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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining TH JEWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
i 31
__ Number 20
Miami, Florida, rfriday. May 17, 1957
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Dulles Says US Will Disapprove Egypt Move
To Bar Israel Shipping Through Suez Canal
mSIDINT N4SS
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JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASinNGTON-Secretary of State Dulles indi-
cated to a press pnference Tuesday that the United
States does not oppose the dispatch by Israel of a
test ship through the Suez (anal, hut would oppose
any attempt to settle the matter by force.
Dulles said it was hardly up to America to tell
another government not to test its rights. "But the
United States would of course oppose any resort to
force," he said.
Dulles suggested that the United States would
disapprove any action by Egypt to deny passage to
an Israeli ship. He noted, however, that the United
States does not make a practice of expressing views
>n actions by other governments which do not ln-
'olve American interests.
He said the United States had already made its
position clear on unrestricted transit through the
canal in respect to the 1888 Convention.
He said the United States was not sufficiently ad-
vised on any such plan as the reported Israeli inten-
tion to test Suez passage. Therefore," he said,
"there is no U.S. policy on an Israeli test plan."
He added that American views on free passage
in the canal were already known. Further question-
ing, however, elicited the Dulles indication that the
United States would not oppose an Israeli test and
would not approve barring of an Israeli ship by the
Nasser regime.
JOHN fOSTER DUIUS
s clear as
ft RESOURCES CONSIDERED
met Jews Pour into Lower
\lesia, Charge Major Failure
Offer Them Assistance
deration
port Will
>me to Life'
al report of the Greater Mi-
pewMi Federation will liter-
ome tn life at the 19th dinner
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
DXDOXJewish repatriates from the Soviet Union are continuing
into lower Silesia in Poland and like those who came before
Jirf complaining that local government authorities refuse to give
(elementary assistance, passing them on to the local Jewish com
tor such aid.
+ These facts were revealed Tues-
day in the latest issue received here
of "Die Folkstimme," Jewish com-
munity newspaper published in
Warsaw in Yiddish. The news-
paper devotes a special article writ-
ten by one of its correspondents,
who visited Liegnitz not far from
the former German city of Breslau
to see how the Jewish repatriates
are being treated.
Nearly 200 Jews just returned to
Poland from the Soviet Union.
crowded into the Jewish cultural
club at Liegnitz. according to the
I "Folkstimme" writer, to voice their
8 complaints. One of the repatriates
is reported to have informed the
local Jewish residents that various
governmental and communal offi-
cials have refused to help the newly
arrived Jews even to obtain hous-
ing for their families and have re-
fused to aid them in finding work.
"Tha repatriates ware *ant to
the Jewish Cultural Assn.," the
"Folkstimme" report continues,
but tha association has no means
of assisting thasa newcomers. All
tha association can do is to in-
tervene with governmental offi-
cials to saa that something is
dona for thasa poor people. They
arc sent from place to place in-
stead of baing given tha assist-
Centinued on Paga 11 A
Dag Seen Rejecting Block
Under Belligerency Terms
JERUSALEM (JTA)Egypt's implementation of her claim to a state of belligerency by acts such as
the blockade of Israel shipping is contrary to the United Nations Charter, Secretary General Dag Hammarsk-
jold now holds, it was learned here in the wake of the Ben Gurion-Hammarskjold talks last week. Mean-
while, Mr. Ben Gurion reported fully to his Cabinet on his conversations with Mr. Hammarskjold.
firman Leo Chaikin has an-
I that highlight of the eve-
irogram will be a drama-
Prt in the community de-
ng Federation's achievements
the past year.
lured in leading roles will be
i Fine. Howard Kane, Federa-
Wsident. John Serbin, chair-
pf the Combined Jewish Ap-
Jvin Cassel, Mrs. Aaron Farr
Sarold Thurman.
"on A. Friedman and Mrs.
P Graham will conduct the
pl portion of the program,
I sill include community sing-
ings with original lyrics.
temorial to Mrs. Fannie Selig,
[Continued on Page SA
Richards Mum on Extent
Of Doctrine Talk in Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel Ambassador Abba Eban met last
weekend with William Rountree, Assistant Secretary of State, and later
stated that he discussed certain matters outstanding from the visit of
Ambassador James P. Richards to Israel and would resume talks in the
Department after consultation with his government.
Earlier, Ambassador Richards re-*-----1------------------------------------------
fused to say if he had entered into
It is understood that Mr. Ham-
marskjold has davalopad his new
"theory" as an attempt to recon-
cile tha fact of the illegality of
tha blockade with his earlier
statement implicitly upholding
Egypt's claims to belligerency.
According to the Secretary Gen-
eral's theoryas it has been re-
ported here there is a differ-
ence between claiming the exist-
ence of a state of belligerence in
tha absence of peace relations
Continued on Paga 11 A
a commitment to provide military
or economic aid to Israel under the
Eisenhower Doctrine. Mr. Richards,
who has returned to Washington
from a tour of the Middle East as
President Eisenhower's special en-
voy, said any statement should be
made by Israel and that he would
not issue such an announcement on
any particular country.
Informed sources, meanwhile,
revealed that Mr. Richards had
promised to send Saudi Arabia a
considerable quantity of tanks,
artillery pieces, and military jet
planes. The commitment was re-
portedly approved by President
Eisenhower as a move to bolster
the Jordanian regime of King
Continued on Paga 11 A
JMf SOUNDS STRANGELY FAMILIAR
AT A SUITABLE TIME'
Users' Assn. Decision
To Give Free Hand
mders, Humphrey Urge Expansion Check
ijODNGTON (JTA) Sen.
IE. Flanders, Vermont Re-
7"n. called on the Senate
'niv week for greater recog-
of the Nasser Government
acceptance of the nationali-
st the Suez Canal" as part
"American program for the
r"e Last.
[nh,ic, he suggested "sup-
GiV c?fel '" ne*0,">ng for
[ vpia strip as new area requir-
' "'"ling Jews displaced
adjoining territory." He
urged assurances to the Arabs on
limitations of Israeli boundaries
and future population.
Chairman Hubert H. Hum-
phrey, of a Senate subcommit-
tee studying the Middle East,
described Arab "fsar of Israeli
expansionism'' as "genuine. He
told U.S. News and World Its-
port that It was America's duty
-to make H quite clear that we
are apgoiod to expansionism or
aggression from any quarter."
He said this meant "boundaries
between Arab countries and Is-
rael must be abjudicated by ne-
gotiation if there's to be any
realignment of those bound-
aries." Ha described present
boundaries as "temporary" and
as "demarcation lines for the
armistice."
Sen. Humphrey described the
Arab refugee problem as a 'fes-
tering sore" and voiced hope that
Continued on Page I A
JERUSALEM (JTA)In view of
the decision of the Suez Canal
Users' Assn. to permit ships of
member nations to pass through
the Suez Canal, paying the tolls to
the Egyptian authorities under
protest, Israel "probably will feel
free to send our ships through the
Canal," a Foreign Ministry spokes-
man said here Tuesday. +
In Londan. British acquiescence
was announced to Parliament by
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.
His statement came under imme-
diate and severe attack from vet-
eran Laborite leader Herbert Mor-
rison who complained of signifi-
cant ommissions in the statement,
notably any affirmation of the
right of Israeli shipping to use
the Canal. The Government state-
ment was to be debated later in
the week.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry
spokesman said that an Israeli
ship would be sent to the Suez
Canal "at a suitable time." He
explained that the suitable time
would be determined by both po-
litical and economic considera-
tions. The spokesman said it was
unlikely that the ship would be
sent within the coming week but
declined to prophesy on the date.
The spokesman said Israel
maintains the position that if
the Egyptians stopped this ship,
their action would be "n act
' Continued on Page 8 A
Diplomatic Bout
Is 'No Decision'
JERUSALEM (JTA) As United
Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold concluded his two
days of continuous conversations
here with Prime Minister David
Ben Gurion and other top ranking
government leaders, it became evi-
dent that the talks had resulted
in not a single agreement on key
points.
While an official communique is-
sued by both sides declared that
there had been "a frank and com-
plete exchange of views," and that
"specific cases" relating to Arab-
Continued from Page 2 A
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Dag, Ben Gurion Bout Reaches No Decision
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Israel tensions had been iliscii-.nl.
authoritative observers here noted
th.it
1. Israel had hrouKht up aKain
and had reeeived no real taaarancn
about its insistence that Egypt's,
claim to "dfitU of belligerence" 1-
a violation of the UN Charter.
i. Israel did not agrta with Mr.
Hammartlcfold's nMuiit to r-
sxima participation In tha Mimd
Armistice Commissions betweon
Israel on the one hand and, on tho
other, Egypt, Jordan and Syria.
Israel msistad that tho ontiro
armistice had been broken down
by the Arab provocations which
preceded this country's Sinai
campaign last fall.
I wire fence along the entire Gaza
Strip border-while the I'N wants
in criit such a fence only along
some sections of that border, as
demanded by Egypt.
4 lracl will not negotiate the
matter of stationing units of the
United Nations Kmergency Force
long its .side ol the armistice line
One other point understood to
have been broiyht up by Mr, Ham
marskjold way his dissatisfaction Of TaiKS With Ben GUTIOIt
wtflBa
accomplished, smiled and said: "Do
I look unhappy?"
It was understood here that the
Secretary General will report for-
mally to the United Nations mem-
In r.hip about his conversations
here
tiations between Israel and Egypt.
Mr. Uammarskjold replied: "I am
Dog Says He's 'Satisfied'
3. Israel still insists on a barbed
r in wlueWlbe Is
raeli press has referred to hftn. He
indicated he fell he had been de-
puted as anti-Israel and, at times.
anti-Jewish.
However, when the conferences
were over, all emerged smiling. Mr.
Hen Gurion told correspondents,
while crowds cheered him. "the
work is finished." Mr. Hammarsk-
jold. asked whether anything was
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Sec-
retary General Dag Hantmarskjold
was "very satisfied" with the talks
he held in Israel during a two-day
visit to Jerusalem from which he
returned here Sunday morning. He
made that assertion upon returning
to headquarters, saying he felt his
entire trip -which had taken him
also to Rome and Geneva"proved
a most useful one. and the contacts
in Israel were no exception." In
Jerusalem, he conferred not only
with Prime Minister David Ben
Gurion but also with Foreign Min-
ister Golda Meir. Maj. Gen. Moshe
Dayan. chief of staff, and other
leading members of the Israeli
government.
Asked upon his arrival at the
International A.rport whether he
plans to continue his private nego-
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r. May 17, 1?57_
\rael Army Chief
Due Here Sunday
j|vor and Mrs. Shepard Broad of Bay Harbor Islands will hold a
rate reception from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, in the Balmoral hotel for
Benjamin Givli, Army Chid ofStaff of Israel's Northern Command
commander of the infantry Brigade whirh captured 1he Anff t(mns
'ah and El Arish during the Sinai campaign.
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^ io address n Israel
Ung scheduled Sunday night
Balmoral, Col. Givli met
Broad during the mayor's
lent trip to Israel.
C,yors of several North Shore
Lcipalities will be in attendance
Hayor Broad's reception for Col.
111.
tTht 37-year-old carar officer,
startling n6. unorthodox
military maneuvers hay* been ex-
amined by Army staffs and mili-
tary editors throughout the free
world, hat distinguished himself
In tho field of military science for
more than 10 years.
Following the Israel Bond meet-
ing, Col. Givli will be honored at
a meeting Monday night by three
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ing in this meeting will be Beth
tmeth Congregation, host syna-
gogue for the affair, Temple Sinai,
with President David Koppelman
and Rabbi Benno M. Wallach, and
Monticello Congregation, with Pres-
ident Harold V. Brown and Rabbi
Isaac Lerer.
President Stanley Clatter, of Beth
Emeth, is chairman of the commit-
tee appointed to stage the celebra-.
tion of the State of Israel's' ninth
birthday.
Jacob Sher, chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds, said that Nathan
Vlock, a Guardian of Israel and
member of the board of governors
of the Greater Miami committee
for State of Israel Bonds, has ac-
cepted chairmanship of the Sunday
night meeting.
Participating will be Jewish or-
ganizations in the North Shore and
Normandy Isle sections of Miami
Beach, Surfside. Bay Harbor Is-
lands. North Bay Village, Sunny
Isles. Golden Shores and Golden
Beach, according to Vlock.
North Shore Posts and Lodges of
the Jewish War Veterans, B'nai
B'rith, Hadassah and the North
Shore Jewish Center are co-spon-
sors.
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5-Year Students
To be Consecrated
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
first annual graduation service for
students of the religious school who
have successfully completed five
years of daily religious school in-
struction, according to Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, who will officiate at
this special Friday evening serv-
ice.
They are Daniel, son of Mrs. Jen-
nie Appelrouth; Donald, son of Mrs.
Sarah Berkowitz; Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Chaikin; Fred,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Cohen;
Marcia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Cohen: Stephen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen; Phyllis,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Frank; Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Hutner; Philip, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Jacobs; Sandra,
daughter of Mrs. Jeanette Katz;
Gary, son of Mrs. Roslyn Leslie.
Efrem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Lieber; Mimi, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Miller; Daniel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitnick; Ron-
ald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Rubin; Larry, son of Mrs. Eleanor
Schwartz, and Charles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Ungerleider. He-
brew Valedictorian is Marcia Cohen
and English Valedictorian k Efrem
Lieber.
Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Israel
Reich will officiate at the service,
and presentation of diplomas to
graduates will be by Dr. Herman R.
Mechlowitz, chairman of the board
of education.
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Friday. May 17. 1957
Volume 31 Number 20
16 Iyar 5717 _____
A Welcome Resolution
The American Legion's resolution adopted
in Indianapolis last week, accusing Nasser of
serving world Communism and calling upon the
Administration to support Israel's rights in the
Suez Canal and the Gull of Aqaba, is a wel-
come one for all clear-thinking Americans.
The Legion has had its imagination cap-
tured on more than one occasion by extremist
leaders with an eye toward winding the clock of
American foreign policy back to the days of
"safe" isolationism.
No one would, however, deny that this vet-
erans' organization places at the fore what it
believes to be our nation's best interests.
It is out of this motivation that the Legion
passed the pro-Israel resolution.
We hope the American Legion's stand will
help correct an all too prevalent misconception:
that active, realistic support of Israel is exclu-
sively Zionist-inspired. Fact of the matter is
that many intelligent observers, neither Jewish
nor Zionist, have come to look upon Israel as
a central source of the Near East's future
viability.
These observers, together with many of
their fellow citizens of Jewish faith, constitute a
representative cross-section of American opin-
ion, which increasingly regards the Admin-
istration's obdurate attitude toward Israel in the
current Near East crisis as dangerous to the
nation's long-range interests.
Should swift cognizance of the Legion's
action be taken, it will become increasingly dif-
ficult for America's policy-makers to dismiss
pro-Israel sentiment here as "special interest
pressure."
Equally important for its contribution to a
corrected view is the resolution's characteriza-
tion of Egypt's President Nasser as a man "who
has played the Soviet game and has become
an open accomplice of world Communism."
In all the ruckus raised in an unstable Near
East, too little attention has been paid to Nas-
ser's seizure of the Suez Canal and his effort to
use the canal for personal political gain as a
central issue behind the recent Anglo-French-
Israeli campaign. However "understanding"
our foreign policy has presumed to be of our
allies, it lookedand still looksupon Egypt
as a victim of "traditional colonialism."
The American Legion resolution thus serves
two important diplomatic purposes, which are
welcome to an arena confused by much double
talk and contradictory action.
There's A Long Way To Go
At week's end. Greater Miami's Combined
Jewish Appeal announced a total of Sl.604.219
in its 1957 campaign. Last year, the CJA total
was SI. 191.522 for the same period.
While the advance is a significant one,
much remains to be done if the major goals of
the current drive are to be realized. Not the
least consideration is that Miami has assumed
an additional SI 500.000 responsibility as part
of a SI00.000.000 United Jewish Appeal national
emerqency rescue fund.
This drive-within-a-drive responsibility is
above and beyond the annual figure CJA has
set for itself to support the operating reauire-
ments of local, national and overseas affiliate
agencies.
Seen in the liqht of these previously hoped-
for-accomplishments, the 1957 camoaian has a
long way to qo. "Well, just how long?" some
people may want to know. The answer depends
upon each individual.
For those who have alreadv given, the
Combined Jewish ADoeal drive is over. But
it continues as a vital community function for
those who hav* not yet stood uo to be counted.
Thf needs in 1957 are simply too areat tor our
C*A leaders to took at th calendar ana sav:
"Well, the time has come. Let's close up shop."
There can he no cloainq ud shoo so lonq
as the pres:-T >mm;fTation need* of Jewry in
FuroDe and North Africa m*cms lif* or decrh.
Th*i"e cci* be no cloino uo shoo so lona as the
welfare of our commu>itv. at exoreed in c Federation r"wfsw. Ho",rt "oon the timely
and essential giving of each Miamian.
US. BAM OM TOUHISTS UfTtD
We Were Way Off Base
We are. of course, glad to see that the Ad-
ministration has seen fit to resume U.S. eco-
nomic and technical assistance to Israel, with-
held since the Oct. 29 opening of the Sinai
campaign.
The unfortunate thing about the entire mat-
ter is that the announcement of resumption of
aid caught many Americans unawares. They
did not know that the program had been cut off.
Apart from once again pointing up the
Administration's tight censorship hand on in-
formation for publication concerning its foreign
policies abroad, it puts in serious question the
sanctimonious position our delegation took at
the UN during the delicate cease fire arrange-
ments and that President Eisenhower, himself,
sported in his one-man crusade to oust Israel
from Gaza and Sharm el Sheikh.
