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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THf JfWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
f^TNumber 21
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 24, 1957
Price 20!
ependents Form American-Jewish League;
!A Denies Charge of 'Political Affiliation'
isky Urges Discarding
liances as Bomb Threat
ires Eban Talk Session
YORK (JTA)A new organization of American Jews, to be
the American Jewish League for Israel, was established here
i following the conclusion of a two-day founding assembly of
pendent Zionists of America. Ezra Z. Shapiro, of Cleveland,
led president of the new group. Louis Lipsky and Judge Louis
lhal wer<- named honorary presidents.
ims and purposes of the*---------------------------------4
nization were outlined at | ^ n^, ^ orB,njiation wi,| ^
ij parley by Dr. Arthur unj#lj n iH dedication TO Israel,
: and were ratified at the
Itessron of the conference.
1 Zionist organization came
btence as a result of dis-
n with Zionist groups
affiliated with political
1 Israel.
new organization," Dr.
said, "will be composed
1 who stand above class or
[ party and who, though
differ among themselves
[philosophies of Jewish life,
united in a common dedi-
the Jewish ideals which
and conditioned the
the Jewish State."
ring that the existence ef
fdtminds a redefinition ef
lionship between Jews in
1 ind the Land of Israel,"
veld, as chairmen of the
which prepared the
I principles and a program
1 for the new group, sta-
bot will also "seek to enrich the
Continued on Page 2 A
D. MANUEL NEUMANN
. In sharp Jefense
Sobolev Says Egypt's
Suez Solution is Fair;
Pineau Supports Israel
Neumann Says New Group
Maintains Close Relations
With Israel's Progressives
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
NEW YORK The Zionist Organization f America repudiated
Tuesday charges that it maintains affiliation with political groups in
Israel and thereby interferes in the internal affairs of the Jewish State.
The charges were voiced at tht +-------------------------------------------
founding conference of the Amer-
Rectify Wrongs,
Dr. Goldmann
Tells Moscow
for Israel,
during the
ican Jewish League
which was held here
weekend.
Repudiation of the charges was
contained in a statement presented
...Tuesday by Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
ZOA president, to a meeting of the
organization's national executive
council attended by ZOA leaders
from all parts of the country. The
statement, which was endorsed by
the meeting, said that the ZOA has
never been "affiliated with any of
the parties in Israel."
It also asserted that "despite
their representation of themselves
as unidentified," the leaders of the
NEW YORK (JTA) Asserting
that "the Communist regime in So-
viet Russia has not solved the Jew-
ish problem," Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, president of the World Jew-
ish Congress and of the World Zion-
ist Organization, this week called
on 'he Soviet Government "to rec-
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Israel's stake in freedom of shipping
through the Suez Canal was brought forcefully to the front in the Se- party of Israel
curity Council here Wednesday by Christian Pineau, Foreign Minister
of France.
American Jewish League for Is- j tify ,ne wrongs done to the 3.000,-
rael "have themselves maintained
close relations with the Progressive
tOUIS UfSKY
veferea effects
M. Pineau. at whose request the I
Council convened to resume debate
on the Suez issue, told the 11-mem-1
ber body that Egypt's unilateral de- j
claration on operation of the canal, 1
filed here Apr. 24. threatens "a
readiness" to forget that the Se-
curity Council in 1951 ordered
Egypt to keep the canal open to all
ships wherever bound. The 1951
resolution was adopted in response
to a request from Israel.
Before the debate got under
way, Arkady A. Sobolev, Soviet
delegate, told the Council that
the USSR is opposed to a renewal
of the debate on the Suez issue
because Egypt has already offer-
ed to settle the Suez question in
a "reasonable and just manner."
In a relatively mild speech, M.
Pineau called for the opening of
new negotiations as soon as pos-
sible for definitive settlement of
the Suez Canal question. Egypt's
Continued on Page JA
work of the World Zionist move-
ment.
He Says What He Means
LONDON (JTA)The Labor party's forthright M. P.. Emanuel
Shinwell. this week bluntly denounced as "foolish" President
Eisenhower's statement on Israel's Suez transit rights.
"Mr. Eisenhower says and does some very foolish things,
ihc MP declared in Commons debate, "and one of the most
foolish surclv, is the statement that Israel is entitled to put a
ship through" Suez but on no account to use force."
"Is anything so absurd?" he asked. "Egypt will obviously try
to nrevent'it and will use force. Israel mustn't use force but take
the ship hack. Retreat, retreat, retreat-all along the line. That 1
that gets anywhere."
not a policy
000 Jews of Soviet Russia." He
asked that "Jews in the Soviet
Union get the same facilities as
other national and religious minori-
ties in the USSR, namely, to or-
ganize their own institutions and
to foster their own culture."
Dr. Goldmann was the guest of
honor at a luncheon meeting of the
national administrative committee
of the American Jewish Congress,
held at the Stephen Wise Congress
House here. He participated in a
ceremony dedicating the Nahum
Goldmann Library in the Congress
House.
Addressing the gathering. Dr.
Goldmann said: "Our insistence
upon these demands is not a fight
Continued on Page 3A
Israel in Statement on Ike Doctrine
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
-On May 2. '"" Ambaaaador I'"" r. Ricn.ra*. annai-----ZjiKd Slki: vtailed fc^i
vie Producer Wouldn't Deny His Religion
W war ..... i-,i.hnes YORK (JTA) A World
commando film, "Bitter
." has been shot in Libya
oiumbia Pictures which
I >wn plans for an Israeli
because of fear of an Arab
variety magazine report-
I week.
Uv filmed as a French mo-
'ocation in Libya. "Bitter
.'"was ma> 'n the absence
P^ucer P.ul Graetr Pro-
ducer GraeU, a Jew, was refused
entry in Libya unless he chose to
falsify his Jewishness. a proposal
he rejected, according to the va-
riety report. .
Graetz and director Nicholas
Ray originally planned "Bitter
Victory for Israel where the des-
ert location was considered per-
fect. Told Columbia had reject-
ed the location out of fear of an
Egyptian boycott, GraeU offered
to make up for the anticipated
revenue loss.
The film company said, how-
ever, that Egypt ancftheothe;
Arab states might boycott all
Columbia Picture, nd the com-
p.v would not take the risk.
Lcord.aM.toth.comm.rc.al."-
terteinment newsweekly.
Variety reported that Music
Cor^orXn of America asked one
oMU Paris represcntaUves to
deny his Jewishness to get into
Libya and the representative re-
fused but several Columbia ac-
countants did go. including one
Jew who obtained his visa by rep-
resenting himself as a Catholic.
Commenting on his inability to
enter Libya as a Jew, Graetz said
he was tempted to put an English-
sound track on the French film,
"Nuit et Brouillard." dealing with
Nazi concentration camps, to send
it to Columbia officials to look at.
plain the principles and purposes
of American policy for the Middle
East as proposed by President Eis-
enhower and endorsed in a resolu-
tion adopted by both Houses of
Congress of the United States. Ow-
ing to the shortness of the time
available, these discussions between
the two governments were con-
cluded in Washington.
"The Government of Israel wel-
comed the support of the United
States for the preservation of the
independence and the integrity of
Middle Eastern states and for the
development of economic strength
Continued on Page 11 A


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Independent Zionists Form New League
Cont;nod from Pag* 1 A
Jewish content in the lives of
American Jews." The organiza-
tion intends to enroll Zionists as
well as Jews who have never
been affiliated with the Zionist
movement. Dr. Lelyveld empha-
ited. It will not be affiliated
with any political party in Israel,
he stressed.
Judge Levinthai. a former pres-
ide! of the Zionist Organization of
America, addressing the confer
ence, said: "We would not be true
to our conscience, and to our nVvo
lion to bnel as a whole, if we per
milted MimlVM to become identi-
fied or aligned, directly or indirect-
iy. with any political party in the
-late (of Israel), and therefore to
interfere in Israel's internal prob-
lems which its citizens alone h.i\c
ihe right to solve for tbemserroi
Louis I ipsky. also a former ptfei
ident of the Zionist Organization
of America, told the conference
that the ZOA 'has preferred to ig-
nore the challenge' posed by the
MtlMilhlnl of the Jewish Mate,
and tikes shelter in a politu.il
party in Israel." He said that the
new organization "is the first step
in the renaissance and reconstruc-
tion of the Zionist movement" and
that it will "create new forms of
organized action" by avoiding the
ambitions and controversies of
partial
"In discarding all entangling po-
litical partisanship in Israel, the
new organisation will rise to a
higher level, from which the Dias-
pora may see the greatness of tfe-
rael and serve to develop a more
realistic sovereignty for the State."
Mr I.ipsky said.
Dr. Nihum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organ-
Pineau Supports Israel at UN
Continued from Page 1 A
Ipril declaration, he maintained,
looks the si\ (kimi- principles
pted bj the Council on Oct. 13
req lirements for operation
ol the canal.
If. Pineau, in eoumerat'ni the
six principles, underscored two of
the requirements which concern i-
1 That there should bt tree
through the canal
without discrimination, overt or
thai the operation of
Lsulated Irom |
i ir.. of aus eountrj
'] be French : told I
the I ouncil that he n inten
I
(all :
Pranco-Brii -i. involvement** in the I
i However, he de '
dared, "we losl the opportunity at
:hat time ol reaching i settlement
Ol the canal affair that would have
fair and all "
M Pineal Said that the principal,
to decide wa. whether the |
rules of the IN Charter "are valid .
for all and must be applied by all
without any discrimination."
Dr. Omar Loufti. head of the
Egyptian delegation at the IN. told
the Security Council that his gov-
ernment is prepared to recognize
the jurisdiction" of the Internation-
al Court of Justice on the Suez
Canal issue *f upbraided France
for its part in the Suez campaign
List fall and. by implication, for
aiding bruel Howewr. I)r Loufti
did not mention Israel specifically
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itation, who returned to the Uni-
ted States after an absence of
six months, voiced a note of qual-
ified hope that the Israel-Arab
problem may be moving closer to
solution. The Zionist leader said
thera is raason to assume that
for the first time in years the
Arabs may begin to "accept the
fait accompli of Israel's exist-
ence." Once the Arab nations
accept the fact that Israel cannot
be erased from the map. Or. Gold-
mann continued, "the psycholog-
ical basis will have been laid for
an eventual settlement."
The conference, which was also
addresed hy Israel Ambassador
Abba Khan, electee samael Roth-
berg as chairman of the board of
directors-of the new organization.
I-ouis P Rocker was named chair-
man of the executive committee.
Other officers are: vice presidents.
Rabbi Isadore Breslau. Benjamin
K Harris. Dr. Arthur Lelyveld,
Philip M. Lown. Dewey D. Stone
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Jacob M. Elkow; treasurers, Samuel
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xtify Wrongs,' Moscow is Told
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,tjnutd from Pago *
[the Sov> Union.'W* *
L USSR what wo oro ook-
,ny country in the
l*htivtr r*,m*. '
t.m may be-the right
Ljsh cttitons to hvo in full
L ind the right for the
[community to maintain it*
There is nothing in the theory
and program of Communism, Dr.
Goldmann continued, which rules
out Jewish life and the survival of
Jews as an entity, -in the last
years of Stalinism," he said, "all
remnants of Jewish life were reck-
lessly eliminated. This policy of
the Stalin regime was only recent-
ly publicly condemned by Soviet
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leaders who have tried to make
good ,he wrongs and crimes com-
mitted by the Stalin and Beria re-
gimes against various minorities
The one minority," Dr. Goldmann
said, "(or which no such correction
was made is the Jewish minority."
While noting that anti-Semitism
is officially outlawed in the Soviet
Union, Dr. Goldmann asserted
"there is no doubt that in reality
discrimination exists as regards the
economic and cultural opporluni
ties for Jews. This," he said, "has
been admitted in statements of So-
viet leaders themselves."
"The main issue," Dr. Gold-
mann continued, "which compels
us to take a public stand is that
the Jewish community of the So-
viet will, in the long run, disin-
tegrate and disaopear if present
conditions prevail. Jews, through-
out history, could mostly survive
as individuals by conversion or
by assimilation. As a people, wo
have the right not only to securo
the physical survival of the mem-
bers of our people, but to con-
tinue living as part of the Jewish
community. It is this right which
is so gravely endangered in the
Soviet Union today."
The Jewish leader emphasized
that the World Jewish Congress
will continue to urge the Soviet
Union to allow Jews to emigrate
from Russia. "Many Communist
countries in the past and the pres-
ent," he said, "have shown under-
standing for this right and the de-
sire of Jews to go to Israel, to be
reunited with their families and to
live a full Jewish life in Israel. Is
t impossible to hope that the Soviet
Union just as other Communist
countries will be fair and generous
enough to allow her Jewish citizens
o go to Israel if they wish?"
Dr. Goldmann expressed the "pro-
found disappointment of world
Jewry at the spectacular deteriora-
tion in the Soviet Union's attitude
towards Israel." Israel, he said,
wants nothing more than to live in
friendship with all countries. Com-
munist and non-Communist alike.
Recent Soviet policy of partisan-
ship is unworthy of a great power
and defeats her peace aims and the
prospects of establishing stability
in the Middle East."
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Volume 31 Number 21
Friday, May 24. 1957
23 Iyar 5717
Israel's New-Won Friend at the UN
The French, above all others, has emerged
on the international scene as the government
most in accord with Israel. This was never
more emphatically demonstrated than when
Ambassador Herve Alphand appeared at a
national convention of the Women's Division
ol the American Jewish Congress held in Wash-
ington, D.C., some ten days ago.
The Ambassador made his country's posi-
tion crystal clear when he declared: "Israel is
the smallest state among the members of the
United Nations, and yet. it is the most threaten-
ed state and the state which could the most
legitimately have expected more benevolence
on the part of the International Organization."
But if the UN was less just in the eyes of
Ihe French than is Israel's due. they have
been apparently making up the difference on
Caring for One's Own
Recent annual meeting of the Jewish Fam-
ily Service here hiqhlighted the amount of pro-
Mi this Federation agency is making in ser-
ving a very highly specialized set of needs of
many Jewish families, as well as individuals.
Some interesting statistics indicate that dur-
ing 1956-57 JFS dealt with 785 families requir-
ing professional casework aid to cope more
effectively with the day-to-day problems of liv-
ing, marriage, rearing children, overcoming
physical handicaps and personality adjustment.
This figure represents 1,540 participantsa
substantial cross section of the community,
which gives at least a partial picture of the
cctivity of Jewish Family Service programs.
Added to '.his aspect of JFS assistance were
problems arising from the influx here of new
Americans; service to applicants for admission
and to residents of the Jewish Home tor the
Aged, and qenerally helping the aged to adjust
to their environment; vocational aid specific-
ally for "hard to place" individuals, such as the
physically incapacitated and refugees, in 12.-
!69 JFS work hours; and service to 80 children,
-olving foster cere, unwed mothers and adop-
tive placement
All in all. these statistics bespeak an active
organization, whose aim is total family welfare.
But statistics do not reach the core of JFS' great-
est serviceto individual human beings who
have needed a helpinq hand and what that
hand has meant to them.
A significant example here is the way in
which the agency galvanized to deal with the
remnants of Hungarian revolution and Com-
munist oppression. Of the 52 familes migrating
here and receiving financial support during
1956-57, ten were Hunqarian escapees, who
called upon the agency for help in the process
of integration.
Miami Jewry's efforts in this regard stem
from a long and historic tradition of "caring
for one's own"efforts which are being proved
daily here for the benefit of aTaarmonious Jew-
ish community.
Her Seventh Presidency
Mrs. Sol Silverman has been reelected to
her seventh term as president of the Greater
Miami Women's Auriliary, Jewish Home for
the Aged.
This is surely some kind oi record for offi-
cialdom in local civic and philanthropic circles.
The women's reaffirmaiion of their faith in
Mrs. Silverman is a tribute to her. Mrs. Silver-
man's leadership has been responsible for
many of the fine innovations brouqht to the
Jewish Home for the Aqed by the Auxiliary.
Not the least of these are the 2,300-odd
members of the orqanization, whose zeal in
behalf of the Home makes it among the best
such institutions in the nation.
their own. During the recent Independence
Day celebrations, when the young Jewish re-
public paraded her military strength, it was
France's contribution to Israel's obviously bur-
geoning armament that proved to be among the
most significant experiences of the occasion.
While this new international posture can
be rationalized by political observers with the
obvious remark that France's sympathies to-
ward Israel stem from her own difficulties with
the Arabs, the fact remains that few are the
statesmen today who declare themselves as
M. Alphand did at the AJCongress conven-
tion when he said:
"A dictator is never satisfied with his vic-
tories. His insatiable thirst inevitably leads to
a point where the peoples who want to keep
their freedom have to react and use force. In
the present case, the Egyptian dictator is the
tool of international communism."
This is not alone an explanation for
France's role in the Sinai-Suez campaign of
November, 1956. It is the wise expression of
sad experience suffered by the French prior to
World War II and following their defeat in that
war. It is the expression of a people that has
accepted the realities oi decline from top inter-
national status.
So strongly do M. Alphand and his gov-
ernment feel about the current Suez Canal sit-
uation and its impact on the Middle East, that
Prime Minister Mollet last week offered, and
was fortunately refused, his resignation to Pres-
ident Cotya gesture of futile protest before
Wester policies fashioned by the United Slates,
in which Paris has virtually no say.
Despite M. Alphand's warning against pa-
cifying dictator Nasser, our own State Depart-
ment has continued to do soand never so
clearly as in American, and thus Western, ac-
cession to Nasser's plan for the Suez Canal.
The Suez fracas was, to begin with, the re-
sult of vacillatinq American action toward
Egypt's illeqal blockade of the canal. Beaten
on the battlefield, and restored by Dulles di-
plomacy, Nasser aqain plays a game predicted
on "belligerency rights" against Israel, which
we only tactily condemnand therefore prac-
tically accept.
It is this Ambassador Herve Alphand de-
plores.
DK0RATI0N DAY in Honor of Tnost
Christians and Jews Who Died for Liberty
and Brotherhood of Man
during the week
am i mee U .
by LEO MINDLIN
annual mi
*"oneo|sJa
organization noiT2L
twentieth year. ^S
fc*ng the advS?"
2 '?ntrast, ii*
with miniscule aspirations. During it-Tw^ Wasan>'nist3
leaders considered a three million dollar goal T'gn' Grt*l
and no one indicates now. that the failure to' ..Y0Be **
expected. The consideration of such a sum tlk ,he *
THE T0*e or ,
with, |
admirably on the exalted intimations" oT'plwlff
Altogether, the original intentions of the iost
to a simple total: There was the underMandahi.' fampai,
bear by the United Jewish Appeals Si 5000001 t$SUrf N
responsibility in the $100,000,000 national cmcreen!lT" *'
represented in toto more than the area wide n,!%A
tion, there was the regular drive, also set at approximaS
If three million dollars was admittedly unrealistic
merely set forward to fire the community enthusi,.^
than half of that figure gathered in 1957 shows 2 "
Principally, it indicates little advance over 'si-SSZ
announcement of a one-third increase An interesting i|3
our UJA assessment in last year's emergency fund wmbtsTI
have fared in equally mediocre fashion with a proDorhSB
sibilitv of $375,000 and one of $1,500,000. what must ?
regular campaign efforts?
Admittedly, the United Jewish Appeal drive within
have placed such a theoretical burden upon the comnoniha,
perate measure, expecting less in realitybut within a
limit of its initially padded figure. This is not meant to 1
significance of the emergency campaign Rather, it b
properly to assess Miami's role in it.
e e
TIH fAILUKE TO CIVt
DEALLY INTELLIGENT ASSESSMENT will come only J
communities across the nation post their own resold,;
ment by comparison will be in terms of the generally rub**]
realistic $75,000,000 boost over last year's I'JA emereeiri(
Meanv hile. it is merely safe to say that Miami scarcely reaoV
vigorously to the crisis in '57 than it did to the crisis in %.
*ame token, the area failed to respond with any significantlyi
ing vipor to the regular campaign.
Docs this mean that the community has reached iU 1
point? Such an inference would spell disaster. Increase nf
tion, additions to dwelling units and extension of Federation 1
through its affiliate agencies indicate, if nothing else, that4
Miami Jewry is continuing its phenomenal rate of growth.
growth does not spell increased giving is a problem far 1
one involving saturation points.
The failure to giveif only to support a Federation 1
keeping pace with the needs of an expanding Jewish
implicit in the general failure actively to identify with Je
That which contributes to the bulk of synagogue non-i
which persistently adds to non-perusal of a Jewish ne
which sees in Judaism only the recreation hall or sport 1
lie the sources of poor giving.
But this is giving in the broad sen-r of total community]
pation. where by far the smallest part of any campaign > fi-
ne found. A more realistic approach to the- problem.
it doe., that the hulk of contribution- comes from the highest*
of financial achievement, must look to this thinly populated!
group fur future maximum efforts
e s
TNf MULT IP LI APPEALS C0MPLIX
THESE ARE THE people who set the tone for giving. l
1 the people who mu*t offer themselves as example* M
not bask in the spurious shadow of philanthropic anoayftj
they identity themselves with mutual | ibn-
iiimm contribution! are never condemned even if rarely 1
DM tendency to increase the lenuth ol campaign*|
confession of failure, for increased length merely ad* *
in the* sparse realms of charitable possibility and saus"
feeling that a sweeping-if ineffective effort has been swj
Thus, again and again, the initial given must be <
the essential core of MOMM. A major problem ^"^
appeals complex, which increasingly siphon- away tn
these givers into the coffers of organization- frequenu j
pale of the Federation family. Such organization- im. "i
as "favored philanthropies;" on occasion they funcl'"-|
groups; in more than a few instance-, the irrespon-io
gain their financial ends though false honoraria ana
In most instances, they maintain a uniform dis*r**lrd{or|3
interests of the community, operating without w"t*rV.,
ned fund efforts under Federation iurisdlct'on.f^,Irt]
a threat to the highest philanthropic instinct- of orea _
whose province day by day becomes a larger an
for such organizations.
TMf MHO Of LEAOIKSHIP
THE MULTIPLE APPEALS complex is a threat F*j**
p..cc-sett.-x -the symbols for x,m"m J^Si
necessity or flattery to them. Gifts made in the 10c j
bracket during the past campaign period are ol: s1
to pale the approximate!)- $1,720,000 announced aw"
as its 1057 figure.
(overs in this bracket stand high in the ro-ter 0
er.-hip.
While no one can deny their >ense for shann*'^3
fail to remind ti-m precisely where chanty begins "
forget: Fed. Is the soul and spirit of the com ^ J
ithoul
life ar.d tradition into buildings and Indu
of the community, it u the planned structure *
and soul would expire. In this sense. Federation J^(
in our organiied giving. For. so long a- n* j^ta*!
.li the need of leadership exist. Anything^ ^
ting in united action is a challenge to our surviva
and as a people.


