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

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

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Number 24
"'"9 THE JEW/SH UN/TY and THE JEtV/SH WEEfftr
^iZE^ZLiday. June 14. 195?"
Price 20c?
i0 Sides of the Same Story:
lag Sees Israel-Egypt Relations Improving;
rab Nations Reported Intensifying Boycott
14,865,000 Tallied
fy UJA at Mid-Year
New York Conference
V YORK(JTA)The United Jewish Appeal this week reacheo
ar standing of S44,145,000 in cash against this year's pledges as
(ailing SI4,000.000 were brought forward here by represent*
lt> local campaign* arcoss the nation.
More than 800 Jewish community
leaden- from all parts of the coun-
_ try attending the final session ol
lAhnCAn \3V^ "* 'w-day national rescue confer-
ence of the United Jewi-h Appeal
at the Hotel Roosevelt participated
in this demonstration of American
Jewry's resolve to do everything
in its power to rescue am! reset tic
Con
Pro
Says
It Must Lead
Disarmament
ft' YoliK-Senate, raajor-
rr Lyndon* B Johnson told
lay natmn.d rescue confer-
!the Iniicd Jewish Appeal
Kg here over the weekend
t United states must seek an
IfurUin" between this coun
I the Soviet Union.
Hiring at the opening session
UJA deliberations. Sen.
made a dramatic plea for
State, to take the lead
Bitting the case for atomic
en*nt to the people of the
lly the Soviet peo-
' the way to prevent "world
fit*. Johnson said the United
tinued on Page 3A
II
at least 100.000 Jewish refugees
from oppression who are lleeing
Egypt. Hungary. North Africa and
Eastern Europe
The conference adopted a res-
olution calling upon American
Jewry "to match the superhuman
effort of the people of Israel in
helping to absorb the new flood
of refugees." Noting that Amer-
ican Jewry had been "awaken-
ed to its role and responsibility
in the transmigration of Jews
fleeing from terror, persecution
and insecurity," the resolution
stated that the United Jewish Ap-
peal has "high hopes that the
Jews of the United States will
not relax in their efforts until
very Jew uprooted from his
Continued on Page 2A
NEW YORK (JTA) Member nations of the
Arab League, led by Saudi Arabia, stepped up boy-
cott efforts against Israel this week simultaneously
with a new propaganda campaign aimed at halting
Israel's growing maritime traffic through the Gulf
of Aqaba.
While Israel has been stilling all
reports of Aqaba traffic. Saudi Ara-
bia has been trying to throw a world
news sp(,tiiRht on the shipping.
This week the oil rich kingdom ac-
cused Israel of bombarding Saudi
Arabian coastal positions along the
Aqaba Gulf three times in ten days.
In identical letters to the Secur-
ity Council and to Secretary Gen-
eral Dag Hammarskjold at the
United Nations. Sheikh Abdullahal-
Khayyal, permanent Saudian rep-'
resentative at the UN, charged the
I-i.h I Navy with "flagrant viola-
tions and provocations" in the Gulf.
The complaint asserted that Is-
rael navy units had bombarded
coastal positions "with light and
UNITED NATIONS _(JTAi Cautious optimism
about Egyptian-Israeli relations was expressed this
week by United Nations Secretary General Dag Ham-
marskjold at a press conference here. He said that
there had been some improvement over the situation
existing before the Sinai campaign.
"There have been continuous de-
velopments behind the smoke-
screen and when the smokescreen
is lifted, we may be delighted to see
signs of solid progress," he declar-
ed. Pressed for clarification of this
statement, he said it was a "feel-
ing" of an improvement in the psy-
chological situation.
The UN chief described the pres-
ence of United Nations Emergency
Forces as having introduced a new
element in the border situation,
asserting "it gives us a period dur-
ing which various matters can be
discussed." Discussing the two land-
mining incidents reported la-t
week, the UN Secretary General
pointed out that both occurred near
the demarcation line. He noted.
Continued on Page 8 A
DA6 HAMMARSKJOLD
... in the middle
Continued on Page 8 A
fy Direct Teletype Wire Service
IffiRl SAI.l m i.iTA)The Israel Students* Union decided Wednes-
|t to send a delegation to the forthcoming International youth
Wm Moscow this summer unless it is permitted to make arrange-
''ndependent 0f any other group.
v non-Communist group was prepared to send a delegation of 80
ln and women to Moscow, but was told to make its arrange-
t jointly with the Lsrael festival committee.
see the festival committee as part of the Communist party
*re not willing to discuss with them our delegation, the Israel
Ms' Union declared. It is awaiting a reply from Moscow on
w in independent delegation will be accepted.
delegation
e e
" Fl!>. N Y.-A call for "unity in the American
'tovenieni as an aid to strengthening ideological concepts ol
* as voiced here this week at the concluding session ol tm
nua| convention of B'nai Zion, the Zionist fraternal group.
^delegates voted to apply for membership in the American
'Counc.l and praised Dr. Emanuel Neumann, president ot tm
">ni/.ation of America, for his "dynamic leadership
^hun, (ioldmann. president of the World Zionist Orgamution.
** 'or h,s "inspired leadership" of that organization and for
* *ith new strength.
e e
pVSALKM-- ["million-pound loan to finance immigrant housing: waspi
^Parlument Wednesday by Finance Minister Levi EsMol.
!"*ue feature of the bill is the choice of interest rates it gW*
7* He may chooa* to receive six per cent interest on wmen
"n 'ncome tax; 4', per cent, which is tax-free; and do interest,
B1*,lc'- m a national lottery.
'Protocols'
Syria's Grist
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONTourists vis-
iting the Syrian embassy and
consulates for travel literature
have reported receiving copies
of the 52-year-old anti-Jewish
forgery, "The Protocols of the
Elders of Zion."
The pamphlets are printed in
French from plates believed to
originate in Naii Germany. They
are given out along with maps
and customary travel folders to
Americans who inquire about
visiting Syria.
The "Protocols" allege to be
a blueprint of a Jewish plot for
world domination. The forgery
originated in Ciarist Russia in
1905. It was revived in the
1930'sby the Naiis.
Israel Chief of Staff, UN
Commander Meet to Talk
Over Border Security Issue
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israel Army Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Mo-he
Dayan and United Nations Emergency Force commander Maj. Gen. E. L.
M. Burns met Wednesday to consider means of strengthening UNEF
defenses against infiltration from the Gaza Strip and landmining of
Israeli vehicles. A number of Israeli civilians and soldiers have been
wounded in a recent series of landmining incidents along the Gaza
demarcation line._______________ ___________
A communique issued after tht*---------------------------------
meeting, the lirst between the two iguar(|e(i hutei Ascalon. Both
commanders in three months, noted commanders were accompanied by
that among the means discussed for
checking the movement of infiltra-
tors across the border was a mined,
barbed wire security fence. No de-
cision was reached, however. The
meeting took place in a heavily
/Ucpifg Communist Opposition
EMIGRATION HOPE FIRED
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM Hope was felt
here for the possibility of a re-
Mvaj of Jewish immigration from
Rumania, in the wake of^reports
Wednesday that Israel and Ru-
manian iwenunent representa-
tive had reopened discussions
,, the possibility of reuniting
separated fan......>. with more lib-
eral interpretation of family re-
lationships-
Th, Israeli press reported a
somewhat friendlier attitude in
Bucharest. However, while non-
Jewish leaders are pictured as
more understanding of the
problem of separated families,
Jews among the Rumanian Com-
munist party leadership were
said to have intensified their
campaign against liberalizing
immigration policy.
It is believed here that some
time must pass before practical
results of the friendlier attitude
in Bucharest become visible.
aides.
After the 7S-minute confer-
ence. Gen..Burns held a press
conference where he revealed the
nature of the discussion and said
that UNEF was "very concerned"
over the mining of Israeli roads.
He revealed that a number of
UNEF vehicles and personnel
had fallen victim to such ambush-
es, particularly in the Rafah area.
The discussion of the security
fence, he labelled "inconclusive,"
and noted that although the pro-
posal for a buffer lone to be
created on both Israel and Egyp-
tian territory was not raised, it
had not been abandoned.
UNEF patrols are active all along
the demarcation line, day and night,
Gen. Burns insisted. He refused,
however, to state whether UN
troops were under orders to fire
on infiltrators. Although he said
UNEF was cooperating with Egyp-
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ubllshed .y.ry Friday .Inc. 1tf7 by tha Jewish
lachilai at 120 N. Sixth Straat, Miami It, Florida
Cntarad a* second-class mattar July 4, 19S0, at the Past
OTflca of Miami, Fia.. undar tha Act af Marsh S, :I7.
Tha Jawlah Florldian ha* absorb** th* Jswlsh Unity
and tha Jawlsh Wsakly. Msmbar sf ths Jswlsh Tsls.
graphic Agency. Savon Arts Faatora Syndicats. World-
wide News Servics. National Editorial Aaaoclation, Amar.
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Proas Association.
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The Jewish norMlan dooo not suar.inlre tha Kaah-
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S V C .' > T I O N ft A T I I
One vear SS.OS Two Years WOO Three Years HOOP
Volume 31 Number 24
Friday. June 14, 1957
15 Si van 5717
Contribution to Continuing Tensions
Reports that Sudanese troops are mobiliz-
ing in Gaza is shocking to all observers with a
sense of propriety and an understanding of the
complicated events that followed President
Eisenhower's ultimatum charge to Israel to
leave the area without any guarantees against
future Egyptian aggression.
Administration policy presumed to be
synonymous with UN policy on Gaza and the
Straits of Tiran; but everyone knows it was not.
Many world leaders were prepared and anx-
ious to offer the Jewish State freedom from fu-
ture blockades and over-the-border commando
raids.
Mr. Eisenhower's singular opposition to
these leaders may have enhanced briefly Amer-
ican prestige among the Arab nations, but it has
offered no solutions to any of Israel's griev-
ances; nor has it contributed toward the solu-
tion of the Suez Canal seizure.
The President has merely succeeded in re-
turning the Middle East to its unsatisfactory sta-
tus quo ante. Evidence of this lies in his failure
to show the same strength of purpose in Egypt's
illegal return to Gaza as he did in demanding
Israel's withdrawal; evidence of this is under-
scored by the news that Sudanese troops are
currently mobilizing there.
Mr. Eisenhower's continued defense of his
hands-off policy when it comes to Arab actions
against Israel is that the United Nations must
be responsible for policy in the Middle East. But
ihe President showed no hesitancy recently in
sending the Sixth Fleet to the Mediterranean,
when King Hussein was teetering on his Jor-
danian throne.
The fleet's presence, presumably, was to
What Does He Really Mean?
In an address before members of the
Brooklyn region of Hadassah. U.S. Sen. Jacob
Javits last week urged our government "to spark
a major drive in the Middle East for the re-
settlement of the Palestine Arab refugees."
Many organizations and individuals, wor-
ried about the prestige of the American Jewish
community and its relation to Israel, have on
past occasions made similar appeals.
They argue that if the Jews of America
showed their sincere, humanitarian concern for
the fate of the refugees, they would be placing
themselves in a position of advantage as world
leaders in Israel's behalf. It is their conten-
tion that the Jewish community of America has
demonstrated an inexcusable degree of insen-
sitivity toward the problem and that some of
the traditional Jewish charity and sympathy
for human misery channeled in this direction
might do more good than all of the politics at
the UN.
We don't necessarily deduce such conclu-
sions from Sen. Javits' address before the Brook-
lyn region of Hadassah. The Senator is one of
those rare people of our timea Jew high in
the echelons of Republican rule. As such, he's
between the proverbial fire and frying pan. He
must, on the one hand, reflect the positive as-
pects of his party's foreign policy in the Middle
East; he must, on the other, whip the conscience
of his party into a realistic recognition of its
astonishing failures there.
If Sen. Javits was encouraging American
Jewry to take up the cudgels in a campaign to
alleviate the pliqht of the Arab refugees then be
was by implication feeding grist to the propa-
ganda that ignores past Israeli efforts to do pre-
cisely this. If his messaqe was aimed at the
Administration, the Senator knows as well as
anyone Arabdom's own decision deliberately
to keep the refugees in a status quo of turbu-
lence.
What Sen. Javits can do is to capitalize on
his unique positionto close the gap between
Administration decision and design, to assist
in bringing to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle
East the sense of honesty of which it has been
singularly devoid during the past several years.
ward off a communist-inspired attack against
the long. But many State Department people
seriously considered the fleet to be a buffer
against possible Israeli dismemberment of Jor-
dan in the event of Hussein's fall.
Such cynical attitudes mirror the President's
double standard in the Israel-Arab dispute and
contribute to the continued tensions in the area.
A Word of Congratulation
New Mayor of Miami Beach Kenneth Oka
is a man with twelve years of experience as
justice of the peace.
As such. Mayor Oka is a man close to the
peoplea man who has intimate contact with
the needs of the average resident.
The new chief executive is also popular
is local civic, cultural and musical circles.
It is these facets of his personality and his
profession that sent 7.903 Beachites to the polls
last week to give Mayor Oka the office for the
next two years.
No less popular is Councilman Harold
Spaet. whose 5,631 votes bring him the vice
mayorship for the second time; while Council-
men Bernard Frank and Harold Shapiro were
also returned to office with comfortable tallies.
Except for Mayor Oka. the winners are all
successful councilmanic incumbents. The voice
of the people has spoken. May we add our
congratulations.
"^eab.
mmtm A real friendship
The Discouraging AJC Study
The recent American Jewish Committee
tody on restrictions against Jews in medical
schools is a discouraging one. indeed.
For it indicates that the restrictions are ex-
pected to rise during the coming decade.
This is discouraging in light of more optimis-
tic figures pointing to the general downward
trend in anti-Semitism.
Anti-Semitism may be too sharp a word to
describe quotas against Jewish students com-
peting for openings in medical schools. Educa-
tors may in this regard be quick to defend the
quota system by pointing to the ever-increasmq
number of applicants as compared with the
rigidly fixed school facilities available.
However one slices this polite reality, re-
strictions having little to do with scholarship
arid stemming purely from religious consider
ations must be considered anti-Semitism.
Reform Rabbi is Optimistk
About Ihterfaith Marriages
By MILTON GREEN
Judaism in America is being
weakened rather than strengthen-
ed by the "so-called" traditional
approach of most Orthodox and
many Conservative and Reform
rabbis toward prospective con-
verts to Judaism, particularly in
connection with mixed marriages.
This is the opinion of a Reform
rabbi who strongly favor* such
conversions, Rabbi David Max
Fiehhorn of New York, who is
chairman of the Committee on the
Unaffiliated of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, the
first official rabbinical effort to
convert American non-Jews.
Rabbi* who adhere to "mechan-
ical legalistic formulas" in hand-
ling prospective converts in mat-
ters of marriage, says Dr. Eich-
horn, have produced "and will
continue to produce nothing but
a miserable harvest of unending
unhappine-s for all concerned."
Practicing what he preaches.
R;ii.hi Eichnorn has used a unique
procedure in officiating at mixed
marriages, a procedure which he
believes conforms to the "clas<=i
cal Jewish attitude" toward such
marriages.
This attituoe. Rabbi Eichhorn
argues in an article in the CCAR
Journal, is i.ased on the Talmudic
position that "if a candidate wants
to become a Jew for unworthy
reason... he is rejected. If he seeks
to strengthen the Jewish rel'pknis
fellowship and the influence of
Judaism, he is accepted."
The New York rabbi describes
the "so-called" traditional atti-
tude as one based on the proposi-
tion that "the overwhelming ma-
jority of non-Jews who want to
become Jews are moved by un-
worthy motives" and that the rab-
bi's duty is to dissuade the pros-
pective convert. The rabbi "must
seldom if ever be willing to be-
stow the precious privilege of be-
coming and being Jewish upon a
born non-Jew."
From this it follows that even
with prior conversion, a success-
ful mixed marriage is practically
impossible, a position which
clashes with "demonstrable fact,
plain common sense and spiritual
decency and integrity."
"This is a harsh principle."
says Rabbi Eichhorn. "whose
harshness is recognized by many-
rabbis, including those non-Re-
form rabbis who try to get around
tho. prohibition by sending their
candidates to be converted -
for reasons of marriage to
their local Reform colleague."
No Hypocrisy
Nevertheless, this Talmudic
prohibition, though harsh in prac-
tical application, is in Dr. Eich-
horn's opinion, "absolutely sound
and valid in theory. No convert
should ever be received into Ju-
daism or any other religion if
there is any reason for doubting
his sincerity."
The obligation of the rabbi in
dealing with a couple, therefore,
is to make certain there is "no
element of hyprocrisy of cocrci in
connected with a particular con-
version."
As matters now stand, the rab-
bi usually does one of three
things, none of them without
grave shortcomings, wholly aside
from the issue of whether he
approves if mixed marriag?s; the
couple seeking him out intend t<>
be married, regardless of his at-
tilu.lr
If the rahbi insists on conver-
sion of the non-Jew before he will
marry him or her to a born-Jew.
kg is placing before the non-Jew
"the choice of conversion or per-
sonal misery." Rabbi Eichhorn
bclicvev In rebuttal to the popu-
lar view that any mm -Jew seek-
ing conversion for marriage is au-
tomatically insincere and hypo-
critical, Rabbi Eichhorn argues
that in forcing conversion as
condition of marriage
is using "a clearly card.
and is giving the <,*
liable opportunity to
liar and me hypocrite-
If the rahhi refuses
the couple, he will pr
a Jew away iron Judi
stroy whatever possib..
may have been for the |_
of the non-Jew to Judaisn
the creation, by this coon
acceptablr Jewish family!
If he marries the ei
conditionally, says Dr.
the rabbi will have
bring into existence ".i
which will have no spintuf
a family whose childrj
either be torn asunder i
ally by the conflicting .
ideologies of their parentt
will be cast adrift spirit!
cause of their parents'
ence to religion."
Insists on Commit*
Rabbi Bkhbora'i secoj
ise is that 'membershin
household of Israel
earned through a peri*
perience in actual Jevisj
through one's demonstn
or her worthiness for mei
by following a Jewishlr |
ble pattern of daily conf)
specified period."
Since this can be done]
effectively and much m
after marriage than belorj
bi Eichhorn does not read
version before marriage.!
does insist on commiUnj
the couple to protect th
rights of the children j
from such marriages.
After discussing with
pie the problems and |
of their decision and
himself that if he refusi|
ry them, they will get
anyway, Kabhi Eichhorn i
perform the ceremony
non-Jew gives me his or I
that he or --he accepts the!
ing marital stipulations "1
1. All children are to I
ed as Jew- in the mannfj
most nearly conform-
family background of u]
i-h partner '
2. All children are loj
"an Intensive >v>h,
3. The non Jewish part
to try. to the best of hisl
ability, "to nuke the h*
mosphere ccnton? totMJ
of the teachings ol thei"
religious m-IiooI."*
4. "There are to be
Jewish religious symbols]
brationsof ,mv kind in th
Christmas tree-. Easteq
and Bon-JewisJl adornn
spec if ically prohibited."
5. The non Jewish part
to try to become fanulu
the principles and prad
Judaism and is to aUeoj
gogue services, for a
least, in an effort to
whether he or she couldl
Judaism without doing vir
to conscience.
6. Rabbi Fichhorn
this method is not
each case, he *'
if he or she "feels IB
coercive" procedure, w
gle response has been t"
How have thee marruK
ed out? Rabbi Eichhorri
has married an ""!!
tv five such couples otff
28 years, of which one-i
volved conversions att*
of the non Jewi-h P***
Where he has M*
maintain contact ***
pies, his report
exception, th<
successfully marri*^
one exception the JcwWj
ed partner wrote W-
that the mamase
i,ilfl
of differences nkely ll\]
any marriage, includi"*
Jewish ones-differ**^
sonauty, background,
ality.