All along, both the President and our dele-
gation "politely" reminded Israel that non-com-
pliance would result in this nation's Jeading a
sanctions move against her.
But our arbitrary cutting off of economic
and technical assistance was already tanta-
mount to sanctions singly imposed by this na-
tion on the State of Israel without UN say-so.
Such duplicity hardly becomes a government
that fought for and succeeded in achieving
Israel's establishment only nine years ago.
Remember--Vote Tuesday
Ud until now. Dade county's local laws
have been passed by the State Legislature at
Tallohcraaee. The Home Rule Charter is the
instrumentality by which the full power of local
aovernment may be brought to the people of
this county.
An election Tuesday will decide where the
people standwhether they wish to continue
under the ccesent system or whether they pre-
fer, throuah an enlarged board of county com-
missioners, to orovide the area with a commis-
sion-manaaer form of government to serve both
as a oolirv and law-making body.
The Home Rule Charter creates no new
aovernment and no new powers, while strength-
enina those oowers of county and city rule al-
?eHv in existence. A representative body of
Dad* rodents many of whose members'are
noted civic and nhilanthropic leaders, labored
lona and carefully to bring the Charter to the
peoDle.
No maer what the people's decision let
us be s-re that the decision is theirs by convic-
tion rather than bv default. Let's all of us ex-
press our opinions by voting on Tuesday.
during the week
an i mem it .
by LEO MINDUN
THE '*"> of,
bothhonttt,
removed fromt^H
* faction Z*.
~orlmpresano Ji
ttenng achieve,
^Wel!'or Religion
of t bizarre actress to Jewish author
hand, we will hide with shame the less flattering achiev "" *
whose current situation does not speak well jor the rpii*"1*"18'
Th;s is .sheer absurdity. Even though .t be the S^*
trade, it must not be ours to accept an individual as the
intellectual prototype' of his ancestry. Judaism-or Julr
ligionis too significant a phenomenon to be exalted or vin 'n
actions of a single individual. No less will it shun the foul ^
to its purpose that comes from the temporal successes nf" i
of its adherents. asset;
All of which is by way of trying to understand the confj
tus of Brig. Gen. Julius Klein in the current move to rettr
War II seiied German assets held by the Alien Property (
Klein is a former national commander of the Jewish War'
and he is being accused in some quarters of acting as agent [-
in the property fracas.
Briefly, the move involves a proposed bill to return to fB
many all assets held here at the outbreak of the war. Thum
volve reimbursing, among others, cartel organizations. Sonttfi
were giant concentration camp operators during the Hitler
Only through intricate court wrangling, involving years o( L
have they been recently forced to make reparations r^neua
dividual slave laborers and their families who were brotalhi
maimed in performance of their duties. Thee payments, ac
tion with the Born Wiedergutmachung (Reparation) Law, i
pittance of the fortunes lost by the millions of Jews sk
the name of Nazi supremacynot to mention those lost by i
A FOUTt KlQUiST TO fOKQlT
IJOW THIS VERY nation seeks return of its assets on tat I
" sunctity of private propertyand in the face of the fad]
a treaty with Bonn places the burden of payment to Gersast
ing compensation for seized assets squarely on the shouldtni
German government. According to the Jewish War Veteran.lb]
is a sizeable onesomewhere in the neighborhood of half a |
dollars
But that Bonn or its representatives seeks restitution is I
consideration than that an American should find himself in thtj
of devil's advocate. Where the advocate is a Jew, the
comes more complex. If Gen. Klein is an agent for the:
aggrieved party, he must answer to his own conscience. "Bulhrl
Grace of God and the mighty power of America (GenHtVJ
would have led us all to the gas chamber.' William Carmen |
JWV national commander, declared recently at a Department f I
achusetts convention.
It is not for us to attack Klein on the basis of his
this regard. Rather, it it for us to criticize ourselvesto dtfa
false Jewish chauvinism that keeps Klein's role or alleged rotct
in mysterious secrecy. The West German official for whoa I
mer JWV leader presumably fronts is Herman Abs, of erstwhile]
Reich glories. Abs made headlines several years ago with i<
visit to Washington.
My own outrage was reflected in the buM of national prottj]
followed. A letter to the State Department, reminding its|
what was already known about Herr Abs. elicited no reply
letter, more vehement than the first, brought an innocuous retsn
the signature of a distant underling with a carefully selectedM
name. The substance of the retort suggested, in terms whoser
cations could be subsequently denied, that as a newspaperman Itj!
be doing the people an injustice to fire their fancy with is
Abs' pastthat, in short. It might be best to forget the entirer
SIN. SMATHM AlTlKMATIVt ftOfOSAi
I COULD NOT then, and I can not now. in g(x>d conscience lad j
easily. This is precisely what Germans generally w0!{^*l
dothe smitten souls of many of them notwithstanding.
ant role Abs plays in the Bonn government itself, among resents a coalition compromise reluctantly agreed to by
Konrad Adenauera role which will undoubtedly become'
ly important with the chancellor's pausing If Herr Abs all
cooperative creature today, it is that Dr. Adenauer holds*ni
if already failing fist the reigns of fragmentan German dettj
To have remained silent then and to remain silent in
alien property issue is to add to the distorted image o
ness of Abs and his ilk and thus to minimize the meaning"V
This became a local problem when a Congressional iU**T
peared in Miami sometime ago to investigate charges that tntat
istration was guilty of exercising censorship m the "^"jryf
information to the American people. That the charge 1S"*"7T
ing. no less, the jealeusly-guarded secret of (he actual W
petency of the President to carry out the duties of his
ly be contested.
I presented my information on the State I>epartmentj;
to Rep Dante Fascell and his committee. What h*P^ J
well as to countless document* presented b> others *
where, is subject to little conjecture. ,.-*'(
In any case, this is the man for whom Gen Mem aim^
in Abs' latest bid to assist the cartelscore of his oj-
character. Florida Sen. George Smather-, has an aJ,f"ualirf
finitely more satisfying proposal for the destiny of w
education for children of veterans in the important en
sciences fields.
a STAN* Mtrsr ai tamim
CfN. SMATHIRS HAS long been concerned by the Sovtf
* advantage over us in these field*. 1' hu 0^,,v
global war for men's minds must begin with the -"^-^
own. For this reason, he is. a principal proponent oi u*"*
German assets as a scholarship fund. mOB*
But Gen Klein, a former Jewish War Vet.-ran. ^ (
legedly has other ideas. JWV has been an outspo*. ^^
bill aimed at supporting the return to Bonn of t ^jjj
now in the hands of the Alien Property Custodian ?urt
an ardent spokesman in behalf of Sen. Smather> a"
It would behove JWV. and other organizations^
the affair, either to clear Gen. Klein of the charge: g
disavows or to confront him with it. Ignoring the jj^j
Jewish merely makes our tnoral outrage against B^
laughable and puny; It otherwise, although we pw^
etaim to being outraged, we may in truth have no equ-
moral.


MayjZ:
1957
"JmisMnrlril**
leration Report Will
\ome to Life'Monday
If 19th Annual Meet
rtinotd from Page 1 A
i here some six weeks ago,
i Ante ill be included in
' Mrs. Selig was vice
It of Federation in 1986 and
L chairman of the Com-
tish Appeal in 1M2 Sam
L Rabbi Joseph Narot will
ed in the memorial cere-
Levenson and Mrs. Louis
will report for the nomin-
Lnittees of Federation and
ten's Division, and officers
] members will be elected
I coming year. Invocation
delivered by Rabbi Leon
Stanley C. Myers, foundtr pres-
ident of Federation and na-
tionally known figure In the field
of community welfare, is expect-
ed to announce, for the first time,
the establishment of a Presidents'
Award in recognition of special
achievement by young men and
women in community service.
Mrs. Irving Cypen is chairman of
attendance, and Mrs. Tony Lane is
in charge of decorations. Chair-
man of hostesses. Mrs. Aaron Farr,
has requested members of her com-
mittee to report to the Alhambra
room of the .Seville. Monday even-
ing. 6:15 p.m., to receive their
badges and final instructions.
Members of the hostess commit-
tee include Mrs. Meyer Baskin,
Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Leo Chaikin,
Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Charles
Feinberg. Mrs. George Goldberg
Mrs. Howard Kane, Mrs. Aaron Kan-
ner. Mrs. Inez Krensky. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. Mrs. Sam Lipton, Mrs
Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Sam Rost.
Mrs. John Serbin. Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs.
Carl Susskind and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle.
Page S-A
breakfasts for teen-agers, which is
part of the youth activities pro-
gram at the Temple.
Closing Youth Breakfast Due
Temple Emanu-El will hold itsd
closing Sunday morning youth
breakfast service, dedicated to
parents in honor of Mother's and
Father's Day, Sunday morning.
The event will commence with
a service in Friedland Chapel at-
tended by parents and children
and conducted by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Cantor Israel
Reich.
f; :
-B
He's Named Chairman
David Whitman, president of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Wednes-
day announced the appointment of
Joseph Cohen as chairman of the
congregation's installation banquet
June S. In addition to his activities
at Beth Jacob, Cohen is active in
The event brings to a close the Federation, Mount Sinai Hospital
15th season of Sunday morning and the Hebrew Academy.
Lption and dancing at 6:30 jett
I precede the dinner meet-
er*
to the ti/i'for
fill Serve
IAHC Board
I. Ell. honorary president of
I Beth Sholom, has been
i the national board of the
American Hebrew Con-
ns, national body of Lib-
brm Judaism in the United
|is served actively at Beth
i and in Greater Miami af-
the past IS years.
a past president of the
Miami Jewish National
uncil and a member of the
board of the Greater Mi-
ksh Federation.
lNSrTV*Sr**elJ
fj( ,1Mam i
r.1
9r
^. VwkkfcAt.f,
Ctrl if i4 OS
1 Keekee.^
WetchterNJ
iHER
a YevtOaMav
Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
It seems to me that Boris Smo-
lar's article in last week's issue on
"Religious Revival" may have had
some figures, but I doubt if he got
all the facts on the subject.
I personally wish Boris would
have been at the Torah weekend,
which was held last summer at the
Waldman Crown hotel, where rab-
bis and laymen of the Conservative
movement spent a joyous Sabbath
and talked religion.
We didn't compare pocketbooks,
but it was quite obvious that Con-
servative Judaism is a living Juda-
ism, whose future growth is solid
because it presents our religion pro-
perly.
When I originally came to Miami
in 1937. the area had three or four
congregations. Today, with the
growth of this area, we have 35
congregations most in existence
five years or less.
More than half of these are Con-
servative. How's that for figures?
You are to be complimented for
the series of articles on "Notes
from the Rabbi's Pulpit."
MORRIS J. HARRIS
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OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
OF THE
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
The following Slate of Officers and Board of Governors will be present-
ed bv the Nominating Committee to be voted upon by members in good
standing* at the Annual Meeting. Seville Hotel. May 20.
e
Dinner 6:30 Business Meeting 8:30 p.m.
* An individual member shall be any person who makes a pledge to FEDERATION, and who prior
to the annual meeting of the membership, has paid $10.00 or more on such pledge.
(For Dinner Reservations, Call IE 8-4331)
President:____
Vice Presidents:
Treasurer: ......____
Associate Treasurer:
Secretary:....._____
Associate Secretary:
SLA
......_ Aaron Kanner
Shepard Broad
Sam C. Levenson
John Serbin
Harold Thurman
Mrs. Carl Weinkle
Sidney Lefcourt
..........Leo Chaikin
.......Arnold Seeder
Milton A. Friedman
TE
Chairman: .......
Vice Chairman:
TRUSTEES
______________Samuel N. Friedland
_______________ Abe Kurman
Dr. Morris Goodman
Howard Kane
M. J. Repelewitz
Ben Meyers
David Phillips
Joseph M. Rose
William Agranove
Jack Corner
Lee Eisenstein
Mrs. louis Glasser
Lee Goldman
Sam A. Goldstein
HONORARY TRUSTEES
Moses Ginsberg Marcie Liberman
PAST PRESIDENTS
Sam Blank Dan Raskin
Benjamin Bronston ,'acob Sber
Howard Kane Wm. 0. Singer
Stanley C. Myers Carl Weinkle
Max Orevitz
Harry Sirkin
ELECTIVE GOVERNORS
Mrs. Jack Ablin
Leo Ackermen
Mr*. Leo Ackermen
Jerome R. Adelmen
Mrs. Morris Alpert
Sidney Ansin
R. William* Apte
Saul Ashkenazy
Harry August
Meyer Baskin
Mrs. David Bass
Dr. Melvin Becker
Albert Beer
Herman Binder
Morris Black
Daniel M. Broad
Col. Dudley Brodie
Mrs. Arthur Burrell
Jack A. Cantor
Alvin Cassel
David Cat*man
Mrs. Leo Chaikin
Isidor A. Cohen
Joseph Cohen
Joseph Dallett
Harry Diamond
Joseph Duntov
Mrs. Joseph Duntov
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz
Clemen Ehrlich
Leon Ell
Mrs. Aaron Farr
Mrs. Charles Feinberg
Herman Feldman
Martin Fine
Mrs. Dorothy Fink
Jacob C. Fishman
David Fleeman
Mayshie Friedberg
Charles Fruchtman
J. L. Gabin
Joseph Gardner
Seymour Gelber
Richard Gerstein
Dr. Samuel Gertman
Marvin Goldmen
Sam Goldman
Burton B. Goldstein
Harry Gordon
Mrs. Harry Gordon
Max M. Gordon
Dr. Philip Gotlieb
Charles E. Gottlieb
Dr. George Graham
Dr. Julius Greenhouse
A. J. Harris
Isadora Hecht, Jr.
Louis Heiman
Albert J. Hirsch
Morris Honlgbeum
Maurice Hyman
Leon Jacobs
Hyman Kam
Mrs. Aaron Kanner
Sam Kantor
Leon Kaplan
Julius Kasdin
Dr. David Kirsh
Jay Kislak
Morris Klass
Irvin Korach
Harry Koretzky
Aaron Kravltz
Tom Kravitz
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
Mrs. Irving Lehrman
Ehiel Lesowoder
David Levirteon
J. Gerald Lewis
Bernard H. Liberman
James David Liebmen
Seymour B. Liebman
Herbert Linick
Joseph M. Lipton
Samuel Lipton
Mrs. Louis Makovsky
Oscar Member
Marvin Markowitz
Herman Marks
Joe Masters
Alyce Mayne
Joseph Mechlow
Max Meisel
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
Mrs. Joseph Mintzes
Jack Muravchick
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. Harry Platoff
Jacob Rabinowirz
Mrs. Matilda Ratner
Marvin Rauzin
Col. Nathan B. Rood
Joseph Rosenblum
Julius Rosenstein
Burnett Roth
Irving Seal
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
Irving Schatzman
Herbert E. Setter
Philip Schoenberg
Louis Segal
Mrs. Henry Seitlin
Albert D. Sherman
Fred K. Shochet
Robert Shorr
Nathan Siden
Mrs. Larry Silverman
Lee Simkins
Isidore B. Simkowitz
Morris Simon
Harry Simonhoff
Lawrence Singer
Milton Sirkin
Emanuel Smith
Abe Solosko
Harold B. Spaet
Dr. Jess Spirer /
Samuel Stark
Joseph R. Stein
Bernard Stevens
Mrs. Bernard Stevens
Sidney Stiller
Cerl Susskind
Mrs. Carl Susskind
Meyer Teigman
Jack Topell
David Trau
Gus Trau
Dr. Joseph Weidberg
Julian Weinkle
William Weintraub
Sam Weissel
A. B. Wiener
Charles Whitebrook
Oscar Zeltzer
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer
Harry Zukernick
ORGANIZATIONAL DELEGATES
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Joseph Alter
Ben Appel
Rabbi Simon April
Sidney Aronovitz
Mrs. Sam Badanes
Mrs. George Baltuch
Nathan Becker
Willard Bender
Philip Berkowitx
Moshe Berman
Louis E. Bush
Stanley Caidin
Jerry Carver
Albert Comanor
A. Budd Cutler
Irving Cypen
Sidney Efronson
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz
Mrs. Frances Entine
Leon Epstein
Miss Minnie Feinberg
Jack M. Fink
Joss Freed
Mrs. Larry Friedland
Efraim Gale
Mrs. Samuel Gertman
Samuel Gartner
Sol Goldman
(appointed by member organizations)
Abe Kurman
Ralph Lachman
Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Mrs. Harold Melnick
Milton Miller
Beryl Morrison
Rabbi Joseph Narot
Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein Sidney Palmer
Daniel Neal Heller
Max Holtzberg
Abe Hurevitz
Dr. A. J. Ishlon
Mrs. Herman Jacobs
Max Jacobson
Mrs. Sol Kann
Mrs. Leon Kaplan
Mrs. David Kirsh
Isidor Kramer
Max Krauss
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Maurice Pearlstein
Arthur Pekelner
Al Quadow
Mrs. Norman Reinhard
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
Leo Robinson
Frank A. Rose
Mrs. Sidney Schwertz
Louis Schwartzman
Sam Seitlin
Mrs. Abe Seltzer
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
Mrs. Sol Silverman
Mrs. Oscar Sindell
Mrs. Ben Singer
Mrs. Milton Sirkin
Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Mrs. Paul So be I
Mrs. Gerald Soltz
Ralph Spero
Harry Spivack
William Sussman
George J. Talianoff
Rabbi Ya'akov Rosenberg Jesse Teitler
Sol Rovin Bernard Weksler
Mrs. Oida C. Rubin Leonard Wien
Mrs. Samuel Sakrals Nat Winokur
Isidor Schwartz Stuart Winston
as
of
ie
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to
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Page 6-A
Board Chief Says
Charter Will Bring
Dade New Roads
The sorry traffic conditions of
the arterial streets and roads of
Dade county will continue to pet
worse unless the citizens of the
county adopt the Home Rule Char-
ter Tuesday, the chairman of the
Metropolitan Charter Board assert-
ed Wednesday.
