stating his view of Israel's
withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
It seemed to him that Israel, for its own security.
should have retained Gaza. Any soldier would agree, he
said, that because of the Gaza Strip the border of Israel is
"wide open." Without the Gaza Strip. Egypt could not
carry on its campaigns of infiltration and harrassment. he
said. He termed the controversial strip "the key to Sinai."
His Wife Tells How He's Always the Winner
TTHE WIFE OF Dr. Nahum Goldmann says her husband
alway- wins out. and tells the following story to
prove it.
Once they were traveling through some eastern Eu-
ropean country, when Dr Goldmann recalled that he had
cot obtained a certain official paper necessary for trans-
portation.
He stopped at a government office, approached an
nERMlERT G. WFT
A Brilliant Career
Hollywood
JIDNEY LUMET DOVi as film director with Tweta
** Angrj Men." Henry Fonda-Lee J. Cobb starrer, co-
produced by Fonda and writer Reginald Rom- The 32-
i "hi I.umet. husband of socialite Gloria Vanderbilt.
during a short five years has rufrn from an assistant direc-
I >r in television to one of the top creators in the cinema.
r.u heading his second screen venture. "Stage Struck"
which elevates Susan Strasberg to stardom, and again
shows Fonda in his repeat Trillion with the young
film maker.
Son of the playwright Bamrh Lumet. of "Once I'pon
a Tailor" fame. Sidney started his career in show business
in the Yiddish Theatre at the ripe age of four. As a child
he acted on Broadway in "Dead End" and 'The Eternai
Road;" as a teen agerin "My Heart's in the Highlands "
and at the age of 23 in "A Flag Is Born In 1847. he or-
ganized one of the earliest off-Broadway groups in New-
York. It was there that Sidney Lumet switched from act-
ing to direction and won recognition from the critics. In
1950. he was made an assistant director at CBS-TV. The
following year, he was staging his own shows on "Danger "
and "The Best of Broadway." and such other major shows
as Alcoa." "Theatre Guild U.S. Steel." and "Elgin Hour."
In his opening remarks to the cast of "Twelve Angry
Men." a picture confined to one set a jury room during
deliberation Lumet stated the peculiar problems con-
fronting the participants "There is no thematic line in
thi- film." he said. "No story which has a beginning, a
middle and an end. No preachments Twelve strangers
get together in a room to decide whether another human
being should live or die. They have never seen each other
before and will probably never see each other again, after
they leave the jury room. But. during the 90 minutes they
are together, they reveal more of themselves to each other
than they would if they had been close friends for years."
The Hollywood Trade press acclaims "Twelve Angry
Men" as one of the best pictures ever made.
officer and applied for the paper, speaking to the offic-
cer while puffing away at his cigarette.
"Take that cigarette out of your mouth when you speak
to me." said the little government bureaucrat.
Dr. Goldmann told the little bureaucrat he could go
take a leap in a big body of water.
But the bureaucrat, it appears, had some judicial
power and forthwith proceeded to fine Dr. Goldman a
pound or its equivalent for "lese majeste." Dr. Goldmann
had no alternative but to pay the fine.
Returning to his car. Dr. Goldmann rode on and then
recalled that in the hubbub he had not paid the requisite
two-pound fee for the official paper, so he was a pound to
the good.

I>r Goldmann believes that in the not too distant future
Russia may lift the Iron Curtain sufficiently to permit
nscten Jew wishing to emigrate to Israel to do so
..?": T was, ,he, ori*n' home of modern Z, .nism.
which dates hack to Leo Pinsker. the leader of the Chovevei
Zionist movement which came before Herzl
_ !imSl"T T3,n*}ly "" a RusMan assim.lat.onist. He
was decorated by the Czar for his heroic self-sacrifice in
ministering to the typhus victims of the Crimean war
of .h?LaPa,h>' f ,he Russian i"'ectuals in the face
undiLr8r0m> aKa'?St JeWs" how'ver. caused Pinsker to
wavHnYme,3" ""^ "< ***>" ,hink ot '"
The result ?^ "Z *??** with ,h* Jew,sh Problem.
Auto Fm. J SSI b'ood,n*s his little pamphlet.
not or 1 P Ln ,,S tCXt Was from HUlel: "If I ,m
not for myself, who is for me?"
BORiS SMOLAR
THE FIRST TIME I visited Elath. about xm[
there were only two structures worthy of tae|
"building" in the entire "town:" a former'Brittsa|
station, and the "Government House" Theformeri
"L"-shaped narrow, low building, then serving ail
"hotel." the entire furniture in each room wi_
three to five army cots, one or two rickety chain,]
makeshift table. The "Government House." <* M
hand, was then the epitome of Negev luxury; j
modern, half-concrete half-wood bungalow of
rooms, simply but tastefully furnished, with 11
eral Electric refrigerator in the kitchen.
One could actually take ice-cubes from the I
compartment and cool the orange juice poured!'
cans obtained from the Army canteen.
The only other refrigerator was located in a I
serving as the main supply store of the kitchen
rather small army garrison, all of it housed, i
tents. Not far from the "Government House' thee
skeletons of about six small houses simmered al
less 90 plus heat, representing the housing den
of Elath. Three small Italian fi-hine hostsladl
Navy motor boats tied to a 15-foot pier of brtia)
constituted the Port of Elath. A dust) stretrhdl
straight ground with a tired -looking wind-hi
a lonesome polethat was Elath Airport.
Today, Elath still has the inimitable atn_
frontier town, but few people seem m remember!
day" of seven years ago. Five scheduled flightsar
by air with Lydda International airport, and somL
flight from Haifa and possibly from Beer-heaii
added. The six buildings of the first 'nous*'
ment" have already something of the airofhaa
them, surrounded by large two-story apartm**1
The "raison d'etre" of all this construction"1
is. of course, the Port of Elath which cameJ
when the Israel forces in November last year f
guns at the Straits of Tiran by which the Efll
tamed the illegal blockade of the Gulf of A^
The people of Elath began to feel that them
finally emerged from its infancy.
Religious Revival' is Subject to Que
1AIITH ALL th.. ..il. --- *
known to be even Doorer ih,n ,k f^ attendance are
of between^S aid Jw oSu IZAT*1 famil> inCOn*
educational status appears to \VJL h L 5WuUr
possess a post graduate degree Their Je'
however, very meager; about 60 percent "
Bar Mitzvah
The study revealed that 13 percent oi ^
officers and board members read book> or
Jewish interest "occasionally." another
them "often but not regularly. h
services regularly on Friday evening or Si ^,
mainder attend "often," "once in *"'the|
About 22 percent of them do not obsene i (
Sabbath candles, and 57 percent of lh^JLo,
Kidduah. This brings many to the.*JgH
"religious revival" among Jews in this cw* (
but a matter of joining and diirs-PW"* ^j
tionrather than the product of gen""*
victioo.


+Jelstrhridi^

Mi. Chaim Laskov, who led Israel's tank forces in bril-
[ievement in Sinai campaign has arrived in this coun-
key cities until end of May on behalf of United Jew-
Jal's current effort to raise a $100,000,000 Emergency
Rind to save and resettle at least 100,000 refugees this
. is shown on his departure from Israel receiving mes-
American Jewry from Prime Minister David Ben Gurion.
fnces McGrath and Dr. Maurice H. Greenhill plan tour
nedical students through Jewish Home for Aged facil-
isy Peace Prevails
is Hussein 'Scores' Win
Inusd from Page 1 A
id Syria arc not only pro-
ut also receiving large
of the latest Soviet
; mbstaatial numbers of
ktructors. Involved was
(cant question: Would the
of a major attack on
'either Egypt or Syria
|ly lot an immediate
tualify Israel for prompt
Hive assistance under the
Irer Doctrine?
er important diplomat,
ttary General Dag Ham-
Id, was scheduled to visit
' discussions on Arab-I.s-
Kions. The disclosure of
pnding Hammarskjold vis-
in a fog of confusion,
lly stemming from rum-
j the UN official had not
i an official letter of in-
|before leaving New York,
the letter had in fact
It.