'^ginrv+fto,
fa in Two Letters, Pleads for
hruth Peace and Praises Schools
fl* jowiah Floridian:
Lwish community of Great-
^ offering immensely
"flnbarrasMng controversy
fgtfhruth situation and iU
d^n of the Halacha (Law)
"" [,!, i; ibbinical Coun-
Irwitcr Hiam'. I am calling
J;,n(l,vMu:.haretak1ng
mL, the.r handi through
itta,pa.sn- and through un-
Lied and in-!' pressure meth-
lke an immediate stop or
Fjj, consequences of public
[Lsent controversy concern-
ilher operations in chain
is pure!)1 an llalachic preb-
lfts unanimously, charged
colleague, to write a thesis
problem winch I am doing.
|D(s will he submitted to
cral body and to national
ita approval.
Khiirman of the Haleteha
n, I havt been In totth
, Union of Orthexeox
1af the United Statee arts'
and so far tho U.O.R.
I dKi^t on the matter pro
(tarings that were heW in
J Beach, and the testimony
litre, concerned the methods
vision by the supervising
| which since then has not
uomng.
flejil value of the so-called
lias also carefully studied,
(am just completed a thesis
taped of the problem which
Bitted to the U.O.R. As
I, it it n a binding docu-
lirmen of the Halacha
therefor* I Hereby
ilaet the chain stores (Food
lead all other establishments
\tarry the United Vaad sign
signature together wlh
fny colleagues is endorsed
laiticle or leaflet should be
Name- of rabbis are
owingly. Those who are
able shall lie reprimanded.
laJl let ii- re-tore Shalom
. one another
: best interest of the corn-
corn-
Dr. William Wilson, president-
elect of Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge
of B'nai B'rith, has been
named chairman of B'nai
B'rith Youth Committee, rep-
resenting Florida State Feder-
ation of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Dr. Wilson will also acf as
vice president of board of di-
rectors of B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization in Greater Mi-
ami. Local BBYO consists of
25 youth groups with a mem-
bership of close to 1,000 Jew-
ish teen-agers.
MBBI TIBOR H. STERN
in, Halacha Commission.
p. The Jewish Floridian:
is known to be of only limited val-
ue, the Conservative group is ad
vocating what Orthodoxy has been
practicing for year-
Is it a movement to tell our
youngters "we Conservative adults
have gone too far. There is no re-
turn for as. but you. our children.
we want to be traditional Orthodox
Jews just as our forefathers were"'
And the Conservative leaders ad-
mitting that there is no Judaism
without full knowledge of Torah.
without full faith in God" If it is
in such vein that the foundation
trad,, nal way of life; ,he Ortho-
imtiif S?h00,s wi" develP
, militant and positive-thinking Jew
I he needI has been felt a long t
time ha a demarcation line should
Reestablished betwewi the various
practice, of the Jewish faith. Nat-
'rally. Orthodoxy believe, that
mere is nly one interpretation. I
and that is the Torah interprets-
t.on. no) subject to any social cli-
mate. Hut. to our sorrow, the Con-
servative men felt all along that
they must break away from "Kbl
Tiaroel. So we must face the
reality in which we live, and we
must hope for the best that ulti
mately through the education in
our Day Schools we shall again
unite Klal Yisroel" in accordance
with the T.rah, which means a
plete return to Orthodoxy.
Frankly speaking. 1 would wel-
come a clarification from the Con-
servative elements. Is their goal
to establish a sect within Jewry, or
are they so naive to think that their
Jewishness will be some day recog-
niied as "Torath Moshe."
I am confident that the respon-
sible leadership of the Theological
Seminary knows better, that "Tor-
ath Moshe" and the Conservative
ideology are far removed from one
another. They see the danger of
creating a sect in Jewry, and there-
fore they return to their origin.
They know it will be hard to turn
the tide with the elders; so they are
doing it with the children. I hope
I and trust in their sincerity. The
i doors for repentance are never clos-
ed, and therefore Orthodox Jewry
; should congratulate the Conserva-
tive movement of the establishment
of foundation schools.
Jewish Floridian, in regard to "The
News Lettjer" of Sen. H. Humphrey,
following his recent interview with
the Egyptian dictator.
Not very long ago, at the open-
ing night here of Bonds for Israel,
Sen. Humphrey gave a dynamic
speech, which impressed the large
audience very much. He was very
outspoken and objective, sizing up
the political situation in the Middle
East; there couldn't be any better
advocate of the Israeli cause.
The importance of the speech was
still increased by the tact that it
was made by a member of the U.S.
delegation to the UN. Now, in his
"New* Letter,' 'the Honorable Sen-
ator of Minnesota makes a turn
about face, which is rather sur-
prising. .,
A few hours of tete-a-tete' with
the Egyptian colonel gave the Sen-
ator such ideas for the solution of
Arab refugee problems, which are
completely objectionable to the Is-
raeli government under any circum-
stances.
There is no need to go into de-
tailed discussion of the problem
here.
I would like to express the hope
that in the future our large nation-
al organizations will convey their
messages preferably through our
own people and rely less on out-
siders, who are able to perform the
magic of double talk as in the case
of Sen. Humphrey.
DR. A. J. ISHLON
Miami
Rabbi Wallach
Installs Officers
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach installed
newly-elected officers and directors
of Temple Sinai Men's Club at
Temple services Friday night.
Harold A. Greene is president,
succeeding Charles Birnbach. Other
officers are Stanley M. Pred, first
vice president; Charles Ravett, sec-
ond vice president; M. J. Sasse,
third vice president; Sam Lubell,
corresponding secretary; Harry
Goldberg, Recording secretary; and
Joseph Y. Cohen, treasurer.
Elected to the board of directors
were Ellis Marks, Jules Slade, Wil-
liam Bloom, Stanley Pratt, Dr.
Howard Novell and Charles Birn-
bach. .
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THE UNITED BAlABATrM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER MIAMI
hereby serves notice that it can verify the Kashruth ONLY of those
establishments that have the VAAD LICENSE. All vied Supervised
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Editor, The Jewish Floridian:
May 1 express complete agree-
schools are opening. I wish to ex- ment with your editorial comment
tend my congratulations to them jn tnt. last week's edition of The
In fact, in my opinion, regardle-
of the motives of the Conservative
leaderswe have only Conservative
rabbis, Conservative temple-, and
Conservative prayerbooks, but
there are still no Conservative "bal-
abatim" because luckily there ii no
Con-ervative Torah eventually
and ultimately the students of the
foundation schools will be
traditional Jews.
On the other hand, the Ortho Mn
it bow if the Orthodox'Day Schools will definitely benefit;
l*aild rejoice over the fact; by this new movement becaust un
.Conservative movement'til now the Orthodox Da) S
Nahsell into full gear for had to cater to a cross section of
>iiig to-called foundation the community. Children attend j
[ll over the country. |ed such schools from home-, that j
Ha*** the validity of all were ultra-religious, together with
children who came from homes
where pork is served and the Sab-
bath desecrated. It was indeed a
very unsavory and confusing sit-
uation. Now, at last, the children
who wiH wmftnne to attenrT the
Orthodox Day Schools will come
from religious homes and will have
the same social-religious back
ground. Teachers will not have to
be apologetic about teaching the
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Monday noon al InP Sterling hotel.
The luncheon will mark Rabbi
Skops 20 years of service in the
ministry. He is Temple Judea
spiritual leader.
Rabbi B. L*on Horwlti, of Z*-
mor* Cer?*r, is chairman of th*
luncheon, and Dr. Joseph N*r*f,
of Ttmplo Itraol, is honorary
chairman.
"We are honoring our colleague
whose capacity for personal friend
ship and unselfish community MT
vice i^ BOJl exemplary." Rabbi
llurwitz explained
Rabbi Skop was similarly honored
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nan Warns Against Introducing
lions Instruction in Public Schools
^J^tPcrHlan
Page 7-B
A N v Continuing |
In of reliRiou* teaching
ZL into the American
Kll y^cm wiU make it
Tfor 'the school to achieve
the creation of
American
1 goa
rttencl- united
*" .,,,,,1, It Marcus, his-
Ld here Sunday in a bac-
Wn t he State
Collet' graduation.
pr,,(essor of history
Uni0n College, Cincin-
r/unerican Jewish Archives,
bittle l" bring formal reli-
l(ho public schools is be-
Montw" level-: "a hushed
, real rivalry between the
"of protestantism and Cath-
on the one hand and a
U unite all Americans in the
(tkat "a broadly based reli-
Lnlorrmiy will letter aid the
,now threatening this coun
ning that a rapprochemont
h and state would "do
to one of the iwott
lips, Mrs. Cox
Outstanding'
|ileader-hip as chairman of
pjitan i'barter Board, S.
Jr. la
l^atstandu:-
B'nth -holem Lodge at
tia in Bayfront Park aud-
tocrod of American traditions"
Dr. Marcus drew on historical
resources to prove his cetitan-
tion.
'in our spiritual progress, let tho
pedagogue never forget the ilough
of bigotry out of which we have
climbed." he said. "Almost 300
years.ago, three men and a woman
Quakers, were executed in Massa-
chusetts because of religious i.,.
naticism
"In 18th century Maryland on
the death of a Protestant father, his
infant child might well be torn
from the arm- ol its Catholic
mother to be reared by Protestant
strangers. As late as 1774. Baptists
were beaten and impn-oned i"
First
annual graduation service was held at
common ao7"E1 ^^ eVenin?' celebra"ng
trnininn f *~ii- if, religious school
SS^re"lffT!??l o^n: !P iOW (left l Chaikin' Ronald Rubin' Rabbi ^^ Leh
Wlrnnth rT ^ n' "^ IaCObs' Daniel Marcia Cohen" PhYllis Frank- Mrs. Miriam Bell
oen lLrrv\S T "n^ertleider- S,ePhen Cy- Solkoff and Cantor Israel Reich.
Anglican Virginia because the> per- pen, Larry Schwartz, Gary Leslie, Efrem Lieber,
sisted in worshipping God as their -------------"----------""-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
"In his famous Memorial and ^ Attend BBYO CoiWent0!l
Bemooatraiiee of 1784, James Madi- "v,r ""> members of the B'naiiters in this area, will attend the
son reminded his fellow American-: Br'tn Youth Organization of Great- District 5 BBYO convention at
Torrents of blood have been spii; er Miami, representing the 28 chap-1Emory University, Atlanta. Ga
in the Old World in consequence
of vain attempt- of the secular arm *f- t--:, i/-#ar -
to extinguish religtous discord b, *" Tenm eran Sc0re5
proscribing all differences in relig nin Of Scoroon /Manor
ious opinions.' Ace tennis veteran Straight Clark.
"When men like Madison tat Philadelphia, won the fifth an-
down to write the American con'nual Adirondack Mountain Invita-
stitution. they were very conscious ""n Tennis Tournament held on the
of the ever-present dangers of com- ''""r,s "f Scaroon Manor. Schroon
Lake \ V over the Decoration Day and world communities.
from June 24 to 30, it was announ-
ced Wednesday by Mrs. Joseph Ber-
mann. chairman of the board of
directors.
Theme of the convention will be
"Citizenship Understanding Ac-
tion*' and will focus on the role of
Jewish youth as participants in
the home, school and IocaInational
Sandra Katz, Fred Cohen and Donald Berko-
wit. Bottom row (left to right) are Israel Ribner.
educational director, Daniel Mitnick, Stephen
an.
and B'nai B'rith Girls, respectively.
Planning the convention are
Frances Lazarus, District 5 BBG
vice president, Miami, and Sam
Freed Columbia S.C.
pulsory religious uniformity Thej
t week received (took to heart the bitter lessons of
citizens Award" jthe past. It is for thi- reason that i
the Federal organic statute of this'
country imposes no test oaths and
tolerates "no law respecting an es
weekend.
Joseph F'rieber. managing riirec-
j tor of Scaroon Manor, who played
: host to more than 30 of the top-
ranking tennis players from all
II citation went to Mrs.
Cox. of Coral Gables, no-
itumerou- Dade county civic
ilanthnipic projects.
i leaders received their pla-
n the Tuesday ceremonies
i Joseph Lipton, president of
I Moral Savings and Loan
patron of the annual
, now in its ninth year.
I speaker at the event
Sen George Smathers,
tied out at President Eisen-
t'i budget Charging "inac-
oversimplification" on the
! the Pre-ident. he urged a
boo of U.S. spending at
I abroad.
I judge- George Bee bee, Mi-
Fred K. Shochet, The
IFIondian. Charles Harrison,
and Ralph Renick, WTVJ.
|tbe two winners in an nth
^Tuesday noon ballot.
Cox had In-en regional di-
of the Community Chest,
Imember of the Council of So-
**-cies, a leader in the Bed
and an officer in the Dade
Federation of Women's
F- *.i- i ited in his award
|Hrticular |m i-onal sacrifice in
of the Home Rule Charter
la-t Ma) 21. He has de-
Ifinself almost completely to
toject tinci king appointed
nal Metropolitan Miami
lipal Board back in 1953.
tablishment of religion, or prohib- over the United States and Canada
iting the free exercise thereof."
Camp Openings
Still Available
The four summer camps operated
by the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will officially open
their 1957 season Monday morn-
ing, June 17, at various locations
throughout Dade county.
Over 450 boys and girls age 51-
to 12, will be served in this program
for an eight-week season. The
camps are located as follows: Town
Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.; Flagler-I
Granada. 50 NW 51st pi.; Beach
Branch. 1536 Bay rd.: North coun-
ty, 13630 Weet Dixie hwy.
All campers, assigned to small
groups of their own ago level,
will be undergoing a varied pro-
grammatic experience, including
swimming instruction, athletics,
arts and crafts, garnet, dramatics,
singing, story telling, trips, na-
ture study, and other events.
The swimming program is con-
ducted at swimming pools under
the direction of Red Cross qualified
waterfront safety instructors. The
program will be conducted Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to
p.m. at the respective locations.
There are still a few openings
on certain age levels at the
Branch and Flagler-Granads camps.
during their four-day stay at his
famed Adirondack Mountain sum-
mer resort, called the tournament
the best one to date, and "certainly
the most successful sports competi-
tion in all of Scaroon Manor's 31
year history."
The convention will open with
a kick-off talk by Charles Par-
met, director of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Asheville, N.C.,
and will close with a survey of
Israel by Nahum Astar, Israeli
consul now stationed in Atlanta.
Youth leaders who will direct the
convention are Henry Ray Wen-
grow, Columbia. S.C, and Sandra
Towsner. Silver Spring. Md., district
presidents of Aleph Zadik Aleph
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Arab Nations Intensify ^ \
H Boycott Against Israel
Continued from Pag* 1 A
heavy fire" on May 27. among other
alleged attacks.
Israel diplomats at the I'N dis-
missed the complaints as "a flat
lie" while the Government of Is-
rael formally denied any susbstance
to the charges
'I he Foreign Ministry a! Jerusa-
lem reported that the Strait of
Tiran at the mouth of the Gulf of
Aqaba and tpc gulf itself "are verj
quiet, Sbjplinjt in the gutf Is pro
ceeding very' normally.
The general belief in Israel was
that the Saudi Arabian com-
plaint was part of a long-rang*
effort aimed at a claim that Is-
rael has made the Aqaba Gulf
tea danqerous for Moslem pil-
grimages to Mecca, a charge cer-
. tain to be exploited to the limit ;
in the Moslem world against Is-
rael.
Arab League pfans for intensifi-
cation of the nine-year boycott were
di-closed after a meeting of the
League's economic committee
which urged that a unified boycott
s\ -tern be established to insure that
nc Arab goods reach Israel or Is-
raeli products be accepted in the
Arab states through third partie-
Barring of the Suez Canal to ships
used or cargo delivery to Israel
alsc was invoked this week as part
of the boycott. The boycott was
exltnded to the Vestvard. a Nor-
wX .an ship which had unloaded at
Elath alter a trip though the Tiran
t and the Gulf of Aqaba.
Homeward bound via the Medi
tonanean Sea. the Vestvard was
sti ; ped at Port Said and then per-
mit',ed transit through the Suez
Cafial while Egyptian sources said
the ship would not be permitted
SlWl transit again because it had
In : used to deliver cargo to Israel.
l-raeli officials called the action
a "-inking example' of arbitrary
violation of freedom of navigation
by President Nasser of Egypt
"while he claims "observant
the Constantinople Convention"
governing operation of the w.itej-
way.
Western maritime nations re-
ceived a significant warning from
N. Widra. president of the Israel
Chamber of Shipping. Widra said
that indifference t Egypt's
blockade of the Soei Canal
against Israel might produce in-
terference with shippers of other
nations.
Confirmation class of North Dade Jewish Cen- Front are Susan H. Michael, Terri SchjffnJ
ter will, hold exercises Sunday at 2 p.m. Rear Joyce Kent, Terry Qoldberg and RabbiHen
are Mary Ann Alderman, Sandra Alpsr, Judy Okolica. Exercises are slated for Cent*/
Waldman. Carol Robin and Naomi Okolica. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. w
He said manv shipping lm .* 4 m
have y.eided to .he Ar.. boycott Southern Section JWB in Confab
against Israel by denying permis
ATLANTAThe progress of Jew-
ish Community Centers throughout
the South was reviewed, and the
program of services to be render-
ed to them by the JWB during
the next year approved, as the
board of governors of the Southern
quoted the Arab l>.gue as announ- \S*e\ion. National Jewish Welfare Isupport for JWB
Board, convened here last weekend. Section.
The Southern Section board of
governors, presided over by Aaron
Brenner, of Memphis, is responsible
for bringing the advisory and con-
sultative assistance of JWB to Jew-
sion to their ships to call at Israeli
ports. These same shippers, -he
predicted, might learn that the
Arab weapon of boycott could be
turned against them as well.
Reports in the London press
cing that the oil-rich Arab sheik-
dom of Kuwait has issued an order
prohibiting any importation of
goods from Israel.
ish Community Centers in 11 South-
ern states.
In addition to approving the
Work Plan for 1957-98. the board
completed preparation of the 1958
budget, and considerd proposals for
the securing of improved financial
in the Southern
fare and religious needs of Je
men and women in the U.S.
Forces and in veterans hosp
and the sponsoring agency of]
Jewish Book Council of And
the National Jewish Music Coo.
and the National Jewish Youth (
ference.
Dag Says Israel-Egypt
Relations Slowly Improving
Continued from Page 1A
that one or two men can slip
through the United Nations Emer-
gency force lines, and said, that
while UNEF was not "watertight."
there has been no "breakthrough"
through it
Touching on the question of sta-
tioning UNEF troops on the Israeli
side of the detain alion line. Mr.
Hammarskjold said he would like
to tea "further developments along
the lines indicated." He added this
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was not the time to raise the issue
At the same time he emphasized
that the issue was in no way "dead."
"We haven't reached a solution that
is satisfactory' to us or to others but
we are pursuing the matter."
(In Naples Ma|. Gen. ELM.
Burns, commander of UNEF, said
that the situation in the Middle
East had "calmed down remark-
ably," but refused la estimate
when his troops would be with-
drawn from Sinai, the Sinai, the
Gaza Strip and the islands in the
Gulf of Aqaba. Referring to the
Aqaba situation. Gen. Burns said
his troops were prepared to take
"preventive action" if the need
should arise.)
Mr Hammarskjold dealt at some
length with the question of the Is-
raeli position on the demilitarized
SOttS in the Huleh area involving.
the request of the Security Council
lor greater cooperation by larael
with UN truce supervisory officials
applied to all demilitarized zones,
he declared: "Legally there is m
difference. Politically, we are in
difficulties '
Dechwteg that the Israel Govern
ment had given expression to the
view that without the nrntistiea
agreements being cancelled, some
how the Israel-Egyptian armistice
agreement is not in effect at all,"
the U.N chief stated: "I don't know
how to characterize this ambiguous
situation." He insisted (in giving
proper weight to the armistice
agreements "because they are the
only legal documents with which
we have to work. I would be sorry
to see them thrown out the win-
dow," he continued. "If they are
not upheld and respected, we have
not got a springboard from which
to jump."
Members of the beard Include
Leon Kaplan, Sam Saitlin, Mrs.
Milton S irk in and Barnard Weks-
ler, of Greater Miami.
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Board is the national association of j
Jewish Community Centers and j
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agency for serving the morale, wel- scouts and their leaders.
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of the South Florida Council
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rt, fellouing ii another UJf. hf" /<" Th< J"*i,h "0,,d'4" "R-WwiimI Corner" coop,,.
^ uh the Greater Miami Rabbmieal Aun. Rabbi Abraham
jfrrw". of Tijereth Israel Northside Center, it coordinator of this
fasn. program.
irmative Spirit Inherited
By the Jewish Tradition
ly RABBI PIZER JACOBS
h The aiimorW
L,..,,; Rd""" 'jW" '" R<"ldtf- ""
.Atau'li Chesed Congregation of
fcjLnllr m 1904. Now ret.red.
I .,, fiVacfc and u an
,. mtmbt' of tbe Greater Mi-
jRiWn'i'"1' A*tn )
pjur thousand years ago, God
iMBH^ed Abraham the Land of
i* jor Israel's possession,
[to year- later, when Israel was
Ltd from Ksyptian bondage,
foes prepared for Canaan's con-
Ist bv sending twelve chosen
[into spy on I ho land. Forty days
far, the majority of the spies
obt back an evil report that
fat land could not be conquered,
[to Joshua and Caleb reported
Hut Israel should go up at once
E| posses the land because God
fa with Israel. Caleb and Joshua
CANDlfLIGHTING JIM
15 SiYcm 6:59 p.m-
\uabbath. <^<
were poeaatsed of unfaltering
courage and faith in the Divine
Promise.
The message of this Biblical
portion of Numbers XIII is most
significant, namely the conquer-
ing power and spirit in man.
We have seen this conquering
spirit in the thirteen colonies of
1776 igainst the forces nf tyranny,
and later in America's triumphs
over evil forces in 1918 and 1945.
But especially have we seen the
triumph of the spirit of man over
injustice and falsehood in the
glorious victories of the State of
Israel in 194fi. to regain the Prom-
ised Land of Canaan.
The armies arrayed against I-
racl were more numerous in num-
bers and material power, but Is
rael was dominated by the un-
conquerable love of the land of
their fathers and the unswerving
faith in the justice of their cause.
With this inspired spirit, though
few in numbers. Israel would not
be daunted, and conquered the
land endeared to them for cen-
turies by their inspired prophets
and sages who gave the world the
Spiritual God idea and the uncon-
querable power of the spiritual
values of life. Today Israel is re-
building the waste places of Pal-
coming into its own, is coming to
be better understood in the eyes
of the world, that they stand for
justice and love among men.
Today, we read with great pleas-
ure the words of former President
Truman, before an Omaha Syna-
gogue, Beth Lsreal: "The future of
Israel is an issue of great concern
to many of us. Whatever our re-
ligious faith may be, it is an im-
portant matter for all Americans.
For Israel we have admiration and
gratitude for giving us our moral
code."
These are glorious words from
a former President of the United
States. The world is moving for-
ward, and we rejoice to be alive
tod*y to see this awakening, this.
fine spirit in man, asserting itself
for truth and right.
Central Conference of
Rabbis to Meet Soon
RABBI PIZfB JACOBS
. Spiritual God idea
estine, and making the desert
blossom as a garden with its mag-
nificent industries, schools and
colleges, manned with eminent
scholars; with centers of art, and
health, homes for the refugee and
aged, not to speak of its economic
and industrial development.
Truly Israel is today a land
flowing with milk and honey, rich
in its creative power for human
growth, progress and peace. The
spirit of its people has won the
admiration of the world for its un-
daunted courage and patience,
struggling against all odds, yet,
maintaining its dignity and meet-
ing the physical and spiritual
needs of its people.
Today, the people of Israel is
ervices in
\~4 reciter Central Conference of American
Rabbis, oldest federation of rabbis
in America, will hold its 68th an-
nual convention June 24 to 27 in
the new Americana hotel.
More than 400 rabbis are expect-
ed to compose the gathering of Re-
form Jewish religious leaders who
will hear reports on the year's ac-
tivities and offer their views.
Major religious, social and po-
litical issues on both a national
and international scale will be dis-
cussed by the membership.
Highlighting the opening ses-
sions will be a presidential mes-
sage by Or. Israel Bettan. profes-
sor of homilectks at Hie Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, Cincinnati, O.
Other leading speakers will be
Rabbi Eugene Borowitz, of the
Community Synagogue, Port Wash-
ington, Long Island, N.Y.; Rabbi
Theodore Lewis, of Progressive
Synagogue, Brooklyn, NY.; Rabbi
Leon Feuer, of Collingwood Ave.
Temple, Toledo, O.; Rabbi Harold
Saperstein, Temple Emanu-El, Lyn-
brook. Long Island, N.Y.; and Rabbi
Samuel Mayerberg, B'nai Jehudah,
Kansas City, Mo.
Workshops will deal with mar-
riage and family counselling, the
pulpit as an educational medium,
publicizing of temple events, the
total program of education in the
synagogue, new approaches te the
special religious occasion and Lie
rabbi in his role as pastor.
The conference was founded in
1889 by the late Dr. Isaac Mayer
Wise, organizer of American Re-
form Judaism.
The group, representing 700 Re-
form rabbis, has reaffirmed the
principle of "full religious equal-
ity for women" but deferred for a
year action on a resolution to or-
dain women as rabbis.