S. D Phillips, Jr.. former mayor
of Miami Shores who headed the
17 member Charter Board appoint-
ed by Gov. I.oHoy Collins, declared
"under our present governmental
Bet-Op with its overlapping jurisdic-
tions and piece-meal attempts at
v. rrective mo;i-uro- we never can
hope to achieve anything but more
COI til-ion in our traffic problem "
Ihillips said he referred to the
pre-ent county-municipal govern-
ments and their individual efforts
tfl cofjfl with county wide problems
"We have nearly 800,000 resi-
dents living in Dad* county in
the 26 municipalities and in the
unincoroorated areas of the coun-
ty. We're growing at the rate of
300 families each week, and we
do not now have the kind of gov-
ernment to solve the increasing
needs of our people.

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1
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Pop' Series Schedules Brilliant Program
Beginning at Beach Auditorium June 9
S. 0. WIMPS, it.
Glasser Elected
Junior Chamber YP
Robert L dhisser. president of
the Miami Beach Jaycees. was elec-
ted state Junior Chamber of Com-
merce vice president pro tern at
the Ninth District caucus in Key
West last week.
In accepting the post. Glasser
said that "This great honor is a
tribute, not onlv to me. but all the
voung men in Miami Beach and our
' last week, when the rains came, district, who are serving their com-
our streets were tlo,led with u- munit,es through Jaycee projects.
cess water becaosi we do not have an(i are making contnbutions to
the proper drainage system for our the general welfare of the people."
streets and roads," Phillips pointed
Glasser is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and the Uni-
versity of Florida. For tho past
five years h* has been associated
with his brother Leonard, in their
architectural offices on Lincoln
rd.
001
"The flooded streets and the
jammed-up traffic trying to move
on a terrible road system certainly
brings it home to every one of our
citizens that something's got to be
done.
The answer to all of these prob- _. ,. ..
I. lies the Home Rule Char- ,Th* f,rm ,has **en c,,*.,". tbe
ter he added planning of religious buildings.
Fh.lhps sa.d that a six lane high Ihey >!ave &***** Temple Emanu-
Waj that narrows down to a two- H rell8,ous ^aooi- North D"d*
lane street when it comes to a Re>|JS Center *nd Btth EnM>th
nic.pal boundary makes little sense Congregation
either from an engineering or a Glasser will be officially instolled
practical standpoint at {he F,ond Jaycee convention in
The Charter would establish a n- Ldrda' this weekend,
home rule government for Dade
county, giving the County Commis- Uki DktCtOT ffdSnJM
si.m the right to legislate matters William H Fisher, director of
which affect the entire county student housing at the University
Laws for Dade county now are of Miami for the past 11 vears. will
parsed by the S ta t e Legislature resign from the post June 15. ac-
which meets in Tallahassee every cording to dean of students Noble
,u' >*" ________________ Hendrix.____________________
Miami Beach Bank Posts Officers;
Powell, Thurman, Yon Zamft Listed
an attorney. He has been in the
banking business in Binghamton.
N Y for about 20 years, serving in
the rapacity of director and attor-
ney for the Industrial Bank of Bing-
hamton. during that time Roatfake
will supervise the Consumer Credit
Department of the bank
Lockshin. assistant vice presi-
dent, is alo vice president of the
Golden Age Beverage Company.
Besides Rosef-kv. Jack Murav-
chick was named to the board of
directors. Muravchiek has been a
resident of Miami Beach for 21
years, dunng which time he own-
ed and operated many Miami Beach
hotels, including the Sagamore
South Seas. Betsy Ross and Carib-
bean
Fine music with the light, sum-
mer touch, red checked table cloths,
refreshments and table chatting
will all mark the seventh season
opening June 9 of the Miami Beach
Pop Concerts by the University of
Miami Summer Symphony Orches-
tra.
The ten-concert series, aranged
In Mrs. Marie Volpe. symphony
manager, will sparkle with such
outstanding artists as conductors
Leroy Anderson. Arthur Fiedler
and D'Artega and pianist Jesus
Maria Sanroma.
D'Artega will begin the musi-
cal menu at Miami Beach audi-
torium June 9 and 14 with pro-
grams chosen from the works of
Rodgers and Hammerstein, Kern,
Porter, Romberg, Victor Herbert
and Rudolf Friml. On June 23
and 30, Leroy Anderson will con-
duct the all-professional orches-
tra.
John Bitter, musical director of
the symphony, will take the baton
July 2 and 28 His first appearance
in the series will also feature guest
artist John Sebastian, harmonica
virtuoso.
The only woman conductor to
[establish and direct a full sym-
phony orchestra composed exclu-
sively of women. Ethel Stark, will
be on the pops podium July 14. Al-
! berto Bolet. director of the Ha-
I vana Philharmonic Orchestra, will
; present a Spanish-Cuban program
ion July 21.
Aug. 4 will see Arthur Fiedler
conducting. Mr. Bitter will re-
turn with pianist Sanroma and
an all-Gershwin program Aug. 11,
the sixth year Sanroma has been
returned by popular demand.
Guest artists will also include so
pranos Donna Maria Hankla. Jean-
ette La Bianca and Beverly Sills;
P-n. Martha Jg?*
Jean Bedetti. *m]
The pop concert, ,i J
Plete sell-oUt m ,n JH
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mi Beach last week revealed
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U the same meetin; the follow
ing officers were listed: Martin D.!
\ Zamft. chairman of the board:
Harold Thurman. president: R in-
ert D. Lang, vice president: Alex i
Rcsefskv eke president: and Rob-
ert E. Loekshin. assistant vice pres '
ident.
Thurman, a Harvard graduate,
is already well-known in local
banking circles as president of
the Miami National Bank. He is
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, as well
as chairman r.f- its community
planning committee.
In addition, he is vice president
of the Bureau of Jewish Education,
board member and chairman of the
religious school committee of Tem-
ple Israel, vice president of the
Hillel Foundation at the l'n;\
cf Miami, board member of the
1 ter Miami Jewish Community
Center, member at large of the <
Budgeting Conference, and chair-
man of the Senior (Vnens '>
ion of the Welfare Planning Council
of Dade County.
Lang, a native of Ohio, came to
Florida in the early 1920s A for
tner examiner in the Florida State
Banking Department, he has filled
maay executive positions with
banking firms.
Fosefsky. in addition to being
named a director, has also been
made a vice president of the bank
He is a graduate of Cornell and
Confab Planners
Hear Reports
B'nai B'rith convention co-chair-
men Burnett Roth and Judge Mil-
ton A. Friedman beaded the re-
port committees at a recent execu-
tive meeting for District 9's mid-
June convention.
Special guests were the presi-
dents of the area-wide 12 women's
chapters and nine men's lodges at
the Cadillac hotel.
Highlights of the meeting renew-
ed emphasis on the B'nai B'rith con-
vention journal by chairman Sid-
ney H. Palmer; strong pledges for
doubled membership throughout
the state: and a new focus on senior
citizens as new members.
The seven-state convention takes
place on Miami Beach June 22 to
26. Miamians will precede its of-
ficial opening with a pre-conven-
tion frolic June 16 at the Ronev
Plaza.
Mother's Day Boafride
Detroit Social Club held a
Mother's Day Boatnde Sunday af-
iternoon. leaving from Pier 10.
Simpson Rosenberg and Philip
Suckerow were in charge of reser-
\ations
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tead Air Base
Jotah Fete Sunday
, ..: n 0f religious service equipment provided by the Air
f"curort by Homestead Air Force Base for personnel of Jewish
Mentation of a Torah, will be made in a consecration and
ceremony, sponsored in conjunction with the Base and
'""Miami Jewish Community Center, and the Army and Navy
representing the National Jewish Welfare Board.
Pag 7-A
Natives of the Miami area
j/u Veterans and Ladies
fes will present the Torah
chased for use in worship
,nd officers of Jewish faith
ktead Air Force Base Sun-
Loon at 3 p.m.
L-s and welcome will be
[by Chaplain T. E. Adams,
I,he Homestead Air Force
tpartment of Florida JWV
Honor will present the
B. Leon Hurwitx, Home-
Mr Force Base deinated
Jtwish clergyman, will
j the liturgical and rab-
[functions of the conaecra-
y. Pronouncing th
and benediction for
rttM will be Rabbi Alfred
Hon Made
lode Staff
[A Laws, former manager
estate and the mortgage
tment of ""h ffc-nnlc-
fings Bank,
kn, NY.,
joined the
| Dade Fed-
ivings and
bsn. of Mi-
J -i'ph M.
president
Be Federal.
teed Wed-
stated that
(background LAWS
123 years with the Brooklyn
and tfjat this'" experience
i be put to use in Dade Fed-
Allapattah Branch office
bge loan department.
Is resides temporarily at 1452
Ith st. As soon as his wife
Children join him, they will
permanent residence.
Wixmih, honorary chaplain. De-
partment of Florida Jewish War
Veterans, and Rabbi Skop, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Assn.
After the ceremony, members of
the Homestead Jewish Community
Center will entertain guests with
refreshments in honor of the offi-
cers, airmen, and their families of
the Jewish faith at the Community
Center on NE 8th st. and 2nd ave.,
in Homestead.
Among guests attending the cere-
mony will be officers of the nation-
al and state organizations of the
Jewish War Veterans and Auxil-
iaries: Willard H. Bender, national
executive committeeman; Nathan
Gobey, Commander, Department of
Florida; Mrs. Lester C. Soldz. pres-
ident of the Ladies' Auxiliary: and
Mrs. Rose Horn, Florida National
Guard Ladies' Auxiliary.
Leon Kaplan, Sidney Palmer and
Efraim Gale, representing the j
Greater Miami Jewish Community I
Center, will be present, as well as
Irving Peskoe. Homestead Air
Force Base liaison, and Rabbi Hur-
witz, designated visiting Jewish
clergyman, acting as steering com-
mittee on behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
| Army and Navy committee for the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
Organ prelude and postlude will
be by Robert Strassburg. Cantor
Israel Reich will render appropriate
liturgical melodies.
Young Rabbi Helps Breed
Tolerance in Church Talk

Judge Louis E. Levinthal, of
Philadelphia, chairman of In-
dependent Zionists of Amer-
ica, announced this week the
appointment of Dr. Gershon
Gelbart as executive director
of organization. Dr. Gelbart
joins new group, which holds
its Founding Assembly May
18-19 in New York City, after
serving as educational direc-
tor of Jewish Education Assn.
of Essex County of Newark,
N.J., for past seven years.
installation luncheon
Deborah Tuberculosis Society
held an installation luncheon Tues-
day noon at the Algiers hotel.
Rabbi Samuel April, of Temple
Emanuel in Lakeland, Fla., was
recent guest speaker at an eve-
ning service of Beymer Memorial
Methodist Church in nearby Win-
ter-Haven.
It was the first time that a
rabbi preached in a local Chris-
tian church.
Rabbi April's talk made a pro-
found impression on his listeners.
He spoke on "World Brother-
hood."
It also made a profound im-
pression on the editors of the
"Lakeland Ledger." Editorialized
the newspaper's staffers:
It is fairly common in more
metropolitan centers of our
country for Jewish rabbis to
preach or speak In Protestant
churches and for Protestant
ministers to address Jewish con-
gregations. In some cities, Jews
and Christians often hold inter-
faith dinners and meetings and
get to know each other better,
thereby building up a lot of
mutual respect and esteem for
their respective faiths and for
each other individually."
Calling the young spiritual lead-
er "the brilliant young rabbi."
the "Lakeland Ledger" continued:
"Now that 'the ice has been
broken' locally, it would be a fine
thing if other Winter-Haven
churches felt impelled to do like-
wise. Nothing does so much for
tolerance and understanding as
learning to know the other per-
son or the other creed a little
better."
Rabbi April is son of Rabbi and
Mrs. Simon April, of Miami He-
Drew School and Congregation.
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Announcement has been made
this week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
president of the Assn. of Florida
Rabbis, of the 14th annual state
conference to be held in Tampa
Monday and Tuesday.
Important matters affecting
Jewish communities in Florida and
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Mayor of Elath
Will Visit Miami
Hanoch Nenner, tl\ namic Mavor
i Elath, the port city on the Gulf
i I Aqaba which is exported to be-
come Israel's gateway to Asia and
Africa and its southern terminus of
a hug* oil pipeline network, will
.1 pear at 8:15 p.m. Thursday, June
' :. at the Algiers hotel, in behalf
i the State ot Israel Development
>' ltd Issue.
The meeting, sponsored by all
v niist organisations of reater Mi
'i. was announced hy Anhur
Pi kelner, chairman of the Council
' i Zionist Presidents.
Sponsoring or^aniiations In-
clude the Miami Zionist District,
rf which Abraham Kasow is pres-
ident; the Miami Beach Zionist
District, with Burnett Roth at
president; the Coral Gables Zion-
i>t District, with Max Friedson
*s president; and the North Shore
Zionist District, with Eira Fine-
sold as president.
Assn. Decision to Give Free
MAMOCH NlN/ilB
Seymour I I.iehman. president
11 the Zionist Orfanisation of
America for Southeastern United
States, with headquarters m Miami
Beach, heralded the mayor's \isit
"as a greet honor for the ZOA here
The mayor and his city have been
I i the nation's front pages "
He added that it is BOA national
policy "to make every Zionist an
I ael Bond holder."
The oftuial duties of Mavor Nen
include both the administrative
l development of Elath The
importance of developing Elath in
U) a first rate harbor on Israel's
* point ol contact with the Red
Sea becomes evident when examin-
ed against the backcround of recent
accomplishments in that area. A
large part of the funds realized
from the sale of Israel Bonds is
being used for the construction of
oil pipelines from Elath to Beer
theba and to the Heletz oil fields
and. from these places, to the \!e,l
iterranean coast, near the oil re
finerj at Haifa.
Mayor Nenner is also faced with
the responsibility of submitting
plans and following through on the
construction of a railway and bet-
ter motor roads to link Elath with
the rest of the country -These pro-
jects and others will require in-
vestment capital, which to a very
large extent, must come from Is-
rael Bonds. Liebnun explained
Wednesday.
Flanders, Humphrey
Urge Israel Check
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,vie Inited States would be able
i prevail -Upon both Israel and
'ie Arab countries to do some-
thing about this
He said one way that fee
-light set a stan u for Israel to
.crept the fact of responsibility
i t repatriation of the refu
.nd then on a quota basis ,.\,r
I period of time, yea could re-
patriate a cenain number, if thev
1 ant to come back and go through
<* proccs. of being reintegrated
herefore. the Arab States, having
heir petal Beak, will
be hi a more receptive mood to
taMtab these refugees ,n
her landsIraq. Syria Egypt

Sen Flanders said last weekend
thai Communism threatened the
Middle East^bul /theUSonistic
expansion of Israel is the other
pettea threat of aggression "
In a Senate speech. Flanders
called for limitation of immigra
tiqn into Israel I nrestrirted im
migration into Israel. Flanders
said, must be "labelled as a men
ace to the Arab world He said
immigration should be limited to
Jewish refugee* from F.-v pt Anv
expansion of the limits of Israel
must be treated in the eves of the
I nited Nations and of the nations
individually as an act of aggre*
sion. It must be so treated bv our
own government Onlv when this
's done can the Arab nations feel
any security against this menace
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international law.
Israel feels a sense of urgency
in th s question, the spokesman
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tance of the Canal to Israel and
i < .use there is no other way of
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Shapiro Reveals
Mew Endorsements
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-V section of
:ni Beach this week.
founct'inan Shaoira, w*io erred
- mayei t ir hi I years after re-
relvine the greatest vote ever af-
forded a Miami Beach candidate in
the 1953 election, moves into the
21st st Communitv Center Satur
l.n night for the fifth of 12 rallies.
'The oeople deserve the right
t-> centrort the candidates at
th-e public rallies," Shapiro
said.
The first two Shapiro rallies, held
Saturday and Sunday nights at!
Flamingo and Washington Park, at- j
traded more than 1.900 persons
With the 600 persons at Washington
Park the largest rally in the South
Shore park in four years.
Neat support for Shapiro this
wed was announced by Leo Eisen-
stein. former president of the Mi-
ami Beach board of realtors: Allen
Goldberg, president of the Civie
League and exalted ruled of the
Elks; John Lunin. labor leader and i
member of the city personnel
board; Louis Shafkin. chairman of'
the planning board; Harry Webb,
vice president of the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League; Bernard'
ust and Philip Rose. North Shore
business leaders: and many others.
Frances as* ,k
of the user-.,5 "* ""V
suring freedom of passage of the
Canal to all shipping
The spokesman stressed that Is-
rael still maintains a policy of
active cooperation on the Canal
question with the maritime na-
tions, especially Prance. He dis-
closed that Israel is now conduct
ing talks with the French on the Nas-frs terms
Canal question in Psris. He said
would havw-broken-the maritime
powers' boycott of the Canal, but.
in view of the users' association
decision, this intention was no
longer so firm. The French atti-
tude, the spokesman declared, is
still a most potent factor in Is-
rael's considerations. The fact, i
however, that Israel is keeping in!
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lawim <> *other iri urU% "* *,ticU* prepaeed by spiritual
I, for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner1' in cooper-
1 ,'h ilif Greater Miami Rabbinical Ann. Rbbi Abraham
*"/ fi/er*etfc Irretl Jiorthside Center, ii coordinator of thi$
program.
nagogue, Congregant
,st Meet Half Way
BBI H. LOUIS ROTTMAN
(h Israel Congregation
, todav living in times
fare described by sociolo-
L observers of American
flife as a period of renewed
in religion. An increase
gogue affiliation among
pie thnughout the coun-
ointed lo as evidence of
jtual awakening on the
fjewMi men and women in
I States.
same time, however,
jie observers, joined by
jd other individuals who
i position to feel the pulse-
American Jewry, realize
spite of an increase in
ue attendance and affilia-
new manifestation of
i enthusiasm remains at a
[superficial level. The basic
land teachings of our relig-
not yet penetrated the
WUUGHTING TIME
Iyar 6:44 p.m.