I sources put out sugges-
lat the IN official knew
peli officials wanted to
|basir issues like Nasser's
on a "right of bellig-
1 again,t Israel and that
I would be gained if Mr.
fskjold intended merely to
pressure for Israeli con-
L Those covered such mat-
Iremoval of Israeli troops
Jhe demilitarized border
pi Auja and the matter of
K United Nations Emer-
lorce units on both sides of
Wan-Israeli border.
fs jemamed status quo on
Jer Israeli claims, notably
Ption of Suez Canal and
|Aqaha transit.
["trail Middle East sit-
[*! discussed by Israeli
*dor Abba Eban and
LEGAL NOTICE
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Florida, o~ ...mi, ,i.,v Aprll l9us7'
B LEATHERMA* Clerk of
Attorneys, for Plaintiff
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Miami, Plorl
". 1-10-17-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
,;l,v',':"'!"'!' "" netl&ooa name of
DADE INVESTMENT ASSOCIATES
I irai w. Plaglei Street, Miami, ptor-
i the i l.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Moi Ida
DAVID 8HUBOW
BEN BERKEY
Morton M. BE1GEL
I:l:f-: l;I. & teitel.MAN
Attorney! for Applicants
B04 Hi-. i> ne HulldlriK
5/1-10-17-14.
Acting Secretary of State Chris-
tian Herter in Washington.
Asked by reporters about the
possibility of an Israeli ship
being sent through the Suez
Canal to test Nasser's blockade,
Mr. Eban stressed the need to
implement rather than test UN
resolutions such as the two Se-
curity Council orders to Egypt
to end its blockade. The Israeli
envoy indicated that Israel was
reserving its right to test the
canal issue "in due course."
One of Israel's associates in the
Sinai operation. Great Britain,
considered the matter of. the Suez
blockade in the House of Com-
mons but the MacMillan Govern-
ment declined to take initiative
on testing the Egyptian ban.
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
agreed that Israeli passage would
be a crucial test of the usefulness
of the United Nations to solve the
international problems, but refus-
ed to have the British government
take the initiative on the issue.
If British shippers wished to use
the waterway, presumably in a
test shipment of Israeli-bound ma-
terials, the government would
"support them in their use of it,"
he said.
Some light was cast on one is-
sue which had agitated Israel and
her friends and supporters. This
was the question of how much
control Nasser was to have on the
duration of UNEF forces along
the Gaza Strip border and at
Sharm el Sheikh, the Sinai strong-
point from which Egyptian suns
had barred Israeli Aqaba Gulf
transit before the Sinai operation.
The United Nations announced
plans to open a vacation center
for UNEF troops, to be located
near Beirut and to operate from
May through September.
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the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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ml'.. liith Street, ami |fM Baj Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to reg-
liter Mid name artth the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
A LBERT 8. PELLETZ
ROSE O. PELLETZ
MARK BILVERSTEIN
Attornej f..r Applicant*
IM Lincoln ltd., .Miami Beach, Fla.
5 J-10-17-M.
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IJOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ii.iiii.iu~ name of
HALL'S MARKET ai number 734.",
B.W. Mli Street in the City of Miami.
Florida Intends to register the Mid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade County, Florida.
Hated at Miami, Florida mis 22nd
day of April, LM7.
nii-iiAiti> c. hall, Owner.
MAX R SILVER
ami,i ne) for Applicant.
i M, l/t-10-17
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
AVENUE AUCTION OUTLET at Ms
N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Clruult Court of Hade
County, Florida.
c,i:o|[. || MI A HALT
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472s. 3/3-10-17
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the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the, fictitious name of
\l i.i. PHARMACEUTICALS at 1611
Congress Bids., Miami, Florida, In-
tends I" register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County. F'lorida. n
ANTONIO FLORES CARHINAS.
MARX M FABER
Attorney for Applicant
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the undersign, d. desiring I" engage in
hiisineaH under the fictitious name or
EAHT HIALEAH PHARMACYbJ Ipol
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tends to register said name withi "
Clef* of the Clrcull lomt of PW<
Count>, |gdjj.y ^^
Itv Joaanh Haek, I'resldent.
ALBERT C ROBEN, EHO.....
Attorney for EM-JAY 1>RI l-Nl
".', I.In, idn Hnad
Miami Beach, Florida,
a/IO-IT-8<-lf-__________________________.
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE 18 HEREBT "'Y***1"?*
the undersigned, desiring to 'ngage m
business under the fictitious name of
BONDED FIRNITURB BHOWWMUI
.7 N.W. iTth Avenue. Mia nI.
I Intends to register saIrt name
with the flerk of the Circuit Couit
of Dade County, I'1'"1'1".,,,.,,. 1N.,-
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NOT?rHcAN,CERY No- M0860
SO,,r,?:T,^AMX.PUB,-'^,ON
Plaintiff,
\ s
FRANK ADAMS,
_, Defendant.
TO: FRANK ADAMS
Defendant
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TOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
heen f^ l' ""'I'1'1"' ''"" Hlvol.e has
,,tm *"' """"*' you in the above
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tl' ,'h V.',r''r,V" ''"">' "f >..... Answei
'"" ''ll "'< "mplaint on Plalntirfs
>tt .rneys. and f|| the original in the
'""' of the Clerk of the Clrcull Cburl
mi or before the Mta day of Maj
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feaao srlll ba entered against yon
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Miami, F'lorlda.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engag. In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
I UK HIALEAH CONVALESCENT
IIO.MK at 195 W. 27th Street, lllaleah,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk-of the Circuit Court of
Dude L'ountv, Florida.
i'HILlH DEUT8CH
JEAN KAPLAN
SAIL IIFiUTZIO
DANIEL BEPLER
Atty. for Hlaleah Convalescent Home
Citizens FV.II. Savings Bldg.
Hlaleah, Florida
'./3-10-17-24.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fiititlous name of
DECOR-ART INTERIORS at ISO N.W,
1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
iln Circett Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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the undersigned, dealnrtg to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
ATLANTIC REFRIGERATION at IMS
N.W. 62nd Street. Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name with the-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MAX ROSENBLATT
WILI.I.IAM HOLMES
RB8SLER & OAKS
Attorneys for Applicants
ItiM 8 W 1st Street
.',/3-Hi-17-2l.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:by OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fiititlous name of
CORONET I'KEBS at 3626 N.W. 7th
Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
DAVID SHUBOW.
BEIOEL & TEITKLMAN
Attorneys fi.r AppHeant
904 Blscuyne Bldg.
a/3-10-17-21.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
EMERSON APARTMENTS at 7636
Abbott Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clark ol the Circuit Court of Dade
ounty, Florida.
SAMtKL III:I.iX
f:\ei.vx BiiLIN
WILLIAM I. BRKXXEIt
Attorney fot Samuel Belin
and BVolya Belin
IM Lincoln IM., Miami Bea,lb, 1'la.
/3-1U-17-2I.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 198910 B.
OBDER OF PUBLICATION
SAM KANNER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSE KANNER,
Defendant. ,
TO: ROSE KANNER
.-,77 East 92 Street
Brooklyn 36, New York
You [in hereby notified that a Com-
plaint For Divorce has been filed
Bgainsl you and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copj of your Answer
to the Complaint for Divorce on Plain-
tiff's attornev and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk_of
Ho- Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb
day "f May. 1 vr.T: otherwise, the .,
tion- of said Complaint For Divorce
will be taken as confessed against you.
HATKIi this 21th day of April. 1*67,
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
/seal) Circuit C'.n' t,
Bv R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk.
TALIANOFF' A: WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
1 -'.;. :,/3-10-l7.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
8PEE DEE TEE VBE. PIX TIIIK,
COMPANY, SPEEDY T.V., ARBEE JANE VIOLET CADOW
ELECTRONICS at 342 N.E 167th St., I Defendant.
North Miami Beach. Florida intends) You. Jane Violet Cadow. 14.. summit
to register said name with the Clerk of Dace. Bronx. New York, are required
the Circuit Court of Dade County, ,to file your answer to the divorce
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. No. 201101
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PERCY R. CADOW,
Plaintiff.
vs.
FloridL.
GOLDEN GLADE8 T.V. AND
APPLIANCE BERVICE, INC.
KOVNER MAXXHE1MER
Attorneys for Golden Glades. T.V. and
Appliance Service, Inc.