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Dentists to Install
Officers Saturday
Greater Miami chapter of Alpha
Omega, an organization composed
of over 100 Greater Miami dentists,
will hold their annual installation
banquet at the Aztec motel Satur-
day.
New officers to be installed are
Drs. Alfred Augustine, president;
Irving Gordon, vice president; Ev-
erett Blasberg, secretary; and Har-
old Friedman, treasurer.
Speeches will be eliminated in
favor of local talent presented by
Dr. Murray Smith.
MUDATH ISRAEL. 7B01 Carlyte IM1 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder- TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
In. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
|fnd> ; i ii Saturday t a.m. Ser-
.\. on
m m
MSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

MTH DAVID. 262S SW 3rd ave.
Itnurvative. Rabbi Yaakov Roten-
Vn Cantor William W. Llpson.
[ Ti4y I:] :, Munli- -
Keiii' 'ii
i th- i ir lay I u.m.

KTH EL. SM SW 17th ave. Or-
lesstx. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
m
_*> i..
SMh \l!
Me On .
Jala,
tan.
Reform. Rabbi Maries Ran- Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Greta.
.i.lny t:J0 a.m.
.Mih Tor. h." Hnr
' \li ami Mr*
I p ii\ Sal hi day 8:80 a.m.
Bar Mitsvah: Howard, an ol Ml. ami
Mi- I'eter Duchon,

M0NTICELL0 PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th eve. Conservative.
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 9S1 Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Flamingo wav. Conservative. j Mandel.
rMday 1:13 p.m. Harmon: "Ml
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE ,! ^'^
Homestead.
th St.
Conservative.
Morris Gertx oHiciates.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
IL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re- Neu.
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
KTH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
I*. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
ma.

i!ITH ,SRAEI~ '?000 Prairla eve.
[Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
ft.

KTH JACOB. 301-311 Waahlna-
IJ" t. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
!?->
i .
I -on ,,t Mi and Mre,
*TH RAPHAEL. 13S NW 3re1
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con
ervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv
thre. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi wor-
ten Malavsky.
,,,...* P-m. Hatu.
ad UK p.sn. t
KNBSETH ISRAEL. !*
. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
i .i iy 8:13 p in He....." roted to
,,,,.. i Bo) Broul Troop. Ben i
lead) r, Irv Ja-
i i si mil !'""" Saturday
v, I',.III..11
Orthede, R.bb. Art. Ba.be*. ^LuZ Abraham Self.
^tF.lah! ss'iu.'id^..!^-;:;;'1;.
kin e.ki: ____l _____
l^iT "-ti. tj3 cue: ia anrw.
5**- *abbi Joseph E. Rackov-

|JJ*AL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
r* wnjamin Blech. Conserve-'
I |
..i W.-I Miami
k, .1*1 >
Baa*,,,. "' w, indenrtaad

llll ^."E,GHTS JEWISH CEM-
|*Miiv NW ,9**h Con-
l"Lt|iLrRCRANADA- $0 NW
KT C r*Tr'n,l
: I de.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
|J p in S. inmn: "Compul-
B,iok Review. HaWrda 8:
Woekl) Portion. Bai
Mo ol Mr. and
Baaa. 0
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN-j'M
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M. I
Baumeard.
Brlrfu I U i"" < Mrrlck, i "'-
,ke< Jack
.., rund-ralaini drive
,,, buUdlnf. ^ m
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
. p.ni '
by roTijiri-callon members. Special
i:... Bcoota. Blaaj Das' prayer
By DavM Harris, BOOUt .oiniiiill.......all.
Haturday V a.m. anil ::! p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
FYtdaj B:13 p.m. Saturday )*% a.m.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
!] Iday S:M p.m. Hkturdajr I a na
germon: "Weeklj Portion." Bar Miix-
,.,h Robert, eon Mr. and lira.
Philip Mandel; Carl, eon ol Mrs. Sliii-
ley Sugarman.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
f rlday 8:1S p.m. Ones) eanl ir I'ml
No aor.....n, Saturda> n <
i-., Mltavab: Robert, eon "f Mr. ana
Mi-. Arthur B. Bweet

TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Friday 8:1S p.m. Bermon: "An
Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
vee
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
i, u. hiit. rent?" Saturday '' lj
We
pi
TEMPLE ZION.
st. Conservative.
Waxman.
I riday (;10 p.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantx.
Fi Ida] '''^ i'."I- Ben loea cond I
b) Marehall n. I'mnls president "f
conaTMatlon, Onet Hbabbat boat:
Max Toblaa, Saturdaj 9 a Di.
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 8:80 p.ro. Saturday B:8fl
liar Mltavah: Melvln, son ol Mi
.i i.-k liiililn.
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THE ASSISTANT. By Bernard Malamud. 246 pp. New
York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy. $3.50.
BERNARD MALAMUD, whose first novel, a baseball yarn
** called "The Natural," hit a critical home run. may
go down swinging with this one. "The Assistant" is a
short, stark book, written tersely with occasional flashes
of electricity. Its redeeming quality is that it has tre-
mendously deep undertones. That Mr. Malamud should
have chosen to deal with so charged a theme in so skeletal
a style was, I think, the worse part of valor.
Externally, the book is the story of Morris Bober. his
wife. Ida. and his grown daughter. Helen Morris barely
subsists on his small neighborhood grocery: he lives with
poverty and dreams his luck will chanee Instead, how-
ever, of the buyer he hopes for, two masked robbers show
IMI SEGAL -
up, smash him on the head, and steal his few dollars. One
of them is Frank Alpine, and this is also his story.
Frank is a Gentile and a drifter, a bum. But he
also has visions of a better way of life. Sensitive, he feels
something wrong, something missing, in himself. "He con-
tinued to feel he deserved a better fate, and he would find
it if he only onceoncedid the right thingthe thing
to do at the"right time." Note that he has already welded
the need for some kind of spiritual value onte the bare
framework of his existence.
Frank, half in atonement and half because he has
nothing else to do. becomes Morris Bober's assistant. He
falls in love with Helen. He steals from the store, suffers
agonies of remorse, puts back, and steals again When he
is thrown out, he returns. Through his ingenuity in the
store, business picks up; he virtually keeps them alive.
The 18 Jewish Families of Iron River, Mich.
RON RIVER, MICHIGAN That's where I am at this
writing ... 600 miles north of Detroit ... on Mich-
igan's upper peninsula ... in the town of Iron River,
population some 4.000. In Iron River and in Iron River
county in which this town stands, there are 18 Jewish
families, just eighteen, that is.
Strange! Others who come this far north in Michigan
go hunting for deer in the dense forests hereabouts. But
what do you find this Jewish columnist doing up here?
From old columnar habit he goes hunting for Jews in
Iron River ... to look around to find out if that burning
bush is away up here ... all that. Does the burning bush
keep brightly flaming so far away from the speakers' tables
in the big cities from which our current prophets hand it
all down?
I was driven all over Iron River city and county for
sight-seeing ... all around the primeval forests and the
glittering lakes to the graveyard of the Indians where
the Iron River aborigines sleep. I looked reverently at all
this majesty of God and. in my columnar practice, asked,
"And where's the Iron River synagogue?"
My guide replied, "We sure do have a synagogue here,
and you should see it." I found the Iron River synagogue
almost around the corner from the forests, you might
say ... A gray, frame house ... a former dwelling long
ago converted into a schul. It bespoke the history of Jew-
ish life in Iron River. More than 50 years ago the first Jews
. immigrants out of East Europe came here carrying
heavy peddlers packs on their backs, brought along their
Orthodox Judaism to cherish and live by it... to wrap head
9ULT0N FRIEDMAN
and arm in t'fillim each morning ... to nail mezuzahs on
doorposts in obedience to the commandment that God's
Laws should be kept also in one's own house ... to keep the
altar lamp always burning even in far isolation from the
metropolitan centers of Judaism and of rabbis.
They had no rabbi here then, and, in fact, in the years
since rabbis haven't always been around here. The Iron
River Jews were their own rabbis on the Sabbath when
their packs were off their backs. In their synagogue they
had proud days of high success when their boys attained
Bar Mitzvah; they thanked God that even so far away
from the crowds of Jewish life they had been able to carry
the Jewish inheritance on to their children. Now it has
gone on even to their children's children.
Only the other evening I was treated to a tape-record-
ing of the boyish voice of Bernie Pious reciting Maftir at
his Bar Mitzvah which had occurred in the Iron River
Synagogue. Bemie is the grandson of Morris Pious, who
is one of Iron River's early Jewish pioneers you might
say he was one of the original lamp-lighters for the eternal
light in the synagogue.
Bernie Pious' recitation of Maftir at his Bar Mitzvah
was considered by his father, Dr. Fred Pious, as something
most precious to be set for good on tape recording .
something to suggest tha eternity of the Jewish inheritance
even in a place as far off as Iron River. Dr. Pious brought
the recording out of its treasure chest for my reverential
attention. Bernie Pious was chanting the Maftir like
chazan. I guessed that Bernie's grandpas could feel the
burning bush still aglow here.
Egypt's Burden Becomes Increasingly Heavy
IT'S HARD TO be an Egyptian Nasser is becoming in-
creasingly isolated. Israel, meanwhile, grows in
world importance and strength.
Israel militancy has enhanced Israel's standing to a
degree inconceivable before the Sinai campaign There
is emerging in official Washington a grudging admission
that the Israeli Army last fall dealt an effective blow to
Communism. Israel's Sinai victory exposed Nasser's hol-
lowness to his Arab allies.
This encouraged Jordanian King Hussein to stand
firmly against Egyptian and Syrian encroachment. King
Saud of Saudi Arabia was already fearful of growing Com-
munist collaboration by the ambitious Nasser. The King
HERBERT g. tA FT
An Indictment of War
Hollywood
EDWARD SMALL, A man who has produced literally
hundreds of successful motion pictures, now presents
"Monkey on My Back," the life story of Barney Ross. The
new movie not only caused a stir with the Code admin-
istration, the industry's voluntary censor, but has also been
blasted by Barney himself who, currently writing his
autobiography, feels that his career appears on the screen
in an objectionable light.
If we discard the controversy aroused by the subject
matter, we must admit that as a purely cinematic effort,
"Monkey on My Back" is the most excitingly filmed fighter
yarn since Stanley Kramer's "Champion" of 10 years ago.
Truth or fiction, the Barney Ross opus packs a mighty
wallop, telling us of the career of a prize fighter who be-
came a bum, making a spectacular comeback as war hero
in the U.S. Marine Corps of World War II, to drop into
oblivion as a dope addict until he cured himself by sheer
will power.
The story covers a period of 12 years, from the sucess-
ful welterweight world champion fight of 1934 to the four
lonely months Barney Ross spent in voluntary confine-
ment at the U.S. Service Hospital in Lexington, Ky., in
1946. The cause of Barney's morphine habit has been
dramatized in a battle sequence laid on Guadalcanal which,
recreated realistically on a Hollywood sound stage, shows
us the killing of 22 enemy soldiers by one man. The win-
ner of the Silver Star returns home infected with malaria,
leg wounds and his maddening desire for narcotics.
had no desire to see his oil nationalized. He helped Jor-
dan break away from Nasser. International Communism
received its worst rebuff since the Russians, working
through Egypt and Syria, became a force in the Near East.
The United States and United Nations surrendered ig-
nominiously to Nasser on the Suez Canal issue. So it was
Israel, with important French support, which dealt Nasser
his most damaging blow. As a result of Nasser's defeat
by Israel, other Arab rulers no longer fear the Egyptian
dictator. Nasser may gloat over the Suez triumph hand-
ed him by Secretary of State Dulles. But he must seethe
over Israel s Independence Day parade His Russian tanks
now la Israeli hands, were depicted in the world's new*
It was not too long ago that State Department offi-
cials <*riously suggested that Israel provide a land link
vL'irJ ,'" ,eJe\t0 Cor\nect ^P' w,,h Jrdn. Had Israel
yielded to this demand. Jordan's recent struggle against
Communism might have turned out differently
However, the State Department may be just begin-
hSJiZZ" ifi% mim "0t hSVe d0ne *U to S3
srael s many warnings on Egypt and Syria. Today there
is n,, question that Egypt Syri. an irtruments o,
Tng^nto ^vn,mThRUSSUn *rm8 *nd **- are mov-
ing into Egypt. They continue to flow to Syria
Relative tranquillity prevail, on Israel's frontiers. The
deadlock was broken by Israeli action. A better and more
flexible situation prevails.
BORES
Yet, although his intentions are alwav, J
always come out wrong. His J-K ^
marred by misunderstandingh?SZiZ *""
see what he considers u> behi. VSFjg***'
dies, Frank stumbles at the edge of hi. II, *hen
firs, on the coffin. ,he end! !fi%KmJ I
Mr. Malamud writes astride two levels ana k.
very neatly. Read "Christian" for Franird.he1
"Jew" for the "Bobers" .11 the way through *H
a short history of Jude.o-Christ.an Xi^H
initial smiting and pejajcution. and the Shi 2?
science and .subsequenStonement of nLTftl
.an. Here Is a^sulKerTn bu .^"fl
return Here is diffHRTof S^ZSSff
most of .11. the desperate desire to w.pe I J
transgression-'AII he asked for himself J ,',^
of giving her something she couldn't give back "L
is only one thing that Frank Alpine can *. i
*** In "V. his circumcision'" an indt'"
Where the book fails, it is matter ofTS
of conception The focus shifts among ,he ,h2
characters; only Frank comes alive The ...tiTtl
laudable aim of objectivity leads him in^motH
lification. Rather than intrude his own attitude h-
upon perpetual blank statement, without even th.
while"" rn af"id tb*t *e,S a bil boriflt
The reader will understand that the criticism etj
ed here is mainly in aesthetic terms \|r MaUimu
I believe, be a much better writer. Moreover then
as I mentioned, redeeming factors. For any reader wi
to be so redeemed, this should be a rewarding book]
NATHAN ZMPRiN
On Mixed Marriage]
||Y FRIEND FRANK is a jovial Irishman with (wol
Mwm lovesbeer and Jews, though not necessiril
that sequence. He was raised in New York City in |
can be called an Irish-Jewish neighborhood and ig
course of the years developed a mature understandu
his Jewish friends, religiously as well as socially. I
I recently encountered Frank on Broadway (we no la
live in the same neighborhood) he greeted me wi
resounding hello that seemingly failed to transmit hu
tale. Frank looked sad and reticent. Before long,,
ever, his cheeks reddened and he became the loqu
man I had known him to be for all these years.
Frank had lost a buddy. Bill, who had been his u
ing mate in the neighborhood bar for a quarter of a]
tury. and he waa sad not alone because he lost a fri
but an illusion. Frank and Bill never talked of reu|
and when Frank received the sad news he was re
for an Irish wake. But when he reached Bill's he
was to learn that Bill, who so often spoke of his
never missing a mass, was Jewish. Half jokingly 11
Frank: "Were you disappointed that the wake you
pated turned oat to be a Jewish funeral?"
Laughingly, Frank nodded approval, but that wa.
the full story, he said. "You know. Nat," he said wistf
"these marriages are no good. Bill didn't know wh
what he was when alive and now in death he carries
the same confusion to the next world. Just because
was brought to burial in Jewish rites doesn't mean
the Jewish gates will be open to him in the next wd
I am sad for Bill because he has lost both worlds."
This authentic incident came back to me as I finii
reading James H. S. Boaaard's and Eleanor Stoker B.
"One Marriage, Two Faiths," recently published by]
Ronald Press Company of New York. The book is r
jective study of the realities and implications of inte._
marriages, a problem that now affects nearly half]
marriages in America. The authors avoid preachmenj
partiality for any single creed or point of view, yet
build up a powerful case against interfaith marria*
citing cases demonstrating the corrosive effects of |
practice on family life, sex life, and the rear
children in religiously divided homes.
The authors cite the case of a young Jewish girl
became Christian in order to marry the man she lo
Years later her husband was to tell with a good de
bitterness "You'll never change a Jew into a Catholic i
Catholic into a Jew. It's like dipping a chicken
water and pulling him out. He still remains a chid
What is behind the growing incidence of inter
marriages in the U.S.? Is it the rootlessncss of the yo
Is it rejection of the religious path? Perhaps.
Controversy Over Rabbis Smoulders Anew
THE 22%. FKKWhe,her ,he retions are
k g, th',r rabbis ^ the demands they make on
their time and nerves has aroused a aood rtii ?a
gigy ft ,w Detroit physicians who claim th.ttiS
demand, on the modern rabbi endanger his heahh
most of the letters the argument is advanrli ik-
rabbis are too ambitious to pU"a leSin.r r2. 2
life instead of^ being maW^u^*?* ""*
Some of the authors of the letters nn..iK.
that no rabbi would be ^^TfrSlfffT fr VT?"
activities to the spiritual need. f h^lL .',mi,ed hi
point out that the function? of .' KK/^
.Piritua. and that any political wotThe under^s K5
part of his duties. They belive that rabbis sKouldj
everything possible to stimulate their laymen to be *i
in civie and communal affairs but that they them
sboald remain in the background and devote tw*r
to spiritual guidance alone.
Instances are cited in the letters to >ho* ,h?l _
rabbis step into positions which should actually H
by lay leaders, thus hampering the work of develop"*-!
leadership in American Jewry. Whether these u"j
re true or not. it is certain that the rabbi "" ao
for his health, as wall aa for the spiritual need*
congregation. If he were to coniiider himself l
leader alone, leaving general leadership "* lK""n


