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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UWTY and THE JEWISH
WEEKLY
31 Number 22
r?f OF SiGMGATION
Price 20et
DL Officials See Bias
[gainst Jews on Decline;
illege Figures Astonish'
von
to Soil,
Urges
_By Dir*ct Teletype Wire
|.vTV Premier David Ben
tilled on Israel's individual
1 to take the initiative and
Israel's Southern waste
hich, he underlined, com-
irdfihs of its area.
jig at the opening session
| night of the eighth gen-
bvention of the Farmers
ion. an organization of those
[farmer- who are not mem-
_ cooperatives, Mr. Ben
(asserted that both individ-
cooperaiive farmers are
[to develop Israel's agricul-
fbat the economy could
along without either one.
jtitution Tallies
1,500,000 Mark
+ KIAMESHA LAKE (JTA)
"While overt manifestations of anti
Semitism have declined. anti-Semit-
iism in the United States is just as
hard to cope with because it has
gone underground and its practices
are more subtle and concealed,"
Benjamin R. Epstein, national di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, told 1,500
delegates at a B'nai B'rith conven-
tion at the Concord hotel here.
"We are making progress in
fighting anti-Semitism but there is
still little likelihood of reaching
its end," Epstein reported. He said
that patterns of social, educational
and job discrimination are "more
devious than ever even though anti
Semitism is now somewhat out of
fashion publicly." As an example,
he cited employment as a field in
Which discrimination against Jews
is not as widespread as before the
war but in which it is still prac-
ticed, particularly in the areas of
promotion and upgrading of em-
ployees where discrimination is
most difficult to prove and to root
out."
f~t)t Direct Teletype Wire
SALEM The transfer of
(restitution payments made
fli residents to Israeli banks
equivalent of $11,500.-
[ first four months of 1957,
150 percent over the same
M yeiir. the treasury an-
I Tuesday.
trease has been attributed
lore favorable rate of ex-
'tween Dt utschemarks and
ound- .illnwed by the treas-
ha- induced many Is-
lho withheld restitution
i transfer them through of-
Dim,'.
JNF Executives
Are Arrested
PARIS (JTA)Five mem-
bers of the Jewish National
Fund in Tunisia were arrest-
ed last weekend, causing ex-
treme concern within the
Jewish community, it was re-
ported here Wednesday, An
official statement issued after
the arrests, said:
"The attention of the na-
tional security (agency) was
drawn May 23 to the Jewish
National Fund which, without
any legal status in Tunisia or
authorization whatsoever, is
conducting itself as a propa-
ganda agency within the Jew-
ish community.
"This organization, which
has its headquarters in Paris
and branches in other coun-
tries, has delegated agents of
other countries to come to
collect money apparently to
purchase land in Israel."
Soviet Says U.S. Will
Spend Doctrine Funds
To Arm Jewish State
LONDON (JTA)A Soviet broadcast in Arabic charged W.dnes-
day that the" United States will spend a major portion of the Eisen-
hower Doctrine funds to arm Israel.
Beamed from Moscow to the Arab countries in the Middle East,
the broadcast said: "The United States intends to spend Urge sums of
the Eisenhower Doctrine funds on arming Israel." The Russian propa-
ganda alleged that $122,000,000 out of the $200,000,000 allocated for aid
under the Eisenhower Doctrine will be offered to Israel.
The Soviet broadcast attacked the Eisenhower Doctrine and
claimed that Israel has been selected to serve as "the gendarme of the
imperialists" in the Middle East. "It is known," it said, "that when
Egypt, which is threatened by Israeli aggression, asked the United States
to give her arms, she was refused. The United States does not send
weapons to Syria, which is adopting a neutralist policy. Instead, Amer-
ican arms are flowing to those who accept orders from the United
States."
Social discrimination in sub-
urban life is "a most pressing
concern of the Anti-Defamation
League," he said. "Unchecked, it
can conceivably bring about a
new type of segregation marked
by sycamore-laned ghettoes and
'for Christians Only" communi-
ties. There is little basic change
in people's intergroup attitudes
just because they travel on trains
instead of the subway. The trend
toward suburbanizationcoupled
with the persistence of all the
patterns of prejudice and social
discrimination that bedevil the
countrycan have the effect of
Continued on Page 5 A
Postpone Knesset Talks on Doctrine
As Crisis Stilled by Compromise Try
JERUSALEM (JTA)An Israel Government policy declaration on the Elsenhower Doctrine, which was
scheduled to kick off a Parliamentary debate, was postponed here Wednesday at the very last; moment.
The declaration will be made next week.
The possibility of a Cabinet crisis had developed over the anticipated opposition in Parliament from
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Dulles Reaffirms to Arabs
'A Slams 'Inaccuracies'
New League Charges;
lembership Reported 'Up'
YORK (JTA>-The Zion-
Wnization of America this
Renewed '<* repudiation of
F 'hat n maintains affilia-
F political group, in Is-
r? ,he<-eby interferes in the
W affairs of the Jewish
me charges were voiced
Mounding conference of the
PB Jewish League for Is-
F* was held in New York
T ine previous weekend.
JJtion of the charges was
" "> a statement present-
ly. Kman"el Neumann.
fw'dent, to a meeting of
Ration's National Execu-
"jncl attended by ZOA
|nlm.a" Prts of the coun-
ty, aatement, which was
y the meeting, said that
r h"s never been "affilia-
Wh any of the parties in
also asserted that "des-
pite their representation of them
selves as unidentified," the lead-
ers wf the American Jewish Lea-
gue for Israel "have themselves
maintained close relations with
the Progressive Party of Israel"
within the framework of world
Zionist movement.
'The plethora of pronoun-
cement! and statements that
emanated from the founding
conference of the 'American
Jewish League for Israel' con-
tained numerous inaccuracies.
The most mlscheivous of these
had to do with the alleged af
filiation of American Zionist
groups with 'political parties'
in Israel. By repeating this
overworked and already-repu-
diated charge against American
Zionists, and by representing
Continued on Page 2A
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban,
Continued on Peso 2 A
U.S. Position on Passage
WASHINGTON (JTA)The position of the United States Govern-
ment with regard to the passage of Israeli ships through the Suez Canal
and the Gulf of Aqaba remains unchanged. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles was reported here Wednesday to have told diplomats of
11 Arab states who called upon him in a collective demarche last Friday.
They demanded that the U.S. agree to the barring of Israeli shipping
from the two waterways. ____________^__^^_
Mr. Dulles was reported, by a+------------
State Department spokesman, to
have stated to the Arab delegation
that he wanted to study their col-
lective request further before giv-
ing his opinion. In making known
that Secretary Dulles reaffirmed
the U.S. position on Suez and Aqaba
pertaining to Israeli shipping, the
State Department spokesman also
revealed that the Secretary of State
told the Arab diplomats that he
desires to find a peaceful and equit-
able solution.
RESULTS AT A GLANCE
Two men were e.mir.ateo from
a ten-candidate slate for Miami
Beach City Council in Tuesday's
vote. Some 21,900 voters placed
Kenneth Oka high man with 6,-
928 ballots. Second, third and
fourth were Bernard Frank, 6,-
123; Harold Spaet, 5,056; and
Harold Shapiro, 4,768. Runners-
up were Bernard Hoffman,
Darby Rathman, Saul Meringoff
and Hal Hertz. Harry Plissner
and Ronald Rickey were elimin-
ated for next Tuesday runoff.
an Israeli version of the Eisen-
hower Doctrine.
Adherence to the "principles" of
the Doctrine was announced follow-
ing two extraordinary cabinet meet-
ings at which Mapam and Achdut
Avodah voted in opposition. The
Israeli version of the Doctrine
made no reference to the threat
of Communist aggression to the
Middle East. This omission was in
line with a strategy decided upon
in consultations between Israeli
and State Department officials in
Washington.
Mapam claimed the terms of the
coalition under which it joined the
Government permits opposition to
Israel's joining any military alli-
ance. The lett-wing party contend-
ed that adherence to the Doctrine
even in the delicately phrased form
of the exchange of statements with
Ihe Eisenhower administration,
constituted joining a military pact.
It was widely believed in Is-
rael, however, that left-wing re-
sistance was based on a fear that
even the minimum commitment
of the Israeli stand might preju-
Continued on Page 9A
Israel Test Passage Seen Imminent
JERUSALEM (JTA) An at-
tempt to send a test ship' through
the Suez Canal seemed imminent
this week.
Israeli seamen in large numbers
have been volunteering for ser-
vice on such a ship, with enough
seamen offering their services to
handle not only a ship but also an
entire convoy. The captain and
crew of the Bat Galim, last Is-
raeli vessel to try to navigate the
waterway, were among the vol-
unteers.
The Bat Galim crew was
thrown into an Egyptian prison
for a year after the 1954 at-
tempt and were mistreated dur-
ing their confinement and the
ship seized.
A report to the Daily Mail of
London said arrangements for the
test voyage had reached the stage
of selection of foreign correspon-
dents to make the trip.
Following the futile attempt by
France to win Security Council
support of an effort to find Egypt
has not been operating the Canal
in conformity with the six prin-
ciples approved last year by the.
Council, a spokesman for the For-
eign Ministry said Israel's posi-
tion remains unchanged both as
to its right to use the Canal and
its reluctance to take the issue
to the International Court of Jus-
tice.
The spokesman stressed that
the Hague Court has no power to
implement Security Council res-
olutions.
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Continued from Page) 1 A
in a television interview Sunday,
referred to President Eisenhow-
er's statement of Feb. 21 in which
the President said that he does
not assume "that Egypt will vio-
late its obligations and stop Is-
rael's ships in the Suei Canal,
but if they do, there must be firm
action by the society of nation*."
ZOA Slams Inaccuracies'
Of New League Charges
Continued From Peg* 1A
their email faction as the only
one not 'aligned with an Is-
raeli political party,' the lead-
ers of this group have come
perilously close to the canards
being spread by anti-Zionist
propagandists in this country."
The statement said that "as a
constituent unit of the World
Zionist Organization, the ZOA has.
from time to time, expressed sym-
pathy and cultivated friendly re-
lations with like minded organiza-
tions of General Zionist groups
within the framework of World
Zionist Organization which ante-
dales the creation of the State of
Israel." the statement points out
We have never been 'affiliated'
with any of the parties, any more
than they are affiliated' with the
ZOA. \\c are not bound by any
'party discipline We ha\e re
mained. as always, completely
pTl and independent free to
make our own decisions and adopt
our nun position! on any Zionist
question. Our organixatiori dona
not ami will not intervene in the
internal political affairs of Israel,
which are the province to its citi-
zens and government, though \w
ire profoundly concerned with its
Manifold problems and will eon
tfnue to give them Bartons thought
and study," the statement de- ;
clan
At the meeting plans were an-
nounced for a nationwide ob-
servance of the 60th anniver-
sary of me founding of the
World Zionist Movement and
the Zionist Organiiation of '
America. It was decided to
hold the next annual conven-
tion in New York City, Sept.
12 to IS, which will also cele-
brate the occasion. A special
sponsoring committee ff the
60th anniversary was designated
headed by Robert Siold, a for-
mer president of the Organisa-
tion. The committee .is made
up of Zionists from all parts of
the country, including four
other past presidents: Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, Rabbi Irving Mil-
ler, Mortimer May and Or. Is-
rael Goldstein.
Rabbi I. I'sher Kirshblum. na-
tional ZOA membership chairman,
reported an increase in the mem
bership of the organization over
last year's total. The number of
new members enrolled brought
the current total to 110.000. Dr.
.Morton J. Robbins. national co-
chairman ol the American Zionist
Fund, the financial arm of the
organization, anrionrtceu an in-
come of $387,043. some $83.1)00
over the same pci.od last year.
This income if unrUcajcntar>' to
Ihe revenue oFrtrular member-
ship due>
CAU FR 4-1776
intpctioft
Mr Eban revealed that Israel and leame provocatively and menacing
the I'nited States are now conduct-Jry to within 1.060 yards of the
1 ing "most intimate" talks and that
the question of Israel's sending a
test ship through the Suez Canal
, "is one of the problems in which we
(are in fairly constant discussion
with the United States." He stres-
sed the fact that President Eisen
howcr and Secretary Dulles declar-
ed last week that there were no
grounds for objecting to the use
of the Suez Canal by Israel.
The Arab delegation which called
Ion Mr. Dulles included diplomats
1 of Kgypt. Syria, Saudi Arabia, J-cl>-
anon, Iraq, Jordan. Yemdn, Sejrlen,
Morocco. Tunisia, and Libya. The
' participation of the North Africans
. was noted in view of the fact the
| delegation also sought U.S. support
on Algeria.
The Arabs rejected the theory
[ that Israel has rights to innocent
passage through the Suez Canal or
the Gulf of Aqaba. They expressed
hope the United States would "uae
its influence" to dissuade Israel
from sending a test ship into the
i .m.ml Mr. Dulles was asked to
see to it that no more U.S. ships like
the tanker "Kern Hills" are releas-
ed for transit to Elath.
The Arabs charged that Israel
last October breached the UN cease-
fire and broke the existing armis-
tice agreements. They also charged
that Israel forces by air and sea
are violating Saudi and Egyptian
territorial waters. They alleged that
Israeli warships "a few days ago
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Registration Set at Hebrew Academy
Registration for th* faii ,._ .. ____ 7 J
By Miami Mayor
Dr. Arthur Shapiro, Miami Beach
District; Dr. Herman Ausubel and
Maurice Zaretsky, North Shore
District; Sam Soldinarr, Maude;
Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Sootin, Mi-
ami Young Marriids; and At
Cawn, North Dada.
Coordinating the entire member-
ship solicitation event is Louis
Shapiro, of El Portal.
A. Arthur Pekelnw, chairman of
the ZOA coordinating board, and
Presidents Council, said Wednes-
day that a quota or 730 new en
rollment" ha- !>een set up for'the
special month
ATTENTION TBD CONSUMERS
The United Bnlobatim Vnad Hakashruth
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branch, 13630 E Dixie hwy.. North
M.arm. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
announced Wednesday. '
The main branch consists of a
complete elementary and junior
high department, with classes rang-
ing from the firs, through the ninth
grades.
In accordance with the ruling
of the Academy's board of edu-
cation, students with no Hebrew
background will be accepted at
the main branch, 918 6th st., Mi-
Music Awards Will
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Three awards for outstanding
original Jewish music composition
lo local composers are being an-
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tion of the Cantor Amu.
'I he announcement is timed to
allow for possible premiere of pre*
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at next years Jewish Music Festi-
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ruary, 1958. The award prcsenta-
lions are part of a national program
being encouraged by the National
Jewish Welfare Board, of which
GMJCC is the local affiliate.
Any individual residing in
Dade county is eligible to enter.
Compositions will be acceptable
in solo vocal, choral, solo instru-
mental, or chamber instrumental,
with a maximum limit for com-
position set at 20 minutes. The
content and/or intent of the com-
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or folk ideas.
There will be three awards con-
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second and third prizes of SSO
eaeh. A panel of locu! judges, to be
announced later, will make the
filial decisions regarding the win-
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positions receiving the awards will
be brought to the attention of the
National Jewish Music Council.
All entries should be submitt" i
to Emanuel Tropp. assistant direc-
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line for submission ol compositions
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Volume 31 Number 22
1 Sivan 5717
The New Zionist Struggle in America
The stature of the men involved in the new
American-Jewish League for Israel at least al-
lays our fear that the split in the forces of Amer-
ican Zionism is the result of an arbitrary battle
for power.
Such men as Judge Louis Levinthal. of Phil-
adelphia, and veteran Zionist Louis Lipsky have
too long been involved in ZOA affairs fought
with devotion and determination for the estab-
lishment of a Jewish State to suspect them of
anything but sincere motives deriving from
honest differences of opinion with their Zionist
colleagues.
No one will say of these men or of the
League's new president. Ezra Z. Shapiro, of
Cleveland or, indeed, of any of the League's
officers and members that they are even a
mite less ardent in their identification with Israel
than is the Zionist Organization of America.
But in their haste to form an independent
Zionist group, the American-Jewish League has
for the moment created problems far in excess
of the solutions to weaknesses in the ZOA
structure they believe may have been contrib-
uted by their defection.
That the Zionist Organization has been
foundering since the establishment of the State
of Israel is no secret. Its philosophic purpose
discharged, the ZOA set about searching for
new goals. Some of these were ably expressed
by former ZOA president Rabbi Irving Miller,
who during his tenure called upon the organiza-
tion to foster a high level of spiritual identifi-
cation between the Jewish communities of
America and Israel.
If ever the ZOA needed encouragement
and leadership, it was most evident at the time
when Israel's Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion.
rocked it with body blow charges of "spiritual
bankruptcy"the very antithesis of the words
of encouragement brought to the organiation by
Rabbi Miller at its moment of greatest anguish.
In a word. Mr. Ben Gurion declared that
American Jews who did not plan to become
Israelis in the near future could write them-
selves off the books of Jewry so far as he and
his government were concerned. The same
and moreheld true for Zionists. Thus, the very
soldiers who for decades did battle in the name
of Israel on the soil of the U.S., Europe. Asia
and AfricaZionists allwere felled in one
grand pronouncement by the spokesman of the
nation they founded.
The Meaning of Shavuoth
The holidays of the Jewish calendar have
many meanings founded in the root of history
and tradition. This is no less true of Shavuoth
than of any other.
But this year, the celebration of Shavuoth
will symbolize a particular type of significance
that brings the festival closest to its highest
purposes.
Traditionally considered a time to give
thanks for the beginning of the summer harvest
season, the holiday's namethe Feast of the
Weeksis derived from the fact that it occurs
seven weeks after Passover.
History, however, tells us that the Law was
given to Moses on Mt. Sinai during this seven-
week interval the ten commandments on
which have since been based the ethical and
moral principles of the world's major religions.
Shavuoth in the Hebrew Year 5717 thus
brings the historic values of the holiday full
cycle. For, during this Hebrew Year 5717. the
forces of modern Israel returned to Mt. Sinai-
returned to chasten the desert sands surround-
ing it, returned once more to come to grips with
an Egypt that does not let Israel's people go.
There seems to be a kind of manifest des-
tiny tying this mountain to the Jews of the world.
Whether from it once flowed through Moses
the precepts of Judaism or whether at its foot
today lies the key to Israel's future safety, both
possibilities are united into a single, highly
meaningful purpose through Shavuoth the
Feast of the Weeks.
The history of late 1951 and early 1952
shows that M/. Ben Gurion retreated rapidly
from this inflixib-le, unrealistic position. But
the damage #as done. It is the contention of
the organizing forces behind the new American-
Jewish League that the ZOA's search for pur-
pose led to its acceptance of chauvinist Israeli
centralism in modified form as exemplified by
the Ben Gurion statementto identification with
the political superstructure of the Jewish State.
And it is for this reason, above all others,
the League's leaders declare, that they have
left the ZOA. Judge Levinthal. at the founding
meeting in New York some ten days ago, said
that "we would not be true to our conscience,
and to our devotion to Israel as a whole, if we
permitted ourselves to become identified .
with any political party in Israel and therefore
to interfere in Israel's internal problems which
its citizens alone have to right to solve for them-
selves."
Lipsky charged that the ZOA "has P*-lr-
red to ignore the challenge" posed by the estab-
lishment of the Jewish State and "takes shelter
in a political party in Israel." The American-
Jewish League, he foresaw, would be "the first
step in the renaissance and reconstruction of
the Zionist movement."
But what precisely, has the League accom-
plished? If it is, indeed, true that the ZOA in-
terferes in the internal affairs of the Israel gov-
ernmenta charge which ZOA president Eman-
uel Neumann emphatically repudiates the
existence of the League will not diminish the
extent of this interference.
It will merely be the harbinger of a new
Zionist organization symbolic of a wide schism
in the united superstructure of the American
Jewish community. At a time when American
Jewry's prestige in governmental circles has
reached a new lowa low which prevents it
from changing even one iota this nation's anti-
Israel posturesuch a schism is to be roundly
deplored.
No less is it to be deplored that the schism
appears when Israel more than at any other
time in its brief history needs the Jews of Amer-
ica to be speaking with one voice. Unfortun-
ately, the fathers of Israelthe Lipskys, Levin-
thals and Neumannsspeak with two voices
today, their problems as manifold and knotty
qb before.
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Just .bout ev*T,L
"owd Ttairj^-gjJ
liner?0* 0rganitions*T
strains itself in a united fund MWng^ffort '^ co","*unity I
tively recognized as "being present also i-huT! *''* d
bolixe traditional Jewish intramural callousness T n<* *N
ample of our continued sensitivities as "outsider. i" mhi
non-Jewish world, we are inordinately obseauin ,h* ,*r
equally inordinately concerned about the final ,a *nd' "*
actions. Under these frequent circumstances h.^"1".
to over-compensate, and the result is the kind Z ^ thtS}
to which I here allude With the half dozenidd n^T* *
lives present, the roles of host and guest were conn !<*'
the midst of our councils could we feel "at home ti. N<*a
ternativeone chosen by Jews through historv-Wa,,TJ28l1
selves by the juxtaposition of unnecessary contrasts ""W
exaltation of the neri Jewish executives'at th* Pnl!! ^ ll
the JewfcaV'.vwl xpens* its.
^
Now. I don't intend making a cause celebre oi
cident. I merely dredge it up to demonstrate a cultural
tern that does harm on more occasions than we care t *<
haps the most famous in our time is the seeming betray i j
Thompson. Here was a woman heavily paid by the Ziorrt
to represent its ideals. She is vilifiedtodav for having b^Lm
coat. In her moments of supreme splendor, when jT2i
Thompson as glory personified, she was in reality nothiMaS
a noted figure exploiting the financial limits ot her name
Circumstances have since placed her on the other side oftk.
where Miss Thompson presumably finds it personally m
That the Jews are qutraged is not a reflection against her in
honesty but on the confused status of Jewish motivation i
are disenchanted or bitter foday. it is only that the hysterui
initial Joy in Miss Thompson's words hypotized them into !
to her a genuine belief in the doctrines of Zionism.
BUT DOROTHY THOMPSON never professed any such beliefi_
* in reality merely performing a job wellso well, ukm]
she duped her employers. Now, the psychology of the rtl
to begin with, is that a message of Jewish significance deli*,
non-Jew must be more credible than one brought by a Jet.
only speaks ill of us as a group but is wasteful in ternurfi
Only where the non-Jew will appear before his own peoples"!
behalf can we expect maximum effect; only where the Mt-Jaf
show enough fortitude to accept such an assignment matt
to hope for sinceritynot alone words delivered as
dered for suitable pay.
A more current example of this is Sen. Hubert Humtfcv,,
trip here in behalf of Bonds of Israel. Sen. Humphrey is |
to be a long-time friend of Israel, as well as of American;
pirations In her behalf. He has, in addition, a sterling i
liberal. Thus, he seemed a likely candidate for expioitauiM
he went on bond assignment*Miami one among then.
Early in May. the Minnesota Democrat, in his role as (
of the Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee studying theJ
East, visited President Nasser in Cairo. On his return to H
ton. he mimeographed a "Newsletter from the Desk of!
bert H. Humphrey." dated the week ending May 24. and i
through the mail to editors across the nation.
In his release. Sen. Humphrey declared that "Therein
solution to this (Arab refugee) problem, but it seems dear I
right of repatriation should be established for most of thou I
who want to go back to Israel, as should the right of i
Never once referring to Israel's frequent effort! in these i
he also conveniently ignored the military and economic i
Israel in such a mass solution.
THI MORE GRIEVOUS error in this regard was the Minj
* lator's failure to remind the editors that the Ai^lssdstf
selves, spurn repatriation, preferring to keep the rdajjtp
a political lever against the recognition of Israel as i
Middle East.
Now. this is an unfortunate failure, for newspaper jm
relatively recently received their news about the area a*
Arab propaganda centers and an (Mi-Israel State Departs*}!
information therefore strengthens an erroneous pre if Sen. Humphrey was. at best, naive in his acceptance of aq-
uations on their face, he proved downright treacherous a I
marks as this:
"Although small, it (Israel) is extremely 'ell-r*"i^__
capable of effective military action in any ilirection taataajj
stands why some Arab leaders express fears of Israeli ^TV
Nowhere was there manifest any welcome of "?*VT
superiority as advantageous to Western designs font -
Middle East. But-one could, contranly readily detect aJM
of Arab-instilled regret over this strength strength *"-
Israel would be instantly overrun. '
Friend Humphrey, whose Israel Bond dollars ,wb-^*y
in his pockets, thus serves adversely the ver> Jews '"-3
spoke here so recently. Cairo Radio has already ijjj^j
as being "impressed with the sincerity" <>i Presides
time when world opinion finally sees him the pett)
is. Exploiting the ill-conceived refugee observations.
again brazenly sets forth the repatriation question a
prerequisite to peace.
QNE CAN EASILY go on and on. relating dd,.UojJ1'lff <
W by this seemingly innocuous 'Newsletter. f
that Arab propaganda centers cite it today as an ew^k* j
No less do they regaro a-;
position in the Middle East.
as a prototype of Henry A. Byroade. frmer
Egypt-a hero to the Arab world, under whose no .
for the first time successfully penetrated the are* ^Jk
aim Israel position was so putrid that it "na"> ^ naVj
m> insensitive and calloused an organization as
Department. .wic**'
Radio
Perhaps more important than all these cob- __
os fmal evaluation of Sen Humphrey s ik r^u
iIsraeli
SHAVUOTH
the Senator had consistently supported a pn
. and vigorously opposed any sanction '
And Cairo is today confidenteven if ^V^aJOi
the Mtauaeseta Democrat will act other*.*- m '"' >*
can American Jews be confident? Neither oi
an) paid non-jcwisji hand. Talk comes '"'''I''
greet any situation with open mouthan'1 "P*