4 Ll-M, 5/3-10.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 201037
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIE BELL PARKISII,
Plaintiff.
ARTHUR JAMBS PARRISH,
I >ef< ndant.
TO: ARTHUR James PARRISH
i. nee Unknown,
You ARTHUR JAMES PARRISH ra
herab) notified that a Bin of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
again.-I VOU, and you are required t"
erve copy of your Answer or pi. .cl-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plantlfTs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, Bsq .
liiH Beybold Bldg, Miami. F]
ami file the original Answer or Plead
Ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 3rd d*>
of June, IM7. If you fall to do ho.
Judgment b> default will be taken
against you for the relief demaa the Bill of Complaint
I s,\K AND ORDERED at Miami,
Floiida, this 26th day of April. A.D.
19"" E B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of
/,,.1> the Circuit Court.
By: M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk.
S/|-ie-17-M.
OOmplelat With the clerk of the above
court and serve a copy upon Herman
Coh.n, plaintiffs attorney. 130:, Con-
gress Hldg., Miami. Florida, on or be-
fore June I, IN7 or else complaint
will be taken as confessed against
vou. Dated April 30, 19..7.
F:. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of
,eal) the Circuit Court.
By WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk
:, f.lO-17-St.
NOTICE UNDEF.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage lh
business under the fictitious name .>r
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Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
pad.- County, Florida.
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Norma and Lew Goodman'* "Do It Yourself" party
last Saturday night is the talk of Miami this week
. The men were in charge of all the cooking,
with George Simon acting as head chef for the
spagheti and barbecued chicken, while wife Char-
lotte took note of his talent for future use .
Hostess Norma relaxed on the sofa in lounging
j cigarette holder, seemingly oblivious to the bedlam in
'll^Bill Raskinds were thereBill dumped all the salad in the
, nroceeded to mix it there Also the Max Stains and the
1 Swtrdlin* ... Dr. and Mrs. Elton Roaonblatt added to the
t-1 hilarity by coming in costume, he, as bartender, in a gay
r and she as a cigarette girl with a very questionable "assort-
F of non-mentionable items on her tray! .
boors were thrown open at the Goodman's home at 6000 San
L^ave. at 7. but nobody got to eat until midnight ... By this
leveral people were in the swimming poolsome inadvert-
S] thinkand Harriot Margulis, amid husband Milton's shouts
wa* collecting all the damaging evidence on film.
it happen* once in a blue moon, and the moon was blue May 7
That's when Ranoo and Jorry Lorman, of 335 NW 146th at.,
inly four"1 ,neir famUv increased by three The triplets,
ovs. have a three-and-a-half-year-old sister Ranaa is the
kter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell T. Eskow Jorry is a salesman
[Jefferson Stores.
Ur. J. H. Kati is back home at 2239 SW 21st St., after a three-
[sojourn in .Johannesburg, South Africa, where he visited his
i and brothers, including Mrs. R. Kahn, Isidora Kati, and an-
te sister in Blaefontein, S.A. Mr. Katx, who is a retired
try owner, is the father of Viola (Mrs. Julius) Mendelson, with
i he lives. .
|Mr. and Mrs. Hanry J. Nelson, of 1635 Bay nl entertained
baritone Igor Gorin at lunch Monday at the Eden Roc .
[of the conversation was reminiscing about the old days, when
f\ uncle, the late Boris Nalson, was instrumental in bringing
i to this country to be chazan in a Providence. R.I.. synagogue
hat was 33 years ago Later, as Gorin's fame grew, Henry's
|in, the late Dr. Walter Nelson, became his accompanist .
fit's sure to be a bright and levelheaded marriage for Max L.
hart and Tanya Wolshin, who recently merged their talents
(Both formerly from New York City, Max is nationally known
e inventor of flourescent paint, and Tanya was a famous hat
per. Max is also a Mason and a Shriner, for the past 27
... After their Mexican honeymoon, they are at home at
Meridian ave.
|Morris and Becky Belgrade, of 341 Fluvia ave., Coral Gables,
1 a surprise party for the 25th wedding anniversary of their
and brother-in-law, Morris end Sadie Ratner, of 1315 San
Icio Over 40 people attended the Saturday night affair .
jRatners were married in San Antonio, Texas, on May 5. 1932,
| have lived in Miami for nine years Their twin daughters,
i and Nannette, are students at the UM School of Music .
i play French horns in the DM Symphony Orchestra Son
is an electrical engineer at Patrick Air Force Base in Coco,
[Four generations, on both sides of the family, will be united
[week when Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Paul Goldberg and their sons,
land Jol. return to Miami for a month's visit Dr. Goldberg
fe son of R#v. and Mrs. George Goldberg, of 2900 SW 16th st.,
| the grandson of Mrl Mollie Goldberg, 542 Jefferson ave. .
Franctj is the daughter of the Reuben Blausteins, 1875 SW
Her., and the granddaughter of Mrs. Etta Green, 515 15th st.
I Dr. Goldberg, who is a UM grad, with a doctorate from Brown,
ri the research staff of General Electric at Pittsfield, Mass.,
e he has already made some important contributions in the
i research chemistry.
j Best-kept secret at the UM is who has been chosen Ibis Queen,
[all the seven finalists are just "Udieavin-waiting" until May 20.
the yearbook makes its appearance on campus One of
[seven is twenty-year-old Paula Weinstein, daughter of the I. M.
Twttms, 133 NE 91st st. Paula, who is a junior majoring in
nsophy. was a yearbook beauty at the University of Alabama,
pre she transferred here The lovely AEPhi, who was a
Momini: Princess last year, has just announced her engage-
pt to Herbert Katz. of Brooklyn .
I Abo in the running is nineteen-year-old Linda Corn, daughter
M>ral Gables' Mrs. Albert Sussmen Jr. Linda enrolled as I
"man last fall, intending to go into nursing ... She pledged
"*. but subsequently dropped out of school.
! At the University of Alabama. Lois Schwadron, daughter of
*h Mrt- Joseph Schwadron, of 1941 SW 19th ave.. has been
ill ?rPM(lont of DPhiE sorority, and has just been initiated into
Inr LPh1, honorary statistical fraternity Lois, who is a
|r "i the School of Commerce, is also past v.p. of Hillel Foun-
TaHiir01, f lhe Commerce Association Bulletin "The Key."
J."11 "mils time to be a member of the House of Representatives
K *men's Student Association.
leiliris shm"n 6ldwln. owner of the Shore Palace apartment
rofr *nd President of the Women's division of Cham-
UtH?l!m'rce for urfs'de, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands.
fck ana u f C 45th nnual m*et'n8 in Washington, DC. last
JL?. Ihcn went on to Cornell for their 32nd annual display
?* v' f ,Iousin nd Feeding ... A few shows to be caught
York- she'll be back home .
Al .K
^i the Lucerne Hotel this week is one of the nation's youngest
L- Wolf, from Washington, D.C. ... A Yeshiva grad.
Just returned from a tour of Israel in cooperation
ine National Hebrew Association.
n* news is out that Henry Marcus, manager of the new Park-
'i-UU,
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Miami, Florida. Friday, May 10, 1957~
Section B
She Takes Lead in Fourth Term
The highest honor which can be
bestowed upon a volunteer in the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division will be extend-
ed to a prominent communal work-
er May 20.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. who re-
cently completed her third year as
campaign chairman of the Women's
Division, will again be nominated
to serve as Division president for
the coming year at Federation's
annual meeting in the Seville ho-
tel.
Named to servo as vica presi-
dents are the Mesdames Jack A.
Ablin, Stanley C. Myers and Irv-
ing Sussman. Other nominees in-
clude Mrs. Samuel Lipton, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Aaron
Farr, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, parliamen-
tarian.
Members of the Women's Divi-
sion this year received official bal-
lots which also include the board
of directors, representing a cross-
section of some of this area's top
leadership in organization and com-
munal activities.
Chairman of the nominating com-
mittee is Mrs. Louis Glasser
Mrs. Simonhoff is a member of
the national executive committee
MRS. SAMUEL SIMONHOFF
of the United Jewish Appeal Wom-
en's Division. She was president of
Hadassah's Greater Miami chapter
for three years and held the posi-
tion of parliamentarian of the Ha-
dassah Regional board. Altogether,
Mrs. Simonhoff has given 20 years
of volunteer effort to Hadassah, her
favorite welfare activity.