, Ju*
14. 1957
4f9
LEGAL NOTICB
_NOTICE UNDER

KVIN
'I- GOLDSTEIN
H \l!< i|.| i si ii i i\ii iv
QOLDMAN *. ii |STKIN
IN
IN
League Will
foil Smith
_ Goldbt-ri;. retiring
[dine Miami Beach Civic Lea-
.mnwinced plans Wednesday
e annual dinner installation
Miami Beach Civic League
Alhamhra room of the Se
0te1 on Saturday night, June
el will be ncw-
ttedpn Harry B. Smith.
>be installed are Henry Cove,
Milton Sirkin,
I' pri-ifient; Frank Cohn,
jrj rl Hi-rman Barnctt,
19 newly-el/icted member*
Wk board of directors who will
lb* installed are Law Braver-
, Or. M. B. Cirlin, Dan Dan-
Arthur Deguti, Leo Elsetv
Harry Erlanrtcjer, Murray
Jack Silverman, Jimmy
Chuck Hall, Mac Gold-
Al Naton, Al Rothstein,
Schwjrtz, Milton Feller,
jtr, Monte Rosenberg. Sy
kin. ind Maurice linger.
blight of the dinner will be
I annual selection of an "Out-
ing Man of the Year."
ith has announced the appoint-
I of Carl Cardner as chairman
[dinner (->mimittee, with Cove
rtairman Also serving on the
nittee arc Sirkin. Herman Bar-
, Frank Cohn. J J. Perlmutter.
Wa. Aithur Degutz. Bill
ring. Bill Glick. Dan Daniels.
I Goldberg, and Dr. Leonard
TANnCi'nJV JUDGES' COURT
V-SmS?" DAF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No IU902-A
In Ri BBT \'I"K i ik
II>A I MKS. i\ i ,.,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" All Credit in and All p,
u.Vu- .''I"1""" "' "?mandi. \
Said Kst.it,
Y..U. and ... i, ,,f ,,,
nnllTiiil and i.quired | pi,,,.,,, llv
claim, and demands which >, ,.',
either of yon. ma) n.-i ii,..
estate or IDA jackson
1st., of Dade County. K1orl Honorable <".ivint> Jin)*,.* .( |i,,|,
County, and file the same ,n th.li
officer In the Count) Couithoute in
Dude County, I .-ii Mh. within je|,t
calendar monthn from ih.
ftrat publication h.i...i Hald
M demands i.....nlaln the Ii ^.,l ad-
dress of the .'Unnant and to hi sworn
to and presented a.* aforerald,
will be barred s.. .; 1$ ,,(
the It4l Probate An
I'ate June ilth A 11 l}7
ESTHER STRICKLER
l.n.i.n: sri',ii'Ki.i:n
As e\. r the i.i-i win
and TeMam.nl of II iA JACKSON
1 e, >ased.
preSl-i MYERS. HERMAN KAPLAN
LEGAL NOTICE
"..... &m
.\"';'!'- lot Applicanta
i II, '. 7-14-21.
ng igi
(hat
n
(
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBRBKT QIVEN
Ing i
hi.,ii- i
IIMM 1MB '
Intend to r<
"."'; Mi th.- Oert of i
< mirt of Dadi County. Florida
ROBERT I. COOK
nmumtaJP' KE,M
\iii.Mi. !,. tppllrant*
W ll 81 \i ami, n...
fit, fi 7-ii-';i
LEGAL NOTICE
_,_ NOTICE UNDER
v, ,r,CTITIOU8 NAME LAW
Nl I' B 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
!'"sin!:'":!l:"':"'.:,'s!!i'";.'"
l E. BRENNER
Sole Owner.
Attorneys foi r
* it-ti-n, ; .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HEREBY lilVKN that
the in.
buslm us undi r the I
-rmtii- rv lass
l"i I I V. \-ll
at nan S.V ith Street
i*ii\ .i Ml
.urn- with tl
d
I
day 01
K el.MoN
i; .1.1 i.man .

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business un'lei the flcUtloua name "f
l.mis KORKTBR \- ''ii (Nol Inc i al
N W. (2nd Ave Miami. Florida
Intandi in reglalei uld name with the
Clerk "f thi Clrcull Court of Dad*
t'ountv. Florida
LOUIS KOR8TER, Bole owner
DON W. HTL'ABT
Attorney fur Appllcaal
III! Congreni Bld| Miami, Kl.i.
:.'3i. n i-u-zl.
J/17-21-
AMENDED NOTICE UNDER
v ..^T'TIOUS NAME LAW
N"M' B IH HEREBY 01VEN that
the "nderalKned, daahina to ansaaje In
pStbJS ,"',',',' "'" nctoua name of
i i.l ROLEI M iiiii.hinc; COMPANY
',>'' Inc.) .n IMS B.W. lat Street
Florida, Intend to regleti
name with the ri.rk ..r toe ClrcuH
i i,nit i,f Dade County, l- lortda
JOHEPH KREFETZ
ROBERT MANN
CHARLES A. STEINBERG
"nlf '!..... Ii 'I until e will lie filed In
in Mi ati the addition of Charles A.
stelnberi to tin, prior MKnerahin of
z ami Mann and to reflect a 1/5
Interest In each "f the three. aboVe
'''" ed partli i, Instead f l/S Inteteel
In Joseph KrefeU and t/2 Interest la
Robert Mann.
KBSSL.ER A- GARi
Attorne) for Applii-.ints
IMI B.W, 1st Bt., Miami, Ha.
5/21. 1/7-14-21.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N"
In RE Kstati -'!m, Ri
known i Kk Ini I'.n-d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ '
II., i -it lalnu oi I', niands I
Smi,I EsUti
^ ,,,, M, e ken led an I r< i
i,, preaenl aaj ""' deoiandi i
whn-h | ou n',i', h n last thi
,,, bylvta Reed. I irnwti Sylvia
Plorlne Rei "', l'"1,
..iiiii>. Florida, in the Count)
of Pail. '" inty. and file the
their i.ffi,-- iu the Count) Co irthuUM
Id i,.,,i. Co inty, I or Ma, wufcin eigbi
. al. lulu months from the dsti
f|r1 publication h< eol
will be barred
EDG M: RBE1' x "t **
Batati a
Sylvia I rln, Reed
1IT-. South M ami \
K.I.KY STONE. Otorn.)
., ,-,., Miami, l-l.i.
, II -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. 202100
HARRY M SILVER,
Plaintiff,
V-.
HELEN i SILVER,
l fi n Lint
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: HELEN I SILVER
\, ,, s Hampshire
Tot ARE HEREII
I rot I 'Wot haa bi i n
you, and ou a i


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B I.EATHERMAN,

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By: R, II RICE, JR..
Deput) Cli rk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
iln undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
AAA DRIVEWAY al P.O.B, 162. Mi-
ami Beach It, Florida, intends to reg-
ister Mid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countr. Florida.
TKANS-.NATII INAL
UR1VKAWAY. INC.
A Florida Corp.
I/24-J1, I 7-H
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY IHVKN that
tin niiiler-lmieil, desiring to engage in
business under the fletitloiis nal
NORTH DADE BYE CUN1C at 114')
N.B. l3rd .Street, North Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court ot
I iade County. Horlda.
11KNRY CADAN, M, D.
BEIGEL & TEITELMAN
Attorney a for Henry Ca4tam, m.D.
. II, H T-ll-'-'l.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
OUS NAME LAW
1:1 .iv i: n

' I II ie.
el Mlid
nf in- Circuit
rwnei
i ?5-COk-Ar^ JUDGE*- COURT
r,..F0" DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.DA in PROBATE
1
^OTICE TO CREDITORS
i ,l Pel
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thi County
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; ilill.atlon hereof.

"'"H- III NliRRSON,
Mr in i,
ORRIS I'ROCYK,
IBn i-i.
Ml,.v
M ."ii, Kla.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
^LE^NT^XTc^^T^O
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SUIT i-'OK DIVOB-
BriAEKTEII v

NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.H ICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
Ike ji i, rlgi .1. dt Hiring to .112.r-.- In
1, ialni 'i.e flrtttlou* name of
RIVIERA TILE CO (Nol Im 1 al M
Si villa al 1 labli a, I lorlda Intends
. with the Clerk
... ,1 dt 1 'ourl ol Dade County,
H"'"''' HENRY PRBBIANCA III
HEJGKI. TEITELMAN
U,,. |: ii, II', I'll IH.,ll,'.l.
,1 I, .1 Fth 1 Tlk
1-21. __________,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND I'uK DADE
"iHNTY IN CHANCERY, No, I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IEANETTE ROBE
Plaintiff
VS.
IAME8 I ROSE,
11. :'. m
\mi:s .1. ROSE
2268 Amsterdam a*, nua
New York City, n.y
I \.\:i:s .1. ROBE, are hei 1 b)
,1 a Bill of Complaint foi
- 1,, en file 1 agalnsl yo 1,
ind you are 1 equil .1 1.....1 ve .-
nf >. 111 Answi 0 Pli adlng i., the Bill
< nplalnl "n the plaintiff's
KURT \\ BLLISVH. 1111 -: T Con-
Ulami, Floi ,
I -, ,,. 1 'leadtna I
ci. rk 01 thi cull
, the 24th day of .1 une, 1957.
li \. 11 fall i" iin no, 1 iii-'i.ieni b
fault will ou for the
relief di I h the Bill
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED ;
Florida, this :\h day Ol May, A I.,
1: ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
1 the Circuit Coui t. 1 lade
County, Florida.
By: 1. SNBEDEN,
1 leputy tMerk.
KURT WELLI8CH
I4I4-J7 Congress Building, Miami. Kla.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
II, I T-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uodersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nani- Of
CARI EXPRESS en. at Miami, rTr-r-
ida. Intends to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit coutt of Dade
County, l'lorids. ____
EDUARDO I'e AC! II.ERA.
Sole Owner.
", Jl-:ll. /7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the underalgm d, deali Ina to 1 nga
,, ,1. the fictitious name or
STYLE-RITE JEWELRY CO.,
lonal Bldg.. Intends to reg
a-Hh the clerk of the Ir-
f pade County. Floi
FRANCES QUSBOW.
3 24-31, /7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, Iriaa ||-
,;,,, 1 Bi '' '"
Dade
BKRNART1 IIOODMAN
riARENCE RAINESS
PALI NOl I''
h
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RIDIAN
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Miaini

J. JERRY SCHECHTER
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announces
THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT
Sun. 704 BUcoyn. BuUdlng 19 WealI Flaqler Su
Phon FR 1-3449 Miami. Floriaa
,11 fie- ih.,
of C.nii- j
hi Miami,!
yd
Cn^raving Company
commercial
social
aw hotel
calling menoaratrn
invitotidnt
wedding announcement!
Dial Fflaiiklin 3-4634
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 40755.
In Re: ESTATE i >F
IRVING A. ABLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditor! and All Persons llav-
1 alma or Demands Against SaM
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to preaenl any
ilalma and demands wfcioh you, or
either of you, may have agalnsl the
i state of ll'.viNi; A. Al 'LER di
late .'i Dade County, Floiida, to the
County Judgi hi i '.nie County, and
, sain.- iii thi lr offices In the
County C.....thouse in Dade County,
la, uhin iniit calendar months
from the date of the i"al publ
or the name will be barred.
ETHEL ADLER, aa Ex< ll ol
i in Ini A vli. r. .1" ,.- .1-
SHEI.Dl .N N LELCHUK, AJtoi ne)
Ponl Biilir.. .Miami,
i' -: i
Kl.i.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
;, all Ing to nga
, r the fictitious iihi
Ni .I'.TII BEACH APT, HOTEL
joth Street. Miami Beach, Florida In-
lendi to n atei 'i'i ame II
Clrcalt Court of
Florida.
BEATRICE C. COTLER,
Bole Owni
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
130 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, I
6/7-14-21-2* __________^________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 2033.
RUDOLF .1. ECKSTEIN .........
a/k/a KI-IMH.F JOSEPH E< KSTEIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
El.I.EN E ECKSTEIN,
I lefl ml,. III.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ELLEN E ECKSTEIN
1141 Hililanl Avenue
Detroit 14, Ml.-higan
Y.U- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
, complaint for Dlvorc. has i.e.-n f.ed
f, ,26 Lincoln Road, Miami B
Florida, and file the original Anawe
l the Ofl......< the Clerk ol the Cir-
c.nt on or before the 2nd
1857 otherwise the auega-
,.,i,i Complaint will be laiten
...i agalnsl you.
his Mli day of May,
E B. LEATHERMAN.
,',,ik Circuit Court,
p. II RICE, JR ,
I i.puty
r, 7-14-2L
i-ult
,,f July,
tlot
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1 la ted
(seal)