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KaitfA MS// No Longer Miss
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prominent parts c/t their recent Seder Rosen and Harvey Kornstein. Spiritual lead-
in Coral Way Jewish Center are (left er Rabbi Benjamin Blech looks on.
bt) Lisa Siegel, Lesley Cygielman, Jane
laism Council Urges UJA Check
YORK iJTA)The Amer-
incil for Judaism concluded
tnt four-day annual con-
fwith the adoption of resolu-
rectc'l against (he United
|Appeal and against Zion-
pc conference called upon
ans of ill I faiths to reject
List-fostered concept that
le of Israel is In any sense
Jmcnt of Biblical prophecy
fcal or fancied 'homeland' of
kn Jews"
regard to the United
i Appeal, the Council i-mo-
[ suggested Jewish commo-
aders responsible for the
jrhial linking of their local
funds with the United
Appeal demand of the
UJA a detailed accounting of
the manner in which the huge
funds raised in 1956 were spent.
On the basis of such an account-
ingif it is providedwe hope
local fund executives will be im-
pelled to demand, a) that similar
accountings be made in the fu-
ture and b) that any diversion of
philanthropic funds for political
purposes be discontinued," the
resolution said.
Clarence L. I'oleman Jr.. of Chi-
cago, president of the Council since
1955. was rcelectcd to serve a sec-
ond two-year term. Richard L. Si-
mon of Great Neck. N.Y.. president
of the New York chapter of the
ACT. was chosen Greater New York
City regional vice president, a new-
ly created post.
The American Council for Juda-
ism was meanwhile accused last
week by Rabbi Irving Miller, chair-
man of the American Zionist Coun-
cil, of giving "aid and comfort to
avowed enemies of Israel who are
intent upon destroying this single
bastion of democratic strength in
the Middle East." Rabbi Miller ad-
dressed a Zionist rally on the eve
of the ninth independence anni-
versary of the State of Israel, which
was officially celebrated on Mon-
day.
A youngster who was homesick
for Miami and his family, and
who had to leave school as a re-
sult, will not be homesick any-
more But he will be missing his
father.
Il( is Ini Imbcrman, of 5280 SW
5th st. A graduate of the Hebrew
Academy Of Miami Beach, Ira was
awarded a complete scholarship
to the High School Department
of Ye.shiva University in New
York last year.
At the age of 14. he stepped
offleft his parents, sister and
grandmother to seek the kind of
education that he could only get
at Ye.shiva. Into Iras hand, his
father. Jack, tucked a letter to
be read on the way up.
"It has always been a custom
to give a gift on going away,"
Imbei man wrote his young son.
"Whatever gift ... I have given
you, the one thing I want you
to retain is not a material one."
The youth, bewildered by his
exciting future at school and his
immediate longing for his home,
continued reading: "It is the pow-
er you have to make people happy
... I want you to continue to
make others happy, as you have
made your family happy ."
Such sage advice from his
father was a usual thing for Ira.
On one occasion, when he had
brought a report card home from
school, he found a letter at his
bedside the next day: "I am very
pleased with your report card.
However, the most important
question in my mind is are you
pleased?
"Have you given your hesi !
ways? You and only you know
that.
"Mother and I have only one
aim that is to make good
bop on Brahms Dve
rory on Wednesday
in music harmony con-
|by Mme. Hilda Steuerman,
1 pianist, in the auditorium
IMiami Public Library will
}r its final session at 6:45
Bdnesdaj
'p.m.. the music workshop
lyo its last meeting, and
leuerman will discuss the
porks .it Johannes Brahms.
ngs of Brahms' composi-
111 also be played.
Scaroon Manor Will Kick Off Season
Scaroon Manor, famed Adirondack
Mountain summer resort at Sch-
roon Lake, N.Y., will inaugurate
its 32nd season under the man-
aging directorship of Joseph Fric-
ber with a gala Decoration Day
weekend festival.
Feature of the exciting four-day
holiday will be the annual Adiron-
dack Mountain Invitation Tennis
Tournament on the Scaroon Manor
courts Thursday, May 30, through
Sunday, June 2.
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Sponsored by the Eastern
Lawn Tennis Assn., the tourna-
ment attracts outstanding net
starts from all over the world.
Renato Gori, of Italy, won last
year's competition.
The Decoration Day festivities
will also serve to tee-off a summer-
long weekly series of athletic and
sports competitions for guests that:
includes golf, tennis, shuffleboard,
handball, table tennis, basketball,
gwimming, diving, baseball, soft-
ball, putting, driving, roller skat-
ing, canoe tilting, and motor boat
racing with weekly prizes to indi-
vidual and team winners and run-
ncrs-up in an events, another
Scaroon Manor attraction is the
free golf for guests until June 26.
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people out of you. In order to
become a good person, your 1
effort must be put forth in every-
thing you do."
That is how it was between Ira
and his fatherbetween the al-
ready lonely youth and his fam-
ily. Even lister Gail, 12. an honor
student at the Hebrew Academy
< she was three, missed her
brother.
At Ye.shiva, Ira continued hc-
ing a good student. But to Uir
14-year-old, honfe was uppermost:
and home he camehis father
and mother, Hilda, deciding thai
he would return to school in New
York a year later.
But if Ira is no longer lonely
for home, he is now lonely for
his father. Jack Imberman died
at the age of 52 some six weeks
ago. A resident here for the
past 20 years, he was owner of
the Bryan Park Pharmacy on
the Trailand of a reputation
that brought him friendships
throughout Miami.
He was past chancellor of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge. Knights of
Pythais, and affiliated with Flav
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center, B'nai B'rith, Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce and Miami Drug
gists Assn. He was listed as
among the first 11 members of the
Home-for the Aged.
Ira, mother Hilda and sister
Gail are returning to New York
City to live. Back at Ye.shiva, Ira
won't be homesick anvmorehe'll
just be missing his father.
IpOt
VJGUST BROS tLYt
l^ la thefltlsr.'
1
9J
RE-ELECT
YOUR FRIEND. COUNCILMAN
HAROLD
SHAP
Former Mayor of Miami Beach
Now, South Shore Chairman,
CJ.A. and Emergency Fund
Former Miami Beach Chair-
man, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
Past Pres., Miami Beach Zion-
ist District; Now, Director
Former Chairman, Greater
Miami Jewish Nat'l. Fund
Past Cmdr. Miami Beach
Pest Jewish War Veterans
Naval Officer, World War II
e Former Dinner Chrm., Hebrew
Academy of Miami Beach
e Speakers Bureau, Red Cross,
Israel Bonds. Community
Chest
Former Public Relations Chair-
man, National Council of
Christians and Jews and of
Zionist Council
NOW IS THE TIME FOR
HAROLD
SHAPIRO
TUESDAY. MAY 28th
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Sp3 Robert Liebenthal. Company A, 501st Air-
borne Infantry Combat Group, who was re-
cently selected as Colonel's Orderly, is con-
gratulated by Rabbi David M. Eichhorn, direc-
tor of field operations of National Jewish Wel-
fare Board's Commission on Jewish Chaplain-
cy. Liebenthal, who is stationed at Ft. Camp-
bell. Ky.. is son of Mrs. Rose Liebenthal, 1110
Wallace St., Coral Gables. Looking on are
(left to right) Chaplain H. D. Dryspiel, post Jew-
ish Chaplain, and Col. HarTy W. O. Kinnard,
Group Commander. Rabbi Eichhorn visited
post on a field trip for JWB, government-author-
ized agency for religious, morale and welfare
services to Jewish men in U.S. Armed Forces.
JWB's year-round, world-wide program for Jew-
ish GIs is supported by Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
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Few Openings Left At GMJCC C
Only a few openings now remain
in the entire day camp operation
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, which operates for
an eiht-week period beginning
June 17. Mrs. Ray Benin, county
day camp chairman announced
Wednesday.
According fo Mrs. Bcrrin, regis-
tration has exceeded all previous
experience. With four day camps
set up to serve different locations
in Pade county, two camps were
completely enrolled after the first
week of registration in April, and
a third is almost completed at this
time.
Several openings still remain at
the Town Branch and Flacjler-
Granade Day Camps, which are
conducted at 450 SW 16th ave.
The combined capacity of these
four day camps is close to 500 boys
and*'rI\whomayMrolj
?n or both ofuLT""11
!* ^abii* (5
camps are iocaJ JJL
Beach Branch. 2j*>l
13630 W. Dixie hy
These ramps win
weeks ending Friday f*
1 f'Pi i
Jewish Family Service Marks Family
Week at Annual Meeting on Campus
Celebrating National Family
Week. Jewish Family Service loeal
Red Feather agency, held its an-
nual meeting May 9. at the Student
Union of the University of Miami.
Reelected to a second term as
president was Alvin ("assel. Miami
Beach attorney of the firm of Broad
and Cassel.
He revealed a number of expand-
ed and new programs at the Thurs-
day meeting, which are on the draw-
ing board of the agency for further ,
development. These proposals, de-1
scribed as essential to the proper
development of social welfare ac- j
tivities in the Dade county area. I
covered every phase of direct indi-
vidual service.
Announcing the establishment of I
a department of services for the
aging. Cassel predicted that by the
end of 1957 "it would be clear that
a number of specific MrviCM will
be recommended for community
support, particularly homemaker
service to help physically limited
aged in the management of their
Owl homes, private residential care
for some older people who should
have the opportunity of living with
families; help in MnOQAl planning
and the maintainance of firm fam-
ily relations, including aged per-
sons residing in cons ale-cent homes
and in hotels; and some special
forms of financial aid to enable old-
er people to live more secure I > in
the community, instead of needing
to apply for institutional care "
Such programs are being con-
ducted by some family service
agencies in other cities, Cassel
declared, adding that "it has been
demonstrated that such suppor-
tive services improve the physi-
cal and social condition of older
people and arrest tendency to-
ward senility."
In the field of child care, the
Jewish Family Sen-ice annual re-
port revealed an accelerating use
of the new services created in 1955.
munity." which was co-6ponsored
by JFS and a number of other wel-
fare organizations. They included
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, of the
University of Miami; C. Clay Ald-
ridge. director of the Joe and Emily
Lowe Art Gallery; and Charles Ja-
cobson, local artist, who is also di-
rector of publicity for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Also recognized was Ann Petluck.
director of United States Opera-
tions of United Hias, international
Beth David Departments
Reveal Registration Dales
Beth David daily nursery and kin-
dergarten department. 2625 SW 3rd
ave. will accept registration for the
new school year, beginning in Sep-
tember, from now through June.
The nursery will be composed of
children three years old. Pre-kin-
dergarten will be one to four-year-
olds.
Daily kindergarten will consist
of five-year-olds, who will be en-
tering the first grade of public
school in the fall of 1958.
A reading readiness program will
be followed in the kindergarten.
Transportation to and from the
school will be provided at a nom-
inal cost.
Eightv children and unwed mothers organization in the immigration
made use of JFS help in the first |f|e,d. with which JFS is a coopera-
FREE TO
OUR READERS!
24-YEAR CALENDAR
OF HEBREW DATES!
(Calendar helps you find
A'ahrzeit dates at a glance.
from 1SS4 to 1958 every
Hebrew date and English equiv-
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for a fr*e copy of tJie Calendar, jolt
mta a letter ur putt-card to:
H. J. HIINZ CO., Dept. J2
k Pittsburgh 30, Pa.
full year of operation in 1956. "Re-
ceiving emphasis at this time." said
Cassel. "is the whole question of
the care of the disturbed child who
needs placement away from home. :
When JFS became aware that there ;
were such children in the commun-1
ity and that facilities were lack-,
ing. it reported its findings to the
community planning organizations.'
(Unsequently. a special committee
of the Welfare Planning Council
is now studying this subject and
has uncovered a serious community
unmet need
He also stressed the view that
it was essential that community
social welfare agencies distribute
their programs directly through-
out the area, suggesting "that a
branch office of JFS in Miami
Beach is necessary if the Beach
population is to be really con-
vinced that Community Chest
services r available to that
community."
Also reelected as officers were
Dr. Melvin L. Becker and Mrs. Na-
thaniel Levin, vice president; Mrs.
; Leonard Beldner. secretary; Harold
jTannen. treasurer; and Mrs. Leo
! Ackerman. honorary president.
Newly elected to board member-
ship were Rabbi Yaakov Itngwilmg
Beth David Synagogue; Mrs. Ray-
mond Feiner ;ind MJn Sam Wins,
who have been active in the Metro
politan Division of the Community
Chest campaign; F.rwin H.rn
the firm Harris and Whitebrook.
who is expected to g, rship
in the public relation! program of
JSS: Rober) Kohn ..f the firm of
l-iddle and Kohn. phot"
who : ributed help m ..
oping displays for Jl
lions; Or Meyer EggnttX,
ortJi cheinberg.
I neurologist, who
school; Arnold Rabin, busine-
er-utive; and Mrs. Bernard
who has alr-ady served on the child
care committee of the agency
Attending the annual meeting
were 130 people, including repre-'
sentatives of many of the commun- '
ity's social welfare agencies. Among
guests were panelists opening the
art exhibit. "Art Serves the Com-,
ting organization. Described as the
"Volunteer of the Year" was Mrs.
Alex Hirsch. particularly commend-
ed by the professional staff of JFS
for her assistance in the agency's
work with Hungarian escapees com-
ing to Miami at the end of 1956 and
early in 1957.
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
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ONTO (JTA)A plea for the
kjon of women as rabbis and
Lr wider participation in the
Lhio of Jewish religious af-
Efrnade here at the 44th
j biennial convention of the
[of American Hebrew Con-
Ln, as it went into its final
ftftdl-week of deliberations.
Mi;
Vincii
urn
ow
ID WOMMS
[new Community Hospital
i Dade received a boost
^ers at a pre-campaign
(Wednesday at the Gold- \
ite hotel Board mem-
J the new project include
[Abrams. William Bchen-
1 Milton Berg. Miriam Ger-
I Bernard Koloff "No
Hes here, but many hard
s." they say, who are de-
I to start off with a 100-
spital, with basic facili-
ied to accommodate 250
beds in the not distant
Auel Goldstrich has step-
swn as lieutenant gover-
Optimist Clubs in Zone
ch comprises the Greater
[area He's being tfuc-
by Nelse Wagener. of
. Jerry Lelchuk has
[done it He's success-
Isigned as town manager
[Harbor Islands ... Town
pts and friends tried to
He'd spent ten years
t... Lelchuk. of 10055
sdview dr., was feted at
koral hotel function in his
[last week, with friends
Officials bidding him
(" He quit to enter
Hate business and is cur-
tesident of North Shore
Club .
MIS FRONT
(a Lambda Chi has init-
les Albert as honorary
. The building con-
^n fraternity at the Uni-
of Florida named the
in last week Albert
president of the Home
frs Assn. of South Florida
londav was installation
Dr. Frederick Berqman.
ni Bench, as president of
Sde County Optometric
.. Installation took place
ii Springs Villas.
te Attorney Fights Rack-
' Frauds" was the topic
bard Geratpfn's address
l*e Be'ter Business Bur-
|Miami Beach nt it* *emi-
lunchpon at the Delano
1st week .
Nw* on North Snore
frank Nrmk'n. president
phoe rhain bearina his
|ho bAn tlct*H chair-
'he Surf-side PlTtuiina
ni"" Board ... Frank's I
fe Minminn. has been a-
1 resiHo^t e;x vear8 and
member five years .
' Beach Turvor Cbcrmber I
1or- hrte nJortoM inMT-
^' Marsh o-U L Wol-
(i^ideni FVecutive
'Ment is Ted Cohen .
'"icers are Norman K.
ev,rnal vice ore^i-
Jl> Schwed1. internal
^"ident; Phil Taylor.
**d vine president:
B. Gusky. secretary;
Jane Evans, executive director
of the National Federal ion of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods, an affiliate of the
UAHC, told more than 1.000 wom-
en delegates that "women are uni.
query suited by temperament, in-
stitution and spiritual sensitivity to
be rabbis. If women can srve as
teacher, they can serve as preach
ers, too," she declared.
"Not a few women in Biblical
timos rose to the greatest heights
of spiritual leadership, and their
examples stand to this very day
as inspiration not merely to their
own mx but to all unmanity."
Endorsement of the stand taken
by Miss Evans was Riven, later in
the day by Rabbi Barnctt Brickner,
of Cleveland, past president ot the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, which represents the He
form rabbinate. Rabbi Brickner ex-
pressed the belief that "many wom-
en would be attracted to a career
in the rabbinate" and stated that
"the Reform movement, which was
the first to pioneer the equality of
women in the synagogue, must take
the next necessary steps to make
this complete."

Children of North Shore Jewish Center Nursery
School portray symbols of Passover during
recent model Seder. Left to right (bottom row)
they are Arlene Eisenberg, David Abramowitz,
Bruce Kotler, Robert Goldberg, Danny Schul-
man, Glen Neisen, Andy Jonas. Second row
are Henry Bloch, Jonathan Nelson, Allen
Gewanter, David Levin, Theodore Teimer.
Third row are Marc Gordon, Ellen Lang, Cor-
inne Feinstein, Cathy Leider, Jonathan Gold-
berg, Martin Schlosberg. Top are Mrs. Hope
Herman, teacher, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
Jerome B. Gordon, executive and educational
director, Mrs. Jerome Schulman, teacher.
UM Teacher Named President of Florida Art Group
University of Miami art instruc-
tor Eugene Massin was elected
president of the Florida chapter
of Artists Equity at a recent state-
wide meeting in Sarasota.
A national organization, Artists
Equity was founded to aid under-
standing of art and artists. It is
not an exhibiting group and is open
only to professionals.
"We are planning a statewide
campaign for members," Massin
ssid. "Right now there are about
WTFlorida artists who belong to
Equity One of the first things we
plan is to establish a local chapter."
To become a member of Equity,
an artist must have a reputable
dealer, must be occupied in a pro-
Miami School Has
Closing Exercises
Sunday school of the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation held
closing exercises Sunday at 11 a.m.
Among highlights of the pro-
gram was the presentation of
awards to the students who have
excelled in scholarship and per-
fect attendance. Presentation of
Jewish National Fund Certifi-
cates was also a highlight of the
program.
According to Jerome Schulman.
principal of the school, those re-
ceiving awards were:
Alison Manell, Breda Haber.
Barry Bernstein, Robert Klein,
Jerry Glickman, Helene Rutansky,
Wayne Morris. Mona Sue Stone.
Larry Fiskin. Robert Mandell, Mona
Sue Stone, Richard Sherman, Diane
Blitt, Alan Frishman, Howard Kap-
lan, Marelene Cynamon and Mar-
sha Pierce.
fessional relationship to art and i exhibit in the 1955 Whitney Mu-
must have exhibited in a national seum of American Art annual corn-
show. | petition. Such an invitation is one
Massin is well-known Dom locally f the highest honors that can be
and nationally, having been named
one of the nation's outstanding new
talents in 1955. He was invited to
accorded a young Americar artist.
Currently, a group of Massin
paintings are on view at the Ring-
ling Museum of Art, Sarasota, as
part of the "Four Florida Painters"
exhibition.
Massin graduated from the Art
Institute of Chicago and holds a
Master of Fine Arts degree from
the University of Chicago. .
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Marvin Pehr, treasurer, and Ken
Laurence, state director .
imru SAYING .
Th< grapevine has it that two
Miami Beach grid heroes may
play college football in the Ivy
League Rumor lists them as
Jerry Sheldon, guard, who is
going to Dartmouth, and lull-
back Joe Serbin. headed for
Harvard ... ,
Incidentally, another Beach
star. Shale Krepak. may be go-
ing to Ohio _____


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Frid
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UM Med Students Detail Aged Home
Facilities in Jackson Psychiatry Session
Eight students from th
sity of Miami school of. me licin
left their Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital elassrooma c me ten
. \ i-rt to the Jewish Boom for
the Aged. Purpose i f trtail for the
:0111th year students was to help
them become acquainted with com-
munity resources u part of their
hiatric training program.
Actually. the ifterSMOn (rip to
Douglas Garden* INM in the nature
of a return visit. A previous
of students in a sm.il.ir training
ram also thought their trek to
the Home a worthwhile and con-
structive experience, where gen-
uine recognition ot the aged indJ
Vidual's needs could be observed
;it close-hand.
In charge of the UM-Jackson pre
gram are Dr. Brace Alspach, clin-
ical assistant profess r si psychi-
atry; Dr. Hurra) Heiken, clinical
. ssi stanl r ol psychi
and Miss Frances IfeGrath, asae
ciate professor of psychiatrii
cial work Ihej are all I'M faculty
members
Mi- IfcGreth explained Wednes-
day that the visit to -the Jewish
Specifically, students at the
Horn* can learn precisely what
local society is doing to meet the
specialiied needs for its aged.
According to Dr. Heiken, as a
gicup, it is recoaniied that Jew-
ish aged homes all over the coun-
try are considered to be the best.
"They are usually better admin-
istered, more psychologically
sound and more progressive than
others." "In Miami," Dr. Heiken
declared, "the Jewish Home for
the Aged is considered not only
the best in our community, but
one of ths leaders nationwide."
i in- i- parth iting
observation In light >>i Di n il
estimate thai bj I
ol re-id. nl "They are not herd-
(il h! is how one luture
medic put It, "but there are often
: than the maximum number
ol persons in each c
Ft ::i the psychiatric point of
especially emph.i-i.id in the
students' tour were an thesis, ad
dealing with the aged. "Hu. mast
be neither authoritarian nor con
Im Alspach said.
iu citizens need indc pendence;
dependent "
Fourth 'ear student ArlheML
Gilbert-incidentally born in Jack-
son Memorial Hospitalfait that
bis visit 'was of value to BM U
luture physician beeauae it gave
.me idea of what the older age
Miss Frances McGrath, apsociate professor r,t
social work, end Dr. Maurice H. Greenhill^ director Ji
trie fajtifute. rncrp step-by-etep student visit to rioa*1^
ter need to under
aged than exists today.
ol the population will be ovei P >'" '" lu"k toward to in
years ol age and with an even living facilities, recreation, and the
the methods b) which they can be act-
ive and useful eJthwni of the com-
munity I was Interested in seeing
in- Alspach explained his view (ll(. pbM from th(, physical point
*'< (la.dens and their insld< ,,:,,._ ,,, larnl|v income.
lions on its advance! programs for 1)l(,M, ,,, .,,, ,.(ki.n e9H ai and
the aged by declaring thai "the v- Jhp cnIljnanv of others in a
excellence of the Home is partly smuj.ir ioc| of|ifc Th are
due to the spirit inculcated among n<)( ,jormant
residents the feeling of belonging
. and of personal worth Not to
Home for the A^ed 'is iuiu amenta ..._ ____i.i;__i u,
. .. Iia\e these are p-vchologica] haz
to all learning experiences to
make good doctors We believe that >rds faced by many elder and lees
to he a good doctor, the student fortunate citizens."
must have knowledge and ander Nt,.v,rthv l)f commpnt 1>v stu.'
-.ding of hiv patients problems '
as they are related to disease, per ,k'nK ^hemaelvea, that the
sonality and membership in so- Home's physical facilities are de-
signed to enhance the general spirit
Residents of Jewish Home for Aged Harry Krampner, 84. and
Minnie Jatfee, 70. show ceramic and other arts and crafts items
made by senior citizens at Douglas Gardens community to
fourth-year University of Miami medical students Arthur Gil-
b1. John Elkir.s and Joan Harris. Visit to Home was part of
newly-developed program of medical school and Psychiatric
Institute to orient students and residents in geriatrics and
geron'ology.
Elect
JUDGE
KENNETH
OKA
TO MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL
-+c The first Jewish judge elected in Dado County
* Served 12 years as Justice ol Prace -*: Past
Chairman Beard of Directors Temple Beth She-
lorn -* Past Chairman of the Board of Directors
Z.O.A. -* Former Chairman of the Jewish Music
Council -fc Member ef B'noi B'rith, Jewish No-
tional Fund, Z O.A., American Jewish Conoress,
Past Exalted Ruler of EIks, and many other fra-
ternal and charitable organizations.
PULL
LEVER
5A
1 POl A.lv.
Commenting on the valua of
the Home's programs. Dr. Heiken
told the students that unplanned
retirement can be "very positive,
or very harmful. Unfortunately,
many people retire from work,
but do not retire to anything else.
One must plan fr retirement
long before the actual day ar-
rives."
In addition to Gilbert, students
.lack S Kff. John T F.lkins. Jr..
Charles T. Kllis. Jr. Thomas Ed-
ward Plipee, Joan Osheroff Harris. ;
Harold B Rehni and John Hayes
Holly. Jr.. were along on the visit.
Proiessor and chief of the Depart-
ment of Psychiatry at the UM
school of medicine Dr. Maurice H. '
(ireenhill is director of the Psychi-
atric Institute at Jackson Memorial :
Hospital. The fourth year medical
student psychiatric training pro-
gram is under his over all direction
Maurice Pearlstein. Jewish Home
of the Aged executive director, said :
following the visit that "our dis-
tinguished UM medical school Psy
chiatnc Institute and Jackson Mc-!
morial Hospital are beginning to
revolutionize their teaching pro-
grams for StUdeptS, interns and res-
idents by bringing them into inti
mate contact with social and eco- \
nomic [acton which play a vital'
n>lc in the health and welfare of
human bainga
"This program it beginning
with visits to the Jewish Home
for the Aged. The selection of
the Home as the first institution
to be visited is evidence of the
leading role it is commencing to
play in breaking new paths to-
ward rehabilitation of senior cit-
izens, as well as in the mainten-
ance of their physical and mental
health."
lers of the Home's medical
stall who have played a major role
in the development of this program
of rehabilitation are l>r Samuel
Geitman, medical director. Dr. Ed
ward W St Mary. ,iall physician;
I)r. Morton Notarius, psychiatrist;
and Dr. blgene BJ e. ortho-
pedist.
Dr. Samuel Gertner, Home medical director, and
Pearlstein, executive director, discuss itinerary ol loel
fourth-year medical studenta at University of MiaaL
'Senior Farewell Ceremony' Held
For Beach Branch GMJCC
A "Senior Farewell Ceremony
and Award Night" was held by
the Reach Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Sunday night at the Algiers hotel.
The program honored members
from among the 15 teen-age clubs
at the branch, who arc graduating
from high school, and also included
the awarding of community ser-
vice and athletic trophies to the
winning clubs.
Guest speaker was John Serbin.
chairman of the 1957 CJA cam-
paign, and a parent of one of the
graduating teenagers.
Invitations wont out to ever
Friendship and /Marriage
Singles Limited, with a member-
ship of men and women 25 to 40
years of age, will meet Sunday eve
ning on the roof of the Alcazar ho
tel Ike Cahill. of the Dale Car-
negie Institute, will be guest
speaker in a talk on "How to Make
Friendship Lead to Marriage."
300 teen-age member! jf |
clubs and to their parenhbl
tend this even, whkh ia|
first of its type to bt i
ed by the Center. G stein, of Sigma Lir-Mi I
and Harvey Brickmen, if j
stone, were chosen m
men for the occasion.
Each club with
bers selected a
speaker to represent thi
subject. What My Cubi
Center Has Meant toll*"
Brkkman represented the j
I of Spartans, was selected J
| sent the incoming leajenta)|
Greetings were also
to the assemblage by Unl
Sirkin. GMJCC pr,-iden!.a|
Epstein, chairman of tar
! Branch Planning CounciL
torian pcakers were i
[Broad. I.inua Abets.
! jan, Diane Tischier. Martjrl
1 Barbara Newman. Bolajj
Cejol Levensoo, Bam
and Stanley Fischroat.
KEEP
A CAPABLE
MAN IN
OFFICE
'Jf
i
TH M'AMI BEACH
DEMOCRATIC CLUB
HAROLD
SHAPIRO