She has been vice president of
Mi. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, is a
member of Federation's board of
governors and served with its
budget committee. Under her lead-
ership "the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Women's Division established
an all-time record in fund raising
during the past three years, among
cities the size of Miami.
The presidential nominee has
been a resident of Miami for 32
years. She is the wife of a promi-
nent attorney whose avocation,
the study of archeology, history
end art, has taken the pair on
three European trips.
Mrs. Simonhoff has been the
subject of news features and "pro-
files" by local and national pub-
lications. Her children are Mrs.
Arthur Epstein and Mrs. Philip
Weinstein, the latter an accom-
plished artist whose works have
won important prizes. A teen-age
daughter. Sherna. attends Miami
Beach High School. Son Michael is
at Cornell University.
The Simonhoffs reside at 5925
North Bayshore dr., Miami.
Broadway Hit on Boards at Temple Emanu-EI
"Goodbye My Fancy." long-run
hit broadway show by Fay Kamin,
will be presented by the Theatre
Guild of Temple Emanu-EI, accord-
ing to Mrs. Honey Shapiro, presi-
dent of the group. Performance is
Sunday. May 19. at the Seville
hotel. Curtain goes up at 8:30.
Sam Hirsch, of the Sam Hirsch
School of Drama, who is produc-
ing a series of musical comedies
this summer at the Dade County
auditorium, will direct "Goodbye
My Fancy," which features Gloria
Greenberg in the part of the lady
politician who revisits her alma
mater to bring to the students the
true horrors of war as she ex-
eprienced them.
Playing in the former Conrad
Nagei role is Ben Sachs as the col-
lege president who is violently op-
posed to Miss Greenberg's tactics.
Also featured in the cast are
Hope Pomerance, Honey Shapiro,
Ben Greber, Pearl Rubin. Lillye
Strauss, Dick Keosian and Jordan
Davidson.
Mrs. Shapiro also announces that
part of the proceeds from ticket
sales will be for equipping the
Temple's new building soon to be
erected on the site donated to the
Temple by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Friedland. with modern, profession-
al stage facilities.
Women's Auxiliary
In Fashion Show
Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai Hospital will honor Mother's
Day at its annual installation meet-
ing Friday morning at the Seville
hotel.
Installation of new officers by
Max Orovitz. hospital president, will
be followed by a "Mother-Daugh-
ter" fashion show by Serbin.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Mrs.
E. E. Bloom, program chairmen, an-
nounce the following auxiliary
members and their daughters will
model the fashions:
Mesdames Morris Lansburgh,
Jack Young, Walter Kovner, Sam
Coolik, William Green, Stanley
Raskin, Milton Weiss end Richard
Fleming.
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz will again
assume the presidency of Mount
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.
Continued on Page 4 B
"Escaping from the brig" are (left to right) Phihppa Strum, of
Brookfyn N.Y.; Donna Makovsky. of Miami Beach; and Man-
fvTSUky, of Brookline. Mass.. who play the role, of daugh-
2 d Mai Gen. Stanley in "Pirate, of Penzance present-
e7last week end by Gilbert & Sullivan Society o Brande,.
University Prior to production, cast took an excumon to U.S.
University. J f realistic setting of old 44 FT^ip to take pictures. Miss Makovsky. of 3414 Prairie
" SC K sophomore at Brandei. University.
SET T. hpTsecond appearance with Gilbert & Sullivan
ELTb ^iS" Prated last year, she portrayed role
or'Peep-Bo." one of three little maids.
Women's Division Sots Plans
for Installation May 29
Plans have been formulated by
the Women's Division Chamber of
Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbour
and Bay Harbor Islands for their
annual installation luncheon to be
held Wednesday, May 29, at the
Balmoral hotel.
Mrs. Shari Silverman is chair-
man. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Lillian
Cole, for the Bay Harbor group:
Mrs. Frieda Levine, for the Surf-
side area; and Mrs. Wynne Valen-
tine, in charge of awards.
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omen in
MKS. BIKHAKD HOFFMAN
Beach Chapter
Installs Officers
City of Hope, Mlaini Bo;ich chap-
ter, was to hold an Installation
luncheon Thursday at the Piping
Rutk restaurant.
Bernard Hoffman, who saaa
to be installed as president, haj
also served la thai capacity tor
the North shore B'nai B'nth Wom-
en's Council o( South Florida in-
stalling officer i- lira Gerald Sotti
Other officers seated were Mrs.
Aaron Tobin. Mrs. Al Cline and
Miss Diana Carr, vice presidents;
Mrs. Martha Seigler and Mrs.
Joseph Bachman, corresponding
secretaries; Mrs. Bernice Leib-
ling, recording secretary; Mrs.
Irving Tauber, treasurer; Mrs.
Harvey Katien, financial secre-
tary; and Mrs. Bernard Coldfing-
er, chaplain. Mrs. Ed Edwards
is social secretary.
The t jt> of Hope Medical ("enter
comprises 40 buildings, including
lU Research Institute, located on
85 acres of ground in Duarte. Calif.
the Mrs. Kaplan Named to Second Term
As President of Emanu-EI Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Kmanu Kl Ruth Gastfricnd. Norman Giller,
held its annual election of officers Samuel Ginsberg. Ben Zion Gins
and board members Tuesday at the burg. Jacob Classman. Allen Gold-
Saxon) hotel Mrs Sherman Kaplan berg. George Goldberg. Miss Lil-
u.is elected to serve for second lian Goodman. Ray Goodman. Sam-
term as president ol the organlsa- lie] Halperin. Benjamin Green*,
Hon. Henrj Hillman, Benjamin G. Kline,
Officers eleeted to -me for the Harry Koretsky. Murry Koretsky.
I year 1957 58 are honorary presi- Hylan Kout. Trixie Levin. David
J dent. Mrs Morris Kuhin. honorary LevinBQB, Joseph M Lipton, Samuel
vice president. Mrs Irving Lehr- Lipton. l-ouis I.ubin. Samuel Lurie,
man; vice presidents Ueadamea Robert Marcus. Herman Mechlow-
Leonard Abramson. Max Boderman. itz. Philip NYuwirth. Samuel Oka.
Alex Kogan. William Rubenstein; I.ouis Pollack. Jack J. Popick. Harry
treasurer. Mrs William Siis-man: Protxel, Israel Reich. Leo Robinson
c >rrcsponding secretary. Mrs Max Mesdames Charles Rosengarten.
Bauer and Mrs. A. A Rothstein. j Simon Rubin. Michael Salmon.
Financial secretary. Mrs M M Harrv Seligman, Harold Shapiro.
Cohen: assistant financial secre- Jack Silverman. Milton Sirkin. Mil-1
tary. Mrs. Herbert Shapiro, social ton Smith. Abe Stolpen. Alfred
secretary, Mrs Theodore Hankoff: Stone. Benjamin Subin. George Tal-
reeording secretary, Mrs. Julius .1 lanoft. Harold I'ngar. Samuel Wies-'
Perlmutter; auditor. Hn. Harold en. Raphael K. Vunes.
Hirschfieid; chaplain. Mrs. Irving Also elected to serve on the nom-1
Roosevelt Temple Plans Initiation
Initiation of new momlupi < mm m
Initiation of new members is on
the agenda for Roosevelt Temple
33. Pythian Sisters, when the group
meets Wednesday. May 15. at Dora
August Hall. 500 SW 17th ave.
A report on the recent conven-
tion held in Clearwater will be read
by Mrs. A. Jack Brown, who rep-
resented Roosevelt Temple.
Mrs. Lewis Pomeranri, who at
tended as alternative representa-
tive, returned as the newly-elect
ed grand treasurer of the Grand
Jurisdiction of Florida, Pythian
Sitters.
221.......-- *"
Prts
torn

to serve
chief.
, .Ben Gurion Branch ,7$
El Congreyadon. B -!