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mi.I. r-i-' I, Irlng to i ng < In
miler the I
. WAY REAI-TY .ii ll
Miami, Ft
I lk,,."f .' "'
SfflSfS
Sol.- Own
Hi iNRl iE DIXi IN
Kttorni H incant
.; 7-14-21-28
Ih
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE*!
undersigned, desiring to
,,.,. s ."In "." Bctltloua nain-
, p,\l LAN'B SUPPLY CO. (n-
,, "i:: N E. 2nd Ave., Mian .
intends ... ;!,' "'
tMna* ol the Clreult Court el Dana
''""" '"'"'"'tsRAEl. SI...TSKY.
S.ile 1 IWIIel'.
HERBBRT HUTNER
Utorm v fin Applli ,1111
I 1 n 1: 2nd Ave.
:, 7-ii-ii-a
M THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
!n AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
In Re: ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN KARP
I <
No. M4T6-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tl, ah Creditors nd All Persona H>v-
or Demands Agalnat Bald
,ui each of'you
notified-at........ilrad present ....:
and demands
. of
I,,,.. ..1 Dade < ounty
,1,,,. County Judges
County, and file the *.""'
efii.es in the County Courtho
ounty. Florida/within elg
en.iar.......UM from ...- data pf the
iii-t pubUcatlun hereof. Said < jaitna
r demands to contain the legal ad-
,,,.., ,,' the elalmant and to lie sworn
nted a. aforesaid, or Jjme
barred See Section ...3.18 ot
14 I-,,hale Act.
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of BENJAMIN KARP. deceased.
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Just-married (Thursday) Ruth Elltn Sind.ll,
nw Mrs. Hkhord Stanley Sirkin, was, feted .,! a
round of pre-nuptial parties, starting way hack in
December, and ranging all over the country
Roth, daughter of the Oscar Sindellt, 0f 11 Island
axe was gueat-of-honor at a linen shower hostessed
l,\ Barbara Ginsberg That was during holidaj
i from the University of North Carolina, from which Ruth
been graduated ...
. there was a miscellaneous shower at Chapel Hill, N.C
Lber maid of honor, Geyanne Tanner Canton. ().. was
Mof a luncheon given for sturh by her aunts, Mr*. Nat Wor-
Hru Hyman Wintrub, at the Arrowhead Country Club there
fg was the date of a luncheon given by another aunt. Mrs.
C. Oltn. it the Algiers .
jl rolled around, and Ruth was off to another luncheon
Altier-. given by Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr*. Robert Shorr and
jiltan Wainkle The rehearsal dinner at the Seville June
ninht betore the Big Day) was hosted by the bridegroom'.-,
H,. jnd Mr. Milton Slrfcln .
don't think Ruth has "settled down" just because she's
. There's still a long, long trip ahead ... All the way
Djego. Cal, where Insign Sirkin will be stationed, and
the young couple will reside.
jUl done up in pink and silver, with an oval gift table topped
i huge pink umbrella, was the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
K 1. for the shower-luncheon given by Mr. Sarah Orkin in
of daughter in-law-to-be Claire Dressier Claire, daughter
Mid Mr. Morris Dressier, of 201 NW 32nd pi., will wed At-
jeck Lee Orkin, son of the Aaron M. Orkins, of Bay Harbor,
a... A recent M.A., Claire teaches modern languages
Gables High .
,al guests included Claire's mother. Dorothy, Jeck's grand-
': Mrs. Lena Orkin, and Miss Christine Young, who used to
it Coral Cables High, and is now principal of Nautilus Senior
lool Also present were Carol Carr, Mrs. Ptarl Zipp,
Ciplan, Mrs. Joseph Kramer, Mrs. George Baum, Barbara
Mrs. Millie Gidal, Mrs. Helen Zacur and Mrs. Burton Levy .
Mrs. Ethel Pauker, Mrs. Barbara Kolosna, Lillian Blotner,
Hewtrd Meyer, Mrs. Lillian Stein, Joan Tratnek, Mrs. Ralph
and Joan Reitsma.
Mri. Ethel Shochet took off for Chicago June 9 via Delta Air-
With her was Mrs. Sally Gardner, mother of former Mi-
Or. Alvin F. Gardner, whose wife. Esther, i- Mrs. Shochet's
ier Purpose of the trip is University of Chicago grad-
earemonies for Dr. Alvin, whose MA in Pathology is being
d Also on hand to greet her grandmothers at the air-
a- pert Ava Lee, complete with big hug.
Is who have been trying to keep up with the Isidore
lately have been having a hard time ... If you looked for
4 Dora at their Stillwater dr. home this week, you were doom-
disappointment They were busy getting settled in their
some at 401 E Rivo Alto dr. But after Sunday you won't
m there, either That's the day the Goldbergs fly, first
York to see the family, and then off on their annual five-
tour of Israel and Europe.
c > > >
will be a red-letter day for three little boys, two still-
istlmed parents, and a well-known Miami cantor The lir-t
i ever performed in Miami will take place at the home
and Rtnee Lerman, at 331 NW 144th st ... Their already
t triplets are Robert Alton, Mktieel Bruce and David Charles
s also .. lirst triple bris for Beth David's beloved Cantor
si W. Lipson, who will be the mohal Ste-e-ady there,
Tbe month ol June is well on its way, and for many it marks
Jladof four years of hard work and good fun. and the beginning
lii*w life Miami parents were on their way to various parts
|fc countrs to watch, proudly (and a bit misty eyed), as their
awn Mood solemnly to receive their degrees .
For Attorney and Mrs. Charles B. Breslow, the scene was Emory
Bay, where son Alan David completed his pre-med course
n's lister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Weil, watched
itertmome. with them ... For Alan, the summer means only a
breather before plunging into the rigorous schedule of the
'Medical School in the fall .
for Mr. and Mrs. Frank San, of 1884 SW 15th st il was out lo
"I Gables to ^e daughter Sandra graduate magna cum laude
ia Bachelor of Education degree Sandra, who was elected
"Kappa Phi, highest national education honorary, will t<
!Dade count) school system Out-of-town guest- in lor the
wwn were her aunt, Hannah Maidman, from Milwaukee arid
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maidman, from New Rochelie.
*" and Mrs. Harold Turk flew to Boston to attend commence
nercises at Brandeis University last week ,u,"r.,"'>1
H former Miami Beach mayor, is a member of the Board
*ol Brandeis ... His Stella helped form the Brandeis Wo-
^Chapter here, and served as its president for the first two
" The Mxth commencement, addressed by new grandfan r
* Truman, conferred honorary degrees upon the 'orr
*nl as well as upon composer Aaron Coplan, Arthur n.
".Albert L. Guerard, Jamas L. Aselrod, and others
'""" N. WeilL son of the lugene (Blackstone Power Shops)
ill contmue his studies at Northwestern I'mversi >
. honor ^rad from the UM. former C.IC. in 'he European
ZCl war a"d 'ormer Edison High teacher, was offered tw
b'Ps. one from Syracuse and one from Northwestern
'Northwestern Harmon and his Degmer are also no*
Just ..rnved Koran is a third granddaughter lor
The other two little girls live in tshh!) California.
wmer commuting among Chicago. New York. M laauaee
'< Reason' She's gathering a team of coast toco-st
^^wiislpJEIliDiciidliiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 14. 1957~
AND ONE'S A MOM. TOO
Doctor, Lawyer-Sisters Graduate
.,Jr' 2?* !h'" WM'k en,ered int0 the Profes-
sional world, graduating from two schools some 1 100
miles apart '
mu T.hKy "r? Mr~ Caro1 Scnwartz Shear, who re-
Wml Lf? ?fMedicine degree Tuesday from
Romans Medical College of Pennsylvania, and Miss
Barbara Schwartz, who Monday received her law de-
gree in University of Miami graduation ceremonies
at Dinner Key.
Both girls are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
Schwartz, 1576 Daytonia rd., Miami Beach.
Dr. Shear, 25, is mother of an eight-month-old
son, Kenneth Wayne. Husband Murray Dan Shear
practices law in the Congress bldg. here. He, him-
self, is a cum laude graduate of the undergraduate
and law schools at the U. of M
Dr. Shear will start her internship at Mt. Sinai
M. CAtOl SHfA*
Hospital July 1. A Beach High graduate, she at-
tended Vanderbilt University and received her BS
degree in chemistry from the University of Miami,
where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority, Alpha Epsilon Delta national pre medical
honorary, Beta Beta Beta biology honorary. Chem-
istry Club and was initiated into the highest women's
honorary, Nu Kappa Tau.
Sister Barbara, two years her junior, is also a
Beach High grad and received her AB degree at
the U. of M. in 1955. She is an officer of Nu Beta
Epsilon national legal fraternity, a member of the
Bar and Gavel Legal Society and was an Honor
Court defense attorney.
The two attractive professionals also, inciden-
tally, hit home runs in the league that says women
can have brains, as well as beauty.
Women's Auxiliary
To Honor Fathers
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will sponsor its annual Father's Day
party on Sunday afternoon, 1:30
p.m., at Douglas Gardens, honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, Miami
Beach, on their 39th wedding an-
niversary.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, has arranged the pro-
gram. Leonard Young, master of
ceremonies at the Monte Carlo ho-
tel, will entertain.
Miss Esther Brody. young folk
song artist, and Elmer Horosnyi,
continental violinist, will be accom-
panied by Mrs. Lillian Nelson,
pianist.
HISS BAf SARA SCHWARTZ
Roosevelt Praises Sinai Campaign; Mrs. Meyers Feted
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California Rep. James Roosevelt
last week told a capacity women's
audience at the Eden Roc hotel that
Israel toda) 11 a haven for the de-
pressed, despondent and forlorn
a shining example of democracy in
a Near Eastern world of despotic
feudalism.
The famous son of the famous
Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke
at a meeting here honoring Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyer-, noted attor-
ney and Dado county school board
Mrs Meyers i> chairman
division f the
Bond Corn-
member.
of the women s
Greater Miami Israel
mittee, under whose auspices the
function was
held.
"1-r.ii
|. her arms opened wide
taf made proud, useful cituans-ol
these onetime refugees. Mp.
Roosevell declared .
""^Vbrlef reference to the areas
o, politics, he praised the pipeline
Beei-helu, 10 Hath. Jjkj
wl,live an alternate route t.Asia
S A,,,,-., Ud break the black-
mail of Mtaset"
Rep. Roosevelt stoutly def.nd-
,d Israel's Sinai campaign of last
Novmber. comparing it to Amer-
,... border war, with Mexico.
"Whits <*"
choice but to go
cho Villa," he declared, "neither
did Israel's armies have any other
choice but to go in and wipe out
the Fedayeen raiders."
In a more personal aside, he
said: 'While it is a wonderful thing
to be the son of a wonderful man,
it is equally wonderful to be the
son of a wonderful woman." His
mother. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, has
been a frequent speaker for various.
Jewish causes in the Greater Miami
area.
It would also be a wonderful
thing," he continued, "if every'
town in the country had an Anna
Brenner Meyers."
Dr. Joe Hall. Dade county super-
intendent of schools, opened the
luncheon meeting with intoductory
remarks and a glowing evaluation
of Mrs. Meyers' contribution to
local education. Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff was chairman of the testi-
monial.
Jacob Sher, chairman of Greater
Miami Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds, presented Mrs. Meyers
with a plaque, while Mrs. Louis
OlangiT and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin re-
ceived "Woman of Valor" awards.
Sidney Glazer, Israel Bond city
manager, told the capacity audience
that some $500,000 in bonds have
already been sold this year. Last
year's record to date was only
$440,000.
Pershing had no
in and stop Pan-
ffcey Dhcuss Furnishings
Kumish,n,s for the new Panhe.l^
v House on the University of
' mous were to be among
M,am' 2 ersation at a meet-
,0P'C7 ,o Alpha PI Alumnae
'ng ^Greater Miami Ttad
for her^wly^unThed'NltVonar Foundation for Pa* evening at ^^'p^e de Leon
IIS*""'" In wintertime. Joanne and Jay t^"^^ aid Kohner 1000 h
"^ electrtx.rdiogr.phs, occupy their beautiful Bo Har ^ Cof>1 Gabies.
* Right now, though. Jeanne's in New \ork.
Jornia
Congratulations n ojdjn ^^^SSS^
A^:TmZ^cZ^o^e announced their gen-
lus^chte of ^xael Bonds at testimonial in Mrs. Meyers
, ...____ _*.- MiiTualBssW
honor. ...-----

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Work With Blind Brings Citation
Mrs. Sol M. (Gladys) Cohen this
week received official recognition
for her activities tfs chairman of
the Braille project of the Greater
Miami Section. National Council of
Jewish Women.
Mrs Jean C. Lehman, president
of the Section, said Wednesday that
the National Braille Club of Amer
ica wrote Mrs. Cohen, who also or-
ganized Council's Braille book bind-
ing committee:
"It is apparent that you have
made a valuable contribution to the
educational and recreational well-
being of blind boys and girls, of
which you must be justly proud.
Your splendid record of service is
indeed worthy of the highest praise.
"In accordance with tha r-
vica you have rendered, the exec-
utive committee of the National
Braille Club of America hat
judged you to be entitled to re-
ceive the Noteworthy Service
Merit Award pin.
"We wish to congratulate you
upon your achievement."
Mrs. Cohen formed and taught
the first Braille class three year*
ago with four pupils. This year,
there were three classes. The Mi-
ami group of four students was
taught by one of Mrs. Cohen s lirst
pupils. Mrs. William kpstein. The
Miami Beach had Mrs. Cohe,n as in-
structor.
These student* have completed
the course and are now prepar-
ing Braille manwacripts to be
judged by the Library f Con-
gress for certification. Upon bo-
coming Certified Braillists, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
of Creator Miami will boast of 27
Braillists qualified to transcribe
and teach Braille. This number
includes these certified in former
years.
This group transcribes text books,
workbooks, and books of fiction re
JPridc
Round of Partfes Fetes Mis7iW
Included in the round of parties was given by th,. K ,
honoring Carol Abrams who will be the home of Mi r.,,rJ,esmail
' Paradise ave R'Chma:
On June 8. Carol will ente
her bndesma.ds with a ,n,
t the home of her paren,s Mri
Mrs. Philip Abramy 1425 A|,
ve. On June 13. Mr and lS
ney Marder. parents of the m
will be hosts at a rehearsal dj
* the Algiers hotel.
married on June 15 to Donald Mar-
der. was a luncheon and linen
shower May 28 at the Biscayne Ter-
race hotel, with Mrs. Leo Sobel.
Mrs. David Parties and Mrs. Samuel
Dickson as hostesses.
On May 26. a kitchen shower
and the eight Council women from
class of five in Coral Gables had'quested by the teachers of the blind
Mrs. Robert Mann as their teacher.! children attending Dade county
public schools.
To date. 12/ volumes, or 7220
pages, have been Brailled. The
Braille book-binding committee,
chaired by Mrs. Joseph Davis, con-
sists of 12 Council volunteers who
' lacquer, sew and bind the Braille
volumes. These binders meet week-
ly at Tifercth Israel Northside Cen-
ter, where the equipment is housed.
The Braille and binding commit-
I tee has received a commendation
[from the supervisor of education of
the American Foundation for the
Blind (founded by Helen Keller)
for the development and progress
in their .service to the sightless
Physicians Wives
Slate Barbecue
Physicians Wives Club of Greater
Miami field a barbecue supper party,
Sunday evening, June 9, at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Harold linger.
510 S. Shore dr.i Normandy Shores.
NeWly elected officers of the
group are: president, Mrs. B. David
Epstein: vice president, Mrs. How-
ard A. Engle: president-elect, Mrs.
Harold linger: corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Donald E. Kobley; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Daniel Osman;
treasurer. Mrs. Irvin Deutsch.
CHILD'S TEE!
1,
iweeten ctr
with sugor-1
*T FOOD t 0U0 STOHJ |
Herb Bloom, youth activities director oi Temple Beth Sholom.
installs newly-elected officers of "NIFTY." Seated (left to right)
are Gail Pollack, president, and Linda Marlin. vice president.
Standing are Billy Pine, treasurer; Bloom; Doris Sigpl, program
chairman; Nancy Ory. corresponding secretary; Diane
Deutsch, program co-chairman: and Beth Kaplan, recording
secretary. Installation was Sunday evenina at Beth Sholom.
'Poppa of Year"
To Be Chosen
To rclebratc Father's Day. Tem-
ple Zion Sisterhood will hold a gala
affair Saturday evening, when
"Poppa of the Year will be crown-
ed
Winner will be chosen from the
host letter of praise for a father
received hy the panel of judges.
A "This is Your Life" program will
also be presented.
Mrs. Philip Sinclair is chairman
of the evening, due to be held at
Temple Zion.
They're going around in circles
now but when they get home
\ they'll head straight for the kitchen
k and bowls of chili with crispy
HOLSUM toast. Hungry teens
havs fun fixing easy snack3
with, fresh HOLSUM BREAD.
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14. 1957
J??!StEr''*'r
[m'mine fain On tlte Page 3-B
ome front
Reelected Pres.
Retains 'Woman
Of Year' Award
Mrs. Max Davis, reelected presi-
dent of the Miami Beach chapter of
B'nai B'n'h Women, holds the rec-
ord for being named Outstanding
I Woman of the Year" for the second
j consecutive >ear. and was h.,nor<<|
I with the presentation | an incribed
Atrophy again l.> doaor Mr aiul
Mrs. Sol, Gpldstrom.
j The presentation wa*
o
I jfANCTTf IA UANCA
lega, LaBianca
learn Sunday
[Second Concert
JffiU
in
ill team with color-
ite La Bianca
ling program
_Jof the I'niversity of
Kr iries.
Sunday concert, at 1:30
I air-conditioned Miami
auditorium, will serve
ntnu of Victor Herbert
If Firm!. Three eompo-
D'Artega, himaelf, are
tht program, D'Artega,
patd the Pops" Ut Sun-
the auditorium to
highlight
of the joint B'nai B'rith Men', and
Women's Councils Installation din-
ner held at the Saxony hotel.
Mr*. Davi* is prominent in civic
and philanthrooic activities and
was recently also named "Woman
of Valor" in recognition of her
having brought in the largest
amount of new members in the
history of the Miami Beach chap-
The trophy is presented each
year to the man or woman per
sonally enrolling the largest num-
ber of new members in the joint
Councils. The record stand- for all
B'nai B'rith Men's lodges and wo-
men's chapters of South Florida.
Mrs. Goldstrom i-. honorary vice
president of B'nai B'rith Women's
Grand Lodge District 5. Mr Gold-
strom is honorary life member of
Miami Beach Lodge, and a veteran
of B'nai B'rith for 65 years.
Mrs. Max Da
i 'Woman of the Year."
'Ship-a-Box' Takes Council's Time Now
Confirm Temple
Israel's Students
lBian-a who sang at one
|BS4 summer concerts re-
fittur- an oatstand-
Imccf-iJ' Aitralian tour
which he appeared in
Tarter f Seville" and
Ho." TV 23 year-old beauty
chide "Ita ian Street Song"
Mnar,) Lie in her selec-
lians Docile
Fifty-nine Temple Israel religious
school students were confirmed
Sunday morning. June 2.
Participating in the program
prepared by Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstem and Al
Hurwitz. and receiving Bibles from
the Sisterhood's immediate past
president. Mrs Miriam Kobley.
were:
Konnl.- II Al.. I .- :1m II I
Judith A. lt.-rrr.oni. Jl
Hi mi Sandra M llm-r. Sminn.
R. Davta. I ;. '
IHamoml L*wli h'lMimn, liawrri
Klh. Barba nkel, Unda M
|UmaI KiirniHti. I" .ill M Gartman ludj I
irPflT don. M. .I"hn :. t tit- >. hi K <:riw.-i
Mi.-hfl. I
ii la li h
Jmnr Jo I wvlri
s Kahn Pi i A. K .-. J Mk-harl A kl..- I.- inai I K" il
Judith l..i i: I
WIHmmi !..- in II l< nln. -' M'
Mann. Hell I l"'"1 '
M.i i, In CM.
\h. h ilovi II
:,.k. i;.ui k i-.-ii.ic > >'
PUpp M li ''
FUUBln Jim I II Klfkin. ImvIiI J KU'P-
Howard M Fl
'ill"" lelj lillowtng Vl,,,.,. i r. t.i.ii.
lould tht de
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Carrying on their year-round pro-
gram of service on international, as
well as local and national levels,
members of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, are hard at work prepar-
ing boxes for their overseas Ship-
a Box program.
Kindergarten, elementary school
and teen-age children in far olf
Morocco. Im-.icI. and Tunisia are
the recipients of this phase of
Council's program. Each of Coun-
cil's seven local divisions baa -e-
lected an age group in one of these
countries, to which it will send a
minimum of four boxes during the
coming year.
The boxes will contain new
clothing, papers, pencils, crayons,
toys, sporting equipment and
games. Members of the Counicl-
sponsored sewing classes at the
Jewish Home for the Aged here
are making tiny cobbler's aprons,
which will be included in the
boxes for the kindergarten child-
ren in Israel.
planning fund raisins afairs to sup-
port this program. The Bay Division
has scheduled the first of these.
Small groups of members of the
Bay Division will meet in homes
on June 12 at 1 p.m. Information
and reservations may be obtained
from Mrs. Emanuel Rothbarth, Mrs.
Bernard Selevan. Mrs. Lawrence
Koch, and Mrs. Walter Padwe.
Film on Cancer
To be Shown
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will meet Wed-
nesday evening at the Alcazar hotel.
At 9:45 p.m., there will be a
showing of a cancer film, "The
Other City," followed by an ad-
dress by Dr. Victor Dembrow and
a question and answer period.
The program is sponsored by the
Cancer Information Center, under
the chairmanship of program chair-
man Mrs. David Dubov.
Women's League
Head to Speak
Temple Zion Sisterhood'Will have
as its guests representatives of all
Conservative sisterhoods at an
area meeting Tuesday from 10 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m.
The gathering will take place at
Temple Zion, 5720 SW 17th st.,
West Miami.
Mrs. Pauline Rifkin, president
of Regional National Women's
League, will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Harold Saxe, vice chairman
of Regional National Women's
I League, and Mrs. Elwood Gold-
berg, president of Temple Zion
Sisterhood, will be hostesses.
Bi-monthly meetings have been
arranged by the executive officers
of the area:
Chairman, Miss Lillian Goodman;
vice chairman, Mrs. H. Leavitt,
Hollywood; Mrs. H. Saxe and Mrs.
H. Berney, Miami; Mrs. A. Acker,
Miami Beach; and Mrs. H. Rine-
hard, recording secretary, and Mrs.
B. Greene, corresponding secretary.
IH civilian defensive tac-
it atomic u ar continue at
sof Mr ind Mrs. Jack Hey-
>SW 18th t West Miami.
I e ever? Monday even-
IftolOpm Mrs Hoy man
Wnevia? that only two Icc-
wuin in (he current free.
PBM i ii and that tin'
|ill be rescl luted to bejjin
(arrant it."
Many of the Council division, are
Psychologist, Film on Progrom
Jewish War Veterans Post and
[Auxiliary 677 met Tuesday at the
Biltmore Terrace hotel, Psychol-
ogisl l)r Laura Ross was commenta-
tor of a film.
Who's Right""
Hebrew Academy culminates annual Binyan Bank project at
recent luncheon. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Binyan Bank chairman,
is shown starting project anew for coming year by inserting
coin in boxes distributed at affair. Shown looking on are Mrs.
David Seid, Binyan Bank co-chairman, Mrs. Benjamin Appel,
president of group, and Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, sponsor of
luncheon.
drogto VrS. Heyman, tho
th on'v such bating of-
*Wt y.,ami. "At least,
|h what West Miami Fire
'*lf'y told us in a talk
*"oay. And he wasn't
*out that, at all."
I taking this
"it djtirr seriously
.id He
Wtu lhe Heyman
'tain Monda) evening.
wnunity Singers
ttrt on Sunday
'Beach
l**nt a
Why
Ii ii. '-' '
-..ii. i larhtun
tx.
"iimunity Singers
a concert under the
evening at Flamingo
' director.
*** will include two
PjVleh based on folk
** f the program is to
00 Father's Day theme.
"> the cast are Bernard
"'barber. Edith
S>ivU( res Andy g^
nnan. Rose Abelson.
Nan Cohen and
hratfc,
Ihftl
N. Shore Jubilee
Enjoys Cantata
Presentation ol an i i
tata highlighted the jubilee ce
turn of the North Shore Jewish I en-
ter at the Americana hotel Sunday
night. Max Krauss, ( enter preai-
dent, announced
Over 700 members of the North
Shore Jewish (enter turned out for
the celebration, marking the oe-
Kinning of the seventh year ol the
exi-ience of the North Shore Jewish
Center at its present building.
Krauss, newly-elected president,
grooted tho capacity audience.
Stressing tho service of the affil-
iated organijatiom, A. Lou.s
Mochlowiti. past president of the
Center and to.stnva.ter nf the
ovorsing. Introduced "-"*
d M~ Sam Belsky. Sisterhood
pro*<*nt. Mr. Philip J**"
PTA pr~id.nl, ad A. Sherman,
Men's Club president.
Cantor Edward Klein chanted the
musical portion of the dramatic
narration.
crachi Women installed
Orah chapter o Mcn mant Sun
officers at Royal Hungary ^^ ^^^
day evening, lunej' ft riqhl) OTe Mes-
of,lcia,ed i^ACskin membership chair-
dames Helen AUKCMK ^^axy: Henri-
man^taKar^ll-'u^nc ^
ZZSfi*^recording
Sera Geltner, JNF chairman; Hilda Rosenberg,
corresponding secretary; and Betty Fejgen.
child restoration chairman. Seated are Mes-
dames Bessie Bobson. m***~g***
Irene Miller, president; and Helen Band, tat
vice oresident. In charge of program were M*s
Lucille Brown and Miss Marilyn Dushon.