YOUR COUNCILWA


'otes prom the FKcthbu
\t following is another ir. a series of articles prepared by spiritual
tier* here for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner'- cooper-
inon unth the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
Mefson. of Tifereth Israel Northj.de Center, is coordinator of this
n. program.
Meaning of Sinai:
Yesterday and Forever
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jy RABBI TIBOR STERN
(th Jacob Congregation
recent months, Sinai has
i world headlines by the suc-
hl invasion of the Israeli
t it was the second instance
Ve have conquered Sinai and
jjjfhed an oasis in that des-
jSinai h both a desert and a
(tain. The desert remains an
lasting sign of spiritual dfcso-
t, of religious revolt and of
ss senseless wandering. The
tation of the desert "dor
fc'bor" b a lost generation.
pai. the desert, is against Is-
i against Moses, against the
against unity. Sinai, the
h is full of national calami-
MltllGHTING TIME
23 Iyar 6:46 p.m.
hbbatn <^<
ties, of Korachs. of spies, of God-
cursing, of Sabbath violations of
idolatry and of immorality. Sinai,
the desert, is a very embarrassing
chapter of our history.
Sinai, the mountain, the place
of the Revelation, the mountain
of God. the hill of glory, the can-
opy of the spiritual wedlock.
Sinai the mountain, stands high
and firm with pride and clorv.
She gave the Torah to the world.
She proclaimed the Ten Com-
mandments. She elevator! man to
a Kingdom of Priests. She united
the world into peace. She taught
ethics, morals and a philosophy of
life based upon justice and mercy.
The generation of that Sinai is
the "dor deah." the generation of
wisdom, the generation of etern-
ity.
Sinai and the Jew are insop
arable; Sinai is a part of us and
we are a part of her; Sinai is our
faith; Sinai is our past and our
future; without it we are nothing;
with it we are everything. Our
basic doctrines are "Halacha
Sinai, his life empty and barren,
desolate and void.
Israel has made an attempt to
return to Sinai, to conquer it
again as in days of old. Destiny
has made Israel withdraw, per-
haps because she intended to re-
turn to the wrong Sinai.
Let us not return to the desert
of Sinai, to the irresponsible way
of throwing off the duties of tra-
ditions. Let us stop making a
desert out of the vineyard of Is-
rael. Let us make a halt to the
uprooting of our fruitful planta-
tions and solid foundations under
the pretense of modernism and
under the disguise of so-called
American Judaism. They are
preaching Sinai. But beware of
the fine print. Is it Mount Sinai,
"Torah min Hashomayim," Divine
Torah? Or maybe it is "Midbor
Sinai," the desert of Sinai that
they are teaching which brings a
spiritual desolation into our folds.
Let us return to Sinai, to "har
Sinai," the Mount of Sinai, where
the Law was given through the
Revelation of the Almighty. As-
cend to the High Mountain of
God, and let the world see us in
our glorious attire of justice and
of mercy. Let us rehearse with
our practical adherence to our
traditions the coming of the day
when the prophecy will come
through "and the mountain of
God will be exalted high above all
mountains." Let us all be there
on the top of Mount Sinai, as it
is written: "b'mshoch Hayovel
hemah yaal bohor." When the
trumpet of freedom shall ring we
shall ascend' the mountain. We
must learn how to climb if we
want to reach the top.
*AcMi TIBOR STEIN
. Inseparable team
L'Moshe M'Sinai"the Law given
to Moses at Sinai. Sinai and Di-
vinity are synonymous.
The observant Jew, the tradi-
tional Jew, the Jew who still sees
the voice of God saying, "I am
Thy Lord. Thy God ... Do not
take God's name in vain; keep the
Sabbath holy; honor thy father
and mother;" the Jew who ad-
heres to the Laws of Sinai, be-
comes a Sinai, a Mount Sinai. He
becomes elevated, his life magni
fied and glorified. The Jew with-
out the Torah. without mitzvoth,
without the traditional faith, is
also a Sinai, but he remains a
"midbor Sinai," the desert of
ervices in
\^lrcatcr
lami
ilDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I" ; Ha "inlay a.m
' n I'h.iriu-ter."

IHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

\H DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
vative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
[Cantor William W. Llpton.
I rmon: "Holtnoaa
I'n i!" Saturday m,
I a Of Mr. Hint
I M irh p m Baj
T on of Mi and Mrs

I EL 500 SW 17th avt. Or-
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-

MoutiMm an I III.-
t .i J I.:., ling."
[H EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
enservalive. Rabbi David W.
I i Bai
" win of Mr. mm.i Mm

\ ISRAEL. 4000 Prairit ave.
* Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
Baturdax s:so a.m.
Portion/1

I JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
[Cantor Maurlca Mamchas.
'N ,
Saturday 11:30 a.m.
, \i'i, ''"-Wuallly or Qinui
' Martta. son of M,
1 I'l.ltXIT.

RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ihodox. Rabbi Aria Becker,
ifdaj X:M.m s.-i-
;" Immortality."
1 TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Rabbi Josaph E. Rackov-
JL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Bniamin Bitch. Conserve-
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andraws ava.. Ft. Lauder-
Jala. Re'orm. Rabbi Maries Ran-
son.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Cross.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative,
i rlfla) I i". p m JWV Poal III will
ni .i n Ami > hi flag i" < V
Wlllai Bi nd< nal -
immittpeman ol nil
Region JWV Topi. : "J-w|sh War
\

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
th St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gartx officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
?
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

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

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tar. Conservative. Rebbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
Kii.li>> I 10 p in Saturday 8:13 ">
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
a>e. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
fiald. Cantor Abraham Seif.
Frlrtnv l:lt p.m. Baturdaj I '" <"
Sermon. "Weakl) Portion "

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12tvi ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Btrele Kelemer.
>lda< l > <* -
mon: "I* I-lfi- I" v
Prida] I '
u!l*,GHTS JEWISH cen
'*0 NW 196th st. Con-
rt,
'LER GRANADA. 50 NW
c<>nrvativo. Rabbi Lao
i i
. < -Mr. ami Mr*.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ava. Conservative. SlMial|,
Rabbi Isaac Larar. Cantor Manny
Mandal.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
l-viihiy s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Trene-
mlttlog .i Heritage." (" on of
newly elected i'T.\ officers and board
member*. Testimonial for Mllum u.
Mannhi Imer, past presldi nt Saturday
> i". .i iii Bai Mltavah: R.....it. son ol
Mi. and Mrs Matthew Payton. Mlnoha
Bar Mltavah: i of Mr. and
Mr- Barn OUbaii
*
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Friday B:15 p.m. at inn, I Ho
l inn Mill, : dr Si i mon erlng
in Laboi L'nlonn and in Buslnes-the
Probli in of Blgneii i Bar MltsvaJi:
M and Mrs. Martin K.
i Ti mole youth Bpi Im

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
i Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
1.1-1.;i\ 8 i"i p.m. Sermon: "Thi
mon Thai C"ould N il B. l>j lv red on
,i. i:,i ,. Saturda) I0:4o a.m Bar
h: Kn.nUiin. son of Mr. and Mra.
juMph Kletn; Harold, son ol Mr. and
lack Turk. # ^
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Prida] :m I I"" A'l'itial .l\\\
BaJbbath Sermon 'Our Pksca n the
Sermon Weekly Portion -' MIU
v.,i, Allen, son of Mr. and Mi*_AlM-
ander sti kin: An Irew, son of Dr. ..n.i
M,> Kelson Zlvlts.
temple Israel. 137 ne 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
(VMil I K p.oi Sennon: "A .OuW
f,,r Reform Jewi Book !< vlea
Inv ii a.m. Bai Mltavah: DavM.
"o, of Mi snd Hw ''""', '"''""
hood.
TEMPLE'jUDEA, 3*20 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rsbbi Morris Skop.
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
I'd.is J:U p.m. ('ongrPK.itioniil
ng f(.iin i rvlce Topic: Build-
ing program and Hoard of Trust.-.s'
problama.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. P.abbi Alfred
Waxman.
P"rMa> '.. to an i v:M p.m. bet
"Morals in Judatam Saturday ; a.m.
Sermon: "Weekl) Portion,"

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Need for
Spiritual Awakening." Oneg fa3wbbal
In honor of thrae-gfiii ration liirthd.iy:
Nathan Weiss, iii^ daughter Charlotte
Ti opp, ami her eon, Joi it da)
9 a.m. Sermon: "Lessons from the
Wilderness."
e e
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassal.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Closing rxt-rrisep of
Adult Education Claaa, women's divi-
sion. Presentation of certificates by
Dr, Pranklln William-. University of
Miami, ami Benjamin Meyers. Co-
chairmen of class: Mrs. Bam Altman,
Mis. David Klvel. Baturdaj l:0 a.m.
Qolden Hour Sabbath, honoring relig-
ion.-- M 1.....1 plipils. _________________
Spinoza Forum Schedules
Two Lectures Saturday f ve
Third lecture in a series on "The
Art of Living" will be given by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, author of "The
Road to Health and Happier Lav-
ing" and "Live a 100 Years Hap-*
pily," Saturday evening at the Spin-
oza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and
Ocean ct.
Dr. Jacques Frasco, Miami psy-
chologist, will speak on "The Hu-
man Brain and How It Functions."
S&7-
:\3GUST BROS R>/
*J
Becker Unveiling
Tin drdicdtiim of a monument
to the memory of the late
MRS. BECKIE BECKER
umII take place
Sunday, May 26th, at 1 p.m.
at Mt. Hebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Simon April and Cantor
Bcrele Kelemer officiating.
Mrs. Becker is sunurd b\> tu'O
sons. Edward L. and S. Irunn
BfC^er. both of Miami; a daugh-
ter. Mrs. Murrav Sparaga, also of
this area; and a sister. Mrs. David
Goldman, of New Torlj, in addi-
tion to five grandchildren.
D.idc Monument Company i- in
charge of arrangement?. Friends
and relatives arc asked to attend.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone MO 1-8201
lv'..ki>
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. RabD'
Henry Okollce. Cantor Maurice
Nau.
i-iiii
IU alwre In
j, n isii Education
,:i Jews for
Tomoi..... Saturday B "" g*f
Mltavah: P laufbtai ol m,
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Ml Ml Y MIXIUJX
On Approaching the Apocrypha With a Positive Apl0
_ *- i-- #___ aL-t j:..:_. i____t___.1.. .
THE HIDDEN BOOKS. Selections from th Aproerypha
for tho General Reader. By Adolt Bildorsa*. Ill pp.
A Ram's Horn Book: Now York: AboUrd-Schuman.
$3.50.
WARIOUS MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT the Aprocrypha
" will be set at rest by this book by Dr. Adele Bilder
Fee. former Dean and diroetor of admissions at Brooklyn
College. One senses, somehow, that the traditional Jewish
leelmg; about the Arfocrypha has been distorted by the
MttTOX FHMEDMAX
traditional Christian feeling. Beginning with the fact that
'-apocrypha" comes from the Creek word for "spurious.'
there is bruited about in the air. or dropped casually into
a discussion, suppositions ranging all the way from "for-
bidchn" and "heretical" through secret" to fictitious."
Dr Bildersee explains in her introduction that the year
100 saw a Rabbinical Council "concerned with the question
of which books should constitute the collection now called
the Hebrew Bible According to many scholars, the
rabbis made their decision on the basis of the belief that
'The New Religion' Signs of Our Times
Washington
THE "LAND OF EGYPT" is no longer described ..- I ho
BOOM Of Bondage" in a new public school version of
the Ten Commandments
Whether the phrase "Land of Egypt" was edited out
t.) avoid offending Kgypt's Nasser is unknown. But it is
clear that such developments are causing growinf concern
r religion In the public schools
Officials in Washington displayed interest in a com-
prehensive report on the issue made here at a recent con-
vention of the American Jewish Congress. The prllstl-
tion was made by Leo Pfeffer. director of the group's
( ommission on l-aw and Sexual Action Pfeffer is a I
BtitUtionaJ lawyer recognised nationally as aii authority on
church-state relationships.
In Peffer'l opinion there is emerging in American
public schools an "artificial' religion"a strange, new,
hybrid creed." School systems have responded to pres-
sure to provide religiOUi education and observance. To
d favoring one faith over another, a sort of compro-
mise religion baa evolved. It vaguely resemblei the lows I
n on denominator of the three major faiths. But it is
tally different from them all.
Pfeffer terms the new faith "the public school relig-
ion He feels that it leaves children hopelessly confused
and conflicts with authentic religion instruction at home
ligtOUl schools Moreover, it i- in violation of the
American tradition separating religion from public educa-
tion
The Bill of Righti requires that Congress 'make r.o law
HAUL CARSOX
respecting establishment of religion '* Thomas Jefferson
called for "a wall of separation between church and state."
The founding fathers knew that whenever church and state
were flnited there resulted prejudice, conflict and dissen-
sion Thej wished to avoid enforced conformity. They
wanted to keep the government out of the nation's diverse
ious paths and varying concepts
A few years ago representatives of the Protestant,
Catholic, and Jewish faiths met over a period of many
Booths. They attempted to arrive at a common set of re-
ligious principles for introduction into the public schools.
The first step obviously was to decide on a common mean-
ing. The venture was given up.
Therelore. the public school deity remained unde-
fined and undefineahle. There resulted the vague, hybrid
cult that now causes alarm to such observers as Pfeffer.
In New Hyde Park on Long Island, the board of edu-
cation voted to place its own so-called "non-denomina-
tional" Ten Commandments on classroom walls. These
reesmbtsd but were different from the Ten Command-
ment of all three major faiths. In all three versions of the
Bible at the opening of the Ten Commandments appear the
word* "I am the Lord. Thy God. Who brought thee forth
out of the Land of Egypt, the House of Bondage "
The authorities at New Hyde Park changed the tradi-
tional Scriptures. They edited out the words "The Land
of Egypt "
"Whether they did this because of the current policy
of oar State Department is not to cause President Nasser of
Egypt any annoyance." Pfeffer could not say.
They're Determined to Test Canal Rights
United Nations
AN OLD SORE is about to be uncovered again. As the
^ big Western Bowers particularly Britain and France.
IM more and more disillusioned with the manner in
whuh Egypt's Nasser bee been allowed to hold on to the
I Canal on his own terms, pressures are likely to be
ted again in an effort to get BOOM decent concessions
renting the (anal from the Cairo government Addi-
tionally, Israel is determined to test its righti for pas
BgMttgT G. EM'FT
A Biblical Western(!)
Holly*
LJARRY HORNER. !, Imv,
production ol Darius Milhaud'i o| David" at
the Hollywood Bowl, current!) prepsrej for the screen.
,ie Town.' Western on a Biblical theme, to b.
leased through United Artists. An A win-
ning art director. Homer baa been a writer | chi-
tect, university professor and opera designer He i- one
I number ol Kuropean artists who came to thi- country
during the height of Nazi oppression, thereby enriching
the cultural life of America.
Homer's life story, told to me during a recent inter-
view, is as fascinating as a movie script Born in Czecho-
slovakia in 1910. he was just one day old when his family
moved to Austria. At the age of four, young Harry had
been to Trieste and Constantinople. The outbreak of World
War 1 found his family in Budapest. Homer grew up in
\ icnra where he studied architecture. At the age of 19 he
enrtlled in Max Reinhardt's Theatrical Seminary Later
he participated as an actor in the Salzburg Festival Season.
When Oskar Strand. Reinhardt's set designer, died during
the planning of "The Eternal Road." Homer was chosen
to develop his sketches.
As assistant to the master showman, he came to New
York1 in October 1935 to help prepare the Franz Werfel
P'sgessg which so eloquently mirrored the plight of World
Jewry throughout the ages. For the frame of "The Eternal
Road," producer Meyer Weisgal had selected the old Man-
hattan Opera House, but the stage had to be re-constructed
before Reinhardt was willing to give his approval. When
$500,000 was spent without even one rehearsal day in the
theatre, the company went broke.
Reinhardt returned to Vienna, and the young man
found himself penniless on the streets of New York. Hr
ner says he accepted odd jobs, peddling cartoons and de-
signing table cloth patterns. In February of 193 he found
an assignment as a costume designer at the Cleveland Fair
During the Fall season, he went once more back to Austria
to resume his contract at the Salzburg Festival.
through the Canal. When these matters are brought home
to Nasser, he wil have his answer ready. He will express
or hint willingness to discuss the Suez issue againif
farm 1 gives him a quid pro quo.
The exchange he will demand will be solution of the
problem ol the Arab refugees. That's the sore spot. Israel
is willing, and always has been willing, to discuss the re-
fugee problem. But Nasser has his own ideas on how he
wants that problem settled. A fresh look at the Nasser
policy on the refugees, and the policies of some of the
other Arab governments, has just come to view. It is in
the form of a report entitled The Refugee Problem in the
Middle East," just published here by the International Re-
\ lew Sen ice
Like other reports previously published by this organ-
izsttonwhich is not an official" CN organization, but a
rvice It walks a straight line, attempting to
,ak-' neither pro Arab nor pro-Israel. But so
with emotion k the object 'd the Arab refugees
'.f intentions, certain conclusions em.
delusions adding up to an indictment of the Arab
ularly Egypt and Syria.
Here and there, the report contains a statement that
would not obtain agreement from Israelis i one place,
1h thai the Arab refugees "regard Pales-
tine as their homeland, and refuse to accept snvthing other
than repatriation lution Throughout the report
there are statements about the attitude of the Arab gov
eramenta that contradict that assertion Is is not the
refugees as such who reject all solutions except repstris
NATHAN ZMPRMX
divine inspiration had ceased with v
books wh,ch they excluded have L^T **M
constitute the Apocrypha, and still !,Vst ,0 ;
Peudepigrapha-books which "ZS?^*
ten by persons who, it js ohv? ?*".
could not have been the sc.ua! IjgL** 3
Although the Jews made no attemn, .
Apocrypha, there are Indication^tfiXfc
hibited. these books were to be ressfwJsSl
tainly m>ny of the tales are MhS'^
The Apocryph called the Book of TobiM a ***
were found, in both Hebrew and \11"!**!
Sea discoveries of 1952-3. has all the l^1
and suspense which one enjovs ln ZT**
folklore. Both the Book of Judith and Tl ,"*
and the Elders were sufficient.! ltn*3
spear*. Chaucer and Wallace Stevens^?1
by allusion or as source materal.
The Wisdom Literature sneaks forth -
traditional Jewish values -'dl ncie haDP?ffl
death." "Say not thou. It is because of theln<
ned;' for He did not make thee do the tbrYla
hateth." On the other hand, some of thefij
" chl,dr?" wou, who loveth his son will cause him often to taa
. play with him. and ho will bring thee to eSl
not with him. lest thou have sorrow with hin
Dr Bildersee mentions jn her Preface thait.
b neither a work for a scholar nor by a scholar
pity that it is not. The net result of this teaJj
appetite can only be to send the reader
fuller, more authoritative, works on the
haps after all, this is result enough.
PAYED SCHWARTZ-
The Strong Mustai
A CCORDING TO THE Israeli daily "Maanv/n
** mustsches has sprung up at the Israeli pa
Elath. The paper says that the various degrees oft
indicated there by the type of mustache worn. Af
mustache must be at least three crntimeterv 11
foreman's must not be less than two centimeters,n
officer's mustache must be at least three centi
taper upwards at the end. Maanv" asserts that |
ers are thinking of organizing and demanding
to purchase vitamins to grow bigger and better n
Something like this generally happens in ill
communities. In the California of the Gold Rusi|
everybody wore beards. It was not because
sesreity of barbers. It was that the primitive i
stirred up the primitive in man Masculinity:
asserts itself under such condiir I
When the Israelis undertook the Sinai caraptifg
of the objectives was of course the development I
port of Elath. freeing it from the Egyptian btafc'
they could not have foreseen the outcropping of i
Incidentally, by the time you read this, the i
wrote the story of the Sinai campaign. Robert
author of the much bespoken 100 Hours to Sun"
in this country. (ED- NOTE He spoke in Musi!
Tuesday.) He is coming here to speak for brad T
It was a grest feat, one which will ring u
ages, that of conquering the Sinai in 100 hours. M
rique- himself accomplished a feat almost)
writing his book in hardly more than 100 boas.
Henriques Is an old military man himself bat|
describes one phsse of his life He has been ai
officer in the English army, an owner andediUM
papers, a prize winning novelist, a big gn*_
winner of prizes in intcrnation h i-' WW*.
e of the oldest Jewish families in ^M
autmr of a book on army signal!
thefinf'
Jew to be killed in the first World War.
About two years ago. h. nrl "^
Zionist, but Israel appealed to hi He told w
that he would like to come *M*
thing for Israel.
cs
of
Just before the out
campaign, he srrlved in Israel He had* ^.
of s war breaking out then, but he ar"?,
moment when his talents could find thm J
Thanks to him we have a record -t the n
Interesting Notes in a Writer's Memori
QISCLOSURE BY ZOA president Dr Em.nue. Neumann
Youth aJ I*,! w,St,nCt ac,,v,t"s '! to the overall
V.uth and Ahyah program of the Zionist Organization of
America ,s an encouraging ,nd practical step ,n the naht
Wrir 'S r"mpain *"* offiei., oppoMt.on
ceptions. of all violent and sociaUphe.va XL? 7 **
Pirtog in Hungary todav where X w J "l bln
Ploying the vlKo^oilTSwJLiiK r**,m* ls m-
ior diverting the people, tSV9S^^SS%
the verity of Dr. Teller's argument. Jj%e|
returns in some measure In his ne <*** ^
the Jews and the Middle F^t. J" *"
Yoseloff ... |
In one of Israel's most popular "'JJJ^
came across the curious stoo' b"ul n prue
pen Ls chained to Sing Sing Prison {
watched Ambassador Eban on telcvisionW" ^
his famed defense of Israels Sinai openm^ ^.
t nited Nations and he was so lM'pre" ietnrl
statesman that he could not resist ""*-,
Eban assuring him that he had never "^V^
Jewishness as now when "I have risen in
my ft-How-prisOners" imIvs*1
As s lover of sports snd the ';"r^L,r leal
trigued by the wisdom of the Israeli soc^ (
ing as its mascot in America none oinc
fable Marilyn Monroe.