W preside PnnoipaTSJH
be Prof. Mever rJl .****
Pin ...II j- "J
Bu"n vl.ii tli^H
Both are charter members of
Roosevelt Temple. Mrs. Brown is
also active at the North Dade Jew-
ish Center, while Mrs. Pomerantz
gives much of her time to the Is-
raelite Center.
Sharing Grand Temple honors is
Mrs Pinky Bach, who is presently
secretary of Roosevelt Temple and
who was elected an officer of the at 6.45 p m Wedna
State Secretaries and Treasurers the auditoriun n
A-w" I Library.
Manuel
rent events
...,,,. chair- .,,,,
Music Course to Mttt
Course in muiir
ducted hj
Viennese c i u rt pi....,, jjS
i > pen.
Past presidents advisory commit
mating committee are Mesdames,
Drying Cypen. chairman. Martin Bor-
I tee consists of Mesdames Joseph kan. James Cohen. Benjamin
Berman. Jack J Falk. Isidore New- c'.recnc. Herman Mechlowitz. Honey
man. Harry G Rogers. Joseph M s ,ro ,ra (. ,,,.
Rose, Ira C. Walsey. ,,
Trustees are Mesdames Samuel ,l,,n *'" ** hcld at the Fontaine-
Fnedland. Charles Fruchtman. Nat bleau hotel May 26.
Hankoff. Harry Gersten. Raymond
Rubin and Alex Sussman.
Fleeted to the board of directors
are Mesdames Joseph Abelow. Ar-
thur Applebaum. Harry Brick. B I.
Binder Henry Cove. Jules P Chan-
ning. Milton Feller. George Feuer. ,can ORT Wl" ,ak)' at the
j Martinique hotel Tuesd;.v evening.
The program will !m? highlighted
with a talk by Rosinwoi Nyber-;.
Hindu native aj Nadrss, India, and
her topic will be "Culture of tV.e
India is Her Topic
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Solomon Alter. Jennie GolJfine.
Samuel Helfman. Elias Kramer.
Louis Schenker. S D. Schnechter.
Samuel Shapiro. Solomon Silber-
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The Mesdames Louis Feldman.
Bessie Jacobson. Mayer Katz. Rose
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Schneider. Goldie Sheray. Hymen
Trees and Gertrude Kleiner.
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M.nl group of Miami Beach
S7r 'f Hadassah will install
i? new slate of officers and
,i at 11-3(1 a.m. on Monday at the
,TA members at a brunch to be
Men hotel Mrs. Sam Weisen and
L" E|sio Schachman are chair-
fepre will be vocal selections by
L, David Drucker. with Mrs. Irv-
L'mHwim at the piano. Mrs. Sid-1
Ross will bo installing officer.
of officers are Mrs. Elite
Imdur. president; Mrs. Kenneth
pkol-kv. vice president; Mrs. Jack
liftman, vice president; Mrs.
andv Polansky, vice president;
>. Sam Schwartz, vice president;
|rv Irvin Greene, corresponding
cretary: Mrs Morris Honigbaum,
Lording secretary; Mrs. Ben Sig-
Eunri. financial secretary; Mrs.
tm Weisen. treasurer; Mrs. Morti-
Lr Vt'ien. social secretary.
1
Henrietta Szold group will install
Lcomine president Mrs. Morris Ko-
Ln at a luncheon to be held at the
Cville hotel Monday.

I Israeli group will honor its life
|eml>er~ at a luncheon meeting
i be held on Monday noon at the
fjers hotel, Mrs. Joseph Shaw-
iut will l" guesl speaker.

Hanna Senesch group will com-
pne monthly its meeting with a
fcrd party ;ii the Shelbourne ho-
i\ Monda> Kefrrshments will be
fcrverl. There will be a report of
he Florida regional conference re-
pntly held in Jacksonville given
|j presldenl Mrs. Joseph Keiser.

I. R. Goodman group will meet at
fceSan Marino hotel Thursday eve
ling. May 16 Program will.include
I regional conference re-
ort and reading on Shevuoth.

Louis D. Brandeis installation
runch will he held at the Balmoral
otd at noon on Monday. Installing
tfflcer will be Dr. Stanley Jonas,
fcho will install his mother, Mrs,
fred Jonas, as president of the
nap.
Other officers to be installed will
Mr> Irving Fierston, executive
lice president; Mrs. Herman Kasha,
V. Edward Whitehorn, Mrs. Hy-
pan Lake, and Mrs. Robert Good-
fcan, vice presidents; treasurer,
Stophen S. Wise group president,
officers and members of the board
will be installed Monday noon at
the Monte Carlo. Mrs. Morris Le-
CW w.ll be installed as new presi-
dent. Mrs. Alex Dcllerson is pro-
gram chairman.
A musical program will be pre-
sented, with Miss Balfouri Gilad
soprano. Mist Gilad. an Israeli born
of Yemenite parentage, will render
modern Israeli snRs with Mrs.
Aida Yaslo at the Piano
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Mrs. Karl Coplon; financial secre
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ship secretary. Mrs. Larry Ross re
cording secretary. Mrs. Ben Mar
goles: eorreaponding secretary. Mrs.
Sam otalow; social secretary; Mr-
Ruth Shumann.
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Shaloma group will hold an in-
stallation brunch at Hibiscus Lodge
or Alton rd. at noon Monday, Ifrs.
Samuel Sakrais will install. Mrs.
Max Rothfeld, president. Vice pres-
idents will be Mrs. Herman Anger-
nan, Mrs. Maurice Kovnat, Mrs, Jo-
seph Lateimer and Mrs. Morris
Miller.
Mrs. Florence Berkowitz will he
installed as financial secretary,
Treasurer will be Mrs. Samuel
Frankr-I: recording secretary, Mrs.
Abraham Rubin: corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs Harry Kohen: social
secretary. Mr- Montil Kripple: par-
liamentarian, Mrs. Bernard Gold-
berg.
A Florida Regional conference
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Rothfeld. Chairmen are Mrs. Jack
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Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will he
among leading women personalities
planning this year's Mother's Day
Party.at the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
The affair is slated Sunday after-
noon, 2 p.m., at Douglas Gardens,
site of the Home.
Mrs. Grossinger's life story, as
portrayed on the "This is Your
Life" television program, will be
shown at the party. Also sched-
uled is Lt. Balfouria Gilad, native-
born Israeli and officer in the
Israel Army Women's Corps, in
a program of folk songs.
She will be accompanied at the
piano by Miss Anyuta Melicov. Mrs.
Ben Yomen and the Miami Beach
Community Singers, are slated in
a special presentation.
Special gifts and corsages will be
presented to each Home resident
who is a mother. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Miller, 846 Michigan avc..
will be host, at the Mother's Day
celebration in honor of their wed-
ding anniversary.
Michael Sossin, executive direc-
tor of the Floridian hotel, has
launched the landmark Blackstone
hotel, Miami Beach, into a non-
profit retirement hotel for senior
citizens.
Sossin holds an award from
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man relations.
Last month he chartered a uni-
que Foundation for Geriatric Re-
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-^iday, Mc
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Continued from Pane 1 B
view Island Clubhouse. la the famed Little Theatre enthusiast from
Baltimore, where for years he helped produce playi for the VMHA
... He has a stack of skits that Jimtti (Mr*. Gershon) Miller is
just itching to read .
c c a a> a a
Only here can it happenstarting a new career at 71 That's
what wonderful Joseph Freiman is doing at Mike Sossin's retiree
Blackstone Hotel "Doe" Fr.im.n for 40 years worked with
handicapped kids, ataTted hot lunches in Brooklyn schools for them
. Now he's the agel<>> Metal director tor -..-mor citizens.
Greater Miama Branch of Poale Zion memt>ers cat lured at the
home of Mr. end Mr*. Jack Robbint, 22K5 SW BUl st 00 Apr. 28.
to honor Meyer Kohn Former secrctarv of the Branch. Mr.
Kohn has returned from the hospital alter a prolonged illness .
Receiving farewell mangei .i the garden party were praatderrt
of the Branch Dr. S.m Willinsky and his Rife, who president of
Pioneer Women Club 1 The Willintky's leave May 1 for their
New York home AJaO leaving tor the summer are cxecutixe
board members Dr. and Mr*. Roteto The S.m LajaiMll and
Alfred 2. Petes uere also hosts.