1
periphery of American Jewish
life. In.analyzing the disparity
between synagogue attendance
and religious living, two primary
factors are highlighted.
The first is the unfortunate real-
ity that so many of our syna-
gogues in the United States have
ceased to become institutions
which arc sincerely interested in
improving the religious life of
their congregants. The intensity
of religious education and indoc-
trination so typical of the Bais Ha-
Kncsseth and Mais HaMidrash of
old has virtually disappeared from
the average American synagogue.
With the exception of prayer ser-
vices and occasional adult classes,
both of which unfortunately fall
short of actively influencing the
participant to improve his every
day religious living, the syna-
gogue docs not attempt to bring
its congregants closer to the Qod
of their Fathers.
The second factor is that the
American Jew living in a society
where material values are given
such importance, has no real in-
clination towards accepting Jew-
ish ideals and practices. Emersed
in a culture which in so many
ways is diametrically opposed to
the fundamental teachings of our
religion, he does not appreciate
Torah is the starting point of any
true Jewish living. Conversely,
disinterest in the everyday study
of the Torah would lead one along
a path of religious indifference,
eventually ending in Atheism.
If we are truly to witness a re-
vival of Jewish Jiving in this coun-
try, the synagogue and the congre-
gant must meet each other half
way. The congregation must re-
orient itself so that it can function
primarily as an effective educa-
tional institution. The American
Jew, on the other hand, must ac-
cept the goal of synagogue affilia-
tion as not merely entertainment
and social enjoyment but religious
instruction and teaching. It is
the American Jew and Jewess
who must resolve to make a place
for everyday Judaism in their
life. It is the synagogue that
must inspire and direct them to
this end. ,
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative Rabbi
Hanry Okolice. Cantor Maurice
Nou.
Friday S: 15 p.m. Unique annual tar-
vlcea conducted by the itudenta who
have become Bar Mitzvah timing the
year. Bermon: "Growth of the liar
Mltsvah Group." Saturday 9 a.m. Rar
Mitzvah: Ira, son of Mr. and Mis.
Abraham Block,
e e e
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th tt. Consarvativa. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Ki iiiay S:1S p.m. Bermon: "Call Her
BBoaaeeV1 Conaeeratlon of new plater.
hood officers ami hoard mambera* Sat-
urday I 13 ..... Mil '.....rah BTIn't,
mim ,,i Mi. .. ii., lire, i., i .1.,. >i >.....ii nan.
SOUTH DADc JIWUH CEN
TER. kc.o..... Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgerd.
Friday R:l"> p.m. .> :17 M- 11 Ik. I'M-
verelty ol Miami. Barmen: "New i. ~iit
from the Anrlent l':isi A K.-virw of
the Bttmlflemnce of late Dead Bea
Scroila." Hai Mitzvah: Larry, aon of
Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Balkoff. Instal-
lation of Youth Group officers.
a a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Consarvativa. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
l-'riii.n M p.m. Beienon: "Ettblea <>r
the Rfctliers." Saturday a.m. Sermon
"Weekly Portion."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Keleneer.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Daemon "The state
, ',.f the llnlon." Saturday l*: gives us an insight into the devel- ,,.,,. mUvah: Joseph Btvombei*. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelins.m: Gary,
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Michaels.
KABBI H. LOWS ROTTMAN
. Synagogue must inspire
the possibility of Judaism enrich-
ing his own life. In these days
of universal unrest and insecurity,
the Jew also at times expresses
an interest in religion.
There seems to be a subcon-
scious realization that in the
realm of the spirit lies the key
to man's happiness, but when the
dedicated religious leader wishes
to tap this latent reservoir of
spiritual interest, he finds that it
suddenly vanishes. When the
American Jew is faced with mak-
ing a definite and concrete deci-
sion that would allow him to bring
to fruition his spiritual yearning,
the secular values of our society
are given precedence.
The Biblical portion which is
read in the synagogue this week
IH-Isle. ilaiiRhter of Mr. and Mrs. S.mi-
uel Upton,
e e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
tt. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Kriday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Why
Everybody Wants to Get Married on
Ma) Nineteenth." Saturday 11 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Charles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Keaiik-k.
TEMPLE *JUDEA, 3*20 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday N:ir p.m. Sermon. "Modern
Trends in American Judaism." Forum
Ion to follow Special nut Poral rjahles commissioners an 1 lead-
are, Saturday t:tt am. liar Mitzvah:
Robert, son of Dr. and Mia. Benjamin
Bchwarcs.
see
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st St. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallech.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
opment of the religious personal-
ity. Israel is admonished to con-
stantly study the teachings of
their religion. The study of the
fobhath Services in Ljrectter lami
DATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cartyle
hodox. Rabbi Isaac Cver.
t". p in Saturday ":3e am.
uid BleselnsB.'' Kid-
i: William Cohen, synagogue
set

EMES. 2343 Coral Way.
e
DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
vslivs. Rsbbi Yaakev Roserv
[Cjntor William W. Llpson.
i> hi s, rinon: "Reactions
I Itahhinieal Convention.'
i in I:ai Mltsvah: Mjctuv t,
|.Mr. .nni mi i nil,, 11 Jaokaon;
I, son of Mi and Mrs. Philip
e
I EL. SCO SW 17th ave. Or-
Rsbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
- turday S:S0 a.m.
|14th fom-
ent."
e
[H EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
toniervative. Rabbi David W.
Sermon: "Biblical
"''* nnee. Khabbal hoata:
n Adler. Saturday
nnon "Th Maanlajg of the
ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
x. Rsbbi H. Louis Rott-
TE R. 18160 NW 196th st. Con
servative.
e e
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi
Helm.
Friday t:4S p m Saturday
S. i.....n: "To
Which?"
NW
Lee
s:30 a m.
Abaerve Or lo Vlolat"
stive. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
I Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
Friday 6:S0 P-m. Baturdaj 1:45 s m.
Bar Mltsvah Alan, son of Mr. and
Mis. llavill Ito.-e.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Raich.
Friday I and 8:30 p.m. BermoBx "The
Challenge ot Being a Jew." First an-
nual graduation Service for religions
School students. Saturday a.m. Bet -
mon: "Weekly Portion." Baa Mltsvah
TEMPLE ZION.
st. Conservative.
Waxman.
Friday t:N and S:30 p.m. Sermon:
"The Limit ot Prayer." Saturday 9
ii m. Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, son of Mr.
and Mrs. -\l LoBOff.
* .
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantx.
FTtday s:l p.m. Sermon: "OB
Darkness." Baturdaj 9 a.m. Ben >n;
"The Spirit of the Law."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
e e e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwita. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 8:1! p.m United BynagosTua
Chartei PMseaitMlon BabtoaMi. -Ser-
mon: "The Ufa and Times of K&DOl
Akiva." Oeaa BhaMal boeta: /" >ra
Homo Stud) Circle Baturdaj v:tci a.m.
Sahballi Chazak m-rvi .-. Sermon:
"Weelsl) Portion." __
Vt:tS pm
"Wei
Sal unlay VSO a.m.
Poi Hon."
JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
8 I' I m. Saturday 9 a in.
''*' Ital.hl Iiaviil S. si. i ii.
"f teshlva Torah Vadath,
a>n. an. ,, i,. r u,. lUl. MUx.
Ja v.Mt"v:,n stephan, eon l
'. "I" William .;. Meehanle.
""'''"'<- lUhhl Alexander s
Hehieu A.ademv.
a
RAPHAEL. US NW 3rd
prihodox. Rsbbi Arie Becker.
' -iri' '".-. ^'"rdaj Mi a m
"' Idnlatr) of the Hi
e
rH TFILAH. 935 Euclid avs.
" Rsbti Joseph E. Rackov-
f^ WAY JEWISH CKNTER.
^niemin Blech.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
Jala. Referm. Rabbi Maries Ran-
son.
~ a e
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Dross.
a e e
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Consarvativa.
, riuaj s:IS pm. install..ion of sis-
trrhood officers Queal apaaker. Lil-
lian Qoodman, vice president ol i
Bra..... "' L'nlted Synagogue ol .^.a-
tlonal Worn, ii i League. ^
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gertx officiates.
e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Mlnard Klein.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Menree st, Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood Conserv-
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
i i.i.i \ IS p.m.
Bermon: "Weekly
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mon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
i-1 idav D "' Baturdaj 10 e.m,
Bermon: "Curees Thai Axe Potential
rigs."
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
end NE Uth ove. Conserva.ive.
Rabbi lattC Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
Friday 1:15 p m-
Richard
:15 p.m. Dues!
K. Ueratein, Btatt
speaker:
Attomev,
:; '! ".uihifs,,, and teaI*w." S.il-
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On the Bright Philosophic Road of Intimations to Hi%
___________ ._______..... *.._ m _-...... ,..,,.,..i ,,n i hv fihliontinn Rihhi Kohn moves auirk- ino hers in <;... o__._
THE MORAL LIFE OF MAN. By Jacob Kohn. 252 pp
New York: Philosophical Library. $3.75.
RABBI JACOB KOHN, dean of Hit- Graduate School and
associate professor of theology at the University of
Judaism at Los Angeles, has written a book on the philo-
opmYa-1 foundations of man's morality. Concerned as he
is with personal, rather than primarily social, morality.
Rabbi Kohn's philosophical system is inextricably bound
up with his theology.
Starting with a discussion of free will, and the limita-
MILTO\ FMJEBMAN
tions imposed on it by obligation. Rabbi Kohn moves quick-
ly along to a conviction central to his theosophy: "obliga-
tion always springs from status, real or imagined." Thus
he can. some 226 pages later, end up with an assertion of
the necessity of belief in God: "Only as man knows him-
-.lf to occupy a high and unique status will his obliga-
tions be high and many, and only the feeling of God with-
in us can confer such status ... It requires faith in God to
sustain a triumphant humanism."
It is at this culminating point that Rabbi Kohn's sys-
tem breaks down in its theological aspects. Without bother-
State Department Diplomats Learn 'Shalom'
Washington
THE DAY MAY yet come when one State Department
diplomat turns to another and says in Hebrew: "It's
hard to be a non-Jew."
The State Department has undertaken to train young
American diplomats in the Hebrew language. This was
made known by Loy W. Henderson. Deputy Undersecretary
of State for Administration Henderson said "a program
of intensive language training in Hebrew and Israeli area
specialization will be offered to a limited number of For-
eign Service officers." He envisions officers "who have
a deep cultural, historical and political understanding of
Israeli problems."
This development came about after a number of ex-
chances between the State Department and members of
the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Members had ob-
served what they considered "pro Arab" and "anti-Israel"
thinking by some State Department officials. The matter
was quietly probed by Congressmen to insure a balanced
I' S. diplomacy in that vital area. A surprising discovery
was made.
American Foreign Service officers, prior to assignment
to Near Kastern posts, receive a year of training from
Arab teachers. This occurs at a branch school of the U.S.
Foreign Service Institute at Beirut. Lebanon. The branch
is attached to the American University at Beirut.
The Arab teachers espouse open hatred for I Some have been charged with following the Nasser Moscow
line.
Rep. Leonard Farbstein. New York Democrat, is a
member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. He learned
RETHSIEROTY
that the State Department put much emphasis on Arabic
although the study of Hebrew was not to be found among
approved languages on the published official list of the
Foreign Service institute. Nor was Israel recognized as
an area of specialization for trainees. The only areas of
specialization in the Near East authorized by the institute
were Arabic. Turkish, Persian and Greek.
A number of discussions were held by Rep. Farbstein
with Undersecretary Henderson. Finally, Henderson an-
nounced "the specific actions which the Foreign Service
Institute is initiating in order to make sure that Israeli
aspirations and problems are given objective, adequate
and balanced treatment and consideration in all seminars,
lectures and discussions."
Henderson said this would include a review of official
institute courses dealing with the Near East and revision
"in case lack of objectivity or accuracy is found." He said
a program of Hebrew language and Israeli specialization
would be opened at an appropriate institution in the United
States. The program would be designated as the fifth area
of specialization in the Near East. Efforts would be in-
tensified to encourage American personnel attached to
the Embassy and consulates in Israel to study Hebrew.
Congressmen are waiting to see if Hendersons broad
promises will be fulfilled. It is a fact that the State De-
partment is interested in generally expanding its language
trailing program The Russians are training their foreign
Service personnel in every conceivable tongue. Out of
400 US. Foreign Service officers accredited yearly about
three-fourths are so deficient in linguistic ability they are
probationed for this reason.
The Administration Passed the Touchy Buck
Washington
JHE ADMINISTRATIONS REJECTION of a proposal to
help Jewish refugees from Egypt has been inter-
preted here as appeasement of the Nasser regime.
In turning down a request to act under immigration
laws on behalf of Egyptian Jewish refugees, the Adminis-
tration avoided the only eff live means of extending
haven in this country to Egypt' deportees In effect, the
Administration passed the entire issue to Congress with-
out e\en the slightest appeal for action.
Theoretically. Congress could enact legislation to offer
asylum in this country to Egypt's refugees. The political
realities, however, point to an equally inactive Congr.
That the US. would do next to nothing about UgypC'i
persecuted Jewry appeared quite clear from the start. The
DAY ID SCHWARTZ
A Bit of Realism
AS ISRAEL MARKS its ninth aniversary. Abba Eban a-
quoted by some reporter as saying that his fondest
dream is to wake up some morning and not find Israel
headlined in the papers.
But even if the present Middle East crisis were fully
resolved, and every man could sit under his fig tree and
there would be none to make him afraid, as the Bible puts
it. I don't believe Israel would entirely disappear from
the newspapers.
There is the story about the two drunks who were at
odds at whether they were looking at the sun or the moon
Zhats the sun." said the first drunk "No zhaUs de
moon. said the second They decided to ask a passer by
I zhay. mister, izsch zhat de sun or de moon'"
"I don't know," said the passer by. "1 don't live in this
neighborhood.
We cant escape Israels "neighborhood." Geographic
ally. Israel is situated at the crossroads of three continents
and her people are unique.
Why do I say they are unique?
Well, for instance, the other day I was reading in an
Israeli paper a story about Mayor Abba Hushi of Haifa
It reported that he had called up a newspaper and asked
to send down a reporter quickly because he had a scoop
for them So the reporter conies rushing. "What's the
scoop?" he asks.
Hushi told him to go to the Donia Gardens The
flowers were just beginning to bloom. What a fran-ance"
said Hushi. w
That's the way it is in IsraeL
Administration did not act at the outset, as it had with the
Hungarian crisi.. Would it act at all? Observers saw the
Administration equating the Hungarians with anti-Com-
munism. The Egyptian Jews were only Egyptian Jews, to
the State Department; and not "antiCommunist heroes."
Moreover. Washington had strung along with Cairo on
more controversial matters than this
Thus beyond an expression of "concern" over reports
of Egyptian maltreatment of Jews, this country dared not
go. The State Department justified its inactivity by claim
ing it was not in full possesion of the facts After several
months it was still trying t0 obtain an "accurate picture"
of an obscure situation" involving many "conflicting as-
?22 V1 Lhc X* und of reports which had caused the "concern." Sensational
refuel. be*n g'Ven the phght of tne Hungarian
fn,.^hv !he a,t;rnate l'ni,ed s,ates representative at the
i V2ST e MprK,Wl lS "concern" over reports
Howe J 'ah "'......'?-- the Jpw,sh immunity in Egypt.
cerawShV'M. ?"'Ck ,0 f0"UW ,hc !*' of "con-
cem with the statement:
"I suggest that the matter we are now discussins? i
"ir *h'CHr hke,> ,0 benef,t from ProUgXdiJu"
to onnTth, nK6 mf ITS th,n uld wouSTC
to bring this phase of the discussion to an early end "
w tasir*Not evea reso,u,,n n "* ***
*OEIS_SMOLAR
tag here to give Bertrand RUMeI,.,,
terrifying) position, i, is eZ' K|
wind-up. Rabbi Kohn suddenly L .no" Hi
of illogical and indefensible LU'^
the terms undefined, th whl "^ *
kind of psychological aij* "^
I find such a break down -.
face of the excellent phiEL,***"> *M
One section in particuTa S*** S
Aristotelian metaphysics as L n' takes off smoothly and gi^SSN
problems of creation, pred" S "g ,h*
marvelous* lucid *ZZ**<*i
One always looks to see wheth
of thought is vulnerable in an imnt, **
whole structure will come to X^
out one of ,ts mam argumentative ^ZU
esting to note, therefore, that Rabbi IT"
on the whole, sound. Where ,. co,l p^
so for the same reason that his rrJT'"
tically out of discussion -a trick Si,?F
Plores-or. a, i the ca.se of J^S
of misinterpreting the word, and thuT
tion of motivational causality.
I would be less than honest if-1 dirf-J
is a difficult book, ftabbi Kohn leiffc-
minology of philosphy. and I think thath..
going unless the reader could meet him 3
minimal training in philosophic though,*,-!
ing, acquaintance with the usual svmbok
This is more in the nature of a textbsskJ
for the layman. The work is extremely *I
worth-while. But it deserves, on the nutT
the same careful thought and some of tot til
that Rabbi Kohn has himself put into it
SAUL CARSQ\
/
International Cfaei
I'SJfcJ
?HERE HAS BEEH a good deal of loose uf
months about the International Court of i
The Hague, as a last resort for settlemeat i)
Israel's major grievances Much of this tdkj
initiated by the Arab stateswith full hio|
there is very little substance to such a method!
ment" of Israeli complaints UnfortmuWj,i
icanssome in high quartershive also ilhi_
to the Court as if those judicial chambeaiti
could look for the ultimate in justice. A detal
the Court, its composition, and its role mujhtl
some thinking along these lines.