,May.24.1957_
fc*4/.fX.^^f-lr
,e! in Statement on
Ike's Mideast Doctrine
ntinued from Pago 1 A
1^ |o (he maintenance of
ndepcndence.
he course of these conver-
ge Government of Israel
Le(| its adherence to the fol-
Iprinciples which, it is con-
[a| ort of the United States:
|atl reaffirm* that in the
jet of it* international rela-
fit is guided by the prin-
l and purpose of the charter
[united Nations to *trnth-
Lvcrsal oeaca, to develop
||y rslsfions among nation*.
Hie international disputes by
Iful men$, and to achieve
liational cooperation in the
Hit, social and humanrter-
eres.
(conformity with its obliga-
jinder the charter, it is op-
Ito aggression from any quar-
lin-t Ihe territorial integrity
flitical independence of any
It entertains no aggres-
Jtent against any other people
|ion ?n\ where, and is agreed
importance of preserving
|!itical independence and ter-
intcgrity of the countries
J Middle East.
(recognizes that every effort
[be made to achieve lasting
|buh in the Middle East and
hout the world and will co
with the United States and
Ifriendly governments to this
ecogni7os that for the pro-
ility, well-being and
lin ihe Middle East, it is vital
^mote economic development
Ited to the strengthening of
al independence.
"The Government of Israel ex-
presses its appreciation of the in-
terest shown and assistance ren-
dered over the many years in the
development of the State of Israel
by the Government and the people
of the United States."
LEGAL NOTICE
Page II-A
LBGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ens
Siv'J*S!'.,,JS. STU B-RITE JEWELRY CO
Professional nidg Intend i to n
said name with the Cler* .,f the cir-
cuit Court of Dad* Count) l'|. i.i i
:. nT-Mn,AN''";S dUMOW-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th- undersigned. deslrlM to nitage In
business under the fictitious name <>r
AAA DRIVEWAY hi P.O.B 1662, Mi-
ami Beach .1, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister ;-; I name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count) Florida
TRANSNATIONAL
DRIVEAWAY, INC
Mvsic and Arts
ife fo Sponsor Concert
ni Beach Music and Art Lea-
present a concert at Tem-
eth Sholom auditorium Sun
erring.
nett Breeskin, conductor of
liami Beach Civic Orchestra.
gue-t artist.
Florence Pick, honorary life
er of the League, will be ac-
UjL
ry Webb, vice president, is
events program chairman
rge.
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 40755
In Re: ESTATE Or
1RVINO A. AIM.El:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CredRora and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand! Again*! suid
l-.. i it.-
Toy, and ai h < rou art hi rebj
notified and required to present an)
ijaJma and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of IRVINi; A AD1 ER di
hue "t Dade County, Klorlda, t., the
Count) Judge- of Dade Count
rile the tm< In their offlci In the
"ount; Courthouse n> Dade County,
Hc.ii.i-. within eight calendar .......tha
from i hi- date of the fli il publli atlon
hereof, 01 l III be twi i d
ETHEL ADI BR, aa Exe< Hi Is of
e of lr\ Ins \ Add r, de
SHELDON N I.M'.i'lirK. Attorne)
:.' DuFoM Bids M
.-II
I'luinllff
IAMES .1. ROME,
_ Defendant
TO: .IAMES .1 ROKE
MSI Amsterdam Avi n la
N. Tors City, N v
notified thai a BUI of Complalnl fot
I ".... > been filed against you,
in.i you are required to nerve ;> com
' V" o Pleadlni to the Kin
>f omp aim on the plaintiffs At! I
i i KURT WBLLIfcCH. nu-11 Con-
Building, Miami, Florida, and rile
the original Answer oi Pleading In tha
ifHce nf the Clerk of the ClrruTl Court
in in beta the 11th day June, 1957
II you rail t.. do so, Judgment bj de-
fault win be taki ,,M for the
demanded In the Bill ol Com-
plalnl
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
la, thla 80th il.iy of May. A.I).,
B B. I.eatiiehman. Clerk of
tseaJJ the Circuit Court, Dadi
County, Florida
By: I.. HNBEDEN
KURT WELLIBCH "'"> ('''"<
1111-11 Congress Building, Miami, Kla.
AUorne) foi Plaintiff.
' 81-11, 6/7-11
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
th I,'''VS HKI:KI;V OrVBM that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
MKn,SL,u"*fl '" fictitious name of
ATLANTIC REFRIGERATION at 1538
i'. *-"'' s"'<-c'. Miami. Florida,
Intend to register said num.. win, the
tieik Of the Circuit Court of Dade
' ounty, llin-lda.-
-MAX ROSENBLATT
WILLLIAM HOLMES
KES8LER A- OARS
Atl S W Is) s,,,.,.,
5/J-10-17-J1.
! T?E~C0UNTV JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
in Iti ESTATE Of-
BENJAMIN KARP
I n i east i
\... J17. \
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
Ins Claims or Demands Against Bald
i;>i it.
You. .mil eai )i of >'otl are 1:. i.
notified anil required to preeenl an)
lalma and demands which you, or
either of you. may have agafnsl the
saute of BENJAMIN KARP deceased
late of M.nie County, Florida, to the
Honorable Count) Judges of Dade
County, arui file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within elghl cal-
endar months from the date of the
first publication hereol Bald claims
or demanda to contain the legal ad-
of tin- claimant ami to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred Bee Section 733.16 of
the "T. Probate Ad
i i Ma) 80, A D. IST.
GEORGE CHEREN
\ Administrate! C.T.A. of B
i f BENJAMIN KARP, d<
-. 21-51, I ;-: I
NOTICE UNDER
an .r,l9,TITI0,JS NAME LAW
MOTH l. is HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to enRan,- in
business tinder the fictitious name of
HOME OWNERS LOAN CO., at 1174
N W l.th Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
U lids to register said name with t>>e
Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade
i ounty, Florida.
I. E BRENNER
Sole Owner.
5 17-24-31, 6^0__________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No 201060
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DOLORB8 ALKIZI'HI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KAIMINIio ALBIZURI GUERRA,
I lefendant.
TO: RAIMINIm ALBIZURI tM'ERRA
' '.'III la I lliilioeleclrlca
Del Rio ii.- Aachleaya.
Call, Colombia, South America.
TOU aim: REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your Answer to th Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 31st day of May, 1!).">7;
otherwise, the Complaint, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as i i.ntes-.-.l
by you.
DAT KM at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 29th day of April. 1:,T.
B. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit Court.
By: M, C GREEN, In-puty Clerk.
ItAYMAN A- DUHia
Attorneys for Plaintiff
<-' Ainsley llldg.
.Miami. Florida.
5/3-10-13-31.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COCK r i '! THE
El CVENTH JirillCI VL CIRCI'IT 1>K
t I.' !:! I >.\ IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY'. No 201SU4.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HELEN SHEETZ
Plaintiff,
v -
\\l'.l.i\M KHEETZ
i defendant.
I-i i; \\li 1.1 \.\l HHEBTZ
16TI I..-.- Conn
(in, Innatl. Ohio
Ton are rt qulsed to si t i opy ol
m.iii answer to the BUI of Complain!
f,,. Dtvot e on the plalntlfPe attorney,
anil in file t>" original answer In the
..fli.....f the i Ilerk "i Ihe Circuit t'ouj t
before the Kth day of June, A.D.,
othi r be, the BUI of Complalnl
f,,, Divorce, heretofore filed herein,
win is- taki fessed by you.
tl.,1, I at Ml in i. I loi Ida, t hi -'I st
iln\ of Mi I3" ., ,
K. B. LBATHBRMAN. I lerk of
, ., ,i i the Circuit C.....t. I de
County, Florida
By: u U W BTOCK1NG
i >eputy Clet k.
MJLTON A F-RIBDM W
, | I...1.1 lll.lt Miami, FT*
Attorney for Plaintiff.
:. i. 7-14 ^^^^^^__
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA. No. 201161
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PERCY R CADOW,
Plaintiff,
JANE VIOLET CADOW
l lefendant.
rou, Jane Violet Padow, 145 Summit
Bronx, New Ifork, are required
i file your anawer to the divorce
complalnl with the clerk of the above
,.....i and serve a copy mm Herman
Cohen, plaintiff's attorney. 1365 Con-
Bldg Miami. Florida, mi or !-
fore June I, IN7 Of else i oinplalnt
win !" taken aa confeseed against
you. Dated April ". It&T.
K r. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of
(,,..,], the Circull Court.
By wm. W, BTOCKINa, Deputy Clerk
5/3-10-17-21.
insured Savings
Home Loans
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NOTICE UNDER ftC'f. IOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE IIIAI.EAII CONVALESCENT
HOME at in:, XV. 37th Slicct. Ilial.ah.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
italic County. Florida.
run.ir DRUTSCH
JEAN KAPLAN
sail HERTZia
DANIEL BEPLER
Attj fli ill.iieah Convalescanl Home
li us Fedl. s.n Inga i'ldg.
Ilial.ah. Florida
5, S-10-17-24,
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ATTORNEYS!
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EAST HIALEAH PHARMACY at 1001
Beat JMh Street, Hialeah, Klorlda, In-
tends to regigter said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Klorhla
KM-JAY DRCfl CO., INC.
By Joseph Hack. President.
ALBERT L. ROSEN, ESQ.
Attorney for EM-JAY DRUG: CO., INC.
Gl>r, Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
5/10-17-34-3L
NOTICE UNDER r;CilTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ..t
I ) PBLL APARTMENTS al 1114 and
I42J ||th S......t. and 1601 Bay Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, intend to reaj-
l,ter Uld name with the Clerk ol the
circuit Court ..f Di......'':'"!!v,'.^'lda-
ALBERT S. Phl.l.l-.IZ
ROBE PELLETZ
MARK BILVERSTEIN
Attorne) fur Applicants
ISO Lincoln Rd., Miami Bsach, na.
:. 3-10-17-34.__________________
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
DBCORpART INTERIORS al 156 N.W.
1st Street. Miami, Hoi Ida, Intends t"
register said name with ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Klorlda.
DECOR i- SALES A ins. INC.
A Hoi ida Corp.
PAI.LOT. SILVER & tCULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
Congress P.ldg.
5/3-10-17-31.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the Nctltlotis name of
IiAIJi; INVESTMENT ASSOCIATES
at tT.'.l W. Elualer Street. Miami, Hor-
Ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of D.ide
County, Florida.
DAVID SHl'BOW
BEN BBRKEY
MORTON M. BEIQETj
11EIOEL & TE1TELMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
ml Blsca) ne Building
3/3-10-17-J4. ______________^__
DSSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the part-
nership heretofore subsisting between
us, the undersigned. LAWRENCE W.
KELLEY and ALFRED R- OVER-
tiiriiW, heretofore carrying on busl-
nesa s O K. ELECTRIC COMPANY
ai I"!!' N.w 37th Court, Miami. Flor-
ida, has i' en dlssolven bj mutual con-
sent trom and after the 6th day of
May. 1367.
All debts due. owing and payable b
the said late firm win be assumed an I
paid for liv the remaining partner,
LAWRENCE W, KELLEY, who will
continue to cany on the said business
under the former name of o.K. hi.kc-
TR1C COMPANY.
LAWRENCE W. KELLBT.
MARLOW A- BINNAMON
Attorneys for l-'irm
tCH-G Langford Building
Miami a'.'. Ku.rlda
S/17-34-31, 6/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EMERSON APARTMENTS at 7631
A Shot t Avenue, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dsda
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BELIN
EVELYN BELIN
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Samuel Belin
and Bh els n Belin
120 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Bearh. Pitt,
5 S-16-17-31.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CORONET PRESS at :PI26 N.W. 7th
Mami. Florida, intends to reg-
i-i.-i -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID BHUBOW.
BEIGEL & TKITEI.MAN
Attorneys for Applicant
.hiI Biscayne Bldg.
5/3-10-17-34.
Cnirt vmi Ctmptny
commercial
social
sTKi hotel
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invitation.
wedding announcement*
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rniami 32, f I o r d a
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 I'ARKISII,
Plaintiff,
ARTHUR i Lama PARRISH,
l iefendant.
TO: ARTHUR JAMES PARRISH
.me I'uknoun.
You ARTHUR JAMES PARRI8H are
notified thai I -t' Of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
gains! you, and you arc required to
erve a copy ol youi Anawer or Plead-
|ng to the Bill of Complalnl on the
plantlffs Attorney, BEN BSSEN. Bsq .
1014 Seybold Bldg., .Miami, Florida.
ami file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the offbe of the Clerk of the
Circull Court on or before the :trd day
of June, 1657. If you fail to to so,
ludgmeX W default will be taken
gains! you for the relief demanded In
the Bill of fomplMlnt.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 26th day ol April. A.D.
' E. B. l.EATIIKKMAN. ilerk of
._.,!, the Circuit Court.
By: M C. ('.KEEN. Deputy Clerk.
5/3- HI- IT-": I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of O.K. ELECTRIC COMPANY at 4019
N W. :!Tth Court, Miami, Florida, in-
tends t.i register said name with the
Clara: of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ___
LAWRENCE W. KELLET.
Bole Owner.
MARLOW BINNAMON
Attorneys for o.K. Electric Company
:. 17-31-31, ii I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t-> ens
business utul. i the fictitious name ol
FI.AMINOO RESTAURANT at -715
N.W. 3th Street, Mis ml, Florida, In-
tends to register saM nun.- 'th the
Ckrk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida. ... .
II s RESTAURANT, IN1
By Henri Schull, Pre a
SEYMOUR B, l IEBMAN, EH4J
SOj Lincoln Road. Miami BeSCt
Attorney for H. S. Restaurant, Inc.
1-31, I 1.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN th it
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of INTEGRITY GENERAL CON-
TRACTORS at 7925 Hawthorne Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit I'mnt of lhide County,
rterW* BENJAMIN I.E.ivVlTZ.
KOWNER MANNI1E1.MER
.Mliiincis for Benjamin Ledwits.
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W...SOCIALIIE
Birthdate Separate welcomes were ex-
tended recently to two lovely little ladles
Happy parents of one pink bundle are Ann and
Jimmy Henlgbaum, which makes grandparents
out of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum, of 816 W.
40th St., and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick, of 1606
Meridian ave. Ann's father is the Lincoln rd.
h md Mrs. Leonard Si Ivarman are also proud holders of a
Hied little baby, the grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
mi, of 3200 Chase ave.
asical prodigy Michel* Levin has just returned home for the
W from Curtis Institute of Musk in Philadelphia Michele
Lighter of Dr. end Mre. Herbert Levin, of 3075 SW 14th st.!
s piano and composing at Curtis on a scholarship .. Actually [
i offered the scholarship for last year, but parents, Herb
,bie thought it better to wait until she was a little older
lies a mature 12-years-old now, and still the youngest pupil
I Institute .
itheit, who's hard at work on a concerto at the moment, com-
, a piece for flute and piano in honor of UM dean of music
Bittvr, which was played by Mrs. Florence Pick at Miami Pub-
brary on May 11 The brilliant little girl also has a new
Must off the press, which is for sale in music stores around
buntry. including Miami .
|be Levins also have a seven-year-old son, Philip, who already
a good talent for art Father Herb is only a few months
Jfrom the army, where he was a Major He's the DuPont
[dentist Hose and Samuel Ginsburg, of 1869 SW 12th st,
proud grandparents.
i will be a triple graduation for Roberta Rabinowitz, daughter
: and Mr*. Morris Rebhraowiti, of 2280 SW 23rd ter____Roberta
duatinjj from Beth David Hebrew School, from Senandoah
High School, and is also being confirmed, all at the same
. She's just turned fifteen, too.
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k. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin have been north to attend two
bgt. Dr. Levin participated, along with outstanding men
all over the world, in the program of the International Con-
on Voice Problems at Northwestern University Then on
ishington, D.C., where Sylvia, who serves as a member of the
Tent's Committee, had been invited to attend a meeting of
esident- Committee on Employment of the Physically Handi-
I... All this hard work was followed by a posh reception at
Mel Sutler on May 22.
> > c >
luthor Harry Simonhoff was toastmaster at the Beef and Bird
*l last week, given by American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
'l in honor of Dr. Israel Wechsler, new deputy chairman of
ird of governors of the University ... Mr. and Mrs. David
gave a check lor $10,000 to the Hebrew University, in
[ of the Wachslera Present at the affair were president
Rubin, lls Simonhoff, the Leo Robinsons, Charles Char-
, Harold Thurmans and Phillip Gotliobs Also Dr. and
nit I Hammond, Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin, the Samual Lach-
i and Jtnnia Grussinoor and Anna Brenner Mayers ... Dr.
V*. Htrman Autubel and the Bmil Friodlandars, who have
ught a home on Venetian way and become Miami residents,
Sted the party.
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[seemed as though all of,Miami dropped in at the Phillip Cot
fee. at 1845 SW 24th st., last Sunday to help Betty celebrate
feagement to Clifford L. Suchman Over 300 people signed
iestbook. ably kept by Cliff's sister Elaine, at the pink, blue
fnite open house reception Betty'* AEPhi sorors took
1 the floral decorations, whil Cliff brought lavender orchids
' immediate members of the party, and a special white one
ty...
(tlertaining the celebrants were Elain* Suchman, who sang
I of the Blues," and the Laiy River Boys trio ... Don Berko-
Ive some vocal selections, and Al Kahn did impressions .
' Horowitz, the memory expert, baffled everyone with his
nenal; bility .
sides Clifford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Suchman, guests
'Betty', uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Greenhouse and
Mrv Bernard Abel Also Mr. and Mrs. I. Horskowiti
resident of French Benzol), Mr. and Mrs. Artio Kravltz, and
Waintraubt Also the Senford Freods (he's the young-
n'ng attorney) .
Phi chapter president Patsy Carp, and members Gail Rich-
la Marian* Duchon were also present at the festivities .
WT* a real "Betty Co-ed," is a student at the UM ... Clifford
^ated with the Kendall office of the Keyes Company Realtors
My Plan a winter wedding.
* Booarman gave a surprise bridal luncheon for Carol
^ at the Algiers May 18 Carol, who will graduate from
in June, is the daughter of the Max Cohens, of Miami
She'll wed Brwco Oacne (there's an accent the last
ihr Li WOn l show in Print> on Jun* Bruce, who's in
ill ,ng Dusine. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moo Gache of
M City .
^"^ surprise were guests Rabyna Kardon. Jo Ann Gutter-
"VCtJkStv Harriott Neuwirth, Noreon Ek, Phyllis Silvers,
J- l nd C*r*1 Perneta. Barbara's mother, Mrs. Max
* Carol's mother.
K'r1Lade" w" Park Avenue restaurant's largest dinner-
Lf'7 last week, when Mrs. I.t.ll. (the "Ducboss") Taylor,
. Conn., hosted a get-together for her Greater Miami
Mrs. Taylor, owner of a Connecticut-wide chain of
F* shops,
Villi
is vacationing here with her son and daughter-in-
m and Jaan. and their three moppets .
"* Prty group were Or. and Mrs. Leo Saarlip, formerly of
N J- who've "retired" to their new home on Carlyle ave.
iof,*fl'P 'S ,he amed orthoP^w surgeon who created Beth
.P'tals bone clinic Other guests were San Marco Is-
l nd Louisa Alport and their children, and Indian Creek
P^'-owner Mr.. Fannia C. Alport.
*.*)&
oman s
World
!^e\w^bJH|iOkTidliigun
Miami- Florida, Friday, May 24, 1957
Section B
County-wide community service trophy pre-
sented by Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center to teen-age club with outstanding ser-
vice program is won for second year in a row
by Tri Beta Girls' Club sponsored by center's
PUBLK OFFICIALS SLATED
Zionist Council of S. Florida Plans
Ninth Anniversary Rally at Bayfront;
Mrs. Epstein Will be Guest Speaker
Town Branch. Shown above at award night
presentation are (left to right) Mrs. Sharon Hol-
lander, club advisor; Mikki Berger. vice presi-
dent; Sharon Badanes, welfare chairman; and
David Eskenazi, Town Branch supervisor.
A community-wide commemora-
tion of the ninth anniversary of the
creation of the State of Israel, un-
der the sponsorship of the Zionist
Council of South Florida, will take
place Wednesday evening at Bay-
front Park auditorium.
The program will feature as
guest speaker Mrs. Moses P. (Ju-
dith) Epstein, former national pres-
ident of Hadassah. whose subject
will be "History in a Hurry Mrs.
Epstein is presently a member of
the Zionist actions committee, ed-
itor of "Hadassah News Letter,"
and chairman of the American af-
fairs program of Hadassah.
In addition to Mrs. Epstein's
addrtts, a musical program will
alto bo prtsenttd, with young col-
oratura soprano Joanna Byrd as
soloist, aecompaniad by hoc
teacher, Natta Symas Morris.
Miss Byrd is at peasant being
coached by Miami eomposar,
Manna-Zucca, a numbtr of whoso
compositions will be includtd in
bar program.
Public officials from the various
Greater Miami municipalities and
representatives of labor and fra-
ternal groups, the clergy and the
Christian-Palestine Committee will
bring greetings.
In announcing the ninth anniver-
sary independence rally, A. Arthur
Pekelner, chairman of the Zionist
Council, declared Wednesday that
"the close ties which bind all Amer-
icans, both Jewish and non-Jewish
alike to the state of Israel, have
inspired us to hold this community-
wide rally as an expression of our
devotion and support of Israel in
its struggle to achieve a democratic
society similar to the one whose
blessings we enjoy here in the
United States."
mrs. mom tPsrtiN
Is It Possible to Transform a South
Beach Girl into a Belle of the Ball?
Beth David Production Has Answer
Cancer Institute Benefits
Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian
Sisters, will sponsor a card and
games party Wednesday evening at
Dora August Hall, 500 SW 17th
ave. Mrs. S. Barnett and Mrs. T.
Glasser are chairmen. Henrietta
Kostoff Memorial Fund at the Can-
cer Institute will benefit from the
affair. -*
Is it possible to transform a
downtrodden waitress into a charm-
ing, well-spoken lady?
Well, see "My Fair City," written
and produced by Trixie Levin, and
find out what happens in this take-
off on the current Broadway hit,
"My Fair Lady"which is a take-
off on the masterpiece, "Pygma-
lion," by the late George Bernard
Shaw.
Tha affair involvas a South
Beach hot dog girl taken in hand
by a Southorn "you all" colonel,
who it charginad by tha lack of
proper accent in bar.
The entire presentation is jointly
done by Beth David Sisterhood and
Men's Club and will be presented
three nights. May 28 through 30,
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Choreography is by Mrs. Judith
Youngerman Cindy. Sets are by
Andrew Greenhut, with music by
Miss Josie Adler.
Cast includes tha Masdamas
George Rachlin, Leonard Egort,
Richard Harold, Sam Badanes,
Michael Covin, Sheldon Kay, Da-
vid Altai-man, Charlas Farbon-
bloom, Nate Levin, Max Jacobson,
Edward Schwartz, Oscar Rappa-
port, Barnard Amsterdam, Frank
Rosa, Sidney Goldberg, David
Braun, Charles Spingarn, Albert
Dublar and Ban Bloom.
Men's Club actors are Craig Den-
nis Herold, Milton Friedman, Shel-
don Kay, Frank Rose, William War-
shaw, Bert Sher, Oscar Rappaport,
Bob Rubinstein, Max Johnson and
Reuben Levin.
Friendship Club Dance
North Shore Friendship Club will
hold a dance Saturday evening at
North Shore Jewish Center. Elig-
ible are unattached men and wom-
en 30 years of age and over.
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To Hear Exec
Tamara chapter of Miirarhi
Women will hold a surprise pack-
age parly Tuesday evening at the
Ii '.mo hotel.
Goe*t speaker will be Mrs. Wil-
liam Weintraub, national vice
president, of Mow York City. Sho
will discuss '*The Present Crisis
in Israel at It Affects Mlxrechi
Schools for Orphan Children."
Hostesses will include Mesdames
Sidney Margulics. Abraham Bar-
kan. Jack Farber. Jack Greenhouse.
Sam Serman. Emanuel Karger, Irv
ing Levy. Max Sternstein. Charles
Turk and Louis Makovsky.
first Confirmation Clots
South West Jewish Center will
hold its first confirmation of stu-
dents at ceremonies Sunday, cios-' "ard* will \# mT'
ing exereises of Hebrew and Sun- dents. *** hc^]
day school will,la,.
'"8 the ceremoni^
ham Levitan said We
This tempting kosher dessert cake, bearing (U) seal of kashruth,
is ready to serve at a moment's notice in dozens of delightful
ways. Vacuum-sealed in tins for lasting freshness, Dromedary
keeps indefinitely on pantry shelf.
Ready-to-Serve Snack Plays
Major 'Roll' in Your Menu
When teenagers gather in the
aptly named rumpus room for a
PMllon of rock "n" roll, the next
-tep in the logical order of things
involves another typo of roll that
contributes in equal measure to an
aftern ion's wholesome entertain-
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This, as so many mother know,
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Produced by an exclusive Drome-
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All three Dromedary Nut-Rolls,
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easy-to-open tins, arc featured at
leading independent food stores,
supermarkets and chains
Filled Dromedary DateNut Roll
1 tin Dromedary Date Nut Roll
1 a pkg. cream cheese
1 teaspoon butter
2 tablespoons crushed
pineapple (drained)
Cut a thin slice off each end of a
Dromedary Date-Nut Roll. Using a
sharp knife, carefully hollow out
the center of the roll. Cream the
butter and cheese together, add
Summer Days Mean
Sugarine for You
Diabetics can now enjoy sweet
summer drinks without sugar by
using a concentrated liquid sweet-
ener called Sugarine.
Iced tea and coffee, lemonade or
powdered drink flavors can be
sweetened with a true sugar fla-
vor without adding unnecessary
calories.
Sugarine is pure, harmless and
has no food value. It is recommend-
ed by doctors far diabetics and
overweights and is available at
leading food stores.
And, if you're missing out on
summer fun because you're
ashamed to bo seen in a barbing
suit the calorie-free concentrat-
ed liquid sweetener called Su-
garine is the answer to your prob-
lem.
Use Sugarine instead of sugar in
sweetening beverages, cerals, cot-
fee and tea. and on fresh fruit, and
slim down to yoor ideal weight.
Sugarine is available at leading
food stores everywhere.ST.
Parents' Day Dinner
Sisterhood of Beth El Congrega-
tion will sponsor a Parents' Day
dinner Sunday evening at Dora
August auditorium. Co-chairmen
are Mrs. William Swimmer and Mrs.
Sam Phillips.
half the crumbs from the center of
the roll and mix vecll with the
crushed pineapple. Press the filling
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the end slices and hold in place
with toothpicks. Wrap in waxpapcr
and thill at least *n hour before
slicing and serving. (Note: V4 cup
whipped cream may be substituted
for cream cheese; frozen fresh ber-
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blosEman. Ellen Trachtman, and Judy Linick, who exp-
ired in Lear School production of "The Mikado" Thurs-
evening at Lear School auditorium.
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Diana Bernstein, New
f\c, is new director of Wo-
n's Organizations' Division
^National Jewish Welfare
d. Miss Bernstein was
recently staff executive
Ime-bership and adminis-
jon for National Federa-
i ol Temple Sisterhoods.
Lear Students Put
'Mikado' on Boards
Student!; in the upper classes at
the Lear School put the finishing
touches to their annual dramatic
presentation which was presented
Thursday evening in the school aud-
itorium at 1010 West ave
Friends, parents and guests of
the students were treated to a
performance of Gilbert and Sulli-
van's operetta. "T h e Mikado,"
which was directed by Henry
Nigrelli. of the I.ear Staff. Assist-
ing Nigrelli were Mrs Dorothy Had-
lcy and Mrs. Bella Wechsler. also
of the school staff.