Mrs. Schwarh
New President
vhL6 the
Auslander. [ce ^l:
Harry B. Rngers. "*
^^-vi.t.recSS
HISS 10 AM HLDMAM
Jackson Statttr Speaks
Great Miami Lay Diabetes \s.n
the- Community PhD degree in speech pathology
Speech Experts
Eye August Rites
The engagement of their daugh
ter. Joan Marcia. is being an-
nounced by Dr and Mrs. N. L.
Keldman. Detroit. Mich Her fiance
is Marvin J Schwartz He is the
son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Sch-
wartz. 1930 S\V 5th st Miami
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan and is now a
graduate avsistant in speech and
hearing at Wagnaa state University,
where she will shortly receive a
Masters degree in special educa-
tion as speech pathologist audiolo-
She is a member and past presi
dent of Delta Phi Kpsilon sorority
and Pi Lambda Theta. honorary so-
ciety for women in education.
Mr. Schwartz received his AB de-
gree at the University of Miami.
He currently attends Wayne, where
I he earned his Masters in clinical
ps>cho!ogy. and is working on the
Services bldg Guest speaker was
Dr Charles F Tate. assistant presi-
dent of the chest unit of Jackson
Memorial Hospital, who di-
Tuberculosis m A With
Diabetes "
Rep. Orr to Get
ALU Award May 26
A member of the Wayne State
l'niversit> speech staff, he is asso-
ciated with the Cleft Palate and
Cleft Lip Clinic of Sinai Hospital
at Petroit He is also on the diag-
nostic team of the Muscular Dvs-
trophy Clinic at Detroit Memorial
and St Joseph Hospitals.
The couple are planning an Aug.
11 wedding at Adath Shoiem Svna
gogue in Detroit.
MKS. STUAUT KAUfMAN
Miss Liss Weds
Stuart Kaufman
Miss Irma Liss became Mrs. Stuart
Kaufman in Apr. 13 rites at Beth
David Synagogue. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Ida Knnsky and the late Mr. Jack
Liss The groom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Irving Kaufman. 681 NE
1 67th st.. Miami.
The bride was attired in a cock-
tail-length white silk taffeta gown
with fine lace top. Her headpiece
was of matching lace with pearl
tear drops. She carried a white
bridal Bible with a bouquet of baby
white roses and lily of the valley-
Matron of honor was the bride's
aunt. Mrs. Fay Nadel. The groom's
brother. Lawrence Kaufman, was
his best man
Newlywed Mrs. Kaufman attends
the University of Miami, where she
is majoring in education. The
groom, employed at Hygrade Foods
Products Corp., attends U of M
evening sessions.
Reception in their garden follow-
ed at the home of the bride's uncle
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nadel
8751 SW 43rd ter, Miami.
ms. rmiur althoiz ,
and Pvt. Phillip B. Althoiz, son of
Mrs. Celia Bailis. of New York, and
Mr. A. Althoiz. of New York.
The bride is a graduate of Roose-
velt High School, Bronx. N.Y., and
is associated with the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
Mr. Althoiz received his AB de-
gree at the University of Miami.
At present, he is in service at Ft.
Knox, Ky.. with the Army.
The bride selected a ballerina-
length wedding gown of nylon and
lace, with fitted bodice. Peter Pan
collar, long sleeves to wrist-point
and very bouffant skirt.
David Schneider, of Bronx, N.Y.,
paternal uncle of the bride, flew in
for the wedding. A dinner followed
at Famous restaurant.
R8ers. soci,!
-Jvitt. recordirie-.
Nat Stem, (mancial s~L*3
* Ed Singer, foiff?^
Board members are the L
Herbert Abran*, sm i&l
man G asser Sar, u3
J**r Sam K^fi'
iRalphliol,,,,,,.^^
Schachat. Matthew 1*
rence Webster and fgS
Highlighting ,he after,
tertainment win be aV
Colby. Chairman of the i
Mrs. Nat Stein.
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The Leonard L Aaaei \u.,rd for
1956 will be presented to Rep
J hn B Orr. it was announced
Wednesday by George J Talianofft
chairman of the Florida Anti Ik>-
lamation League of B nai Bnth.
The Award is presented an-
nually to the person or organiza-
tion which has made the most out-
standing contribution to good hu
man relations in Florida." Talian-
off declared.
In addition to an appropriate
citation, an educational award of
S1.OO0 will bo made as a fellow-
ship to a post-graduate student
studying inter-group relations,
or a grant for the purpose of
furthering inter-group rotations
will bo made to a university.
The Leonard L Abess Award
is the counter part of the national
ADL Amenca' Democratic Legacy
Award. Previous recipieoU the
Award include Presjaent Dwignt
D. Eisenhower.
Col. Mitchell Wolfson will serve
as toastmaster for the ADL meet
ting May 26 at the Algiers hotel
where Rep. Orr will receive the
Award.

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Jane, daughter of Mr. Clara
Tannenbaum. will celebrate
her Bas Mitxvah at Saturday
morning service at Temple
Emanu-EL Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Jane is a
seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus and attends Temple
Emanu-Q religious school
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foy 10. 1957^
SSSBbLSKkMan.
llation of Officers Will Highlight
jsah Meetings Due Next Week
Page 5-B
[the
president of the
JSer of Hadassah win be
*P,ficer al a lea to be
Albert Einstein group
;ah Monday noon at the
elecle'l officers are Mrs.
man. president; Mrs. Gcr-
e executive pice presi
,'Tobin Messinger, fund
proidcnt; Mrs. Alvin
rogniin vice president;
,.tchen. recording secre-
' Harry U'exlcr, financial
,'.' Krs. Joseph Diamond,
idinfi secretary and Mrs.
j treasurer.
ward Kanter will turn
,avol t" Mrs. Friedman.
Ie, assisted by Mrs. Selma
(he piano, will render a
^nus. Gale was with the
Bad show of "Guys and
j, Florida State assistant
nal song leader for the
ibs. Dance numbers will
ited by the londos School
and Dramatics.

lions of a Melody," by
sburg, will be present-
program at the installa-
;ivon In Menorah group
ah Monday afternoon at
! of Mrs Rernard Stevens.
pgomcry rlr, South Miami,
A. Arthur Pekelner in-
bfficcrs for the coming
g officers are president,
aril Wolpe; honorary vice
Mrs (ieorqe Simon: vice
Mrs Allan Greenberg,
ard Bloom. Mrs. Hi Kopel-
Mrs. Harold Abbott; cor-
g secretary. Mrs. Harry
record ing secretary, Mrs.
Herman, membership
rship chairman, Mrs. Eu-
Iverstone; financial secre-
Harry Tavss; treasurer,
liam Weiner, and parlia-
n, Mrs Seymour Schulner.
*
topos group of Hadassah
fe their regular monthly
|at Masonic Hall. 41 Valen-
i Coral Cables, Monday at-
testing will be in the form
Istallation luncheon for in-
president Mrs. Harry Elson,
Irvinu I.iss, president of
pWer Miami Chapter of Ha-
in-tallmg officer.
n is scheduled for 12
Biscayne Terrace ho-
Fednesday.
Naomi group of Hadassah will in-
stall its officers for the coming
year Monday evening at the Gar-
den restaurant. Mrs. A. Arthur
Pekelner will be installing officer.
Guests will include Mrs. Irwin
Lass, president of the Miami Chap
ter of Hadassah. husbands and. in
honor of Mother's Day, mothers of
members.
"The Third Generation," a plav
produced and directed by Mrs M
Finn, is on the program. A Kiddush
cup will be awarded to the member
who was most successful in fund
raising during the past year Mrs
Arthur Hershbein is in charge of
the affair.
New officers are Mrs. Leslie
Blumberg. president; Mrs. Joseph
Nerove, fund raising vice president:
Mrs. Bernard Blumenthal. member-
ship vice president; Mrs. Anshel
Rackoff, program vice president:
Mrs. Harold Berkowitz. organization
vice president; Mrs. Nat Cynamon,
treasurer; Mrs. Albert Garwood. fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Max Wds*
burg, membership secretary; Mrs.