The International Court of Justice is oat I
"principal organs" of the I'nited Nation, fl,
that, theoretically, it ranks alongside the Sera*
the General Assembly, the Secretariat aid thai
Economic and Social Affair- and for Trustees*)]
surface it appears also as if a ruling by the 0
be the last word. One clause in the Courtll
dares: "The judgment is final and without*
no Court judgment is really final unk*stn|
choose to accept it as the last word. What hasp
party refuses to abide by the Court's defiant]
a remedy. The other party can then harei ,
Security Council. The latter cannot ctuafefll
verdict: but it does not have to vote posfiw
against the one who had refused to abide bytsl
judgment of the Court.
Translate these technicalities into puun L
they mean this: If Israel and Egypt gotalbtl
gard to the Suez issue: and if the Court raw
Israel and orders Egypt to *top blockadingtatL
or the Gulf of Aqaba: and if Egypt then refanl
by the Court's decision, continuing the '"f'j',
what happens? Israel "sues" Egypt beforeIM
Council. There. Russia has a veto. That*
would rest No punitive action would ever1*1
Egyptin spite of the Court's final" i
decision.
One might stop here and ask why Isriai
the Court now on the Suez issue since the Se
had already decided the Sue? issue in Isn
a resolution adopted Sept. 1. 1951.
The Rabbi Has Increasingly Heavy Dt*
aitrnuo..._____ .1
d R A^ ko.o^-h^me,oS,r,an^Dr ***
demands which are he n 1 S? *tnin* th lh
the modem nK^ZJ^^S^ JSH
the rabb. of the last generation ^a ** C,a,m that
burden assumed "iSTSfct'&S' "^ "'^ ""
ng. rabbis ar?.\TLT*Z''^TV^ "* "^
org^io*;:;? sras ,n0,:rTT,ngiudium in -*
P A lot of their t.mTiTcCunL hnd.Ki"w,he ****
whirl in which the rabbf L SSS2?.^ the hertw 'J
- is expected to participate. Not
to speak of the fact that the rabbi must N
study and absorb a voluminous amoum
modern literature. ^
Thus, the rabbi must be PW^^'JJi
civic leader and scholar in addition to "
for most of the things which go on unow
synagogue. Then, he must also give ""**
outside his synagogue and is on constant
vices by outside organizations
' He has no free evening, no weekends.
with his family, not even much time i
on. The two physicians come to the g-
congregation of today, and the *^a
of the rabbi than he can deliver aim ^f*
evaluation" of the potation of the n ^
approach that an ounce of prevention
of cure.


May.
17, 1957
L Jews Pour into Lower
\jlesia, Charge Major Failure
htinu*d from PsJ- 1 *
housing, according to "Folks-
timme."
"Moving expressions of their
longing for Yiddish culture" came
from many of the repatriates, the
"Folkstimme" report declares.
LEGAL NOTICE
Paga lj-A
arrange for them Yiddish lectures
meetings with Jewish writers and
artists, Jewish newspapers and lit-
erature and perhaps even atten-
dance at a Yiddish theatre."
Some of the complaints voiced by
repatriates, "Folkstimme" reports,
were directed against the older lo-
cal Jewish community, which had
failed to provide religious facilities
for Jews who had come from
Russia.
LEGAL NOTICE
. ,hat Polish Jews are emi-
1 to Israel is also contained
cport from Liegnitz: which ^ ^^ commun.
ttt Ter.o seclrTKS W according to the report." ft
Cl abandoned "by Jews
Kb left." m many case*,
L other claimants had al-
bken over the abandoned
lards is Mum
Talks in Israel
rtinued from Peg* 1A
Mn by itrengtheniitfl Hus-
J.lly, Kino Saud.
irancc was received from U.S.
authorities. Richards said,
. arms promised under the
ower Doctrine rapidly on a
basis. He said he had no
| to believe any recommenda-
, made fur such aid would be
I down.
Department sources said,
lile. the possibility of a joint
American statement on the
lower Doctrine was not ex-
am! under study."
karri*, made known that on his
l i > x curt discussion of
|l Israel controversy. He
a- "obvious" his mission
I avoid discussion of the Gulf
iba. Arab refugees, Jordan
right, and similar issues. He
Intern, that the Eisenhower
ne might promote an atmos-
jconducive to ultimate settle-
lof such regional disputes.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.
2A-IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. No Minan
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DOLORES ALBIZL'RI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAlMDNDp ALBHUR1 QURRRA,
1 lefendant.
TO: RAIMUNIXJ U.BIZcRI OUERRA
I rural lllch ,|, i n, ,,
i" i Rto Ancbicaya
I all, Colombia, South America,
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eppy pf your Answer to the BUI of
< omplalnt on the Plaintiffs attorney!
and to file the original answer In the
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*" "' before the Hal das ,,f May, l57;
otherwise, the Complaint, heretofore
riled heriin, wiH be takvn as .,.,.
by you,
DATED at Miami, |,;i. County,
Horlda. this nth day of April l>ol '
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clers of
'seal) ii>- Circuit Court
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Attorneys for I'lainllff
92 Aln.-lcy Mdg.
Miami. Florida.
17-24.
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tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
II. S RESTAURANT, INC,
B) Henry S. hull, i'res.
SEYMOUR I! LIERMAN, ESQ.
fih:, i.in,i,in Road, Miami Reach
Attorney for H. B, Restaurant, Inc.
1/17-14-11, /7.
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fli'tltlous name ol
'AUK INVESTMENT ASSOCIATES
at 1751 w. Hauler Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of tile Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID BHUBOW
REN BBRKEY
MORTON M BEIQEL
BBIQEL A TBITBLMAN
Attorney! for Applicants
04 Blaca] ne Building
t 1-10-17-24.
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
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Clerk "f the circuit Court of Dads
, Florida.
EM-J \V DRUO CO INC.
1 Joseph Hark, President.
Al.rtKRT 1. ROSEN, E8Q
ah. rney for EM-JAY DRUG CO., INC.
805 Lincoln Road
Miami : rlda.
5/10-17-24- II,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. 200860.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SOPHIE ADAMS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FUAXK ADAMS,
I lefendant.
TO: FRANK ADAMS
1 'efendant
c Nadel
.";, Powell Street
Brooklyn, New York;
FRANK ADAMS
1 'efendant
c/o Mr. Itedfleld, Probation Officer
Nassau County Court House
Mlneola, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Kill of Complaint for Divorce; has
been filed against you In the above
entitled cause and you are hereby re-
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to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's
attorneys, and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 24th day of May,
1!'.'.". otherwise, a Decree Pro Con-
fesao will be entered aaninst you,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 24tb
day of April, IH7.
B. B. LEATHER MAN, Clerk.
(seal) Circuit Court
By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk
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.3-10-17.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
IVENUB AUCTION OUTLET at J-'S
N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with tlio
Clerk of the Ciruult Court of Dads
County, Florida. _
GEORGE MIAHALY
MY1.ES EATON
4/2. 5/3-10-17
Seen Rejecting
ligerency Terms
ntinued from Page 1A
|taking hostile action*, which
its the provisions of the UN
ittr, under cover of bellioer-
clairnt.
Cabinet decided Wednesday
discuss tor the time being
loosed Israel statement on the
power Doctrine. It is under-
that Washington is dissatis-
|with the wording of such a
nent offered by Premier Ben
bn and that the State Depart-
ment through Ambassador Ab-
n its own wording for the
to accept or reject.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
n. ii. desli inu to enawce In
-< under the ftrtltlo
I.K PELL APARTMENTS :it 1114 and
set, and 1604 Baj Road,
Bi ai!:. P1< la, ii tend to rear-
aid name with the i
. i ,i f Dadi County, t lo Ida.
ALBERT B PELLETZ
ROSE <: PELLETZ
MARK BTLVER8TEIN
Attorn* y for Appllcanl i
120 IJnooln Rd Miami B inch, Fla.
________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 198910 B.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SAM KANNER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROSE KANNER.
Defendant.
TO: ROSE KANNER
r.77 East 9! Street
Brooklyn 36. New York
T"'i are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint Ftor Divorce has been filed
against v..u and you are hereby re-
qblred t>> serve corJ| of your answer
to the Complain) for
tiffs attorney anil .
Answer In the office of the Clerk of
thi- Circuit Court on or before the sota
d.iv of May, IS*7i otfcerwtae, the alloca
tions of said Complaint For Divorce
will be taken us confessed aajainsl you.
DATED this -i'h day "f April, |tB7.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersbjned, desiring to wage In
nder the fictitious name of
THE HIALEAH CONVALE8CE3JT
Hi IJIE at 195 w. -'Ttii Btreet, Htali ah,
Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of t le Circuit Court of
[Mule County, i-'ioriiia.
I'Mll.ll' DEUT8CB
JEAN KAPLAN
sail HERTZIO
DANIEL BEPLER
Atty. for ili.iieah Convalescent Home
Citlsem I'V.ii. Bavlngs Bldg.
Hlal) ah, Florida
.", S-10-17-14.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the uaderslgned, desiring to eiiKane in
bus n. is iiniler the fictitious n
DECOR-ART INTERIORS at ISO N.W.
1-1 Street, Miami. Flotilla, intends to
register i*ald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
DECOR \ BALES AIDS, INC.
A Hoi Ida Corp.
PALLOT, SILVER MULLOY
Attoi ieya for Applicant
Congreea Iildg.
5/3-10-17-M.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enit.i
business under the fictitious name of
Al LO I'HARMACECTICALS at 1612
Congress Hldg Miami. Florida lii-
t. ml- to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
l'',Un'ANTON I" Kl,-KES CARD1NAS.
MARX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Hldg.
4/20. 5/3-1D-17 _________________________
D.SSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the
heretofore subsisting bi I
us, the undersigned, LAWRENCE VV.
KELLEY and ALFRED R. OVER-
THROW, heretofore cair>ing on busl-
, as as O K. ELECTRIC COMPANY
at 4011 N W. S7Ul Court, Miami
i,l;1_ i,,,. solved by mutual con-
sent from ami after the 'ith Ofiy of
Alj debt's due, owing ami payable by
Id late firm "ill b assume.1 and
paid for by tii. remaining partner,
Lawrence w. kelley, who m
contlnui to carrs on the said business
mer name ol O.K. BfLBC
Tine C< 'M PANT, ...
LAWRENCE W. KELLEY.
MARLim & HINNAMON
Attorni ..- for Firm
Mil-", Langford r.uilding
Miami :-'. Florida
:. 17-24-31, 6/7 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ti. un.i. reigned, desirlna to enga
business, under the fictitious name or
CORONET PRESS at 1(21 N.W. .ih
Miami. Mot Ida. Intehds to reg-
ister sai.l name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID SHUBOW.
BBIQEL & TE1TEI.MAN
Aitoi neyi for Applicant
(04 Blscayne Bldg.
;, J-10-17-24._____
1-i B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
,, Circuit Court.
' ByR. H. RICE. JR Deputy Clark.
TALIANOFI .. W ILLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
tjo Llneuln Road
! Beai h. n.'iida
i ;j ;, J-10-li. _______
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
-----.the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Divorce on Plain- I business under the fictitious name of
file the original EMERSON APARTMENTS at 7636
Abbott Avenue, Miami Bench. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BELIN
EVELYN BELIN
WILLIAM I. BRENNER
Attorney t'"i Samuel Belin
and Evelyn Belin
20 Lin.....n Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
5/3-10-17-L-4.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ei
In business under the fictitious name
,,f OK ELECTRIC COMPANY at 4J.19
\u 17th curt, Miami. Florida, ln-
teVldS to register said name witli the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade
County. KlorHaRENc|c ^ m;| |;y
Sole Owaar.
MAlfL"\v x BINNAMON
attorneys for O.K. Electric < oropany
.-. 17-24-21, 6/7
ngriviHg Ctmptny
commercial
social
hotel
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 PARRI8H,
Plaintiff,
ARTHUR JAMES PARR1SH,
|,i. ml.int.
TO: ARTHCR J ^MRS PABRISH
L'nknown.
Von Al: Hl'R JAMEH PARRI8H are
hereby notled thai Bill ol Com-
plain) for Olvorcs has been riled
against yen, and you are .....ulred a
ropy of your Answer i lead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
ptantirra Attorney, BEN ESSEN
Beyboid Bldg., Miami. KJorlda,
onofroei*
invileli/ns
wedding on'nouncem/nls
Dial FRanklin 3-4634
116 n.a. sixth street
mi.mi 32, florid.
,|o -O.
be taken
ernanded in
and file Hi- original Answer or Plead-
ing |n the office of the Clerk of the
circuil curt uii or before the Srd daj
f June. IS67. If >ou fall to
judgment by default will
you .....he relief d
ih,* Hill of Cotniilaint. __
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Klot ida. thin I'Hth day of April, A.U.
195'' K It. LEATHERN \N. clerk of
#,mm the Circuit court.
By M. C GREEN. Denuty, 5/8-10-17-8%.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ithe undersigned, desiring to engage In
Ihiisinev, under the flctltloui name "f
11M.LS MARKET at number 1548
v w Rth Street In the City of
norlda intends to railster the
rierk of the < irt ut
Court of Dade County, Florida.
I .I Miami, rlorida U I
. i Vpril, IS57,
RICH vc.iv C. hall. Owner.
MAX i: BILVER
Attorney for Applicant
; {(, "' S-10-17 __________________,
IM-THt CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA f^0, zn,,*
' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PERCH H '' VDOW,
la tiff,
.1ANK VIOLET CAIKiW
l lefendant ,. .
You, .lane Violet CadoW, 14a Summit
Bronx, New York, are rci
your answer to the dixoi.e
complalnl with the dek ol the above
court and serve a copy Upon Herman
Cohen, plaintiffs attorney, l.lii.. < on-
pjdg Miami, Flotilla, on or I.. -
fore .lime :1, 1957 or else complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you. Hated April SO. 19:.7.
E U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
..-hM the circuit Court.
ii,WM. w. BTOCatlNO, Deputy Cttrk
5/3-10-17-24.
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Nominee for the most-feted bride-to-be of the
year: Judy Myer* Pretty Judy, daughter of
Granada blvd.'s Stanley and Martha Myers,
is in the midst of a gay and giddy whirl slated
to reach it* peak on the Most Important Day In
A Girl's LifeJune 8, when she will become Mm.
Arthur Gilbert .
Starting Apr. 11. J*dy was honored at a pink-and white linen
r given by Mrs. Max Pepper and Mr*. Albert Rosenthal at
view Country Club Apr. 24 saw a miscellaneous shower-
heon given by Mrs. Sol Karp and her daughter, Mr*. Letter
j, at the latter's Bay Heights home Next stop was the
' hotel on May 4, for a luncheon tendered by Mr*. Max L.
ro and her daughter, Beverly Beverly will be Judy* maid
pnor ("harming features of this celebration were the sou-
place cards and menus, which were adorned with a picture of
Everything in pink and white, too .
[On May 11 Sylvia Perlman and Mr*. Marvin Haven gave a
heon for the wedding party members at the Piping Rock .
nd Mrs. Sam Blank and the Carl Weinkles hosted a dinner
Weinkle home, at 5048 Lakeview dr., on May 16 Still to
is a kitchen shower given by Mr*. Lao Ackerman and Mr*.
Kanner at the Kanner home in Bay Heights. May 22 .
week later, Judy's aunt, Dolly (Mr*. Periti) Scheinberg,
be hostess at a coffee at her home on SW 69th ter. ... On
i 4. Mr. and Mr*. Herbert E. Scher will honor Judy and Arthur
a dinner party to be held at the Columbus hotel Th-
Swing day. Judy will entertain with a bride's tea in honor of
(attendants ... ,
iThere'll be just time for a good night's sleep before the re-
*al dinnei party to be given June 6 by Arthur's parents, Mr.
[Mr*. Larry Gilbert, at the Seville Then a day off to have
hair done, check manicure, luggage, wardrobe and all last-
ute details .. And finally, that long, proud walk down the aisle.
Mollie Harrison, of 1174 SW 12th st., has been having a
ndid time entertaining her grandson and his wife. Dr. and Mrs.
an* Paul Goldberg, who are ih for a month from Pittsficld.
... Coming in for a lion's share of the attention are her great-
h< 'on- Earl and Joel .
INatrona. Pa., is welcoming home Mrs. Gertrude Ehrenreich,
has returned after spending a month here with her daughter
win-in !n Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Karxif, of 2401 SW 16th st. .
[Mr. and Mrs. Harry Splvack, whose home at 935 9th st. is a
n for visiting friends, recently gave a farewell dinner for
try Rooklin, from Clifton Forge, Va. Rooklin, who has been
(of Virginia's leading department store merchants for 39 years,
pt (en days with Id* and Harry.
| Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson hosted a cocktail party and recep-
tor members of the American Jewish Committee on May 12
Amont: the guests at the Pinetree dr. affair were Baron de
his pretty Polly Also vice presidents Col. Nat Rood and
Meyers, and treasurer R. Williams Apt* and exec-com chair-
Dave Fireman And SE area director Seymour Samet .
Rear Admiral H. R. Sob*I attended, with Mrs. Sobel Now
if I'd. the Admiral is devoting much of his time to AJC activities
iAmoni; the 100-odd guests were new members, identifiable by
lapel t lowers .