The cast featured Stuart Fish-
man in the title role pf the Mikado,
with Helene Farber as Yum Yum.
Gary Berwick as"N:tnki *>. Albie
Rosenhaus as K<> Ko, Maryland Co-
hen as KatiSha, Diane Brown as
1'itti Sing, and Leslie Slay a- Peep
Bo.
The chorus and dancers for the
performance were Marisella
Guterrez. Er'rol Saltzmari. Iris War-
ner, Eugene Shapiro, Sandy Wal-
7cr, B "Klein. Bryna Samelson.
Steve Sutnick. Ellen Trachtman,
Stuart Hej'shey. Jane Cohen, Jim
Kdlin, Donna Schlossman. and
Carol Cunllffe.
Mn-ical accompaniment was by
Joann Schechter.
\ltrs fo be Given
fat of Banquet
Jth David bowling champion-
[*a- won last week at the Bird
Lines by the U.S. Slicers
i in the play off with Barnett's
I ol the winning team
P Robbiaa; George Saluk, M.
Wjh Mankin and Char.es Jn$ta|| Saturday
P'ryrn, captain and sponsor'
ttam.
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P' to*ling league banquet in
|^an Crown hotel Sunday.
Mizrachi Women
THE MIAMI BEACN
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Mrs I. B. Eisenstein will be in-
stalled president of Miami Beach
chapter. MizraChi Women. Saturday
evening at David Whitman Hall of
Beth Jacob Congregation.
Others to be installed are the
Mesdames Edith Brenner, honor-
ary president: Pauline Chill, Paul-
ine Grundwerg. Hose Gechman, A.
Mostow and Goldie Bir, vice presi-
dents; Arnold Leon, financial sec-
retary.
The Mcsdameg Rose Lustig. cor-
Iresponding secretary; Sarah Gar
'finkel, corresponding secretary;
: Helen Pollock, recording secretary':
jEdna Roseflstein, treasurer; Tibor
.Stern, chaplain: Ida Wessel. JNF
chairman; and Pauline Grundwerg,
chairman of Mothers of Israel.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Fannie Abrams. Goldie
(Briar, Sadie Babad, Toby Jaffey,
Anna Silberman. Anna Shapiro, Ida
^Frcedman, B. Lobel, Lena Kramer.
HSarah SilverMeih. Rose Schneider,
,Yetta Freedman, S. Reinhard and
Ida Strouch.
Installation Affair Arranged Tuesday
^Greater Miami Women's Auxil- Ahn *3E- TV
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Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
Su' h7,iSh "me f0r ,he Age ,
nil hold ,ta annua| ins(a,Iafjon
function at a luncheon Tuesday
noon m the Rubaiya. room of the
Ag.ersho.el. In charge of reserva-
0o is Mrs. Manuel Tanehbaum.
For the seventh time, Mrs. Sol
Silverman will be
.helm
Abe Kurman, president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will act as
installing officer. Judge Harold B.
*>paet. honorary president of the
Home, will bring greetings from
the parent body.
A highlight of the afternoon will
! a first hand report from Mrs.
man will be installed at the id a d report from Mrs-
of the large women's group Bessie Mot.1 an erine snm on____. 'isenior citizens rpsidino *t thn
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numbering some 2,300
ruP'I senior
membcrs- Home.
citizens residing at the
Hialeah Sisterhood
Installs Officers
Installation of officers of the Sis-
terhood of the HialeahMiami
Springs Jewish Center was held
at Friday evening service-
Mrs. Louis Cohen, Torah chair-
man of the Southeast Branch, Na-
tional Women's League of United
Synagogues, installed the following
officers:
Mrs. Nathan Becker, president;
Mrs. Paul Hammel, Mrs. Eugene
Alexander, Mrs. Louis Wine and
Mrs. Sidney Pearl, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Manny Kane, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. John
Lerner, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Charles Kirsch, treasurer.
Guest speaker was Miss Lillian
Goodman, vice president of the
Southeast Branch, National Worn
en's League of United Synagogue.
Onge Shabbat was given by the
Sisterhood in honor of the incoming
and outgoing officers.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, vice
president and program chairman,
will present Olga Bibor Stern,
pianist, and Elmer Horosnyi, vio-
linist, in a program of continen-
tal music. Miss Esther Brody,
folk song singer, will be heard
n an arrangement of songs of
alt nations.
Other officers to be installed with
Mrs. Silverman are honorary pres-1
ident, Mrs. Benjamin Appel; vice
presidents, Mesdames David Phil-
lips, Jack Udell, Louis Makovsky,
Herman Jacobs and Trudy Hamer-
schlag; honorary vice presidents,
Mesdames Irving Frankel, Max
Greenberg, and Baron de Hirsch
Meyer; financial secretary, Mrs.
Frances Entine.
Recording secretary, Mrs. Benja-
min Hammerman; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Nat E. Rat?; mem-
bership secretary, Mrs. Manuel
Tanenbaum; treasurer, Mrs. Morris
Kriegel; auditor, Mrs. Nathan
Feika; parliamentarian. Mrs. Moses
Krieger; trustees, Mesdames Kisi-
dor Cohen, Morris Dubler, Anna
Kaplan and Maurice Boriskin.
MKi. SOL SILVfRM&N
Tots to 'Graduate'
At Temple Wednesday
Temple Judea nursery and kin-
dergarten will hold their fifth grad-
uation ceremony Wednesday morn-
ing at the Temple.
Guests will include Mrs. Herman
Fisher, supervisor; Rabbi Morris
Skop. spiritual leader: Cantor Irv-
ing Robinson: Louis Schwartzman,
executive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education; and Sol Rovin,
Temple president.
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Convention, Hear Top Gov't.Le
, More than 800 delegates of the
Women'i Division of American
Jewish Congress -liave reelected
Mrs. Thelraa Richnmn as -national
president, with Mrs. Charles P.
Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Larry Friedland,
Mrs. Ben Kamen, Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg,
Mrs. Thelma rtfehman. and Judge Justine Wise
Folier. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. James
Paulen. Mrs. Leo Steinberg. Mrs. Ida Cole, Mrs.
Ann Kaplan, Mrs. David Muskat, Mrs. Harry
Deckey, Mrs. Sam Rose. Mrs. Harry Corn, Mrs.
Irving Quartin, and Mrs. Harry Levy.
At a recent brunch given by City of Hope, (left to right) Mrs.
N. R. Epstein, of Detroit and Miami Beach Martinique hotel,
Mrs. Joseph Alter, of Allison rd.. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger, Grossinger's New York, and Pinetree dr., display
new City of Hope stickers. They are now organizing a new
Auxiliary chapter here, to be called Leukemia Fighters of
M:ami Beach City of Hope.
Mrs. Kaplan Heads
Balkin BB Chapter
Officers of Gilbert Balkin lodge
and chapter. B'nai B'rith. will be
installed Saturday evening at the
Monte Carlo hotel.
New chapter officers are Mr*.
Phil Kaplan, president; Mr*.
Murray Herman, Mr*. Al Rosen
and Mrs. Martin Draluck, vice
president*; Mr*. William Hen
brun, corresponding secretary;
Mr*. Don Seqel. recording secre-
tary; and Mrs. Maynard Rabin,
financial secretary.
Sentinel is Mrs. Mark Meyers;
Mrs. Dick Wise, guardan; and Mrs.
Marvin Kutner. historian.. Install-
ing officer is Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs.
Alan Tannen. 1324 Algardi. Coral
Cables, is in charge of information.
Registration for Oxford Summer Camp Announced
Oxford School. 1204 54 West ave attending camp this summer. Ox
Miami Beach. Wednesday announ- ford's outdoor Olympic-sized swim-
ced that it will again conduct a ming pool, athletic tie Id ^outdoor
t'Bnplcte summer camp program and indoor play area, and alToMts
for 10 full weeks beginning Mon-' five acres of bavfront
cay. June 17. and
ihroi(g|| Aug. 23
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AlfolOxford's bayfront facilities
i)i belutilized for boyi and girls
Member Affairs
Plotted by Council
campuses
continuing will be included among the health-
ful activities of its empers.
Mrs. Gladwin Will
Take Second Term
Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin. who
[organized the" Women's Division
I Chamber of Commerce of Surfside,
Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Is-
lands last year, will be given the
'president's gavel for her second
term at the first annual installa-
tion luncheon of the organization
Wednesday noon at the Balmoral
hotel.
Other officer* to be installed
are Mrs. Mercedes Nicholson, as-
sistant fro the president; Mr*. Lil-
lian Cole, executive vice presi-
dent; M^. Fay Carney, Mrs. Sheri
Silverman, Mrs. Jane Spier, Mrs.
Anna Mae Unoerbuhler, Mrs.
Wynne Valentine, Mrs. Ollie
Witt, vice president; Mrs. Shirley
Green, recording secretary; Mrs.
Lynne Morin, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Henrietta Leaser, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Frieda
Levine, treasurer; end Mrs. Beu-
lah Butler, parliamentarian. Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers will install
the officer*.
"One of the major projects of the
Women's Division for the. coming
year will be the developing of a
much needed library in this area."
Mrs. Gladwin announced. "As a be-
ginning, we have already contrib-
uted funds to the new Bay Harbor
Elementary School for the purchase
of books, and plan to start a library
in our own home, the South room
of the Surfside Chamber of Com-
merce. We hope to raise funds for
s**
Chairman Mrs Alan Bornstein
has. announced a series of member
ship luncheons which started here
Wednesday noon under the spon
r.sftip of the B'nai B'rith Worn
en's Council of South Florida.
Mrs. Arthur Winkleman was
h etesa at the first of these affairs
at her home at 1551 Salvalierra
ave., Coral Gables
The second of the membership
affairs will be a dessert-coffee at
8:30 p.m.. May 2, at the home of
Mrs. Sam Magexiner, 6250 SW
62nd pi., Miami.
The third affair is a dessert Hriea
party, with Mrs Jerr\
Also among the many activities
offered by Oxford Camp this
summer and enjoyed by more
than 200 children last year are
land and water sports,, fishing
from Oxford's own safety docks,
boating and cruising on Biscayne
Bay, tennis, basketball, baseball,
tetherball, ping-pong, archery,
arts and crafts, miniature golf,
television lounge, latest movie
films, and many other children's
activities.
Oxford Camp will again accept
day and boarding children Its dor-
mitories are air conditioned. All
campers may receive free tutonnn
in all school subjects Day camp-
ers will receive transportation,
lunches, snacks, and a full five-day
a week camping program. Board-
ing campers live at Oxford full time
and enjoy 24-hour-a-day camping
pleasures, inducting evening indoor
ford program this summer. Dean
Louis A. Cassel. associate director,
who also has had more than 20'
years of camping experience, will "rJ^"1* ,by <*uct,ng .white
be in charge of the professional (f^1! "*'.' *.nd ."""* otbcr ,n
staff of counselors and instructors.
Registration for day and board-
ing camp is now being accepted
either in person or by calling Ox-
ford School's admissions office.
*"*. of Miami fcJ7l
ion.l vice president tS'*J
Mon which opened at A
hotel ,n Washing,*,, uc7
tSn"iCe"^
banquet. aI whlch JJJ* %?
ored the,;,,,^^1*'^)
'or its friendship m^M
the State of Nrael "*!!?
Herve Alphand. of FrtnSSM
"dor Abba Khan and"^
Jacob Javits were jw1Du J*
ers at the event. P'e
Ambassador Aluhaseji
cial message frornTrZ
Guy Mollet to the convent*.*
. In a film mad, "&
especially for the womensd,2
convention. Mrs (;olda M "J
eign Minister of Israel. eW?
thanks for the women's 3
behalf of the democraticwirdml
for all people and in ,he aJZ]
the Jewish people."
The local delegaton to the i
tional convention was hejfe] .
Mrs. Larry Friedland Oae-ejfc
active participant: nJV|
jamin Kamen. incoming presto I
of the Florida Women'i Die* |
Other members of the butp- 1
attending included Mrs lfc ri'
Mrs. Harry Corn. Mrs. Harry D*]
er. Mrs. Sidney Finger, Vln Aa 1
Kaplan. Mrs Harry Levy, HnDej
vid Muskat. Mrs. James heaj
Mrs. Irving Quartin. Mn Sa|
Rose, and Mrs Leo Steinbenj.
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this affair is noon on June 12 Dr Abraham M Cassel. director
Mrs. Alan Bornstein and Mrs !of Oxford, who has had more than
Irving Verdon are in charge of 20 years of camping experience
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MS. AUAHAM tAKKAH
Sisterhood Will
Install Officers
Rabbi Simon April will install of-
ficers and board members of the
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation at a luncheon at
the Ritz Plaza hotel Tuesday.
Officers to be installed are Mrs.
Abraham Barlcan, president; Mrs.
Isidor Sharoff and Mrs. Peter Do-
chon, vice presidents; Mrs. Max
Newberger, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Abraham Topol, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. David
Meltzer, financial secretary; and
Mrs. Saul Bernstein, treasurer.
Included in the entertainment
will be vocal renditions by Cantor
Berele Kelemer. Mrs. Philip Ben-
dell is chairman of the day.
Oofing Slated Sunday
Charles Birnbach. president of
Temple Sinai's Mens Club, this
week announced that a family pic-
nic will be held for members of the
congregation following the last
Sunday school class May 26 at
Juniors Lodge, near Dania. Harold
Greene is chairman of the outing.
\alk On foreign Aid Thursday at the home of Mrs. Anna
imi Beach Division discussion- Weiss' 6020 Indian Creek dr SP**-
oup Greater Miami, was to meet talk on/ "Foreign Aid."
THE SWING IS TO
SHAPIRO!
Join Your Councilman
HAROLD SHAPIRO
At These Great RALLIES
Thursday, May 23rd FLAMINGO PARK * mm
Saturday, May 24th NORTH SHORE PARK Sunday, May 25th H WASHINGTON PARK Is*'*2
(2nd & Washington)
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EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT FRIDAY.
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Then on May 28th and June 4th
PULL LEVER 9
Area ORT Chapters
Will Install Officers
Mrs. Irving Sussman, president
| of the Southeast Florida region of
Women's American ORT, will in-
stall officers of four local chapters
in the Greater Miami area at lunch-
, eon ceremonies in the Piping Rock
restaurant Wednesday noon.
Mrs. Norman Rothstein, vice
president of the region, will offer
the invocation. Mrs. Samuel Pol-
lack is chairman of the day.
Greater Miami chapter officers
to be instilled ere Mrs. Irving
Tillis, president; Mrs. Madwin
Benjamin, vica president; Mr*.
Michael Fields, vice president.
Mrs. Charles Meyers, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Harry Tischler, vice
president; Mrs. George Sloan, treas-
urer; Mrs. Sidney Block, recording
secretary; Mrs. Barnett Carvin,
corresponding secretary-; and Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, parliamentarian.
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes will be in-
stalled president of Miami Beach
Afternoon chapter. Vice presidents
are Mrs. George Linden, Mrs. Harry
Steiger and Mrs. Solomon Siegel.
Others are Mesdames Victor Hol-
lander, recording secretary; Clif-
ford Perlman, financial secretary;
Irving Carrey, corresponding sec-
retary': Manny Austin, treasurer.
North Dade chapter officers are
Mrs. Jack Carmel, president for
second term; Mrs. Albert Zeitzew,
Mrs. Howard Cunn and Mrs. Nor-
man Morgenstern. vice presidents;
Mrs, Raymond Bessel, treasurer;
Mrs. Morton Durst, financial sec-
retary.
Mrs. B. P. Weinstock, corre-
sponding secretary'; Mrs. Stephen
Davis, recording secretary; and
Mrv Irving Smiley, parliamentar-
ian.
Annual Boatride Scheduled
Annual boat ride of Beth Raphael
Congregation Sisterhood will be
(held Sunday at 5 p.m. In charge
,of arrangements are Mrs. Pearl
1 Krieger, Sisterhood president; Mrs.
'Sam Botfan, vice president; and
Mrs. Morris Rosenblitt.
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Rebekahs Met Tuesday
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge will
meet Tuesday evening at American
Legion Hall, 1828 Alton rd.
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Joint Installation
B'nai B'rith Men's and Women's
Councils Of South- Florida will hold
a joint installation dinner at the
Saxony hotel Sunday evening.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Yaa-
kov Rosenberg. Installing officers
will be Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, second
vice president of the 5th District
and E. Albert Pallot, president-
elect of District Grand Lodge 5.
Women officers to be installed
ere: president, Mrs. Norman
Reinhard; vice presidents, Mrs.
Frank Smulson, Mrs. Bernard
Supworth, Mrs. Murray Lazarus
and Mrs. Helen Sanders; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Jerome Robin-
son; corresponding secretary
Miss Betty Bobbins; treasurer,
Mrs. Murray Gladstone; sentinel,
Mrs. Paul Harrold; historian,
Mrs. Bernard Broads; roster sec-
retary Mrs. David Sachs; guard-
ian Mrs. Morris Sterling; coun-
selor Mrs. George Baltuch.
Men's president is Stanley D.
Caidin. Others are: vice presidents
Michel Sossin, Sol Rappaport and
Harold Greene; corresponding sec-
retary Charles Daniels; financi*'
secretary-treasurer Frank Kirsch;
recording secretary Stanley Gold-
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In charge of reservations are Mrs.
Murray Gladstone and Mrs. David
Greenberg.
Miss Feinberg at Confabs
Miss Minnie Feinberg, executive
secretary of National Council of
Jewisti Women, left Monday to at-
tend the National Conference of
Social Welfare in Philadelphia.
Friday, she will go to the National
Conference of Jewish Social Work-
ers in Atlantic City, N.J.
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Emanu-EI Students In Closing Exercise
Her feet are nowhere n^cr the
pedals, but pert Robin Olin
made her piano debut at a
musicale at home of teacher
Esther Barrett, 327 Santander.
The four-year-old is daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olin.
G841 SW 51st St.. Miami.
Annual Picnic Sunday
Annual picnic of the Israelite
Center religious school will be held
Sunday. 10 a.m.. at Matheson Warn
mock Motorcade will leave from
the Center at 9:45 a.m.
Temple Emanu-EI religious school
nurserv and kindergarten classes
I Will hold closing exercises Thurs-
day morning. May 30. according to
Isr.iel Kilmer, educational dinctOf
The youngsters will present a
.program. "The Nursery Child's
Path to Judaism." under the super-
vision of Mrs Naomi Brandeis.
head teacher Dr. Merman R. Mech-
lowitz. chairman of the Board of
Education, will present children
I With certificates of honor, and Rab-
bi Irving L?hrman will offer bless-
ings.
Participating are Nancy Berk.
Brian Ciller. Eileen C.laubman.
Dory Grow, Franklin HorwiU. Jerry
Horowitz. Helen Kaplan, Steven
Lechtner. Nancy Lichtner. Dawn
Margolis, Ralph Mizrahi. Jefferson
Morgan. Page Pleet. Shari Pollack.
Picnic Slated Sunday
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary.
Post 174 of Jewish War Veterans,
will hold a picnic at Crandon Park,
Pit 3. Sunday beginning 10 a.m.
Helen Ruby. Bryan Reich. William
Segal. Marcia Silles, Howard Self.
Moshe Sukenik. Ricky Sures. An-
drew Sweet. Steven Weintraub,
Fredric Weitz
Martha Yavers. Jeffrey Worth.
Gayla Gordon, Judith Ribner, Marti
Harris, Tracy Weinkle. Kenneth
Weinkle. Michael Firtel. Robert
Sutnick. Sylvia Fruchter. Ann Mor-
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Cordon Funeral Home In
arrangements locally.
charge of
PHILIP SCHENKMAN
84. of 344 Meridian ave., died Jlav 1
A retired butcher, he lived here ft
y^arx .Survivor, include his wife,
Rachel; two ,,,, mo.- und Jack, and
u ,rtnuKh"rM' Mr. Sarah Brown.
m af F'"'ks- Mrs Si,' Mrs. Bylvia Itosenwelii. Service* were
May 20 ai Riverside-11,-aih Memorial
1 napel, with burial in Mt. Slnal Cem.
etery.
EDITH ROBERTA SWARTZ
11-month-did daughter Of Mr. and Kit
Kdwln II. Bwa.rU of 711 SUt st.. died
Ma> ]!. Ilegldes her |>arentK. she Is
survived by her hi other, Jay, and a sla-
tar, Buaan, Barrlcai irara May 21 at
Rlverslde-Beaoh Memorial Chapel,
with burial in Bur Of David Cemetery.
MICHAEL KIRZNER
D3, or o033 N. Bay rd.. died May 3. A
retired shop owner, he wan a member
of the North Shore Jewish Center. Sur-
vivors include his wife. Shirley; a
daughter, Phyllis Sue; and a noli. Kelt-
Bervlcaa were May 5 at River-
aide-Beach Memorial Chapel, with
buitui in Mt. siiui Cemetery.
amocy Sunday at Homestead Air Force ter; Rabbi Morris A. Skop, president Greater
Chapel, Chaplain (Maj.) Thomas E. Miami Rabbinical Assn.; Chaplain Adams-
base chaplain, is pcwaented Freedom Col. James W. Twitty, base commander; and
iDemocracy Award tor his community Max Singer, chairman, citation committee.
i and interfaith understanding." Award Ceremonies included presentation of Torah for
fade by Homestead Jewish Community Jewish service personnel at base, given in be-
In picture (left to right) are Chaplain hall of Greater Miami Jewish community
iLevitan, Jewish chaplain; Arthur Rocen. (Official Air Force Photo.)
dent Homestead Jewish Community Cen-
OBITl ARIES
MRS SARA CORN
, \. Ba) rd.. died May 12.
--. she wan the
afthrlu<" I'.ivega Co. and
pt i.f th.' Majestic Radio Co.
I ih,- Standard
I the Sisterhood of
Survivors In-
[daufhU Mr* bylvia Walter;
Hemmed: n t two sister- Bar-
r r in Chicago, with
E i.i 1 t'hapel In
ngementa.
HEATHER S. LEVIN
N< rd., died May II
. ara, she was a
i mi. educated In
i fo i L'nUerslty,
Sri iiieinl'er of the
ni Km i W .null's Auxiliary
'.\l\. the Ml Slnal Hospital
i. tli. V\ en's Cdf Awn of
I Mi.mi Temple larael. Sh.
minne' u 'he President's Cii|>
rlew i' i iub, and was a
Homa* champion at tOxford
K ..r- Ii i-Kaiul, l>r. Alfred
; a a Henry, and a
fir Bar! lean. Servlcee were
I at Temple leraalj
BERNARD SIMON
N< S\V r t ave died May 14
late hotel commls-
ty for IS years,
f the James Carnell
B. FA-AM He leaven hla wife.
tine"' sister*.
inrhe Hi. Mrs rvnnle Kine.
Heler I >ne< and two bro-
ere May IS at Rlver-
!i M- la I Chanel, with
i Ml .- i Ynietery.
WILLIAM KOVNAT
died May II. A
v I ity engineer, he
sklent i..... five yearn. Survlv-
feur In them, In lulling Pr.
land Uavid, of Miami Beach;
rter s -- a ad burial were
Mi Klvcrslde-P.eacli
I Cli.i In charge of local
nt
SIDNEY NADELL
112th -t .died May 13. A ren-
fr year, he wan In the
tlithln; in.innfacturlng bual-
- ife. Annn; a son,
nd i laughter, Mra. Roae
*' B* and burial were
i I"., with local ar-
l'S- Hellman Funeral Cha-
'HILIP J. DIAMOND
I Pennsylvania ave., died May
ttirci Ironworker, he waa a
I bere 14 yearn. He Is aurvlwd
[wife. Sophie; two eons. Jack
; two daughters, Mm. -4.11-
er and Mm. Ann Blefal, and
era, Including l*aul, PompSno
ervloen were May 15 at River-
'h Memorial Chapel, with
Mt N- -., i Vmetery.
WILLIAM OOLDIN
Wt& Rlvo Alto dr-. dl** May
retired pharmacist, to -was a
I here r. veara. He waa a metn*-
ample Beth Sholom and Tail
l*hl fraternity. Surviving are
> Beatrice; two sons, Arthur
Jerome l. ; and alx grand-
8er\l,.es were May 1 at
Bea.-h Memorial C*ie>el,
tl In Mi N'ebo Cemetery.
.4ICHAEL QEISMAN
" HW *th at., died May U A
utcner, he lived here in yearn.
a aon. Joseph I two slsse*",'
ley.-- md Mrs. Hattle Ros-
in.I -.,, giandchlldren. Ser-
* Mt;. :; at Cordon's Funeral
JOSEPH JACKSON
o ln4i?n Creek dr.. died May
later visitor here for 10 yeai >.
I retired agent for Metropoll-
liiauranc* Co. In Chicago. Sur:
Jiielude two daughters. Mm.'
' k Mrs teertrude Wolf.
n. M>roi lleirkea were May
uver.~,i^.|:,.,,,.h Memorial Cha-
1 ru; to follow.
[ABRAHAM LEVINSON
-m '. died May It A taxi
, ne ,, u reeldent here five
lP* Ived 1>\ two sons.
F" and la,b, and a alater. Ber-
re May 17 at Itlvcraiue-Reach
Memorial Chapel, with burial In
of David Cemetery.
Star
GABRIEL GiNQOLLD
II, of IM1 Drexel ave died May 17. A
i i-ih !! i,-tauraiit owner, I
II years ago. He leaves hi- wWe,
Laura; mil a hair-Brother, Bam
Abrams i a-ere Ma) IT at
IMvaralde-Beach Menrartal Chapel,
with burial in Ml Blnal Cemetery,
SAMUEL LEVINE
t>, of .".:;; Bapanola ari j .1 i May it
An elevator aorvlaa man, he had lived
hi i e fiv i i ears Surviving ai
Harris; and two brotlWSi l.,.als an I
William s> il ei and burial so
Nan ^''.' i with local i
Rtveratde Bt U ipel.
SAM SHEINER
H, of "' aflcMsan an Mad May 17
a i. siii. nt hare 10 years, he ma a re-
i ii i dell easel < ner. He
leaves his wife, Hattle. Bervlces were
May l^ at Blvaralde-Beach Mvni.pii.il
Chapel, with burial in Ml NW. Cem-
. u i
DAVID BROW..-
07, of 11*10 NB -Miami cti died Mav is.
A retired builder, he came here .-i\
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years ago from Washington. DC. He
is survived by his wife. Sarah. Ser-
vioei and burial were In Philadelphia,
with local arrangements bv Rivvrslde-
Ileaih Memorial Chapel.
ANNA DOOCKLER
76. of ISO Xi: Urd Bt, died Mav 1H. A
resident here 16 years, she is survived
by a granddaughter. Mrs. Kdward
Alexander. Barvlcn were May 20 at
flordon's Funeral t'hapel, with burial
111 Wo.idlawn Cemetery.
JOSEPH M. FRANKLIN
17, of l-HI I'.ist ave died le.ently. A
winter vi-itor, he Is survived by his
wife, Frances: a daughter, Mrs." Lil-
lian Babb; 1 son. Mitchell; and a sis-
ter. Mrs Victoria Si-hnalie. Services
..ml burial were In 8| Johns, New
BruBBWh '.<. Canada, with Hellmnn
l-'iineial Home in charge of local ar-
1 angementi
MRS. FREDA GLANTZ
M, of I7l BW 1st st ,ii,.,i recently. A
resident here 16 years, she Is survived
i.y a sop, Samuel, three daughtere,
.\lrs. Anna Kuldn. Mis. Bonya Kubin-
Bon and Mrs. Clara Moralaon; a sister,
Jennie BObrowakl. seven grandchildren
and ten graat-sTandehlldran. Services
and burial wen- in New York, with
MORRIS ADLER
V.. ..r 10J l 9th st., died May I. A res-
ident here six years, he In survived
by his wife, Millie; two sons, Arthur
and Irwin; and a sister, Mrs. Fannie
Turtletauh. Services and burial were
in Newark, with local arrangements by
Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel.
HYMAN CHAZEN
71. or 6S60 SW Mth ter.. died May 3 in
a convalescent home. A retired egg
randier, he belonged to the Ben Gurion
liranch or the Jewish National Work
Alliance. S'urvlvors include his son.
Jack; three daughters, Mrs. Sarah
lilrcher. Mrs. Anna Ackrlat and Mrs.
Friea Halpln; a sister, Mrs. Beartlce
Sachs; and six grandchildren. 8er\ lot
were May r, at Gordon Funeral Humi
with burial In Mt. Slnal Cemetery.
Dinner Climaxes
Center Campaign
A dinner celebration at Michel's
restaurant on Normandy Isle Sun-
day evening climaxed the North
Dade Jewish Center annual cam-
paign, Mrs. Irving Denmark and
Arnold Stern, dinner co-chairmen,
announced this week.
Campaign chairman Mrs. Hen-
ry Gilbert saluted her co-work-
ers. These include the Mesdames
Murray Apfelbaum, Milton Be-
reih, Fred Blank, Arthur Brown,
Irving Denmark, Henry Gilbert,
Burt Grayson, Albert Kronowiti.
The Mesdames Joe Labell, Her-
bert Lelchuk. Ben Miller. Ted Pow-
ers, Herbert Rabinowitz, Martin
Trop, Charles Weissman and Ewatd
Ziffer.
Men cited were Nat Banks, Fiad
Blau. Henry Gilbert. Burt Gray.#n,
Ben Miller, Arnold Stern and Eli
Thaw.
He came here six years ago from New
York. There are no known survivors.
Services were May 5 at Hellman
Funeral Home, with burial to follow.
PHILLIP SNYDER
68. of 825 1st St.. died Apr. 30. A resi-
lient here lor months, he was in the
garment Industry In New Tork. He
leaves his wife. Sallye, and a son,
Teddy. Services and burial were In
Rochester, with local arrangements by
H,-llniaii Funeral \Chapels.
MRS. ESTHER COSNOVITCH
81, of SL'33 Abbott ave., died May 4. A
r, si.lent here six years, she leaves
three sons, Noah Chase, Joseph Cos-
now and Hen Cosnow; and two daugh-
ters. Mrs. Gloria Kassln and Mrs. L
Hetty Qeffen. Services and burial were !
in New York, with Hellman Funeral
Home In charge of local arrangements.
MRS. ELSIE JACOBY LEVY
T8, or .".in West ave.. died May 3. A
resident her.- six years, she leaves her
husband, l-'-li\. Servi.es were May ti
at KlveraMe-Baach Memorial Chapel,
GEORGE OSTERMAN
92. ol the Dade County Home ror the
Axed, died May 3 In a loeal hospital.
QOXVON
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JllttrMa 1-7(77
Imberman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late
JACOB (JACK) IMBERMAN
formerly of 5:80 S.W. 5th Street,
u'lll tal(e place
Sunday, May 26th at 2:30 p.m.
at Mt. Sinai Memorial Parl(
Cemetery U'tth
Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating.
Mr. Imberman is survived by his
wife, Hilda; a son. Ira; a daugh-
ter. Gale, his mother, Hannah;
also four brothers, Phil. Louis.
Dave and Ben.
Friends and relatives arc asked to .
be present.