Bernard Kenton, recording tea*
tary: Mrs. Dave Rothfarb. corres-
ponding secretary; Mrs. Alex Win-
ick, social secretary; and Mrs. Mau-
rice Simmons, parliamentarian.

New officers of Torah group will
be installed at a luncheon to be
given at Miami Springs Villas Moo-
day noon.
Mrs. Bernard Newmark is new
president. She will be installed by
Mrs. Louis Goldman, Medical Cen-
ter chairman for the Florida region.
Others to be installed are vice
president, Mrs. Leonard Egert: vice
president, Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer;
vice president, Mrs. Max Swartz;
recording secretary, Mrs. Milton
Sachs; corresponding secretary'.
Mrs. Abe Freedman; membership
secretary. Mrs. Jerry Baker: finan-
cial secretary, Mrs. Jack Cooper;
treasurer, Mrs. Milton Adler; par-
liamentarian, Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Mrs. Anna Goldberg is chairman
of the installation committee.
*
Installation for the 1957-58 term
will be held at a meeting of the
Chai group Tuesday evening in the
Dunes motel. New officers are Mrs.
Leonard Kitchman, president; Mrs.
Robert Becker, Mrs. Gerald Kluger
man and Mrs. Jacob Bornstein, vice
presidents. Installing officer is
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz.
R. HERBERT L. GOLDBERGER
OPTOMETRIST
Announces
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HOURS:
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Newly-elected officers of Northeast chapter of Robbins, 5165 NE 3rd ct.; Rose Pertes, 445 SW
City of Hope are (left to right) Mesdames Wil- 23rd rd.; Fred Prague, 892 NE 71st st.; and Al
liam J. Whited, vice president, 778 NE 62nd Newman, 530 NE 82nd st. Group is shown at
St.; I. M. Shane, president, 656 NE 74th St.; Wil- recent organization meeting in behalf of na-
liam Kornfeld, secretary, 520 NE 82nd St.; Louis tional medical research center at Duarte, Calif.
Rogers, treasurer, 1880 N. Hibiscus dr.; Jack
Mrs. Lehman
Reelected Head
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman has been re-
elected to serve as president of the
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women.
Reelection came at an annual
meeting of the organization last
week at the Top o' the Columbus.
Vice presidents are Mrs. Her-
bert E. Scher, Mrs. Ben Breslauer,
Mrs. Samuel Gertman and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan.
Others named were Mrs. Ben
Singer, ways and means chairman;
Mrs. Howard Grove, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Burton Goldstein, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Joseph Dun-
tov, corresponding secretary; Mrs
Charles Jacobson. treasurer- anu
Mrs. Leopold Schwartz, assistant
treasuccr.
Club Plans for Tuesday
South Shore Citizens Club of Mi-
ami Beach will meet Tuesday eve-
ning at Beth Jacob Congregation.
MffS. tUM C. UMMAN
Car-
ave..
Flagfer Temple Affair
Pythian Sisters. Flagler Temple,
will hold a smorgasbord at
penter's Hall. 151 NW 37th
Saturday evening.
Rebekahs Meet Tuesday
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 will
hold a brief meeting Tuesday eve-
ning in American Legion Hall, 1828
Alton rd.
DPhil Alums to Meet
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. ofl
Delta Phi Ep.-ilon sorority will
meet Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. S. P. Paetro. 9808 VV. 48th
st, Miami Beach.
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Roosevelt Chapter
Will Install Officers
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
installation dinner at the Garden
restaurant Wednesday.
Installing officer, Mrs. Jerome
Robinson, past president of the
chapter, will install the following:
Mrs. Norman Sand, president
(second term); Mrs. Alvin Bau-
moehl, Mrs. Chester Bromley, Mrs.
David Dubov and Mrs. Irving Rei-
mer, vice presidents: Mrs. Rudy
Dickson, financial secretary; Mrs.
Louis Flum, treasurer.
Mrs. Gordon Marmorstein, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Perry Alt-
field, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Meyer Sherman, parliamentarian;
Mrs. Louis Stahl, historian; Mrs.
Saul Taub, sentinel guardian; Mrs.
Irwin Marshall, Mrs. Eugene Mit-
chell and Mrs. Seymour Rosenthal,
elected board members.
Mrs. Harold Siegel is arrange-
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Jewish community leader, Harold
B. Spaet was honored at a luncheon
Friday at the Roney Plaza hotel.
Hosts for the special affair were
Jules Gillette, master of ceremon-
ies, C. W. Chase, August Geiger,
Freeland Cresap and Dr. Leonard
Jacobson.
Spaet, Miami Beach city council-
man and former municipal judge,
is a candidate for reelection in the
May 28 primary.
The Miami Beach lawyer and
resident of Florida for the past
22 year* became tho city's vice
mayor in 1953, narrowly missing
the mayoralty by 37 votes.
"Spaet has been an active cam-
paigner for order and dignity on
the Election Day scene, having been
successful in first obtaining a 'gen-
tlemen's agreement' among candi-
dates and later spearheading legis-
lation to place curbs on unethical
election practices." his supporters
emphasized Wednesday.
A recognized leader in area civic
and political affairs, the 49-year-old
Spaet is a director of the Florida
League of Municipalities, member
of the Dade Coordinating Commis-
sion, Dade County Tax Council and
past president of the Miami Beach
Bar Assn.
Spaet's activity in Jewish organ-
izations includes Temple Israel, of
which he is past president; presi-
dent of the local chapter of the
Brandeis University Club; director
of Miami Beach Zionist District:
honorary president of the Jewish
Home for the Aged: B'nai B'rith:
and the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
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. Imldh fk^HAyn
Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Kerstein. 840 86th st., will
become Bar Mitrvah Satur-
day morning, May 11, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Marvin is a
student in religious school of
Center and attends-Nautilus
Junior High.
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Silidker, 805 81st st.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. May 11, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Steven is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Dual Celebrations
Are Mapped Here
lira Nnac Pushkin, president, re-
v.mVI this week that the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women
will father for a monthly meet-
\n:\ at th" Algiers hotel Wednee-
evenins m <>f officers
will t.ike place.
On M.iv !>. Ctab I Ml to hold a
combined Israel Independence (< I
olir.-ition rind Mother's Day party at
Kneaeth Israel Con ne I itJon
Ifrs Joeepil Kraut.'. actin presi-
dent, was in charge of arrange-
ments, with Mrs Henry Seitlin
chairman for the evening.
Golda Meir (Inn will meet for
their regular meeting Tuead*) it
Beth Fl congregation I ultural por-
li> n of the meeting, in charge of
Mi- w Seltaar, will also ba dedi-
cated to the observance of Mother's
Pay and Israel- Independence Day.
Beth Israel Sisterhood Will hm ^
Beth Israel Sisterhood will h<>M ,7 "Wfl' MtfJjk]
Us annual membersh.p luncheon' '? w" be^^
Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs.!,JJ? TV' ,h
Harry Schwartz. 3608 Flamingo dr : Mr "dep*nd"iri
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M Beth Sholom.
*nih officiated.
Robert Roth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Roth, 4537 Sheri-
dan ave.. became Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. May
4. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated.
Mrs. Bermann Takes New Term
officers of the the Miami Woeaea of Bnai B rith
rs Dr W,lvn ,s nrL^n,
of the Albert I BalKS"
re- Bnai Br,.h C- Lhk ^f
h Bermann as presKfeni 5 IhK| 'I^
vl>ear h.pter of B na, B nth U Zn
Mrs Herman was I lont
of Beth of the V ne,,.. ,L,f
ton and a former Bnai B nth. and Mr- Reich is nw
Bnai o| th(1 Fnim,
hapter. B nai B nth, and fourth
-Bn-.hi. wee pr, | r>Mru.t Grand
Oth......c......Mr. Murray ^ %f ^ 5? *"~
Lazarus vie. president. Dr. WH- "* u lr>M'.!ed at
I'amWilsan. vice president. Jerry indajr, May 19
Robinson, vice president; Mrs.
B. Bobkc'f recording secretary;
**r*- Harvey Herman, correspond-
ing secretery; end Mrs. Al Re ch
treasurer.