1957
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i-Semitism is Seen on Decline
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Christians "' Jews even
aperr, without even th*
iin relationship* they once
[when meetino in their epart-
t house elevators."
i jstonishinf? decline" in col-
| fraternity discrimination in
years was reported by Arn-
borstiT. national civil rights
of the Anti-Defamation
e. Forster said that while a
ktdes ago large major-
R* tbe "**! groups in-
eluded in the National lnterfrater-
nity Conference carried restrictive
ciMusc:. in their constitutions, ,n
1948 twenty-five of the total itUI
retained such discriminatory pro
visons. By 1955 this number had
dropped to a total of ten social lra-
ternities."
Forster said that "the current
movement against fraternity dis-
crimination" has been centered in
the student body, with "undergrad-
uate members of local chapters tak-
'"fn u ead ,n ,he str"8gle for a
ng and defying the leadership of
their national bodiies."
"All ov.r the country, campus
stnt,m.nt ., on th. rise WJntt
2 lmark of delusiveness
which ha, shut out a settion of
he student body from equal p.r.
t'cipat.on in college life," For-
ster said. He attributed much of
the change to the tremendous
orowth of student enrollment
ince the war which has brought
something of a revolution In so-
cial attitudes." This change, ho
aid, has boon marked by "en
increasingly critical view" tak-
n by both faculty and students
toward "fraternities and sorori-
ties which set up racial and re-
ligious barriers to membership."
Tied to the question of frater-
nity discrimination, Mr. Forster
added, "is the problem of housing.
At many universities, there are in-
adequate college-owned dormitor-
ies and the choicest campus facil-
ities are often the fraternity
i houses. Thus, fraternity discrimin-
ation is in direct conflict with the
university's effort to make houe-
ing facilities available to all stu-
dents on an equal basis."
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fo//? Markets Declared Kosher
wding Outcome of Studies
Rabbinical Council of Great- (
^mi. comprising the Assn. of
tonal Rabbis, Wednesday ap-
| to the Jewish community to i
hue the gravity of the Kash-
Iproblcin and asked all par-
evolved in the question rtlaV
i the sale nl kosher meat in
narkets "to retrain ironi
I any statement! or charges"
benefit of "unity instead
Isiveno- "
statement issued by Rabbi
lyahu T. Swirsky, president
| Southern region. Rabbinical
of America, members ol
bunril went on record as de-
file many conflicting and
idory statements relative
tissue of Kashruth that have
[appeared in the press."
I complete statement reads:
j members of the Rabbini-
uncil of America, Southern
n, deplore the many con-
and contradictory state-
relative to the issue of
via that have lately ap-
I in the press. The entire
PIs fraught with significant
al implications and is sole-
pin the purview of Halacha
a subject of debate in
ess.
tHalaeha (Law) Commission
j RX'.A iKabbmicai Council
(erica) has been directed to
entire problem in all its
ad ramilications. Its find-
|ill be carelully studied by
*rs and then submitted to
! rabbinic bodies before an
I opinion and doctrine will
nulgaled.
I the interim we wish to
^at all markets displaying
i of the United Balabatim
[Hakashrulh boar the full
ment of the local monv
[ Certificates Will
arded on Shavuoth
[day of Shavuoth services,
day, June 5. will be dedicat-
(children of Beth Jacob re-
chool.
Xaduating class and honor
will receive Torah certi-
bwards for their achieve-
Fing the school year.
Maurice Mamches will pre-
students to chairman of
Morris Krevat. Rabbi
will speak.
MIAMI BEACH
tMOCRATIC CLUB
MB
|APIRO Q
WOLD V
'Id I'ol. Adv.
bars of the RCA which is the
only legal arm of the Vaad. All
meats or meat products may be
purchased in any of these estab-
lishments with the conviction
that they arc Kosher and may
enter any home that is strict in
the observance or KatVuv:i.
"We appeal to the Jewish com
munity to realize the gravity of
the |.n> ,.(,.,.,-. an B;i puna In
\olved in this dispute to refrain
from making any statements or
charges regarding matters of Kash-
ruth. Let us all strive for unity in-
stead of divisiveness, for solidarity
rather than schisms and above all
let us be dignified and serene dur-
ing the period of legal and moral
Marchings and await with becoming
confidence the ultimate solution
along the channels of the Vorah."
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Maro/a/? ^epo/fy 0/7 tf/wra Frank' in Germany
By JAY K. HOFFMAN
Among prison wardens It is
common knowledge that during
an electrocution a strange and
most awful sound evolves from
the accused; Guilty or Innocent.
It is therefore advised in some
states and law in others that there
be no witnesses to such occur-
ences except for the necessary
parties involved. On occasion,
however, a newspaper reporter
has been present and made men-
tal notes of such an event. The
resulting stories concerning the
electrocutee generally result in
comment from one organization
or another asking that the news-
paper refrain from printing such
"unnecessary observation."
1 shall tell you of an electrocu-
tion I witnessed in Frankfurt am
Main. Germany, on Jan. 18. 1957.
thirteen years after the Jews
still .-mouldered.
"I believe all men are good."
said little Anne Frank and
the curtain fell on the premiere
of "Das Tagebuch der Anne
Frank." the story of a Dutch Jew-
ish family hidinq from the Ges-
tapo during World War II, on a
(hilly night in Ihe industrial city
< I Frankfurt The curtain press
ed closely to the stage, as the
hu-hed audience moved slowly
through the long aisles to the
"garderobe" in order to once
(ID/TOTS H011: The oufj,0f 0, ,h;s
ertidt H sow with the American Arm-
ed forces Network in Frankfurt, Gir-
many, attached to the music lit par!-
meat. Sea of Mr. and Mrs. SM Mail
ran. 85 S. Hibiscus dr., Hibijces Islnd,
he has worked as a radio announcer
and continuity ami idea man it Hit-
.ision and radio. On tnttrinq the
Army, he became chief of the television
t-h/icity office at ft. Jacktan, SX.)
JAY HOffMAN
. tamo wart ttelid
again coat up against the cold
wintry blasts of the city on the
Main river On this night it was
obvious that the 530 people that
readier! themselves for the jour-
ny home were overheated Most
had just sat through a simulated
electrocution suddenly stun
ned, stolid, tearful, fearful, re-
minded, indifferent, repentive. ap-
prehensive and aware.
Each felt the slow burn trans-
mitted by the big chair ..
whether guilty or innocent. The
big chair in this case was a
simply told Schauspiel. or play.
The play, "Das Tagebuch der
Anne Frank," threw off currents
of electricity heretofore un-
known. But each currant had
a different connotation for the
heavily protected audience .
protected by the swiftness of
time, the silence of death and
the ability to forget.
At 7:30 p.m.. a premiere audi-
ence of German people was seated
. seated in semi comfortable
seats that held businessmen, lit-
tle burgers, young and most re-
freshing women, old and satisfied
warriors, actors, typed and stereo-
typed into suaveness. actresses,
trying to be unaware of those who
were aware, important political
leaders, actually trying to lk 'm-
portant, and some male and fe-
male usher-, subserviently run-
ning the machine known as audi-
ence.
The seated were the same that
might appear at any play, any-
where in the world. To an ob-
server they were. To one who has
observed, and experienced, they
were quite different from the
people who visit Tanglewood in
the summer, or journey to the
Met, or attend a Broadway open-
ing. These people who sit here,
and those that would follow on
other "Anne Frank" evenings,
would definitely and decidedly be
different ... for they bore the
scars of war. scars shrunken in
the vacuum of yesterday.
And so the Schauspiel docu-
menting the story of the Dutch
Jewish family began; according to
the playbill. 10:30. (7:30 p.m.)
And the first act of this poignant
Friedland Will
Receive Scroll
Samuel Friedland chairman of
the board and founder of Food Fair
Stores. Inc. civic and philanthropic
leader and national vice chairman
of the planning committee of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, will receive a scroll ex-
pressing the gratitude of the Sem-
inary for his creation of the en-
dowed Morris and Hannah Fried-
land Scholarship, which will help
to educate and maintain a Seminary
rabbiaical student during each aca-
i
Based Will Get
BS in Engineering
Alan Lawrence Baseh is gtedo-
atmg with honors from the I in
versity of Florida with a degree of
Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Engineering.
He is a member of Sigma Tau,
honorary engineering society,
Phi Kappa Phi, honorary scholas-
tic society; Phi Eta Sigma, hon-
orary freshman society; Pi Lamb-
da Phi, social fraternity; Amer-
ican institute of electrical engi-
neers, and radio institute of
America.
After graduation, he will be em-
ployed as an electroaics engineer
for the Glenn Lr. Martin Aircraft
Company in their new plant in Or
lando. Fia.
He is the son of Mr. and Mi M
C. Basch. 443 SW 19lh ave.. Miami,
and is a graduate of Miami Senior
High School.
Hebrew School
Lists Confirmation
Miami Hebrew School and Con
rill hold confirmation
' i indaj evening at 7:30
jp.m.
finnandj of the pr
rve as honor :.,, i t .
this year'* group as confirmation
learner Garvin Richer leadi the
procession.
Therre of the ceremony will b*
"Holidays and Festivals." Mrs.
Saul Bernstsin Will be piano ac-
companist.
, on April w.ii i,i, la-
the following: June Augu t it;,
Becker, Terry m, ,. ,
namon, Lois GtfOx, Gail Ubnun
Bern Naiil.r. BantU Pier.- Ro
Mlie H'iscni.u.m. Harvey Safe and
Adam J. Schwadron.
demic year.
The scroll will be presented at
jthe 63rd annual commencement ex-
ercises of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America on Sunday,
,June 2. in the Seminary's Louis
' Marshall Quadrangle at 3080 Broad-
way. N.Y.. when 55 students will
i be awarded degrees and certificates
from Seminary schools. The grad-
uation exercises will also celebrate
the centennial birthday of Dr. Sol-
omon Soli>c.ihen. noted scholar
and one of the founders of the
Seminary'
piece of history was over and
the audience meandered to the
lobby for refreshment. Cokes,
cognac, and conversation follow-
ed. Soon the switch would be
thrown.
Many standing in areas adja-
cent to their seats were busily
engaged in talk about recent
days when ... a warm burst of
sun had melted all the Frank-
furt snow, a woman in Saxen-
hausen had gotten drunk on two
bottles of Apfelwoin, a Strass-
snoahn hod almost run over en
old man, a little boy had eaten
all the Wienerschnitiel left
from dinner, e trie) the family
had planned to Itely and a new
Volkswagen met hod boon cetv
temototed.
And the conversation, except
for the regionalism, was also
much the same as it would have
been anywhere in the world on
the opening night of a Pulitzer
Prixe buy.
The ninth scene of this play in
ten scenes was ending. Anne,
with still a flicker of hope in her
voice, wis saying. "And so. dear
diary, they have come at last. We
have been given five minutes to
get all we need for the days
ahead." A woman sobbed. And
a man flinched. And so did an-
other. Some sat puzzled. Some
stunned. And others unable to
find the energy for the last scene
turned slowly toward welcome
handkerchieves. Others sat hor-
rified. And still more looked in-
quisitive
And some were stolid And it
was four p.m. Eastern Standard
Time. New York was suffering its
worst winter in years. And Mi-
ami was absorbing all those that
came. Chicago couldn't forget
the comeback of the Bears. And
Philadelphia remembered Connie
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fbyehairmanM. J. Kopelo-
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the concentrated telephone effort
as of this we*. J^eiowuz s^d
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has not lessened." said CJA chair
man John Serbin meeting with Dial-
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Mrs. Fran*,, Entin., Herman
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Joining in the general clean-up
M the CJA Women's Division
through their "Hit the Top" cam-
paign, headed by Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Last year's contributors to the
Women's Division who were un-
able to attend division functions in
the current campaign and who
could not be reached by volunteers
in person, will be receiving tele-
phone calls from the "Hit the Top"
committee. Mrs. Farr said that
plus-gifts by the women of Greater
Miami have been responsible for
raising more than 13 percent of
the total campaign in previous
years.
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ws* Federa, 8.%* Lo^n W. bSP ^S^J^S
announced Wednesday the appoints
ment of James H. Blanr. to the posi-
tion of assistant vice president, con-
troller.
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lywood Federal's general expansion
program providing new facilities,
departments and additional per-,
sonnel to serve the needs of the |
ever growing Hollywood and South ;
Broward community
Blanx, formerly of Washington,
D. C, was fitld examiner for tha
Federal Horn* Loan Bank Board
far more than four ytars.
Graduate of St. Albam. School in
Washington. D.C.. he also attended
Bowdoin College, the George Wash
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Nominations Due
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hold a membership meeting Sun-
day evening at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Louis Shafkin. president.
said that nominations for a new
officer slate will be the main bus-
iness of the meeting.
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j Young Adult Leaders to Win Trip
|CJFWF Assembly in New Local Plan.
rue adults from the Great- j talc* an active part in communal
area will win an all-ex- affairs. -
Jp ,o the annual General Broad objectives of the unique
ULof the Council of Jewish aWard. according to Myers, are to
\t and Welfare Funds, ac- gjve recognition to young people of
w l0 an a'"louncem*n4_by outstanding promise who have
R. Myers, a former _CJKW1- shown active interest in and rievo-
Cat and founder President of tion to :hc Grcater Mjamj Jpwish
Eater Miami Jewish Federa Federation, the Combined Jewish
[Appeal, and to other Jewish com-
Ms of the annual award were munal agencies of Greater Miami;
I public for the first time at to reward exceptional service ren-
annual dinner meeting of j dered by young people to either of
jn |pwi week in the Seville .the aforementioned organizations
or agencies; to make it possible for
|thenrto acquire Creator insight in
.to the various area* of Jewish cam
j munal endeavor in the wider toeu-.
i of the total American Jewish scene,
Jand to stimulate and inspire them
towards further and continuous
communal interest and activity.
In viw of th. fact that the
Federation has developed a train-
ing court* for young people,
known as the Young Man's Di-
vision Institute, special consid-
eration shall be given to those
who hav* or will have completed
the course.
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award will be known as
lrttid*rrt*' Leadership
and is dasionad
young man and
, tk* ages of 25 and 35 to
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Miami Educators Attend Confab
National Council for Jewish Edu-, itus, evaluated Harwich's eon-*
cation, comprising Jewish cduca-1 tribution to the development of. I
tors of all groupsOrthodox, Con-1 Jewish education and the Hebrew
servative and Reform held its : movement in this country.
31st annual convention in Atlantic
to on-
leZion Picks
Presfdent
Teitlcr has been eleeted
Dt of Temple Zion. OUier
named at a meeting this
I include:
old Saxc
P r o ppei
Berlin.
presidents;
nn. treasur
(k Dcutch
financial
ry: Marl
ii\% record
I secretary
Hoc Kaplan
Responding
rimit
Uler is one of th* founders
i congregation. H* Is a s*n-
tner in th* Printing Arts
and lives with his wif*
daughters at 5721 SW
tt-.
illation' will be* Saturday
J it the Temple, with Rabbi
Wdxman acting as install-
[ficer. 'I he joint affair will
ature officer installation of
oard of Temple Zion Sister-
. Fred Schcrcr and Mrs. Jack
hman are in charge of ar-
enas.
A selection committee will be re-
sponsible f,or naming the annual
winner. This group will consist of
the president of Federation, at
least two past presidents of Fed-
eration, the chairman of the com-
mittee on community planning,
chairman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, president of the Women's
Division and the executive director
' of Federation.
The executive director will act as
secretary of the committee and will
receive applications for its consid-
eration.
The selection committee will
meet annually to review the nom-
inations and to choose the winners
whose names will be announced no
later than Oct. 1.
lack M. Fink is new president
of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rits. Third Grand Aleph
Godol of AZA, junior order of
B'nai B'ri'th, in 1926-27, he suc-
ceeded Philip M. Klutznick,
current international presi-
dent, to that position. Fink
has also been secretary and
vice president of Miami
Beach Lodge and chairman of
its Americanization and civic
affairs committee. He lives
with his wife, Sara, and
daughter, Carla Jane, at 4560
Royal Palm ave.
To Be Confirmed
South Dade Jewish Center will
hold confirmation services Tuesday
evening at 315 Merrick bldg.. Uni-
.versity of Miami main campus. To
I be installed by Rabbi Herbert
Baumganl are Maury Kutner. Rich-
ard Blume. Stuart Wiener, James
Rogel and Stanley Wieder.
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Florida Rabbinical
Assn. Plans Confab
Tampa and St. Petersburg spirit-
ual leaders, and their congrega-
tions, will be hosts to some 30 of
the 44 members of the Assn. of
Florida Rabbis when the associa-
tion holds its 20th annual conven-
tion at the Edgewater hotel. Tam-
pa, on Monday and Tuesday, June
10 and 11.
The association includes Ortho-
dox, Conservative, Reform and
Liberal spiritual leaders.
On the agenda are such items as
'Rclipious Instruction in the Pub-
lic Schools," "Expansion of Jew-
ish Youth Work in Temples and
Synagogues" and "Community Af-
fairs."
Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple
Judea at Coral Gables, is president
of the association.
City at the Ambassador hotel this
weekend.
The National Conference for
Jewish Communal Service, the Na-
tional Assn. of Jewish Center Work-
ers, the Hebrew Teachers Federa-
tion, the American Assn. for Jew-
ish Education, and the Assn. of Jew-
ish Community Relations Workers
held their annual meetings si-
multaneously with the National
Council gathering.
Sol Goldman, president of th*
Bureau of Jewish Education;
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector; and Zvi Berger, director
of extension activities, represent-
ed Miami at th* conference.
Schwartzman was scheduled to,
read a paper at on* of th* week
end sessions.
Major theme of the gathering,
according to Dr. David RudaVsky, of
Newark, president of the Council,
was the evaluation of the work
and effectiveness of Jewish schools,
Jewish teaching personnel and Jew-
ish school curricula with a view of
setting up standards for the ac-
creditation of Jewish schools.
A testimonial luncheon was
tendered to Louis Hurwich, former
executive director of the Boston
Bureau of Jewish Education and
president of Hebrew Teachers Col-
lege of Boston, in celebration of his
70th anniversary. Prof. Israel A.
Abrams, of Pittsburgh, presided,
and Dr. Benjamin Shevach, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in Boston, and Ber-
nard Isaacs, superintendent emer-
Philip W. Lown, president of
th* American Assn. for Jewish
Education, and other prominent
lay and professional loaders in
th* field <-f Jewish education,
greeted th* conference.
The sessions in which educators,
social workers and Center worker)
joined, were addressed by Maurice
Maurice Samuel, world famous
author, scholar and lecturer.
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Dr. Wolfson is the author of "The
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Girl Scouts of Troop 527 are proud recipients
of an American Flag and official Girl Scout
Colors, when Mayor Daniel Diefenbach, of
North Miami Beach, made recent presenta-
tions at ceremonies held at the Congregation
of Monticello Park. Standing (left to right) are
Scout Karen Blum. Troop Leader Trudy Luxner,
Co-Leader Barbara Scher. Mayor Diefenbach,
Troop Leaders Celia Zucker and Nina Shapiro,
and Scout Marilyn Luxner. Seated are Scouts
Doreen Fagan. Ellen Sucher and Shelly Zucher.
A highlight of visit here recently of Minne-
sota's Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey was a dinner
given in his honor by Jacob Sher, chairman of
Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel
Bonds. Standing (left to right) are Jack Cor-
ner, Mrs. Elizabeth Neuwirth, Dr. Morris Good-
man, Mrs. Goodman, Sher and Sidney Glazier,
city manager of Israel Bond campaign. Sit-
ting (left to right) are Max Weitz, Mrs. Corner,
Mrs. Louis Glasser. Sen. Humphrey. Mrs. Weiti,
Mrs. Rae Jacobstein, Samuel Brody and Mrs.
Brody.
Nursery Children In Tot Ceremony
Fifty-four nursery school chil | the Flagler Granada Jewish Center
dren graduated Wednesday 29 They are as follows:
from the Town Branch, eight from | Howard Michaelson. Karen Cas-
the Beach Branch, and 17 from per. Marc Simmons. Shah Light-
Beth Sholom 'Nifty' Group in Elections
Beth Sholom's "Nifty." the
Temple's post-confirmation youth
group, elected officers for coming
year at a meeting Sunday.
Gail E. Pollack was elected pres
Budget Committee Mops
Welfare Agency Sessions
Alvin Cassel, chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
bugget committee. Wednesday an-
nounced committee meeting dates
for the month of June.
The committee is currently hear-
ing requests from local and na-
tional welfare agencies for alloca-
tions in the coming year.
Scheduled for the offices of Fed-
eration will be luncheon meetings
on June 4. 7, 13, 17 and 20.
On Monday, June 10, the group
will meet for an extended dinner
session between 4 and 0 p.m..
Final session of the budget com-
mittee is scheduled for Monday be-
ing June 24.
ident; Linda Marlin vice president;
Beth Kaplan, recording secretary;
Nancy Ory, corresponding secre-
tary; Billy Pine treasurer; and
Doris Sigal and Diane Deutsch, pro-
gram cochairmen. Herb Bloom is
director of youth activities.
"Nifty" i. Miami Beach's chap-
ter of the National Federation of
Temple Youth, a national organ-
ization of Reformed Temples
throughout the United States.
Membership in tha group* it lim-
ited to post-confirmants. Activ-
ities include mooting* which ara
social, informative, and recrea-
tional.
Frequent "mixers" are held with
other South Florida Reformed Tern
pie youth groups, such as Temple
Israel, Temple Judea. South Dade
Jewish Center, Temple Beth El of
Hollywood and Temple Emanu-EI
of Ft. Lauderdale.
A full program of projects and
activities is being planned for this
summer, as well as next year, said
Miss Pollack.
stone. David A. Friedman, ( aro
line Singer. Rosemary Falk. There-
sa Silver, Deborah Shkoler, Reva
Ginsberg. Peter Basch. Peter Bel-
lehs. Larry Kravitz, Ann Lynn Den-
ker. Arthur Rapp, Karon Cassel,
Cynthia Topnel
Leslie Stein. Linda Chernowsky,
Fred Herman. Allen Smith. Char-
lotte Goldberg. Ralph Kazer. Mar-
cia Feld, David Stone. Deborah
Rachlin. Armand White, Stephen
Kahn. Eric Young. Clarke Antin.
Robert Berrin, Nancy Balkany,
Gerald Engel, Michael Friedman!
Marc Kaye. Mark Jacobson. Mar-
lent Marks. Scott MaUa. Jon Pont,
Laurie Rosenberg, Stephen Sch-
wartz. Scott Segal. Billie Wershil
Jerry Wexler. Harry Tudor, Jill
Yagoda.
Bruce Kimmel, Harvey Fleder-
man, Sula Tamen. Seth Rose. Linell
Fromm. Boaz DeNur. Theodore
I-utsky. Sharon Rosengarten
Holiday Deadline
Office, end plant of The j.wUh F,oridiwi '.! '
treat TveieUy. June 4. at sundown until Briq-
serveme of Showoth. Deadline for new* t*J**
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Special Memorial
Day Services
Jewish War Veterans, Depart merit
of Florida, were to hold special
Memorial Day services at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, 55th ave. and Flagler st.
Thursday afternoon. May 30, 1 p.m.
Services were to commemorate
members of the Armed Forces
who have made the supreme sac-
rifice.
Guest speaker was to be Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion.
chaplain for the JWV Department
of Florida.
Officiating at services were to be
Rabbis Morris Skop. president of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn., Temple Judea; Isaac Lerer,
Monticello Park; and Mayer Abram-
owitz, North Shore Jewish Center.
WilUrd H. Bender, national
executive committeemen, Nathan
Goby, commander of the Florida
Department; end Mrs. Lester
Soldi, president of Florida De-
partment JWV Auxiliaries were
to attend the ceremonies.
Participating posts will include
Norman Bruce Brown. West Miami.
Miami Beach, Murray Solomon. Hia-
lean-Miami Springs, North Shore
and North Miami Beach.
Miamian Graduates
From U.S. Academy
Morton H. Marks, of Miami, is
among 20 Jewish graduates who
will be commissioned in the 1957
class of 800 midshipmen at the
U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.
Md., June 7.
Marks, together with the 19
other future ensigns, received a
personally Inscribed copy of the
Bible from the National Jewish
Welfare board Commission on
Jewish Cheelaincy at a bacca-
laureate service May 26 in Con
grogetien Kneseth Israel at An-
napolis.
JWB Wednesday also revealed
that ten Jewish men will graduate
from the U.S. Military Academy at
Wrst Point as second lieutenants
this year. Five Jewish men are due
for graduation as ensigns from
the U.S. Merchant Marine Aca
demy.
Abnerl.Kuppernum
named national i
rector of Joint
peal, fund-rauiao,
American Jewish Cm
and Anti-Defamatkal
Kupperman, who m
past three years ail
York director, wo aL
rector of special oils.
New Shopping (Mht
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Collins ave. and MM *l
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I Cantor, president of .
Shopping Center. Inc..
the project. The C(n\p,
by Morris I-apidus. will
'blath as associate, nil! I
opened July 1. Custona*|
area will accommodate
cars.
Consecrof ion of Imem
Sollowing SnavBOfk!
Temple Kmanu-El till
17th annual confirmatjasj
for students of the Temskl
FJ Sunday school
morning, Wednesday, lfc
The special seme*
completion of i courseeJl
these boys and girls, il
ticipate in a service 4'
1 consecration.
A special prograa.'l
Years." is scheduled. 1
!firman.ls will partrjiasi
1 Irving Lehrman and CasstJ
I Reich will officiate.
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ties from the IKctLLi s pulpit
l^nj i., another in a MM of anklet prepared bv spiritual
ttkett for Tri /wuh Floridian Rabbinical Carner" in tooper-
vnth the Greater Miami Rabbinical Ain. Rabbi Abraham
Mt*. of Tifereth Israel Horthside Center, is coordinator of ihu
t program-
ring for Material Riches
illenge to Our Stability
LbBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
[Regional Director,
lYwhivi University
ibc a number o matinee*
UMc when the Lord asks
j count the children of Is-
[etch instance the Hebrew
| is "naso." which means
iUp" or "elevate" rather
juit. "Raise up the heads
fehildrcn of Israel," the
lys, "according to their fa-
tter their families."
tjlaining the strange term-
i of the text, some of our
commentaries draw our
[on to the fact that there
asic difference between
> cattle or other material
tons, and counting human
MUGHTING TIME
|Siran 6:52 pjn.
beings. Wheras. wealth is meas-
ured in terms of numbers, humans
are measured in term., of human
dignity and stature. i
Each Israelite is not just a
single person. In worth, he is the
whole, of the people of Israel. He
is a nation unto himself. He is
raised up or elevated to a position
of leadership and importance in
his relation to the total commun-
ity.
Judaism teaches us that the
foundation of the peoplehood of
Israel is the family. The people is
as strong and as mature as each
individual family, and the family
is as strong and as meaningful as
the leadership which, the- head of
the family gives to it.
Pogroms and massacres have
time and again decimated our
people and reduced them in num-
bers. Certainly the secret of Jew-
ish survival does not lie in our
numerical strength. It must there-
fore be found in a different kind
of strength which is uniquely and
characteristically Jewish. This
strength is the family.
The whole structure of Judaism
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
. survival in family
rests on Jewish family life. Jewish
living centers around the home.
Both the moral and the religious
law find fulfillment in the home.
The Synagogue and the Hebrew
School supplement the home, but
never supplant it. The rabbi and
teacher are the guides to a fuller
and richer family life. The head
of the home and family takes his
cue from the rabbi. He draws
from the well of knowledge and
piety which flow forth from the
House of Worship and House of
Study.
The birth of Israel after the
destruction of six million of our
people is adequate proof that not
in numbers lies our recuperative
wbcttn 4^<
.
ervtces
in L^rectter
icinn
eater Miami will usher in the Shavuoth Festival at services Tuesday evening. The observance
! Wednesday and Thursday at Orthodox and Conservative Houses of Worship, with Reform and
congregation marking Shavuoth on Wednesday only. Also known as the "Feast of the Weeks" be-
nts occurrence seven weeks after Passover. Shavuoth marks the giving of the Law to Moses on Mt.
lowing the ancient Jewish exodus from Egypt.
TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle i ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ax. Rabbi Isaac Evtr.
I li pn Saturday 8 a.m.
I I Be Saved from
Danger Shavuoth: Tuea-
I Wtdlti I .i in Srrinnii:
.MiTli" Moral ConHclouM-
tiiliiril M inianlty." :4i a m
h > kr i i :ni a.m. Bar-
' n Uetweea (he Da-
lli-- l.r. rif 7 li.III.