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Coral Gables ZOA District Will Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Simon at Hillel House
(oral Gables .District of the Zion
i>l Organization of America will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon
Sunday at a huffet supper on the
University of Miami campus, 1100
Miller dr.. at the Hillel Foundation
Tin' Simniis are charter members of
the district.
Two scholarships at the Kfar S:.
ver Children's Agricultural Train-
School in Israel will be SStab
lished in the couple's honor, to be
known as the Morris and ROM
Simon Scholarships.
Mr. and Mr*. Simon arc known
throughout the Greater Miami
Janet Naff Named
JH Girl of Year'
area for their work in behalf of
tha Zionist Organiiation and local
community work. Mr. Simon i*
honorary vica president -f tha
Southeastern region of the Zion-
ist Organization of America and
has twice been president of tha
Coral Gables District. Ha is
treasurer of the South Jewish
Federation and f the Greater
Miami Bond Committee. Mrs.
Simon has been corresponding
secretary of the district for many
years and is now recording sec-
retary.
Max Friedson. president of the
district, is chairman of the c\ent
He is being assisted by Abe Hure-
vitz. co-chairman. Mrs. Pauline l^ev
ick. and Meyer Fine. Isidore B.
Sacks. Lou Shapiro. Morris Bel-
grade. Morris Minov. Louis Rud-
nick. Jacob Cabin. Irving Sperling.
Rabbi Leon B. Hurwitz and Gil
Rappaport. director of the South-
At their recent installation of of-
ficers at the Seville hotel, members
oi the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
sah presented their second "Miami eaf re*|" .,
.Ill (iirl of the Year" award to Miss I Establishment of the scholar-
Janet Naff. 541 SW 7th st sh|Ps w'" mcan ,hat ,w" wortn>'
The award, a bracelet and inscrib- >ounR PcoP,e from Hungary. Po-
od di-.k. wu presented by Mis. Svl- land r Morocco will be given an
via Heller, senior advisor to the opportunityto receive a formal ed-
aroup. First award was won last ucation in agriculture at the school,
1
Annual confirmation services were held at
Temple Emanu-El Wednesday momlnq for
Temple's Sunday school students. Rabbi living
Lehrman officiated. Conhrmands art* Qeft to
right) top row: Barry Halpern, Jon Klein. Eric
Kaufman. Robert Feigenbaum, Barry Gersten.
Harvey Shapiro, Fred Lane. Middle row (left
Vaa>lBaVa*laVf*
to right) err Sherry Lynn Kout, Adela
klang. Susan Schwartz. Rabbi Lehrman I
Reich, Phyllis Mechlowitz, Janice Wt
Virginia Gordon. Bottom row are Mich*
koff, Evie Roth, Eileen Nash, Iris Dee
Gene Feldraan, Geni Wasserman,
Applebaum.
year by Miss Klaine Schwartzman.
Miss Heller also presented Hen-
rietta Stold pins for outstanding
leadership and service to Sandy
Frogel, Janet Naff, Sara Bander,
Elaine Bell, Marsha Lazar, Diane
Cohen, Bertha Lieberman, and
Annette Levitt.
Miss Sera Bander was Installed
lent; Sand> FrogeL first vies
m r:; Diane president: and Janet Naif, third
pn tident other officers in
stalled were Rosalie Mu'.zman. cor
which was established in Israel oy
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica in honor of Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver.
Kntertainmcnt will include Miss
Bather Brody. soprano, and Mrs.
Frames Berliner, Israeli folk snip-
er and accordionist
Ner Tamid Ladies
Hold Initial Meet
Sisterhood of the new Ncr Tamid
secretary; Shelly Mark. Temple was organized on May 22
ling e.retarv Carol Khrlich. al the home of Mrs. Louis J Gold
irer: and Elaine Bell, chaplain. wlHl lhp group-s firit nwi ,.,.
I
-*

-lia Lazar was appointed do-
v*r i hairman lor thc.comini: >e.ii
Also appointed wen I!
i N.nitional Fund chairman,
Lieberman, sunshine chair
man; and Sara Gold, publicity ami
rian.
ing held Wednesday
more Terrace hotel.
at the Bilt
Pioneer Women
In Boat Rides
Officers serving are Mesdames
Sam Sklar. president; William J.
Harris, honorary vice president;
Louis J. Gold, Alan Acker, Ben
Fabric and Frank Cohn, vice
presidents; Harry Leven, record-
ing secretary.
Confirmation exercises at North Shore Jewish
Center last week presented original cantata
written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, "Sholom
Bo'Olom -Peace in the World," assisted by
Center choir, under direction of Eli Samuels.
Cantor Edward Klein chanted liturgical por-
tion of service. Gift Bibles were presented by
Mrs. Sam Belsky, Sisterhood president, and
Confirmation Certificates were distributed by
Nathaniel Glickman. chairman of school 1
First row (left to right) are Rochelle Acker, I
dra Weiss, Jane Steinberg. Andra Wachs, f
Schlosser. Sharon Weinman. Standing!
Cantor Klein. Paul Jacobi, David E
bora Rossman, Devera Dernis, Rabbi
witz. Karen Sherman, Carroll Goss, lack ]
Robert Teper and Jerome B. Gordon, dire
Israelite Center Will Confirm
The Mes(|.,mes Irving BsjeL cor-
First confirmation exercises of ,zog; Rochelle. daughter of Mr. and
the Israelite Center are scheduled1*1" Irvin Kornicks
for Sunday evening. H'"v- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
-- Robert Meltzer: Roberta, daughter
Pioneer Women of Club I. will responding secretary; Dm Wagner TTZTZ 7 ^ fi *.r "nd Mrs Sam Sandler: and
rtsin membsra ami friendi at ftnsndsl lecretary; Joseph Silver ;"' Ab" c,uri"v"z: ,,lnda- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
a crui-e on the Yacht Seven Sesa, m;m as,istant financial daughter of Mrs. Viola Her George wist.
lune It). .Mrs Rernard -'oseph Kahn. s,Klai secretary;
: president, has announced Adolph Greenbaum treasurer: Mau
Card Forty Schedule*1
Royal Palm t nit of the W<
Corps of the .Miami (anc
tute will hold a card party
day evening. July 10. at the I
hotel in charge of resenaUl
Mrs. Stul Herman and Mrs.)
Lauer
cTttise Will -tart from the I
Basin. Pier 8.
The Golda Mair Club will swell
their Child Rescue Fund with a
cruise, June 9, also on tha Yacht
Seven Sea*. The cruise began
at Pier 8 with Mrs. Paul Krieger
in charge.
Mrs. Oscar Seltzer, president, an
nounced the final business meet
ing of the Golda Meir Club was
held Tuesday. June 11, at Beth El
congregation.
rise Earetakx chaplain; Cbarle
Raab. parliamentarian: and Louis
Cohen, chairimm (,i the board.
Sisterhoods lir-t social fuj
will be a barbecue July 13 at the
Treassre Me motel.
North Shore Club Dance
North Aon Friendship ( |ub will
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14. 1957
Page SB
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Reveals Teachers' Welfare Program
NFW \nav _______ .... *
NEW YORK-A permanent na-
tional committee, recently organ-
ized by the American Assn. for
Jewish Education to deal with the
acute shortage of teachers and ad-
ministrators for Jewish religious
schools, has adopted a bold program
of action for the coming year
which will give priority to im-
provement of the economic and so-
Academy Slates
Joint Installation
cial status of present Jewish edu-
cational personnel.
By a unanimous vott, the dale-
gates of 51 national and local
agencies represented at the first
public meeting of the new com-
mittee, held in Atlantic City, de-
clared themselves in favor of a
retirement program, group life
insurance, hospitalization insur-
ance, and loss of salary indemnity
for ail full time professional
teachers, administrators, and su-
pervisors now serving Jewish
religious schools.
They further urged the AAJE to
formulate national standards for
The presidents of the three affil-
iate organizations of the Hebrew '
Academy have announced a johU Hh. f/ract,ce H at,ng to l*e
installntion dinner dance on Sun 'nghts and resP"s'bll>t><* of the
installation
day, 6
Hebrew teacher, the
school, and
iy. 8p.m.. at the Sterling hotel, 'the ommun
To be installed are B. I. Binder. |"" community
tor the coming year the body
adopted a budget of nearly 30,000
to promote and implement its rec-
president of the Hebrew Academy-
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president ,f
the Hebrew Academy Women; and
members of the executive commit-
tee of the PTA.
i Morris Goodman. has accepted chairman-
, sponsored by Zionist District* of Greater
j which was to honor Mayor of Elath Han-
jNtnner and his wife Thursday evening.
IU. at Algiers hotel. Nennera are on tour
>d States in behalf of Israel Bonds. Pic-
I at planning session are standing (left to
Daniel Cravitt, Morris Simon, Isador
and Maurice Hyman. Seated are
Seymour Liebman and Mr. Goodman. Also
assisting at Thursday affair are Mayshie Fried-
berg, Joseph Alter. Jack Bernstein. Burnett Roth,
Arthur Pekelner, Morris Black. Jacob Mayblum,
Nathan Darskv, Jerry Lelchuk, Sam Sklar. Ezra
Feingold. AI Oesip, Max Friedson, Abe Hure-
vitz, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kasow, Joseph Mech-
low, Isador Bakst, Lcuis Shapiro and Irwin
Schindler.
Elected
Commander
| A Lesser, of Bay Harbor
Miami Beach, was elected
tut commander of the Vet
i of World War I of Florida
faceting in Ft. Pierce Sunday
I named were Fay Kniglil,
i-Ritchic. senior vice com-
r. J. P. Tulley. Panama CM).
[vice commander; Charles O.
a, Ft. Pierce, state adjutant.
Wright. St. Petersburg.
aster: Judge Angus Sum-
.Pierce, judge advocate; and
IPrims, Ft Pierce, chaplain.
kmduct Retreat
YORK Rabbi Solomon B.
L of Pittsbuurgh, memberr
n of the Commission on Jew-
aplaincy ol the National
Welfare Board, has been
by the Deparrtment of
' to conduct a religious re-
lor Jewish chaplains now
H l.S militarry insta.Ha-
iin Europe The retreat will be
in Munich from June 24.
Ronnie Friedman Gets Legion
Award os Outstanding Student
This week at graduation exer-
cises of Shenandoah Junior High
School held at Miami Senior High
School, the American Legion
Award for outstanding all around
male student was presented to Ron-
ald M. Friedman, son of Judge and
Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, 3001 S\\
2nd ave.
Ronnie is 15 years old. a member
of the Student Council of Shen-
andoah Junior High, editor of the
school newspaper, member of ine
varsity soft ball team, and manager
of the football team.
He was awarded, in addition,
certificates for scholarshio and
citizenship, and received a sei-
vice certificate in concert band.
Outside school activities include
being vice president of the United
Synagogue Youth of Beth David
Congregation, and a member of
Hillel chapter of Junior Order of
B'nai B'rith.
All newly-elected officers and
board of directors of the constit-
uent groups will be installed by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Academy.
In honor of Father's Day, a spec-
ial feature entitled, "Dear Daudy,"
will be presented. Guest artists and
performers will participate in the
program.
Dr. David S. Andron, honorary
president of the Academy, will be
master of ceremonies. Miriam
' Weiss will extend greetings to the
newly-elected officers on behalf of I of B'nai
ithe student body. 'No. 5.
ommendations on national and local
levels and to bring to an early con-
clusion the various studies initi-
ated by the American Association
in the fields of teacher training.
recruitment, placement and re-
lated areas.
Mrs. Soltz is Delegate
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz was one of
seven women invited from all parts
of the United States to attend a
national membership campaign-
cabinet meeting of B'nai B'rith
Women held at the Conrad Hilton
hotel in Chicago last weekend.
Mrs. Soltz is second vice president
B'rith Women's District
Sisiorhood Will Meet
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister
hood will meet Monday evening at
West Miami Junior High School.
Mrs. Jack Friedman i> president.;
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<^/n the h^ealm of Society
Judith Myers Bride of Dr. Arthur Gilbert
Aidn
MRS. ARTHUR C/JBfRT
Miss Gross Now
Mrs. Engelson
Miss Louise Diana Gross became
Mrs. Harold T BngehMO in 8 p m.
ceremonies Saturday, Jum I, at ;he
Fontainebleau hotel. Rabin Irving
Lihrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo A. Gross, 1670 Day-
tuiiia rd Miami Beach. The tnmm's
parents are Mr and Mrs Larry En-
D, Manhattan Beach. N V.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in a full-
length traditional gown of untold
yards of white tulle over blush pink
alencon lace and French silk tulle,
on which many hundreds of hand-
sewn pink seed pearls were individ-
ually set in twinkling jewels. I he
gown was fashioned into a swirling
skirt slightly shorter in front, and
featured a heart-shaped bodice and
long pointed sleeves.
From the bodice, an illusion yoke
rose into a tulip collar, and hand
applique leaves cascaded onto the
skirt. A fingertip veil of blush pink
French illusion fell from a fore-
head petal cap of matching alenco.i
lace and pearls.
The bride carried a prayer booic
of white orchids and lilies-of-thi-
valley.
Maid of honor was Miss Mona
Sawyer. Mrs. Morton K. Gross, the
brides sister-in-law. was matron of ,a"ubUau ** wedding trip
honor. to California and Nevada, the
David Engelson was best man.! couple will live in New York.
MIS. HAKOLD (MCftSON
and ushers included Morton Gross,
Steven Gross. Jack Harris. Chuck
Livingstone. Finest Bogin and
Charles Trager.
Reception followed at the Fon-
Judith Hay Myers became the bride <>f Dr.
Artli..! [ra GUbtfl si the BeviLW hotel in 8 p.m
evenlnf, June 8.
berg, Beth David Coi on, and Irving Lehrman.
Ten pie I nanu E3, heard Hi'- couple awhangl vows.
'I he bride la tin i r of noted community
! Mr- Stanley C "....., S0M Granada
Mvd iiH. s. The groom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs Larry Gilbert, 43.'i5 Alton rd Miami Beach,
er resi lent*
Given in marriage by bar father, the bride was
attired in a flowing (.'own oi Ivor) miported peau
(i, sol nattering sabrine neckline ceembroid-
ered with alencon lace, frosted with sued pearll and
lla, and short scalloped slecu
Th' very lull skirt toll into a cathedral train.
The bridal double-tiered limrininl Trench illusion
veil fall from a matching cap of ivory peau de s(.ie
>e She earned | pra\er book covered with
phalaenopais orchids and itepbam
Maid of honor was Miss Beverly Shapiro. Brides-
maldl included Mrs Stephen Winig, Philadelphia.
I siei oi th( groom, Miss Marcia Jems. Miss Ijnda
Kaplan, Miaa Mariana Singer. Miss Sylvia i'erlman
Ad Mrs Stanley Sterling.
Bridal attendants wore pale yellow organza,
princess style gowns with matching yokes of chan-
tilly lace. Their flowers were spray bouquets of
tiger lilies and babies breath.
Ushers were Stephen Winig.
I-eonard Parker. Irving Greenfield,
Jr.. Harold Heiss. Jr., Bruce Steir
and Jack Furman.
The bride is a native-born Miam-
ian and has lived here all her life.
She attended school at Woman's
College. University of North Car-
oline, and was graduated last June
from the University of Florida with
an AB degree. Newlywed "Mrs. Gil-
bert served as president of her
social sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi,
and vice president of Trianon, wo-
men's honorary, at Florida.
Dr. Gilbert is also a native-born
Miamian. He attended undergrad-
uate school at Tulane University,
where he served as president of
the junior class. His social fra
ternity is Zeta Beta Tau. He was
graduated Monday from the Uni-
versity of Miami school of medicine.
Dr. Gilbert served as president
of his medical fraternity. Phi Delta
Epsilon, and as governor of the
university medical school.
A reception and dinner followed
at the Seville. Out-of-town guests
included Mrs. Abe Kramer. New
York City; Mr and Mrs. Stephen
Lippe. Sarasota, Fla.; Mrs. Abe
Kominers and Louis Baum, West
Palm Beach. Fla.; Henry Myers.
Bethesda. Md ; Lt. and Mrs. Jack
Lubin. Warner Robbins, Ga.; and
Dr and Mrs. Leonard Shapiro and
Miss June Shapiro, Merrick, L I
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he will be stationed with the,
for 14 months.
The bride attended the iv
sity of Miami, and the grooa
tended school in Ma-sachues*
Mae Weinstein to Marry June 25
Mae H. Weinstein of 2421 Lake
Pancoast dr.. Miami Beach, and Ar-
nold Perlstein, formerly of Free-
port. L.I. now a resident of Miami
Beach, will be married at noon June
25 in the study of Rabbi Joseph
Narot of Temple Israel.
Mrs. Weinstein is director of the
Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, has ser-
ved as president of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter of Hadassah and pres-
ident of the Florida region of Ha-
dassah.
She is a member of the exe
committee of the Confereno
Jewish Women's "r^anizatio
member of Zionist Council an
Jewish Music council. An ad
plished pianist. Mrs Weinste
a graduate of the Juilbard
of Music in New York and
music in the New York Cih scl(
Mr. Perlstein is a gradual
Syracuse University and the
ham school of law He is ats<
with the Martin l". Iger Co., i
account executive.
Lansing, Hymson
Plan Fall Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lansing, 858
Euclid ave., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Carol, to
Louis Hymson, 1330 N. Biscayne
Point rd.
The groom-elect is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Hymson. Philadel-
phia, Pa.
The couple is planning a fall
wedding.
Double Graduations Han
Mother and Dad Hopping j
Two graduations marked tM
day morning schedule (or Mrj
Mrs. Leo Alpert, of San
Island.
Son Jonathan graduated
North Beach Elementary
with daughter Martha doing]
same from Nautilus.
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at a Juniors' luncheon.
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MRS. HOWARD milDMAH
MRS. HERBERT KOSUN
lerina Gown For Her Wedding
Schwartz chose a ballerina
a of ctt'Mi lace for her
Howard S. Kreedman
; June 9 Her parents. Mr.
Daniel SehwartS, 460 NE
Iter, North Miami, held the
and reception in their
|fltedman is the son of Mr.
Reuben Kreedman. 4740
|lh* dr. His brother, Allen.
Pet nan.
bride completed her en-
' with a white satin head-
tshort veil and carried white
ion a Bibl'-.
Mrs. Kenneth Schwartz wore aqua
silk organza and carried yellow
flowers, as matron of honor. Maid
of honor Wynne Ruden wore pink
organdy and carried spring flowers.
Bridesmaid and sister of the
bridegroom, Felice Kreedman, wore
pink. Debra Sue Schwartz also
wore pink as flower girl.
Mr. Schwartz, the bride's brother.
seated the guests
The couple will live in Miami af-
ter a motor tour of Florida. The
bride is a commercial artist. Mr
Kreedman is a student at the I in
versity of Miami.
jersare Back; To Live in Miami
a 10-day honeymoon in | silk trimmed with lace and pearls,
l City. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred terminating in chapel train Her
will return to Miami i fingertip veil of French illusion
600 SW 9th ave. They [was attached to a pearl tiara,
ned Sunday. June 9. in i Mrs. Richard Ahrons. I'lainfield,
iManor. Newark. NJ.
: bnde is the former Con-
lAnn Kline, daughter of Mr.
i Harold Kline, Celonis, N J.
|Megroom is the son of Mr.
S. 0. (.rmberg, 421 Ca-
ral Gable-,
bride wore white dupioni
NJ., was matron of honor for her
cousin. Harvey Stein. Miami Beach,
was best man. Other attendants
were from Long Island and New
Jersey.
The bride is a graduate of Doug-
laaa College of New Jersey. Mr.
Singer is associated with the Studio
of Lighting in Miami.
SehwaiYi, Meyer
| Exchange Vows
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Saturday evening, June 8,
at the Lincoln Manor. Miss Rose
Sandra Schwam. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Irving Scfawam, 5645 sw
:|"| '<';. Miami, became the bride
ol Bmanuel Meyer, s,, f Mrs.
Evelyn Meyer, of New York city.
Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple
Judea, officiated at the 8 p.m. rites.
or lur her sister was
Mi Elaine Schwam. Mrs Abe
X, of New York City, was ma-
tron of honor.
Julian Haber was best man. and
ushers included Arthur Samclson,
Norman Young and Hendry Dvoor.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a ballerina-ldngth gown of import-
ed chantilh* lace and nylon tulle.
The fitted lace bodice was designed
with a sheer yoke Tiny sequins
edged the lace collar. Her long
sleeves tapered to points over her
wrists. The lace and tulle banded
skirt billowed from a tiny waistline.
She completed her ensemble with
a veil of imported silk illusion soft-
ly draped to a lace embroidered pill
box. The bride carried a white
satin prayerbook topped by a clus-
ter of white orchids and a shower
of stephanotis.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and attended
the University of Miami. She is
past president of BZB Girls.
Mr. Meyer will receive his degree
in liberal arts from the University
of Miami and will continue at the
University of Miami law school. He
is a member of Tau Delta Phi fra-
ternity.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their
I return, they will live in Miami.
kbi Skop Hears Koslens Say Vows
Wernr-Kahn
MS. SAHF09D CAPLAN
Sonya Hurwitz
Now Mrs. Caplan
Brandeis U. Lists
Unique Courses
WALTHAM, Mass. A unique
summer school program will open
at Brandeis University on June 24
and continue through Aug. 2, un-
der the directorship of Dr. Law
rence H. Fuchs.
itrdraors
MRS. tMANUU MtriR
Beach Civic League
In Renshaw Citation
Claude A. Renshaw, city manager
of Miami Beach, has been named
"Outstanding Man of the Year"
by the Miami Beach Civic League.
Announcement of the citation
was made this week by the League's
board of governors, headed by
chairman Dr. Leonard Finn, presi-
dent Harry B. Smith, and retiring
president Allan Goldberg.
Renshaw will receive a plaque
"in honor of his untiring and unsel-
fish devotion toward the progress
and welfare of the City of Miami
Beach' 'at an installation dinner of
the Miami Beach Civic League June
22 at the Seville hotel.
i Falls and Canada are on
hi Mrs. Herbert S. Koslen's
itinerary'- They were
I Sunday. June 9, in the Al-
by Rabbi Morris Skop.
twide is the former Marilyn
Kazan daughter of the
R. Kazans. 5211 Maggiore
r*l Gables
I wore a white chantilly lace
i a nylon tulle overskirt.
shaped lace headpiece.
Miss Sonya Hurwitz became the
bride of Sanford Caplan June 9 at
trimmed with seed pearls, held her the Lincoln Manor. Rabbi Yaakov
veil. She carried white orchids and Rosenberg officiated at the cere-
lillies-of-the-valley on a Bible |mony.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V. Heist, i Thl, brjde is the daughter of Mr.
bride's sister and brother-in-law,! and Mrs Harold Hurwitz. 130 NW
were best man and matron of honor j2nd avc The groom's parents are
Myrle Schwartz was bridesmaid. |Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Liberman,
Stewart I Heist was ring bearer. 5^, sw 7th st.
The bride's grandmother, Mrs 1 Tne Dride wore
Anna Mermelstein of McKeesport. p,wn with chapel train of lace and
Pa also was in the wedding pro- nv|on tulle and had a sabrina neck-
cession. line trimmed with seed pearls. She
the carried a white Bible covered with |simiIar institute.
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The reception was held in
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Rabbi Lehrman
Hears Abelsons'
Marriage Rites
Barbara Mac Lepselter carried
the Bible her mother used on her
wedding day when she and Allen
David Abelson were married Sun-
day. June 2.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the ceremony in the Roney Plaza
hotel.
Miss Lepselter i.s the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lepselter,
9172 Emerson avc., Miami Beach.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Abelson, 932 15th
at, Miami Beach.
The bride's floor-length gown of
A chanti(y lace had a fitted bonV
and efoop neckline trimmed with
irideaaents and seed ueans. tea
bouiannt skirt and sweep train had
eight tiers of hand clipped ruffles.
A crown of lace and seed pearls
held her illusion veil, and her flow-
ers were lilies-of-the- valley and
orchids.
Mrs. Bennett Goldman was ma-
tron of honor, and Irwin Lepselter
was best man.
Ushers were Mr. Goldman. Fred
Weiner. Burton Radoff and Marvin
Lewis.
A reception and dinner were held
in the hotel.
The bride graduated from the
University of Miami last week. She
was president of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority and a member of Nu Kappa
Tau honorary.
Mr Abelson attended the UM and ,
served with the armed forces in
Korea. He is a production engineer
Ai ilmorr
AlUmoi e
MKS. ALLAN HALL
Halls Will Return
To Studies at UF
Sunday. June 2. in Rabbi Leon
Kronish's study at Temple Beth
Sholom. Miss Gerta Rae (Gee) Horo-
wizt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Horowitz. 1840 Bay dr.. formerly
of Rahway, N.J., became the bride
of Allan Jon Hall, son of Mr and
Mrs. Edmond Hall. 334 VY 25th it,
in 5 p.m. rites.
Andrew C. Hall acted as best man
for his brother. Lois Horowitz was
maid of honor for her sister. After
the ceremony, the party had an in-
timate family dinner at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
The bride selected a ballerina
lensth gown of white silk taffeta.
The gown, banded with imported
chant illy lace, featured a scooped
neckline, shirred cap sleeves, fitted
bodice and bouffant skirt hemmed
with imported chantilly lace. Her
four-tiered French illusion shoul-
der-length veil fell from a crown
of lace and seed pearls. She car-
ried two white orchids on her con-
firmation Bible.
The bride and groom are stu-
dents at the University of Florida
in Gainesville. She is a member
Of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority.
Me is | member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi social fraternity, majoring in
building construction.
The couple arc spending their
honeymoon in Mexico City and
Acapulco. l/pon their return, they
will reside at 1840 Bay dr., Miami
Beach In September, they will re-
turn to Gainesville to continue
their studies
Aberbtqte$ftjflf/|
Live in Bayohne
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony on Saturday evening, June 8,
at the Algiers hotel. Miss Edith
Ann Schneulman. daughter of Mr.
ahd Mrs. Alex Schneidman, 59W
La Gorce dr., Miami Beach, former
ly of Milwaukee. Wia., became the
bride of Joel Aberbach, son of Mr
and Mrs. Aaron Aberbach, Bayonne,
N. J
Rabbi LtOfl Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholom. performed the 7 p.m.
ceremony. Decor of the wedding
was pink and white
Best man was Alan Aberbacli.
brother of the groom. Maid of
honor was Judi Goodman. Ushers
were Merle Michaels, David Hill-
man and Milton Wallace Doreen
Brody, Kathy SpiUer and (elia
Roth were bridesmaids.
The bridal gown of taffeta and
reembroidered alencon lace featur-
ed a scooped neckline and a molded
bodice of lace which extended into
brief sleeves. A bouffant skirt end-
ed in a chapel train. The bride's
four tierred veil of pure silk French
illusion fell from a crotm of orange
blossoms and tulle leaves. She car-
I ned white orchids on her confirma-
tion Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Alabama. At
present she is at the University of
Florida, where she is a member of i
Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority.
The groom is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School. He will receive
his degree in Labor Economics in
August at the University of Florida.
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their
return, they will make their home
in Bayonne.
Ardmor.
MMS. tOfl AtfMACM
tiff
Fierberg, Levy On Mexico Tour
The former Miss Claire Fierberg
became Mrs. Robert David Levy in
an afternoon wedding at the Seville
hotel June 9. Rabbi Irving Lehr
man officiated at the double ring
ceremony.
For her wedding the bride chose
a beautiful gown of imported
Orient silk, fashioned on princess
Gordon's Reveal
Muriel's Betrothal;
Others Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon. Kings
point, N.Y., and 9800 W. Broad
view dr.. Bay Harbor Island, an-
nounce the engagement of their Gross. 816 Surfside blvd Surfslde!
Lambda Phi. He will enter the law
school of Stetson University in the
fall.