Mrs. Oavid Fleeman and Mr*. Charles Goldstein were co-chair-
of arrangements Also lending Mrs. Robinson a helping
i were Mrs. Charles Finklestein, Mr*. Robe't M*the, Mrs. Irv-
| Korach. Mrs. Van Meyer* and Mr*. Nathan Rood.
The Leo Robinson*, by the way. will be flying to New York
where Yeshiva University will honor them on May 26 at
nal ceremonies dedicating the University's new million-and-a-
f-dollar Men's Residence ball The Robinsons will be present-
[with a Patron's Certificate, awarded for the contribution of
A' for the new dormitory Sen. Jacob Javits and New York
Lt. Cov George DeLuca are scheduled to speak at the event.
Delta Phi Epsilon members held their annual Mother's Day
at the Seville May 12 Alum Association president
I Zwitmen gave the benediction DPhiE neophites provided
rtainment Highlight of the luncheon was the traditional
entation of gift* to graduating seniors Maxine Bild, Barbara
lt*r. Sue Melfier, and Ann Rosenblatt .
Alpha Epsilon Phi held their annual Green and White Formal
fhe Regent room of the Hollywood Beach hotel on May 11 .
girls' escorts received special AEPhi playing cards as favors
Social co-chairmen Linda Bernstein and Joan Greenwald took
H hows for their fine planning .
AEPhi Mothers' Club wound up their season with a meeting at
home of Mr*. Peter Duchon, at 619 SW 25th rd. Chairman
'tys and means Mrs. George Shapro gave a very successful re-
before the group adjourned for the summer.
Bride-elect Ronni Lane was honored at pre-nuptial luncheon
m the Algiers' Aladdrn room Ronni, whose wedding to
lr Soero is scheduled for June 23, felt that the genies in the
'decor fit right in with "that magic feeling." ... The luncheon
given by Mrs. Sydelle Blett, Ronni'* grandmother .
Among the guests were Ronni's sister, Harriet, and mother.
'* U*ne, of 1340 Stillwater dr. Also Sander'* mother,
Sidney Spero. and Mr*. Joseph Sedell, Mr*. Dora Loiowick,
*m Chri, Dundee Mr*, lugene Troop, Mr*. Ch.rlott*
'skv ""I Mr*. Sidney Chernow were present ... And Renee
Pwbeum. Ellen Gross, Rusty Feinstein, Binnie Green, Bunny Sare-
*n Harriet Gans .
Jif. Wedding wiu tak Plce in Woodmere, L.I., where the
a summer home.
Coconut Grove, long-known as Miami's Greenwich Village, will
' up to its reputation on May IB-17 That's when
, wn- fhe Candle Light Inn (where the artists meet to eat
w maybe to crEATe) is allowing 15 of the better known artists
ne W I" hold a "Ship-Line Sale" of paintings Seascapes
'Topical water scene* will be the order of the day. signed by
r., iam'^ w Elmo Gideon, Ruth Winebrenner, Stephen Avila,
""<*,. Kay Axman and Marian Craig Also John Garm,
. **' H*iw Tarnrne. V. Kalpu. and Emily Mucklow .
'o mention Lucille Keathley, Bernie Sldoroff. Edith Thomas,
"* own Marcel Port About 70 paintings will be on sale.
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Miami, Florida, Friday. May 17, 1957
Section B
Details of month-long campaign by women's division of Great-
er Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds are studied by
(left to right) Mis. Max Weitz, program chairman; Mrs. Samuel
Z. Sakrais, Chen divison co-chairman; and Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, chairman. "Time for Tributes" luncheon June 3 at
Eden Roc hotel will climax drive.
Time for Tributes'
Anna Brenner
Mis Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
man of the women's division of the
Greater Miami Committee for State
of Israel Bonds, will be honored
at a 'Time for Tributes" luncheon
June 3 in the Mona Lisa room of
the Eden Roc hotel.
I'nder Mrs. Meyers' leadership,
the women's division sold a record
S330.0O0 in Israel Bonds last year,
and this year is already ahead of
that torrid pace.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, active
leader in the Jewish community,
will serve as chairman of the lunch-
con, at which Mrs. Meyers will con-
clude 18 months of service as chair-
man of the women's division. A
member of the Dade county school
board and considered the dean of
Will Honor Mrs.
Meyers at Luncheon
Personal Gavel
First for Lorber
Mrs Irving Goldstein was to be
installed president of-the Lorber
chapter. Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children. Thursday noon
at the Algiers hotel.
Others due for installation were
the Mesdames Harry Cygelman.
Jerald Rosen and Bernard Fow. vice
presidents; Charles Greenberg, re-
cording secretary; Eli Argintar and
Jack Brown, corresponding secre-
taries; Robert Garvett, financial
secretary; Herman Alexander,
treasurer; and Irving Herris, audi-
tor.
Installing officer was to be Rab-
bi Herbert Baumgard. spiritual
leader of South Dade Jewish Cen-
ter For the first time in the chap-
ter's history, a personally engraved
gavel was to be presented to the in-
coming president.
A skit featuring outgoing offi-
cers of the women's organisation
was to be presented under the di-
ction of Mrs. Leonard Wollman.
Card Party Sunday
Women's Club <* *or^e**C":
cle will hold a card party Sunday
evening at 25 Washington ave.
women lawyers of the South, Mrs.
Meyers has been a life-long Zion-
ist leader.
Mrs. Simonhoff said Mrs. Max
Weitz will serve as program
chairman for the luncheon. Work-
ing with her r>n the luncheon
committee are Mr*. Samuel Sak-
rais and Harry Pla'off, co-chair-
men of the Chen division; Mrs.
Samuel Rost, chairman of the
Soonsors of Israel division; and
Mrs. Louis Glasser, member of
the national board of governors
of the women'* division for Is-
rael Bonds.
Mrs. Glasser will serve as hon-
orary chairman of the luncheon,
Mrs. Simonhoff said.
The luncheon will feature the
pinning of 1957 Sponsors of Israel
women who have purchased $1,000
or more in Israel Bonds this year.
Sixty-six women already have be-
come Sponsors, towards a 1957 goal
of 150.
Chen charms, solid gold awards
given for each $2,500 in Israel
Bonds bought or sold, also will be
presented at the luncheon. In addi-
tion, several Greater Miami women
are expected to become the first
Women of Valor" in the South.
Emanu-EI PTA
Elects Mrs. filler
The Parent-Teacher Assn. of
has elected Mrs. Norman Giller as
president. She succeeds Mrs. Ra-
phael K. Yunes.
Also elected to serve for the en-
suing year are the Mesdames Jo-
seph Abelow, Murray Deblinger,
Raymond Malschick and Jerry Res-
nick, vice presidents; treasurer,
Mrs. Herbert Young; financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Harry Gersten; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Ben Klampner;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ro-
bert Marcus; social secretary, Mrs.
Sam D. Shapiro; historian, Mrs.
Harry Brick.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames Martin Borkam, Theodore
Arvan, Herbert Cohen, James Co-
hen, Irving Cypen, Mike Deutsch-
man, Leo Eisman. Leo Eisman,
Leon Epstein, Raymond Feiner,
Milton Feller, Irving Fineberg, Ja-
cob Glassman. Daniel Glaubman,
David Goodman, Alexander Gordon,
Irving Gordon, Simon Gould, Ed-
gar Greenberg, Benjamin Greene,
Jesse O. Halpern. Erwin Harris,
Jack Herman, Henry Hillman, Paul
Jacobs, Sherman R. Kaplan, Joseph
Jacobson, Abe Kaufman, Harry
King, Bernard Klein.
The Mesdames Paul Klempner,
Hylan Kout, Samuel Kulok, Harry
Lechtner, Albert Lehrman, Alfred
Levt Philip Mandel, Leon Man-
heimer, George Margolis, Milton
Miller, Henry Morris, Harry Needel-
man. Joel Newman, Earl Pertnoy,
Louis Pollack. Israel Reich, Mar-
timer Reiser, Israel Ribner, Arthur
Rose, Lester Rubin, Seymour Ru-
bin, Simon Rubin, Harold Schwartz,
Harry Siege), Herbert Silver, Wil-
liam Siresky. Sam Stark. Theodore
Struhl, William Sussman, Sidney
Teller, Thomas Trent. Harold Un-
ger, Isaac Weinkle, Milton Wein-
man. Eugene Weiss, Robert Weitz,
Stanley Worth, Marvin Zuckerman.
Nominating committee were the
Mesdames Ben Klempner, chair-
man, Martin Borkan, Harry Gers-
ten, Edgar Greenberg, Benjamin
Greene, Robert Marcus and Thomas
rent.
'Medal Ball' Slated
For Crippled Tots
A "Medal Ball" will be staged
for the benefit of the Society for
Crippled Children and Adults by
the Arthur Murray Miami Beach
Studios Sunday at the Balmoral
hotel from 2 to 5 p.m.
Miss Toni Davertport is handling
arrangements, expected to attract
500 dancing students and their
friends. Total gross proceeds for
the benefit will go direct to the
Crippled Children's Society, since
the Balmoral hotel is donating the
Ball Room.
Tony Nunez and his orchestra
will furnish the music. Raymond
Kain, 1957 Seal Theme Child, will
be guest of honor at the Ball.
Local Hadassah
Leaders Tcke
Regional Posts
Three Greater Miami women were
elected to regional positions at a
recent Florida Hadassah convention
held in Jacksonville.
They are Mrs. Samuel Sakrais,
vice president; Mrs. .Gerald Soltz,
treasurer; and Mrs. Oscar Sindell,
recording secretary- Both Mrs.
Sakrais and Mrs. Sindell are past
Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah
presidents. Mrs. Soltz is a former
regional corresponding secretary.
Other regional officers elected
at the meeting are Mrs. Sidney
Gluckmen, Orlando, president;
Mrs. Jack B. Schwartz, St. Peters-
burg, vice president; Mrs. David
Armel, Jacksonville, vice presi-
dent.
Mrs. Isidore Moscowitz, Jackson-
ville, vice president; Mrs. Albert
Morrell, Orlando, corresponding
secretary.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, of Miami
Beach, a former regional president,
was named delegate-at-Iarge, along
with Mrs. Herman Klausner, Jack-
sonville; Mrs. S. Weinsier, Orlando;
Mrs. Bernard Altman, Palm Beach;
Mrs. M. Henshell, Orlando; and
Mrs. Albert L. Segall, Tampa.
Dr. Miriam Freund, president of
national Hadassah. was keynote
speaker. The convention reveali <\
plans for a 1,000-membcr tour of
Israel in May, 1958. ^
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Academy Women
Reekct Mrs. Appe!
Hebrew Arademy Women, nt tin
annuiil meeting held at I he Aiglet
hotel this week, recleeted Mrs Hi-n
Janiln Appel lo ntvt fur Mcond
term i.s president of the (MKuniia-
lion
Mrs Appel wus eo chairman nf
II"' Aoadaany'i annual dinner in
I'ebruary. As form,., vice pre.,
dent n| Hebrew Araderm Women.
? he win mIno ehairman o| the mem
DWaMp coiiiiiiiiiit
One of the foundan of th jw
Home for lb. Ag*d and president
of Iti auxiliary for throo yeart,
ho It now n honorary president
of fh. Homo. Sho it currently
serving on fho admiMiont com-
mlttee of fho Homo and hat hold
?hit position tin,, the committe-
too wat organised.
the mm. HNJAMIN Afffl
Other offlctn elected van tha
Mesdanio* IsMlorr BpoltaT, JoMph
Rackovaky, Jerri Suaaman, Uaxan
tier Oroaa, Joeaph Shapiro and WU
li.im Keaaalman, pica praaldtnU;
Aii\ Millar irtaaurtr; Jacob Katx.
financial tecretar) Joaepa Kernel,
reeordlnj aaerttarj
The Meadaiaai David Said, cor
raapondini acratary; henry Pen
rhanak) assistant corresponding,
ecretary, Benjamin Kornreich m
< ial secretary Jonah Caplan chap
lain; Abraham Margel, registrar;
Pauline i i ,,.,,,,
man trustee*
Honored al I he ,.,-,.
Mm Sidnej R I v. a(Mj y:,
''nhl rarj life praal
Mi- Irving In',-: hoi
preaident, and Mi- Uexandei K i
van and Mn Samuel Reinhard
h<"" presidents
Masonic Lodge Plays Host
To Young Men, Mothers
Surfaide Ifaaanic Lodge played
boat to young men hctw.....i the ages
>( H mid 2(1 and their mothers at
.. Mothers |)y program Wcdncs-
d.n evening.
Program was under the direction
oi John C Thomas, of South Miami
Order of De Mnlay.
!*) alfair also laid the ground
work for formatton oi a Surfaide
Order of DaMalay under the dlreo
lion of .lu.lKe-llarn Arthur Grcen-
berg
De Malay program is under the I
sanction oi Joseph t; rIhtis
membarol the Southern Diatrki of
I he Order of l>e Molay.
P
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Mrs. Alpert Will
Be Guest Speaker
Mrs Lao Alpert will be guest
speaker at the annual Senior fiti-
|ren' Sunday" program. Jointly
sponsored by the three Golden Age
clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community (enter, on Sunday.
The annual event, which is ex-
pert nl to attract some 300 mem
bers, will be held at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Center
at 2:30 p.m.
A member of the executive
committee for the Senior Citiiena
Division, Welfare Planning Coun-
cil, Mr.. Alpert la also president
of the Islands Division of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Several years ago, at chairman
of the Senior Citiient committee
for Naniional Council of Jewish
Women, the wes instrumental in
starting tho volunteer program
at the Jewish Home for the Aged.
The program will include group
singing, a dance exhibition, and
vocal presentations There will be
a hobby exhibit representing hand-
craft and paintings displayed by
_ Compare 1
tfiui nr
/ om .fW*ous
members of the sponsoring groups
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Greeting, will be offered byTllTb '/ Meefino af t
?r***e.nts M""c* Shaw. F,,t>r. Beth I>av, **
Granada; Henry Gar won, Town
Branch; and Joseph Horowiu nesdav
Beach Branch. ./
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joint Installation At Tifereth Israel
ZJSiStB&S&m
ris Eisenberg will be m-
Kd president of the Sisterhood
fcrereth Israel Northside Center
jdav evening at the Center.
ber officers to be installed by
bi Abraham Herson are the
James Fred Benn, Joseph Saul
Bubin Kutun, vice presidents;
ris Laster, recording secretary;
Max Tobias, corresponding secre-
tary; Samuel Palant. social secre-
tary; Al First, treasurer; Harry
Krantz, financial secretary; and
Herman Kutun. parliamentarian.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Nathan Rosenberg, Herman
Goldfarb, Harry Herman. Al Kurz-
ban, Theodore Pearlstein, Murray
Marcuse. David Shifrin, Hyman
Wiener, Leon Goldberg and Arthur
tohen.
In a joint ceremony, Marshall
Comis will be installed congrega-
tion president. Others are Herman
Kutun, vice president; Al Kurzban,
second vice president; Nathan Ro-
senberg, treasurer; Ernest Iserson.
Recording secretary; Irving Queri-
jdo, corresponding secretary; Mur-
ray Tropp, sergeant-alarms; Jacob
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Meyer and Edward Stanley, ga-
boyim.
Board members are Larry Mann,
Theodore Pearlstein, Fred Mayer,
Rubin Levin, Herman Goldfarb,
Harry Alexander, Leo Freeman,
Mrs. James Harris, Leon Goldberg,
Al First and Kurt Kammer.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
North Shore Jewish Ceftter, will be
guest speaker. Mrs. Harry Herman
is chairman of arrangements.
Sessions at Miami Library
Course in music harmony con-
ducted by Hilda Steuerman in the
auditorium of the Miami Public
Library, 1 Biscayne blvd., will meet
at 6:45 p.m., Wednesday.
At 7:30 p.m., the Music Workshop
will meet and Mme. Steuerman will
discuss the life and works of Franz
Liszt. Recordings of Liszt's com-
positions will also be played.
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Former Israel Women's Army lieutenant Baliouria Gilad (left)
and Mrs. Harold Shapiro will be accompanied by pianist
Anyuta Melicov in program of Israeli songs at Jewish National
Fund Council meeting Wednesday evening in Seville hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitt. of North Shore Jewish Center, chair-
man of JNF executive board, will make awards to members in
recognition of "outstanding effort and achievement" during
past y^ar. Al Sherman is program chairman. Council presi-
dent is Daniel Broad.
BBYO Day' Will
Be Marked Here
Beard of d >! tho B'nai
B'nth Youth Organisation of Great
- BBYO Dnj
- day, Mj> la\ *i the Alters ho-
tol
The R'nai B'nth Y.Mith On?aniza-
duba
with a memrt (jftQQ
here
The program will include in-
istaUation >f the board followed hy
niiion of volunteer advisors to
' the B'nai B'nth youth groups. Out-
| standing >outh chapters will be giv-
en awards through the B'nai B'nth
Men\ and Women's Council of
-south Florida.
Both Mr*. Joseph Strnwnn,
churman of th board, and Di*-
trict 5 BBYO director Jarry Carv-
r will present annual reports.
- Bermann Mad \Vedn
that Georje Talianoff. president of
the Florida State Federation of
Rnth Lodfta, sriU install Mrs
tident of BBYO Judge
> Friedman will honor ad-
awards will he pre-
eated I ".. (,eor?e Baltuch.
:it of the Women's
nl. and Sidaej I p*^
president of lh< -.uncil
A past president of the Siv
tertiocd of Both David Congrega-
tion and a past ki president of
Sholem chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women. Mrv Bermann has been
act,v i the BBYO program for
?our years.
Hi. second vice
I and Mrs Al Reich, fourth
vice president of D Grand
lodge 5. B'nai | -nen vfll
he invocation and benedictioa.
respectively
Annual flay Slated
Beth David Sisterhood annual
show will present "My Fair City." a
musical review written and direct-
ed by Trixie Levin, on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
May 28 through 30. at the Coconut
drove Playhouse. Principals in the
show include Murray Baum, Mrs.