EMES. 2343 Carat Way.
i a Sal irelay 8.JO a.m.
wetlm .iii.i Thurmlay
; Samuel Sulkow.

| DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava.
rt. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
ntor William W. Upton.
Sei iiniii: "To the
I > i [Heated to enl<>r
f>\ *'' "ll'l Wel.l..
Si iimr Hitch Bchool,
1 -' Mil H ttunluv 9 a.m.
Mini Rilward, aon of
M i. I*vie.

1*1. SCO SW 17th eve. Or-
bbi Shmiryaho T. Swir-
I l.in. s nqH iv s-i a.m. See-
Win- IWNIon In
I.1-- \ elt and Kevleweil
P" I : lUbbinlc l.aw."

EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
rvitivt. Rabbi David W.
[KAAEL. 4000 Pralrla eve.
*sbbi H. Louit Rott
Saturday feM ,.,.
I W.'i '""""i" Tn.-.iiv
Thu ; '" ""'
...... Vizkor

JACOB. 3014H Waahln*
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
"?or Mauri*. Memches.
i'
I v:iO a.m.
l..-.i,l..r sli.i-
'' :i m. Sermon
rwh
(''"-'i.i.
'M ,, s,.,|..--Th,~-
fc'HAIL. 135 NW 3rd
1 R.bbi Aria kackar.
""Per llalame "
1 Uurtdaj
*m- *nim Time
'JIUH. 935 Euclid
">t. Jotaph I. Rackov-
Prida> l:U p.m, Saturday K.80 a.m.
St-imun: Wr.-kly I'hi"liitii."
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER, fiald. Cantor Abraham Saif.
Rabbi Benjamin Bitch. Conserva-
tiva.
Friday 8.in p.m. ai Waal Miami Jun-
ior flitch Bchool, 7..'". Coral way. B*r-
inoii. "Educating fur Youth

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 11160 NW 196th it. Con-
tar va tiva.

FLAGLER- GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pi. Consarvativa. Rabbi Lao
Helm.
Kriilav 6 l.'i p m, Satunl.i> I I IB Bar-
mon: '"I.ir.- Raded ral.....Our
mate Ooal Bat
w>n of lira
Mit/v.ili:
Ball) Uieen.
Richard,
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL,
1801 S. Andrews ava.. Ft. Lauder-
laia. Reform. Rabbi Marios Ran-
son. *
a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alaxandar
Srosa.
a
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Consarvativa.
Friday 8:1-'. p.m Suturdaj ,,:
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th tU Homoataad. Consarvativa.
Morris Gertz officiates.
at*
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk it., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Mlnard Klain.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe at., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samual Larar.