Lehman Cross
Mr. and Mrs Sidney Lehman.
1811 SW 18th st., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Ro-
berta Gloria, to Marvin Arnold
Gross, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Sylvia Fox. 2315 Pine Tree dr..
mother of the bride-elect. Mr. Sus-
man is the son of Mrs Anna Sus-
man. 6376 SW 14th st
Miss Fox is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School. Mr. Susman
is a graduate of Tech High.

Hirsh Bloomberg
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Hirsh,
Carlton Terrace. 10245 Collins ave..
Bal Harbour, announce the engage
i ment of their daughter. Nancy Lee
to Lawrence I. Bloomberg, son of
Mr and Mrs. Berry Bloomberg
New York.
The wedding will take place June
30 in the bride's parents' home.
Mia* Hirsh and Mr Bloomberg
[are studying clinical psvchology
and after the wedding they will
enter Adelphi College in Long Is
land for their doctorates.
MiM Hirsh is a graduate of the
University of Miami and received
her Masters degree at Columbia
[ Diversity, she is a member of
Psi Chi honorary and was president
of Phi Kappa Phi scholst,c honor
ary. Mr. Bloomberg received his
bachelors degree at Adelphi and
BM done graduate work at Yale
and New York University
daughter. Muriel, to Frederick
Louis Ablon, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ablon, 1431 W. 22nd st..
Sunset Island IV.
The couple attended the Univer-
sity of Miami.
The wedding will take place July
20 in the Fontainebleau hotel.
*
Stamky Gordon
Susan Jane Stansky and Seymour
Arthur Gordon are planning a July
7 wedding in Miami.
She is the daughter of Dr. Charles
Stansky. St. Petersburg and the late
Mrs. Stansky. He is the son of Mr.
Miss Lehman is a graduate of
Miami Senior High and attended
the University of Miami.
Mr. Gross is a graduate of Miami
Beach High and also attended the
University of Miami.
Salk Spm:r
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Salk. 7136
Bonita dr.. Miami Beach, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Arden Joyce, to Robert Sidney
Spencer. Chicago, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Spitz
Miss Salk attended the Univer-
sity of Illinois and pledged Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority Her fiance
Faber Feinman
Mrs Jeanne S. Faber of New
York City and the Sherry Frontenac
hotel, Miami Beach, announces the
forthcoming marriage of her daugh
ter. Barbara Roth, to Dr. lrwln D
Feinman. son of Mr and Mrs. Ben
jamin Feinman of Brooklyn. NY.
Mi-s Faber is the daughter of the
late Emanuel Faber.
Miss Faber graduated from Mi.
ami Beach High, attended Skidmore
College, and graduated from r/ew
York University
Dr. Feinman graduated from
Washington Square College, New
York University In 1950 he studied
in England. France and Holland. He
I received his doctorate from Long
(Island University, College of Podi-
atry.
The wedding is set for June 30.

Gaodmen. Maran
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome E. Good
jman, 1965 Bay dr., Miami Beach.
announce the engagement of their
I daughter. Suzanne Ruth, to A. Rob
|ert Maran of Atlanta, Ga. He b
{the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
.Samuel Maran of Waterbury. Conn.
j Miss Goodman is a graduate of
| Miami Beach Senior High School
and attended the University of
Miami.
Mr. Maran is a graduate of New
York University and attended the
National University of Mexico.
The wedding will be July 14 in
the Sterling hotel. Miami Beach.
The couple will live in Atlanta, Ga.
lines, which fell into a
chapel train. The empire]
and long tapering sleeve
trimmed with alencon lace i
seed pearls. Her veil of it
silk illusion edged with
tended to the end of the
was caught to a matching
with seed pearls.
Attending the bride was |
Fierberg as maid of honor.
Goodman, Bette Baron.
Schwedock and Judy Mitche
bridesmaids. Junior bndi
were Jen Fierberg and Led
Jerry Levy was best man]
brother, with George Zolle
vin Bacon, Michael Silvers^
George Astel as ushers.
The bride was given in ;
by her father and carried
orchid and sweetheart ros
a white satin Bible.
The newlyweds are boo
ing in Mexico.
Miller Spievelman
Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Miller.
466 SW 22nd rd.. are announcing
the engagement of their daughter,
Linda, to Max Spjegelman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Spiegel-
man. 375 SW 20th rd.
Miss Miller attends the Univer-
sity of Miami Her fiance If a UM
graduate and is now attending law
school there. He is a member of
Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity and j
Phi_Alpha Delta legal fraternity.
Workmen $ Circle
Will Honor Two Mei
Miami Beach Branch 692.|
men's Circle, will celebrate
Day Sunday at the Labor Lyj
The celebration will be a
to two members who have |
ered from recent illnes
Joshuah Sherman and
Spivack.
Dr. Sherman is a long-timej
ber of the branch, having
uted large sums to cultural
prises. Spivack has served
national board of directors la
eral terms, and is at present]
ier of the branch, treasurer
! Southern District camp comi
and treasurer of the I
Home for the Aged.
Proceeds tor Umderger
Sisterhood of Tifereth
Northside Center will hold a
eon Tuesday noon. Proceed
for the Centers kindergarten
I "ail. i hi 11 tine c
and Mrs. Irving Gordon, 111 SW is a graduate of Northwestern Uni
24th rd.
Miss Stansky is a graduate of th
ersity of Florida where she was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Gordon is a graduate of Mi-
ami High and the University of
Florida. He is a member of Pi
versity.
A July wedding is planned.

Fox Susman
Flora Fox and Sanford Susman
are engaged.
Announcement is made by Mrs.
mss salk
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Page 9-B
mm
note figure, in Its
KTwork. B'nai Brith. the
foMe-t i, wish service or
"J will h-ild ite 81st an-
iwnti-ii "l District Grand
7 June 22 to 26 in Miami
mA m CircuH Court this
i he convention
Mime B'nai B'rith non-
fporatinn to aid District 5
ring philanthropic aims.
ration membership In-
,ufh Florida'* nine men's
B'nai B'rith Soci.l Council', ,nd
all youth arouot.
runt for 10 ytart.
Officers arc E. Albert Pallot Dis-
trict B pi
Talianoff. national commi!
for the Ann Defaiaatlon L
Harry 8, Schwartz, men's conven-
tion chairman: Milton A Friedman-
and Sidney M Palmer.
Friedman and Palmer are vice
presidents. Other
Tht charter
presidenti
n, George
W Bolts, South
I"* siueuis
are women s chairman Mrs. GeorEe
Baltuch. Mrs <-->-' -
K) See Academy Youth Graduation
Tp. 500 persons attended the
Cji graduation exercises of the
' \cademy Tuesday evening
[Algiers ho,cl Guest speaker
Lpr. Joe Hall, superintendent of
L iistruction of Dade county.
Things were extended by B. I.
jjtr president "f the Academy,
^llr> Benjamin Appel, president
jtrtw Academy Women.
jutirds presented were: Roes
U Simufl Ritter Scholarship
toi for excellence in all sub-
Marshall Brown, vale-
fltrian, by Mr*. Apnol; Hose
rry Genet Hebrew Studios
for excellence in
cell to Preside
f la. Society
Dtatc Fascell was elected
r.t of the Washington, D.C.,
Stale Society this week. He
first ( onpressman ever se-
lothi- position by the capitol
rocp.
serve with Fascell
lanne I orpi (Jen. Chester
first rice president; Mrs. Inei
nfe of Florida Congressman
bs, sec >nd vice president:
krmar.. .. -tant to Florida
s>man ( hjrlie Bennett, sec-
ind Sarah Shiner, secretary'
: Holland, treasurer,
group, a social organization
main interest is promoting
. is one of the older state
5 in the nation's capitol.
i membership of over 500.
studiosto Yona Poruth, by Saul
Oonot; Math, Science and Talmud
Awards to Steohen Magida,
Jay Mirmelli and Sanford Rein-
hard, prosonted by Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Cross, principal ot the
Academy.
53S n"'V ?"",dl ***
It .h V U"lln- nd Bu>-nett
how, treasurer is MHton Sadoff
8taryU Mrs. Alfred Reich
ke place ,n this area In 11.,
*" ^tended by Supreme L
national PniHp ,
": identDr.V
l>r
Maurice a g
board
tional IHI!,| |.
"0 Edward B \l>L com-
mluioner V/i ,,
?*iSL 5 "**. represent,
jng 22,500 B'nai D'rith members
n seven states, include secretary
Julius Fisher, Roanoke, Va., and
Mrs. Philip Boblasky, women's
president, of Savannah.
Other women's officers heading
convention proceedings are Mrs.
Samuel Korea, executive .secretary,
annual Journalism Award Silver Spring, Md ; and these lead-
The
sponsored by The Jewish Florid i.in
was presented to Carl Sonntay.
Americanism awards annually pre
senled to two sixth graders from
the Miami Beach Elks Lodge were
made by Maurice Klein to Trudy
Gertler and Richard Andrnn.
Chairman of the evening was
Sean Kaufman Diplomas were dis-
tributed by Rev Joseph Shapiro,
chairman of the board of education,! Crown hotel.
and Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz. dean j Newly-arrived delegates join with
of boys. Final charge to graduates | Greater Miami B'nai B'rith mem-
was made by Rabbi On, j ters in a pre-convention frolic June
---------- ------------- 16 at the Roney-Plaza gardens.
ers from Washington. D.C.: Mrs
Maurice Goldberg. Mrs. Michael
Shapiro, Mrs. Frank Fields. Mrs.
Louis J. Rose and Mrs. Gilbert
Fisher.
District 5 president is Julian
Blachman. of Portsmouth, Va. He
will preside at the opening conven
tion session Saturday evening, June
22, in the headquarters Waldman's
MISS RITA KKJN
MfSS CYNTHIA BOTT
is a past president of the Jackson-
ville Unit of Junior Hadassah, a
former president of the Florida re-
gion of Junior Hadassah, and in
1955 was elected a national vice
president of that organization.
In 1954. Miss Eskin was awarded
a Hadassah scholarship to the ten-
week "Summer Institute in Israel."
Rabbi Becker's parents were the
late Mr. and Mrs. Israel Becker. He
attended the Talmudic Academies
in Vilna and Warsaw and the He-
brew .University in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Becker received his ordina-
tion from the Talmudic Academy
in Tel Aviv, Israel and his BS de-
jler Picks Bush;
from GMJCC
n elected pres-
; f Granada Jewish
* ofiicei. named at an elec-
Iward Moore.
president; Jess M. Freed,
,iVe iilent; Meyer
"t. it,,,. l:i i, Mrs Hyman
sn. f reretary; Mrs.
fDansky, recording secretary;
Nathan Trauman, correspond
pattary.
** officers are assuming
PMH following Flaglor-
***' deciiion to disaffiliete
W Greater Miami Jewish
Why Cantor.
"lar membership meeting was
held Thursday evening at
50 N\V 51st p|.
Rita Nancy Eskin
To Become Bride
Of Rabbi Becker
Mrs. Esther Shorstein, 1604 Mer-
idian ave., Miami Beach, announces
the engagement of her granddau-
ghter, Rita Nancy Eskin, to Rabbi
Arie Becker. Her parents were the
late Mr. and Mrs. Max "Eskin, of
Jacksonville.
Miss Eskin. a native of Jackson-
ville, graduated from Miami Beach
High School and attended Florida
State University, where she pled-
ged Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She 'gree7n' Human' Rs'laTions'trunT The
University of Miami.
At the present time, he is serving
las spiritual leader of Beth Raphael
I Congregation in Miami, where the
wedding will take place on July 14.
Miss Bott's Fiance
IsUMPre-Med
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott. 1421
;SW 16th ave.. Miami, and Nassau
N.P., Bahamas, are announcing the
engagement of their daughter, Cyn-
thia Lee, to Stanley Dick, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Morris M. Dick, 3301
SW 18th at
Miss Bott will enter the Univer-
sity of Miami in the fall. She was
I a member of Phi Sigma Tau Couif-
Icil, Anchor International Club, and
Sweetheart of Hurricanes AZA.
Her fiance is a senior in pre-med
iat the University of Miami. He is
a member of Delta Theta Mu and
I Phi Eta Sigma scholastic honor-
', aries, and also Alpha Epsilon Delta
! pre-med honorary and Beta Beta
Beta zoology honorary.
Charter furthers district's public service aims
LEGAL NOTICE
Hew Officers Preside
Newly installed officers were to
preside at a regular meeting *
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Center. 6438 SW 8th st.. Thursday.
Mrs. Martin Roth, member of UK
Quakerbridge study group, was io
address the members on "The Long-
evity and Short of It"
Mrs. Nathan Berman is newly
elected president of the Sisterhood
J. JERRY SCHECHTfcR
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announces
THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES AT
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David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Bockner. of 644 Jeffer-
son ave., Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning at Congregation
Beth Jacob. Rabbi Tibor Stern
will officiate, and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant
the liturgy. David attends
seventh grade at Miami
Beach High School.
Carl, son of Mrs. Shirley
Sugarman. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Saturday morning
services of Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Carl is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus and
attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school.
MelviN Rubin to- X
Be Bar Mitzvah
Melvin. son of Mr. and Mrs Jack
Rubin. 3410 SW 16th Mr., will be-
come Bar .Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, .tune 15, at Zamora Jewish
Center. Rabbi B. Loon Hurwitz
and Cantor Rudolph Brill will of-
ficiate.
Melvin is an eighth grade student
;it Shenando.ih Junior High Schoel,
wbtM ha il an honor roll student.
citizenship chairman of hi~ ell
and treasurer of the Youth Guid-
ance An of the seventh and
eighth gran
He also attends Zamora religious
school, where he is president of his
Hebrew and Sunday school clem
[>tioii ill hi^ hunyr, _,w ill be
held a\ the S'tcrjjruz, b>t< I on Sim-.
day Out oflowq guest wijl incluur
Mi ana Mrs Sol Zimmerman, Dr.
and Mrs. Nat Birn and children, Mr.
and Mrs Sidney Rube!. Jacob Ba-
senko. Ben Basenko. well known
director of Voice of Israel and
newt commentator of station
UK VI). and Israel Leiberson. aunts
and uncles, and l.t Marvin Nicho-
MUVIN nun
las. a cousin, alt from New York.
Also attending will be Mrs. Lillie
Gordon and daughter, Irene, of De-
troit; and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkle-
stein. of North Bergen. N.J.
Bernard William, son of
and Mrs. Samuel Gertnr .
Collins Island, Miami Bead
became Bar Mitzvah at T
pie Beth Sholom Saturi
morning. June 8. Rabbi 1
Kronish officiated.
The Story Behind an Assassinatk
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Mandel, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El Saturday morning, June
15. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
officiate. Robert is a seventh
grade student at Nautilus and
attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school.
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Cogan. 817 Surfside
blvd., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. June
15, at North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will officiate. Bruce is a
student in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.

Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Haas, 7925 Haw-
thorne ave., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
June 15, at North Shore Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate.
Bruce is a student in religious
school of Center and attends
Biscayne Elementary.
Peter Duchon. 819 SW 25th
rd.. will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, June 15, at Miami
Hebrew School and Congre-
gation. Rabbi Simon April
will officiate. Howard is vice
president of junior congrega-
tion and a Boy Scout. He at-
tends Shenandoah Junior
High.
Barbecue Party Saturday
B'nai B'nth Social Council, or-
ganized a year ago for unattached
men and women, will hold its first
splash barbecue party at Monterey
motel Saturday evening.
low Offices Moved
Bernard B. Weksler this week an-
nounced the removal of his offices
for the practice of law to Suite 309,
Industrial Bank bldg., 25 West
Flagler st, Miami.
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Jerusalem
The Israel version of G. K. Ches-
terton's delightful book, "The Man
Who Was Thursday." seemed to
[coma to life in the Tel Aviv court-
room where recently the prelimin-
ary hearings started against those
charged with the murder of Dr.
Kastner. a newspaperman and for-
mer leader of Hungarian Jewry.
In the Chesterton story, the he-
rocs belonged to an anarchist un-
derground organization, the "So-
ciety of Days," the peculiarity of
which was that each of its members.
unknown to the others, was actually
a police' undereovcr agent inform-
ing on the rest. Something of that
sort seemed to develop in the Tel
Aviv courtroom whenwith a non-
chalance hardly imaginablesome-
of the witnesses, desc-ibed as mem-
bers of a terrorist organization.
were also readily identified as be-
longing or having belonged to the
'Shin Bet," short for "Sherut Bit-
anon" the government "security
service."
The appropriations for the Se-
curity Service never appear in the
budgets submitted to parliament;
its tasks have never been clearly
understood And though practically
, everybody knew there was such a
thing as "Shin-Bet." officially it
Dm existed. Anyway, not until
I suddenly appeared in the lime
light of the Kastner murder trial.
What the prosecution wants to
establish in the hearing is that
Zeev Eckstein, charged with firing!
the shots that killed Dr. Kastner the
night of Mar 3. belonged to a broad
Ad dangerous underground organi-
zaUon, and that the murder had po-
litical motive*, it developed, how-
ever,, that Eckstein WSJ aJsfl work-
ing for the Security Service inform-
ing on the underground He sllp
SOSSdJy received insturctions to kill
KUtntr from Yosef .Menkes. ,n.
Other alleged member of the "un-
dergroaad" According to Eck-
stein'. al|,.,.(.,| .onf.-.-ion to the po- i
lice Menkes told him that the Sinai
withdrawal atmosphere was "the
riuhtt.me to strike" Why Kastner '
shotild be the "suitable" object to
start with was not explained to Eck
Mem or to the court, so far.
B..n?nkpt*,h a"e*edly *
fnr .h uU'm> PrV,ded a" ''b
[or the night of the murder Yaa
jkovHer,,,,. who,, supposed to be
the leader of the "underground"
'was not charged with beingVectly
implicated in the murder and the
t.te is seeking bring him ,
trial only for belonging to a terror-
1st organization.
The organization, according to
the prosecution, planned some
spectacular assassinations. On the
BJ were, reportedly. UN Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold. Pres-
dent Eisenhowers Special Ambas-
dor Eric Johnston and other per-
sonalities. Fortunately, however
the police seemed to be always one
step ahead of the would-be terror-
ists and gave the visitors sufficient
protection to prevent the assassins
from getting near them. On at
least one occasion, during a certain
political crisis, the police simply
detained for investigation a chief
suspect until the danger passed.
A series of roblieries was also
planned to finance the activities of
the terrorist organization. But.
somehow, at the last moment, there
were always unexpected passers-by
to frustrate the plans. ("Had they
looked a little closer, they might
have identified the police boots on
the passer bys' feet." the Jerusalem
Post commented laconically.)
Obviously, the police and the
security service kept a close tab on
the "underground": At least one
of the three top men listed, the al-
leged murderer himself, worked for
the security service. (Which claim-
ed that it severed all contact with
Eckstein six months before the as-
sassination.) Eckstein reportedly
volunteered his services to the se-
curity service and was paid off for
each tip he reported The service,
in 1959. "infiltrated" one of its reg-
ular officers into the "under-
ground."
Menkes. according to testimony,
was under constant police surveil-
lance, to the extent that the police
followed him and investigated peo-
ple with whom he was in contact.
Heruti. the alleged leader, was also
under police surveillance, being on
parole after serving two of the 12-
year sentence he received in mili-
tary court for involvement in a
somewhat amateurish and rather
ineffective bombing plot.
Everybody being so nicely watch-
ed by the police Eckstein was I
picked up the day after the Kastner
assassination Israelis could not
help but ask themselves one
tion: how then, did it happen 1
they did not prevent Kastnerl
sassination? How was it that!
police or the security sen-icef
not alerted when Eckstein
several night walks around
Bar's house' Either those
should have note) this fact
very negligent, or Kcksteinadn
was not "shadowed That
seems strange, if Eckatatl nj
severed his tie. with the secy
service which evidently keen
his continued membership
"terrorist organization."
Or was the severance of tiei
tween Eckstein and the seen
service not as clear-cut a- it fa i
presented?
After the initial surprise.
Israelis probably realized lhatj
this modern world of our
every government, democrat
totalitarian, uses -ecret servid
Israel cannot be an exception.
accepting this fact, Israelis in
diately had another question:
effective can this Israeli outfit]
facing come well organized ilk
group, if it could not prevent i
der by a small amateurish
in which it has its well establi
undercover agents'"
And in all the criticism ka|
cism or sarcasm, b) which the |
covery by the secret ervice
lowed by the public, one imp
fact seems to haw been entil
lost sight of: that the secret
vice, besides infiltrating and i
times overcrowding the ranksj
would-be conspirators, also
highly efficient professionals
gaged in genuine and vital wori
combating foreign espionage,
planting of foreign ageati in
and protecting II"' secrecy ol
itary and diplomatic informati"
Party-time at Sossins' Blackstone hotel saw hoats Mr. and_
Michael Sosain (left) greeting long-time friends Miami d~
City Councilman Mel Richard and Mrs. Richard. E**n
first open houae at Blackstone. now under Sossin airecuo
home for senior citizens.


|urc in a scries on
fLng- will be given
rVl Wolf-on Saturday
am*rhe spmoza Outdoor
.uk si n'' 0ccan Ct ..
J L, urr-Klent of the
-E5 foundation and the
'PJC B ad t Health and
[jjnng
fundXMC
Is as Survey
in Miami
(or Dade county's
fcl jpread rapidly this
L ^ighborhood civic work-
lire called upon constantly
tands throuuh house-to-
ition at different times
the year.
of 500 neighborhood
h beint; organized imme-
wnev 7500 neighbor-
uses with the idea of
one campaign for all
[duritablc. health, welfare
purp"
n o the survey is Mr*.
itrrlin, one of two woman
| to the board of directors
i Unittd Fund.
ilivlin and a group of 40
Abner Bregman,
NEW YORK ,jTA)
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Paul Kwitney, of 4225 Royal
Palm avo.. is among June,
1957 graduates of University
of Miami 1cm school. Kwii-
rmy is an instructor in Hebrew
at Temple Emanu-El religious
school and youth activities
advisor and member of exec-
utive board of Temple Emanu-
El Young Adults.
Jrrgmsn. 53. preside'nT of UrS
Rta Service, died Monday at his
J=IVVheIMalllsfollowinga
Mr. Bregman was a world leader!
n Jewish relief, rescue and reset-i
'nr Trk 0n My "hewas!
pmeltted with a scroll of honor a.
testimonial dinner in recognition
of Wj more than two decades of
outstanding service to United HIAS
jJoint Distribution Committee and
united Jewish Appeal.
In 1935 when events in Ger-
mny presented world jtwry
with challenging refuse prob
lm. Mr. Bregmin joined Hit
board of directors of JOC. Ht
was elected associate treasurer
of JDC i 1T37. Later, ho was
one of the founders of the United
Jewuh Appeal of Greater New
York.
Dmtto
In 1950 he was elected to the
board of United Service for New
; Americans In 1954 when USNA
was merged with Hias and the im-
migration department of JDC to
form United Hias. he joined the
, board of directors. Last February.
he was elected president of United
| Hias.
A major in the U.S. Army Air
Circuit Court Judge Ray H. Pear- Force during World War II. Mr.
Judge Pearson Will
Head UM Alumni
son has been elected president o." Bregman was considered a top lrarl-
don i uneral Home, with burial In Mi.
N.tn, Cemetery,
MRS. STELLA WINFIELD
119 Cm tin pkwy., died June 6
iirVm Miami Beach, H.aleah, j the University of Miami General er in Jewish philanthropic e'ndcav- c^^pki*'1!?"*tt 'Xi, ',". "
lUMe- North Miami and Alumni Assn., according to Carl ors. Until the last day of his life ,,ve Kf Burvlvora Include a dough-
,,, tor, Mre. FYances Wyman four bro-
Mr lire-man continued to guide then, Louis. Lawrence. Ben and Sam:
the agency, despite his illness.
[locales will IaP ,ne '-SOO r'icn. UM coordinator of alumni
en a> Business Sponsors affsirs and alumni secretary
Hind No gifts will | Elected by a mail ballot sent to
|during the >urvey, and 35000 alumni and former students,
I women who can give one,Judge pearson succeeds Patrick J.
sarano as head of the alumni
group. A past president of the
Junior Division of the Dade County
Bar Assn., Judge Pearson has also
served as president of the I'M Law
Alumni and is a former Student
Body Government president.
to call United
m fr a 7704.
Fund
ii Exec Listed
lal Treasurer
itional conference of the
I Council on Jewish Educa-
I in Atlantic City May 27.
warUman executive di-
the Miami Bureau of
\Education. uj> elected na-
J treasurer.
remains *ti the
committee of tho Ha-
ICeencil and is also a mom-
the National personnel
1 of the Council.
I president of the Nations'
Hillel Henkin, executive
r of the New Haven Bureau
Education
Holding office with Judge Pear-
son will bo Mallory Norton, Mi-
ami lawyer, first vice president;
William C. Hartnett, Corel Gables
businessman, second vice presi-
dent; Beatrice Smith Orr, alumni
secretary; and Jerome Blank, Mi-
ami businessman, treasurer.
All officers will serve one-year;
terms. New members of the board
of directors elected for two-year |rwin dreeman
terms are Edward Dunn. Dr. Caro- |; of -- NW ,;,,, .. ,, jU j.
ABRAHAM GREENBLATT
1 kvi dli .1 1 mi I
1 hrner .' ., Miami Be 1 h barbei shop,
he n membei ol the Miami 1
.' iml a .1. h Post
IJ, Amerl -. i- 1
i>\ in wife, 1 :' '"ii: :,-.. Leon,
R Rl.......111 .iml Elliott
: i seven g
in
rdoi I .' I 1 'ha el, with
I.ill tal 111 St.i: .if David
IRVING LEVINE
I 773 Dade blvd died June 1
he ;* ;i 1 ealdi nl
yean H( leave hla wile,
1 ;-i. 11. .1 ion, k. nurd, two da
h) M. 1 >on ilil .mil MIm
J.i.in Bxtani an a aistoi and !
1 in. :. uiih burial in
Mi sinal Ci n etei 1
MRS SALLY B. ZACKS
I 68, i.f 1'iC" BUelld an d .1
. huiban I, Ha rlii
.111O '
a ere .1 me 1 ..' Rivet 1 d< -Beai !i
Mi n 1 il Chanel, with burial in ML
S',-Ii 1
lour nisiers, Mra Winnie <; trick, Mre.
Jennie K kes, Mi ftoae Lin ler, and
Mm. Kitty Lewie; and two grandchild-
ren. Services were June at tlordon
.I Home, with burial in Mi. Neon
Cemetei).
line Banks Hunter. Helen Putnam ,,,,.,, Xl&d.
Ktchefski, Stuart A. Patton, Jane JJ ,.,,M. ,,, Ann; brottu 1
_ ____. a J 1 i....., ui.l'ii
A
aur-
laush-
11.1 a
Wood Reno. Dr Walter Sackett. and
Ruth Under Sutton. Elected for
one-year terms were the Rev. Lloyd
Whyte and William H. Kerdyk.
HARRIS NANKIN
91, ..f Ft. Lnuderdale, die I J me A
al ntercha ndlaer w bo came
to Miami in lfJ, h.- waa a chertei
member .i the Jewish Home for the
Aged and the Beth Jacob Synagogue,
and a Maaon Sanivlng are three aolta,
1 the Nankin Bhoe Bto
M M wh and Mon la; two
da ighte i>, Mi Hun 1 ledlander and
Mi I vi- Bklai ; eight gran lei
and eight gre t- antchfldren Bervlcea
.:,- June 1, with burial in the family
plot in w.....Ilawn Memorial Cemetery,
MRS. RITA ADAM
r.T, of KM Washington '. died June
1. \ realdenl here ti% years, abe has
I,,, 1,,. aft a Jane
; ni Rtvi -i .. w a. h Memorial Chapel.
CHARLES FRANKEL
71, cif ?"." .! t died .lune in
Birmingham, Ala, A retired apart-
ment ownei. he came to Miami 1
in v,,i 11 Birmingham. Where
ihe ..vi nei of an iron and metal
compnn] Born in Lods, I'nlund. he
uf Ihi- .Miami
\|i.irtm. ni v.-.-ii and the Elka i^rtB-'
of Miami Beai It. Surviving are hi-
H j.,. -.,, ,h a brotnar, Ra hmlel; a
daughter, Mra. Jullua Bloometon; and
1 1 Ke Vleee and burial w. r.-
June 7 In liirmingham.
Woman's Coordinator Named
Sara Winsborough, well known
interior decorator and color con-
sultant, has been appointed wo-
man's coordinator' for the new
Sunny Isles Shopping Center at
181st st. and Collins ave., it has
been announced by J. A. Cantor
Associates, Inc.. builders. Mrs.
Winsborough will advise and assist
shop owners to plan interior decor
and displays that will be especially
attractive to women.______________
ton, of Miami Beach. 8a
1,11 al were In New fork, with Rivei -
aldi Beach Mem..rial chapel in charge
1 allKemenlH Ideally.
MRS. CLARA LECHMAN
",:;, ..f 1341 K.tii St., iii.-'i June
Idenl here eight yearn, she wai a
member of Sholom Chapter, Hada
t'urvlvi rs Include her hn^liand, Ar-
1 daughter, Mra, Herbert Commj
two sletere, Mra, Betty Moaer and
Mi-. Mania Borosky; her granrlnmiher
..ni ih..... grandchildren. Bervlcea
were June in at Riverside-Beach Me-
morial chapel, with burial In Mt. Blob!
i Vaietcl> .
MRS. ANN SCHAFFER
to. of iv'.t Meridian ave., died JuM s-
sii. came here two years ago from New
York. servircM and bunal were in
N.w Tort, wiih Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel in charge "f local ar-
laimemenls.
Wonders of the World'Will
End Run on Beach in Six Weeks
M II \ni. tWO
. and
twu brothers,
t* official*; Ui'dnesday an-
Ithat ihe i inerama spectac-
"S-en Wonden f the
now appearini at the
rJt Theatn on Miami Beach.
'< its run on July 20. after
of continuous perform-
I you like
Bndsf-
from
' fly tinder the
(In to Rio for a
If you're the stay-at-home type,
Lowell Thomas has done it all for
you. Thomas has made a 200,003-
mile round-the-world trip, and re-
turned to this country with the
Cinerama adventure, "Seven
Wonders of the World."
Su. if you like flyins under
bridges, chorus line-, ancient ruins,
runaway trains, and live volcanoes
wimai \i-it Japan and an(1 sjnct> lni. Rooseveil I nerama
rrettici chorus line in Tnea,rt. ,s the only theatre in the
a tP.,i row seat t j state of F|orlda which can or Will
a rhc.itn.? if you en-shGW -seven Wonders ol tm
Wty. would you mind aarp-i-i" reaidenta and tourists alike
e beautiful Cambodian | n, have |heir u>t opportunity to
wrm among the historic ke thl, spectacular adventure into
"i ;';,,U' f Angkr the realm of entertainment h.storj
attfcink tw.ee about tak- *"" an inexpen-.vc ticket
n a runaway train in
Van Mountains. And no-
lnobod> would like to fly
|w active \olcano.
DAVID FRIEDMAN
. NU -Iih ler., died I
he arai a
resldenl he irvlvlni are
hla arlfe, Ub a son,
M Shlrle>
. al I ''"
; .i-
___
MRS ROSE KAHN
f 1111 Mei dl i ""; ':
' CIU
.band, ..Samuel: two m
\
in rhari ocaiiy.

MRS. YETTA TAUF
- of SM .-u I'U. -11 a., ii ed inn I N
resident here 10 years, she la n j;e I
l two daughters, Mra Sarah /.
an.i Mrs. uertrude Roaenthal^and two
B I :i '"
don Funeral Home, with burial In all
\VI, l '. ni. 1.-' j.
HARRY DEICHMAN
it ,.f ISC 11. ean iir., died June I *
a Ideni hi n
ii. leaven his wife Sophl; ; a
son, lliuliad '< '-"'-
ti M.r.. an i Bar-
I were In New '".
with II hat""
In harge ol ks I an
MARION FRACKMAN
led Jtint An aid' '"
BUILDER'S SACRIFICE
Heart of exclusive estate area.
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7210 Red Road South Miami
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7210 Rii Road South Miami
Phone MO 7-2568
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In keeping with our high standards of quality, we
select only the finest live chicks from the North to be
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