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MKS. MICHAEL SUVfffSTf .N
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Silversteins Will Reside on Beach
Miss Marti Warsaski became the
bride of Michael J. Silverstein on
Sunday. May 19. at the Algicr- ho
trl. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
fit ated.
The bride's parents are Mrs.
David Warsaski and the late Mr.
i iski. of 9950 E. Bay Harbor
dr. The groom's parents are Mr.
Samuel Silverstein, of 7332 Byron
;ivi-.. Miami Beach, and Mrs S. Sil-
\ The bride wore a ballerina-length
white chantilly lace gown with a
scoop neck, trimmed in seed pearls
< She wore a tiara of seed pearls
jwith a fingertip-length veil of
l French illusion. She carried a
white Bible covered with white
orchids.
Maid of honor was Luba Benson,
in a lavender tulle ballerina gown
with headpiece to match.
Best man was Mr Ross Prichason.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma and the Univer-
sity of Miami. The groom, a grad-
uate of the University of Miami, is
now a practicing attorney in Miami
Beach.
After a honeymoon to Mexico
City and Acapulo, the couple are
residing at 30 S. Shore dr.. Nor-
mandy Isle.
Germany is Home For the Katlers
Miss Sandra Henriette Stark be-
came the bride of John Katler on
May 19 at Temple Sinai in Holly
wood. Rabbi David Shapiro offici-
ated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Louie Stark, of Holly-
v. od The grooms parents are
?lr. Nat Kalter and Mrs Ethel
Alexander. Clifton. N J
The bride wore an ivory slipper
Mtia gown, featuring an off-the-
sh.iulder bodice scattered with nad
p.arls and iridescent sequin- and
a chapel train. Her crown of seed
pearls had an elbow-length veil of
illusion gathered to it. The bride
carried her brother's Bible covered
with white sweetheart roses and
I -tephanotis.
J The bride's sister. Miss Rosalyn
Stark, was maid of honor, and her
bridesmaids were Miss Rose Nar-
della and Mrs. Gerry Wright. They
wore aqua cocktail-length dresses
in princess style.
Mr. Mike Ross was best man.
A dinner at the Thunderbird mo-
tel followed the ceremony Both
bride and groom are graduates of
South Broward High School,
The bride and groom will honey-
moon in Mannheim. Germany, and
will live there during Mr. Katlers
tour of duty with the Army
M*S. IMAMVtl SI AM AM
Rabbi Skop Hears Hadler Vows
Arlene Futernick and Maurice G. I fitted bodies a m. t
Hadler exchanged vows before Rab- co onet w s cauBht Z km '^
bJ Morris Skop at his Cora. Gables sk ZT She car ieTa'
home ,n 6 p.m. jit*. Sunday. Map |B,b!e covered wh white oSSa
The bride is the daughter of Mr. HiliTscC andT 5 ^
and Mrs. Jack Futernick. 1511 S\\ \ Miami *' Lruver-'t> *
Parents' Day fete Due
Beth El Congregation Sisterhood
will hold a Parent's Day dinner it
Dora August auditorium Sunday
evening. May 26 Mrs. William
Swimmer and Mrs Sam Philips are
co-chairmen of the affair
Attorney, Doctor
Will Reside on
N. Hibiscus Isle
Vivian Lenore Scheaffer and Dr.
Emanue! Mordecai Stadlan exchang-
ed vows Sunday. Mjr IB, in 3 p.m.
rites at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated.
The bride ia the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack M. Sche'affer. 2135
Bay dr.. Normandy Isle. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joshua Z. Stadlan. 1838 Bay rd .
Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in a waltz
I length dress of white imported
.Swiss embroidered organdy. The
cloche was of the same material
and featured a tulle fingertip veil.
Her bouquet was of white lilacs.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Marvin A. Hoas. Dr. Syl-
van Art Schotz was beet man, and
ushers included Milton Eber; Allan
Bianco, brother-in taw of the
groom; Stephen Yal* Scheaffer.
nephew of the bride: Dr. Gerald
Horowitz, of New York; and Jer-
ome Lichtenstein, the groom's cou-
sin, Chicago.
Cantor Abraham Seif, of JCneseth
Israel Congregation, rendered the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Joseph Schreibman accompanied at
the organ.
The bride attended Florida State
College for Women and is an hon-
ors graduate of the University of
Florida law school. The groom
graduated from the University of
Wisconsin and U of W medical
school.
Newlywed Mrs. Stadlan is a
member of the Florida Bar, Miami
Beach Bar Assn.. Florida Aaan. of
Women Lawyers. National Aaan. of
Women Lawyers, American Bar
Assn. and American Judicature- So-
ciety. She is currently associated '
with the law firm of Turk and'
Newman.
Dr. Stadlan is presently a resi-
dent in neurology-at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital jutd a fellow of
the VS. Institute of .Health y
A reception followed the cere-
mony at ,tbe Fontainebleau hotel.
Out-of-town" guests Included Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Conn, uncle and
aunt of the bride. Jack Bloom. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Freed man. uncle
and aunt of the groom. Miss Char
lene Freedman, cousin of the
groom, Mrs. Louis Unterman, great-
aunt of the groom, all of Chicago;
Leo Schiffman,
After a wedding trip to Naasau,
the couple are at home at 425 N.
Hibiscus dr.. Hibiscus Island.
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Miss Sinowitv
Navy Man Wet!
In a wedding perform
the Temple Boa
New York City, Ermans,
witz became the bride a*I
Philip F. Gibber.
The bride is the Avifal
and Mrs Henry Smowjugfl
N.Y. Lt. Gibber is tie mL
Bessie Gibber, 1234 Eaj!
Miami Beach.
Dr. Israel Goldstein, i J_
B'nai Jeshuran, and Dr. a^J
bendiger. of Liberty. offwa]
The former Hist SiDmti
ated from Boston (Jonas)
the New York School eX
Work. Lt. Gibber trass*!
Massachusetts Institute }
nology He it attached tsM
Air Station at Quooatr
Following a vtefaj'
throughout the southern i
couple will live ia East f
R.I.
Mini, fleers; la*/
Mnl tMca, Mm"
Wtmrnn at (h^M I
*t.n st saW cast, ad!
Mif-wiri. lev leavi
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H*hrw-tinlrth, s*af 1
July, it urn p*"'
kiea'trsertts ia hst-Cl .
tack WrittltS.luJWi"]
ltith ave. The groom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hadler, 1500
SW 19th st.
Maid of honor was Arlene For-
ter. Morris Futernick was best
man.
The bride chose a' ballerina-
length bridal gown of imported
chantilly lace and nylon tulle fash-
ioned with a sabrina neckline and
Wander, Sigman
Exchange Vows
Miss Evelyn Wander and Robert
Sigman were married Saturday
evening in the home of her sister,
Mrs. David Horovitz, 2300 SW 24th
st. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg of
Temple Beth David officiated.
The bride is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wander
of McKeesport, Pa. He is the son
of Mrs. Anna Sigman. 1781 SW 23rd
at., and the late Morris Sigman.
The couple will live in Miami.
Mr Hadler attended Miami High
School. University of Miami and
graduated from Wentworth In
rtttate, Boston. Mass. He presently
is associated with Dash Door and
Closer Service Inc.
A reception followed at the Em
Press hotel. The couple are on a
ftoc trip through New York
-Ma-sachusetU and Canada
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1957^
lersons Will
b for N. Y.
Cromer Pallot and Dr.
mjder-on exchanged vows
j Joseph Narofs study
T.\ Temple Israel,
tpd Mrs Wigderson is the
fof Mrs. Estelle Cromer,
Lietian Me Motel, pioneer
Rgderson. a Miami Beach
fast, is te son of Mr. and
I Wigderson. 620 9th st.
d Mrs. Wigderson will
. New York this weekend
hev will spend two weeks.
person will attend meetings
[merican College of Chest
U and the American Med-
D. while there.
Ittes Will
je\ in Catskills
I.ee Roscnthal became
tin Serotte in 7 p.m. rites
May lf>. at B'rith Israel
knie> Sj nagopue of Buffalo,
Ku i-. ic Klein and Can-
rle- Gudovitz officiated.
rim i- the daughter of Mr.
Donald Morris Rosenthal.
|th si Miami Beach. The
[parents are Mr. and Mrs.
In. Serotte. of Buffalo.
ride was attired in a gown
silk game, with Guipure
til. The bodice, in a long
frect. hail a sabrina cuff col-
pong sleeves. The very full
orn over hoops and crino-
nninated to a chapel sweep.
|ift cap of silk gauze and
D. held her lingertip veil of
illusion.
limed a white Bible, cover-
i wnite orchid corsage, the
lute ribbon entwined with
vnritey.
of honor was Mrs. Barvl
[in aqua chiffon ov uor bridesmaids were Miss
Rosenthal and Miss Judy
itc in petal pink over taf-
nylon sheer embroidered
i skirts.
tow-nine and Barry Ap-
{mue ushers.
reception followed the
i at the synagogue. After a
i trio t<> the Nevele Coun-
^in th- Catskill Mountains,
' i will !* at home at 2325
ave.. Buffalo. N.Y.
J3r JAM MBM
Out-of-Towners
Will Fete Faber
r^m,"3''^ Faber wi" beme
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services, May 25. of Beth David
rongreKation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
herg will officiate.
Jan is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Marx Faber, 2430 SW 21st st
Miami.
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at Shenandoah Junior
High School, where he is a member
of the orchestra and Advanced
Mathematical Society. He is also
overall scholarship chairman.
Out-of-town guests who will at-
tend the ceremony in honor of Jan
are Mrs. Eadic Deutsch and daugh-
ter, Lisa, Hollywood, Calif.; Mr
and Mrs. Albert Faber, Chicago,
III.; and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Gott-
lieb and daughter, Arline, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Gottlieb, Mr. Leon Gott-
lieb and Mrs. Irving Gottlieb, all of
Savannah, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Whiteman, Atlanta. Ga.
The Bar Mitzvah's uncle, Milton
Faber, of Chicago, may also be a
last-minute surprise guest.
No personal invitations are being
extended. All friends have been
invited to attend.
Harold lay, son of Mr. and
Mr. Jack Turk, 4525 Jefferson
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. May 25, at
Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
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Stanley Haritan Bar Mitzvah
Saturday at Beth Emeth
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Haritan, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. May 25, at
Beth Emeth Con- -
gregation.
Rabbi David W.
Herson will offi-
ciate at the Bar
Mitzvah cere-
mony.
Mr. and Mrs.
Haritan will be
hosts at the Kid
dush following.
1'hey will also be
hosts at the Oneg
Shabbat at the conclusion of Fri-
day evening services.
STANLtY
Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Sirkin, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday morning,
May 25. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Allen is a
seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
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cil.
"On the other hand, I am a mer-
chant businessman, beholden to no
individual or to any group of king-
makers who could dangle me on
their string to force me to do their
bidding. I am. and will remain, a
free thinker, applying my common
sense for the benefit of all the
people of my community," Hertz
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pay me a fee. I am no real estate
man, so I can't hope to sell you any
land or make any deals. All I can
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dence, and a deep and sincere in-
ner satisfaction of serving my com-
munity."
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Payton, 9048 Dickens ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, May 25, at the North
Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
conduct the services. Robert is a
student in the religious school of
the Center and attends Nautilus
JuniorHigh.
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Gilbert, 7710 Tatum Waterway dr.,
will also become Bar Mitzvah. Rab-
bi Abramowitz will again officiate.
Mark is a student in the religious
school of the Center and attends
Nautilus Junior High.
Charles Buchberg
Is Bar Mitzvah
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Buchberg, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Maariv services Sat-
urday evening, May 25, 5 p.m., at
Beth David Congregation.
Charles is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ada Meiritt School and has
attended religious school for a num-
ber of years.
Out-of-town guests will include
his great-grandmother, Mrs. Kate
Goldner; Mrs. Rose Schnebel, ma-
ternal grandmother; Louis Buch-
berg, paternal grandfather; and
Mrs. Phil Berk and Mrs. Seymour
Alcabes, aunts.
A Shalos Seudos, tendered by the
Buchbergs in the Bar Mitzvah's
honor, will follow the service.
Andrew, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Nelson Zivite, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday morning,
May 21. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Andrew is
a seventh grade student at
Nautilus, and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
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Rabbi Tibor Stern will officiate,
and Cantor Mamches will chant the
Sabbath liturgy.
Martin attends Miami Beach
Junior High School and is in the
seventh grade.
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Mrs. Irwin Liss, president of the
Miami chapter of Hadassah, an-
nounces that a new group of Ha-
dassah is being established in the
South Miami and Kendall area. Or-
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Monday noon at the home of Mrs.
Norman Green, 7460 SW 57th ter.
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Confab Program .!*
Unfolds at BB Meet
f*%'
'An action-parked program for
B'nai B'rith's big District 5 conven-
tion in mid-June began unrolling
this week when the first official
reports poured in at Monday's
steering meeting at Hillel House.
Convention journal chairman
Sidney H. Palmer tallied an un-
precedented sum for what will be
District 5's "most unusual" sou-
venir convention book for the dis-
trict's 22.500 members, he said.
I. Albert Pallor, overall chair-
man, and Harry S. Sehwertx, con-
vention chairman, presented tes-
timonials to B'nai B'rith from the
Mayors of Miami, Coral Gables,
Hi.l.ah, Miami Beech and Holly-
Miami Beach i
f"*" Prry w^-*
-Jne Seville hotel
,U JackM Fink tw
win Marger is ch.i2
mttee p|anninCgh^l
Digging in for a month's solid action for Dis-
trict 5's June 22 B'nai B'rith convention are
ibese top-level officials in South Florida Men's
Council: Michael Sossin, first vice president:
Sianley D. Caidin, president; Sidney Efronson,
c dvisory board chairman; and Sol I. Rappa-
port second vice president Rappaport is im-
mediate past president of Coral Gables Lodge.
Sossin. director of retiree Blackstone hotel, is
immediate past president of Miami Beach
Lodge. One dozen hotels will house B'nai B'rith
delegates from seven Southeastern states.
Opening event is June 16 pre-convention frolic
at Raney-Plaza.
President Ralph Spero and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth
Sholom, confer with Judge Kenneth Oka relative to the plague
v hich will be presented to Judge Oka in recognition of his
three years of service as chairman of Temple board. Plaque
-.. ill be presented at annual meeting of congregation Thursday
evening, May 30. in Temple auditorium.
Convalescent Home Takes Over Hotel
Rabbis List Limits
Of Supervision
Rabbis affiliated with the United
Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth will
not lend their names individually
to any supervision of ka.shrnth in
' public institutions such as hospi-
i tals and aged homes or business
I enterprises such as hotels, cater-
ings establishments and restaurants
unless these are under the gen-
eral supervision of the Vaad.
This resolution was passed at
a join* meeting of the rabbis
and board of administration of
the Vaad May 7 at 842 Washing-
ton eve., the Vaad offict.
"Any business or public institu-
tion using the name of a Vaad-af-
filiated rabbi as supervisor of kash-
ruth will be misrepresenting its
status if such business or public
institution is not already under
United Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth
supervision." the resolution added.
A special pledge of endorsement
for the successful convention was
received from Florida Gov. LeRoy
Collins and State Senators George
Smathers and Spessard Holland.
Keynote speaker at opening cere-
monies will be Philip Klutznick,
president of the Supreme Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. Presiding will be Ju-
lian Blachman, District Grand
Ivodge 5 president.
Mrs. Miriam Boblasky, president
of B'nai B'rith Women. District 5.
will address the first Joint men's
and women's luncheon Sunday,
June 23.
'Gt-Acqmmt*" Dance
Get Acquainnted" dance will be
held at ilialeah Miami Springs Jew-
ish Center. 961 Flamingo Way,
Saturday evening, June 1. Partici-
pating organizations are Flamingo
chapter, B'nai B'rith, Jewish War
Veterans Post 681 and Auxiliary,
and Men's Club and Sisterhood of
the Center.
3ikur Cholim Kosher Conval-
escent Home of Greater Miami b:i~
I MB over the Boston hotel at 310 '
( llins ave. for its new site.
Transfer of the hotel from owner
H rry I.oavi't to the Home WSJ |
acted last week at the Miami
Rabbi Gross Will
Address Confab
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
I a speaker at the annual conven-
tion of the National Assn. of He-
hiew Day Schools PTA's.
The two day convention, sched-
uled for May and 30 in Balti-
r-ore, Md., is sponsored by Tnrah
Itaaeeerah. a national organisation
dedicated to the establishment of
V -brew day schools in the United
States in conjunction with the Na-
tional Assn. of Hebrew Day Schools
PTA's, an affiliate group.
Rabbi Grose will speak et the
Thursday session. May 79. en
'Achieving e World View."
Theme of the convention is "Im-
port of Dey School Education on
Personality Growth."
More than 500 delegates repre-
rmtlng over 200 Hebrew day
schools in the country are expected
to attend.
The PPTA of the Hebrew Acad-
emy has been a member of the na-
tional body for the past five years.
Beach law offices of Turk & New-
man
Representing the Home were
Mrs. Victoria Roe, chairman of
its planning board, and Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen, Alfred Lesser, Mrs.
Harry Einhorn and Mr. and Mr.
Edward Elkin.
The Bikur Cholim Kosher Con-
valescent Home was fo-inde 1 ia
1951 by Mr and Mrs Hyir.an Rogh,
of Long Beach. L on one of their
regular winter visits here. Mr. Hy-
man has since passed away
The organ .ration now has 'lose to
500 memDers. whose purpose is "to
bring aid. shelter und car- to per-
sons rerupriat int- from severe oper-
ations or other illnesses, with prior-
ity given to those unable to pay
for this care at private conval-
escent homes."
Present at the meeting were Rab-
bis Benjamin Blech, Coral Way
Jewish Center: Sbmaryahu Swir
sky. Beth El; If. Louis Rottman,
Beth Israel: Tibor Stern, Beth Ja-
cdb; Arie Becker, Beth Raphael;
Joseph Rackovsky. Beth Tfilah; and
Simon April. Miami Hebrew\School.
Tempi,. Kmanu-ElJ
"h annual confir^
**"* of ttaH
*J religious school rrida,.
Jun; s This confir2
marks the completioTJ
.pupils who are ninth
dents m public sctwafe
Temple Emanu-Ba^!
I Rabbi irving Ufcnj,
i leader of the conSSl
>c.ae_ cantor S*
I lead the congregation,
ands in the singing of,
! hymns. Participates ]_
I cial program. entitled i
the Year." will be (hew,
ants:
Judy Carole Applets- k
terof Mr and Mrs. Benn*!
,baumn; Robert, son of Mr j
J Louis Feigenbaum; Og* ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs M
man; Barry Stephen.vwrfl
|Mrs. Harry Gersten; Adt*|
(daughter of Mr. and Mr,
,Goldkand: Virginia Aim.,.
of Mr and Mrs. AleuideM
Barry Leonard, son of
Mrs. Herman Halpert; _
son of Mr and Mrs. Abel,
I Jon. son of Mr. and an,!,
|N. Klein; Sherry Lrna. dig]
Mr. and Mrs. Hylan Km
jick Stewart, son of Mr.,
j Frank Lane; Iris Dee, i
' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipte
Phyllis Dee, daughter of L
Mrs. Herman R Mechlowitcl
daughter of Mr. and Mai
Michele. daughter of Mr. i
1 Arnold Renkoff; Erie, I
I Mrs. Sylvia Roth; Asa
daughter of Mr. and Mn
.Schwartz: Harvey Calif,
land Mrs Sam D. Shapiro.I
Men, daughter of Mr. led!
ton Wasserman; Janice,!
i Mrs. Evelyn Weinman.
Birthday Luncheon
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite. Center will hold a birth-
day luncheon Wednesday noon at
the Center. Chairman is Mrs. S.
Ravitz.
Federation Exec
Attends Confabs
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, exe-
cutive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will partici-
pate in the programs of two na-
tional social work conferences to
be held this week end in Philadel-
phia and Atlantic City.
At the annual forum of the Na-
tional Conference on Social Wel-
fare on Thursday, Dr. Rosenberg
was to be a discussant with the com-
bined associate groups in a panel
on "Desegregation and Integra-
tion."
On Sunday. Dr. Rosenberg will
be chairman of a discussion group
jon "Contemporary Thinking on
! Problems of Personal Adjustment."
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24.1957
of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
installed at Seville hotel, are fiist row
,'righl) Sidney A. Levy, vice president;
iMarger, president elect; Jack M. Fink.
eat; Daniel M. Broad, and Irving Schatz-
rice presidents. Second row are Sieg-
eiwnar, honorary life president; Allen
j, trustee; Edward M. Levin, recording
r; Harry B. Rogers, treasurer; Paul Sei-
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Page 11-B
Miami Chapter Delegation Attends
Southeast Area AJCommittee Meet
Led by Southeast area director of
the American Jewish Committee
Seymour Samet, a delegation of
AJCommittee members from Mi-
ami last weekend attended the
Tea's second annual conference at
the Biltmorc hotel in Atlanta, Ga.
Sinclair Jacobs and Benjamin M.
Parker were co-chairmen, with the
Atlanta chapter of AJCommittee
acting as host. Comins to the meet-
ing were affiliate chapters from
deiman. Joseph A. Kogoe. Jack August, trus-
tees. Third row are Harry Milton Lazer, finan-
cial secretary; George Kronengold, monitor;
Gershon S. Miller, Michael SoRsin, and Barnett
Beckerman, trustees. Not shown are Abe
Swartz, assistant monitor; Burnett Roth, war-
den; Sol S. Goldstrom, guardian; Harold Sha-
piro and Harold B. Spaet, trustees.
JOHN r. BILLS
Baiion meeting of the Dade
of American Jewish Con-
rill be held Wednesday at
erne hotel.
ft% to be installed are:
nt, Harry Levy; vice presi-
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
Leonard Friedland; treas-
ury Friedland; financial
r, David Brodsky; record-
f'etery, James Paulen; and
Banding secretary, A. I.
1.
Vaakov G. Rosenberg,
W of the South Florida
of American Jewish Con-
Ifill be installing officer.
iThclni.i Kichman, national
pt ef the Women's Division
IAukth.,,, Jewish Congress,
fcfjyiait in.rtje Miami area,
I SUcst speaker for tb.e eve-
Peoples Gas Plans
Expansion. Program