HOLLYWOOO TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv
tiva. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Hailbraon.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tar. Conservative. Rbb> *or
ton Malavsky.
Miarii
. ., ,.i ..ii
*:4:. a m Vlakoi
Commandnr

KNESETH ISRAEL. MIS IMJU
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Barala Kalamar.
iviiiuy 8:45 p.m. Batuida) 8:30 a.m.
Barmon: "Two-PoW Reapontlbllitlet
sii.vuoiii rV'edneada) 8:80 a.m Bar-
mon: "Blnal Speak*. Thursday S:^
a in. Ylikoi Katurdaj t:SU a.m. Bai
Ultivah Stephen, son of Ur. and Mra.
liarhold DubroM
t
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ova. Consarvativa.
Rabbi Isaac Larar. Cantor Manny
Mandal.
k, idaj r. p.m Service dedicated
,,, ,,.|, ai.-- Sermon:
"Why Rellalout Tralnlna?" Sal
., ., m sermon "Weekly Portion.
Shavuoth Tuemla} i i p.m Wednaa-
in >.! mon: "Revelation Even
Todaj Thurtdaj 9 a m. YUkor i":::"
in Barmon: "Two Live*, Two Waya,
i in.- Eti i nit)

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Consarvativa. Rabbi
Henry Okolka. Cantor Maurica
Nov.
Kridav IMS p.m Baccalaureate *er-
v|c for memben who art North Miami
Senior Hlah > h 'l ",' '.';.",
entatlon ... t iled..... ant Jaan Bbui
and ii.ii..i.i Bltpl. saiuni... am.
., weaklj Portion Bai Mlta-
V;,:, llarry, ton of Mr. and Mm Nor-
11- r..li. ii

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Consarvativa. Rabbi Mayar
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klain.
ma*) 11 i"" Berks' ''v;1"";':;;! K
Bh!.....th 'ii.-.^;;;;;"..
pnfadr"
"'';" ',,.,. i- Wedntadaj
. ., sermon: Ih.-i.
Kiiii --i--n !
Ylikor.
'attention congregation
YOUNG CANTOR Arrived fram Ntw
Yark. Saakiaj tterly Pasltiaa wttb
Caeartaetiaa ar Ttmplt, Writs
BOX 34, MIAMI IIACH, HA.
avt
. Orthodox. RabbiDavidL.hr--------
Page 13-A
strength, box rather in the spirit-
ual and moral resources of our
People as it manifests itself in
our day-to-day family life.
The striving for material wealth
which characterizes our twentieth
century living is a serious chal-
lenge to the institution we call the
family. In our pursuit of material
gam, we have found little time for
the family unit. It has been per-
mitted to flounder and shift for
itself, undermining the spiritual
foundation upon which it can sur-
vive. If the world is to be saved
^or a happier tomorrow, we shall
have to give back to the home the
spiritual leadership it so desper-
ately needs at this time. This is
a challenge to both the parents
and the Synagogue. The future
of our American Judaism will
largely depend upon the extent of
the leadership which every head
of the house will have to assume.
Let us never forget that the sur-
vival of the Jewish people
throughout the ages was never
dependent upon our numerical
strength, but rather upon the in-
ner spiritual strength which each
family gave to the people as a
whole.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Jr-fti??****! ""' ,u Marrlak, r..i-
u "J M :"" sr"": "Haaphvesa,
JVhar* Art Thou Tue-Uav *:.., p.,,.
Confiriin.lion-.nl... ** "'"*
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER
6438 SW 8th st. Consarvativa. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
Kii.iiiv 8:80 p.m, Barmon: "Bhavuoth
sittnin 'iiiii... saturdaj : m Bai
Mltavati: Steven, ton ..f .Mr. ami Mi.
David Harris.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chasa ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samual Kalamar.
Prlda) S:|", |,.in. Graduation and ron-
secration of conflrmunda, Baturua)
In la .i.m. Bar Mltavah: Leonard Da-
Via, nepheu of Mr. anil Mr.s M II
Roaenli.iu-..; i;.iii, nn of Mr. and
Mr>. Ailiert Kel-inun Shavuoth; Tuet-
day 7:10 p.m. I'onflrmation servi.e
Thl : "The Land of Promi.-e and the
Promlatd Land." Wednesday 10:15 a.m.
Ylzkor.
tea
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701
Washington ava. Consarvativa.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Raich.
Friday j and 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "You
Are What You Believe." Saturday 8
a.m. Baccalaureate service for Miami
Baaoh Bealor Hiicn b'ohool Braduate-.
Sermon: "The Art of Growing Up."
Bar Mitzvah: Matthew, son of i>r. and
Mrs. Seymour Schneider; Larry, aon
of Mr*. Kleanor Schwartz. May, June
and July birthilay Sabbath.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
l-Yidnv 8:18 p.m. lA*t sermon of sea-
ton: "A Rellalous Inventory of Tem-
ple Israel." Saturday 11 a.m. liar Mitz-
vah: Rohert. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard L. Taicher. Shavuoth: Wednes-
day 11 a.m.

TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
avt. Liberal.; Rabbi Morris Skopl
Fridby 8:1S p.m. 'Sermon: "P-m lift
atry and Judaism." Saturday S:4 a in.
Bar MUivah: Mark, ton of fir. and
Mrs Leonard Kalian.
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ava. Re-
form. Rabbi Banno M. Wallach.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
st. Conservative. P.abbi Alfrad
Waxman.
Friday 5:JO and S:Dn p.m. Barmon!
"The women of Our Time." Installa-
tion of sisterhood officers and hoard
member*. Baturdaj a.m. Barmon:
"Weakly F'ortion."
9 a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Consarvativa. Rabbi
i Abraham Harson. Cantor Albert
Glantz.
Friday 1:80 p.m. Sermon: "Our
Children In the Presence of Cod." Ser-
vice dedicated to children of Religious
School. Ones Shabbat hosts: PTA of
religious ilcpi. Saturday i* a.m. Ser-
mon: "American Heritage Thought*
for Decoration Day." Shavuoth: Tues-
day 6:4r, p.m. Wednesday it a.m. Ser-
mon: "At the Foot of Sinai." 6:1". nm.
Thnrsdriv s a.m. Yinkor 10 a.m. Sfcr-
mon: "Making Life Eternal." 6:45 p.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wast
aye. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ava. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitt. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Krldny |;|S p.m. Installation of offi-
ifr? ( CiMIMMBLttlOfl, si-ierhood. PTA
and Men's Club. Sermon: "I-ay Lead-
nklp." Saturday S.'M a,m. Hebrew
Bohonl ara*UiBtion ex*Tole8.
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Jmist> Hu*Man
HI LAKY )IIXHLI\
Israel and the Jew Profit Through the Voice of fid
~ -- ... _. B&* mm v,__I.. !> ...I I. .I.t,.,! t..- t*K.-*. liifin into st, PiimKsP r\ I ihinit A t*al\ *n( >i VOICE OF ISRAEL. By Abb* Eban. 304 pp. New York:
Horiion Press. $3.95.
THIS BOOK. BY the man who more than any other -.mule
person has been the voice of Israel at the United
Nations, has been awaited most eagerly. The opportunity
to UVOr at lenyth and in solitude Mr. Kban's eloquence il
cqualed only by the importance of reviewing, in twenty -
odd speeches. Israel's position on the issues v. Inch have
since 1948 beset her.
7%ATHA\ ZinUN
-Backlighted by these twin joys, a number of things
stand out. To read Ehan is fully as deep a pleasure as
to hear Bben. Although it would be hard to deny the
delight ol Khan s cadenced accents declaring. "Four thous-
and years ago our forefathers found an original method of
solving the problems of navigation in the lied Sea. We
are unlikely to find a similar formula for the Suei Canal."
the least for eye and mind takes precedence over ear.
Topics of these major addresses range from security.
Theys
sWi.
Interesting Jewish Era is Brought to Life
URRENT OBSERVANCE OF the sixtieth anniversary ol
** the '.lewi-h PVtrward, Yiddish daily, brings back to
mind an interesting era in Jewish life on the American
101 DC and the transformation which Jewish life both hen
and abroad has undergone in the six decides since the
founding of the newspaper.
The Forward was founded in 1897. the rear ol the
first World Zionist Congress and official launching of po-
litical Zionism, a movement that WU to reach lulfillmcnt
in the wake of the darkest moment in Jewish history.
When the Forward was horn, the world .is standing at
the threshold ol a century that held out glorious vistas il
not promise oi redemption Black clouds : reaction were
rampant then over Europe, bul then wire watts <>t the
new freedom that was heralded by the approaching
century.
The Jewish position in most countries was precarious,
but in the sight ol the liberals and the radicals of the time
that situation was to melt under the rays of beneficent en-
lightenment. The labor movement that WU gaining nio-
mentuin in Eastern Europe was looking forward to the era
el economic, cultural and political emancipation that the
new century was to usher in. and the Jewish worker looked
forward to the day of brotherhood when differences among
men would be obliterated, when the linking of the workers
would break the chain of histility that kept men and
peoples from being bound to each other in amity and in
peace
And it was this dream which held the root of wide
Jewish labor hostility toward Jewish nationalism, though
these was another contributing forcethe Bund. Jewish
Social Democratic labor party in pre Communist Russia,
on whose anti Zionist ideology many Fast European Jewish
Workers had been nourished.
The Forward, a labor paper, was to mirror that out-.
look for many years, strument in reversing that trend in the Jewish labor move-
ment The Peaks Zionists, of course, had revolted the Bund
both here and abroad. In fact, the Forward came to the
support ol the idea ol a Jewish commonwealth a genera-
tion later, when its astute leadership began discerning the
pattern ot European trends and their portent of tragic
events that were to lead to the decimation of six million
ol our kin and kith
The first dent in the anti-Zionist armor of the Jewish
trade unionists was made by Max Fine, one of the founders
i I the Forward and secretary of the United Hebrew Trades.
This was m the early twenties, when he was the leading
figun in labor campaigns for Palestine. The resistance
was not fully broken until 1926. when Abraham Cahan.
lamed and colorful editor of the Forward, made his first
journalistic trip to Israel. The result of that experience
was a series f glowing reports on the idealism that was
moving the early settlers and on the promises that were
held forth by the land which now is Israel. Such was the
power and prestige of Abe Cahan that the effect of his
pronouncements was to "kosherize" Zionism for the Jew-
ish labor movement.
There was a time, particularly in its early days, when
the Forward was pasture ground to radicals" who thought
that the labor heaven would be barred to all who were
lacking in the mitzvah of preachment of atheism and God
lessness. That, too. has changed under the impact of new
awareness Today, editorship of the newspaper is in the
hands of Hillel Rogoff. who has been a labor Zionist ever
since his student days at New Yorks City College and the
\eshiva Reb Itzhak Elchanan, forerunner of Yeshiva L'nl-
\erity_two institutions where this writer has spent many
of his most impressionable years.
ALLKLK SEGAL -
Some Friendly Advice to Sammy Davis
|'M WRITING A letter to my friend Sammy Davis. Jr.
whom iv. never met in person, but i know him so
well. Everj so often he has been visiting in my living
I an.i dancing, bj way ol the screen on mi i \
on big shows i like the guy You too. probabl) have
met him in your own living room; he's thai light-hearted
"gal-footed young Ne i r.
I've just been reading insanthipg tbesal laasnaw i>
[;'"-"" '" ' -"> interview recenUi be uud thai
tli. ugh born
and considers hinise!, a ,.,N lt hear! II, rt, .
temple occasionally and has CO, ,., ,
m.e ,n S,,.
Sammy Mavis shouldn I go through i formal I
'''l^nv ^n.e ,i e misinterpreted i licit,
stunt, lie toot the rabbi-, advice and remains i Je
heart bUl "one day 1 In,;:. Beat]) to I.. |e
so u J< v* spe sting to Jew. i am writing this: \h ,, r
Sammy Davis: I rou as Jea I myself trytobe
such a Jew a- you are that i, to .ay. a Jew .fh.
To be a Jew at heart bj the main concept ol being Jewish
Jew at heart! AsJea at heart one trie up to
'LIAHl SXLVKTKK
the teachings that are as high as Sinai One mav be a Jew
m the membership roster of the synagogue, may faithlullv
pay _up OBI the annual due., may be completely covered
pj he tahth in the synagogue on high holidays mav
"' 'i Rrilchdifl and neieehig.. ...
it !"u 2 '!Lta.Tp-f "" "w "' a~k ;"*-"< '""
Is be really Jewish at heart
To be a Jew at heart ,. to be of the heart of Moses of
^- 'f^-' ^ ^^r v,,.u,-i, and thai, the sum
neart. I find there (it s reported m Leviticus), -ih >u shalt
wurh,l,";r;i-,'^t'" s"r" """" s-"> E
,o ta Jewish in i wcU.0IIM. V(nl
o ..rrneike and ,. your rtomach doesn'l disttnguh* be-
, I,I ua, Un Y"Ur h,'arI k ,h* **
The Jewish hear, reaches for jus,,,,.. iH.:iC0 .,,, ._
".< world, ,, abhors ducrimiiuttlon that^eS people of
..'laud .EJV^T ",,n "M Shw "f "'< "Sun-an"..
Israel PtiU Her Military Cunning on Parade
JHE ISRAEL PUBLIC recently was let in on *%
secret-the local manufacture of arms and ammuni-
tion. However, since Israel, surrounded by hostile \ra'>
nations pledged to destroy it. understandably more se-
cunty-conscious than most democratic nations the annual
arms exhibition, held in connection with Independence
Day celebrations, only featured a portion of the weapons
in the possession of this country. The most modern tones
are usually kept out of sight.
Still, every year more and more is being shown giving
the taxpayer at least a vague idea whore a consider,hi,
part of the budget goes. This year, the exhibition was the
largest yet and included a-wide exhibit of Israels miklarv
industries
Another innovation this year was the exhibit <,f sam-
ples of Egyptian equipment captured in the Sinai i
paign. While, naturally, most interest centered on the
Soviet equipment Stalin tanks, modern self propelled
guns (including the famous SIMOO) and one of the ftfJG-
15sfor many visitors it was quite an eye-opener to see
!l ;*: ?are ^e equipment in the
and German an.,.a,,cra.,KunsoSo^,shUhmarh'nC8UnS
American troop-carrier' and Vr k hMvy mortar*-
Israel exhibited a few of her ,,*-, .-i
J,1" '- '^nks an,, medium and heavv^ .r.^'" ^m0red
eluding some ineenini.v *.?! .y ar,,1,ery pieces, in
("1' 'f the Amerie-.n v. I. r,,lorcd armament, that
::.....-"=:,t::^
While the exhibit, of iet iin>r-.n___
fcdly the mo,,. s,K*laculir mhT Tr TU undoubt-
toaeli. the exh ,U' the'ocl larma t'xh|,hi,,n- f'""
the most impressive armaments Industry were
Arab refugees. Suez. Jerusalem
bee through Anmi^.,^^*** m
years of Israeli his
ton-, but 3.000 years
of Hebrew spirit. On
all of these issues
Ehan, whose ability to
create magnificent
prose on his feet wins
outstanding notice in
the international for-
um, speaks with delib-
erate and exquisite ar-
ticulation.
On Arab national-
ism: "It is distinguish-
ed by a complete lack
of altruism:" On Nas
ser; "Bay what \im
Ilk* atout-lhe Jewish
people: in the capac
ity to survive dicta-
tors, we are second to
none." On President
Truman: 'It is a good AIMftiji
test of friendship for ... cmisc'ms w I
men or nations to re-
call the moment of their greatest lonel,ne ,
selves who then stood at their side T^1
Truman Village: "ft is the gif, ,, J^
whose names are bound up with Israel's hiSf*
come forgotten. The annals of this peopl,*
entering the records of unlimited time" <
In a dissection of "the Toynl.ee heresy"*,
ship the scalpel: "The fossil who., Iack % ?*L
has so authoritatively diagnosed keeps gettrna on
mg him in the ankle." On hfstorj ,and | Z V
still before me the ineffable joy of encounieriiii*j
tence for the firs! timei: "This planet passed teal
ism to civilization at the (precise, moment win
touched in Israel by the lucid radiance o( the l
mind." '
Ambassador Eban, whether he is speaking ira
UN rostrum, at Notre Dame University, or before UJ
Bond conference, remains acutely conscious of Unrfi
in history. Past, present and future, it is this siodel
tion to the fundamental meaning of Israel reborn
stands out most saliently. Is the General Ask
linquishing its responsibility at the most critical U.;
the UN preoccupied with grievances rather thai L
solutions? Is Arab saber-rattling and non-compliancej
ticularly demonic?Eban. as spokesman for "the i
heir of Israel of old," can root the issue in the l _
principle, can. with dignity and power, illuminate I
the terms of his heritage of morality.
One does not have to be a mystic to see hovthtj
constantly, if often inadvertently, fulfills hi? rolei
senger. His ethics are a continual annoynce,hisi_
tion a guilt laid on the world conscience; his simpie'j
ence is an irritant. At this moment in history. wl|
great nations oil their ethics with expediency. un.,
singular that there should arise on the mternatiosakl
a man who speaks'with prophetic fervor n f ~"
language. His very images are Ih ise "I light and;
of mountaintops. and of paths stretching bi
through eons of suffering, lookup- :
zon lit up by peace.
mm cahso\
On a Doubtful Docl
I'sgsM
AS ISRAEL WAS flexing its n 'l'nni'
^* t" innocent passage through the Sum CauU
France was bringing the entire Suea isaii
Seiunty Council, the position ol the Inited Sts
ing this matter became more and more (|L[UIL.
1'ie-ident Kiscnhower and Secretary of State wawj
declaring that they would not oppose an Israel tear-
through the canal. Both expre- ed the h..jx "
would avoid using force Mr Eisenhower sell
strongly. He declared that the use oi h
issue "would be reprehensible."
One wondered, in reading the statements b> J
ers of our Administration, Whether they could w"l
Israel when they deplored the use ol fo[rt iTJ
have entertained the notion, seriously, that k
trj to shoot its way through the Suez" Pnl ""\
that Israel, even if H wanted lo do such a tmn- i
position to try such an action More than Ma-
very small navy is now based at Klath. theraw*"
Haifa.
But even if Israel had all of its naval
place, the** forces could not stand up K,W*'
shore batteries guarding the canal at Suei: a
To try such action would be suicidal and*"fl(
never before attributed by anyone to the *
Israel Government.
It is passible, then, that the abhotreace
-arce. as expressed by the President ana
-State, may have been directed at K^p,_.f|C^
the case__vK" **"* pi ^nt mentioned
of fone, asT expressedI "by the Presided
r have been directed at Egyi
why was Egypt not mentionedsp"""-
diplomaU here, especially those rePr^' ^j,
maritime powers, wondered at the exact nw
words coming from Washington
Some diplomats also wondered, furtj* (
seems to be a difference between ^'"JJ^d. |
dealing with certain situations which, in
the same problem.