George Saluk. Sheldon Kay and
OseU Kappaport.
Mothers Honored
At Emanu-EI
Temple Kmanu-KI was the scene
of a Mother's Dt) sendee Saturday
morning at which mothers of re-
lifioOJ school students were paid
tribute hy them and Babbi Irving
LehmiBB, v-ho officiated
The program was participated in
hf Ivan, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam
D. Shapiro, who offered greetings
and a prayer; Mrs. William Ruben-
stein, who spoke in behalf of the
Sisterhood.
Mrs Norman Giller, who spoke
on behalf of the PTA.; Felice,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. William
Sussman. who spoke on behalf of
the children; Sandra, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Simon E. Rubin: and
Sally, daughter of Dr and Mrs. Don-
ald Michnoff. who gave a recitation
Of poetry dedicated to Mothers.
Mothers received corsages prepar-
ed by Mrs Martin Borkan and a
committee of PTA members
Tribute to Dr. Schweitzer
Architect and sculptor I'pton C.
Kwing will be principal speaker at
a meeting of Norman Bruce Brown
Auxiliary Jewish War Ceterans.
Wednesday evening in the Republi-
can Club. 1947 W. Flagler st. He
will discuss "Reverence for Life."
in salute to Dr. Albert Schweitzer,
world-renowned surgeon, organist
and humanitarian.
Hiss Blanckard to leod
' Experience in Education." by
John Dcwey, will be the topic for
discussion by the "Great Issues in
Education Group" Monday. 7:30
p.m.. at Miami Public Library,
leader of the group is Miss LaeiaM
Rlanchard. education editor of the
Miami Daily News
Mrs. Davis Elected
For Second Term
Mrs. Max Davis will again be in
stalled president of the Miami,
Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Worn-'
en at the Algiers hotel Tuesday
noon.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will be.,
installing officer, assisted by Mrs.*
Abramowitz. In a Menorah candle-
lighting ceremony.
Mrs Davis was the recent recipi-
ent of the Goldstrom membership
trophy for her chapter, at which
time she was named "Woman of
the Year." She will be honored
again this year with the presen-
tation, retaining the trophy for the
second year.
Among other activities, Mrs
avis is on the board of directors of
the National Women's Committee
of Brandeis University, a trustee of
Kist Haven Convalescent and Re-
habilitation Home, a life member
of Willing Worker's Women's Club,
a member of Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood.
Officers elected to serve for
the year 1957 8 are vice presi-
dents Mesdemes Frank Burg, Max
Frank, Dudley Brodie, Benjamin
Rimer, Eli Liberman; treasurer,
Mrs. Irving Solomon; financial
secretary, Mrs. Leon Rape*; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Aaron
Barron, Mrs. Sylvia Rosenstein;
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Herman Alberts; associate cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Irv-
ing Goldstaub, social secretary,
Mrs. Benjamin Reich, parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Charles Alter; his-
torian, Mrs. Jack Silverman; sen-
tinel, Mrs. David Denner.
Trustees are Mesdames David Al-
per. Sol Goldstrom. Harry Kauf-
man. Ben Lebow. Ida Optner. Helen
Sanders. Ann Satin, Harold Turk.
Carl Wemkle. Melvin Weinkle, Abe
Swartz.
Elected to the board of directors
are Mesdames Jack August. Samuel
Albert. Revy Balk in. Samuel Baum.
Adolph Blank. Bella Brerin. Na-
than Bushman. Nathan Bandell. Os-
car Caplan. Wolfie Cohen. Harry
Hertz. |farrv N Waal
verstein. Harry fi^aj
?'"> Nat \Volfl ^
Sidney SchwaS"" *"*
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Institute of Miami met last week
'noon at the Bel A ire hotei. Social
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ed (left to right) are Mesdames Murray Le-
tieasurer; Marvin Zank, financial secre-
\; Gerald Soltz. vice president; Bernard Ster-
vice president. Standing are Mesdames
jiuel Frommer, corresponding secretary;
Emanuel Seitlin, recording secretary; Irwin
Liss, president; Homer Rievman, vice presi-
dent; George Simon, vice president. They will
be installed as olfi
Hadassah Monday.
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Miami Chapter
Installation Set
Miami chapter of Hadassah will
hold its installation luncheon at Mi-
ami Springs Villas Monday noon
Incoming slate of officers are
president, Mrs. Irwin Liss; vice
presidents, Mesdames Homer Reiv-
man, George Simon, Gerald Soltz.
and Bernard Sterling; treasurer,
Mrs. Murray Levine; financial <.ec-
retary, Mrs. Marvin Zank; record-
|n| secretary, Mrs. Emanuel Seit-
lin: corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Samuel Frommer.
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, chair-
man of the South Florida Zionist
Council, will be installing offi-
cer.
Program will feature the premier
performance of the Miami Hadas-
sah Choraliers in the Cantata. "Yis-
roel Veoreitta," directed by Mrs
Jack Donnerstag. Participating are
the Mesdames Leslie Bukstel, Har-
old Cohen, Michael Covin, Louis
Falk, Martin Feldman. Charles
Gottlieb, Herschel Green, Jacob
Kaplan, Harold Klite. Morris Lau-
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MM. ISRAiL GOLDSlEtN
Mrs. Goldstein Will
Speak to Pioneers
Greater Mia-^i Labor Zionists will
stage this areas final celebration
presi- rpf7 " -/will H^rypTuTAtoLmTonJ Mure. independence May 26. The Sunday
be installed as officers of Miami chapter of TureTskyanS ut? ranS ?aron I brUnch mee,ing at the Sevi,le hotel
Shore Ladies
[Installation Fete
Sam BoNky, newly-elected
dent of the North Shore Jew-
tenter Si-terhood. was to be
Bled at a brunch Thursday
Tin the Algiers hotel.
Itallation was to be in the form
I original script, entitled "Jew-
gtroinesPast and Present,"
tipated in by Rabbi Mayer
nowitz. spiritual leader of the
Shore Jewish Center, with
Sanford Jacobson, program
an. narrating.
Eelskv is active m numer
[Jewish organisations in this
[serving in leadership positions
Jni B'rith and the Hadassah.
hail- from Springfield. Mass..
Bias been a resident of Miami
he past ten years.
i elected to serve arc Mo-
A. Louis Mechlowitz, Irv-
| Laibson, Ray Mora*, A tax S.
dman and Joseph Sectall,
presidents; Hyman Beroad,
ksurer; Frank Briskman, fi-
ial secretary; Nat* Glick-
recording secretary; Alvin
>lssiner, social secretary;
Bnklm Nankin, corresponding
vttary; Sanford Jacobson, his-
jiin; Robert Btoch, parliamert-
fi tin Oonon, Marvin Altman,
(Ginger, Louis Cohan, Fred
as, Allen Acker, trustees.
Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
and Honor Mother of 1956, presents Honor Mother of 1957
Award to Mrs. Harry A. Lack, 5912 Alton rd. Looking on are
runners-up Mrs. Herbert A. Linick and Mrs. Albert L. Rosen.
Presentation was at annual Mother's Day service last weekend
at Beth Sholom.
Mrs. H. C. Moser, membership
vice president, is in charge of a
special tribute to all life members.
Serving on the installation com-
mittee are Mrs. Louis Schwartzman,
chairman, Mrs. Anshel Rackoff.
reservation chairman, and Mes-
dames Ann Goldberg, Seymour Gor-
don, Joseph Klein, Gerold Schwartz,
Henry Schwartzman. and Miss Fran-
cis Baron.
Auxiliary Gives Her Seventh Nod
ing of an Aged Home. When the
Mrs Sol Silverman will be in-
stalled into her seventh consecu-
tive term as president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged Greater Mi-
ami Women's Auxiliary at a meet-
ing May 28 at the Algiers hotel.
Some 2.100 members in the wom-
en's organization voted Mrs. Silver-
man back into office because of
norary board of directors are | devotion and untiring efforts
Mesdames Maver Abramowitr I m behalf of the aged residents,
tod Klein, Sidney C. Lyons and p|Us her graciousness. warmth and
which she has
couple's only son was killed in
France during World War II. they
made their move here to start
anew.
Beth David Ladies
Install Officers
Mrs. Ralph Hankin was installed
president of Beth David Sisterhood
Wednesday.
Vice presidents were Mrs. Max
Jacobson, Mrs. Maurice Rabinowitz
and Mrs. Sam Badanis.
Other officers Installed include
the Mesdames Homar Rievman, cor-
responding secretary; Abe Cohen,
recording secretary; Herman Good-
man, financial secretary: Hyman
Abramovitz,' treasurer; Max Berg-
man, membership secretary.
The Mesdames Harry Gordon, ad-
visor; Myer Schwartz; parliamen-
tarian; and Herman Alexander.
David Brau, Carl Bernhardt. John
Fellows, Michael Covin, George Fel
lows, Sidney Goldberg, Richard
Herald, Sidney Kaplan, George
Rachlin, Irving Ratner, Louis Spec
tor, Louis Schwartzman, Nate Spie-
galman and Harry Zuckerman.
board members.
will honor the top saleswomen for
State of Israel Bonds among alt
Pioneer Women clubs.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein, noted Jew-
ish leader and chairman of the
Greater New York Women's Divi-
sion for Israel Bonds, will be guest
of honor add principal speaker at
the 11 a.m. brunch.
Saturday night. May 25, at tho
h"me of Mrs. (Jacob) Paulino
Sher Cosow, Mrs. Goldstein will
be feted at a M'lave Malko. Mrs.
Cosow, who lives at 7222 Trou-
ville Esplanade in Miami Beach,
is a Sponsor of Israel.
Last year, Greater Miami Pioneer
Women alone sold some $86,000 in
State of Israel Bonds, with all Labor
Zionists accounting for almost
S120.000 according to Jacob Sher,
rhairm'"! of the Greater Miami
Committee.
Eve'rv Farband. Pioneer Women
and other Labor Zionist group in
Dade County will cooperate in the
May 26 meeting.
In addition to having made a
number of extended visits to Israel
during the past three decades, Mrs.
Goldstein made her home in Jeru-
salem in 1948-1949, during the term
there as treasurer of the Jewish
Agency of her husband, Rabbi Is-
rael Goldstein. Her close acquaint-
ance with the Zionist movement ac-
counts in part for the international
reputation she has earned as an
outstanding leader in organizations
devoted to the upbuilding of the
Jewish homeland.
fc Cold.
Med to
serve
** SM M1MV
h* Mesdames Marion Barlly.
L7D ^'nnoni. Howard Bete,
F BerWr, Jack Dunkelman. Rita
Kit. JSff ,FineoW. Mildred
W' wlhp J**by. Ly'"> Klein.
, Lipinsky. Harry Levin,
I 5d Url( Herman Kooperman.
lrBftrSn' Martin Kurrweil, Sol
f1 "aenfeld, Abe R
cordiality through
endeared herself to all."
In November, 1955, the Mollie
and Sol Silverman Physical Ther-
apy Room at the Home was our-
chased by tho Auxiliary for $10,-
000 as a tribute to Mollie and hus-
band Sol. Voluntary contributions I
from hor many friends made it
possible to complete payment
for this valuable addition to the
Homo's facilities in less than one i
yar.
Through the development of this .
project, it is now possible to re-j
habilitate many of the senior resi-
dents at Douglas Gardens so that
they mav walk on their own power.,
The Silvermans came to Miami
Beach 11 vears ago from Toledo. O .
where Mrs. Silverman was also a
"guiding light" there in the foundn-
law Offices Mov
Howard A. Meyers and James Af
Rodenberg announce the removal of
their offices for the practice of lav,
to Ttm Biscayne bldg, Suite 104.
Miami.________ ._______
thai. Sam Rosenthal, Isaac Sapir-
steln. Albert Schwartz. Sara Stern
Herman Stern. Joe Sussrnan. Bob
Surloff. Milton Singer. Abe s -
coff, Sam Sklar, Jack Sperans. Frii-
da Solomon. Morris Yoffe, Allen
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Their Betrothals Are Revealed
Arlene Levine and Robert
G smith wrr married Apr 14 in
Up klyn. NY.
The brides home is at 1501 S\V
31st ave., and the bridegroom is a
resident of Belleroae, Long island.
Gray Waisbergar
Dr. and Mrs. Harrien William
Gray of 720 West DiLido dr.. Miami
Beaeh. announce the engagement of
their daughter. Jo Ann. to Ed-
mWt
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WJ. JTIVAK HOLT I m AM
Miss Lundy Now Mrs. Holtzman
Miss Barbara Lundy became the
bride of Sylvan N Holtzman Sun
da>. Apr 14. at the Algiers hotel
i Abraham Herson officiated
the double ring ceremonv bv can-
^ht.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
Leah Lundy and the late Leah s
MO S\V nth ave The
p n s parents are Mr and Mrs
- H.Wtzman. Johnstown. Pa.
The bride van a gown of im-
d lace with a full length chap-
el train. Her crown was a double
tianra of Ueeaoaa and pearls and
four tiered silk illusion veil
Tried a white Bible \ ith three
Matron of honor. Mrs Theodore
David, sister of the bride, wore
pile yellow lace, foil-skirted, and
carried a cascade of white and yel-
low iris Flower girls were Mar-
jorie Sue and Amy Jane David
nieces of the bride.
I Best man was Sidney Holtrman.
brother of the groom, and ushers
were Theodore David. Mel Kauf-
man. Robert Spiegelman. and Rob-
ert Shevin
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony After a honevmoon
at the Bay Roc hotel in Montego
Bay. Jamaica, the couple will live
at 40 Salamanca. Coral Gables
The bride is a graduate of the
I nixer-ity of Miami The groom is
a student at the I M law school and
M graduate in June
mund Alan Weisberger of New
York City.
The bride^lect attended Abbot
Academy in Andover. Mass.. and
graduated from Miami Beach High
School. She is a senior at Finch
College, New York.
Mr. Weisberger graduated from
Valley Forge Military Academy
and North Carolina State College,
where he was a member of Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity He is the son
n| Mrs Irving Wetsberg of New
York and the late Mr. Weisberger.
The wedding will be June 29 in
the Fontainebleau Hotel.

Goldin- Nadel
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goldin,
3301 McDonald st.. Coconut /Grove,
are announcing the engagement of
their daughter. June, to Eli Nadel.
The couple have set no date as
yet for the wedding.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Nadel, Linden. N.Y. A graduate
of the Wharton School of Finance.
University of Pennsylvania, he now
is on active duty with the Army.
Miss Goldin it a student at the
University of Miami.

Fertl*Sl
Miss Sally Fertig and David H.
Segal will be married June 19 in
Miami Beaeh.
Miss Fertig is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fertig. 977 W
48t8h st.. Miami Beach. Her fiance
is the son of Mrs. Sarah Segal.
Richmond. Va.. and the late Harry
J- Segal.
sorority.
Her fiance, also a Miami Beach
High graduate, will receive his
bachelor's degree from the Uni-
versity of Florida in June. He is a
member of Tau Epsilon Phi frater-
nity.

W.insi.r Pried
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Weinsier,
of Orlando, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Lynn Ruth,
to Clifford Fried. Mr. Fried is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Fried, 350
69th st.. Miami Beach
The bride-elect is attending the
Iniversity of Florida, where she is
I a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
I sorority and treasurer of Hillel
! Foundation.
Mr. Fried graduated from Miami
Beach High School and the Uni-
versity of Florida, where be was a
member of Pi Lambda Phi.
A November wedding is being
planned.

Howard Levin*
Stephanie Howard and Arthur S
Levine are engaged. He is the son
of Mr and Mrs. David Levine. 2747
SW 13th st. She is the daughter of
Mrs. Jack Kersner. 7540 Bounty
ave.. Miami Beach, and John How-
ard. 12220 Pine Needle lane. South
Miami.
Miss Howard will graduate from
Miami Beach High School in June.
Mr. Levine is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and is in bus-
iness in Manland. where the cou-
ple will live.
Raiber, Kramer Exchange Vows
mTJSSS Ktr its?-* ssr ? r*
Apr 14. at the Roney Plaza ho- chids B,l"e "* ,Wo or"
tel Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated .h k
The bride is the daughter of Mr ,, hon^moon the Emer-
and Mr.v Irwin Raiber. 1705 SW Beach hotel. NtaMM Bahamas.
18th st. The groom is the son of ;,h* couple are living at 3173 SW
J>!r> Annette Kramer and the late i 14th st Miami
Samuel L Kramer, 3330 SW 17th t ts k
The br.de wore a baller.nalength DniSrateuf mlff^T. f "*
Whit, chantilly lace and tulle dre. nf DeTlaV Fn a"d memh*r
vh scalloped neck line of TnLm^mTwSl&ZFX'- Thp
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Mr and Mrs. Sam KaU. 1560 Jef
| ferson ave.. Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Ellen Libby. to Evan M. Karpel
Mr Karpel is the son of Mac Kar-
i pel. Tampa, and the late Mrs. Kar
pel
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and is
| attending the Iniversity of Flor-
ida. She is a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi nrcwH)
Mr. Karpel is also attending IT.
here he is a member of Tau Ep-
silon Phi fraternity and past presi
dent of Alpha Delta Sigma pro-
fessional men's advertising fra-
ternity

Jacoboi-Lfkwitt
Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobson of
Hollywood. Fla.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bar-
bara Lee. to Stanley Stanford l.ef-
kowitz. of Mr lnd Mrs
Lcfkowitz. 3401 SW 24th st Mi-
ami ""
Miss Jacobwn is a graduate of
South Broward tfigfc School and
th ^n:'.e,n Medical Center
School of Wilig. Philadelphia.-
Mr Lefkow.tz is graduate of
He received his BarheW and
M-Mer of science degrees from the

Raskin c.rron
Miami Beach residents Audrev
SUndra Raskm ,nd Jo^ph Sm
^rron are planning, j 9*l.