An $11,000,000 expansion pro-
gram to prepare Peoples Gas Sys-
tem for natural gas was announced
last week by Phillip C. Crowen,
president of the company.
At the same time, Crowen said
three specialists in their particular
fields had been added to the staff
to aid in planning now under way
for conversion to natural gas.
The $11,000,000. Crowen explain-
ed, was appropriated by the board
of directors to cover the cost of
converting the System's two oper-
ating units. Peoples Water and Gas
Company and the Tampa Gas Com-
pany, and extending their distri
bution facilities to 17 more muni-
cipalities on Florida's east coast
and two more on the west coast.
"The Houston Texas Gas and
Oil Corporation has said it plans
to start construction of a natural ]
gas pipeline to Florida around
July 1 and expects to complete it
in 12 to 14 months," Crowen no-
ted. "Since we are Florida's lar-
gest gas utility, we want to be
ready when Houston Gas is."
The staff additions include John
T. Bills. George V. Justin and Sam-;
uel H. Ewing.
Justin. 49-vcar old veteran of the ;
Providence (R.I.) Gas Company has, He will succeed Ralph Sparo,
been employed as director of oper-1 who has been at '"^lm^of Jh*
ational planning.
Bills, Miami-business and public
relations consultant and former fi-
nancial editor of the Miami Herald.
has been retained as director of
advertising and public relations.
Ewing. former district manager
for Peoples Water and Gas, has
been assigned to the System staff
as business development specialist.
When the expapsion program is
completed, tlje tililjiy president
said, the present
Homestead Center
Names Leaders
Art Rosen, president of Home-
| stead Jewish Center, has announced
I Center committee members as fol-
lows:
Mrs. Ralph Raphael and Eli Ram-
mer, hospitality; Mrs. Mae Brenner
and Mrs. Max Steinfink. sunshine;
Ralph Rapacl and Irving Pescoe,
membership; Morris Gertz, Sol Neu-
man and Jacob Tamber, religious.
Sid Kantcr, Mrs. Sal Cullotto,
Mrs. David Rice and Mrs. Joseph
Goldberg, entertainment; Nat
Bauman, Herman Marks and Sam
Magnus, building and house; Bill
Raskin and Sal Cullotto, griev-
ance; Ralph Raphael, publicity;
David Rica and Mrs. Paul Loener,
refreshments.
According to Rosen, new mem-
bers include Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lippson, Mr. and Mrs. George Pet-
zolt, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kimel-
man and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wolf.
In charge of" refreshments fol-
lowing a meeting at which the com-
mittee appointments were announ-
ced were Mrs. Julius Finkel and
Mrs. Nat Bauman.
Alabama, Florida, Georgia and
Louisiana.
, Miamians who attended includ-
ed R. W. Apte, treasurer; David
B. Fleeman, chairman of the ex-
ecutive committe; Col. Nathan B.
Rood, vice president and a mem-
ber of the national executive
committee; Mrs. Charles Leeds,
member of the committee on
community relations; Herbert L.
Markow, member of the execu-
tive committee; Mrs. Jandc.i
Schwartz, executive assistant;
and Dr. Jandon Schwartz.
Samuel Lubell, nationally famous
political analyst and election fore-
caster, was guest speaker at ths
dinner Saturday night. Herbert B.
Ehrmann, of Boston, national AJC
vice president, was honor guest at
the Sunday luncheon and presented
a review of events on the interna-
tional scene in a talk on "Riddle
of the Middle East."
Sunday morning's session was de-
voted to a roundup of activities in
the various communities and a re-
View of hate groups operating in
the area: Round table discussions
followed on ''Religion in our Public
Schools" and "Today's South."
The conference paid tribute to
the 50th anniversary celebration,
marking the founding of AJC a half
century ago.
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Serbin Takes Over
At Sholom's Helm
John Serbin. of 4554 ;>dams ave ,
Miami Beach, will be formally
elected president of Temple Beth
Shoiom at an annual dinner meet-
inp of the congregation Thursday nerstag.
evening. May 30. in the new ban-
ciuet hall of the Temple.
Bureau's Meeting
Slated on June 2
Annual Meeting of the Bureau
of Jewish Education will be held
Sunday evening, June 2, at the Se-
ville hotel.
The meeting will include the in-
stallation of newly elected officers
of the Bureau by Dr. H. Franklin
Williams, vice president of the Uni-
jversity of Miami.
The program will also include a
nni-ieal cantata "Yisroal V'oraitah"
with a cast of trained voices from
the Miami Hadassah Choraliers. un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jack Don-
Liebman is Speaker
Mr. Seymour B. Liebman. presi-
dent of the Southeast region of the
Zionist Organization of America,
this week addressed a membership
rally of the Memphis, Tenn., Zion-
ist District and the Clarksdale,
Miss., District. Both districts ac-
cepted a 25 percent membership: in-
crease over last year's quota.
congregation since 1954. Mr. Ser-
bin has served the Temple as
vice president and Chairman of
the building fund campaign for
the past few years.
A special feature of the meeting
will be a dramatized ani.u.il report
Louis Schwartzmen, executive
director of the Buerau, will pre-
sent "Headlines of the Bureau"
and a report from the National
Conference on Jewish Education.
Greetings will be extended by the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
The committee on arrangements
includes Mrs. Charles E. Gottlieb,
chairman,. Mrs. Harold T.iurman
and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, co-chair-
men, and Mrs. Lili Duntov, Mrs.
affiliates will participate.
officers to be elected are.
J. A. Cantor. Dr. Meyer Eggnatz,
work force of Judge Harry A. Grcenberg and Mor-
some 400 employ* will bo doubled ry B. Morrise. vice presidents^ Ben-
TrTs^tem.VorWs largest gas jam.n B. Rimer, treasurer; So. S.
utility, now serves 21 jmnicipali- Pine, financial w^JW**'
ties in Dade. Broward and Hills
borough counties.
in which the presidents of Temple Harry A. Greenberg. Mrs. Sol Gold-
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corporate Rifts committee. Over 60
Sm, and dYk leaders have ac-
,,,,,,! .mber>hiP on the commit-
tee. Mahoney said.
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Dade's United Fund
Launched as Charter
Signed by Anderson
I>de county's United Fund came tor members are John S. Knight,
into being this wk si Judge Rob I) J. Mahoney. Max Orovitz, George
ert H. Anderson of the Circuit
Court approved the organization's
history-making charter which is ex-
pected to help merge most of the
community's fund raising activities
The document was signed by the
six charter members who will each
hold an office. The six were named
by 65 Dade business, labor and eh k
leaders at a meeting Apr. 29 in the
Columbus hotel, where those at-
tending voted unanimously for a
United Fund for Dade county. Char-
E. Whitten. McGregor Smith, and
Comer J. Kimball
Kurman Reelected
To His Sixth Term
Abe Kurman. 30-year Miami resi-
dent, was reelected to a sixth term
as president of the Jewish Home
for the Aged by its board of di-
rectors and was cited "for outstand
ing service in the development of
the Home as one of the nation's
leading institutions "
Alto elected at meeting her*
this week were Miami Beach
Councilman Harold B. Spatt, hon-
orary president, Irving Cypen,
board chairman; Col. Jacob M.
Arvey, Baron da Hirsch Mayer
and Oavid Phillips, vie* presi-
dents; Stanley M. Backarman.
Hollywood, treaturer; Sam Rat-
nick, financial secretary; Mrs. Sol
Silvarman, corresponding secre-
tary; and Mrs. Moses Krieger, re-
cording secretary.
Kurman announced that the ma-
jor objeetive during the coming
>'ir will be the elimination of the
old cottages and their replacement
by pavilions similar to the Gtti Trau
Pavilion which was dedicated last
December.
"Upon completion of the project-
ed pavilions all ambulatory real
dents will be housed in private
rooms." Kurman said. He stressed
that one of the most important fac
tors in maintaining optimum phvsi
cal and mental health of senior citi-
rens in an Institutional setting "is
the need for privacy, as well as
comfort and beauty."
The new organization, to be
known as th* United Fund of
Dado County, Inc., has aa its ob-
lecttv* "to raise funds in Dade
cadrtty for the financing in whole
or in part, of local, state and na-
tional organizations conducted
for charitable, health, welfare
and allied purposes, by means of
a unified campaign, with the ob-
ject of reducing duplication of
effort and expense caused by sep-
arate campaigns; and to provide
the plans, facilities, manpower
and community leadership for
such unified fund-raising cam-
paigns."
"To assist contributors and the
objects of thejr contributions by
providing a central means for re-
viewing the appeals of such organ-
izations and advising contributors
regarding the nature of such or-
ganizations, their activities, meth-
Odi of financing, use of funds and
such other information as may be
desirable in that respect
Knight, publisher of The Miami
Herald and other Knight newspa-
pers throughout the country, was
elected by the charter' members
to serve as the first president of
the organization. Knight has at
one time or another actively served ,
with or thrown support to nearly '
all the organizations eligible to be
included in the United Fund.
Four vice presidents will help
guide the formation of the organ-
ization. They are Mahoney. pub-
lisher of The Miami Daily News;
Orovitz. Miami Beach investor;
Smith, chairman of the board of
the Florida Power and Light Co.;
and Whitten, president of Bur-
dine's.
James I. Keller. Jr.. now
dent of the Miami YMCA, was elect
ed treasurer of th* organization
He is the only citizen named to**a
office in the United Fund who was
not a charter member.
According to the United Fund's
charter, the membership of the new
group will he made up in the fol-
lowing manner:
I. Every individual, firm, associa-
tion and corporation who makes a
contribution to or for the benefit
of the corporation shall be eligible
for admission to membership in the
corporation; 2. all agencies receiv-
ing, in whole or in part, their op-
erating funds from this corporation
shall be members; 3. the board of
directors may elect individuals to
honorary memberships for out-
standing and unselfish service to
the public welfare.
The charter calls for a board of
directors of not less than 50 nor
more than 150 people and an execu-
tive committee of not less than 15
nor more than 30 persons.
Knight is expected to hold an or-
ganizational meeting shortly to ap-
point working committees in the
United Fund. Key committee will
be the admissions committee, which
will begin immediately to invite
charitable, health, welfare, youth
and community organizations to
join the United Fund.
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Councilman Bernard A. Frank discusses citvwid.^
Flamingo Park Saturday evening, with zm*Ij
Leonard Coleman. Broadway m'JS SSfiil
wife of Beach city council candidate, will be featZ?
entertainment program. '
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Mahoney and Orovitz have
handled key positions in top fund
raising organizations her* for
many years and Smith and Whit-
ton wore the two mn credited
"th organ,i.ng the Community
Chest-Red Cross Federated Fair-
Share Plan in 1950. Some 50,000
mployees now give to charity
under that once-a-year plan.
Kimball. who last year .,,<, as
president of the Community Chest
was named secretary of the United
Fund.
#3#
Series of curved roof surfaces of new South feature black ceramic mosaic tftas, t
Shore Branch of Miami Beach Federal Savings colored glazed tiles Building, br wh
and Loan Assn. will be of than reinforced con- T. Reader Associates are architecti, if
crete slabs. Exterior facades of building will der construction at Washington aw. <
Beach Federal Plans New South Shore Building
First new business building on space for customers at the rear of chairman of the Souls I
Miami Beach's South Shore in 201 the lot. It will have entrances on I mittee of the Miami f
years is under way with the con-, Washington ave. and on 8th st. Ed- ber of Commw. i
a new home for the win T. Reeder Associates are the president of the Wa
Washington Avenue Assn.
Reelects Officer Slate
At a board of directors' meet-
ing of the Washington Avenue
Assn. this week, the following offi-
cers were reelected for the ensu-
ing year, according to Ray Redman,
executive director:
Milton Smith, president; Marcus
O. Sarokin, first vice president;
Ben E. Bronston. second vice presi-
dent; Jack D. Gordon, treasurer;!
and John E. Porte, secretary:
Sacred Service Due
At Tifereth Israel
Pirn ncred twit* to take place
m the new T.fereth Israel Syna-
gogue will he the presentation and
dedic.non of a Sefer Torah on Sun-
oaj at 3 p.m.
The ancient Scroll will be pre-
sented by Dr. and Mrs. J. A Porias
in memory of his mother and bro-
ther-in-law.
will bo brother, Rabbi Abraham
S2Lr* w *. of Be,h
Ematn. Guest neah.r will ^
V^' "*rIh **** T'"P"
Judea. and president of th*
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Participants will be Cantor Al-
bert Glanti. Dr. R Kirsch and choir
and many visitors. Reception honor-
ng Dr. and Mrs. Porus will take
Place following the dedicatory exer
Covered Disk Luncheon
Jeanette Browet. Ruth Brower.
be hostesses at a covereddish
loncb at the HiaJaeJ,*lam, Spr, "
Jewish Cester Tuesday noo/ ngs
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
Ass |1.
Located at the corner of 8th st
nd Washington ave.. the new
structure, which will cost upwards
of $100,000. will be ready for occu-
pancy by Oct. 1.
"Were very much interested in nas bfen smong leaders in activ-
the rehabilitation of the South ities in behalf of the rehabilitation
:rnr.S*Jl R Becker executive of the South Shore. Sarokin is the
vue president, said Wednesday.
"We want our customers at that
location to have as fine a place to
do business m. with as modern fa-
cilitu'v .is ill. our customers in our
new main building and our North
Shore Branch."
The building will extend for 100
feet along Washington ave and be
80 feet deep, with ample parking
South Dade Will
Hold Installation
South Dade Jewish Center will
celebrate its installation of offi-
cers at a dinner dance Saturday at
the Tropical Park club house.
Officers to be installed ere:
President, .,. fMt " president. Henry Wochs.
?y ."- lreid.nt,
Robert Newman; corresponding
"tary. Mrs. .,? Kf.ro, Z
cordln, soret.ry. Mrs. Milton
mm financial aaerae.ry, Ar-
&"" l~-"* "*
Byron Cherkas is chairman of the
..r Rabb. Herbert B.umg.rd
Pr.tu.l leader of the Center, and
Mrs. Baumgard. as well as other
".!. will be present Mrs. Jo.hu.
Segal. 1201 M.nati. Coral 0,bj is
'" charge of reservations.
enue Asm
Our South Short 1
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South Shore Branch of the Miami architects, and Arkin Construction
Co. is the builder.
When the South Shore Branch, ami Beach Federal!
. now at 655 Washington ave., moves first business IwiHkfJ
gton ave.. the new into its new offices, it will be the to adopt the name S"*.
realization of a dream for vice a step in buildings,)
president and manager of the formerly called Suit
branch, Marcus O. Sarokin. who j Sarokin recalled "w
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new building will betBrf
ner of a surge of ae
in the area'
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ial Report on Case
to be Heard at
I report on a case before the Florida Supreme Court and
fcn on the way in which anti-integrationists are using
l^eir campaign to outwit the highest legal authority i
L jjred at a meeting of the Florida regional advisory
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Before Supreme
ADL Meet Here
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in the
lefamsii"" League of Bnai Bnth Sunday morning a"t the
s will be part of the
,h is scheduled to pre-
I b Orr. Jr.. with an
man of the ADL separation of
church and state committee; and
n hi> contribution to "Discriminatory Advertising re
**nl .h. &* before the Su- st. Petersburg, by. George Kronen
be^,el!y M*^ <*.* APL resort
[m
^dent-eleet
fjrith. and mem" To'Te^mmaSFaTmmb n't
Btive committee of
o, The case, which
| jtitc-wide attention,
i Beach county real-
the county realty
["he sold property to
i anti-Semitism in the
ntiin segregation will
by Paul Seiderman,
[the executive commit-
Ireports scheduled to be
lit "Religion in the Pub-
rby Burnett Roth, chair-
the ADL executive committee from
Dade county during the meeting
will be Leonard Abess, honorary
chairman. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
ex-officio. Paul Seiderman, chair-
man, and Abe Aronovitz. Milton
Friedman, Mrs. Peter Glazer, Rich
ard Gerstein. Sam A. Goldstein
George Kronengold, E. Albert Pal-
lot, Benjamin I eyers. a. David
Rayvis, Burnett Roth, Judge Sam I.
Silver, Mrs. Bernard Supworth, San-
ford M. Swerdlin and George Tali-
anoff.
JOHN B. ORR, if.
IFIorida UAHC Plans
ing Meet Sunday
/
Honor Rabbi Skop
tvlff, president of the
I Council of the Union
Hebrew Congrega-
oouneed that the or-
ri!l hold its annual
l at the Seville hotel
110 .i.in to 5 p.m.
i was recently elected
I board of the Union
Hebrew Congrega-
knounced that the organ-
I hold its annual spring
[the Seville hotel Sun-
I to 5 p.m.
i was recently elected
mil board of the union
n Hebrew Congrega-
. body ol over 540 Re-
|iberal congregations, re-
s meeting will include
business session, which
} of reports by standing
on education, syna-
ttat, new congregatios,
pd youth.
ithton meeting will
I tddress by Rabbi Jay
| vice president of UA
I speak on "The Great-
Reform Judaism." At
th rebbinical col-
* Morris A. Skop,
. Coral Gables, will
ll to him in boo-
th year in the rab-
I Skop has served all
|rars in Florida con-
*t meeting will include
Fdinics. which will be
P 'be afternoon, begin-
? Chairing the clinic
integrate New Members
ngregation" is Mrs.
of Temple Israel.
obi Leon Kronish, of
Wi Sholom, will present
Mhe subject, as will Na-
gr. Temple Judea. and
*'. of Temple Beth El,
h^l Klein, of Holly-
IPnjwirt a paper on the
Z 1 an s,Merhoods and
""Relate m the Temple
r**** this clinic will
rK. *nn,r- President
fhood of Temple Israel,
Fining papers wUl
^Wftw.vice presi-
g^rtood of the South
V^'er, Mrs. Irving
jjtoidtat of the Sis-
rh*1* I^ael. and Al-
r0, Pr^'dent of the
Greater Miami Federation of Tem-
ple Brotherhoods.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temple.
Israel, will present a paper on "The
Responsibilities of Rabbi and Con-
gregation to Each Other." Harry
Halpern of Temple Israel, West
Palm Beach, and Herman FeWman.
Dade nominees to the regional
S T 5"! !nC'Ude James Al-
S, i \ Apte- Sidney Arono-
tuci.Kabbi.II. Baumgard .Herman
Binder, Judge Irving Cypen. Ben
Essen. Jack F.nk. Judge Charles
(ertler, Jules Gilette, Nate Glick-
man, Charles Goldstein. Mrs. Elea-
nor Greenberg. Mrs. Jennie Cros-
ttger, Samuel Halperin, B. J. Har-
i-adore Hecht, Rabbi Leon Hur-
witz. Ernest Janis, Dr. Jack K
u ,1' V- Kaplan' Irvin K""eh,
Walter Kovner. Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish Sidney Lefcourt, Joseph Lip-
Ion. Lewi* Loeb. Hank Meyer Leo
Mindlin. Morry Morris. Judge Ray-
mond Nathan. Judge William Pal-
lot, David Pollack.
Dr. Harold Rand, Joe Ravvis Mrs
Fannie Reich. Leonard Rivkind,
Simon Rubin. Milton Sadoff, M. O L
Sarokin. John Serbin. Hon Harold i Hours are Monday through
Shapiro, Sam Shapiro, Fred Shoe-'Fnday- 9 a-m- t0 12 non-
het, Charles Silvers, Harry Simon-!. ^hool wi" 0Den Sept. 3, with
off. Judge Harold Spaet, Mrs R !lndlvldual classes for each age
Soltz. Henry Wolff, Mitchell Wolf-'level from tnree thrugh kinder-
enn i n id.m .. garten age.
Program includes music, arts and
crafts, science, indoor and outdoor
play, readiness schedule for kin-
dergarten and Jewish orientation
Temple Judea Registration
On for Two Schools
Temple Judea nursery school and
kindergarten are now registering
children for the fall term at the
school's office, 320 Palermo, Coral
son, Lou Wolfson, Harry Zukernick.
of South Dade Jewish Center, will
also present papers on this sub- .,
ject. Joseph Fromkin. of Temple SMSjon.
Judea. Coral Gables, will chair this
clinic.
In the final session, beginning at
4 p.m., delegates of the Council will
hear the report of the nominating
committee on new officers for the
coming yeaar. Elections will be
held, and summaries of the idea
clinics will be rendered.
The Greater Miami Federation
of Temple Youth, n affiliate of
the Council, will meet in the
Granada room of the hotel at 4
p.m. Miss Meredith Weiland,
president of the Youth Federa-
tion, announced that delegates
from all Reform and Liberal con-
gregations in the arae will meet
to discuss plans for a summer
program.
Other spiritual leaders who will
participate in the all-day meeting
include Rabbis Marius Ranson,
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauder-
dale; Morris A. Skop, Temple Ju-
dea, Coral Gables; Irving B. Cohen.
Temple Israel, West Palm Beach;
Benno M. Wallach, Temple Sinai,
North Miami; and Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard, South Dade Jewish
Center and director of the South
Florida Council of UAHC.
'Dial-a-Thon' Sets
$57,000 Goal Here
In a final last-ditch effort to
raise desperately needed funds for
55 Jewish welfare causes, at home
and abroad, the Combined Jewish
Appeal this week launched a mass
telephone drive to reach last vear's
contributors, who have failed to re-
new their pledges in 1957.
Leading the Combined Jewish
Appeal "Dial-a-thon" is M. J. Ko-
pelowits, who originated the tie-
phone clean-up idea four years ago
and has served as chairman since
1954.
A goal of $57,000 has been set by
CJA chairman John Serbin's cam-
paign cabinet. The Job should be
completed in two weeks. Serbin be-
lieves. More than $37,000 had been
raised by Wednesday.
"Our telephone squads will call
1,500 CJA contributors who have
not been reached by volunteers in
the closing weeks of the cam-
paign," said Kopelowitz, outlining
plans for the Dial-a-thon.
Launching the unique program
were a host of community leaders
in business and industry, officers
and board members of Federation,
and leading members of the CJA
campaign cabinet.
Kopelowitz set an individual all-
time record in the Dial-a-thon two
years ago when, in a two-week:
period, he completed more than
1.000 telephone calls, obtaining
nearly 600 cash pledges to the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Among volunteers scheduled to
man the bank of telephones next
week are Oscar Mamber, Morris H.
Fenster, F.rieda Blank, Rose Dow,
Efraim Gale, Leon Kaplan, Jo-
seph Kahn, Daniel M. Broad, Archie
Brick, Joseph Nurenberg, Larry
Silverman, Morris Honigbaum, Jo-
seph Kornfield, Paul Press, M. Wil-
liam Galdstone, Maurice Hyman,
David If. Elwitt, Albert J. Hirsch,
Edna Rosenstein and Julius Rosen-
stein.