Sold Move in Music Has Since
Become a Major National Institution
.summer evenings from coast
d have been filled with thou-
Erf people listening quietly
I music, under the stars as
i w in air conditioned auditor-
Iwuires weeks of ballyhoo to
rt a monster crowd once or
J, year to a prize fight. But,
I. minimum of advertisements,
rimer concerts play to huge
ti for periods as long as
[to ten weeks.
fc two decades ago the musi-
\u of the nation went MUiUgly
(from May to October. There
no summer orclatr r
and no radio. Desperate
lovers could only make
themselves, play their
hographs or go to Europe for
[festivals.
i me summer of 1911. on iunm
Arnold Volpa. founder and
i conductor of tb University
[Miami Symphony Orchestra,
ltd n experiment in New
City. He began a series of
jctrtt in the Lewiston Stad-
. Instead of failure, we*
Itly predicted, the series was
I immediate and immense suc-
, The first two weeks of tho
ion had to be extended to
en. Subsequent seasons have
|tn fixed at eight weeks.
good idea travels in these
Ited States The pioneer Lewis-
Stadium scries has achieved
'repute of a national institu-
; Today there is hardly a major
without summer concerts,
ere in Miami the first summer
air concerts were given in
and again in 1947, For the
i seven years, the Miami Beach
conditioned auditorium, seating
persons lias been filled for
of the series of ten concerts,
he 1,500 music lovers sit around
|le with red checked tablecloths
in the reserved mezzanine
ns and 1.426 in the unrescrv-
Spenced Tracy portrays an
effiency expert with an elec-
tronic "brain" machine to
peddle in "Dest Set," Twen-
tieth Century-Fox comedy
spoof on big business, which
plays Carib, Miami and Mir-
acle Theatres through June
10. Katharine Hepburn and
Joan Blondell are his co-stars
in Cinemascope film.
ed balcony, which is filled /with
entire families and young people.
Light refreshments are served at
1 the tables.
Wiith the fine li-t of conductors.
| soloists and programs, there should
be sell-outs for the entire series
which begins on June 9.
LEGAL NOTICE
i-Snovuofh Meeting
apoel liamizrachi will hold a
Shavunth meeting Saturday
nine at Beth Tfilah Congrega-
Hostesscs are Mr. and Mrs.
us Ciment and Mr. and Mrs.
Cimcnt.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the) understated, rieaimia lo sngaf. In
buslni undei the fictitious name of
CAR] EXPRESS I'll, ii Miami. Klor-
IiIh. Inti n i- to |ial< r -ail name with
the Clerh of the Circuit Court of Dam
County, i .."Mia
BDL'ARDO De AGCILERA,
Bole owner.
:>/at-3i. 6/7-n ^^__^_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN iai
the undei alam-d. d. .-Iilng to engage In
business under ibe tlriWaw name o
STYLE-RITE JKWKI.i'.V CT>., at 60S
-. :\ ii :-M
$1,000 to $100,000.
[NEEDED IN AMOUNTS OF $1,000 OR MORE BY LOCALLY
OWNED FINANCE COMPANY TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR
DOUBLING PRESENT BUSINESS UNDER NEW SMALL LOAN
STATUTE RAISING LIMITS TO $600.
WILL PAY 10% PER ANNUM, PAYABLE MONTHLY.
short or long term.
inspection invited by your attorney or
(accountant.
MURRAY LAZARUS, OV/HIR
PHONE FR 1-5804
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
r,*OT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMF i /
smsm
ess m
MAX II ZE1HS
"BON EPSTEIN001, J ZBI88 V";
Attorney for Applicant!
I-'" Lincoln im \i a
I :; | 7-1
__ NOTICE UNDER
hVmra'S^SJlS NAME LAW
,.N""' K IS HEREBY C11VEN lhal
th undesigned, deslrlns (o engage In
Vi. ,,i i 1 "'." W. I si
Florida, Intend (o resist.
'.'"" .th th- Clerk of the"circuit
Court of Hart., count*. BprMa cu"
ROBERT I.. COOK
BW8U5B4 0AM8 KE,M
Attorney, for Applicants
v&.&uSi*" Mi"""' "*
NOTICE UNDER
NOTII E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
designed, desiring to engage In
^.'RJfVSESS "'- netltloua nanw of
:at'lfl :'i:stkr a co iNot mo at
MO V\\ Hnd Ave., Miami, Florida
intend! to register said name with the
Clerk of the Chvult Court of Data
County, Florida.
la .ns FORSTER, Bole Owner
DON W BTUART
Attorney for Applicant
111] Congreai Bldg.. Miami. Kla.
I II, 1/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, dcslrlne to engage In
huftlnemi under ih.- fictitious name of
l:i\ I ERA TILE 1 < >. (Not Inc 1 ,,t Ml
I* mii.1. Coral Gables, Florida Intendi
to register raid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid*
HENRT PREBIANCA (11
i-..;. proprietor'
REIGEL TBITKLMAN
Attorney! for Henrj Preblanca.
ii 1. a Riviera Tll< Co.
6 7-14-21.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 801931.
Hill's HOOVE
Plaintiff,
vs.
RUTH HOOVE I
I lefi i
TO: RCTH HOOVE
BREMEN SI.KN I
KTKABSE M GERMANY
You si' n quired tn i vi
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff! attorney,
SOd to file th.....'iglnal answer in the
f ti clerk of the Clrrtilt Court
on or before the 1st day of July, .viv,
thei a Ise, ih- Bill "f Complaint
.,. Divorce, heretofore filed herein,
will he taken as conferee I by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
24th da] of May, ISS7,
E. I! l.KATHKKMAN. (In k of the
Circuit Court, n-.de Count v. F""'-|(ln.
ls.,,l> By: WM. W, STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
rislntirr* Boitctt*:
SIILTON A FRIEDMAN
IfttJ Revbold Hide.
I Jl, .; 7-14-J1
LKOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER,
v,>F,IC,TITI0US NAME LAW
NOTI. 1: is HEREBY Q1VEN that
ins i.n.i. reigned, desiring to engage in
DUHinesH under the fl. tltloui nami ol
HOME OWNERS LOAN CO., at lT4
W. i,th Avenue. Miami, I'loi Ida, in-
tendi to register said name vith the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
' 17-24-31, 6/7.
I B. BRENNER
Bole hs ner,
" > i.n .. r mi io.
JOSEPH BRE8BTZ
Ri iBERT MANN
CHARLK8 A. STEINBBRQ
This i- amended to indicate the ad.
ilition of Charles R. Btelnberg to the
prim partnership of Kieteli and Msnn
and to reflect .1 I 1 interest of uartlei
Instead of 2/2 Interest of Joseph Kre-
sett and l/l Interest of Robert Mann.
KE88LBR OAR8
All.an.y for A).plicants
Ifttl B.W, 1st St., Miami. Fla.
i II, 4/7-14-21.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liuslncsa under the fictitious name of
A A A DRIVEWAY at P.O.B. IKB2. Mi-
ami Beach ',<. Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
TRANS-NATION At.
OR1VEAWAY. INC.
A Florida Corp.
1/14-11, 6/T-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHY (JIVEN lhal
the undersigned, desiring to engage I"
j.uslnes* under the fictitious name of
\Rnn APARTMENTS M 490 Fine-
tree Drive., Miami Beach, Florida in-
tends to regh ei 1 d name VV"! ''!''
Merh of the Clrcull Court >( DaM
|,'"""'y- ""BERNARD 0......MAN
CLARENCE RAINESS
IgEOROE J. TAI.IAM'II-
lAttornei for Applicants
4M [Jncoln Road, Miami Bea< h.
t II, I 7 :1-21.
1^_________.--------------.------------------------
NOTICE. BY PUBLICATION
in thi: cincriT cofrt of tiir
i:i.i:\ knih jiruiciAU QIRclit of
FI/iRIUA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 201768,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IEANETTB ROSE.
Plaintiff
va,
JAME8 .1 RI ISE,
I 1.ndant.
TO: JAMES J. ROSE
:'"J>;s Anisli idani Avenue
New York City, N V
Yon, JAME8 .1. ROSE, are hereby
notified that a mil <.r 'Complaint for
Divorce has hecn filed against you,
ind yon are reojnlred to serve a copv
of your Answer or Pleading 10 the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attor-
ney, KURT WEL.USCH, 1414-11 Con-
gress Building, Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answei 01 Pleading In the
of the ci.-rk of the Clrcull Court
on or before the 24th day of June, l!i".T.
n you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken agalnsl you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this ;iith day of May, A.D.,
1 :>:.7.
1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerh of
cs.al) the Circuit Court, Bade
County, Florida.
By: I:. BNEEDEN,
1>. nut v 1 'lei k.
KURT WELLI8CH
Hll-17 Congress Building, Miami. Fla.
Ailoiney for I'Uintin".
J/21-31. 1/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 40755.
In He: F.STATE OF
IHVINC A. AMI.i:i:
1...... aed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you me hereby
notified and required to present any
claima and demands which you, or
either of y.ai. may have agalml Ih.
estate of IRVING A. ADLER deceased
late OfeDade County, Florida, to the
County Judges Of Datde County, and
file th.1 --aiiie lii their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of Ihe first publication
f, or the same will be barred
ETHBL ADLER, as Executrix ol
the Estate "f Irving A. Adler, deceaai d.
SHELDON S 1.1:1.1'iii'K. Attorney
Ponl Bldg., Miami, Fla.
:;. t 7-14
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
husiness under the fictitious name of
BAST HIAl.FAH PHARMACY at 1CH
Baal 25th Btreet, Hialeah. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerh of Ihe Circuit Court of I
County, Florida.
EM-JAY DRUG CO., INC
By Joseph Hack, Preslde-it.
ALBERT L. ROSEN, ESQ.
Attorney for EM-JAY DRCG CO., INC.
60a Lincoln Road
Miami Hea.h. Florida.
i/10-17-24-31.
INVESTMENT
(CONSULTANTS
5pecio.ii.iif
"i Florida tied (stole
lrIT5.NT,0N INVESTORSIf yeu
Rihi ,t'd in Participation In re-
Ki."r'1(" '"" ocesn front land
ticom,, in.ettments.' we are
,,,. !a t0 upply tscellent pros-
um '?r "'''ed parties. Minl-
"* Prticipti0n $1,f00.
Hamlil II. Hirsrhf irld
nd Associates
[Miami Beach Federal Bldg.
407 Lincoln Road
I*** E IE 8-8223
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nrivi ng C em pinj
commercial
social
a
*"*2^ calling core!*
/W monograms
(f invitation*
wedding announcement*
Dial Fliaiiklin 3-Hi-
116 n.. ** **
mi.mi 32, llarid
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that the part-
nership heretofore subsisting betwetn.
ii-, the undersigned. LAWRENCE \\
KELI.EY and AL1TIED It. OVER-
THROW, heretofore carrying on busi-
ness as O.K. ELECTRIC COM I'AN V
at 4019 N.W. 37th Court. Miami. Flor-
ida, has been dissolved by mutual con-
sent from and after the 6th day of
Hay, 19.17. ,, .
All debts due, owing and payable by
Ih. said late firm will be assumed and
paid for bv the remaining partner,
LAWRENCE! W, KELI.EY. who will
continue to cany on the said but
under the former name of O K EL
TRIC COMPANY.
LAWRENCE W. KELLEV.
MARLOW .- 8INNAMON
Attorney! for Kirm
Lanatord Building;
Miami SI, Florida
5/17-24-11, 6'7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to e
in buslnesa under the fictitious a t
ol o.K. ELECTRIC COMPANY al I
N.W. 37th Court, Miami, Florida. In-
t.mis to reslater aald name with ttie
Cl.ik of the Circuit Court ol Dal
County, Florida.
LAWRENCE W. KELLBY,
Sole owner.
MARbOW A SINNAMON
Attorney! for O.K. Btootrlc Company
14-11, 6/7 _______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undei signed, desiring to engage In
business umder the fictitious nam- of
FLAMINGO RES'IAIRANT at 176
N.W. Bill Street, Miami, Florida, In-
tends to iTeglster said name with the
ei rk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
H. S. RK.STAIRANT, INC
By Henry Bchull, Ires.
BEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN, ESQ.
SO.", I.lnc.iln Road. Miami Beach
Attorney for II. S. Restaurant, Inc.
5/17-24-31, 6/7.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE ciltcriT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND holt DADE
iilNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 201804.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HELEN KHEBTZ
I'l .iutlff,
WILLIAM SHEET/.
11. fendant.
TO: WILLIAM BHEETZ
I i "ourl
Cincinnati, ohlo
You are required to serve .i i ops "i
your answer to "'' l!ln "' fomplalnt
t,,, Divorce on the ple-lntlfra attorney,
,nd to file tl.....rluinal answer in the
office or the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before Ihe ISth day of June, A l> .
1951 otherwise, the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce, heretofore filed hen n,
ill be taken aa confessed by you
. i ;,i Miami, Florida, this Hat
''" 'Vb LEATHEHMAN. Clerk of
.~e.il) the circuit Court. Dade
' County, Florida
! WM W. STOCKING
|i,|.ui\ Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1021 HeybdU Hide Miami, Pla.
Attoi nej for Plaintiff.
II, I 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th,- undersigned, desiring to ei
in business under the fictitious haute
of INTEGRITY GENERAL CON-
TRACTORS at 7915 Hawthorne AYe-
nue. Miami Bench. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
Of Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flot ida.
BENJAMIN l.F.l'WITZ.
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorney! for Benjamin Ledwlta.
5/10-17-24-31.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
In R< : E3STATE I IF
BENJAMIN KARP
.
No. (I4U-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Pi
ilma or Demands Agalnsl said
You. an i i acn of you a e
notified and required to present any
.iii.i demands which you,
either of you, may have against the
estate of BENJAMIN KARP dei
hue of Dade County, Florida, to tne
Honorable Countj Judges of Dade
County, and rile the same In their
in the County Oouithoi
Dafte County, Florida, within eight cal-
endar montha from ihe date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or d. mands to contain the legal ad-
i ,,f the claimant and to b.
to and presented a! aforeoald, or m
will lie Iwrred. See Section ,33.16 ot
the 1915 Probate Act.
luted May SO, A D II ,,...
GEORGE CHEREN
As Admlnlstrslor C.T.A. of Estate
..f BENJAMIN KARP, deceased.
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Advance lips on whom you'll see at the first
I'M Pop Concert of the summer season, this June 9
at Miami Bench auditorium That's pretty Flor
nee Pkk' party at tables 7 and 8 There'll
be a Chase Federal Savings ft Loan Awn. contin-
gent at 18 and 10 Sharing table 34 are the
Henry J. Nelsons, Roger M. Nelson, the Lto Acker-
j and the Ted Sandier* lattarn Air Line* will be flying
I ,t No. 86
iThe Samuel Friedland family presides over table 98 The
Li, Sthines of hotel and son fame are at No. SO Those are
hftjMni Beach Councilman at table 42 (watch that line-upit
' have changed ) A few red checks away are the Harry
wti the Murray Koretric/s, Or. and Mr*. Maurice Adelman and
Ijtrema Berk, at No. 35 And listening carefully for the horns
I be Mr. and Mr. Alexander Koen, the Barnard Silvermans, the
' Rotas, and Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, all at table 85
| Birth daze Malcolm and Ruth Rosenberg have a new baby
i second grandson for Or. and Mr. Jack J. Falk Carol and
nee Porter brought home a little girl, making grandparents
|o( the Julius Jay Perlmutters and the Leonard Wiens.
C C > > >
Back from Italy, Rome and London is Dina Molicov, interna-
illy known sculptress and sister of Miami Beach pianist Anyuta
.... Dina, who did sketches of famed sculptor Henry Moore
I she was in London, has shown at Whitney Museum and the
lenheim, in New York, as well as at Philadelphia Museum and
ago She will be vi&iting here for several weeks at the
[of her sister and mother, Mrs. Rebecca Molicov, at 932 15th st
[Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lechinsky gave themselves a going away
Vy May 26 The Lechlnsky's, who are two of the founders
lie Southwest Jewish Center, are leaving for their summer home
Wit and wont be back until the summer heat is over, which
Miami means November Gathering at their home at 6459
112th st. were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks, Mrs. Djuretta Brooks
Wand daughter Melodyt Hope, the Louis Goldins and son Philip
| Mrs. Jerome Rifkin Also stopping in for a farewell chat
| Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ban Harris, the
an Leventhals, the Jack Grusbys and the George Cohens .
I Guests included also Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boise, Mr. and Mrs
I Blen, and the younger set, represented by Jerry and Wayne
nthil, Mona and Beverly Cohen, and Stanley, Sammy, Joey and
l Harris.
a >
[Farewell parties in honor of Mrs. Paulino Belanoff garnered
lal laurels around town Mrs. Belanoff, who is going to New
I. was feted by Mrs. Sarah Abrams and Mrs. Jennie Sfarka. of
JSW 10th st., last Monday Guests included president of
ur tholem Convalescent Home Mr*. Isidore Cohen, and Mrs.
Ime Brand, Mr*. H. Komorof, Rose Talmage, Anna Wexler. Lena
^ and Mr. Reno .
I Mrs. Jennie Solingor, of 1521 SW 6th St., opened her home
Irsday to president of the cancer auxiliary Mrs. Fay Stemple,
IGrtenberg, Anna Sand*, Jennie Cooperstein, Lee Plotkln, Ha
ten, Esther Sonnonblock, Esther Elkin, Helen Hornstein, Helen
fiern, Ethel Bernstein and Rom Thalbaum .
[Mrs. BelanoH't request, no gifts were presented Instead,
|money was donated to the Bikor Cholem Convalescent Home.
"The home .if Florence (Mrs. Sidney) Lewis, 3140 SW 13th st..
ft* the site for the important pre-con vent ion meeting for AEPhi
Mae Scheduled for June 11. the meeting will take note
Wcal.iul.tr of events on the agenda for the National Alpha
km Phi Sorority Convention, slated for the Americana June
Ui V 3 Statuesqup, blonde and lovely Gloria Goodman
pWicity chairman for the Miami alums.
I The heat \ ,m ,from tne sun ,nat js) and evervones leaving .
1 ,"*r Jcob*, of 4125 N. Jefferson ave., will be on her way
'' tor Pike. N.H., where husband Walter is already hard at
JL!![?parinfi ,ne La1** Tarleton Club for its 20th summer season
l!th her will go the younger Jacobs, Peter and Eric First-
"r ,rd' who graduates from Miami Beach High School on
will join them later ... Mr. Jacob* intends to make fre-
t trips t Miami during the summer, to oversee construction
new Dul'ont Tarleton hotel, going up in the DuPont Plaza
ft here.
******
raven haired Paula Weinstein copped the top beautv honor at
diversity of Miami last week, but she wasn't around to take the
|_ pula, who was chosen Ibis Queen for 1957. was in New
'J*c"mmi! Mr- Herbert Kats ... Her proud parents are Mr.
* M. Weinstein, of 138 NE 91st St.. in Miami Shores .
l"e and Rubin Levin's daughter Lenore is now Mr*. Edward
fim h j mu8t nave wJ --,'').wr"'ng and producing "Golden Wedding" for the Tern
nul.i installation dinner dance, which went on the boards
>
\ hnS f ! retained by the Schino hotels, now divides his time be-
tnine properties in Northampton. Mass.. and Glens Falls,
bin. ,u S Worlt'n8 on the Northampton and Queensbury hotels,
lend fr the ,ummer re,ort sea>on
|Grovp*h finished t!e Job of redecorating the famous Cocoa-
T 23 rps,au"ant in the Ambassador hotel. Los Angeles, on
L p, s" rmpleted, this past March, a similar task for the
" s Bamboo room.
Ku V "' of Rotdle Caterers is beaming over those "de-
Parkv|S i"'*1" for ,h* -'* buffet spread he produced far
IBe- < and. Clbhia debut a couple of weekends ago
r 'ri"'"ng tbeml .
Lu"^. "'' UattJitfi will be happy to know that WGBSs Bud
L ne hospiui, back home and doing nicely
VnlL" new light in ,0wn is one-time ad king of Gotham.
Bun Mi' now o ,975 A,,on rd- He came to F,orida
n, Place in the sun, after being shattered in health.
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400 to Honor Anna Brenner Meyers
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MYERS
Over 400 national and local com-
munity religious and civic leaders
will attend a luncheon in honor of
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Mon-
day noon in the Eden Roc hotel.
Mrs. Meyers is chairman for the
Women's Division for the Greater
Miami Committee for Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, chair-
man of the luncheon and a leader
in community affairs, announced
Wednesday that Rep. James Roose-
velt will be guest speaker and make
"Woman of Valor" awards to two
Miami women who have made the
Rreatest local women's purchase of
bonds. This will be the first time
that Miami women will be present-
ed these awards.
Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent of
schools of Dade county, will speak
on the community achievements of
school board member Mrs. Meyers.
A resident of Dade county for
22 years, Mrs. Meyer* i a train-
ed teacher, social worker, nurse,
and lawyer. She ha* a certificate
from Teacher* College, Columbia
University, wa* a registered nur-
se at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital
and received her law degree from
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs. Jack Corner and Mrs. Sam Rost
(left to right) agree on program for "Time for Tribute" luncheon
June 3 at Eden Roc hotel, which will honor Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, chairman of women's division for State oi Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Simonhoff is luncheon chairman, Mrs. Corner is chairman
of hostesses, and Mrs. Rost is chairman of 1957 Sponsors of
Israel, women who have purchased Si,000 or more in State of
Israel Bonds this year.
Baas and Baggage' Due for Production
With all the principal roles cast,
the final weeks of rehearsal for
Bags and Baggage" are being step-
ped up. The musical comedy, under
the direction of Sam Hirsch. will
be presented June 24 at Miami
Beach auditorium in conjunction
with the District 5 B'nai B'rith
convention.
Playing the lead role* of two
middle-aged but edventurou.
women seeking Utopia are But-
fy Burrows and Wynne Lapin.
Mrs. Burrows ha* previously
been *e*n in starring role* for
the Temple Israel Couple* Lim-
ited production*. Mr*. Lapin i*
woll-known for her many lead
roles at Flagler-Granada.
Others playing principal roles
are Chet Bromley, Sidney Efron-
son. Gertrude K.,llickKstelle Gor-
don. Minna L.tman. G*li M
montoin, Joan Marmorstc.n. Shelly
Nidett, Jerome Robinson, Gertrude
Sackett, Honey Shapiro, George
Snaw -nd Edith Winnekai.
Choreography is under the su-
pervision of Peggy Merwell; cos-
tumes by Fa Nappo; and scenery
by Andy Greenhut. The original
musical comedy was written by
Bea Saal and Betty Epstein.
Israeli Scheduled
In Folk Program
Shavuoth celebration by Ben
Gurion Branch of Farband will be
held Thursday evening, June 6. at
Beth El Congregation. The affair
is being jointly sponsored with
Golda Myerson Club of Pioneer
Women.
Miss Balfouria Gilad, former
Israel Women's Army lieutenant,
will appear In a program of Is-
raeli folk songs, accompanied by
Miss Anuyta Molicov.
Dr. A. J. Ishlon is chairman of
the evening. Rabbi Morris Skop, of
Temple Judea, will be principal
speaker.-
Also scheduled is Mrs. Sonia Ger-
bert in a group of her own com-
positions. M
Brooklyn Law School. She has
been a social worker, was with
the Crime Prevention Bureau of
he Police Department of New
York City, administrator for
Emergency Relief Administra-
tion in New York, and was or-
ganizer of th* Social Service De-
partment of Israel Zion Hospital
in New York City. Mrs. Meyers
opened her Miami office to prac-
tice law in 1936. She has prac-
ticed law in Miami Beach tine*
1940.
She organized and was first pres-
ident of the Florida Women's Law-
yers Assn., is a former treasurer of
the National Assn. of Women Law-
yers, former treasurer of the In-
ternational Women Lawyers and is
now vice president, representing
American Women Lawyers. In ad-
dition, she has served as a member
of Florida Bar Assn. Americaniza-
tion committee and is now serving
as a member of the. social service
committee of the Florida Bar Assn.
Mrs. Meyers' record as a member
of the Dade County Board of Public
Instruction has kept her vice chair-
man and member for three years.
Under Mrs. Meyers* leadership of
the women's division, a record of
$330,000 sale of Israel Bonds last
year has already been surpassed.
Name Testimonial
Group Members
Chairmen and hostesses for the
June 3 testimonial at the Eden Roc
hotel, which will honor Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, chairman of the
Israel Bonds women's division, have
been announced by Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff, chairman of the "A
Time for Tribute" luncheon.
Mrs. Samuel Rost will serve as
chairman of Sponsors of Israel, wo-
men who have ourchaserl SI,000 or
more in Israel Bonds this year. Mrs.
Jack earner has accepted the posi-
tion of hostess chairman, with Mrs.
Max WeiU as program chairman.
Mrs. Louis Glasser is honorary
chairman, and Mrs. Samuel Sak-
rais and Mrs. Harry Platoff are
Chen co-chairmen.
Members of the testimonial com-
mittee, in formation, include the
Mesdames Ethel Ansin Abrahams,
Edith Aronsohn, Joseph Ash, Selma
W. Basker, Evelyn Blackman, Sarah
B. Cohen, Pauline L. Sher Cosow,
Ethel Curson, Sarah Czech, Sarah
Densen, Frances Entine, Betty
Feuer, Fern A. Forbes. Max Frank,
Frank Frankel, Anna Kiev. Ben-
jamin Friedman, Leo Gelvan, Eliza-
beth Gettleman.
The Mesdames "Harry Gittlen,
Elizabeth Goodman, William Gor-
don, Jennie Grossinger, Hyman J.
Grossman, Pauline S. Grundwerg,
David N. Herman, Anna Wolf
Hirschman, Frieda Kalstein, Jack
Katzman, Edith Kligerman, Frank
Kline, Edna Kornblum, Sophie La-
kin, Human Levowich, Isaac Liber-
man, Leah Notkin, Celia T. Oliver,
Samuel Oritt, Matilda Ratner, Na-
than H. Rattner, Bernard Rodins,
Renee Rosenthal, Morris Rossein,
Sam H. Rost.
The Mesdames Jane Rothman,
Frances N. Rubin, Samuel T. Sa-
piro. Eve Schacht, Rose B. Sch-
wartz. Joseph Shapiro, Sam Simon-
hoff, Rose Landau Simpson, Esther
Z. Singer, Sam Sklar, Jacob Spund,
Flora Stone. Rose Stone, Carol
Strauss. Ida Sussman, Rose Tannen-
baum, Harry Vogel, Abe Waxen-
bttg, Joseph Weisberger, Max
Waits, Benjamin Zeigmund, and the
Misses Esther Goodman and Lillian
Goodman.
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These Dessert Specialties Will Thrill the Family
Miriam R. Ephraim was elect-
ed president of National Con-
ference of Jewish Communal
Service at its 59th annual
meeting at Ambassador ho-
tel in Atlantic City May 24 to
28. Miss Ephraim is third wo-
man to be elected president
since NCJCS was organized,
end is director of program
section of National Jewish
Welfare Board's Jewish Com-
munity Center Division. She
succeeds Edward M. Kahn. cf
Atlanta, Ga.
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1 2 cup >hortening
1 2 cup sugar
1 2 teasp
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 eggs
1-3 4 cups cake flour
1 teaspoon soda
2 3 cup milk
Molt the chocolate, acid ths honey
and COOl to lukewarm Cream the
h irtenittgi add sugar gradually
and beat the Tiixture until fight
and Huffy. Add chocolate, honey
mixture and vanilla. Add -' esgs.
one at a time, ind bom veil after
each addition Sift and measure
flour with oda and salt. Add the
lifted dry ingredients alternately
with milk. Beit well after each
[addition of drv Ingredients ar.J
milk Bake in two greased Bat* inch
layer cake Una In BOderate oven
350 degs. F, 35 minute .