The bnde-elect is the daughter of >
Mr and Mrs Sal Rasku, 8330 Bv
Mr Carron is thTson of"
rd. and the late Mr Carroo
Mis, Raskln u g^^ ft( I
m.BeKhH,xhScWl,d,eiHl.;
eu the I Diversity of Miami where
be pledged Delta Phi Ensign,
Saoer Pardon
Mr. and Mrs, Herman Lee Spear.
350 S Shore dr.. Normandy Shores,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Beverly Kay. to Dr. How-
ard L Gordon, son of Mrs. Bernard
Adler and Aaron Gordon.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Forest Hills High School. NY., and
attended the University of Miami.
Dr. Gordon is affiliated with the
Veterans' Hospital in Coral Gables.
An early summer wedding is
planned.

Steiner Steinberg
The engagement of Arlene Mar-
cia Steiner and Lt. Dawid A. Stein-
berg has been announced Miss
Steiner is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Dewitt W Steiner. 11925 SW
70th ave. Lt Steinberg is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Leo S. Steinberg.
2345 SW 26th ter.
The bride-elect is attending the
I niversity of Florida. Lt. Steinberg
is stationed at Lake Charles, La.
** the United SUto. aJ
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Sdow$ky. s^
The engagement of ftaij
been announced hv her,
and Mrs Milton
18th ter.
\t.Z I VeT are Pu3I
ture bridegroom.
Miss Sadowsky is i
Miami High School an
stitute of Technology m
ance. a graduate of M,JB1(
Emended I'-h^
.
Cohen Kurmil
June 30 is ,he date wi
wedding of SuetelleCohn-7
Kurzweil
Miss Cohen is the da
Mr. and Mrs Ham
Tex. The prospectiie ^
is the son of Mr. and link
Kurrweil. 860 West 43rd cU
Beacn.
The bride-elect attended the 1
versity of Texas and Dallas I
Mr Kurzweil graduated (real
University of Florida.
The wedding *il| take puetj
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Click exchanged wedding
Kjrday in Temple Emanu-
Lde is Ihe daughter of Mr.
LMoses Rothmen, 1610 Mer-
U Miami Beach.
we a ballerina-length gown
lace ever taffeta with
jjyes. A Juliet cap held her
Jsequinned bodice and short
[illusion. She carried a Bible
" with orchids and lilies of
ley.
jSidney Thai was matron of
md Mr Thai was best man.
ial wore an orchid corsage
blue linen cocktail length
L] Resnick was maid of hon-
Ihia Thai was flower girl.
jndearoom is the son of Mr.
E. Morris Resnick. 4410 Sher-
y, Miami Beach.
Idin? dinner for the imme-
nily was held at the Beef
J restaurant.
jouple will honeymoon in
[and will live at the Sea-
btel. Surfside.
[are graduates of Miami
ligh School. The bride also
" from the University of
d Mr. Resnick attended
Mrsit) of .Miami and Stet-
kersity.
Anita's Betrothal
Told by Blumers
s ann pd by ffS&Jg I
J Mrs. Irving Blumer. of Newark,
Mr Cohen is the son of Mr and
Miss Blumer is a graduate of
Weequah,c High School in New-
ark. Mr Cohen attended Roosevelt
College in Chicago and served in
the United States Navy for four
years.
He is associated as an engineer
with the I.B.M. Corp.
An Aug. 25 wedding is being
planned by the betrothal couple.
Page 7-B
MISS ANITA BlUMEff
I Donor luncheon
Mr Kochba1 Star
hood of Zamora Jewish;
Kid its annual donor lunch-1
dnesday noon at the Se-
el.
landarin room of the hotel
the affair, which fea-
othy Rebarber, star of
|ehoi."
f appearing on the program
heart-throb columnist
UM Schedules Workshops
In Mexico, Coral Gables
Five special workshopsone in
Oaxaca, Mexico, another in Burns-
ville, N. C, and three in Coral Ga-
blesare being scheduled this sum-
mer by the University of Miami ac
cording to Dr. Warren H. Stein-
bach, summer sessions director.
Students will have an opportu-
nity to study Latin American cul-
tures in Oaxaca and the fine arts at
Burnsville. In addition. Coral Ga-
bles workshops are planned in tele-
vision-film, home economics and
human relations.
Largest Graduation in Miami's History
For Afternoon Jewish Schools Tuesday
They Hear Guest Speaker
At a recent meeting of the Hanna
Senesch group of Hadassah held at
the Sheibourne hotel, Mrs. Henry
Wernick was featured speaker. In-
dependence of Israel was celebrat-
ed with a birthday party. Mrs. Jo-
seph Reiser is president, and Mrs.
Edward Holofgener was in charge
of program.
Donor Luncheon Sunday
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Center will hold its first annual
donor luncheon Sunday noon at Mi-
ami Springs Villas. Chairman of the
luncheon is Mrs. Ben Harris. Mrs.
Gertrude Wolff will be guest speak-
er. She is past president of the
Southwest region women's divi-
sion of United Synagogue.
rving Perl man was pro-
pirman. Luacheon chair-
i Mrs. William Laiu-etz.
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A key point in the political plat-
form of Harold B. Spaetexpand-
ing ownership of city parking fa-
cilitiesmay lead to a far-reaching
transformation of Miami Beach if
he is elected in the May 28 primary,
Spaet supporters declared Wednes-
day.
Spaet, who currently heads the
off-street parking committee, re-
vealed that "I will continue my
drive to build new public lots in
areas having deficient parking."
The 49-year-old former municipal
judge, according to his supporters,
was recently responsible for the
installment of public phone booths
at a number of city parking lots.
The service was done without cost
to taxpayers.
The largest graduation class injn-r r.V|rt urna. Barber* [**
this history of the Jewish schools ?_'. Ro*f Rablnowlta. Ehioari
of Greater Miami will receive di-j MNr'AnS'^^J'^r1^
pinmas Tuesday at Temple Israel as f,l"'"l,*r. s,"' rirponhere, iionai.i
part of the community graduation' &T&&. lKSj?S2&, KW
Jeffrey Btrumpf, Stephen Vajda. Bt*-
ii'.. n Du.V''"w """ "' l>uchan. Torrv
iKIfKim, Howard Kaplan, Joaepfc N.u-
teln, Pamela Reckman. Bruce Kal.ri,'
rjlorla Ncxti-nliaum.
lorl Ijirlc. Krerilyn Rnsenfelri. Urine
zipixr Ellen Fleierhman, Roberta
HelM-hman. I>av Herkerllna;. Michael
Marhtey. Oall Alexander. Euaene Kink,
Mitchell daman. I'anl Rtraaaber*;, Bar-
bara Toliark, Kenneth fjluaor. Jeff-
rey Toj.f, Krlc S-ioller, Daniel Appel-
routh. Donald BerkowltS, Fred Cohen,
Maieia Cohen, Stephen fhalkln. Bt*>
phen Cypen. Avrohm Faher, Phvllla
Frank, Danny Hutner, Philip Jacobs.
Sandra Katx. K/rem I^lber, Oary
Leslie, Mlml Miller. Ronald Rubin,
Larry Schwartz. Charles I'nRerlelder.
Richard Dyaart. Stephen Father, Jules
Oreenbarg. Sheila Mandell. Mnda
Shein, Robert Stern. Jonas Wetland,
Phillppa Weine, Charlotte Tanowitz,
Michael Ixizofr, Larry Kane. Harriet
Charnln, Martin Raloff. Martin Bern.
I: is.-.-1 Keosch, Harold Loaa, Howard
Rosenberg, William Llchter, Gail Oa-
trie, Sona Rosenberg, Susan Ross.
The graduation exercises are
sponsored annually by the Bureau
of Jewish Education of Greater Mi-
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exercises for afternoon Jewish
schools of Greater Miami.
Eighty-nine graduates from ten
schools are expected with the pos-
sibility of three additional gradu-
ates from two unreported schools.
The graduation exercises will fea-
ture a narrative cantata, "Louis D.
BrandeisAmerican, Jew," adapt-
ed by Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag is directing
the musical portion of the cantata.
The program will also include
greetings from Sol Goldman, presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, and from the Rabbinical
Assn. of Greater Miami. The pro-
gram will involve participation by
representative graduates of all the
schools in prayers, readings, vale-
dictory and cantata.
Diplomas will be presented by
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Bath
David Congregation; Rabbi Shrtv
aryahu T. Swirsky, Bath El Con-
gregation; Rabbi Lao Heim, Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Cantor; Rabbi
Simon April, Miami Hebrew
School; Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witj, North Shore Jewish Center;
Rabbi Morris Skop, of Tempi* Ju-
dea; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Tem-
pi* Emanu-EI; Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish, Temple Beth Sholom; Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, Tempi* Zion;
I and Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Za-
mora Jewish Center.
Three scholarship awards will be
presented: Israel Shapoff award, in
memory of the late vice president
of the Bureau: the Adele Kaplan
award, by the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Assn.; and the Ratner Fam-
ily award, by Mrs. Matilda H. Rat-
ner.
OradUatM Include John Altermnn.
Lawrenec Bayer, Bald Bolker, btarroll
Bott, Brie Copenhagen! Barbara <'v-
i..-n. BUlne Donnarataa*, Susan Fish-
man. Ronald Jaoobaon, PhyiUi K*D<
ami.
Ladies' Auxiliary Meets
Ladies' Auxiliary of North Shore
Post 677, Jewish War Veterans, met
Tuesday evening at the Surfside
Center. Mrs. Irving Shalom pre-
sented a monologue, "You Are
Home.' Rummage sale at Stevens
Market under the direction of Mrs.
Morris Storch, planned for May 27.
was discussed.
Delsie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Lipton, will be-
come Bos Mitzvah Saturday
morning at Temple Emanu-EL,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. Delsie is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus and
attends Temple Emanu-EI re-
ligious school.
School Gets Accreditation
The University of Miami school
if business administration has ach-
ieved full accreditation by the
American Assn. of Collegiate
Schools of Business, national ac-
crediting agency for schools of busi-
ness, according to Dr. Grovcr A. J.
Noetzel, dean of the school.
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City-Wide Confab
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I-r.iel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami will hold a city wide
conference at the Raleigh hotel
Sunday at u n
Dr Dov Btefun, national secre-
i,,. \ |t< >l Conunitte* for
Labor 1 -i.nl. will be guest of hon-
or and install officer! tor the com-
ing jn
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May 17.1957
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\
- individual Israel Bond purchasers at recent dinner
kq Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe were Mr. and Mrs Ase
| of Miami, who turned over $30,000 check to the Dublin
fcrecutive. Talking to Mayor Briscoe are (left to riqht)
^rvid Leventhal, their daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobvs
piuel Gertner, Home medical director, and Maurice
Jein. executive director, discuss itinerary of tour lor
irear medical students at University of Miami
?0 Physicians Attend Sinai
renth Annual Seminar
I physicians from South-
United Slates. Cuba and
Khcr Caribbean countries
ng through Sunday at the
fcleau hotel as part of
nai Hospital's seventh an-
| graduate seminar. Theme
is "Recent Advance in
I and Therapy."
! the outstanding teach-
esearch workers in medi-
profatsor of darmatologoy at the
University of Chicago school of
modicino; and Dr. J. S. Wechsler,
pr.sid.nt-el.ct of tho American
Nooroloflical Assn. and consul-
tant in neurology at Mount Sinai
Hospital in New York City.
M. KOTHMAN
tahmit (he nation and
Btitute ihe seminar fa-
ram as arranged by Dr.
K.
> authorities who will bo
Inng the weekend dolib-
1'* Dr. Steven Rothman,
Changes
at Center
;! -'ii chances for
Wami Jewish Commu-
MW I een announced
,ve Erector Efraim H.
wnaii has been appoint
pnch supervisor replac.
[wlver. who accepted a
P Greater Miami Jew-
[>'- after almost five
Tee with GMJCC.
was extension supervis-
Mis appointment, in
",J(< Program in the
Bs and deep Southeast
]* has boar, ^
T*'or of fh. r^w
*" wrvod as ox-
,rv,or, conducting
/the J.wlU, Homo
T*mple Israol, and
du>t Council.
4 pparl will be leaving
^w"ce at the end of the
" Mr,|'l as extension
induct,n agency ac-
'h0 "elk county ares
; JJW. Mr* Pearl also
**v*d as youth- activ-
VUor at ,he Town
Also scheduled are Dr. Ignasio
Chavez, director of the National In-
stitute of Cardiology, Mexico City;
Dr. Garfield G. Duncan, professor
of clinical medicine. Jefferson Med-
ical College; John H. Garlock, clin-
ical professor of surgery, Columbia
University; Dr. C. Walton Lillehei.
professor of surgery, University of
Minnesota; Dr. Frank L. Meleney,
professor emeritus of clinical sur-
gery, Columbia University, annd
lecturer in surgery at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Dr. Monroe J. Romansky, asso-
ciate professor of medicine. George
Washington University; Dr. William
B. Schwartz, associate professor of
medicine. Tufts University: I)r Ed-
ward Stieglifz. consultant in geria-
trics. Veterans Administration,
Washington, DC.
The program will include discus-
sions on "Surgery of the Esopha-
gus." "Open Heart Surgery for
Heart Disease." "Advances in Dia-
betes Mellitus." "Physiology of the
Skin." "Concepts of Neurology,"
"Homeostasis in the Aged." "Ad-
vances in Hypertension," "The Use
of Antibiotics," "Surgery of Re-
gional Ileitis" and "Physiology of
Mitral Disease."
Scheduled for presentation are 15
original papers, and there will also
be a symposium on "Surgery in
the Aged" and "Antibiotics in Medi-
cine and Surgery."
Dr. Falk's executive committee
includes Drs. Mortimer Abrashkin.
Bernard Baer, Lewis Capland. El-
liott Cohen, Rudolph Drosd, Mil-
ton Goldman, Jesse Halpern, Sher-
man Kaplan, Leon Manheimer.
Marvin Meitus, Harold Rand. Jan-
don Schwartz and Jack Widrich.
Chairman of the banquet com-
mittee Is Dr. Baer. with Dr. Solo-
mon B. Goldman heading the ex
hibit committee.
Hospitality committee includes
Drs. Abrahskin, Capland. Drosd.
Richard Fleming, Goldman. Ralph
Kirseh. Sanfnrd Levine. Louis Lyt
ton, David Nathan, Irwin Perlmut
ter, Paul Plotkin. Paul Unger. S.
Charles .Werblow and Leo Zucker
man.
Dr. Jesse Halpern heads the ho-
tel committee. Members arc Drs.
Saul Kaplan, David Pinks and
Robert Rosen. In charge of program
committee is F)r. Cohen, with Drs.
Chester Cassel. Drosd and Leonard
Weil assisting.
In- Meitus is in charge of the
publicity commit'ee. with
OCt from Drs Morton Brandon.
Richard Shapiro and Erwir Hoff-
man.
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Ancient Torah Will be Dedicated
Zamora Jewish Center iii k.. W *VWfHIll7l|
a SrH"IS Cpn,er wi" hve,
a S.jum Hatorah celebration Snn-1
day evening at the Center. 44 Za-
^a ave., Coral Gables.
of cLTr K,rS Stm Ra^nowich.
of Coral Gables, charter members
ro|| nTT f 'I* 20-^r.ld
**roll of Law. and they will he
hosts at the affair.
The ,ci,nt |ro|| hM a r.eh
h.sfory. The American ph. of
tx.stene, begins with a Mike
*"nmarman who, back in 1880
carrying the Tor.h. led th. an-
tir. Jewish population of Tcher-
nigov, Russia, just ahead of the
tzar s secret police, .cross th.
Atlant.c Ocean. Because these
People had been woodsm.n in
Tch.rmgov. they moved west-
ward shortly aft.r their arrival
in New York City.
Mike, the Torah and the former
Kussian villagers settled in an
area that became Rudolf, Wis., a
small town near Warsaw, Wis. For
a long time lumber was plentiful,
and the people thrived and wor-
shipped at their little synagogue.
People drifted away when the
forest reserves became depleted,
and soon the synagogue was left
without enough congregants to
form a Minyan. The Torah was
then returned to Mike Zimmer-
man i heir, his nephew, Sam Ra-
benowich.
The ceremony will be led by
Rabbi Hurwitz. of Zamora; Rabbi
Morris Skop, of Temple Judea;
Rabbi Simon April, of Miami He-
brew School and Congregation;
Rabbi Morton Malavsky, of Is-
raelite Center, and Cantor Ru-
dolph Brill. Zamora.
Committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Max Tern-
chin, chairman of the religious
committee, and Lester Shapiro
and Edwin Solomon, co-chairmen
of the S.,.! .. H------i co-imittee.
The ceremony will be preceded
by blessing of the candles, to be
recited by Mrs. Rabenowich, while
a group of Hebraic songs will be
chanted by Miss Dorothy Rosen-
bloom, coloratura soprano.
Mrs. Frances Marks is chair-
man of the hospitality committee
in charge of the reception. Har-
lan Ross is chairman of the pub-
licity committee.
Nursery Schools Registration
Registration for the September,
1957 term of the nursery schools of
the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center will take place Tuesday
and Wednesday noon from 9:30
a.m. and 12 noon.
Locations are Town Branch, 450
SW 16th ave., Mrs. Blair Zimmet;
Flagler Granada, 50 NW 51st pi.,
Mrs. Theodore Weinstock; and
Beach Branch, 1530 Bay rd., Mrs.
Tobias Simon.
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