MAURICC UNGEH
144 1UCLIQ AVENUC
MIAMI BEACH >9. FLA.
May 15, 1957
Mr. Hal Hertz
I2I4.I Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Dear Hal:
I feel that I would not do justice to the bus-
inessmen of this community if I did not write you and
extend my earnest support towards your campaign for
election to City Council.
T m reversing a policy of not usually endorsing
candidates running8forpublic office. However, as a
businessman on Miini Beach for many years and assoc-
iating with you in many civic endeavors, I could not
hSlrTnotlnK your sincere hard work and honest en-
5 or S the good of our wonderful city and the
mu o? tSMrchant and other businessmen.
^I also have noted your activities in seeing that
the .LS? of Miami Beach will bejroU-Ud ^^
Slli^Ti^ S'ir^Sr life through your
efforts.
With bt wishes
I


and kindest regards, I am
HAL HERTZ IS YOUR
ANSWER TO HAND-
PICKED, CONTROLLED
TICKETS
ELECT A QUALIFIED '
MERCHANT BUSINESSMAN
YOUR COUNCILMAN
Maurice Ungar i* Pott President,
Retail Merchants Div., Chamber of
Commerce; Founder and Member
of the Board, Better Business Bu-
reau; Founder and Former Vice
Pres., Lincoln Road Merchants
Division, Community Chest; Mem-
ber, South Shore Committee of the
Civic Leaque; Member, Safety Com-
mittee, Chamber of Commerce.
Hear MAURICE UNGER Introdue. HAL HERTZ on
LETS HAW HERTZ 2
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Plans lor Israel Bond drive in Greater Miami are mapped by Glazier
members of board of governors at an Algiers hotel meeting.
Standing (left to right) are Louis Kenin. Leo Eisenstein, David
Levinson. Rev. Morris Mager. Julius Kasdin. Nathan Vlock. ner Meyers
Harry Simonhoff. Morris Simon. Sidney Ansin. Bernard Rodins, Katzman
Seymour B. Liebman and Israel Bonds city manager Sidney ________^
Max Woitz. Miami Beach Vice
Louis Glasser. Greater Miami
_ division chairman Anna Bren-
William Bornstein, Maurice Hyman and Jack
. Sitting (left to right) are Max I..
Mayor Marcie Liberman, Mrs. Louis Glasser. Greater Miami
chairman Jacob Sher, women's divisii
Ground is Broken for Dade Federal
Permanent Home in Edison Center
The largest fe, 2
*n} ,n the h,** *
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Henry okolie, "J"*
evening. **
The rontingent ,, i
more than 20 in ^
can>* Bar \ZnJm^4
Recipients are Mich*,*
Arnold Fleischman, Zj
Michael Belsky. S,?7
Carl KpMein. Barry SlJ
Snenl. Joseph EfckjTJ
Morchelies, Rond
Talbot
Joel Lefkowiu.L^J
Id Weiner. Jay BeskJj
Weiss, Frank ^Jl
Fabnkant and Larry Pm2
S:x prominent businessmen, with gilded shovels, break ground
for con3truction of Edison Center branch office building of Dade
Feder->1 Saving.* and Loan Assn. of Miami. Joseph M. Lipton,
deft) president of thrift and home financing institution.^ assist-
ed by Randall N. Christmas, Miami's mayor; Everett Eignus,
of Edwin T. Reeder Assoc.. architects; Joseph G. Moretti. con-
tractor; Robert Seelhoff, president, Edison Center Board of
Trade- and Charles J. Summers, managar of Ed;3or. Center
branch of Dade Federal.
Israeli Institutions Need $800 Worth
Of CARE Technical Information Books
MEW YORK To till priority re
qosita from Israel tor new Ameri-
can text and reference bobki, CARE
needs contributions totalling $800
for three educational institution
Though many more Israeli train
ing centers are on the waiting list
tor various types of technical books,
the priority rating of need is based
upon information from Israeli Gov-
ernment education officials, Miss
Patricia Freeman, director of the
Book Divinon, CARE Self Help
Program, explained. The institu
tions, and the amounts needed to
buy and deliver the pacific books
each requires, are:
Public Health Training Center
Library, newly established at
Sarafand for the post-graduate
training of public health workers;
for books on public health, medi-
cine, psychology, $400.
Social Worker- Library, Nazi
nth, serving teachers, social work'
11 .in I probation officers rh i are
being Special!) trained to work with
the large Arab minority in that cit>:
>ks on teacher training, social
sciences, p ychologj and sociology,
: $200.
Contributions in any amount, to
be applied toward tbe-e projects,
should be .sent to CARE Book Fund
660 First a\e Net York Hi. N Y
and clearly marked "lor Israel
Donors of $50 or more may specify
the institution. On all contribu-
tions of $io or more, the donors
[ name is placed on a bookplate in-
side each volume provided.
School of Nursing. Shcarcy
deck Hospital. Jerusalem; for
to date nursing textbook- to
1 prove training standard*. $200
Za
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Summer Confab Now Being Planned
The annual summer convention
of the Southern region of Senior
Young Judaea is now being planned
to take place at Camp Judaea. Hen
dersonville, N.C., from June 10 to
17. Convention theme will be "If
I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem '
Planning and preparation for
the convention is under the chair-
manship of Don Engelberg of
Memphis, regional vice presiden*.
The eight days will include dis-
cussion groups, study sessions,
guest lecturers, social and- rec-
reational events, athletics, con-
tests, creative workshops, busi-
ness session's'! a good time and a
learning experience for the 200
expected Judaeans who will at-
tend from the eight-state region.
To assist and adj ise the Judaeans'
during the eight day lesaibe:. will
be prominent leaders throughout
the South.
The convention will be under the
direction of Harry Kosansky, di-
rector of the Southern Zionist
Youth Commission The Southern
region of Senior Young Judaea U
directed by the Southern Zionist
Youth Commission and jointly
sponsored by the Southeastern re
gion of the Zionist Organization of
America and the Southern. South-
eastern, and Florida regions of lla-
dassah.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the permanent home of the Edison
Center branch office of Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn. of Mi-
ami were held Thursday.
Miami's Mayor Randall N. Christ
mas. officials of the Edison Center
Business Assn and other prominent
businessmen throughout the North-
west area, joined with Joseph M.
I.ipton. president of Dade Federal,
and others from the Assn. in the
preliminary preparations for start
of construction of the modern two-
story building to be erected on the
Northwest corner of the NW 7th
ave. and 58th st intersection.
Kdwm T Reeder and Assoc. are
the architects, and Joseph O. Mor-
etti. Inc., are the building contrac-
tors. The building will contain 17,-
600 square feet and cost nearly
S250.000. Completion date is sched-
uled for December t'sing a gilded
l shovel. I.ipton broke the earth first.
followed by Mayor Christmas.
Lipton said that "this building
will provide each nf our four
offices with a permanent home
of its own. Our confidence in the
futdre growth cf this area was*
the deciding factor in bringing us
to this step. We intend to make
this one of the finest structures
in this community. It will also
have office space for professional
clients who have the same view
about the future as we do.
Hie acceptance of the thrift and
borne financing services we brouwht
out to the folks residing in tin.
was better than we anticipated
Hillel Council
Installs Officers
Hillel Advi>ory Council of B"nai
B'rith ILII Foundation at the I'ni
it) of Miami installed its off]
crs for the 1957 58 season at the
Empress hotel Sunday evening.
(ieorge Talianoff served as both
master of ceremonies and in
filing officers Dr Benjamin Ro-
senberg, executive director of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
was speak*,* Dr Donald Michel
-<>n, I'M director, gave the invoca-
tion
Honored guests from the Unl-
r*ity of Miami included Dr.
nd Mrs. H. Franklin Williams,
Dean Mae Brunson, Dean Ben
David and Dean and Mr.. Noble
Hendrix.
Officers installed were: pres-
ident. Theodore Wayne, (oral Ca-
bles Lodgg;%v|M president, Sidney
Haskoe. (oral Cables Lodge riot
president. Mr, (,erge Baltuch,
^>rth Shore Women's chapter vice
Sir1^."!; M,,rr,H A,*rt- Mum.
Beach lodge
Treasurer. Gilbert Schwartz.
u, ? Jod8e: recor<*"ng secretary,
Mrs Ted Reiner. West Miami chsp-
mT\ c1orresPn'ing secretary, Mrs
Phil Kaplan. Gilbert Balkin chap
Mrs Sam Meyers was installation
chairman.
and we see no reason why they
shouldn't have the best modern
equipment and service we can pos-
sibly give them," Lipton added.
The Edison Center branch of
Dade Federal, located it) temporary
leased quarters at 5797 NW 7th
ave.. began operations in July. 1954.
with Charles J. Summers, assistant
secretary, as manager, and already
serves a family of more than 7.000
members. Its assets are over eight
million dollars. Total resources of
I the four Dade Federal offices ex-
ceed 100 million dollars and the
Assn serves more than 72,500 Dade
county residents.
Zim Lines Launches
New Mideast Route
NEW YORKThe inauguration
of the first direct freight service
from the Great Lakes to Greece.
Cyprus, Turkey. Israel and ports in
other Eastern Mediterranean coun-
tries was announced here this week
DJ the American Israeli Shipping
! Company. Inc.. of 42 Broadway.
owners representatives in Ihe US
ol the Zun Israel Navigation Com-
pany. U The American-Israeli Shipping
Con-.pany also announced the ap-
pointment of the Midwest Steam
thip Agency, Inc., of 327 S. La
Salle st., Chicago, as general
agents for the Zlm Lines Great
Lakes Service. The Midwest
Steamship Agency serves as
freight and passenger agents in
the Middle West for the Zim
Lines' other Narth Atlantic ser-
vices.
The Zim Lines contemplate regu
lar service between the Great Lakes
and the Levant with 7.000 ton
freighters now being built for this
purpose and expected to be ready
for the opening of the St Lawrence
Seaway. For the time being. Zim
will employ chartered vessels of
shallow draft. The first, the steam-
er "Askholm." sails from Chicago
in mid-June, via Milwaukee. Toledo
and Detroit for Piraeus, Iskender-
un. Haifa and Tet Aviv. She will
be followed by another chartered
vessel in July and one or two more
before the Ice closes the Lakes to
navigation.
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^ is Reelected to Fourth Term
is President of the Hebrew Academy
Pag* 15-B
Binder, has been unanimous-
5 president of the He-'
Reelection to his
at a board of
bidcmy
(term came at a
meeting here.
, officers reelected to serve
Genet, chairman, execu-
.nmittec: Dr. David S. An-
onorary president; Kolman
[Harry Levitt and Charles
honorary vice presi-
back Satin. Samuel Reinhard,
Basch. Raymond Rubin,
Firtel. Daniel M. Broad, Max
erg, Max Kamiel and Jaeok-
"" vice presidents; Moses
jitor: Isidore Spolter, re-
trcasurer; Sol Gold-
iecretary; and Sidney Ru-
finance secretary.
.|y elected officers are
Marcie Liborman,
iet Committee
ring Requests
'budget committee of the
Miami Jewish Federation
n conducting hearings dur-
[past three weeks as part of
of determining recom-
gons for allocatioBB to lo-
I national agencies.
nittet chairman Alvim Cas-
hi> group are holding ses-
or representatives of nation-
ication. youth, and overseas
land hearing official requests
for the coming year.
aes in this group have in-
f American Assn. for Jewish
B'nai K nth National
.Services Appeal, Jewish
feteMns. National Committee
Lvrael. Histadruth, YIVO,
kited HIAS Service.
Wednesday, May 29, the
' committee will hear rep-
ititives of American Jew-
ress and the combined
in behalf of the Union
ricin Hebrew Congrooa-
| Hebrew Union College and
Institute of Religion.
or six more meetings are
belated in the coming weeks,
I disclosed, at which time his
ttee will hear presentations
[ remaining national agencies
local agencies. Specific al-
determinations will be
[at the conclusion of these
hearings. The budget com-
I will then present its alloca-
pcommendations to Feder-
board of governors for ap-
Nocal agencies' budget com-
1 are now at work preparing
pwn estimates of income and
*s for the coming year. Bas-
pese esiimates, the Greater
Jewish Federation will then
flue-ted to provide the de-
nancing of these agencies.
^bers of the budget commit
addition to Cassel, include
Mayer Abramowitz, Sidney
to, Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Da-
f*. Daniel Broad, A. Budd
Joseph Duntov, Leon Ep-
^ Charles Feinberg, Martin
am A. Goldstein, Dan Heller,
Honigbaum, Dr. David
Ji"y Kislak, Irvin Korach,
Fan Lehman, Jacob Rabino-
|Hrol(| Thurman, Jack To-
Julian Weinkle.
honorary vice president, Louit
Merwitzer, vie* president; Joseph'
Cohen, co-traaiurar; and Joseph
Zemel, general secretary.
The slate was presented by Jack
Satin, chairman of the nominations
committee.
Reelected board of directors arc
Benjamin Appel, Charles Bender
Adolph Blank. Wolfie Cohen, Mor-
ris Dubler. Juda Diener. Harry
Fields, Martin Genet. Ben Zion
Ginsburg. Gerald Greenberg, Jos-
eph Gonshor, Maurice Grossman,
Hyman Jablon, Rev. Jacob Katz!
William Kesselman, George Kim-
mel, Isidore Kramer, Dr. Robert
Litowitz.
Oscar Mamber. Alex Miller, Mor-
ris B. Miller, Henry Penchanskv,
Max Radus, Sam Rosner, Moses H.
Rosenhouse, Samuel Sakols. Hyman
Sandier, Rev. Joseph Shapiro, Ben-
jamin Sherry, Morris W. Weinberg
and Rabbi Henry Wernick.
Reelected trustees are Hyman
Berman, Leo Gelvan, Morris Gor-
don, I. B. Jacobson, Al Kevelson,
Louis Kramer, Samuel M. Magid,
David Levinson, Abraham Mostow.
Morris Sugarman and Dr. Samuel
B. Wolfe.
According to Herman Eisenberg,
Academy executive director, instal-
lation ceremonies will take place
early in June.
Councilman Harold Shapiro looks on with in-
terest as Sidney Glazier becomes last person
to register for May 28 and June 4 Miami Beach
councilmanic election. Mrs. Rita O'Neil, regis-
tration clerk, takes information from Glazier,
city manager of Greater Miami Committee /or
State of Israel Bonds. Shapiro sparked a regis-
tration campaign that brought count up to
21,800 eligible voters. Former Beach Zionist
president holds all-time record for highest num-
ber of votes ever received by a councilmanic
candidate.
Jre Chemist
'ges Phi Sig
Ej'-EiMnan, son of Mr. and
,"* l;'man, of 1375'Day-
} Miami Beach, has been
i tt) fnr> plcage clasjs of Phi
l^'tjMHte.rnHy on the Uni-
' Chicago campus.
lk "I*"*11 Miami Senior
*hool before entering the
**u hjcago. where he is
in chemistry, an c''^ in the University of Chi-
H| for- Rocket Research.
i to complete his studies
d either to enter a teach-
^*r do research in chem-
Salutinq 19 years of service to community by The Greater
Miami Jewish Federation are newly elected president Aaron
M. Kanner (left); Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of Womens
Division; and outgoing president Howard Kane. Some 00
Federation members attended annual dinner Monday evening
at Seville hotel.
CJA Announces Record
$1727,000 Figure
As Kanner is Elected
CJA chairman John Serbin. ,-----------------------------
for even higher efforts in 19*8. g^^.^t at the same, point
lashed out against multiple appeals I ^ campaign.
as a threat to Federation" and a | ^ Samue| sirnonhoff was elect-
threat to ortaiiied *li#mi Jewish ed prcsiden, of the year-rou,
community uvjni
Kannar doclarod ht did not
blame multiple appeal, head-
ache, a. solely responsible for
thoracordlfi/CJA f.9ur. *no
boin, .von Mfh.r. But ha m d
that a dotorminad effort would
h.v. tob. m^inthamontM
ahead to coma to grip* with this
problem.
The record total includes $415,
000 as Miami's share in a $100,000
000 national linUed_J^l^pt>
Shapiro Rallies Pull Large Crowds Here
Endorsed by each of the two Mi-
ami Beach organizations which
have announced official support,
Councilman Harold Shapiro push-
ed his rally-a-day campaign for re-
election this week in every section
of the city.
Shapiro's first nine rallies attract-
ed more than 8.000 personsbe-
lieved to be an all-time high for a
Beach campaign. The former mayor
was elected to the city council in
1953 with the highest number of
votes ever accorded any candidate.
Both the Miami Beach Residen-
tial Owners Assn. and the Biscayne
Democratic Club announced their
complete endorsement of'Shapiro.
Hilliard Joseph, director of the
500-member residential owners'
group, said "Harold Shapiro has
more than lived up to his pledge of
restoiing dignity and decorum to
city council during the past four
years."
Harry Levy, president of the
largest Democratic club in the
city, said "Shapiro was one of
the bast mayors in our city's his-
tory and probably secured more
frea publicity for Miami Beach
than any other councilman."
Support for Shapiro has come
from Leo Eisenstein, past president
of the Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors; Allen Goldberg, president of
the Civic League of Miami Beach;
Bernard Brust, president of the
North Shore Business Guild; Philip
Rose, president of the 71st Street
Assn. and of the North Shore Assn.;
John Lunin, Miami Beach labor
leader; Paul Seiderman and Ger-
shon Miller, past B'nai B'rith presi-
dents; Daniel Broad, Jewish Na-
tional Fund leader; Al Sherman
first vice president of the Presi-
denta Council; Gerald Schwartz,
Monte Rosenberg, Morris Gold, Lew
Braverman and other present and
past members of the Miami Beach
planning board, Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, member of the Dade school
board; and hundreds of othor com-
munal leaders.
A past president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, Shapiro is
presently South Shore chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
Emergency Rescue Fund. He is
the former Miami Beach chairman
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, former Greater Miami
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, past commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, former dinner
chairman for the Hebrew Academy,
a director of the Jewish Home for
the Aged and a member of the
speakers' bureau and its past chair-
man for State of Israel Bonds.
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
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LOTS ACREAGE
HOMES RENTAL
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JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
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EDISON 5-4421
ed presiuem *---
Women's Division, succeeding Mrs
irvinR Lehrman. Mrs. Louis Glas.
,r,nd SamC Levenson headed
:ihe nominating committees. Dinner
chairman was Leo Chaikin.
Stanley C. Meyers, former thrce-
L5 president of Federation, was
'elected an honorary vice president
!of the organization.
In a special "live report," Mr*
'Aaron Farr. Alvin Cassel. Harold
Jhurman. Martin Fine and Serbm
related the significance of the an-
nual drive.
Insured Savings
HOME- LOANS
One of the Nation's
Oidftt and largest
Bade Federal
i/avis .,d loan Association of Mif mi
JOSEPH M llr-TON. President
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