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2 3 cup sugar
1 2 cup matzoh meal
1 4 cup chopped walnuts
rind of half a lemon
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Their Will To Survive Brings Them
Here, Where Klaymans Open Branch
Brandeis Academy
PTA Installs Sunday
Mrs. Has Panes* will bo in-
stalled president of the Brtndeis
Hebrew Academy PTA Surtdday
evening at Dora AugUSl Hall. BOO
S\V 17th ave.
Others to be installed by Rab-
bi Shmaryahu Swiriky are the
Mesdemes Louis Fine, first vice
president; Sidney Clantz, second
vice president; Max Stems!em.
treasurer; Donald Picker, record-
ing secretary; and Morris So
kol, corresponding secretary.
The Installation marks the organ-
iization final affair of the naton
and highlight- the Chai Bix" con
tribution to the Kbolartbip fund of J
the school.
A man whoso will to survive
saved him from Nazi extinction
in 1938 la in .Miami today
with his wife in a branch office
of a Oouriahii | concern.
He i- Max Kla) man. > leigh House, 530 B blvd .
who mar i lie of th;1
Amenean Jewish community and
lewi eves la to "-
timate a community a.- Miami's
;ire ine.ip. I -nnally know-
ing evi their co-religion-
i-t-
Klayman was a custom stylist
in Koln, Germany, where he
met and married his wife, Anna.
Considered a high fashion de-
signer for men's and women's
clothing, he was also president
of Maccabiah and arranged
sporting events between the
German Jewish community and
other European nations.
'"You know, the Nazis never let
us play against --called Aryan-.
plained. Toward the end,
oven that was no longer an Issue.
Only the will to survive WM up
permost in our minds."
The Klaymans escaped to South
America. In 1939, he founded a
new Maccabiah group in Monte-
video, an organization still in ex
i-ttneo there Shortly thereafter.
they went to Bueno- Aire-. where
they opened a new custom stylist
Today, the Buenos Aires busi
ne-s is under the aegis of his son.
Freddie. Daughter Marian is also
in the Argentine capital city. The
Klaymans hope to establish an
other branch in Miami proof
that they have survived, indeed.

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Goodman Group Slates Brunch
Installation of officers of the 1.1 The following are the elected
R. Goodman group of Hadas-ah officers for the ensuing year: Mrs.
will take place at a brunch Sunday j Jack Davis, president; Miss Eve-
at the Algiers hotel. liyn Brown and Miss Molly Katz.
Chairman of the affair will bo vice presidents; Mrs. Jack Her-
Mis- Lillian Goodman, president man. Miss Anna- Haffner and Miss
of the group for four years, and | Hannah Hastman. secretaries; and
current program vice president of u,t aw-i. c-w. i j i
the Miami Beach chapter of Ha- *"" Fann, Schank- delcga" to
h Mr- Dorothy Hnk will heIth* chaP,er board.
installing officer. Mr- Davis i- a former pre-i.lent
ran will be ran-(of the Henrietta Szold group, has
;i;r,7!i b> ; JJ" J*" he.r, *** ,n Hada-sah for tne
by Aida ... _, '
past 12 years, and fat recording nee-
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Mi-. Oscar Sindell, out.
t of the Miami Beach chapter
Radaasah, turned over the
el to incoming president I
Joseph Shapiro at an installation
brunch las) week at the Ala;
el. Rabbi Mayei thru
was installing <:ficor.
Leonard Youna. well-known
singes and entertainer, appear-
, td on the program. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin was chairman of the day.
In addition to Mrs. Shapiro, the '
following w e r e installed: rice
presidents. Mi- Lillian Goodman
Mrs. Morris Honigbaum, Mrs Har
old Melnick. Mrs. Irving West in
Mrs Jack Bernard; treasurer, Mr-
| Joseph Sugarman; secretaries, Mr-
Nat Barth. Mrs Krancis Entine
Mrs. William Keuer. Mrs Dorothy
K. Kink and Mrs. Ira Krivitzen
Auditor is Mrs. Harry Platoff
nd Mrs. Moses Krieger will bo in-
stalled parliamentarian. Past pres-
idents f the chapter are Mi
kin. Mrs. Samuel Sakrai-. sh
dell and Mrs Mae Woinstein
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omen in
tf's in Spring
er Affair
irds fere ",lc ,0 five yon
f,t an annual spring dinner
[0f Delta Phi Kpsilon sorority
>eening in the Saxony hotel.
living awards were Barbara
fclf,r. cholarhip award for
Wanda Steinberg, schol-
,'award for pledes; Katia
bast active; Sarah Lip-
(^tt pledge; graduating
ward. Miss Lepselter;
! award, Barbara Davis;
A. Newman award. Miss
i officers arc Barbara Davis,
L; Dorene Brody, vice pra-
[Lynn Schwartz, treasurer;
Steinberg, corresponding
Mykc Sliebel. recording
,, Katie I'llman, pledge
f Barbara Bobbins, good and
and Nancy Stein, parlia-
rian.
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Mis Officers
Muriel Hirsh Pick was
Jng officer at a dinner party
[Greater Miami Auxiliary of
neriran Medical Center in
recently at the Cadillac
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Greater Miami Alumnae
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of Delta Phi Epsilon "sorority will
meet Monday evening at the home
"I Mrs. Arthur Jackowitz, 1540 Mil-
ler rd., Coral Gables.
Mrs. Nathan Zwitman will be in-
stalled to her second term as pres-
ident of the organization.
Others to be installed include
the Mesdames Ernest Harris, first
vice president; Loui* Baron, sec-
ond vice president; Bernard
Sacks, recording secretary; Jack
Baum, corresponding secretary;
Gerald Schainuck, treasurer; Jan-
ice Kasper, good and welfare
chairman.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames Wilbur Wishner, Garvin
Kleber, Melvin Rosenberg, Arthur
Jackowitz, M. William Baros, Jr.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
Joseph Shopiro, a national ofticer
of the women's organization.
An added attraction at the meet-
ing will be the presentation of
pledge pins to all Delta Phi Epsilon
alumnae who are mothers of daugh-
ters five years old or-younger.
Community Planners to Meet
Community planning committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, headed by chairman Har-
old Thurman, has scheduled three
meeting dates in the months of
June and July. Thurman's group
will meet June 3 and 19, and
again on July 1. All meetings
will be held in the Board room
of Temple Israel,
aS Mr? M rf mHenriSues a reception in home of Rev.
rnnn^Jw & Moger are Mrs. Louis Glasser and chafr
man of Women s Division of Israel Bonds Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Purchase of S22.000 in bonds were purchased X
guests ,n honor of former British commando and military ex
pert who authored best seller "100 Hours to Suez" and i/now
here on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Meyers, who will
be guest of honor at "A Time for Tribute" luncheon June 3rd,
fcden Hoc hotel, announced that campaign this year is well
ahead of last year's S330.000 record.
iriy-elected officer* of tho
pry re Mrs. Jerry Poncher,
vict president; Mrs. Her-
Scbotnfeld, second vice
it; Mrs. Joe Holober, com
Mrs. Beatrice Keller,
Bin? secretary; Mr*. Bertha
lirth, corresponding secre-
|Mrs. Irving Metz, financial
Mrs. Earl Holstein,
(evening was planned by
ris Goluskin and commit-
embers Miss Elizabeth Rose,
tlaire Topper and Miss Ena
Brandeis U. Ladies Delegates Named
t, Officers and board members of
Brandeis University Women's Com-
mittee, Greater Miami chapter,
were honored at luncheon recently
at Junior's restaurant by Mrs. Sam-
Confirmation Due
For 22 at Judea
Twenty-two young people will be
confirmed at Temple Judea upon
the advent of the Festival of Sha-
vuoth on Saturday evening.
A special cantata written for the
Class of 1957 by Robert Strasshurg
on the life of the Hebrew poet
Chaim Nachman Bialik will be pre-
sented.
Winners of camp scholarships
awarded by the Sisterhood will bo
announced. The following members
will be confirmed:
Nathan Finkelstein, Law-
rence Creenhill, Stuart Harelik,
Edward Lieberman, Leonard
Reutenberg, David Toback, Gary
Rovin, Myra Alexander, Loretta
Barish, Berna Chasan, Linda
Easten, Cecelia Goldman, Bar-
bara Horwitz, Marie Immerman,
Rene* Keller, Dale Kulvin, Miri-
am Lieb. Benita Machtey, Carol
Posner, Gloriia Schreiber, Ruth
Spirer and Suzanne Teitler.
Nathan Winokur, outgoing presi-
dent of Temple Judea. will present
each member with a gift of a
Goldberg Will
Fifth Term
[Israel Goldberg will be In-
| president for her fifth con-
i term at a meeting of Sis-
Chafed She! Emess Mon-
pternoon in Dora August
N Hall.
Simon April will also In-
Hit following Mesdames:
IWtngrow, first vice presi-
Mchtl Sakowitx, second
Iprtsidtnt; Sarah Stone,
J'tr, Anna Block, recording
["/; Fred Ochs, correspond-
r'.ry; and Sam Geltner,
p'l secretary.
members are ,he Mes.
ran Bass. Anna Cohen, c. mmmam ,, 6...
^ruberg. Emanuel Gordon. Bible. Parents of confirmand- will
be hosts at a reception following
the confirmation service.
Rabbi Morns Skop will bless the
proceedings. Closing prayer will be
chanted by Cantor Irving Robin-
son.
uel Prosterman and Mrs. Sara Hol-
land, hostesses.
Final board meeting of the fiscal
year began at 10 a.m.. with lunch-
eon immediately following.
Mrs. Sidney Shwartz, serving
her second term as president,
presented next year's program,
and the calendar was discussed.
Announcement was made of
the three official delegates from
Miami who will attend the ninth
annual conference at Brandeis Uni-
versity on June 9 in Waltham. Mass. chapter.
AJCongress Ladies
Hear Mrs. Richman
The Florida Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress held
a combined installation luncheon
Tuesday, noon at the Top o' The
Columbus hotel, Miami.
Guest speaker and installing
officer was Mrs. Thelma Rich-
man, national Women's Division
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress. Mrs. Richman is
the appointed representative of
the World Jewish Congress to
the Uniited Nations Commission
on the Status of Women, which
concerns itself with problems
affecting women throughout the
world.
Mrs. Richman is an editor and
writer whose articles have been
published in many leading periodi-
cals.
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen was in-
stalled president of the Florida
Women's Division; Mrs. David
Muskat, president of the Louise-
Brandeis chapter; and Mrs. Irving
Quartin, president of the Miami
They are Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Mrs Sara Holland, and Mrs. Sch-
wartz.
Reservation chairman for the
luncheon was Mrs. Herman Spie-
gel. 3124 Prairie ave.
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Some Gastronomic Sidelights of Hollywood
By HERBERT O. LUFT
JTA
Usually in movie making, when
a scene calls for the artists to eat
something unpleasant, an edible
substitute is found that looks like
the real thing. However, there is
a scene in the forthcoming Buddy
Adler Eugene Frenke produc-
tion of "Heaven Knows. Mr. Alli-
son," which was shot in Tobago,
tropical island of the West In-
dies, where Deborah Kerr and
Robert Mitchum. stranded and in
desperate need for food, can only
obtain raw fish which they can-
not cook for fear of being discov-
ered by enemy troops. When the
scene commenced, Deborah and
Bob took up their food, fondly
imaging that the raw fish was in
fact a faked up copy. But direc-
tor John Huston had substituted
the real thing, to make his stars
look sick thereby getting the
right reaction for the scene.

Steve Broidy announces that
Allied Artists has a backlog of
no less than 16 features, the larg-
est in his history. Heading the
list is Billy Wilders "Love in
the Afternoon," based on the nov-
el "Ariane" by Claude Anet, and
starring Audrey Hepburn in the
role made famous by Elizabeth
Bergner 25 years ago in the Ger-
man-French, filmization of the
same work. Included in Broidy's
still unreleased films are "Hunch-
back of Notre Dame," produced
by Raymond and. Robert Hakim
and starring Gina Lollobrigida,
and 'Jennie," produced by Mar-
cel Hellman with Tony Martin
and Vera-Ellen leading the cast.
There is a George Montgomery
starrer, and productions by Jerold
Zuk
or.
Jack .>0,ft. **
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screenplay by ZL
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WSJ fAfftAffA tOCfl
FARMS FLY UP
Miss Loeb to Get
Barnard AB Degree
Mi-> Barbara S. Locb will receive
the AB degree from Barnard Col-
lege, New York. WOfMH'l under-
graduate division of Columbia L'ni-
verstty, at nardaai June 4.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis I. Loi h. 425 E. Di
Lido dr.. Miami Beach.
A transfer student from Vas-
sar Collage, Barbara graduated
from Miami Beach High School,
where she was vice president of
the Student Council and a mem-
ber of National Honor Society.
Her parents will l!y to New York
( ity to attend the Baccalaureate
ccremonn
Barbara will return to Miami to
prepare for a three month tour of
Furope beginning Aug. 1
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Dawna, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Pozin, 1740 Day-
tonia rd., will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening, May
31. during late services of
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Dawna is a stu-
dent at religious school of
Center.
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Chcrmer, 19,
fen Scholarship
to Israel
Dynner, 19. daughter of
JdMrs Eugene Dynner, 1520
|a, Coral Cables, has been
I -he winner of a David Pete-
t scholar-hip trip to Israel, it
fcnounced Wednesday by Mrs.
p. Feinberg, national vice
lent of the Women's Division
tsident of the Florida Wo-
| Division.
! Dynner. who is a sophomore
i University of Miami, is one
(American college students to
\t national scholarship corn-
er spon- ired by the Women's
2 will receive six-week,
nse paid, study-vacation
lira*I this summer. They
t to the new state from
lYork about July 2 and will
in mid-August.
ng their trip, they will par-
tin a summer workshop con-
by the School of Hebrew
and K lucation of New
I'nivei-ity. The workshop,
[provides six college credits
Table to American colleges,
jusits to Israel's major cities.
Itjral. industrial, education
fentific i mtcrs, as well as
I seminars conducted by
I expert- While in Jerusa-
pe>' *UI iakc their head-
at Israel- principal youth
Jthe Louise Waterman Wise
(('enter, built and maintained
AJConsri" Women's Di-
Dynner attended high
I in Youngstown, O., where
M active in leadership
j^and study institute* spon-
t the National Federation
"Pie Youth. In 1954, she
F*d her state in the final
?ntnt of the National For-
Xiague. After one year at
Hate University, she trans-
I to the University of Mi-
Pr she is a member of
| Lambda Delta and the Al-
bion Phi sororities and la
iHillel Foundation work.
i and poetry have been
I in the magazines of the
,lfr of Miami and Ohio
ttolarship competition, es-
"i memory of the late
Morskj. executive director
American Jewish Congress,
F lo American college stu-
ff all rac. religions and
pween the ages of 17lnd
fe than 400 entries were
"Ue winners were se-
1 ha-,, of a 2.000-word
e subject, "Why I want
' summer workshop in
H"M\i-ePolier,Juftice
f ** Kelations Court of
1-Ln"r and ch"-man of
t'cn Mush Congress' na
?ve committee headed
1 Judges,
^nien, iVlMon made
lln', >nner at th om-
IWn luncheo" of the
i hot,:a*,he ^ 'the
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21st Street and Washington Avenue
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MISS fKltDMAN
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MISS MANN
miss cent*
miss SAVAL
miss midir
MISS SAVINSKf
They Plan Their
Important Day
\ An1,' 11 wedding will unite in
marriage Swat) K.ie Wteder. daugh-
ter (if Mr. ;ind Mrs. S;iniuel Wieder,
2170 sw 2oth si. and Ronald Her-
bert Schwartz. He is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Martin Schwartz. 3711
<^7n the r^ealrn of <3c
ocietu
engagement of their daughter, itary Academy and is majoring in
ranee de Leon blvd., Coral Gables. Joan, to Gerald R. Rosenthal. Mr. business administration. 1 hey have
* Kosenthal. 3659 SW 24th st. is the set Aug. 25 as their wedding day.
Saval Richman
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Saval. IS01
SW 24th ave.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Man-.a. to
Bob Richman. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Richman. Manning. Si" Mr
Richman lives in Key West.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami High School and attended
the University of Miami Mr. Rich-
man attended The Citadel and
graduated from the Unversitv of
Get rgia He is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi social fraternity.
The wedding has been set for
July 14.
son of I>r and Mrs- Samuel L. Nus-
baum of Millburn. N.J.
The bride-elect is attending the
Friedman-Van Wyt
Mayor Arthur Friedman.
Hew-
Iniversity of Miami, when the. i^ lett Neck. L.I.. and Mrs. Friedman
majoring in elementary education, are announcing the approaching
Mr. Rosenthal graduated from marriage of their daughter. Carol
ihe Iruversity of Miami, and is Lynn, to Anthony Iralson Van Wye.
presently completing graduate The wedding is set for July 6 in
work in the field of education. [the Hotel Plaza. New York.
An August wedding is being: The prospective bridegroom is
planned. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C.
Van Wye, Cedarhurst. L.I., and
Cotler Simon* 6415 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cotler. 220 An alumnus of Harvard, he was a
SW 55 ave. rd. announce the first lieutenant in the Army.
Savintky Tritt
Mr, and Mrs William Savinsky
of Cleveland, Ohio, announce the
engagement of their
Gloria, to Martin Tritt
engagement of their daughter. Lynn
Beverly, to Philip Robert Simons.
Mr. Simons is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Irving Simons, 450 NE 116th st.
She graduated from Miami Ed-
daughter, ison Senior High School. He grad-
Mr. Tritt uated from Miami High.
i> the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
J Tritt. 4365 Alton rd., Miami Mann Hoffman
Beach. The engagement of Marilyn Mann
The bride-elect attended Ohio and Edward Harold Hoffman, son
State University, where Mr Tritt of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, of
is now a student. He is a member 1285 NE 101st st., Miami Shores,
ol Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. is announced by her parents. Mr.
Following their June 9 wedding and Mrs. Joseph Mann, of Phila-
in Cleveland, the couple will live delphia.
in Miami.