Frank Appoints
Drive Director
Councilman Bernard Frank this
week named Leonard Coleman. Mi-
Heach civic leader, as his cam-
paign manager for the May 28 pri-
mary
Coleman, Who was the only per-:
son cited by President Hunhnmii
in 1956 tor the senior citizens" troth
award, will Mail on his new assign-1
ment immediately.
In accepting the position, Cole-
men said he would resign from
all civic organizations because he
doesn't want "anyone to feel thet
I'm using my positions to aid
Councilman Frank in his cam-
palgn."
The former president of th
! eaftt underline,:
his confidence in Frank in tewrt
la| that "the councilman i~ a i
who fulfills his pr .
Coleman cited "increased Police
protection and the guarantee th.,t
.a new hish school will 'h> ere ted"
as proofi of Prank*! rlaoatttp.
Frank's new campaij n director is
a member of the A.n..
Ska, American Legion. Veteran
Foreign Wars. Jewish War Vcteian*
and the Golden Year- Committee of
Miami Beach.
Coleman wa- former ch ifrauM f
the mayors safety comnittee ind
i- current director Beach Power Squadron.
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Leaders
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[Sarasota
ders active in B'nai
among >P partici-
e-dav convention of
Stale Federation of
Lodges- .
be amnne principal
I when the convention
L. evening. May 11. at
j|oom hotel in Sara-
jwlmiittcr. director of
[regional office. Anti-
[League. will keynote
mians scheduled to
,. E. Albert Pallor,
Jrt of the Fifth Die-
Hilton A. Friedman
Aronoviti, foastmae-
uUlling officer, r-
|delegate< representing
j ami women's chap-
arc expected to
irasola convention, ac-
I George J. Talianoff,
) the State Federation
pt Greater Miami civic
lleader.
. slated to appear are
aer. national director
Youth Organiza-
A. Dobkin, national
B'rith Youth Ser-
Rabbi J. Marshall
il leader of Temple
ttona Beach: J. Harold
I chairman of adminis-
Anti-Defamation Lea-
blius Fisher, secretary
[District.
speaker at the Fed-
linstallation banquet
ng, May 13, will be
on, first secretary of
Ity of Israel in Wash-
lii> assignment as first
the Israeli Embassy.
[director of the Israeli
iPress Office from 1951
ved as press attache
ay of Israel in Lon-
duate ol the Balfour
iooI in Tel Aviv, Ar-
diploma in interna-
if London University.
Wler. ol Sarasota, is
the State Federation
Campaign
into Gear
lin Harold Shapiro's
lor reelection moved
far thi- week with open-
dquarters and sched-
M Ol rallies.
fan for the former Mi-
puyor have been opened
tington ave., and 534
Mfrcy nl South Shore
I Shore headquarters will
thortly, Shapiro said.
i a series of rallies de-
Shapiro "to bring the
affectinq the future
IBach to the people of
P*ch" i$ scheduled for
Inijht in Flamingo Perk.
fhp week Shapiro. Past
pnfthciwv and former
Tian, stressed the need
South sections of Mi-
"pulling together. Nev-
Mn we permit the South
example, to vote down
h*cied \rth Shore au-
|nd m the same bond
F' the North Shore vot-
"> vital extension of
1 More Fishing Pier."
| stressed that he had "liv-
P>' Pledge of four years
FWdjgnity and decorum
M three-ring circus in
.',"> <"uncil echoes
n? *'"" to give full
low eouncilmen for
with me towards that
my two years as mayor
c,rs as councilman."
's heard nightly, except
Sunday, over WAHR
5 "n, H:30 p.m. ,nd
11 m. un lne ^^ gU,
Cantors Attend
Assembly Confab
Cantor William W. Lipson, of
Beth David Congregation, chairman
of the Florida region of the Can-
tor's Assembly, is attending the
tenth annual conference of the
Cantor's Assembly of America and
the department of music of the
United Synagogue of America this
week at Grossinger, N.Y.
Other delegates from the Great-
er Miami area are Cantor Ed-
ward Klein, of North Shore Jew-
ish Center, end Cantor Israel
Reich, of Temple Emanu-EI.
V
The Cantors Assembly and the
United Synagogue of America are
the organizational heads of the 600
affiliated Conservative-Jewish con-
gregations in this country and Can-
ada, most of which are represented
at the convention by their cantors,
rabbis and lay leaders.
The four-day conference in seven
sessions is being devoted to the
examination of cultural and pro-
fessional matters which will result
in a number of resolutions affect-
ing the conduct of almost 1,000,-
000 Jews.
The conference was to terminate
at Town Hall in New York City,
with a concert of "Synagogue Music
Through the Ages,'' choral compo-
sitions dating from the early 17th
century to the present, performed
by the combined ensembles of the
Connecticut, Philadelphia and Met-
ropolitan New York regions and the
student ensemble of the Cantors
Institute under the direction of
Siegfried Landau.
*'Jmls>fk)rScitor>
'GeThHfoowltf
Week at Academy
Parents of prospective kinder-
garteners and first graders will
nave an opportunity to catch a
glimpse of the Academy's primary
education program in action during
Get to Know Us Week" May 15 to
" B I Binder. Academy presi-
dent, announced Wednesday.
Il'ists for the week will be stu-
dents of the kindergarten and first
grade, who will escort the visitor!
on a guided tour through class-
rooms, playground, and other areas
of the school.
In addition to displaying their
class work and handicrafts, they
will also act as hosts in the dining-
room, where the young guests and
their parents will be served lunch.
According to Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal of the school,"
"Get to Know Us Week" will
serve as a unique experience for
both parents and children. "In-
troduction to school can be a
pleasant or fear-laden experience,
depending greatly upon the
child's initial reaction towards
school and studies," Rabbi Gross
said.
"This planned school readiness
program will give the youngsters an
opportunity to orient themselves to
a regular school room situation, and
to help them dispel anv doubts
and fears they may associate with
school and teachers." he said.
A follow-up orientation program
in which school adjustment and
readiness will be stressed is being
planned for late August, prior to
school opening, Rabbi Gross an-
nounced.
Page 7-B
Purdue Club Picks Officers;
0'Neil Elected President
Purdue University Club of South-
east Florida has named Gerry
O Neil, of Lastern Shipping Corp., ternity at the University of Mia
as president for the coming year.
Serving with Miss O'Neil will be
Beta Sigs Will
Sponsor Service
James Beard, first vice president;
May Jewel Gong, second vice presi-
dent; H. B. Lear, third vice presi-
dent; Helen Howden Bowden, sec-
retary; and William M. Crockett,
Jr., treasurer. John Aymonin will
be historian.
Robert M. Thomson will be chair-
man of the board. Board members
will include the officers, Matthew
Taggart, Mabel Thill, Norman Cas-
per and J. R. McElheny.
Local chapter of Beta Sigma fra-
mi
will sponsor a Sabbath service in
honor of Israel's Independence Day
Friday evening, 7:45 p.m., at the
Hillel Foundation, 1100 Miller dr.,
Coral Gables.
Fraternity members will con-
duct the service. Beta Sigma
member Michael Schneider, of
Israel, will be speaker in an ad-
dress on "The Modern Day Is-
rael."
Israeli student Moishe Griver will
act as cantor. An Oneg Shabbat
and an Israeli film showing will
follow the service.
Children's Art on Exhibit
At UN's Lowe Gallery
Children's art will go on display
at the University of Miami's Joe
and Emily Lowe Art Gallery this
week, according to director C. Clay
Aldridge.
Included in the exhibition which
opens Thursday, May 16, will be
selected works from Dade county
schools, art from the UM gallery's
children's classes and examples of
work by youngsters from other
lands.
A photographic series accenting
the degrees of involvement of
children at work will accompany
the actual displays of art work.
Dinner Musi
SID LEWIS &
ORCHESTRA
LEGAL NOTICE
Forum Continues Series
Spinoza Outdoor Forum will con-
tinue its educational and cultural
activities Saturday evenings
throughout the summer. Dr. Abra
ham Wolfson will lecture on "Live
a 100 Years Happily" this Satur-
day evening. Dr. Jacques Fresco,
Miami psychologist, will discuss
"America Looks to the Future."
The Spinoza Forum meets at 11th
st. and Ocean dr.
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