Kramer Rosenthal
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S Kramer.
West Palm Beach, announce the
Both Marilyn and Edward are
students at the University of Miami.
She is an interior decoration major
and a member of Sigma Delta Tau.
He graduated from Staunton Mil-
Miss Friedman attended Boston
University and Hofstra College.
a a
Rosenson Rubenstein
Miss Mona Fay Rosenson and
Alois Steven Rubenstein are plan-
ning a Sept. 8 wedding.
Their engagement is announced
by her mother, Mrs. Shirley Rosen-
son. 2134 SW 12th st. Her father
is the late Louis Rosenson.
Mr. Rubenstein is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herb Rubenstein. 3124
SW 15th st.
Miss Rosenson and her fiance are
graduates of Miami High School.
She attended the University of
Florida, and he attended Emory
University and the University of
Miami where he joined Alpha Ep-
silon Pi fraternity.
Bride-Elect tv
Atlanta *
Mr and Mrs. Sol n,7\
"" << Atlanta G "H
engagement f ,L nnou**1
Terr, Joyce J ** nal granddughterh;/^i
Rjch and ||,e late Me"* '
* graduate of Norn, 7*
of Michigan, she spjf
student a. .,Uh "JJ
Atlanta an,I ,, ls J*,****
Mr. Morrell is fhe
grandson m Mr. and Mrs *
M. Bornstem, f Orlando |
graduate .,1 W,i|lam R gJJ
S*"00' and will he in^l
year as a chemical engineenM,
dent at Georgia InstituteWtf
"' member rfl
Epsilon P, -mal fraternity
Mr and Mrs. Morgan ^y
ing the engaged couple at id
cocktail party June 2. AneS
from Orlando are Mr. and Mnj
bert Morrell. Miss Linda
Mr. and Mrs Sidney Gluckaajj
and Mrs. Leon Kttinger.1(m
Mrs. Jerome Bornstein, J^l
Mrs. A. M. Bornstein and lei)
ney Reiss.
$22,000 in Bonds are Sold at Women's Luncheon Here
Some 200 Labor Zionists cele-
brated the ninth anniversary of Is-!
raiTs independence at a luncheon
last week in the Seville hotel, hon-
oring Mrs. Israel Goldstein, former
president of the Pioneer Women'|
Organizations of America and pres
ent chairman of Greater New York
Women's Division for the sale of
Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of
Pioneer Women's Council here, in-
troduced Mrs. Coldstein. whose ad-
dress sparked the sale of $22,000
in bonds.
Honor Scrolls war* awarded
to siven Pioneer Women of Mi-
ami by the guest of honor. Re-
ceiving awards wore Mrs. Nathan
Bcokspan, Mr*. Joseph Mintzes,
Mrs. I. E. Goldman, Mrs. Meyer
B. Kahn, Mrs. Joseph Krantz,
Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Mrs.
Abraham Shedroff.
Sidney Glazier, manager of the
Miami bond office, presented tps>
cial recognition pins to Mrs.
Pauline Sher Cosow. Mr. Bernard
I'urman. Mrs M. S. Green, Dr. A.
J ishion. Mr. e Laaowoeter, Mrs H
Powell, Mrs. I. Pushkin, Mrs. L.
iRaflel. Mrs. M. Seetnan. Mr. J. Z.
'Stadlan. Dr. S Wilensky. Mrs. S.
jWilensky. Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs.
I Sarah Babier. Mrs. Nathan Book-
span Mis I K. Goldman. Mr May-
thk rYiedberg, Mrs. m. b. Kahn.
sin. J. Krantz. Mrs. I. Mintzes,
Mrs. Sophia Plotkin. Mr. I. Sachs
and Mrs. Ruth lliss.
mas. wit mrnrson
Tumpsons Take
Motor Trip
Elizabeth Goldstein and Bert
Tumpson were married Sunday by
Rabbi Irving Lebnnan in his study
at Temple Emanu-El.
The bride, who lived at 706 Lenox
ave., Miami Beach, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldstein of
Meyerstown, Pa. She was attepded
by Edith Lindenfeld.
Mr. Tumpson is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel E. Tumpson, Chi-
cago. His attendant was Paul Kwit
ney.
After a motor trip in the north,
the couple will live at 10011 Alton
rd., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Goldberg To Take Office
Mrs. Elwood Goldberg, president
of Temple Zion Sisterhood, will be'
j installed during Friday evening
services of the congregation by
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. An Oneg |
Shabbat will follow.
Others to be installed include
the Mesdames Sidney Pascal. Ar
thur Golden, Philip Sinclair. Sam
Gordon and Norman Burman.
vice presidents
The Mesdame.s Alfred Lampert.
recording secretary: Seymour Sam-
uels, corresponding secretary; Jo-
seph Scherer, financial secretary
and.JIcrbert Karo. treasurer
Past Presidents Got Pins;
Mrs. Grossing* is Honored
Eight past presidents of the Mi
. ami Beach District of the Zionist
i Organization of America received
'pins at a meeting in the Di Ltdo
j hotel last week.
The annual "Past Presidents
(Night" of the district featured the
.presentation to Mrs. Jennie Qra
singer, noted national civic leader
and philanthropist, of a Citation of
: Honor in recognition of her "de
\oted service in strengthening the
| Zionist Organization of America."
Guest speaker was Rabbi Irving
Lehrman.
Couple Set Sighti;
On Aug. 11 Rites:
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ta ._
of Augusta. Ga. announced]
gagement of their daughter,
Rachel, to Richard George
berg.
Mr. Schulberg is the son d|
and Mrs. Nate Schulberg. ail
23rd rd Miami.
The bride elect is now,
the University of Miami.
Mr. Schulberg attended i
in Miami and is a graduate af j
University of Miami.
An August 11 wedding is)
planned for Augusta, after i
the couple will reside is I
where Mr. Schulberg is in I
The bride elect is a cousin I
and Mrs Mike Forer, whoi
tained for them recently.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein, guest of honor at Labor
Zionist luncheon in Seville hotel that raised
over $22,000 in Israel Bonds, is pictured with
outstanding Bond Workers from Pioneer Wo-
men's group. Left to right are Mrs. Abraham
Shedroft. Mr. Isaac Pushkin, president of Pio-
Mr. NrT^'nfS^' Mr' Io~Ph Mintaes.
llSnSSS *j**P*- Mrs. Goldstein. Mrs
B S M1"* ??Zr* *a* Meyer
B. Kahn. Mrs. L E. Goldman.
Mothers Club
Installs Officers
I Officers nf the Mothers QJub of
Helta Phi Epsilon soninty were
installed at a luncheon Saturday
in the Lucerne hotel.
< batman of arrangements was
Mis Mcdwin Benjamin. Mrs. Al-
bert Dubbin was master of cere-
monies, with Mrs. Nathan Zuit-
man actiing as installing officer.
Officers ara Mrs. George Sup-
erman, president; Mrs.. Sam Bra-
dy, vice president; Mrs. Edward
E inborn, recording secretary;
Mr. Samuel Miller, correspond
n secretary; and Mrs. Joseph
Schwardron, treeeerer.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames HUma August, Sam Baron.
Medwin Benjamin. Albert Dubbin.
Samuel Goodman. Cele Kosrh. Leon
Lepselter and Abraham Levine.
Clein, Radoff
Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Berry CWd
N. W. 44th ave. announcetaM
gagement of their daugstaT
ene Sue. to Samuel Radoff. a*
Mr and Mrs. Abe ludatj
N. W. 27th st.
Helene. who is P"***
Omega Delta Psi CounAi
graduate fnm Miami Seaar|
School in June.
Mr. Radoff is lso a i
Miami Senior High.
The wedding will uto
June 23 at Miami Hebrew r
and Oangregatlaa.
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md Mrs. Shepherd Broad, of Bay Harbor Islands, pic-
jwith Col Benjamin Givli at Balmoral hotel. Broads ten-
reception in honor of Givli.whose startling and unortho-
lilitary tactics played a decisive role in Israel's victory
recent operations in Sinai peninsula, appeared on be-
State of Israel Bonds. Large group of United States
i, representing various services, were on hand to greet
"i, as well as many community and civic leaders.
Coral Way Has
Joint Installation
Joromc Rosen WU installed pres-
' "* ,"f 0>rl WJiy Jewish Center
tfteDi Lidohotel. i{;il)h, Benjamin
|lil''1' w Insulting otthwT
Others who assumed oifice are
"""I" "mnnelfaub, f.rst % ee
president; Bob Herrls, executive
":'; Marvin Wiener, fin."!
"'I jcretary; Charhu Uventbsl,
Wrdin secretary; and Arnold
(fur, corregpondlnj itcntary.
i Imtalled president of the
S.sterhood were th. Mesd.mes
Jack Friedman, president; Rob-
: rt Gartman, first vice president;
I B.rm Reinhardt, exeeutive
' vice president; Howard Ro.ran,
' ***nrl Ben Soto, recording
secretary; ,nd Milton Schaeffer,
I """responding secretary.
Center past president Jack Fried-
man was presented with a Ravel by
past vice president Philip Cook. '
Pas! president of the Sisterhood
Mrs. Martin Aronow was presented
with a gavel by Mrs. Gartman.
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sts
la-
)el Will Have TV Next Year
will hj\ e television facil-
jthiniw i years. But they will
solely for scientific pur-
Ins revealed Wednesday by
Leonard Cohen, national
of the Medical Center
Bee of Hadassah, the Wo-
Zionist Organization of
wh......nore than 300,000
i throughout the U.S., Alas-
o Rico are now mark
45th anniversary,
[Cohen said that at least two
circuit color television units
J installed for medical train-
|the $12 5 million Hadassah-
Iniver-ity Medical Center
I built a! Kin Karem, five
of Jerusalem.
i unit and installation will
estimated $45,000 and
able medical students to
brain, heart and chest
She also disclosed that
I to operate the televis-
ion units will receive special
training in the U.S. and Great
Britain. The Medical Center-
slated for completion in 1959
will consolidate all of Hadassah's
health and medical training ser-
vices to meet the increasing
needs of Israel's growing popula-
tion, she said, adding that "it
will serve as the core of healing,
teaching and research for Israel
and the Middle East."
Comprising the Medical Center.
Mrs. Cohen said, will be a 500-bed
teaching hospital with service de-
partments and laboratories; a sep-
arate mother and child pavilion for
maternity and infant care: the Ro-
senshon Clinic, capable of handling
more than 200.000 outpatients an-
nually; and the Henrietta Szold
School of Nursing and Residence
for 150 nurses.
In addition, a $5 million Hebrew
Univresity-Hadassah Medical School
the only medical school in Is-
rael-is being built, equipped to
train 465 students in medicine, den-
tistry and pharmacy. A Psychiatry
Institute and Hospital is also being
planned by the Israel government
adjacent to the Medical Center to
take advantage of the proximity of
the medical school, where psychiat-
ric personnel will be trained.
"The Hadassah Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center was planned by
American doctors who brought the
best of their sound scientific skill
to the functional program," Mrs.
Cohen stated. "It was developed
with the help of Israel's doctors
from the Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization who, with their fellow physi-
cians in America, synthesized their
expert knowledge of the require-
ments of Israel with the best plan-
ning ideas a first-rate Medical Ad-
visory Board from the United
States can furnish."
She'll Be Hostess
Mrs. Eugene Schwartz, ppresi-
dent of Deborah Tuberculosis So-
ciety, will be hostess to a brunch
meeting at her home, 9013 Dick-
ens ave.. Thursday June 6, at 10
a.m.
Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood past president Mrs. Mar-
tin Arnow offers gavel to new president Mrs. Jack Friedman
at Sunday installation ceremonies in DiLido hotel.
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New Grand Chief To Conduct Meet
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Newly appointed District Dep-
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Rep. Orr Lashes Out At Reaction Forces; Praises Gov
Rep. John B. Orr. Jr., receives Leonard Abess award for his
contribution to human relations at state-wide meetina of Anti-
Defamation League in Alqiers hotel Sunday. Abess makes
presentation to Dade legislator.
Gables ZOA Lists Annual Affair
Max Fricdson and Abe Rurevitz, ixation of America, have assumed
veteran members of the (oral Ga the chairmanship of the district's
District of the Zionist Organ- annual dinner and dance which will
be held this year June 15 at the
Hillel Foundation. 1100 Miller dr..
Coral Gabta
badars Sachs, entertainnmenl'
chairman, has announced that un-
usual entertainment ii well as
outstanding guest artist- hai been
arran
Proceedi ol the affair have bean
earmarked to eatabUsh two scholar1-
(hiDt in the Kfar Silver Children's
ultural Training School of the j
/'i \ located in Ashkalon. Israel.
Ill honor of Mr and Mrs. Morris Si-1
mon. veteran leaders and organiz- i
an of the coral Gabies District.
Dade Rep John B. Orr, Jr., told
state leaders from throughout Flor
i.i.i Sunday that Gov. Collins is the
people'! main stop-gap between
democracy and forces of reaction at
Tallahassee
The fighting liberal spoke at a
tata-wlde meeting of the Anti-Oc-
tion League at the Algiers h )
taT, where iH received the ADL's
Leonard Abesi award for his contri-
bution to human relations
In a broadside attack against bills
introduced UltS the legislature that
Mttghi to tie up the efforts of in-
dividuall and organizations battling
in behalf ol integration, as well u-
sharp w.irds for small county- lead
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Temple Emanu-EI
Baccalaureate Fete
Temple Kmanu-El will hold its
mutual baccalaureate service de-
dicated to the graduating class of
Miami Beach High School Satur-
day morning. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Members of the student body
wwill participate in the special
service. Irvin Katz, principal of
Miami Beach High School, will
extend greetings.
Steven Zinner. president of the
Student Body and son of Dr. and
Mrs Murray Zinner. will speak
on behalf of the graduates.
ers who aimed to close the public
school system in a "last resort"
move to maintain segregation of the
races, Orr declared:
"Gov. Collins is an ardent
spokesman for the principles of
freedom. In his moderate fashion,
ho has held the tide against these
and other iniquitous forces that
would put an end to human de-
cency. Were the small county
*"" .....*t
Earlier, at a n u
Itn League. a resolutiaaJ
<'lco^end,n3,he,;^
J nd e su^
WUgious .ns,ructlri ,i;e
JOSIM COHEN
Cohen Appointed
Installing Chairman
David Whitman, president of
Beth Jacob Congregation. WedBM
" day announced the appointment of
)' seph Cohen as chairman of an
installation banquet for newly
elected officers and board of di-
rectors of the congregation.
The dinner will be held Sun-
day evening, June 9 at Whitman
Hall, 311 Washington eve. Rabbi
Tibor Stern will install the new-
ly elected officers.
Cohen is prominently active in
Federation, Mt. Sinai Hospital and
the Hebrew Academv.
Senior Citizens
Take a Switch
&V i, or Citizens' Weak took a new
switch last week when Mike BBS
lain, director of the retiree Black-
stone hotel, reported that men far
outnumber the women guests at his
hotel.
This is contrary, to national
statistics which stress that wo-
men today are enjoying longer
lives than m*n. Main reason Is
believed to be the higher inci-
dence of heart disease among
males, according to geriatric stu-
dies.
Sossin also announced a week's
free stay at the Blackstone for
golden agers who wish to teat out
the advantages of hotel livmg. be-
fore deciding an year round
dence.
"ver 30 seniors, from Long
Island to Texas, have checked in
since he tirst opened his Black-
stone retirement plan
Gifts Hit $1,560,000 Nark
Giftl to the I'niversity oi Miami
development fund now have reach-
ed a total of $1,560,000 in pledges
n MU announced at a report lunch-
eon of leaders of the undertakings.
Dr. John \\ Snyder. chairman of
the doctors committee for the fund,
told the luncheon that a committee
had been organized and had be-
gun preliminary work by sending
out a letter to all members of the
Dade County Medical Society, ask-
ing for individual support.
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11*** Ml
Mrs. Harry Shopiro, prominent club woman and civic
endorses Judge Barnard Frank ior re-election to City
of Miami Beach.
KEEP
A CAPABLE
MAN IN
OFFICE
Mew floating Ramp Built
By Hialeah Establishment
A much needed floating and
ranp for launching boats in Hia-
leah is the result of the civic-mind-
edness of DeLarm's Pishing Tackle
Store, 93 W. Okeechobee rd., which
'recently built the ramp and footed
the entire $600 expense.
The new ramp is free to the pub-
lio and replaces the old ramp un-
der the Miami Springs water tank,
which has been walled up to make
way for the construction of private
homes there.
DeLarm's maintains the float
and ramp and assumes all finan-
cial responsibility for it as a public
service.
Building1 Theme
Of Costume Ball
"The Rhythmaires," a five
'piece dance band, will supply
j music at a Builders Costume Ball
I presented by the Southwwest Jew
ish Center. 6438 SW 8th it Satur
day evening. June 8.
Planned to focus attention on the
( enters building fund, meatban
f and friends will appear dressed in
the costume of construction work
ers. Prizes will be aw warded for
the outstanding costume.
Milton Miller has been ap-
pointed "general contractor" of
the affair.
1 Southwest Jewish Center was
; organized less than one year ago
land Is in the midst of a campaign
"fund to erect a new Center build
ing. Miller and Jack Grusby are
| committee fund chairmen


May3Kj95Z_
]%ar lark Kalish Will
Bar Mitzvah
iiirk David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
"aniJ. Kalish. 6411 S.W. 17 St.,
Ci. will become Bar Mitzvah on
furday. J""e at TcmP,c Ju"
Rabbi Morris Skop will offi-
; is an honor student In the
[{nth grade of West Miami Jun-
jigh. and is a member of the
dership Club. He has had He-
Instruction for some five
dush honoring the Bar Mitz-
,will follow the services at the

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Bar Mitzvah Set
Saturday Morn
Stepphen Mark Harris, son of
NW 67th avc. will become Bar
M.tzvah Saturday morning, June
R.hh fES"* k'uish (<".
Kamii Abraham Levitan
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ciate.
will offi-
Stophcn at lends Roosevelt
School, the United Cerebral Palsy
Otaic and the Southwest Jewish
tenter religious school.
Parents are instructors at the
Southwest Jewish Center religious
school, and will be honored with
Stephen at the late Friday service
Oneg Shabbat,
Mrs. Harris is also president of
the I'TA Of the Roosevelt School,
where Mr. Harris is vice president
of the Daddies Club, They will be
hosts at Kiddush, which will fol-
loww the Bar Mitzvah services
aard Davis, nephew of Mr.
Mis. M. H. Rosenhouse,
Delaware ave., Miami
ach, will become Bar Mitz-
i Saturday, June 1, at Tern-
jle Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
famish will officiate.
Edwin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert U. Reisman, 4213 Sher-
idan ave., will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sho-
lom, Saturday, June 1. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Tifereth Israel
Will Confirm 3
Second confirmation class of
Tifereth Israels religious school
will be solemnized Sunday, 2 p.m.,
at the new synagogue.
To be confirmed are Dorothy
Mayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick H. Mayer;' Marion
I Querido. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Querido; and Rhoda Grant,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Grant
Theme of the confirmation is:
"The Three Pillar* of the World."
Rabbi Abraham Herson will offi-
ciate.
%
Cantor Albert C.lantz. Dr. B.
Kirsch and choir, congregation
president Marshall Comis, and Mrs.
Morns Eisenberg, president of the
Sisterhood, will participate in the
confirmation ceremony. A recep-
tion honoring the conl'irmands will
follow the service-.
7-5
Larry, son of Mrs. Eleanor
Schwartz, will become Bar
Mitzvah Sabbath morning,
June 1, at Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate. Larry is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus and
attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mra.
Irving Carrey, 1325 N. Bi3-
cayne pt. rd., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
June 1, at North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officiate. Howard is
a student in religious school
of Center and attends Nauti-
lus Junior High.
atthew, son of Dr. and Mrs.
yraour Schneider, will be-
ome Bar Mitzvah at Temple
oanu-El Saturday morning,
bn. 1. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
' officiate. Matthew is a
venth grade student at Nau-
and attends Temple
anu-El religious school.
Sol Goldman Assumes Second Term
I As Bureau Schedules Annual Meeting
Sol Goldman has been reclectcd
I president of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
With him were elected Louis Ilci-
man. Max Itelsel, Benjamin Meyers
'and Mr- Matilda II Rattier, honor-
;ary president-; Harry Simonhoff.
Joseph DuittOV, Harold Thiinnan.
i honorary vice presidents; Meyer A
'Baskin, Harry Arthur Greenberg,
Charles K. Gottlieb, vice presidents;
Mrs. Louis Glasser, secretary; and
Khiel Leaowoder, treasurer.
Goldman was the founder and
publisher of The Jewish Rec-
; ord of St. Louis at the early age
of 21, was president of the For-
eign Language Newspapers
Assn. of. St. Louis, has served as
vice president of the Bureau for
six years, is past chairman of
the Bureau's Board of License, is
a member of the board of gov-
ern* of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, financial sec-
retary of Temple BmanuEl, and
comptroller of the Hebrew Aca-
demy and local Jewish National
Fund.
Scholarship fund Musicale
Draws 500 fo Beth Sholom
At a scholarship fund musicale
Sunday night at Temple Beth
Sholom, Herman A. Binder, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Music and
Art League, in a brief welcoming
statement said it was the intention
of the League to present additional
concerts for the purpose of aug-
menting the scholarship fund,
which will be used to assist talent-
ed youngsters in music and other
arts.
Barnett Brceskin, violinist, was
accompanied by Mrs. Albert Pick.
Highlight of the eveninf was
Manna Zucca, accompanying Brees-
kin in one of her own compositions,
"Hakinch," (Lament). Some 500
persons were present.
He is also a member of B'nai
lf'rith. Zionist Organization, Ma-
sonk Order and the Elks.
('llicers of the Bureau will be
formally installed Saturday night
at the Seville hotel by Dr. II.
Franklin Williams, vice president
of the University of Miami.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau, will outline
the Bureau's functions in aiding the
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
in the placement of qualified teach-
er- through it- Placement Service
and Board of License; training of
teachers by seminars; courses al
tlie Bureau's College of Jewish
Studies; Teacher Bulletins for all
occasions; curricula planning and
annuual testing programs; and in-
terschool and intercommunity activ-
ities
Mrs. Charles E, Gottlieb is pro-
gram chairman. Assisting are Mcs-
i Harold Thunnan and Mey-
er A. Baskin. co-chairmen. Joseph
Duntov, Harry A. Greenberg. Sol
IGoldman, Ehicl Lesowoder, Ben-
jamin Meyers, Charles E. Katner,
Ham Simonhoff, and Louis Sch-
wartzman.
Senior Engineers
Set Fete June 8
Senior engineering class at the
University of Miami will hold its
graduation banquet June 8 at Mi-
ami Springs Villas.
Guest speaker will be Steve
Ramsey, manager of the Minne-
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. ->
Wallet-sized replicas of the dip-
lomas which the seniors will re-
ceive at official graduation cere-
monies June 10 will be given to
each student.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the university, has
been invited to attend the banquet,
over which class president Jerry
Newstrom will preside.
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was
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the
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J2' *n of ** and Mrs.
Jnce Epstein. 74.2l Car- '
,ave. will become Bar
taT? ^"Ktay mominq.
W' Nor1h Sho" J"*h
* Rabbi Mayer Abram-
PJJ*U1 officiate. Barry i. a
lew re!iqloU8 ,choo, of
and attends Nautilus
nigh.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER
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THE SWING IS TO
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Join Your Councilman
HAROLD SHAPIRO
At These Great RALLIES
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MONDAY, JUNE 3
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Smathers Due in Talk
At Outstanding Citizen
Award Ceremony Here
intk *..! .i., ._____II___ *-*;! <* ____
Ninth annual Outstanding Citi-
zens Award will be held at Bayfront
Park auditorium Tuesday night.
June 4. Sponsors are scores of ser-
vice organizations throughout Dade
county under the leadership of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
The annual event recogniaes an
outstanding man and woman in
Dade county for service rendered |
in behalf of the county during the
previous year. Winners of the
event last year were Robert Morgan
and Mrs. E. D. Pierce.
Deadline for nominations this
year is Saturday. June 1, and all
county and include Mr. William
(V*ra) Cox, Mrs. Waltar H. Bock-
ham, Mr*. Sydney L. Weintraub
and Mrs. Eileen Cubillas. Man'*
candidates include Limjr Walk-
er, Abe Aronoviti, William Apte,
Lao Axelrod, Morris Cohen, the
lato Rev. Edward W. Ullrich and
Dr. H. Franklin William*.
Harry Schwartz, president of Sho-
lem Lodge, said Wednesday that
"sponsorship of events of this t\pc
are typical of B'nai B'rith a.....i.
to foster civic projects throughout
the community during the year."
Judges for selection of nominees
J^oy.Mo3L
250 Watch JNF Hon^WoHuT
Some 2 0 nennm nik.nj i__. u ,r* **"er$
Sidney Uw ,.
executiv,.bn?rri mbfro'tk!l
BookCertSr^?1
* to
S. GlOKGl SMATHttS
Some 290 persons gathered last
week at the Seville hotel to take
part in the annual "recognition
meeting" of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirit- S)
ual leader of North Shore Jewish and ^ZS^ ^m*,
(Center, made presentations to Seville hotel ^'"""'"i'-
workers who had distinguished sm'' '" Jewish* J'*
themselves by outstanding accom-1 Dr &v Kogan '"**
Plishment for JNF during the past "' J|NFBiWui, p^J
year The following received gift ^^JjmJ
awards:
The Meidamo. Nathan Book-
pan. lather Cut lor. Jack Davit,
Lois Marcus. Miriam Press,
Julius Rotenstein, Call Segal, j
Z. Stadlan, Malka Shklair and Ida
Weasel. Certificate awards were
made to Mrs. Elsie Alexander,
Mr. Harry Faldmen, Mr. Jacob C.
Fishman, Mrs. Esther Gerber,
sZ!v"?Sry ^ submitted to 1 are <:oort,e Boobe. mana>iinK editor
fZZT, ZXPJSh M,am'- "' P*"** 'h F.ond.an:
j* .! (oUnci, of
Ml- icopus H-fJ0JJflj
u.n'v. SCPU8 *"!> lb
"' be entertained wihf.
"" P.y a, the horiJ
Mart.n Fishman. 103? "
<_<>r;d C..I.K Mondsv.
chairmen Of the event
United States Sen. George
Smathers will be guest speaker
at the presentation and will dis-
cuss among other topics the cur-
rent Middle East crisis and the
national budget. The awards
will be presented by Joseph Lip-
ton, president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., patron
of the event for the past several
years.
Knlph Renick. WTVJ; Charles Har
|rison, WCKT; and Swerdlin.
Dr. Beigun Speaks
At Histadrut Meet
Annuual conference of the Is-
rael Histadrut Committee of Great-
er Miami was held Sunday, at the
Raleigh hotel.
Guest of honor at the conference
was national secretary of Histadrut
'Dr. Dov Beigun.
Ehiel Lesowoder. president of
the local Histadrut Committee,
opened the conference with key-
note remarks
"Histadrut in Israel is now as
Dade County Commission, will ,n- i, has always been in the pTst a
Some 3.000 major force behind the upbuilding
Members of the committee as-
M-ting Aronovitz and Swerdlin are
Joatpfa A. Rayvis, Nathan Newman
and State Attorney Richard Ger-
stein.
Faris Cowart. chairman of the
Seated at head table during conference of lav Miami Dr A hku. a *m
rael Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami Z HaUVrin StanY F 3.
Sunday at Raleigh hojel are Cleft to right) Mr*, ^rnarJtTwTli. SuSTmS V
Duel Ueowoder.Dr. Dor Beigun, national sec- Krantz. M.toch Grafs tern a^Mol
SUl "^u^ ai6' ^-^oder. pre*- execuUve dVectci ^^
dentof Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater
persons are expected to attend
This year's nominees number
among some of the most out-
standing personalities in Dade
S. J. Halperin, retiring presi-
dent of Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce, was pre-
sented with organization's
award for distinguished ser-
vice at a dinner Friday at
Seville hotel. Presenting the
award in behalf of Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce
was Leon McAskill, incoming
president.
and the development of the young
democratic state, serving as a bea-
con of light in the Middle East "
Lesowodor declared.
Cited by Lesowoder for their
outstanding and untiring efforts
in behalf of the State of Israel
were Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Hal-
perin.
In a major address Dr. Beigun
pointed out that "it was our
pioneering movement, the Hista-
drut. that brought to Israel, begin-
ning with the second Aliyah. the
youth from Eastern Europe, and it
was this youth, imbued with the
Mtala of redeeming the land and
themselves, who remained as
builders and defenders of their
own homeland."
Newly elected officers for the
19571958 Israel Histadrut Com
mittee are Ehiel Lesowoder. pres
dent: Dr. A J Union. J. Z Stad
Ian. Mrs. Ida Powell. David
Freedman and Solomon Halperin
vice presidents; mitM Miller
treasurer; Mordechai Franklin.',
co treasurer; Ben Minenberg. sec-1
retary; Aaron Liebman. financial'
secre,ary; Sam Schachno. comp- \
troller; Mrs. Solomon Halperin I
chairman, Kupat Holim member-
ship; Jacob Schachter. chairman,
hotel committee; Sophie Krantz
chairman, hostess committee; and
Mrs J. Bobbins, recording secre
tary.
Installed the board of directors
were S. Ashkenazy, ||. B. Aster
Mrs Ethel Berkwith. I J. Bergen-
bid. Mrs Anna Sorin Bild. M
Burstein. Mr. and Mrs j p Cosow
L. Dukler. I. J. Edelstein. Jacob
Fish. Jacob Fishman. M. Fried
Goldberg. Melech Graft.ste.n. Mr
S Knnt M K.3.hn- "^^ "'Wm;
S. Kopkind. Mrs I I-hlon. I Le
derman. S. Lerner. Mrs. A. Face
William Peskoff. B. Powell. Mrs
Lena Pushkin. Mrs. Jacob Raffel j
Rewson, Mr. Jack Robbins. Dr 'a
Rosett. Harry Sachs. I. M Sachs
Mrs. Fred Sandier. Mrs. M See-
man, Morris Sefres. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Seitlin, Minnie Shubov Mrs R
Uliss, Dr I. Unterman. Dr and
Mrs. S. Wilensky, and Mrs. Oscar
Zeltzer.
Israel Protests
Eban Appearance
At League Meet
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israel
Government was asked in Parlia-
ment Wednesday why Ambassador
Abba Eban had addressed a con-
ference of the Independent Zionists
in New York.
The question was posed in Parlia-
ment by a General Zionist deputy
I and was directed at Foreign Minis-
ter Golda Meir. The General Zion
1st deputy claimed that Mr. Eban
had stated that he made his ap-
pearance under instructions from
Jerusalem. The question was there-
fore directed not at Mr. Eban but
at the Foreign Ministry.
is it the task of the Foreign
Ministry to interfere in internal af-
fairs of the Americas Zionists by
enrouragmg divisions harmful to Foreign Minister Meir will
Israel?" the interpellation asked, j the questions at a future
Under Parliamentary procedure, [of Parliament.
Youth Activity Program sponsored by Sisterhood of Ta
Judea is assured for next year, according to (left to right)!
David Steinburg, Mrs Jack Somberg and Mis. Max May*!
chairmen of drive which helped make goal possible.
i%OGUST BROS k7,
I
Thank
You...
*.,. fl4 m*.my> mM%y M'uJs and voters who yiittrd'X
* ?,' f *** vOU 0/ confidence and faith. .
Juna Hh! r0m0mb*r "" lobjHufb* completed next TuitJ<
I humbly ask for. yout continued tup port.
Sincerely,
Kenneth Ohs ^ 1


.May 31. 1957
ISual 'BBYO Day' HearsTaik
By Surprise Visitor Or. Max Baer
f(| and fifty people Um, White Ifo. Edward Silbrrs.,.;,,
tZhtn^rldton
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d hundred and fifty people
Ltd I" "" first annuual
rpay' sponsored by the
io{ directors of the B'nai
I Youth Organitttton at the
shotel lasl week.
Led attraction included a
& In Dr. Mrt F. Baer.
J ^c.,.,- of BBYO.
rt, Talianoff, past president
^Florida State Federation of
lRY;,h I .dees, installed the
fc*rd for >he local BBYO.
f^ver District 5 BBYO di-
I presented with a plaque
LtttandinS service to the
l program "
officers of the BBYO
I ire Mrs. Joseph Bermann,
,,nt; Mrs. Murray Lazarus,
Em Wilson and Jerome
bmo, vice presidents; Mr.
Backoff, recording tec-
JTind Mrs. Harvey Herman,
londing secretary.
lit Milton A. Friedman pre
j advisor cards to volunteer
L who guide BBYO chap
1 the Darie county area. Rc-
recognition were Bernard
Cin.r.enr^.' Migdon. Dr. Leon-
fenz.S:(lnc> Greenspan. Harry
irg. Joe Reisman, Joe Gold-
bs. Bernice Bobkoff, Mrs. F.
k Mrs. E Silver-tein. Mrs. S.
t. Mr- J. Golden, Miss Maxine
Mrs. E. Cohen, Mrs. E. Zer-
IMi" Dor thy Steubin. fctlsi
[siegjl. M>- R. Horlick. Mrs.
nan. Harold Lebow and Dr.
fSobel.
1 322 received two cup* for
Binding activity in its cultur-
rtligious programs while
iHorricanes AZA wan the cup
(community service.
tluded in the program were
I by Ros- Sandier, past presi-
|of the Finn,l.i region of AZA,
nee- L ranis. Districts vice
tat. B'nai B nth GnJ>.
nin eras Mrs Murray Laz-
arus, while Mrs. Edward Sill,,,-,,,,,
|was In charge of arra ,,,,,,
S3 of ,., l6AOORE KOWAJ.
Ihre
;..i*bu.,..lv-.
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MRS. MARY RESNIK
LBA:::!- .,;
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Memorial 1 'bai el hi ph _- ioculi>.
Councilman Harold Shapiro, who assisted in
campaign for Miami Bsach's new Exhibition
Hall, turns first shovel of dirt at groundbreak-
ing aided by (left to right) Councilman Melvin
Richard, Miss Miami Beach, Deanna Briggs,
and Vice Mayor Marcie Liberman. Under their
leadership, city's S3.500.000 Exhibition Hall will
enable Miami Beach to accommodate nation's
largest conventions. Shapiro, former mayor, is
a candidate for reelection in Tuesday's coun-
cilmanic voting. .
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Shapiro Gathers Extra Support
and scores of others in announcing
Miami Beach's most active com-
munal leaders joined Councilman
Harold Shapiro's campaign for' re-
election Wednesday.
B'nai B'rith leaders George J.
Talianoff, Paul Seiderman and Ger-
shon Miller joined forces with
Civic League president Allen Gold-
berg, labor leader John Lunin, Al
Sherman, Harry Webb, George Kas-
tenbaum. Milton Maber, realtor I*o
Eiscnstein, Judge Charles Gertler
Ivan B. Fisher, 5821 SW 14th
St., Miami representative of
Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company, has returned from
New York City, where he par-
ticipated in two-week training
course on advanced life un-
derwriting techniques a nvd
practices. Fisher was recent-
ly appointed insurance con-
sultant. He will continue as-
sociation with company's Bis-
cayne district office at 3200
SW 3rd ave.
JNF Council Plans Special
Radio Program for Shavuoth
Daniel M. Broad, preslddent of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, has announced
that a Shavuoth program sponsored
by the Council will be broadcast
over radio station WAHR Sunday
morning from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Dr. David Andron will be guest
speaker. Also stated is Rabbi May-
er Abraniowitz, of the North Shore
Jewish Center and chairman of the
JNF executive board. Broad will
act as ma>ter of ceremonies.
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their support for Shapiro.
Speaking at a Wednesday night
rally at Workmen's Circle, Sha-
piro pointed out that the primary
"only indicated the four leaders.
This week is the election that
counts, and I urge the 10,000 reg-
istered voters who did not go to
the polls to vote Tuesday so that
they can have a part to say in
the make-up of our city govern-
ment for the next four years."
Shapiro trailed third place by
I some 288 votes, and ran almost
1,000 votes ahead of fifth place. He
: announced he will conduct a night-
I ly radio program over WAHR from
j 11:15 until 11:30 p.m., except on
(Friday and Sunday nights, to ac-
quaint the public with all of the
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